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An early 19th century French gilt bronze and marble mantle clock surmounted with a bronze bust signed ‘Marin’ for Joseph-Charles Marin, French sculptor (1759-1834).
An early 19th century French gilt bronze and ormolu ‘Urn’ mantle clock by ‘Bienayme Fils’.
Late 19th century English walnut cased mantle clock, surmounted with a spelter bust, signed W. Davis & Sons, London’.
Victorian silver trophy cup marked for London 1873, with central ‘Atlas’ figure by Richards & Brown.
Art Deco silver christening cup marked for Birmingham 1934 by Charles S Green & Co Ltd.
Art Deco silver sugar spoon marked for London 1930 by H.G. Murphy.
Arts & Crafts silver beaker marked for Birmingham 1922 by Albert Edward Jones.
Victorian silver mounted porcelain scent bottle marked for Birmingham 1900, the silver by Henry Bushell & Co and the Porcelain by Lock & Co.
Victorian silver crimped rim sugar dish marked for London 1884 showing the influence of Christopher Dresser by Hukin & Heath.
Art Deco silver trophy marked for Birmingham 1939 by C T Burrows & Sons.
Victorian silver sweet dish marked for London 1894 by John Aldwinckle & Thomas Slater.
Art Deco silver gravy boat marked for Sheffield 1940 by Stower & Wragg Ltd.
Victorian silver milk jug marked for Chester 1900 by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes.
Art Deco silver beer mug marked for Sheffield 1946 by H. Fisher & Co.
Victorian silver sweet basket marked for Sheffield 1897 by James Dixon & Sons Ltd.
Early 20th century American sterling silver posy holder marked on both sides ‘STERLING’.
Art Deco silver rose bowl marked for Birmingham 1927 by Alexander Clark & Co Ltd.
Arts & Crafts silver caddy spoon marked for Birmingham 1918 by Albert Edward Jones.
Scottish Provincial silver mounted deer hoof inkwell by Ferguson and Macbean of Inverness with hallmarks for Edinburgh 1891.
Victorian silver tazza marked for Birmingham 1884 by Elkington & Co.
Russian ‘84’ silver Ethrog box marked for Moscow 1908-1917 by Vasily Pulyartky.
Russian silver trompe l’oeil tea glass holder with a basket weave pattern probably by Alexander Stromov (1865-1875). Marked for St. Petersburg 1880 by an unknown Assay master 1877-1891.
Victorian cast silver christening set in original case marked for London 1858 by Francis Higgins II.
Pair of Victorian silver sweet dishes with a nautical theme marked for Sheffield 1892 by Atkin Brothers.
Five piece Scottish Victorian silver tea service in the Indian style marked for Glasgow 1871, 1888 and 1898 by James Murray.
Pair of Victorian cast silver dessert stands marked for London 1864 /1879 by Robert Garrard II.
William IV silver tea pot marked for London 1831 by Paul Storr.
Art Deco sterling silver, single wheel Dunhill watch lighter. The watch signed ‘DUNHILL FAB. SUISSE’ and the case ‘ALFRED DUNHILL PARIS PAT. NO.143752’.
Pair of small Edwardian cast silver candlesticks marked for London 1907 by George Fox.
Edwardian novelty silver letter opener marked for London 1903 in the form of an Indian kukri by Edwin Henry Watts.
A French Napoleon III (1852-1870) parcel-gilt and patinated bronze figural mantel clock cast from the model by Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse (1824-1887).
A carved stone pendant marking the Rand Rebellion, an armed uprising of white miners in the Witwatersrand in 1922. Inscribed to the front ‘F. Hiles’ alongside an applied red glass bead and on the back ‘Red Revolt 1922’.
Art Deco silver and enamel travelling strut clock marked for Birmingham 1926 by Walker & Hall (overstriking another maker).