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Late 20th century Patrick Mavros silver Leopard.
Late 20th century Patrick Mavros silver Zebra.
Late 20th century Patrick Mavros silver Ground Hornbill.
Late 20th century Patrick Mavros silver Fish Eagle.
Late 20th century Patrick Mavros silver Mongoose and Cobra.
Rare Cape Silver (silver gilt) hairpin by Thomas Lock Townsend, circa 1815- 1849.
Late 20th century Patrick Mavros silver Rhino signed with his initials PM.
Chinese export silver buckle embossed with Dragons chasing the flaming pearl by Luen Wo, Shanghai circa 1885- 1920.
Russian ‘84’ silver pendant marked for Kostroma 1899-1905.
Russian ‘84’ silver pendant marked for Kiev 1880-1890.
Set of 8 Russian ‘84’ silver and niello spoons, dated Moscow 1880.
Edwardian silver novelty ‘Have a Nightcap’ tot cup marked for Birmingham 1907, with a registered design number-RD No 490339 by John Charles Grinsell.
Victorian novelty silver and enamel telescopic propelling pencil in the form of a Champagne bottle marked ‘Perrier- Jouët & Co. A. Epernay Champaign’ by Sampson Mordan & Co.
Edwardian silver topped perfume bottle marked for Birmingham 1903, embossed with a Reynolds Angel by Henry Matthews.
18th century Dutch silver miniature Billiard table with two original cues by Arnoldus van Geffen, marked for Amsterdam 1738.
A pair of George IV silver candle snuffers marked for London 1823 and engraved with the Royal Crest of the Duke of York by Thomas Radcliffe.
Pair of Elizabeth II silver three light candelabra in the Art Deco style marked for Sheffield 1956 by Mappin & Webb.
Indian silver salver with cast and pierced border, embossed with animals, made in Cutch (Bhuj). Circa 1890.
Cape silver and steel buckle by Gerhardus Lotter, Circa 1810- 1824.
A set of 12 Cape silver tablespoons by Lodewyk Beck, Circa 1847-1867.
An unusual French mechanical steel corkscrew of Bivalent shaft and crab piece type, Circa 1920.
An English straight pull ‘Holborn Signet’ corkscrew, Circa 1877.
George III silver milk jug marked for London 1810 by Duncan Urquhart & Naphtali Hart.
Early 20th century American sterling silver posy holder marked on both sides ‘STERLING’.
Cased Victorian silver Castletop card case marked for Birmingham 1848, showing ‘NEW HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT’ by Taylor & Perry probably commemorating the completion of the Lords Chamber in 1847.
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 silver pocket watch marked for Chester 1894 by ‘THOS RUSSELL & SON 88125’
Mid-19th century English cast brass, hand engraved sundial.
Late 19th century English brass Spittoon.
Russian ‘88- zolotnik’ silver Beaker / Vase by Carl Fabergé, Moscow, Circa 1908- 1926 with scratched inventory number: 32275 to the base.
Late 19th century English Nine carat gold brooch made to commemorate the discovery of Gold in South Africa. This example inscribed ‘SOUTH AFRICA’ and marked ‘9CT’ to the back.
Set of four William IV silver wine coasters marked for Sheffield 1836 by Creswick & Co.