Steel bronzed copy of the Wulfuna- Circa 1900.
Small oval 19th century copper jelly mould by Benham & Froud.
Mid-20th century eight-day crystal, bronze and marble table clock with Swiss movement by Hahn Landeron, numbered 7032.
Austro-Hungarian ‘800’ silver, horses’ heads cigar cutter with marks for 1886 – 1922.
Indian Colonial silver mug by Charles Nephew & Co. Circa 1860.
Cape silver salt spoon by John Townsend. Circa 1825- New mark variant.
Dutch silver box with makers mark for J. Van Dijk of Leeuwarden- Circa 1724.
Silver salver marked for Sheffield 1907 with South African Masonic inscription.
Portuguese silver toothpick holder marked ‘VILLACA’ on the base. Probably by Custodio Martins Vilaça, Porto, circa 1820.
Mid-20th century South African brass mortar & pestle by ‘DUNDEE BRASS FOUNDRY, DUNDEE, NATAL, SA’
Edwardian silver cake knife with mother of pearl handle markled for Sheffield 1909 by E L Thompson & Co.
Arts & Crafts silver dish, London 1913 by Wilson & Gill.
Four finger pull corkscrew with cap lifter on the handle- Circa 1900.
Cape copper mug by Frederik Johannes Staal- Circa 1900.
Cased set of six Art Nouveau Continental sterling silver buttons with Import marks for London 1906 and Sponsors mark for Fredericks Ltd.
Silver mounted mazer bowl by Albert Edward Jones.
Silver cased lighter marked for London 1945 by LB& Co.
Arts & Crafts silver five piece cruet- London 1937.
Silver Dunhill lighter by Alfred Dunhill & Sons marked for London 1951.
French sterling ‘950’ silver cup by Jean Després. This piece with the J. Després signature to the base. Circa 1960.
Kalahari Studio charger, Circa 1955.
Minton Majolica tureen- Circa 1870.
Cape Silver snuffbox by Lawrence Twentyman, bearing two sets of makers marks in different sizes. Circa 1825.
Cape copper tart pan by Thomas & Benjamin Lawton- Circa 1863 -1891.
Chinese export silver serviette ring by Leeching. Active Canton, Shanghai and Hong Kong. Circa 1840-1880.
Victorian silver milk jug marked for London 1877 by Robert Garrard.
Victorian cast silver Gin decanter label marked for London 1869 by Henry William Dee.
Victorian silver olive spoon marked for London 1888 by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co.
Russian ‘88- zolotnik’ silver Beaker / Vase by Carl Fabergé, Moscow, Circa 1908- 1926 with scratched inventory number: 32275 to the base.
Victorian silver scent bottle marked for London 1887 by Sampson Mordan.
Victorian silver tot measure- London 1891.
Late 19th century English brass Spittoon.
Chinese export silver cup mounted with a dragon chasing the flaming pearl. Circa 1900.
German ‘Hercules’ type corkscrew marked ‘Bacchus– Reform DRGM’- Circa 1920.
Art Nouveau silver dressing table tray marked for Chester 1903 with an impressed Registered Design number: 412167, by William Neale & Sons.
Rare pair of Cape silver basting spoons by Lawrence Twentyman, circa 1820-1846.
Pair of Victorian silver chamber candlesticks by Paul Storr marked for London 1838.
Dutch silver tray made in Amsterdam 1734 by Otto Knoop (1730-1742).
Small 19th century English copper jelly mould.
George V silver tastevin marked for London 1932 by C J Vander Ltd.
George III silver elephant decanter label- London 1814.
Irish silver tea pot- Dublin 1853.
A mid-18th century brass sauceboat of silver form with contemporary crest to the side.
Cape silver meat skewer by Lodewyk Beck. Circa 1850.
Cape silver Konvyt fork with tubular handle by Daniel Beets. Circa 1820.
Silver five vase epergne- Birmingham 1910.
An English Art Nouveau bronzed metal frog candlestick retailed by Liberty & Co. Circa 1900.
Pair of Swedish ‘830’ silver three light candelabra, dated 1946/1947 by W.A. Bolin.
An English corkscrew known as ‘The King’- Circa 1915.
Liberty & Co. ‘Tudric bowl’ designed by Archibald Knox.
Moorcroft vase ‘Leaf and Fruit’ pattern by Walter Moorcroft. Circa 1945- 1949.
Pair of Victorian silver wine coasters marked for London 1854 by Charles Fox.
Cape copper mug by Hendrik Penderis, Worcester circa 1920.
Rene Lalique ‘Ondines’ plate, circa 1925.
Doulton Lambeth Earthenware Boer War Jug- Circa 1900.
George IV silver wine funnel marked for London 1825 by Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard I.
Victorian silver Epergne marked for Sheffield 1898.
A steel open frame corkscrew- Circa 1890.
Art Deco silver cocktail shaker marked for Sheffield 1934 by James Dixon & Sons Ltd.
Walker bell cap corkscrew- Circa 1890.
A mid-19th century French gilt bronze and ormolu figural mantel clock by Raingo Frere, Paris serial number 1503. The dial marked for the retailer Martin Baskett, Paris.
Chinese Export silver pierced bowl. Marked with a Chinese makers mark on the base. Circa 1890.
George III silver wine funnel marked for London 1816 by Charles Fox I.
Haff straight pull corkscrew- Circa 1884.
Art Deco Continental silver and enamel cigarette case- Import marks for Birmingham 1930.
Pair of English silver Sabbath candlesticks, London 1920 by Joseph Zweig.
Victorian cast silver christening set in original case marked for London 1858 by Francis Higgins II.
English brass “Half Gallon” measure by Potter, Poultry of London, circa 1880.
Victorian silver basket, London 1843 by James Charles Edington.
Indian silver goblet in the “Coriander flower pattern” Lucknow. Circa 1870.
Rene Lalique ‘TOURNAI’ vase, Circa 1930.
George III silver tea pot and original stand marked for London 1799 by John Emes.
Cape silver Konvyt fork by Carel David Lotter. Circa 1815.
Victorian novelty silver mounted folding scissors marked for London 1883 by Louis Dee.
Three finger straight pull English corkscrew- Circa 1922.
Edwardian silver toast rack marked for London 1902 by Hukin & Heath.
An English straight pull corkscrew- Circa 1890.
Pair of Arts & Crafts silver candlesticks by AE Jones- Birmingham 1910.
Victorian novelty silver jelly mould in the form of a Japanese Noh mask marked for London 1882 by Louis Dee.
Victorian silver and cut glass Claret jug, London 1900 by Hukin & Heath.
A late nineteenth century French engraved gilt-brass striking and repeating carriage clock with alarm.
Victorian silver Communion service marked for London 1867 by John Keith.
Victorian silver mounted porcelain scent bottle marked for Birmingham 1900, the silver by Henry Bushell & Co and the Porcelain by Lock & Co.
Late 19th century Italian bronze Oil lamp.
Pair of Georg Jensen ‘925’ silver candelabra No 278 designed by Harald Nielsen. Post 1945.
Pair of William IV silver asparagus tongs marked for London 1833 by William Chawner II.
Art Deco silver hip flask marked for Birmingham 1939 by Adie Brothers.
Edwardian silver four vase and sweet dish epergne, London 1903 by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths.
Edwardian silver card case with nine carat gold mounts, Birmingham 1906 by Smith & Bartlam.
Steel mechanical corkscrew known as the “Bodega”- Circa 1905.
Rene Lalique ‘SANGLIER’ car mascot, Circa 1940.
Silver mounted, shagreen covered wooden stud box attributed to John Paul Cooper (1869-1933)
Georg Jensen ‘925’ silver beaker- Circa 1945.
Cape silver fish slice by Lawrence Twentyman, circa 1820-1846.
Victorian silver and enamel ticket vesta case- London 1887.
Silver gilt and enamel Masonic Founders jewel marked for London 1906, for the Mendelssohn Lodge No 3142, enameled ‘Sydney Vaal River Estate’.
Rodgers & Sons straight pull corkscrew- Circa 1880.
Mid-19th century English cast brass, hand engraved sundial.
Russian carved cameo. Circa 1895 in later presentation box.
Rene Lalique ‘HERBLAY 10-881’ vase, Circa 1935.
Victorian silver cow creamer marked for London 1899 by Maurice Freeman.
English novelty silver ‘Dutch doll’ sugar tongs- London 1922.
Arts & Crafts silver caddy spoon marked for Birmingham 1918 by Albert Edward Jones.
Novelty silver bell marked for Birmingham 1921, with lady’s legs clappers by Saunders & Shepherd.
Arts & Crafts silver serviette ring marked for London 1913 by Omar Ramsden & Alwyn Carr.
An Italian steel open barrel frame corkscrew- Circa 1890.
Lalique ‘Oleron’ vase number 1008, Circa 1930.
Portrait of a Lady- attributed to either Thomas Hudson (1701–1779) or Allan Ramsay (1713–1784)
English brass “Standard Gallon” measure by Potter, Poultry of London, circa 1880.
Steel two finger straight pull corkscrew- Circa 1920.
George III silver dish cross- London 1764.
Novelty silver and enamel ‘Dutch doll’ sugar tongs marked for London 1933 by Cohen & Charles.
A German Art Nouveau silver plated fish platter by Metallwarenfabrik F.X. Dautzenberg. Circa 1900.
Moorcroft vase ‘Freesia’ pattern by Walter Moorcroft. Circa 1954- 1978.
Pair of Victorian silver knife rests- Sheffield 1896.
George V silver and cut glass Claret Jug marked for Birmingham 1910, engraved with a scene in the manner of Thomas Landseers “Monkeyana.”
Art Deco silver tea service- Birmingham 1946.
Rare pair of Cape silver salad servers by Lawrence Twentyman, circa 1820-1846.
Pair of George V silver candlesticks, Sheffield 1913 by George Edward & Sons.
Austro-Hungarian ‘800’ silver fox head cigar cutter with marks for 1886 – 1922.
George III silver seven light, figural candelabra, London 1806 by Joseph Preedy.
Rare Queen Anne Scottish silver Quaich made in Glasgow 1705, probably by Robert Brock (1673-).
Cape brass mug by Frederik Johannes Staal, dated 1927, Robertson.
Rene Lalique ‘RUBANS No 3690’ tray. Circa 1936.
Cape silver double beaker in the form of a wine barrel by Lawrence Twentyman, Circa 1825, set with two Dutch ‘silver rider’ ducatons.
Art Deco silver and enamel travelling strut clock marked for Birmingham 1926 by Walker & Hall (overstriking another maker).
George V silver ‘Warwick vase’ shaped wine cooler / rose bowl, Sheffield 1923 by Atkin Brothers.
George V silver presentation spade marked for Sheffield 1935 by Mappin & Webb.
Cape silver basting spoon by Joseph Ince. Circa 1825.
George III Silver tray by Nathaniel Smith & Co. made in Sheffield 1807
Clarice Cliff ‘Jonquil’ clog, Circa 1930.
Four piece Victorian silver tea service, London 1875 by Thomas Bradbury & Sons.
Elizabeth II silver stirrup cup with riding whip handle marked for Birmingham 1967 by Deakin & Francis Ltd.
Silver mounted penknife by Henry William Dee, London 1872.
Pair of Arts & Crafts silver salts marked for London 1938 by Omar Ramsden.
Cape copper kettel by F.J. Staal dated 1901.
George IV silver cased knife and fork marked for Birmingham 1827 by George Unite & James Hilliard.
American 14-18 carat gold vesta case or match safe, dated 1870.
Victorian silver cake server- Birmingham 1897.
Laura Fidler- British (1862–1936) Portrait of a young girl with flowers.
Victorian silver swing handled sweet dish marked for London 1886, probably designed by Christopher Dresser, made by Heath & Middleton.
Pair of silver dog knife rests- Sheffield 1911.
Cape brass coffee pot by F. Van As- Circa 1880.
Pair of Victorian cast silver grape scissors marked for London 1887 by John Aldwinckle & Thomas Slater.
Dutch silver cow creamer by Gebruder Niekerk of Groningen, dated 1902.
George III silver pepper castor- London 1787.
Moorcroft vase- ‘Freesia’ pattern by Walter Moorcroft- Circa 1950.
Indian Colonial silver mug- Circa 1890.
Edward VIII silver olive spoon marked for Sheffield 1936 by Joseph Rodgers & Sons.
Victorian silver tazza marked for Birmingham 1884 by Elkington & Co.
Pair of Victorian silver Onslow pattern berry spoons marked for Birmingham 1865 by Elkington & Co.
Nine carat gold half-hunter pocket watch marked for Birmingham 1928 by J. W. Benson London.
George I Britannia Standard silver tobacco box- London 1717.
Edwardian novelty silver letter opener marked for London 1903 in the form of an Indian kukri by Edwin Henry Watts.
R Jones & Son steel ‘eyebrow’ two-finger corkscrew- Circa 1880.
Portuguese silver toothpick holder marked for Porto 1853- 1862 by maker IAP or IAH.
Arts & Crafts silver beaker marked for Birmingham 1922 by Albert Edward Jones.
Silver pepper caster by Sebastion Garrard- London 1922.
Rare Victorian novelty silver sovereign case marked for London 1883 in the form of a Japanese Noh mask by Louis Dee.
Large Victorian silver salver marked for London 1900 by Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd.
Early 20th century French slate cased clock with visible jeweled escapement, Outside countwheel and Brocot suspension.
Large George V silver hip flask marked for Sheffield 1918 by James Dixon & Sons Ltd.
French steel ‘eyebrow’ two-finger corkscrew- Circa 1890.
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).
Pair of Sheffield Plate wine coasters- Circa 1820.
Victorian silver fruit / rose bowl marked for London 1890 by James Wakely & Frank Wheeler.
Arts & Crafts silver beaker marked for London 1911 by the Guild of Handicraft.
George II silver tea caddy, London 1746 by Samuel Taylor.
Pair of George V silver gravy boats marked for London 1925 by Robert Stewart on one and Josiah Williams & Co on the other, probably acting as the retailer.
Edwin Wolverson’s sliding frame ‘Signet’ corkscrew- Circa 1877.
George I Britannia Standard silver tumbler cup- London 1714.
Silver and Mother of Pearl fruit knife and fork marked for Sheffield 1905 by William Neale & Son.
William Burton Bakers double lever corkscrew, the A1- Circa 1880.
Continental Sterling silver and enamel cigarette case marked ‘900’. Circa 1900.
Rare South African Sterling Silver Presentation trowel inscribed ‘Presented to His Excellency The Hon: Sir Walter Francis Hely Hutchinson KCMG, On his laying the foundation Stone of, New Colonial Offices, Pietermaritzburg Mar 1897’
Russian ‘84’ silver Salt Chair by Alexander Fulid (1862-1917) marked for Moscow 1884.
Pair of Georg Jensen ‘925’ Sterling silver candelabra No 855D designed by Sigvard Bernadotte. Circa 1945- 1950.
Rare Victorian silver Blackwells’ Patent hair curler marked for London 1840.
George IV silver three-piece tea set marked for Sheffield 1934/1935 by Walker & Hall.
Victorian silver and cut glass Claret Jug marked for London 1894, by Charles Edwards.
Russian ‘84’ silver folding fruit knife by K.Y. Pyets (1835-1875) marked for Moscow 1861, Assay Master I. Avdyeyev.
Set of 5 late 19th century English brass measures by Warne & Co.
George III silver ‘Beau Brummell’ roundlet corkscrew.
Admiral H.L. Harvey’s British Royal Navy sword, belt and associated documents.
A Scottish silver mounted Highlander’s Dress Dirk ensuite with its matching knife and fork, all set with carved ebony grips in the traditional Celtic weave pattern and mounted with amethyst coloured glass terminals, Circa 1870.
Silver mounted, shagreen covered wooden stud box by John Paul Cooper (1869-1933).
Victorian silver gilt three-piece tea set marked for London 1875 by Henry William Curry.
Art Nouveau silver ewer by Liberty & Co- Birmingham 1901.
Victorian silver milk and sugar basin marked for London 1883 & 1884, showing the influence of Christopher Dresser by Hukin & Heath.
Queen Anne Scottish silver Quaiche by Thomas Kerr- Edinburgh 1702.
Magnificent George IV silver Chafing dish with removable liner marked for London 1827 by Paul Storr in the rococo revival style.
Steel straight pull corkscrew with two cap lifters incorporated into the handle- Circa 1910.
Art Deco silver gravy boat marked for Sheffield 1940 by Stower & Wragg Ltd.
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’.
Late 19th century Indian silver dressing-table box by Oomersi Mawji, Cutch, marked O.M BHUJ.
George III silver pocket folding bow corkscrew- Circa 1770.
George IV silver wine funnel marked for London 1829 by Edward, Edward junior, John & William Barnard.
Rene Lalique ‘Archer’ car mascot, circa 1930.
Edwardian silver and Mother of Pearl handle butter knife marked for Sheffield 1902 by James Deakin & Sons.
South African ‘925’ Sterling silver spoon by Kurt Jobst. Circa 1965.
Victorian silver milk jug marked for Chester 1900 by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes.
Victorian silver toast rack in the style of Christopher Dresser marked for Sheffield 1889 by Walker & Hall (John Edward Bingham).
Silver mounted glass decanter marked for London 1895, showing the influence of Christopher Dresser by Heath & Middleton
Cape copper Tart pan by F Van As- Circa 1880.
Pair of silver Sabbath candlesticks marked for London 1931 by Moshe Rubin.
American Sterling silver sovereign case by Tiffany & Co, embossed ‘Rosina Clay 8th October 1888’
An early 19th century silver brandy warmer with possible newly recorded Cape marks for Daniel Collinet, Circa 1820.
Silver Arts & Crafts ‘Cymric’ dish by Liberty & Co- Birmingham 1902.
The Challenge corkscrew- Circa 1900.
Early 20th century silver Masonic jewel set with paste diamond- inscribed ‘Caledonian 1046 SC’
Pair of silver Tablespoons, one with Cape silver marks for William Godfried Lotter and the other with marks for CPG. Circa 1820.
Pair of Victorian silver salts showing the influence of Christopher Dresser marked for London 1884 by Hukin & Heath.
Continental ‘935S’ silver and enamel lady’s cigarette case with a horse to the front, Circa 1940.
Pair of Victorian silver gilt serviette rings marked for London 1880 by Charles Edwards.
Kalahari Studio plate, Circa 1955.
F. Bauman, Austrian / German, Mid 19th century, Oil on canvas.
A late 19th century French gilt bronze and porcelain mounted eight-day mantel clock.
Set of six Scottish provincial teaspoons made in Dumfries by Joseph Pearson- Circa 1800.
A pair of German silver gilt and ivory figures- Circa 1907.
Victorian silver crimped rim sugar dish marked for London 1884 showing the influence of Christopher Dresser by Hukin & Heath.
Pair of Edwardian silver menu holders marked for Birmingham 1906, with Australian interest, by Walker & Hall.
Victorian novelty silver cat pepper marked for London 1875 by Robert Hennell.
An important Africana presentation tray to Mrs W. P Schreiner from the Coloured woman of South Africa.
Victorian silver sweet basket, Sheffield 1894 by James Dixon & Sons.
German silver ‘800’ Ethrog container, circa 1900.
George V silver and enamel cigarette case marked for Birmingham 1912, showing the racehorse ‘RUSPER MARYAN’ by Horace Woodward & Co Ltd.
Continental keyless silver Chronograph pocket watch with Import Marks for London, circa 1920 and Sponsors mark for Stockwell & Co.
Cape brass mug by Frederik Johannes Staal- 1922, Robertson.
The Excelsior corkscrew- Circa 1900.
Steel sprung corkscrew with full bell- Circa 1900.
Pair of Victorian silver & cut glass salad servers marked for London 1900 by Mappin Brothers.
Magnificent English brass sundial dated 1898.
An English straight pull corkscrew known as ‘The Twin’- Circa 1880.
Art Deco silver and ivory almond dish by H.G. Murphy- London 1930.
Chinese export silver cup mounted with dragon handles. Marked with a Chinese makers mark on the base. Circa 1920.
Late 19th century Indian silver perfume bottle holder by Oomersi Mawji, Cutch, marked O.M BHUJ.
Cape brass coffee pot by Frederik Johannes Staal dated 1906, Robertson.
Lusina Art Deco silver and enamel folding watch, circa 1930.
Cape silver sauce ladle by Jan Lotter. Circa 1815.
A Rare Transvaal Brass Imperial Half Bushel Measure dated 1889. Inscribed: IMPERIAL HALF BUSHEL, GOVt OF THE TRANSVAAL,1889.
Art deco silver and enamel travelling clock marked for Birmingham 1928 by Henry Matthews.
Nine carat gold Dunhill lighter marked for London 1953 by Alfred Dunhill & Sons.
Moorcroft ‘Wisteria’ dish with Liberty ‘Tudric’ pedestal foot.
Elizabeth II silver five piece tea and coffee set designed by Eric Clements and marked for Sheffield 1966.
Pair of George V silver gravy boats marked for London 1912 by C S Harris & Sons Ltd.
William Moorcroft ‘Late Florian’ design flambe vase- Circa: 1925 – 1930.
Pair of Victorian silver wager cups marked for London 1893 by George Lambert (Lambert & Co)
Pair of Victorian silver candlesticks marked for Sheffield 1838 by William Allanson & Co.
George III silver decanter label by Hester Bateman- Circa 1790.
Pair of Victorian silver sweet dishes with a nautical theme marked for Sheffield 1892 by Atkin Brothers.
Mid-19th century silver plated English ear trumpet by Frederick Rein & Son.
Victorian silver castle top card case showing Balmoral Castle, Scotland by Nathaniel Mills- Birmingham 1849.
South African ‘925’ Sterling silver table lighter by Kurt Jobst, Circa 1965.
Silver presentation salver marked for Birmingham 1971, Presented to Paramount Chief Kaiser Daliwonga Matanzima by Sir Alec Douglas-Home by Asprey & Co Ltd.
‘Tudric’ pewter jug designed by Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co. Circa 1904. Registered Design number- 427010.
John Mogford R. I. British (1821-1885)-Lynmouth
Victorian silver sweet basket marked for Sheffield 1897 by James Dixon & Sons Ltd.
Three piece Chinese silver tea service- Circa 1860
A mid-19th century French 8-day Tortoiseshell mounted mantle clock with gilt bronze mounts in the Louis XV style.
Victorian silver gilt Christening mug- London 1855.
Victorian novelty silver jockey cruet set, Birmingham 1880, by Elkington & Co.
Edwardian silver wager cup – London 1909.
Mid-20th century Continental ‘800’ silver ice bucket with a nautical theme.
Franz Bergman (1861–1936) Bronze model of an African warrior.
Russian ‘84’ silver sweet bowl marked for Moscow 1908-1926 by Ivan Khlebnikov with Imperial Warrant mark.
Rene Lalique ‘FORMOSE’ vase, Circa 1930.
Two cased sets of six Japanese Sterling silver teaspoons by Sadajiro (of) Musashiya. Import marks for London 1893 & 1894 by Liberty & Co.
English Victorian cast silver table bell marked for London 1890 by John Septimus Beresford.
Victorian novelty glass, bottle shaped, scent bottle with silver lid modeled as a cork. Circa 1880.
19th century English copper jelly mould.
Cape silver salver by Daniel Heinrich Schmidt- Circa 1790.
Art Deco silver sugar caster on wood base marked for Sheffield 1926 by William Hutton & Sons Ltd.
Arts & Crafts silver ‘Hart Knop’ wine cup marked for London 1924 by Omar Ramsden.
Arts & Crafts silver serviette ring marked for London 1916 by Omar Ramsden & Alwyn Carr.
English George III silver hair comb marked for Birmingham 1808.
Art Deco silver travelling clock with gold inlay marked for Birmingham 1937 by William Neale & Son Ltd.
Pair of Victorian silver chocolate moulds marked for Birmingham 1896, with Rd number 191501 by John William Caldicott.
English brass ‘Imperial Half Gallon’ Measure made for ‘The Cape Of Good Hope’ 1874.
Pair of Victorian silver salts marked for Birmingham 1898 by William J Holmes.
Silver table cigar lighter marked for Birmingham 1921 by Synyer & Beddoes.
Art Deco silver three-piece tea service, Sheffield 1935 by Joseph Rodgers & Sons.
Sidney Yates Johnson, British (Active 1890-1926)- Oil on Canvas.
Victorian silver pocket barometer marked for London 1890 by Philip Woodman & Sons.
Rare Boer War Gold mounted pendant made from a piece of artillery shell fired into Kimberley by “Long Tom” during the siege.
Victorian silver rose bowl, London 1890 by Sibray, Hall & Co.
Silver mounted Whiskey tot jug marked for London 1926.
Russian ‘84’ silver and enamel Shamshir shaped letter opener. Marked for St Petersburg 1908-1917.
Straight pull corkscrew with stags antler handle- Circa 1870.
Art Deco silver beer mug marked for Sheffield 1946 by H. Fisher & Co.
Irish Provincial silver ladle by Carden Terry of Cork- Circa 1800.
Japanese soapstone figure dating from the late 19th century.
Pair of Georg Jensen ‘925’ sterling silver salts with enameled interior designed by Søren Georg Jensen. Circa 1965.
Tennyson Cole (British 1862 – September 1939) Mrs Dorothy Parker, Watercolour/gouache on paper signed Tennyson Cole.
An English Reformed Gothic brass mantle clock, the design attributed to Bruce Talbert.
Art Deco silver cigar ashtray, stand and match box holder marked for London 1935 by Padgett & Braham Ltd.
Victorian ‘electro-type’ silver claret jug – London 1867.
English open frame corkscrew with cork opener and wire cutter incorporated into the handle- Circa 1925.
Art Deco three piece silver tea service marked for Birmingham 1931 by Adie Brothers Ltd.
Clarice Cliff ‘Delicia Citrus’ bowl- Circa 1932/1933.
William IV silver ‘Hock’ decanter label marked for Birmingham 1833 by Taylor & Perry.
A brass open frame corkscrew- Circa 1890.
Silver spice tower marked for London 1919 by Josef Zweig.
Art Deco cased silver and enamel cigarette case and powder compact marked for Birmingham 1945 by Joseph Gloster Ltd.
Victorian silver “Skyphos” cup marked for London 1899 by Edward Barnard & Sons.
Russian ‘84’ silver Ethrog box marked for Moscow 1908-1917 by Vasily Pulyartky.
English Victorian gold plated posy holder. Circa 1890.
Pair of Victorian cast silver novelty owl peppers, Sheffield 1897 by Hawksworth, Eyre & Co Ltd.
Pair of small Edwardian cast silver candlesticks marked for London 1907 by George Fox.
English silver travelling bath thermometer- Circa 1884-1896.
Georg Tronnier (German 1873-1962), Oil on canvas signed and dated 1915.
Smyth & Mackay straight pull corkscrew- Circa 1900.
Victorian silver dog collar made in Birmingham 1900- modeled by Max.
Corkscrew with a handle containing cap lifter and beer mug- Circa 1960.
Edwardian silver Indian polo shield marked for Glasgow 1902 by JC & S.
Silver plated Cocktail shaker- Circa 1960.
Victorian silver castle top card case- St Pauls Cathedral.
Liberty & Co. Silver and enamel Candlelsticks- Birmingham 1902.
Late 19th century South African brass postal scale and weights.
Straight pull three finger steel corkscrew with Henshall type button- Circa 1850.
Arts & Crafts silver table lighter by Albert Edward Jones- Birmingham 1922.
William Moorcroft ‘Wisteria’ flambe vase .
Novelty silver boar hunting inkwell- London 1926.
A French mechanical propeller type corkscrew known as the Aero- Circa 1890.
Edwardian silver hunting horn- London 1909.
Victorian silver three piece ‘Cellini’ pattern tea set marked for London 1866 by Stephen Smith.
Chinese Export Silver table tazza – Fu Long circa 1860.
George III silver gilt novelty fish vinaigrette, by Joseph Willmore- Birmingham 1817.
English ‘Lund’ multi-tool folding bow corkscrew- Circa 1860.
Moorcroft vase ‘Anemone’ pattern by Walter Moorcroft. Circa 1945-1949.
Moorcroft vase ‘Leaf and Fruit’ pattern by William Moorcroft. Circa 1945- 1949.
Pair of leather boots with provenance to Lord Roberts. Circa 1900.
Rene Lalique ‘RAMPILLON’ vase. Circa 1927.
Cape silver soup ladle by Lodewyk Beck. Circa 1820.
Moorcroft Flambe vase ‘Orchid’ pattern by Walter Moorcroft. Circa 1950.