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Large Manganese & Yellow Delft Multi-Lobed Dish

England, c1680-1700

Painted in manganese and yellow,

the central roundel with a seated Chinese figure in a fenced landscape
surrounded by a border of stylized flowers, the rim painted with a continuous scene

of further standing and seated Chinese figures in various land- and river-scape settings;

Painters mark verso;

13.5" Diameter

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Kangxi Chinese Export Famille Verte Deep Dish

China, c1680-1700

Heightened with gilt throughout,

the roundel with a phoenix above a peony, the rim with fish and shrimp,

the whole possiby referring to sky and water

9.5" Diameter




Arita"Kraak" Blue & White Barbed Dish
Edo Period,Arita Japan, Probably Late 17th Century

Painted with the two-deer-in-a garden motif,
within an outer border of large panels of two floral sprays
the verso of type VIII (Rinaldi), and spur marks indicating Japanese production

8" Diameter




Kangxi Silver-Mounted Blue & White 'Long Eliza' Mustard Pot & Cover

China, c1680-1722

The cover with 'Dancing Boys'

3.5' High




Queen Anne Heavy Baluster Drinking Glass
England, c1710
Deep solid base with tear,
over a stem having an elongated tear from the wide angular knop
through the lower ball knop, raised on a spreading folded foot
5.75" High




Good Blown Black Onion Bottle

England, c1710-20

A heavy deep black-green bottle having good density and shiny surface,

the verso with a high kick-up and snapped pontil,

the neck with an applied ring

7.5" High x 6" Diameter at Base




Pair Chinese Export Rose Imari Plates

Yongzheng / Early Qianlong, c1722-40

Finely painted in an early famille rose and iron red palette with gilt,

centering a cockerel atop a blue hollow rock within a border

iron red scrolls and seed pod pulls,

verso with underglaze blue and iron red floral scrolls

9" Diameter




George II Baluster Wine Glass

England, c1730

Of quite heavy weight, the bell bowl with teared solid base

above a teared inverted baluster and teared ball knop

5.75" High




George II Cruciform Decanter

England, c1740

Eight sided with three applied neck rings;

wonderful interior bubbling to the thick early glass

Provenance : Bernard Watney

9.25" High




George II 6-Sided Moulded Pedestal (Silesian) Stem Wine

England, 1740

The conical bowl over a 6-sided pedestal stem

with diamond-topped shoulders and central large elongated tear;

folded foot & snapped pontil

5.75" High

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George II Folded Foot Airtwist Wine

England, c1745-50

With wonderful grey tone and horizontal striation,

bell bowl, the airtwists rising into the bowl base,

above a applied folded foot

6-1/8" High




George II Pedestal (Silesian)& Knopped Stem Sweetmeat Glass

England, c1750

Of heavy weight glass, the ogee bowl over a multi-teared knop,

raised on a Silesian stem with collar and multi-teared basal knop;

domed foot

5.25" High




George II Large Plain Stem Drawn Trumpet Wine

With Folded Foot and Enlongated Tear,

England, c1740-50

7.5" High / Rim 3-1/2" Wide / Foot, 3-5/8" Wide




Scarce Chelsea White Leaf & Basket Molded Stand
England, c1752-54

The plain center surrounded by basket moulding,
each end with grape stems and overlapping leaves
sided by crabstock handles;
Ref : For a polychrome example, see Chelsea Porcelain, Severne Mackenna, pl. 28.
11" Diameter




Chelsea Hans Sloane Brown Anchor Plate

England c1756

Fluted brown line rim and brown anchor mark,
painted asymmetrically with a botanical having large leaves and further leafy sprays,
acorn-like fruits (probably Loganberries),
and four insects which would have fertilized them

8.25" Diameter




Scarce Bow Porcelain Powder Blue Hors d'Oeuvres Dish
England, 1760-65
The petal-form dish painted with a blue-outlined island riverscape
depicting an island pagoda riverscape;
the even powder blue ground with reserved blue-outlined panels :
three detailed riverscape fan-shaped border panels
alternating with three small round panels of lotus sprigs
5.75" Diameter




George III Enamel Twist Ratafia Glass

England, c1760

The long narrow tapering bowl above an eight-ply enamel twist stem
and plain conical foot having a snapped pontil

8.25" High

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George II-III MultiSpiral Opaque Twist Wine

England, c1760

The bell bowl having a solid base descending to
a multi-spiral enamel twist stem with both center and basal swelling knops

6-5/8" High

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Early George III Engraved Airtwist Wine

England, c1765

Heavy weigh, the bell bowl with multiple airtwists

descending from a deep base to a thick stem,
the rim well engraved with large grape leaves,
grape clusters and tendrils; conical foot; snapped pontil.
6.75" High




George III Jacobite Double Series Opaque Twist Wine

England, c1765

Engraved with partially open 6-petaled rose in profile,
and a closed bud on a curving stem with 6 leaves of varying sizes,
above a double series opaque twist stem

5.75" High




George III Unusually Cut Firing Glass, the basal cuts as hearts

Early George III Dram Firing Glass with Oversewn Foot

George III Engraved Masonic Firing Glass (SOLD)

Early George III Terraced Foot Opaque Twist Firing Glass (SOLD)

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George III Jacobite Interest Double Series Opague Twist Wine

England, c1765

Engraved with a daffodil bloom amongst forget-me-not type foliage,

and a crested bird verso

raised on a knopped double series opaque twist stem

7" High




Early George III Engraved Double Series Opaque Twist Stem Wine

England, c1765

Unusually engraved with a fruiting vine arising from delicate grasses,
raised on a double series opaque twist stem with two spiral tapes outside a gauze

5.75" High

.25" High



First Period Worcester Deep Shell-Shaped Dish

England, c1765-70

The escallop form shell in the Primrose patten

with curled over handle

5.25" High





George III Engraved Sugar Loaf Decanter

Jacobite Interest

England, c1770

Engraved with two sprays, each issuing a single stem having small leaves

and three cut and polished flowerheads :
a six-petaled rose, a single bud, and a 4 petal rose

11.5" High




George III Cut Glass Sugar-Loaf Decanter

England, c1770

having a horizontal band of polished flowerheads alternating with stars,
and a further band of ovals and stars, the base with a band up upright fluting;

facet cup neck and ovoid stopper

11.25" High




George III Jacobite Interest Facet Cut Wine

England, c1775

The bowl with polished & engraved roses (that also resemble honeysuckle)

and a crested bird in flight

5.5" High




George III Cut Glass Mallet Form Decanter

England, c1770

Having cut swags centering flowerheads above a band of upright basal fluting;
the base slightly concave and polished; the ovoid stopper with a faceted edge
11.25" High




George III Engraved Handled Glass Tankard
England, c1765-80
Of large size, waisted and having a medial applied annulated ring,
ribbed upper rim and lower flaring foot,
engraved with a script monogram HB, hops and barley
7.25" High




George III Cut Glass Pint Decanter

England, c1780

Mallet form, the body engraved with swags of polished ovals suspended from cut flowerheads,
the base slightly concave and lightly polished; the ovoid stopper with edge faceting
9.5" High




First Period Worcester Oval Moulded Jabberwocky Pattern Dish

England, c1768-70

Of oval fluted form, painted in overglaze enamels and gilt,
originally described as "fine old rich dragon pattern with blue 'Celeste' borders",
depicting a large fanciful dragon-like bird in flight amongst various flora and foliage

12" Wide x 9.5" High




Caughley Porcelain Miniature (Toy) Part Tea Service, Island Pattern

England, c1780, Consisting of 22 pieces, including a teapot and cover, 3 trios, 4 large serving dishes,

2 smaller serving dishes, 2 dishes and a single saucer

The teapot, 3.5" High




Rare Pair of French Faience Polychrome Seated Lions

Probably Luneville, c1800

Whimsically painted in shades of black, gray and violets, with black-lined yellow manes,
each face with cobalt blue eyes, and showing teeth and tongue picked out in reds,
the ears laid back and pierced

18" Long x 14" High

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Charles I Diminutive Boarded Oak Chest
England, c1630-40
With excellent color and patination,
the front carved two fleur de lis quatrefoils on a punched ground,
siding an iron lockplate and frilly leafed palmette,
the slab ends with Gothic ogee-arched cut-away base
30 .5" Wide x 14.5" Deep x 20" High




William & Mary Walnut & Olivewood Oyster Veneered & Marquetry
Document / Lace Box

England, c1690
The rectangular box retaining its original faded and well patinated surfaces,
having a hinged cover of 'oyster veneer' and circular inlaid marquetry and banding,
above a highly figured walnut frieze, original iron hinges and lock
15.25' x 11.25" x 4.75"




Rare & Unusual Carved Burr Walnut Guglet (Bottle Vase)
17th Century, Probably English
Carved in the manner of Rhineland Stoneware Bellarmine (Bartmann) Jugs,
depicting a female face (rather than 'Bearded Man') wearing a 12-13th century female

cloth headdress : a 'wimple' , accompanied by a 'gorget' and secured by a wide 'fillet'
6" High




18th Century Diminutive Brass Thumb-Screw Nutcracker

The oval thumb piece above a threaded screw with disk base

This form has been known in England from the late 17th century.

A similar nutcracker is the in the collectin of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation,

and pictured in Domestic Metalwork, 1640-1820, Gentle & Feild

2-7/8" High




George I Walnut & Walnut Veneered Bachelor's Chest

Engand, c1715-20

The fold-out bookmatched top with featherbanding & crossbanding

above square lopers & two over three featherbanded & cockbeaded drawers;

original drop handles on petal mounts with cotter pin attachments

32.5" High x 34.5" Wide x 15.75" Deep




George I Carved Walnut Open Armchair

England, c1720

A good early 18th century open armchair, of fine form and generous proportions,
retaining early surfaces with rich color and patination

36.75" High x 27.5" Wide




George I Figured Walnut Chest of Drawers
England, c1720
The two-piece chest retaining original beautifully patinated surfaces,
the top quarter-veneered and crossbanded with rounded corners;
the whole with rare exquisite surfaces and patination
41" High x 41" Wide x 21.5" Deep





Pair George I / II Cuban (Santo Domingan) Side Chairs

England, c1725-30

Having deep rich color and patintion, with cyma-curved splats,

shaped seatrails, and carved scrolling knee returns;

single back stretcher between raked legs

39.75" High x 21' Wide x 18.5" Deep

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Good George III Diminutive Mahogany Chest of Drawers
With Brushing Slide, Original Finish & Pierced Brasses
England, c1765
32.75" High x 31.25" Wide x 18.5" Deep





Good George II / III Mahogany Kettle Stand
England, c1755-65
Of well figured timbers retaining the original surfaces,
the octagonal top with a plain gallery above a tapering and ring-turned standard with urn knop
23" High x 12" Diameter




Rare Pair Georgian Oak & Rush Lancashire Stools

England, First Quarter 19th Century

Having well-turned baluster legs ending in pad and ball feet,

baluster turned stretchers and rush seats

18" High & Wide, 14' Deep


Before They Could Be Photographed



George III Caned Mahogany Portable Cradle

England, c1800-20

The rectangular portable basket with caned sides & oval hood

supported by turned supports and stretchers,

the feet ending in brass caps and casters;

with modern fitted bedding

45" High x 42" Long x 24" Deep




George IV Brass-Mounted Mahogany Adjustable Folio Stand
Attributed to Gillows
England, c1820-30
Having two hinged rectangular slatted rests and turned ratchet supports
sided by rectangular standards above ratcheted horizontal legs
ending in moulded brass caps and casters

A quite similar design appears in Gillows' 1820 "Estimate Sketch Book", pl.307.
42.25" High x 28.25" Wide x 34.25" Deep




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Good Set of Four 17th Century Carved Oak Panels
English or Dutch
Depicting Four Roman Gods :
Jupiter, Diana, Mars and Sol,

having the attributes of each, and seated on scrolling clouds;

all with excellent color and patina
Each 9" High x 10.25" Wide

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Narcisse Virgile Diaz de la Peña

'Venus Surrounded by Cherubs'

(French 1808-1876) (Attr.)
Oil on Panel over Pencil
Signed Lower Center N. Diaz and dated 54
Exhibition of the French Masters, 1951, No. 18; Marlborough Fine Art, London



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Frederick Carl Smith

American (California / Washington DC) 1868-1955
"Luxembourg Gardens, Paris, France"
Oil on panel

Executed with the painterly brushstrokes for which he was known,

c1895, during the period studying in Paris

with Bouguereau, Ferrier, Constant

Signed and inscribed lower right: F. Carl Smith / Paris
Image Size : 6.25" High x 9.5" Wide

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Rare Caucausian Verneh Soumak Carpet, c1880

A sought after form of rug, the finely woven flatweave Caucasian Verneh or Soumak,
having a 4 rows of large rectilinear indigo and white Z's (S's),
the bottom left two a further variation of the Z,

Approximately 8'10" X 6'1"

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Fine & Rare Antique Bijar Soumak with Full Kelim Endings
Persia, c1900
Very finely woven,all vegetal dyes and wool warp and weft;

Original long kelim endings
4'10" x 3'6"

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Norwood Creech / Arkansas / Tennessee, Contemporary

Small Square Wyoming Hills with Trees and Bushes

Pen and Graphite on Paper
Signed l.r.

Image size: 6 1/2" x 5 3/4"
Framed size: 14 1/2" x 13 3/4"

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James I Silver Apostle Spoon, James The Less

John Saunders, London, 1616-17

holding a fuller's bat with club end in his right hand and a book in his left,
his nimbus with a sacred dove;
V-attachment of finial to shaft

7" Long / 2 oz.




17th Century Silver-Gilt Engraved Trefid Sweetmeat Spoon
1690-95, Augsburg
With soft probably original gilding,
the oval bowl with a rattail attachment bearing a late 17th century mark for Augsburg,
a portcullis in an oval punch, and a zigzag "diet" silver test mark,
the shaft engraved to either side with overlapping leaves and pomegranates
and ending with a trefid terminal
4.5" Long / .5 oz.




James II Silver Tumbler Cup(Left)

York, c1679-81
the verso engraved 'Samuel Trotter' above 'L..coln', (Lincoln),

above the town mark and further intials * J (or I) * over * I * P *

2.4 oz. / 3" Diameter x 2" High



Early George II Silver Tot Cup (Right)

George Greenhill Jones, 1731, London 

The side with contemporary scratched initials W.C

2-3/8" High / 2.2 oz.




Jacobite Issue Medal : "The Young Pretender"
Norbert Rottier, 1699
The silver medal depicting the bust 9 year old James Prince of Wales,
verso with owls over a radiant rising sun and a single ship below
SOLA. LUCE. FVGAT, (He has Flown by the Only Light)
and 1699; initialed N.R




Queen Anne Britannia Silver Dog Nosed (Wavy End) Fork
Isaac Davenport, London, date mark rubbed out (c1707)

Queen Anne Britannia Silver Dog Nosed (Wavy End) Fork
Isaac Davenport, London, date mark rubbed out (c1707)
DA in shield, pellets above and mullet below
(Grimwade #432, reg 1697)
7.5" Long / 1.9 oz.



Queen Anne Royal Britannia Silver Spoon

Thomas Spackman, London, 1713

In the Hanoverian pattern,

the terminal with Royal Cipher of Queen Anne

within the Order of the Garterbelow a Royal Coronet;
the shaft also marked with a crowned B

8.25" Long / 2.4 oz.






Assembled Set of 11 Queen Anne – George II Hanoverian
Britannia & Silver Standard 3-Tine Forks
Samuel Hitchcock, London, 1713-29 (8)
Paul Hanet, 1726 (1) / Phillip Roker, 1728 (1) / Marks Rubbed, (1)
Upside of termina l: 9 with bull's head

Verso of terminal : 10 engraved with a demi-lion rampant in paws a cross;
7.6" Long / 25.22 oz.





"Very Rare" George I Silver-Mounted Tortoiseshell Snuff Box, James II

John Obrisset, London, c1720, Unsigned

From a 1685 Medal by John Roettiers

The oval box with stand-away hinges and gilt interior;

the plaque derived Roettier's Military & Naval reward

for distribution among those who commanded the Royal forces & fleets

which opposed the invasion of the Dukes of Monmouth and Argyle

listed in Phillip A.S. Phillips as "very rare"

Provenance and Literature : John Culme,

"British Silver Boxes 1640-1840, The Lion Collection", p.122, ref. 119

2-25" Long




George I / II Silver-Mounted Piqué Posé Tortoiseshell Snuff Box

England, c1725-35

The oval box two small "stand-away" hinges,
the tortoiseshell cover having engraved piqué posé inlay depicting
a seated flute player before a garden wall, serenading a shepherdess with staff and dog,
within an border of cornucopiae, doves, squirrels and baskets of fruits among foliage;
exquisitely executed.

An almost identical example is in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum, NYC

Provenance and Literature : John Culme,

"British Silver Boxes 1640-1840, The Lion Collection", p.130., ref. 132

2.8" Wide




Cast Silver Schraubtaler (Schraubmedaille)

with 17 Hand-Colored Copper Plate Engravings

Augsburg, c1731-2, Abraham Remshard (Engravings), The Silver Unmarked

The small circular cast silver box unscrewing to reveal

17 detailed circular 'leporello' hand-colored copper engravings,

 depicting the historic expulsion of Protestants from Salzburg, and
their emigration to Prussian Lithuania at the invitation of King Frederick William I.

1.75" Wide x .75" High / 1 oz. total weight







George II Silver & Agate Heart Form Snuff Box

Lewis More, England, c1740

Reeded sides and gilt interior

2.5" Long x 2.5" Wide x 1" High / 1.7 oz

Provenance and Literature : John Culme,

"British Silver Boxes 1640-1840, The Lion Collection", p.133, ref. 137




Three George II Silver Escutcheon Bottle Tickets, c1739-50

'MOUNTAIN' James Slater, London, 1739-50 (SOLD)

'CLARET' Thomas Rush, London c1740

'WHITE.WINE' William Cripps, London, 1743-50

Each Priced Separately

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Rare Straight Set of 12 George II Irish Silver Hanoverian 3-Tine Dessert Forks

Michael Home, Dublin, c1752

The terminals crested :

A wolf's head erased proper collared argent charged thereon with a cross crosslet sable 

for the family of Tighe, Mitchelstown in the County of Westmeath, Ireland

6.75" (c17 cm) Long / Individual Tines just under 2" (c5 cm)
20 oz. Total Weight




Rare George II Die-Cast Silver Mustard Spoon

Diana of the Hunt

Elizabeth Tuite (likely) London, c1750-55
in the Hanoverian pattern with blunt bowl characteristic of the egg spoon,
the handle die-cast with a figure of a haloed Diana with her bow and bounty
within an elaborate rococo cartouche,
the bowl verso with a well cast basket of flowers within an arabesque cartouche;
the terminal crested with an arm in armour lying fesse and holding a dagger

4.5" / .5 oz.

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Good Straight Set of 8 George II Hanoverian Silver Spoons

Philip Roker II, London, 1753-4
Of heavy gauge silver with single drop heel and upturned terminal
engraved with a crest :

A demi-ostrich argent with wings expanded gules holding in the beak a horseshoe or
for the familyof Smith (Smyth), the leading candidate being

Sir Trafford Smyth, 4th Baronet of Upton (c1720-65)
Excellent marks (Grimwade #2229)
8" Long / 21 Oz.





Scarce Straight Set of Six George II Silver Hanoverian Dessert Spoons

London, Likely 1753-4, Maker's Mark Cast Over & Rubbed

Each bottom struck and with single drop heel, the upturned terminals crested : 

'A globe in a frame all or, he crest being ensigned by an earl's coronet'

for Carpenter, Earl of Tyrconnel, co. Kilkenny, Ireland

6/75" Long / 7.8 oz.



18th Century Silver-Mounted Coconut, Double Crested

Unmarked, England

The plain shell with a scalloped and pierced silver rim mount,
raised on three hoof feet issuing from shell attachments;
the rim mount double crested for the families of Guinness & Lee

( Sir Benjamin Lee Guinness, 1st Baronet of of Ashford in the County of Galway

and St. Stephen's Green in the County of Dublin )

3-7/8" High, The Bowl 5" Wide







George II / III Silver Pose Tortoiseshell Snuff Box

England, c1755-65

The silver box hving a pull-off tortoiseshell cover with engraved piqué posé inlay
depicting three 'Aesop's Fables' -
'The North Wind & the Sun', 'The Fox & the Stork' and 'The Two Rabbits'

Provenance and Literature : John Culme,

"British Silver Boxes 1640-1840, The Lion Collection", p.154, ref. 167
2-1/8" Diameter




Pair George II Cast Silver Candlesticks

Arthur Annesley, London, 1759

In high rococo manner,

each crested to the foot for Leeson, Earl of Russborough, co. Wicklow, Ireland,

with a demi-lion rampant, in paws a sun in splendour, all above a star :

10" High / 41.12 oz.





George II / III Scottish Armorial Silver-Mounted Cowrie Shell Snuff Box

John Welsh (Likely), Edinburgh c1760
The large oval cowrie shell with substantial silver mounts,
the silver cover centering the arms of Pearson quartering MacNamara
within an elaborate shell, scroll and floral rocaille border;
mark "IW" (gothic), Jackson's Revised, p.549
(as found on a pair of communion cups, 1762)

Provenance and Literature : John Culme,

"British Silver Boxes 1640-1840, The Lion Collection", p.152, ref. 164

3.2" Long






Early George III Silver-Gilt Escutcheon Bottle Ticket - PORT
Richard Binley, London, c1760

with 'feathered' edges

Ref: "Wine Labels", E.W. Whitworth, p. 17 :

"Escutcheon labels with feathered edges are rare."




A Scarce Early George III Irish Silver Wine Funnel Stand (Drip Pan) (&)
A George III Silver 2-Part Wine Funnel

Each with Beaded Rim

The Stand William Bond, Dublin, 1761
With plain field centering the conjoined script initials I C , with flourishes
3.5" Diameter / 1.2 oz

The Funnel, London, 1783, Marks Rubbed (an early example);
Of heavy gauge silver,nicely shaped tang; marks to the edge, with makers marks illegible
Compatable with the stand, but a tight fit
5" High / 3-1/16" Wide / 2.4 oz.




Rare Early George III Hanoverian Silver Sugar Sifting Ladle

William Tant, London 1762

Of heavy gauge silver, with crisp marks

Cypher monogram to terminal

6.5" long / 1.9 oz.




Good Pair George II/ III Irish Silver Hook End Basting Spoons

John Dawson (likely), Dublin, Mid-18th Century

Of heavy gauge silver, the broad over-scrolled terminal crested

for the family of Colyear, Scotland and Ireland :

a unicorn rampant arg., armed and crined or.

12.25" Long / 10.4 Total oz.





Early George III Irish Silver Hook-End Basting Spoons & Soup Ladle

Crested en suite for James Ferguson of Pitfour, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Basting Spoons : Christopher Skinner, Dublin, c1764, 12" Long

Ladle : John Laughlin Jr., & Peter David,
Dublin, Lacking Date Letter, Mid-18th Century, 14.5" Long

16.6 Total oz.





George III Silver Shell-Back Mote Spoon

James Tookey, London, c1765

The ovoid bowl pierces with saltires and foliate scrolls,
the heel with a single drop and finely cast shell
5.5'' Long / .2 oz.




Early George III Silver Escutcheon Form Bottle Ticket - MADEIRA
Joseph Steward II (Probably), London, 1768
Marked thrice with an I.S within an oval punch, Grimwade #1661

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George III Silver Beaker

Aaron Lestourgen, London, 1774

Of tapering cylindrical form, with gilt interior;

Crested for the family of Kirkby of Northwest England :

Willliam Comber Kirkby (Lancashire and Surrey),

or his son William Kirkby (Co. Middlesex)

3.25" High / 4.8 oz.






George III Silver Goblet

John Swift, London, 1799

The ovoid body crested for Jolliffe (Somerset)

and inscribed verso H over I * M and 1780;

gilt interior and beaded collar and footrim

6" High / 7 oz.




Pair of George III Irish Silver Wine Coasters
Maker's Mark Rubbed, Dublin, 1782
The round upright galleries engraved with floral and foliate swags
centering ovals crested with a stag's head erased,
between borders pierced with bright-cut Vitruvian waves,
having beading to the upper rim, and reeding below; turned wood base
5.25" Diameter




George III Silver Bougie Box

Thomas Phipps & Edward Robinson, London, 1785-6

The pull off cover crested with a leopards head out of a ducal coronet,

below the motto :
PRINCIPIIS OBSFA (Oppose Beginnings)

2 -5/8" Diameter / 2.2oz.




George III Silver Fold-In Buckle Handle Bougie Box

Susanna Barker, London, 1792-3

the cover withbright cut border and disguised integral hinge,
the half-crescent swivel-action wick trimmer engraved

with two intertwining roses
1-15/16" Diameter / 1.7 oz.




Good Set of Four George IV Silver Neoclassical Candlesticks

Creswick & Co., 1820

The tapering standards with upright columns of acanthus leaves,

the knops, feet and bobeches with further acanthus leaves and flowerheads;

each marked to the footrim

11-1/8" High

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Scarce Victorian Silver Queens Pattern Sugar Sifting Spoon

Francis Higgins, London, 1882

Double Struck, of heavy gauge silver

2.2 oz. / 6.5" Long




17th Century Style Silver Traveling Fork-Cum-Spoon

The Netherlands, c19th Century

With terminal seated lion pick

6.25" Long / 1.6 oz.




English Bacchanalian Silver Wine Taster

Rosenthal, Jacob & Co., London, 1884

A deep circular bowl, embossed with a mask of Bacchus

on a punched ground surrounded by scrolling foliage and flowerheads

2.75" Wide x 1-1/8" High / .7 oz.



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