Two Victorian tall Brass Jugs. The taller of the two has some denting which is consistent with age and use. Circa. 1860 Price :£ 150.00 for the pair. Two Victorian tall Brass Jugs. The taller of the two has some denting which is consistent with age and use. Circa. 1860 Price :£ 150.00 for the pair. Two Victorian tall Brass Jugs. The taller of the two has some denting which is consistent with age and use. Circa. 1860 Price :£ 150.00 for the pair. Jug 1: H: 12”, 30.5cms W: 9”, 23cms D: 7”, 18cms J
British Bulldog This Unique Aesthetically Pleasing Electroplated Bulldog Is Perfect For Any Home. This Is A High-Quality Piece Of Home Decor Which Will Light Up Any Home. This Piece Of Decor Is Surely A Must Buy Because Of How Wonderfully Charming The Design Is 39 x 21cm RRP £345
Fine small regency copper samovar, detailed decoration to the lid and base, lovely ornate handles and tap,standing on round feet Lovely original condition 10" x 10" x 13" high Internal Ref: 1098 Dimensions Height = 33 cm (13") Width = 24 cm (10") Depth = 24 cm (10")
Anton is a set of shiny gold plated stainless steel mocha spoons. His handles are decorated with Moroccan style coffee pots. We could not find any makers marks, the back on these spoons are marked stainless steel Japan. We have dated Anton at 1960.
Tarin is a hand made, large platter shaped Florentine Papier Mache Tray. He is decorated with swirls and scrolling in gold gilt and red. His main colours are gold, green and red. The tray has a decorative distressed wear to the gold gilt, which is a great look, enhancing its rustic and used charm.
Alexandra is set of silver plate nut picks His handles are textured designed especially for good grip this presumably allowed for quicker nut eating. This type of utensil would have been presented with fruit knives at the dinner table. 5 pieces also perfect accessories for olive picking on your cheese board. Maker is Henry Marcus Quackenbush. In 1913 he invented the spring jointed nut cracker and nut picks. The nutpicks measures 12cm long.
Stephanie is an unusual style ivory handled 3 flat tine bread fork. She is made from silver plate with decorated collar and handle ends. She is 118 years old and has some wear. As her ivory handle has a line crack on the back and has slight movement. We have dated her as 1901.
Rudolph is a hand cast keyhole escutcheon. He is topped with a crown decoration and has a dark dull brass finish. We could not find any makers marks on this piece, but believe him to be English due to his style and finish. Rudolph is very old and well used so his design work is less prominent, this of course adds to his charm.
Early 19th Century Twist Stem Wrought Iron and Beech Rush Nip, English, circa 1800 - 1820. The spiral twist stem with pincer action nip and counter weighted arm with candle socket, all set into the original turned Beech base, having original staple beneath, the base with traces of original painted decoration.
Ryan is a set of shiny gold plated stainless steel mocha spoons. His handles are decorated with palm trees. The spoon are great quality and are marked Gold plated Japan the back. We have dated Ryan at 1960c.
Offered for sale is this 19th Century antique copper and brass coal bucket with a brass swing handle attached to a lovely round copper and brass bucket. Gathered wonderful character over the years and in lovely condition. Internal Ref: 0087 Dimensions Height = 51 cm (20") Width = 37 cm (15") Depth = 37 cm (15")
A folding tool kit by Joseph Rogers & Sons of Sheffield. Comprising of the handle and 10 tools and blades in a folding leather case. Marked: RODGERS SHEFFIELD ENGLAND along with the six pointed star and Maltese cross marks. The company was founded in 1724 when John Rodgers first rented the star and Maltese cross mark from the Cutlers’ Company. In 1800 Joseph and Maurice formally dissolved their partnership and the firm was renamed Joseph Rodgers & Sons. As well as producing an unrivalled range o
Nina is an impressive set of white metal skewers. Her unusual brass colour blades are in plain and pointed form. Each piece measures 35cm. The blades are angular form with geometric handle detail. The base of the blades is marked 'Depose' which is French. Nina is presented in a cream patterned box.
This colossal jardiniere- of majestic proportions and decadence- is crafted in malachite, an intensely green semi-precious stone, which exudes grandeur and splendour. The jardiniere, which also features fine mounts in gilt bronze, is formed with a broad, upper basin which features a lipped rim and fluting beneath. This basin could be used as a planter for flowers, or as a bird bath, but equally it could be converted for use as a fountain.
Naomi is a pair of silver plate nut picks. This type of utensil would have been presented with fruit knives at the dinner table. Naomi’s blades are unusually shaped, with a step ridge towards the tip. This presumably allowed for quicker nut eating. The blades also have PATENT stamp on them. The maker is John Henry Potter. We have dated her 1900c Edwardian.
By the Glasgow based foundry Walter McFarlane & Co (1853-1932) stamped with maker’s name and registry mark. Of rectangular form with circular pillar supports flanking neo-Gothic fretwork frieze having three quatrefoils with inserted leaf decoration.
Pair of gilt bronze urns, the tapering ovoid body cast in high relief depicting satyrs and bacchante, raised on a circular polished black marble socle. The relief scene from a bacchanal in the manner of Claude Michel, called Clodion (1738-1814).
Astrid is a wonderful silver plate beaker tankard. She is heavily engraved with flower and leaf design, Astrid holds 400 mls of liquid over 1/2 pint Note that she will not a a matching pair and engraving designs are very similar but not exact to the photos Base is marked EPNS Own a piece of upmarket public house history. More than 1 pair are available for purchase