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An Edwardian Silver "Fox" Pin Cushion, Birmingham 1905 by L&S.
A quite rare, Edwardian silver pin cushion in the form of a standing fox.
Measuring approximately 2.1/2"long x 1.1/8"high, it is hallmarked for Birmingham 1905 by the specialist makers Levi & Salomen and is in very good condition with no damage, splits or solder repairs. The red cushion covering although old and worn is still serviceable, and appears to have been on the fox for most of its life.
Ref: 12914 EAR
Price: £795
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A Silver "Hedgehog" Pin Cushion, Birmingham 1904.
An appealing silver pincushion in the form of a hedgehog.
Measuring approximately 1.3/4"long x 1"tall x 7/8"wide, it has full hallmarks for Birmingham 1904 by Levi & Salomen and is in good condition with no damage, splits or solder repairs. It has a slight depression to a small area of one side, not deep enough to call a dent, and apologies for the poor picture of the hallmarks as they are small and in a difficult place to capture clearly, but they are all there and easily read with a loupe.
Ref: 12922 MMR
Price: £375
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A Rare Pair Of Silver Novelty Salt And Pepper Pots By Aspreys Of London.
A rare and lovely quality pair of solid silver novelty salt and pepper pots in the form of a pair of scavenging cats on dustbins.
They measure approximately 2.3/4" and 3.1/4"overall height and have the full Millenium hallmarks for London 2000 by Aspreys of London. As is to be expected from Aspreys, the quality of their manufacture is superb feeling substantial and solid in the hand; this and their rarity will ensure that they are always keenly sought after. Guaranteed to be admired!!
Ref: 12926 EMM
Price: £895
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A Royal Worcester Fruit Painted Cup And Saucer By Bee And Ayrton.
A good Royal Worcester porcelain teacup and saucer, with very well painted fruit decoration by William Bee for the cup and Harry Ayrton for the saucer.
The cup measures approximately 5"wide over the handle x 2.1/4"tall and the saucer 5.1/2"diameter with both having the puce factory stamp for 1932. They are in very good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding is bright and without wear with only the usual fine scratching in the well of the saucer where the cup sits.
Ref: 12918 CNC
Price: £245
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A Small Solid Silver Pedestal Bowl, Sheffield 1912.
An attractive small solid silver bowl on pedestal foot, the body embossed with floral decoration.
Measuring approximately 4"diameter x 2.1/2"tall and weighing 3 ounces, it has well struck hallmarks for Sheffield 1912 by Henry Wigfull and is in excellent condition with no damage, dents or solder repairs and the interior retains its pale yellow gilding.
Ref: 12909 CRN
Price: £128
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A Silver "Camel" Pin Cushion By Adie And Lovekin.
A quite rare silver pin cushion in the form of a very supercilious looking standing camel!
Measuring approximately 2.1/4"long x 7/8"deep x 2"tall and retaining its original cushion, it is hallmarked for Birmingham 1922 by the specialist company Aidie & Lovekin Ltd and is in very good condition with no damage, dents or solder repairs and has only one or two slight bruises to show for it's 95 years of age.
Ref: 12908 BRC
Price: £595
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A Royal Worcester Fruit Painted Vase By E. Townsend.
A Royal Worcester porcelain trumpet shaped vase, shape number G923, decorated with well painted apples and brambles against a mossy background by Edward Townsend.
Standing approximately 7.1/2"tall x 3.3/4"maximum diameter, it has the puce factory stamp for 1936 and is in very good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding is bright and shows virtually no signs of wear.
Ref: 11388 BNC
Price: £525
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A Worcester Painted Pickle Dish, Circa 1775.
A good Worcester porcelain pickle dish with painted "Gilliflower" decoration.
Standing approximately 3.1/2"wide x 3.1/2"long x 1"deep, it dates to circa 1775 and has the painted open crescent factory mark and is in very good condition with no damage, chips or restoration and with only a little kiln dust to the glaze in the centre to report.
Ref: GMH
Price: £195
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A Worcester Lidded Mustard With Painted Decoration, Circa 1770.
A good Worcester porcelain lidded mustard pot, with painted "Mansfield" pattern decoration.
Standing approximately 4.3/4"overall height x 4.1/2"wide over the handle and dating to circa 1770, it has the painted open crescent factory mark and is, apart from a tiny shallow chip to the rim of the pot approximately 2mm wide, in good condition with no damage or restoration.
Ref: 10779BCC
Price: £295
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A Royal Worcester Fruit Painted Miniature Cream Jug By E. Townsend.
An attractive, Royal Worcester porcelain miniature cream jug, decorated with well painted apples and brambles against a mossy background by Edward Townsend.
Measuring approximately 2" tall x 1.5/8"maximum diameter, it has the black factory stamp for 1939 and is in very good condition with no damage or restoration and the gilding shows only one tiny area of wear to the bottom of the handle which can be seen in picture 2.
Ref: 12860 UNC
Price: £285
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A Victorian Silver Salver, Sheffield 1900 By H. Stratford.
An attractive Victorian solid silver salver of good heavy quality, with shell and "C" scroll cast silver rim, all raised on 3 ball and claw feet.
Measuring approximately 8.1/2"maximum diameter x 1"deep and weighing 15 ozs, it has well struck hallmarks for Sheffield 1900 by Henry Stratford and is in very good condition with no damage, dents or solder repairs.
Ref: 12810 MMD
Price: £320
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A Silver Tea Strainer On Stand.
An attractive solid silver tea strainer and stand.
Measuring approximately 5.1/2"long x 2.1/4"diameter x 1"deep when on its stand, it is hallmarked for Birmingham 1987 by maker "J B Ltd" with corresponding marks on the stand, and is in excellent condition with no damage, dents or solder repairs.
Ref: 12792 AM
Price: £115
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A Silver Tea Strainer, Birmingham 1944.
A substantial, solid silver tea strainer of good size and weight.
Measuring approximately 7"overall length x 2.7/8"diameter x 3/4"deep and weighing 56 grams, it has clear well struck hallmarks for Birmingham 1944 by maker "JBC & S" and is in very good condition with no damage, dents or solder repairs.
Ref: 12793 RR
Price: £78
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A Silver Card Case With Pull-Off Top, Birmingham 1951.
A solid silver pull-off top card case of good size and weight, with embossed decoration of palm trees and animal hunting scenes.
Measuring approximately 3.7/8"tall x 2.3/4"wide x 3/8"deep, it is fully hallmarked to the body for Birmingham 1951 by "S + L" with partial corresponding marks to the pull-off top, and is in very good condition with no damage, dents, holes or solder repairs and the embossing is still sharp and without rubbing.
Ref: 12805 OAL
Price: £175
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A Royal Worcester Limited Edition Figurine Titled "Boxer" By K Potts.
A very well modelled Royal Worcester limited edition porcelain figurine titled "Boxer" by Kenneth Potts, numbered 47 of 250.
Measuring approximately 9,3/4"tall x 7.3/4"wide x 6"deep, it has the black factory stamp for circa 1978 and is in very good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration with only the gilding line around the top rim of the rectangular base showing slight signs of wear.
Ref: 12787UEC
Price: £275
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A Royal Worcester Miniature Trinket Pot And Cover.
An attractive, Royal Worcester porcelain trinket pot and cover, the cover with nicely painted BlueTit (?) decoration and the pot with summer flowers.
Measuring approximately 1,3/8"diameter x 7/8"high, the lid has the puce factory stamp for 1897 whilst the pot is unmarked, and both are in very good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding is bright and virtually without wear.
Ref: 12764ME
Price: £45
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A Royal Worcester Figurine Of A Seated Fox By D. Lindner.
A well detailed Royal Worcester porcelain figurine of a seated fox, modelled by the specialist artist Doris Lindner.
Measuring approximately 7.1/2"tall x 3.1/2"wide x 4.1/4"deep, it has the black factory stamp for circa 1975 and is in excellent condition with no damage, chips, crazing or restoration.
Ref: 12782UDL
Price: £295
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Two Royal Worcester Miniature Pot Lids.
Two Royal Worcester miniature trinket pot lids, one with rose and foliage painted decoration and the other with a robin perched on a branch.
The rose painted lid measures approximately 36mm diameter to fit a pot of around 25mm inside diameter, and has the puce factory stamp for 1898, the robin painted lid measures 34mm diameter to fit a pot of around 26mm inside diameter, and has the puce factory stamp for 1925. They are both in good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and apart from a tiny area of less than 1mm at roughly 20 minutes past the hour on the rim of the rose painted lid, the gilding is bright and without losses.
Ref: 12765/6 CM
Price: £24
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A Royal Worcester Fruit Painted Vase By Freeman, 1960.
A Royal Worcester porcelain vase, shape number H307, decorated with painted plums and black and red cherries against a mossy background by John Freeman.
Standing approximately 7.3/4"tall x 3.3/4"diameter, it has the black factory stamp for 1960 and is in very good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding is bright and has no losses.
Ref: 12752 BRC
Price: £595
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A Silver Pepperette In The Form Of A Seated Teddy Bear.
A quite rare and very appealing, Edwardian cast solid silver salt or pepper pot in the form of a sad looking teddy bear.
Measuring approximately 1.3/4"tall x 1.1/8"wide x 1"deep, it has clear well struck hallmarks to the body for Birmingham 1910 by Crisford and Norris and corresponding partial marks to the pull-off head. It is in very good condition with no damage, dents or solder repairs, the pull-off head fits snugly and securely and the detailing of the fur of the body is well defined and without significant wear.
Ref: 12774 URR
Price: £325
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