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A Fine And Substantial Victorian Silver Monteith, London 1901 Weighing 124 Ounces!!!
A massive, Victorian solid silver monteith style punchbowl with arcaded rim and half fluted body, a vacant cartouche which shows no signs of ever having been engraved and a super pair of well modelled, cast silver lion-mask handles.
Measuring 14.1/2"diameter x 10.3/4"tall excluding the ebonised plinth, it is hallmarked for London 1901 by Edward Barnard & Sons and is without damage or repairs and again excluding the plinth, it weighs a huge 124 avoir ounces on standard scales which converts to 113 troy ounces. Monteiths of this size and quality are seldom seen on the open market.
Ref: 12274REEC
Price: £9,650
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A Miniature Royal Worcester Fruit Painted Teapot By Roberts.
An attractive, miniature Royal Worcester porcelain teapot with well painted fruit decoration by William Roberts.
Standing approximately 3.1/8"tall x 4"wide over the spout and handle, it has the black factory stamp for 1955 and is in excellent condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding is bright and virtually without wear.
Ref: 12210MCC
Price: £395
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A Silver Mounted Cut Glass Claret Jug, Sheffield 1918.
An attractive, solid silver mounted claret jug with well cut and elegantly shaped and moulded glass body.
Standing approximately 10.1/4"overall height x 6.1/4" wide, it has well struck and clear hallmarks for Sheffield 1918 by W & G Sissons and is in excellent condition with no damage or repairs to the silver and the glass body is without chips or cracks.
Ref: 12033LRU
Price: £685
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A Lalique, France "Roscoff" Glass Bowl.
A magnificent, post 1945 large "Roscoff" clear glass bowl 14"diameter x 2.1/2"deep signed to the centre Lalique, France, and in very good condition with no chips, cracks or repairs.
Ref:- MARCILHAC PAGE 306 No 10-383.
Ref: 12034BMR
Price: £395
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A Royal Worcester Highland Cattle Painted Pot Pourri And Cover By H. Stinton.
An attractive, Royal Worcester porcelain pot pourri and cover, shape number H279, decorated with a well painted scene of Highland Cattle grazing in a mountainous Scottish setting by Harry Stinton.
Standing approximately 5.1/4"tall to the top of the finial x 3.3/4"diameter, it has the puce factory stamp for circa 1913 and is in excellent condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding is bright and without wear.
Ref: 11970LRC
Price: £985
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King, Henry John Yeend, 1855-1924. "Cattle in a meadow with a village church in the distance", watercolour signed bottom right. Visual image 22" x 14.1/4", frame size 29" x 21.3/4".
Yeend King was a London based landscape and rustic genre painter. He exhibited from 1874 to 1924 at The Royal Academy, The Society of British Artists, The New Watercolour society and elsewhere. Elected Member of the Royal Society of British Artists in 1879 and to The Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours where he became Vice-President.
Works by him are in The Tate Gallery, The Walker Gallery and Sheffield.
Ref: 9519ENM
Price: £395
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A Royal Worcester Fruit Painted Vase By W Ricketts.
An attractive Royal Worcester porcelain vase, shape number 2317, with well painted fruit decoration by William Ricketts.
Standing approximately 8.1/2"tall x 3.3/4"diameter, it has the puce factory stamp for 1916 and is in very good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding is virtually without wear.
Ref: 11026ACL
Price: £985
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An Early Victorian Silver Double Inkstand, London 1845.
An very good quality, early Victorian solid silver double inkstand of generous size with two silver topped cut glass inkwells flanking the central sarcophogus-shaped storage compartment, its reversible lid with flame topped final to one side, the other with candleholder.
Measuring approximately 10"long x 6.1/2"wide x 4.3/4"overall height with hallmarks for London 1845 by the Barnard Brothrs, it is in very good condition with no damage or repairs and clear hallmarks to the silver, the elegantly shaped inkwells with small chips to the four corners of the waist none of which are unsightly.
Ref: 11138LDR
Price: £695
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A George III Silver "Lisbon" Bottle Label By E. Morley.
A George III solid silver "Lisbon" bottle label with reeded edge by Elizabeth Morley, hallmarked for London 1810.
Measuring approximately 1.1/2"long x 3/4"wide, it is in very good condition with no damage or repairs and the hallmarks are well struck and easily read.
Ref: 11430AA
Price: £115
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A Silver Pin Cushion In The Form Of A Duck By Adie & Lovekin.
A good, solid silver pin cushion in the form of a swimming duck by the specialist manufacturers Adie & Lovekin Ltd, hallmarked for Birmingham 1921.
Measuring approximately 2.1/4"long x 7/8"wide x 1.1/4"tall, it retains its original cushion which shows some wear but still has plenty of life left in it, is in very good condition with no repairs or dents, the feather decoration to the body is still crisp and the hallmarks are clear and legible with only the makers mark less well struck.
Ref: 10298MCB
Price: £295
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A Royal Worcester "Monk" Candlesnuffer.
A Royal Worcester porcelain candlesnuffer in the form of a monk.
Standing approximately 4.7/8""tall x 1.3/4"wide and with the puce factory stamp for 1911, it is in very good condition with no damage, scratches, crazing or restoration.
Ref: 11828RA
Price: £68
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A Royal Worcester Cattle Painted Vase By H. Stinton.
An attractive, Royal Worcester porcelain vase, shape number H307, with a pair of well painted Highland Cattle grazing in a mountainous Scottish setting, by Harry Stinton.
Standing approximately 8.1/8"tall x 3.3/4"diameter, it has the dark green factory stamp for 1912 and is in good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration, but the gilding showing a little unevenness and wear to the neck.
Ref: 11976NCC
Price: £985
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A Royal Worcester Flower Painted Vase By Chivers.
An attractive Royal Worcester porcelain two handled vase, shape number 1539, decorated with well painted dahlias by Frederick Chivers.
Standing approximately 6.1/8"tall x 3.1/4"diameter, it has the puce factory stamp for 1903 and is in very good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration, and the gilding shows only the slightest signs of wear.
Ref: 11956MLN
Price: £295
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A Royal Worcester Floral Painted Cabinet Plate By W. Hale.
A Royal Worcester shaped edge porcelain cabinet plate, with an excellently painted study of summer flowers and foliage by William Hale.
Measuring approximately 8.1/4"diameter x 3/4"deep, it has the puce factory stamp for 1931 and is in good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration, and the gilding is bright but does show some rubbing to the rim.
Ref: 11921UMR
Price: £215
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A Royal Worcester Rose Painted Vase By Southall.
A fine Royal Worcester porcelain lidded vase, shape number 2307, with very well painted rose decoration by Jack Southall.
Standing a substantial 12"overall height x 4.3/4"wide, it has the puce factory stamp for 1909 and is in excellent condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding is bright and clean with virtually no wear.
Ref: 11918ERC
Price: £495
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A Victorian Cranberry Glass, Silver Mounted Scent Bottle.
An attractive, Victorian silver mounted cranberry glass scent bottle with clear glass stopper.
Standing approximately 2.5/8"tall x 5/8"diameter, it is hallmarked for London 1885 and is in good condition, with snug fitting lid and firm hinge, the hallmarks are somewhat rubbed but legible and the glass is without cracks or chips and has only a couple of tiny nicks to the base.
Ref: NSGMH
Price: £95
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A Royal Worcester Ewer, With Cattle Painted Decoration By H Stinton.
A tall and elegant Royal Worcester reticulated neck porcelain ewer, shape number 1587, with very well painted Highland Cattle in mountainous Scottish scenery by Harry Stinton.
Standing approximately 12.1/4"tall x 5.1/2"wide over the handle, it has the puce factory stamp for circa 1911 and is in excellent condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding is bright and virtually unworn.
Ref: 11876MURL
Price: £2,650
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A Worcester Two-Handled Painted Sauceboat, Circa 1755-17860.
An early Worcester press-moulded, two handled porcelain sauceboat, with painted "Two-Handled Sauceboat Landscape" pattern decoration.
Standing approximately 7.1/2"long x 6.1/2"overall width x 3.1/2"deep and dating to circa 1755-1760, it has a painted workman's mark and is in very good condition with no damage or restoration.
Ref: 10593RLR
Price: £480
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A Worcester Painted Patty Pan, Circa 1765-1770.
A good, Worcester patty pan with underglaze painted "peony" decoration and border pattern number 30. Dating to circa 1765-1775, it has the open crescent factory mark, measures approximately 4" diameter x 1.1/8" deep and is in very good condition with no damage, chips, cracks or restoration.
Pans such as this held little patties (pastry crusts) the size of a tea cup that covered a variety of fillings from fruit tarts to meat and fish patties.
Ref: GMH
Price: £293
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A Royal Worcester Blush-Ivory Porcelain Comport Titled "Africa".
A Royal Worcester blush-ivory ground porcelain comport, shape number (1)248, which is listed in Henry Sandons Royal Worcester 1862 to the present book as "Girl Comport, Africa", and given the designation of rare.
Standing approximately 7"tall x 6.1/2"wide x 7"deep, it has the puce factory stamp for 1889 and is in very good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding shows only very slight wear.
Ref: NS/GD
Price: £475
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