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17 October 2017
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A Pair Of Royal Worcester Pin Dishes Of Maritime Interest.
A pair of Royal Worcester porcelain pin dishes showing printed images of the steamships Agamemnon and Orestes from the fleet of The Blue Funnel Line, 1866-1988.
Founded by Alfred Holt, it was his ambition to provide a fast and economical steamship service to and from China and the far East, an ambition in which he succeeded far beyond his dreams, creating a world renowned Liverpool based company.
The pin dishes measure 3.7/8"diameter x 3/4"deep and have the black factory stamp for circa 1965-1970, so may well have been produced in 1966 to commemorate the centenary of the Company. They are in very good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration, and the gilding is virtually without wear.
Ref: 11802/0R
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A Pair Of Royal Worcester Porcelain Trumpet-Shape Vases By James Stinton
A super pair of Royal Worcester porcelain vases, shape number G923, with very well painted cock and hen pheasants in a sparsely wooded setting by James Stinton.
With puce factory stamp for 1921, they stand approximately 9"tall x 4.5"wide at their broadest points and have no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding is in excellent condition.
Ref: 11822DAR
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A Pair Of Royal Worcester Rose Painted Vases By M Blake.
A fine pair of Royal Worcester porcelain trumpet shaped vases, shape number G923, with very well painted rose and foliage decoration by May Blake.
Standing approximately 7.5/8"tall x 4"diameter, they both have the dark green factory stamp for 1912 and are in excellent condition with no damage, crazing or restoration, and the gilding is bright and virtually without wear.
Ref: 11888BAR
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A Pair Of Royal Worcester Sheep Painted Lidded Vases By John Stinton.
A true pair of Royal Worcester porcelain lidded vases, shape number G788, with attractively painted scenes of sheep in mountainous Scottish settings by John Stinton.
Standing approximately 8.3/4"overall height x 4.1/4"diameter, they have the dark green factory stamp for circa 1891 and are in excellent condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding shows virtually no signs of wear.
Ref: 11849UDCC
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A Pair Of Royal Worcester Stork Painted Vases By W. Powell.
A lovely, true pair of Royal Worcester porcelain vases, shape number H287, with superbly painted all around depictions of wading storks in palm tree fringed oasis settings by the very talented specialist painter, Walter Powell.
Standing approximately 6.5/8"tall x 3.1/4"diameter, they have the dark green factory stamp for 1910 and both are in excellent condition with no damage, crazing or restoration, and apart from what may be some wear to the handles or could be the original matt effect finish, the gilding is in very good condition.
Ref: 11833ULCC
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A Pair Of Royal Worcester Two Handled Bird Decorated Vases, Initialled "TR".
A good pair of Royal Worcester two handled vases, shape number 1021, very well decorated with a perched owl and a jay(?), the branches and backgrounds with extensive gilding. Both bases are initialled in gilt "TR" for foreman gilder George Topham Roberts.
Standing approximately 6"high x 3.1/2"diameter, they both have the puce factory stamp for 1887 and are in very good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration, and the gilding is virtually without wear.
Ref: 11948ECC
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A Pair Of Royal Worcester Vases With Wading Stork Decoration By Walter Powell.
A fabulous pair of Royal Worcester porcelain vases, shape number H179, with very well painted all around decoration of wading storks in a wooded riverside setting by the specialist artist, Walter Powell.
Standing approximately 16.1/2"overall height x 5.1/2"wide over the handles, and with the dark green factory stamp for 1903, they are in excellent condition with no damage, crazing or restoration, and the gilding shows virtually no sign of wear. The matched porcelain lids are almost exact copies of the Royal Worcester originals, and finish the vases beautifully.
Ref: 11037ERBB
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A Pair Of Silver Bon-Bon Dishes, Birmingham 1912.
A useful pair of solid silver bon-bon dishes, with attractive "C" scroll and flower embossed decoration.
Standing approximately 5.1/4"long x 3.5/8"wide x 7/8" deep and with well struck, clear hallmarks for Birmingham 1912 by G.M Co, they are in very good condition with no damage, repairs or dinks.
Ref: 12010AU
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A Pair Of Silver Novelty Salt And Pepper Pots By SAMPSON MORDAN. Chester 1899.
A good pair of Victorian solid silver, novelty salt and pepper pots in the form of chicks, with pull-off heads for filling.
Measuring approximately 1.1/2"long x 1.1/4"wide x 1.1/2" tall, they are fully hallmarked to both the heads and bodies for Chester 1899 by the highly regarded Sampson Mordan Company, and are in excellent condition with very well detailed plumage and no damage, dents or solder repairs.
Ref: 12664 EMR
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A Pair Of Silver Plated Armorial Wine Coolers.
A handsome and impressive pair of campana shape silver plated wine coolers with twin handles and armorial crests, all raised on pedestal feet.
Standing approximately 10" tall x 9"wide over the handles and dating from the first half of the 20th century, they are in excellent condition with no damage, dents or solder repairs.
Ref: 12500LBE
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A Pair Of Silver Salt And Pepper Pots In The Form Of Owls.
A good pair of solid silver salt and pepper pots in the form of owls with well detailed bodies, glass eyes and screw-off bases for filling.
Measuring approximately 2"tall x 1"wide at the bases, they have full hallmarks to the bodies for Chester 1912 by J. C. Vickery with corresponding partial hallmarks to the screw-off bases, and are in very good condition with no damage, dents or solder repairs.
Ref: 12663BME
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A Pair Of Solid Silver Edwardian Bon-Bon Dishes
An attractive pair of Edwardian silver bon-bon dishes, with pierced sides, scalloped wavy edge and cherub head decoration. Hallmarked for Birmingham 1911 by Levi and Salomen, they measure approximately 5.1/2"wide x 1.3/4" high, weigh 4.1/4 troy ounces and are in good condition with no damage or repairs and only one very slight ding to the base of one of the bowls.
Ref: 11715UCC
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A Pair Of Victorian Double Crested Silver Candlesticks, Sheffield 1846.
A handsome pair of early Victorian loaded silver candlesticks in Georgian four shell style, and of good size and proportions standing approximately 11" tall on 4.1/2" shaped square bases.
They are fully hallmarked to the bases and the separate sconces for Sheffield 1846 by Henry Wilkinson & Co. and are in very good condition with no damage or repair and only a few pin-head size dinks as witness to their 167 years of age. Interestingly, they have two family crests to each candlestick, which was usually a sign of them being given to commemorate the coming together/marriage between members of two wealthy or important families.
Ref: 9932NRM
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A Pair Of Victorian Silver Fish Servers, Birmingham 1859/60 By John Gilbert.
A good pair of substantial quality, Victorian solid silver bladed fish servers, with hallmarked loaded silver handles and very attractively pierced and engraved decoration.
The knife measures approximately 13.1/4"long x 2.3/8"wide, the fork 9.1/4"long x 2"wide, and both have clear and well struck hallmarks for Birmingham 1859/60 by John Gilbert. The handles are firm and without movement, and apart from a few dings and light rubbing to the engraved handles, the pair are in lovely condition with no damage or repair.
Ref: 10099UEA
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A Pair Of Victorian Silver Miniature Monteith Bowls, London 1881.
An attractive pair of Victorian solid silver miniature bowls in the style of Monteith, with applied cast undulating rims and cherub head decoration.
Measuring approximately 2.1/4"diameter x 2.1/4"tall, they are hallmarked for London 1881 by Charles Stuart Harris and are in good condition with no damage, dents or solder repairs.
Ref: 12690 ONE
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A Pair Of Victorian Silver Salts, Birmingham 1892.
A pair of Victorian solid silver pedestal salts with eight-sided, half fluted and gilt bowls. Measuring approximately 2.3/4"long x 1.3/4"wide x 1.1/2"tall and weighing 33gms each, they are hallmarked for Birmingham 1892 by Ahronsberg Bros. Apart from the slight rubbing to the hallmarks and one or two tiny pinprick-size dinks, they are in very good condition with no damage or repairs.
Ref: 11454AD
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A Pair Of Victorian Silver Salts, London 1876.
An attractive pair of Victorian solid silver open salts of elegant navette shape on pedestal foot, with gilt interiors.
Measuring approximately 4.3/4"wide over the handles x 2.1/4"deep x 2.3/4"tall, they are fully hallmarked for London 1876 by the well regarded Martin Hall Co. and are in very good condition with no damage, dents or solder repairs and the gilding to the interiors is a good mellow colour.
Ref: 12830 NA
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A Pair Of Worcester Lidded Tureens And Stands Circa 1770.
A very attractive small pair of Worcester oval form lidded tureens on stands, decorated in underglaze blue and white with a mixture of "The Three Flowers" and "The Rose-Centred Spray" decoration.
The underplates measure approximately 7"long x 5.1/4"wide x 1"deep and the tureens with their lids measure 5.1/4"long x 3.1/2"wide x 3"overall height, with the underplates and the tureen bodies having the factory hatched crescent mark. Other than the usual small losses from a few of the petal tips, they are all in excellent condition with no damage, chips, hairlines, crazing or restoration.
Ref: 12847+8 EBC
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A Rams Horn Table Snuff Mull.
A handsome and substantial, late 19th or early 20th century silver plate mounted rams horn snuff mull, the horn of good colour and patination. Dating to circa 1890-1920, it stands approximately 9.3/4"long x 7"high x 8"wide and is in very good condition with no damage or repairs.
Ref: 11848MER
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A Rare And Substantial Royal Worcester Sheep Painted Vase By H. Davis.
A very impressive Royal Worcester porcelain lidded vase shape number H111, which is listed as "rare" in "James Hadley and Sons" by Peter Woodger, with a finely painted scene of two black-faced sheep and their lamb in a mountainous Scottish setting by Harry Davis.
Apart from the lovely painting of the sheep, to give a better idea of the overall quality of the vase, the handles are formed as well detailed Lampreys and the gilded areas of the neck and the foot are actually comprised of a matt gilt finish and a bright gilt finish, forming a floral patterned overall effect. Truly an excellent exhibition of the skill of the gilder.
It stands approximately 14.1/2"overall height x 6.1/2"diameter with the dark green factory stamp for 1908, and is in very good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration, and the gilding is in good condition apart from some loss to the area where the lid sits, which is not visible when the lid is in place. It was stated by the vendor that the finial of the lid was knocked off by them, and they had it professionally re-attached, so please be aware of this, even though nothing shows.
Ref: 11866EBCC
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