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12 December 2018
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A George IV Silver Snuff Box By Nathaniel Mills.
A good quality, George IV solid silver snuff box by the highly respected specialist maker, Nathaniel Mills. Measuring 2.1/8"long x 1.1/4"wide x 7/16"deep, it is fully and clearly hallmarked for Birmingham 1825 and it has some light wear to the engine turned decoration to the area left of the cartouche and scratching to the cartouche where initials may have been removed, and four dings to the inside of the lid, but these are shallow and do not show on the exterior surface. Other than this it is in very good condition, with the hinge being smooth and tight and the lid closing snugly and securely.
Ref: 11288MRU
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A George IV Silver Vinaigrette By T. Shaw.
A good quality, solid silver vinaigrette with superbly pierced and engraved grille. Measuring approximately 1.1/2"long x 1.1/8"wide x 3/8"deep, it has good clear hallmarks for Birmingham 1827 by Thomas Shaw and is in very good condition with no damage or repair, the lid fits smoothly and snugly, the decoration is still well defined and the silver-gilt finish to the interior is bright and clean.
Ref: 11415UAR
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A George IV Solid Silver Vinaigrette.
A good, George IV silver vinaigrette, with super quality cast silver-gilt grille. Measuring approximately 1.1/8" long x 3/4" wide x 7/16" deep, it is hallmarked for Birmingham 1825 by Joseph Carnell and is in good condition, with both hinges working well and the lid closing firmly and flush all around. The engraved decoration to the lid shows signs of regular handling, and the rectangular cartouche may have been lightly engraved at one time, but is now clear and available to be re-personalised should the new owner desire.
Ref: 11206URB
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A GeorgeIV SCOTTISH Silver Punch Ladle.
A good, Scottish silver punch ladle with twisted whalebone handle, the overall length being 15.5". It carries full hallmarks for Glasgow 1821 with makers mark "R.D", possibly for Robert Duncan, and is in excellent condition with no damage or repairs.
Ref: 9535MUR
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A Georgian, Double Knop Air-Twist Stem Wine Glass.
A Georgian, pointed-funnel bowl wine glass, with double annular knop, air-twist stem and plain conical foot. Dating from circa 1750, it stands approximately 6" tall, with 2.1/8" maximum diameter bowl and 2.5/8" diameter foot, and is of good colour and weight. There are no chips or damage, and neither the rim nor the footrim have been ground or reduced.
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A Georgian, Engraved Round Funnel Bowl Wine Glass.
A fine, engraved Georgian round funnel bowl wine glass dating to circa 1765, the stem of double series opaque twist form, comprising a 15 ply spiral band outside a pair of heavy spiral threads. Standing on a plain conical foot and measuring approximately 6.1/2" tall x 1.7/8" maximum bowl diameter and 3" foot diameter, it is of lovely weight, colour and proportions, and is in excellent condition with no chips or damage, and neither the rim nor the footrim have been ground or reduced.
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A Georgian, Fluted Base Ogee Bowl, Folded Foot Wine Glass, Cica 1745.
A good, Georgian plain stem wine glass, the ogee bowl with fluted base and having well engraved fruiting vine. Standing on a conical, folded foot, it measures approximately 5.7/8"tall x 2" maximum diameter bowl and 2.7/8" diameter foot, and dates to circa 1745. It is of good colour, weight and proportions and is in excellent condition with no chips or damage, and neither the rim nor the foot have been ground or reduced.
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A Georgian, Trumpet Bowl Wine Flute.
A very elegant, Georgian trumpet bowl wine flute, with a double series opaque twist stem, comprising a pair of heavy spiral threads, outside a lace twist. The glass stands approximately 7.1/2" tall and dates to circa 1760, with the bowl measuring 2.1/2" maximum diameter and the plain conical foot 2.7/8" diameter, and is of good colour and weight. It is in excellent condition with no chips or damage, and neither the rim nor footrim have been ground or reduced.
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A Good George III Silver Coffee Pot, London 1762 By William Cafe.
A good quality and attractive early George III solid silver coffee pot of baluster shape, with elegant cast silver spout and handle sockets and what seems to be the original fruitwood handle.
Measuring approximately 10.3/4"tall x 8.1/2"wide over the spout and handle, it weighs a substantial 27 ozs. and is hallmarked for London 1762 by William Cafe. It is in very good condition with no dents, damage or solder repairs, the handle is firm and without movement and there is no thinning to the body or any other sign of removal or erasure of inscriptions or initials.
Ref: 12932 CALB
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A Good Pair Of Royal Worcester Blush Ivory Flower Holders.
A lovely quality pair of Royal Worcester blush ivory porcelain vases, shape number 1639. They stand upon pedestal bases, with the reticulated rim bodies supported upon stems formed as three dolphins and decorated with very well painted spring flowers.
Measuring approximately 8.3/4"tall x 4"diameter across the bases, they have the puce factory stamp for 1898 and are in excellent condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding is bright and virtually without wear.
Ref: 12066BDE
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A Good Royal Worcester Blush-Ivory Flower Holder, 1900.
An attractively shaped Royal Worcester blush-ivory porcelain flower holder with handle, shape number 1880, decorated with painted summer flowers.
Standing approximately 3.3/4"tall x 2.1/2"diameter, it has the dark green factory stamp for 1900 and is in excellent condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding is bright and virtually without wear.
Ref: 12636EC
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A Good Sized Worcester Bowl With Painted " Precipice" Pattern Decoration, Circa 1770.
A Worcester porcelain bowl, decorated with the desirable underglaze blue and white "Precipice" pattern decoration.
Measuring approximately 8" diameter x 3.1/4"deep, it has the factory open crescent painted mark to the base dating to circa 1765-1775, and is in very good condition for it's age with no damage, cracks or restoration.
Ref: 12869 CDC
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A Good, Victorian Silver Game-Bird Skewer With Crest, Birmingham 1880.
An attractive, Victorian solid silver game-bird skewer with ring terminal, original crest and decoratively engraved haft.
Measuring approximately 6.1/8"long x 7/8"wide at the ring terminal, it is hallmarked for Birmingham 1880 by Elkingtons and is in lovely condition being straight with no dents, damages or repairs and looks to be virtually unused.
Ref: 9273RC
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A Grainger & Co. Royal China Works, Worcester Bird Painted Vase 1894.
An attractive, Grainger & Co, Royal China Works, Worcester porcelain vase, shape number G161, with a nicely painted scene of a robin (?) about to alight on an autumnal leafy branch with gilded highlights.
Measuring approximately 2.3/4"tall x 3.1/8"diameter, it has the dark green factory stamp for 1894 and is in excellent condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding is virtually without wear.
Ref: 12307EC
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A Grainger & Co. Royal China Works, Worcester Rose Painted Vase, Date 1892
An attractive Grainger & Co. Royal China Works, Worcester ivory ground porcelain vase, shape number G161, with a nicely painted scene of a yellow rose and foliage against a light blue background.
Measuring approximately 2.5/8"tall x 3.1/8"diameter, it has the dark green factory stamp for 1892 and is in good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration, and only a little wear to the gilding as shown in pictures 3 and 4.
Ref: 12308EC
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A Grainger Royal China Works, Worcester Lowland Cattle Painted Vase By John Stinton.
An excellent Grainger's Worcester porcelain vase, shape number G998, with a fine painted scene of Lowland cattle grazing in a water meadow by John Stinton. Although bought and owned by Royal Worcester since 1889, this vase with the factory date code for 1902,would have been one of the last manufactured at Grainger's old St. Martin's Gate factory prior to its closure and transfer of staff and equipment into the Royal Worcester factory in 1902, and the subsequent sale in of the premises in 1903.
Standing approximately 11"tall x 6"wide over the handles, it is in excellent condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding is bright and shows virtually no wear.
Ref: 11899UERC
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A Grainger's Royal Worcester "Feathered Hat" Candle Snuffer.
A Grainger's Royal Worcester porcelain "Feathered Hat" candle snuffer, shape number G178.
Measuring approximately 2.3/4"wide x 2.5/8"tall, it has the black factory stamp for 1892 and is in excellent condition with no damage, scratches, crazing or restoration
Ref: 12325BD
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A Graingers' Royal Worcester 6 Lobed Reticulated Pot Pourri On Triform Base.
A lovely Graingers' Royal Worcester 6 lobed ivory-ground lidded pot pourri, shape number 2481, the body and knop with finely pierced decoration and the body and cover with very well painted birds perched on gilded branches.
Standing approximately 10.1/4"overall height x 5.3/4"diameter, it has the black factory stamp to both body and cover for circa 1890 and is in very good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding shows only slight signs of wear where the lid sits.
Ref: 12439BRC
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A Grainger's Royal Worcester Blue Tit Painted Ivory Vase.
An attractive, Grainger's Royal Worcester ivory ground porcelain vase, shape number G161, with a nicely painted depiction of a blue tit perched on a gilded branch.
Standing approximately 2.5/8"tall x 3.1/4"diameter, it has the dark green factory stamp for 1899 and is in excellent condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding is bright and without wear.
Ref: 12039LC
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A Graingers Royal Worcester Cattle Painted Vase.
A most attractive Graingers Royal Worcester porcelain vase and lid, shape number 1044G, with well painted Highland Cattle in a mountainous Scottish setting by the pre-eminent John Stinton Junior. Standing 11.25" tall to the top of the finial, and with dark green factory stamp for circa 1903, it is in excellent condition with no damage or restoration and only a tiny bit of wear to the gilding of the surface on which the lid sits.
Ref: 11096DCC
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