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9ct GOLD ENGLISH VESTA CASE.

9ct GOLD ENGLISH VESTA CASE.

A superb quality large vesta case much large than most, the case is beautifully engraved with floral designs, the obverse side is also engraved with the original owners initials GH. Gold hall marks for Chester 1907 and marked 9 & 375 for 9ct gold. Complete with suspension loop for attachment to a chain. No dents or damage, just about mint condition. [Condition: Mint]  read more

Code: 1749

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MARTIN BROTHERS CERAMIC JUG.

MARTIN BROTHERS CERAMIC JUG.

This Victorian jug stands at 5 inches in total height and is beautifully decorated with five birds and five flying insects in foliage designs. The base is marked, Martin Brothers London & Southall 1.1896. There is some damage to this jug but it is priced accordingly and would be worthy of restoration, in perfect condition this jug would easily be worth £1200.00 and probably more as Martin Broth...  read more

Code: 1748

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VICTORIAN NOVILTY SILVER SAWING SET.

VICTORIAN NOVILTY SILVER SAWING SET.

Modeled as a silver egg, the case is heavily chassed with floral designs. The hinged lid opens to reveal a sawing set comprising cotton on a fitted spindle and an attractive enameled thimble. Silver hallmarks for Birmingham 1880 and makers initials. Complete with silver suspension chain [Condition: Near Mint]  read more

Code: 1746

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NOVELTY EGG SCENT BOTTLE WITH SILVER MOUNTS.

NOVELTY EGG SCENT BOTTLE WITH SILVER MOUNTS.

A superb Victorian novelty ceramic egg with speckled decoration. Plain screw-off lid with silver hall marks for William Oliver Birmingham 1890. A very attractive and unusual item. [Condition: Mint]  read more

Code: 1745

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VICTORIAN NOVELTY SILVER PILL BOX.

VICTORIAN NOVELTY SILVER PILL BOX.

A suburb quality and highly detailed silver hall marked pill box which is appropriately modeled as a doctors Gladstone bag. Hinged lid and movable handle. Silver hall marks for Saunders & Shepherd Birmingham 1899. [Condition: Near Mint]  read more

Code: 1743

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PRATT POT LID, MAY DAY DANCERS AT THE SWAN INN.

PRATT POT LID, MAY DAY DANCERS AT THE SWAN INN.

A very nice coloured lid featuring a highly detailed picture of a village Inn with the villagers celebrating out side. A few tiny nicks to the flange edge but this is still a very nice lid. [Condition: Near Mint]  read more

Code: 1740

45.00 GBP

PICTORAL VICTORIAN CODD BOTTLE.

PICTORAL VICTORIAN CODD BOTTLE.

A good 10 oz size codd bottle embossed, C.COBLEYS, AERATED WATERS, MIDLAND ROAD, WELLINGBOROUGH, with the very large and impressive pictorial trade mark of a LION. I have a number of Cobleys codd bottles in stock by several different glass makers and also several small 6oz examples, so I can supply a pair if required. The price is for a single 10oz example and it will be my choice which one I s...  read more

Code: 1732

15.00 GBP

SILVER PHEASANT CARD HOLDER.

SILVER PHEASANT CARD HOLDER.

A superb silver hall marked model of a pheasant on decorative base. Silver import hall marks for London 1928 by Stockwell & co. The detail to the bird is exceptional. Height just over 2 inches. [Condition: Mint]  read more

Code: 1718

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MARTIN BROTHERS GROTESQUE TORTOISE INKWELL.

MARTIN BROTHERS GROTESQUE TORTOISE INKWELL.

This superb Martin Brothers inkwell is very similar in style to there famous grotesque spoon warmers. An exceptionally rare and highly desirable stoneware figure of a tortoise with human face in the typical Martin brothers grotesque style. The shell of the tortoise has a very attractive mottled brown glaze, the tortoise's human face is in a gray glaze with sinister looking eyes, snouty nose and...  read more

Code: 1706

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MARTIN BROTHERS MR PICKWICK FIGURE.

MARTIN BROTHERS MR PICKWICK FIGURE.

A highly detailed and very rare Martin Brothers stonware model of Mr Pickwick ( Charles Dickens character). This rare figure depicts Mr Pickwick asleep in a wheelbarrow, the detail is exceptional, Wallis Martin has even highlighted some of the creases in Mr Pickwick's coat in black paint before firing the figure. The back of the wheelbarrow is signed, R.W.Martin & Bro Southall 11.1914 and belo...  read more

Code: 1705

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