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Cut glass body with deep cut decoration. The HM silver top with snap-closed catch completely intact and a firm seal - a very high quality scent bottle or perhaps a vinaigrette.
ex Atheneum Club, these miniature carafe style water vessels specifically used for service with Whisky. In heavy, fine quality cut glass and showing little or no signs of wear, these items are rarely seen on the market. The price is for THE PAIR.
An attractive wall pocket decorated in pastel coloured flowers and foliage with suspension hole to back and a clear manufacturer's mark. In very good condition without wear, chips or cracks. An unusual Maling design from the 1930s.
Comprising two plates, the first being octagonal and commemorating the commencement in 1886 of the Golden Jubilee Year, in monotone grey, the second the 1897 Diamond Jubilee in pastel colours. The plaque also commemorating the 1897 Diamond Jubilee with two holes at top for wall hanging, in a multi-coloured palette. All three transfer printed, in excellent condition, no back marks and without chips or cracks. (3)
A fine quality rectangular part hobnail cut spirit decanter with canted corners. Height 7" and 4" square. In exceptional condition. 2nd quarter of the 19th century.
5.5" high with no damage or repair. Filler hole missing its cork and with original colour still vivid. A traditional Toby model.
5.25" high and 4.75" width at girth. A hunting scene in relief on white ground with a gloss brown upper band. The whole in excellent condition with no damage or restoration. Impressed maker's mark to base. A good, honest 19th century jug.
3.25" high x 2.75" diameter (at max) each complete with matching lid. Decorated in red with the following labelling in black : Baking Powder, Pepper, Sage, Cherries and one blank. Tiny nibbles and occasional surface flaking to red applied decoration but overall in very good condition. (5)
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