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A traditional oak framed tantalus with falling front and complete with key. Three matching spirit decanters, each with its silver plated label - Whisky, Gin & Brandy. Some nibbling to decanters and one decanter with a chip, nothing detracting from either the items looks or use. A good example with, fortunately, all matching decanters.
From Russia's premier porcelain factory and manufactured during the period of the Soviet Union. In poised striking position, the rear body curled. In excellent condition and bearing maker's mark to base. Height 6"
12" diameter with no signs of wear, in good condition and free from chips, cracks or other damage. Vibrant colour overall with maker's mark to reverse.
Half size Stilton dish and cover (approx. 8" diameter) with cover completely enveloping the raised circular base. The cover with fine quality silver plated handle retained with a threaded bolt and wing nut. The dark blue Jasper decoration in fine condition with no signs of damage, the maker's mark impressed to the base.
In excellent condition with no chips, cracks or restoration. The green ground decorated in traditional wire framed floral subject, the base bearing both impressed and paper label maker's marks.
The fluted body in very good condition, both items bearing the puce factory mark, correct to period. Circa 1790.
Sold as a lot, please examine the photographs. No chips or cracks evident in any of the items.
From the estate of a retired British Army officer who left India in 1947. Small figures, all different, of Indian religious significance. Each in good condition, one with a small chip to base (see photograph). Sold as a lot of 4. Height of tallest figure is 5cm.
In excellent condition and bearing the maker's impressed mark to the base. The applied advertising images completely intact with no evidence of use or wear.
In bone china, this part service comprises comport, fruit basket, entree dish and 8 dessert plates of the service made for the Coronation celebrations of George IV at The Brighton Pavilion in 1821 . All pieces bearing the SPODE mark with correct pattern number 3248. An opportunity to acquire several exclusive pieces of Regency history. Items in very good condition retaining gilding and heavily coloured decoration, one plate with a rim chip, otherwise undamaged. The 11 pieces sold together as one lot.
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