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Moving from left to right, the first is silver plated with a silver plated collar to the handle and some plating worn from the bowl ; the second is a fine robust example with silver plated mounts and a strong bone handle whilst the third is similar to the first but with no plating lost and engraved decoration to the bowl. All handles are securely fixed to the metalwork and the respective prices are : £18.00, £35.00 and £22.00. Just send us a message with your preference before paying and we will advise further.
A quality African carving depicting a fierce one-on-one attack by a lion, grasping the back of a buffalo. The sculpture itself showing much movement with the facial expressions of the two animals very lifelike to the situation. An excellent patina to the whole group. Height 9.5", overall width 10".
I'm Hector. I'm just coming up to three and a half years old and, although I say it myself, I'm a bit of a looker with a pedigree to prove it. However, my main role is to keep The Boss on his toes. He may know a bit about the antiques trade but it's really Tracey and yours truly who run the show - we just let him believe that he does. So, if you're passing Haugh Head, drop in and say hello and if you happen to have a few (non-chocolate) biscuits in your pocket, all the better.
Copper base with turned wooden handle, this implement used for hand washing (possing) clothes in soapy water by pounding up and down as an alternative to a washboard. In very good condition, the copper base stamped with the model 'Simplex No. 6' being the smallest of its type, the copper base and wooden handle becoming larger as the model number reduced.
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"
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 standard work on this subject, written by Geoffrey Godden FRSA and published by Barrie & Jenkins, London. In very clean condition and with original dust cover.
Retaining full colour throughout, the scene shows the young Nelson saying farewell to his grandmother as he leaves to join his ship as a Midshipman in 1771. From the original painting by Geo. W. Joy. The frame is original to the period, this print being published around 1900. Dusty but in very good condition.
The fluted body in very good condition, both items bearing the puce factory mark, correct to period. Circa 1790.
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