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Cut glass inkwell bodies with collars and hinged lids in HM silver for London 1886, made by Asprey & Company. Excellent quality with a couple of miniscule nibbles to two corners..
Colour co-ordinated to produce a most attractive item of jewellery, the whole in excellent condition.
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.
These buttons, approx. 30mm in diameter, have ivory inlaid fine detail of wild animals - please see the photographs. The buttons are 'stitch on' types, all in undamaged condition.
A two fold hardback folder containing signal pad and complete with contemporary Chinagraph pencils in several colours with spare leads. Government issue with Army forms entirely of the period. The retaining strap present, the buckle showing signs of rust. A completely genuine piece of WW2 kit.
In polished form, a good representative example of this mineral in very good condition. Height 18cm.
A generous specimen showing all the features of this fascinating mineral, in very good condition. Length 18cm, height 7cm.
One boy and one girl, each in traditional highland dress and in excellent condition. Height 18cm.
In three volumes, contained in their own hard box covering. Published by The Softback Preview by arrangement with Oxford University Press. Very little use - in excellent condition.
Traditional double-ended silver plated picks in excellent condition and quite the implement for winkling out those elusive pieces of lobster meat. In their original fitted case. Two picks with lobster engraving to the central handle the remaining four plain.
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