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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.
Often described as 'a nurses' buckle', this example in continental silver with elaborate relief decoration of tropical animals. In excellent condition and probably of around .800 silver.
Court mounted for mess dress wear on a double mounting bar with pin fixing. In excellent condition, the ribbons very clean - not modern copies.
A subdued (blackened) example of the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers cap badge bearing the red and white hackle of the Royal Northumberland Fusiliers. The badge itself in anodised aluminium dating from the 1970s/80s. In excellent condition.
In exceptional condition and good working order. Roman chapter ring, top wind with secondary dial seconds hand. Serviced and running to time, the case in unmarked condition, the face without scratches or enamel chips. A superb example of this affordable timepiece.
From the series Daily Mail Official War Pictures, this example in excellent condition and very rare to the Royal Naval Air Service. The reverse unused and also in excellent condition.
Reflecting the skill and attention to detail of the miniaturist. Hand scripted in ink on paper and measuring 2.5cm x 2cm and contained in a modern protective glazed frame.
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.
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