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Georgian Sterling Silver Christening Footed Baby Cup

Antiques: Decorative Art: Metals: Silver: Sterling: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1246911 (stock#BJgeorgeCup)

Georgian Sterling Silver Christening Footed Baby Cup
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Heirloom Estate Services
Raleigh, NC, USA



$590 

Rare English, circa 1824, footed Georgian christening mug with a foliate capped double scroll handle. The body is chased and embossed with rose and leaf motif. In excellent condition, it measures about 3 3/8th high b 2 3/4" diameter at the mouth. Hallmarked.


Scarce Antique Georgian Giardinetti Ring

Estate Jewelry: Gold: Pre Victorian: Pre 1800   item# 1245871 (stock#12004)

Scarce Antique Georgian Giardinetti Ring
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Moylan-Smelkinson/The Spare Room
tel. 410-435-3738



$7270.00 

Giardinetti means "little garden" and this ring is a lovely example of this genre which was popular in the mid 18th century. The flower basket is topaz and the flowers and leaves are set with rubies, emeralds and rose diamonds set in 15K gold. This ring dates to 1770 and is a size 6.


Georgian Carnelian Seal Fob

Estate Jewelry: Gold: Pre Victorian: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1245521 (stock#J1804)

Georgian Carnelian Seal Fob
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Bedell & Co.
303-939-9292



$1,800 

Circa 1830, this hand-carved carnelian seal features a coat of arms. It is set in solid 15k rose gold. It is in excellent condition with no damage to the seal or case. The oval seal measures approximately 1" long and .75" wide. The fob is approximately 1.75" tall. It is the perfect companion to a long rose-gold guard chain like item #J1780.


English Georgian Mahogany Wash Basin Stand

Antiques: Furnishings: Furniture: English: Georgian: Pre 1800   item# 1243973 (stock#5A159C)

English Georgian Mahogany Wash Basin Stand
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Lilly Parker Antiques, Inc.
(703)+356-3302



$750.00 

English Georgian period Mahogany Basin or Wash stand, 32" high, 11" diameter-top, 22" wide with Cabriole legs-maximum measurement, Washing bowl sitting on the top frame, the pitcher rest on the bottom indented stand, and triangle shape dovetailed deep drawer with brass drop handle is between two(2) stands. Heavy duty metal braces on the bottom of three Cabriole legs supporting turned vertical columns. The condition is good, some dents, shows old patina in the wood.


Late Georgian sewing reel holder with drawer

Antiques: Instruments and Implements: Sewing: Pre 1800   item# 1241247 (stock#2116)

Late Georgian sewing reel holder with drawer
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China Rose Antiques
0407527857



AUD$685.00 

This late Georgian reel holder is veneered in mahogany and has a single full depth drawer.It stands on four ball feet and is 233mm high to the top of the reel posts. The width is 147mm and the depth is 186mm. It has retained its original patina. The reels are supported on thick copper wire. There are several names written in pencil on the sides and bottom of the drawer-perhaps previous owners. C 1780.


Group of Tea Caddies, mostly Georgian

Antiques: Furnishings: Accessories: Boxes: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1240978

Group of Tea Caddies, mostly Georgian
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SUSQUEHANNA Antique Company, Inc.
(202) 333-1511



On request. 

Let me make yo a deal.


Elegant Pair Geo II Sterling Berry Spoons

Antiques: Instruments and Implements: Culinary: Pre 1800   item# 1240207

Elegant Pair Geo II Sterling Berry Spoons
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AVERY ART & ANTIQUES
707-876-3392



$350 

This extraordinary pair of sterling silver berry servers are fully hallmarked dating them to London, 1742, maker's mark a crowned Gothic C. The handles are deeply engraved with swirling foliate rococo garlands, the bowls with high-relief and highly detailed fruits and, of course, berries. About eight inches in length, they come in a velvet-lined case (not original)Moroccan leather presentation case that shows some signs of age; the spoons are in splendid condition.


William Bateman Georgian Sterling Serving Spoon 1819

Antiques: Decorative Art: Metals: Silver: Sterling: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1239562 (stock#1521)

William Bateman Georgian Sterling Serving Spoon 1819
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Anita S. Taub
2125336786



$95 

This sterling silver table or serving spoon by William Bateman is 8-1/2" long and weighs 67.5 g or 2.17 troy oz. or 43.4 dwt. The monogram on the tip of the handle is WHA. The marks on the back are deep and clear and date the spoon to 1819, during the reign of William III, almost 200 years old. The condition is excellent with virtually no wear, just minor surface scratching, which could be professionally polished out, if desired.


Late Georgian Scottish Wall Clock, circa 1820

Antiques: Furnishings: Furniture: English: Georgian: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1239402

Late Georgian Scottish Wall Clock, circa 1820
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SUSQUEHANNA Antique Company, Inc.
(202) 333-1511



$3800 

58" high, having maker's name of Charles Wetherell, Tannock, (dated) 1819. Having 8 day time and strike movement and very rare moon-phase for this type of wall clock. Classical style case with circular dial.


Fine Georgian Topaz Pendant Earrings Circa 1800

Estate Jewelry: Gold: Pre Victorian: Pre 1800   item# 1239210 (stock#1893)

Fine Georgian Topaz Pendant Earrings Circa 1800
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Third Floor Antiques
973 620-0119



SOLD 

What could be lovelier than a pair of Georgian period, pale, golden topaz earrings with that illusive hint of pink? The color of topaz has always been chosen to grace the most beautiful jewels, and the Georgian period was no exception. Many of these stones came by way of Brazil, where precious stones such as topaz and chrysoberyl were mined.

These topaz earrings were foil back, enhancing their radiance and contribut ...click for details


Sparkly Lyre & Crescent Moon – Georgian

Estate Jewelry: Silver: Pre Victorian: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1238500

Sparkly Lyre & Crescent Moon – Georgian
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Period Pieces




$249 

This is so sparkly and pretty! Jane Austen, or one of her characters such as Lizzie Bennet could have worn this. Made from silver (tested), with a base metal pin stem, and set with paste stones, it is in the form of a graceful lyre surmounted by a crescent moon. Lyres come out of ancient Greece, and were said to represent the underlying harmony of the universe (wow!). Crescent moons have represented the feminine principle and intuitive, psychic energy. It measures 2-3/16” x ¾”, with a very long ...click for details


Georgian Diamond Enamel Gold Ring

Estate Jewelry: Gold: Pre Victorian: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1238245 (stock#RR06065)

Georgian Diamond Enamel Gold Ring
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Period Pieces




$1,185 

This wonderful Georgian ring could have been worn by one of Jane Austen’s more well-to-do characters! It features a rose-cut diamond (pointed top instead of flat), set in 14 or 15 carat gold with decorations in black enamel on the shank, which are still in excellent condition. Diamond is the birthstone for April. The ring is approximately a size 5. It isn’t possible to estimate the weight of set rose cut diamonds; it is in the I range for clarity – normal for its era. Unmarked, it is pre-1836 (M ...click for details


Georgian Garnet Earrings

Estate Jewelry: Gold: Pre Victorian: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1237697 (stock#AE7-517)

Georgian Garnet Earrings
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Jenny Andersen
408 930-3914



$250 

Georgian Garnet Earrings These elegant 14 k gold earrings are set with five round garnets. The bezel settings have closed, patterned backs. They are Georgian in age and are 3/4" long. Picture 3 shows the lovely detail on the back side of each earring. Gotta love the workmanship characteristic of antique jewelry!


Lights Off: A Grand Cut Steel Brooch

Estate Jewelry: Other Metals: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1236461 (stock##3419)

Lights Off:  A Grand Cut Steel Brooch
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Glorious Antique Jewelry
347 712 6366



1800.00 

A superb quality example of hand cut steel jewelry c. 1830. The large brooch was made to shine in candlelight. No electric lights were in existence. To attract surrounding light, tiny pieces of steel were faceted like antique diamonds and set into a frame of the jeweler's design with minuscule rivets. The finest examples contain various sizes of steel "stones. This dazzling brooch uses faceted and mirrored steel. The result attained is unique and quite fantastic. Take particular notic ...click for details


Antique Georgian English “Lynn” Wine Glass c.1765

Antiques: Decorative Art: Glass: English: Pre 1800   item# 1236418 (stock#1632)

Antique Georgian English “Lynn” Wine Glass c.1765
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Athelny Antiques
077 8645 8444



£850 

DESCRIPTION:
A well made Lynn wine glass with round funnel bowl embellished with three evenly spaced incised horizontal rings above an opaque twist stem made up of a pair of spiral tapes inside a pair of laminated spiral corkscrews standing on a plain conical foot. So-called “Lynn” glasses were assumed to have been made in King’s Lynn, Norfolk. However no evidence has been found of glassmaking in the area and it wo ...click for details


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