Mechanical Japanese fine silver Champagne or cocktail swizzle. The lantern-form mounted swizzle pulls out to reveal prong-like whisks for mixing. The stem then retracts to conceal the splayed stirrer. Circa 1950.
Mechanical Japanese fine silver Champagne or cocktail swizzle. The fan-form mounted swizzle pulls out to reveal prong-like whisks for mixing. The stem then retracts to conceal the splayed stirrer. Circa 1950.
Mechanical Japanese fine silver Champagne or cocktail swizzle. The Buddha-form mounted swizzle pulls out to reveal prong-like whisks for mixing. The stem then retracts to conceal the splayed stirrer. Circa 1950.
Engine-turned weave pattern bands adorn the surface of this classic British cocktail shaker. Incised bands upon the jigger cap further complement the design. Made in England circa 1930. 8 1/2" H.
Fine quality and design. The entire body of the cocktail shaker has elegant engine turning in a basketweave pattern. Made in England circa 1930. 8" H.
Impeccable quality and design. Elegantly styled French Art Deco cocktail shaker with indented banding about the circumference accented by additional incised bands. A rounded stepped cap completes the form. The interior houses a citrus reamer with an elaborate strainer section with pierced flowers. Made in France circa 1930's. 8 1/2" H...
Pair of antique sterling silver pheasants. Made for Marshall Field in Chicago. The cock appears to be on the hunt while the hen already has her beak to the ground. Details include the round bodies and sinuous necks, finely delineated feathers and talons as well as the cock’s gaping beak. A fun couple to ornament the dinner table. Hallmarked. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: Cock: H 5 3/4 x L 15 1/2 in. Hen: H 4 3/4 x L 12 1/2 in. Total weight: 38.5 troy ounces. BO154
This beautiful tea pot was crafted at the height of the Art Deco period in 1925.
It bears the hallmarks for Sheffield 1925 and makers initials WH&Co Ltd which
is Walker & Hall one of the famous Sheffield makers, stamped on the underside
is Rossi Norwich a well-known shop in the city. Also on the base is discretely engraved
Christopher and Rosamund from GF&M Buxton 1927.
So this tea pot has strong connections with some of the great Norfolk families...
They don’t come much better than this one. With armorial bearings and inscription inside ‘JM from the members of the Burton Shoot 4th August 1931’
Exquisite engine turning cover either side, fully hallmarked for Sheffield 1930 and made by William Hutton & Sons. Stamped on the underside 38 PT.
Holds plenty to hand around!
As a field sports type most of my life, I haven’t seen a flask as impressive as this one.
Size: 17.75cm by 10.25cm
This elegant ovoid shape Ewer and stand is nicely decorated with
stylized Arab symbols and script, a scrolling handle with a grotesque
I would estimate that these pieces were made between 1946-1966.
Truly impressive and heavy pieces that would grace any fine collection.
Flagon height: 22cm (8 1/4"inches)
Stand Height: 26.5cm (10"inches)
Total Weight 823 grams
Six stirrup cups depicting Fox, Boar, Cow, Bear and deer.
I would emphasise that these are nice quality, some plate is slightly worn due to servants endless polishing.
A wonderful gift for keen hunting / shooting folk.
This beautiful sterling silver bowl by Tiffany & Co is a reproduction of one made by Boston
Silver maker Joseph Conyers in 1700 initials engraved inside of the bowl ‘HFG’ raised on a foot,
Tiffany & Co stamps to the underside as illustrated. In very good condition with original Tiffany & Co
dust cover. In need of a jolly good clean. A lovely collectable piece.
23cm wide by 10cm high
A very charming small picture frame by Ricardo Salas, the nephew of Matilde Poulat who continued to produce designs in the "MATL" style after her death in 1960. This frame measures 3" by 2 3/8" and is in fine vintage condition with all the turquoise stones intact. Signed as shown. Lovely.
Sterling silver bell with a Georg Jensen influence. Curving blossom-stem handle. Made by the F. Ramirez silver workshop in Mexico, circa 1940's. 3 1/4" H.
Sterling silver bell made by the Webster silver workshop in North Attleboro, Massachusetts, circa 1940's. Dome bell with horizontal panels. A rounded handle has a Danish influenced beaded design upon its top. 3 1/4" H.
Each sterling silver "cock"-tail pick has a detailed rooster as its finial. Each fully hallmarked: Robert Pringle, London 1937. Set-of-six in original fitted box. 3 1/8" L. each
Figural shaker in the form of a Joy Bell, or Town Crier. Concentrically stepped silver-plated carafe with a complementing geometrically turned walnut handle which removes for filling; threaded cap removes to reveal pour spout. A clapper/citrus hook enhances the function of this design. A fine example for the collector. Made by Suckling Ltd. in Birmingham circa 1930's. 11" H...
Middle Eastern silver vase. Baluster body on raised foot with tapering neck and flared rim. Dense engraved foliate ornament and circular and quatrefoil frames. Unmarked. Excellent condition with crisp definition.
Dimensions: H 9 1/4 x D 4 1/4 in. Weight: 17.5 troy ounces. BM332