Two 19th Century Russian Silver Beakers.
These are charming, very similar but not a pair. One engraved with alternating
panels of a waterside palace and foliage, hallmarks to the underside with initials
AK 1888. In good condition
The other is engraved with a foliate pattern between trellis above and below. A
few dents around the base, Russian hallmarks to the underside.
Weight: 7.25 and 7cm
These beautiful salts by this famous German maker are embossed with images of Hercules and the Hydra each with crystal glass liners, stamped with German 800 standard and makers name mark.
4.25 wide 2.5cm high
This most impressive jug is professionally decorated with fruiting grape vines a maidens face on the other side,
a jolly bearded man forming the spout and a rampant lion knop supporting a shield.
Most useable for the finest claret.
A great talking point for the dinner parties, in very good condition with no chips, dents or cracks.
Height 10 ½”
Rare WWI Baghdad Arabic White Metal Niello Cigarette/Card Case Royal Connection Sir Clement Price Thomas KCVO 1893-1973.
This fine Middle Eastern case is decorated on the front with a Niello work scene, depicting a walled house with palm trees,
a river scene with a boat in the foreground, all within an engraved shaped oval border.
The reverse shows a Niello work river scene with a boat, camel and palm tree.
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Solid Silver Antique Hip Flask Hunting/Shooting Interest.
This is truly a top quality example!
It is a ‘Hammered’ finish, which is not only most attractive but functional insomuch that it doesn’t show dents.
The cup base pulls off and the domed lid has engraved initials. It bears hallmarks for London 1903 and makers initials SSD/ED Samuel Summers Drew and Ernest Drew of Piccadilly, London who were well known for making fine flasks like this one.
A great taking point on a shoot day.
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Antique Solid Silver Cigarette/ Card Case Birmingham 1914.
This is ideal for visiting cards as it is only 7.5cm x 5.5cm.
It is engraved with the letter K' upper right. The sprung
mechanisim is in good working order. It bears the hallmarks
for Birmingham 1914 and makers initial SB&S Ltd.
Rare William IV Silver Caddy Spoon 1833.
This fine Fiddle pattern spoon has a long handle
which I am told is quite rare.
Made during the reigh of William IV. It bears the
hallmarks for London 1833 and makers marks TS
for Thomas Streetin.
There is the initial H engraved. The hallmarks are
crisp and clear.
This spoon is direct from a private collection, where
it has been for over one hundred and fifty years.
Antique Miniature Hip Flask c1890.
This lovely littl flask has a cut glass bottle with silver
plated collar, screw top and cup which is gilded inside.
Beautifully made, although small it is quite capable of
holding a good measure of spirits without taking too
I think that this hip flask would make a wonderful gift.
Height 8cm x width 4cm x depth 1.75cm.
Antique Silver Novelty Bell. This beautifully cast bell is modelled after a Buxon lady. Her crinoline dress being the bell and her upper body the handle. I cannot read the hallmarks, perhaps someone can advise me? It may well be German but whatever it is a lovely and amusing piece. Height 7.5cm, weight 65g.