Liberty & Co Art Nouveau hand hammered Pewter Dish, English C.1910. The dish on pedestal base supporting tapered flared bowl with wood handles. Measures approximately: 11.5 inches (handle to handle) x 2 inches (height). Stamped on underside Made in England Tudric Made by Liberty & Co 01558
Liberty & Co Archibald Knox design Art Nouveau hand hammered Pewter Bowl, English C.1910. The Bowl on pedestal base, ovoid body, everted rim. The body of hammered panel form interspaced with applied celtic motif, integral to the design. Stamped on underside Made in England Tudric Pewter Made by Liberty & Co 01129. Bowl diameter approximately 9 inches. Height approximately 5 inches.
George III Irish silver oval wine label for Port, George Nangle, Dublin C.1790. The elongated label with bright-engraved wriggle work border and pierced inner band of rosettes, centre engraved for `PORT’. Hallmarked crowned Harp, Maker’s mark and Hibernia. Length: 2 ½ inches. Original chain.
Antique Edwardian silver fancy Inkwell, Birmingham 1905, H. Matthews. The Inkwell with ornate pierced foliage shaped circular base, the body of tapered plain concave form the cover richly decorated with pierced foliage border and engraved thistle cartouche detachable lid engraved Janet from Katie 19th August 1906. Hallmarked on body, hinged cover and lid. Wood base. Height: 2 inches. Diameter: 3 ½ inches.
Antique Victorian Silver Claret Jug, London 1856, Joseph Charles Eddington. The Jug on stepped circular pedestal base rising to tapered ovoid body and elongated neck, all richly decorated with engraved stippled foliate design, the curved handle, hinged cover and mushroom finial similarly decorated. Hallmarked on body, handle, cover and finial. Numbered on base 1608. Height: 11 ¾ inches. Weight: 27 oz.
Silver and Serpentine match striker vesta. The striker of large bulbous form serpentine showing colours of green, brown and reds in marble like polished finish, silver collar at top, hallmarked for Birmingham 1920, Levi & Salamon. Height: 2.5 inches.
Antique Victorian silver page turner/letter opener, Birmingham 1891, H. Matthews. The handle of open spiral twist design, accented with triple band knot at top; the blade of slight tapered form. Length: 13 inches. Fully hallmarked.
Antique 19th century Mixed Metals Letter Opener, Japanese C.1890. The Letter Opener with scimitar blade, engraved with squirrel and dragonfly amidst foliage, the handle inticate fruit and foliage interspaced with insects including bee, butterfly and spider. Overall Length: - 11 inches.
American Sterling Porringer and Tray, William. B. Kerr & Co. Newark, New Jersey C.1915. The circular shaped Porringer decorated with 6 rectangular panels around the side depicting various child scenes with two panels of nursery rhymes between:- "Every Night my prayers I say, And get my dinner every day, And every day that I've been good, I get an orange after food"; centering a panel with initials S.V.B. with floral and bird motifs, with gilt interior bowl, the handle chased wi ...click for details