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All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Pre 1900 item #1321166 (stock #2448)
China Rose Antiques
A$650.00
This very attractive sterling silver ladies card case and diary is engraved on the front with butterflies and tropical foliage inside a strapwork border. The reverse is engraved with ferns, flowers and a bird chasing an insect in flight, again inside the strapwork border. The engraved monogram on the front is MYIMN and below that is the date June 17th 1882...
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Pre 1900 item #1321061 (stock #3647)
China Rose Antiques
A$695.00
This very attractive sterling silver card case with a hinged top, was made by Edward Smith of Birmingham in 1853. Smith was a good maker, noted for making card cases decorated with engine turning and engraving. Interestingly, although it was made in 1853, it carries an engraved name of W Wilson 1867. Inside the case is a visiting or calling card for Mr J D Wilson, presumably a descendant of W Wilson, with details of the case written in pencil on the reverse...
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Plate : Pre 1910 item #1308212 (stock #3396)
China Rose Antiques
A$640.00
This unmarked octagonal WMF visiting card tray is shown in the WMF English catalogue for 1906 as model 190a. It is shown on page 169 of the reprint issued by the Antique Collectors Club in 2008 and its original price was 10 shillings. Its decorative features are typically Art Nouveau (known as Jugendstil in Germany) with stylised flowers and a young woman with long flowing hair. The tray would have sat on a table in the hallway, near the front door...
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Plate : Pre 1900 item #1291140 (stock #3561)
China Rose Antiques
A$950.00
Standing 312mm high, this pair of electroplated candlesticks demonstrate the superb quality of the Elkington factory. The intricacy and detail are shown in the fine casting and the silver plating is in wonderful condition. The quality is shown further by the weight-each one weighs just over 1.1 kgs. On the rims under the lift out sconces is stamped the model number 9765. The Elkington stamp is punched into the foot of each one together with the date letter T for 1858.