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A selection of items that are in stock at present. (more added weekly)     CLICK ON IMAGE TO ZOOM ITEM

James Dixon &Sons pewter tobacco jar with inner lid. Pre 1879 (No Bugle mark). 
Victorian pewter epergne in the form of a palm tree, and stag to the base, the centre bowl supporting an etched flute. Unknown mark to base.                                        
 Spelter figure of St Anthony of Padua flanked by four pillars.                     Mounted on marble base and signed to reverse.                                           St Anthony is the patron saint of lost items.                         
1950s lamp figurine of Florence Nightingale.Signed F.Mancini to reverse. The figurine is of spelter construction and stands 20" (50cm) in height including the square base. Fully working and PAT tested. 
Victorian sweetmeats comport (Britannia Metal?)   Marked GV to top           Catalogue mark 250 and other indistinguishable marks to base.
French bronzed spelter figural inkstand with a pair of removable hinged top wells. The figure formed as a goat. There is slight damage and the right rear leg of the stand is missing although the piece stands square and firm. The damage, which is a crack, is not visible from the front. There is no maker's mark to this piece.
Victorian Figural epergne vase formed as a Scott type character. The figure is resting his foot on an anvil and carrying a cross in his raised right hand and a shield in his left. The etched trumpet has a flower design and features a finely fluted rim.
Victorian epergne with a stand formed as a fawn. The piece stands a total of 9.5" in height with a Jack in the Pulpit cranberry vase to the rear of the fawn. The fawn has lost the left hind leg although this is not apparent at first glance. There is no maker's mark.
Large Edinburgh Crystal storm lantern mounted on a brass candle holder base. The item measures a total of 11" with the lantern being 9" in height with a 5ľ" diameter faceted rim. Lovely ring to the crystal vase.
Scarce Victorian 'Bird of Paradise' flower frog. There are holes around the base of the model (formed as a tree stump) allowing for nine flower stalks to be inserted There is no damage to the piece.
Pewter inkstand by James Deakin & Sons. Full marks to base. The removable original inkwells have hinged tops and are both undamaged. There is a fluted crystal epergne trumpet, featuring twelve folds, behind the bird figure and the catalogue number is S5808. Figure stands 11" in height to top of flute.
Plated Brittania Metal inkstand by James Deakin & Sons. Full marks to base. The removable original hinge topped inkwells are present and are both undamaged. There is an epergne trumpet to the rear which measures 6" in height. The complete piece measures 5"x9". The deer has had a repair to the front antler, which is intact. Catalogue number P7251.
Pewter desk stand with removable inkwells by James Deakin & Sons.  Full marks to base, dating from before they used a bell mark to differentiate themselves from James Dixon. The inkwells have faceted tops and originally had cork plugs. Catalogue number P4395. The stand is on an oval base which measures 8" x 6".
     Two vintage (not antique) garden statues, both painted at some time in the past, formed as A Josephine baker styled maiden and young girl carrying a basket of flowers and .Both around 32" in height.
A wrought iron adjustable floor oil lamp with brass font and Vulcan globe burner. Funnel perfect, shade nibbled to one area of bottom rim (unseen when assembled).
Royal Vienna cabinet urn. 1904-18. (Beehive mark) with ramís head handles and gilt decoration. Classical centre band, featuring  Cupid and Venus.                                     
  Silver-plated epergne vase by Joseph Ridge & Sons (1881-1886). (Rarely found maker).  Pressed glass flute supported by three griffins on a triangular base
1883 New Zealand Shipping Co. tray by Elkington & Co. The NZSC chartered the Fenstanton in 1883, to start the first steamship service from the UK to New Zealand, (previously by sailing boat).                                 
WMF table centerpiece. Silver-plate pedestal with etched glass bowl. Marks to base dating 1880-1918