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

            

Victorian. 

Inkwell formed as an eagle rousant. Hinged head lifts to display the inkwell pot.  8" including the brass plinth. 

275

                

                Vintage 1973

     Nagel, three branch heavy brass table lamp (candalabra) with two smoked glass storm shades. Marked to base. 

          150

    Early C20th 

          Gilt mantle clock with figural decoration. Standing 9" in height, the clock is probably French but has a later, mechanical, HAC movement fitted.  

80

 

Edwardian. 

Folding clear glass fire screen. Balustrades to top and bottom of glass frame.  

45

 Early-Mid C20th

 Pair of silver plated, three light, candelabra in the Adams style. Tiny split to base of one but no structural problem. Standing  18" in height on oval pointed bases.

120

                                                            

 Art Nouveau

 Fire screen. Bevelled glass with brass decoration.  

70

  Victorian 1898     

          Wedgwood jasperware imperial footed bowl,  with fern motif on feet, in dark blue and white. 

60

 

                                   Victorian  circa 1880                  

William Tonks & Sons pot stand with Minton tile insert (minor a/f tile).  Full marks including Rd to inside. Cherub, scallop and floral decoration.        

 55

Victorian/Edwardian 

Elaborately decorated brass inkstand with twin wells. No pots                   

  25  

1890 Charles X style

   Bronze, French, two light candlestick with `crane on turtle' decoration. The sconce holder stands on a fluted column supported by three ball and claw footed legs. 

150

 

    

Victorian

Elaborate grape & vine decorated candlestick,  with a rose design fountain drop, set on a drum base.

70

 

  

                Victorian

 Figural epergne vase formed as Edward 1 of Scotland. 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  

  40

Early C20th 

 Figurine of a young maiden carrying a papyrus gathering basket. Marked to underside with Royal Dux pink triangle, model no. 2077 (Crack to basket). 

110

Early-mid C20th

Extending, pedestal, dual aspect dressing table mirror with candle sconces to each side. (The mirror has a convex reflection to one side with a normal view to the other) It stands on a round base and extends from 19" in height minimum to a maximum of 27"

SOLD 

     

        Victorian

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.

           110

 

 Victorian

Scarce, '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. 

25

Victorian 

Brass, Arts & Crafts jardiniere in the Gothic style standing on tripod legs with ball finials. Pierced decoration to sides of the pot holder.

70
         

             Victorian 

               Epergne vase in silver plate by Henry Wilkinson with a base in the faux bark design of the Aesthetic period. Unusual mushroom rimmed glass vase .

               45

 

 

 

   Early-mid C20th 

George Lee (Sheffield) `My Lady' pewter pedestal bowl. 93/4" diameter with a planished finish.

25

Late Victorian/early Edwardian

WMF table centerpiece. Silver-plate pedestal with etched glass bowl. Marks to base dating 1880-

40

    George V

           Pair of  Mappin & Webb silver-plated trumpet vases, date letter P for 1917. Etched to stems for Footman of Ipswich. (A department store with a renowned restaurant, from which it is thought that these came)                                        60 

   

                     Pre 1902.                     Duverdrey & Bloquel (now Bayard).             Small mantel clock in an inlaid and strung case case featuring swags and flowers.               

55 (working)  

           

1930s/40s

           Art Deco Art de Franc torchere.                    Wine red glass contained in a brass base.     Makersmark to top of glass

 90  

Victorian

Brass inkstand with pen rest and two hinged topped wells by W. Tonks & Sons. Twin ornate handles to a stepped base standing on four corner feet.

80

Early C20th

Spelter and glass epergne from what is thought to be The Royal Welsh Fusiliers. The stand has goat decoration (the regiments mascot) and Prince of Wales feathers to the background. The vases are cut glass. The whole standing 7" in height and 6" in width.

80

              

          Early Victorian  

Rare pair of marked Palmer & Co (London) patented brass candle holders dating to 1830-1850. 

           35

 

                               Victorian                                 

 Small figural table or mantel clock. Spelter figure with working movement. Plinth base under dome. Porcelain dial. (slight damage) 

                      90         

Victorian

Silver-plated pedestal bowl with original star cut glass liner with dogtooth rim. Bead pattern and piercing rim to bowl . Lion mask decoration and swan handles. Some old repairs.

SOLD

         

                  

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