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



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



Art Nouveau

         WMF candlestick on stand bearing the 1925-30 running ostrich mark.




                    Brass doorstop in the form of a         seahorse mounted on a good slab of oak.



Spelter lamp figurine of Florence Nightingale. Signed F.Mancini to reverse. 20"  (50cm) in height including the square base.    


Late C19th-Early C20th

Rosewood inkstand with brass decoration and round hinge lidded pot. 

£45 (some slight a/f to brass)


 Art Nouveau

 Firescreen Bevelled glass with brass decoration.  



Sweetmeats comport (Britannia Metal?)   Marked GV to top. Catalogue mark 250 and other indistinguishable marks to base base.   




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


Vintage 1950s 

Large model of an Alsatian dog at rest . Pottery/China construction.                    


Mid Victorian

           Gothic-style candlestick with              foliate sconce and acorn & scallop decoration, supported on Amphiptere legs. The stand having acanthus leaf decoration. Standing 8.5" in height in total.   


        Late C19th/earlyC20th.  

         Art Nouveau table centrepiece formed as                          a central glass bowl suspended over three shell dishes.        Maker's marks for Barker Bros. pre 1907.




 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  



Epergne vase 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. 



Edwardian  clock with Arabic numerals and embossed design centre mounted in a  good quality brass horseshoe frame.
The horseshoe has seven raised nails filled with blue enamel. The whole sits in a stirrup and is all original but has a replacement quartz movement fitted.




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.




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. 


Mid –late C20th 

Mercedes clock in porcelain case with cherubs and flower decoration. Original mechanical movement, working.



                Ruby flash baluster vase,        mounted on a wooden plinth. Crosshatching and hob stars to baluster, with a flared leaf neck.






   Early-mid C20th 

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


Late Victorian/early Edwardian

WMF table centerpiece. Silver-plate pedestal with etched glass bowl. Marks to base dating 1880-1918



               Early C20th

          Silver-plate pin dish. Centre stamp  with royal head. Possibly George V, Edward VII or German Battenburg  family.   



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

£55 (working)  



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



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.



Pewter plate with dragon motif by Alchemy Pewter (Sheffield) Zoom picture to see touchmarks. 



          Vintage 1950  

Arthur Price 8 place setting `Old English’ cutlery   in walnut canteen with carving set. Firth Brearley blades/ivorine handles. 




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



Victorian  (pre1879 mark) 

James Deakin & Sons pewter, tilt action spirit kettle on ornate stand. Hinged lid & original  Deakin washer to finial. 



                     Art Deco 1930s         

 Walnut cased Elliott mantle clock. Chimes Westminster & Whittington with strike/silent  switch. Original Elliott T-piece key.


Vintage 1970s (possibly antique!)

Pair of bronze rams horn candlesticks with  silver-plated sconces. Possibly Chapman (Avon, MA) but could be earlier as they are hollow bronze.


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