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Tweet Pin It Silver unmarked beaker c. 1680 with family arms. The bottom of the beaker is set with large silver medal.
Tweet Pin It Pair of Russian “traveling” silver chamber sticks, Moscow 1862
Tweet Pin It Silver chocolate pot. Augsburg 1749-1751. Maker Johann Georg Kloss – Master in 1738. Height 28cm Weight; 248 gr.
Tweet Pin It Silver oil and vineger cruet frame. French, town mark of Trevoux, Lyon jurisdiction .Makers mark AE. c. 1760. Length; 29cm. Weight; 840gr.
Tweet Pin It Indian colonial silver cup awarded in 1891 to the Calcutta Naval Volunteers. Unmarked, 30cm high
Tweet Pin It Small Augsburg beaker by Paul Solanier. Parcel gilt, marked underneath. Circa 1700. Height: 9cm.
Tweet Pin It Parcel gilt silver beaker. Marked underneath with the townmark of Leipzig and makersmark of “GK” .15cm in height.
Tweet Pin It A French repoussead silver casket, part of a large toilet service. Marked with date letter for Paris 1643
Tweet Pin It Silver and semiprecious stones casket. Signed by Goudji. circa 1960. Height 10.5cm
Tweet Pin It Silver sugar bowl. Naturalistically modelled with birch-bark decoration St. Petersburg, Russia, circa 1890. Ref:SI15
Tweet Pin It Pair of mid 19th century sauceboats. 1849 St. Petersburg, Russia. Makers Mark of Nicholls and Plink. Ref:SI14
Tweet Pin It Early 18th century silver casket. Unmarked, probably Spanish or Spanish Colonial. Circa 1740. Ref:SI13
Tweet Pin It Early 18th century silver gilt parfum bottle, cast and chased. 11cm in height. Prob. Italian c.1740.
Tweet Pin It Small silver beaker, Augsburg 1690-95 Mk; Matthias Baur, Master from 1681. Ref:SI05
Tweet Pin It Large carnelian intaglio of Athena. Roman Circa 1st century A.D. Set in 22ct yellow gold, (the setting is modern) Ref IN01
Tweet Pin It Large two coloured agate cameo. Probably Italian circa 1550. Battle of the seamonsters, after the ancient. Size: 52mmx42mm Ref: CAM 9814
Tweet Pin It Russian silver and niello box. Moscow 1891.Diameter :55mm ref:SIL6613
Tweet Pin It Silver gilt circular snuff box. Unmarked, probably Flemish c.1710. All fire gilding in original condition. Diameter 52mm ref:SIL6604