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French Samuel Marti & Cie Marble and Gilt Bronze 3 piece Garniture Clock Set – dated 1896

French Samuel Marti & Cie Marble and Gilt Bronze 3 piece Garniture Clock Set – dated 1896

A 3 piece garniture clock set with clock and matching candelabras.  White marble with applied gilt bronze mounts.  Clock face is a white porcelain with roman numerals and glass convex hinged cover.   Candelabras can be used with 2 candles or the centre finial can be reversed and used for a third candle.

Clock works marked for Samuel Marti & Cie and dated 1896.  Pendulum and key included.  8 day movement.

Clock face has name of retailer :  Planchon, Paris.

Clock measures  12  1/2 inches high.

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French Silver Teapot with 18th Century Hallmarks (most likely dated late 19th century)

French Silver Teapot with 18th Century Hallmarks (most likely dated late 19th century)

French Silver Teapot with 18th Century Hallmarks (most likely dated late 19th century)

A lovely French Silver Teapot with 18th century hallmarks, but is comes from around the late 19th century. The shape of the teapot is rather unusual, yet bold with a simple design that features bead, floral and leaf in the shape. Attached to the pot is a wooden handle, that makes it easy to pick up and use. Around the rim and the lid, it is  decorated with light engravings of floral, leaf, scroll and shell pattern. The unique shape is also accented with a budded flower in the centre, in which adds a wonderful sense of simplicity and sophistication to the classical beauties of  French silverware.

A stunning French Silver teapot perfect for a gift, or for those who adore the wonders of timeless objects with a past.

Hallmarked: On the bottom, 18th Century Hallmarks (see images) – often called “Fantasy marks” where a company would stamp with older marks than the pot actually dates from.

Excellent Condition: No dents or repairs. (minimal scratches and tarnish from gentle use that can be easily polished )

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Set of 4 – Silver-Plated Egg Cup & Spoon English/SP Breakfast Set. Circa 1880.

Set of 4 – Silver-Plated Egg Cup & Spoon English/SP Breakfast Set. Circa 1880.

A handsome ‘Set of 4 – Silver – Plated Egg Cup & Spoon English/SP Breakfast Set’. It features a lovely squared-bodied stand with an unusual design  for four delightful egg cups with matching spoons. It is beautifully crafted and elegantly decorated with minimal accents of scroll, shell and floral.

Marked: English/ SP.  Dates circa 1880.

Stand Measures: 6 3/4 inches long  x 6 3/4 inches wide (6 3/4 inches tall)

Spoon Measures: 5 inches long x 1 1/2 inches wide.

Egg Cup Measures: 2 5/8 inches tall x 2 1/8 inches in wide.

Excellent Condition. No dents, or repairs. (Minimal surface scratches from gentle use and age.)

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Geo. II English Hallmarked Sterling Serving Spoon With Marrow Scoop. London, Dated 1744.

Geo. II English Hallmarked Sterling Serving Spoon With Marrow Scoop. London, Dated 1744.

English Hallmarked Sterling Serving Spoon With Marrow Scoop. London, Dated 1744.

A large sterling spoon, it is rather an unusual combination with one serving spoon end and a marrow scoop on the other end. The spoon is English hallmarked and dated for London, 1744. The spoon would have been used for special dining occasions, or meals of everyday.

A stunning sterling spoon that is perfect  a gift, or for those who adore an everyday object with a past.

Hallmarked: Lion for London, it is dated 1744 (marks are difficult to see from signs of rubbing and use).  Maker’s mark present, but can’t identify as it’s worn.

Excellent Condition: No dents or bends. (Minimal surface scratches from gentle use and rubbing on the hallmarks)

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George IV Fiddle Shell and Thread Sterling Silver Flatware Dinner Service for 12

George IV Fiddle Shell and Thread Sterling Silver Flatware Dinner Service for 12

This double-struck flatware service in fiddle, shell and thread pattern was variously made by William Eley, William Fearn and William Chawner I & II in London between 1809 and 1832, with the exception of the knives which were made in Sheffield by Aaron Hatfield (registered in Sheffield by 1812 though the assays indicate manufacture post-1840). Both the luncheon and dinner knives have old French blades in stainless steel: no bolsters, expertly replaced and in excellent condition. The knife handles are crested on one side, towards the bases, with a rampant lion.

The 89 piece service consists of twelve, seven-piece place settings: a 9″ tablespoon, 6 7/8″ dessert spoon, 5 1/2″ teaspoon, 8″ dinner fork, 6 1/2 salad/dessert fork, 8 1/2″ luncheon knife, and 10 1/4″ dinner knife, plus five serving pieces: two 12″ serving/stuffing spoons, a 7″ sauce ladle and two 4″ mustard ladles. The services comes in a high-polish mahogany, two-tiered flatware caddy with polished brass fittings. The caddy dimensions are below.

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Georgian Sterling Silver Basket – English Hallmarked London 1809

Georgian Sterling Silver Basket – English Hallmarked London 1809

Georgian Sterling Silver Basket – English Hallmarked London 1809

A spectacular Georgian style basket, with English Hallmarks, it dates London, 1809.  The piece is lovely composition decorated with a delightful pattern featuring  floral, shell and ribbon and sits upon a small pedestal base.

This is would serve as a delightful centre piece or fruit bowl.

Hallmarks for London, 1809 – maker:

Measures: 11 inches in diameter & 4 inches in height

Weights: 755 grams

Excellent Condition: Minimal scratches. Impressed on the interior from carried weight, back of pedestal shows water damage from drying upside down(Image included).

 

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German Figural Porcelain Powder Box – Madame in Blue and Violet

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German Figural Porcelain Powder Box – Madame in Blue and Violet

$75.00

A vintage porcelain powder box that features a woman in blue and violet Victorian dress. The figure is all hand painted. The top half lifts off.  This beautiful lidded jar originally used as a powder box can also be used for jewelry, vanity accessories or keepsakes.

Marked on bottom: S with crown for Sitzendorf

Measures: 5 3/4 inches high

Excellent condition. 

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$75.00

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German Figural Porcelain Powder Box – Madame Pompadour in Yellow

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German Figural Porcelain Powder Box – Madame Pompadour in Yellow

$65.00

A lovely vintage porcelain powder box that features Madame Pompadour in a bright yellow dress. The figure is all hand painted.   The top half lifts off.  This beautiful lidded jar originally used as a powder box can also be used for jewelry, vanity accessories or keepsakes.

Marked on bottom: “Madame Pomadour – Dreser Dolls – E&R – Germany

Measures: 5 1/4 inches high

Excellent condition

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German SILVER Fish Set for 12 by H. MEYEN & Co. , BERLIN, c. 1910 .800 Silver

German SILVER Fish Set for 12 by H. MEYEN & Co. , BERLIN, c. 1910 .800 Silver

This is a very elegant, Continental fish service for 12 by Berlin silversmiths, H. Meyen & Co. The Art Nouveau influenced form of the cutlery is decorated, with classic raised and chased laurel-wreath banding, front and back, on the spatulate handles. Both the edges of the blades of the knives, and the base, below the tines of the forks are also decorated, with chased laurel banding on either side of the fronts. This lovely, classic fish service would make a very special wedding or anniversary gift for a couple who likes to set a beautiful table.

Marked: Stamped, on the back of each piece, with the crescent moon, crown, .800 (for .800 grade silver), a crowned head, and the makers’ stamp, “H. Meyen & Co”. The firm was in business from 1867 (pictured).

Measures: Knives: 9 1/2″ L Forks: 7 1/2″ L Weight: 1111 grams

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19th Century Cast Silver Plated Large Flagon, circa 1870. Maker: Hukin & Heath

19th Century Cast Silver Plated Large Flagon, circa 1870. Maker: Hukin & Heath

19th Century Silver-plated Flagon, Birmingham. Circa 1870. Maker: Hunkin & Heath

A 19th century stunningly cast silver plated lidded flagon – of tapering form with a domed, hinged lid.  The body is repousse decorated with Satyrs & Men – in Greek Mythological scenes that surround the body.  A child figure sits on the lid as a finial for the flagon.   Hallmarked on base H&H for Hukin & Heath makers from Birmingham (started in 1855) and this company eventually worked with Christopher Dresser from 1877 onwards.

Measures:  11 inches high x 9 inches wide (handle to spout).

Excellent condition.  Silver plating is worn in places and the copper is showing through.

 

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German Sitzendorf Figural Porcelain Powder Box – Lady in Blue and Violet

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German Sitzendorf Figural Porcelain Powder Box – Lady in Blue and Violet

$75.00

A vintage porcelain powder box that features a woman in a Victorian fashion, wearing a blue and violet dress, and bonnet with black tie. The figure is all hand painted. The top half lifts off.  This beautiful lidded jar originally used as a powder box, can be be used for jewelry, vanity accessories or keepsakes.

Marked on bottom: S with crown for Sitzendorf. Made in Germany.

Measures: 5 1/2 inches tall.

Excellent condition. 

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German Sitzendorf Figural Porcelain Powder Box – Madame in Pink and Violet With Bird

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German Sitzendorf Figural Porcelain Powder Box – Madame in Pink and Violet With Bird

$85.00

A vintage porcelain powder box that features a woman in a pink and violet Victorian dress with a songbird on her shoulder. The figure is all hand painted. The top half lifts off.  This beautiful lidded jar originally used as a powder box, can be be used for jewelry, vanity accessories or keepsakes.

Marked on bottom: S with crown for Sitzendorf. Made in Germany.

Measures: 5 3/4 inches high

Excellent condition. 

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$85.00

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Hammersly – Small Coffee Pot in ‘Lady Patricia’ pattern

Hammersly – Small Coffee Pot in ‘Lady Patricia’ pattern

Hammersly – Small Coffee Pot in ‘Lady Patricia’ pattern

A small coffee pot in the classic  ‘Lady Patricia’ pattern by Hammersly, Made in England. It is beautifully hand- painted with colours of pink, red, blue, orange, yellow, green, violet and gold accents. It features a large bouquet of wild flowers in centre, with a few singular flowers in to balance the composition. It has a unique scalloped rim and lid, as well as quite a large body and handle for easy pouring and use.

A joyful little Hammersly coffee pot in the ‘Lady Patricia’ pattern, a delight for everyday use or special occasions.

Marked: On the bottom in burgundy, ‘Lady Patricia’, Bone China, Made in England, By Hammersley. It dates 1940s.

Excellent condition: No chips, crack or repairs (minimal surface scratches from gentle use).

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Italian 18th Century Walnut and Ebony Commode Inlaid with Bone and Fruit Woods

Italian 18th Century Walnut and Ebony Commode Inlaid with Bone and Fruit Woods

An Italian beautifully inlaid mid-18th century commode / cabinet having one door opening that is in the shape of a three-drawer commode.

The walnut has wonderful grain and is bordered by black ebony.

The piece is also inlaid throughout with fruit woods and bone.

The bone mainly to decorate the multiple figure’s heads and arms.

Local delivery available – if shipping quote needed, please call or email.

Attributed to the Lombardi region of Italy.

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Italian Walnut Server with Marble Top – Top Lifts as Extra Shelf.

Italian Walnut Server with Marble Top – Top Lifts as Extra Shelf.

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A beautifully carved walnut server with wood top, but when lifted, opens up and reveals a shelf for extra display.

The top also then becomes a deep red marble.

Italy circa 1900.

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Japy Freres 3 piece clock set with gilt bronze and champleve enamel

Japy Freres 3 piece clock set with gilt bronze and champleve enamel

A fantastic champleve clock with cherubs and gilt bronze and champleve enamel – 3 pieces total.  Japy Freres maker.

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