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1535/17: A particularly fine quality and unusual fitted JEWELLERY BOX in lovely original condition. The box itself is of brass-bound rosewood (beautifully figured) and the lid opens to show nine silver-topped bottles and jars (including four scent bottles, all with their stoppers) plus a tray of tools. The upper tray lifts out to reveal a hidden leather-covered box inside which is beautifully fitted for jewellery, whilst instead of a mirror within the lid, there is another "secret" compartment, also fitted for jewellery. Complete with original Bramah key and *Hallmarked for London 1822. c.1822

box, jewellery, object, Silver


1530/17: A large solid SILVER SALVER, with "piecrust" edge and supported on three cast 'hoof' feet. 14ins (35.5cms) wide. Hallmarked for Birmingham 1932 c.1932

object, salver, Silver, tray


1521/17: A good set of FOUR early 19th century Old Sheffield Plate ENTRE DISHES in excellent original condition. Rare to find an original set of four (they are numbered 1 to 4 underneath) each dish has a removable handle, allowing the lid to be used as a further dish if required. They feature beautifully cast leaf-and-shell borders to both lids and bases and all are engraved with a Coat-of-Arms to one side and an Armorial Crest to the other. A very special set. 14ins x 10.5ins (35 x 27cms) Priced for the set of four. c.1820

dishes, object, Sheffield, Silver


1506/17: A charming (and indeed rare) silver SCENT BOTTLE fashioned in the form of a 'wicker' spirit flask. Above the wickerwork upper half, the hinged lid twists to open, whilst the solid base (with its original engraved monogram) can be removed (as with a full-size spirit flask) to reveal the glass interior. Perfect condition and fully hallmarked for London 1892. 3ins high; 2ins wide. (7.65 x 5cms) c.1892

bottle, object, scent, Silver