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SUPERB RARE Antique Early 19th Century Grand Tour Wax Seal Box / Casket

SUPERB RARE Antique Early 19th Century Grand Tour Wax Seal Box / Casket
SUPERB RARE Antique Early 19th Century Grand Tour Wax Seal Box / Casket
SUPERB RARE Antique Early 19th Century Grand Tour Wax Seal Box / Casket
SUPERB RARE Antique Early 19th Century Grand Tour Wax Seal Box / Casket
SUPERB RARE Antique Early 19th Century Grand Tour Wax Seal Box / Casket
SUPERB RARE Antique Early 19th Century Grand Tour Wax Seal Box / Casket
SUPERB RARE Antique Early 19th Century Grand Tour Wax Seal Box / Casket
SUPERB RARE Antique Early 19th Century Grand Tour Wax Seal Box / Casket
SUPERB RARE Antique Early 19th Century Grand Tour Wax Seal Box / Casket
SUPERB RARE Antique Early 19th Century Grand Tour Wax Seal Box / Casket
SUPERB RARE Antique Early 19th Century Grand Tour Wax Seal Box / Casket
SUPERB RARE Antique Early 19th Century Grand Tour Wax Seal Box / Casket

SUPERB RARE Antique Early 19th Century Grand Tour Wax Seal Box / Casket
SUPERB RARE Antique Early 19. Century Grand Tour Wax Seal Box / Casket. This is covered in many many wax seal impressions, see photos. Standing on 4 brass feet (possibly later additions). Some losses to some seals – see photos. A rare survivor and would be amazing to research all the impressions. The interior is lined a pale blue paper, which could be the original. 5.25 Inches approx. Please see photos for condition. Please ask any questions. This item is in the category “Antiques\Woodenware\Boxes”. The seller is “bidformeifyouwantme” and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Antique: Yes
  • Style/ Period: Georgian
  • Original/Repro: Original
  • Product: Boxes
  • Material: Wood/ Woodenware
  • Product Sub-Type: Jewellery/ Trinket Boxes
  • Age: 1800-1849

SUPERB RARE Antique Early 19th Century Grand Tour Wax Seal Box / Casket
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Superb Antique Extremely Rare Circa 1905 Bernard Moore Early Flambé Rabbit

Superb Antique Extremely Rare Circa 1905 Bernard Moore Early Flambé Rabbit
Superb Antique Extremely Rare Circa 1905 Bernard Moore Early Flambé Rabbit
Superb Antique Extremely Rare Circa 1905 Bernard Moore Early Flambé Rabbit
Superb Antique Extremely Rare Circa 1905 Bernard Moore Early Flambé Rabbit
Superb Antique Extremely Rare Circa 1905 Bernard Moore Early Flambé Rabbit
Superb Antique Extremely Rare Circa 1905 Bernard Moore Early Flambé Rabbit
Superb Antique Extremely Rare Circa 1905 Bernard Moore Early Flambé Rabbit
Superb Antique Extremely Rare Circa 1905 Bernard Moore Early Flambé Rabbit
Superb Antique Extremely Rare Circa 1905 Bernard Moore Early Flambé Rabbit
Superb Antique Extremely Rare Circa 1905 Bernard Moore Early Flambé Rabbit
Superb Antique Extremely Rare Circa 1905 Bernard Moore Early Flambé Rabbit
Superb Antique Extremely Rare Circa 1905 Bernard Moore Early Flambé Rabbit

Superb Antique Extremely Rare Circa 1905 Bernard Moore Early Flambé Rabbit
Here for your consideration is a beautiful and extremely rare, antique, circa 1905, miniature, Bernard Moore, early flambé figure of a cute baby rabbit with raised elongated ears. Please take time to look at all 12 photos to fully appreciate this majestic early flambé rabbit. The flambé colouring in this delightful early Bernard Moore rabbit is interesting and unusual because you can see the tell-tale signs of it not being as refined as the later Royal Doulton flambé ware. It’s still got real strong vibrant running mottled colouring though. I really don’t believe my photos are doing this magnificent miniature rabbit true justice because they’re picking up white light reflections. The colouring and the way they’ve been mixed are just sublime. The base has the black script.. Bernard Moore distinct initial markings.. Condition, no cracks, damage or repairs. It does have some. Age-related base wear commensurate with 1114 years of age, but nothing unusual. Just a very nice extremely rare piece of early Bernard Moore flambé ware pottery. For the innovative production of flambé glazes and pottery with reduced lustre pigments. He joined his father’s business, Samuel Moore & Son, in 1865 and on his fathers death two years later took over the running of the firm. From 1873 to 1905 they traded as Moore Bros. Moore’s knowledge of ceramic chemistry was considerable and he was widely consulted by the ceramics industry on technical matters. Throughout the 1880s and 1890s, it is likely that he was experimenting with and perfecting the specialist and difficult glazes with which his name is now principally associated. In 1902 he was elected president of the British Ceramic Society. Moore commissioned the pots from another maker and had them decorated at Wolfe Street. His decorators included Dora Billington, Hilda Beardmore, Hilda Lindop, Reginald Tomlinson, and John Adams. Flambé glazes make use of metallic oxides, usually iron or copper, fired to temperatures up to 1500º C in a flame-burning kiln. At a critical moment, the air feeding the flame is shut off, and the flame, seeking oxygen for combustion, combines with oxygen in the glaze oxides, reducing the amount of oxygen they contain and changing their colour. The potter manages the process, which is not entirely predictable, to produce reds, purples, blues, lilacs and greens. Frederic Rhead, a contemporary writer, said of Moore in 1906, He is master of all the resources of the potter’s craft, and his work alone shows Staffordshire still capable of coping with the potters of France. It is technically triumphant, and it is quite delightful (though in a sense disappointing) to find in his show-room a case of pottery – perfect in colour and artistic feeling – which he will not sell, but prefers to retain for mere pride in its accomplishment. Moore exhibited internationally and received many awards for his ceramics. In 1910, a fire at the Brussels Exhibition destroyed much of his work. He closed the business at Wolfe Street in 1915 but continued to work as a ceramic consultant. He died in 1935. There is a portrait of him by Oswald Birley in the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery. Height: 3 inches or 7.5 cm. Length: 2.75 inches or 7 cm. Depth: 3 inches or 7.5 cm. Weight: 2.9 oz or 84.6 grams. This highly sought-after early flambé rabbit would make a superb gift and solid future investment. Please note, all our international postal charges are only estimates and will be confirmed and altered up or down when we know the destination of where items are being sent. You may wish to check out my other items. This item is in the category “Pottery, Ceramics & Glass\Decorative Pottery, Ceramics & Glass\Vases”. The seller is “two.twenty.two.antiques” and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Features: Decorative
  • Use: Decorative
  • Time Period Manufactured: 1900-1919
  • Sub-Type: Rabbits
  • Production Technique: Pottery
  • Subject: Rabbit
  • Manufacturer/ Type: Art Pottery
  • Product Type: Animals
  • Boxed/ Unboxed: Unboxed
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Origin: United Kingdom
  • Material: pottery
  • Colour: flambe red
  • Year Manufactured: 1905
  • Production Style: Art Pottery
  • Brand: Bernard Moore
  • Style: Art Nouveau
  • Theme: Rabbits
  • Date Range: 1900-1919 (Art Nouveau)
  • Type: Animal
  • Original/Reproduction: Antique Original

Superb Antique Extremely Rare Circa 1905 Bernard Moore Early Flambé Rabbit
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Superb Antique Extremely Rare Circa 1905 Bernard Moore Early Flambé Rabbit

Superb Antique Extremely Rare Circa 1905 Bernard Moore Early Flambé Rabbit
Superb Antique Extremely Rare Circa 1905 Bernard Moore Early Flambé Rabbit
Superb Antique Extremely Rare Circa 1905 Bernard Moore Early Flambé Rabbit
Superb Antique Extremely Rare Circa 1905 Bernard Moore Early Flambé Rabbit
Superb Antique Extremely Rare Circa 1905 Bernard Moore Early Flambé Rabbit
Superb Antique Extremely Rare Circa 1905 Bernard Moore Early Flambé Rabbit
Superb Antique Extremely Rare Circa 1905 Bernard Moore Early Flambé Rabbit
Superb Antique Extremely Rare Circa 1905 Bernard Moore Early Flambé Rabbit
Superb Antique Extremely Rare Circa 1905 Bernard Moore Early Flambé Rabbit
Superb Antique Extremely Rare Circa 1905 Bernard Moore Early Flambé Rabbit
Superb Antique Extremely Rare Circa 1905 Bernard Moore Early Flambé Rabbit
Superb Antique Extremely Rare Circa 1905 Bernard Moore Early Flambé Rabbit

Superb Antique Extremely Rare Circa 1905 Bernard Moore Early Flambé Rabbit
Here for your consideration is a beautiful and extremely rare, antique, circa 1905, miniature, Bernard Moore, early flambé figure of a cute baby rabbit with raised elongated ears. Please take time to look at all 12 photos to fully appreciate this majestic early flambé rabbit. The flambé colouring in this delightful early Bernard Moore rabbit is interesting and unusual because you can see the tell-tale signs of it not being as refined as the later Royal Doulton flambé ware. It’s still got real strong vibrant running mottled colouring though. I really don’t believe my photos are doing this magnificent miniature rabbit true justice because they’re picking up white light reflections. The colouring and the way they’ve been mixed are just sublime. The base has the black script.. Bernard Moore distinct initial markings.. Condition, no cracks, damage or repairs. It does have some. Age-related base wear commensurate with 1114 years of age, but nothing unusual. Just a very nice extremely rare piece of early Bernard Moore flambé ware pottery. For the innovative production of flambé glazes and pottery with reduced lustre pigments. He joined his father’s business, Samuel Moore & Son, in 1865 and on his fathers death two years later took over the running of the firm. From 1873 to 1905 they traded as Moore Bros. Moore’s knowledge of ceramic chemistry was considerable and he was widely consulted by the ceramics industry on technical matters. Throughout the 1880s and 1890s, it is likely that he was experimenting with and perfecting the specialist and difficult glazes with which his name is now principally associated. In 1902 he was elected president of the British Ceramic Society. Moore commissioned the pots from another maker and had them decorated at Wolfe Street. His decorators included Dora Billington, Hilda Beardmore, Hilda Lindop, Reginald Tomlinson, and John Adams. Flambé glazes make use of metallic oxides, usually iron or copper, fired to temperatures up to 1500º C in a flame-burning kiln. At a critical moment, the air feeding the flame is shut off, and the flame, seeking oxygen for combustion, combines with oxygen in the glaze oxides, reducing the amount of oxygen they contain and changing their colour. The potter manages the process, which is not entirely predictable, to produce reds, purples, blues, lilacs and greens. Frederic Rhead, a contemporary writer, said of Moore in 1906, He is master of all the resources of the potter’s craft, and his work alone shows Staffordshire still capable of coping with the potters of France. It is technically triumphant, and it is quite delightful (though in a sense disappointing) to find in his show-room a case of pottery – perfect in colour and artistic feeling – which he will not sell, but prefers to retain for mere pride in its accomplishment. Moore exhibited internationally and received many awards for his ceramics. In 1910, a fire at the Brussels Exhibition destroyed much of his work. He closed the business at Wolfe Street in 1915 but continued to work as a ceramic consultant. He died in 1935. There is a portrait of him by Oswald Birley in the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery. Height: 3 inches or 7.5 cm. Length: 2.75 inches or 7 cm. Depth: 3 inches or 7.5 cm. Weight: 2.9 oz or 84.6 grams. This highly sought-after early flambé rabbit would make a superb gift and solid future investment. Please note, all our international postal charges are only estimates and will be confirmed and altered up or down when we know the destination of where items are being sent. You may wish to check out my other items. This item is in the category “Pottery, Ceramics & Glass\Decorative Pottery, Ceramics & Glass\Vases”. The seller is “two.twenty.two.antiques” and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Features: Decorative
  • Use: Decorative
  • Time Period Manufactured: 1900-1919
  • Sub-Type: Rabbits
  • Production Technique: Pottery
  • Subject: Rabbit
  • Manufacturer/ Type: Art Pottery
  • Product Type: Animals
  • Boxed/ Unboxed: Unboxed
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Origin: United Kingdom
  • Material: pottery
  • Colour: flambe red
  • Year Manufactured: 1905
  • Production Style: Art Pottery
  • Brand: Bernard Moore
  • Style: Art Nouveau
  • Theme: Rabbits
  • Date Range: 1900-1919 (Art Nouveau)
  • Type: Animal
  • Original/Reproduction: Antique Original

Superb Antique Extremely Rare Circa 1905 Bernard Moore Early Flambé Rabbit
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Superb Rare Antique (1746) English King George II Uncirculated Silver Half Crown

Superb Rare Antique (1746) English King George II Uncirculated Silver Half Crown
Superb Rare Antique (1746) English King George II Uncirculated Silver Half Crown
Superb Rare Antique (1746) English King George II Uncirculated Silver Half Crown
Superb Rare Antique (1746) English King George II Uncirculated Silver Half Crown
Superb Rare Antique (1746) English King George II Uncirculated Silver Half Crown
Superb Rare Antique (1746) English King George II Uncirculated Silver Half Crown
Superb Rare Antique (1746) English King George II Uncirculated Silver Half Crown
Superb Rare Antique (1746) English King George II Uncirculated Silver Half Crown
Superb Rare Antique (1746) English King George II Uncirculated Silver Half Crown
Superb Rare Antique (1746) English King George II Uncirculated Silver Half Crown
Superb Rare Antique (1746) English King George II Uncirculated Silver Half Crown

Superb Rare Antique (1746) English King George II Uncirculated Silver Half Crown
Superb Rare Antique (1746) English King George II Uncirculated Milled Silver Half Crown In Investment cognition. Absolutely fantastic coin in breathtaking condition. Please browse all 12 sets of photographs attached for size, weight and condition as they are self explanatory. Half-Crown of George II, 1746. The inscription reads GEORGIUS II DEI GRATIA (George II by the Grace of God). The word LIMA under the king’s head signifies that the coin was struck from silver seized from the Spanish treasure fleet off Lima, Peru, during the War of the Austrian Succession. Obverse: LIMA below bust. Obverse Legend: GEORGIUS. II. DEI. GRATIA. Reverse: Shields in cruciform. Reverse Legend: F. D. B. ET. L. D. S. R. I. A. T. ET. E. M. B. F. ET. H. REX. This coin is in impeccable order and has been handed down several generations and has always been kept in a lovely dry place. I’m told he (and my grandfather) always used to keep selected coins in a humidity controlled box (similar to a cigar box) which was atmospherically controlled to keep them dry and they were there right through George III and Victorian periods all the way through to George V period when it was finally handed down to my father. I inherited this coin in 1983 when my father passed away and I have always kept it in a perspex capsule and in a box with silicone sachets to keep it completely dry and tarnish free. I loved the unusual original box and used it for my cigars and had it in my possession until some years ago when sadly that along with a few other small antiques was lost (or stolen) during our house move. This coin has been cherished and lovingly looked after almost 2 75 years and is free from damage and scratches. It has only ever been handled with cotton gloves! I have carefully taken it out of the perspex capsule to photograph and placed it back in it after doing so. It will be extremely rare to find a silver coin this age in such remarkable condition. It is almost as if this coin in new. I hope to find it a good home and someone who will cherish it and look after it as my family have. Unfortunately my children have no interest in coins. Hence the reluctanct sale. George II was King of Great Britain and Ireland, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg and a prince-elector of the Holy Roman Empire from 11 June 1727 until his death in 1760. George is the most recent British monarch born outside Great Britain: he was born and brought up in northern Germany. This item is in the category “Coins\Coins\British\Early Milled (c.1662-1816)\Half-Crown”. The seller is “santoor-uk” and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Denomination: Half-Crown
  • Year of Issue: 1746
  • Era: Early Milled (c.1662-1816)
  • Collections/ Bulk Lots: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country of Origin: Great Britain

Superb Rare Antique (1746) English King George II Uncirculated Silver Half Crown
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A superb RARE early pair of George II silver trencher salts London 1737

A superb RARE early pair of George II silver trencher salts London 1737
A superb RARE early pair of George II silver trencher salts London 1737
A superb RARE early pair of George II silver trencher salts London 1737
A superb RARE early pair of George II silver trencher salts London 1737
A superb RARE early pair of George II silver trencher salts London 1737
A superb RARE early pair of George II silver trencher salts London 1737
A superb RARE early pair of George II silver trencher salts London 1737
A superb RARE early pair of George II silver trencher salts London 1737
A superb RARE early pair of George II silver trencher salts London 1737
A superb RARE early pair of George II silver trencher salts London 1737

A superb RARE early pair of George II silver trencher salts London 1737
Good quality pair of early octagonal George II silver trencher salts by Edward Wood of London 1737. The pictures speak for themselves but these are in extremely good condition, well-hallmarked and under-used. The pair weigh 123 grammes and each piece measures 82 mm long, 65 mm wide and 35 mm high. This item is in the category “Antiques\Silver\Solid Silver\Salt & Pepper Cellars/Shakers”. The seller is “sy.cari-11″ and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Republic of, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Australia, United States, Bahrain, Canada, Brazil, Japan, New Zealand, China, Israel, Hong Kong, Norway, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Singapore, Korea, South, Taiwan, Thailand, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Bolivia, Barbados, Brunei Darussalam, Cayman Islands, Ecuador, Egypt, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, French Guiana, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Liechtenstein, Sri Lanka, Macau, Monaco, Maldives, Martinique, Nicaragua, Oman, Pakistan, Peru, Paraguay, Reunion, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, Ukraine, Bahamas, Colombia, Kuwait, Philippines, Qatar, Uruguay, Vietnam, Russian Federation, Chile.
  • Brand: Edward Wood
  • Pattern: Octagonal
  • Antique: Yes
  • Composition: Solid Silver
  • Product: Salt cellars
  • Style: Trencher
  • Material: Solid Silver
  • Age: Pre-1800

A superb RARE early pair of George II silver trencher salts London 1737
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Superb Rare Antique Late Victorian Early Edwardian Old Gold Colour Photo Locket

Superb Rare Antique Late Victorian Early Edwardian Old Gold Colour Photo Locket
Superb Rare Antique Late Victorian Early Edwardian Old Gold Colour Photo Locket
Superb Rare Antique Late Victorian Early Edwardian Old Gold Colour Photo Locket
Superb Rare Antique Late Victorian Early Edwardian Old Gold Colour Photo Locket
Superb Rare Antique Late Victorian Early Edwardian Old Gold Colour Photo Locket
Superb Rare Antique Late Victorian Early Edwardian Old Gold Colour Photo Locket

Superb Rare Antique Late Victorian Early Edwardian Old Gold Colour Photo Locket
SUPERB RARE ANTIQUE LATE VICTORIAN EARLY EDWARDIAN OLD GOLD COLOUR PHOTO LOCKET. IT HAS A ROSE GOLD TINGE TO IT LIKE OLD GOLD. IT IS FULLY ND CLEARLY MARKED FOR GOLD. THE LOCKET IS ENGRAVED ON THE FRONT WITH THE LETTER M IT IS BEAUTIFUL!! VERY GOOD PIECE TACTILE LOVELY QUALITY NICE SIZE. ITEM IS IN GOOD CONDITION UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. APPROX SIZE IS 1 INCH. PLEASE MESSAGE ME SHOULD YOU WIN THE SALE AND YOU REQUIRE THIS. AS ALWAYS WITH MY LISTINGS LOW START NO RESERVE. Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “SUPERB RARE ANTIQUE LATE VICTORIAN EARLY EDWARDIAN OLD GOLD COLOUR PHOTO LOCKET” is in sale since Thursday, July 22, 2021. This item is in the category “Antiques\Metalware\Gold”. The seller is “treasuredfindsuk” and is located in Lancashire. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Superb Rare Antique Late Victorian Early Edwardian Old Gold Colour Photo Locket
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A Superb Rare Early Victorian Antique Cast Iron Arch Insert Fireplace circa 1890

A Superb Rare Early Victorian Antique Cast Iron Arch Insert Fireplace circa 1890
A Superb Rare Early Victorian Antique Cast Iron Arch Insert Fireplace circa 1890
A Superb Rare Early Victorian Antique Cast Iron Arch Insert Fireplace circa 1890
A Superb Rare Early Victorian Antique Cast Iron Arch Insert Fireplace circa 1890
A Superb Rare Early Victorian Antique Cast Iron Arch Insert Fireplace circa 1890
A Superb Rare Early Victorian Antique Cast Iron Arch Insert Fireplace circa 1890
A Superb Rare Early Victorian Antique Cast Iron Arch Insert Fireplace circa 1890
A Superb Rare Early Victorian Antique Cast Iron Arch Insert Fireplace circa 1890

A Superb Rare Early Victorian Antique Cast Iron Arch Insert Fireplace circa 1890
A Stunning Early Victorian Antique Cast Iron Arch Insert Fireplace. A great piece with lovely detail. Beautiful Keyhole design and shape. Perfect size suitable for Living Room / Bedroom or Hallway. Rare and comes complete with Beautiful Decoration , Front Bars Fire Back. Ready to transform your room. A Lovely Antique fireplace. Wear and Tear consistent with its used and antique status. Please see images for item condition. Fireplace Insert Width 71cm Height 91.5 cm Depth 24cm. Internal Measurements (fireback) Width 45cm Height 76 cm. All measurements are approx. Beautiful Period piece that will transport any room back to it original glory or if you are creating a period look. Collection only near Dartford Kent. Will fit in most hatchback vehicles. Please feel free to check out my other fireplaces for sale. The item “A Superb Rare Early Victorian Antique Cast Iron Arch Insert Fireplace circa 1890″ is in sale since Friday, June 11, 2021. This item is in the category “Antiques\Architectural Antiques\Fireplaces, Mantels & Fireplace Accessories”. The seller is “thelittlefireplacecompany” and is located in Greenhithe. This item can’t be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.
  • Fireplace Type: Mantelpieces/ Surrounds
  • Colour: Black
  • Style: Victorian
  • Decade: 1890s
  • Material: Iron/ Cast iron
  • Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
  • Type: Fireplace
  • Features: Reclaimed

A Superb Rare Early Victorian Antique Cast Iron Arch Insert Fireplace circa 1890
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SUPERB RARE Antique Early 19th Century Large Glass Ewer / Jug Circa 1820s

SUPERB RARE Antique Early 19th Century Large Glass Ewer / Jug Circa 1820s
SUPERB RARE Antique Early 19th Century Large Glass Ewer / Jug Circa 1820s
SUPERB RARE Antique Early 19th Century Large Glass Ewer / Jug Circa 1820s
SUPERB RARE Antique Early 19th Century Large Glass Ewer / Jug Circa 1820s
SUPERB RARE Antique Early 19th Century Large Glass Ewer / Jug Circa 1820s
SUPERB RARE Antique Early 19th Century Large Glass Ewer / Jug Circa 1820s
SUPERB RARE Antique Early 19th Century Large Glass Ewer / Jug Circa 1820s
SUPERB RARE Antique Early 19th Century Large Glass Ewer / Jug Circa 1820s
SUPERB RARE Antique Early 19th Century Large Glass Ewer / Jug Circa 1820s
SUPERB RARE Antique Early 19th Century Large Glass Ewer / Jug Circa 1820s
SUPERB RARE Antique Early 19th Century Large Glass Ewer / Jug Circa 1820s
SUPERB RARE Antique Early 19th Century Large Glass Ewer / Jug Circa 1820s

SUPERB RARE Antique Early 19th Century Large Glass Ewer / Jug Circa 1820s
SUPERB RARE Antique Early 19. Century Large Glass Ewer / Jug. A superb heavy piece of glass. It has no chips, some surface ware to the base consistent with age and use. It does have a flaw in the base of the handle which is common for these types of glass ware as they are heavy before they are filled with liquid. 12.25 inches high approx. 4.25 Inches Diameter at the base. See photographs for overall condition. Please ask any questions. The item “SUPERB RARE Antique Early 19th Century Large Glass Ewer / Jug Circa 1820s” is in sale since Thursday, April 23, 2020. This item is in the category “Pottery, Porcelain & Glass\Glass\Date-Lined Glass\Pre-1840″. The seller is “bidformeifyouwantme” and is located in Witney, Oxfordshire. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Style: Georgian
  • Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
  • Object Type: Carafe/Pitcher
  • Glassware Type: Crystal/ Cut Glass

SUPERB RARE Antique Early 19th Century Large Glass Ewer / Jug Circa 1820s
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Superb Rare early Georgian antique bronze Griffin figural candlestick

Superb Rare early Georgian antique bronze Griffin figural candlestick
Superb Rare early Georgian antique bronze Griffin figural candlestick
Superb Rare early Georgian antique bronze Griffin figural candlestick
Superb Rare early Georgian antique bronze Griffin figural candlestick
Superb Rare early Georgian antique bronze Griffin figural candlestick
Superb Rare early Georgian antique bronze Griffin figural candlestick
Superb Rare early Georgian antique bronze Griffin figural candlestick
Superb Rare early Georgian antique bronze Griffin figural candlestick
Superb Rare early Georgian antique bronze Griffin figural candlestick
Superb Rare early Georgian antique bronze Griffin figural candlestick
Superb Rare early Georgian antique bronze Griffin figural candlestick
Superb Rare early Georgian antique bronze Griffin figural candlestick

Superb Rare early Georgian antique bronze Griffin figural candlestick
WE HAVE HERE AN IMPORTANT AND HIGHLY SOUGHT AFTER GEORGIAN POSSIBLY AS EARLY AS C1680 ANTIQUE BRONZE CANDLESTICK IT IS IN THE FORM OF A WELL MODELLED STYLISED GRIFFIN FIGURE STANDING ON A SLIGHTLY TAPERED RECTANGULAR DOUBLE BASE IT MEASURES 14CM TALL AND ITS IN SUPERB CONDITION WITH SOME AGE RELATED WEAR EXTREMELY TACTILE PIECE A RARE EARLY EXAMPLE FOUND DURING A LARGE SCOTTISH HIGHLAND ESTATE PROBATE CLEARANCE RECENTLY A SIMILAR EXAMPLE IS IN THE VICTORIA AND ALBERT MUSEUM IN LONDON THANK YOU. The item “Superb Rare early Georgian antique bronze Griffin figural candlestick” is in sale since Friday, November 20, 2020. This item is in the category “Antiques\Metalware\Bronze”. The seller is “harryb2010″ and is located in Maidstone. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Additional Material: Bronze
  • Style/Period: Georgian
  • Age: Pre-1800
  • Product: Candlestick/Candelabra
  • Original/Repro: Original
  • Country of Origin: United Kingdom

Superb Rare early Georgian antique bronze Griffin figural candlestick
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Superb Early Smiths Enfield London railway / school wall clock rare

Superb Early Smiths Enfield London railway / school wall clock rare
Superb Early Smiths Enfield London railway / school wall clock rare
Superb Early Smiths Enfield London railway / school wall clock rare
Superb Early Smiths Enfield London railway / school wall clock rare
Superb Early Smiths Enfield London railway / school wall clock rare
Superb Early Smiths Enfield London railway / school wall clock rare
Superb Early Smiths Enfield London railway / school wall clock rare
Superb Early Smiths Enfield London railway / school wall clock rare
Superb Early Smiths Enfield London railway / school wall clock rare
Superb Early Smiths Enfield London railway / school wall clock rare

Superb Early Smiths Enfield London railway / school wall clock rare
Superb excellent condition old (circa 1900) Smiths Enfield railway / school wall clock. The dial face (not including the outer edge exceptional quality wood surround) is 12 inches in diameter. Please note the original movement has been removed and has been replaced with a battery movement. This fine and rare example of a clock comes fully working. A fantastic investment and a real statement piece for any room. The item “Superb Early Smiths Enfield London railway / school wall clock rare” is in sale since Friday, September 25, 2020. This item is in the category “Antiques\Antique Clocks\Wall Clocks\Post-1900″. The seller is “colshobby” and is located in Worcester, Worcestershire. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Brand: Smiths
  • Type: Wall Clock
  • Clock Type: School Clock
  • Age: Antique, Post-1900
  • Featured Refinements: Railway Clock
  • Style/ Origin/ Theme: Antique/ Vintage
  • Rare Smiths Enfield London railway: School clock collectable antique

Superb Early Smiths Enfield London railway / school wall clock rare
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