Georgian tea caddy

A 19th C tortoiseshell tea caddy. The caddy with a slightly domed top. Opening the hinged lid reveals the velvet lined lid, and ivory edged base and lid. The interior has its tea compartment lid with ivory shaped finial handle. The body is veneered with well chosen panels of tortoiseshell and the caddy stands on four small ivory bun feet. Please note, there has been a crack to the tortoiseshell veneer which runs diagonally across the caddy lid,(see picture)this has been restored by ourselves and is still a very nice caddy.

£495.00
14cm x 9cm x 9cm H

Cranberry glass cordial jug

A hand blown jug in the ever popular Cranberry colour glass, with a clear glass handle. Clear pontil mark to base. This item is vintage rather than antique, ie probably produced in the last 50 years. All the same it is a good jug.

£52.00

Victorian Ironstone meat plate

A large transfer printed meat plate. The plate dates to Mid- Victorian times, and has an impressed backstamp which reads, 'Ironstone warranted'. The plate is decorated with a willow pattern transfer in blue. The plate is in good condition.

£45.00

Six cut glass tumblers

Six attractive cut glass tumblers, no makers mark but they are nice quality and all in good condition. Fairly recent in manufacture, possibly 1970s.

£24.00

EPNS sugar scuttle and scoop

A cute little silver plated scuttle and scoop, modelled like a coal scuttle. It would have been used during afternoon tea, to scoop the sugar lumps for your cup of tea. It has an attractive engraved foliate design. The scuttle does have signs of wear to the silver plate commensurate with age, but no knocks or damage. Dating to the early 20th century. It has the makers mark TL & SS (Thomas Land & Sons, Sheffield) impressed in the base.

£25.00
16cm L to back of handle, 12cm H. scoop 7.5cm L

Oak longcase clock

A longcase clock by Crane of Bromsgrove. The case is oak with mahogany banding. The dial is a 14inch painted arched dial. The movement is 8 day, weight driven. It is in good working order.

£1,375.00

Mahogany longcase clock

A longcase clock by James Gordon of Perth. The case is mahogany banding. It has a brass arched 12inch dial. You can turn it from strike to silent if you wish. The movement is 8 day. It is in good working order.

£3,475.00

Copeland coffee can and saucer

A very pretty ribbed Copeland coffee can and saucer, dating to around 1900. It has a transfer outline design which has been over-painted, and gilding added. It is marked Copelands china England to the base. In good condition, but a slight yellowing inside the base of the cup. I have two of these available.

£18.00

Royal Worcester cabinet plate, fish (Salmon)

An attractive Royal Worcester cabinet plate depicting fish (Salmon). The central scene being a transfer outline, with the detail hand-painted in. The plate is surrounded by a swags and bows border,(transfer print), and the outer rim a hand-painted royal blue and gold. Backstamp in green, 'Royal Worcester vitreous', England, with the date dots for 1902. Overall good condition, but there are a few under glaze marks.

£48.00

Royal worcester cabinet plate, fish (pike)

An attractive Royal worcester cabinet plate depicting fish (Pike). The cental scene being a transfer outline, with the detail handpainted in. The plate is surrounded by a swags and bows border,(transfer print), and the outewr rim a handpainted royal blue and gold. Backstamp in purple, 'Royal Worcester vitreous', England, with the date dots for 1899. Overall good contition, but the odd slight scratch to the central panel.

£48.00

Royal Worcester cabinet plate (common carp)

An attractive Royal worcester cabinet plate depicting fish (Common Carp). The cental scene being a transfer outline, with the detail handpainted in. The plate is surrounded by a swags and bows border,(transfer print), and the outewr rim a handpainted royal blue and gold. Backstamp in purple, 'Royal Worcester vitreous', England, with the date dots for 1900. Overall good contition.

£48.00

Oak longcase clock

An oak and mahogany longcase clock with a shell inlay on the door. It has a 14inch arched painted dial, which has been re-painted, showing a hunting scene. To the top of the hood there is a brass eagle finial. The movement is by William Jones of Aberystwyth. It has an 8 day weight driven movement.

£1,995.00

Mahogany four tier folding cake stand

A pretty little piece of furniture, dating to the 1920s, which would have been used for afternoon tea. This mahogany four tier cake stand folds away when not in use

£195.00

Georgian mahogany pembroke table

A Georgian mahogany pembroke table with a pair of drop leaves with flap supports. The table has a pair of drawers fronts to one end with turned mahogany knobs and brass escucheons. The reverse side has a dummy drawer front. The table has turned tapering legs ending with original brass casters. The table has some historic woodworm under the flap supports, and a small depair to a drawer base. (Circa 1830)

£960.00

Cheval mirror

A large freestanding (cheval) mirror. It dates to around 1810 and has its original plate glass mirror, and original brassware. It is mahogany, and stands on claw feet. It is extremely decorative. The stand is also on castors so it can be moved easily.

£1,100.00

Georgian mahogany bowfront chest of drawers

An antique regency georgian 19th century bowfront mahogany chest of drawers with attractive brass drop handles and splayed feet in the Hepplewhite style. All the drawers are oak lined and cock beaded to protect the wonderful flame mahogany veneers which are rich in colour.

£850.00

Georgian Tortoise shell tea caddy

A fine Blonde Tortoiseshell tea caddy dating from the early part of the 19th century. Each panel of tortoiseshell is separated by metal stringing, and there is also a vacant cartouche to the lid. The velvet lined, hinged lid opens to reveal two lidded tea compartments, each lid with ivory knob. Any restoration has been completed by ourselves and the caddy is presented in excellent condition with working lock and key.

£995.00