Walnut domed top tobacco caddy, C1900

A very attractive walnut domed top cigar caddy dating to around 1900. The caddy has cast brass ball and claw feet, cast brass handles and escucheon, and its original key. The caddy is decorated with boxwood stringing all over, and inlaid with mother of pearl lid.The interior of the caddy is cedar lined with a lidded compartment.


Sterling silver vesta case.

An attractive hinged lid Sterling silver vesta case with a blank cartouche to the sides surrounded by relief foliate designs. Striker to the base. Marked Sterling to the inside lip. In overall good condition, no holes. Dating to the earlier part of the 20th century.


Silver gentleman's penknife, 1898

A lovely Sterling Silver penknife with pivoting hanging loop. The knife has full English hallmarks, Assay office Birmingham, (Anchor) the maker's mark "VP" and date letter gothic "Y", which is the hallmark for 1898 The steel blades with some tarnish marks as can be seen. The knife has an all over ivy leaf design which is very attractive. The tools within the knife are steel and comprise, knife, scissors, button hook, file. The knife measures 5.8cm long, excluding hanging loop. Nice condition, some tarnish to the tools.


Edwardian inlaid mahogany display cabinet

An Edwardian mahogany display cabinet dating to around to 1900. The cabinet has tear drop moulded cornice over astragal glazed doors with. It boasts its original rippled glass. (note the shelves a new glass replacements). The cabinet stands over an apron inlaid with bellflower garlands, and is raised on swan neck legs with boxwood line inlays.


Victorian ladies wingback armchair

A very pretty mid Victorian ladies wingback armchair. This delightful chair has fine quality mahogany legs and stretcher. It has been newly upholstered, and has a feather cushion. Very dainty size, and very comfortable. C1850

1.02m H, 76cm W, 62cm D, 44cm seat depth.

Victorian mahogany glazed bookcase

A floor standing glazed mahogany glazed bookcase, of good colour, dating to late Victorian times, C1890. The bookcase stands on a plinth and has three shelves, the doors to which are lockable (key present),and also an unusual hinged lockable top section, in which documents could be stored. The bookcase has its original brass locks and escutcheon.


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.


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.


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.


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.

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.


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.


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.


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.