Cut glass whisky decanter, silver collar

A fine quality heavy diamond cut decanter with a silver collar. The collar is hallmarked, London 1968-69, makers mark for Mappin & Webb. The decanter is in good condition, and measures 24.4cm H.


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Silver dressing table jar, Birmingham 1900

An attractive solid silver dressing table jar, hallmarked London 1900-1901, maker HM (Henry Matthews). The jar has an all over hammered effect. There is a smooth area to the lid where a monogram has been removed. The interior of the jar is gilded. Weight 177.2g


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Small 18th Century Oak Dresser Base

This wonderful oak dresser base would fit in to any home. With its lovely colour and patina it is in excellent condition. Dating from Circa 1780. Measurements Width 56,3/4" (1440mm) height 29" (755mm) Depth 14,1/4" (362mm)


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Oak coal box with patented opening

Now the nights are drawing in, this late 19th century Victorian oak coal box could be useful. The coal box is unusual in that it has a patent mechanism for opening the pair of oak doors at the front. You push the handle on the top backwards, and that levers open the doors at the front. The box has a pair of panel doors, a turned oak handle with brass attachments, a metal liner and an original shovel which is held in a bracket at the back. The box is in working condition, although it has been quite well used, and the shovel does show some wear to the blade from use.


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Pair glass and EPNS salts, trefoil shape

A pretty pair of salts. These EPNS holders are in the shape of a trefoil with ivy leaf edging. The liners are coloured pressed glass. The salts date the the 1920s/30s. Good overall condition, although the plate is a little worn


Wernicke bookcase

A 1920's Oak Wernicke bookcase in excellent original condition. Measurements: Height 47,1/4" (1200mm) Width 34,1/8" (865mm) Depth 12" (305mm)