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19th century Continental solid silver very pretty serving piece.
19th century Continental solid silver .800 fine unusual serving piece with double struck leaf pattern to stem and with beautifully shaped and engraved blade. The stem also bears beautifully stylised initials.
A very useful piece to serve small items, hors d'oeuvres and even butter.
Weight=40 grams.
Size=6 inches long. Blade is 2.25 inches long by 1.5 inches wide.
An unusual and very pretty serving piece in very good condition.

Ref: 5888
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19th century Continental wonderful pale solid oak fancifully carved cupboard.
From a house in Spain, a 19th century Continental solid oak carved cupboard in a pale colour to go with any decor. Beautifully and fancifully carved with lion's masks, cherubs, male figure, leafy foliate designs, fishscales and geometric patterns.
The cupboard separates into two pieces for transport, and the top and bottom sections enclose one shelf each. There is also a drawer in the bottom section.
Will look lovely in any room. The cupboard is equally at home enclosing books, kitchen or dining room items, bathroom towels and supplies, or in a bedroom for folded clothing.
Size-41 inches wide by 19.5 inches deep by 65.5 inches high.
A lovely and useful cupboard with beautiful colour and patination. Both a practical piece and an excellent talking point.
In very good condition.
Ref: 5350
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19th century copper brass and turned wood hot water bedwarmer or warming pan.
19th century unusual copper brass and turned wood bedwarmer or warming pan. This is heated with hot water.
The wood handle unscrews where the brass connects to the copper. This reveals an inner stopper that opens and allows hot water to be poured into the copper receptacle.
Size- 41 inches long by 11.5 inches diameter.
Lovely as a decorative piece.
Good condition with some dents to pan.
Ref: 4439
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19th century cut glass small bowl with cross cut diamond and fan cuts.
Lovely 19th century small cut glass bowl, hand cut with cross cut diamonds and fans to exterior, and with star cut base.
Heavy in weight, a useful bowl for desk, dressing table, or for nuts, etc.
Size-3.5 inches diameter, 2.25 inches high.
With just two difficult to notice inner edge chips, this item is in otherwise very good condition.
Ref: 5332
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19th century English very attractive petal carved ivory and engraved silverplate dessert service canteen for 12 people in the original fitted box.
19th century lovely Victorian silver plate and carved ivory dessert canteen in the original mahogany fitted case.
The service comprises 24 pieces (12 knives and 12 forks) for 12 people in two divided trays within the original mahogany fitted case. The handles are a creamy coloured genuine period ivory carved all around in a beautiful flower petal form with a similarly designed petal silver plate ferrule. The blades and tines are engraved on both sides with a leafy pattern, so that no matter which way the cutlery is laid, the carvings and engravings are visible.
Size-fork is 7 inches long by 5/8 inches wide; knife is 8.5 inches long by .75 inches wide. Case overall is 11 3/8 inches long by 9 7/8 inches wide by 2.75 inches high.
Weight-2.1 kilos.
Several handles have very thin age related stable hairlines, and some of the creamy ivory has some darker coloured areas. The case has slight warping to one top corner. The silver plate is in very good unworn condition.
The quality of this set would have made it quite expensive at the original time of purchase.
This is a lovely set in very good condition overall, with well fixed ivory handles having a lovely patina, and great silver plate double struck engraved knife blades and forks. It would make a fine addition to the table to use for dessert, cheese or fruit.
An unusually elegant design.
Ref: 6135
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19th century English Victorian framed handwritten indenture made in 1873 in Dorking, Surrey.
Written in 1873, this is a very interesting large English handwritten indenture, made in Dorking, Surrey, and later mounted framed and glazed.
Historically, an indenture is a written legal contract between parties often dealing with land transactions, indentured labour, and apprenticeships. It was written in duplicate on the same sheet, with the two parts separated by cutting a jagged toothed line between the two, so that the two parts could later be refitted to confirm the authenticity of the document. Hence the term, "indenture." Each party of the deed would retain one part.
Handwritten in brown ink on vellum, this indenture deals with a land transaction between John Truelove and John Johnson, regarding a parcel of land in Wescott, part of Dorking in Surrey.
It bears a plot plan of the land, as well as the revenue and tax stamps, signatures and wax seals.
Professionally framed and mounted in a wood and gesso black and gilt frame, this is both an interesting piece of history, and a very decorative piece for the wall of any room.
Size-33 inches long by 27.5 inches high.
Another indenture also mentioning John Johnson, mounted and framed in a matching frame, is also available.
In very good condition.
Ref: 5788
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19th century English Victorian framed handwritten indenture made in 1886 in Dorking, Surrey.
Written in 1886, this is a very interesting large English handwritten indenture, made in Dorking, Surrey, and later mounted framed and glazed.
Historically, an indenture is a written legal contract between parties often dealing with land transactions, indentured labour, and apprenticeships. It was written in duplicate on the same sheet, with the two or more parts separated by cutting a jagged toothed line between each, so that the parts could later be refitted to confirm the authenticity of the document. Hence the term, "indenture." Each party of the deed would retain one part.
Handwritten in black ink on vellum, this indenture deals with a land an buildings transaction between John Johnson, the mortgagor, and three other parties, Richard Rose, Charles Wilkins and Robert Collins, the mortgagees, regarding a parcel of land in Wescott, part of Dorking in Surrey, for the princely sum of 250.00 consideration.
It bears the revenue and tax stamps, signatures and the personal wax seals of each party.
Professionally framed and mounted in a wood and gesso black and gilt frame, this is both an interesting piece of history, and a very decorative piece for the wall of any room.
Size-33 inches long by 27.5 inches high.
Another indenture also mentioning John Johnson, mounted and framed in a matching frame, is also available.
In very good condition.
Ref: 5789
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19th century fabulous curved settee or chaise with original gilt carved frame.
Wonderful 19th century superb curved chaise or settee with sensuous curves and beautifully carved wood frame having the original gilding. The graceful curves of the carved wood frame are echoed in the upholstered seat and angled back.
Approximate dimensions-72 inches long by 40 inches wide by 34.5 inches high.
This has been completely professionally reupholstered in a luxury pewter and gold fabric, and stands on the original casters.
A stunning feature for any room, and very comfortable as well. A real talking point, and a rare survivor of the period. Although you may see Victorian show wood settees, you will not often see gilt or curved settees.
This would have been originally made for a very fine home.
In very good condition, this is a most unique and elegant piece for the living room, bedroom or study. It is a very functional and impressive piece. Please request an appointment to view.
Ref: 5422
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19th century French hallmarked solid silver and enamel pocket watch with key.
19th century very pretty French solid silver .935 fine (higher than British sterling) hallmarked pocket watch, with the original key.
Pretty enamel and gilt dial, and shell modelled engraved case.
Size-1 5/8 inches diameter.
Needing a clean and service, this is priced accordingly.
A very attractive pocket watch.
Ref: 4804
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19th century Georgian walnut and mahogany antique paint box.
From a large home in Sussex, with many family antiques, a 19th century Georgian mahogany and walnut inlaid antique paint box/work box having a rising lid with fitted interior containing lidded velvet lined compartments with ivory knobs above a removable leather topped writing slope, containing a slide out pen tray and ink drawer including original cast brass topped inkwells. A fitted drawer is found next to writing slope.
The middle largest compartment also lifts out to reveal another similar compartment below.
Fine dove tail construction, original brass fittings, ivory escutcheon, and the original lock and key complete the chest.
A very unusual, beautifully crafted and complete antique Georgian chest, very suitable for jewellery, watches or any small items.
This would probably have been a bespoke chest, originally made to house paints, and would have been very expensive when made.
Size-16 inches wide by 11 inches deep by 7 inches high (closed).
In very good condition.
SOLD
Ref: 5282
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