Quite possibly unique, the only one in existence. Measures 21cms x 23cms. Some tears & fold marks, writing to the rear.
With the head on it measures 8.4cms high, its not free standing. Loss of Mohair / surface wear as per photo’s, the glass stopper and the top of the bottle is broken, see photo’s. Head doesn't stay fixed to body. Purple is one...
Looks to date to the late 1800s / early 1900s. An unbranded 9ct gold combination Fountain Pen & Propelling Pencil. Unfortunately the pencil slider is missing, so can’t extend the pencil workings to view it. Weighs approx 12.6 grams and is 11cms...
Missing the latch which can be replaced, otherwise great condition. Measures 14cms x 9cms x 4.5cms & weighs approx 161 grams. Externally extremely nice, internally some ink marks, minor wear to the brown felt
The handwitten note is dated 1895, see photo. EP with quality horn handles, unknown makers mark to the rear of the tray, see photo. Large set, Tray 36cms long, Fork 21.5cms long. Box has loss to the rear. A quality set !!
What a great collectable. Quite a bit of age about it, early 1900s. Measures 7.7cms wide x 6cms high & weighs approx 78.8 grams. No makers mark.
7.4cms high x 5.6cms diameter base. Nice condition, no losses
I don’t think I’ve ever seen anything quite like it. On the right is a perfume bottle (missing the lid) with a padded shoulder with 2 small pins in it. (I first though it might be a sewing kit) On the other side is a photo of a lady under...
Comes in original box with Australian retailers sticker. MONTAGUE LEVY, COLLINS ST WEST, MELBOURNE. 12.5cms long, amber stem, collar is possibly silver but not stamped as such. Some surface wear, but considerings its age, in great...
Comes in original box. 12.8cms long, amber stem has a crackled appearance. The chamber comes away from the main body of the pipe. Some minor losses and surface wear
Comes in original box. 10cms long, amber stem. Some minor losses and surface wear, needs a clean.
Comes in original box. 10.5cms long. Some minor losses and surface wear, needs a clean.
Measures 51mm x 37mm.
More than likely American in origin, it is stamped STERLING twice, there are no other makers marks etc. 19cms long & looks to date to the late 1800s. Sold as is.
Ex estate with previous owner confirming that in a specialist's opinion it's an oil on copper portrait of the early 1700s period, which fits in perfectly with the Kings death in 1702. The artist is unknown but was possibly done by...
A small set, would only suit a small lady or child. Nose bridge 27mm, total width to hinges 105mm, frame is stamped WILLSON. Generally in nice condition, lenses very nice considering age.