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DOULTON BIG BEN VICTORIAN ADVERTISING WHISKY JUG.A beautiful late Victorian Doulton art ware whisky advertising jug dating to about 1895 and standing at over 7 inches in height. Blue and green stoneware glazed jug with brown top. The front of the jug features a raised plaque with the depiction of the famous clock tower and with advertising, BIG BEN SCOTCH WHISKY TEN YEAR OLD. Handle to the reverse side. Base features Doulton pottery stamp, artists initials and other factory markings. Mint condition.
Code: 1976Price: 220.00 GBP
STONEWARE REFORM FLASK.A very nice English stoneware reform flask modeled as the politician Lord Brougham and dating to 1830 / 1840 period. The flask depicts lord Brougham holding a scroll with inscription, THE TRUE SPIRIT OF REFORM and below this, BROUGHAM REFORM CORDIAL (the last word is poorly stamped).The size is just over 6 inches which is smaller than most. A couple of insignificant nicks but no crack or repairs. A nice looking example.
Code: 1974Price: 165.00 GBP
UNUSUAL EXTRA LARGE CODD BOTTLE WITH A MILITARY CONNECTION.Most codd bottles are produced in a 6oz or 10oz size but this one is an extra large 16oz example which are scarce and unusual.This large aqua glass codd bottle is embossed, HEDGES, LONG CECIL, SMETHWICK. The reverse side has the glass makers details for Redfern brothers Barnsley. The bottle was produced to commemorate the end of the Boar war in South Africa, long Cecil was the name of a large field gun that was produced by the De Beers mining group in Kimbeley for use by the British military garrison to defend Kimberley against the attacking Boar forces.These extra large codds seem to mostly originate from the Birmingham area and were used by various company's and a number of them were produced as military commemoratives with embossing such as, long guns, peace beverage and obviously long Cecil.The condition of the bottle is mint and it has probably never been buried in a rubbish tip.
Code: 1975Price: 65.00 GBP
PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER GRAPE SCISSORS WITH ORIGINAL CASE.A fine set of antique silver grape scissors, the handles are decorated with a lady and gentleman in Tudor dress. Silver hallmarks for Birmingham 1886. Complete with leatherette box.
Code: 1973Price: 285.00 GBP
VICTORIAN STONEWARE TEAKETTLE STYLE INKWELL ON GILT METAL STAND.A very nice ceramic teakettle style inkwell with decorative red and gold decoration.The gilt metal lid unscrews and it still retains it's original ceramic weight. Complete with gilt metal Standish with floral shell decoration and metal fitting to the back of the dish to hold three pens.A very unusual and attractive item dating to the 1870's.
Code: 1969Price: 225.00 GBP
VICTORIAN MINERAL WATER BOTTLE.A very nice aqua glass 6oz size mineral watter bottle having six dimples in the base of the bottle to retain the internal glass marble stopper and which is a similar design to the Sykes Macvay patent.The lip of the bottle is the codd type.The bottle is embossed, E.R.ING SWINDON with the trade mark of crossed battle axes.The bottle still retains the glass marble and the leather lip washer.No chips, cracks or other damage just a very nice example.
Code: 1970Price: 100.00 GBP
OLD BILL WW1 COMMEMORATIVE CERAMIC DISH FROM SKEGNESS.A small ceramic WW1 old bill dish. Although i have sold many old bill plates and dishes over the years this is the 1st one of this style and with town name that i have owned, it is a most unusual example and it is in mint condition. The dish depicts old bill in full British WW1 uniform eating from a tin of plum jam and with question below, when is it going to be strawberry.The dish depicts the town coat of arms of Skegness in Lincolnshire with town name below. The border of the plate is decorated with German Pickelhaube helmets and other designs.The reverse side has full artist / designer and Grimwades pottery stamps.
Code: 1971Price: 78.00 GBP
SILVER AND TORTOISESHELL TRINKET BOX.A very nice silver trinket box sitting on three decorative silver feet.The lid is constructed in tortoiseshell and then inlaid in silver with the military badge of the, ARMY SERVICE CORPS. Silver hallmarks for London 1916 with makers details for the Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company Ltd.
Code: 1968Price: 135.00 GBP
SILVER TEA CADDY SPOON MODELED AS A JOCKEY'S HAT.A superb quality novelty jockey hat caddy spoon with silver hallmarks for Sheffield 1938 and with makers initials TB & S.
Code: 1967Price: 165.00 GBP
MINIATURE VICTORIAN NOVELTY SILVER BOATING OAR IN PRESENTATION CASE.A most unusual silver hallmarked rowing oar which was obviously produced as a presentation award / gift for a Victorian boating competition. Silver hallmarks for London 1853 with makers initials. Complete with fine quality brown leatherette presentation case, the interior is constructed in blue velvet and it is fitted for the oar. A most unusual item and especially nice with it's original box.
Code: 1966Price: 200.00 GBP
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