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Item Number 1692 - Photo 1
£145 GBP
€160 EUR      $185 USD
fabulous item ideal for display this just looks great with lid off and floral arrangement or just as it is. Good weight too 12kgs.
21" high and 13" dia approx.
Imagine this on York station platform back in the day.
Item Number 1097 - Photo 1
£800 GBP
€885 EUR      $1,025 USD
Pair of finely cast bronze “balloon baluster” shaped vases, decorated around the neck with a band of peony flowers; on the shoulder is a row of lappets containing three claw dragons and below them is a band of mythical kylins amongst stylised clouds.

These items were made in China in the mid to late 19th Century.

The condition is excellent with no dents and the colour is stunning.

They weigh a total of just under 7 kg, please enquire about shipping costs abroad.

Uk postage and packing and insurance will be £15

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Item Number 1001 - Photo 1
£350 GBP
€387 EUR      $448 USD
Copper log bin with brass handels and paw feet, Height 15" 38cm Diameter 14" 35.5cm Ref no SA1708
Item Number 1000 - Photo 1
£450 GBP
€498 EUR      $577 USD
Iron companion set of military interest , shovel tongs and poker all having brass handels, Height 68cm Width 11" 28cm Depth 10" 25cm , Ref no SA1750
Item Number 998 - Photo 1
£425 GBP
€470 EUR      $544 USD
Pair of cast iron garden urns on pedestal bases, Height 27" 68cm Diameter 15" 39cm, Ref no SA1755
Item Number 996 - Photo 1
£900 GBP
€996 EUR      $1,153 USD
Cast iron garden bench, Height 31" 79cm Width 6' 3" 190cm Depth 31" 79cm Ref no SA1753
Item Number 977 - Photo 1
£485 GBP
€536 EUR      $621 USD
Superb Flagon jug in brass having a band of hand worked motto.

ONE LORD
ONE FAITH
ONE BAPTISM

In original lacquer finish.
Item Number 914 - Photo 1
£395 GBP
€437 EUR      $506 USD
A stunning Liberty & Co English pewter twin-handled vase, model number 029, solifleur form with applied foliate handles, stamped marks.
Condition is excellent

25 cm High 16 cm Width and 10 cm Depth

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you require any further information regarding this item

UK Postage Free

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Item Number 758 - Photo 1
£95 GBP
€105 EUR      $121 USD
Stock No 8013
The Cider Drinker
Period: 1890
A Pewter figure showing a seated character with cup and cider flagan held in hands. Probably of German origin and intended as a display item for the mantelpiece. The urn could have been used to hold matches whilst the bowl under the stool has a rough top and may have been used as a match striker.
Height: 22cm/8in Length: 15cm/6in Width: 8cm/3in
£95
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Free shipping for the UK except there is a small courier charge for the following areas: Channel Islands, Isle of Wight, Isle of Man, Scilly Isles, Scottish Highlands, Scottish Islands and Northern Ireland; for these regions and overseas please contact us before making your order.

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Item Number 377 - Photo 1
£130 GBP
€143 EUR      $166 USD
An Art Nouveau Kayserzin Sauce Boat, made in Dusseldorf, Germany

The Krefeld foundry run by Jean Kayser was devoted to mass production, whereby the designs originated from the Cologne studio of Englebert Kayser.

At the world exhibitions in Paris (1900), Turin (1902), Dusseldorf and St.Louis (1904), the company enjoyed great success with its "Kayserzinn" or "Kayser pewter", a special lead-free alloy of tin and silver distinguished by its lasting gleam - success which it owed to its outstanding designers: Karl Geyer (1858-1912), Hermann Fauser(1874-1947), Karl Berghof(1881-1967) and others, but their main designer and artistic director was Hugo LEVEN (1874-1956), a name to be compared with that of Liberty's main pewter designer Archibald Knox.

The decors they designed were inspired by both floral French Art Nouveau and by linear Jugendstil.

The boat is in an excellent condition, with just s small amount of "pitting" in the bowl, it measures 20 cm long, has a depth of 14 cm and stands 8 cm high.

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Free UK Mainland Postage (special delivery)

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