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This pretty antique dresser box features enamel decorated panels with beading and floral designs, and its original red satin upholstery. Measures 6 by 3.7 by 3...

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This very wonderful nineteenth century bronze jardiiere is distinguished for its monumental size (31 tall and 19 across), shape and neoclassical masks in hig...

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This pretty antique French dresser box features enamel decorated panels with beading and floral designs. Measures 5 wide, 3.75 deep and 2.75 tall. Hinge is...

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This beautiful ormolu bronze tazza is believed to date from the early to mid 19th century. It features a reticulated basket, neoclassical masks and owl heads....

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This wonderful pair of censers, modeled as crane figures with removable wings, are crafted from cloisonne enameled metal and date from the late 19th to early 2...

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Carl Poul Petersen Sterling large cake dish, Montreal C.1945. The dish of circular form with raised border of corn peapod intervals, hammered finish. Diameter:...

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Cartier pair of sterling silver candlesticks, Cartier, mid 20th century. Each with knopped baluster stem, plain urn socket, shallow dome foot with molded rim. ...

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W & S Sorensen Silver Letter Opener, Denmark C.1930. The handle of a blossom stylistic slightly three dimensional form, tapered blade. Length: 9.75 inches....

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Rare set of 6 Animal Serviette Rings, Birmingham 1920, C. & C. Hodgetts. Each depicting a different animal surmounted on a wishbone. Original Fitted Box.

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This is a pair of five branch Gorham sterling silver candelabra. These are in Gorham’s wonderful and popular ‘Chantilly’ pattern. They have been made with remo...

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This is a stunning sterling silver lidded loving cup made before 1920. This cup would make a wonderful trophy for any equine event with its styling and excepti...

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This is an English George V sterling silver trophy. The piece has a circular, domed, plain bowl embellished by a circle of entwined leaf motifs. Supporting the...

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This is a set of twelve English George iii sterling silver plates, made in London by silversmith Robert Sharp in 1801. The plates are decorated with a gadroon ...

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This is a wonderful and unusual sterling silver nut dish. Surmounted in the center of the bowl, on a tree stump, sits a squirrel casually nibbling on a nut, th...

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This is a very large French sterling silver tray from the Victorian era. The center of the piece has been beautifully hand engraved and is still in great condi...

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This is an English sterling silver Edwards VII tea tray, made in London by Charles Boyton & Son. The rectangular tray is in the Regency style with curved e...

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This is a wonderful set of twelve sterling silver dinner plates made by the Meriden Brittania Company, in Meriden, Connecticut. The plates have a large rim, ou...

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This is a quirky German spice container, made of 800 silver, in the shape of a bird. The head has pierced holes on its top and is detachable. The entire body i...

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This is an interesting and unusual Gorham sterling silver box. Greco-Roman design inspired this box, as seen by the dye-cast band of a chariot race which wraps...

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This is an elegant sterling silver water pitcher, made by the Meriden Britannia Company, circa 1900. It has been done in the “Marie Antoinette” pattern, its ne...

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