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£150.00

Taller example of the stunning "Opening" design of vase by Little Wonder for Rosenthal. "Beauty and perfection of the highest standards, Rosenthal signifies nothing more and nothing less. Rosenthal stands for luxury, lifestyle and a special aesthetic feeling. Products with…

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£75.00

Small but beautiful Sterling Silver two handled trophy, with removable lid and gilt interior, dated 1911. Would make a special gift and could be engraved. Hallmarks tell us that It is Made by Thomas Wilkinson and Sons of Birmingham. 72g…

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£8.00 [Sold]
26 piece puzzle in the shape of a crown. Produced by The Chad Valley Co. The puzzle was a 1953 competition by the Daily Mail for a cash prize, by assembling the pieces and then stencilling them in the correct…

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£75.00

Spoons made in 1922 in Sheffield by Charles William Fletcher and son, founded in 1894. Interestingly they also worked with Rolls Royce in 1939 and today still produce aircraft engines. Retailed by Barnby & Rust Goldsmiths of Hull Such a…

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£120.00

Exceptionally rare, antique butchers display stand made by Smith & Stevenson, butchers outfitters of Glasgow c1914 Great for a number of uses such as recipe book display stand as we have here. W42cm D31cm H6.5cm at front H15.5cm at back.…

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£40.00

A trio of antique apothecary bottles with etched wording of contents. Complete with stoppers. Perfect additions for any collection Please select delivery option A. Or option E if a signature is required.

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£50.00

Pattern number 01023 with Lion mask feet sold exclusively by Liberty & Co of London. open salt (Missing its liner) mustard pot with blue glass liner and pepper pot. Please choose delivery option A. Overseas customers please contact us for…

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£60.00

Antique decorative pie dish but would also serve as a fruit bowl or cake stand. Stamped with the Beech and Hancock Swan trademark used from 1862-1899. decorated with the 'Vernal' Pattern. Slight discolouration due to age, but otherwise in superb…

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£50.00

Steel weatherproof Wellington boot stand for up to three pairs of boots. Maximum H65cm Each prong H47cm Base diameter 23cm Please select deliver option B. Or option F if a signature is required.

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£40.00 [Sold]
Beautiful vintage enamelled bread bin from the 1930s. Would make a wonderful addition to any contemporary or country style kitchen. Generous size for the largest of loaves. 34cm Height (including lid handle) 37cm Width (excluding handles) 27cm Deep Standard delivery…

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£60.00 [Sold]
A 6 gallon cast iron cauldron from the late 1800s. Has all 3 legs and original handle. Looks great when used indoors as a log bin but also has holes on the base so will look lovely as a flower…

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£80.00 [Sold]
Super Champagne bucket on a stand Great for dinner parties for that added decadence and, most importantly keeping the wine cold. Would look fab outdoors when entertaining friends, or next to your sofa for a luxurious night in. H -…

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£20.00

A substantial, 38cm tall concrete cast candle stick with a slightly recessed top large enough to accommodate candles up to 7.5cm in diameter. Please note, although the photo shows a pair, one has already sold so we now have just…

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£28.00

11 conical shaped chemistry flasks. This type of vessel was first created by Doctor Erlenmeyer in 1860. Will look cool in a kitchen or can be used as small vases. They give a really unique look when filled with different…

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£9.50

A pair of unmarked or named but definitely old copper salts. Would make lovely little tea light or trinket holders. 8.3cm W 4cm H Please choose delivery option A. Overseas customers please contact us for a tailored delivery cost.

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£30.00

Beautiful 1930s jar by Mari EC Deruta with depiction of a Hare and a Fox between leaves and flowers and adorned with the inscription "Succo Di Urtica". which roughly translates to 'Nettle juice' Finial has at some point broken off…

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£20.00 [Sold]
Lovely small double sided glass frames with cute red and white, two-tone string which is also easy to change. Great for tickets, snippets, souvenirs and more, to create a wall of wonderful memories. Can be sold separately for 4.00 GBP…

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£12.00 [Sold]
Trade marked and stamped with "semi-deep" this beautiful white dish has a pouring spout in one corner. After some research we believe this dish was used for developing photographs, but would make an interesting coffee table dish or would be…

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£14.00

** INCLUDES FREE DELIVERY** Nothing says it better than this 1960s WHSmiths description, "Fashionable string for happy occasions" Packets are a little disheveled as one would expect with the age. Unfortunately we do not know the length of string as…

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£20.00

A simple but beautiful large ceramic jar with lid. Could be used for snacks and treats or many other uses around the house. Would also make a lovely large vase as a centrepiece on any table. H25.5cm Diameter 18.5cm Please…

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£30.00

Another fine individual example of glassware from designer Henry Dean. 1990's. Gorgeous, rich Putty colour which would suit a variety of interior styles and schemes. Hand Etched signing by Henry Dean on the underside. 11cm Diameter 10cm height Please select…

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£100.00

Beautiful tactile & individual example of mouth blown and handmade glassware from esteemed designer Henry Dean. 1990's. Hand Etched signing on the bottom. 32cm Diameter. 19cm Height. 8.5cm neck opening. Please select delivery option C. Or option G if a…

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£110.00 [Sold]
Pestle and Mortar used in an apothecary. By far the biggest we have come across. The pictures really do not do it justice and Its size alone makes it a very rare item indeed. Please note there is a chip…

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£145.00

Company founded in 1818 This beautiful, early 19th century item is a high quality example. Made mainly of brass with a wooden base. Beautiful as a display piece on its own or could be converted for other uses like a…

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