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  • A pair of watercolours of macaws        
  • Place de la Concorde, Paris, 1911-1912
  • Edward Bawden, R.A. (1903-1989)
  • This James I silver Maidenhead spoon was made in London in 1616 by John Saunders and measures 6 1/8 inches in length, it has a nicely fashioned maidens head to the top of the spoon where there remains ...
  • This very nice Charles I silver seal top spoon was made in London in 1633 by Daniel Cary and measures 6.75 inches in length, it has the pin pricked initials on MD over MO 1633 to the top of the seal a ...
  • This trio of armorial Queen Anne Britannia silver castors were made in London in 1705 by Charles Adam and measure 8 inches tall by 3.25 inches in dia across the base for the large one and 6.5 inches t ...
  • This lovely armorial Queen Anne Britannia silver tobacco box was made in London in 1707 by Edward Cornock and measures 3.5 inches in length by 2 13/16 inches wide and is 1 inch deep. It has a very nic ...
  • This beautiful large and crested Queen Anne Britannia silver cup and cover was made in London in 1711 by John Rand and measures approx 10.5 inches tall by handle to handle and is in dia across the top ...
  • This superb quality pair of cast George II silver Rococo candlesticks were made in London in 1743 by WS and measure 10.5 inches tall and are 6 inches at their widest dia across the base. They are beau ...
  • This superb pair of crested George II silver sauce or gravy boats were made in London in 1753 by John Pollock and measure 8 inches handle to spout by almost 4 inches at their widest and are almost 5 i ...
  • This rare George I silver and tortoiseshell box was made we believe C1720 and measures 3 inches by 2 3/8 inches and is 0.5 inches deep, it has a pull off lid with a stand away hinge and has the bust i ...
  • This fine quality pear shaped George II silver sugar vase/caddy was made in London in 1738 by James Delas and measures almost 6 inches tall by approx 3.5 inches across the body and is 3 inches in dia ...
  • This cartouche shaped George II silver snuff box was made in London in 1751 by Joseph Collier and measures 2.75 inches in length by 2 1/8 inches wide and is 0.75 inches deep, it is embossed to the lid ...
  • This very nice good quality George II silver sparrow beak jug was made in London in 1735 by George Greenhill Jones and measures 3 3/8 inches to the top of the handle by almost 3 inches handle to spout ...
  • This superb crested George III silver serving trowel was made in London in 1772 by William Plummer and measures 11.75 inches in length’ it has a cast handle that is pierced to the top and has a leaf d ...
  • This most unusual and magnificent large and crested Victorian silver serving trowel or slice was made In London in 1844 by Edward Farrell and measures 15.75 inches in length by 4.75 inches across the ...