We have had a VERY positive response from our visitors to our PPE policy. 3 peole have refused to wear masks - so they were not allowed to enter. We have been
following WTO & the Scottish Government's guidelines - perfectly clear since May - as opposed to the Johnson/Cummins obfuscation and psychobabble - and our showrooms are still sterile. Thank you
to all our kind customers for their compliance and their help in keeping all of us safe. There will be no change to our PPE policy until at least June 2021.
Now we're all safe - DO COME IN.
STOP PRESS 7h AUGUST 2020
NEW PAGE - Lots more silver posted on the new Silver Page and new postings on the Furniture, Asian & Oriental, Porcelain, Art, Glass, Curios and Jewellery page.
Much more still to post - when we get the time, so keep looking.
Our opening times are to be altered until further notice - we will open only on the first Sunday of each month - so we are now Tuesday to Saturday. This will allow us to keep the
premises sterile and safe - and it does take a lot of work.
Precious Metals - Always pleased to give face to face valuations on any item of precious metal with full, testing, weighing and grading of metal & stones. If you think your
items are of a high value - book an appointment. We buy for cash but we need ID from first time clients.
Antique Silver and things with silver or gold.
Antique silver and some selected more modern pieces.
C1780/1810. A pair of exquisite 930 grade silver continental (German or Austrian) shoe buckles, with engine turned borders.
1787/88. A Walter Brind London hallmarked salt spoon. 4". £56.00
C1780/1800. A Dublin Hallmarked wine funnel - very clearly hallamrked. 3 7/8" long. £320.00
1804. London Hallmark George III sugar nips. Classic Georgian simplicity of design. 6" long.
1769 & 1775. A near pair of Russian serving spoons both 8" Long. Photos of hallmarks available on request. £250.00
1812/1813. A Chester Hallmarked silver banded and Baltic amber cheroot holder in its original shagreen case. £85.00
1889/90. Birmingham Hallmark egg cup shaped pepperette. £46.00
1890/1891. Brminham Hallmarked lidded mustard pot with original glass liner. 2 1/2" tall. £44.00
1893. A small repousse bowl by Hukin & Heath (makers for many Christoher Dresser designs) with garlands of flowers fluted rim. £45.00
1899. A Koch & Bergfield silver (800 grade) wine cup. 6" Diameter 2 1/2" deep £130.00
C1900. Chinese 925 Hallmarked tea caddy 4 1/2" tall. £175.00
1900/1901. London Hallmark Silver, leather and shagreen bridge score card holder. 4 1/2" x 3".
1901/1902. Birmingham Hallmark and Import Mark - A totally original crocodile skin & silver Art Nouveau wallet/card case by Ludwig Krumm, Offenbach - a renowned maker of
'objets de vertu' 3 1/2 inches by 2 1/2 iches. £240.00
Interior photos on request.
C1900/1910 An imported Art Nouveau silver bon bon dish 5 1/2' diameter and 1 1/2' deep. £70.00
1901/1902. Birmingham hallmarked silver & leather 3/32 pint liquor flask with silver gilt cup. £130.00
1901/1902. Military Interest. East Sussex Regiment Officer's mess sugar shaker. Approx. 9 1/2" tall.£250.00
1907/08 A Chester Hallmarked cream jug 3 1/4" tall. £80.00
1908/09 A Birmingham Hallmarked pin cushion in the form of a pig approx 1 3/4' long with original pad and in exquisite condition. £130.00
C1950. A set of 12 Siamese silver (800 grade) place markers.
1950's. Solid silver ballpoint bridge pens in 4 colours and in the original case. £90.00
C1950. Military Interest. Royal Engineers Warrant Officer's Mess silver salver with a commemoration for Trinamalee - Trinamali on the salver - 4 3/4" Diameter. The hallmark is
very lightly stamped and indistinct. £85.00
C1950's A boxed sterling silver 4 colour bridge ballpoint pens in original box with replacement refills. £110
1952. The last issue of George VI Maundy Money in original Royal Mint Box. Coins are silver 4d, 3d,2d,1d. uncirculated. £185.00
C1980. A modern Art Deco style Italian wood backed silver photo frame 5 1/4" x 4". £125.00
2000. London Hallmarked Millenium Commemorative Silver bookmark. £50.00