We wish ALL our clients and friends a very Happy New Year and our wishes to each and every one a safe and healthy passage through the year
Screwed again. Having purchased stock for our Chrismas opening until the 24th Bojo has thrown yet another spanner in the works. Our click and collect service will run until we are allowed
to open the showrooms again. It's always worth sending an e-mail or giving us a call 07982 301833 or 01795 534093. We have around 500 items in the shop that are not on the web. Fortunately our
delivery service is still active in the Tier 4 region and it's free within the region.
We've posted new photos of the reorganised rooms - we hope you enjoy them.
Great news from Tennessee - the Fostoria glass wash set arrived safely and Scott Hobbs kindly put a pic on Facebook.
NEW PAGE - A very exciting medal came to us this week. A 1928 Winter Olympics Participants Bronze Medal - one of only 640 struck for the games - at the Los Angeles Olympics in 1984 12,500
were distributed. Click on the Stock Page for full details.The rare Anglepoise standard lamp designed by George Carwardine for Herbert Terry is rewired and awaiting PAT testing so
will be on the site very soon.
More curios, jewellery and For the Specialist Collector a set of three bronze sugar boilers from a French confiserie dated around 1850/1880. Rare thingls. Also some unusual miniature oil
lamps on the same page. Our shipment of a Parian ware figure to the US has been unpacked in perfect condition and another friend across the pond has been made.
Our opening times are 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.
The finest Porcelain & Pottery from around the world
C1760. A Meissen lidded dresser bowl and saucer with underglaze marks and impressed marks. £300.00. Detailed photos on request
Late 18th Century. A rare pair of Staffordshire Pottery Herdwick Shep. 5 1/2" x 3 1/2". £360.00
C1790. A Sevre lidded milk cup & saucer with a portrait of Louis XVI by Claire Maglin Rochette after the portrait (now in the Louvre) by Antoine-Francoise Callet. £800.00
1780/1790. French Porcelain wine jug. 6" tall.
Late 18th Cntury. A superbly cast Italian (probably Ventetian) putee with an anchor. Approx 3 inches. £75.00
Late 18th Century. Two of a set of six French lustre porcelain transfer printed and overpainted coffee cups and saucers. £120.00 the set
Late 18th Century Wedgwood (unmarked) Jasper Ware spouted jug. £140.00
1835. William Ridgwat & Son 'Tam O' Shanter" Jug with pewter lid. 7 1/2" tall. £185.00
C1840. A Parian Ware figure of Our Lady of the Vines from the Burgundy Region. 13 inches tall. Light damage to some leaves. £210.00
1895/1896. A Doulton Lambeth pot by Elizabeth Barlow (No.6028) with s hallmarked silver collar. 4 inches tall x 3 3/4" Diameter. £85.00
C1870. A Dresden porcelain pen rest and lidded inkwell with the origial porcelain ink holder intact. (3 pieces). £180.00. Detailed photos on request.
C1870. A Mason's blue flow transfer printed meat dish 21" long x 16 1/2" wide
C1895. One of a pair of Pearl Pottery 'Pagoda' pattern meat dishes approx 12" x 9". £50.00 the pair.
1896 (date stamp). Royal Worcester baluster form blush ivory pot pourie vase Registration Number 227399. 8 1/2" High. Pattern 1720. £280.00
C1900. Watcombe Torquay Pottery Art Nouveau Vase.
C1900 - a pair of oxblood Ruskin vases which we acquired with a Maple & Co hand made sideboard and were on the piece since its delivery to Putney in 1900. One firing crack -
but they survived the Blitz. £350.00