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This wonderful mourning ring, dating from the 1750's is just wonderful.
Made in rose gold, and set with woven hair in the centre, surrounded by natural seed pearls framed in a wonderful cobalt blue enamel, this is one really simply beautiful example of mourning jewellery of years gone by.
Made by Larard Brothers.
This is a wonderful piece of early Australiana jewellery. Made by Larard Brothers of Melbourne at the turn of the century, it is all made in 18ct, and set with 4 small diamonds in between the coral.
This ring is still in wonderful condition, and has lovely engraving on the sides.
Maker: Larard Bros.
Made in London 1844.
This is a very lovely mourning ring. In wonderful condition, it is made with a central carved onyx, surrounded by seed pearls. Making it all the more wonderful, is the black enamel continuing down the side of the band.
There is also a locket part under the top for hair, and as you can see from the other images, the hallmarks and enamel are still both wonderful condition.
This ring dates from 1844, making it one of the earliest pieces of jewellery that we have at the moment.
This is truly one of the most stunning pieces that we have ever seen!
A late Victorian EPNS candelabra/centrpiece of truly magnificent style. This incredible piece measures 62cm in height, and consists of 5 candle holders with 1 in the centre.
The centre stem depicts three ladies supporting the main candle branch.
As a truly wonderful bonus feature is that it has two glass bowls on either side for sweets.
Stamped "A1 EPNS" which denotes the highest quality of silver plate, this is just so much more beautiful when seen in store.
Made in 1911.
This wonderful sterling silver sugar caster measures 16.5cm in height, and has the most wonderful hand engraved design.
Dating from 1911, it is also in perfect condition. You can see in the other image the section for a monogram, initials or inscription to be engraved has never been done on this piece. A perfect wedding gift perhaps?
Maker: JG Ltd - Joseph Gloster Ltd
Circa: Birmingham 1911
Made by Martin and Hall.
This magnificent sterling silver sugar and creamer was made by the famous firm Martin and Hall in Birmingham 1903.
Both the creamer and sugar bowl have the most wonderful design, and both sit upon bun feet.
Maker: Martin and Hall
How wonderful is this!
A lovely Victorian lorgnette, made in tortoiseshell, from the 1890's.
With a lovely handle that lets the glass fold over, then slide into the centre, this is really so wonderful.
Gorgeous boy standing and smoking.
Isn't this just lovely! A wonderful bronze of a boy standing and smoking a cigarette.
Standing on a marble base, from top to bottom, this statue measures 18cm, so would easily be in place on a mantle shelf, or desk.
A wonderful piece, very finely made.
Complete with two erotica ivory dice.
How unique is this piece! Truly a wonderful gift, especially for the man who has everything!
A hand carved ivory cribbage board, with a figure of Buddha on the top, and a screw section at the end, which houses five ivory pegs.
What makes this piece even more spectacular, is the addition of a male and female ivory erotica dice! These alone make a wonderful talking point!
From end to end, this piece measures 16.5cm, and 3cm from left to right.
All in wonderful condition, this would be truly difficult in replacing.
Victorian with locket.
Such a perfect item of jewellery, that dates from the 1880's yet is so contemporary in design that it can be worn today with pride.
The sterling silver collar - which can be easily worn by itself, measures 45cm in length, and the lovely large sterling silver locket suspends wonderfully from below.
The detail of these collars is what makes them so popular today as they did many years ago.
Wonderful 18ct guard chain with slide.
This is a truly spectacular piece.
Without a doubt, this is one of the nicest pieces that we have ever seen.
Made with 6 rows of a foxtail link chain, it fits through a slide, set with a green and white paste stones, with two wonderful tassels on either side.
As you can see, there are also two more tassels set on the bottom.
This necklace measures a stunning 62cm in length, is made in 18ct gold, and dates from the 1870's.
This is a piece that must be seen to be believed.