An original vintage enamel sign 'Park Drive For Pleasure, 10 for 4D, Plain or Cork Tip, 5 for 2D'. 77x x 51cm. Generally in good condition with some chipping to the enamel around the edges and also a small section on the lettering. Some warp to the sign too. A great stylish piece.
Beswick Pinto pony in Palomino colourway 1373. 17cm tall. In good condition with no obvious damage or restoration. The piece has some minor fine crazing apparent. Mentioned for accuracy are two minor flea bite chips to the left feet though are 1 or 2mm each.
A hallmarked silver salver with shaped edge raised on three feet. Hallmarked for Sheffield 1926. Made by Thomas Bradbury and Sons. 380.8 grams. In good condition with no engravings. Some scratching apparent. 20cm diameter.
Large Moorcroft low shouldered vase in an Anemone or similar pattern. 31cm tall. The piece displays well however there has been professional restoration to the main body of the vase. The neck appears to be in good condition. Crazing apparent.
19th century 'Cassell's Complete Atlas containing two hundred and sixty folio maps, (beautifully engraved and coloured) presenting a full and most accurate survey of the World's surface. 'Supplement to the Weekly dispatch of Sunday'. Circa 1860s. The maps are all lithographs and are mainly by Edward Weller. Believed to be complete. Generally in good clean condition however as expected some signs of wear and age do show in the form of foxing, staining, creasing, minor repairs etc though generally it is in good clean condition. 50 x 36cm.
A WMF art nouveau pewter claret jug with threaded stopper, tapering green glass body and designed maidens around the base. Stamped to base, WMF, EP. 37cm tall. In good condition with no obvious damage or restoration though missing 2 small metal supports on the underside.
A.H. Mcintosh Of Kirkcaldy retro 1960s teak sideboard raised on tapered legs. Approx 208 x 46 x 76cm. Generally in good tidy condition with some age related wear and tear to includes scratches scuffs etc. Observe the photos for further information.
A collection of H & R Daniel tea and dinner ware: pattern number 4024, circa 1820 (29 pieces). In mixed condition, every one of the items has wear to the paintwork and guilding as expected with a tea set this old. Each example has been used and therefore has surface wear including scratches and varying depths and loss of paint. 3 of the smaller cups are cracked and a further one has had the handles glued back on. 5 of the larger cups are damaged with either cracks or reglued areas etc. 5 side plates are also cracked/ damaged. Please note, every other piece shows signs of age as this is an antique tea set and isnt perfect.
9ct gold charm bracelet with padlock catch and various charms to include a dolphin, lamp, handcuffs, 21, break glass box, clogs, genie slipper and a wishbone. Bracelet and each charm hallmarked 9ct/375. 21.5 grams total weight
An early 20th century Wedgwood Black Basalt bust depicting Minerva or a similar Roman God/Goddess. An unusual item which isn't seen too often. In good condition with no obvious damage or restoration. Stamped 'Wedgwood' in 2 places as well as 'Made in England' and the letter 'C'. 11.5cm tall.
A near pair of Doulton Lambeth table salts with a bird design, circa 1876 with marks to base. In good condition with no obvious damage or restoration. Each has an odd chip to them around the base and there are also some grazes too. 9.5cm tall.
Moorcroft tall tubular vase in the Pomegranate design. There has been some professional restoration to the top rim of this piece and there is also age related crazing all over. Otherwise good with some light scratches as expected. 31.5cm tall.