World War One original brass ship's bell 'H.M.S. Raider 1916' with clanger. 32cm tall, 26cm wide.
Launched on the 17th July 1916, the HMS Raider was the second vessel of a class of 62 R-Class Destroyers operated by the Royal Navy and the HMS Raider served with the Grand Fleet during the first World War. The HMS Raider was laid down by the firm 'Swan Hunter & Wigham Richardson' at Wallsend on the River Tyne in October 1915. The Raider was later retired and finally sold for scrapping in April 1927 as most of the remaining R-Class Destroyers were.
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.
Asian gold coloured metal brooch & pendant set turquoise with enamel decoration: Tested as higher carat gold, with loses to both stones & enamel, gross weight 22.7g. The stone does come out on the pendant.
A cased set of 25 Romeo y Julieta Cedros De Luxe No.1 cigars made in Habana, Cuba. Appear to be in good condition. Box is showing signs of age and wear etc. there is a nail in the lid of the box to act as a catch. Tobacciana and smoking Interest.