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  • A chrome and neon 'Restaurant' sign,-0

    A chrome and neon ‘Restaurant’ sign,

    £3,000 Stock code: 75486
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    A chrome and neon ‘Restaurant’ sign,

    neon tubing in tact but in need of rewiring,
    Dimensions: 123cm (48½“) At Highest, 9.5cm (3¾“) Deep, 303cm (119¼“) Long, the largest letter is 30.5 cm wide x 29.5 cm high x 6 cm deep
    Stock code: 75486
    £3,000
  • Highly decorative swag pelmets-0

    Highly decorative swag pelmets

    £890 – £2’000.00 depending on size Stock code: t112
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    Highly decorative swag pelmets

    in moss green silk with dusty rose rope and tassel trimmings. Decorative hold ups of matching rose detailed tassels. Three sections available.
    Dimensions: 200cm (78¾“) Wide, (cm) 204 W 110 H, 280 W 110 H, 420 W 110 H
    Stock code: t112
    £890 – £2’000.00 depending on size
  • A George III pine chimneypiece,-0

    A George III pine chimneypiece,

    £4,650 Stock code: 75490
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    A George III pine chimneypiece,

    having stepped shelf, leading to dentil detail above a well carved frieze centered by detailed flower and garlands flakned by a stylised eagles and foliate and leaf details, white marble ingrounds framed by carved details of shell and leaf motifs raised on marble footblocks
    Dimensions: 150.49cm (59¼“) High, 162.56cm (64″) Wide, 20.32cm (8”) Deep, Apperature width 90.17cm x height 102.23
    Stock code: 75490
    £4,650
  • Copper engravings of 'Four Stages of Cruelty'

    The Four Stages of Cruelty after William Hogarth. A set of four copper-engraved prints

    £900 the set of four Stock code: P00543
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    The Four Stages of Cruelty after William Hogarth. A set of four copper-engraved prints

    The social epidemic of wanton cruelty.

    Framed with gold slip

    Dimensions: 56cm (22″) High, 48cm (19″) Wide, 2cm (0¾“) Deep
    Stock code: P00543
    £900 the set of four
  • Brass letterplate

    Art Nouveau brass letterplate,

    £115 Stock code: 77257
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    Art Nouveau brass letterplate,

    with knocker, sprung,
    Dimensions: 8cm (3¼“) High, 22cm (8¾“) Wide, aperture 13cm x 3.5cm
    Stock code: 77257
    £115
  • Brass letterplate

    Brass letterplate,

    £80 Stock code: 77252
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    Brass letterplate,

    sprung, petite!
    Dimensions: 6cm (2¼“) High, 16cm (6¼“) Wide, aperture 11cm x 3cm
    Stock code: 77252
    £80
  • Brass letterplate

    1930’s brass letterplate,

    £110 Stock code: 77256
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    1930’s brass letterplate,

    with knocker, sprung,
    Dimensions: 7cm (2¾“) High, 21.5cm (8½“) Wide, aperture 12cm x 4cm
    Stock code: 77256
    £110
  • Brass letterplate

    A brass letterplate,

    £110 Stock code: 77258
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    A brass letterplate,

    1930’s, sprung,
    Dimensions: 8cm (3¼“) High, 21cm (8¼“) Wide, aperture 13.5cm x 3cm
    Stock code: 77258
    £110
  • Small pewter plates

    Mid-eighteenth century pewter plates,

    £75 each Stock code: 75333
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    Mid-eighteenth century pewter plates,

    plain rimmed with various touchmarks to the reverse.
    Dimensions: 25cm (9¾“) Wide
    Stock code: 75333
    £75 each
  • A Poro tribe mask,

    £250 £180 Stock code: 75367
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    A Poro tribe mask,

    Sierra Leone, 1960’s
    Dimensions: 53cm (20¾“) High, 31cm (12¼“) Wide, 22cm (8¾“) Deep
    Stock code: 75367
    £250 £180
  • Scalloped Galon Trimming-0

    Scalloped Galon Trimming

    £65 per metre Stock code: t102
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    Scalloped Galon Trimming

    Highly decorative galon trimming in cornflower blue, gold and burgundy. Silk, wool and viscose mix.
    Dimensions: 10.5cm (4¼“) Wide
    Stock code: t102
    £65 per metre
  • Single reeded pewter chargers

    Single reeded pewter chargers,

    £400 each Stock code: 75334
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    Single reeded pewter chargers,

    the rims engraved with the Coat of Arms of the Worshipful Company of FIshmongers, flanked by varying numerals, with hallmarks and touchmarks to rear.

    Nine stamped ‘J.STOREY’ (sometimes stamped I.S.), c.1710-1730, one ‘JOSEPH SPACKMAN’, second half eighteenth century.

    The single reeded rim is typical of English sadware from the early eighteenth century (1700-1730).

    Dimensions: 50cm (19¾“) Wide, 50cm (19¾“) in Diameter
    Stock code: 75334
    £400 each