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PAUL STORR - THE CAHIR SERVING DISHES - AN IMPORTANT SET OF THREE GRADUATED SERVING DISHES MADE IN LONDON IN 1811 BY PAUL STORR.
LISKEARD. A very rare seventeenth century laceback trefid spoon made by William Rowe of Liskeard circa 1680-90.
PAUL STORR. A very rare & important George III Silver gilt ice cream service made in london in 1817 by paul storr.
The Mells Park "Bucket" Wine Cooler. An important George III Wine Cooler made in London in 1807 by Robert I & Samuel Hennell.
An important, and extremely rare, early George III Gold & Enamel Magnifying Glass, with original red leather case. Made almost certainly in London circa 1770.
William Wordsworth Interest. An important set of four George II Fruit Bowls and Stands made in London in 1751/52 by Samuel Herbert & Co.
An exceptional pair of George III Sauce Tureens, with their original stands, made in London in 1773/74 by Sebastian & James Crespel.
A very rare William & Mary Snuff Box made in London circa 1690. Maker's Mark of AH with a crown above and a cinquefoil below.
An exceptionally fine George III Gold Mounted Citrine Vinaigrette modelled as a Pocket Watch. Made almost certainly in Scotland circa 1800.
An exceptional pair of George III Beaded Sauceboats made in London in 1785 by Daniel Smith & Robert Sharp.
The Prideaux Place Casters. A very rare set of three early george ii heraldic casters made in London in 1733 by samuel wood
William III. An exceptionally rare Seventeenth Century Britannia Standard Trefid Fork mad ein London in 1697 by William Matthew
A very fine pair of george iii silver based wine coasters made in London in 1776 by william plummer.
THE SPENCER CANDELABRA. An important pair of George III Cast Neo Classical Two Light Candelabra made in London in 1782/83 by John Schofield.
An extremely rare George III Double Snuff Box made in London in 1784 by Thomas Phipps & Edward Robinson.
Wiltshire Interest. A very fine George III Neo Classical Tea/Sugar Vase made in London in 1779 by Daniel Smith & Robert Sharp.
JAMES II. A very rare & early Squeezie Snuff Box made in London circa 1685 and stamped with the maker's mark of WI with a fish above.
An extremely rare pair of George III Double Bladed Servers made in Dublin in 1805, maker's mark of I.C