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Metalware

Silver and Copper Box

Very pretty and nicely made wooden box encased with copper and embellished with applied silver decoration in the Art Nouveau style. The colour combination of the two contrasting metals works really well.  Probably originally a…

Lovers in Polished Pewter

Art Nouveau visiting card tray depicting two lovers about to kiss. The girl has long flowing hair and, in typical Art Nouveau style, her locks are reaching out to embrace the young man.  Lovely detail…

WMF Desk Calendar

Little silver plated desk calendar from WMF that can be used year after year. With a stylish Secessionist design and containing all the day and date plaques, the months also showing the appropriate number of days.…

Four-Handled Silver Bowl with Abalone Decor

Stylish silver bowl from the height of the Art Deco era, with a definite Liberty look about it although this particular example is stamped beneath with a retailer’s mark for Bracher & Sydenham of Reading.…

Art Deco Silver Trophy

Possible interest for motorcycle racing enthusiasts with a liking for Art Deco period design. An Art Deco winner’s trophy dating from 1931, awarded to a Mr MB Saunders by the Brooklands Motor Cycle Racing Club…

Fairy Card Tray from WMF

Made by WMF around 1905 and sold as a visiting card tray, this is a truly delightful piece of Art Nouveau design.  The floor of the tray itself is simply the surface of a small…

Rare Sterling Silver Africanist Plaque

Unusual and very rare Sterling silver plaque depicting a naked African tribal woman heavily adorned with jewellery. This is an eye-catching figure, modelled in strong relief against a flat hammered background contained within a square border…

Pair of Orivit Decanters

Matching pair of silver plated and etched glass decanters from the German company Orivit AG dating from around 1900. Each one standing on four raised and slightly flared feet for extra stability.  The metal element…

Swedish Art Deco Bronze Charger

Patinated bronze Art Deco bowl or charger from the Swedish firm of Ystad-Brons dating from c. 1930. With a diameter of 40 cm and depicting in the centre a naked Diana running with a deer…

Art Nouveau Silver Bowl

Striking Art Nouveau silver bowl made by Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Co. in 1906. Standing on three splayed legs which curve upward and outwards in fluid fashion to form the handles.  Embellished between each handle with…

Early Art Deco Silver Tea Set

Good looking early Art Deco sterling silver tea set made by Walker and Hall and hallmarked for 1916/17. Although the true Deco era had not quite begun, it’s obvious that the influences to this change…

Kayserzinn Sleeping Venus Pin Tray

Small pewter pin tray, or plate as it is noted in the Kayserzinn reference book.  It is in the shape of an open shell and depicts the nude Venus sleeping, resting her head on one…

Winged Cat Table Centrepiece

Silver-plated table centrepiece featuring a mythological stylised winged cat supporting an ornate glass bowl. Tall and lean, with its long tail pointing upwards, the panther-like creature is proudly sitting bolt upright with its chest puffed…

WMF Fairy Sweet Dish

Art Nouveau silver-plated fairy sweet dish from WMF. Originally sold as a double fruit or sweet dish, with a lovely fluid and typically Art Nouveau design of sinuous stems, leaves and berries together with a…

William Aitken Silver Coupe

A fine three-handled silver coupe, or loving cup, made by William Aitken of Birmingham and hallmarked for 1906.  Raised off a pedestal foot decorated with three equally spaced oval lapis lazuli cabochons. The sides of…

Silver Gothic Revival Toast Rack

Victorian silver Gothic Revival toast rack made by Thomas Smily, showing a London hallmark for 1866. With spaces for six slices, each of the seven bars is shaped in the form of an architectural window…

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