Wax Jack

A fine mid 18th century English bell metal wax jack on a scalloped base with cabriole legs and pad feet.  The top with scissor action and urn finial. Origin: England       Date: c. 1750       Size: base: 3 1/4″ square, OA: 8″H x 5 1/2″W Condition: excellent   Item Code: CGH3          **SOLD**

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Pair of soap and sponge boxes

A fine scarce pair of silvered brass mid 18th century soap and sponge dish retaining most of their original silvering Origin: England or France       Date: c. 1770       Size: 3″H, 3″Diameter Condition: excellent   Item Code: NXJ         **SOLD**

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Dish Cross

A finely detailed mid 18th century English brass silver form dish cross with shell feet Origin: England       Date: c. 1760       Size: 12 1/4″ Condition: excellent   Item Code: NTB          **SOLD**

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Birmingham Candlesticks

A mid 18th century pair of Birmingham brass ruffled hexagonal base candlesticks marked Joseph Wood. Origin: England      c. 1750     Size: 7 1/4″ h x 4 1/8″ sq. base Condition: excellent save parts of the twist ejector mechanism missing Item Code: PZA        **SOLD**

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Charles II Candlestick

A good mid 17th century English Charles II trumpet candlestick of the smooth sided wedding band variety. Origin: England      c. 1650     Size: 7″ h x 4 7/8″ d base Condition: excellent   Item Code: PJY                 **SOLD**

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Neurenberg Candlestick

A scarce mid 17th century Neurenberg brass bell based candlestick probably by Hans Bech. Origin: Germany      c. 1660      Size: 7 1/4″ Condition: braised repair where a turning line in the drip pan broke off Item Code: NMU          **SOLD**

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Candlestick

A fine late 16th century Dutch brass mid drip candlestick with tear drop turnings in the stem. Origin: Holland   c. 1590    Size: 7 3/4″ h Condition: very good   Item Code: MVD              **SOLD**

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Candlestick

Unusual late 17th century brass candlestick of Augsburg silverform. Origin: Continental, probably Augsburg Size: 6″ tall    c. 1695        Item Code: BBC Condition: Excellent **SOLD**

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Tazza

This superb salver is centrally engraved with the arms of Wentworth, the Earl of Strafford, surrounded by a gadrooned edge.  This example is identical to the one in the Victoria and Albert Museum, which is illustrated by Turner as fig. 21 c. 1710 Size: 11″ across, 3 1/2″ tall Condition: Excellent Item Code: OUV **SOLD**

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Wine Cooler

A fine brass wine cooler with cast foliate scroll handles and an engraved armorial of a bishop

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