Bleu Persan Jardiniere

A huge bleu persan Jardiniere with chinoiserie decoration in the Transitional Ming style. The exact mate to this piece is in the collection of Burghley House and was thought to be in the household effects of William and Mary.

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Bleu Persian Mug

A rare late 17th century London delft bleu Persian mug decorated in white with two trailing sprays of flowers.

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Tobacco Box

A fine Dutch engraved brass tobacco box with copper sides. This box has crisp engraving with biblical scenes top and bottom and simple geometric decoration on the sides. We have an exceptional collection of beautifully engraved tobacco boxes.

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Spit Engine

If you were a child in the kitchen of a prosperous 18th century house, you might well wish that the hearth contained one of these machines. The spit engine was a wonderful device, operating something like a clock, that would slowly turn a roast before the fire. If no spit engine, or "jack" were available it would have been your job to slowly turn the roast by hand, for hours! This is an English example with a graceful brass face, handle and governing wheel.

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A Superb Brass Tazza

This superb salver is centrally engraved with the arms of Wentworth, the Earl of Strafford, surrounded by a gadrooned edge.

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