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Small sauce ladle, with almost vertically positioned stem to bowl. Fiddle back pattern with shoulders, single drop. Bowl is fairly deep and circular.
Fiddle back with shoulders, and oval tapered bowls. Completely plain.
Fiddle back pattern with shoulders. The slope at the handle and shoulders is not as sharply angled as in the majority of fiddle back spoons. Bowl is oval. Single drop on reverse.
Tapered bowl. Fiddle back pattern with shoulders, slight outline of a single drop. Scrolling on handle.
Small size with a tapered bowl and slender handle in Old English pattern. Outline of single drop.
Old English pattern. Single drop.
Fiddle back pattern with shoulders and single drop.
Fiddle back pattern with shoulders and single drop
Hot Water jug
Urn-shaped on circular stepped base. Hinged and shaped cover, (following the line of the spout) with pouring aperture and urn-shaped finial. Wooden handle. Neo-classical form.
Circular form, with raised and shaped rim, decorated with repeating rows of dogstooth and semi-circular motif, in a punched linear technique.
Ecclesiastical silver. Plain and of shallow bowl shape.
A ten-sided, ten-pointed rim, shaped dish or tray, with corresponding fluted design in interior. The circular foot is a repeat of the rim design on a much smaller scale. Hand crafted and of good weight. Hammered surface.
Patinated copper inkwell and stand of form and decoration in the Art Nouveau manner. The inkwell cover has indented curving lines. The stand is cast, with a female head in relief (facing left), the curving lines of the long flowing hair provide the outline of the rim in that area. A sprig of leaves is additional to the main decorative theme of profile head and hair.
Rectangular, planar inkstand with double inkwells and curved front suitable for holding pens. Two identical decorative motifs, located below each corner inkwell, have incised and relief design in Art Deco manner. Cast construction.
Oval shaped pewter dish with two poppies - each follows the line of the rim and extends outward to radically alter the rim line in corresponding areas. There are two opposite areas of reticulated design, one forms a side handle.
Assymetrical pewter frame, for photograph or mirror, in the Art Nouveau style, having a female figure in draped skirt on one side (left facing) reaching upwards to stems of Iris modelled in openwork across the top of the frame. The interior photograph or mirror area is outlined by curved lines and has a reticulated design in one corner (lower right facing).
The slim body of the spill vase flares to the mouth on a spreading circular foot, and has a planished surface. Linear motif of two parallel lines applied on body close to top rim. Linear motif in "m" shape applied to foot of vase
The bowl is pear-shaped, incised with four clover leaves, and with clover-shaped piercing. The handle is topped by a "pinecone" globe supported by twisted wirework with clover leaf mounts above a short plain stem.
Teapot is of low spherical shape and is decorated with stylized "honesty" plant motif. Teapot has cane covered handle and hinged lid. Two narrow parallel applied bands of pewter on b. serve as feet.
Hot Water jug
Hot water jug is of tall cylindrical shape and is decorated with stylized "honesty" plant motif. Jug has cane covered handle and hinged lid. Two narrow parallel applied bands of pewter on b. serve as feet.
Milk jug is of low spherical shape and is decorated with stylized "honesty" plant motif. Two narrow applied parallel bands of pewter on b. serve as feet.
Sugar bowl is of low spherical shape decorated with a stylized "Honesty" plant motif. Two narrow parallel applied bands of pewter on b. serve as feet.
Rectangular tray has Celtic design in the form of interlacing foliate roundels, placed in each corner.
Heavy four-pronged fork with decoration: handle including a wreath, swan, two stylized vases of flowers and scroll motifs. Reverse shell and scroll motifs.