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Of Royal Interest: A rare Henry VII pewter dish, circa 1500 The plain rim struck with a crowned ostrich-feather, the well with raised boss, a make...

A rare Henry VIII broad rim plate, circa 1540 The particularly broad rim struck with the touchmark of Thomas Curtis, London (fl.1520-1559), (PS60)...

A rare Plantagenet/Tudor pewter dish, circa 1400-1500 Having a distinctive triangular fillet to the edge of the narrow rim, a gentle booge and bos...

A rare Medieval pewter spice plate, probably English The relatively broad rim with flared lip, steep booge and shallow 'boss', fine concentric lin...

A Romano-British small footed dish, circa 200-400 The shallow bowl with narrow rim, on a spreading foot with gently flared base, 12cm diameter ...

A rare Henry VIII pewter bowl, circa 1530 Having a plain rim stamped with the Lombardic ownership initials 'E M' and with an edge fillet to the un...

A rare Charles II pewter candlestick, circa 1680 With ribbed pillar stem, octagonal flange, drip-tray and trumpet base, the base also cast with a ...

A pewter wrigglework beaker, Dutch, circa 1700 The flared drum decorated all round with scrolling flora, crowned initialled touchmark to base unde...

An early 18th century pewter single-reed charger, Bristol, circa 1730 With hallmarks to front rim and touchmarks to rear of Thomas Lanyon, Bristol...

A George III pewter mazarine or strainer, circa 1770 Of oval form, the narrow rim engraved with the Methuen family coat of arms, touchmark to rear...

A James II pewter porringer, dated 1688 Having a bellied bowl with bossed base, an Old English ear with triangular attachment to the underside and...

A Charles II pewter triple-reeded dish, circa 1680 Hallmarks to front rim and touchmarks to rear of George Smith, London/Derby (fl. 1651-1698), (P...

A 17th century pewter ball-knopped candlestick, circa 1650-75 With removable sconce, a single-fillet upper stem and low ball-knop, on a wide and d...

A 18th century pewter 'caudle cup' The large bowl with flared sides and multiple uniform linear decoration, the twin scale-cast handles with ball-...

An 18th century pewter chalice, possibly Irish Having a straight-sided and flat-bottom bowl, with stamped ownership initials 'A R' to rim, a balus...

A rare and possibly unique Charles II pewter wrigglework slip-top spoon, circa 1660 The flattened-hexagonal handle with stamped ownership initials...

A fine William & Mary pewter two-banded tavern pot, circa 1690 20 fl.oz. capacity, having a tapering body with triangular lip, a single-curve hand...

A rare Henry VII pewter diamond point spoon, circa 1500 With slender flattened-hexagonal stem and fig-shaped bowl, apparently unmarked, 16cm lo...

A George I pewter dome-lidded tankard, circa 1720 Having a ram's horn thumbpiece, single-curve handle with boot-heel terminal, lower single-fillet...

An 18th century pewter capstan salt, circa 1720-50 Having a moderately shallow bowl, and a domed spreading circular base with octagonal footrim, ...

A Queen Anne/George I brass ejector socket candlestick, circa 1705-1720 The faceted stem with two bold ring knops and push-up ejector with round k...

A 16th century brass alloy capstan socket candlestick, North-West European The socket with circular extraction aperture, on a short stem and a fla...

A mid-17th century and later brass trumpet-base candlestick, English, circa 1650-80 With (replaced?) flared socket above a later band repair, the ...

A pair of early to mid-18th century brass socket candlesticks, French/English, circa 1720 Each with a slightly tapering socket above an inverted b...

A brass salver With foliate engraving (worn), 30cm diameter , together with an 18th century brass muffineer, English , with domed pierced top an...

A late 17th/early 18th century brass socket 'tavern' candlestick, English, circa 1670-1700 With slightly waisted candle-socket on a slightly swell...

A brass wall sconce, Dutch The shaped backplate embossed with a heart and a sun and pierced with crescent moons, the near-circular pan fitted with...

A William IV pewter communion set, in fitted oak case Including a spire flagon , the tapering drum engraved below a broad fillet 'Puckeridge Chap...

A large Charles I pewter flagon, circa 1630 Having a plain tapering drum with flared footrim, a knopped bun lid, and bar and pierced-heart thumbpi...

A Charles II pewter plain broad-rim plate, circa 1675 The rim with wrigglework initials 'I F' and stylized paired tulip flowers and pointed-leaves...

A small James I pewter flagon, circa 1610 Of typical form, with plain tapering drum, ovolo-moulded footrim, knopped bun-lid, and erect thumbpiece,...

An impressive pair of Charles II pewter broad rim chargers, circa 1670 Each plain rim engraved with a mantled, impaled coat of arms (unhatched), t...

An impressive Charles II pewter broad rim charger, circa 1670 The plain rim engraved with a mantled coat of arms, and stamped with unidentified ha...

A George II twin-handled 'loving'-cup, circa 1750 The flared body with mid-fillet and spreading footrim, each single-curve handle with hooded-ball...

An early 19th century pewter bleeding bowl, circa 1800-30 The porringer-like vessel with capacity marks around the inside of the bowl, with flat b...

A good pair of George II pewter London-made tall flat-lid flagons, English ale gallon capacity, Scottish, circa 1735 Each having a tapering drum w...

A Charles II pewter broad rim charger, circa 1660-80 Plain rim, apparently unmarked, 22in., 55.8cm diameter, 4⅛in., 10.5cm rim, (38%) Footnot...

An impressive Charles II pewter broad rim charger, circa 1670 The single-reed rim with engraved unidentified mantled coat of arms, no obvious make...

A rare Charles II pewter candlestick, circa 1675 Having a broad circular detachable sconce, a baluster-knop stem, and low circular drip tray, on a...

An early 18th century brass chamberstick, English, circa 1700-20 The pan with rolled rim and candle socket fixed to the underside with a copper wa...

A 17th century brass pricket candlestick, North-West European, possibly French Topped by a 9cm pricket in a dished drip-pan, on an acorn- and blad...

A rare, fine and large Charles I leaded bronze mortar, dated 1638, made for Margaret Baldocke, Grocer, by John Palmar [or Palmer] of Canterbury, K...

An unusual Charles II joined oak open armchair, Cheshire/Lancashire, circa 1670 Having a pointed-scroll profiled cresting carved with flora, and a...

A pair of William & Mary slat-back side chairs, Yorkshire, circa 1690 Each with three leafy-carved slats, morticed between a double S-scroll carve...

A George II joined oak standing corner cupboard, circa 1740 Having a cavetto-moulded cornice, a pair of arched fielded cupboard doors, and waist-m...

Two similar joined oak, walnut and cane side chairs, Anglo-Dutch, circa 1700 One oak, the other walnut, each having an arched caned back, a carved...

A George I joined oak mural spice cupboard, circa 1730 Of unusual domed-form, having a cavetto-moulded cornice, and arched fielded panelled cupboa...

A William & Mary joined oak slat-back side chair, circa 1690 The back of three moulded slats beneath an arched scroll-carved and pierced cresting,...

A fine Charles II joined oak double panel-back open armchair, South West Yorkshire, circa 1670 Of substantial proportions, typically having a slen...

A George I oak side chair, Welsh, circa 1720 Having a solid vase-shaped splat, a dish-shaped cresting rail set above plain upright rails, panelled...

A George III joined oak and fruitwood inlaid mural corner cupboard, circa 1790 Having a shallow dentil-moulded frieze, and single fielded panelled...

A William & Mary joined oak chest of drawers, circa 1700 In two parts, the boarded top with applied reeded and ovolo-moulded edge, each section ha...

A Charles II joined oak form, circa 1680 and later Having an ovolo-moulded top, cushion and channel-moulded rails, on ball and ring-turned taperin...

A mid-19th century yew and elm child's Windsor armchair, Lincolnshire, circa 1850 The upper splat with fretted stylized fleur-de-lys, the lower sp...

A 16th century 'Game Park' tapestry section, Flemish Worked in wools, mainly in greens and browns, designed with huntsmen and hounds chasing boar,...

A section of early 17th century tapestry, Flemish Worked in wool, mainly in shades of blue, green and ochre, designed with two female figures, eac...

A 17th century tapestry cushion Designed with floral bands in coloured wools and silk, with metallic braid edge and ivory tassel ends, crimson cot...

A rare Elizabeth I tapestry long cushion cover, circa 1580 Woven in coloured wools and silks, depicting the Return of the Prodigal Son , the figu...

A good Henry VIII carved oak Romayne-type panel, circa 1530-40 Topped by a scrolling banner with traces of paint, above the high relief bust of a ...

A mid-to late 16th century carved oak panel, English, circa 1550-1600 In high relief, centred by a vase issuing a pair of tulips between a pair of...

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