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A set of three George III Scottish silver axe-head wine labels, Lisbon, Madeira and Sherry, engraved lettering, 4.5cm wide, Robert Gray, Edinburgh c,1806-1810; another set of three, noggin size, Brandy, Whisky and Liqueur, 3.5cm wide, Robert Gray & Sons, Edinburgh c.1810 (6) Condition Report: No damage or repair to any,all in good condition
Edwardian silver topped whisky noggin, glass body of plain form with cut glass star design to base, silver hinged lid and collar, makers mark indistinct, hallmarked Birmingham 1910, height approximately 11.5cm together with Edwardian silver kidney shaped Whisky label, makers mark indistinct, hallmarked London 1910 (2)
Peter Firmin 8x12 Photo Signed By Noggin The Nog, Ivor The Engine And Bagpuss Creator And Artist, The Late Peter Firmin. Good Condition. All signed pieces come with a Certificate of Authenticity. We combine postage on multiple winning lots and can ship worldwide. UK postage from £3.99, EU from £5.99, Rest of World from £7.99.
THREE SILVER MOUNTED GLASS ITEMS; an Art Deco conserve jar, the silver cover with Bakelite knop handle, cut glass body, hallmarked Lansons Ltd., Birmingham 1942, an oval dressing table jar with engine turned silver cover, London 1934 and a silver mou nted glass whisky noggin with loop handle, Chester 1916 (3)
A blown-glass whisky noggin with silver top and star-cut base, Henry Williamson Ltd, Birmingham 1921 to/w a sugar-pail, Sheffield 1911, an Edwardian cut glass scent flask with silver screw bun cover, Birmingham 1908 and a three-piece pierced silver condiment set with blue glass liners, various dates and makers (6)
Sale Item: ENGLISH SILVER TOPPED WHISKY NOGGIN Vat Status: No Vat Buyers Premium: This lot is subject to a Buyers Premium of 15% + Vat @ 20% Additional Info : Lots purchased online with the-saleroom.com will attract an additional charge for this service in the sum of 3% of the hammer price plus VAT @ 20%
A Victorian circular mustard by William Hunter, Birmingham 1867, with a shell thumb piece to the flat cover, engraved with C-scrolls and a crest, the pieced body with a scroll handle, 8.5cm (3 1/4in) long, with a blue glass liner; a pair of Victorian cauldron salts by Arthur Sibley, London 1875, with beaded borders, embossed decoration, a shaped vacant reserve and on three stepped pad feet, 5.5cm (2 1/4in) diameter, with a blue glass liner; a silver matched baluster six piece cruet set by Walker & Hall, Birmingham 1925 and 1927, the salts by James Deakin & Sons, Chester 1906, circular with shaped borders and pad feet, comprising: two mustard pots, two pepperettes and two salt cellars, with three blue glass liners; a six piece baluster cruet set by Docker & Burn Ltd., Birmingham 1926, with three blue glass liners; and a silver mounted baluster glass noggin, 10cm (4in) high, 585g (18.8 oz) gross weighable