A very rare pair of George II "Dolphin" Sauceboats made in London in 1742 by Peter Taylor.
An important George III 22ct Gold Snuff Box. Made in London in 1798 by Cornelius Bland for the last warden of the Royal Mint, Sir Walter James 1st Baronet of Langley Park.
DAVID WILLAUME. A rare George II Salver made in London in 1729 by David Willaume II.
An exceptionally fine Queen Anne Britannia Standard Armorial Tobacco Box made in London in 1709 by Edward Cornock.
An important & exceptional George III Candelabrum made in London in 1793 by Edward Fernell.
The Mount Edgcumbe Saucepan. A very rare and large George III Saucepan mad ein London in 1782 by Wakelin & Taylor
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