A very fine and rare pair of early George III Wine Coasters made in London in 1771 by Thomas Nash.
An exceptional & very rare George III Rococo Revival Sauceboat made in London in 1811 by William Burwash & Richard Sibley
An exceptional & very rare George III Saffron Teapot made in London in 1782 by Andrew Fogelberg & Stephen Gilbert.
A very rare George III Octagonal Table Bowl made in Edinburgh in 1806 by Patrick Cunningham & Son
HESTER BATEMAN. A very fine & rare George III Drinks Tray made in London in 1787 by Hester Bateman
William Wordsworth Interest. An important set of four George II Fruit Bowls and Stands made in London in 1751/52 by Samuel Herbert & Co.
An important, and extremely rare, early George III Gold & Enamel Magnifying Glass, with original red leather case. Made almost certainly in London circa 1770.
HESTER BATEMAN. An extremely rare George III Pocket Nutmeg Grater made in London in 1788 by Hester Bateman.
A very rare George III "Dolphin" Sauceboat made in Edinburgh in 1815 by William & Patrick Cunningham from the Dr Christine & Jim Chance Collection of Sauceboats.
A very fine pair of early George II Cast Hexagonal Candlesticks made in London in 1732 by Thomas Tearle.
An exceptionally rare George III Double Decanter Carrier. Made in London in 1803 by William Allen III.
The Spencer Argyle from the Bateman workshops. An important George III Argyle made in London in 1806 by Peter & William Bateman.
BATEMAN FAMILY. An extremely rare George III Double Beaker made in London in 1800 by Peter, Ann & William Bateman.