These items are not for sale and the descriptions, images and prices are for reference purposes only.

Three antique jugs of 'Taking Snuff' in various sizes, approx 27 cm high and shorter (3)

Two Toby jugs, one is 'Taking Snuff', approx 24 cm high, and shorter (2)

Two early 19th century Scottish snuff Mulls with electroplated mounts, (2) 9 & 10 cm long

A carved mother of pearl flower head pattern and gilt bronze circular snuff-box, French, 18th century, 3.5 x 7 cm diameter

A silver-gilt mounted cowrie shell snuff-box, French 18th century. 7 cm wide

A Victorian stoneware snuff jar and a tin of snuff, the jar of square outline, printed to one side with the name and address of Taddy & Company, London; together with a still-sealed 1oz tin of Carroll's special snuff. Height 14 cm (jar)

Taddy & Co. tobacco containers (2) with stencilled labels (1 chipped); Doulton Lambeth glazed jar impressed 'Taddy & Co, Tobacco Snuff & Segars'; Cauldon set of sauce boat, jug and square dish; Kent/Felton bowl; Bosphorus meat dish; Grindley & Tunstall, gr

Sterling silver hinged lidded cylindrical snuff holder, Birmingham, 1885, maker DandL. Engraved foliate

A 19th century European silver table snuff of long rectangular form, fine banded engine turned engraving to the body, the lid with repeating floral panels on a blue enamelled ground, remnants of gilt to interior, some distress.9.7 cm x 3.4 cm x 3.5 cm

A Georgian brass wax jack on circular base with a snuff on a chain 16 cm high

A Victorian sterling silver rectangular vesta/snuff body with rounded ends two covers and engraved lattice decoration Birmingham 1864 5.5 cm long

Ivory snuffbox, 19th century, English rectangular with cut corners, the lid inlaid with a portrait miniature of three ladies dressed in flowing gowns, dancing in a forest, one holding a garland above her head, with gold mounts, a vacant rectangular cartouc

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