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A sterling silver mounted leather desk set by grey & Co, Chester 1909, comprising letter box with key and folio 26 x 31.5 cm, (2)

Sheffield silver plate desk set maker John Deakins & sons, with two glass base ink wells and a centre cow pounce pot, width 27 cm approx

A Victorian Sheffield plate desk set, 19th century, the casket-styled box with a domed lid and urn form finial with lion ring handles to the sides, raised on lion's paw feet, with gadroon edges throughout, the interior with a fitted compartment with tw

A silver desk set with two silver top bottles, pierced gallery on paw feet. Maker: Walter & John Barnard, London, 1890, 212gm.

A Victorian sterling silver topped crystal bottle Upon a tray, 1881 London, with maker's mark for Edward Ker Reid, probably part of a desk set, the bulbous cut crystal bottle with a silver collar and hinged cushion lid centred upon an hexagonal petal t

Antique silver plated desk set with eagle centre & 2 glass inkwells, by James Deakin & Son, Sheffield, 29 cm long approx.

An Art Deco burr walnut and chrome desk stand, 44 cm wide

Art deco chrome desk set with centre calendar pen rest and 2 ink wells, on mirrored glass base, 28 cm wide

A mid-19th century European porcelain and ormolu fancy figured desk stand, the finely modelled and painted porcelain figures as a country gent and his companion supported on a shaped ormolu base with scrolling leaf detail and four spreading feet, a pair of

A 19th century boulle work desk set, comprising dome topped stationery box, desk stand and a blotter (3)

Victorian oak desk set having two glass brass bound hinged inkwells, a single sliding drawer, gallery back, on four bun feet. Condition good to fair, damage to one finial, minor chips to the inkwells. Dimensions 28 x 18 x 15.5 cm

W.J. Sanders 1920's sterling silver helmet-form desk set, marked 'New South Wales Fire Brigade' Blank name plate. Mounted on black timber base. Hallmarked 'W. Kerr, 925 STG'

Folk art desk stand with glass ink well with silver top. Decorated with carved wheku heads. Length 23 cm

French grey marble and brass desk set, to include inkstand, blotter and match box holder

An ornate desk set, most likely English, brass with porcelain liners, late 19th century. 8 cm high, 24 cm wide, 15 cm deep

Antique cast metal desk set with devil head centre 23.5 cm wide

HMAS Sydney Desk Set, made from the wood of the famous battle cruiser launched in 1912, defeated the German cruiser Sms Emden in 1914, and decommissioned in 1928, size 39x18 cm.

A George III mahogany portable desk stand (3). A George III mahogany portable desk stand of rectangular form, surmounted by a folding handle, with two lidded compartments and recesses for inkwells to the top, single frieze drawer, with two crystal inkwells

A French boulle desk set, circa 1850, faux tortoiseshell set with elaborate ormolu banding inlay and mounts the surface, with recessed pen tray and a pair of matching glass ink bottles with tortoiseshell and ormolu mounts and covers. 49 cm wide, 40 cm deep

Figural desk set, centered by a spelter figure flanked by two glass ink wells on a stone base

Antique silver plated desk set by Ashberry & Sons, Sheffield, 19.5 cm x 14.2 cm

A pair of burr walnut desk set boxes, utilising the decorative qualities of the burr timber, a simple hinged rectangular box, and a low cushion shaped rectangular box with a flush fitted lid, for pens and pencils. Height 5.5 cm. Width 18 cm. Depth 10 cm an

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian cut crystal desk set with an armorial etched dragon. London, 1898, maker Stokes & Ireland Ltd length - 24.5 cm. Weight 216g

Novel silver plated ink well desk set, holder in the form of a pen nib

Anglo Indian Vizgapatam desk stand, with metal carrying handles, fitted with a lidded compartment flanked by a pair of glass inkwells above a frieze drawer, raised on ivory feet, 29 cm wide approx.

Ernest Shackleton, (Nimrod Expedition 1907): An important Polar Exploration sterling silver presentation desk set engraved 'Rare Basalt with Olivine Crystal from Slopes of Mt Erebus, Antarctica. W.Knightsmith, from E.H.Shackleton as a slight token of appre

A three piece porcelain inset ormolu desk set 19th century, including a journal cover, a stationary box and a twin inkwell surround, the stationary box 22.5 cm wide

An Art Deco silver plated and onyx desk stand'. Length 22 cm

Chinese stone scholar desk set with a libation cup and a belt buckle etc

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