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Stuart Devlin, three silver and silver-gilt Christmas Carol boxes, comprising: God rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, London 1972, the Holly and the Ivy, London 1975 and Ding Dong Merrily on high, London 1978 each numbered 137 of an edition of 500, hallmarked, with
A Stuart Devlin sterling silver/gilt 'Polly Parrot' centrepiece, London, 1979 with maker's mark in cartouche, fashioned as a finely crafted perching bird upon atop a slender trumpet form to a silver banded conical walnut base, with ten conjoined freeform o
A large Stuart Devlin silver gilt cup. 1976 London, with maker's mark for Stuart Devlin. Of slightly tapering form with a broad silver rim and narrow foot rim, the body continuously decorated with freeform wrigglework in relief upon a textured ground;
A Stuart Devlin silver gilt cup. 1976 London, with maker's mark for Stuart Devlin. Of slightly tapering form with a broad silver rim, the body continuously decorated with freeform wrigglework in relief upon a textured ground; gilt washed to the interio
A Stuart Devlin silver gilt goblet. 1974 London, with maker's mark for Stuart Devlin, the tapering goblet with a silver bowl and gently domed foot rim, the stem and lower bowl decorated with freeform wrigglework in relief upon a textured ground; gilt w
Stuart Devlin (Australian, b. 1931), Silver Surprise Box, Good King Wenceslas, 1971, hallmarked 'SD, London, 1971', weight approximately 186 grams, Labels: cf. for comparison collection of the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
A Stuart Devlin gilt sterling silver cased egg a gilt sterling silver open-work twin-caged filigree egg. the interior reveals South Australian malachite crystals mounted on a raised open-work gilt section. the cluster features a gilt ant.
A Stuart Devlin parcel gilt sterling silver pot pourri bowl, 1982 London, of plain circular form to an integral foot with a fine gilt lace like domed cover; hallmarked underside, total weight 789gr. Height 13 cm. Diameter 21 cm
Australian silver 999 standard Sydney 2000 Olympic proof coin originally designed by Australian-born master coin designer Stuart Devlin. The reverse features the official Sydney 2000 Olympic Games logo in colour surrounded by images depicting all twenty-ei
Stuart Devlin collection 10 silver gilt Christmas carol boxes, comprising: good King Wenceslas, London 1971, the matted rectangular cover with applied bow and ribbon lifting to reveal King Wenceslas looking out with a pile of logs at his feet; God rest Ye
Stuart Devlin, London 1976, 1980 silver gilt candle snuffer and paper knife the candle snuffer with silver gilt filigree handle, hallmarked for 1976, together with a paper knife/letter opener with a tapering flat textured surface handle, hallmarked for 198
Stuart Devlin, London 1984 set of eight silver gilt goblets hammered bowls with gilt interiors, the bowls each supported by a group of eleven small applied men with arms raised above slender bark-finish stems descending to hammered circular bases, all hall
Stuart Devlin, London 1977 silver and silver gilt charger circular form, with a silver gilt border of varying overlapping applied leaves, the centre with a spot-hammered surface, hallmarked and with the jubilee mark, weight 2290 grams, diameter 41 cm
Stuart Devlin, London eleven silver gilt animals comprising two monkeys (1976), a frog (1977), a bull (1977), a koala (1984), an owl (1985), a kingfisher (1977), a horse (1984), a camel (1976), a bear (1985) together with another frog (1985), all hallmarke
Stuart Devlin, London 1985 Christmas edition silver gilt egg the exterior top surface engraved with sheep under stars, opening to reveal an angel upon sheep and shepherds sitting on an enamel ground, hallmarked, with box, number 46, weight 175 grams, heigh
Stuart Devlin, London 1979 boxed silver and silver gilt Christmas Carol Surprise box, 'While shepherds watched their flocks by night' matted silver gilt textured rectangular cover surmounted with a simulated string bow, opening to reveal an angel upon four
Stuart Devlin, London 1985 silver gilt egg with textured exterior surface and polished band, opening to reveal a fisherman with a marlin on a line, set on green enamel base, hallmarked, number 143, weight 115 grams, height enclosed 7 cm
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