The London firm of luxury goods manufacturers and retailers was founded by William Asprey in 1781. The range of goods handled includes jewellery, silverware, home goods, leather goods, timepieces, accessories and polo equipment and a retailer of books. The company has held Royal Warrants for the supply of goods to the British Royalty since the 1830s. As well as the flagship store in New Bond Street, where the company has been located since the 1830s, Asprey also has stores in the United States, Switzerland and Japan. Anything with an Asprey mark is highly regarded by collectors.
A sterling silver and crystal ink bottle in a fitted tray, 1900 London, with maker's marks for Charles & George Asprey. the petite and elegant facet cut oval bottle with a flat topped hinged lid with finial upon a recessed lozenge shaped tray and r
18ct white gold, ruby and diamond brooch, modelled as a bouquet, the flowerheads centring vari-cut rubies framed by circular-cut diamonds between leaves and stalks accented with baguette and circular-cut diamonds, the rubies and diamonds together weighing
i) A Georgian brass and horn patch box, c.1800, with mirror to top and base verso. Diameter 4.4 cm. Ii) A sterling silver pill box. 1910, by Asprey London, with gold inlay decoration to box lid. Diameter 3.2 cm
English hallmarked sterling silver Edward VIII muffineer with an internal cover & an ivory finial. Birmingham, 1931, maker Asprey & Co Ltd. Condition good, minor tarnishing diameter 18 cm. Weight including finial 675g
An early Victorian brass lantern clock by Samuel Jackson of London, the 'bell' top suspended above a pierced shaped and engraved pediment, the brass dial with engraved Roman numerals, a further dial to the centre with Arabic numerals, maker's name engraved
Small sterling silver bowl, engraved around the bottom rim 'Silver Wedding Aniversary 1947-1972', with Queen Elizabeth II crest to one side and Prince Phillip crest to the other, hallmarked London 1972, maker Asprey & Co., 11.8 cm diameter, 4.6 cm high, 15
Peter Crisp collection of Glassware, Australian c. 1980 comprising one large plate in asprey pattern, six dessert plates and one coaster, all with incised artist's initial to underside, pate de verre on the small and large plate (8) large plate. Diameter 3
A fine quality pair of Asprey gold and enamel cufflinks. 18ct yellow gold, hallmarked Asprey of London, fitted to their original box, designed as heavy gold cufflinks of single panel design of oval shape, overlaid to each panel with royal blue enamel work
A rare silver plate Asprey & Co cocktail shaker, The Thirst Extinguisher, circa 1932, in the form of a period fire extinguisher, the revolving base with eight cocktail recipes, stamped manufacturer's marks with number 3212S and REGD. NO. 833773, 40 cm high
An English sterling silver commemorative rose bowl, London 1976, Algernon Asprey, limited edition #200 circular form with overturned lip, engraved matted band with an embossed flowering rose between leaves, on a spread circular foot, underside of base engr
Sterling Silver Medals & Coins: '1880-1980 First Test Match England v Australia, Kennington Oval Sep 1880', in plush bo x 39.5 grams; Cricketathon 'Presented to the World Cricketathon Players Wembley 1991', by Asprey of London in red velvet lined box, 50.9
Diamond brooch, circa 1880, modelled as a floral spray, the flower head set en tremblant with circular-cut diamonds to the flowers, leaves and stem, mounted in silver and gold, length approximately 60mm. Accompanied by an Asprey & Co. Ltd. Box
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