An impressive Royal Crown Derby dinner set 19th and 20th century, comprising 6 graduated meat platters (on with insert), soup tureen and saucer, pair of sauce boats and saucers, pair of vegetable dishes, pair of vegetable tureens (no lids), teapot and sauc
A 9ct gold pill box, Sampson Mordan & Co., London 1907 the lid embossed with the trademark symbol of 'His Master's Voice' inscribed to the interior With the Compliments of the Gramophone Co Ltd, 31 grams, 11m high, 46mm wide, 35mm deep. Property from the C
Four snuff and pill boxes one rectangular with raised inscriptions, Yapp and Woodward, Birmingham 1947, one rectangular, Danish 1865, one with cross hatched lid, possibly Spanish, one inset with lady and a tiger, marked 800 (4), total weight 260 grams
A Bilston and Battersea pill box, after 1970, the yellow circular box with a slightly raised lid, enamel painted with two finches in a spruce tree, with a yellow rose to the interior of the lid, hinged and with bronze engine turned mounts; with backstamp u
A Sevres porcelain cabinet plate, hand painted with a portrait of a young beauty, signed F. Bernard, framed by a border of celadon and pale pink enriched with gilt and coloured 'jewels', factory marks to back. Diameter 23.5 cm. Along with a small personal
A Limoges vase and pill box, mid 20th century, the vase with gilt handles raised on a gilt circular foot, the body painted deep cobalt blue with a reserve of a Watteau inspired courting couple; the pill box of same blue with gilt floral design to lid, both
Gold pill box, the 18ct gold circular hinged box with a central circular motif to an engraved ribbed background, and milled edges, indistinct European assay marks, approximately 50 x 20mm, 28.60 grams.
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