1876 Melbourne Bowling Club Trophy: Silver-plated Biscuit Barrell, engraved on front 'Melbourne Bowling club, Presented by Mr R.Girdler, won by Mr.Geo.Kirk, 1876'. (The Melbourne Bowling Club is Australia's oldest bowling club, established in 1864)
An Edwardian silver plated biscuit box, early 20th century, the oval cylindrical hinged box with engraved and embossed floral and ribbon swags and a vacant cartouche, the stepped lid with a conical knop and raised on cast scroll and paw feet; unmarked. Hei
A Victorian silverplated biscuit sachet, mid to late 19th century, of scalloped form, with chased and embossed scroll designs on alternating lobed ribs and supported within an arch style frame and on four scroll legs, opening to reveal two gilt washed part
A Victorian silver plate lidded two handled biscuit barrel with raised accanthus leaf and floral swag decoration. The body is supported by three rams legs from relief mask heads to a tricorn base. Stag finial on lid. James Dixon & Sons. Height 25 cm
Four various pieces English stone ware, including Wedgwood green majolica plate, green jasper lidded bowl, and black basalt vase; and 1 other blue jasper biscuit barrel (unstamped, has firing cracks to base).
A Royal Doulton silver plate-mounted 'Ena' biscuit barrel 1906-1917, decoration pattern D2570, the cylindrical barrel mounted with a silver-plate rim and shaped swing handle with a flat disc cover with ball handle, painted and printed factory marks to the
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