A Victorian four-piece sterling silver tea and coffee service by John Kilpatrick, London 1872 comprising a coffee pot, a tea pot, a lidded sugar bowl and milk jug, all with oval body, beaded borders and bright cut decoration the coffee pot, 23 cm high, 254
A Georgian Scottish sterling silver ladle and a Victorian sterling silver beaded serving spoon, 1829 Edinburgh, with maker's mark We, small ladle, 1861 London, with maker's mark for John Kilpatrick, an Old English beaded spoon with swan crest to fi
An antique Australian diamond ring by Kilpatrick & Co, featuring five old European cut diamonds totalling 1.30cts set in a pierced half hoop design, all mounted in 18ct gold, signed, ring size K - L, with original signed box. Condition: ring presents i
An English gold pocket watch, English fusee lever movement, key wind and set, circular white dial with black Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial at six, 18ct gold case, signed dial and movement, signed Kilpatrick & Co, London, circa 1870, diameter 50mm
A silver cased Goliath pocket watch retailed by Kilpatrick & Co. Melbourne, early 20th century. The pocket watch has a nickel plated case with a top- wind Swiss made movement, white enamel dial and subsidiary second hand. Watch case diameter 103mm. The cas
A Victorian christening cup. Maker John Kilpatrick. London 1871. 99gm. Cylindrical form with chaise firm decoration, presented 1872. Together with a George V boxed christening cup. Birmingham 1916. 55gm.
A Victorian silver presentation tray with an Australian agricultural inscription, E. & J. Barnard, London 1856 of circular form with a scrolling serpentine border and chased decoration centred with the inscription 'Presented to John Campbell Esq. of Glenco
An English travelling compensated barometer and leather carrying case, first half 20th century, retailed by Kilpatrick & Co., Melbourne, the silvered dial within a metal drum case, the revolving glazed bezel with a magnifying disk. Diameter 10.5 cm (barome
An Australian cast silver figure of a standing kangaroo by Kilpatrick & Co, Melbourne, circa 1910, by Kilpatrick & Co, Melbourne, circa 1910, engraved 'Syd From His Pal, May 1917' and marked 'K & Co / Silver', 10.5 cm high, 350gms (11.2oz). Provenance: Leo
An Australian opal and gold pendant, by Kilpatrick & Co, Collins Street, Melbourne, circa 1880, the shield shape solid white opal surrounded by fine wine work tendrils and fringe of beads, marked 'K & Co', yellow gold. Provenance: Leonard Joel Auction, 28
Silver claret jug for Kilpatrick & Co. of simple baluster form, the hinged cover with kangaroo and grape leaf finial and a ropetwist handle, engraved to the front with the arms of Victoria, a hatched shield incorporating the Southern cross, flanked by maid
Two rare gold Agricultural cups for Kilpatrick & Co, each of goblet form with a short bowl, having twin bright cut swags of ferns encircling a garter inscribed: 'Wool Show 1879/ Prize/ Given By/ Hastings Cunningham & Co. / Limited/ For Greasy Merino Wool O
Rare Antique Troughton & Simms dumpy level made for Kilpatrick & Co Melbourne, No 972, in original fitted mahogany case. Edward Troughton and William Simms established a scientific instrument making business in London in 1826. along with three folding trip
A Victorian sterling silver presentation trowel by John Kilpatrick, London, 1874 with ebony handle, the blade engraved 'Presented to Mrs. Charles Shuter As a Testimony to Her Earnest Work in Aid Of, the Building Fund of Holy Trinity Church Greendale of Whi
A Victorian silver-gilt and ivory handled presentation trowel, by John William Kilpatrick, London 1888, with engraved rim, the purple velvet and silk lined presentation case stamped 'Kilpatrick & Co, Melbourne' .
A pair of 19th century silver plate mounted emu eggs, maker's mark J. Holt Melbourne 1879, each egg of ovoid form with a stippled ground surmounted respectively by an emu and kangaroo finial raised on a naturalistically cast support with applied wheat shea
Antique gold locket by Kilpatrick & Co Melbourne, the enamel initials MB for Margaret bell (nee Robertson) containing early photos of her mother Margaret Robertson (nee Whyte) and her husband George Meredith bell. Margaret's parents were painted by Thomas
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