A Victorian sterling silver chatelaine spectacles case, 1887 London, with maker's mark for William Comyns & Sons, the front cast and pierced over purple velvet and decorated with a central peacock, putti and trailing foliage, with a chain and clip
Two silver chatelaine spectacles cases, one sterling silver, the other silver plated, includes one pair of spectacles, 1903 Birmingham, with maker's mark for William Aitken, and other Sheffield plate, the velvet lined sterling silver case with a pierce
A sterling silver chatelaine spectacles case, late 19th century, probably American, with maker's mark of Lf to lozenge, the spectacles case with chain and bar, decorated with engraved scroll and leaf forms in low relief, marked to reverse, includes tin
Antique yellow gold Lorgnette opera glasses, on a 18ct gold chain with original leather case (W. Gardner Optician 15 Royal Bank Place Glasgow marked to Lorgnette G, 15 to chain approx, 30g/ 144 cm long chain weight/ length
A pair of French silver decorated opera glasses, the leather cover with gilt metal highlights, the front applied with Art Nouveau silver floral and leaf scroll fret panel, the side lever opening releasing the optics.
A French pair of mother of pearl, inlaid opera glasses, Paris, first half 20th century of typical form with a double-hinged and locking handle, brass-finished with mother-of-pearl inlays, fittings and handle. in the style of French maker Iris, Paris
A French pair of mother of pearl, inlaid opera glasses, Paris, first half 20th century of typical form with a double-hinged and locking handle, brass-finished with mother-of-pearl inlays, fittings. in the style of French maker LeMaire, Paris
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