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Three various Thimbles, horn, sterling silver with flower design (James Swann & Son, Birmingham 1948, 7.9g), one with guilloche work (James Fenton & Co, Birmingham, 1912, 3.1g).

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Four sterling silver thimbles, with various English hallmarks

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Silver and enamel thimble, with blue enamel to top and white with flower around the rim

A rare Tartanware and gilt sewing case, Scottish, circa 1880, labelled Prince Charlie and containing a sterling silver thimble and reel, 12.5 cm long

Two gold thimbles, one 9ct, the other 14ct. Total weight 7gms

Australian silver and enamel thimble, in the guilloche technique, finely painted with waratahs, stamped, with box, height 2.5 cm. Provenance: The Estate of Charles (Ruthven) Blackburn

Hallmarked silver thimble, Birmingham hallmark, maker JS&S

An antique gold thimble by Charles Horner, having polished and engine turned decoration, modelled in 15ct gold, hallmarked Chester with Ch makers mark, retailed by Hardy Brothers with original fitted box, circa 1912

Sterling silver thimble, hallmarked Birmingham 1913 (James Fenton & Co)

A gold sewing thimble, engraved village scene to base of thimble; testing as 9ct gold. Weight 3.1g.

A gold thimble, testing as 9ct gold. Weight 5.8g.

Gold thimble, circa 1920s, inscription inside, size 7

A gold thimble and sewing Kit. The thimble made in 20ct yellow gold as a classic formed thimble with dimpled pattern work and engraved rim, along with an 18ct yellow gold tubular formed sewing kit of plain polished finish, opening to reveal two needles. Nb

Two antique vegetable ivory thimble holder cases 4 cm high approx

Hardy Brothers 9ct gold thimble hallmarked Chester 1934, with engraving around bottom rim, 6.0grams

10ct gold thimble with engraved decorative panels, Approx 4gms.

A late Victorian silver thimble holder, in the shape of an acorn, the exterior profusely engraved with floral motifs, the interior lined in blue velvet. London 1895.

Two silver Thimbles; Chester and Birmingham. (2)

Four English sterling silver thimbles Birmingham 1904, 1908, 1910 and Chester 1906

Five various thimbles, two sterling silver by Charles Horne, Chester 1908 & 1909, one American silver, two plated

A silver acorn thimble case; Cohen & Charles, Birmingham 1912, and a silver thimble. (2)

Six sterling silver thimbles with various hallmarks including Chester and Birmingham

Cased hallmarked sterling silver thimble hallmarked Chester 1900

Hallmarked 9ct rose gold thimble, appro x 4.7 grams, hallmarked Birmingham 1909