The London firm of luxury goods manufacturers and retailers was founded by William Asprey in 1781. The range of goods handled includes jewellery, silverware, home goods, leather goods, timepieces, accessories and polo equipment and a retailer of books. The company has held Royal Warrants for the supply of goods to the British Royalty since the 1830s. As well as the flagship store in New Bond Street, where the company has been located since the 1830s, Asprey also has stores in the United States, Switzerland and Japan. Anything with an Asprey mark is highly regarded by collectors.
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English hallmarked sterling silver George V Smoking box set as three graduated cases, a match holder with internal striker, cigarette case & cigar case, having a plain rectangular body with rounded corners, a hinged lid with an applied thumb-piece, a p
A crocodile suitcase by Asprey of London, the tan crocodile skin case with stitched borders and brass fittings, having a moire taffeta lined interior, and gold crowned stamp 'Asprey London', 56 x 38 x 18 cm
A sterling silver and crystal ink bottle in a fitted tray, 1900 London, with maker's marks for Charles & George Asprey. the petite and elegant facet cut oval bottle with a flat topped hinged lid with finial upon a recessed lozenge shaped tray and r
A 20th century Asprey silver tea service, comprising, coffee pot, tea pot, creamer and sugar basin, in the Georgian style with stipple cut foliate border and vacant laurel cartouche, ebony handles and finials, total weight 1890 grams, (4).
Asprey golden Jubilee carriage style clock, to commemorate the golden jubilee of her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, limited edition no.32/250. Gilt brass case, signed and dated white enamel dial, inscribed to the three glass panels and having eight day striki
18ct white gold, ruby and diamond brooch, modelled as a bouquet, the flowerheads centring vari-cut rubies framed by circular-cut diamonds between leaves and stalks accented with baguette and circular-cut diamonds, the rubies and diamonds together weighing
i) A Georgian brass and horn patch box, c.1800, with mirror to top and base verso. Diameter 4.4 cm. Ii) A sterling silver pill box. 1910, by Asprey London, with gold inlay decoration to box lid. Diameter 3.2 cm
English hallmarked sterling silver Edward VIII muffineer with an internal cover & an ivory finial. Birmingham, 1931, maker Asprey & Co Ltd. Condition good, minor tarnishing diameter 18 cm. Weight including finial 675g
A five-stone diamond half-hoop ring, graduated brilliant cut diamonds partial bezel set in white gold on an 18ct yellow gold shank. Estimated total weight of diamonds 5 = 0.50ct; 18ct gold. Weight 4.6g. (Asprey box)
An early Victorian brass lantern clock by Samuel Jackson of London, the 'bell' top suspended above a pierced shaped and engraved pediment, the brass dial with engraved Roman numerals, a further dial to the centre with Arabic numerals, maker's name engraved
An ebony Asprey lady's dressing case with silver gilt lidded crystal accoutrements, Charles Asprey & Charles Asprey Junior, London,.... An ebony Asprey lady's dressing case with silver gilt lidded crystal accoutrements, Charles Asprey & Charles Asprey Juni
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