• Latest acquisitions
  • 19th century graduated citrine and gold necklace, c.1880,

  • Antique ruby and diamond cross pendant, c.1905,

  • Diamond strap bracelet by Cartier,

  • Latest acquisitions
  • 18th century gold mounted engine turned agate and gem set box, German c.1770, of slightly bombe rectangular outline,

  • George III 18ct gold rectangular box by Alexander J Strachan, London 1804,

  • Louis XVI enamelled gold and split pearl set circular box, Paris 1778,

  • Latest acquisitions
  • Victorian silver vineleaf centrepiece by S. Hunt, London 1846, stamped Hunt & Roskell, Late Storr, Mortimer & Hunt,

  • Pair of George I octagonal section candlesticks by Thomas Merry, London 1714

  • Victorian silver vineleaf centrepiece by S. Hunt, London 1846, stamped Hunt & Roskell, Late Storr, Mortimer & Hunt,

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Collection 1700-1750
  •   - Pair of George II silver canted rectangular trencher salts by James Stone, London 1728,

    Pair of George II silver canted rectangular trencher salts by James Stone, London 1728,

    REF No. 47272A2 Details
  •   - George II silver salver by Robert Abercromby, London 1734

    George II silver salver by Robert Abercromby, London 1734

    REF No. 39747 Details
  •   - Pair of George II silver candlesticks by Ann Craig & John Neville, London 1743

    Pair of George II silver candlesticks by Ann Craig & John Neville, London 1743

    REF No. 35686 Details
  •   - Pair of George I silver salt and pepper by William Fleming, London 1718

    Pair of George I silver salt and pepper by William Fleming, London 1718

    REF No. 33406 Details
  •   - George II silver salver by Edward Cornock, London 1730

    George II silver salver by Edward Cornock, London 1730

    REF No. 32200 Details
  •   - George II silver mirror by Paul de Lamerie, London, 1745

    George II silver mirror by Paul de Lamerie, London, 1745

    REF No. 27181 Details
  •   - Pair of George I octagonal section candlesticks by Thomas Merry, London 1714

    Pair of George I octagonal section candlesticks by Thomas Merry, London 1714

    REF No. 00220 Details