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Complimentary invitation to the Winter Art & Antiques Fair at Olympia London.
Ivory and tortoiseshell veneered table cabinet. Indo-Portuguese, 17th century.
Rare pair of polychrome huamanga stone sculptures. Peru, early 18th century.
Gold posy ring ‘Our contract was heavens act’. English, 18th century.
Copper relief depicting the coronation of the Virgin. Italian, mid 16th century.
Roman carnelian ring with intaglio of a Cow and calf. 1st-2nd century AD.
Ivory and wood sculpture of Saint Anthony. Hispano-Philippine, 18th century.
Engraved silver armorial snuff box. English, earl 18th century.
Bronze sculpture of a man in the manner of Caspar Gras. German, 17th century.
Abstract sculpture of a mother and infant. Unknown English artist, 20th century.
Oak sculpture of Saint Mark. French, mid 16th century.
Repoussé brass saddle decoration dated 1787. Spanish, c.1787
Ring with a jasper intaglio of Jupiter. The intaglio, 1st - 2nd century AD.
Marble bust of a gentleman. English, late 18th century.
Gold posy ring ‘God above increase our love’. English, 18th century.
Silver and paste pendant with an intaglio Lion. North, European, 18th century.
Gilt bronze sculpture of the Christ child. Augsburg, late 16th century.
Gold posy ring ‘Wee Joine our harts in god’. English, 17th - 18th century.
Renaissance revival agate desk stand. English, second half of the 19th century.
Pair of silver mounted agate cutlery. English, mid 18th century.
Enamel portrait miniature of a young Queen Victoria. English, mid 19th century.
Gold posy ring ‘Vertue and love are from above’. English, 18th century.
Limewood relief of the Madonna on a crescent moon. German, 17th - 18th century.
Silver & gold stick pin of a 17th century man on a horse. French, 19th century.
Massive silver mounted agate table snuff box. English, Circa 1820.
Fruitwood snuff box carved as a coachman relieving himself. Dutch, circa 1780.
Gold mounted petrified wood agate sealing wax case. German, circa 1760.
Exceptional gold mounted lacquer Billet-doux. French and English, Circa 1780.
Pendant with enamel of Henry IV (1553-1610). French or Swiss, 19th century.
Gilt copper ciborium engraved with star bursts. Italian, early 16th century.
Painted iron strongbox decorated with the Annunciation. German, 17th century.
Brass and horn handled two tine fork, dated ‘1790’. German, late 18th century.
Silver mounted agate spoon. French, mid 17th century.
Silver mounted coquilla ladle. English, mid 18th century.
Faceted rutilated quartz pendant. English, 1970’s.
Shakudo cross pendant. Japanese, late 19th century.
Rococo silver gilt book binding. German, mid 18th century.
Adjustable gilt wood lectern. Italian, late 19th century.
Enamel with Saint Anthony and the Christ child. Spanish, late 17th century.
Engraved brass tobacco box. Dutch, early 18th century.
Copper gilt processional cross or chalice stem. Italian, late 15th century.
Gold & diamond pendant with a pearl cameo of the Virgin. French, c.1900.
Leather bound edition of the ‘Riders British Merlin Almanac, c.1752’.
Renaissance gilt copper processional cross. Italian, 15th - 16th centuries.
Gilt brass wax jack in the form of a clam shell. French or German, 19th century.
Fruitwood nutcracker in the form of a Wildman. French, 18th century.
Alabaster relief of a kneeling female mourner. French, 16th century.
Three steel needle cases and an etui. French, 18th century.