Category Archives: British & Irish

Furniture, Art and Collectibles from Great Britain and Ireland

Arts and Crafts Set of 4 English Hand beaten Pewter Shakers

Arts and Crafts Set of 4 English Hand beaten Pewter Shakers. PRESENTING a lovely Arts and Crafts Set of 4 English Hand beaten Pewter Shakers. Circa 1910. Probably English. Arts and Crafts Set of 4 English Hand beaten Pewter Shakers ARTS AND CRAFTS MOVEMENT: The Arts and Crafts movement was an international movement in the decorative…

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18C Oil on Copper Continental School by G. Pain

18C Oil on Copper Continental School by G. Pain. 18C Oil on Copper Continental School by G. Pain Very nice signed oil on copper from circa 1760 – 1780………..appears to be continental in origin……possibly French or German. The Medium of oil on copper was popular in the 18th Century. It is in its’ original frame.…

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Vintage George Jones Style Majolica Floral Beehive Cheese Dish

Vintage George Jones Style Majolica Floral Beehive Cheese Dish. PRESENTING a Lovely Vintage George Jones Style Majolica Floral Beehive Cheese Dish……..probably British. Unmarked. Floral and wicker cover with large handle, on a green floral majolica plate. Beautiful blue, mustard and green tones on this lead glazed earthenware piece. Circa 1900. The plate is not original to…

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Antique Scottish Highland Cow Horn Beaker

Antique Scottish Highland Cow Horn Beaker. PRESENTING a Lovely Antique Scottish Highland Cow Horn Beaker.. This is a Highland Cow’s Horn…..hollowed out to create a beaker or drinking vessel. These were commonly used in the Scottish Highlands in place of ceramic or earthenware drinking vessels……especially at feasts, and would be normally used for drinking honey…

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Antique Majolica Lizard Vase

Antique Majolica Lizard Vase. PRESENTING a Lovely Antique Majolica Lizard Vase………probably British. Unmarked. Lizard sitting on a fish with its mouth open in the CLASSIC majolica/palissy ware style. Beautiful blue, mustard and green tones on this lead glazed earthenware piece. Circa 1900.   Majolica is a word for painted pottery, whose use is not always precise,…

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Antique Majolica Lizard Jug

Antique Majolica Lizard Jug. PRESENTING a Lovely Antique Majolica Lizard Jug………probably British. Unmarked. Lizard sitting on a pumpkin jug with handle in the CLASSIC majolica/palissy ware style. Beautiful brown, mustard and green tones on this lead glazed earthenware piece. Circa 1900.   Majolica is a word for painted pottery, whose use is not always precise, and…

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1781 State Trials for High Treason

1781 State Trials for High Treason signed by John Howes Grays Inns 1784. PRESENTING an EXTREMELY RARE, TRULY HISTORIC and HIGHLY DESIRABLE set of 5 leather bound Volumes of the Fourth Edition 1781 State Trials for High Treason, and other Crimes and Misdemeanours,  editorialized by Francis Hargrave Esq. and 2 of which are signed by their…

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Set of 9 John Bull Annuals from 1820 to 1829

Set of 9 John Bull Annuals from 1820 to 1829. PRESENTING a Set of 9 leather bound John Bull yearly annuals. All the weekly newspaper publications of John Bull for the years 1820 to 1829 (Inclusive)……….bound together and sold as ‘Annuals’.   THIS IS SUCH A RARE FIND ….. YOU WILL NOT FIND THESE ANYWHERE…

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JF Herring Grey Momus

JF Herring Grey Momus. Presenting a FABULOUS and VERY RARE, Mid-19th Century Chromolithograph Engraving after a painting by John Frederick Herring Snr…………….engraved by Charles Hunt. We are of the opinion that this print was made circa 1860. This engraving is of “Grey Momus” …. shown with his rider/jockey…John Barham Day (who was also his trainer) Grey…

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JF Herring Snr Phosphorus

JF Herring Snr Phosphorus JF Herring Snr Phosphorus Presenting a FABULOUS and VERY RARE, ORIGINAL Mid-19th Century Chromolithograph Engraving after a painting by John Frederick Herring Snr…………….engraved by Charles Hunt….circa 1860. This original engraving is of “Phosphorus” ….”The Winner of the Derby Stakes at Epsom, 1837” shown with his victorious rider/jockey…George Edwards. The engraving reports…

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