A near pair of Doulton and Watts salt glaze duelling pistol spirit flasks, circa 1840s. Both present well. Both show signs of firing blemishes and show grazes, chips and damage to the glaze. One has been restored on the flint lock part whereas the other one has been restored around the main body of the pistol including the trigger, guard and flint lock section. Extremely unusual. 25cm in length.
Chinese export pierced porcelain painted with a family crest to consist of a desert basket with stand and 4 matching plates (6) Generally in good condition. Wear to the guild and some light scratches. There are some underglaze cracks to some weaves. Handles restored on basket. Some loss of paint. 28cm widest.
A.H. Mcintosh Of Kirkcaldy retro 1960s teak sideboard raised on tapered legs. Approx 208 x 46 x 76cm. Generally in good tidy condition with some age related wear and tear to includes scratches scuffs etc. Observe the photos for further information.
Moorcroft tall tubular vase in the Pomegranate design. There has been some professional restoration to the top rim of this piece and there is also age related crazing all over. Otherwise good with some light scratches as expected. 31.5cm tall.
A collection of H & R Daniel tea and dinner ware: pattern number 4024, circa 1820 (29 pieces). In mixed condition, every one of the items has wear to the paintwork and guilding as expected with a tea set this old. Each example has been used and therefore has surface wear including scratches and varying depths and loss of paint. 3 of the smaller cups are cracked and a further one has had the handles glued back on. 5 of the larger cups are damaged with either cracks or reglued areas etc. 5 side plates are also cracked/ damaged. Please note, every other piece shows signs of age as this is an antique tea set and isnt perfect.