Antique silver acorn earrings are wonderful and easy to wear. The acorn is a symbol of hope and was often used in heraldry. Earrings measure 1 5/8" long and 3/4" at their widest.
Charming Victorian silver and two-color gold cuff bracelet decorated with rose gold flowers and yellow gold leaves and marked "Sterling Silver" on the clasp. Wonderful to wear alone or combine with other bangles. The bracelet measures 1" wide and its interior measurements are 2" by 2 1/4".
Lovely silver and gold bangle bracelet with a flower in vase motif. This boldly designed bracelet is engraved with an embossed background design of squares with a leaf motif. The bracelet measures 1 1/2" wide, the interior measurements are 1 7/8" by 2". An unusual and unique piece.
Exquisite Victorian silver bangle bracelet enhanced with a raised floral motif in two color gold. This unusual and striking cuff can be worn alone or joined with other gold or silver bangles. The bracelet measures 1 1/2" wide and its interior measurements are 1 15/16 by 2 1/4. It has hallmarks for Birmingham 1885.
Victorian silver and three color gold locket with a raised floral and foliate design. Wonderful to wear on a chain, either short or long as shown here. The locket measures 1 3/4" high by 1 3/8" wide.
Victorian buckle bracelet beautifully engraved with clover leaves and a geometric design. The bracelet is stamped "Sterling". Buckle bracelets became very popular when Queen Victoria wore the Order of the Garter on her arm. The bracelet measures 1 3/16" wide. The interior dimensions are 1 7/8" wide by 2 1/8" long.
Striking silver Victorian bangle with a bold buckle motif. Sure to cause admiring glances when worn day or night. The bracelet measures 1 5/8" at its widest and its interior measurements are 2" by 2 5/16". It has full hallmarks for Birmingham, England 1884.
Stunning late Victorian style cuff bracelet with an overall hand engraved ivy motif. Wonderful to wear alone or with other bracelets. The bracelet is hallmarked inside Birmingham 1913 and measures 1 1/2" wide.
Victorian cut steel bangle bracelet. Wonderful to wear with other cut steel pieces or with silver as well. The bracelet measures 3/8" wide and its interior circumference is 6 1/2".
Rare Wedgwood early Victorian blue and white jasperware bead necklace. Jasperware is a type of pottery developed by Josiah Wedgwood in the 1770s. Noted for its matte finish it was produced in a number of colors of which the best known is a pale blue now known as Wedgwood Blue, as in the piece. The necklace measures 18 1/4" long.
Ashworth ironstone dinner plate in an imari pattern, known as the "Rose Pattern", c1865 priced at
Condition: excellent Height: 10 inches
This is a bold, colorful "japan" pattern porcelain dinner plate made by Ashworth, circa 1880.
Condition: excellent Height: 10 inches
How rare it is to find an early soft paste porcelain platter of this size, 16" X 20". This platter in excellent condition is made by the "Bow" factory circa 1765
Condition: excellent Width: 16 inches, Length: 20 inches
Popular plate form from a dessert service of the "Fisherman" pattern printed in underglaze blue. Impresed "Salopian" mark and printed initial "S", 8" diameter. Ca 1775. Condition: excellent Height: 8 inches
This early sugar bowl is charmingly decorated with a transfer printed mother and child design. Ca 1780. 3 3/4"dia x 2"H Condition: excellent
This impressively hand painted pattern was the one chosen by Lord Nelson for his dinner service, 7 1/4" DIAM. Condition: excellent
Beautiful porcelain dinner size plate (9 3/4" diam) from Chamberlain's Worcester Factory with a stylized Bow pattern. Rarely is early 19th Century English porcelain marked. We guarantee that it is Chamberlain's Worcester. Beautiful condition, no repairs.
Condition: excellent Height: 9.75 inches
Rare Chamberlain Worcester Bengal Tiger Cup & Saucer, c1800,