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A Charles II pewter triple reeded plate, circa 1680 The narrowish rim with normal cast triple reeded edge bearing punched ownership initials 'SA',...

A Charles II pewter narrow rim plate, circa 1680 The rim consisting entirely of cast reeding, the well and booge hammered all over, ownership tria...

A William & Mary pewter multiple reeded plate, circa 1690 The edge of the narrowish flat rim decorated with a single cast reed and two incised gro...

A rare Charles I pewter broad rim plate, circa 1640 With gently curving booge, and broad shallow boss, the plain rim bearing hallmarks on front an...

A rare Charles I pewter plain rim plate, circa 1640 With gently curving booge and broad shallow boss, the rim bearing hallmarks on front and touch...

A rare and documented Charles II pewter broad rim and reeded-edge plate, circa 1660 The edge of the rim with raised reed and shallow groove, beari...

A rare and fine Tudor pewter slim ball and wedge baluster measure, circa 1550-1600 Having a very slim body without a collar, pairs of incised line...

A George III pewter OEWS lidless baluster measure, Wigan, circa 1790 With three pairs of incised lines on body and one pair on the collar, the hol...

A George III pewter OEWS gill lidless baluster measure, Wigan, circa 1800 Two bands of incised lines on body, one line near foot rim and none on c...

A fine George I pewter half-mutchkin ball and bar baluster measure, Wigan, circa 1720 The slim body with three pairs of incised lines and one arou...

A George III pewter OEWS gill lidless baluster measure, Wigan, circa 1800 The slender body with three pairs of incised lines and one pair on colla...

A George III pewter OEWS gill lidless baluster measure, Wigan, circa 1800 The slender body with two pairs of incised lines and one line to collar,...

A good George III pewter OEWS half-pint lidless baluster measure, Wigan, circa 1790 With three pairs of incised lines to slender body and one on c...

A Charles II pewter OEAS quart flat-lid tankard, probably Wigan, circa 1680 Having a plain cylindrical body with entasis, a flat lid with front de...

A George III pewter OEWS pint lidless baluster measure, Wigan, circa 1790 Having a plain body with lip on collar, a hollow handle with flush lower...

A George III pewter OEWS half-pint lidless baluster measure, Wigan, circa 1790 With two pairs of incised rings on the body, one pair on the collar...

A George III OEWS pint lidless baluster measure, Wigan, circa 1790 With two bands of triple lines to body and a hollow handle with flush terminal,...

A George III pewter OEWS quart bud baluster measure, Wigan, circa 1780 The slender body with two pairs of incised lines around the low belly and o...

A George III pewter OEWS quart lidless baluster measure, Wigan, circa 1800 The body with three bands of paired incised lines, lip to collar, and h...

A George II pewter OEWS half-pint twin-handled cup, Wigan, circa 1750 The bell-shaped body with flared rim and two incised lines, on shallow foot,...

A George II pewter half-reputed-quart single-handled cup, Wigan, circa 1750 With a band of knurled decoration below a simple lip, a shallow concav...

Four George VI pewter Imperial squat bulbous measures, Wigan, circa 1830 Three with full or part hallmarks of Bolton & Wylde, Wigan (fl.1822-1835)...

A George IV pewter Imperial pint mug, Wigan, circa 1830 The truncated cone body with slender mid-fillet and multiple reeded base, the single-curve...

A rare George I pewter pint spray baluster measure, Wigan, circa 1720 The low-belly body with three pairs of incised lines and a further pair to t...

A rare George III OEWS pint lidless 'spray' baluster body measure, North of England, circa 1790 The low-bellied body with traces of two bands of p...

A rare George IV pewter Imperial pint lidless 'spray' baluster body measure, circa 1830 With a pair of incised lines to low belly and stamped 'IMP...

A Charles II pewter OEWS half-pint porringer, Wigan, circa 1680 Having a straight-sided bowl, a flat base with shallow footrim, a single 'Old Engl...

A good William & Mary pewter capstan salt, circa 1690 With diagonal gadroon decoration around the top and base, and fillet around waist, two incis...

A rare William & Mary pewter OEAS gill porringer, circa 1690 The small bellied bowl with a flat base and shallow footring, the Old English single ...

An unusual George II pewter six lobed wavy-edge plate, circa 1745 The single reed on the flat rim incised with three grooves following the outline...

An uncommon George II pewter five lobed wavy edged plate, circa 1750 The gadrooned and reeded edge with cast leaves at the cusps and satyr cast ma...

An uncommon George II pewter eight lobed wavy-edged plate, circa 1750 The rim with a single reeded edge, and engraved with the crest of a griffin,...

A George I brass taperstick, circa 1720 Seamed, with socket flange and knopped stem centred by a rising baluster, on a square base with vestigial ...

A George II brass taperstick, circa 1730 With baluster-stem above a ball knop, on a circular base, height 11.5cm (4½in), base diameter 6.7cm (2⅝...

A George II brass taperstick, circa 1730-50 With baluster stem and spreading square base, height 11.8cm (4⅝in) For further information on this ...

A fine George I/George II brass taperstick, circa 1720-1740 Seamed, the stem a rising square-section baluster, on a 'cut-corner' square base with ...

A rare early 18th century brass dwarf socket candlestick, circa 1700-20 Possibly from a toilet service Seamed, the slightly tulip-shaped socket wi...

A George II brass dwarf candlestick, circa 1730-40 Possibly from a toilet service The socket with moulded rim and on a short waisted stem atop a s...

An early to mid-18th century brass alloy socket candlestick, circa 1730 With a tulip-shaped candle socket and acorn-knopped seamed stem, raised on...

Four 18th century brass ejector candlesticks, English To include a square-based example, circa 1715, with pierced ejector handle, and traces of de...

Three Queen Anne/George I brass alloy octagonal-based socket candlesticks, circa 1715 All with moulded sockets and baluster- or acorn-knopped stem...

Two brass alloy socket candlesticks, circa 1725-40 Each having a moulded socket on a baluster stem, and each raised on a slightly dished square ba...

A George II pewter OEAS pint low dome lidded tankard, Bristol, circa 1740 The truncated cone body with single low fillet, the single-curve handle ...

A William & Mary pewter narrow rim plate, Bristol, circa 1690 The edge of the flat narrow rim decorated with a single cast reed and an incised lin...

A George III pewter porringer, Bristol, circa 1780 Having a bellied bowl with bossed base, a coronet-ear with triangular underside attachment, and...

A George III pewter OEWS quart tankard, Bristol, circa 1770 With tulip-shaped body, high double-domed lid, single-curve handle with ball terminal,...

A George III pewter OEWS half-gill West Country type measure, circa 1800 The body of haystack form, the flared collar bent to form a lip and stamp...

A George VI pewter Imperial pint mug, Bristol, circa 1826 The plain tulip-shaped body with 'extended' vertical and line incised collar, the single...

A George III OEAS half-pint West Country type measure, circa 1800 With haystack-shaped body and flared collar indistinctly stamped to the undersid...

A George III OEWS half-pint bud baluster measure, Bristol, circa 1815 The slender body with two double incised lines and one pair to collar, the s...

An unusual George III pewter beaded edged plate, Bristol, circa 1795 In the late 17th century manner, the rim edge designed with incised and cast...

Three Imperial capacity lidless baluster measures, Bristol, circa 1826 To include a half-pint with squat 'barrel-shaped' body, a rim to collar and...

A George III OEWS half-pint bud baluster measure, circa 1780 With plain slender body, the handle with diamond strut lower attachment, capacity 8.4...

An extremely fine Charles II pewter broad rim charger, circa 1660 The plain rim bearing engraved ownership initials 'IM' together with five stars ...

A George III pewter five lobed wavy edged armorial plate, circa 1770 The flat rim with triple reeded edge, and engraved with impaled arms in a Roc...

A George II/III pewter five lobed wavy-edged plate, circa 1760 The slightly cupped rim with gadrooned edge and no reeding, touchmark and label to ...

A George III pewter five lobed wavy-edged plate, circa 1800 The rim with a single reeded edge, engraved with the crest of HAMILTON - 'a dexter han...

A George II pewter five lobed wavy edge plate, circa 1755 With a double reed edde to the narrowish rim, and engraved with a crest, 'out of a ducal...

A George II pewter five lobed wavy edged Plate, circa 1755 Having a cupped rim with triple reeded edge and a radial ridge at each cusp, and engrav...

A George III/IV pewter multiple-reeded deep bowled plate, circa 1810-30 Having a cast triple reeded edge to cupped rim, and a deep booge, on the r...

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