A double portrait of Princes Charles Edward Stuart (1720-1788) and Henry Benedict Stuart (1725-1807): the former, wearing red coat, white lace cravat and stock, blue sash and breast star of the Order of the Garter, the green sash of the Order of the Thistle visible under his coat; the latter, wearing pale blue coat, embroidered waistcoat, white lace cravat and stock, blue sash of the Order of the Garter. Circle of Jean Étienne Liotard (Swiss, 1702-1789).

A double portrait of Princes Charles Edward Stuart (1720-1788) and Henry Benedict Stuart (1725-1807): the former, wearing red coat, white lace cravat and stock, blue sash and breast star of the Order of the Garter, the green sash of the Order of the Thistle visible under his coat; the latter, wearing pale blue coat, embroidered waistcoat, white lace cravat and stock, blue sash of the Order of the Garter. Circle of Jean Étienne Liotard (Swiss, 1702-1789).

double-walled, embossed and chased with dense flowers on matted ground, leaf-wrapped twig handle, matching finial, the front engraved with arms, crest and motto, the circular stand matching and engraved with crest and motto in a garter

double-walled, embossed and chased with dense flowers on matted ground, leaf-wrapped twig handle, matching finial, the front engraved with arms, crest and motto, the circular stand matching and engraved with crest and motto in a garter

A PAIR OF GEORGE II SILVER-GILT DOUBLE SPICE BOXES MARK OF BENJAMIN GODFREY, LONDON, 1734 Each rectangular with canted corners, on four scroll feet, the hinged cover with gadrooned border, each cover engraved with a coat-of-arms within a garter motto, with later ruby glass liners, marked under bases and on each cover A Brilliant Silversmith who died far too Young his widow Eliza carried on with their business 2 boxes sold for $104,500

A PAIR OF GEORGE II SILVER-GILT DOUBLE SPICE BOXES MARK OF BENJAMIN GODFREY, LONDON, 1734 Each rectangular with canted corners, on four scroll feet, the hinged cover with gadrooned border, each cover engraved with a coat-of-arms within a garter motto, with later ruby glass liners, marked under bases and on each cover A Brilliant Silversmith who died far too Young his widow Eliza carried on with their business 2 boxes sold for $104,500

An 1871 Pattern Full Dress Helmet Of An Officer In The 1st Life Guards - Early 20th Century -  The white-metal skull complete with all its embossed copper fittings, ornate frontal plate displaying a crowned shield bearing a double enamelled Garter on a silver diamond-cut star, all above attendant sprays of laurel and oak, St. George slaying the Dragon between, large rose-pattern supporters with leather-lined chin-chain, the interior with buff-leather liner and green leather peak lining...

An 1871 Pattern Full Dress Helmet Of An Officer In The 1st Life Guards - Early 20th Century - The white-metal skull complete with all its embossed copper fittings, ornate frontal plate displaying a crowned shield bearing a double enamelled Garter on a silver diamond-cut star, all above attendant sprays of laurel and oak, St. George slaying the Dragon between, large rose-pattern supporters with leather-lined chin-chain, the interior with buff-leather liner and green leather peak lining...

A rare George III Irish silver double snuff box, of rectangular form with two hinge lids revealing compartments, the top engraved with a crowned crest, the garter inscribed 'Royal South Downs IX', one end engraved with wreath framing a St Patrick's Cross and clover leaf, the other with a spinning wheel, the sides with four shuttles, Dublin 1810 by James England and William Law, length approx 8.8cm.

A rare George III Irish silver double snuff box, of rectangular form with two hinge lids revealing compartments, the top engraved with a crowned crest, the garter inscribed 'Royal South Downs IX', one end engraved with wreath framing a St Patrick's Cross and clover leaf, the other with a spinning wheel, the sides with four shuttles, Dublin 1810 by James England and William Law, length approx 8.8cm.

A rare George III Irish silver double snuff box, of rectangular form with two hinge lids revealing compartments, the top engraved with a crowned crest, the garter inscribed 'Royal South Downs IX', one end engraved with wreath framing a St Patrick's Cross and clover leaf, the other with a spinning wheel, the sides with four shuttles, Dublin 1810 by James England and William Law, length approx 8.8cm.

A rare George III Irish silver double snuff box, of rectangular form with two hinge lids revealing compartments, the top engraved with a crowned crest, the garter inscribed 'Royal South Downs IX', one end engraved with wreath framing a St Patrick's Cross and clover leaf, the other with a spinning wheel, the sides with four shuttles, Dublin 1810 by James England and William Law, length approx 8.8cm.

BROSCH O ÖRHÄNGEN, Brooch and earrings, silver gilt, with turquoises, pearls and water opals. Ca

Circle of Richard Cosway PORTRAIT OF ROWLAND TAILOR; TOGETHER WITH A PORTRAIT OF A LADY

Circle of Richard Cosway PORTRAIT OF ROWLAND TAILOR; TOGETHER WITH A PORTRAIT OF A LADY

Chance to buy ! At only 24mm high this must be one of Samuel Shelley's smallest miniatures.

Chance to buy ! At only 24mm high this must be one of Samuel Shelley's smallest miniatures.

English School (c.1815), An Officer called William Read

English School (c.1815), An Officer called William Read

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