Elaborate foliate engraved hinged bangle composed of a central oval locket containing a portrait plaque of a young girl set within a rose-cut diamond and pearl frame to similarly set rose-cut diamond foliate and pearl shoulder detail, the reverse plaque depicting a similar portrait of a young girl, the inside engraved and dated 1803-38.
Very unusual Gorham sterling silver apple tea caddy with hinged lid and textured surface. Applied leaf decoration. The lid fits together with the base with a jagged irregular seam as if the apple had been peeled open. Dated 1883 with the Gorham date letter P. The clasp is a bug that rotated to secure a small bar on the top lid.
A LARGE AND IMPRESSIVE RUSSIAN SILVER ART NOUVEAU WINE CARAFE, 1ST ARTEL, MOSCOW, 1908-1917. Of tapered cylindrical form, the base banded with copper plated lily leaves and the front with raised Art Nouveau design of water lillies. With hinged lid and copper plated handle. Verso with dedicatory inscription dated 1910. Hallmarked Moscow 1908-1917, and with Cyrillic maker's mark of the 1st Artel and 84 silver standard.
A rare George III sterling silver (NOT silver plated) nutmeg grater, by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham, England, 1814. Of rectangular form with rounded ends, the lid decorated with seaweed motifs, plain central reserve, the sides with bright engraved bands, hinged steel rasp. Length 3.5cm / 1.38in. Height: 2.2cm / 0.86in. Weight: 16gr / 0.51oz. Fully hallmarked for Birmingham, England, dated 1814, maker's mark for Joseph Willmore