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Mid-Drip Pan Candlestick 

Dutch, c.1625

A large, impressive candlestick in heavy cast brass. Wide, rimmed, mid-level drip pan with typical Dutch "inverted acorn" turnings below it, and "tulip" baluster turnings above it (note how they echo each other.) Single extraction hole. A classy thing -- way above average!

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yk574

 

Tudor Spoon 

English, 1575-1600

Fig-shaped bowl with maker's touch of Rose on Plinth. Ornate ball-and-ring knop. Diamond shaped stem. All the period signs of quality that you could wish for. Old, dark surface (not excavated.)

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yk992

 

Medieval Serving Jug. 

English, c. 1550

A good 16th-century utilitarian piece, crude not fancy. Clear signs of the pottery mold for the casting and a brazenly brazed joint! The rounded base shows it was not to be set down -- the servant was continuously filling the cups and goblets and replenishing the jug from the barrel. Sold by us 14 years ago and just repurchased from the collection.

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yj481

 

Rat-Tailed Spoon 

English, 1709

Maker: Lawrence Jones, London. Engraved with monarch and owner's initials ML. Heavy gauge silver with very little wear. This long, oval bowl is perfect for eating thick soup or chowder. One of the best you'll find.

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yj992

 

Wainscot Chair 

Scottish, late 17th c.

Interesting chair: the back is two boards nailed to the frame and then carved and "framed" to simulate a panel. The carving is plentiful, "busy" and of high quality, with a particularly good crest. Take your time looking at the pictures and enjoy this unusual chair. And then look at the price!

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wg2001

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