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Hallmarked in Sheffield, 1936 by Walker & Hall, this classic Sterling Silver Quaich stands on a pedestal base and has a deep bowl. The quaiche measures 6.25"(16cm handle to handle, with a bowl diameter of 4.25"(11cm) and a height of 2.3"(6cm). This quaich weighs 4.4 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked in Birmingham in 1936 by A. & J. Zimmerman, this handsome, Sterling Silver Christening Mug, has a plain straight sided body with a band of reed decoration around the centre, a stepped base, and a bead detailed handle. The christening mug measures 4"(10cm) tall, by 4.5"(11cm) from handle to rim and weighs 7.5 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked in Birmingham in 1936 by Asprey & Co. Ltd., this stylish, Sterling Silver Letter Opener, is modelled to look like a sword. The letter opener measures 10"(25.5cm) in length, by 3"(7.5cm) across the guard, and weighs 2.85 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked in London in 1936 by Richard Comyns, this large, Sterling Silver Photograph Frame, is from the Art Deco period and is plain in style, standing on the original easel back. The photograph frame measures 16"(41cm) tall, by 12"(30.5cm) wide, with an aperture measuring 14"(35cm) tall, by 10"(25cm) wide.
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Hallmarked in London in 1936, by revered Arts & Crafts silversmith Omar Ramsden, this stunning, Sterling Silver Bowl, is beautifully handcrafted. The bowl stands on six feet and features a hand hammered finish and a pierced border. The bowl measures 3"(8cm) tall, by 5.5"(13cm) in diameter and weighs 6.2 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked in London in 1936 by Charles Boyton, this very stylish, Sterling Silver Mug, shows both Arts & Crafts and Art Deco influences, standing on a square base, and featuring a hand hammered finish, and loop handle, and carrying the makers facsimile signature on the base. The mug measures 3.5"(9cm) tall, by 5"(12.5cm) from handle to side, by 3.25"(8.5cm) deep and weighs a substantial feeling 12.7 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked in Sheffield in 1936 by George Howson, this handsome, Sterling Silver Tea Set, is in the Art Deco style. The teapot measures 5.25"(13cm) tall, by 10.5"(26.5cm) from handle to spout, and the other pieces are in proportion. The four piece tea set together weighs 53 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked in London in 1936 by Richard Comyns, this handsome, Sterling Silver Bowl, is an Art Deco interpretation of the classic Mazer Bowl. Simple and geometric in form, the bowl is decorated with a band of acanthus leaves around the centre and repeated concentric circles around the foot. The bowl measures 5.5"(13.5cm) tall, by 10.75"(27.5cm) in diameter and weighs a hefty 50 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked in Sheffield in 1936 by Asprey & Co Ltd., this wonderful set of six, Art Deco, Sterling Silver Mugs, feature tapered bodies on wide spreading bases, with simple loop handles, and would make excellent Mint Julep Cups. Each mug measures 6"(15cm) tall, by 4.25 inches (11cm) from handle to side, by 3.75"(9.5cm) in diameter and the set together weighs 61 troy ounces (1.9kg).
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Hallmarked in Birmingham in 1936 by Sanders & Mackenzie, this very rare, early battery operated, George V, Sterling Silver Cigar Lighter, is in the form of a propellor plane, mounted on a wooden plinth which bears a plaque with the original inscription. The batteries are contained inside the plinth which is opened from the base, the propeller is removable to allow lighter fluid to be poured in, and the cockpit canopy is opened to reveal the lighter. The cigar lighter measures 4.25"(11cm) tall, by 7.5"(19cm) long with a wing span of 8.5"(22cm). Richard Stanley Harrison was the Mayor of Carlisle from 1936-1937. In 1936 the Carlisle Council sold Kingstown Municipal Airport to the Air Ministry, and it is likely that this rare lighter commemorates the sale. The airport was later remained RAF Kingstown, and was opened in 1938, becoming home to two squadrons flying Fairey Battle Bombers which had only recently been manufactured, having their maiden test flight on the 10th of March 1936.
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Hallmarked in London in 1936 by Asprey & Co. Ltd., this unique, Art Deco, Sterling Silver Cigar Box, is striking in design, with inlaid gold to the lid and sides, light blue and red enamelled detailing, and the handle is modelled as a nine cylinder radial plane engine with a single propeller. The interior is lined in cedar wood. The cigar box measures 3"(7.5cm) tall, by 9.5"(24cm) wide, by 6"(15.5cm) deep. The date of manufacture, and the choice of colours used in the decoration, suggests a connection to the one of the specialist RAF Command units that were set up during that year. The use of a single propeller engine on the box handle would suggest a connection to Fighter Command, which found fame during the Second World War and the Battle Of Britain.
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