P Mathews & Charles Hunt 1838 The Trial of Bill Burn Aquatint - Sold
After P Mathews, The Trial of Bill Burn, 1838 Charles Hunt, engraver & Ackerman & Co Printer. The original painting was probably painted for Lady Lyttleton of Hagley Hall. Burns was found beating his donkey and the Trial of Bill Burns was the first prosecution under the 1822 Martin's Act for cruelty to animals.
Victorian 31 Piece Dinner Service 1868 Beech & Hancock Grecian Pattern - Sold
This is a superb 1868 Antique Victorian 31 Piece Dinner Service Beech & Hancock Grecian Pattern.
It is very rare to find such a complete, useable, dining service.
& Hancock were active from 1857 to 1876. This is the Grecian
pattern and each piece is marked underneath with the B&H Garter
mark, dating it to 1868.
The dinner service comprises 5 serving
platters, 1 centrepiece, 2 lidded tureens, 1 lidded sauce boat on stand,
6 dinner plates, 6 luncheon plates & 6 side plates.
Lewis Wright 1905 The New Book of Poultry Cassell & Company - Sold
This item is The New Book of Poultry by Lewis Wright published in 1905 by Cassell & Company. It has 600+ 8 pages. Hardcover original decorated cloth, with
blindstamping and goldprint on spine and frontboard, with all edges gilt. All pages and illustrations are intact.
Antique Japanese Carved Wood and Soapstone Four Panel Screen Early 1900s - Sold
An antique Japanese carved wood and soapstone four panel
Shibayama screen from the early 1900s. It is currently arranged as 2 x 2
panels; however it could easily be assembled as a four panel screen. It
is made from carved and ebonised wood, and carved soapstone. The four
central panels are surrounded with a red lacqueur border.
Hertfordshire County Edition Of The Domesday Book - Sold
A limited edition copy, 35 of 1000, of the Hertfordshire County Edition of the Domesday Book, published 1987/1988 by Alecto Publishing.
This set is finished to a high quality and illustrated throughout, containing two volumes: The
Domesday Studies & Folios & Maps.The set comes in a solid slipcase and original packaging.
19th Century Anglo-Indian Wooden Ornament - Sold
A Padouk wood Anglo-Indian/Burmese carving probably dating to around 1870.
Presumably it would have been ornamental decoration for an elaborately
carved piece of wooden furniture. We also have two smaller fragments for sale - please see our other listing.
Roger Hebbelinck Signed Etching Return from the Countryside - Sold
A Roger Hebbelinck signed limited edition unframed aquatint etching,
Return from the Countryside, number 185 of 350. Hand printed in colour
by Stehli Freres, Zurich. It is pencil signed and the title is also written in pencil on the lower right and it is pencil numbered 185/350 on lower left.