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19th C LECHERTIER BARBE & CO WATER COLOUR PAINT CAKES
Very Rare 19th Century Penny Colour watercolour paint cakes by Lechertier Barbe & Co in different colours, including
Chrome Yellow, Yellow Ochre, Crimson, Lamp Black and Dark Green.
Useful for kitting out blank spaces in old artists' boxes. Sold individually or in multiples for which there would be a price reduction.
Very Few Lamp Black left. Few Green also. But a reasonable quantity of...
19th CENTURY PAPIER MACHE BLACK (NEGRO) JACK-IN-THE BOX DOLL
A rare, antique 19th Black Papier Mache Jack-in-the-Box Doll still in her original paterned cotton dress with bows and trim along with the original bonnet.
A substantial piece, It measures 23 inch high (58 cms). The face and hands are of papier mache painted black with pink detail to the mouth and the nostrils, along with the white, brown and dabs of yellow to the eyes.
The head is attac...
VINTAGE TOM SMITH CHRISTMAS TIME CRACKERS WITH WADE PORCELAIN BEARS
This box of TOM SMITH CHRISTMAS TME CRACKERS, is still in its original cellophane and thus unopened.
The box contains the Royal Warrants for The Queen, the Prince of Wales and the Queen Mother. She died in 2002 and so this box must date at least the 1990s.
Each cracker contains a WADE PORCELAIN BEAR as shown in the image on the front of the box.
On the back of the box is a history of...
THE TALTOS FORTUNE TELLINE CUP - ROYAL KENDAL BONE CHINA with Original Instruction Booklet
The Taltos Fortune Telling Cup, bone china by Royal Kendal. Marked to bottom of cup and saucer with RK mark, Made in England & Copyright H * M (i) Ltd 1985.
Written around the cup are the words, "Would'st they fortune like to see? Perchance this cup will show it thee.
The accompanying instruction booklet is marked Copyright A.G.D. 1970. Royal Kendal must have taken over production in 1985...
PAIR OF AUSTRIAN COLD-PAINTED BRONZE TERRIER DOGS Circa 1900
A delightful pair of Austrian cold-painted bronze terriers which probably were attached to an onyx base, but have been taken off. In the third photograph you can see the some remains of the glue to one.
Well modelled and painted they are solid bronze and a delightful pair....