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Z16453 A set of steel fire irons with brass handles. Unmarked. Date: c.1860. Size: The shovel is 62.2cm. (24 1/2") long, the tongs are 59.5cm. (23 1/2") long and the poker is 56.5cm. (22 1/4") long. These irons are well made and they have very attractive, twisted brass handles. There is a small, brased repair to the handle of the poker but other than this the pieces are all in very good condition. £158. U.S.A.
+£35.
Western
Europe
+£15.
D16744 An unusual pair of copper and brass picture frames. Unmarked. Date: c.1915. These items were sold to us as Trench Art but we cannot be sure on this as it is a field that we are not familiar with. Size: Each frame is 22.2cm. (8 3/4") long by 17.7cm. (7") wide by 2cm. (3/4") deep. They are very well made and very heavy. The design is quite simple, but attractive. They have simple copper surrounds with a brass interior. They are both in excellent condition. £145.
the pair.
U.S.A.
+£35.
Western
Europe
+£10.
C16454 An unusual French copper bidet liner. Unmarked. Date: c.1860. Size: 47cm. (18 1/2") long by 29.5cm. (11 5/8") wide by 10.5cm. (4 1/8") deep. This is a most unusual item to find made from copper. It could now make a very interesting shaped jardiniere, to take two plants, or it is just an interesting shape to hang on a wall. It is beautifully made, with castellated seams all around the base and up the side. There is also a small patch in the base were a piece of copper has been added to make up the size. This is also put in with castellated seams and can be seen in the image. The bidet liner is in very good condition. The interior was originally tinned and this is now worn. A small, copper loop has been attached to one end so that the piece can hang. £135. U.S.A.
+£35.
Western
Europe
+£10.
D16727 A Victorian, silver plated letter opener. Unmarked. Date: c.1860. Size: 21.5cm. (8 1/2") long. This piece is made from steel which has been silver plated. The wide, handle section is a very elaborate Heraldic coat of arms which depicts lions, dragons, horses, crowns and strange birds. There is slight wear to the plating but other than this the piece is in very good condition. £39. U.S.A.
+£10.
Western
Europe
+£5.
D16642 An unusual shaped, large copper jug. Unmarked. Date: c.1900. Size: 41cm. (16") high by 26.6cm. (10 1/2") diameter at its widest part. The total width, from the outer edge of the handle to the far side of the jug is 31.8cm. (12 1/2"). This piece is made from a heavy gauge of copper. It has rolled seams and there is a folding steel handle for carrying the jug. It was originally tinned inside and was possibly for use in a dairy. Now it would be an impressive piece to use for a large flower display. There is denting to the handle and there are also some small dents to the body of the jug. Other than that it is in good condition but the tinning, to the interior, is worn. £195. U.S.A.
+£35.
Western
Europe
+£20.
D16551 A very heavy, French copper watering can. Unmarked. Date: c.1920. Size: The can section is 31cm. (12 1/4") long by 16.5cm. (6 1/2") wide by 27cm. (10 5/8") high. The total height, to the top of the handle, is 36.8cm. (14 1/2") and the total width, including spout and handle, is 57cm. (22 1/2"). Although this watering can is not made from the best quality copper, as there is quite a lot of marking to the top which is in the copper, it is an exceptionally heavy gauge. It has interlocking seams and there is some rivetted decoration. The seam up the front of the spout is welded. Other than the marking in the copper it is in excellent condition. £225. U.S.A.
+£40.
Western
Europe
+£20.
C16447 A French copper watering can. Unmarked. Date: c.1900. Size: The can section is 21cm. (8 1/4") diameter by 22.5cm. (8 7/8") high. The total height, to the top of the handle, is 37.5cm. (14 3/4") and the total width, including spout and handle, is 42.5cm. (16 3/4"). This piece is made from a reasonably substantial gauge of copper and it has interlocking seams. It has a steel band around the base and the handle is attached by copper rivets. There is an old, soldered repair around the spout. Other than this it is in excellent condition. £195. U.S.A.
+£35.
Western
Europe
+£10.
C16249 A French childs chair with a wicker seat. Unmarked. Date: c.1880. Size: 66cm. (26") high by 38cm. (15") across and 36cm. (14 1/8") deep. This chair would probably suit a child of between two and four years of age. It is quite simple in form and probably country made. It has shaped splats in the back but the arms and stretchers are plain and there is just a small amount of turning to the front legs. It is in excellent condition and it is very sturdy. £135. On
App.
C16440 A very large and impressive copper jug. Unmarked. Date: c.1900. Size: 61cm. (24") high by 26cm. (10 1/4") diameter at the base. The total width, from the outer edge of the handle to the tip of the spout is 37.5cm. (14 3/4"). Although this jug has folded seams, which is typical of the 20th century form of construction, it is well made, from a very heavy gauge of copper. It was not made for use with food as the interior has never been tinned. It would be a very impressive piece to use for a large flower display. There is a small dent in the handle and there is also slight denting to the spout. Other than this it is in very good condition. £295. U.S.A.
+£45.
Western
Europe
+£15.
C16285 A particularly large, French copper watering can. Unmarked. Date: c.1890. Size: The can section is 26.5cm. (10 1/2") diameter at its widest part by 38cm. (15") high. Overall it measures 47.5cm. (18 3/4") at its highest point by 63.5cm. (25") from the end of the rose to the outer edge of the handle. It is very substantially made and has rolled seams and a hollow handle. It has a brass rose and a brass fitting at the base of the handle. There is solder around the base of the spout, where it joins onto the can, and also around the base of the handle. There is a small dent in the side of the spout, that can be seen in the image. Other than this it is in excellent condition and it is a very impressive piece. £335. U.S.A.
+£45.
Western
Europe
+£15.
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