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Antique Collectables

An ever changing collection of unique collectable antiques.


The Iron Duke

A stunning Parian representation of the Duke of Wellington. This 11" seated figure of the Duke was produced by Sam Alcock & Co in 1852, designed by Alfred Crowgill and sculpted being G Abbott. This is a truly stunning piece for the discerning collector of figurines or militaria.


A unique Papier Mache figurine of a chained Blackamore servant mid to late 19th century. This imposing 17.5" tall figure carries an 11" x 7" tray with depictions of a crane attacking a snake. The tray design has small imperfections but otherwise in wonderful condition throughout.

Campaign Writing Slope

This Regency period item in Rosewood has a wonderfully fitted interior with superbly styled mother of pearl inlays.

Bronze Bust

An imposing 14" tall bronze bust after Albert Ernest Carrier / Belleuse, France 1824 - 1857.

Cartridge Case

A fine example, in excellent condition of a 19th century leather Cartridge Case by James Dixon. A double ended case holding 32 cartridges and measuring 7.5" x 5.5" comes complete with shoulder strap.

Guinness Collectable

This item is a very rare pressure gauge taken from a Guinness tugboat working in the Liffey dockyards in Dublin.


A beautiful 19th century portrait of a young gentleman painted on ivory, the oval measures 3" x 21/4" the frame overall measuring 5.5" x 6.5"


Stevengraphs is a trademark by Thomas Stevens a Coventry based silk weaver originally known for producing bookmarks he late went on to produce wonderful pieces like this one entitled "The Meet" and dates to the late 19th century

Door Knocker

A rather amusing door knocker, very early 18th century in the form of Medusa

Sewing Box

A wonderful Regency period sewing box profusely inlaid in brass throughout. This beautiful 11" x 8.5" x 5.5" casket has worn velvet lined compartments for all the Ladies sewing needs, this also has ivory thread spools depicting the different sizes of thread available. This box is in perfect condition with the exception of the left hand ring handles, although broken the pieces are in the box for repair.