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A silver-gilt Master's badge for the Fruiterers Company of London, made in London in 1888 by Edwin William Streeter .
Price: £375.00
6087

A pair of oval buckles, by John Nicklin Dublin 1787-1793 .
Price: £300.00

 

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A pair of buckles in a leather case, by John Stainforth London 1784-1785 .
Price:
5945
A pair of buckles imitative of cut steel, London 1851 by Rawlings and Summers.
Price: £285.00
4018
A set of six silver buttons, London circa 1760 by William Smith I, initialled {IT}.
Price: £265.00
3181
A pair of cuff-links each prick-initialled {HC} (or {CH}) by PP, maker's mark only, provincial.
Price: £185.00
2704
A pair of gilt metal shoe buckles with sprung chapes struck with the maker's mark of Edward Fairbrother of London circa 1800.
Price: £170.00
5180
pair silver-gilt shoe buckles A pair of silver-gilt shoe buckles by Charles Rawlings, London 1819.
Price: £170.00
9961
A pair of breeches buckles, by William Pugh Birmingham 1814 .
Price:
5970
A small buckle with Celtic decoration, by William Robb of Ballater circa 1910.
Price: £145.00
5675
A silver buckle imitating cut steel, by John Faux of London circa 1775.
Price: £145.00
5530

A pair of buckles with floral decoration, made in Birmingham in 1841 and 1845 by Joseph Wilmore and Yapp and Woodward respectively.
Price: £145.00

                                                        Although these buckles carry different maker's marks they were in fact produced by one company. Late in his working life Joseph Willmore went into partnership with Yapp and Woodward.

5211

A large paste-set buckle, circa 1750.
Price: £140.00
                                                                                 Although unmarked, this buckle tests as silver.

5294
  A pair of silver collar studs by Joseph Willmore (with duty mark and lion) circa 1800
Price: £140.00
   9675
A pair of silver breeches buckles designed to imitate cut steel, by Joseph Willmore Birmingham 1826.
Price: £125.00
5160
 silver nurse's belt buckle A nurse's buckle shaped as 2 hexagons by Adie and Lovekin, Birmingham 1899.
Price: £125.00
2045
A buckle of unusual construction decorated with thistles, by Jennens and Company Birmingham 1854..
Price: £110.00
5349
A nurse's buckle by Spurrier & Co, London 1903.
Price: £110.00
2008
A brooch formed of two crosses, unmarked circa 1870 .
Price: £95.00
6044

A pair of filigree-effect buckles, in gilded copper circa 1780.
Price: £95.00

5946
A silver belt-buckle set with panels of moss-agate, by Adie and Lovekin Birmingham 1902.
Price: £95.00
5423
An engraved nurse's buckle, by Deakin and Francis Birmingham 1909.
Price: £95.00
5079
A Luckenbooth brooch, by Ola M. Gorie (of Kirkwall, Orkney) assayed in Edinburgh in 1966 .
Price: £85.00
5881
A Luckenbooth brooch, by Robert Allison Edinburgh 1973 .
Price: £85.00
5856
A buckle, by John Faux London circa 1775 .
Price:
5972
A pair of engraved shirt studs, by Mary Ann Cresswell London 1820 and 1822.
Price: £75.00
5368
Norwegian silver-gilt peasant brooch A Norwegian peasant brooch in the shape of a gilded heart with 5 suspended leaves; marked 826S and ME incuse, circa 1880.
Price: £75.00
8173
A beaded breeches buckle by George Bower, Birmingham 1813.
Price: £75.00
2263
Child's buckle A child's or breeches buckle aping cut steel by George Bower, Birmingham 1814.
Price: £70.00
9468
A buckle, by William Turton London circa 1780 .
Price: £65.00
5971
A brooch pin of Pictish design, by Ola M. Gorie (of Kirkwall, Orkney), last quarter of the 20th century .
Price: £65.00
5883
A brooch in the Luckenbooth manner, by Saunders and Shepherd, Chester 1905.
Price: £50.00
4985
A buckle, unmarked circa 1780.
Price: £45.00
5947
A rectangular engraved buckle, by A. A. Venour & Company, Birmingham 1898.
Price: £45.00
5008
A buckle with cut-steel effect decoration, French circa 1780 .
Price: £38.00
5973