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by Peter (Pierre) Harache I, London 1698,  ( Huguenot refugee )  helmet form with caryatid handle, the body with an applied bold gadroon girdle, lobed cut-card lower decoration, beneath the lip is an applied mask of Diana on a shell ground, raised on a fluted flange and spread circular foot with swirl fluting, height 31cm, weight 74oz. Footnotes      In the last quarter of the 17th century a number of French Huguenot craftsmen left their own country and settled in England

A William III silver ewer, by Peter (Pierre) Harache I, London

Nécessaire, 1st qrt18th century, German, Wood veneered with tortoiseshell & gold; implements of glass, ivory, & gold. Fashionable nécessaires de poche (pocket necessaries) were small caskets made of precious materials & fitted with tiny implements for grooming, writing, or sewing. Beneath a mirror-lined cover, the interior of this casket contains an inkwell & sand shaker, pen, pencil, clasp knife, cut-glass seal, snuff spoon, ear spoon, bodkin, tweezers, file, 2-leaved ivory tablet, & patch…

Nécessaire Date: first quarter century Culture: German (probably Augsburg) Medium: Wood veneered with tortoiseshell and gold; implements of glass, ivory, and gold Dimensions: 3 x x 2 in.

A Victorian silver monteith John Henry Rawlings, London, 1892 The circular footed bowl with chased, engraved and applied decoration, fitted with detachable collar finished with applied cast scroll and mask rim

A Victorian silver monteith John Henry Rawlings, London, 1892 The circular footed bowl with chased, engraved and applied decoration, fitted with detachable collar finished with applied cast scroll and mask rim

Ewer with animal-shaped spout, 15th century, Egypt

Islamic Mamluk Ewer with Animal Shaped Spout Century CE Egypt/Syria, Mamluk Sultanate, Abbasid Caliphate)

Flagon, Johannes Lenker - Augsburg, c. Bequeathed by Michael Wellby, 2012 © Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford

Peter Archambo I (British, active 1720; died 1759). Ewer (one of a pair), 1740/41. British, London. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Irwin Untermyer, 1968 (8.141.140)

Peter Archambo I (British born son of a French huguenot, active died Ewer (one of a pair), British, London. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Rare French Silverplated Covered Caviar Server With Original Twelve Spoon And A Cobalt Glass Liner    c. Late 19th Century

Rare French Silverplated Covered Caviar Server With Original Twelve Spoon And A Cobalt Glass Liner c. Late Century (more likely a spooner, or sugar bowl. If in fact for caviar the spoons cannot be original as caviar spoons never have metal bowls.

French Bronze Dore mounted marble lidded urn, 19th Century

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