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Opaque white glass Bottle, named for OIL within a puce scroll cartouche and painted with loose, colourful bouquets, the reverse with a honeysuckle spray and scattered sprigs, South Staffordshire, Sunderland or Newcastle-upon-Tyne, c.1760-65

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Opaque white glass Scent Flask, painted with a puce scroll cartouche containing the initials and date M*W 1782, the reverse decorated with a winged insect above a floral bouquet, probably Beilby workshop, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, dated 1782

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Rare gilt cagework and mother-of-pearl circular Snuff Box, the enamel cover and interior painted with Meissen-style harbour scenes, Birmingham, c.1750

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Enamel Snuff Box, the cover painted with a peacock on a balustrade, reserved on a pink ground with raised white scroll decoration, the sides painted with cartouches containing floral sprigs, Bilston, c.1775

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White opaline glass Vase, painted in the manner of Sèvres, probably French, 19th Century

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Opaque white glass Beaker, painted after an engraving by J.E. Nilson, with a lady dressed in riding habit, Bohemia, c.1765

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Double-opening Snuff Box, the cover, sides and base decorated with a geometrical raised gilt design embellished with translucent green enamel. The silver mounts bear a Paris discharge mark for 1744-50

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Rare James Giles decorated glass Scent Flask and stopper, with cap and original shagreen case, c.1765-70

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Rare James Giles decorated green-tinted glass Scent Flask, both sides depicting a ruin in a rustic landscape, additional gilt designs on the shoulders and canted corners, c.1770

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Louis XV white enamel Bonbonnière, the shaped box decorated as a carriage in raised gilt scrollwork, the hinged cover with an ornate foliate design. The silver mounts with marks, including a Paris discharge mark for 1750-56

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Wine Glass with diamond faceted stem and engraved 'oxo' border, c.1775

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Wine Glass with hexagonal faceted stem and engraved swag decoration around the rim, c.1785

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Enamel Salt Cellar raised on three feet, painted with three bucolic scenes within raised gilt scroll cartouches and reserved on a pink ground, probably Bilston, South Staffordshire, c.1780

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Cut-glass Scent Flask with engraved silver-gilt cap, France, c.1860

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'Honeysuckle Group' enamel Scent Bottle, Chain and Stopper, the unusual ground colour decorated with raised gilt flowers and reserved scrollwork cartouches containing a duck swimming amongst reeds, the reverse with a bird and fruit, 1755-60

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Bristol blue glass Scent Flask and Stopper, with hobnail cut decoration, inscribed in gilt 'Respect the Giver' above a musical trophy, the reverse with a gilt rosebud. The silver cap bearing the mark for John Thornton, Birmingham, 1789-1803 (registered 1793)

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English enamel Snuff Box, the cover printed with Mobbing Birds, c.1758-60, possibly inspired by the Virgil Solis (1514-62) woodcut illustration for 'The Owl and the Birds', from Aesop's Fables

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English enamel Snuff Box, Birmingham or London, c.1760-65, the cover decorated with a finely dressed gentleman and lady, the sides with scenes from The Ladies' Amusement, and the inside cover painted with a portrait of Mrs Brooks, after Thomas Worlidge

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English enamel Snuff Box (left), showing the portrait of Mrs Brooks

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