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Pair of Gothic lead glazed windows. Pair antique arched shaped lead windows with clear glass panels.
A primitive antique 18th century pewter and lead tobacco box.
Handcrafted with hand etched detailing and applied circles, the makers handicraft can be seen throughout the piece.
It has a stylised head ...
A pair of Lead Dolphins, 19th century, possibly from a fountain
54cm in height, at the widest point 20cm wide
Approx weight 25-30kg each, they are very heavy
This is an original antique old reclaimed architectural 'Gothic style' arched leaded glass shaped window frame. It has a wooden support on the back which protects the leaded glass which ...
This is a rare handmade architectural Victorian Arts & Crafts antique bullseye leaded glass window frame, set in a solid wood pine frame. Magnificent coloured leaded glass with bullseye decorations. ...
These are a pair of George III antique mahogany urns. With lead lining and 2 cast bronze lifting handles with reeded sections and downward foliate casting. The main body of ...
This is a lead pedestal and planter, 18th Century antique lovely patina, would look fantastic in any garden. Some damage to the pedestal as shown.
Offered for sale is this 20th century lead hanging wall ornament modelled as the face of a lion length 30cm.
Condition in keeping of age.
Three early 20th century painted lead nodding bulldog figures, height of each 6.5cm (3).
Condition:- General wear commensurate with age throughout, rubbing to paintwork, etc.
This is a useful and attractive early 19th Century antique English Georgian "Lion's Paw" brass door porter / doorstop, the foot clearly cast with finely delineated moulding, and lead filled ...
This listing is for a 19th Century Cast Lead Tobacco box of a sarcophagus form with a bronze Greyhound Head mounted to the lid. Lovely design with the stepped base ...
This is a rare small antique lead low relief Royal Coat of Arms Prince of Wales plaque emblem wall sign. The Prince of Wales's feathers is the heraldic badge of ...
We have for sale a very attractive cast brass tobacco box, complete with its original cast lid, lead liner and inner lead weight.
This lovely tobacco box is of a square ...
This is a lovely early 20th Century antique lead Putti water fountain. In nice original condition with later added fountain rose at the top which can be removed if you ...
A beautiful pair of French lead lamps. These were originally plinths that have been converted. They would make great bedside lamps. Price is for the pair. Wired with vintage style ...
Offered for sale is this antique Georgian tobacco box with lid and tamper. The square formed lead container depicts hunting scenes and the lid is topped with a pheasant. Includes ...
This is a beautiful original 17th Century antique lead rain hopper dated 1674. It has lovely moulded detailing. Hoppers of this period rarely come on to the market for sale. ...
A beautiful early to mid 20th century lead Putti garden fountain. Standing at 5ft high it's very impressive. There is three mythical Dolphins around the base which detach. The fountain ...
This is a useful and attractive early 19th Century antique English Georgian Brass Door Porter / Doorstop, the plain foot with simple reeded decoration, and lead filled just as it ...
This is a beautiful 'papier mache' box depicting a hunting scene and containing lead figures representing the 'Meet' believed to be 19th Century.
This is a beautiful reminder of childhood! This complete lead greenhouse by Britains is complete and in original packaging.
Offered for sale is this 20th century lead hanging wall ornament modelled as the face of a satyr, length 33cm. Condition in keeping of age.
This set of three leaded coloured glass windows look to date from the Victorian period. The windows have lead frames with coloured glass panels. They do have some damage and ...
This set of five leaded coloured glass windows look to date from the Victorian period. The windows have lead frames with coloured glass diamond panels. They do have some damage ...
This attractive tobacco jar dates from the first half of the nineteenth century.
It is made from what we believe to be a lead and spelter mix and is heavy. ...
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