Silver, Gold, Objects of Vertu, Portrait Miniatures, Judaica, Russian Works of Art, Faberge
Silver and Gold:
English and Continental silver of all periods including a host of useful, table, ceremonial and commemorative items of every kind in addition to major works by important makers such as Paul Storr and Paul de Lamerie working in London, Jamnitzer in Germany and Odiot Freres in Paris. Faberge, Russian Works of Art and Icons:
Magnificent designs by Carl Faberge and his contemporaries, in gold enamel and other precious materials: silver, porcelain, paintings and photographs including works relating to the Russian Imperial Family. Objects of Vertu encompassing Western European precious objects and enamels including snuff boxes. Judaica:
Sales devoted to those objects of special ethnographic and ceremonial importance to the Jewish people, including metalwork (primarily silver), books, manuscripts, ceramics, textiles, paintings and works of art. Portrait Miniatures and Objects of Vertu: English and European portrait miniatures from the early 16th to mid-19th century; in England, from Hilliard to Thornburn and on the Continent, from Clouet to Meuret. Precious small objects such as snuff boxes, scent bottles, fans and vinaigrettes of superb workmanship in gold, silver, enamel, crystal, ivory, coral and other materials.