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  1. Anyone able to help with this mystery item
  2. Hello thanks for your help, I have only just seen your reply, I am not sure about the age but think it’s quite old going by the clasp
  3. Oh thanks kunst, great help, I found this around 8 years ago, didn’t think it would be that old
  4. Hello thanks all for helping with information about this item.
  5. Just had a look at these on eBay, seems this is quite a good example from what I can see
  6. Hello still hoping to find out more about this mark and surprised it’s been on here 4 years
  7. Thanks a lot apos for the great information
  8. Not sure what else you can tell by looking at the bottom? Maybe someone can help explain a bit more
  9. Just done it and noticed in the photo it looks like has what might be a mark of some kind
  10. Ok I will now
  11. Thanks collect
  12. Thanks vet for confirming that it’s masonic, has a small bit of damage, I think might have been done when it was demounted. Wish I could have seen it and wonder how old it was. How they engraved this ...
  13. Still hoping that someone will see this and have a idea what all the engraving on this antique heavy bronze or brass vase might mean as it could help with the age or where it’s from.
  14. Thanks wishing I could tell you more about it,
  15. Hope so, I am wondering if the shape means anything
  16. In the 3rd pic you can just about make it out but the bottom looks black like it was set in something, could it have been gold?? Not sure as not seen enough of them to know. I have yet to find out wha...
  17. It has a hole vet , I would have to take a photo of the too and bottom to see them tho
  18. Thanks parrot I think I missed your reply
  19. Ok thanks I will have a look now
  20. Just found another Swiss one but older , I will add a picture now
  21. Ok thanks I just googled them and saw some others that I think I have, spent over a hour looking for the collection I have but can’t find it anywhere, I found a small bag full but had a bigger bag and...
  22. Didn’t realise it was silver,
  23. Thanks
  24. Thanks
  25. Thanks Adele
  26. Any idea what year this is
  27. Thanks
  28. Oh thanks Ivan For the great help with identifying the marks on this case, stay safe,
  29. Thanks Vynil for helping me out with that information
  30. The label is red on them, I’ve added a picture of it
  31. Thanks Ivan I couldn’t find a maker as well but good to find out how old it is, thank you
  32. Thanks vet I had a look but couldn’t find a maker
  33. Thanks Ivan really good information & like Vet says interesting, I managed to see some other spoons he made and seems he made niello , I think its spelt that way.
  34. Hello Ivan thanks very much for the information, I didn’t expect anyone would have a clue, so I am shocked but very happy to hear who made this spoon and will try to find out more about him. Great h...
  35. Thanks scott
  36. Thanks tallcakes at last I’ve seen others and the same shape too, great help
  37. Thanks tallcakes for posting a link as I thought it was a one off, so it was very nice to see the cocktail shaker. Mark sounds different though as this one only says Stuart
  38. Thanks mp I just read the link
  39. Thanks tallcakes I had a look but there was a similar one but none the same
  40. Thanks Adele I will try to find something on it
  41. Thanks kerra I think it’s the 1 quart size, I guess you could make a small casserole for 1 person.
  42. Thanks mp I didn’t know, I can see it’s marked and signed but couldn’t make it out, knew it was Portuguese but know nothing about the age or maker, so thanks for helping with the name, I will look it ...
  43. Thanks kerra I would use it for soup if I was ever going to use it.
  44. Thanks vinyl
  45. I noticed about the hand painted ones being early and I can tell this one is a early example
  46. Thanks kerra I was told once that it was a bean pot, I guess that it’s a type of casserole pot rather than for soup, it’s very nice and heavy
  47. Thanks kerra great information and a lovely pot the lid has a hole in the top which is something I’ve not come across before.
  48. Brass or bronze,??
  49. This seems to be too well made to be Indian and I am leaning toward Persian, they was totally black when found about 8 years ago
  50. Thanks for trying Rene,
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