Explore Wax Seals, Regency and more!

A Regency Royal Silver-gilt Seal Box, Paul Storr, London, 1817 of shallow drom form, the hinged cover embossed with the Royal Arms within a border of running oak leaves and acorns, marked on base and cover diameter 6 3/4in.

A Regency Royal Silver-gilt Seal Box, Paul Storr, London, 1817

A George V silver-gilt Royal seal-box inkstand, Garrard & Co. Ltd., London, 1911 the lid with Royal Arms in full achievement within oakleaf borders, mounted glass well inside with sponge surround, engraved 'Presented to the Marquis of Crewe KG by King George V and Queen Mary on April 24th 1913'

A George V silver-gilt Royal seal-box inkstand, Garrard & Co.

Fin armorial sterling silver soup plate, London, 1829

A Fine Pair of Antique Sterling Silver Soup Plates, London, 1829

Fin armorial sterling silver soup plate, London, 1829

The Royal Collection: Set of dessert plates Set of Coalport porcelain dessert plates, each with a lobed, gadrooned gilt rim and border of turquoise, an inner gilt scrolling border surrounding a white reserve painted with crowned Royal arms applied with the Hanoverian arms, with inscribed Garter and supporters.

Set of Coalport porcelain dessert plates, each with a lobed, gadrooned gilt rim and border of turquoise, an inner gilt scrolling border surrounding a white.

TWO CUPS AND SAUCERS FROM THE GRAND DUKE PAUL PETROVICH SERVICE, ROYAL PORCELAIN MANUFACTORY, BERLIN, CIRCA 1800 the white grounds painted with Imperial eagles bearing the coats-of-arms of the Russian Empire and the Duchy of Holstein-Gottorp with pink sash and collar of the Order of St Andrew, gilt handles and rims, with blue underglaze factory mark

TWO CUPS AND SAUCERS FROM THE GRAND DUKE PAUL PETROVICH SERVICE, ROYAL PORCELAIN MANUFACTORY, BERLIN, CIRCA 1800 the white grounds painted with Imperial eagles bearing the coats-of-arms of the Russian Empire and the Duchy of Holstein-Gottorp with pink sash and collar of the Order of St Andrew, gilt handles and rims, with blue underglaze factory mark

Arms of Osborne, Dukes of Leeds &c.

Arms of Osborne, Dukes of Leeds .

Early 18th Century English Coat of Arms with Lion and Unicorn | From a unique collection of antique and modern paintings at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/wall-decorations/paintings/

Early 18th Century English Coat of Arms with Lion and Unicorn

Pinterest
Search