A French ebonised wood and crystal cave a liqueur


The ebonised wooden case mounted with mother of pearl inlay and gilding to the top and front, encasing a set of 16 liqueur glasses and four decanters with gilding motifs
French, c. 1880

An Art Deco five piece silver plated tea service


Comprising one tea pot, one coffee pot, one sugar pot and one milk jug, each with ebonised wooden handles, each hallmarked with 'B.B', the coffee and tea pot impressed '24g', the sugar pot '16g' and t

A Victorian coromandel tantalus


Comprising ten cut crystal liqueur glasses, three large cut crystal decanters with faceted round stoppers, and an engraved circular gilded tray, within a coromandel wood tantalus, mounted with brass b

Napoleon III Cave-a-Liqueur


This handsome cave-a-liqueur was made in France, C.1860.