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Antique English Creamware Sauce Boat


Creamware, named after its ivory color, is a type of fine earthenware pottery. It was made from a combination of white clay and calcined flint, and was produced in England and Europe during the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. There were several versions of creamware …

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Pair of Antique English Oak Candlesticks

$900.00 for pair

A handsome pair of Antique 19th century English Oak “Open Barley Twist” Candlesticks. The open twist design has always been quite popular and therefore, has also been used on furniture such as tables and chairs. The meticulous measuring skills that were used on these candlesticks …

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George 1 Antique Britannia Standard Silver Cup and Cover


Britannia standard silver was introduced as part of the great recoinage scheme of William 111 in 1697 and it lasted until 1720. This was done to prevent British sterling coins from being melted. Unlike sterling silver which is made of 92.5% silver, Britannia silver is …

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Around the World with Wyler Antiques 🌎

As travel is so popular at this time of the year, we thought it would be fun to pick out some of our favorite pieces from our past excursions. Hopping on a plane and heading eastward, here we go!

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