Pair of shoes, English, c1700–30

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1.20E28098The20Daughters20of20Sir20Matthew20DeckerE280992C20Jan20van20Meyer2C20English2C201718-354f4fb

‘The Daughters of Sir Matthew Decker’, by Jan van Meyer, 1718

2.20Cylinder20watch20and20chatelaine2C20William20Webster2C20Stephen20Goujon20and20George20Michael20Moser2C20London2C201761-2-6ff02c4

Cylinder watch and chatelaine, by William Webster, Stephen Goujon and George Michael Moser, 1761-2

3.20Dog20money20box2C20Brislington2C201717-095fd77

Dog money box, Brislington, 1717

4.20Folding20E28098Trompe20lE28099oeilE2809920fan2C20English2C20c.1750-b8fe216

Folding ‘Trompe l’oeil’ fan, English, c1750

5.20Nautilus20shell20cup2C20China20and20London2C20c.1580E280936-dbe2989

Nautilus shell cup, China and London, c1580–6

7.20Posset20pot20with20salver2C20Brislington2C201685E280936-177bc0f

Posset pot with salver, Brislington, 1685–6

8.20Sampler2C20Ann20Smith2C20Scottish20or20English2C201766E280937-f9b26e7

Sampler, Ann Smith, Scottish or English, 1766–7

9.20Teapot2C20Staffordshire2C20c.1755E2809365-28c9137

Teapot, Staffordshire, c1755–65

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