For sale here is our unique selection of collectable desk accessories, desk ornaments, stationery and deskware.
We have antique and vintage perpetual calendars, desktop thermometers, book ends, paperweights and curios. They're the sort of functional or quirky things which make interesting gifts (including to ourselves).
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A handmade, pale-blue, brand advertising ashtray, produced by James Green & Nephews Ltd for Gilbey's, the famous wine and spirits merchant. Second-hand.
An impressive folding camera and accessories, made for use with Eastman Kodak's Autographic 120 film during the 1920s. Second-hand.
A fixed aperture, two stop, British, folding camera made for 120 film during the 1930s. Second-hand.
A small and quite rare, 1950s or 1960s, metal and plastic desktop thermometer, made by the reliable British maker with dual Celsius and Fahrenheit readings. Second-hand.
A 1930s, brown, British, Bakelite, promotional perpetual calendar. Second-hand.
An Art Deco style, French language, desktop perpetual calendar in chrome plate and yellow plastic, mounted on a marble base. Second-hand.
German language, 1970s desktop perpetual calendar in bright green. Second-hand.
A rare and very distinct, British desktop thermometer, from the 1960s or 1970s in a round, clear plastic case. Second-hand.
A mid-20th century desktop thermometer in brown, with readings in Centigrade and Fahrenheit. Second-hand.
A sweet, little vintage corkscrew, combining early phenolic resin plastics and a polished tagua nut to create a parrot with a green beak. From the 1930s to 1950s. Second-hand.
A handmade, British teaching aid from around the 1950s. Second-hand.
A stylish, octagonal, desktop perpetual calendar in chrome plated metal and Bakelite. Second-hand.
A small, ornate, pewter jewellery or trinket box with original lining. Second-hand.
A mid 20th century, Japanese tin toy cash register. Second-hand.
A well made, charming suit indicator for card games. Second-hand.
A circa 1906, polished pewter photo frame from the collectable German manufacturer. Second-hand.
A handmade, green, promotional ashtray for the French pastis brand. Second-hand.
A handmade, red and green, aquatic, promotional ashtray for the French pastis brand. Second-hand.
A cute, handmade, promotional ashtray for the French pastis brand. Second-hand.
A handmade, fish-themed, promotional ashtray for the French pastis brand. Second-hand.
An old brass photo frame in the Art Nouveau Style. Second-hand.
A novelty, promotional desktop thermometer from the 1950s by the American drug company Lilly. Second-hand.
A model biplane, handmade from a spark plug and various bits of scrap metal. Second-hand.
A small, model triplane, handmade from a spark plug and scrap metal. Second-hand.
A mid-20th century desktop thermometer in the rarer green, by British maker Rototherm. Second-hand.
A perpetual desktop calendar in chrome and Bakelite, with a characterful, robot-like face. Second-hand.
A pair of hand carved, wooden bookends from the 1930s or 1940s. Second-hand.
A charming desktop thermometer, from the 1950s or 1960s and styled like a ringed planet. Second-hand.
A 1930s, rare, green Bakelite perpetual calendar by Charles Letts & Co. Second-hand.
A 1970s desktop perpetual calendar in bright orange by German manufacturer Arlac. Second-hand.
A numeric, flip-over, desktop perpetual calendar in bright orange plastic. Second-hand.
An old brass desktop perpetual calendar in the Art Nouveau Style. Second-hand.