Charles Spencer, Diana, Prince Charles taken at Charles Spencer's 21st party at Mirrabelle restaurant in London, 20 May 1985

Charles Spencer, Diana, Prince Charles taken at Charles Spencer's 21st party at Mirrabelle restaurant in London, 20 May 1985

Charles Spencer, 9th Earl Spencer (Brother of Princess Diana) and Victoria Lockwood wedding on 16 September 1989

Charles Spencer, 9th Earl Spencer (Brother of Princess Diana) and Victoria Lockwood wedding on 16 September 1989

Diana’s funeral. Prince Phillip,Prince William,Earl Charles Spencer (Diana’s brother),Prince Charles and Prince Harry.

Diana’s funeral. Prince Phillip,Prince William,Earl Charles Spencer (Diana’s brother),Prince Charles and Prince Harry.

Auction of 20th Century British Pottery, collectors items, household items, antique and quality furniture – Lot 266 – A mixed collection of items to include framed cigarette card collection together with illustrated London News of the Coronation 1953 and boxed copy of Earl Spencer's tribute to the Princess of Wales, signed and dated Charles Spencer.

Auction of 20th Century British Pottery, collectors items, household items, antique and quality furniture – Lot 266 – A mixed collection of items to include framed cigarette card collection together with illustrated London News of the Coronation 1953 and boxed copy of Earl Spencer's tribute to the Princess of Wales, signed and dated Charles Spencer.

For always keeping in mind that laughter is the strongest way to overcome some of the worst pains in life.  Charlie Chaplin

For always keeping in mind that laughter is the strongest way to overcome some of the worst pains in life. Charlie Chaplin

Sir Joshua Reynolds - Lady Charles Spencer. 1766. Oil on canvas. 79 x 63 cm. Trustees of the Goodwood Collection, Goodwood House, Sussex,...

Sir Joshua Reynolds - Lady Charles Spencer. 1766. Oil on canvas. 79 x 63 cm. Trustees of the Goodwood Collection, Goodwood House, Sussex,...

These superb silver-gilt tea caddies are our  Made ca. 1732 by the renowned Huguenot silversmith Paul de Lamerie, they belonged to Charles Spencer (1706-1758), later 3rd Duke of Marlborough. The lid of one caddy is engraved with the letter 'B' for black tea, while the other bears the letter 'G' for green tea. The central caddy, which was used for mixing the teas, is engraved with male and female profiles, possibly a reference to Charles Spencer's marriage to Elizabeth Trevor

These superb silver-gilt tea caddies are our Made ca. 1732 by the renowned Huguenot silversmith Paul de Lamerie, they belonged to Charles Spencer (1706-1758), later 3rd Duke of Marlborough. The lid of one caddy is engraved with the letter 'B' for black tea, while the other bears the letter 'G' for green tea. The central caddy, which was used for mixing the teas, is engraved with male and female profiles, possibly a reference to Charles Spencer's marriage to Elizabeth Trevor

princess of wales - Princess Diana Photo )Their mother Mrs Francis Shand Kydd and Charles Spencer   f

princess of wales - Princess Diana Photo )Their mother Mrs Francis Shand Kydd and Charles Spencer f

Dave's Homemade Radio Visitors Page - Charles Spencer's Crystal Sets

Dave's Homemade Radio Visitors Page - Charles Spencer's Crystal Sets

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