Fine Art, 20th Century and Decorative Arts Sale

 

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  • Day of sale from 9am

 

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Lot No: Description 2 Image

1

Twelve boxed Matchbox Models of Yesteryear, comprising 1928 Mercedes, 1913 Cadillac, 1909 Opal Coupe, 1909 Thomas Flyabout, 1904 Spyker Tourer, Roll Royce Silver Ghost, 1910 Benz Limosine, 1911 Renault, 1926 type 35 Bugatti, 1929 4.5ltre Bentley, 1911 Daimler, 1911 Maxwell Roadster.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £32

2

Four boxed Corgi Toys racing cars, being a Cooper Maseratti F1 no.159, two Lotus Climax F1 no.158, BRM Formula 1 Grand Prix racing car no.152s.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £80

3

Three boxed Corgi vans being a Volkswagen Toblerone van no.441, Ford Thames Airborne Caravan no.420 and Smiths Mr Softy ice cream van no.428.

Est £150-180
Hammer: £170

4

Three boxed Corgi cars comprising Plymouth Sports Suburban station wagon no.219, Mercedes Benz 600 Pullman no.247, Ford Zephyr estate car no.424 with spare box. Together with an unboxed Austin A60 and a Corgi Model Club badge.

Est £50-80
Hammer: £135

5

Two boxed Corgi police cars comprising of a Ford Zephyr motorway patrol Oldsmobile Sheriff car no.237 and a Superior Ambulance on Cadillac chassis no.437.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £70

6

Four boxed Corgi cars comprising of an Aston Martin DB4 no.218, an E-type Jaguar competition model no.312, an E-type Jaguar with detachable hard top no.307 and a Chevrolet Corvette Stingray no.310, a/f hard top missing on E-type.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £80

7

Four boxed Corgi vehicles comprising a Morris Mini Minnow no.228, a Rover 2000 no.252, a Hillman Imp no.251 and a Bentley Continental Sports Saloon no.225. Together with an unboxed BMC Mini Cooper.

Est £50-80
Hammer: £125

8

Six boxed Corgi vehicles comprising of a Ghia 3600 no.240, a Studebaker Golden Hawk no.211S, a Ghia L64 no.241, an NSU Sport Prinz no.316, a Chrysler Imperial no.246 and a Fiat 2100 no.232.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £140

9

Two boxed Corgi vehicles, being a Volkswagen 1200 East African Safari Trim no.256 and a Ford Consul Cortina Super estate car no.440, trolley missing.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £170

10

A boxed Corgi gun firing Thrush Buster, The Man from Uncle, model no.497.

Est £150-180
Hammer: £130

11

A boxed Corgi Batmobile, with Batman and Robin, no.267, a/f lapel badge missing.

Est £140-160
Hammer: £95

12

Two boxed Corgi vehicles being Ford tilt cab H Series with detachable trailer no.1137 and a Chipperfield Circus crane truck no.1121.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £100

13

Six boxed Dinky vehicles comprising a Mercedes Benz 220SE no.186, Alpha Romeo 900 Super Sprint no.185, Opel Capitan no.177, Holden Special Sedan no.196, Ford Fairlane no.148 and Cadillac 62 no.147.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £170

14

A collection of seven boxed Dinky vehicles comprising of a police patrol car no.256, four berth caravan no.188, Jaguar 3.4 saloon no.195, Triumph Spitfire no.114, MGB sports car no.113, Rolls Royce Phantom 5 no.198 and a Bentley coupe no.194.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £170

15

Eight boxed Dinky vehicles comprising of a Ford Consul Corsair no.130, a Morris 1100 no.140, a Ford Anglia no.155, a Vauxhall Viva no.136, an Austin A105 saloon no.176, a Vauxhall Victor estate car no.141, a Ford Capri no.143 and a Porsche 356A coupe no.182.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £170

16

Three boxed Dinky racing cars comprising of a Ferrarri F1 no.1422, a Matra F1 no.1417 and a Surtees TS5 no.1433. Together with a boxed Corgi Mini Miglia Dave Edgecombe.

Est £40-50
Hammer: £85

17

A collection of Corgi Classics, comprising of four boxed 1927 Bentleys no.9001, a 1927 3ltr Bentley with Bertie Wooster & Jeeves and a 1912 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost.

Est £30-40
Hammer: £70

18

A collection of Triang Spot-On vehicles comprising of a Ford Zephyr 6, an Austin Taxi FX4 and a Ford Zodiac. Together with a Lone Star Roadmaster and a Matchbox series Haveringham tipper.

Est £100-120
Hammer: £170

19

An early 20c wooden scratch built model of a launch with a clockwork engine, a/f in need of restoration, engine working, 33"l.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £80

20

An early 20c painted wooden model of Noahs Ark with painted carved wooden figures and animals, the ark 23"l, 13.25"h.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £140

21

A quantity of boxed Pelham puppets, Bengo, Poodle and a twin pack being Dutch boy and girl, together with the Pelham Puppet theatre.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £60

22

A book - Love Lyrics from five centuries selected by George G Harrap with an introduction by John Drinkwater and pictures by Baron Arild Rosenkrantz and published by George G Harrap & Co Ltd, London, being no.92/125 copies, signed by George G Harrap and Arild Rosenkrantz, with sleeve.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £120

23

A book - A Book of Poems by Annie Mabel Richards AD1910, handwritten and illuminated, some with accompanying watercolour inserts and contributions from other poets, namely Percy Bysshe Shelley, extends to 79 named pages and on the final page ' This book was done by John Franklin Shipley 1910/1912', vellum covered and hand stitched.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £210

25

A book - A History of Antient Ceremonies containing an account of their rise and growth, their first entrance into the church and their gradual advancement to superstition therein, printed in the year 1669, leather bound, a/f old repairs and some ink entries.

Est £50-70
Hammer: £40

27

A book - Tesoro De Las Tres Lengvas Espanola, Francesa, Y Italiana Thresor Des Trois Langues, published in Cologne 1637, leather bound, a/f damage to back board and general wear.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £30

28

Two photograph albums containing late 19/early 20c scenes in India, one based around Kamptee, mostly military associated subjects, the other album with larger single plates detailing both architectural and landscapes in and around Bombay and Poonah and the inhabitants of central India. One album linen bound and the other leather bound.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £800

30

Seven books - Harry Potter American first editions unread, being Order of the Phoenix, Half Blood Prince, Prisoner of Azkaban, Deathly Hallows, Sorcerers Stone, Chamber of Secrets and Goblet of Fire.

Est £400-500
Hammer: £110

32

A book - The Essays or Counsels, Civil & Moral of Sir Francis Bacon, Lord Verulam, Printed by J Redmayne for Thomas Palmer, 1663, leather bound.

Est £50-80
Hammer: £85

33

An early 19c muff/pocket percussion pistol, with screw off barrel, walnut stock, side plate engraved 'Geo. Gibbs, Bristol', 3"barrel, 8"l overall.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £180

34

A Victorian officers sword with a wire whipped handle, pierced crowned VR guard and steel scabbard, manufactured by Hawkes & Co, Piccadilly, London, the fuller blade 32.75"l.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £190

35

A naval officers sword and scabbard, the fullered sword blade with engraving and having a wired fishskin handle, with cast crown and anchor guard and lion mask pommel, manufactured by Gieves Ltd, Portsmouth, with a leather brass mounted scabbard, 31" blade, 36.5" long overall.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £210

36

A George V naval officers short sword, the blade engraved with cypher, having a fish skin wire whipped handle, cruciform guard with crown and anchor and with lion mask pommel, with leather brass mounted scabbard, manufactured by Gieve Matthews & Seagrove Ltd, London & Portsmouth, the blade 18", 24" long overall.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £180

37

An early 20c South Sea Island carved wood club, 36"l.

Est £400-500
Hammer: £1120

38

A late 19c bamboo walking cane with a Chinese embossed and chased silver knop handle, 36"l.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £50

39

An 1871 Enfield percussion rifle with walnut stock and ram rod, 29.5" barrel, 48.5" long overall.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £380

40

A collection of WWII prisoner of war travelling table games, including the Pandora Box package manufacturered by A W Ford & Co Ltd, Bristol, with a small bag of cardboard circular chess pieces, a book of rules of the game of chess, a travellers pocket chess board (or draughts) together with two cardboard solitaire and chequers boards, in muslin folder with a purse containing the playing pieces.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £150

41

A set of Ajax chess men patent no.16847/41, a wartime substitute for men in the services, manufactured by Adam Brothers & Shardlow Ltd, 5 Fitzroy Square, London W1 and contained within a cardboard tube, 6.5"l.

Est £400-500
Hammer: £300

42

A USA WWII proclamation poster, Armee Des Etats Unis 1942, issued by Dwight D Eisenhower, 30" x 20".

Est £100-140
Hammer: £90

43

A Leopard skin rug backed and in the style of Van Ingen, top of nose to tail joint 47", 78"l overall

Est £300-400
Hammer: £400

44

An Edwardian cased taxidermy display including a barn owl, coot, cock pheasant, woodcock, yellow faced parrotlet, jay, swift, starling, dove, lapwing and a red squirrel in a naturalistic display, 25" x 32".

Est £300-400
Hammer: £200

45

A Victorian stuffed and cased barn owl in a naturalistic setting, perched on a branch, under a glass dome, 25"h.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £170

48

A late 19c French carriage clock in gilt rococo case covered in scrolling leaf decoration and with four bevelled glasses. The cream dial has a gilt filigree edge mask and fancy gilt hands. The printed dial has Roman numerals. The two train movement is striking and repeating on a gong and has a platform lever escapement, 7"h handle raised

Est £180-220
Hammer: £700

49

A mid 19c English single fusee skeleton clock with scroll frame and six knopped pillars. The wheels have five spokes and the fusee is chain driven. The silvered chapter ring has Roman numerals and moon hands and the movement stands on an oval black wooden base and has an oval glass dome over which stands 12.5"h

Est £250-300
Hammer: £550

50

A mid 18c double fusee bracket clock the 8" arched brass dial signed Henry Rogerson, London in a boss in the arch. The dial has scroll spandrels to the dial corners and a silvered chapter ring and dial centre which has scrolled engraving. The chapter ring has Roman numerals and outer Arabic five minute figures and hands are serpentine. The double fusee movement has five pillars, anchor escapement and strikes on the hour with repeat cord. The backplate and pendulum bob have edge engraving and the movement also bears the name T McCael, London on the backplate. It is contained in an ebonised arched top case with brass side frets, ball feet and carrying handle and it stands 19"h

Est £800-1,000
Hammer: £720

53

A mid 19c double fusee bracket clock, the 8"diam white painted convex iron dial signed John Park, Inverury and having Roman numerals and moon hands. The double fusee movement has shoulder plates and knopped pillars and a cut out to the base. It has anchor escapement and is rack striking on a bell. It is contained in an unusual satin walnut case with a Chinese type pagoda top and plain columns flanking the dial. It has a stepped base with inset panels and bun feet. The sides have wooden ring handles and 2"diam convex glass portholes, the clock stands 24"h.

Est £1,200-1,500
Hammer: £800

54

A late 19c English fusee dial clock with 12" diam flat iron dial, Roman numerals, spade hands and spun brass bezel. The single fusee movement has rectangular plates, anchor escapement and chain drive. It is contained in a plain mahogany case, the back box having bottom and side access doors. The clock 15" diam overall.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £140

55

A late 19c French carriage clock in an engraved corniche style glazed gilded brass case. The rectangular white enamel dial has Roman numerals and moon hands and bears and indistinct retailers name from Winchester. The single train movement has a replaced lever platform escapement and the clock stands 6" tall (handle raised).

Est £140-180
Hammer: £210

56

A silver plated carriage clock timepiece by Mappin & Webb Ltd commemorating the wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer, 20th July 1981. The case has fluted columns to the corner and rows of dentil moulding above and below the dial and a Greek key handle. The dial has a silvered filigree mask and a circular white enamel dial with Roman numerals. The side glasses are engraved with the Prince of Wales feathers and Spencer Griffin and Crown and the rear door has the text commemorating the wedding. The single train barrelled spring movement has a lever platform escapement, contained in its original presentation box, clock 6"h handle raised

Est £100-150
Hammer: £140

57

An early 20c chinoiserie mantel clock retailed by Aspreys. The single train French movement has a lever platform escapement but has been partly disassembled although all the components appear to be there. The timber case has gilt chinoiserie panels to the front faces and top and the 3.5" white enamel dial has Arabic numerals, 7"h overall

Est £50-80
Hammer: £50

58

An early 20c chinoiserie mantel clock in rectangular black lacquer case with gadrooned top, and base with bracket feet. The front, sides and top are decorated with chinoiserie lacquered panels and and the 4.5" silvered dial has Roman numerals. The single train barrelled spring movement has a lever platform escapement and the clock stands 8.5"h

Est £80-100
Hammer: £80

59

A 1930's Art Deco desk clock with Swiss movement by Le Coultre mounted into a mauve lacquered rectangular metal block with applied silvered pierced chapter ring with Arabic fifteen minute numerals and silver dial centre. This is mounted on a horizontal mauve lacquered base with silvered feet below the clock body. The single train watch type movement has a lever escapement and the clock stands 5"h

Est £90-120
Hammer: £115

60

A 1930's Art Deco bedside clock with French DEP movement set into a yellow variegated marble case of Art Deco geometric form. The rectangular gilt dial has tumbling Arabic numerals and plain black hands. The thirty hour movement has an alarm facility with concentric alarm set hand and balance wheel escapement, 4"h overall

Est £50-70
Hammer: £70

61

A mid to late 20c Jaeger Le Coultre 'Atmos' clock in glazed rectangular chrome finished case. The movement is mostly chrome finished and the chapter ring has a cut-out centre and a shaded paint effect with chrome bezel and applied quarter hour Arabic numerals. The clock is complete in its original packaging, 9"h overall

Est £300-350
Hammer: £680

62

An early 20c German bracket clock with ting tang movement on two gongs, by Winterhalder and Hoffmeir and retailed by Robert James of Liverpool. It is contained in an arch top mahogany case with reeded fluted columns flanking the dial and a stepped base with bun feet. The round top dial is silvered and has an applied chapter ring with Roman numerals and two applied dials in the arch for chime/silent and pendulum regulation. The movement is barrelled spring with anchor escapement and the clock stands 14"h

Est £200-250
Hammer: £100

64

A mid 18c 30 hour longcase, the 10" square brass dial signed John Chalklen, Canterbury and having female head spandrels, a matted centre and chapter ring with Roman numerals and outer five minute Arabic numerals. The movement is of birdcage construction with countwheel strike and anchor escapement and chain drive. It is contained in a plain oak case with flat topped hood and plain columns attached to the hood door. The trunk door is long and plain and the base is also plain but has lost its plinth. The clock stands 79" tall overall.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £280

65

A mid 19c mahogany broken pediment wheel barometer with the following indications top to bottom; hygrometer, alcohol Fahrenheit thermometer, mirror, 8" diam barometer dial and spirit level. All the scales are silvered and the case has a boxwood edge line inlay. The barometer is unsigned and is 37" tall overall.

Est £100-120
Hammer: £90

66

A mid 19c 6" wheel barometer by Roncbelli of Exeter with scroll pediment and squared frame in plain mahogany having the following indications top to bottom: hygrometer, mercury Fahrenheit thermometer, 6" barometer dial and spirit level. The dials are all silvered and the scroll pediments have bone pateras and a central brass finial, 37" tall overall.

Est £80-100
Hammer: £160

68

A Maley's terrestrial globe including all of the recent geographical discoveries, manufactured and published under the superintendance of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, manufactured by Malby & Co, Newcastle Street, Strand, January 1st 1848. The globe having a brass engraved meridian circle and paper horizon on a mahogany frame having three fluted and turned legs with cross stretcher, 18.5"h.

Est £2,500-3,000
Hammer: £1800

69

A 19c pocket barometer and altimeter compensated and with temperature gauge, having silvered dial named Salem & Co, London and Edinburgh, set within a brass case and having a leather carry case, instrument 2.5"diam.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £130

70

A Newtons New Terrestrial pocket globe, 1818, printed inscription 'Newtons Terrestrial Globe' in fish skin case, with each hemishere applied with twelve gores depicting the phases of the moon and the position of the earth relative to the sun at winter, spring, summer and autumn, 2.25"diam overall.

Est £1,500-2,000
Hammer: £2200

71

A 19c brass fender rail, cast with swag and urn and cone finials, together with a pair of dogs, fender rail 50"w.

Est £80-100
Hammer: £65

72

An late Georgian brass and steel footman, with a pierced rectangular upper plate on a steel frame with cabriole legs and bold pad feet, 14"w.

Est £90-120
Hammer: £55

73

A late Georgian steel and brass mounted footman, with a rectangular upper plate on a steel frame with brass roundel decoration and supported on slight cabriole legs with pad feet, 15"w.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £50

74

A pair of architectural white alloy plaques depicting a lion rampant holding a spoked wheel, on a crown base with thistle, oak leaf and rose, each 18" x 18".

Est £150-200
Hammer: £300

76

A Victorian large coppered tea kettle on stand, the kettle of compressed globular form with turned ebonised handle, swan neck spout, on a two handled stand with burner rack and supported on three legs, 12"w, 14.5"h, overall.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £70

77

An early 20c enamel advertising sign Bevrock Table Waters, double sided, Patent Enamel Co Ltd London, 18"w, 14"h

Est £90-120
Hammer: £450

78

A 19c bronze crying baby after Franz Xaver Messcrschmidt, with foundry mark R Bellair & Co, Berlin, 7"h.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £130

79

A 19c Oriental bronze senser with twig handles and leaf and twig mounts and having a domed fruit formed cover, 10"h.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £160

80

A 19c patinated bronze figure group of a merchant seated on a coil of rope attached to an anchor next to a quayside bollard, 14"h.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £210

82

A Greek orthodox icon of circular domed form, painted an apostle and on the opposing, a warrior on horseback slaying a dragon, in a cut and stamped circular gilt metal frame, and supported on a wooden circular stepped base, the icon 12"diam.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £100

83

A Han Jade Kung Pei carved and stained disc, on a wooden stand,10.5"diam.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £100

84

A late 19c/early 20c carved stone figure of a Pharaoh, 11.5"h.

Est £90-120
Hammer: £30

85

A pair of Grand Pix Campan marble balls on stands, each 3"diam.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £35

89

An early 18c carved and painted angel face wall bracket, a/f some paint loss, 8.5"h, 14"w.

Est £250-300
Hammer: £320

90

A 17/18c wooden casket painted with medieval subjects including a lid depicting a jousting contest, the front panel with a knight on horseback in combat with a large reptile and in arched panels two religious subjects, to the sides fleur de lys and shield coat of arms, a/f some paint loss, 17.5"w.

Est £500-600
Hammer: £480

91

An Art Deco shop display bust modelled as a female on a painted black block base, 28"h

Est £100-150
Hammer: £170

92

An Anvia standard lamp with painted orange circular base supporting a chromium rod column and with one adjustable height light, 60"h.

Est £150-180
Hammer: £140

94

A collection of two David Marshall candlesticks and one ovoid deep bowl , all of irregular outline, composed of aluminium and gilt metal, with stamped marks, the candlesticks 6.5"h and 9.5"h, the bowl 10"w.

Est £100-140
Hammer: £120

96

A Liberty Heritage two handled tulip vase, being a limited edition 89/250, .5"h.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £250

97

An Art Nouveau gilt bronze bust of a young girl wearing a tiara, after Francios- Raoul Larche, signed R Larche and numbered L844, with foundry mark to base Siot-Decauville, Paris, plinth a/f, 4.25"w, 6.25"h overall.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £130

98

An Austrian Berndorf Art Nouveau repouse bronze stand in Oriental style, decorated with two chimpanzees and accompanied by Oriental script, signed Berndorf on reserve, 10"diam.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £40

99

A patinated bronze figure group of two competing cherubs standing on oval base with heart and bow and arrows, 11"h.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £200

100

A Mouseman oak cheeseboard of elongated octagonal form with chamfered edge and with carved mouse to one corner edge, 12" x 10".

Est £100-140
Hammer: £100

101

A pair of 19c Chinese carved wood figures of recumbent buffalo's, each with a figure seated on its back, on carved wood stands, each 9"w.

Est £100-120
Hammer: £80

103

A Meiji period carved root ruji, 30.5"l.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £300

104

A Victorian sycamore biscuit mould with six various patterns and shapes, 15.25"l.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £35

107

A George V special constable truncheon, with crowned GR and crest 1914/1919, 15"l.

Est £50-80
Hammer: £90

108

A Victorian truncheon painted with crowned VR over a St George shield and numbered 419, a/f, 17"l.

Est £50-80
Hammer: £60

109

An early 19c malachite glass box with hinged cover, having gilt metal borders and fastening clip, the box of lobed cut ovoid form, 5"w.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £150

110

A mid 19c marble table top letter box, the arch formed hinged cover over fitted compartments and a rectangular base, all with ormolu jewelled mounts and side carrying handles, 8.25"w.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £310

111

A Victorian bois durci black two bottle inkstand with pen rack, the clear glass ink bottles with hinged moulded domed covers, a/f damage to one corner, 12"w.

Est £90-120
Hammer: £50

112

An early 19c Oriental black lacquered and chinoiserie decorated two compartment tea box of lobed octagonal form and supported on four mask feet, with pewter lidded tea tins, a/f, 11"w.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £65

113

A 19c Indian Colonial tortoiseshell and white bone jewel box, the hinged cover decorated with a fine cut filigree panel with a central dancing lady motif, the lid rising to reveal a well fitted lift out interior on box of similar design and supported on four paw carved corner feet, 11"w.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £360

114

A Victorian mahogany needlework box, the front and hinged cover decorated with mother of pearl and marquetry with a central floral urn and having original fitted interior with mother of pearl handled tools and silk spools, 12"w.

Est £250-300
Hammer: £360

115

A 19c rosewood lace box of rectangular form, the hinged cover decorated with satinwood and ebony bands of chequer line inlay, having silver corner mounts, the lid rising to reveal one open compartment over one long base drawer, with side carrying handles, 14"w.

Est £250-300
Hammer: £220

116

A 19c walnut table top box of rectangular form with a hinged cover, the lid and sides decorated with tortoiseshell and white bone roundels and architectural panels and supported on four stepped corner feet, 17"w.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £750

117

A 19c coromandel table top stationery box, the satinwood fitted interior with perpetual date calendar, four stationery compartments, pen and ink shelf flanked by two ink bottles, enclosed by two doors and with a rising cover, 11"w, 12"h.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £320

118

A Victorian walnut and ebonised banded table top box, the hinged stepped cover over a velvet lined interior, over one long base drawer enclosed by two doors, all panelled and supported on a moulded plinth, 15"w, 9.5"h.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £190

119

An early 19c rosewood ladies compendium table top cabinet containing a fitted needlework with mother of pearl spools and other accessories, over one long drawer, a fitted jewellery drawer over a pull out writing slope with pen and ink compartments, all with mother of pearl roundel and line decoration and mother of pearl centred turned handles. The caddy top lid with internal mirrored letter compartment, ring turned side carrying handles, gadrooned base edge and supported on ring turned bun feet, 13"w, 13"h.

Est £400-500
Hammer: £480

120

A 19c French four window jewel box with stamped and cast brass gilt frame with silk buttoned base and supported on four corner legs, 6.5"w.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £120

121

A Victorian circular box and cover, black lacquered, the cover with a portrait of a lady in a wide brim hat, 3.25"diam.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £38

122

A late Victorian card case with tortoiseshell panelling under cut white bone filigree and with lift off cover, 2.5" x 3.5".

Est £50-80
Hammer: £70

123

An Edwardian tortoiseshell cased cigar box with hinged cover, 3" x 5.25".

Est £70-100
Hammer: £40

125

A 19c snuff mull with silver plated mount and hinged cover, together with one horn beaker with Asprey of London stamped Victorian silver rim.

Est £50-80
Hammer: £100

126

A pair of Edwardian giltwood picture frames of rectangular moulded form with a border of flowers and leaf, in glazed cases, each frame 9.5" x 7.5" overall.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £190

127

A 19c Indian ivory box and cover, the box carved in high relief with boats, bullock carts, figures at play and work, under a band of blossoming trees and supported on a shaped wooden base, the wooden lid with carved elephant finial, 5"w, 6"h.

Est £90-120
Hammer: £180

128

A pair of Edwardian ivory tusks carved in relief, with trailing leaf and an entwined serpent, both 18"l.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £130

130

An Edwardian ivory chairman's gavel, the handle carved as a bust of Shakespeare, 8.5"h.

Est £120-160
Hammer: £90

131

An Edwardian Indian carved trail of three elephants, 6"l.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £85

132

An Edwardian Indian carved ivory depicting a tiger attacking a goat, 6"l.

Est £90-120
Hammer: £90

133

An early 20c tusk carving of three ogres trailing a captured basket of provisions and returning to a cave, 9.75"l.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £300

134

A late 19c Oriental ivory snuff bottle carved in high relief with a village scene of buildings and people, 2.5"h.

Est £100-120
Hammer: £190

136

An early 20c carved ivory netsuke in the form of a skull, 1.5"w.

Est £90-120
Hammer: £70

137

An early 19c stained ivory netsuke carved as a marrow with leaf, flowers and a snail, 2"w.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £190

139

A Christofle Art Deco period silver plated letter opener/paper knife, with circular handle cast in high relief with a two masted sailing vessel and on the opposing side three minarets, 8.75"l.

Est £80-100
Hammer: £80

140

A pair of Edwardian gilt metal lorgnette, in a retailers leather case for A& J Smith, St Nicholas Street, Aberdeen.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £20

141

A late 19c ruby glass and gilt metal scent bottle, the ruby glass facet cut within a pierced and cut variegated frame with opposing jewelled motifs, having a hinged domed cover with stopper, 4.25"h.

Est £100-140
Hammer: £210

143

Unsigned 19c oval portrait miniature of a lady on ivory, framed and glazed, 2.75" x 2.25"

Est £70-100
Hammer: £65

144

Unsigned, after Sir Thomas Lawrence, framed oval portrait miniature of Mrs Cunliffe-Offley on ivory, framed and glazed, 3" x 2.5"

Est £100-140
Hammer: £100

145

Unsigned 19c oval portrait pencil on card miniature of a lady, Suzanna Gordon, to whom Lord Nelson gave a pocket book on the eve of his departure to the Battle of Trafalgar. This pocket book is now in the possession of her descendants, framed and glazed, 4.5" x 3.75"

Est £70-100
Hammer: £50

146

Unsigned 19c oval portrait miniature of a lady, Madame St Clair, after the original by Cosway, framed and glazed, 3" x 2.5"

Est £100-140
Hammer: £130

147

Unsigned early 19c portrait miniature of Napoleon, framed and glazed, attached to the rear is the remains of a letter , 4.25" x 3.5"

Est £200-300
Hammer: £260

151

Unsigned early 19c oval portrait miniature of a gentleman, framed and glazed, 3" x 2.5"

Est £70-100
Hammer: £80

153

Portrait miniature of Isabella Marston c.1850 watercolour on board, framed and glazed, 5" x 3.75"

Est £170-200
Hammer: £240

154

Unsigned early 19c oval portrait miniature of a lady, on ivory, framed and glazed, 3.25" x 2.75".

Est £100-150
Hammer: £620

155

Early 19c framed oval portrait miniature of a young Officer, with a plaited hair memoriam panel to rear, on ivory, 2.5" x 1.75"

Est £120-160
Hammer: £420

156

Unsigned 19c series of three oval portrait miniatures on porcelain panel of a lady at differing ages. On the rear of the frame accompanying each panel is a hand written poem under the title 'She wore a wreath of roses' by Clara Stanley, each oval panel approx 5" x 4"

Est £300-350
Hammer: £300

157

Michael Bartlett - miniature watercolour on ivorine of a Naval Lieutenant c.1805, signed in mono, framed and glazed, 4.75" x 3.75"

Est £200-250
Hammer: £400

158

Michael Bartlett - framed oval miniature watercolour on ivorine of British Officer,1st Skinner's Horse c.1905, signed in mono, framed, 3.25" x 4.75"

Est £150-200
Hammer: £190

162

Michael Bartlett - framed oval miniature watercolour, Havildar, 21st Native Infantry, signed in mono, on ivorine, framed, 4" x 2.75"

Est £150-200
Hammer: £140

164

Pam Mullings - five miniature ornithological paintings gouache on paper, Gold Finches, Green Woodpecker, Bluetits, Woodpecker, and Flight of Kingfisher over reeds, signed, framed, approx 3" x 2.5"

Est £250-300
Hammer: £380

165

Joyce Rogerson - oval miniature painting of Red Poles in May, signed, gouache on paper, framed, 2.75" x 3.5"

Est £50-80
Hammer: £100

169

Alison Griffin - framed miniature painting, cream tea acrylic on board, signed, framed, 3.75" x 2.25"

Est £100-140
Hammer: £170

173

A late 19c gent pocket watch by E Kaiser, 42 St Mary Street, Cardiff. The fullplate keyless lever movement has a bi-metallic balance and is fully jewelled, with engraved balance cock. The white enamel dial has Roman numerals and centre seconds and is contained in an 18ct gold case, hallmarked for 1887, the rear of case is monogrammed and is 2"diam overall

Est £1,500-2,000
Hammer: £1200

174

A late 18c pair cased verge pocket watch by Jos Bowles of Wimbourne, the movement having gun barrel pillars, a flat balance and finely pierced and chased balance cock. The convex white enamel dial has Roman numerals and silvered hands and is contained in a silver pair case, 1782, 2"diam overall

Est £200-250
Hammer: £190

176

A 1960's Swiss Omega gents wristwatch with 9ct gold case and expanding strap. The silvered dial has gilt hands and numeral batons, centre seconds and date apartment, 1.5"diam overall

Est £200-250
Hammer: £240

179

An 1847 Victorian Gothic crown.

Est £1,000-1,200
Hammer: £1100

180

A 1997 United Kingdom gold proof 2 coin with certificate of authenticity no.1457.

Est £400-600
Hammer: £580

181

A three strand cultured pearl necklace with a white gold diamond set clasp, the necklace 14"l.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £160

182

A mid 19c Italian lava bracelet together with a matching brooch and earrings, the bracelet comprises seven cameos depicting female faces on a base metal, in original box.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £180

187

A pair of gold diamond sapphire and pearl set earrings.

Est £250-300
Hammer: £250

188

An Art Nouveau gold pendant and chain, the pendant set with a central opal with pearl drop.

Est £150-180
Hammer: £700

193

An 18ct gold diamond solitaire ring, in a split setting, the diamond approximately 1ct.

Est £500-800
Hammer: £680

196

A white gold diamond solitaire ring, princess cut, 0.56ct, colour grade E.

Est £500-800
Hammer: £500

197

A platinum diamond solitaire ring, round brilliant cut, colour grade G, Clarity VS1, 1ct, with accompanying GIA certificate.

Est £2,000-2,500
Hammer: £2750

199

A cameo brooch being a portrait of a classical lady in a gold rope twist frame, 1.5" x 2"

Est £90-120
Hammer: £90

200

An Edwardian 9ct gold crescent brooch set with ruby and seed pearl

Est £140-170
Hammer: £180

201

An Edwardian boxed set of six mother o'pearl turquoise and blue enamel costume studs , in box

Est £40-60
Hammer: £30

202

An 18ct tri-colour gold bracelet, 0.750 mark, 44.4g, 7.25"l

Est £800-1,000
Hammer: £880

203

An 18ct gold bracelet of mesh bead and lozenge design, 80.4g, 8"l.

Est £1,400-1,600
Hammer: £1520

205

An early 20c gold diamond and emerald set ring, having three emeralds spaced by two diamonds.

Est £900-1,200
Hammer: £1000

206

An 18ct gold swirl brooch of ribbon form.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £200

208

A 9ct gold aquamarine set bracelet

Est £350-400
Hammer: £390

216

A David Andersen cruet set comprising two peppers with clear glass bases, screw on pierced covers, together with a pair of sugar tongs, the cruets 1.25"h, the tongs 4.5"l, boxed.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £55

217

A pair of David Andersen silver dishes of circular form, with blue enamel centres decorated with Viking longships, the dishes 4 5/8" diam, boxed.

Est £150-180
Hammer: £140

219

A set of six David Andersen silver gilt and enamel cabaret herring forks, boxed.

Est £80-100
Hammer: £80

220

A David Andersen silver gilt and enamel cruet set comprising two mushroom shaped pepper pots, one blue and one white, together with two small salt dishes decorated with white enamel, the peppers 2 1/8"h, the dishes 2.25"diam.

Est £90-120
Hammer: £120

221

A pair of David Andersen table longship table salts, each 3.25"l.

Est £50-80
Hammer: £70

222

A set of David Andersen silver gilt and enamel teaspoons, with red and blue handles, boxed, each 3.75"l.

Est £80-100
Hammer: £95

223

A George V menu card posy holder, makers mark for Saunders & Shepherd, London 1912, 3.75"h.

Est £50-80
Hammer: £50

224

A set of four Art Deco triangular napkin rings, engine turned, makers mark for F H Adams Holman, Birmingham 1937, 2"w.

Est £90-120
Hammer: £150

225

A Prost French silver presentation beaker with vertical geometric decoration, being a presentation 1938/41 for the German Sixth Observation Division, 3"h.

Est £50-80
Hammer: £40

226

A silver cased root sculpture, makers mark CU, Britannia silver, London 1995, 5.75"h.

Est £90-120
Hammer: £55

227

A set of six George III Hanovarian three prong table forks, London 1759, makers mark not recorded, 13oz.

Est £140-160
Hammer: £360

229

A set of twelve contemporary sterling silver handled pistol grip dinner knives, with steel blades.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £330

230

A pair of anointing spoons with gilt bowls, tapering handles with urn terminals, makers mark for George Jackson & David Fullerton, London 1910, in presentation case, each 7.75"l.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £75

231

A 20c Continental silver water jug and stand, the jug of baluster form with a wide flared rim, on a circular dished base, makers mark MY, .99std, 17oz.

Est £80-120
Hammer: £95

232

A George V rose bowl, half wrythen lobed and with gadrooned upper and base rims, on a circular stepped base, London 1910, 57oz, 11.75diam. Standing on an ebonised plinth with silver presentation plate to Col. Pocklington, 13.5" high overall.

Est £500-600
Hammer: £400

233

A 19c Russian Sazikov silver tankard with lift off domed cover with finial, the tankard engraved and with two opposing male and female relief busts, over a tear dropped lobed base, with a side handle and gilt interior, stamped Sazikov, assay mark Dimitry ilyeh tverskoy 1849, 4.75"h.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £400

234

A set of six Scottish place card holders with the Arms of Neville, three character makers mark rubbed, Edinburgh 1894, each 2"w.

Est £250-300
Hammer: £190

235

A late Georgian nutmeg grater of oval boxed form, steel grater enclosed by two lift off lids, makers mark for Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1800, 1 3/8"diam.

Est £120-150
Hammer: £240

236

A George IV table snuff box with parallel ribbed decoration, makers mark for Thomas Shaw, Birmingham 1826, 2.5"w.

Est £100-140
Hammer: £110

237

An Edwardian miniature playing card box of cube form, with hinged cover enclosing two packs of playing cards, the box embossed and chased with scrollwork, leaf and flowers, Chester 1901, 1.5"w, 2"h.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £75

238

A pair of late Victorian sugar tongs with shell bowls and scrolling frame, London 1880, 4.5"l.

Est £30-40
Hammer: £45

239

A 19c Continental silver trinket box and cover, decorated with applied shell and leaf surrounding an open shield, being of square serpentine form, 2"w.

Est £50-80
Hammer: £85

240

A late 19c German silver box and cover of rectangular form, the lid embossed in high relief with figures dancing, the sides embossed with scrollwork and flowers, .800std, 3.75"w.

Est £90-120
Hammer: £80

241

A 19c Continental box and cover of bombe rectangular form, the hinged lid decorated with a warrior on horseback wearing a turban in combat with a lion, the base a temple and with two figures, 3.25"w.

Est £90-120
Hammer: £115

242

A late Victorian box with hinged cover being of rectangular bombe form with borders of cartouche and scrolling leaf, the hinged cover bearing the heraldic crest of The Worshipful Company of Grocers - God Grant Grace, London 1895, 3.75"w.

Est £90-120
Hammer: £140

243

A late Georgian small chamberstick with lift out socle and chained extinguisher cone, decorated with gadroon cast borders, London 1820, 3.5"w.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £220

244

A Georgian style creamer with flared upper rim, scrolling handle and on three paw feet, Birmingham 1950, 3.25"h.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £30

245

An Irish table spoon, the handle feather edged, with mono, Dublin 1814, 8.5"l.

Est £40-50
Hammer: £45

246

Two 18c seal top spoons, one with marks rubbed, the other with makers mark Gabl. Sleath circa 1740/41, each 6.75"l.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £70

247

A pair of late 18c petal shaped dishes with later embossed and chased base decoration, both with a cow herder, one with a pack donkey and dog and the other in conversation with a lady, makers mark for Henry Chawner, London 1786/7, 5.25"diam.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £230

248

A late 19c/early 20c aide memoir folding and silk lined with pockets, writing tablet and pencil, marks rubbed, 3.5"w, 2.5"l

Est £60-80
Hammer: £60

249

A Victorian vinaigrette of ovoid form, the lid engraved with a town cross, the base and sides with scroll work, gilt lined and with hinged pierced grill, Birmingham 1855, 2"w

Est £100-140
Hammer: £280

250

A mid Victorian vinaigrette of rectangular form, engraved with leaf and scroll work, having gilt lined interior with a hinged grill, Birmingham 1869, 1.25"w

Est £80-100
Hammer: £115

251

A Victorian vinaigrette of rectangular form, profusely engraved with leaf and scroll work, and with tablet J Brown 2nd November 1864, with hinge pierced grill, Birmingham 1854, 1.25"w

Est £80-100
Hammer: £115

252

An 1940's engine turned powder box with internal mirror, Birmingham 1947, in original box, 2.5"sq

Est £50-70
Hammer: £40

253

Two 18c Old English table spoons, London 1767 and London 1772, with monograms.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £40

254

A 19c Russian cup of stepped form, engraved and with a vine and leaf entwined handle and supported on a circular stepped base, makers mark for Karl Jarvelawen, .84 mark, 2.25"h.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £100

255

A George I Britannia silver half pint mug, makers mark for Edmund Holoday, London 1716, 4.75"h.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £650

256

A pocket flask with lift off tot base and hinged screw top, both with engine turned decoration, London 1927.

Est £50-70
Hammer: £130

258

A late Victorian paper knife, the blade engraved H Greaves, New Bond Street, Birmingham, with embossed and chased handle with birds and insects, London 1893, 15" long overall.

Est £90-120
Hammer: £55

259

An Oriental silver bowl on stand, the bowl with a shaped upper rim and embossed and chased with cranes amongst blossom, base mark, 5.25"diam.

Est £120-150
Hammer: £370

261

A silver cream jug of squat baluster ribbed form, half lobed with embossed scrollwork and leaf, Sheffield 1900, 5.5"w.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £75

262

An early 20c sugar basket embossed and chased with a continuous band of leaf and flowers, with swing handle and supported on a circular stepped base, makers mark to base S Kirk & Son, 4.5"diam, 7.7oz.

Est £80-100
Hammer: £110

264

An Edwardian double standing photo frame, the frames co-joined by material backing, both with embossed stylistic floral designs, Birmingham 1904, each 9" x 6"h

Est £120-160
Hammer: £200

265

A George III salver of circular form, with a raised shell cast border and supported on three hoofed feet, London 1787, 16oz, 9.5"diam

Est £170-200
Hammer: £230

266

A pair of Victorian Old English sauce ladles, makers mark for William Eaton, London 1838, each 7"l.

Est £50-70
Hammer: £40

267

A matched set of twelve George III tablespoons circa 1790. 25oz, each 8"l.

Est £300-350
Hammer: £280

269

A set of six early Victorian Kings pattern table spoons, makers mark for George W Adams, London 1842, 16oz.

Est £180-200
Hammer: £170

270

A pair of mid Victorian Queens pattern fish servers with pierced and engraved blades, 9"l.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £45

271

A mid Victorian three piece christening set comprising knife, fork and spoon, Kings Husk pattern, London 1860.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £70

272

An early Victorian three piece christening set comprising knife, fork and spoon, matched dates, in box.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £50

273

A set of six George III 'Hanoverian' table spoons, makers mark for James Jones, 11oz, London 1767.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £300

274B

A set of five 19c fruit knives and forks of mixed dates, Sheffield 1824/32.\kerning0

Est £100
Hammer: £80

274C

Four pairs of Edwardian fish knives and forks, makers mark Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield 1906.\kerning0

Est £100
Hammer: £50

274D

A pair of George III tablespoons, makers mark Eliz. Oldfield, London 1752\kerning0

Est £60
Hammer: £100

274A

A set of six George II dessert spoons, London 1738\kerning0

Est £180
Hammer: £150

274

A set of six George III Old English pattern table spoons, London 1790, together with three later silver cased handled dinner knives.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £190

275

A George V three piece silver tea service, comprising of teapot, sucrier and cream jug, of angular form, Birmingham 1913, 39oz, the teapot 12"w.

Est £300-350
Hammer: £400

276

An Edwardian three piece tea service with gadroon cast borders, angular handles and comprising teapot, sucrier and cream jug, Sheffield 1901, 39oz.

Est £350-400
Hammer: £420

277

A late 19c Continental clear glass and silver claret jug with a serpent handle, wide pouring spout, hinged cover with urn finial, .800std, 12.5"h.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £200

278

An early 20c presentation salver of circular form with a raised border, engraved with numerous sponsors, sterling silver mark, 37oz, 14"diam.

Est £350-400
Hammer: £400

279

An early Victorian teapot of compressed globular form with a hinged domed cover and flower finial, makers mark for Edward John & William Barnard, London 1838, 12"w.

Est £250-300
Hammer: £330

280

An early Victorian coffee pot, the hinged domed cover with flower finial, makers mark for John Lias & Henry Lias, London 1838, 28oz, 9.25"h.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £320

281

A William IV two handled sucrier and a cream jug profusely decorated with leaf and flowers, makers mark for Charles Riley & George Storer, London, 1836, 28oz.

Est £300-350
Hammer: £350

282

An early 19c coffee pot of embossed and chased ovoid form with wooden handle, the hinged domed cover with acorn finial, makers mark for John Emes, London 1805, 26.8oz, 9.75"h.

Est £280-300
Hammer: £350

283

A mid Victorian teapot of baluster form with beaded rim, makers mark for Arthur Sibley, London, 1859, 17.5oz, 6.5"h.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £215

284

An Edwardian coffee pot of baluster form with gadroon rims, a tall domed hinged cover with flame finial, Chester 1908, 11"h.

Est £240-260
Hammer: £230

285

An Edwardian teapot and water jug, the teapot of compressed globular form with lobed panels and having a hinged domed cover, with a composite finial and scrolling handle, the water jug of baluster form, the teapot 11"w, the water jug 9"h.

Est £450-500
Hammer: £420

286

An Edwardian three piece tea service comprised of a teapot, sucrier and cream jug, all with shaped upper rims, supported on three paw feet, Sheffield 1905, 29.5oz.

Est £300-350
Hammer: £310

287

A George IV fruit basket of circular form with a dished centre surrounded by a band of fruiting vine, supported on a leaf embossed base, makers mark for Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard, London, 1821, 20.5oz, 10"diam.

Est £250-300
Hammer: £300

288

A circular presentation shallow dish, two handled, makers mark for Charles Boyton, London 1936, 9.8oz, 9"diam.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £90

289

A George V four piece tea and coffee service, the teapot of compressed oval form together with that of the coffee pot, both with shaped upper rims, together with a two handled sucrier and a cream jug of the same design, Birmingham 1918, 53.5oz, the teapot 10"w, the coffee pot 8"h.

Est £500-600
Hammer: £570

290

A bonbon dish of circular wrythen moulded form with a pierced outer rim on a circular base, Sheffield 1906, 7oz, 6.75"diam.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £110

291

A set of three mid Victorian Georgian style table salts with gadrooned rims, floral embossed bodies and each supported on three paw feet, London 1862, 6.5oz, each 3"diam.

Est £100-140
Hammer: £110

292

A Garrard & Co Ltd mahogany canteen of cutlery comprising eight settings, of Albany pattern, Sheffield 1973/74, approx 90oz excluding knives and carving set.

Est £1,000-1,200
Hammer: £1620

293

A pair of 19c two handled serving dishes of rococo design with lift out liners, each with two carrying handles, each 14"w.

Est £100-140
Hammer: £75

294

A 19c sauce tureen and cover with bold scrolling legs and gadrooned borders, lift off cover having two handles and supported on bold paw feet, 7"w.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £85

295

A late 19c/early 20c fish serving set with horn handles, silver ferrules and mask terminals, in box.

Est £80-100
Hammer: £85

297

A Continental decanter painted with leaves and a figure holding a heart in his left hand, with pewter screw on lid, 8"h.

Est £50-60
Hammer: £30

299

A set of six 19c wine glasses, the conical bowls engravedf with fruiting vine, with facet cut single knop stems on slightly domed circualr feet, one a/f, chip to rim, 5.75"h.

Est £100-120
Hammer: £190

302

A Murano Fornace Formentello art glass vase of cylindrical slightly tapering form with circular blue and aubergine decoration, signed to base and with label, 10"h

Est £60-80
Hammer: £210

303

An early 20c French posy vase signed Quenvit Paris, green and blue mottled ground with leaf and flower pewter overlay, signed M Maurice, 5.75"h

Est £80-100
Hammer: £120

304

An early 19c Chinese famille rose dish decorated with floral designs with butterflies, a/f chip and small hairline, 9.5"w.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £100

306

A Chinese celadon ribbed vase, possibly 12c Sung dynasty, of baluster form with a ring neck, 9.25"h.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £650

307

A 19c Chinese large underglaze blue and white jar and lid with floral decoration, a/f damage to lid, 14"h.

Est £400-500
Hammer: £140

308

An 18c Chinese tobacco leaf enamelled meat dish, a/f some wear to enamels, 13.5"w.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £1250

309

A pair of 18c Chinese famille rose small cups and saucers with floral decoration.

Est £80-100
Hammer: £30

310

A pair of 18c Chinese famille rose teabowls with flared rims, decorated with peonies and phoenixs, calligraphy to bases.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £140

311

A Japanese Meiji period vase and lid enamelled with warriors and flowers and with coiled dragon in relief and with dog finial, signed to base 'Hichozan Shimpo', 12.5"h.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £50

313

A Chinese famille rose vase, finely enamelled with blossoms and bird on a branch, underglaze blue Qianlong mark to base, with finely carved wooden stand, 7.5"h.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £480

314

An 18c Chinese famille rose large tankard with a later metal handle, 5.75"h.

Est £100-140
Hammer: £80

315

An 18c Chinese famille rose teapot and lid, with floral decoration, 8.5"w.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £150

316

An 18/19c Chinese famille rose ginger jar decorated with birds and flowers, 5"h.

Est £80-100
Hammer: £70

317

A 19c Chinese famille rose spill vase finely enamelled with birds and flowers, 9.5"h.

Est £250-300
Hammer: £320

318

A pair of 19c Chinese famille rose dishes enamelled with birds and flowers, with gilded rims, a/f one with with chip, 9.5"w.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £55

319

A pair of Cantonese famille rose vases decorated with flowers and birds with panel scenes, having turquoise rims with bats, each 13.75"h.

Est £500-600
Hammer: £480

322

A Chinese 1600AD swatow dish, blue and white decorated, derived from the Binh Thuan shipwreck, 10.5"w.

Est £250-300
Hammer: £90

323

A 19c Chinese blue and white dish with floral tendril decoration, derived from the Teksing Cargo, 7"diam.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £50

326

A Meiji period Satsuma vase decorated with panels of Samurai warriors, two on horseback and the other geisha girls dancing in celebration, separated by oval landscape panels on a foliate net background, with four character gilt marks to base for Kinkozan Tsukuru, 10"h.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £1350

327

A mid 18c lobed blue and white three compartment sweetmeat dish, probably Liverpool, painted with Oriental flowers within cell borders and supported on three feet, a/f hairline crack and minor rim fritting, old collection labels on base, 6.75"w.

Est £250-350
Hammer: £80

328

An 18c spirally moulded teabowl and saucer of New Hall type, decorated with scattered flowerheads within a floral and swag border, chip to foot rim of saucer.

Est £20-30
Hammer: £20

330

An early 19c pearlware blue and white meat dish transfer printed with Oriental figures beside a river, a castle and a cow on the opposite side, 16.5".

Est £40-60
Hammer: £100

331

A pair of early 19c blue and white pearlware meat dishes, transfer printed with Oriental flowers, a/f one with rim frits, each 16.5"w.

Est £70-80
Hammer: £50

332

An early 19c blue and white pearlware meat dish transfer printed with stylised flowers, a/f, 16"w.

Est £30-40
Hammer: £30

333

An early 19c Spode pearlware meat drainer, transfer printed with the 'Girl at the Well' pattern, impressed mark, 14.75"diam.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £45

336

A pair of Walton bocage figures of a ewe and ram, each with lamb at foot and supported on a green mound base applied with flowers, scroll marks, a/f, 6"h.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £200

338

An early 19c Staffordshire figure of a girl with a bowl of flowers standing beside a beehive and supported on an oval base, applied with shredded clay flowers, slightly a/f, 3.5"h.

Est £90-120
Hammer: £160

340

Two Meissen figures of a young girl and boy, she holding a hat full of flowers, he with a basket of flowers and holding a posy in each hand. The girl with crossed swords mark in blue to base and impressed no.84, painted no.36 in red, 4.75"h. The boy with crossed swords mark in blue and impressed no. 149411, 4.5"h.

Est £250-350
Hammer: £280

342

A pair of late 19c Austrian terracotta figures of African children, unsigned, each 9.5"h.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £80

344

A 1930's Art Deco Clarice Cliff blue chintz octagonal bowl, factory stamp to base 'Fantasque Hand Painted Bizarre by Clarice Cliff, Newport Pottery, England', 7.1"w.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £130

345

A 1930's Art Deco Clarice Cliff blue chintz plate, stamped on reverse 'Hand Painted Bizarre by Clarice Cliff, Newport Pottery, England', 9"diam.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £80

346

A 1930's Art Deco Clarice Cliff blue chintz water jug, factory stamp to base 'Fantasque Hand Painted Bizarre by Clarice Cliff, Newport Pottery, England', 7.25"h.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £140

347

A 1930's Art Deco Clarice Cliff blue chintz biscuit barrel, with cane handle, factory stamp to base 'Hand Painted Bizarre by Clarice Cliff, Newport Pottery, England' and numbered 3366, 6.25"h.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £160

348

A 1930's Art Deco Clarice Cliff blue chintz sardine dish and cover, stamped to base 'Wilkinson, England Honey Glaze Handpainted Fantasque Hand Painted Bizarre by Clarice Cliff, Newport Pottery, England', a/f small hairline, 3.1"h, 5.25"w.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £400

349

A collection of 1930's Art Deco Clarice Cliff Gayday teawares comprising of a teapot 5"h, cup 2.5"h and saucer 5.75"diam, milk jug 2.5"h and water jug 6"h, stamped 'Bizarre Clarice Cliff' to bases.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £260

350

A 1930's Art Deco Clarice Cliff conical shaped water jug in the Gayday pattern, stamped to base 'Gayday Handpainted Bizarre Clarice Cliff, Newport Pottery, England', 7.1"h.

Est £120-150
Hammer: £200

352

A Clarice Cliff Art Deco Latona Tree vase, shape no.268, signed to base 'Latona' and stamped ' Handpainted Bizarre by Clarice Cliff, Newport Pottery, England', 8"h.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £300

353

A 1930's Ruskin William Howson Taylor high fired reduction glazed vase, the vase two handled and of baluster form with a flared neck and rim, with green and orange mottled colourway, impressed and signed to base, circa 1932, 7.75"h.

Est £80-120
Hammer: £130

354

A Ruskin orange lustre bowl, stamped to base 'Ruskin Art Pottery, England', 10.5"diam. Together with a blue and yellow crystalline glazed vase, impressed to base 'Ruskin, England', 9.25"h.

Est £120-150
Hammer: £110

356

A 1920's Wedgwood copper and coral lustre vase and cover of baluster form, decorated with trees, lanterns, pagodas, boats, fences and bridges, no.Z5349, 9.5"h.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £380

357

A late 19c/early 20c Copeland Spode exotic bird 'Mecklenberg' part dessert service of eight plates, two comports and an oval dish, a/f, plates 8.75" diam, comports 8.5"w and dish 10"w.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £350

359

A Doulton Lambeth stoneware Egyptian decanter, decorated on a black ground with gilt figures and banding, with a hallmarked silver sphinx stopper, impressed to base 'Doulton Lambeth, England' and with registration no.121031, also numbered 4851 and with artists initials, 9.75"h.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £120

360

An early 20c Doulton Lambeth jardiniere, tube line decorated with blossom by Florence Roberts, impressed factory marks to base and signed, numbered 426Y, 7.75"h, the rim 8.25"diam.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £110

362

A Doulton Lambeth stoneware trophy shaped tyg with applied and incised floral decoration in the Art Nouveau style in shades of blue, green and brown, impressed factory marks to base, numbered 9058, 7"h.

Est £80-120
Hammer: £65

363

A Doulton Lambeth stoneware dimpled decanter by Louisa Wakely, with green and blue stylistic floral panels on a brown ground, with a plain silver stopper, impressed factory marks to base, numbered 2074 and with artists initials, 8.25"h.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £60

366

A late 19c Doulton Lambeth stoneware oil lamp by Mark Marshall with incised decoration in the form of stylistic leaf panels, two with birds, in shades of blue and green and with impressed factory marks, dated 1884, signed J & MVM and A304, 16.5" high excluding shade and funnel.

Est £300-500
Hammer: £320

367

A Royal Doulton figure - Lucy Anne, HN15082, 5.25"h

Est £50-60
Hammer: £40

368

A Royal Doulton figurine - Delight, HN1772, 6.75"h

Est £50-70
Hammer: £30

369

A Royal Doulton figurine - Rosabell, HN1620, 7"h

Est £100-150
Hammer: £160

370

A 1920's Doulton Lambeth Persian ware charger decorated with stylistic flowers and leaf in shades of blue and green, impressed factory mark to base, artists mono, no.P55, 13.75"diam

Est £200-300
Hammer: £220

372

A collection of three Moorcroft Collectors Club pin dishes, comprising 'Pinnache' 2004, 'Triple Choice' 2005 and 'Lily Ploom' 2007, first quality and all boxed,each 4.75"diam

Est £70-100
Hammer: £65

373

A Moorcroft 'Pansy Parade' vase designed by Kerry Goodwin, of squat baluster form, c.2006, first quality and boxed, 3.5"h

Est £60-80
Hammer: £60

374

A Moorcroft miniature vase of baluster form, Pansy Parade pattern, designed by Kerry Goodwin, first quality with box, 2.1"h

Est £50-80
Hammer: £40

375

A small Moorcroft 'Pansy Parade' vase designed by Kerry Goodwin, c.2006, first quality and in box, 5.1"h

Est £60-80
Hammer: £50

376

A Moorcroft 'Chillian Crocus' pattern vase designed by Emma Bossons, c.2005, first quality and in box, 3.5"h

Est £50-60
Hammer: £55

377

A Moorcroft vase of baluster form, tube line decorated with trailing flowers and leaf, signed and impressed to base, c.2010, first quality and in box, 6"h

Est £60-80
Hammer: £100

378

A Moorcroft 'Persephone' 2007 Collectors Club vase , impressed and signed to base, first quality and in box, 8.1"h

Est £70-100
Hammer: £85

379

A Moorcroft 'Queen Titania' vase designed by Rachel Bishop 2012, first quality and in box, 5.25"h

Est £100-150
Hammer: £100

380

A Moorcroft 'Crowning Glory' vase designed by Rachel Bishop, being a Scottish Moorcroft Collectors Day 2007 piece, first quality and in box, 7.3"h

Est £100-150
Hammer: £140

381

A Moorcroft 'Lamia' vase designed by Rachel Bishop c.1995, first quality and in box, 8.25"h

Est £60-100
Hammer: £65

382

A Moorcroft 2007 Rachel Bishop vase of baluster form with tapering neck, tube line decorated with floral design, first quality and in box, 9.25"h

Est £100-150
Hammer: £140

383

A Moorcroft 'Field of Gold' vase by Alicia Amison, c.2010, first quality and in box, 9.5"h

Est £120-150
Hammer: £170

384

A Moorcroft 'Robin' ginger jar and cover by Phillip Gibson 2005, being a limited edition 59/75, first quality and in box, 6.5"h

Est £120-150
Hammer: £220

385

A Moorcroft 'Spring Pearl' vase of baluster form, by Phillip Gibson 2004, first quality and in box, 7.5"h

Est £120-150
Hammer: £130

386

A Moorcroft designers medley plate of octagonal form, dated 2007 with artists signatures on reverse, first quality and in box, 9.75"w

Est £60-80
Hammer: £80

387

A Moorcroft ginger jar and cover, 'All the Nice Girls love a Sailor', designed by Nicholas Slaney, being 118/250, first quality and in box, 6.25"h

Est £180-200
Hammer: £220

388

A Moorcroft 'Spring Pearl' vase of baluster form by Phillip Gibson 2004, first quality and in box, 7.75"h

Est £120-150
Hammer: £100

389

A Moorcroft 'Honeysuckle' vase of baluster form with tapering neck, c.2008, first quality and in box, 8.25"h

Est £100-150
Hammer: £80

390

A Moorcroft ginger jar and cover of 'Daisy Daisy, the final music hall' design, c.2010 being 103/250, first quality and in box, 6..5"h

Est £180-220
Hammer: £200

391

A Moorcroft ginger jar and cover, 'Blue Lotus' by Rachel Bishop 2009, first quality and in box, 6.25"h

Est £180-220
Hammer: £160

392

A Moorcroft 'Mouse' vase of baluster form by Emma Bossons 2008, first quality and in box, 7.75"h

Est £120-150
Hammer: £140

393

A Moorcroft baluster vase of 'Memories of the Seaside' by Kerry Goodwin 2009, being 125/200, first quality and in box, 7.75"h

Est £150-200
Hammer: £220

394

A Moorcroft 'Long Wing' vase of baluster form by Sian Leeper 2007, craze lines to base, in box, 9.5"h

Est £150-180
Hammer: £240

395

A Moorcroft vase of baluster form, 'Lenten Rose' by Emma Bossons 2005, being 93/150, first quality and in box, 7.5"h

Est £150-180
Hammer: £160

396

A Moorcroft 'Symphony' pattern bonbonierre designed by Emma Bossons 2003, first quality and in box, 8"h

Est £150-180
Hammer: £190

397

A Moorcroft 'Gloria' vase designed by Emma Bossons 2008, first quality and in box, 12.3"h

Est £120-150
Hammer: £100

398

A Moorcroft 'Cloud Nine' vase of baluster form, designed by Emma Bossons 2006, first quality and in box, 9.5"h

Est £150-200
Hammer: £180

399

A Moorcroft 'Islay' baluster vase decorated with shells and plants on a seashore, first quality but with some crazing, in box, 9.5"h

Est £150-200
Hammer: £170

400

A Moorcroft 'Cutlers Green' vase of cylindrical tapering form, designed by Nicola Slaney 2009, being 77/150, first quality but with some crazing, in box, 10"h

Est £120-150
Hammer: £105

401

A Moorcroft 'Avon Water' vase of baluster form, designed by Rachel Bishop 2007, being 65/200, first quality and in box, 14.5"h

Est £250-300
Hammer: £300

402

A Moorcroft table lamp of baluster form, tube line decorated on a yellow ground with purple and pink flowers, first quality and in box, 8.75"h excluding fittings and shade

Est £100-150
Hammer: £65

403

A pair of Moorcroft miniature 'Anemone' vases with circular stamp to base 'Moorcroft made in England', 2.1"h

Est £100-150
Hammer: £120

405

A 1930's Moorcroft 'Anemone' vase of globular form and tapering neck, the a blue saltglaze finish, impressed marks to base 'Moorcroft potters to HM the Queen, Made in England' with blue signature, 12.25"h.

Est £400-500
Hammer: £500

406

A 1920's Swedish Gustavsberg blue and pink lustre bowl with central gilt floral motif, stamped to base and dated 1928, 6.75"diam.

Est £50-80
Hammer: £50

407

A late 19c Royal Worcester basket moulded vase of ovoid form with gilt rim handles, tree branch feet and blossom decoration, shape no.357, factory stamp to base, date code for 1879, 7.75"h

Est £100-150
Hammer: £150

408

An early 20c garniture of three porcelain vases by the Alexandra Porcelain Works, each vase two handled with pierced necks and decorated on a ivory ground with blossoming branches, with gilt highlights, pattern no.9236, each vase stamped and signed to base, pair of vases 10.25"h, central vase 13.25"h

Est £120-150
Hammer: £120

409

A Royal Copenhagen figure group - swine herd boy with pig, model no.848, 7.25"h

Est £60-80
Hammer: £80

410

A Royal Copenhagen figure - potato woman, model no.1549, 9.5"h

Est £80-120
Hammer: £80

411

A Meissen porcelain figure of cupid as philosopher modelled by Heinrich Schwabe in 1878, incised L103 to base with cross swords mark, a/f, 6.5"h

Est £100-150
Hammer: £380

413

A set of six 1930's Wedgwood coffee cans and saucers decorated with pink, blue and orange flowers, pattern no.W1949, together with six silver enamel spoons in same pattern, hallmarked for John Grinsell & Sons, Birmingham 1935, complete with presentation box, cups 2.25"h, saucers, 4.75"diam

Est £120-150
Hammer: £120

414

A collection of Leach pottery, St Ives, comprising a bowl with Z pattern and blue banding, 5.5"diam, 3"h, a plain three piece cruet comprising salt, mustard pot and cover, and pepper, pepper 3"h, and a circular dish with central brown wave within horizontal blue lines, 9"diam, each piece impressed with pottery seal

Est £60-80
Hammer: £35

416

A late 18c/early 19c needlework sampler, worked in a variety of colours and having two verses, decorated with animals and birds together with a basket of flowers and a Georgian house within a foliate border, framed and glazed, 17" x 12.5"

Est £140-180
Hammer: £130

417

An early 19c needlework sampler with verse and worked with many pot plants and flowers, animals and birds together with a school all within a foliate border by Elizabeth Bettles, aged Twelve 1824, framed and glazed, 16.5" x 13.5"

Est £90-120
Hammer: £100

420

A pair of 19c pettipoint panels of oval form, framed and glazed, 5" x 3.75"

Est £70-100
Hammer: £55

421

An 18c alphabetical and numerical sampler 1779, framed and glazed, 17" x 8".

Est £100-150
Hammer: £60

422

An 18c alphabetical and numerical sampler 1788, framed and glazed, 21" x 7.75".

Est £150-200
Hammer: £80

424

A pair of early 20c English woven woollen runners of red ground with single border, patterned with flowers and symbols, each 48"w, 222"l.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £100

427

A Lamborghini trouser suit designed by Ossie Clark 1969 for Radley and printed by Celia Birtwell, London, size 36.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £400

428

A road map from London to Pool in the county of Dorset by John Ogilby from The Standard in Corn Hill, London, framed and glazed, 13.75" x 17.5"

Est £120-150
Hammer: £70

429

A road map from Oxford to Salisbury by John Ogilby, from the City of Oxford to Salisbury, thence to Cranborn and Winborn, coloured, framed and glazed, 13.75" x 17.5"

Est £100-140
Hammer: £50

431

An Emanuel Bowen map of Dorsetshire divided into the hundreds with coloured boundaries and dedicated to the Rt. Hon Anthony, Earl of Shaftesbury, framed and glazed, 21.5" x 27"

Est £200-250
Hammer: £130

432

John Speede 1612/1976 - antique copper plate map of Wiltshire, coloured, framed and glazed, 15.25" x 20"

Est £200-300
Hammer: £200

433

An 18c Distance Chart of towns and places within and surrounding Hertforde, black and white, framed and glazed, 4" x 4"

Est £50-70
Hammer: £20

434

A collection of fifteen coloured prints featuring the Peninsular War and the Napoleonic Campaigns, framed and glazed, each approx 6.5" x 8"

Est £140-160
Hammer: £180

435

An early 19c coloured caricature print relieving guard in a garrison, framed, 5.75" x 4.5"

Est £30-40
Hammer: £30

438

A collection of six 19c Japanese prints highlighted in watercolour, various subjects and with script, framed, 17" x 12"

Est £200-300
Hammer: £230

441

A Snaffles coloured print, Merry England and worth a guinea a minute, framed and glazed, 17.5" x 16"

Est £80-100
Hammer: £130

443

Hamish Blakely - The Dreamers limited edition canvas print on board, signed on reverse by the artist and publisher, framed, 30" x 30"

Est £100-150
Hammer: £260

444

John Piper - mother and child limited edition lithograph 28/95, stamped and signed by the artist, framed and glazed, 30" x 22.5"

Est £250-300
Hammer: £320

446

J H Dowd - children swimming in a lake and playing on the bank side, signed, black and white etching, framed and glazed, 6" x 8"

Est £50-80
Hammer: £80

447

Pierre Noel Martin - mixed media wood and metal Op Art relief panel titled on reverse 'Aztek' creation date December 1986 for the Artist Studio, 17 Princes Avenue, London, 20" x 23"

Est £150-200
Hammer: £190

449

An early 19c caricature entitled 'Bonny in possession of the millstone' pencil pen and ink together with an accompanying black and white print, framed and glazed, 9.5" x 11"

Est £50-70
Hammer: £50

450

A pair of Indian 18c/19c watercolours depicting a tea ceremony and the ceremonial meeting, both surrounded by script, framed and glazed, 9.5" x 6" & 8" x 6"

Est £100-150
Hammer: £100

452

Unsigned 19c - domestic subject with children playing in a kitchen with the mother seated by the fire, framed and glazed, 6.5" x 9.75"

Est £70-100
Hammer: £80

455

H C Fox 1903 - Stratford on Avon, watercolour, signed and dated, framed and glazed, 13.5" x 20"

Est £250-300
Hammer: £270

457

W Wilson 1798 - near Wark Castle signed and titled on reserve, watercolour, framed and glazed, 12" x 17"

Est £200-250
Hammer: £190

461

E Noeguruos - Continental fortified island with boats, figures and animals at the waters edge, signed, watercolour, framed and glazed, 8.5" x 14.5"

Est £90-120
Hammer: £150

466

Unsigned 19c English school - two figures on river bank gathering flowers, watercolour, framed and glazed, 5.5" x 7"

Est £60-80
Hammer: £70

467

Jessie Bayes - lady and gentleman dressed in Medieval costume on stone steps next to the Grand Canal, Venice. This may a depiction from Shakespeare's, The Merchant of Venice, signed in mono, watercolour, framed and glazed, 9" x 9.25"

Est £150-200
Hammer: £550

468

Charles Rowbotham 1894 - Italian coastal landscape with beached fishing boats and figures resting of a cliff side path, signed and dated, watercolour, framed and glazed, 7.25" x 18"

Est £200-250
Hammer: £240

470

Edward Clifford - head of a girl, label to reserve, watercolour, framed and glazed, 12.5" x 10.5"

Est £90-120
Hammer: £250

473

W Deane - 19c busy quayside river setting, signed, watercolour, framed and glazed, 24" x 37"

Est £400-600
Hammer: £300

474

John Pedder 1879 - Italian coastal harbour with fortified square tower at the entrance, signed and dated, watercolour, framed and glazed, 11.5" x 19.5"

Est £300-400
Hammer: £240

475

Thomas Bush Hardy 1875 - Dutch coastal estuary with many sailing vessels in choppy waters, signed and dated, watercolour, framed and glazed, 13" x 19.75"

Est £1,200-1,500
Hammer: £950

478

J E Buckley 1875 - Marple Hall, Cheshire, signed and dated, framed and glazed, 13" x 25"

Est £400-500
Hammer: £380

480

Unsigned - 19c the crowning of Mary, watercolour, arched and unframed, 6" x 12"

Est £50-80
Hammer: £100

481

Arthur Hopkins - a house of mercy, signed, watercolour, framed and glazed, 10" x 14"

Est £100-150
Hammer: £180

483

Anthony Whishaw - reclining woman 1, 1993, signed in mono AW, mixed media. framed and glazed, 9" x 9"

Est £100-150
Hammer: £70

485

Mono DFR 1907 - portrait of a child with red hair, signed in mono, watercolour, framed and glazed, 10.5" x 15.75"

Est £50-80
Hammer: £80

487

Georgie Papageorge 1995 - abstract geological survey, pencil, watercolour with mixed media, signed and dated, framed and glazed, 19" x 15.5"

Est £100-150
Hammer: £190

491

Barbara Rae - Karoo evening 1996, mixed media, signed, framed and glazed, 26" x 37"

Est £400-600
Hammer: £3000

493

F W Hayes - a coastal village with distant figures on the beach, signed, watercolour, framed and glazed, 8.75" x 16.5"

Est £100-150
Hammer: £40

494

Paul Morgan - pewter tankard, signed oil on board, framed, 9.75" x 11.5"

Est £90-120
Hammer: £150

496

Dianne Branscombe - chocolate bun and tea, signed and dated 2002, oil on board, framed, 5" x 7"

Est £70-100
Hammer: £100

497

Jean Kaiser - 19c winter scene with figures skating on a lake, signed, oil on board, framed, 7.75" x 9.5"

Est £100-120
Hammer: £55

498

Ben Breedveld - a pair, returning home at sunset, signed oil on board, each 7.5" x 9.25"

Est £150-200
Hammer: £120

499

Johanne Antony Last 1827/1901 - water dracher, signed oil on board, framed, 9.5" x 7.5"

Est £120-150
Hammer: £170

501

Unsigned - D Annunciation, oil on board, framed, 8" x 6"

Est £90-120
Hammer: £240

503

In the style of Millet - the shepherdess and her flock, signed, oil on board, unframed, 18" x 21.5"

Est £150-200
Hammer: £140

504

Unsigned - early 19c portrait of a gentleman, oil on canvas, unframed, 18" x 14"

Est £90-120
Hammer: £180

505

Signed indistinctly - lady with basket of eggs and carrying a cockerel with spaniel dog at side, oil on board, framed, 15.75" x 12"

Est £400-500
Hammer: £380

506

Unsigned - 19c still life, fruit and vine leaves, oil on canvas, oval framed, 16" x 13"

Est £90-120
Hammer: £50

507

W H Allen 1874 - a pair, cattle in an English river by a bridge with village and trees beyond and an English country road with sheep, trees and farm houses, signed, oil on canvas, framed, each approx 11.5" x 23.5"

Est £200-300
Hammer: £100

508

Edna Bizon - inside the old Abbey, signed, oil on canvas, framed, 17.5" x 13.5"

Est £150-200
Hammer: £350

511

Unsigned 19c French school - portrait of Napoleon, oil on canvas, framed, 18.5" x 13.5"

Est £500-700
Hammer: £200

512

Tang Kui Hong c.1900 - in realms of fancy (the ambassadors children), oil on board, circular carved ebony frame, the painting 15.5"diam

Est £500-700
Hammer: £780

514

Unsigned 18c - North African/Arabian trading harbour with English galleons, merchant dhow's with local traders on the quay sides, under a castle on the cliff top, oil on canvas, framed, 13" x 15"

Est £300-400
Hammer: £400

516

Anderson Hague - mother and children taking a rest on a stone wall next to a hillside roadway, with a lady and donkey approaching, signed, oil on canvas, framed, 19.5" x 24"

Est £500-600
Hammer: £640

517

William Thornley 1871 - a crowded quayside with fishing boats leaving harbour, signed, oil on canvas, framed, 15" x 21"

Est £300-400
Hammer: £1650

518

Thomas Butterworth - late 18c/early 19c sailing vessels in rough water, oil on canvas, framed, 11.5" x 15.5"

Est £300-350
Hammer: £480

520

W Taylor 1885 - inshore fishing boats and merchantman close to rocky cliffs, signed and dated, oil on board, framed, 8.25" x 11"

Est £100-120
Hammer: £90

521

Edmond John Niemann 1813/1876 - alpine landscape, oil on board, framed, 11" x 17"

Est £250-300
Hammer: £90

523

Thomas Creswick 1869 - Castle Campbell, Clackmannan, label to reverse, oil on canvas, framed, 13" x 9.5"

Est £250-300
Hammer: £90

525

Unsigned - 19c portrait of a boy wearing a white muff, oil on board, framed, 8.5" x 5.5"

Est £80-100
Hammer: £70

526

W W Caffyn 1891 - a pair, old cottage at Ewhurst Green and old house at Ewhurst Green, signed, oil on canvas, framed and glazed, each 15.5" x 23.5"

Est £1,000-1,500
Hammer: £1750

527

Unsigned 19c - a bay stallion in stable setting, oil on canvas, framed, 16.5" x 20.5"

Est £150-200
Hammer: £280

529

Unsigned 19c - moon rising over a harbour setting, oil on canvas, framed, 14" x 16.75"

Est £200-300
Hammer: £240

530

A Gyula Bubarnik - still life with flagon, grapes, lemon and Turkey rug, signed, oil on board, framed, 19" x 15.5"

Est £200-300
Hammer: £370

531

C Napier Hemy - the custom house quay, Falmouth, signed, oil on canvas, framed and glazed, 18.5" x 13.5"

Est £600-800
Hammer: £3200

532

J B Baudin - portrait of a gentleman, signed, oil on canvas, framed, 27" x 23"

Est £200-300
Hammer: £300

536

Unsigned English school - battle of Waterloo, oil on canvas, framed, 41" x 71"

Est £500-600
Hammer: £400

537

Guillaume Fouace 1837/1895 - still life with cheese and wine bottle, signed, oil on canvas, unframed, 16" x 12.75"

Est £1,500-2,000
Hammer: £5200

538

Henry Moore 1879 - mid channel evening, signed and dated, oil on canvas, framed, 9.5" x 15.5"

Est £250-300
Hammer: £480

539

Samuel Bough 1822/1878 - twilight, signed and dated 1862, oil on canvas, framed, 17.5" x 23.5"

Est £400-600
Hammer: £2100

540

After Giulio Romano 19c - two paintings, Apollo and the nine dancing muses and another mythological subject a chariot drawn by two horses together with eight muses, unsigned, oil on panel and oil on canvas, both in heavy gilt frames, each 13.5" x 30.5"

Est £900-1,200
Hammer: £850

541

Charles Hunt - babes in the wood signed, framed, oil on canvas, 24.5" x 29.5"

Est £1,500-2,000
Hammer: £1450

542

School of Carlo Dolchi - Magdalene, signed, oil on canvas, framed, 28" x 22"

Est £400-600
Hammer: £480

543

Unsigned 19c - three wild horses, oil on canvas, circular framed, 15"diam

Est £100-150
Hammer: £300

544

CB Prescott 1928 - portrait of a gentleman in country attire, signed and dated, oil on canvas, framed, 84" x 49"

Est £400-500
Hammer: £370

545

A K Maderson - hazy dawn near Rotherhide, signed, oil on board, framed, 31" x 47"

Est £400-500
Hammer: £560

546

T H Wong 1959 - a junk off Hong Kong, signed and dated, oil on board, framed, 15" x 19"

Est £100-150
Hammer: £50

547

Alistair Grant - Rome, labels to reverse, oil on canvas, framed, 17.5" x 19.5"

Est £100-150
Hammer: £420

548

Hugh Boycott-Brown - evening sky Pinmill, signed oil on board, framed, 9.5" x 11"

Est £150-200
Hammer: £240

549

Peter Thomson - pottet heid again, ticket to reserve, acrylic and oil on board, framed and glazed, 12.5" x 7"

Est £300-500
Hammer: £480

550

A H Dean - the bridesmaid, signed oil on board, unframed, 18" x 13.5"

Est £50-70
Hammer: £90

551

John Ambrose - winterscape with two figures pulling toboggan, signed oil on board, unframed, 14" x 18"

Est £100-150
Hammer: £130

552

John Ambrose - Cornish coastal village, signed oil on board, unframed, 12" x 14"

Est £100-150
Hammer: £180

553

Yuval Daniely 1968 - nude signed to reverse, oil on canvas, framed, 31" x 23"

Est £50-80
Hammer: £170

555

Graham Seaton Hutchison - fisherman in a boat close to a rocky coast line, signed , oil on board, framed and glazed, 9.5" x 13.5"

Est £50-80
Hammer: £70

556

Doyly-John - Portofino near Santa Margarita, Italian Rivera, 13.5" x 27.5"

Est £400-600
Hammer: £800

560

An early Victorian rosewood circular pedestal breakfast table with shallow moulded frieze on a facet carved column with flared neck on a platform tripartite base, with carved bun feet and castors, 42"w, 28.5"h

Est £300-350
Hammer: £420

565

An early 19c mahogany chest of two short and three long graduated drawers, with pierced brass back plates and swing handles, and supported on bracket feet, 37"w, 36.5H

Est £250-300
Hammer: £240

567

An early Victorian mahogany chiffonier with ebony line edging, having shelved interior enclosed by two hinged material and grill doors, flanked by reeded pilasters and raised on ring turned feet, 41.5"w, 35"h

Est £250-300
Hammer: £280

569

An early 19c mahogany jewellery box on stand , the box cross banded and line inlaid on stand, supported by four square slender slightly splayed legs co-joined by shaped under tier shelf, 10"w, 28"h

Est £100-150
Hammer: £190

571

A late Georgian mahogany wine cooler of octagonal form, brass banded and with a hinged cover, having side carrying handles and supported on four square tapering legs, 18"w, 22.5"h

Est £300-350
Hammer: £250

575

A late 19cFrench ormolu mounted and marquetry decorated kingwood side table, the table top of rectangular serpentine form supported on cabriole legs co-joined by a shaped undertier shelf, 24"w, 28.5"h

Est £250-300
Hammer: £50

576

A George III wine cooler of oval coopered form with side carrying handles, with a stand supported on chamfered legs with original castors, the cooler 24"w, the stand 26"w

Est £250-300
Hammer: £200

577

A late Georgian rosewood X frame stool with upholstered seat and having scroll carved base terminals on ball feet with castors, 20.5"w

Est £250-300
Hammer: £370

578

A 19c mahogany breakfront glazed side cabinet with a gilt metal three quarter gallery with painted panels, crossbanded and line inlaid and supported on splayed square carved legs, 52"w, 58.5"h

Est £400-600
Hammer: £750

579

A George III Lancastrian mahogany bureau crossbanded and chequer line inlaid, having fall front and fitted interior with central cupboard flanked by pull out slides and eight pigeon holes over eight short drawers with shaped and under carved canopies and cluster column pilasters. The base fitted two short and three long graduated drawers on ogee bracket feet, 45"w, 42"h

Est £900-1,200
Hammer: £980

580

A Victorian oak Wellington chest with locking bar fitted six drawers, profusely carved with cherub faces, scroll work and flowers, 27"w, 52"h

Est £300-350
Hammer: £250

581

A 19c figured mahogany box crossbanded and line inlaid, having side carrying handles and supported on bracket feet, 20"w, 19"h

Est £150-200
Hammer: £100

582

A Victorian figured mahogany bedside cupboard fitted shelves and enclosed by a single hinged panel door, on plain plinth, 14"w, 30"h

Est £100-150
Hammer: £65

586

A mid Victorian figured walnut writing table of rectangular form and with cut off corners, having a green leather insert, one long side drawer and supported on a twist carved stretcher frame with splayed leaf and scroll carved legs on white china castors, 30"w, 30.5"h

Est £250-300
Hammer: £70

587

A Victorian parlour golf game invented by Henry D Booth and being of circular fitted form with short drawer on underside and supported on four splayed legs with cross stretchers, a/f no golf clubs 16"diam, 24"h

Est £150-200
Hammer: £110

589

A Victorian figured walnut veneered twin flap bedroom table fitted marble line cupboard enclosed by a single door with two opposing short drawers and supported on ring turned and carved tapering legs with castors, 29"w, 29"h

Est £200-250
Hammer: £60

590

A late Victorian figured mahogany Wellington chest of six drawers with locking bar on a plain plinth with short bracket feet, 21.5"w, 40.5"

Est £150-200
Hammer: £110

592

A late Regency mahogany work box on stand, crossbanded and line inlaid, the work box with a hinge cover over two dummy drawers and one long drawer and raised on four slender square tapering legs with cross stretcher rails, 16.5"w, 30.5"h

Est £200-250
Hammer: £220

593

An early Victorian mahogany hall chair with an ovoid shaped seat on bold ring turned baluster legs with scroll carved waisted back panel

Est £90-120
Hammer: £55

595

A late Victorian oak Gothic carved revolving pot stand with tripartite splayed frame and undertier pot shelf, 44.5"h, the top 13.5"w

Est £150-200
Hammer: £120

596

A 19c Georgian style upholstered stool with an oval seat rail supported by four Georgian carved carbiole legs with pad feet

Est £150-200
Hammer: £150

597

A Georgian style oak small chest of two short and three long graduated drawers on bracket feet, 15"w, 18"h

Est £100-150
Hammer: £65

598

A pair of late 17c/early 18c carved walnut side chairs by Daniel Marot. These chairs originated from the Whitney Court sale after the major fire at the premises

Est £700-1,000
Hammer: £720

601

An Edwardian late Georgian style mahogany small chest of four long graduated drawers with a slide, on bracket feet, 30"w, 30.5"h

Est £200-250
Hammer: £280

604

A mid Victorian rosewood circular pedestal table, the circular top with gadrooned carved edge on a twist carved tapering column, supported on a tripartite platform base with compressed bun feet, 22"diam, 29"h

Est £200-300
Hammer: £200

605

A 19c mahogany dome top travel trunk with flush fitting side handles, brass corner mounts and baize lined interior, 26"w, 14"h

Est £150-200
Hammer: £240

607

A late Georgian mahogany painted toilet glass with base fitted three short drawers, 15"w, 20.5"h

Est £100-150
Hammer: £65

609

A 19c copper anodised metal wall mirror with a broken arch pediment, urn finial and a central panel of patera and corner fans, the sides with scroll and drop tendrils, the mirror plate 15.5" x 10.5", overall 28" x 16".

Est £100-150
Hammer: £250

610

A 19c mahogany oval wall mirror with a moulded frame, 14.5" x 12.5".

Est £70-100
Hammer: £70

612

An English oak three drawer dresser having two long and one central short drawer over cupboard base enclosed by two arched doors with a panel back rack fitted two shelves under a moulded cornice and plain canopy, 53"w, 75"h overall

Est £350-400
Hammer: £800

615

A 19c Windsor yew wood and elm hooped spindleback armchair with pierced bar splats, shaped seat and supported on turned baluster legs with crinoline stretcher.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £350

616

A late 18c/early 19c Chinese hardwood transport box with a hinged fall front and side carrying handles, 36"w, 27"h

Est £200-250
Hammer: £230

617

An early 18c oak joint stool with baluster carved legs and box stretcher rails, 19"w, 21.5"h

Est £200-250
Hammer: £240

618

A set of ten (8+2) early 19c mahogany dining chairs with upholstered drop in seats with humped top rails, pierced bar splats and having rear sabre legs and front square tapering legs with a stretcher rail

Est £350-400
Hammer: £420

619

A 19c mahogany revolving desk chair of curricle form with downswept scrolling arms, heart pierced splats with caned seat and supported on four scrolling legs with pad feet

Est £200-250
Hammer: £230

620

A 19c mid Georgian style walnut framed and upholstered open armchair with leaf carved open arms and scrolling terminals and leaf carved supports with block carved and ring turned legs, a stretcher rail and pad feet

Est £300-350
Hammer: £200

621

A 19c walnut framed and upholstered open armchair with downswept scrolling arms, leaf carved and with scrolling front legs, raised stretcher rail and short square sabre legs co-joined by turned spindles

Est £200-300
Hammer: £210

622

A pair of 19c late 17c/early 18c style walnut framed and upholstered armchairs with downswept foliate carved and scrolling arms, twist carved legs and stretcher rails

Est £400-600
Hammer: £500

624

A pair of mid Victorian mahogany show framed and upholstered buttonback armchairs. The show frames with leaf and foliate carved pediments, scrolling leaf carved arms, shaped seats supported on carved front legs with white china castors and read square sabre legs

Est £500-600
Hammer: £420

625

A late 19c/early 20c adjustable single bedstead manufactured by Robinson & Sons, Ilkley, Yorks with wicker panels together with original horse hair mattress, 74"l

Est £250-300
Hammer: £200

631

A Mouseman oak low table of rectangular stretcher form, 36"w, 17.5"h

Est £200-250
Hammer: £200

632

A pair of Gordon Russell oak occasional tables of circular form with splayed platform side supports. These tables were made for the vendors parents as a wedding gift by Gorgan Russell, 13"diam, 15.5"h

Est £200-250
Hammer: £190

634

A Danish hardwood dining table , 96"l, 36"w, 29.5"h

Est £100-150
Hammer: £140

635

A Gordon Russell double helix sideboard designed by David Booth for The Festival of Britain 1951, 48"w, 33"h

Est £200-300
Hammer: £600

637

A set of eight (6+2) 1960/70 teak framed Danish dining chairs manufactured by J L Moller Models, with upholstered seats

Est £400-500
Hammer: £880

638

An LC2 sofa by Le Corbusier for Alivar with chrome frame and tan leather two seater upholstery, 51.5"w

Est £300-400
Hammer: £400

639

A 1970's teak side cabinet with central pull out shelves flanked by shelved side cupboards and enclosed by sliding doors, 83"w, 22"h

Est £100-150
Hammer: £350