Fine Art, 20th Century and Decorative Arts Sale

 

Fine Art, 20th Century and Decorative Arts Sales are held on Fridays and commence at 10am. A full colour catalogue is available ten days prior to the sale.

 

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  • Wednesday prior to sale 10am until 5pm (trade only)
  • Thursday prior to sale 9am until 8pm
  • Day of sale from 9am

 

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BUYERS PREMIUM: 17.5% (VAT is applicable to the buyers premium only at the current rate)

 

 

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Lot No: Description 2 Image

1

An early 20c leather bodied bisque headed doll with a articulated limbs, bisque hands and forearms, with blue open eyes and mouth and blonde hair, 21.5"h.

Est £100-140
Hammer: £50

2

An early 20c pullalong horse with a two wheeled cart, painted wood and metal construction, 13"l.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £30

3

An early 20c painted wood ball and cup game, the figure decorated as a clown, 8"h.

Est £30-40
Hammer: £18

4

A clockwork painted tin duck riding a tricycle, 8"h.

Est £30-40
Hammer: £32

5

A 1940's clockwork tinware fire engine, with four fireman and extending ladder, 11"l.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £90

6

A collection of Hornby Dublo model railway including a 2-6-4 tank goods train B R boxed set of TPO Mail Van set boxed, 0-6-4 tank engine, loose wagons, rails, points and accessories.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £190

7

A Triang minic series two clockwork Aveling Barford road roller, in original box.

Est £50-80
Hammer: £50

8

A Lesney Major - Scale series no.1 Mattey Harris tractor in original box.

Est £100-140
Hammer: £100

9

A Corgi Major no.1113 Corporal guided missile on erector vehicle, in box together with a Corgi major gift set no.4 containing a Bloodhound guided missile with a loading trailer, a/f RAF Landrover missing, in box.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £20

10

A collection of twenty unboxed Dinky vehicles in varying condition, mostly 1950/60.

Est £100-120
Hammer: £100

11

A major collection of autographs of pop stars and variety artists of the 1960's and 70's together with some cricketeers of the 1930's and other personalities of the 1970's, contained within autograph albums on associated literature and theatre programmes and promotional photographs. With a comprehensive inventory, hand written by the collector, Mr Paul King, of West Cliffe on Sea, Essex, and totals approximately five hundred and thirty entries, which includes the source locations. A photographic copy of the inventory entries is available upon request.

Est £1,200-1,500
Hammer: £2300

12

A book - A parallell of the ancient architecture with the modern, in a collection of ten principal authors who have written upon the five orders, three Greek and two Latine, by John Evelyn Fellow of the Royal Society, printed in London 1614, with brown leather covered tooled boards, a/f front board detached and with stitched spine.

Est £100-140
Hammer: £400

13

A book - Homer his iliads, translated adorned with sculpture and illustrated with annotations by John Ogilvie, printed by Thomas Roycroft, London 1660.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £110

15

A book - A new history of Ethiopia, being a full and accurate description of the Kingdom of Abessinia called the Empire of Prester John, in four books by Job Ludolphus, being the second edition published and printed in London 1684, with attached map and illustrations, a/f the bottom half of page 1 has been torn and is missing, with tooled leather boards and spine.

Est £200-200
Hammer: £180

17

Ten books - The works of Thomas Good with memorials prefixed, edited with notes by his son and daughter, in ten volumes, published and printed in London 1874, tooled leather spines and Moroccan boards.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £40

18

A book - The science of mechanics by Dr Ernst Mach, translated from the second German edition by Thomas J McCormack, printed and published in Chicago 1893, with tooled leather boards and spine.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £10

23

Three books - A history of Arabia ancient and modern by Andrew Crichton, with map and engravings, volumes 1, 2 & 3 published in Edinburgh 1833, with Moroccan mounted boards and gilt tooled spines.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £25

24

A book - A general outline of the animal kingdom and manual of comparative anatomy by Thomas Rymer Jones, illustrated and published in London 1841, with green mounted boards and brown gilt tooled leather spines.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £10

26

Four books - A history of British birds with coloured illustrations of their eggs by Henry Seebohm, volumes 1, 2 & 3, published in London 1883, 1884 and two 1885, with green mounted linen boards with green gilt tooled leather spines.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £130

30

Twelve books - The national cyclopaedia of useful knowledge, circa 1850, linen boards with leather mounted spines.

Est £90-120
Hammer: £20

35

Thirteen books - titled by Charles Kingsley printed in London by MacMillan & Co, circa 1900, in red linen and leather covered boards with gilt tooled spines.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £110

36

A book - Joan and Peter by H G Wells, printed and published in London 1933. The fronticepiece page has the signature of H G Wells dated September 8 1936.

Est £50-80
Hammer: £50

37

A boxed set of The Whitefriars Handy Volume Sir Walter Scott's Poetical Works including the Lay of the Last Minstrel and Memoire, Marmion, Lady of the Lake, The Lord of the Isles, Rokeby, Bridal of Triermain - Harold, Seven Ballards, Poems etc.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £20

38

A collection of twenty football Wembley Offical programmes, together with two Rugby League Challenge Cup competition programs. Some signed by part of the team including Blackburn vs Bolton Wanderers 1953, Amateur Cup competition Pegasus vs Harris & Parkeston 1953, England vs Scotland 1953 with eight signatures, Junior Football Championship of Great Britain 1953, England vs Wales 1954, England vs Ugoslavia 1956, England vs France 1957, Fulham vs West Ham United Cup Final 1975 and Final Tie Huddersfield vs St Helens 1953. The remainder fully signed by both teams and including England vs Rest of the World 1953, England vs Wales 1954, Halifax vs Warrington 1954, Final Tie Bishop Auckland vs Crook Town 1954, Preston North End vs West Bromwich Albion 1954, England vs German 1954, England vs Scotland 1954, Bishop Auckland vs Hendon 1955, Manchester vs Newcastle United1955, England vs Scotland 1955, England vs Wales, England vs Scotland schools jubilee international 1954 and Rugby League Challenge Cup competition Barrow vs Workington Town 1955.

Est £250-300
Hammer: £880

39

An autograph book of entertainers and film stars, including Gene Kelly, Frank Sinatra and Peter Crawford.

Est £400-400
Hammer: £380

40

Two autograph books of entertainers and film stars, seventy six signatures including Gordon Scott (Tarzan), Guy Mitchell, Richard Todd, Hattie Jakes, Eric Sykes, Max Bygraves, Alma Cogan, Marty Wilde, Pete Murray, Gerry Marsden and Roy Orbison.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £90

42

An early 19c officers sword with a slightly curved single edged blade, 34", iron pierced guard, fish skin grip, egg shaped pommel, 40" long overall with a steel scabbard.

Est £120-150
Hammer: £150

44

A 19c Cook double barrel pin fire shotgun with engraved plates and hammers, walnut stock, 30" barrels, 46" long overall.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £90

45

A 19c single barrel percussion rifle with ramrod, the walnut stock incorporating a firing cap box, 39" barrel, 55" long overall, a/f in need of restoration.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £110

46

An 18c Northern Indian revolving chamber four shot match lock musket, 32" barrel, fish tail butt, 6.75" chamber, 57" long overall.

Est £400-500
Hammer: £1700

47

A 19c percussion pocket pistol with brass mounts and walnut stock, the barrel 3"l, 7.25" long overall.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £70

48

A pair of English flintlock box lock pocket pistols by Dudley, London, the stocks decorated with silver pique work and with brass mounts, the barrel 1.75", 5.25" long overall. Including a brass ribbed powder flask, 4"l.

Est £400-600
Hammer: £1150

49

A Japanese late 19c tanto mounted in ivory and carved with various figures, 18.5"l.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £90

50

A late 17c/early 18c European wooden club with a lion and human mask carved antler head, 28"l.

Est £500-600
Hammer: £580

53

A Royal Artillary Regimental bass drum, 30"diam.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £250

54

An early 20c stuffed and cased barn owl in a naturalistic setting, the case 13"w, 16"h.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £90

55

A pair of early 20c patinated and jewelled dogs of fo, 33"l, 22"h.

Est £400-500
Hammer: £250

56

A late 19c French carriage clock timepiece in glazed brass case with plain circular section corner pillars and semi-circular horizontal moulding above and below the dial. The case has a fluted cast carrying handle and circular bun feet. The rectangular plain white enamel dial has a blue circular motif to the dial centre, Roman numerals and Arabic five minute markers. The rectangular single train movement has a lever platform escapement and the clock stands 6" tall with handle raised.

Est £90-100
Hammer: £60

57

A late 19c French carriage clock in glazed brass corniche style case with cast carrying handle. The rectangular white enamel dial has Roman numerals and plain spade hands and the two train movement has a lever platform escapement and strikes hours and halves on a gong, 7" tall with handle raised.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £260

58

A late 19c carriage timepiece in glazed brass case with fluted corner columns surmounted by turned corner finials and having blind fret gilded brass panels above and below the dial on each side of the case. The circular cream enamel chapter ring has Arabic numerals, a ringed brass centre and a blind fret mask of gryphons amongst foliage. The single train movement has a lever platform escapement and the clock stands 6.5" tall overall.

Est £120-150
Hammer: £100

59

A late 19c French carriage clock in corniche style glazed brass case and with plain white rectangular dial with Roman numerals and signed for the retailer Reynoldson & Son. The two train movement strikes and hour repeats on a gong and has a lever platform escapement. It is contained within its original Morocco covered carrying box. The clock stands 6.5" tall overall with handle raised.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £255

61

A late 19c French carriage timepiece in decorated bombe case with decorative cast horizontal bands of foliage above and below the dial and which follow around the case, with a bombe shape to each side. The case has a cast fancy handle and round turned feet. The cream enamel chapter ring has Arabic numerals and a gilt mask and dial centre. The single train movement has a replaced lever platform escapement and stands 6.25" tall overall with handle raised.

Est £140-160
Hammer: £90

62

A mid 19c English single fusee skeleton clock in pointed Gothic style plates, the main train wheel having six spokes and fusee being chain driven. The plates have six ringed baluster pillars and the chapter ring is silvered with black Roman numerals. It is mounted on an oval stepped base and has a glass dome over it, the clock stands 13" tall to top of dome.

Est £250-300
Hammer: £300

64

A late 19c German single weight Vienna regulator wall clock in glazed walnut and ebonised case with fluted columns attached to the front door and having an ogee mounted base with central half round finial and turned side finials. The case top has an architectural cresting surmounted by an eagle and knopped side finials. The two piece 8" diam dial is of cream enamel with Roman numerals and the movement has a deadbeat escapement, wood rod pendulum and a brass bound weight, the case 48" tall overall.

Est £250-300
Hammer: £106

67

A mid 20c striking and repeating carriage clock, the white dial signed for the retailer Richard Chapman, Chesham. The two train movement strikes and hour repeats on a bell and has a lever platform escapement and the rectangular white dial has Roman numerals with Arabic outer five minute marked and moon hands. It is contained in a plain Anglaise style glazed brass case with cast carrying handle and stands 7" tall with handle raised.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £210

68

A late 20c Jaeger Le Coultre Atmos clock in glazed and gilded rectangular brass case. The movement is finished in contrasting satin and polished gilt and the 4.5" diam white dial has gilt Arabic numerals and a cut out centre to view the movement. The torsion pendulum and the casing to this aneroid movement are similarly finished in two tone gilt and the clock stands 9" tall overall. It has its original packaging.

Est £300-350
Hammer: £600

69

A 1960's presentation clock presented to the directors of British European Airways in the form of a picture of a trident in the livery of the airline and incorporating a Smiths mains electric clock in the bottom left hand corner of the picture. It is mounted in a cream, red and black frame matching the aircrafts livery. The picture 10" tall overall.

Est £50-80
Hammer: £55

70

A modern Matthew Newman striking carriage clock in serpentine gilded glazed brass case, the white rectangular dial having Roman numerals and moon hands. The two train movement strikes the hours and halves on a gong and has a lever platform escapement. It retains its original packaging and manufacturers instruction, the clock stands 7.5" tall overall with handle raised.

Est £150-180
Hammer: £200

71

A late 18c eight day longcase clock, the 12" square painted dial unsigned (the dial centre has been repainted) and has gesso gilt scrolled decoration to the corners. The dial has Roman numerals and Arabic outer minute figures and unmatched steel hands. The four pillar movement has inside countwheel striking on pins on the great wheel and anchor escapement. It is contained in a plain oak case with flat top hood which has a band of dentil moulding around the top and fluted freestanding columns flanking the dial. The trunk has fluted quarter columns flanking the long trunk door which has a central point to its top. The plain base has a wavy plinth, the case 81" tall overall.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £80

72

A mid 19c eight day longcase clock by David Jones Jnr of Merthyr Tydfil, with 13"diam circular silvered dial with Roman numerals, moon hands and date and seconds rings. The four pillar movement is of standard construction with anchor escapement and rack striking on a bell. It is contained in a mahogany case with pointed architectural type hood and canted front corners. The trunk has similarly canted corners and the trunk door has a shallow arched top and well figured veneer. The plain base has bracket front feet but is a leaner and does not have rear feet. The case 82" high overall.

Est £400-500
Hammer: £330

74

A mid 19c five face scroll pediment wheel barometer by S Herman, 7 Norfolk Street, Lynn, having a mahogany case with boxwood and ebony edge stringing. The indicators are, top to bottom, a hygrometer, a Fahrenheit alcohol thermometer, a mirror, the 8" diam barometer dial and a spirit level. The scroll pediment has a brass finial between and all the seals and dials are of engraved and silvered brass, 38.5" tall overall.

Est £120-150
Hammer: £60

75

An MOD clinometer (pocket sextant) by Heath & Co, London and dated 1915 and numbered 2159, in 2.75"diam metal case complete with refracting mirrors, sight and adjustable scale and a table of natural tangents in the lid. It is contained in a circular leather pouch on a lanyard, the side embossed R Stafford 1915 and bearing the MOD arrow. The leather pouch 3.25"diam overall.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £50

76

An Edison Gem phonograph manufactured under the patent's of Thomas A Edison at Orange, NJ, USA, serial number G76769, together with aluminium horn and twenty four records of various titles, in box with lift off cover, 10"w.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £130

77

An early 20c wall hanging 'Way Out' sign illuminated by two gas lamps attached to either end of the sign panel, 32.5"w, 10"h.

Est £250-300
Hammer: £150

80

An Art Nouveau period English pewter bowl made by Liberty & Co of circular form and supported on four fluted cabriole legs with tripartite pad feet, stamped Liberty & Co and numbered 067, 13.5"diam.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £140

82

An early 19c Oriental bronze censer of shallow two handled form, seal mark to base, 5"diam.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £900

83

An early 19c Oriental bronze censer of circular shallow two handled form and supported on three stub legs, seal mark to base, 5"diam.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £1150

84

A pair of late 19c/early 20c white metal lamp columns manufactured by H & J Gardner of London, converted to electroliers, constructed in the classical manner with scaled bead and leaf, rams heads and mask, with blue enamel gilt decorated knops and base ring, each 22.5"h.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £170

85

A 19c Oriental bronze tripod censer inlaid with low relief random patterns, 4"diam.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £80

87

An Oriental archaic style bronze pot and cover with carrying handle and supported on three feet, inlaid with white and yellow metals, 8.5"h.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £280

92

A late 19c/ early 20c diorama, cased and displaying a maritime scene with a two masted steam and sail ship accompanied by a paddle steam tug, painted and enclosed in glazed box, 17" x 11".

Est £100-140
Hammer: £110

93

Wright & Fletcher, a gilt metal bust of Disraeli, after the original, 12"h.

Est £120-160
Hammer: £120

95

A pair of mid 19c gilt bronze mythological lion rampant candlesticks, supporting the candle socle on a domed square cast base, each having four rococo cast feet, 11"h.

Est £400-450
Hammer: £380

96

A Gordez, 'Mignon' a patinated bronze figure, after the original, she resting on a tree stump and carrying a mandolin, signed and with title plaque, 21.75"h.

Est £400-600
Hammer: £850

97

An Art Deco gilt bronze figure of a medieval falconer, signed and after the original by G Jaeger, on green veined marble circular base, 10.5"h.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £220

98

In the manner of Guirand Riviere, an Art Deco silvered bronze female dancing figure, she carrying a ball in her left hand, resting on a single leg on a veined marble plinth, 11.5"h.

Est £350-400
Hammer: £350

100

A pair of late 19c gilt bronze cherubs seated on marble plinths, one with a garland of flowers and the other a sickle and floral spray, 7" high overall.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £220

103

A pair of Victorian alabaster recumbent Empire lion figures on veined marble rectangular bases, lions a/f with tails missing, each 10"w.

Est £170-200
Hammer: £280

104

A patinated bronze figure group of a setter dog carrying a pheasant on a marble base, 20.5"w, 14"h.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £280

105

An Art Deco period patinated bronze figure of a naked female dancer, on square veined marble plinth, the dancer 11.5"h.

Est £150-180
Hammer: £200

107

A Maurice Pico Folies bergere giltwood wall plaque in oak frame, the plaque 20" x 18.5".

Est £200-300
Hammer: £550

108

A patinated spelter standing figurative electrolier in the form of a scantily glade maiden, after the orginal by August Mareau, with circular marble base, 45"h.

Est £250-300
Hammer: £350

109

A Bugatti radiator flask by Ruddspeed Ltd, England, registered design no.909778, 8"h.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £320

110

A 1930's black leather ladies travelling case fitted and containing silver topped and backed perfume bottles, powder boxes and brushes, the silver assay of London 1930, together with manicure tools, having malachite handles, the box with outer canvas cover. This was in the former ownership of Ronda Keane, Muschenheim (nee Gould). She was the daughter of the late Howard Gould and famous stage actress Doris Keane. During world war II she performed plays to entertain the troops throughout England, 12.75"w.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £160

111

A pair of Ross of London white metal and abalone cased opera glasses with adjustable handle, together with a pair of brass and mother of pearl opera glasses with extending handle, 3.5" and 2.5" barrel length open.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £60

112

Two pairs of late 19c/early 20c opera glasses, both gilt metal and mother of pearl cased, one pair Ocl Vosveld den Haag, the other Lemaire F Paris, France, both with 3" barrels.

Est £50-70
Hammer: £95

113

Two pairs of opera glasses, one pair with enamelled floral painted cases Lemaire Farricant, Paris and the other pair with abalone shell casing S D Neill Ltd, Belfast, both pairs with 3" barrels.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £85

114

Three pairs of opera glasses, two brass - one with alternating panels of abalone and mother of pearl shell and the other enamelled with the faces of two Egyptian ladies, together with a white metal pair with mother of pearl casing, of Art Deco period.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £65

115

A Hurter & Driffield's patent Actinograph patent no.5545, 1888, in original box, 4.5"w.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £120

116

An Edwardian Philips 6" terrestrial globe on a wire formed stand.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £95

117

A pair of late Victorian walnut and brass postal scales manufactured and stamped Morden & Co, London, with serpentine base, carrying scales and weight box decorated with two pierced scrolling motifs and having pierced oval pans, 9.5"w.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £150

118

A 19c brass ribbon iron of roller form, 7.5"l.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £10

119

A 19c Pinfold's patent brass metronome, 11"h.

Est £90-120
Hammer: £100

120

A 19c egg iron, on a ring turned column and circular stepped base, 8"h.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £110

121

A pair of late Victorian gilt metal letter scales manufactured and stamped H Rodrigues, Picadilly, with circular pans and cream porcelain centres and a weight box containing four weights from half ounce to two ounces, supported on an oval base, 7"w.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £55

122

A late Victorian gilt metal greyhound head letter clip with glass eyes, mounted on wooden base and wall hanging, the head 4.25"l.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £50

123

A late 19c patinated and painted bronze figure of a West Indian fisherman in a wide brimmed hat and having a basket of fish, 4.5"h, 4.75"w.

Est £90-120
Hammer: £60

124

A 19c patinated bronze figure of a Northern Indian tribesman seated and carrying a rifle, 4"w.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £75

125

A 19c Oriental patinated bronze censer in the form of a mythical beast with hooved feet, standing on a wave formed base, 4.25"w.

Est £100-140
Hammer: £75

126

A pair of 19c French field glasses, white metal and chased in low relief with fruit and flowers within scrollwork, one eyepiece inscribed Cam. Optn. 24 Rue de la Paix, a Paris, 6" long open.

Est £100-140
Hammer: £260

127

A late Victorian mahogany table top chest of three long drawers with chequer banding and small turned wood handles, on a plain plinth, 11.5" x 14.5".

Est £100-140
Hammer: £150

128

A late Georgian mahogany table top cabinet fitted three compartments enclosed by hinged rising covers and supported on ball feet, 14.5"w, 5"h.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £90

129

A Stickley contemporary oak table top jewel box, the hinged rising cover with an Art Nouveau influenced coloured wood motif within ebony framing, fitted one long drawer, with shaped apron to both frieze and supporting side panels, the base stamped 'Stickley' and numbered 897332, dated April 26 2007 and accompanied by a circular 'Stickley Manlius NY' label, 18"w, 7.5"h.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £180

130

A 19c Georgian style mahogany letter box with a hinged rising cover over a fitted interior, decorated with central patera motifs within satinwood line banding, 6.25"w, 8.25"h.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £65

132

A mid 19c mahogany cylinder top four compartment tantalus box containing four square gilt decorated decanters and stoppers, a/f one with chip to upper rim, 9"h, 7"w.

Est £250-300
Hammer: £240

133

A 19c Black Forest carved wood walking bear tantalus stand, he carrying on his back a large basket to hold the decanter, with attached drinking glass holders of which there are two more attached as branches to a log being carried by the bear, on a carved naturalistic domed base with an engraved decanter and stopper and one liqueur glass, 9.25"h.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £180

135

A mid 19c burr walnut needlework box of sarcophagus form profusely inlaid and decorated with cut mother of pearl panels with Oriental figures, birds, foliage and flowers and having four splayed corner feet. The hinged cover opens to reveal a letter to the interior of the lid, a fitted lift out tray containing carved mother of pearl mounted needle case and pin cushion, nine thread spools, a thimble, two pairs of scissors, a prod and a two bladed pearl handled folding knife, manufactured by J Turril, Regent Street. The lift out tray rises to reveal an open compartment, 13"w, 7.25"h.

Est £500-600
Hammer: £1250

136

A 19c Tunbridgeware figured walnut two compartment tea caddy, the hinged cover of chamfered form and decorated with two outer chequer and star bands surrounding a central diamond cubework motif, the interior silver papered and with two lift off compartment covers, on a baize covered base, 8"w.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £160

137

A contemporary Tunbridgeware dome topped jewel box, the hinged rising cover with a central dragonfly motif within an outer band of leaf and flowers repeated to the base, the base fitted and cord lined with lift out tray, the base signed Robert Vorley 1988, 9.5"w.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £130

138

A contemporary Tunbridgeware jewel box of octagonal form with a hinged cover, decorated with a central band of roses within outer chequered crossbanding, cord lined, 6.5"diam.

Est £80-100
Hammer: £40

144

A fruitwood solitaire board with carrying handle and box containing turned ivory markers, 9"w.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £120

145

An early 20c Staunton pattern boxwood and ebony chess set, the king 3.75"h, in mahogany box with sliding lid.

Est £120-120
Hammer: £110

147

A Victorian spice box, black lacquered and with gilt border decoration, the slightly domed hinged cover over fitted compartments for ginger, cloves, all spice, cinnamon, mace and nutmeg, with original grater, the rectangular box on ball feet, 6.75"w.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £140

148

An ivory fan, the parallel paper leaves painted with figures in landscapes settings, with pierced and painted sticks and guards, Continental late 18c, 10.5"l. in glazed frame, 21.5" x 12".

Est £300-350
Hammer: £450

153

An Oriental carved ivory figure of a Chinese gentleman seated and robed, seal mark to base, 5"h.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £100

154

A Japanese Meiji period ivory figure carved as a fisherman standing on a rock carrying two fish and smoking a pipe, base signed, 9.5"h.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £130

156

A Japanese Meiji period ivory card case with relief carved panels of village settings, 2.75" x 4.25".

Est £70-100
Hammer: £180

157

A European carved ivory figure group of a greyhound bitch with two pups, on a horn base, 2.5"w.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £90

170

A set of twelve Oriental zodiac seals, with incised panel carving and mounted by the panels of the zodiac, each 3"h.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £70

171

A 19c fleen with three steel blades, in horn case, 4.25" long closed.

Est £90-120
Hammer: £70

172

An early 20c Austrian Geschultz steel stamp box, gilt lined, with four compartments, the hinged cover inscribed with lilies, inscribed stamps to reverse, 3.25"w.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £48

173

A Napoleonic memoir box of circular medallion form, embossed and chased 'La valeure eur et la victoire' and containing nineteen circular black printed paper panels depicting various battles.

Est £80-100
Hammer: £110

174

A tube of twenty gilt metal commemorative tokens, commemorating British victories in the Peninsular War circa 1812/1815, manufactured by Thomason & Jones.

Est £150-180
Hammer: £130

175

A Cartier Trinity fountain pen, in original box.

Est £150-180
Hammer: £130

176

A 1920/30's bullet magazine cigarette case and a 1930's Flourette patent folding cigarette box, 2.25" and 4.25"w.

Est £30-50
Hammer: £50

177

An Horatio Nelson Foud Royant medallion, metal struck from the vessel after breaking up at Blackpool in 1897, in original box.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £70

179

Two scent bottles, one late 19c blue glass with domed gilt metal hinged cover and stopper and the other clear glass cased in wicker basket work with gold handles and mount, 2" and 3"h.

Est £50-80
Hammer: £55

180

Three 19c wax relief silhouettes, one the portrait of a lady, 2"h, a gentleman, 3.5"h, and one other of the same sitter, 3.25"h, framed and glazed.

Est £100-120
Hammer: £50

181

An oval silhouette - head and shoulders portrait in profile of a gentleman, John Ramsbottom, MP, framed in ebonised frame, 3" x 2.75".

Est £50-80
Hammer: £40

182

An oval silhouette of the Right Honourable Lady Mary Lennox, mother of the Duke of Richmond, head and shoulders in profile, she wearing a bonnet and high necked dress, in ebonised frame, 2.5" x 2.25".

Est £50-80
Hammer: £320

183

A pair of oval silhouettes of a lady and gentleman, he having curling hair and stock and lace chemise, she in profile wearing a high necked dress, signed on reverse D.R. Delint. 1867, in ebonised frames, ovals 3.5" x 2.75".

Est £100-150
Hammer: £40

184

Two oval portrait silhouette miniatures of a gentleman and lady , he with head and shoulders in profile, she with ribbon bonnet and in profile, in ebonised frames, each oval 3.5" x 2.75".

Est £100-150
Hammer: £150

185

Two oval portrait silhouettes of gentleman, both head and shoulders in profile, in ebonised frames, ovals 3.25" x 2.5".

Est £100-120
Hammer: £60

186

Two portrait miniatures of a gentleman and lady in profile, in oval frames, both 4" x 3".

Est £60-80
Hammer: £55

187

Two oval portrait miniature silhouettes of a young boy and young lady he with a large hat, both with gilt highlights, in ebonised frames, lady, oval 3" x 2", boy 4" x 2.5".

Est £50-70
Hammer: £60

188

A 19c silhouette portrait miniature cut out of a gentleman in a top hat, in maple frame, 4.25" x 3".

Est £60-80
Hammer: £50

194

Diane Branscombe - framed miniature painting of brandy and pears, oil on board, signed, framed and glazed, 3.75" x 2.5".

Est £100-120
Hammer: £140

195

Janet Sheath - miniature watercolour painting of eggshells and willow pattern, signed, framed and glazed, 2.25" x 6".

Est £80-100
Hammer: £70

196

Rosalind Pierson - a pair of miniature paintings, Evening Sky and Evening Light, watercolour on board, signed, framed, 2.75" x 3.75".

Est £80-100
Hammer: £70

197

Jeanne Holder - framed miniature painting of figs, oil on board, signed, 3.25" x 4.75".

Est £80-100
Hammer: £125

198

Diane Branscombe - miniature painting, cross stitch, oil on panel, signed, framed, 2.75" x 3.75".

Est £90-120
Hammer: £110

199

Michael Bartlett - framed miniature watercolour of a Native Officer, Fane's Horse, on ivorine, signed in mono, framed, 4" x 3".

Est £150-180
Hammer: £120

202

Stephen Gordon - black and white engraving of a crowing gamecock in silver easel frame, 5" x 3.25".

Est £40-60
Hammer: £80

203

An early 19c pair cased verge pocket watch the backplate signed Hayley & Percival, London and numbered 1670. The flat balance has a finely chased and pierced balance cock and gun barrel pillars. The 1.5" diam white enamel dial has Roman numerals and moon hands and is contained in plain base metal pair cases previously gilt. The watch is 2"diam overall.

Est £120-150
Hammer: £110

205

An Omega 'De Ville' automatic gents steel wristwatch.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £210

207

A Movado Ermeto chronometer purse watch, silver gilt, stamped 0.935, registered number 1208447, in fish skin case, with original outer velvet lined box, 2.75" wide open.

Est £250-300
Hammer: £290

209

A William IV gold coin pendant in a 9ct gold case with a chain.

Est £400-400
Hammer: £380

210

An 18ct gold pill box with engine turned decoration and being of oval form, the hinged cover cast as a robed and seated lady in a battlefield environment, 1"w.

Est £350-400
Hammer: £380

211

An Edwardian gold and silver hunting horn bar brooch, 2.25"l.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £35

212

An 18ct gold diamond set Scottie dog bar brooch, 2.25"l.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £220

213

A platinum and diamond bar brooch set with nine spaced graduated and cut sapphires, 3 1/8"w.

Est £250-300
Hammer: £320

216

A 14ct gold alexandrite pendant brooch, approximately 10ct.

Est £180-200
Hammer: £220

226

An Edwardian 9ct white gold bracelet, set with five floral carved cameos.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £140

229

A gold on silver sapphire and gem set butterfly brooch.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £400

233

An 18ct white gold sapphire and diamond set ring.

Est £600-650
Hammer: £520

234A

A string of cherry amber beads

Est £150
Hammer: £200

234

A Perisan Achaemenid Dynasty (700-330BC) gitl metal ornament from Priests Headress, framed and glazed, the pin gilt glazed and silvered handles in original presentation box.

Est £50-80
Hammer: £50

236

A Cohn Danish sterling silver condiment of tapering form with bead decoration, 2.5"h.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £90

238

A boxed set of Meka Danish silver and enamel three piece condiment, in box.

Est £120-150
Hammer: £110

239

A boxed set of six David Andersen sterling silver and coloured enamel coffee spoons, in presentation box.

Est £80-100
Hammer: £75

242

Two Christopher Nigel Lawrence silver gilt toadstool figure groups based on an Easter theme, one with two elves taking from an easter egg, the other an elf with a large easter egg attracting a fairy in a leaf and flower setting, both on slate bases, 5.5"h.

Est £250-300
Hammer: £80

243

An Edwardian hat pin stand formed by two golf clubs, on a circular base, Chester 1909, 5.5"h.

Est £50-70
Hammer: £80

245

A set of eight teaspoons with fruit and berry embossed bowls, London 1814, together with two others.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £50

246

A George II marrow spoon by Chas. Cachart, London 1752, 8.5"l.

Est £100-120
Hammer: £120

247

A George V bonbon basket with an engraved clear glass liner, with pierced body and fixed handle, on a circular stepped base, Birmingham 1913, 6.5"h.

Est £50-70
Hammer: £50

248

An Edwardian presentation two handled bowl of oval form with two pierced rococo and leaf side handles and with a knife of similar design, in presentation box, London 1901, 6.25"l.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £55

249

A late Victorian bonbon dish of circular lobed form, supported by three mythical beast masks, on scrolling feet, Birmingham 1896, 4.5oz, 5"w.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £80

251

A Victorian paper knife with a carved ivory blade and cast and embossed wrythen handle, 15"l.

Est £50-70
Hammer: £50

252

A late Victorian paper knife with a carved ivory blade and silver rope twist handle, London 1892, 16"l.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £50

253

A late Victorian Georgian style baluster sugar caster embossed and chased throughout and with a pierced and domed cover, on a circular stepped foot, Chester 1900, 5.6oz, 8.5"h.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £65

254

An Edwardian sugar basket on stand, the boat shaped basket with a pierced outer rim, embossed and chased with a band of flowers and scrollwork and supported on a spreading stem with oval foot, Birmingham 1902, 7.5oz, 7.25"w.

Est £90-120
Hammer: £70

256

An Art Deco period silver table top two compartment cigar box, Birmingham 1938, 9"w.

Est £200-200
Hammer: £180

257

An early 20c fruit bowl of ovoid form, pierced within a cast outer reel border, 11.7oz, London 1929, 10.5"w.

Est £120-140
Hammer: £85

258

A George V boxed set of twelve cut yellow stained liqueur glasses with silver holders cast and embossed with dancing figures and having scroll handles, each 2"h, London 1912.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £160

259

A pair of William IV rococo style baluster candlesticks with lift out socles, makers mark for Henry Wilkinson & Co, London 1836, filled, 8"h.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £180

260

An Art Deco period early 18c style coffee pot of tapering form with a straight spout and having a hinged domed cover with urn finial, with scrolling handle, London 1923, 17oz, 9"h.

Est £250-250
Hammer: £240

262

A presentation salver of square shaped form with a raised and stepped serpentine border and supported on four scrolling legs, Sheffield 1939, 48oz, 14"w. The presentation reads 'Presented by William Hamilton & Co Ltd to Madame Simoponlos on the occasion of the launch of SS Primrose Hill at Port Glasgow, 25th June 1941'.

Est £500-600
Hammer: £450

263

A presentation silver salver with a shaped and carved shell border resting on three hoof feet with inscription 'The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment' and signed by the officers, Sheffield 1918, 30oz.

Est £300-350
Hammer: £270

265

A three piece silver tea service comprising teapot, sucrier and cream jug with gadrooned cast upper rim on ball feet and with angular handles, London 1920, 30oz.

Est £300-350
Hammer: £270

266

A late 19c/early 20c silver salver with a cast raised border on three scroll feet, Birmingham, 16oz.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £160

267

An early 19c Mappin & Webb twelve setting canteen of cutlery in a mahogany canteen with side carrying handles, pull out slides and supported on straight carved and tapering legs with castors, 23.75"w, 41"h.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £300

268

A collection of eighteen late 18c/early 19c Georgian style wine glasses all with round funnel bowls, half facet cut, supported on facet cut stems with slightly domed plain circular feet, six 7"h, eight 6.5"h, three 6"h and five 5.5"h, a/f one with chip to edge of foot rim. Together with one cordial glass 5"h.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £160

269

A 19c English press moulded roemmer, the bowl engraved with fruiting vine, the stem with base knop and on circular slightly domed foot, 6.5"h.

Est £50-70
Hammer: £40

271

An English wine glass with an engraved trumpet bowl, on a short stem with domed folded foot, circa 1780, 4"h.

Est £50-80
Hammer: £40

272

An 18c English wine glass with a bell shaped bowl, short stem and on a domed folded foot, circa 1760/1770, 5"h.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £65

273

A 19c ice cream glass with conical bowl, on a knopped stem with circular foot, 4"h.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £20

274

A late 18c dram glass with engraved ovoid bowl, on plain stem with circular lemon squeezer foot, 3.75"h.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £85

282

An 18c English wine glass, the trumpet bowl with swelling base on stem with a pair of opaque spiral threads outside a vertical cable, on domed foot, circa 1760/1770, 6.25"h.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £160

284

An 18c English wine glass with pointed round funnel bowl with shallow base knop, on a stem with annulated knop over a lower stem with opaque spiral threads outside a vertical gauze, on domed foot, circa 1760/1770, 6.25"h.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £420

285

An 18c English wine glass, the bell shaped bowl on a single knopped opaque twist stem, on domed foot, 6.5"h.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £190

286

Four late 19c/early 20c facon de Venise champagne glasses with drawn conical bowls, engraved with a lady and gentleman within scrollwork and leaf, on short wrythen gilded knop stems with domed feet, 7.5"h.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £70

287

A pair of early 19c square based roemmers, the ovoid bowls half facet cut under a band of fruiting vine and wheat ears, on short knopped stems with star cut to base, each 5.75"h.

Est £90-120
Hammer: £90

288

A set of six Stuart wine glasses with engraved funnel bowls and facet cut tapering stems on domed feet, 6"h.

Est £120-150
Hammer: £50

291

A 19c lacemakers water lens, the spiral stem on a circular foot, 3.5"h.

Est £30-40
Hammer: £90

292

A late 18c square spirit decanter and stopper, 8.5"h.

Est £30-40
Hammer: £20

293

A pair of 19c opaque and white cut overlay glass table lustres, painted with alternate panels of flowers between gilt scrolls, each hung with ten clear glass lustres, 10.5"h.

Est £250-300
Hammer: £480

296

A William Walker Scottish landscape art glass vase, signed to base, circa 1984, 5.5"h.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £40

299

A Whitefriars indigo cased vase, pattern no.9651, 9.5"h.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £40

300

Two Whitefriars willow cased vases designed by Geoffrey Baxter, 6.25"h & 9.75"h.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £30

301

A Whitefriars kingfisher blue basket weave vase pattern no.9667, designed by Geoffrey Baxter, 10.5"h.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £75

302

A Whitefriars triangular cinnamon bark vase designed by Geoffrey Baxter, pattern no.9674, 6.75"h.

Est £80-100
Hammer: £150

303

A Whitefriars cinnamon banjo vase designed by Geoffrey Baxter, pattern no.9681, 12.5"h.

Est £400-500
Hammer: £450

304

Ronald Stennett Willson for J Wuidart & Co Ltd, a smoked grey decanter and stopper together with six glasses, the decanter 9.5"h, the glasses 2"h.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £20

305

Two Kosta Bertil Vallian rainbow vases, 6.5" and 7.25"h.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £30

306

Anthony Stern, a white cased swirl vase of cylindrical form, signed and dedicated to base, dated 1978, 6.5"h.

Est £50-80
Hammer: £25

307

A Kosta Vicke Lindstrand iceberg paperweight engraved with a figure, signed to base, numbered 90032, 4.25"h.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £20

308

A Whitefriars flint architectural slab, 6.75"w.

Est £50-60
Hammer: £85

309

A Whitefriars studio range vase , ruby with blue streaks, pattern number 9886, 7.25"h.

Est £80-120
Hammer: £125

310

An Art Deco Muller Freres clouded speckled vase of ovoid form, signed near base, 6.25"h.

Est £80-120
Hammer: £40

311

A large crystal pedestal bowl wheel engraved with dancing figures and a piper, signed Gaye, 9.25"h, 9.75"diam.

Est £80-120
Hammer: £55

317

A John Ditchfield Glasform iridescent paperweight decorated with lilies, mounted with a small pewter frog, signed to base 'J Ditchfield, Glasform', 5.5"diam.

Est £30-50
Hammer: £75

318

Four John Ditchfield Glasform iridescent paperweights comprising two apples, 3.5" & 2.5"h, mushroom, 2.75"h, and duck, 4.25"h, duck signed 'Glasform', the others unsigned but with factory labels.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £120

319

Three John Ditchfield Glasform pear paperweights, from 3.75" to 4.5"h, unsigned but with factory labels to base.

Est £40-50
Hammer: £50

320

A John Ditchfield Glasform iridescent pig, pink, signed 'Glasform' to base with factory label, 6.5"l.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £70

321

A John Ditchfield Glasform iridescent frog paperweight, signed 'J Ditchfield, Glasform' to base, 5.5"h.

Est £50-80
Hammer: £210

322

A John Ditchfield Glasform iridescent seated dog, signed 'Glasform' to base with label, 5.75"h.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £70

323

A French Royales de Champagne Art Deco style scent bottle formed with a peacock, signed to base, 6"h.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £100

325

A pair of late 19c/early 20c Japanese Imari baluster vases with raised gilded swirling dragons and with domed lids, 21"h.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £190

326

A 19c Chinese celadon underglaze blue jar and lid decorated with phoenix and peonies, 8.5"h.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £90

327

A Sancai green and yellow glazed dog of fo, 7.5"h.

Est £40-50
Hammer: £10

328

A Japanese Meiji period Hirado dog, with reticulated ball, blue and white, a/f ear re-glued, 4.75"h.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £40

329

A pair of late 19c Oriental yellow glazed miniature baluster vases, 2.25"h.

Est £50-80
Hammer: £65

330

A Japanese Meiji period Kutani vase of hexagonal baluster form, signed to base, 7"h.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £45

331

A Japanese Meiji period satsuma shallow bowl with an eight lobed upper rim, decorated with rats and a feather, in a gilt dotted background, signature to base, 6"diam.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £700

332

A Japanese Meiji period satsuma shallow bowl, with an eight lobed upper rim, the central panel decorated with figures in a landscape, the child carrying a bow, within an outer butterfly border, 6"w.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £700

333

An 18c/19c Chinese blue and white vase decorated with bats and clouds, green, yellow and red enamelled with a dragon encircling the neck. Quianlong seal mark to base, a/f, 11.5"h.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £70

334

A Japanese Meiji period Kutani six sided bowl in typical palette with an interior scene of figures seated and in discussion, signature to base, 6"diam.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £70

336

A 19c Chinese celadon jar, underglaze blue decoration, with a later wooden lid, a/f star crack to base, 12"h.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £70

338

A pair of 19c Chinese famille rose tea bowls, signed to base.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £30

342

A late 19c Japanese Imari large dish decorated with two large carp and smaller fish, 15.5"diam.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £190

343

A late 19c Japanese large Imari dish decorated with carp and turtles, 15.5"diam.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £190

345

Three floral painted rectangular porcelain plaques, two within gilt frames and signed, F. Scott and D. Lucas, together with one unframed and unsigned, each 6.5" x 4.25".

Est £150-200
Hammer: £60

348

Four 19c Minton dessert plates each with a central painted view and having pierced borders of geometric design highlighted with gilding, pattern no.6090, 9.25"diam.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £80

349

A pair of 19c porcelain chambersticks in the form of lady huntresses, each with a gun and standing beside a floral encrusted tree trunk and supported on a scroll base applied with flowers, a/f, each 6.5"h.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £70

350

An early 19c Derby figure of a woman with a milk pail, crown and cross batons mark in red to base, 7.25"h, together with a wooden yoke and two other pails.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £50

351

An early 19c Staffordshire pearlware bocage figure of a lady Archer with bow, arrow and target on a base applied with flowers, a/f, 7.25"h.

Est £80-120
Hammer: £40

352

A pair of Paris porcelain figural candlesticks, 'JP' mark in blue to base, a/f, each 13.25"h.

Est £140-160
Hammer: £130

353

An 18c Creamware commemorative teabowl painted with the naive portraits of Prince William of Orange and his wife, Princess Sophia Wilhelmina, a/f, together with a childs teabowl and saucer painted with flowers, a/f.

Est £180-220
Hammer: £140

354

A Minton Game Pie dish with liner, dish and lid a/f, the lid moulded with hare, moorhen and mallard, impressed marks, 13" x 8".

Est £140-180
Hammer: £120

355

A late 18c Chamberlains Worcester sauce tureen and cover, a/f, together with a dessert dish, pattern no.75.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £60

356

A Meissen rectangular desk stand painted with flowers and insects and having two recesses for cylindrical inkpots and covers, crossed swords mark in blue and incised numerals to base, 8.75"w.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £110

361

A pair of Staffordshire figures of a boy and girl, possibly Prince of Wales and Princess Royal, each riding a goat, each 5.5"h.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £50

363

A pair of early 19c oval blue and white tureen stands printed with a willow type pattern and having pierced basket weave borders, one a/f, each 11" x 8.75".

Est £80-100
Hammer: £30

364

A pair of 19c porcelain vases of rococo form painted with exotic birds and having ornate scroll handles and gilt dentil borders, each 8.5"h.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £100

368

A Meissen figure of Cupid sharpening his arrows and supported on a stepped circular base, crossed swords mark in blue and numerals to base, a/f, 6.5"h.

Est £
Hammer: £170

370

A pair of Royal Worcester vases of blush apricot ground, each painted with flowers and having mask handles, shape no. 1410, each 15"h.

Est £200-200
Hammer: £190

374

A terracotta marble glazed table top bird call in the form of a dove perched on a bough with other smaller birds below, 9"h.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £30

375

A pair of late 19c scent bottles of square form, white glazed with gilt decoration, each sidebearing an armorial crest with motto 'Fortiter Occup Portum', and having silver plated screw tops, 2.5"w, 4.25"h.

Est £80-100
Hammer: £120

376

An 18c blue and white English delft wet drug jar with short spout, named for 'OX.SIMP' over an angel mask with tassel, a/f, 7"h.

Est £250-300
Hammer: £350

377

An 18c blue and white English delft dry drug jar of baluster form, named for 'U.BASSILIC.N' above an angel mask with tassel, 7.25"h.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £400

378

A late 19c Doulton Lambeth stoneware jug by Francis E Lee incised stylistic floral decoration and silver rim, impressed and signed to base, 9.5"h.

Est £120-150
Hammer: £160

379

An early 20c Royal Doulton series ware jardiniere decorated with seven dancing maidens, four playing musical instruments with a Greek key rim, stamped to base and numbered D2062, 11.5"h, 14"w.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £40

380

A 1930's Royal Doulton figurine, Sibell, HN1695, 6.5"h.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £110

381

A pair of 19c green white threaded floraform vases, 8.5"h.

Est £50-80
Hammer: £115

382

A Danish Holm Sorensen & Co blue glass lamp with brass fitting and base, factory label attached, 25"h including fittings.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £160

383

A mid 20c Meissen porcelain figure group of 18c Officer on horseback playing drums, blue cross swords to base, 6"w, 8.5"h.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £400

384

A late 19c Burmantofts faience vase, no.2087, tube lined and incised decoration, floral decoration in shades of blue, turquoise and green, impressed marks to base, 8.5"h.

Est £100-120
Hammer: £100

385

An early 20c Bernard Moore crystalline flambe vase, impressed and stamped to base, 7.5"h.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £20

386

A Della Robbia pottery vase by Violet Woodhouse, incised and painted with flowers in shades of yellow, green and brown, 7.5"h.

Est £80-120
Hammer: £170

388

Three pieces of Moorcroft comprising Magnolia ashtray, 6.5"w, Anemone pin tray, 3.25"w, and a small baluster Hibiscus vase, 3.75"h, all with factory marks to base.

Est £100-120
Hammer: £45

390

A Moorcroft Hibiscus planter decorated on a blue ground, 5.25"h.

Est £100-120
Hammer: £90

391

A Moorcroft Anemone vase of blauster form decorated on a blue ground, signed to base, 12.25"h.

Est £180-200
Hammer: £170

392

A pair of Art Deco Amphora Riessner, Stellmacher & Kessel vases decorated with Egyptian panels on a blue ground, stamped to base, no.15333, 13.5"h.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £50

393

Three pairs of graduated Royal Copenhagen modernist style vases of rectangular form, white glazed with concentrix circle panels with central ball, circa 1969/74, factory mark to base with artists monogram, pairs measuring 7", 5.75" & 3.75"h.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £120

394

An Art Nouveau Mintons secessionist tube lined jardiniere stand, glazed in greens, factory marks to base, no.14a, 28"h.

Est £150-150
Hammer: £210

395

A 1930's Art Deco Clarice Cliff Delecia vase of ovoid form, circular base, drip decorated in shades of orange, blue, pirple and green, stamped to base, Delecia hand painted Bizarre by Clarice Cliffe, Newport Pottery, England, 6.5"h.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £120

396

A 1930's Art Deco Clarice Cliff Crocus pattern conical milk jug, stamped marks to base, a/f, 4"h.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £65

403

A pair of 20c Sitzendorf porcelain figure, sheep shearer and shepherdess, he seated on a stump, 9.5"h, she seated on a stump with lamb, 9"h, both with blue factory stamp to base.

Est £120-180
Hammer: £40

406

A pair of 20c Meissen porcelain figures, shepherd and shepherdess, female holding a lamb and the male with lamb at foot and begging dog, a/f, blue underglaze cross sword mark to each base, no.61006, and no.61005, 11" & 11.5"h.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £520

407

A Royal Copenhagen Percheron horse designed by Carl J Bonnesen, no.471, date code 1969/74, 11.25"h.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £130

408

Will Young Runnaford pottery figure groups Uncle Tom Cobbley and Widdicombe Fair, 11" & 10"l.

Est £80-100
Hammer: £90

409

A French Sarreguemines character jug impressed marks to base, no.2313, 9"h.

Est £50-80
Hammer: £20

410

A Royal Worcester cylindrical vase with pierced rim, handpainted with a pheasant by James hadley, circa 1912, 3.5"h.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £240

411

A Royal Worcester pedestal vase handpainted with a peacock in naturalistic setting by Amrose Hood, circa 1907, stamped to base and no.281/5067, 7.5"h.

Est £150-150
Hammer: £150

413

A mid 19c Staffordshire two handled pottery frog mug, trnasfer printed with the print 'The Two Allies, tied and allied', 5h.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £180

415

A 19c Zsolnay Pecs vase of ribbed abluster form with a tapering neck and pan rim, decorated with heart, scale and floral panels in shades of purple, blue, green and peach, stamped factory mark to base, impressed no.821, a/f, 9.5"h.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £450

416

A series of four 19c woven silk stevengraphs depicting the hunt and including the Meet, the First Point, the Full Cry and the Death, each framed and glazed, 2.5" x 6".

Est £100-140
Hammer: £70

417

A 17c Needlework picture embroidered in silks and silver thread on silver gilt ground, the Scourging of Christ, framed and glazed, 5" x 4.25".

Est £100-150
Hammer: £40

420

Antique map - Hyberniae Novissima Descriptio 1591 by Hendrik Hondius, coloured, framed and glazed, 13.25" x 20.5".

Est £250-300
Hammer: £20

421

Antique map - The Kingdome of Scotland by John Speed 1610, coloured with glazed back panel giving Scotlands general desciption page 131 and 132 of book three, 14.75" x 20".

Est £200-250
Hammer: £550

423

Antique map - Regni Sueciae Tabula Generalis, Divisa in Sueciae, Gotiae, published by Dewit F. Amsterdam 1680, this being a map centred on Finland including part of Sweden, Norway and Russia, unframed, 20" x 23".

Est £150-200
Hammer: £80

425

An antique print of two sphere's and two globes titled 'Sphere de Copernic, Sphere de Ptolemee, Globe Terrestre and Globe Celeste' with printed description, supported on rams head terminal columns with splayed leaf bases, framed and glazed, 11.5" x 18.5".

Est £100-150
Hammer: £130

430

An antique coloured map of Buckinghamshire and Bedfordshire - Buckingamiae Comitatus Cum Bedfordiensi by Joannem Janssonium, circa 1640, framed and glazed, 16" x 20".

Est £150-200
Hammer: £50

431

Four poster prints - 'I Owe it all to LCC evening classes' three by Bert Thomas and one by Grimes, published by E G Savage, Education Officer, The County Hall, Westminster Bridge, SE1, unframed 30" x 20".

Est £120-150
Hammer: £150

432

Nine WWII Civial Defence posters, including Trained Nurses, Dont Wait Post Eearly, Threshold of a New World WRAC, Save Bread, For the Performance of Task Alotted, Join the Rescue Section, Follow his Example, Join your neighbours in Civil Defence, and You Waste Paper is Urgently needed now, issue by HM Government and by the Board of Trade, each 40.75" x 10".

Est £120-150
Hammer: £180

435

Signed indistinctly - a Parisian cafe and antique shop, limited edition, being an artists proof 13/25, framed and glazed, 47" x 36".

Est £150-200
Hammer: £110

438

A collection of thirty three 19c Chinese coloured prints, all unframed in folios and comprising twelve prints from the mural paintings of the Tunhuang Caves, being Selection A, eleven from the mural painting of Tunhuang Third series and Ten mural paintings of the Tunhuang Caves selection B, with index, each approximately 9" x 12".

Est £250-300
Hammer: £310

439

Two late 19c Japanese coloured and titled prints - depicting scenes of Samurai Warriors, framed and glazed, 14" x 9.5".

Est £70-100
Hammer: £50

440

Two early 20c Japanese prints one depicting a boat wreck and the other an Emperor with a lady, both framed and glazed, approximately 6.75" x 5.5".

Est £40-50
Hammer: £40

442

A late 17c/early 18c black and white engraving of the prospect of Munich Germany, framed and glazed, 10" x 41.5".

Est £70-100
Hammer: £170

445

A Louis Sidoli Elvis Presley print - Most Wanted, signed and titled in pencil, being no.495, released winter 2010, framed and glazed, 19.25" x 18.75".

Est £150-150
Hammer: £140

446

Three Eve Marilyn photographic limited edition prints of Marilyn Monroe by photographer Eve Arnold and titled 'A Thoughtful Moment, The Misfits 1960', 'Marliyn and Friend, The Misfits 1960' and 'On set of the Misfits 1960', all signed, framed and glazed, 18" x 12". Together with Mount Sinai, Long Island 1955, signed framed and glazed, 20" x 30".

Est £350-350
Hammer: £520

447

A collection of seven mid 20c advertising prints taken from magazine publications and including Mazola, Budweiser, Campbells soups, Kelloggs Cornflakes, Heinz mince meat, Quick Quaker oaks, Cocacola the paws that refreshes, framed and glazed, each approximately 13" x 10".

Est £200-250
Hammer: £80

454

Sam Towers - a pair, Ansteys Cove, Torquay and Friars Craig, looking towards Borrowdale, signed, watercolours, gilt framed and glazed, each 13" x 18".

Est £250-300
Hammer: £280

456

Signed in mono - acorns and rosehip on a mossy bank, signed in mono, watercolour, framed and glazed, 5" x 7".

Est £100-150
Hammer: £90

460

F Varley - sunset over the River Nile, signed, ewatercolour, framed and glazed, 7" x 15.5".

Est £80-100
Hammer: £320

462

Joshua Wood Whymper 1854 - Richmond, Yorks, signed watercolour, framed and glazed, 13.25" x 25".

Est £200-300
Hammer: £280

463

Ernest Stuart - Waves, Newquay, Cornwall, signed, watercolour, framed and glazed, 10" x 29".

Est £150-200
Hammer: £180

465

Hafelfinger - pencil drawing of a seated bear, signed, unframed, 6.5" x 9".

Est £50-80
Hammer: £35

466

Rene Blair - Ruinous Cost of Living, pen and ink cartoon, signed Blair, unframed, 8" x 10".

Est £70-100
Hammer: £45

467

Rene Blair - three portraits of Roscoe Burnett, Douglas MacPherson and William Little, all members of the Langham Sketch club, signed, black chalk and watercolour highlighted, two 12" x 8"., the other 13" x 9.5".

Est £150-200
Hammer: £150

468

V. Pomorishatz 1921 - four soldiers on a cliff top acknowledging reaching there homeland, signed and dated, pencil and watercolour, unframed, 14" x 23".

Est £100-150
Hammer: £90

475

Unsigned - late 19c Ludgate Hill, St Pauls in background, unsigned, oil on canvas on board, framed, 13" x 9".

Est £150-200
Hammer: £200

476

Unsigned 19c - four sheep on a hillock, unsigned oil on canvas, framed and glazed, 8.75" x 12.5".

Est £1,050-200
Hammer: £140

477

Unsigned 19c painting on glass of a young Officer, framed 14" x 10".

Est £70-100
Hammer: £130

478

W F Maitland 1909 - Scottish coastal fishing village, oil on board, framed and glazed, 8" x 11.5".

Est £100-140
Hammer: £80

481

Signed indistinctly - early 19c French Le Toilette Du Martin, dated, oil on canvas, framed, 10.25" x 8.25".

Est £200-300
Hammer: £380

482

Signed indistinctly - impressionist period, landscape with trees and woodland oil on canvas using the divisionist technique, framed and glazed, 15" x 19".

Est £300-500
Hammer: £240

484

In the manner of Francesco Albani - three females representing earth, air and water, in the clouds, oil on canvas, paper label to reverse, framed, 18.5" x 22.5". This painting was catalogued in the sale by auction at Thirlestane House, Cheltenham, from the collection of the late Lord Northewick, 1859.

Est £1,000-1,500
Hammer: £1500

487

Unsigned 19c - steam and sail cruiser Avelon, leaving harbour, oil on canvas, framed, 19.5" x 35.5".

Est £300-400
Hammer: £680

488

Unsigned late 19c/early 20c English school - two boys fishing, on a river, bordered by willow trees, oil on canvas, framed, 23" x 35".

Est £300-400
Hammer: £300

497

Michael Smart - The Battle of Biggin Hill, 92 Squadron East India 1940, signed and dated, oil on board, framed, 8" x 10.75".

Est £80-100
Hammer: £240

498

Signed in mono AM - cattle at rest in a field, oil on board, framed, 9.5" x 13.5".

Est £90-120
Hammer: £150

500

Brian Bennett - The Grand Union Canal, Berkhamsted, signed in mono, framed, oil on board, 15" x 19".

Est £60-80
Hammer: £70

501

Peter Greenham - women reading by the sea, signed in mono, oil on board, framed and glazed, 9.5" x 15".

Est £600-800
Hammer: £2400

504

A. Pezant - cattle with drover on a roadway, signed, oil on board, framed and glazed, 12" x 15.5".

Est £200-250
Hammer: £240

505

John Buxton Knight - Chorley Wood Common, signed, oil on canvas, framed, 19.5" x 35.5".

Est £300-400
Hammer: £420

506

Peter Deighan - over the last fence, signed, oil on canvas, unframed, 28" x 36".

Est £200-300
Hammer: £170

508

Clement McAleer - a landcsape, signed, mixed media, framed and glazed, 30" x 34".

Est £320-400
Hammer: £300

509

Clement McAleer - deep blue sea, mixed media, signed, framed and glazed, 37" x 39".

Est £320-400
Hammer: £300

511

A late Victorian mahogany side cabinet fitted shelves and eight folio compartments, enclosed by fielded panelled doors, with panel back and upper tier shelf, on carved turned supports, with moulded base, 43.5"w, 57.5"h.

Est £300-350
Hammer: £220

512

A 19c figured mahogany breakfront linen press of substantial form, fitted with a central cupboard with five pull out linen shelves over two short and two long drawers, flanked by two hanging robes each with single base drawer under two dummy drawer fronts and a fielded panel, enclosed by hinged side doors, all under dentil moulded cornice on a moulded plinth, 84"h, 80"w.

Est £500-700
Hammer: £750

513

A late Regency mahogany slight bow front sideboard with raised back panel, fitted one central drawer over a shaped frieze, flanked by two side cupboards and supported on straight square tapering legs with pointed feet, 72"w, 49"h.

Est £500-700
Hammer: £320

516

A 19c Continental fruitwood plank top extending dining table, 156"l open with leaf, 37"w, 29"h.

Est £400-600
Hammer: £360

517

A 19c Oriental plank top refectory style dining table on straight square legs with open brackets on square carved pad feet, 28.5"w, 94"l, 28"h.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £200

518

A Victorian mahogany wind out extending dining table of rectangular form with moulded edge and rounded corners, having one additional leaf and supported on a shallow frieze with carved baluster and fluted legs with castors, 77"w open, 28.5"h.

Est £400-600
Hammer: £150

519

A Victorian mahogany partners desk, the top of rectangular form with original leather insert, edge moulded and supported on pedestal base, fitted two opposing long drawers flanked by two short drawers, pedestals fitted with two shelved cupboards with opposing six short drawers, on moulded plinths with castors, 64"l, 41"w, 31.5"h.

Est £600-800
Hammer: £1050

520

A late 19c/early 20c Georgian style mahogany pedestal desk of rectangular form with green tooled leather insert, over three frieze drawers and each pedestal having three short drawers on plain plinths, 60"w, 29"h.

Est £300-350
Hammer: £380

521

A late Georgian mahogany sideboard of bow front form, crossbanded and ebony line inlaid, with one short drawer over one deep drawer flanked by two deep bottle drawers and supported on six ring turned baluster legs with pointed feet, 54"w.

Est £400-500
Hammer: £280

525

A Victorian oak baroque partners desk profusely carved and with original tooled leather table top insert, fitted drawers and enclosed by hinged panelled doors, 72"l, 42"w, 32"h.

Est £600-800
Hammer: £580

528

An Edwardian mahogany military chest of split construction with brass fittings and flush fitting handles, having two upper short drawers over one long deep drawer and two further long drawers, with ball feet, 36"w, 41"h.

Est £300-350
Hammer: £720

529

A 19c painted chest of two short and three long drawers with turned bun handles, 42"w, 37.75"h.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £520

530

A 19c simulated bamboo painted chest of four long graduated drawers with turned bun handles and supported on raised and pointed ball feet, 41.75"w, 42"h.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £680

532

An early 19c mahogany military chest of split construction with side carrying handles, having two short and three long graduated drawers, on turn off pointed feet, a/f repair required, 36"w, 36"h.

Est £600-400
Hammer: £580

533

A George III figured mahogany chest of four long graduated drawers, crossbanded and ebony line inlaid, supported on bracket feet, 31"w, 32"h.

Est £250-300
Hammer: £250

535

A Victorian parlour golf game invented by Henry D Booth and being of circular fitted form on splayed legs with cross stretchers, 16"diam, 24"h.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £140

537

A Victorian burr walnut and ebonised side cabinet with ormolu mounts, a central painted porcelain panel within satinwood line inlay, shelved interior enclosed by two hinged doors within column canted corners on pointed ball feet, 47.5"w, 43.5"h.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £110

538

An early Victorian rosewood pole screen on a twist carved column with a domed circular base supported on three paw feet with brass poles supporting a needlework picture of two ladies in a garden setting with dogs and birds, 56"h.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £50

540

A Victorian burr walnut circular pedestal tripod table, the column reeded and ring turned on three splayed cabriole legs with knurl feet, 30"diam, 29"h.

Est £250-300
Hammer: £240

541

A mid Victorian figured walnut davenport, the top slope of serpentine form, leathered and rising to reveal a well with four short drawers, under a three quarter pierced gallery, on a base fitted four short drawers with four opposing drawers, with cabriole carved supports on platforms with balled feet, 22"w, 37"h.

Est £250-300
Hammer: £120

542

A mid Victorian walnut davenport with leather slope over well, fitted three open compartments under an upper letter box with pen and ink compartment, over four long side drawers with four opposing drawers, on a platform base with castors, 21"w, 32.5"h.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £150

543

A 19c kingwood marquetry side table of rectangular serpentine form, the table top with a tooled leather insert within an outer marquetry border, over one long drawer with shaped apron, supported on square tapering cabriole legs conjoined by undertier shelf with central marquetry foliate panel, with ormolu mounts throughout, 23.5"w, 28.5"h.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £250

544

A 19c mahogany dentists cabinet of square pedestal form, on castors, with a hinged rising cover over a well with fitted bottle compartments, having two slides over two short drawers enclosed by a single door, over three long drawers and one opposing short drawer, on short square legs with castors, 17.75"w, 36.75"h.

Est £250-300
Hammer: £110

545

A late Georgian mahogany dwarf chest of three long graduated drawers with brass swing handles on round backplates, having short bracket feet, 21.5"w, 20"h.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £290

548

An early Victorian mahogany pot cupboard with a three quarter gallery, the cupboard enclosed by a single hinged door and supported on straight square legs, 15"w, 33.5"h.

Est £90-120
Hammer: £120

549

A pair of Georgian upholstered wingback armchairs with scrolling shaped arms, on bold shaped supports, the cabriole legs with carved knees and paw feet, 31"w, 41"h.

Est £400-500
Hammer: £920

550

A William IV mahogany wine cellarette of sarcophagus form, with gadroon carved edging and supported on bold lion paw feet, 25"w, 19.5"h.

Est £250-300
Hammer: £400

551

A Japanese Meiji period carved hardwood centre table of rectangular form with a beaded edge, having carved and pierced frieze, supported on straight carved legs with slightly splayed pad feet conjoined by a three tier undertier shelf of similar design, 30"w, 31.5"h.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £250

553

A late Regency period mahogany shell backed hall chair with oval college crest, supported on ring turned and carved front tapering legs and rear swept legs.

Est £90-120
Hammer: £110

554

A 19c figured mahogany plinth of square panelled tapering form, on square carved base, 13.5"w, 46.5"h.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £190

555

A late Georgian figured mahogany side cabinet fitted one long drawer over cupboard enclosed by a single door, flanked by split canted columns, on front bun feet and rear bracket feet, 35"w, 36"h.

Est £350-400
Hammer: £250

556

A pair of late 19c French painted marble top bedroom tables of oval form, each fitted with three drawers and supported on straight tapering and fluted legs, 19.5"w, 27"h.

Est £250-300
Hammer: £280

557

A mid Victorian figured walnut standing open bookcase with two shelves, both having leather dust pelmets, flanked by carved volutes and supported on a stepped plinth, 42"w, 38"h.

Est £500-700
Hammer: £1300

559

A mid Victorian burr walnut veneered refectory style centre table of rectangular form, the table top with moulded edge and ebony line, the frieze with applied rosette supported on carved twin column end supports with splayed legs and castors, 48"w, 30"h

Est £350-400
Hammer: £380

561

An Edwardian period satinwood veneered Wellington chest of seven long drawers, with locking bar, on a pain plinth, 20.75"w, 46"h.

Est £400-500
Hammer: £800

564

A late 19c French kingwood and marquetry decorated serpentine fold over card table, with shaped ormolu mounted frieze, having slight cabriole tapering legs with undertier shelf, 31.5"w, 29.5"h.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £130

565

An early 19c mahogany four compartment Canterbury with base drawer, on short turned legs with castors, 23"w, 20"h.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £150

566

A pair of late 19c French harewood bedside tables of ovoid form fitted two short drawers and supported on four chamfered and tapering slight cabriole legs with brass caps, 15.5"w, 27"h.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £140

567

A late 18c/early 19c style painted breakfront side table with seascape painted frieze, on six turned and fluted tapering legs, 34"w, 30"h.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £95

568

A late Georgian mahogany secretaire bookcase painted with tendrils, honeysuckle, urns and swags and to the fall front a panel painted of a lady in an Italian garden setting. The secretaire has a fitted interior over two short and two long drawers with splayed bracket feet, 99"w, 94"h.

Est £600-800
Hammer: £500

570

A 19c mahogany cheval mirror, the oval glass in ring turned frame with brass candle sconces with acorn finials, having two baluster ring turned stretcher rails and square tapering splayed legs with brass cap castors, 34"w, 60"h.

Est £400-600
Hammer: £330

571

A Victorian figured walnut dinner gong, carved frame with scroll and shell pediment with stretcher base and having splayed inverted legs and carved baluster stretcher rail, 25"w, 45"h.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £140

572

A Victorian ebonised and tunbridge banded over mantel mirror, crossbanded and with a butterfly motif, 35" x 44".

Est £200-250
Hammer: £180

574

A late 19c/early 18c giltwood and stucco wall mirror of arched form within a leaf and scrollwork moulded frame, a/f, 33"h, 14"w.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £50

576

An 18c oak security box steel banded and painted, with internal lock and side handles, 22"w, 14"h.

Est £300-350
Hammer: £250

578

A late 17c style linen cupboard on stand, the doors with circular and rectangular reel carved panels, a/f with added later timbers and for restoration, 84"w, 39"h.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £50

580

A late 17c oak bible box on a ring turned baluster stand with moulded box stretchers, the bible box with carved face, locking, the lid with chip carved edges, 25"w, 32"l.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £100

584

A set of seven late Georgian elm country dining chairs with dipped panel seats, horizontal ball mounted splats, the armchairs with downswept arms, all on square legs.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £90

585

An 18c oak bureau with fall front enclosing a fitted interior and well, having six pigeon holes and two short drawers, over a base fitted two short and two long graduated drawers with moulded plinths, on bold ball feet, 37"w, 40"h.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £120

586

An early 19c painted pine side table fitted two short drawers, on simulated bamboo legs, 41.75"w, 30.5"h.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £160

587

A Victorian painted washstand with a raised three quarter gallery, having two short frieze drawers and having platform base and square straight legs, 34.5"w, 40.5"h.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £160

588

A mid 18c oak chest on stand with drop handles and pierced back plates, the upper section with two short and two long drawers, the stand with two short drawers, 37.5"w, 44"h.

Est £300-350
Hammer: £400

589

A late 18c Windsor type raised spindle back bowed armchair with a shaped seat supported on simple baluster turned splayed legs with H stretcher rail, 43"h.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £190

590

An early Victorian painted pine panel back side table with one central short drawer, on straight square legs, 35"w, 34.5"h.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £130

591

A late 18c cherry wood three drawer dresser, each drawer with bold brass drop handles, supported on straight chamfered legs, 71.5"w, 31.25"h.

Est £500-700
Hammer: £900

592

A late 18c English oak three drawer dresser with lunette carved frieze over a platform base, having straight square legs with shaped side aprons, with rack, having three shelves under a moulded and carved cornice, 77.75"w, 83.5"h.

Est £500-700
Hammer: £580

594

A 17c oak jointed stool with plank top, deep carved frieze, on baluster ring turned legs with block feet and moulded stretcher rails, 17.5"w, 20.5"h.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £520

595

A George III oak lowboy with central drawer over shaped apron flanked by two short drawers and supported on square tapering legs, 30.5"w, 27"h.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £320

596

A George III oak bureau on stand with a three quarter gallery, fall front enclosing a vacant interior over two short drawers and one long drawer, all with bold bun handles and supported on straight square tapering legs and panelled sides, 20.5"w, 27"h.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £150

598

An early 19c Windsor hooped spindle back armchair with wheel carved splat, on shaped seat with baluster turned legs and H stretchers, 38.5"h.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £45

599

A mid Georgian oak cloak cupboard enclosed arched panelled doors under a moulded frieze, over two short drawers and with bracket feet, 46"w, 75"h.

Est £300-350
Hammer: £320

601

A pair of mid Georgian style mahogany bow back armchairs with scrolling arms, leaf pierced splats and with carved knees and slight cabriole legs on ball and claw feet.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £500

602

A mid Victorian rosewood framed and upholstered cameo backed serpentine settee on carved cabriole legs with castors, 66"w.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £300

605

A mid Victorian upholstered button back armchair with carved showframe and serpentine seat, having short slight cabriole front legs with knurl feet and rear square splayed legs.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £110

606

A 19c French provincial walnut framed and upholstered window seat, 27"w.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £90

607

A mid Victorian mahogany roll end bench seat with roundel motif and supported on baluster ring turned legs, 41.5"w.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £190

608

Two 1970's chromium framed armchairs.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £180

610

A Stickley oak framed cheval mirror, with label, 29"w, 69"h.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £310

611

A Contemporary Stickley tall chest of four short and three long drawers with copper anodised swing handles, side panelled and with a short backboard, 40"w, 54.5"h.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £580

612

A contemporary Stickley oak small chest of three long drawers, with anodised copper drop handles, 22"w, 27.5"h.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £380

613

A contemporary Stickley oak adjustable and revolving armchair with green leather upholstered seat and back panel, on a central swivel adjustable height base with five legs on castors, 36.75"h.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £310

614

A contemporary Stickley oak pedestal chest of seven long drawers with anodised copper fittings, supported on short straight square legs, 22"w, 53"h.

Est £350-400
Hammer: £600

615

A contemporary Stickley bedroom table with short panelled back, fitted three drawers with anodised brass fittings and supported on square straight legs, 26"w, 29.5"h.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £450

616

A contemporary maple wood veneered twin pedestal desk with green gilt tooled leather insert, having three frieze drawers and supported on pedestals each with three drawers and opposing dummy cupboards, 59"w, 35"h.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £120

617

A 20c Danish Frem Roile circular teak dining table and six dining chairs with black leatherette heart shaped seats, the table 41.5" diam.

Est £400-500
Hammer: £560

618

A set of six chromium framed black leather upholstered Charles Eames designed swivel armchairs, with attached ICF label.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £620

619

A mahogany side cabinet with upper glazed cabinet

Est £200
Hammer: £90