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

A boxed table game - The Tempest, an uproariously funny family game with cards specially designed by W Heath Robinson.

Est £30-40
Hammer: £160

2

An early 20c German baby doll with bisque head, composite arms and legs and body, in silk and lace costume of the period and with blonde hair, 8.5"l.

Est £50-70
Hammer: £40

3

An early 20c Schuco clockwork automata in the form of a comical duck, 5.5"h.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £230

4

A Gunthermann clockwork tinplate model of Captain Campbell's 'Bluebird' land speed car, 20"l.

Est £800-800
Hammer: £700

5

A collection of Hornby series O gauge model railway manufacturered by Meccano Ltd, Liverpool, and including a no.2 special locomotive and tender TE511, railway station no.2 A852 Windsor, a guardsman RS663, Pullman coach no.1, no.1 passenger coach C553, guardsman, No.1 luggage van RS666, guardsman, no.1 rotary tipping wagon RS678, no.0 wagon, no.1 timber wagon, no. side tipping wagon, cement wagon RS660, trolley wagon with two cable drums, hopper wagon RS665, refrigerator van, no.1 milk traffic van, flat truck with container RS713, break van RS655, all boxed, and unboxed a LNER 4993 tank locomotive, another locomotive in need of repair, four passenger coaches, ten miscellaneous wagons, various rails, points and crossover points, two signals.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £380

6

A black and white photograph of Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip, Charles and Ann, signed by Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip and accompanied by a letter from Buckingham Palace dated 21st March 1956, addressed to Mr A Addington - a driver on the recent world tour of Nigeria and in particular on occasion when he drove Her Majesty and His Royal Highness on 11th February. The photograph was sent to express the good wishes of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, signed Edward Ford. The photograph 9" x 7", both framed and glazed.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £380

7

An early 20c Chinese bible - the New Testament with carved sandal wood plates contained within a box profusely carved with relief panels and script motifs, 6.5" x 5.25".

Est £50-70
Hammer: £650

8

A late 19c/early 20c Chinese burr wood folio box, the hinge cover inlaid with bats and central and architectural motif, 11" x 6", together with a perpetual date calendar, shield shaped black lacquered and inlaid with mother o'pearl figures and coastal scenes. This calendar was for a number of years at the College Ning Po, and was corrected daily by the house servant 10.5"h.

Est £50-70
Hammer: £100

9

A Chinese four panel painted screen by Matthew Tai depicting four parables with psalm forty five on the back panel, 14"h.

Est £100-140
Hammer: £100

10

A late 19c/early 20c Chinese red lacquered scroll box, gilt decorated with a figure riding on a mythical beast accompanied one other in a veranda setting, lined and containing two scrolls with script, 12"w.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £40

11

An early 20c Christian Missionaries Chinese teaching tablet with jointed and folding panels of script within carved outer wooden boards, 13"h.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £200

12

A box of late 19c/early 20c ephemera relating to missionary Moule's working in China during the early part of the 20c and including a number of books and pamphlets, the Hangchow itineraries, dictionary of the Ningpo dialect, Shanghai - its sights and scenes, with views of the surrounding country, Things seen in China by J R Chitty, Chinese hymn book 1917, and various other teaching aids including Kong Tao Veng.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £1000

13

A book - Homeri Odyssea Batrachomyomachia-Graece et Latine, printed in Amsterdam 1707, with illustration and map, leather spine and boards.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £70

14

A book - The Theory of the Earth containing an account of the original of the earth and of all the general changes which it hath already undergone or is to undergo till the consummation of all things. The two first books concerning the deluge and concerning paradise. The third edition reviewed by the author, printed in London by R N for Walter Kettilby, 1697, leather bound.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £148

15

A book - The Natural History of Selborne, by Gilbert White, circa 1790/1800, with tooled green and brown leather bound boards, a/f front board detached.

Est £200-400
Hammer: £200

17

The Magnet car badge album presented with the Magnet library, 19th January 1929, with a complete set of twenty car badges.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £150

18

The Nelson Lee souvenir album of the Test Matches, England versus Australia, presented free with the Nelson Lee, 9th February 1929, complete with sixteen clip on badges of both England and Australian players.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £130

19

A Victorian stuffed tawny owl perched on a rock on a naturalistic setting under a glass dome, 20.5"h overall.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £230

20

A Victorian stuffed tawny owl and a woodpecker in a naturalistic setting under a glass dome, 21.5"h.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £150

22

A 19c style white metal two handled lobed and cast urn supported by two scantily clad maidens, raised on a cast base, bronze patinated and gilded, 42"h.

Est £400-600
Hammer: £200

23

A pair of patinated white metal urns supported by three scantily clad maidens, standing on quatrefoil bases with mask terminals on shell shaped feet, 32"h.

Est £1,500-2,000
Hammer: £600

24

A French miniature carriage clock retailed by Aspreys, the rectangular single train movement having a lever platform escapement and 1.25"diam. white enamel dial with Roman numerals and spade hands. It is contained in a 'Boite' style tortoiseshell case of rectangular form with rounded corners and having silver handle, ball feet and hinge, all hallmarked for 1905, it stands 4"tall with handle raised.

Est £120-150
Hammer: £230

25

A late 19c French carriage timepiece in glazed brass case with circular section corner columns and circular edged base and topped with turned feet and outswept carrying handle. The movement has a replaced lever escapement and white rectangular dial with Roman numerals and other Arabic five minute numerals. The clock stands 6"h tall overall.

Est £100-120
Hammer: £40

26

A late 19c French striking carriage clock in 'Corniche' style glazed brass case with white rectangular enamel dial with Roman numerals and Arabic five minute numerals. The movement strikes the hours and halves on a gong and has a replaced platform lever escapement. The clock stands 7" tall handle raised.

Est £150-180
Hammer: £80

27

A late 19c French striking carriage clock in 'Corniche' style glazed brass case. The movement strikes the hours and halves on a gong and has a lever platform escapement. The white rectangular dial has Roman numerals and outer five minute Arabic numerals. The minute hand is missing. The clock stands 7" tall handle raised.

Est £80-100
Hammer: £130

28

A late 19c French carriage timepiece in 'Doucine' type case in glazed brass and with convex sections to each side of the base and top. It is turned feet and a pointed shaped carrying handle. The single train movement has a cylinder platform escapement and a rectangular white enamel dial with Roman numerals. The clock stands 6"tall handle raised.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £60

29

A mid 19c striking and repeating carriage clock by Matthew Norman in 'Corniche' style glazed brass case. The Swiss movement strikes the hours and halves on a gong and has an hour repeat button and has a lever platform escapement. The white rectangular enamel dial has Roman numerals. The clock stands 7" tall handle raised.

Est £150-180
Hammer: £200

30

An early 20c Swiss mantel timepiece by Buron with barrelled spring movement and lever platform escapement. It has a 3.5"diam convex white enamel dial with Roman numerals contained in a mahogany lancet shaped case with boxwood line inlay and an oval fan inlay below the dial. The stepped base has brass ball feet. The clock stands 9" tall overall.

Est £50-80
Hammer: £50

31

A mid 20c novelty mantel clock by Thwaites and Reed where the single train movement is powered by the weight of a line of ball bearings which run down a track and fall onto a 'water wheel' arrangement which rotates and powers the single train movement. The movement has an upturned lever platform escapement and mounted within a chromed frame standing on a rectangular mahogany base. The 5.5" diam dial has a silver chapter ring with Roman numerals and fancy steel hands, and the whole construction is covered with a rectangular perspex case with metal reinforced corners, 11.5" tall overall.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £320

32

A late 19c French garniture de cheminee consisting of a columned mantel clock and two flanking urns in white marble with gilt fittings. The clock has four columns mounted on a shaped plinth supporting a similar shape top section into which is mounted the gilt drum holding the clock. This is surmounted by a white marble urn. The clock mechanism countwheel strikes on a bell and 4"diam convex white dial has Arabic numerals with swags between them and fancy gilt hands. There is a gilt swag below the movement linking the two front columns and the pendulum has a sunburst bob. The urns have similar white marble bases each with a gilt foot, leaf shaped handles and gilt neck. The clock stands 18" tall, the urns 13.5" tall each.

Est £300-350
Hammer: £260

33

A late 19c French mantel clock in the form of a stepped drum supported on four cast scroll brackets on a hardwood base. The drum incorporates the 5"diam dial and is surmounted by a dummy bell and a five leaf finial. The whole case is finished to resemble polished steel and the dial has individual numeral plaques in white enamel with black Roman numerals. The dial is inscribed 'Anciens Establissements, Ch. Gautier Bordeaux'. The movement has a lever platform escapement and is rack striking on a bell. The clock stands 22.5" tall.

Est £100-140
Hammer: £80

35

A late 19c single fusee wall clock, the 12" flat iron dial signed Maple & Co Ltd, London and having Roman numerals and spade hands and a cast brass bezel. It is contained in an architectural case of stained hardwood with a pointed arched top and flat fluted pilasters flanking the dial and a concave shaped bracket base. The clock is 27" tall overall.

Est £100-140
Hammer: £130

36

A mid 18c eight day longcase clock, the 12"arched brass dial signed Jonathon Beake, Crutched Fryars, London and having a matted dial centre, urn spandrels and silvered chapter ring, seconds and date rings. The five pillar movement was rack striking on a bell but has had its rack, detent and lifting piece removed from the strike side. It is contained in a flat top oak case with walnut crossbanding around the doors and base. The hood has a line of dentil moulding around the top and the quadrants around the dial arch have sound frets. The hood has plain columns attached to the hood door with Corinthian capitals. The trunk has a long door with pointed top and the plain base has a skirting with wavy cut out base. The clock stands 86" tall.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £160

37

A late 18c eight day longcase clock, the 12" arched brass dial signed William Salmon, Horncastle and having urn spandrels, scalloped edge seconds ring, date aperture and sunburst in the arch. The dial centre is matted and engraved with birds, and the silvered chapter ring has Roman numerals and Arabic outer five minute numerals. The four pillar movement has anchor escapement and is rack striking on a bell. It is contained in an oak case with flat topped hood which has sound frets each side of the arch and plain columns flanking the dial. The long trunk door has an arched top and London type raised edge moulding. The plain base has a skirting with wavy edged base. The clock stands 80.5" tall overall.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £240

38

An early 20c German microscope by Carl Zeiss of Jena no.19795 with lacquered brass body and black cast U shaped foot. The instrument has two revolving objectives and column focal adjustment and a rack and pinion adjustment to the understage. It is contained in a fitted hardwood case with an extra objective lens and box of empty glass slides.

Est £100-120
Hammer: £100

39

A late 19c draughtsman's pantograph enabling drawings to be reproduced to various sizes by copying around the originals. It is made of lacquered brass and has bone castors to allow movement over the drawing. The arms are graduated to gauge the size difference and the pen holders are adjustable. It was made by Troughton and Symms of London and measures 36"l when closed.

Est £90-120
Hammer: £40

40

A pair of 19c brass coaching lamps.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £100

41

An early 20c copper desk lamp with height and shade adjuster, with weighted base, 14.5"h.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £130

44

A patinated bronze figure of Spinario or boy with thorn, on circular marble base, the figure 15.5"h.

Est £400-600
Hammer: £380

45

After B Carpeaux 1868, The Negress - Pour Quoinaitre Esclave, 13.5"h, on plinth 20"h.

Est £400-600
Hammer: £850

46

After Louis Alexandre Bottee 1852/1940 - a pair of bronzed oval plaques inscribed 'Exposition de Universelle 1889', cast and moulded with a central female profile, 12"w, 16"h.

Est £400-500
Hammer: £380

47

A pair of 19c patinated bronze campanya two handled urns on marble plinths, 11.5"h, 9.5"w.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £420

48

A 19c marble Corinthian column lamp stand with ormolu mounts converted to electricity, column 18.5"h.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £160

49

After Charles Gabrielle Lemire - patinated bronze figure group of a Bacchanalian cherub riding upon a goat and carrying a sceptre in the left hand and adorned with fruiting vine, supported on oval marble base, the figure group 18"h.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £380

50

A Japanese Meiji period patinated bronze figure of a Stork standing upon a turtle, base signed, 15.5"h.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £180

51

An Oriental bronze censer two handled and engraved with seal mark to base, 5.5"w.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £100

53

After Jean de Boulogne - Mercury, 12"h on circular stepped marble base.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £70

57

Pierre Laurel - Art Deco dancing figure of silvered bronze on a square marble plinth, signed, with foundry stamp 'Marcel Guillemard', the figure 12"h, 15.5"h overall.

Est £300-500
Hammer: £280

58

A Chinese archaic style metal bell, 6"h.

Est £50-60
Hammer: £30

59

A Chinese archaic style bronze wine pot and cover inlaid with white and yellow metals, 7"h.

Est £100-120
Hammer: £60

60

An early 20c brass framed and glass bead panelled table lamp mounted with coloured fruit, 9"w, 8"h.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £105

63

Three Victorian stoneware liqueur barrels for Whisky, Rum and Brandy, named and with Coat of Arms, riders on horseback, fruiting vine and lion masks, each of two gallon capacity and with on/off taps, each 13"h.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £220

64

An Edwardian carved ivory aide memoire of gilt metal form with monogram cartouche, 3"l, together with a pot and cover with coloured stone and mother o'pearl floral decoration, 1.25"diam.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £110

65

A pair of 19c Indian carved ivory panels depicting elephants pursuing camels with riders, together with a panel carved warrior on horseback with accompanying foot soldiers, 6.5" x 4.5", together with 8" x 3.5".

Est £200-300
Hammer: £580

66

A Victorian frosted glass and ruby flashed foliate gilt decorated posy vase in a gilt metal stand, 7.5"h.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £130

67

A shell cameo carved table lamp with Boudica on chariot being pulled by two prancing horses, 7"h.

Est £50-80
Hammer: £35

68

A stone tablet carved as a gentleman with smiling face and beard holding a basket and accompanied by a child, he holding in his right hand a bamboo which are fish and roundels, 3"w, 4.75"h.

Est £250-300
Hammer: £70

69

An early 20c Chinese scattered millefiori paperweight, 3.25"diam.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £20

70

A late 19c/early 20c European paperweight with floral opaque, white and coloured petal sulphides, the flowers emitting from a green twirling base, 3"h.

Est £100-140
Hammer: £50

71

A 19c Bohemian ruby flashed glass paperweight, etched with a stag on a woodland pathway, 2.5"diam.

Est £50-70
Hammer: £70

72

A late 19c Bohemian glass paperweight ruby flashed and etched with a creature in a woodland setting, 2.75"diam.

Est £50-70
Hammer: £50

73

A 19c Continental scent bottle and stopper cut opaque white overlay and gilt decoration, with stopper, 5.5"h.

Est £50-80
Hammer: £35

74

A Victorian green glass double ended scent bottle, facet cut with glt metal fittings and having hinged dome covers and stoppers, 5.5"l.

Est £50-70
Hammer: £45

75

An Edwardian white metal and combed yellow enamel compact of circular form, the hinge cover painted with a circular panel depicting a lover and his lass, seated on a rocky outcrop, 2"w.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £135

76

A 19c English enamel pill box of lobed pink ground and of oval form, the hinged cover detailing a present from Tunbridge Wells, together with a 19c white enamel floral painted pomander with hinged pierced cover formed as a crown, 1.75"diam.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £110

77

An early 20c Continental silver pill box of circular lobed form with gilt interior, the revolving hinge cover with filigree and scrolling enamel decorated with a central pearl surrounded by four ruby studs, 2"diam.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £90

78

A pair of early 20c Danish silver circular table salts, red enamel lined and with two spoons also with red enamel handles.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £80

79

A 9ct gold Masonic presentation jewel - Earl of Clarendon Lodge no.1984, presented to Worshippal brother Ronald Dickson, 1977/78.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £240

80

A late Georgian tortoiseshell tooth pick box, pinned and with open rectangular motif, 2.5"w.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £40

81

A copy of the Bijou birthday book with a section of poetry with silver plate to front board, contained with a red Moroccan cover.

Est £30-50
Hammer: £45

82

An Edwardian magnifying glass in a tortoiseshell outer case, one panel decorated with silver pique work depicting oval motif with a border of flowers and bow, 2"w.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £200

83

An Edwardian child's rattle with circular chew and three bells, 2.5"w overall.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £20

84

A late 19c/early 20c nickel cat collar with two bells and a name plate 'Docwra Rogers, 1 Kensington Mansions, SW', 10"w.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £145

86

A late 19c W G Grace commemorative silk handkerchief printed with black and white portrait of the cricketer together with commemorative dates, description and an outside border of cricket bats within laurel garlands, 23"sq.

Est £50-80
Hammer: £70

88

A 19c Indian ceremonial animal collar constructed with gilt wire thread and coloured cottons, 74"l.

Est £90-120
Hammer: £30

89

An 18c turned sycamore large serving bowl, 24"diam.

Est £100-140
Hammer: £65

90

A 19c turned and carved oak and walnut adjustable height single candle stand, 36"h closed.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £30

91

A late 18c/early 19c jointed footstool, 12"w.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £100

92

A 19c turned and carved mahogany 'cat', 13.5"h.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £30

93

A late Georgian mahogany two handled tea tray of kidney shape form, with a full gallery and central shell motif, 22"w.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £30

94

A mid Victorian burr walnut two bottle tantalus box containing two cut glass decanters and stoppers, one a/f chipped rim, 8"w, 9.5"h.

Est £100-140
Hammer: £120

95

An early 19c Indian stag antler work box, Vizagapatam. With a sandlewood interior, having engraved ivory covers, 14"w.

Est £400-600
Hammer: £540

96

A late 19c Moroccan leather covered locking cash box, 8"w.

Est £80-100
Hammer: £140

97

A Edwardian games box opening and folding and enclosing boxwood and ebony chess set, dominoes, diecast horse racing figures, and draughts, box requires restoration, 12"w, 7"h.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £180

98

A late Georgian mahogany miniature chest of two short and three long graduated drawers, crossbanded and line inlaid, the drawers with turned bone roundel handles, supported on bracket feet, 11"w, 13.5"h.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £180

99

A 19c Chinese carved bamboo tea caddy with metal liner, 7"h.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £70

100

A Victorian figured walnut writing box with hinged slope over well, brass banded and with central motif 'JS', the slope tooled leather lined and fitted with pen and ink compartments, having two glass ink wells, 16"w, 7"h.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £95

101

A mid Victorian red boullework letter box of domed rectangular form with hinged cover and fitted interior, bearing a label 'Falstaff & Hannaford, Regents Street', 7.5"w, 5.75"h.

Est £350-400
Hammer: £480

102

A mid Victorian coromandel writing box with hinged slope over well, with a Moroccan gilt tooled leather insert fitted with letter and pen and ink compartments, brass railed with the hinge cover and box front decorated with an Indian tiger hunt in gilt metal, abalone shell and mother o'pearl, 16"w, 9"h.

Est £350-400
Hammer: £1120

103

A mid Victorian gentlemans' travelling toilet box , manufactured and with label 'Lund, Cornhill, London', figured walnut and brass bound, the fitted interior with boxes and bottles and small hand tools with silver covers, engine turned and with central heraldic motif, London 1851, 12"w, 8.5"h.

Est £450-500
Hammer: £400

104

A Victorian carved oak master salt, 6.5"h.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £90

105

A late 19c/early 20c carved fruitwood figurative nutcrack in the form of a gentleman in a sleeping cap, 6.5"l.

Est £50-80
Hammer: £50

107

A Mouseman carved wood table lighter, 3"h.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £100

108

Three 19c Tunbridgeware stamp boxes, two decorated with Victorian postage stamps the other with a Tunbridge Victoria head, each approx 1.4"w.

Est £90-120
Hammer: £100

109

Two 19c Tunbridgeware vesta boxes, one with pull out box, the other with lift off cover and named 'matches', 2.5" & 2.25"l.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £70

110

A 19c Tunbridgeware stamp box with Victorian stamp lid together with a rectangular trinket box with lift off cover and a small glass inkwell with screw on top decorated with sunburst, 1.5"w, trinket box 2"2.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £120

111

A Victorian Tunbridgeware five piece puzzle box, 2"w, together with a small circular counter box containing four pieces, 1.25"diam.

Est £50-70
Hammer: £85

112

A Victorian Tunbridgeware two compartment stamp box, 2.25"w, together with a tartanware pin trough, 2.5"w, Stuart Clan, and a roundel box of boxes, 1"h.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £160

113

A late Georgian Toleware two compartment tea caddy of rectangular form with hinged domed cover and finial, painted with a Man of War in full sail on the open seas, and an opposing scene of a landing party, 4"w, 5"h.

Est £300-300
Hammer: £220

114

A 19c collection of ninety nine Oriental mother o'pearl counters - sixty five rectangular, twenty three round and eleven square, all contained in a rosewood box with sliding cover, the box 5.5"w.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £300

115

A 19c Mauchline ware card case of rectangular form with a lift off cover, decorated within cartouche two figures outside a cottage and others in a garden setting, 2.75" x 3.75".

Est £40-60
Hammer: £45

116

A Victorian mother o'pearl and abalone shell visiting card case with original silk and paper lined interior, being of rectangular form with a raised mother o'pearl incised vase of flowers central motif, within diamond formed borders, 4.25"l.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £90

117

Two late 19c cast and moulded miniature photo frames, both with oval portraits of a lady and a gentleman within gilt borders, each 2" x 1.75".

Est £40-60
Hammer: £50

121

A 19c Oriental ivory card case profusely carved throughout in relief with pagodas, gardens and figures in domestic settings amongst shrubs and trees, 2.5" x 4"

Est £150-200
Hammer: £200

122

A 9ct gold cigarette case, engine turned and with sapphire set push button, 132.5g, 3.5" x 4".

Est £1,000-1,200
Hammer: £1400

123

A pair of Victorian jet and black silk shoe buckles, in box.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £20

127

An abalone shell fan, the vellum leaf painted with an Italian court scene and signed H Bach, with gilded and pierced sticks and guards, 18c, framed in an ornate gilt wood moulded frame, 25" x 16".

Est £300-400
Hammer: £300

129

Peter G W Geissler - a collection of six, Sunset from Hartley Hill, Snow on Timber Combe Hill, Avebury Morning, The Severn nr Westbury, Severn Vale from Stinchcombe and a dawn landscape, signed in mono, watercolours, framed and glazed, 1.5" x 2 1/8".

Est £150-200
Hammer: £140

130

Dorothy R Gillespy - light and shade, oil on board, signed, framed, 3" x 2".

Est £70-100
Hammer: £130

131

Christine Hart-Davies - a botanical painting at King Combe, signed in mono, watercolour on polymin, framed and glazed, 1.5" x 2.25".

Est £90-120
Hammer: £180

132

Pamela Davis - a jug of white daisies, signed, watercolour, framed and glazed, 3" x 4".

Est £60-80
Hammer: £50

133

Helen White - Celtic 'M', unsigned, shell gold and gouache, framed and glazed, 2.25" x 2.25".

Est £30-50
Hammer: £30

135

Colin Richens - marshland mists, Christchurch, signed in mono, oil on panel, framed, 2.75" x 4.25".

Est £100-150
Hammer: £150

136

Robert Hughes - two of a kind, oil on board, signed, 3.75" x 2.5".

Est £90-120
Hammer: £80

137

Unsigned - a cockerel and two hens in a barn, unsigned, oil on panel, framed, 2.5" x 3".

Est £50-70
Hammer: £70

139

Robert Hughes - an English winter, signed, oil on board, framed, 2.25" x 3.5".

Est £90-120
Hammer: £90

141

Diane Pavin - Nicholas Hilliard, after self portrait dated 1577, watercolour and gouache, circular framed and glazed, 1.5"diam.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £70

143

Michael Bartlett - officer of the Blues & Royals 1996, signed in mono, watercolour on ivorine, framed and glazed, 1.75" x 3.75".

Est £150-200
Hammer: £260

144

Michael Bartlett - officer of the Third Dragoons, circa 1800, signed in mono and dated, watercolour on ivorine, framed and glazed, 4.75" x 4".

Est £150-200
Hammer: £150

145

John J Hodgson - General Baron Feodor Karlovich Korf, of the Russian school 1779/1823, watercolour on vellum, oval framed and glazed, 3.25" x 2.75".

Est £200-250
Hammer: £380

146

A group of four 19c oval portrait miniatures of two ladies, an officer and a gentleman, framed and glazed, officer panel a/f, approximately 2.5" x 2".

Est £150-180
Hammer: £120

149

Unsigned English school - a pair of 19c John of Gaunt and King Henry IV oil on boards, each framed, 2.25" x 2.5".

Est £120-150
Hammer: £50

150

A pair of 19c coloured miniature prints of circular form - Cupid & Psyche and Love & Fortune, each framed and glazed, 2.75"diam.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £30

151

An early 20c Swiss pocket watch, the dial signed Wilson & Gill 139/141 Regent Street West, and having gold arabic numerals and gilt hands including a separate seconds ring. The keyless lever movement has fifteen jewels and a bi-metallic compensated balance. It is contained in a rectangular cushioned shaped 18.75k Continental gold case, British hallmarked for 1928 and has 18 carat gold and platinum chain, watch 1.5"sq.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £340

152

A Junghans mega radio controlled gents stainless steel wrist watch.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £55

153

A Seiko radio controlled solar gents wristwatch, in black.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £55

154

An 18ct white gold and diamond cluster ring.

Est £500-700
Hammer: £1220

155

An Edwardian 15ct yellow gold necklace, set with seven graduated cut peridot stones, in box.

Est £500-700
Hammer: £1050

156

A platinum and diamond solitaire ring, princess cut, with diamond certificate, carat weight 0.9, clarity SI1, colour G.

Est £700-900
Hammer: £1050

157

Am 18ct yellow gold diamond ring, solitaire diamond set with six diamonds to the platinum shank.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £250

159

A yellow gold and platinum sapphire and diamond set ring.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £170

161

An 18ct emerald and diamond set ring.

Est £700-900
Hammer: £660

173

A pair of Scandinavian silver ear cuffs by Tone Vigeland, an open silver necklet by Hans Hansen, together with a silver open cuff bangle.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £200

174

A Victorian silver vinaigrette with a gilt interior, having a pierced and hinged cover, the rectangular box of serpentine form, chased with leaf and scrollwork, makers mark for Edward Smith, Birmingham 1848/9, 1.25"w.

Est £100-140
Hammer: £105

175

A William IV silver table snuff box of rectangular form, engine turned and with gilt lined interior, makers mark for Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1831, 2.3oz, 2.75"w.

Est £150-180
Hammer: £230

176

A late Victorian silver rattle with four bells and coral chew, Birmingham 1889, 4.25"l.

Est £50-70
Hammer: £120

177

A late 19c/early 20c Austro-Hungarian silver and enamel ink well, the swag decoration set with opal jewels, 3.25"h.

Est £150-180
Hammer: £360

178

A silver curved cigarette box, engine turned, Chester 1923, 4.25"w, 5oz.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £40

179

A pair of Edwardian silver pepper pots of ribbed cylindrical form, with domed pierced covers and double scroll side handles, makers mark for Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, London 1911, 3"h.

Est £70-90
Hammer: £150

180

A pair of silver early 18c style picture back spoons with oval bowls, makers mark for Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, 4.5oz, London 1917/18, 8"l.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £65

181

A pair of Regency table salts of boat shaped form on tapering stems with oval stepped bases, having blue glass liners, makers mark for James Stott, Dublin 1798, 4.2oz, 3.75"w.

Est £90-120
Hammer: £220

182

A Christopher Nigel Lawrence silver gilt toadstool figure group, based on an Easter theme with a group of two elves taking from an Easter egg and removing with a wheelbarrow, on a slate base, 5.5"h.

Est £140-160
Hammer: £220

183

A Christopher Nigel Lawrence silver gilt toadstool figure group based on an Easter theme depicting an elf with a large Easter egg attracting a fairy in a leaf and floral setting on a slate base.

Est £140-160
Hammer: £260

184

A late Victorian three piece cotton reel condiment set, one Birmingham 1893, 1.9"h and two London 1882, 1.5"h, in presentation box.

Est £120-140
Hammer: £160

185

A pair of clear glass inkwells with silver embossed and chased screw tops, in oak compartment box, makers mark for Stewart Clifford, London 1885, the bottles 1.5" x 2"w.

Est £65-80
Hammer: £75

186

A George IV Irish silver table salt of circular lobed form, embossed and chased with fruiting vine on a shallow circular base, makers mark for E Crofton, 5oz, Dublin 1828, 3.5"diam, 2.25"h.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £105

187

A pair of silver grape scissors, makers mark for Cooper Brother & Sons, Sheffield 1931, 4oz, 7"l.

Est £120-150
Hammer: £140

188

A pair of George III silver serving tongs, sprung and with feather edge decoration, makers mark for Benjamin Tait, 5.4oz, Dublin 1796, 10"l.

Est £80-100
Hammer: £270

189

A pair of mid Victorian fish servers makers mark for George William Adams, London 1869, 8.5oz, 12.5" and 10"l.

Est £120-150
Hammer: £140

190

Five 19c Irish sterling silver teaspoons, makers mark for Toleken of Cork, 4.75oz, each 6.75" l.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £250

192

A silver baluster gilt lined half pint tankard with double scroll handle, makers mark for Emile Viner, Sheffield 1938/39, 8oz, 4"h.

Est £100-140
Hammer: £130

193

An Edward VII silver coin purse, chased with leaf and scroll work and with open cartouche, having finger ring and chain, Birmingham 1910, 3"w.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £40

194

An Art Deco period vesta case of rectangular form, engine turned, with lid to vesta and strike to base, London 1923, 2.5"w.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £60

195

An early 20c Oriental silver shrine box in the form of a house, marks to base, 1.75"w, 1.75"h.

Est £30-50
Hammer: £30

196

An Edwardian amber cigar holder with gold band in silver case, Birmingham 1909, 1.5"l.

Est £40-50
Hammer: £38

197

An Edwardian hedgehog pin cushion, Birmingham 1902, 1.75"l.

Est £100-140
Hammer: £110

199

A George V silver and tortoiseshell ring box of oval form, the hinged tortoiseshell cover with silver pique ribbon and garland decoration, supported on four legs, makers mark for Kemp Brothers, Birmingham 1918, 7"w, 2"h.

Est £120-140
Hammer: £180

200

A George V salver of circular form with a stag engraved motif within a raised and shaped border, on three scrolling legs, makers mark Mappin & Webb, London 1916, 8oz, 7.75"diam.

Est £90-120
Hammer: £80

201

A silver baluster tankard with double scroll handle, makers mark for Goldsmith & Silversmith Company Ltd, 9.4oz, London 1938, 5.25"h.

Est £140-160
Hammer: £170

202

A George V silver salver of circular form with a raised and shaped border, makers mark for Deykin & Harrison, 10.6oz, Birmingham 1926, 8.25"diam.

Est £90-120
Hammer: £90

203

A George V silver tankard with scrolling handle, hinged domed cover and thumbpiece, makers mark JLC, 16.4oz, London 1936, 6.25"h.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £320

204

An Edwardian silver single bottle inkstand of oval design with a hinged cover over a well and supported on four paw feet, makers mark for Heath & Middleton, 8oz, Birmingham 1903, 5.25"w.

Est £130-150
Hammer: £100

205

A boxed set of twelve Old English silver teaspoons, makers mark for Emile Viner, Sheffield 1930.

Est £70-80
Hammer: £70

206

A late Victorian silver bonbon basket of oval form with reel cast border, makers mark for Harry Wright Atkin, 7.3oz, Sheffield 1896, 5.5"w.

Est £140-150
Hammer: £130

207

A late 19c Dutch silver inkstand with axe mark, 8.7oz, 9.5"w, having two blue glass inkwells, the silver covers London 1892, 2.5"h.

Est £140-150
Hammer: £130

208

An Anthony Elson egg and egg cup condiment set with two spoons, stamped AGE, London 1964, eggs and cups 4.25"h, the spoons 6"l, in presentation box.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £720

209

An Edwardian silver fruit basket of pierced circular form with a gadroon and swag cast border, makers mark for Fordham & Faulkner, Sheffield 1905, 11.6oz, 8"diam.

Est £130-150
Hammer: £120

210

A pair of George III wine bottle coasters with silver rims, chased with flowers, lobed and with pierced base, having turned wood stands, Dublin 1802, 5"diam.

Est £120-150
Hammer: £330

211

A George V silver biscuit barrel of circular facet form, with a hinged domed cover with cast gadroon rim, with swing handle and supported on a stepped octagonal base, makers mark for Elkington & Co, 22.4oz, Birmingham 1912, 9.5" high with handle raised.

Est £200-240
Hammer: £430

212

A boxed set of twelve silver fruit knives and forks with silver blades and prongs and mother of pearl handles, makers mark for Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd, Sheffield 1936, in mahogany box.

Est £120-150
Hammer: £210

213

A late Victorian ladle, makers mark for George Maudsley Jackson, 9.7oz, London 1889, 13"l.

Est £100-140
Hammer: £100

214

A George II silver ladle, makers mark for Ker & Dempster, accompanied by a Master assay mark, Edinburgh 1755.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £240

215

An early 20c German silver three piece serving set comprising of a pair of spoons with gilt lined oval bowls and one lipped ladle, German .800std, Leipzig, each 7.25"l, in presentation box.

Est £120-150
Hammer: £100

216

A late Victorian cut glass claret jug with silver mount and handle, makers mark for William Hutton & Sons Ltd, London 1900, 10.5"h.

Est £150-150
Hammer: £300

217

A George V fruit basket with fixed handle, being of circular form with shaped and pierced sides and handle, makers mark for Mappin & Webb, London 1915, 10.4oz, 6.25"diam.

Est £120-140
Hammer: £120

218

A late Victorian water jug of wrythen lobed globular form, having a pronounced pouring spout, hinged cover and scroll handle, makers mark for Edward Hutton, 15.5oz, London 1883, 7"h.

Est £190-200
Hammer: £460

219

A late Victorian silver salver of circular form with a raised and pierced border and outer gadroon casting with shell and leaf and supported on four legs, makers mark for Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd, 33oz, London 1878, 13"diam.

Est £300-350
Hammer: £240

220

A late Victorian table centrepiece with three lobed and beaded bowls supported on ball feet with a central trumpet vase, makers mark for Horace Woodward & Co Ltd, 19oz, London 1896, 10" wide overall, 11"h.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £190

221

An Edward VII inkstand with silver well, having a hinged cover, pen rests, on a rectangular tray with ribbed border and supported on four compressed ball feet, makers mark for Elkington & Co Ltd, 39.5oz, Birmingham 1907, 12.5"w.

Est £300-350
Hammer: £290

222

A silver circular salver with a raised and shaped border, supported on three scrolling feet, makers mark possibly William Bush, 27oz, Sheffield 1948, 12"diam.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £220

223

An Edward VII fruit bowl of oval boat shaped form with two handles and raised on four open legs with pad feet, makers mark for Henry Atkin, 27oz, Sheffield 1909, 14"w.

Est £250-300
Hammer: £260

224

An Edward VII silver oval tea tray with a raised two handled border, makers mark for Thomas Levesley, 60oz, Sheffield 1904, 21"w.

Est £550-600
Hammer: £540

225

An Edward VII Continental silver dish pierced and cast with cherubs and having rams head terminals, supported on four cloven feet, import mark London 1904, 38oz, 13"diam.

Est £400-350
Hammer: £580

226

A silver circular salver with a raised and shaped border and supported on scrolling feet, makers mark rubbed, Birmingham 1936, 83oz, 17.5"diam.

Est £800-1,000
Hammer: £850

227

An Edward VII fruit bowl gilt lined and of substantial form, makers mark rubbed but incised Ollivant & Botsford, London 1906, 53oz, 16"w.

Est £500-600
Hammer: £580

228

A set of four late Victorian silver candlesticks of filled baluster form, with rectangular stamped bases and lift out socles, makers mark for John Bodman Carrington, London 1894, 9.75"h.

Est £600-800
Hammer: £650

229

A Victorian three piece silver tea service of lobed embossed and chased form decorated with flowers and cartouche, makers mark for Samuel Hayne & Dudley Cater, 45.5oz, London 1852, the teapot 11.5"w.

Est £400-500
Hammer: £420

230

A George V four piece silver tea service of compressed ovoid form with shaped upper rims and scrolling handles, the teapot 10.25"w, the coffee pot 9"h, the sucrier 6.75"w and cream jug 5.5"w, makers mark for Harry Atkin, 58oz, Sheffield 1916/18.

Est £500-600
Hammer: £560

231

A collection of mid Victorian silver cutlery, makers mark for George William Adams, London 1864, comprising eight table spoons, twelve dinner forks, eleven dessert forks, three serving ladles and six teaspoons, Old English pattern, 68oz.

Est £600-700
Hammer: £580

232

A collection of early Victorian silver Kings pattern cutlery by George William Adams, London 1848 and comprising six table forks, six table spoons, six dessert spoons and six dessert forks, 62oz,

Est £550-600
Hammer: £520

233

A collection of mid Victorian silver Albert type cutlery, makers mark for George William Adams, London 1853 and comprising of six table forks, six dessert forks, eight teaspoons and one table spoon, 45oz.

Est £400-500
Hammer: £420

234

A collection of six 19c Kings pattern silver dessert spoons, mixed dates circa 1850, approximately 11.5oz.

Est £100-140
Hammer: £110

235

A collection of early 19c Irish silver Fiddle pattern cutlery, makers mark for John Pittar, Charles Marsh and J Backton and comprising of ten table forks Dublin 1815, three table forks 1824, eight dessert forks 1815, five dessert forks 1824, seven dessert forks 1815 and seven table forks 1824 by J Backton, total weight 74oz.

Est £600-700
Hammer: £700

236

A George V two handled silver tea tray of oval form with a raised border, makers mark for Roberts & Belk, 63oz, Sheffield 1925, 21"w.

Est £500-600
Hammer: £420

237

An Edward VII silver cased pocket book red leather lined with fitted compartments, with locking pencil, Birmingham 1910, 3.25"w.

Est £50-70
Hammer: £50

238

A mid Victorian caddy spoon with a shell shaped bowl and cast handle, London 1868, 4"l.

Est £40-50
Hammer: £80

239

An Art Deco period silver pocket snuff box of rectangular form with cut off corners, engine turned to both lid and base, Birmingham 1933, 1.25"w.

Est £40-50
Hammer: £45

241

A 19c bottle coaster with a gadrooned upper rim and pierced body, 7"diam, 4.75"h.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £45

242

A 19c Sheffield plate wax jack with original candle, 5.25"h.

Est £70-100
Hammer: £130

243

An Edwardian Princes plate Mappin & Webb biscuit box and cover with swing handle, gilt lined, 9.5" high with handle raised.

Est £50-70
Hammer: £45

244

A late Victorian cut glass biscuit barrel of oval form, on an oval plated stand decorated with swags and having a domed cover with wheat sheaf finial, manufactured by Martin Hall & Co,8"w, 8"h.

Est £80-90
Hammer: £115

246

A late 19c/early 20c pair of two branch candelabrum by Walker Hall & Son, composite filled, 25.5"h, 15.5"w.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £140

247

A 19c glass font of bell shaped form with engraved arched and floral decoration, gilt highlighted, 6.25"diam, 7"h.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £3100

251

A collection of twenty Victorian apothecaries bottles with gold and black content labels comprising four blue glass - three with stoppers, each approx 8"h, together with two small bottles and stoppers, 5"h, and fourteen with stoppers, 8"h.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £100

252

A Whitefriars green streaky knobbly fruitbowl, 5"h, 9"diam.

Est £40-60
Hammer: £28

254

A 1960's Whitefriars experimental vase designed by Geoffrey Baxter, in kingfisher blue with streaky and ribbon white enamel decoration, 6"h.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £130

256

A 1930's Scottish Monart art glass vase of ovoid form, green and pink with gold aventurine, 8"h.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £65

257

A 1930's Monart art glass vase of baluster form with flared rim, green purple and white with gold aventurine, 7"h.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £60

258

A Scottish Monart art glass vase of cylindrical form, green and black mottle decoration with gold aventurine, 3.25"h.

Est £30-50
Hammer: £45

260

A Kosta Boda Ulrica Hydman-Vallien small bowl, mottled and swirled, signed to base 'Boda Ulrica', boxed, 2"h.

Est £30-40
Hammer: £20

261

A shell shaped cranberry and clear crackleware bowl signed to base R Keech 2002, 5.5"w.

Est £40-50
Hammer: £30

263

An Italian Venini vase of baluster form, cranberry with a short slightly tapering blue neck, signed to base 'Venini Italia', 4.5"h.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £50

265

An Art Nouveau style opaline vase of baluster form, signed indistinctly to base, 3.5"h.

Est £50-80
Hammer: £20

266

A Japanese Meiji period Imari vase of fluted baluster form, with domed cover, 24"h.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £280

267

A Chinese Republican period yellow ground bottle vase with raised white floral decoration with birds, a/f drilled to base, with associated wooden stand, 17"h.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £50

268

A 19c Japanese Celadon vase with raised floral and finch decoration, calligraphy to base, 12"h.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £40

269

A pair of Japanese Meiji period Imari vases of hexagonal baluster form, with domed cover, 16"h.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £330

271

A Japanese Meiji period trio, comprising a teapot, sugar bowl and milk jug, all decorated with underglaze blue and overglaze enamelling with floral designs and insects, the teapot 6"h, the milk jug 4"h, the sugar bowl 3.5"h.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £30

272

A 19c Oriental vase with multicoloured glaze, 4"h.

Est £50-70
Hammer: £40

273

A 19c Chinese famille rose jardiniere and stand, with Canton enamelling, 7"h.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £420

274

A 19c Chinese coral ground famille rose ginger jar with lid, decorated with cartouches of birds, 9"h.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £380

276

A 19c Chinese floral rose vase with Canton enamelling and gilded dragons together with dogs of fo, 14"h.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £150

277

An 18c porcelain blue and white sauceboat painted with fisherman, probably Liverpool, a/f, 7"l spout to handle.

Est £50-60
Hammer: £180

278

A late 18c Chamberlains Worcester dinner service having the owners crest of Phoenix rising from the flames above entwined gilt initials and decorated in black and gilt with a sprig pattern, consisting of two oval tureens and covers, two sauce tureens, covers and stands, two oval serving dishes, two oval lobed serving dishes, one square bowl with canted corners, one large oval serving dish with shell handles, one circular bowl, two oval meat plates, seven soup plates, twelve 8" plates, ten 6" plates, nineteen 9.5" plates and four custard cups, all with apricot and gilt borders, some damage.

Est £500-700
Hammer: £600

279

An early 19c Staffordshire figure of a black and white pointer recumbent on a green and white scroll base highlighted with gilding, a/f paint flaking,5"l.

Est £70-90
Hammer: £20

280

A 19c vase and cover of dark blue ground with all over jewelled flower and leaf decoration and supported on a base applied with colourful shells and seaweed, the dome cover similarly decorated, a/f, 12"h overall.

Est £70-90
Hammer: £95

285

A Davenport rectangular two handled porcelain tray decorated with a 'Japan' pattern in typical colours and highlighted in gilding, 18.5" x 13".

Est £100-150
Hammer: £330

287

An early 19c Southern European Faience flask with two spouts and central carrying handle, painted in red, black, yellow and manganese with a hare and a hunting dog, 6"h.

Est £50-70
Hammer: £40

288

An agate ware jug modelled with a fox handle.

Est £60-80
Hammer: £40

289

An early 20c Royal Worcester blush ivory floral decorated coffee service, comprising four cups and saucers, saucers 4.75"w, cups, 2"h, sugar bowl, 4"w, cream jug, 2.75"h, coffee pot, 5.5"h, together with a tray, 14.25"w, each piece scalloped edged with gilt banding, each piece stamped to base some with slightly differing date codes.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £720

290

An early 20c Royal Worcester hand painted 'Hadley Rose' coffee service, comprising four cups and saucers, saucers, 4.75"diam, cups, 2"h, sugar bowl, 2.25"h, cream jug, 3"h, coffee pot, 6"h, pattern no.8011, each piece factory stamped to base with date codes for 1907.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £320

291

A complete set of twelve Royal Worcester Month of the Year figures, modelled by Freda Doughty, measuring from 4.75"h to 7.5"h.

Est £350-450
Hammer: £380

292

A pair of Royal Worcester figures - Phyllis & Strephon, modelled by James Hadley, no.1803, signed and stamped to base, date code for 1932, 6"h.

Est £120-150
Hammer: £70

294

A pair of 1920's Royal Doulton for Aspreys & Co Ltd, Scotsman and Irishman whisky decanters, registration no.675853, complete with original oak tantalus, both with green underglazed factory mark to base, Asprey & Co Ltd, London, RD no.675852, a/f Scotsman with hairline on rim, Irishman with small chip to base, each 9.5"h, case 10.75"h.

Est £400-600
Hammer: £550

295

An early 20c Ruskin vase of baluster form, with a lustrous yellow drip glazed, impressed to base 'Ruskin, England', 7.75"h.

Est £60-100
Hammer: £75

296

An early 20c Ruskin vase of baluster form decorated with red and blue lustrous drip glaze, impressed to base 'Ruskin' dated 1914, 12.25"h.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £180

297

A pair of early 20c Goldscheider gilt decorated figures modelled as a Dutch boy and girl, signed and no.2994 and no.2995, 15.5"h.

Est £300-500
Hammer: £120

298

A pair of Royal Dux Art Nouveau figures modelled as shepherd and shepherdess, no. 135 and 136, a/f, each 14.5"h.

Est £100-120
Hammer: £70

300

A 19c needlework sampler with verse - Elizabeth Rodgers work. January 8th 1840, framed and glazed, 16" x 12.5".

Est £90-120
Hammer: £20

302

A John Speed map of Wiltshire coloured and with an inset map of Salisbury, Stonehenge and the Arms of the Earls of Wiltshire and Salisbury, framed and glazed, 15" x 20".

Est £100-150
Hammer: £170

303

A John Speed map of Surrey, coloured and with inset panels of Richmont and Norwich together with Arms of various Earls of the county, framed and glazed, 15" x 20"

Est £100-150
Hammer: £210

306

A collection of seventeen coloured advertising prints relating to Beechams Pills being extracts from the illustrated London News circa 1885/90, the graphic circa 1890 and three being unframed, the remainder framed and glazed, each approx 15" x 10".

Est £150-200
Hammer: £170

307

A Victorian coloured print - The Cricket Match, framed and glazed, 27.5" x 37".

Est £100-150
Hammer: £130

308

Toulouse - Lautrec - three circus related scenes being 172/500, 212/500 and 117/500, titled and signed in pencil, each framed and glazed, 11.5" x 8.5".

Est £100-150
Hammer: £90

310

Arthur Perigal - a book of Wayside Jottings, being 48 watercolour sketches of various locations throughout the British Isles together with approximately ten of Rome during the 1870's, mostly signed and dated, some titled, each sketch approximately 4" x 6", on card backing.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £920

313

Henry Martin - steam and sail, moored in a coastal setting, signed, watercolour, framed and glazed, 6.25" x 13.5".

Est £100-120
Hammer: £80

315

Sir Ernest A Waterlow - Antibes-Riviera, signed, watercolour, framed and glazed, 10" x 14".

Est £150-200
Hammer: £180

318

Walter Richard Sickert 1860/1942 - study for amphitryon (or blackmail), signed Sickert, watercolour, pencil, pen and ink, labels to reverse, framed and glazed, 11.25" x 7".

Est £900-1,200
Hammer: £8000

320

J H Mole - portrait of a lady seated in a chair accompanied by her dog, signed, watercolour, framed and glazed, 13.25" x 9".

Est £200-250
Hammer: £200

323

Augustus Osborne Lamplough 1877/1930 - moored and resting on the banks of the Nile, signed, watercolour, framed and glazed, 28.5"x 17".

Est £300-400
Hammer: £300

327

W Huggins '54 - a tiger resting, signed, black chalk and body colour, framed and glazed, 4.5" x 10".

Est £70-90
Hammer: £45

331

H Digby Smith - a naked lady in red, signed, pastel and oil, framed and glazed, 19" x 15.5".

Est £100-140
Hammer: £80

333

M Haywood - farm worker seated in a barn reading a letter, signed, watercolour, framed and glazed, 9.5" x 6.5".

Est £70-100
Hammer: £55

338

Stuart Somerville - a pair, vases of summer flowers and roses, signed, oil on board, framed, 9.5" x 8".

Est £300-300
Hammer: £600

351

Gordon Barlow - loading the nets, unsigned, oil on canvas, framed, 19" x 23".

Est £100-150
Hammer: £80

352

Herbert Royle - rocky river bed in the Highlands, signed H Royle, oil on board, unframed, 12" x 16".

Est £90-120
Hammer: £105

353

Herbert Royle - a winter landscape, signed H Royle, oil on board, unframed, 12" x 16".

Est £90-120
Hammer: £360

355

Herbert Royle - a Ross Shire glen, signed H Royle, oil on board, unframed, 12" x 16".

Est £100-150
Hammer: £150

356

Herbert Royle - a northern bay with cattle on the beach and sheep grazing, signed H Royle, unframed, oil on board, 12" x 16".

Est £80-100
Hammer: £260

357

Herbert Royle - cattle in a timbered valley setting with stone walls, signed H Royle, oil on board, unframed, 12" x 16".

Est £80-100
Hammer: £260

358

Herbert Royle - sheep and drover in a winter setting in a northern landscape, signed H Royle, oil on board, unframed, 12" x 16".

Est £80-100
Hammer: £310

359

Herbert Royle - haymaking with horse and cart in a coastal setting, signed H Royle, oil on board, unframed, 16" x 20".

Est £150-200
Hammer: £360

360

Stathis - 19c Italian street scene with ladies collecting water, signed, oil on board, framed, 14" x 22".

Est £100-120
Hammer: £280

361

L Basset - 1960's Parisian street scene, signed, oil on canvas, framed, 23" x 35".

Est £100-150
Hammer: £150

362

L Basset - a 1960's Parisian street scene, signed, oil on canvas, framed, 23" x 35".

Est £100-150
Hammer: £150

363

Brian Bennett '63 - Lower Castle Street, Berkhamsted, signed in mono BTNB '63, oil on canvas, framed, 24" x 36".

Est £150-200
Hammer: £120

366

R Stone - a series of four hunting scenes, titled on reverse, signed, oil on board, unframed, each 6" x 12".

Est £400-600
Hammer: £450

367

Samuel Raven - a pair, 19c sporting scenes with hunter and dogs, unsigned, oil on board, framed, each 3.75" x 4.25".

Est £90-120
Hammer: £140

368

William John Wainwright 1855/1931 - a Cardinal, signed W J Wainwright, oil on board, framed, 9.5" x 6.5".

Est £300-350
Hammer: £380

369

John Fraser Pollock 1885 - lady and gentleman seated by the fireside in a kitchen setting, signed and dated, oil on canvas, framed and glazed, 8.75" x 10".

Est £100-150
Hammer: £120

371

Unsigned - a portrait of King Charles II, oil on board, framed, 12" x 9.5". This painting has hung for some years in Blo'Norton Hall, Norfolk, it is commented upon by Prince Frederick Dulleep Singh in his book - The Portraits in Norfolk Houses. The Kings apparel is described in some detail and from this description it was faithfully restored by Diana Rylands in 1978 after being found in a condition of disrepair except for the face which has not been restored except for cleaning. It is thought the King is aged 15 years in this picture.

Est £1,200-1,500
Hammer: £680

372

William L Turner - a pair, By Still Waters and A Sylven Solitude, signed, framed and glazed, oil on canvas, each 9.5" x 14".

Est £300-350
Hammer: £420

374

Leon Richet - a gathering coastal storm with lady in front of thatched cottage close to the beach, signed, oil on canvas, framed, 17.5" x 23.5".

Est £500-700
Hammer: £550

375

Thorolf Holmboe - sunrise over a rocky coastal bay with inshore fishing boats, signed, oil on canvas, framed, 24" x 36".

Est £400-600
Hammer: £420

377

Unsigned - the faggot gatherers, 19c oil on canvas, framed, 39.5" x 29".

Est £200-300
Hammer: £260

382

Unsigned - the monks entertaining the Cardinal, 19c oil on board, framed, 3.25" x 5".

Est £100-120
Hammer: £100

383

Unsigned 19c farmhouse courtyard, unsigned, oil on board, framed, 19" x 14".

Est £60-80
Hammer: £90

387

A 19c follower of Hubert Robert - figures before a stairway and classical ruins, unsigned, oil on canvas on board, framed, 36" x 59".

Est £450-600
Hammer: £500

388

A late 19c/early 20c follower of Hubert Robert - a formal garden with classical ruins, unsigned, oil on canvas on board, framed, 36" x 59".

Est £450-600
Hammer: £500

390

William Langley - cattle watering in highland setting, signed, oil on canvas, framed, 15.75" x 23.5".

Est £200-300
Hammer: £180

391

William Langley - figure in a boat on river at sunset close to the church and cottages, signed, oil on canvas, framed, 15.75" x 23.5".

Est £200-300
Hammer: £180

394

A George III figured mahogany chest on chest the upper section having three short and three long graduated drawers under a dentil moulded cornice and within blind fret canted corners on a base with two short and two long drawers also within blind fret canted corners and raised on bracket feet, 45"w, 76"h.

Est £350-400
Hammer: £310

397

A late 19c/early 20c Liberty & Co six piece mahogany bedroom suite comprising a double wardrobe with four central drawers under linen cupboard fitted pull out shelves, 82"w, 81"h, a single wardrobe fitted enclosed shelves over two short and three long drawers, 46"w, 80"h, a dressing table with central swing mirror flanked by two fitted pedestal cupboards and four short drawers, 52.5"w, 69"h, a double bedstead, 56"w, and three single chairs with upholstered seats. All with marquetry rose and leaf decoration.

Est £1,200-1,500
Hammer: £2100

398

A late 19c/early 20c mid Georgian style breakfront bookcase, bookcase enclosed by astragal glazed doors with gadroon edged carved and blind fret freize on a moulded plinth, 71"w, 52.5"h.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £200

400

A George III mahogany twin flap oval dining table on straight turned tapering legs with pad feet, 42"w, 27.5"h.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £120

403

A late Georgian mahogany bow front chest of two short and three long graduated drawers with reeded top edge and supported on splayed bracket feet, 41.5"w, 41.5"h.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £200

406

A late Georgian mahogany chest of two short and three long graduated drawers with ivory diamond escutcheons, turned bun handles under a deep frieze with shell motif, with shaped apron and supported on bracket feet, 42"w, 42.5"h.

Est £300-350
Hammer: £130

407

A 19c figured mahogany marble top chest of four long graduated drawers with gallery and canted corners, supported on carved block feet, 44"w, 37"h.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £180

408

A late Georgian mahogany bow front chest of four long graduated drawers on splayed bracket feet, 40"w, 35"h.

Est £250-300
Hammer: £210

409

A 19c late Georgian style mahogany serpentine chest of four long graduated drawers, crossbanded and satinwood line inlaid, supported on bracket feet, 38"w, 36"h.

Est £350-400
Hammer: £520

416

A pair of late Georgian rosewood fold over swivel top tea/games tables, the tops over a well and supported on square baluster and gadrooned carved columns, raised on quatrefoil columns on quatrefoil bases and supported by four splayed and carved legs with brass capped castors, each 36"w, 28.5"h.

Est £600-800
Hammer: £1250

417

A 19c French rosewood and harewood glazed standing side cabinet with a full pierced brass gallery over one central cabinet and two side cabinets, enclosed by glazed doors and supported on slight cabriole front legs and chamfered rear legs and having ormolu mounts, 53"l, 36.5"h.

Est £400-600
Hammer: £920

418

An 18c figured walnut veneered kneehole desk of rectangular form, the upper section with moulded edge and shaped corners, over a pull out fitted secretaire with fall front on three drawer pedestals, all crossbanded, flanking a central kneehole with recessed cupboard and pull out shelf, supported on compressed bun feet, 33.5"w, 30.5"h.

Est £400-600
Hammer: £1100

419

An Oriental rosewood low table on a Chinese frame with straight circular legs and carved frieze supports, 45.5"l, 12.5"h.

Est £200-250
Hammer: £310

421

A Regency style mahogany waterfall standing open bookcase fitted three shelves and having shaped panel back and sides, supported on short baluster turned legs with pointed feet, 27.5"w, 48"h.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £180

423

An Art Nouveau mahogany standing open bookstand with a foliate and leaf arched back panel, spindle side supports, having three shelves and with splayed square legs on block feet, 27.5"w, 52"h.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £200

424

A pair of 19c walnut mid Georgian style bow back library chairs profusely carved with shell and leaf with upholstered drop in seats, having shell carved ball and claw front legs and straight square tapering legs.

Est £300-300
Hammer: £360

426

A Regency satinwood bow front chest of three short and three long drawers with ebonised line and decoration and supported on splayed bracket feet, 48"w, 42.5"h.

Est £300-400
Hammer: £300

427

A Victorian figured walnut cylindrical pot cupboard fluted and with marble top and supported on an octagonal base, having a single drawer and shelved interior, 15"diam, 28.5"h.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £190

431

A mid 19c Rosewood refectory library table of rectangular form with rounded corners, having a tooled leather insert and fitted two frieze drawers, on a stretcher frame with baluster turned stretcher rail, with panelled end supports and on a platform base with scrolling volutes on moulded bun feet, 51.5"l, 29"w.

Est £200-300
Hammer: £310

432

A mid Victorian mahogany boot rack, the baluster turned top rail with eight boot hooks over the central boot retainer, with baluster turned supports with base platform on splayed moulded legs, 25"w, 42"h.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £80

433

A late 19c bamboo standing open rack fitted two drawers over two lower shelves, the top and drawer bases decorated with black lacquer and chinoiserie decoration, 46"w, 32.5"h.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £160

434

A 19c bamboo music seat with black lacquered chinoiserie decorated panels, having one galleried lower shelf, 25"h.

Est £90-120
Hammer: £80

435

A 19c mahogany four division Canterbury baluster and bobbin ring turned, with four divisions with central carrying handle on short baluster turned legs with castors, 16.5"w, 18.5"h.

Est £120-160
Hammer: £70

436

A George III mahogany three tier pedestal buffet with three graduated revolving levels on a wrythen ring turned baluster column raised on three splayed legs with pad feet, 52"h, 24"max diam.

Est £250-300
Hammer: £100

437

A late Georgian style mahogany serpentine chest, of four long graduated drawers with a slide on bracket feet, 32.5"w, 32.5"h.

Est £250-300
Hammer: £260

438

A Victorian giltwood and stucco overmantle mirror of arched form with scrolling leaf pediment, 38"h, 50"w.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £350

442

A 19c giltwood and stucco wall mirror of mid Georgian design with scrolling and shell formed border under a pronounced pediment, 21"w, 21"h.

Est £120-160
Hammer: £50

444

A 19c Italian gilt wood and stucco wall mirror of cartouche form, carved with three cherubs with shell scroll and foliate carved border, 36" x 26".

Est £200-300
Hammer: £200

445

An early 18c oak and walnut linen press, the screw press over four short and three long drawers with a central arched cupboard, raised on bracket feet, 43.5"w, 83"h.

Est £250-300
Hammer: £250

446

A mid 17c oak three panel coffer with wire hinged cover and with limited later carved frieze and front supports, 47"w.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £50

448

An Edwardian oak occasional table fitted two shelves with ball turned side panels and having reel carved straight legs, 23"w, 29.5"h.

Est £80-100
Hammer: £130

449

An early 19c Orkney armchair of small proportion with scroll carved arms on plain supports, wicker back and seat, on square tapering legs.

Est £250-300
Hammer: £240

450

An 18c Dutch oak drawleaf dining table with central leaf and two drawleaf leaves on a deep frieze with bottom moulded edge, supported on bold baluster legs on box moulded stretcher rails and block feet, 66"l open, 49"w, 30"h.

Est £300-350
Hammer: £230

454

A late Victorian oak extending dining table of oval form with moulded edge and deep frieze, having two additional leaves and supported on bold carved baluster legs with castors, 100"l extended, 56"w.

Est £500-700
Hammer: £400

456

A set of six 19c mahogany shield back dining chairs with wheat ear terminals to the open splats, having blue leather upholstered seats, supported on straight fluted tapering legs and rear swept legs.

Est £300-350
Hammer: £250

457

A Victorian mahogany elm seated bow back armchair with baluster ring turned supports, having a central roundel splat with saddle back support and supported on bold baluster ring turned legs with H stretcher rails.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £120

458

A set of ten (8+2) Regency mahogany rope twist dining chairs with carved and shaped panel top rails, rope twist splat on ring turned tapering front legs and rear sabre legs, drop in seats.

Est £500-700
Hammer: £500

460

A mid Victorian walnut show frame and upholstered cameo back ladies chair with serpentine feet, scrolling quarter arms and with slight cabriole legs and knurl feet on castors.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £130

464

A set of six late Georgian mahogany dining chairs with curved panelled top rails, reeded supports and having upholstered seats, baluster turned front legs and rear swept legs.

Est £250-300
Hammer: £310

467

An early 19c walnut and mahogany circular pedestal tripod table, the table top with sunburst marquetry panel within a wide crossbanded border on a baluster column with three square scrolling brass inlaid legs, 18"diam, 26"h.

Est £150-200
Hammer: £150

468

An early 20c figured walnut Besway trolley tea table with automated folding top supported on four legs with castors, 24"w, 34"h.

Est £100-150
Hammer: £70

469

A Paul Kingma design coloured slate stone and brass low table with a makers design label E Naidoo, on a hexagonal base, 47"l, 31"w, 18"h.

Est £1,000-1,200
Hammer: £950