September 6th – Auction #883

Lot noDescriptionImageLot descriptionEstimateResult
1Three books - being volumes I, II & III of London edited by Charles Knight, published by Charles Knight & Co, Ludgate Street, 1841, leather bound tooled spines.BOOKS70-10030
2A book - Poems of Passion and Pleasure by Ella Wheeler Wilcox, pictured by Dudley Tennant, printed and published by Gay & Hancock, London.BOOKS70-10035
3A book - The Complete Angler or Contemplative Mans Recreation being a discourse on rivers, fish ponds, fish and fishing in two parts, the first written by Mr Isaac Walton and the second by Charles Cotton, printed in London for Samuel Bagster 1808 and being the six edition, leather bound.BOOKS100-14040
4A book - Notes on the Chase of the Wild Red Deer in the Counties of Devon and Somerset by Charles Palk Collyns of Dulverton, Surgeon, edited by the honourable L J Bathurst, illustrated by E Caldwell, printed by London Lawrence & Bullen Ltd 1902.BOOKS50-80Unsold
5A book - 19c book of patterns embellished by letter stamps of various families and organisations and totalling twenty three pages, leather bound.BOOKS120-150Unsold
6A book - The illustrated Natural History by the Rev. J G Wood MA, with four hundred and fifty original designed by William Harvey, engraved by the Bros. Dalziel, published in London by George Routledge & Co 1853, with tooled red leather spine.BOOKS60-8018
7A book - Le Blason des Armoiries par Hierosme de Bara a Paris M.DC.XXVIII. This book contains various coats of arms of important families of the time, some have been amateurishly coloured.BOOKS50-10060
8Two books - Master Humphrey's Clock by Charles Dickens with illustrations, being volumes I & II, printed in London by Chapman & Hall, 187 Strand, 1841- in poor condition.BOOKS40-60Unsold
9A book - The Costessey Collection of Stained Glass by Morris Drake, printed in Exeter by William Pollard & Co Ltd 1920.BOOKS40-6010
10A book - An Exposition on the Books of the Old Testament extracted from the writing of the best authors, ancient and modern, by John Marchant, printed in London 1745, brown suede leather bound.BOOKS100-150100
11A book - Studies of Chess containing Caissa, a poem by Sir William Jones. A systematic introduction to the game and whole analysis of chess, composed by Mr AD Philidor with original critical remarks, in two volumes, being volume I, London 1803 - binding in poor condition.BOOKS400-500Unsold
12A book - Johann Riemers, Bleichnik Reden, in tooled leather cover.BOOKS100-15040
13The Book of Common Prayer together with a psalms of David, printed in London 1844, leather bound, brass mounted and gilt edged with lock.BOOKS40-6012
14Ten books - The Golliwogg's by Florance K Upton with words by Bertha Upton, published by Longmans Green & co, London, New York and Bombay and including 'The Golliwogg's Bicycle Club', 'Air-ship', 'Auto-Go-Cart', 'Polar adventures', 'At The Seaside', 'Circus', 'Christmas', 'Desert-Island', 'Fox-Hunt', and 'In Holland'.BOOKS150-200370
15Seven books - Thirty two illustrations to Pickwick by Onwhyn and other eminent artists together with six 1870 The Mystery of Edwin Drood by Charles Dickens with illustrations, published in London by Chapman & Hall 193 Piccadilly.BOOKS500-600Unsold
16A book of church music and scripture - Canon Missae ad Usum Episcoporum Ac Praelatorum Romae - Tornachi 1934, gilt tooled, red leather bound.BOOKS100-14050
17Two books - A History of Gold Snuff Boxes by Richard and Martin Norton, published by Messers SJ Phillips of London 1938 together with A Handbook of Engraved Gems by CW King, being the second edition, published in London 1885.BOOKS40-6020
18A book - The Collectors Handbook of Marks and Monograms on Pottery and Porcelain by William Chaffers 1903.BOOKS30-4020
19Two books - Victorian Albert Museum Publication, Chinese Art by Stephen W Bushell being volumes I & II.BOOKS40-6035
20Three books - Oriental Rugs and Carpets, being the second and enlarged edition 1910, The Practical Book of Oriental Rugs by Dr. G Griffin Lewis and Rug Oriental and Occidental, Antique and Modern by Rosa Belle Holt, published Chicago 1908.BOOKS50-7035
21Three books - The Studio Year Book of Decorative Art 1906, Old Furniture - a magazine of domestic ornament edited by Lt. Col. EF Strange being volumes I, June/September 1927 together with the Home Lovers Books of Etchings, Engravings and Coloured Prints published by Frost & Reed Ltd.BOOKS50-6018
22A book - The Complete Farrier and British Sportman by Richard Lawrence together with an Abstract of The Games Act of 1831, printed for Thomas Kelly & Co, London - Most pages stained and in poor to fair order.BOOKS30-4030
23A collection of letters and notes on the American Civil War based on original letters written at the time which includes eighteen assorted letters, hand written and relating to matters involving Joseph H Livesey circa 1860, with reports and accounts from different locations between 1860 and 1865. the majority of the correspondence was between father and son. Joseph H Livesey was attached to the Indiana Central Railway Co and subsequently became a Second Lieutenant in the United States Volunteer Core, becoming a Captain during his service.BOOKS300-400Unsold
24A monochrome photograph of Prince Phillip in Military Ceremonial Costume, signed by Phillip, in a leather easel frame with crest, 8in x 6in.BOOKS150-200380
25A collection of articles commemorating the entertainer Frankie Vaughan which includes his top hat which is signed on the interior and cased, together with an ebonised walking cane with silver knop handle, twenty three LP records, six of which have signed sleeves, twenty nine 45's including six with signed sleeves, a profile magazine 'Welcome to my World', nine photographs of Frankie Vaughan, individually and with fellow entertainers, three signed, twenty one promotional black and white photographs, three signed, a typed letter dated September 1973 from the Frank and Friends Official Frankie Vaughan Club, Sunday Night at the London Palladium ticket 1974, miniature straw, Frank & Friends badge, a small plastic top hat, nine cassette tapes, postoffice telegram, BMI Records token awarded to Ginger Gurney, Christmas card, Box Office notice, a fans star library book no.1 featuring Frankie Vaughan and an All Star Variety Show at London Palladium.BOOKS700-1,000Unsold
26Three Tougan Burkina Faso steel bladed spears.GUNS AND MILITARIA100-140Unsold
27A cased taxidermy figure of a Goose in a naturalistic setting, the casing and refurbishment by RP Merchant of Oakham, Rutland, the case 21in x 24in.TAXIDERMY150-200Unsold
28An early 20c French mantel clock, the balloon shaped Art Nouveau case having a silver front panel embossed with foliage and hallmarked for 1909. This is attached to a mahogany case with nickel plated bun feet and the circular single train movement has a cylinder platform escapement and a 3.5in diam white dial with arabic numerals. The clock stands 12in tall.CLOCKS AND INSTRUMENTS150-200200
29A mid 19c French mantel clock the countwheel striking movement signed Leroy et Fils and numbered silk pendulum suspension and a 3.5in diam. silvered dial with Roman numerals. It is contained in a rectangular case of yellow Jaune brocatelle marble with bronze brass mounts and surmounted by a bronzed brass urn. The clock stands 14.5in tall overall.CLOCKS AND INSTRUMENTS200-300180
30A late 19c German novelty clock in the form of a globe mounted on a stand supported by four pillars. The globe in 4in in diameter and has the arabic numerals attached to it. Above and to one side are two cherubs with butterfly nets (one missing) and the single train movement has a free swinging pendulum, the bob of which is also globe shaped. The metalwork items are bronzed and the base and top panels of the stand are of stained wood. The clock stands 12in tall overall.CLOCKS AND INSTRUMENTS100-15050
31A late 19c French 'four glass' clock, the circular movement having a mercury compensated pendulum and rack striking on a gong. It is contained in a glazed gilt brass case with blue ground and having a bulbous top of matching enamel surmounted by a gilt urn similarly decorated. The pendulum and dial bezel are similarly decorated and the gilt dial has arabic numerals and an enamel centre. The case has four free standing rope twist columns to its corners with turned finials and paw feet. The clock stands 17.5in tall.CLOCKS AND INSTRUMENTS300-4001200
32A mid 19c English double fusee bracket clock by Dent of 33 Cockspur St, London with chain driven movement, rack striking on a gong. It has a silver pointed arch dial engraved with foliage and having Roman numerals and bearing the makers name in the arch. It is contained in a Gothic design walnut case with pointed arch top and four tier fluted columns flanking the dial. A similar shorter column sits on the apex of the arch and is connected to the side columns by a Gothic fretwork. The case sides have arched panels of timber fretwork and the rear door gas a metal sound grille. It is complete with its original wall bracket in walnut with a scrolling and carved central support. Height of clock minus bracket 25.5in tall.CLOCKS AND INSTRUMENTS2,000-2,5001950
33A late 19c German mantel clock with two train movement striking the hours and halves on a gong. The round topped dial is silvered with bright silvered embossed patterns on a matt ground and has black arabic numerals. It is contained in a mahogany lancet shaped case with fan inlays above and below the dial and boxwood stringing around its front panels. The plinth base has wooden bun feet and the rear door has a metal sound grille. The clock stands 17in tall overall.CLOCKS AND INSTRUMENTS150-20050
34A late 20c Swiss mantel clock by Angelus, the eight day movement having a balance wheel escapement and striking the hours on a gong. It is contained in a rectangular brushed steel case with gilt bun feet and the 6in square black finished dial has gold leaf shaped spandrels and a gilt dial centre with raised gilt batons for the quarters and dots for the five minute markers. The hands are pierced and gilt. It is contained in its original leatherette covered gull wing presentation box. The clock stands 7in tall.CLOCKS AND INSTRUMENTS100-150Unsold
35A late 18c English bracket clock case with associated 9in arched brass dial which has been adapted to support a mid 19c single fusee movement. The case has a bell top with large carrying handle and flambe corner finials, canted corners with caryatid and leaf castings and acanthus leaf scroll feet. The case sides have fish scale frets and carrying handles and the clock has an associated early 19c ebonised wall bracket. The clock stands 24in tall minus wall bracket.CLOCKS AND INSTRUMENTS400-600Unsold
36A late 19c English double fusee wall clock in 'Boardroom' type case with built in wall bracket. The movement is chain driven and strikes on a bell and has an 8in diam flat white dial and cast bezel with flat glass. The mahogany case has a flat wooden outer bezel and carved corner decorations sitting on the flat wall shelf which is supported by two scrolling brackets. The clock is 16in tall overall.CLOCKS AND INSTRUMENTS400-500180
37A late18c French boullework bracket clock which has suffered a catastrophic fall and is now in many pieces. These have been carefully retained by the owner and we show two photographs, one of the case as now and one as before. The clock is signed G.J. Champion, A Paris on the back plate and has countwheel strike on a gong and the 10in diam. dial has blue enamel numeral plaques on a gilt background. The movement and dial seem relatively undamaged, but the case will need long and painstaking restoration. Clock 30in tall without wall bracket.CLOCKS AND INSTRUMENTS400-600420
38A Curta Series I mechanical calculator by Contina of Liechtenstein numbered 35632 and dating from the mid 1950's. It is complete with its outer carrying canister and original manual and instructions and appears to be in good order. Canister 4.5in tall.CLOCKS AND INSTRUMENTS300-400420
39A late Georgian portable compass with silver register (rubbed) steel directional needle and with hinged brass direction sights, in mahogany case, manufactured by SA Cail of Newcastle on Tyne, circa 1800/1820, register 5in diam, case 6in w.CLOCKS AND INSTRUMENTS100-15070
40An Art Nouveau brass adjustable height lamp stand of stylistic leaf and flower design converted to electrolier, 47in h.METALWARE100-150150
41Three mid 19c style gilt metal wall sconces and one ceiling light, electroliers all with moulded and frosted acid engraved shades, the shades 10in h.METALWARE300-400260
42A 19c set of three fire irons including poker, shovel and tongs, each approx. 23in l.METALWARE70-10045
43An Art Nouveau period Tudric for Liberty two handled pewter tray, 18.75in w.METALWARE100-150150
44A pair of Anglo Indian white marble ceremonial elephant sculptures standing on plain plinths, 23.5in w, 17in h.DECORATIVE ITEMS500-700380
45A pair of 19c Chinese red lacquered carved wood Dogs of Fo, 7in h.DECORATIVE ITEMS150-200Unsold
46A pair of 19c Chinese dishes of shaped circular form, decorated in relief with village scenes together with carved wood stands, the dishes 9in diam.DECORATIVE ITEMS100-150230
47A 19c Chinese wooden walking stick scale carved, the handle carved as a dragon, 37.5in l.DECORATIVE ITEMS70-10035
48A 19c gilt bronze tazza, circular dish bowl embossed and chased with putti, fruit and mask, on short single knop column with circular stepped base, 12.5in diam.DECORATIVE ITEMS100-150Unsold
49An early 19c brass two handled ink stand fitted two cut glass ink bottles with lift off covers, having central seal box with candlestick finial, supported on four claw cast feet, 16in w.DECORATIVE ITEMS100-15065
50A pair of 18c brass single knop candlesticks with domed spun bases, 9in h.DECORATIVE ITEMS40-6020
51A William IV copper tea caddy of bombe form, the hinged cover with recumbent lion finial, 6.75in w.DECORATIVE ITEMS150-20050
52A 19c bronze two handled tazza, the bowl base cast with Bacchanalian scene, the sides with sporting scenes of gun dogs and game together with fruiting vine and lions on circular base, 10in w.DECORATIVE ITEMS120-15030
53An early 19c French bronze casket having side ring pull handles, the casket cast with leaf and flowers with side gilt bronze cast panels, depicting putti and opposing sheafs of arrows, one signed 'E Robert', the hinge cover with two combating putti, 9in w.DECORATIVE ITEMS400-500300
54A 19c bronze statue of an athlete on a stepped marble base, the base signed 'Max Krose', statue 7in h.DECORATIVE ITEMS150-200Unsold
55A bronzed patinated figure of a First World War Officer with attached label 'En Avant par Ruffony', the base incised 'Ruffony', 13.75in h.DECORATIVE ITEMS200-250200
56A Roman terracotta pitcher, 6.25in h.DECORATIVE ITEMS150-200Unsold
57A Roman terracotta pitcher, 5.25in h.DECORATIVE ITEMS100-150Unsold
58A Sanuk metal and wood saddle, 16in l.DECORATIVE ITEMS100-150Unsold
59An early 20c gilt bronze dish of lily form incised 'A. Cain' with a seated frog, 8.5in l.DECORATIVE ITEMS60-8040
60A Zimbabwean stone fish sculpture signed E Chijumai, 9.5in w.DECORATIVE ITEMS150-180140
61A Squirrelman oak book rack, 18.5in w.TREEN AND BOXES90-120100
62A 19c walnut wall bracket profusely carved with birds, bird nests, leaf, flowers and a snail, 11in w. 13.5in h.TREEN AND BOXES100-150120
63A late 19c mahogany table top cabinet fitted six pull out shelves under a drawer with tambour top and flush carrying handle, 13in w, 12in h.TREEN AND BOXES90-120130
64A turned and carved fruitwood Wassail bowl on a circular stand, the cover with spice goblet finial with a ladle, the circular dish stand on column with a circular turned base, having six accompanying goblets, 15in h, 15in diam.TREEN AND BOXES400-500Unsold
65A walnut box and cover with marquetry panels of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, the box with hinge cover having moulded edge on a stepped base, 11in w.TREEN AND BOXES150-20090
66An Indian carved wood frieze panel with Gods and attendants, 40in l, 8in h.TREEN AND BOXES100-150Unsold
67A 19c teak Oriental trunk stool, 22in w.TREEN AND BOXES90-120Unsold
68A pair of 19c brass scissors with steel blades in a cherub cast case, 5.5in l.OBJETS D'ART30-5020
69A 19c Anglo Indian brass casket of small proportion with script to front panel decorated with white metal copper scroll and leaf designs, 3in w.OBJETS D'ART40-6035
70A Victorian miniature Coopered barrel Go-to-bed, brass banded and with base strike, 3.25in h.OBJETS D'ART60-8050
71A 19c carved walnut snuff box in the form of a locked book, 3.25in l.OBJETS D'ART50-7095
72A Victorian gilt metal and mother of pearl posy holder, 5.5in l.OBJETS D'ART50-7090
73An Edwardian steel and bone combination pencil, pen, penknife and rule, 3.75in l.OBJETS D'ART40-6040
74A 19c ivory Oriental card case, carved with a central crucifix with a relief village setting within a shield shaped floral carved border and to the reverse an oval relief carved motif with corner spandrels, lid a/f, 4.5in w.OBJETS D'ART50-80110
75An early 19c French ivory circular box and cover, foliate carved borders, the lid with a miniature painting on ivory of Napoleon, box lid a/f, 3.25in diam.OBJETS D'ART100-120130
76A Samuel Mordan & Co 15ct gold cased double bladed penknife, the blades with gold button lifts, 2.75in l.OBJETS D'ART100-12070
77A 19c wax model of John Hooper MDMRCS of London and Edinburgh, deceased 1876, attributed by Mr EJ Pyke to either George or William Mossman of Glasgow, the wax medallion 3.25in h, framed and glazed, a/f - crack, 7.75in diam overall.MINIATURE PAINTINGS70-100Unsold
78A miniature painting on ceramic panel of a Stuart baby, after Sir Anthony Van Dyck from the Academy of St Luke, Rome, a/f - some paint loss, 6in x 4in.MINIATURE PAINTINGS100-14055
79A 19c oval portrait miniature of a lady, Mary Naomi Parrott, eldest daughter of Thomas and Frances Mary Parrott (Nee Hayward), at Walton House, Aylesbury on the 6th June 1862, died 22nd October 1943. The miniature painting by Gerald Hayward, oval framed and glazed, 2.5in x 2in.MINIATURE PAINTINGS100-14050
80A miniature photographic portrait of a lady in a double memoriam miniature, the other panel with a lock of hair, all within a leather case, the portrait by John Burton & Sons, each arched frame 3in x 2in.MINIATURE PAINTINGS50-7028
81A vintage Omega Seamaster Automatic gents wristwatch with mechanical movement. It is contained in a 35mm diam gold case with matt gold dial and polished gold batons and has centre seconds but no date aperture. This example has a leather Omega strap.WATCHES500-600600
82A 1970's Omega Automatic gents wristwatch with mechanical movement. It is contained in a 35mm diam. gold plated case with stainless steel back. The silvered dial has date aperture, gold hour batons, centre seconds and sword hands with luminous tips. It has a Fixo-Flex gold plated expanding bracelet, and its original case.WATCHES150-200190
83A 1960's Omega gents wristwatch with mechanical movement contained in a 9ct gold case with integral 9ct gold bracelet. The satin silver dial has gold hour batons and black hands and the integral bracelet has lengthways ribbing along it and a Omega clasp. It is contained in its original leather presentation box.WATCHES600-700900
84A 1950's ladies Rolex Precision wristwatch contained in a 9ct gold case with 9ct gold bracelet. Th e20mm diam. case has a satin silver dial with gold batons and hands and has a seconds dial.WATCHES150-200160
85A curious and extremely crude 19c gentleman's verge pocket watch signed Boskell, Liverpool. The movement has virtually no teeth left on its wheel and is contained in a base metal case which has been crudely re-covered in beaten copper. The metal dial has Roman numerals and is front winding and does not have a glass cover over the dial. It has an equally crude base metal chain with three agricultural looking keys. Watch 2.25in diam overall.WATCHES100-15070
86A 15ct gold coronet set cabochon rose quartz ring.JEWELLERY200-250Unsold
87A suite of 9ct gold rose quartz set jewellery including a bracelet, a pair of earrings together with one ring.JEWELLERY300-350Unsold
88A cultured pearl necklace with a 9ct gold pearl set clasp, 26in l.JEWELLERY150-200Unsold
89An 18ct white gold necklace, diamond and ruby set together with a white gold diamond and ruby set ring and a pair of earrings.JEWELLERY500-700480
90A 14ct white gold wish bone pendant set three diamonds, each approx .45 carat, with a chain.JEWELLERY500-700480
91A white gold diamond solitaire set ring, the diamond approx .7 carat.JEWELLERY500-700480
92An 18ct white gold diamond solitaire set ring, diamond approx 1 carat.JEWELLERY2,000-2,5001800
93A pair of 18ct gold cufflinks.JEWELLERY300-400350
94An 18ct gold rope twist and bead necklace, 24g.JEWELLERY550-650920
95An 18ct gold stick pin set with a pear cut diamond surrounded by cut emeralds under a solitaire baguette cut emerald.JEWELLERY400-500420
96An 18ct gold diamond and emerald cluster ring together with a pair of earrings.JEWELLERY500-600500
97An 18ct gold diamond set ring with central solitaire, brilliant cut diamond flanked by four smaller diamonds.JEWELLERY300-400Unsold
98A 9ct gold lapit necklace, 30g, 14in l.JEWELLERY350-450700
99A 9ct gold rope twist necklace with two beaded cages, 22g, 34in l.JEWELLERY250-300280
100An 18ct gold double chevron bracelet, 33g, 6.5in l.JEWELLERY700-8001280
101A 15ct gold pendant brooch set with seed pearl, ruby and peridot.JEWELLERY200-250280
102A platinum diamond set double drop pendant and chain.JEWELLERY300-400800
103A platinum and diamond set pendant with a suspended pearl, being of geometric form with chain.JEWELLERY400-500500
104A fine pair of late Roman fret work gold earrings set with four beaded pendants comprising seed pearls, lapis and rock crystal, circa 4c BC, Eastern Mediterranean.JEWELLERY500-700340
105A white metal enamel and paste fighting game cock stick pin.JEWELLERY100-15090
106A suite of gilt metal and coral bead set jewellery comprising a linked bracelet, bar brooch and pendant.JEWELLERY100-14050
107A late Victorian silver four division toast rack with central carrying handle on four feet, London 1894, 7.5oz, 5in l.SILVER80-100120
108A late Victorian silver thimble tot measure, engine turned and case in relief, 'Just a Thimble Full', Birmingham 1876, makers mark H T, 2.3in h.SILVER50-80160
109An Edwardian silver scent bottle of ovoid form, chased and embossed with scrollwork and flowers with hinge cover and stopper in a Mappin & Webb Ltd velvet lined leather box , Birmingham 1902, makers mark for Henry Atkin, 5in l.SILVER150-200220
110A mid Victorian silver wine goblet the bowl chased with a band of fleur de lis and flowers, supported on a baluster stem with a circular base, makers mark for Edward Kerr Reid, London 1860, 5.8oz, 5in h.SILVER120-150210
111A late Georgian silver fruit knife and fork with mother of pearl cased handles, these set with silver hearts and roundels, each 6in l.SILVER120-150200
112A set of six George III silver fiddle and husk teaspoons, makers mark for P & W Bateman, London 1808, 4.5oz, in box.SILVER70-10060
113withdrawnSILVER150-200Unsold
114An Oomersi Mewsi silver cup and saucer profusely embossed and chased with leaf and flowers, 7oz, the saucer 5in diam, the cup 2.75in h.SILVER500-600500
115A boxed set of six Russian silver gilt and enamel coffee spoons.SILVER70-100130
116A contemporary silver 'Mary had a Little Lamb' christening tankard, manufactured by Garrard & Co Ltd, in presentation box, 4in h.SILVER60-8075
117A contemporary silver egg cup, napkin ring and spoon christening set with a duck on the water and bullrushes, makers mark for Garrard & Co Ltd together with an engine turned napkin ring.SILVER50-7090
118A boxed set of yellow enamel backed and silver brushes and a comb , markers mark for Daniel; Manufacturing Co, Birmingham 1932, in original presentation box.SILVER130-150135
119A pair of early 20c Japanese silver vases, bird, leaf and floral engraved, supported on carved wood bases, each vase 7.5in h.SILVER70-10080
120A pair of contemporary silver filled two branch candelabrum, 8in h.SILVER100-15090
121A Continental circular lobed dish supported on four scrolling feet, .835 std, 16oz, 10in diam.SILVER120-150150
122A George IV two handled sucrier and a cream jug, both profusely embossed and engraved with flowers and scrollwork and supported on ball feet, the sucrier 7in w, cream jug 5.75in w, total 13oz, London 1823.SILVER140-180150
123A George V four piece silver service comprising a teapot, 10.75in w, a coffee pot, 9in h, together with two handled sucrier and cream jug, all of lobed form with threaded rims, supported on ball feet, Sheffield 1918, total 55oz.SILVER500-600580
124A late Victorian silver four piece tea and coffee service of globular chased form, having angular handles, beaded rims, London 1877, makers mark for Richard Martin & Ebenezer Hall, 69oz, teapot 9in w, coffee pot 11in h.SILVER700-800680
125A Sterling silver six setting service of twelve tea spoons, six knives, six butter knives, six dessert forks, six forks, six cocktail forks, six soup spoons, two table spoons, a set carving set, cake slice, bread serving fork, serving fork, sauce ladle, pickle fork, butter knife and a small ladle, 45oz excluding knives, carvers and cake slice.SILVER400-500570
126A forty four piece six setting silver cutlery set comprising six knives, six butter knives, six forks, six dessert forks, six dessert spoons, six soup spoons, six tea spoons and two table spoons, all of rat tail design, 61oz, excluding the knives, retailed by Harrods, in mahogany canteen.SILVER600-700700
127A set of six 19c green glass goblets with single knop stems on domed circular bases, each 5.5in h.GLASSWARE100-150Unsold
128A pair of late Georgian clear glass decanters of mallet form, facet cut with double ring necks and vestica stoppers, each 10.5in h.GLASSWARE70-100160
129An early 19c clear cut glass jug, half facet cut with moulded trailling handle, double ring neck and facet cut pouring spout, 8.5in h.GLASSWARE40-6040
130A 19c cut glass fruit bowl on stand, the bowl half ring moulded with diamond cut swags supported on a cut single knop stem with a circular cut base, 9.75in diam, 9in h.GLASSWARE90-12045
131A pair of late Georgian clear cut glass decanters with cut stepped collars over a diamond cut band and faceted base, with cut mushroom stoopers, each 8in h.GLASSWARE50-70Unsold
132A late 19c cut glass claret jug with silver plated mount having angular handle with swan terminal, mask spout with hinged dome cover, 13in h.GLASSWARE100-15080
133A late 19c/early 20c decanter of globular form, moulded and banded with silver decoration having a bold cut domed stopper, slightly a/f, 9.5in h.GLASSWARE80-100Unsold
134A Millefiori paperweight, 2.5in diam.GLASSWARE70-10090
135A Millefiori scambled paperweight , 3.25in h, and a knop paperweight, 3.5in h.GLASSWARE70-100280
136Four John Ditchfield Glasform iridescent paperweights comprising cat, 5.25in h, dog, 4.25in h, ovoid paperweight, 3.75in w, and a stone paperweight with silver butterfly, 3in w, all signed.GLASSWARE150-180250
137An 18c Armorial Chinese coffee cup in famille rose palette painted with Coat of Arms, highlighted with gilding, a/f.ORIENTAL CERAMICS30-4030
138An 18c Chinese Bianco Sopra Bianco teabowl painted with figures, flowers and rabbits in a domestic setting, 'in famille rose palette'.ORIENTAL CERAMICS50-8050
139A Chinese table rest of scroll form painted with figures seated in a garden, seal mark to base, 3.5in w.ORIENTAL CERAMICS60-801450
140A 19c Cantonese bowl of pink ground painted with flowers and butterflies, seal mark to base, a/f, 8.5in diam.ORIENTAL CERAMICS80-1201000
141An 18c lobed Chinese blue and white Kraak porcelain bowl, the centre painted with pagoda islands, figures and boats within segmented floral border, a/f, 12in diam.ORIENTAL CERAMICS160-200250
142An 18c Chinese part dinner service painted in vibrant 'Tobacco Leaf' type colours and consisting of one 8.75in diam soup plate, two leaf shaped dishes, 8in w, two rectangular dishes, 10.5in w, and two rectangular dishes, 11.75in w, minimal rim fritting.ORIENTAL CERAMICS250-350750
143A Chinese celadon glazed censor, Ming, 15c/16c, 12in diam.ORIENTAL CERAMICS400-60080
144A pair of 19c Chinese double gourd vases, blue glazed with two attendants moving a large jar in a garden setting, four character marks to base, a/f - one rim chip, each 7.25in h.ORIENTAL CERAMICS90-120380
145A late 18c Chinese dish of octagonal form with raised border, blue glazed decorated with a lady in a garden setting, 7.75in w.ORIENTAL CERAMICS40-6065
146A pair of 19c blue and white glazed plates commemorating various battles, Lancers at Amvers, Constantine & St. Jean d'Ulloa and Artillerie Apared, both plates 8in diam.EUROPEAN CERAMICS200-250Unsold
147Three 19c Staffordshire titled figures of Military gentleman of horseback being 'Lord Raclan', 'Marshall Arnaud' and 'Omer Pacha', each approx 8in h.EUROPEAN CERAMICS150-180200
148A Dr. Wall Worcester teabowl and saucer transfer printed with the 'Three Flowers' pattern, hatched crescent mark to base with letter 'E', very slightly a/f.EUROPEAN CERAMICS60-8065
149A Dr. Wall Worcester blue and white teabowl and saucer transfer printed with the 'Fence' pattern, saucer a/f, no mark.EUROPEAN CERAMICS60-8045
150A First Period Worcester coffee cup and saucer painted with the 'Mansfield' pattern.EUROPEAN CERAMICS70-9065
151A First Period Worcester teabowl and saucer transfer printed in black monochrome with the 'Milkmaids' pattern after Hancock, a/f.EUROPEAN CERAMICS80-12040
152Two Worcester blue and white lids together with a saucer painted with the 'Narcissus' pattern.EUROPEAN CERAMICS40-6020
153A First Period Worcester blue and white bowl painted with 'Cannonball' pattern, open crescent mark to base, 6in diam.EUROPEAN CERAMICS70-90Unsold
154A First Period Worcester teapot and cover painted with the 'Cannonball' pattern, the cover with flower finial a/f, open crescent mark to base, 6in h overall.EUROPEAN CERAMICS140-160110
155A Worcester barrel shaped teapot and cover transfer printed with the 'Rose Centred Spray' pattern, hatched crescent mark to base, the cover finial a/f, 3.5in h.EUROPEAN CERAMICS120-160100
156A First Period Worcester sparrow beak milk jug transfer printed with the 'Three Flowers' pattern, hatched crescent mark to base, 4.5in h.EUROPEAN CERAMICS150-18090
157A First Period Worcester ovoid tea canister transfer printed with the 'Fence' pattern, no lid, hatched crescent mark to base, 4.75in h.EUROPEAN CERAMICS200-300Unsold
158A Worcester blue and white plate transfer printed with the 'Fence' pattern, hatched crescent mark to base, 6in diam.EUROPEAN CERAMICS60-8035
159A First Period Worcester mustard pot and cover painted with the 'Mansfield' pattern, open crescent mark to base, 4in h overall.EUROPEAN CERAMICS180-200220
160A First Period Worcester cream jug painted with the 'Two Porter Landscape' pattern handle a/f, crescent mark to base, 5.25in w.EUROPEAN CERAMICS180-22060
161A First Period Worcester patty pan painted with floral sprays, open crescent to base, restored, 4.25in diam.EUROPEAN CERAMICS140-16040
162A First Period Worcester blue and white rectangular meat dish transfer printed with the 'Pine Cone' pattern, hatched crescent mark to base, restored, 13.25in w.EUROPEAN CERAMICS150-20040
163A Worcester fan shaped hors d'oeuvres dish painted with the 'Willow Rock' pattern, workmans mark to base, a/f, 3in w.EUROPEAN CERAMICS140-16040
164A First Period Worcester oval two handled dish,the handles with leaf and flower terminals, the dish transfer printed with the 'Three Flowers' pattern, a/f, 10in by 8.75in.EUROPEAN CERAMICS150-20065
165A First Period Worcester plate of scale blue ground painted with flower sprays within scrolling gilt reserves surrounding a central circular reserved butterfly, fret mark to base, 8.5in diam.EUROPEAN CERAMICS140-160210
166A Worcester teabowl and saucer painted with 'Japan' pattern, blue fret mark to base.EUROPEAN CERAMICS120-16050
167A First Period Worcester sparrow beak cream jug painted in the Mandarin style with a lady with attendant and horse grazing in a landscape, no mark, 3.5in w.EUROPEAN CERAMICS300-350430
168A First Period Worcester lobed ovoid tea canister decorated in the Oriental 'Japan' style with flowers and gilding on alternate white and dark blue grounds,no lid, blue fret marks to base, a/f, 5.5in h.EUROPEAN CERAMICS500-70060
169A late 18c Worcester tea canister of ovoid form painted and gilded with a 'Hop Trellis' pattern, no lid, 5.5in h.EUROPEAN CERAMICS600-70070
170A Barr Period Worcester tankard decorated with 'The Royal Lily' pattern, incised 'B' to base, 5.5in h, together with a similar bowl, open crescent mark to base, a/f, 6.5in diam.EUROPEAN CERAMICS120-16055
171An early 19c oval teapot and cover, possibly Herculaneum, decorated in black monochrome with a mother and children with a toy boat bedside a pond, a/f, 7in h overall.EUROPEAN CERAMICS80-12035
172An early 19c Chamberlains Worcester porcelain part teaset, pattern no.276, consisting of eight cups, (one a/f), six saucers, teapot stand, milk jug, two plates (one a/f) and a waste bowl.EUROPEAN CERAMICS250-300240
173An early 19c Derby porcelain tankard painted with a 'Japan' type pattern, crown and crossed batons mark in red to base, 4.5in h.EUROPEAN CERAMICS120-16050
174An early 19c New Hall plate of dark blue ground, the moulded and gilded border reserved with flowers, the central circular reserve painted with 'Dr. Syntax and the Gypsies' (After Thomas Rowlandson's Tours of Dr. Syntax), pattern no 2679, 8.5in diam.EUROPEAN CERAMICS140-18085
175A 19c Pearlware coffee pot transfer printed in black monochrome with a rural village scene, incised name to base (illegible), a/f, 10.5in h.EUROPEAN CERAMICS80-12040
176A 19c Dutch Delft hexagonal shaped lobed vase painted in blue and white with Oriental style flowers and birds and having a domed cover, base marked L F in mono, a/f, 14.5in h overall.EUROPEAN CERAMICS120-16050
177A late 18c Pearlware figure of Neptune on square base, trident missing a/f, 9.25in h.EUROPEAN CERAMICS80-12025
178A late 18c Wedgwood pearlware figure of Apollo on square base, the reverse impressed 'Wedgwood', slighlty a/f, 7.5in h.EUROPEAN CERAMICS90-130170
179A late 18c Pearlware hollow based Staffordshire figure group of Venus playing with cupid on green mound base applied with flowers and shredded clay a/f, 4.5in h.EUROPEAN CERAMICS120-18070
180An 18c Walton bocage figure group of sheep and lamb on a stepped mound base with shredded clay decoration, named 'Walton' on reverse scroll, a/f, 6.75in h.EUROPEAN CERAMICS180-22065
181A 19c Staffordshire figure of a zebra on oval base, slightly a/f, 6.5in h.EUROPEAN CERAMICS60-8050
182A collection of fourteen various toby pepper pots, some a/f, 5.75in to 7in h.EUROPEAN CERAMICS180-200Unsold
183A pair of 19c Meissen candlestick figures of fruit sellers, he with a dog, she with a lamb, each on a scroll and shell moulded base, crossed swords mark in blue with impressed and incised numerals, very a/f, each 14in h.EUROPEAN CERAMICS400-600300
184An early 19c Adams Pearlware meat dish transfer printed with a lioness defending her cubs from a lion, impressed mark to base, 22.5in w.EUROPEAN CERAMICS200-300430
185An early 19c Derby rosewater sprinkler in the form of a miniature watering can decorated with a 'Japan' pattern, crown and crossed batons mark in red to base, a/f, 3in h.EUROPEAN CERAMICS40-60Unsold
186A Chamberlains Worcester short candlestick on square stepped base, the blue ground painted with flowers and highlighted with gilding, the base on four ball feet having a factory backstamp, a/f, 3in h.EUROPEAN CERAMICS60-8025
187A Grainger Worcester white glazed flower moulded posy holder on leaf moulded base, 3in h,EUROPEAN CERAMICS40-60Unsold
188A 19c Wedgwood blue Jasperware pot and cover applied with Pegasus an attendant figures of maidens, 3in diam.EUROPEAN CERAMICS30-5022
189A Wemyss candlestick painted with apples, impressed 'Wemyss ware', very a/f, 9.5in h.EUROPEAN CERAMICS50-7020
190A 19c Prattward pot lid fording the stream, 4in diam, together with the original watercolour by Jesse Austin, framed and glazed.EUROPEAN CERAMICS150-200120
191A 19c Prattware pot lid of lady, boy and mandolin, 2in diam, together with the original watercolour drawing by Jesse Austin, framed and glazed.EUROPEAN CERAMICS120-150210
192A 19c Prattware pot lid, the village wedding, 4in diam, together with the original watercolour drawing by Jesse Austin, framed and glazed.EUROPEAN CERAMICS150-20090
193A 19c Prattware pot lid, The Tiolette, 3.5in diam, together with the original watercolour drawing by Jesse Austin, framed and glazed.EUROPEAN CERAMICS100-140230
194A 19c Prattware pot lid, Keeping Guard, 2.75in diam, together with original watercolour drawing, framed and glazed.EUROPEAN CERAMICS90-120140
195A 19c Prattware pot lid, 'A Letter from the Diggings', published name of the pot lid, 4in diam, together with the original watercolour drawing by Jesse Austin of the subject titled 'Valentine's Day'.EUROPEAN CERAMICS150-200150
196A Jesse Austin watercolour for the Prattware pot lid 'Sebastopol', featuring FM Pelissier and Gen. Simpson, framed and glazed.EUROPEAN CERAMICS70-100140
197A collection of six 19c Prattware pot lids all relating to Queen Victoria and the Prince Consort and including 'Englands Pride' - two versions and the late Prince Consort, all framed and approx. 4in diam.EUROPEAN CERAMICS250-300290
198A mid 20c French Atelier Camille le Tallec porcelain coffee service hand decorated with garlands and gilt grape and vine, comprising six egg cup shaped coffee cups, 3.25in h, six saucers, 4.5in diam, cream jug, 6.5in h, sugar bowl and cover, 7.75in h, and a coffee pot, 9.25in h, each piece signed to base, date code for 1964, painters mark SF.EUROPEAN CERAMICS1,200-1,5001200
199A pair of early 20c Royal Worcester two handled vases hand painted with sheep in Scottish Loch settings, by Harry Davis, date code for 1909, one vase very a/f with cracks, 12.25in h.EUROPEAN CERAMICS250-3002150
200A late 19c Royal Worcester secessionist style tube teapot moulded in relief with butterflies and branches, the handle in the form a lizard and of lavender ground, impressed factory mark to base, 5.75in h.EUROPEAN CERAMICS80-12045
201An Edwardian Doulton Lambeth stoneware tankard commemorating the coronation of Edward VII and Alexandra with a pewter upper rim and including a commemorative coronation medal and silkwork ribbons. tankard 5.25in h.EUROPEAN CERAMICS150-180Unsold
202A Roger Cockram stoneware fish jug, glazed in shades of blue, brown and red, with a fish handle and shell pouring spout, 12.5in h.EUROPEAN CERAMICS120-150Unsold
203An Ernst Bohne & Sohne porcelain model of an Ostrich, anchor mark to base, 7in h.EUROPEAN CERAMICS50-8040
204A Scandinavian Danish art pottery dish of circular form, decorated with central bird figure within bands of blue leaf, signed and numbered to base, 10in diam.EUROPEAN CERAMICS50-60Unsold
205A late 19c Italian Cantagalli Hispano Moresque style lustre charger graduated in blue and gold with foliate decoration, cockerel mark to base, a/f cracks, 18in diam.EUROPEAN CERAMICS150-20035
206A late Georgian silkwork and painted panel of a shepherdess together with ewe and lamb, oval framed and glazed, 9.5in x 7in.NEEDLEWORK PICTURES, MAPS AND PRINTS70-10090
207A late Georgian silkwork panel depicting a lady fishing in a stream, oval framed and glazed, 9.5in x 7.5in.NEEDLEWORK PICTURES, MAPS AND PRINTS100-140150
208An early 19c painted and silkwork picture of oval form depicting a sad goodbye, oval framed and glazed, 13in x 11in.NEEDLEWORK PICTURES, MAPS AND PRINTS140-16080
209A Victorian needlework panel of a parrot perched in a spray of flowers within an outer wreath of coloured flowers, framed and glazed, 16.5in x 17.5in.NEEDLEWORK PICTURES, MAPS AND PRINTS90-120Unsold
210A Christopher Saxon and William Kip 17c map of Nottinghamshire circa 1610, framed and glazed, 10.5in x 12in.NEEDLEWORK PICTURES, MAPS AND PRINTS100-140Unsold
211Mallet - two 17c coloured maps of Ancienne Arabi & Arabie, unframed, 5.75in x 4in.NEEDLEWORK PICTURES, MAPS AND PRINTS100-150Unsold
212An 18c map of the First Plantations of the Suns of Ham and of the Countries peopled by their decendants, coloured, unframed, 5.75in x 7in.NEEDLEWORK PICTURES, MAPS AND PRINTS60-8075
213Joannes Kip - Southwick in the county of Southampton, the seat of Richard Norton esq. black and white engraving, framed and glazed, 14in x 18.5in.NEEDLEWORK PICTURES, MAPS AND PRINTS70-100Unsold
214A collection of thirteen Cries of London coloured prints after the original paintings by F Wheatlet RA, titled, framed and glazed, 16.5in x 11.5in.NEEDLEWORK PICTURES, MAPS AND PRINTS150-200Unsold
215H Alken - The Comforts of Being Drove Like a Gentleman, two coloured prints published January 1st 1837, framed and glazed, each 8.5in x 18in.NEEDLEWORK PICTURES, MAPS AND PRINTS70-100Unsold
216Lionel Edwards - three early 20c hunting prints, two of the Bicester at Poundon and the Whaddon Chase, Hunt from Oving, signed by the artist in pencil, framed and glazed, each 15in x 20in.NEEDLEWORK PICTURES, MAPS AND PRINTS150-200Unsold
217A collage with letters and documents relating to the Hatch Family, during the latter part of the 18c and early 19c including a watercolour portrait of a gentleman assumed to be John Hatch, framed and glazed, 16.5in x 25in.NEEDLEWORK PICTURES, MAPS AND PRINTS150-200Unsold
218An early 19c panoramic of London and the Thames coloured print, with key to the panorama of London and the Thames, framed and glazed, 93in x 11in.NEEDLEWORK PICTURES, MAPS AND PRINTS150-200280
219Beryl Cook - Dirty Dancing, issued February 2008, coloured offset lithograph 150/650, signed in pencil, unframed, 19.5in x 11in.NEEDLEWORK PICTURES, MAPS AND PRINTS100-120Unsold
220Graham Clarke - two framed coloured limited edition prints, Fresh Fish 100/150 and Network 100/150, signed in pencil, framed and glazed, each 4in x 6in. Together with Graham Clarke's book 'Grand Tour'.NEEDLEWORK PICTURES, MAPS AND PRINTS120-150Unsold
221L S Lowry - The Beach, a print, signed in pencil, stamped, framed and glazed, 10.25in x 21in.NEEDLEWORK PICTURES, MAPS AND PRINTS200-2503500
222L S Lowry 24/9/12 - Deal, black and white print, framed and glazed, 7in x 9.5in.NEEDLEWORK PICTURES, MAPS AND PRINTS40-50850
223After Henri Matisse - a black and white lithographic book plate from the original dated 1943, from Dessins Themes e Variations de Matisse, framed and glazed, 12in x 9.75in.NEEDLEWORK PICTURES, MAPS AND PRINTS100-140Unsold
224After Henri Matisse - a black and white lithographic book plate from the original dated 1943, from Dessins Themes e Variations de Matisse, framed and glazed, 11.75in x 8in.NEEDLEWORK PICTURES, MAPS AND PRINTS100-140Unsold
225Two Russian propaganda posters printed in black and red, one with date 1941, the other a date of 1967, both framed and glazed, 31in x 23in.NEEDLEWORK PICTURES, MAPS AND PRINTS150-200Unsold
226A Russian propaganda poster depicting Lenin sweeping the world off Capitalism, framed and glazed, 27in x 18in.NEEDLEWORK PICTURES, MAPS AND PRINTS50-10065
227George Braque - a print from the intimate sketch books of George Brack, published by Andre Sauret 1958, framed and glazed, 13in x 9in.NEEDLEWORK PICTURES, MAPS AND PRINTS50-8035
228A collection of fifteen coloured advertising prints relating to the late 19c/early 20c entertainment including Dudley Hardy a Gaiety Girl and London Male Easter Gifts after George Whitelaw and French poster print Le Pole Nord, 22in x 14in.NEEDLEWORK PICTURES, MAPS AND PRINTS250-30060
229Fraser - The Ballerina, framed coloured limited edition print 2/250, signed in pencil, framed and glazed, 24in x 17.5in.NEEDLEWORK PICTURES, MAPS AND PRINTS90-12095
230An early 20c Japanese scroll painting of a tiger, signed, 38.5in x 16in.NEEDLEWORK PICTURES, MAPS AND PRINTS100-150120
231Japanese woodblock print - Utagawa Kunisada & Utagawa Hiroshige , the actor Kakuju in the play Kabuki, published 1852/53, framed and glazed, 12.75in x 9.5in.NEEDLEWORK PICTURES, MAPS AND PRINTS60-8070
232Japanese woodblock print - Utagawa Kunisada II 1854, man who plays with snakes, framed and glazed, stamped, 14.5in x 10in.NEEDLEWORK PICTURES, MAPS AND PRINTS60-8070
233Marino Marini - coloured abstract print of a dancer, 29/50, signed in pencil, framed and glazed, 30in x 22in.NEEDLEWORK PICTURES, MAPS AND PRINTS150-200180
234John Entwistle - two original pen and ink drawings of Ronnie Wood and one of Bill Wyman, approx 23in x 18in.NEEDLEWORK PICTURES, MAPS AND PRINTS150-200160
235Henry Charles Fox - cattle driven on a lane next to a haystack, signed and dated 1914, watercolour, framed and glazed, 20.5in x 13.5in.WATERCOLOURS100-150110
236Francis William Topham 1808/1877 - the fern gatherer, information to reverse, watercolour, framed and glazed, 13in x 9in.WATERCOLOURS150-200300
237Jos. Barnes - a lady picking blackberries, signed, watercolour, framed and glazed, 19in x 13in.WATERCOLOURS100-150160
238Alfred Powell 1876 - beach scene, preparing a fishing boat, signed and dated, watercolour, framed and glazed, 9in x 13in.WATERCOLOURS150-200100
239Albert Pollitt 1895 - a fast flowing river in a gorge, signed and dated, watercolour, framed and glazed, 20in x 15in.WATERCOLOURS150-200Unsold
240Henry Charles Fox - sheep drover and his flock passing into a woodland setting, signed and dated, watercolour, framed and glazed, 20.5in x 13.5in.WATERCOLOURS150-200100
241S Wilkes 1861 - the millhouse with pond and figure in the foreground, signed and dated, watercolour, framed and glazed, 16in x 25in.WATERCOLOURS150-200100
242Stuart Lloyd - Carlaverock Castle, signed and dated, watercolour, framed and glazed, 19in x 29in.WATERCOLOURS250-300100
243In the manner of Samuel Prout - soldiers and officers with towns people at a stone arched gateway, unsigned, framed and glazed, 13.5in x 9.5in.WATERCOLOURS200-250100
244William Callow 1812/1908 - Harrow on the Hill, watercolour, signed, framed and glazed, 9.75in x 13.5in.WATERCOLOURS200-250210
245E Richardson 1852 - stone bridge in a valley setting, in the Highlands, signed and dated, watercolour, framed and glazed, 8.5in x 13in.WATERCOLOURS150-200270
246Mono JFM - 19c, cattle watering in a riverbed at sunset, watercolour, signed in mono, framed and glazed, 11in x 17.5in.WATERCOLOURS100-150Unsold
247Robert Andrew Riddell - Kilchurn Castle, signed in mono, dated 1798, watercolour, framed and glazed, 6.75in x 9.5in.WATERCOLOURS100-150Unsold
248Johann Jakob-Wolfenberger - Temple of Minerva, information to reverse, unsigned, watercolour, framed and glazed, 17.5in x 26in.WATERCOLOURS600-7003000
249WH Dyer - a pair, Grimspound Dartmoor & Sharppoint Dartmoor, signed and titled, watercolours, framed and glazed, each 13.5in x 20in.WATERCOLOURS200-300Unsold
250Unsigned - cattle grazing in a coastal landscape setting, watercolour, framed and glazed, 7in x 12in.WATERCOLOURS70-10050
251S McCloy - two ladies and a child with fishing boat and lobster pots, signed, watercolour, framed and glazed, 18in x 13.5in.WATERCOLOURS300-400Unsold
252Johann Jakob-Wolfenberger - Middle Eastern temple, watercolour, framed and glazed, 19.5in x 25in.WATERCOLOURS200-3001500
253Marek Rudniki - two sages, pastel, signed, framed and glazed, 21in x 17in.WATERCOLOURS250-300Unsold
254Marek Rudiniki - a sage meditating, pastel, signed, framed and glazed, 17.5in x 14in.WATERCOLOURS250-300Unsold
255Henri Moore - tiger from Animals in the Zoo Delux Edition print , un-numbered edition of fifteen, signed in pencil, framed and glazed, 13inx x16in.WATERCOLOURS400-600380
256Miro - Abstract panel print in blue, green, yellow, black and blue, 63/100, signed in pencil, framed and glazed, 31in x 28in.WATERCOLOURS200-300520
257Mono BGP 1890 - a bird and a frog in a pondside setting, with egrets and pine tree branches, Oriental style, painted on gilt linen backing, framed and glazed, 37in x 11.5in.WATERCOLOURS100-150Unsold
258In the manner of L S Lowry 1961 - ship pulling out of the Port of Sunderland, signed and dated, blue crayon and pencil, framed and glazed, 5.5in x 7.75in.WATERCOLOURS500-700500
259M D'Aguilar - female relaxing on a beach, signed, pastel, framed and glazed, 14.75in x 10.5in.WATERCOLOURS70-100Unsold
260Innes - landscape with poppies in the foreground, signed, pastel, framed and glazed, 15.25in x 19in.WATERCOLOURS90-120Unsold
261Unity Spencer 1950 - portrait of a girl, Gillian Barclay, signed in pencil and dated, framed and glazed, 10in x 9.5in.WATERCOLOURS70-100110
262C Williams Ellis - Blaen Nantmore, Snowdonia, unsigned, watercolour, framed and glazed, 10in x 12.5in.WATERCOLOURS70-10050
263N Lytton 1942 - lady on the banks of a river close to a stone bridge, signed and dated, watercolour, framed and glazed, 12.5in x 19.5in.WATERCOLOURS100-150Unsold
264DW Wynfield - the rich widow, oil on canvas in board, signed, framed, 4.75in x 9in.OIL PAINTINGS150-200Unsold
265A late 19c unsigned English School - awaiting the catch, oil on canvas, framed and glazed, 11.5in x 15.5in.OIL PAINTINGS90-12060
266Unsigned late 18c/early 19c Continental - a priest wearing a bravetti, oil on canvas, unframed, 19in x 5.5in.OIL PAINTINGS150-20080
267A 19c Colonial School - the love nest, oil on canvas, unsigned, framed, 11in x 15in.OIL PAINTINGS100-150Unsold
268IC Goodell - extract from the Declaration of Independence in phonography, written at the Apollo Rooms in New York, Thursday evening, May 1849. ANF Goodell aged six years and eight months, the texts accompanying a portrait of a young child, oil on board, framed and glazed, 18in x 9.75in.OIL PAINTINGS200-250270
269A Tour- - ? - The Alchymist signed in mono AHT, dated 1870 with paper label to reverse, oil on board, framed, 8.25in x 23in.OIL PAINTINGS150-200320
270Unsigned 19c - figures on a stone bridge with dog and cottages in the background, oil on board, framed, 7.5in x 9in.OIL PAINTINGS90-120Unsold
271JC Ibbetson - English coastal setting with lady and gentleman seated on the hillside together with a drover with his cows, unsigned, oil on panel, framed, 8in x 10in.OIL PAINTINGS200-250280
272JC Ibbetson - lady on horseback with cattle and drover approaching a lake, unsigned, oil on board, framed, 8in x10in.OIL PAINTINGS200-300250
273Unsigned 18c Italian school - figures in boats on a castle lake with temple on the hillside, oil on board, framed, 6.75in x 9.25in.OIL PAINTINGS100-200Unsold
274WF Ready 1865 - a beached fishing boat close to harbour entrance with rough seas, signed in mono WFR, oil on board, framed, 8in x 14in.OIL PAINTINGS200-300220
275Unsigned 19c painting on metal panel - a classical scene with a female accompanied by an admirer, attendants and putti, oil on panel, framed and glazed, 9in x 11.5in.OIL PAINTINGS200-300600
276Kopo606 - a Russian oil on card, signed and dated verso 1960 - knights in armour, framed and glazed, 5.5in x 11.5in.OIL PAINTINGS100-150Unsold
277- Bouvard - Quayside in a Venetian canal setting, signed, oil on canvas, framed, 19in x 25in.OIL PAINTINGS1,200-1,5002400
278Winterhalter - Charles Cecil Cope , third Earl of Liverpool GCB, born 29th May 1784, died 3rd October 1851. Label to reverse indicates that this painting was the gift of Her Majesty Queen Victorian, August 1852. It was given to Lady C J V Harcourt, oil pastiche on board, framed and glazed, 12in x 9.75in.OIL PAINTINGS2,000-3,000Unsold
279Rosemary Sarah Welch - horses under and oak tree in an autumn setting, signed, oil on canvas, framed, 17in x 23in.OIL PAINTINGS150-200500
280Edward De Witt Taylor 1930 - rolling autumn countryside, signed and dated, oil on panel, framed, 31.5in x 34in.OIL PAINTINGS200-250320
281- McConnell - the Bentley in a garage setting, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 23.5in x 36in.OIL PAINTINGS300-400480
282Graham Clarke - Chipstead High Street, oil on board, signed, framed, 19in x 29in.OIL PAINTINGS300-400Unsold
283JD Henderson - lake, woodland and mountains, oil on board, signed, framed, 19.5in x 29.5in.OIL PAINTINGS250-300Unsold
284Patton - A large vase of flowers, signed, oil on canvas, framed, 78in x 59in.OIL PAINTINGS300-400Unsold
285A 19c mahogany breakfront standing bookcase with adjustable fitted open shelves under a dentile moulded cornice with fluted central supports flanked by turned and fluted Corinthian column pilasters, 104in w, 65.5in h.FURNITURE500-700700
286A mid Victorian oak large sideboard with a griffin carved and panelled back board with upper shelves supported by scroll leaf and fruit carved supports on a base, the top with chequer inlay supported on a base with central drawer flanked by two short drawers over cupboard, two with applied dead game, the central one with fruit within column carved pilasters having a carved and moulded plinth on compressed bun feet, 72in w, 69in h.FURNITURE400-600300
287An Edwardian period walnut side cabinet fitted with railed pull out shelves and enclosed by panel sliding doors under a moulded cornice with a moulded plinth, 56in w, 54.5in h.FURNITURE250-300Unsold
288A 19c figured mahogany dressing chest of rectangular form, the top with moulded edge over one central cupboard enclosed by two panelled doors flanked by four short drawers over three long graduated drawers, all with circular ring pull brass handles, side panelled, on moulded plinth with bracket feet, 50in w, 51in h.FURNITURE350-400Unsold
289An early 19c rosewood mirror back credenza with upper shelf having a pierced brass three quarter gallery over base fitted a shelf and enclosed by pleated material arched doors on a plain plinth, with cast brass mounts, 44in w, 48.5in h.FURNITURE300-400Unsold
290A pair of 19c Sheraton style mahogany bow front side tables fitted one central drawer over kneehole flanked by two short drawers, supported on square tapering legs with spade feet, each 42in w, 32.5in h.FURNITURE400-600200
291An early 19c mahogany twin pillar dining table, the D ends with dual tilt top actions, with four reeded splayed legs on castors and one additional leaf, 55in l closed, 28.5in h.FURNITURE300-400400
292A 19c mahogany twin pillar D end dining table, table top with reeded edge, the splayed reeded legs with brass lion paw cap castors, 74in l, 45in w.FURNITURE200-250160
293A late Victorian oak two drawer centre table being of rectangular form with moulded edge and panelled top, fitted two side drawers lobed carved, on a stretcher frame with central wrythen carved columns flanked by four reeded and turned column supports on carved platform base, 41in w, 30in h.FURNITURE250-300140
294A late Victorian walnut writing desk, the upper section with spindle gallery fitted two short drawers and flanking open shelves, the desk top with red gilt tooled surface over one central drawer flanked by three short drawers with ring turned supports and open base shelves with spindle galleries, all with ebony line and supported on castors, 48in w, 41.5in h.FURNITURE300-400120
295A late Georgian mahogany side table of rectangular form with moulded edge, having one long drawer supported on square chamfered straight legs with carved brackets on pad feet, 42in w, 30in h.FURNITURE150-200100
296An early 19c mid Georgian style mahogany fold over card table being of rectangular form with moulded edge, having a deep plain frieze and supported on carved cabriole legs with ball and claw feet, 33.5in w, 29in h.FURNITURE250-300Unsold
297A Victorian mahogany two tier buffet, the upper table with a three quarter short gallery, the central shelf with fitted drawer and with an open base shelf having ring turned tapering supports, on castors, 39in w, 38in h.FURNITURE150-20080
298A Victorian figured mahogany twin pedestal desk fitted one central drawer over kneehole flanked by eight short drawers on moulded plinths, 54in w, 29.5in h.FURNITURE250-300Unsold
299A large circular extending figured mahogany Jupe style concentric dining table having eight extending leaves in a matching lockable cabinet by Brights of Nettlebed, 67in diam, 30in h. The swivel action top is formed of eight spin out triangular segments and with the leaves expand the table top which is raised on a central turned pillar and four turned columns on a quatrefoil platform base. The internal capston action and inset corners are of solid brass construction.FURNITURE3,000-4,0002500
300A late Victorian music cabinet on stand with a serpentine tray top over open shelf, having five pull out drawers with fall fronts and anodised copper fittings supported on slight cabriole carved legs, 21.5in w, 38.5in h.FURNITURE150-200Unsold
301A 19c Dutch marquetry bureau, profusely inlaid with flowers and insects, having fall front and well fitted interior over one long drawer with shaped aprons and supported on slight cabriole square facet tapering legs, 37.5in w, 40in h.FURNITURE500-700500
302A mid 19c figured mahogany chiffonier with a raised back panel and shelf supported by cast brass columns and fitted one long drawer over cupboard base, enclosed by pleated material panelled doors within split wrythen moulded pilasters on a shaped egg and tongue carved plinth with short lobed carved feet, 37in w, 47.5in h.FURNITURE300-400Unsold
303A 19c walnut centre table of rectangular form, the table top with carved and moulded edge and supported on a profusely carved base with flowers and vine, supported on four corner legs, griffin carved and with ball and claw feet, 29.5in w, 30in h.FURNITURE300-35050
304A late Georgian mahogany silver table of rectangular tray top form with moulded edge having pull out slide, carved frieze and supported on slight cabriole carved and tapering legs with pad feet, 33in w, 27in h.FURNITURE400-600280
305A Theodore Alexander replica Queen Anne style break-bow front chest of drawers with brushing slide, three short and three long drawers, crossbanded and boxwood strung and retailed by Brights of Nettlebed, 32in w, 34in h.FURNITURE400-600100
306A 19c French mahogany vitrine cabinet of rectangular serpentine form, the top with marquetry panel having central patera surrounded by angels, the cabinet with two side windows enclosed by glazed door, supported on short cabriole legs with brass mounts, 27.5in w, 27.5in h.FURNITURE200-250Unsold
307A Victorian figured walnut side cabinet, marquetry decorated, the shelved interior enclosed by two arched glazed doors with ormolu mounts and caryatids, supported on a shaped base, this too with cast brass border, 51.5in w, 44.5in h.FURNITURE400-600380
308A late 19c mahogany glazed oval vitrine cabinet on stand decorated with marquetry scroll and foliate, having side windows and supported on slight tapering cabriole legs with X stretcher rail, 24in w, 30in h.FURNITURE200-250180
309A 19c rosewood veneered Wellington chest fitted seven graduated drawers with locking bar, supported on a plain plinth and having brass side carrying handles, 21in w, 42.5in h.FURNITURE300-350150
310A George III figured mahogany kneehole desk of rectangular form, the top with moulded edge, having one long frieze drawer over central kneehole with cupboard and flanked by six short drawers, on bracket feet, 32in w, 32in h.FURNITURE400-500Unsold
311An early 19c mahogany two tier whatnot with base drawer, 18in w, 38in h.FURNITURE100-150Unsold
312A Victorian mahogany Wellington chest fitted seven drawers with locking bar and carved volutes on a plain plinth, 20.5in w, 42in h.FURNITURE200-250220
313A 19c mahogany small chest of four graduated drawers with a slide having brass drop handles and supported on bracket feet, 23.75in w, 29.5in h.FURNITURE250-300100
314A George III mahogany circular tilt top pedestal tripod table, 31.5in diam, 27.5in h.FURNITURE150-200Unsold
315A brass rail inlaid two tier pedestal lamp table, 24in diam, 69in h.FURNITURE150-200110
316A pair of George III mahogany bedside commode cabinets with galleried tray tops and carrying handles over a tambour fronted cupboard and pull out base, each 19.5in w, 31.5in h.FURNITURE400-6001650
317A pair of late Georgian mahogany hall chairs with octagonal carved back panels, painted with Heraldic Crest, with solid seat, cabriole rear legs and front turned and carved tapering legs.FURNITURE100-150150
318A late 18c/early 19c oak book press, 27.5in w, 24in h.FURNITURE200-250Unsold
319A 19c invalid chair with wicker seat, spindled wheels, green leather buttoned upholstery, 25.5in w, wheels 49in diam.FURNITURE150-200220
320A Regency figured mahogany twin flap oval Pembroke type table, the table top with an oval central panel within crossbanded and line inlaid border repeated to the table edge, having one end drawer and supported on fluted tapering legs with castors, 31in w, 28.5in h.FURNITURE250-300180
321A George III mahogany serpentine chest of four long graduated drawers within canted corners, the top with moulded edge and the top drawer fitted with dressing table boxes, open compartments and a mirror, supported on bracket feet, 41.5in w, 32.5in h.FURNITURE400-6003000
322An early 19c mahogany bow front side table fitted two drawers and supported on ring turned tapering legs, 38in w, 30.5in h.FURNITURE200-250240
323A Victorian walnut veneered circular pedestal tripod table, the top with a wide cross band inlaid with flowers and scrollwork surrounding a central ebonised floral motif, 20in diam, 28.5in h.FURNITURE150-200220
324An Edwardian mahogany serpentine oval two tier centre table, crossbanded and line inlaid with a central patera motif and supported on square line inlaid tapering legs with spade feet co-joined by cross stretcher rails, 30.5in w, 28.5in h.FURNITURE120-150Unsold
325An early 19c mahogany gentlemans chest having four long graduated drawers under one long deep drawer and a three quarter galleried top with reeded edge and supported on lobed carved bun feet, 34in w, 46.5in h.FURNITURE300-400580
326A George III mahogany kneehole desk of rectangular form with moulded edge having a pull out slide over one long drawer over kneehole with cupboard flanked by six short drawers and supported on bracket feet, 38.5in w, 32.5in h.FURNITURE300-400Unsold
327A 19c French walnut vitrine cabinet fitted shelves and with side viewing windows and one large glazed door, brass mounted with marble top and three quarter pierced brass gallery and supported on pointed bun, brass mounted feet, 25.5in w, 56.5in h.FURNITURE300-400350
328An early 19c mahogany twin flap pedestal sofa table fitted one end drawer, the pedestal with four splayed moulded legs with brass lion paw capped castors, 36in w, 28.5in h.FURNITURE200-300100
329A Turkman marquetry and pearl inlaid octagonal low table, retailed and labelled Liberty & Co, 16.5in diam, 20.5in h.FURNITURE150-200180
330A 19c oak and walnut wall mirror, the quatrefoil mirror plate within a carved and decorated panel, flanked by turned and carved extended columns, 20in w, 39in h.FURNITURE150-200260
331A William & Mary walnut fret carved wall mirror, 39in x 19.5in.FURNITURE200-250100
332A late 19c/early 20c Italian carved walnut oval wall mirror with angel carved pediment, 29.5in x 13.75in.FURNITURE150-20070
333An 18c walnut veneered wall mirror with double plate with a shaped and arched frame, 24.5in x 11in.FURNITURE100-15050
334A Victorian oak box settle, the two panel back profusely carved in relief with tavern scenes, having scale carved downswept arms with lion terminals, the two panelled box with lion mask repeated to the caryatids, the base with carved plinth, 48in w, 44in h.FURNITURE300-400110
335A 19c oak double bedstead, the bedhead with material upholstered panel within profusely carved supports under a carved moulded cornice with central masks and with a relief carved three panelled footboard with central crest flanked by religious associated scenes, carved S.Lugas and S.Margus, base 63.5in w, headboard 65in w, bed 78in l.FURNITURE500-700240
336A mid Georgian mahogany lowboy with plank top, re-entrant corners fitted two long drawers and supported on straight turned tapering legs with pad feets, 26in w, 27in h.FURNITURE250-300200
337An oak turned and carved pegged joint stool, 18in w, 18in h.FURNITURE200-250Unsold
338A late 17c/early 18c oak joint stool, 17in w, 18in h.FURNITURE200-300Unsold
339An early 18c oak open armchair with shaped downswept arms with baluster turned supports, having solid seat and a carved back panel, on baluster turned and carved legs, 47in h.FURNITURE200-250110
340A 19c mid Georgian style walnut two seater stool carved and shaped frieze, turned tapering legs with ball and claw feet, 39in w,FURNITURE150-200Unsold
341A pair of early 18c walnut side chairs with solid seats, having solid carved vase splats under carved arched top rails with floral carved shaped front supports to the carved and black turned legs, each 46in h.FURNITURE250-300210
342A set of ten (8+2) elm country dining chairs with rush seats and having deep back panels within turned and tapering supports, supported on ring turned tapering front legs with turned spindle supports.FURNITURE500-700880
343An early 19c mahogany rocking cradle with hood, 39.5in l.FURNITURE100-150Unsold
344A George III mahogany Chippendale style open armchair with upholstered dropin seat on slightly chamfered legs.FURNITURE100-150Unsold
345A set of six walnut framed green leather upholstered dining chairs with shell carved top rails and fluted lobed supports and front legs and having rear sabre legs.FURNITURE200-250Unsold
346A pair of walnut framed Queen Anne style high back single chairs with studded brown leather upholstery and padded seats.FURNITURE200-250110
347A Victorian walnut framed green leather buttoned upholstered armchair, the frame profusely carved with leaf and flowers having front cabriole legs and rear swept legs on castors.FURNITURE150-200230
348A late 17c/early 18c oak single chair with solid seat, having an arched carved panelled back within plain supports, pegged construction and with bobbin turned and carved legs and stretcher rail and moulded stretcher rails to the sides and rear.FURNITURE100-15050
349A Victorian walnut serpentine cameo backed two seater settee with buttoned upholstery, the cameo back within a carved frame with a fruit form pediment, having fluted side supports with carved and turned tapering front legs and rear swept legs on castors, 72in w.FURNITURE350-400340
350A Victorian mahogany framed daybed with green leather buttoned upholstery with moulded frame and supported on turned and carved legs with castors, 80in l.FURNITURE400-5001250
351A Chesterfield with brown leather buttoned upholstery, 76in w.FURNITURE400-5001000
352A brown leather upholstered Chesterfield with rolling arms and buttoned upholstery, 90in w.FURNITURE400-5001350
353A mid Georgian style wingback armchair with buttoned brown leather upholstery and loose squab cushion, studded with turned arms and mahogany frame, 35in w, 43in h.FURNITURE400-600420
354A set of eight (6+2) late Georgian mahogany dining chairs with upholstered seats with reeded and carved top rails and supports, ring turned shaped horizontal splats, rear sabre legs and front ring turned legs.FURNITURE300-400Unsold
355A 19c Georgian style mahogany framed upholstered stool with carved tapering legs and block feet, having open brackets with upholstered block in seat.FURNITURE150-200480
356A set of six (4+2) George III mahogany chair frames with pierced and interlaced back splats under rolling top rails with slightly chamfered straight front legs and rear swept legs.FURNITURE300-400100
357A set of six mid Victorian figured mahogany balloon back dining chairs with foliate carved splats, upholstered seats and supported on turned baluster legs with rear sabre legs.FURNITURE250-300Unsold
358A set of four George III style mahogany dining chairs with upholstered dropin seats, having pierced vase splats, shaped top rails with lobed carved ears, the front seat support carved and supported on slight carved cabriole legs with ball and claw feet and having rear straight legs.FURNITURE250-300220
359A 19c Italian Renaissance Revival Sgabello chair, profusely carved with facial masks and mermaids, leaf and scroll work, 46.5in h.FURNITURE300-400150
360A Victorian upholstered walnut show frame prie dieu chair.FURNITURE70-10030
361A 1950's 'Cumbral Furniture by Morris of Glasgow' Cumbre walnut veneered chest of three long drawers with turned handles and supported on shaped splayed legs, 31in w, 34in h.FURNITURE200-300Unsold
362A Russell of Broadway extending teak dining table of rectangular form with moulded edge on straight tapering legs together with six (4+2) upholstered dining chairs, the table when closed 41.5in w, 30in h.FURNITURE400-500100
363A 1950's Gordon Russell teak double helix sideboard, 48in w, 33in h.FURNITURE300-500150
364A pair of mid century Danish Henning Norgaard for Komfort glass top coffee tables , each 20in sq, 15.5in h.FURNITURE400-500Unsold

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