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Wednesday, 15 September, 2010

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Works of Art (lots 110 - 192)

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Lot Description Illustration
110
A COLLECTION OF THIRTY EIGHT ENAMELLED PORTRAIT MEDALLIONS portraying 19th Century political, military and royal figures mounted on a red velvet shield, 9 1/2" x 6 1/2" overall.
Sold for £90
111
A COLLECTION OF FIFTY MAGIC LANTERN SLIDES by Fradelle & Young, 246 Regent Street, labelled in wooden box.
Sold for £65
Not Illustrated
112
A CHINESE BLACK LACQUERED TEA CADDY fitted two engraved pewter containers enclosed by a hinged rising lid (one carved foot deficient).
Sold for £180
Not Illustrated
113
A World War I OFFICER'S CEREMONIAL DRESS SWORD by Hobson & Sons, Golden Square, London W.
Sold for £50
Not Illustrated
114
A SET OF FOUR GILT BRASS THREE BRANCH WALL LIGHTS - each of rococo form with foliate cast sconces, 19" high (4).
Sold for £600
115
A LATE VICTORIAN OAK AND BRASS BOUND TANTALUS - with overhead carrying handle, the lockable bar enclosing three square section decanters and stoppers, one with electroplated drip catcher, 14 1/2" wide.
Sold for £190
Not Illustrated
117
AN ITALIAN CARVED WALNUT BUST - perhaps Venus or Diana, the figure with head turned to the side and hair tied in a bun on marble plinth, 17" high overall.
Sold for £400
118
A PAIR OF ANTIQUE CARVED GILTWOOD TWIN BRANCH WALL SCONCES - each in Neo Classical style with ribbon and bow and wreath above a harp and with scrolling branches above tassles, 27" high overall.
Sold for £600
119
A VICTORIAN BURR WALNUT STATIONARY BOX - the twin division sloped front opening to reveal shaped letter divisions, pen and ink tray, 13" wide.
Sold for £140
Not Illustrated
121
A QUANTITY OF FRAGMENTS AND BOLTS OF LEATHER.
Sold for £100
Not Illustrated
126
A DAGUERREOTYPE depicting four Victorian gentlemen in tooled leather case and two further cased examples (3).
Sold for £20
127
A MID 20TH CENTURY PAINTED AND VARNISHED WOOD POND YACHT 'PLANET' with weighted keel, 24" long.
Sold for £40
Not Illustrated
128
A 19TH CENTURY CIRCULAR OAK MINIATURE TABLE with baluster turned column, circular platform base and three scroll feet, 9" diameter; three Chinese hardwood stands; and a pierced and carved easel book rest (lacking easel) (5).
Sold for £40
Not Illustrated
130
A STAMP ALBUM principally containing Commonwealth 1937 Coronation Issues and a few assorted mixed world stamps (some loose); and a few First Day Covers to include Channel Island issues contained in a cigar box.
Sold for £40
Not Illustrated
132
AN ETHNOGRAPHIC CARVED WOODEN STICK with stylised figure handle on a metal stand, 29".
Sold for £180
133
A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY BANJO WHEEL BAROMETER, the case inlaid with oval shell and fan medallions with broken triangular pediment, the silvered dial inscribed 'A Lombardini, Bristol', 38" high.
Sold for £170
Not Illustrated
134
A PAIR OF VICTORIAN BRASS CANDLESTICKS with knopped stems, 8" high; a Victorian dome topped oak stationery box with pierced brass straps; and a small collection of horse brasses.
Sold for £25
Not Illustrated
135
A SET OF TWELVE PAINTED HALF WOODEN MODELS of ships, each demonstrating the various types of rigging to include Schooners, Ketches, Barques etc, all mounted in four painted wood and glazed frames, 43" wide overall (4).
Sold for £2,700
136
A FIVE PIECE CARVING SET consisting of two carving knives, two forks and a steel, all with stag horn handles by Joseph Rogers and Sons, cased.
Sold for £75
Not Illustrated
139
AN ARTS & CRAFTS COPPER AND BRASS BOUND LOG BIN of elephant foot shape with serpent handles, 19" diameter; a copper bucket with swing handle; and one further (3).
Sold for £180
140
A CHINESE WHITE METAL TEA URN of square section form, the lockable burner with pierced decoration and with associated hardwood stand.
Sold for £45
Not Illustrated
141
A PAIR OF BRASS ALTAR CANDLESTICKS on turned baluster stems, 31" high and a pair of gilt metal floor standing candle holders, 49" high.
Sold for £130
142
A 1930'S OAK WALL CLOCK with gilt metal dial.
Sold for £20
Not Illustrated
143
A JOHN WARMINK GEORGIAN STYLE BRACKET CLOCK with gilt metal mounts, 12 1/2" high.
Sold for £20
Not Illustrated
144
A 20TH CENTURY GILT METAL AND JADE MODEL of a bonsai tree on a rectangular wooden stand, 16" high.
Sold for £40
Not Illustrated
147
A CHINESE SOAP STONE INCENSE BURNER carved in the form of dogs of fo, 10" across.
Sold for £30
Not Illustrated
148
A PAIR OF CARVED IVORY MODELS of dogs of fo with ink work detailing on hardwood stands, 7 3/4" high; together with a model of a bust and a model of an owl (4).
Sold for £750
Not Illustrated
150
A BRASS BUST of Perseus on a gilt metal base, 10 1/2" high.
Sold for £90
Not Illustrated
152
A 19TH CENTURY BRASS TWO DRAWER ASTRONOMICAL TELESCOPE inscribed "Cail, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne" with lenses and tripod stand in original mahogany case, approximately 5ft 5" fully extended.
Sold for £580
157
A CHINESE BRONZE FIGURE - probably 17th/18th century, the standing bearded man dressed in kimono and holding an object, 6 1/2" high
Sold for £80
158
A 19TH CENTURY BRONZE MODEL of the Warwick Vase raised on a panelled square base inscribed 'Coalbrookdale', 17 1/4" high overall.
Sold for £1,000
162
A KHMER POTTERY LIME POT, purportedly 11th-13th century, 3" high.
Sold for £60
163
A TANG STYLE CHINESE BRONZE EWER, 16" high.
Sold for £100
Not Illustrated
164
A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE CHAMPLEVE VASES, 11 1/2" high.
Sold for £90
Not Illustrated
165
AN ANTIQUE RUSSIAN ICON, 14" x 12".
Sold for £120
168
A STANDING TORSO OF VISHNU, purportedly 13th-14th century, 15 1/2" high.
Sold for £850
Not Illustrated
173
A LONG ARAB MUSKET, possibly 19th century, 70" long.
Sold for £200
Not Illustrated
178
A LARGE BRASS ALMS DISH, the central roundel depicting the annunciation in relief, 19" diameter.
Sold for £3,400
179
A PAIR OF IVORY BACKED HAIRBRUSHES with entwined monogram, an ivory watch stand and an ivory handled button hook.
Sold for £60
Not Illustrated
180
A JAPANESE ELM TEA CADDY with parquetry decoration, the hinged lid opening to reveal two lidded boxes and view of Mount Fuji on a lacquer ground, 9 1/2" wide.
Sold for £40
Not Illustrated
181
AN OLD WROUGHT IRON AND RIVETED EEL SPEAR, 14".
Sold for £60
182
A RECTANGULAR TORTOISESHELL TRINKET BOX with silver mounts, hinged lid inlaid with mother of pearl depicting a couple dancing, 3 3/4" wide.
Sold for £210
183
A FRENCH IVORY AND MOTHER OF PEARL PATCH BOX with inlaid decoration, inset mirror and two internal compartments, 2 1/2" wide.
Sold for £100
184
A MOTHER OF PEARL INLAID RECTANGULAR BOX, the lid and each side inlaid with engraved mother of pearl panels with wooden scenes, 8" diameter.
Sold for £60
Not Illustrated
185
A COROMANDEL WOOD BOX in the form of a book with white metal bindings to each corner, 8" wide.
Sold for £38
186
A CHINESE IVORY CIRCULAR BOX engraved in relief with dragons, 2 3/4" diameter and a composite oriental circular box with figures and goats (2).
Sold for £160
Not Illustrated
187
A DUTCH COPPER AND BRASS RECTANGULAR TOBACCO BOX with engraved village and hunting scenes, 6 1/2" long and a continental composite snuff box with gilt mounts.
Sold for £32
Not Illustrated
188
AN ISLAMIC OCTAGONAL NIELLO AND GILT METAL BOX with hinged lid and ring handles, 2" wide.
Sold for £90
189
A SET OF TEN MIDDLE EASTERN CLOISONNE NAPKIN RINGS decorated with flowers and butterflies.
Sold for £800
191
A 1920'S BEAD WORK CLUTCH BAG, a needlework purse and two further purses (4).
Sold for £40
Not Illustrated

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