Rowley's Newmarket - Tuesday, 21 February, 2012

Fine Art & Antiques


Collectors' Items and Works of Art
Lot 1
A 19th century tortoiseshell tea caddy
The hinged domed rectangular lid enclosing two lidded sections above a bowed tapering body with white metal inlays and an initialled cartouche, standing on turned ivory feet. 18 cms wide. £ 300 - 500
Lot 2
A George III satinwood tea caddy
Of canted rectangular form, the hinged cover inlaid with a bee within a cartouche, the front inlaid with shells, the canted corners inlaid with urns issuing foliate sprays. 18 cms wide. £ 400 - 600
Lot 3
A 19th century amboyna veneered jewellery casket
The hinged cover with recessed brass carrying handle, standing on a spreading plinth base. 21 cms wide.
Lot 4
A 19th century burr wood veneered tea caddy
The hinged cover and sides inlaid with a shell. 13 cms high.
Lot 5
A 19th century mahogany tea caddy
Of sarcophagus form, standing on gilt cast lion paw feet. 29 cms wide.
Lot 6
A late 19th/early 20th century carved and stained bone travelling chess set, probably by Jaques
In a mahogany case with brass fittings. The case 30 cms high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 7
A 19th century marble desk stand
The shaped base incorporating a pen tray surmounted with a cast figure of an eagle flanked with two lidded inkwells. 38 cms wide. £ 150 - 250
Lot 8
A mother-of-pearl inset lacquered work box
The domed rectangular hinged lid decorated with an Asiatic pheasant amongst blooming fauna above a fitted interior. 31 cms wide.
Lot 9
LYLE, R.C., Royal Newmarket, illustrated by Lionel Edwards
Putnam & Co. Limited, London. 1945, containing various dedications and signatures of owners, trainers and jockeys.
Lot 10
MUNNINGS, SIR ALFRED.
A paint box reputedly belonging to the artist and three volumes of The Autobiography of Sir Alfred Munnings, two volumes inscribed by Sir Alfred.
Volume I: An Artist's Life inscribed "I inscribe this copy for the eldest daughter of Leonard Richardson of Flatford - She is one of the sisters who used to live at the Old Manor House at Flatford - see page 275 of the last volume - III The Finish Alfred Munnings Feb 23 1953".
Volume II: The Second Burst inscribed "Alfred Munnings - This copy belongs to a grown up woman and when she was a little girl I painted her in a canoe on the river here at Flatford. The family and the old home came into my last volume - The Finish Jan 20th 1953".
Volume III: The Finish. Page 274 "Near the Mill itself, near what is known as Willy Lott's Farm - where barns and buildings once stood, where fowls scratched and pecked about, where cows and horses dwelt and where they drank in the river - stands one of the oldest small manor houses in Suffolk. Imagine a large living-room with low, black-beamed ceiling. A wide open fireplace, half a tree-trunk blazing, and sparks flying up the chimney.

The heat is glorious; so is the smell of lemons and punch. Dogs lying on the hearth, and curled up with them a cat or two and a choice piece of Nature's perfection, a badger. The tame rook sitting, not like the Raven "On the pallid bust of Pallas", but on top of the cupboard. Three sisters - sweet girls - the father, a widower - Leonard, we call him - who likes good company, perhaps too much....

To peep inside to-day and create again in mind a scene of those nights with Leonard and his daughters and ourselves, is not for me. The badger playing with the dogs: the rook hopping from chair to chair, at home with the cats.....the smell of punch and wood smoke...

Leonard of the Manor, who loved life, still farms and now lives in a queer self-schemed and designed dwelling. The girls, rich and comfortable, run a large tea-room and a garden sloping to the river. A colony of rooks in the elms above spray their droppings and drown the noise of parking cars with loud cawing.

To one of those agricultural officials who came and instructed Leonard to shoot his young rooks, he replied, "Mind I don't shoot you!"

Provenance: The three volumes of autobiography were purchased from the daughter-in-law of Kathleen Loe (nee Richardson) the eldest of Leonard Richardson's three daughters. The paint box was purchased from either Sylvia or Margaret Richardson, the middle and youngest daughters. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 11
A World War II Distinguished Flying Medal group of five awarded to Fight Sergeant Roland William John Allen, RAFVR, 98 Squadron
Comprising: Distinguished Flying Medal, 1939-1945 Star, France and Germany Star, George VI War Medal and Queen Elizabeth II Air Efficiency Award, presented in a glazed case centred with an embroidered 98 Squadron badge and enclosing label inscribed Distinguished Flying Medal 1459728, Flight Sergeant "now Pilot Officer" Roland William John Allen RAFVR 98 Squadron, Flight Sergeant Allen has taken part in a large number of sorties, many of them against heavily defended targets, he has proved himself to be a keen, resolute and devoted crew member and his example has been most commendable; together with a photograph portrait of Flight Sergeant Allen in uniform; another of Flight Sergeant Allen and his crew in full kit; and a letter from Buckingham Palace with facsimile George VI signature addressed to Flying Officer Roland W.J. Allen DFM. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 12
Two carved wooden painted decoy pigeons
The largest 36 cms long. (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 13
A carved and painted decoy sandpiper
With inset glass eyes and an associated stand. 27 cms long.
Lot 14
A carved and painted decoy duck
Lot 15
An early 20th century painted decoy duck
The underside with lead weight. 30 cms long.
Lot 16
A Roland Ward stuffed and mounted black buck
On an oak shield with applied label inscribed M. Bikaner 1908, the reverse with Roland Ward applied label and carved initials. 90 cms high. £ 250 - 350
Lot 17
A late 19th/early 20th century leather covered model of a horse
Modelled in the rearing position, with glass inset eyes. 94 cms high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 18
RICHARD DAWSON-HEWITT (20th century) British
A maquette of Two Horse
Wirework, standing on a shaped wooden plinth base
Signed and dated 2007 to underside
33 cms high £ 100 - 150
Lot 19
After CARL KAUBA (1865-1922) American/Austrian
Cowboy on Horseback, guns blazing
Bronze, standing on a marble plinth base
Signed Kauba
28 cms high £ 200 - 300
Lot 20
A large model pond yacht
The hull painted with a blue stripe with full rigging, with a stand. 74 cms long. £ 200 - 300
Lot 21
A 19th century black marble model of the Lateran obelisk
Each side engraved with hieroglyphics, the base with gilt inscriptions in Latin, standing on a marble plinth base. 75 cms high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 22
Four various Egyptian faience Ushabti figures
Each with turquoise ground. The largest 16 cms high. (4) £ 100 - 150
Lot 23
A quantity of silver and silver gilt medals pertaining to the Order of the Pearly Kings Society and the American Red Cross
Mainly inscribed as Presented to Brother J Bennett and Sister A Bennett for fund raising and services rendered, suspended on an embroidered sash; together with three photographs showing pearly kings and queens and "native" Americans fund raising, two framed and glazed. (Quantity)

Note: (For further information regaring this lot please contact Rowley's directly on 01353 653020). £ 250 - 300
Lot 24
An 18th century carved polychrome decorated figure of a Saint
The flat back figure wearing a crown and gilt heightened robes. 23 cms high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 25
A 19th/20th century Russian icon
Depicting St. George and the Dragon, gilt and bodycolour on board, framed. 26.5 x 31.5 cms. £ 200 - 300
Lot 26
A 19th/20th century Russian icon
Depicting St. George and the Dragon, gilt and bodycolour on board, framed. 19 x 26 cms. £ 200 - 300
Lot 27
A 19th/20th century Russian icon
Depicting various religious figures in an Orthodox church, bodycolour and gilt on panel, framed. 25 x 31 cms. £ 200 - 300
Lot 28
An 18th/19th century white and yellow metal clad painted icon
Representing the Virgin Mary and baby Jesus above a Saint and a ship at full sail, contained in a glazed mahogany case. 23.5 x 31 cms. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 29
AUGUST MOREAU (1834-1917) French
A Figure of Cupid
Marble
Signed A. Moreau and inscribed Boudet, 43 Boulevard de Capucines
42.5 cms high £ 2,000 - 3,000
Lot 30
A 19th century carved marble bust, probably George III
Typically modelled, standing on a plinth base. 34 cms high. £ 400 - 600
Lot 31
A 19th century bronze figural group
Modelled as a monk and two children, one of the children kissing a crucifix. 21 cms high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 32
A cast bronze figural group
Modelled as three entwined nude figures, standing on a marble plinth base. 46 cms high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 33
A pair of 19th century cast bronze figures
Modelled as a gentleman playing his fiddle while dancing a jig, and a lady preparing herself to join in, each standing on a black slate plinth base. 20 cms and 18.5 cms high respectively. (2) £ 100 - 200
Lot 34
After the Antique
A Figure of Nike, modelled seated on a rocky outcrop
Bronze
20 cms high £ 150 - 250
Lot 35
Two 19th century bronze figures of putti
Each modelled scantily clad holding aloft a basket of fruit, one standing on an acanthus cast tripartite base, the other on a cast plinth base. 24 cms and 27 cms high respectively. (2) £ 100 - 200
Lot 36
A Victorian malachite mounted gilt bronze inkwell
The hinged lid centred with a malachite cabochon enclosing a bronze mounted glass reserve above an etched main body, standing on chain link formed base. 13 cms wide. £ 150 - 250
Lot 37
A 19th century bronze inkwell
Formed as a dog, the head forming the hinged lid. 14 cms long. £ 120 - 180
Lot 38
A World War I Military Cross group of three awarded to 2nd Lieutenant Leslie Loxley Firth, Lancers Special Reserve
Comprising: George V issue Military Cross, War Medal and Victory Medal, presented in a glazed case, label to verso inscribed For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. when heavily attacked by the enemy he directed the retirement of his squadron with great ability, only evacuating positions when forced by largely superior numbers to do so and on each withdrawal bringing his men away in safety, though he himself was eventually wounded by his example and cool leadership in this and previous actions he has maintained the best traditions of the service; together with a yellow metal cased manual wind gentleman's wristwatch, inscribed Presented to L.L. Firth Esq by the head foreman formen and men of the Belfast Remount Depot as a mark of their appreciation on the occasion of his leaving to join the army 31.8.16. (2) £ 1,000 - 1,200
Lot 39
A 19th century Eastern bronze inkwell
The hinged circular lid enclosing a recess above an ornately engraved plate, standing on a circular base. 18 cms wide.
Lot 40
A Middle Eastern bronze vase
Of spherical form with tall neck, standing on a spreading foot, decorated with incised floral bands. 16 cms high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 41
A pair of small Victorian bronzed metal candlesticks
Each formed as an elephant before a palm tree. 11.5 cms high. (2)
Lot 42
A 19th century cold painted bronze model of a dog
Modelled seated and scratching an itch, the collar inscribed MSCH. 9 cms wide. £ 100 - 150
Lot 43
A 19th century cold painted bronze model of a dog, possibly Pekinese
Modelled with head down and tail in the air. 9 cms wide.
Lot 44
A small bronze model of a mouse
The base stamped Geschutzt and Depose. 5.5 cms long.
Lot 45
A Russian white metal and jade paperweight
Modelled as a seated elephant, on a pedestal plinth, standing on dolphin feet. 11 cms high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 46
ANGLO-DUTCH SCHOOL (17th/18th century)
Portrait miniature, possibly John Lilburne
On copper, framed
7.5 x 9 cms £ 200 - 300
Lot 47
An early 18th century portrait miniature
The young lady wearing a red dress, oil on copper, in an ebonised frame. 16 cms wide overall. £ 300 - 500
Lot 48
A 17th century portrait miniature
The young man wearing a blue tunic and white neck scarf, oil on copper, in a moulded oval frame with brass suspension loop. 9 cms wide overall. £ 300 - 500
Lot 49
A 19th century unmarked yellow metal framed portrait mourning miniature
The front painted with a young m an wearing a blue tunic and white neck tie, the reverse with hair plaits and initialled JB, in a folding leather case. 6.5 cms wide overall. £ 600 - 800
Lot 50
An early 19th century portrait miniature
The gentleman wearing brown tunic and white neck tie, initialled CL and dated 1804, in an ebonised papier mache frame with brass mounts. 12 cms wide overall. £ 300 - 500
Lot 51
MUGHAL SCHOOL (18th/19th century0
Two Ladies Collecting Jasmin Blossom
Bodycolour
20.5 x 26cms, framed and glazed; and another, 11 x 19 cms. (2) £ 100 - 200
Lot 52
No lot.
Lot 53
A 19th century spiral carved whale bone walking stick
With ivory handle. 93 cms long. £ 300 - 500
Lot 54
A 19th century ivory handled walking cane
The handle carved as a mongoose and a snake above a carved ivory column over a yellow metal band and malacca shaft. 90 cms long. £ 200 - 300
Lot 55
A 19th century whale bone walking stick
The unmarked silver mounted finial above a plain tapering shaft (drilled for carrying loop). 83 cms long. £ 300 - 500
Lot 56
A George V silver mounted horn handled cane, hallmarked Sheffield, 1912, possibly rhino horn
84 cms long. £ 400 - 600
Lot 57
A late 19th/early 20th century yellow metal mounted horn cane, possibly rhino horn
82.5 cms long. £ 4,000 - 6,000
Lot 58
A 19th/20th century Chinese Export silver mounted horn cane, possibly rhino horn
92 cms long. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 59
An early 20th century Chinese silver handled walking cane
The handle decorated with dragons and stamped with maker's mark Wang Hing. 91 cms high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 60
A late 19th/early 20th century Chinese silver handled walking stick, maker's mark of WS
The handle decorated with panels of Chinese text above dragons. 88 cms high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 61
A pair of Victorian specimen hardstone inset black slate candlesticks
Of bulbous form with spreading plinth base. 13 cms high. (2) £ 200 - 300
Lot 62
A pair of 19th century gilded bronze figural candlesticks
Each formed with a putto holding a candle sconce, standing on a pierced scrolling base. 29 cms high. (2) £ 200 - 300
Lot 63
An early 19th century Norwegian polychrome and carved birchwood kasa
Of traditional form with horse head handles. 40 cms wide. £ 500 - 800
Lot 64
A pair of late 19th century ormolu candlesticks
Each with twin branches above a bronze putto depicting a Season, sitting on a rococo style shell cast plinth issuing floral garlands, standing on white marble plinth base with cast bun feet. 28 cms high. (2) £ 350 - 450
Lot 65
A 19th century bronze figural group
Formed as two tumbling putti, standing on a stepped marble plinth. 10 cms high overall. £ 120 - 180
Lot 66
A bronze and cranberry glass centrepiece
The ribbed cranberry glass bowl supported by three kneeling cast bronze satyr, standing on a rouge marble base. 22 cms high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 67
A pair of 19th century ormolu candlesticks
Each socle with applied goat masks, supported on a vine cast upright, standing on a tripartite base modelled as three lions on ball feet. 30 cms high. (2) £ 150 - 250
Lot 68
A 19th century ormolu mounted marble cassoulet
The baluster body supported on ram mask headed monopodia with hoof feet, standing on a plinth base with scroll feet. 15 cms high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 69
A pair of marble obelisks
Typically modelled. 33.5 cms high. (2) £ 120 - 180
Lot 70
A pair of 19th century ormolu mounted onyx urns
Each with twin handles above a baluster body, mounted with a female mask centred cartouche above a fluted stem, standing on a shaped plinth base with acanthus moulded pointed pad feet. 34 cms high. (2) £ 300 - 500
Lot 71
A Victorian coral reef diorama
The selection of corals and shells enclosed in a glass dome, mounted on an ebony plinth. 40 cms high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 72
A 19th century Continental porcelain plaque
Painted with a young girl wearing a white cap and gown, mounted in a carved giltwood and gesso frame. £ 150 - 250
Lot 73
A Victorian oak plant stand
Of coopered construction, two brass bands and brass handles with a later copper insert. 27 cms diameter.
Lot 74
An early 19th century mahogany framed folding shaving mirror
23.5 cms wide.
Lot 75
A 19th century ormolu and pietra dura inset easel photograph frame
The four hinged apertures within a pierced and engraved scrolling fern leaf frame, the easel back inscribed Mechi, Regents Street. 34 cms high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 76
A Lachenal concertina in a Harry Crabb & Son case
The ebonised case with pierced ends, six gilt decorated leather folds and forty-eight buttons, cased. 16 cms diameter. £ 200 - 400
Lot 77
A 19th century needlework map of England and Wales
Typically worked within an oval flowering vine border, verre eglomise framed and glazed. 40.5 x 50.5 cms. £ 300 - 500
Lot 78
ELIZABETH COLLEY (1801)
A 19th century needlework map sampler of England and Wales
Typically worked within an oval flowering vine border, verre eglomise framed and glazed. 47.5 x 56 cms. £ 200 - 300
Lot 79
A pair of 18th century Continental needlework panels
Each burgundy panel worked with floral and fruiting sprays within gilt borders, framed and glazed. 35. x 62.5 cms. (2) £ 300 - 500
Lot 80
The Finding of Moses
Woolwork and watercolour
73 x 47 cms, framed £ 200 - 300
Lot 81
G.A. SYDENHAM
Uriah Heep
Painted on milk glass panel and inscribed with a quote from David Copperfield, chapter XVI
Signed
18 x 23 cms, framed and glazed
Lot 82
A 19th century armorial stained glass marriage roundel
The husband's arms Ermine on a Pale Argent three Leopard's faces Or and crest Out of a Coronet Or a Bird displayed Argent holding in its beak a key Argent, the arms representing the wife Ermine on a Fess cotised Sable three Mullets pierced Or and crest On a wreath, a Stag's head proper erased Gules (or Or), attired Or. 48.5 cms wide.

Note: the husband's arms have been associated with families of Chamberlain, while the wife's shield was granted in 1602 to Edward Lyster of London. The shield therefore represents a marriage of a Chamberlain husband to a Lyster bride, possibly Robert Chamberlain, Sheriff and Mayor of Norwich 1854-55, 1856-57, 1871-72 and Emma Rossetta, daughter of Thomas Lyster. £ 500 - 800
Lot 83
A 19th century Continental mahogany music box
Playing six airs, the movement stamped 22798. The cylinder 23.5 cms wide. £ 100 - 200
Lot 84
No lot.
Lot 85
No lot.
Lot 86
A 19th century brass compass
The dial inscribed Elliot Bros., 30 Strand, London, mounted in an associated teak stand with applied label inscribed From the Teak of HMS Spartiate. 17 cms diameter overall. £ 100 - 150
Lot 87
A Victorian lacquered brass microscope
Inscribed to the back W Watson & Sons, 313 High Holborn, London, in a fitted mahogany travelling case with various lenses. The case 33 cms high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 88
A brass cased telescope and stand
The barrel inscribed Stanley, London. 103 cms long. £ 200 - 300
Lot 89
A 19th century shagreen covered drawing instrument case
The hinged lid enclosing various drawing instruments including an ivory rule. 17 cms high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 90
A set of Victorian ivory architects rules
Inscribed J. Archbutt, 20 Bridge Road, Lambeth, in a plush lined mahogany case. The case 33 cms wide. £ 300 - 500
Lot 91
A Curta Type 1 mechanical calculator, designed by Curt Herzstark and made by Contina A G Mauren, Liechtenstein, serial number 60097
In black cannister case with original retailers label for Automatic Business Machines Limited, London. 11 cms high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 92
A late 19th/early 20th century horn handled kukri
Of typical form, in a leather scabbard with additional miniature blades and tools. £ 150 - 250
Lot 93
A pair of 18th/19th century Indo-Persian spears
Each twin pronged head with incised decoration. The longest 167 cms long. (2) £ 120 - 180
Lot 94
A pair of 19th century bone handled kirds
Impressed brass scabbards. Each 31 cms long. (2) £ 120 - 180
Lot 95
A 19th century French rapier
With pommel mounted handle and pierced hilt. 94 cms wide. £ 120 - 180
Lot 96
An 18th/19th century horn handled Corsican sword
The blade with cast and incised decoration with traces of original gilding. 59 cms long. £ 400 - 600
Lot 97
A ship masting axe head, possibly 17th century
Of typical construction. 29 cms wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 98
A South African carved wooden spoon
The bowl supported on a triple plaited stem with flattened finial; together with a large African carved figural spoon, the bowl supported on a bird and chain link carved stem with figural finial, museum mounted. 38.5 cms and 66 cms long respectively. (2) £ 200 - 300
Lot 99
A South African Zulu head rest
Supported on interlocking bowed uprights, standing on a plinth base. 15 cms high. £ 300 - 400
Lot 100
A late 19th/early 20th century gilt bronze tribal figure, possibly French
Modelled as a nomadic tribesman holding a staff and a bowl outstretched. 17 cms high. £ 400 - 600
Lot 101
An African woven and beaded basket
57.5 cms diameter.
Lot 102
A 19th century Fijian bowai (pole) club
118 cms long. £ 200 - 300
Lot 103
An Arab Jambiya
The curved double edged steel blade with raised central medial ridge, waisted wooden grip and a white metal filigree foliate decorated scabbard. 34 cms long overall. £ 100 - 150
Lot 104
No lot.
Lot 105
No lot.
Lot 106
A 19th century gold inlaid tortoiseshell vesta case and a 19th century gold inlaid tortoiseshell snuff box
The former 6.5 cms high. (2)
Lot 107
A 925 Sterling silver vesta case
Formed as the head of a mythical beast, the spring release located on his nose, his eyes inset with garnets. 4 cms high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 108
An enamel decorated silver vesta case, hallmarked London 1909, maker's mark indistinct
The front decorated with a flag (possibly shipping related). 5.5 cms high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 109
An enamel decorated silver trick vesta case, hallmarked London 1904, maker's mark of JBLW
The front inscribed Help Yourself, the interior with spring loaded silver false interior compartment. 5 cms high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 110
An Edwardian silver vesta case, hallmarked Birmingham 1907, maker's mark of HM
The front inset with a portrait roundel of Mr. Punch. 4.5 cms high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 111
Ten various vestas and cigar cutters
All formed as beverage bottles. The largest 7.5 cms high. (10) £ 100 - 150
Lot 112
Four various Victorian vesta cases
Formed as a clenched fist, a top hat, a barrel and one other. The former 6 cms wide. (4) £ 100 - 150
Lot 113
Two late 19th/early 20th century leather bound vesta cases
One formed as a glove, the other a cigar. The former 6 cms wide. (2)
Lot 114
Three vesta cases
Two formed as Mr Punch, the other as Toby the Dog. The largest 6 cms high. (3) £ 100 - 150
Lot 115
Three various vesta cases
Formed as an owl, an eagle's head and an horses head. The former 6 cms high. (3) £ 100 - 150
Lot 116
A Victorian marine ivory 'Go to Bed' vesta case
And three other vestas. The former 8.5 cms high. (4) £ 100 - 150
Lot 117
Three various vesta cases
Including a skull, a pair of lady's bloomers and another probably for Player's Navy Cut cigarettes. The former 4 cms high. (3)
Lot 118
A Victorian silver plated vesta case formed as a pocket watch
And a small quantity of other vesta cases and cigar cutters. (6)
Lot 119
A Victorian treen barrel form ' Go to Bed' vesta
And a studded walnut box form vesta. The former 6.5 cms high. (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 120
Two Victorian brass 'Go to Bed' vestas
One of conical castellated form with paw feet, the other of plain cylindrical form. The former 11.5 cms high. (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 121
A Victorian patinated bronze 'Go to Bed' vesta
Formed as a bear and staff. 7.5 cms high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 122
A Victorian brass vesta
The circular lid inset with a painted miniature of a stately home above a pierced cylindrical body. 6.25 cms high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 123
A Victorian leather covered vesta
Formed as a post box. 7.5 cms high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 124
A 19th century carved meerschaum pipe
The bowl finely modelled as a bull's head with yellow metal horns, the stem with yellow metal collar initialled WV. 17.5 cms long. £ 150 - 250
Lot 125
A 19th century whale bone scrimshaw carving
Depicting love hearts, a bird, a serpent and a unicorn, with cartouche inscribed Brig Sea God and dated 1865. 35 cms long.
Lot 126
A 19th century ivory Vizigaptam box
Of hinged rectangular form with banded decoration. 21 cms high. £ 180 - 220
Lot 127
A 19th century Indian carved ivory trinket box
The hinged rectangular lid carved with a view of the Taj Mahal, the sides carved with various Indian vignettes, standing on scrolling legs with claw feet. 19 cms wide. £ 600 - 800
Lot 128
A 19th century ivory patch box
The circular top inset with a watercolour of a ship. 9 cms wide. £ 100 - 150
Lot 129
A Victorian carved ivory seal
Formed as a lady's hand beneath a finial carved fruiting vine, the base initialled AC. 12.5 cms high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 130
A 19th century carved meerschaum pipe
The bowl modelled as a Negro wearing a straw boater, in fitted case. 16 cms long.
Lot 131
A 19th century mother-of-pearl and silkwork fan
The guards with gilt metal floral decoration, the silkwork painted with cherubs and signed S. Drinot; and another 19th century fan, both boxed. (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 132
A 19th century carved ivory and silk fan
The front guard carved with cherubs and putti, the main body painted to one side with flowers, the back guard with carved flowers and vacant cartouche, boxed. 35 cms high. £ 500 - 800
Lot 133
A 19th century mother-of-pearl mounted fan
Decorated to one side with a carriage scene, the reverse with various vignettes. 27 cms high.
Lot 134
A 19th century fan
Painted to one side with an urn, musical instruments and doves, flanked by two rural vignettes, the guards made of carved bone. 28 cms high.
Lot 135
A 19th century fan
Painted to one side with a figural vignette, flanked by two architectural vignettes, the guards and stick made of painted carved ivory. 25 cms high.
Lot 136
A 19th century fan
Painted to one side with a river scene, with carved bone guards. 28 cms high.
Lot 137
A 19th century gilt metal inset mother-of-pearl fan
Painted to either side with various figural scenes, one side inscribed Susan; and two other 19th century fans. The former 27 cms high. (3)
Lot 138
A 19th century unmarked gold and silver fan
Painted to one side with various courting couples. 23 cms high. £ 400 - 600
Lot 139
A collection of fifteen various pipes
Comprising: meerschaum, wood and porcelain, some silver mounted, some cased. (Quantity) £ 200 - 300
Lot 140
No lot.
Lot 141
No lot.
Lot 142
A 19th century Japanese carved ivory group
Modelled as a man holding a fan accompanied by a child, incised mark to base. 14 cms high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 143
A 19th century Japanese carved ivory group
Modelled as a farmer with his children and chickens, incised marks to base. 11 cms high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 144
A 19th century Japanese carved ivory group
Modelled as a farmer holding a child aloft, a bird at his feet, incised marks to base. 13 cms high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 145
A 19th century Japanese carved ivory group
Modelled as a fisherman on a riverbank, standing on a carved wooden base, red and green lacquered marks to underside. 8 cms high. £ 400 - 600
Lot 146
A 19th century Cantonese carved ivory trinket box
The hinged lid centred with a panel carved with flowers and a vacant cartouche above a recess and a removable shallow twin handled tray, the main body carved with scrolling dragons, standing on carved feet. 14 cms wide. £ 400 - 600
Lot 147
A 19th century Cantonese carved ivory paper knife
The pierced handle carved as a woman holding a rui sceptre (possibly Quanyin) and a child, the blade carved to one side with trailing flowers and an insect, the reverse carved with swags and cornucopia. 26 cms long. £ 100 - 150
Lot 148
A large carved ivory dog of fo
Of typical form, standing on an incised stepped ivory base, the underside with incised seal mark. 25 cms high. £ 500 - 800
Lot 149
A pair of carved ivory dogs of fo
Each of typical form, standing on a white metal inlaid wooden base. 14 cms high. (2) £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 150
A late 19th century Oriental bone and ivory model of shrine
The finial mounted roof above twin doors enclosing a deity. 32.5 cms high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 151
A Chinese carved ivory figure
Modelled praying whilst kneeling on a lappet carved base. 16 cms high. £ 100 - 200
Lot 152
A pair of Chinese carved and stained ivory plaques
Each carved in high relief with children playing and being tutored in a garden, standing on carved wooden bases. 14 cms high overall. (2) £ 400 - 600
Lot 153
A pair of Chinese carved ivory figures
Both modelled in traditional dress, she holding a rui sceptre, him stroking his beard, both standing on a carved wooden base. 33 cms and 34 cms high respectively. (2) £ 600 - 800
Lot 154
A Chinese carved ivory figure of Quanyin
Modelled holding a staff, standing on a carved wood base. 33 cms high. £ 400 - 600
Lot 155
A Chinese carved ivory figure of Quanyin
Modelled holding a fan, a butterfly on her chest, standing on a carved wooden base. 34 cms high. £ 400 - 600
Lot 156
A Chinese carved ivory figure of Shao Lao
Modelled holding a fruiting staff interspersed with bats and a gourd, standing on a wooden base. 34 cms high. £ 400 - 600
Lot 157
A Chinese carved ivory figure of Quanyin
Modelled holding a fan and a rose, standing on a carved wooden base. 35 cms high. £ 400 - 600
Lot 158
A Chinese carved ivory figure of Quanyin
Modelled holding a rose, standing on a turned wooden base. 34 cms high. £ 400 - 600
Lot 159
A pair of Chinese carved ivory figures
She modelled holding a rui sceptre, supporting phoenixes on a her shoulders, he modelled stroking his beard, holding a sheathed sword and supporting dragons on his shoulders. 26 cms high. (2) £ 400 - 600
Lot 160
Two Chinese carved ivory snuff bottles
Each decorated with carved figures, figures in landscapes and Chinese script. Both 7.5 cms high. (2) £ 200 - 300
Lot 161
A Chinese carved ivory snuff bottle
Modelled as a star fruit. 7 cms long. £ 200 - 300
Lot 162
Two Chinese blue and white porcelain snuff bottles
Each decorated with typical scenes. Both 8 cms high. (2) £ 200 - 300
Lot 163
A Chinese inside painted glass snuff bottle
Decorated with a river landscape opposing a swallow amongst floral sprays. 8 cms high. £ 100 - 200
Lot 164
A Chinese carved snuff bottle
Decorated with musicians and figures riding water buffalo. 7.5 cms high.
Lot 165
A Chinese agate snuff bottle
Carved with fish and flowers in a fisherman's basket, standing on a shallow foot. 7.5 cms high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 166
A Chinese carved and stained ivory scent/table snuff bottle
Of oval section, profusely carved in deep relief with numerous figures amongst and pagoda and terraces within a mountainous landscape, standing on a carved wooden base. 16 cms high overall. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 167
A 19th century Oriental jade mounted brass box
The hinged rounded rectangular lid inset with a jade panel carved with a vase issuing flowers, the base with incised floral decoration. 10 cms wide. £ 250 - 350
Lot 168
A pair of Chinese carved jade bowls
Each with flared rim, standing on a shallow foot. 10 cms diameter. (2)
Lot 169
A Chinese carved jade model of a Asiatic pheasant
Modelled standing on a florally decorated rocky outcrop, with a carved wooden stand. 28 cms high overall. £ 400 - 600
Lot 170
A Chinese celadon jade carving
Modelled as a monkey within a cross section of peach. 5 cms wide.
Lot 171
A Chinese jade carving
Modelled as a toad amongst lotus flowers. 6 cms wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 172
A Chinese jade tablet
Carved to one side with musicians in a garden, opposing Chinese script, drilled for suspension. 9.5 cms wide. £ 300 - 500
Lot 173
A pair of Chinese hardstone mounted jade screens
Each rectangular panel decorated with floral sprays issuing from rocks, standing on a pierced and carved frame. 25 cms high. (2) £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 174
A Chinese jade carving
Modelled as a duck riding the back of a larger duck. 5 cms wide. £ 100 - 150
Lot 175
A Chinese jade carving
Modelled as a roosting bat, drilled for suspension. 5.5 cms wide. £ 150 - 250
Lot 176
A Chinese jade carving
Modelled as a smiling Buddha. 9 cms long. £ 100 - 150
Lot 177
A Chinese opaque and russet jade carving
Modelled as a figure in a mountainous landscape. 9 cms high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 178
A Chinese 14 ct gold mounted carved agate pendant
9 cms high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 179
A Chinese agate pendant
Carved with the figure of a fisherman, drilled for suspension. 5 cms wide. £ 100 - 150
Lot 180
A Chinese carved jade pendant
Modelled as a lotus bud. 6 cms long. £ 200 - 300
Lot 181
A Chinese rock crystal carving
Of a reclining figure, on a black onyx canted rectangular plinth base. 11.5 cms wide. £ 100 - 150
Lot 182
A Chinese bloodstone seal
Of square section, one side inscribed with Chinese characters. 10 cms high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 183
A Chinese soapstone seal
Of square section, surmounted with a mythical beast, one side inscribed with Chinese characters. 6.5 cms high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 184
A Chinese green and russet jade boulder
Intricately carved in deep relief with Guanyin and attendant, seated in a cave before a smoking censor within a mountainous landscape enclosing a pagoda and bridge within bamboo floral sprays and stylised clouds. 14.5 cms high. £ 2,000 - 3,000
Lot 185
A Chinese jade boulder carving
The shaped stone on a fitted wooden base. 7.5 cms wide. £ 100 - 150
Lot 186
A Chinese ink stone
Carved to one side with a horse amongst stylised waves, the other carved with a figure of a turtle below an inscribed tablet. 27 cms wide. £ 150 - 250
Lot 187
A pair of Chinese carved soapstone lions
Each modelled with one front paw on a pierced ball. 23 cms wide. (2) £ 300 - 500
Lot 188
A Chinese carved soapstone figure
The bearded gentleman modelled holding a staff and a fruit and a double gourd flask, standing on a carved pedestal with a later plinth base. 32 cms high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 189
A Chinese white metal inlaid carved hardwood figural group
The central figure probably Shao Lao holding a staff and a scroll, a smaller figure riding a deer by his side. 45 cms high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 190
A late 19th century Chinese painted carved wooden figure of Guanyin
Typically modelled and standing on a rocky base. 20 cms high.
Lot 191
Circle of YOUQUA (flourished 1840-1880)
Flowers in a Wicker Basket
Bodycolour
35 x 40 cms, framed and glazed £ 100 - 200
Lot 192
A Chinese carved bamboo figure
Modelled seated, wearing flowing robes. 10.5 cms high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 193
A 19th century Chinese carved bamboo root wood brush washer
The shaped well partially covered by a fruiting peach bough. 15.5 cms wide. £ 150 - 250
Lot 194
A Chinese carved wood brush pot
Decorated with figures within a fantastical landscape and carved to simulate a tree trunk. 17 cms high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 195
A Chinese carved gourd brush pot
Of canted square section, each side with fish decorated panel, the corners with Chinese script, incised seal mark to base. 13 cms high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 196
A pair of Chinese 'tortoiseshell' baluster vases
Each of hexagonal form with carved and pierced panels depicting phoenixes, standing on a spreading foot. 22 cms high. (2) £ 300 - 500
Lot 197
A Sino-Tibetan bronze figure of a deity
Typically modelled. 18 cms high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 198
A Sino-Tibetan gilt bronze figure of Buddha
Typically modelled. 14.5 cms high. £ 600 - 800
Lot 199
A Chinese cast bronze figure of Shao Lao
Typically modelled. 20.5 cms high.
Lot 200
A Chinese bronze censor and cover
Standing on dragon mask headed feet. 22.5 cms high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 201
A Chinese bronze twin handled censor
The squat baluster body standing on three feet. £ 100 - 150
Lot 202
A Chinese bronze archaistic style vase
Of baluster form with moulded decoration and mythical beast mask handles, standing on a spreading foot. 23 cms high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 203
A Chinese bronze archaistic style twin handled censor
The angular body with geometric panels, the handles formed as rui sceptres, standing on four crescent feet, six character Qianlong mark to base. 8 cms high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 204
A pair of Oriental archaistic style twin handled bronze vases
(Now mounted as lamps). 15 cms wide. (2)
Lot 205
A Chinese archaistic style cast bronze jug
With elongated spout, strap handle and baluster body, standing on a tall spreading foot. 15 cms high.
Lot 206
A Chinese archaistic style bronze duck
With cloisonne decoration and removable cover formed from the wings. 30 cms high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 207
A Chinese gilt bronze twin handled censor
The baluster body with moulded band, the handles modelled as elephant masks, standing on a spreading foot, four character seal mark to base. 8 cms high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 208
A Chinese bronze censor
The squat baluster body with twin pierced handles, standing on three feet, impressed sixteen character mark to base. 10 cms high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 209
A Chinese cast bronze hand mirror
The reverse decorated with herons and a turtle in a river landscape, six character mark. 34 cms high.
Lot 210
A Chinese Canton enamel lamp base
Of quatrefoil section, the pierced sides decorated overall with lotus strapwork enclosing medallions, standing on a reticulated gilt metal plinth base. 50 cms high overall. £ 400 - 600
Lot 211
A Chinese cloisonne censor
The lid with a dog-of-Fo cast finial above a band of enamelled dragons flanked by angular loop handles over a further band of cloisonne decoration, standing on three lobed feet. 19 cms high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 212
A Corgi James Bond's Aston Martin DB5, number 261
Boxed. £ 100 - 150
Lot 213
A late 19th/early 20th century cloisonne box
The hinged lid enclosing a wooden panelled recess, decorated overall with blooming flowers. 11 cm wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 214
A Chinese cloisonne twin handled vase
The slender neck with twin ring handles above a lobed baluster body decorated overall with lotus strapwork and bats amongst fruiting gourds, standing on a spreading foot, four character Qianlong seal mark to base. 39 cms high. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 215
A pair of late 19th century cloisonne vases
The flared neck above the florally decorated body centred with a panel decorated with dragons with opposing panel decorated with a stork and flowers. 49 cms high. (2) £ 300 - 500
Lot 216
A 19th century cloisonne vase
The flared neck decorated with lotus flowers over a florally decorated body interspersed with lobed vignettes of birds and plants. 46 cms high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 217
A pair of Chinese 19th/20th century embroidered silk and metal thread sleeve panels
Framed and glazed. 9 x 49 cms. (2)
Lot 218
Circle of YOUQUA (flourished 1840-1880) Chinese
Emperor and Empress Attended by Courtiers
Watercolour and bodycolour on rice/pith paper
20 x 32 cms, framed and glazed (a pair) (2) £ 400 - 600
Lot 219
TIBETAN SCHOOL (18th/19th century)
Thanka
Bodycolour on canvas laid down
38 x 53 cms, framed and glazed £ 100 - 200
Lot 220
A 19th century silver and shibayama cigarette case
The front with mother-of-pearl inlaid lacquered panel surrounded by four enamel decorated flowers, the reverse with enamelled flowers. 8.5 cms high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 221
A 19th century Oriental lacquered games box
The removable shaped domed lid centred with a vignette of a fishing village bordered with gilt decoration, enclosing various compartments and chip trays and some mother-of-pearl chips, standing on carved giltwood claw feet. 38 cms wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 222
A Japanese lacquered box
Decorated with cranes; together with another decorated with cranes in flight. The former 24 cms wide. (2)
Lot 223
A Japanese lacquered games box and cover
Of ribbed cylindrical form, gilt decorated overall with Japanese maples, standing on four metal mounted splayed feet. 37.5 cms high. £ 100 - 200
Lot 224
A Japanese black lacquered writing box
The rectangular cover gilt decorated with a stylised river. 28 cms wide.
Lot 225
A Japanese red lacquered tea caddy
The mother-of-pearl inset hinged cover decorated with geese amongst floral sprays and enclosing two lidded compartments, retailer's label for F. Marquis, Boulevard de Capucines. 25.5 cms wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 226
A New Space Explorer black painted and lithographed tin plate and plastic battery operated robot by Horikawa
In original box. 29 cms high.
Lot 227
A Japanese lacquered table cabinet
Of square section, the straw worked outer frame opening to reveal three square lidded lacquered boxes, a triangular lidded lacquered box and four lacquered coasters. 25.5 cms high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 228
A late 19th/early 20th century Japanese bronze tazza
The rectangular dished top decorated in relief with a lion, supported by four cast bronze cranes. 38 cms wide. £ 300 - 500
Lot 229
A Japanese cast bronze figure of a deity
Modelled holding a pen and an ink stone and riding a dolphin. 20 cms high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 230
A Japanese bronze and cloisonne jardiniere
Of circular section, standing on splayed feet. 30.5 cms high. £ 250 - 350
Lot 231
A pair of 19th century Japanese cloisonne dishes
Each decorated with a crane and insects amongst chrysanthemum sprays. 30.5 cms diameter. (2) £ 100 - 200
Lot 232
A pair of 19th century Japanese bronze vases
The cylindrical bodies with elephant mask handles, both decorated with various birds, one with gold inset sun, the other with silver inset moon. 11 cms high. (2) £ 250 - 350
Lot 233
A Japanese copper and brass inset teapot
The swinging loop handle above removable lid, the main body decorated with water lilies and birds. 15 cms wide. £ 100 - 150
Lot 234
An Oriental mahogany and mother-of-pearl wall pocket
The front carved as a bird. 26 cms high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 235
A pair of 19th century carved wood and bronze temple figures
Each carved as a priest in highly colourful painted robes, standing on lappet cast bases issuing incised roundels. Each 18 cms high. (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 236
A pair of early 20th century Japanese ivory and bone inlaid panels
Each decorated with a father and son beneath a flowering tree. Each 28 cms high. (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 237
A pair of Italian racing silk jodhpurs
Autographed by various jockeys; together with a Newmarket Racecourses Sagitta Guineas Festival meeting programme 2003, containing a signed racecard for the 2000 Guineas Stakes. (2)
Lot 238
A Liberty of London black velvet evening dress coat
With pleated arms, ruffed neck and extensively decorated in silver highlights with flowering and leafing vines. £ 200 - 300
Lot 239
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Lot 240
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Lot 241
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Lot 242
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Clocks and Barometers
Lot 243
A Gent's of Leicester Pul-Syn-Etic Impulse clock
The glazed rectangular case enclosing an electronic movement, a further cased movement; and two octagonal slave clocks. The former 118 cms high. (3) £ 150 - 250
Lot 244
A 19th century Continental porcelain mounted ormolu mantel clock
The urn shaped finial above an inset florally painted porcelain panel flanked by putti playing musical instruments, the painted porcelain dial decorated with a cherub and a dove and Roman numerals above foliate swags and a sleeping cherub flanked by rams masks above florally painted porcelain panels, standing on lappet cast feet. 44 cms high. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 245
A 19th century brass inlaid rosewood mantel clock
The octagonal top section with finial handle flanked by pressed brass loop handles above a carved brass inlaid pediment, standing on a square section base with a drawer, the front decorated with an equine scene, standing on brass ball feet. 54 cms high. £ 400 - 600
Lot 246
A 19th century gilt bronze and marble mantel clock
The enamelled dial with Arabic numerals and inscribed Maple, London, surmounted with cupid and a young lady above a plinth base with inset gilt metal vignettes, standing on cast brass feet. 32 cms high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 247
A 19th century Russian silver and enamel cased carriage clock, hallmarked Moscow, assayers mark of Lev Oleks
The floral enamelled case enclosing a French movement with white enamelled dial with Roman numerals, standing on ball feet with swing handle. 10 cms high overall. £ 400 - 600
Lot 248
A Regency ormolu mounted mahogany cased repeating bracket clock
The five pillar twin fusee bell striking movement signed F.W. Vant, the 8 inch circular convex white painted Roman numeral dial with repeat signature F.W. Vant, London, the case with ormolu pineapple finial, stepped hood, acanthus cast ring handles and shaped brass fillet inset fielded panels, the sides with pierced brass frets, on a fluted skirt base, standing on ball feet. 48.5 cms high.

Provenance: The estate of the Late Squadron Leader Jack Noakes. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 249
A Regency ormolu mounted mahogany cased bracket clock, by Thwaites, London, in the manner of Thomas Hope
With five pillar twin fusee bell striking movement, the 7 inch circular convex white painted Roman numeral dial signed Thwaites, London, the case in the Romano Egyptian taste with ormolu pineapple finial, gadrooned hood, anthemion carved Acroteria finials, Egyptian mask headed monopodia and shaped brass fillet inset fielded panel, the sides with obelisk outline repeating Gothic arch tracery pierced brass frets, on a fluted skirt base with ormolu pad feet, bearing retailer's label for Percy Webster, Great Portland Street and numbered 8606, the case also stamped 8606. 48 cms high.

Provenance: The estate of the Late Squadron Leader Jack Noakes.

Note: The case of the current lot belongs to a group of around a dozen known examples which share the same basic form and dimensions differing only in detail. Perhaps the earliest from the series is an example by Atkins & Son, formerly in the possession of Marquises of Bristol, sold by Christie's, King Street, Ellerslie House, 24th May 2001, lot 65. The case design with its robust fusion of ancient Greek, Roman and Egyptian styles demonstrates the strong influence of Thomas Hope who in his 1807 book "Household Furniture" published designs considered to be the height of fashion at the time. When considering his designs for smaller pieces of furniture, such as for Recesses in the Shape of Ancient Hypogaea (see Hope, Thomas. "Household Furniture" , plate XXVII, no. 1) the inspiration for the form of the current lot can clearly be seen. £ 3,000 - 5,000
Lot 250
MUNSEY & CO LIMITED, Cambridge. A 19th century mahogany cased fusee wall clock
41 cms wide.
Lot 251
A 17th century style brass cased lantern clock
The dial with Roman numerals and engraved centre, with four pillar twin fusee movement striking on a bell. 37.5 cms high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 252
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Lot 253
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Lot 254
THE BRITISH UNITED CLOCK COMPANY LIMITED, Birmingham. A brass cased desk top combination timepiece and barometer
Each decorated silvered dial within enamelled horseshoe frames surmounted with a pair or riding crops, registered number 186746. 16 cms wide. £ 100 - 150
Lot 255
J. WOOLLEY SONS & CO LIMITED, Manchester. A late 19th/early 20th century brass cased ship's barometer
The upper glazed section enclosing a silvered dial above a mounted thermometer, mounted on an oak shield. 107 cms overall. £ 200 - 300
Lot 256
CALLAGHAN, London. A 19th century brass cased ship's barometer
The silvered dial signed Callaghan, London, contained in a burrwood case with viewing aperture. The barometer 12 cms diameter.

Provenance: The estate of the Late Squadron Leader Jack Noakes. £ 250 - 350
Lot 257
BERRENGER, London. A 19th century mahogany cased banjo barometer
The break arch moulded cornice with gilt finial above a shell inlaid case incorporating a thermometer and signed silvered dial. 98 cms high.

Provenance: The estate of the Late Squadron Leader Jack Noakes. £ 250 - 350
Lot 258
MANTICHA, Fecit. A 19th century mahogany cased banjo barometer
The barber's pole line inlaid shaped case with patera inlay incorporating a thermometer and signed silvered dial. 97 cms high.

Provenance: The estate of the Late Squadron Leader Jack Noakes. £ 300 - 500
Lot 259
J. LIONE, London. A 19th century mahogany cased banjo barometer
The signed silvered dial incorporating a thermometer and dry/damp gauge. 98 cms high.

Provenance: The estate of the Late Squadron Leader Jack Noakes.

Note: This barometer was once the property of Nicholas Goodison and is illustrated in his book English Barometers 1680-1860, Antique Collectors' Club, 1977, pl.57 p107. £ 400 - 600
Lot 260
JAMES S. LIONE, London. A 19th century mahogany cased banjo barometer
The swan neck pediment with gilt finial above a line inlaid case incorporating a dry/dam gauge, a thermometer, a silvered dial and a signed level. 113 cms high.

Provenance: The estate of the Late Squadron Leader Jack Noakes. £ 400 - 600
Lot 261
A. ROSS, Holborn. A 19th century mahogany cased stick barometer
The moulded cornice above a signed ivoried dial, the moulded case with square cistern cover. 99 cms high.

Provenance: The estate of the Late Squadron Leader Jack Noakes. £ 600 - 800
Lot 262
J. COMOLI. A 19th century mahogany cased banjo barometer
The break arched cornice above a line inlaid case with shell inlay incorporating a thermometer and signed silvered dial. 98 cms high.

Provenance: The estate of the Late Squadron Leader Jack Noakes. £ 200 - 300
Lot 263
WOLLER, Birmingham. A 19th century mahogany cased banjo barometer
The swan neck pediment with gilt finial above a shaped case incorporating a dry/damp gauge, thermometer, silvered dial and signed level. 98.5 cms high.

Provenance: The estate of the Late Squadron Leader Jack Noakes. £ 400 - 600
Lot 264
J. COMOLI NOLLI & CO., Edinburgh. A 19th century mahogany cased banjo barometer
The break arched pediment with gilt finial above a line and shell inlaid case incorporating thermometer and signed silvered dial. 99 cms high.

Provenance: The estate of the Late Squadron Leader Jack Noakes. £ 200 - 300
Lot 265
G. ANTHONY and DENT, London. A Victorian mahogany cased barometer
The scallop shell carved cornice above a carved case incorporating a dry/damp gauge, a thermometer, a signed timepiece, a silvered dial and a level. 113 cms high.

Provenance: The estate of the Late Squadron Leader Jack Noakes. £ 500 - 800
Lot 266
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Lot 267
MARKWICK LONDINI. A William III walnut cased eight day longcase clock, circa 1700
The 11 inch square brass dial with silvered Roman chapter ring, subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture within cast spandrels, the case with moulded cornice above a glazed door, long trunk door with pendulum aperture, standing on a plinth base. 212 cms high.

Provenance: The estate of the Late Squadron Leader Jack Noakes. £ 4,000 - 6,000
Lot 268
ROBERT MARKHAM, London. A George II walnut cased eight day longcase clock
The 12 inch arched brass dial with Roman silvered chapter ring, subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture within cast spandrels, the case with arched moulded cornice above an arched glazed door, arched long trunk door and plinth base. 230 cms high.

Provenance: The estate of the Late Squadron Leader Jack Noakes. £ 4,000 - 6,000
Lot 269
JOHN BARNETT, London. A William III floral marquetry walnut cased month going longcase clock, circa 1700
The 11 inch square brass dial with silvered Roman chapter ring, subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture within cast spandrels, the case with finial mounted caddy top above a glazed door, long trunk door with pendulum aperture and plinth base, standing on bun feet. 220 cms high.

Provenance: The estate of the Late Squadron Leader Jack Noakes. £ 8,000 - 12,000
Lot 270
A 19th century eight day mahogany longcase clock
The hood with broken swan neck pediment enclosing painted arched dial inscribed F & J Wild, Dundee above a crossbanded mahogany case. 209 cms high. £ 600 - 800
Lot 271
A 19th century Scottish mahogany longcase clock
The circular painted dial inscribed D Greig, Perth. Approximately 220 cms high. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 272
A 19th century Scottish mahogany longcase clock
The hood with broken swan neck pediment centred with a brass finial, enclosing a circular painted dial with subsidiary seconds, the case with roundel headed columns supported on bracket feet. Approximately 220 cms high. £ 700 - 1,000
Lot 273
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Lot 274
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Lot 275
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Silver and Silver Plate
Lot 276
A George V silver four piece tea and coffee set, hallmarked Dublin 1918, maker's mark of Mappin & Webb Limited and registered number 413087
Each piece decorated with finely cast Celtic bands and bosses, the spout and handles with serpent masks, all standing on serpent headed cabriole legs. The coffee pot 20 cms high. (4) £ 700 - 1,000
Lot 277
A cased Victorian silver triple table garniture, hallmarked Birmingham 1893, maker's mark of Henry Matthews, retailed by Alexander Clark, London
Each piece with C-scroll, trellis and floral embossed and pierced bowl, supported on a similarly decorated baluster column, standing on C-scroll moulded feet, the case inscribed Presented to Lieutenant A.E.A. Grant on his marriage by his Mess mates at the Royal Naval Barracks, Sheerness, 15th August 1894. The centrepiece 17 cms high. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 278
A George III silver twin handled cup and cover, hallmarked London 1763, maker's mark of Augustin Le Sage
The domed cover with writhen cast finial, the baluster shaped body with twin scroll handles and spiral moulded reeding, standing on similarly moulded foot engraved to the underside Victor Heoulton, the gift of his father 1836, crested. 37 cms high. £ 2,000 - 3,000
Lot 279
A silver mounted cut glass biscuit barrel, hallmarked London 1888, maker's mark of John Thomas Heath and John Hartshorne
15 cms high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 280
A Victorian tea cannister, hallmarked London 1895, maker's mark of WC
The finial mounted lid above four florally embossed decorated sides, each centred with a vacant cartouche. 12.5 cms high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 281
A Victorian silver tea cannister, hallmarked Chester 1898, maker's mark of John Millward Banks
Of oval form, decorated in relief with a boar hunting scene. 9 cms high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 282
A Victorian silver tea cannister, hallmarked London 1893, maker's mark of Walter and Charles Sissons
Of oval section, embossed to one side with a vacant cartouche. 13 cms high. £ 100 - 200
Lot 283
An early 19th century silver helmet shaped cream jug, hallmarked London, maker's mark of W.W.
Initialled. 9 cms high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 284
A Victorian silver sugar bowl, hallmarked London 1894, maker's mark of John Bodman Carrington
With moulded rim, standing on a plinth foot. 6.5 cms high.
Lot 285
A matched pair of George V silver sauce boats, hallmarked Birmingham 1927 and Sheffield 1931, makers marks of Barker Brothers Limited and John and William Deakin
Each with wavy rim, scroll handle and pad feet. 7 cms and 7.5 cms high respectively. (2)
Lot 286
A George III silver cream jug, hallmarked London 1817, maker's mark indistinct
With engraved floral swag decoration and a vacant cartouche. 12 cms wide. £ 100 - 150
Lot 287
A George II silver sauce boat, hallmarked London 1759, maker's mark probably of Fuller White
The scalloped rim with scroll handle, standing on trefoil cast feet. 7.5 cms high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 288
A silver entree dish, hallmarked London 1920, maker's mark of Thomas Bradbury & Sons Limited
Of rectangular form with reeded edge and detachable ring handle; together with another, similar, plated.. The former 27 cms wide. (2) £ 700 - 800
Lot 289
A George V silver cased six piece condiment set, hallmarked Sheffield 1935 and 1936, maker's mark of Harry Atkin
Comprising: a pair of lidded mustards with blue glass liners and mustard spoons en suite, a pair of salts with blue glass liners, a pair of salt spoons en suite and a pair of peppers. The latter 8 cms high. (6) £ 100 - 150
Lot 290
A silver sugar caster, hallmarked London 1979, maker's mark of A. Haviland-Nye
The pierced finial mounted cover above a baluster body with single band, standing on a spreading foot. 16.5 cms high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 291
An unusual Art Deco caster, hallmarked Birmingham 1936, maker's mark of Elkington & Co.
Of domed banded form. 11 cms high. £ 180 - 220
Lot 292
A silver caster, hallmarked Birmingham 1934, maker's mark of Lanson Limited
The pierced pyramidal cover above an engine turned angular body comprising interlocking triangles. 15 cms high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 293
A three piece silver cruet set, hallmarked Sheffield 1963, maker's mark of GH
Each piece inscribed with the initial N, in an associated case. (3) £ 100 - 150
Lot 294
A pair of George III silver salts, hallmarked London, probably 1759, makers marks indistinct
Each standing on stepped hoof feet. 3.5 cms high. (2) £ 200 - 300
Lot 295
A pair of Victorian silver peppers, hallmarked Sheffield 1897, maker's mark of Henry Wigfull
Each with domed cover and pierced body enclosing a blue glass liner. 7 cms high. (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 296
A pair of silver mustards together with a pair of associated silver mustard spoons, hallmarked London 1920, maker's mark of Henry Vander and Arthur Vander, the spoons hallmarked for London 1825, maker's mark of Jonathan Hayne
Each mustard with pierced sides, scroll handle and hinged cover enclosing a blue glass liner. 7 cms high. (4) £ 100 - 200
Lot 297
A Victorian silver ewer, hallmarked Sheffield 1857, maker's mark of Martin Hall & Co. Ltd.
The hinged lid and scrolling handle above a bulbous body engraved with scrolling foliage and presentation inscription. 35 cms high. £ 600 - 800
Lot 298
A Victorian silver mounted claret jug, hallmarked London 1844, maker's mark of Charles Reily and George Storer
The C-scroll and floral embossed mount with hinged cover and double C-scroll handle, the amber and clear glass tall neck and bulbous body etched with foliate and floral sprays. 25 cms high. £ 600 - 800
Lot 299
A George III silver coffee pot, hallmarked London 1772, maker's mark of John Parker I and Edward Wakelin
Of plain baluster form, the gadrooned cover with pinecone finial, crested. 23 cms high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 300
A Victorian silver teapot, hallmarked London 1842, maker's mark of Edward, Edward junior, John and W Barnard
Of melon form, with scrolling chased decoration enclosing two vacant cartouches, standing on acanthus moulded scroll feet. 17 cms high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 301
A George III silver tea urn, hallmarked London 1809, maker's mark of Hester Bateman
The cover with urn finial above an urn shaped body with reeded twin handles and spout with ivory spigot, the trumpet foot on a square plinth base with ball feet. 42 cms high. £ 1,500 - 2,500
Lot 302
An Edwardian silver calling card case, hallmarked Chester 1910, maker's mark of Stuart Dawson Limited
Together with a George V silver match booklet sleeve, hallmarked Birmingham 1933, maker's mark of Smith & Bartlam; and a George V silver mounted glass bowl, hallmarked London 1924, maker's mark indistinct. The bowl 19 cms diameter. (3)
Lot 303
An Edwardian silver tureen and cover, hallmarked London 1907, maker's mark of Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company, in the George III Adam style
14 cms high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 304
A silver salver, hallmarked Birmingham 1958, maker's mark of J.B. Chatterley & Sons Limited
With moulded shaped rim, standing on four scroll feet. 26 cms diameter. £ 250 - 350
Lot 305
A large silver salver, hallmarked Sheffield 1927, maker's mark of Zachariah Barraclough & Sons Limited
With shaped moulded rim, standing on three acanthus moulded scroll feet, crested and engraved Presented by the past masters and brethren of perseverance Lodge No. 3197 to W. Bro. Tom Coombs J.P J.G.D. England, 7th June 1929 as a token of esteem and appreciation of his services to the craft on his appointment to Grand Lodge rank. 41 cms diameter. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 306
A Victorian silver chamberstick and snuffer, hallmarked Birmingham 1876, maker's mark of John Thomas Heath and John Hartshorn Middleton
The plain sconce supported on twin scrolling uprights, the snuffer suspended below, standing on an oval tray base with four ball feet. 15 cms high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 307
A pair of silver candlesticks, hallmarked London 1901, maker's mark of WC
The removable drip pans above a column decorated with figures in a rural landscape above a spreading plinth foot decorated with vignettes of shepherd boy and sheep. 16 cms high. (2) £ 250 - 350
Lot 308
A George III silver taper stick and snuffer, hallmarked London 1791, maker's mark of David Hennell
8 cms high. £ 100 - 200
Lot 309
A pair of silver presentation shot cups, hallmarked Edinburgh 1884, maker's mark of L & A
Each formed as a thistle, with presentation inscription to the inner rim, the bases engraved DINNA FORGET. (2)
Lot 310
A pair of white metal mounted coin set menu/place card holders
9 cms high. (2)
Lot 311
A silver wolf's head form menu holder, hallmarked London 1918, maker's mark of TS & D and stamped Callow, and a pair of silver horseshoe form menu holders, hallmarked Chester 1901, maker's mark of CS & FS (3) £ 100 - 150
Lot 312
A pair of unmarked white metal napkin rings, possibly Indian
Both decorated with elephants and a vacant cartouche, in an associated fitted box. (2) £ 120 - 180
Lot 313
A matched set of Georgian and Victorian silver Kings pattern flatware, hallmarked London 1829, 1834, 1838, 1841, 1844, 1847, 1848, and 1852, maker's marks of George William Adams, William Eaton and others indistinct
Comprising: six tablespoons, six table forks, six dessert spoons, six dessert forks, six teaspoons and six knives, crested, in later oak box. (Quantity) £ 400 - 600
Lot 314
A cased set of six silver coffee spoons, stamped 925 and STC, maker's mark of WJS
The finials modelled as various Australian animals. (6) £ 100 - 150
Lot 315
Six 18th century silver tablespoons
Each crested and initialled. 20.5 cms long. (6) £ 300 - 500
Lot 316
A Georgian silver apple corer, hallmarked probably for London 1804
With turned green stained ivory handle. 12.5 cms long. £ 200 - 300
Lot 317
A pair of cased Victorian silver fish servers, hallmarked London 1849, maker's mark of George William Adams, retailed by R. Halford & Sons, London
Of typical form, the blade pierced with a scalloped shell and scrolling acanthus, the serving fork similarly pierced. (2) £ 200 - 300
Lot 318
A pair of cased 19th century Continental silver handled fish servers, retailed by C. Gustave, Paris
One gilt and white metal blade pierced with a bird amongst acanthus scrolls, the other blade similarly decorated but engraved. (2) £ 80 - 100
Lot 319
A matched set of eight silver Fiddle pattern table forks, hallmarked London 1828, 1832 and 1858, makers marks of William Turton, William Chawner II and Samuel Hayne and Dudley Cater (8) £ 200 - 300
Lot 320
A set of six George V silver Old English pattern tablespoons, hallmarked Sheffield 1914, maker's mark of Walker & Hall
21.5 cms long. (6) £ 200 - 300
Lot 321
A set of six George III Scottish silver Fiddle pattern dessert spoons, hallmarked Edinburgh 1798, maker's mark of William Jamieson (6)
17.5 cms long. £ 100 - 150
Lot 322
A matched set of six George III silver Fiddle pattern dessert forks, hallmarked London 1778 and 1779, maker's mark indistinct
17 cms long. (6)
Lot 323
Four Victorian silver Fiddle pattern dessert spoons, hallmarked Exeter 1844, maker's mark of Thomas Byne
17.5 cms long. (4)
Lot 324
Four George V silver Old English pattern tablespoons, hallmarked Sheffield, maker's mark of Walker & Hall
21.5 cms long. (4) £ 150 - 250
Lot 325
A cased set of twelve Victorian silver and mother-of-pearl fruit knives and forks, hallmarked Sheffield 1888, maker's mark of W.W. Harrison & Co. £ 100 - 150
Lot 326
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Lot 327
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Lot 328
Two Russian silver and enamel caddy spoons, each with 88 Zolotnik 916 mark and cyrillic maker's mark
Of typical form, the reverse and stem floral decorated. 9.5 cms long. (2) £ 200 - 300
Lot 329
A 19th century Russian silver beaker, hallmarked Moscow, assayers mark of Vasily Alexandrovich Petrov, maker's mark of ZET in cyrillic
Of typical form, the exterior decorated with architectural vignettes interspersed with foliate sprays. 7.5 cms high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 330
A silver cigarette box, hallmarked London 1926, maker's mark of Asprey & Co. Limited
The rectangular hinged cover with raised silver gilt edge and applied silver gilt monogram ACR, allover engine turned decoration. 22.5 cms wide. £ 300 - 500
Lot 331
A Spanish Isabella II silver desk stand, hallmarked Madrid 1845, maker's mark of Real Fabrica de Plateria Martinez and also London 1972, sponsors mark of Wakely & Wheeler
The shaped canted rectangular base with stiff leaf border supporting a central columnar fluted table bell, surmounted with the figure of a praying putti flanked with a similarly fluted inkwell and pounce pot, standing on acanthus and shell cast lion paw feet. 30 cms wide. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 332
A Victorian silver chatelaine and accessories, hallmarked Birmingham 1889, maker's mark of J.R.
The clip cast with a lion mask within acanthus and C-scrolls, the accessories comprising: a white metal mounted pin cushion, a silver cased pen knife, a silver mounted miniature grinder, a white metal mounted air memoire and a white metal cased telescopic pencil/ink pen by S. Morden & Co. 33 cms long overall. £ 300 - 500
Lot 333
A silver mounted treen mazer bowl, hallmarked London 1922, maker's mark of Omar Ramsden
The silver mounted flared rim above a pendant moulded band, standing on a spreading foot inscribed Omar Ramsden me fecit. 17 cms diameter. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 334
A George V silver twin handled bowl, hallmarked London 1919, maker's mark of Mappin & Webb
The scroll handles moulded with trailing husks, standing on a plinth foot. 9 cms high.
Lot 335
An Edwardian silver basket, hallmarked Chester 1907, maker's mark of George Nathan and Ridley Hayes
The pierced sides interspersed with floral embossed vignettes centred with a lions mask within C-scroll and acanthus leaf embossed rim, the centre similarly decorated. 30 cms wide. £ 300 - 500
Lot 336
A small Victorian silver pedestal bowl, hallmarked London 1884, maker's mark of Charles Stuart Harris
Decorated in relief with eleven signs of the Zodiac and one vacant cartouche. 9.5 cms diameter. £ 200 - 300
Lot 337
A pair of Victorian silver dishes, hallmarked London 1898, maker's mark of George Maudsley Jackson and David Lansborough Fullerton
Each of oval form with plain centre, gadrooned body and floral embossed and crimped rim. 16 cms wide. (2) £ 150 - 250
Lot 338
A silver mounted facet cut glass pocket flask, hallmarked London 1910, maker's mark of John Pound & Co.
Lot 339
A Victorian silver mounted cut glass scent bottle, hallmarked London 1867, maker's mark of Henry Tiverton Brockwell
18 cms long.
Lot 340
A pair of Victorian silver mounted cut glass dressing table bottles, hallmarked Birmingham 1893, maker's mark of John Grinsell & Sons
Each with writhen moulded cover. 11.5 cms high. (2) £ 100 - 200
Lot 341
A pair of Victorian silver mounted moulded glass dressing table bottles, hallmarked London 1894, maker's mark of William Comyns
Each with embossed hinged cover depicting a classical scene above C-scroll trellis and floral moulded mounts. 12 cms high. (2) £ 100 - 200
Lot 342
A 19th century Chinese silver and enamelled picture frame
The rectangular frame with faux bamboo border enclosing birds on flowering branches headed with a vacant cartouche, set on a green enamelled background with a strutt support. 23.5 cms high. £ 600 - 800
Lot 343
A Chinese silver condiment set, maker's mark of WA
Formed as a boy pulling a rickshaw and consisting of a pepper caster, a salt and a mustard. 18 cms long. £ 200 - 300
Lot 344
A late 19th/early 20th century Chinese Export white metal three piece tea set, hallmarked for Shanghai, maker's mark of Zee Wo
Each piece decorated with various floral sprays and with simulated bamboo handles. (3) £ 500 - 800
Lot 345
A Chinese Export white metal mustard and pepper, hallmarked possibly for Shanghai, maker's mark of Yok Sang
Each piece decorated with prunus blossom. 4.5 and 5.5 cms high respectively. (2)
Lot 346
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Lot 347
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Lot 348
A late 18th/early 19th century Sheffield plate lidded tankard
The hinged lid with pierced thumb piece over a scrolling handle terminating in a heart. 16 cms high.
Lot 349
A matched three piece silver bachelors tea set, teapot hallmarked Birmingham 1900, maker's mark of LB & M
The teapot with half gadrooned decoration, ebony handle and finial, the matched sugar bowl and cream jug both hallmarked Birmingham 1902 with maker's mark of L & S. The teapot 22 cms wide. (3) £ 120 - 180
Lot 350
A Victorian glass mounted silver plated centrepiece
The central etched glass vase supported by reeded columns with horsehead capitals and paw feet, standing on a stepped plinth base. 35.5 cms high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 351
A pair of Old Sheffield plate candlesticks
Of fluted tapering form, on a spreading plinth base. 28 cms high. (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 352
A silver plated muffin dish, maker's mark of Elkington & Co.
The lobed cover with ring handle, the dish with shaped gadrooned edge. 21 cms diameter.
Lot 353
A Victorian silver plate mounted cranberry glass claret jug £ 100 - 150
Lot 354
No lot.
Lot 355
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Jewellery and Objects of Vertu
Lot 356
An 18 ct gold cased Longines gentleman's automatic wristwatch
The champagne dial with Arabic numerals and signed Longines, the case stamped Longines and serial number 6381193. £ 400 - 600
Lot 357
A Continental enamel mounted silver box
The hinged lid with enamel panel and central portrait roundel of a young girl and a dog, the box inscribed E Dreyfus. 9.5 cms wide. £ 300 - 500
Lot 358
An unmarked white and yellow metal cigarette case
The hinged lid inset with a plaque depicting a nude girl holding a mandolin. 7.75 cms wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 359
A George V silver and enamel cigarette case, hallmarked Birmingham 1927, maker's mark of William Hutton & Sons Ltd.
The rounded rectangular hinged cover decorated with twin portrait roundels of Zinovieff and Harry of Monmouth, the interior inscribed "Harry of Monmouth, Winner of The Duke of York Gold Cup. Zinovieff, Winner of The Duchess of York Gold Cup. Port Louis, Mauritius 1st June 1927. Trainer J. Merven. Jockey Allan Lewis." 12 cms wide. £ 400 - 600
Lot 360
A Victorian silver calling card case, hallmarked London 1851, maker's mark of SM
Decorated overall with flowering scrolling acanthus enclosing a monogrammed cartouche. 10 cms wide.
Lot 361
A Continental white metal and enamel snuff box
The rounded rectangular hinged cover monogrammed and decorated with a horse's head, the base inscribed "Mariannina a Bellino.". 8 cms wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 362
A George IV silver snuff box, hallmarked Birmingham 1829, maker's mark of Nathaniel Mills
Overall engine turned decoration, the hinged cover with crested cartouche. 7 cm wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 363
A William IV silver snuff box, hallmarked Birmingham 1832, maker's mark of JW
Of rounded rectangular form. 7.5 cms wide.
Lot 364
A small silver box, hallmarked Birmingham 1927, maker's mark indistinct
The embossed hinged rectangular top above plain sides with crimped edges.
Lot 365
A George V silver card case, hallmarked Birmingham 1929, maker's mark indistinct
Of bowed form, engine turned decorated. 9 cms wide.
Lot 366
A 19th century yellow metal framed mourning portrait miniature on ivory
Depicting a young gentleman in blue jacket, the reverse enamelled and inset with a lock of hair with suspension loop. 8.5 cms high overall. £ 200 - 300
Lot 367
A diamond set platinum ladies wristwatch
Of Art Deco style. £ 600 - 800
Lot 368
A diamond set platinum and 18 ct white gold cocktail watch £ 600 - 800
Lot 369
An 18 carat gold Rolex gentleman's Oyster perpetual day - date wristwatch
In original case and outer box. £ 4,500 - 5,500
Lot 370
A Tag Heuer stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch
With original box and guarantee booklet. £ 350 - 450
Lot 371
A 9 ct gold cased ladies pocket watch
The gold dial with Roman numerals, the case foliate engraved; together with a 9 ct gold watch chain and bar. The former 3.5 cms diameter. £ 600 - 800
Lot 372
A silver cased Rolex half hunter wristwatch
The outer case with enamelled numerals, first half of the 20th century. 4 cms wide. £ 600 - 800
Lot 373
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Lot 374
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Lot 375
A 19th century cameo brooch/pendant
The carved bust of a young lady mounted in unmarked high carat gold frame. 3.5 cms high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 376
A Victorian garnet crucifix
With six large cabochon garnets interspersed with further garnets, in original fitted case. 8.5 cms high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 377
An Edwardian silver topped hat pin, hallmarked Chester 1907, maker's mark of Charles Horner
Formed as a golf club. 17 cms long.
Lot 378
A 9 ct gold and silver enamel brooch
Formed as a fishing rod, the reel centred with a small cabochon ruby, mounted with an enamel decorated leaping salmon. 7 cms wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 379
An unmarked gold and diamond bar brooch
The scrolling frame centred with a row of nine diamonds. 5 cms wide. £ 400 - 600
Lot 380
A Victorian unmarked gold and seed pearl brooch
Formed as a horseshoe; and a 15 ct gold seed pearl and peridot brooch. The former 3 cms wide. (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 381
Two pairs of 19th century paste mounted white metal buckles
Both of typical form. The largest 6 cms wide. (4) £ 120 - 180
Lot 382
A pair of diamond and seed pearl earrings
Formed as flowerheads. 1.5 cms high. (2) £ 200 - 300
Lot 383
An Eastern yellow metal bangle
Each hinged panel deeply moulded with various deities riding mythical beasts. £ 300 - 500
Lot 384
A 19th century Italian yellow metal mounted micro-mosaic brooch
The oval panel inset with floral sprays. 5.5 cms wide. £ 400 - 600
Lot 385
An unmarked platinum and diamond set floral spray brooch
The centre covered with brilliant cut round diamonds, the outer edges and stem with baguette and marquise cut and brilliant cut round diamonds. 7 cms high. £ 4,000 - 5,000
Lot 386
A George V silver cased pocket watch, hallmarked Birmingham 1935, maker's mark of A.L. Davenport Limited
The white enamelled dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and signed J.G. Graves, Sheffield; together with a silver watch chain and bar; and a Continental silver cased lady's pocket watch. The former 5 cms diameter. (3) £ 100 - 150
Lot 387
A pair of silver gilt, ruby and seed pearl earrings
2 cms high. (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 388
An Edwardian unmarked white metal opal and seed pearl brooch
Formed as a wreath. 2.5 cms diameter.
Lot 389
A 19th century unmarked gold garnet set mourning ring
The central hair plait bordered by circular garnets. £ 100 - 150
Lot 390
A Chinese silver bracelet, maker's mark for W. Hoo
Comprising various medallion form links. £ 80 - 120
Lot 391
A 9 ct gold three stone diamond set ring
Total diamond weight approximately 0.8 carats. £ 300 - 500
Lot 392
A 15 ct gold and diamond stud form stick pin
The single diamond in pierced claw setting. 5.5 cms high. £ 120 - 180
Lot 393
An unmarked white metal and diamond stick pin, an unmarked yellow metal seed pearl and diamond mounted stick pin and a small yellow metal malachite pendant (3) £ 100 - 150
Lot 394
An unmarked white metal diamond pendant
The diamond set scrolling lattice body issuing diamond drops. 6.5 cms high. £ 600 - 800
Lot 395
An unmarked gold five stone diamond ring £ 200 - 300
Lot 396
An 18 ct gold sapphire and diamond ring
The central claw set sapphire flanked by two diamonds. £ 300 - 500
Lot 397
An 18 ct gold sapphire and diamond ring
The band form ring set with three sapphires interspersed with diamonds. £ 300 - 500
Lot 398
A diamond solitaire pendant on an 18 ct gold chain £ 200 - 300
Lot 399
An Edwardian seed pearl and amethyst set 9 ct gold Art Nouveau pendant
On yellow metal chain; together with a white metal and enamelled diamond set photo pendant on seed pearl mounted white metal chain. (2) £ 150 - 200
Lot 400
A cased set of 9 ct gold seed pearl mounted cufflinks and shirt studs £ 100 - 150
Lot 401
A 19th century yellow and white metal diamond, ruby and turquoise set bee brooch
In fitted case for E.M. Marcoso, Hatton Garden. 4.5 cms wide. £ 600 - 800
Lot 402
A Victorian diamond set yellow metal twelve point star brooch
Of typical form, in later fitted case. 4.5 cms wide. £ 400 - 600
Lot 403
An Art Deco platinum sapphire and diamond brooch
The central sapphire flanked by diamond set pierced side sections, each bordered with a row of six small sapphires. 7 cms wide. £ 400 - 600
Lot 404
An 18 carat gold ruby and diamond ring
The central oval cut ruby flanked to either side with a single diamond. £ 250 - 350
Lot 405
An Edwardian seed pearl set yellow metal flowerhead pendant
On 9 ct gold chain. 3 cms diameter. £ 150 - 200
Lot 406
An 18 ct gold and diamond ring
The flowerhead set ring with seven diamonds. £ 200 - 300
Lot 407
An 18 ct gold and platinum diamond solitaire ring
The claw set oval cut stone above pierced shoulders. £ 250 - 350
Lot 408
An 18 ct gold and jade ring
The central cabochon stone set on a thick gold band. £ 300 - 500
Lot 409
An Art Deco style 14 carat white gold sapphire and diamond ring
The central oval cut sapphire above a pierced trellis background bordered with diamonds. £ 200 - 300
Lot 410
A Sterling silver Georg Jensen brooch and a pair of turquoise set earrings
The brooch centred with a horses head, in a Georg Jensen box. 5 cms wide. £ 100 - 150
Lot 411
An 18 ct gold emerald and diamond ring
The central emerald bordered by a ring of diamonds, the neck set with a further two diamonds to either side; and an unmarked white metal twin band half hoop ring. (2) £ 150 - 250
Lot 412
An unmarked gold, ruby, emerald and mother-of-pearl pendant
The suspension loop set with a gold drop inset with an oval cut red stone above a heart shaped mother-of-pearl central section cornered with stone set floral mounts above a similar smaller teardrop shaped section, on an unmarked gold chain, in a plush lined case. £ 600 - 800
Lot 413
An 18 ct gold ruby and opal bar brooch
Centrally set as bee; and an unmarked gold and hardstone brooch, centrally carved as an owls head. The former 7.5 cms wide. (2) £ 400 - 600
Lot 414
An unmarked white metal three stone ring
The central diamond flanked by two smaller blue stones, possibly diamonds. £ 400 - 600
Lot 415
Two silver framed Ruskin cabochon plaques
Formed as brooches; and two loose Ruskin plaques. £ 150 - 250
Lot 416
A 9 carat gold peridot and split seed pearl bar brooch
Centrally set as a fly. 5.5 cms wide. £ 150 - 250
Lot 417
A Chanel purple quilted caviar leather handbag
Classic flap style with signature chain double strap and silver tone logo closure to front; together with authenticity card numbered 10218184 and dust bag. 30 cms wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 418
A diamond, ruby and opal set bee form brooch
Of typical form. 4.5 cms wide. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 419
A gold and platinum diamond set flowerhead crossover ring £ 200 - 300
Lot 420
A 9 ct gold and enamelled bar brooch
Centrally set with an enamelled grouse. 5 cms wide. £ 100 - 150
Lot 421
An 18 ct gold diamond and sapphire ring
The central oval cut sapphire bordered by diamond chips. £ 120 - 180
Lot 422
A suite of 9 ct gold jewellery
Comprising: necklace, earrings, brooch and pendant drop. £ 300 - 500
Lot 423
Two silver gilt masonic pendants
One inscribed Kent and with crossed batons and tied ribbon, the other with crossed swords and tied ribbon; and an unmarked gilt metal masonic pendant with set square and cornucopia. The largest 7.5 cms wide. (3) £ 500 - 800
Lot 424
A pair of Victorian yellow metal mourning brooches
Of twisted knot form with inset hair plait panel. (2) £ 150 - 250
Lot 425
An 18 ct gold diamond solitaire ring
The round cut stone on a thick gold band. £ 300 - 500
Lot 426
A 9 ct gold diamond and hardstone pendant
The single stone inset suspension loop with a gold bordered hardstone pendant mounted with the profile bust of a young lady in gold with diamond chips. 6.5 cms high. £ 500 - 800
Lot 427
A Victorian unmarked gold hardstone inset brooch
Of circular form with various specimen stones inset. 2.5 cms wide. £ 150 - 250
Lot 428
A 14 ct white gold and diamond crossover ring
The central diamond approximately 1 carat, flanked by two smaller diamonds and two further rows of five small diamonds. £ 1,500 - 2,500
Lot 429
A 9 ct gold amethyst and seed pearl ring
The cabochon amethyst mounted with a gold and seed pearl eight point star. £ 200 - 300
Lot 430
A 15 ct gold seed pearl and semi-precious stone set bracelet
In fitted case for R.J. Yeo, Rochford. £ 200 - 300
Lot 431
A 9 ct gold onyx set pendant locket £ 80 - 120
Lot 432
A five stone diamond and white metal (possibly platinum) half hoop ring £ 600 - 800
Lot 433
An unmarked gold and diamond Art Deco style ring
The circular cut central stone flanked by two smaller stones and bordered with small diamonds, the shoulders each set with three further diamonds. £ 300 - 500
Lot 434
An 18 ct gold diamond set flowerhead ring
The central claw set stone bordered by a row of ten smaller stones with pierced shoulders. £ 150 - 250
Lot 435
A single strand pearl necklace
With enamel mounted white metal clasp. 53 cms long. £ 300 - 500
Lot 436
A Victorian gold, amethyst and seed pearl ring
The three amethyst interspersed with seed pearls on a pierced setting.
Lot 437
A 9 ct gold and citrine fob seal and another small seal (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 438
A pair of diamond cluster set white metal earrings
In fitted case for Garrard & Co Limited. 1.5 cms diameter. (2) £ 600 - 800
Lot 439
A Victorian diamond and pearl set white and yellow metal cruciform pendant
In fitted case for Hancocks & Co. 5 cms wide. £ 600 - 800
Lot 440
A diamond a sapphire set white and yellow metal crescent brooch
Of typical form. 4.5 cms wide. £ 400 - 600
Lot 441
A Chinese carved pink coral ivory and yellow metal mounted four strand necklace
The clasp modelled as a dragons head. 92 cms long overall. £ 400 - 600
Lot 442
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Lot 443
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Lot 444
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Lot 445
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Pottery, Porcelain and Glassware
Lot 446
A First Period Worcester porcelain leaf moulded pickle dish
Painted in underglaze blue with the Pickle Leaf Vine pattern. 9 cms wide. £ 100 - 150
Lot 447
A Royal Worcester tea set
The blue and white bodies with gilt and beaded decoration. £ 200 - 300
Lot 448
Two New Hall tea bowls, a coffee cup, three tea cups and five saucers
One tea bowl and saucer printed in blue with the Trench and Mortar pattern, the other tea bowl and saucer painted with pattern 90, the coffee cup en suite, the tea cups and saucers painted with patterns 446 and 1496, the remaining tea cup and saucer painted with floral sprays engrisaille, pattern not found. (11) £ 100 - 150
Lot 449
A large ceramic model of an elephant, (unmarked but probably Royal Dux)
Coloured in gold and green with ivory coloured tusks. 60 cms long. £ 300 - 500
Lot 450
A large Royal Dux figure of a musician
Modelled wearing a feathered hat and a cape and holding a musical instrument, standing on a florally encrusted base. 80 cms high. £ 400 - 600
Lot 451
A Royal Dux model of Bohemia
The figure seated decorating a vase. 20 cms high.
Lot 452
A Victorian Minton Parian model of Lady Godiva
Seated naked riding side saddle on her horse. 41 cms high. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 453
A 19th century amphora porcelain figure
Modelled as an Arabian gentleman with a pair of drums and a musket, riding a camel. 39 cms high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 454
A Vileroy & Bosch pewter lidded stein
The neck with sections of German text above a band of various figures. 37 cms high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 455
A Victorian twin handled vase
Decorated with Grecian scenes, mounted on a bronze pedestal base. 36 cms high.
Lot 456
A Royal Crown Derby hand painted box and cover
The domed rectangular lid painted with sailing vessels and signed WEJ Dean, the base decorated to the sides with seascapes. 11 cms wide. £ 300 - 500
Lot 457
A pair of Crown Devon vases, shape number 281 and printed and painted with pattern number 2073
Printed and painted marks, one bearing original paper label. 19.5 cms high. (2) £ 150 - 200
Lot 458
A large blue and white mask jug
The leaf moulded body with double C-scroll handle and decorated with insects amongst floral sprays, blue painted crescent type mark to base. 28 cms high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 459
A Royal Worcester pot pourri vase and cover
The pierced cover above a lobed body decorated with poppy sprays on a peach ground, printed puce mark to base with date code for 1903, registered number 112589 and model number 1312. 18 cms high.
Lot 460
A Victorian Elsmoore & Forster ironstone puzzle jug
Decorated to either side with a jester, the front with cock fighting scenes. 22 cms high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 461
An early 19th century Sevres style porcelain twin handled dish
Of oval scalloped form, the centre decorated with a hand painted scene of three putti riding a goat within a gilt C-scroll and floral spray border, the border decorated with four similarly bordered hand painted vignettes of exotic birds, standing on a shallow foot. 31.5 cms wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 462
Two Sevres style porcelain cabinet plates
Each hand painted with a portrait of Madame Elisabeth and Marie Leszczynska, within floral and gilt decorated borders with shaped rim, printed Chateaux des Tuileries and Sevres 1844 marks. 24 cms diameter. (2) £ 100 - 200
Lot 463
A pair of Herend porcelain soup bowls
Each with basket moulded rim, the centres printed and hand painted with birds in naturalistic settings interspersed with various insects. 24 cms diameter. (2)
Lot 464
A Delft mug
The cylindrical body decorated with a hare coursing scene, painter's initials to underside. 15 cms high. £ 100 - 200
Lot 465
Twelve various 18th/19th century blue and white Delft tiles (12)
Lot 466
A pair of 19th century majolica pilgrims flasks
Each with slender neck above putti and vine moulded baluster body with applied suspension rings. 26 cms high. (2) £ 300 - 500
Lot 467
A Continental porcelain hand painted oval plaque
Depicting a young lady in classical dress in an Italian landscape with a garland of flowers on her lap. 14.5 x 19 cms. £ 200 - 300
Lot 468
A pair of Continental porcelain figural candlesticks
Each with leaf moulded sconce and drip pans, supported on a flowering and fruiting vine entwined tree stump, one with a scantily clad female figure and a putti holding a bird, the other with scantily clad male and a putti holding a grapevine garland, each on naturalistically moulded base. 29 cms high. (2) £ 200 - 300
Lot 469
A late 19th century Continental porcelain figurine
The young lady modelled cuddling a dog and holding a love letter, wearing a florally decorated dress, standing on a circular plinth base, with blue crossed swords mark to base. 40 cms high. £ 400 - 600
Lot 470
Four porcelain terrier groups
Comprising: Royal Doulton HN2588, terrier pups in basket; Royal Doulton HN2654, puppy chewing a slipper; Beswick Jack Russell terrier model 2109; and another marked England. The largest 12.5 cms high. (4)
Lot 471
A large Continental porcelain plaque
Moulded and printed with the profile portrait of a young lady carrying a wheat sheaf and holding a sickle with wild flowers within a nouveau moulded border, impressed DBM and 1543 to verso. 57 x 66 cms. £ 400 - 600
Lot 472
A pair of large mid 19th century Meissen style blanc de chine figural candlesticks
Modelled as a young flower girl and her suitor. Each 49 cms high. (2) £ 300 - 500
Lot 473
A 19th century Persian architectural tile
Centrally painted with a regal figure within an acanthus leaf oval and vine leaf strapwork. 41 x 54 cms. £ 100 - 200
Lot 474
No lot.
Lot 475
No lot.
Lot 476
A Chinese porcelain bottle vase
Decorated in the Persian palette. 20 cms high.

Provenance: Purchased by the vendor's father circa 1900. £ 100 - 200
Lot 477
A Chinese porcelain charger
Decorated with Chinese figures doing the Conga within a dragon decorated border. 34 cms diameter.

Provenance: Purchased by the vendor's father circa 1900. £ 100 - 200
Lot 478
A Chinese porcelain vase
Of baluster form, decorated with lions amongst floral sprays on a red ground. 37 cms high.

Provenance: Purchased by the vendor's father circa 1900. £ 600 - 800
Lot 479
An 18th century Chinese porcelain dish
Decorated with chrysanthemum sprays, in the Imari palette. 29 cms diameter.
Lot 480
A Chinese celadon glaze dish
The moulded rim with incised lotus strapwork, the centre with two moulded carp. 31 cms diameter. £ 100 - 150
Lot 481
A Chinse porcelain Da Ji wall plaque
Modelled as a ribbon tied double gourd vase on stand, each bulb centred with a medallion enclosing the characters Da and Ji within lotus strapwork interspersed with insects. 37 cms high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 482
A pair of Chinese porcelain Rouleau vases
Each decorated with the figures of an elderly fisherman and child in a rocky landscape, opposing script, iron red painted mark to base. 28 cms high. (2) £ 400 - 600
Lot 483
A Chinese blue and white porcelain Rouleau vase
The body decorated with waring figures in a river landscape, double blue rings to base. 47.5 cms high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 484
A Chinese porcelain bottle vase
The slender neck above a baluster body decorated in enamels with a figure seated beside a dragon, painted double blue rings to base. 26.5 cms high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 485
A Clarice Cliff Fantasque Bizarre Perth jug
Decorated in the Melon pattern, printed mark to base. 13.5 cms high.
Lot 486
A Chinese porcelain blue and white bottle vase
The tall slender neck with flared rim above a baluster body decorated in blue with figures taking court within a garden. 31.5 cms high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 487
A pair of Chinese porcelain plates
Each decorated with lotus flowers and leaves interspersed with insects, four character painted mark to base. 17 cms diameter. (2) £ 200 - 300
Lot 488
A Chinese porcelain dish
Decorated with cranes amongst lotus flowers, the exterior decorated with lotus strapwork, six character Xianfeng mark to base. 18 cms diameter. £ 150 - 250
Lot 489
Two 18th century Chinese porcelain tankards
One of baluster form decorated with chrysanthemums issuing from a garden, standing on a spreading foot, the other of barrel form decorated with floral sprays in the mandarin palette. 13.5 cms and 14 cms high, respectively. (2) £ 300 - 400
Lot 490
An 18th century Chinese porcelain blue and white brush pot
Decorated with figures within a mountainous river landscape. 9.5 cms high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 491
A late 19th century/early 20th century Chinese porcelain vase
With flared rim above a baluster body, brightly enamelled with figures opposing Chinese text. 43.5 cms high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 492
A Chinese porcelain vase
The flared rim above a baluster body decorated with a figure on horseback and his attendant within a landscape and below heavenly female figures, Daoguang seal mark to base. 35.5 cms high. £ 250 - 350
Lot 493
A Chinese porcelain baluster vase and cover
Decorated overall with various figures in a landscape and a deity riding a crane. 44 cms high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 494
A pair of Chinese porcelain baluster vases and covers
Each decorated with five clawed dragons chasing a flaming pearl within stylised cloud bursts, Jiaqing seal mark to base. 42 cms high. (2) £ 300 - 500
Lot 495
A Chinese porcelain twin handled vase
The flared rim above rui sceptre handles and baluster body, decorated with a deer and cranes within a floral landscape, Qianlong seal mark to base. 40.5 cms high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 496
A Chinese blue and white porcelain tea caddy and cover
Decorated overall with figural vignettes within lotus strapwork. 20 cms high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 497
A Chinese porcelain garden seat
Of baluster hexagonal form, decorated overall with figures, birds and insects in various landscapes. 47 cms high. £ 500 - 800
Lot 498
A large Chinese Export blue and white porcelain fish bowl
The centre decorated with an extensive mountainous river landscape with figures and pagodas within diaper bands, the exterior with moulded band and decorated with floral sprays. 69 cms diameter. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 499
A pair of Chinese Export porcelain candlesticks
Modelled as saddled elephants. 20.5 cms high. (2) £ 300 - 500
Lot 500
A Chinese porcelain baluster vase and cover
Together with a Chinese porcelain circular box and cover, both decorated with dragons amongst floral strapwork, both with blue painted four character Kangxi mark to base. The vase 22 cms high, the box and cover 9 cms diameter. £ 200 - 300
Lot 501
A large Chinese Export porcelain blue and white cider jug
The barrel shaped body with double strap handle and decorated with a continuous river landscape. 22 cms high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 502
A Chinese porcelain baluster vase
Decorated with dragons amongst floral strapwork. 25 cms high.
Lot 503
A Chinese porcelain baluster vase and cover
Decorated overall with various birds and insects amongst floral sprays, standing on a carved wooden base. 46 cms high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 504
An 18th century Chinese baluster vase
Decorated in the Mandarin pattern. 27 cms high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 505
A Chinese Yixing pottery teapot and cover
Of compressed form, impressed seal mark to base. 10 cms high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 506
A Chinese Yixing pottery teapot and cover
Modelled to simulate bamboo, impressed seal mark to base. 8.5 cms high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 507
A 19th century Chinese pottery pewter mounted Yixing teapot
Decorated with dragons, impressed mark to base. 9.5 cms high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 508
A Chinese Yixing pottery white metal mounted teapot
Of hexagonal form, with dragon moulded panels; together with another, smaller, of typical form with impressed marks to base. 8 cms and 6.5 cms high respectively. (2)
Lot 509
A 19th century Chinese porcelain brush washer
Of beehive form with peach bloom glaze and incised medallions, blue painted six character Kangxi mark to base. 6.5 cms high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 510
An 18th/19th century Chinese blue and white porcelain crocus vase
Of typical form, the lobed body decorated with various musicians. 24 cms high. £ 400 - 600
Lot 511
A Chinese porcelain jardiniere
Decorated with Asiatic pheasants amongst flowering prunus, red painted six character Daoguang mark to base. 27 cms high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 512
A Chinese porcelain bowl
The inner rim with lappet decoration and centred with a lotus flower, the outer rim with scrolling fauna interspersed with lotus flowers above a lappet border, the base with Yang Chen mark. £ 100 - 150
Lot 513
A 19th century Chinese famille verte jardiniere
Decorated all round with rural and fishing scenes. 22 cms diameter. £ 250 - 350
Lot 514
A large late 19th/early 20th century Satsuma vase
Decorated with a pheasant amongst trees, heightened with gilt. 62 cms high. £ 400 - 600
Lot 515
A late 19th/early 20th century Chinese ginger jar
Decorated with various immortals/deities and other figures, the base with red seal mark. 16 cms high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 516
An 18th century Chinese punch bowl
Decorated to the inside rim with Greek key pattern gold banding and floral swags centred with an armorial crest and a garland of flowers, the outer rim with gold lattice band and trailing floral garlands. 36 cms diameter. £ 200 - 300
Lot 517
A pair of Chinese blue and white ginger jars and covers
Decorated overall with scrolling lotus flowers. Each 20 cms high. (2) £ 300 - 500
Lot 518
A large Chinese famille rose jardiniere
Decorated with scrolling floral and lappet border above an Asiatic pheasant, other birds and butterflies amongst fruiting and flowering trees. 40 cms diameter. £ 600 - 800
Lot 519
A Chinese porcelain bowl
Modelled as a shell, the interior decorated with a lakeside landscape, blue painted six character mark to base. 22 cms wide.
Lot 520
A Chinese porcelain dish
Decorated with a deer and a crane in a floral landscape, red painted Tongzhi seal mark to base. 23 cms diameter. £ 200 - 300
Lot 521
A Chinese porcelain reticulated vase on stand
Of hexagonal section, each panel to side decorated with a figural painted vase issuing flowers, the stand with shaped bracket feet. 42.5 cms high. £ 400 - 600
Lot 522
A Chinese porcelain blue and white crackleware jardiniere
Decorated with dragons amongst chrysanthemum floral sprays. 30 cms high. £ 400 - 600
Lot 523
A Chinese porcelain baluster vase and cover
Decorated with floral vignettes on a diaper band ground, blue painted six character Kangxi mark to base. 42 cms high. £ 400 - 600
Lot 524
A large Chinese porcelain baluster vase
Of hexagonal section with twin handles, decorated overall with phoenixes, cranes and other bird life in a wooded riverside landscape, standing on a spreading foot. 85 cms high. £ 600 - 800
Lot 525
A pair of Chinese porcelain baluster vases
Each decorate with various figures holding court in a garden. 59 cms high. (2) £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 526
A Chinese porcelain figure of a horse
Modelled standing with ivory glaze. 24.5 cms high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 527
A Chinese porcelain vase
Decorated overall with birds, insects and precious objects within floral sprays. 62 cms high. £ 600 - 800
Lot 528
A Chinese porcelain jardiniere
Decorated with chrysanthemum sprays and insects. 30.5 cms high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 529
A Japanese Satsuma porcelain tray
Decorated with figures in a river landscape, Mount Fuji in the distance, within a typically decorated shaped rim. 37 cms wide. £ 100 - 150
Lot 530
A late 19th century Japanese Sumida jardiniere
Decorated to one side with three figures. 19 cms diameter. £ 100 - 150
Lot 531
A set of twelve Japanese Satsuma pottery bowls
Each representing a month of the year and titled as such, gilt painted Kinkozan Tsukuru mark to base. 12.5 cms diameter. (12) £ 100 - 150
Lot 532
A set of twelve Japanese Satsuma pottery plates
Each representing a month of the year and titled as such, gilt painted Kinkozan Tsukuru seal mark to base. 23 cms diameter. (12) £ 100 - 150
Lot 533
A Japanese porcelain baluster vase
With wavy flared rim and twin handles, decorated with birds amongst prunus blossoms and chrysanthemum sprays enclosing figural painted vignettes, red painted six character mark to base. 66 cms high. £ 600 - 800
Lot 534
No lot.
Lot 535
No lot.
Lot 536
No lot.
Lot 537
A 19th century gilt decorated glass centre bowl
On an ormolu stand, the shaped bowl with gilt rim above gilt swags and ties, standing on original cast ormolu stand. 14 cms diameter. £ 100 - 150
Lot 538
A Lalique Poissons pattern clear and opalescent glass bowl, moulded signature R. Lalique
30 cms diameter. £ 200 - 300
Lot 539
A 19th century blue and white glass rolling pin
39 cms long.
Lot 540
A pair of early 19th century glass storm lamps
Each with baluster shade, standing on a plain stem with spreading foot. 30 cms high. (2) £ 200 - 300
Lot 541
An etched glass pedestal vase
Decorated with a stag and ducks in a woodland, standing on a short stem and spreading circular foot. 27 cms high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 542
A glass paperweight
Of faceted domed form, cane decorated with an insect amongst flowers, one interior cane initialled I and dated 1979. 5 cms high.
Lot 543
An early 19th century glass decanter
Of tapered form cut with broad shoulder flutes, stylised floral band and basal comb flutes with original heart shaped stopper; together with a silver plated crescent decanter label engraved Brandy. The former 23.5 cms high. (2)
Lot 544
A set of four green glass roemers
Each with plain bowl, raspberry prunted stem and ribbed spreading foot. 11.5 cms high. (4)
Lot 545
A pair of 18th century wine glasses
Each with round funnel bowl, supported on a double air twist stem, standing on a plain foot. 15.5 cms high. (2) £ 200 - 300
Lot 546
A set of eight 19th century glass ale flutes
Each with engraved trumpet bowl. Approximately 13.5 cms high. (8) £ 100 - 150
Lot 547
No lot.
Lot 548
No lot.
Lot 549
No lot.
Pictures, Prints and Engravings
Lot 550
*AR GRAHAM CLARKE (born 1941) British
Piece de Resistance (artist's proof)
Coloured print
Signed and titled in pencil to margin
69 x 54 cms, framed and glazed £ 300 - 500
Lot 551
*AR GRAHAM CLARKE (born 1941) British
Notte Todaye
Coloured limited edition print, 137/400
Signed and titled in pencil to margin
69 x 54 cms, framed and glazed £ 300 - 500
Lot 552
After SIR MARTIN ARCHER SHEE (1769-1850) Irish
Alexander Adair, Captain Commandant of the 9th Suffolk Loyal Southelmham Yeomanry Cavalry
Engraving
Old label to verso for R.J. Hammond, Edgeware Road, London
38.5 x 64.5 cms, framed and glazed
Lot 553
*AR After GRAHAM SUTHERLAND (1903-1980) British
Standing Form
Lithograph
Old label to verso, inscribed number 40, artist Graham Sutherland, title Standing Form, date 1953, medium litho, purchased from Redfern, date January 1954
54 x 76 cms, framed and glazed £ 300 - 500
Lot 554
*AR VALENTINE "GROSS" HUGO (1890-1968) French
Petrouchka Ballet
Coloured wood block prints
Signed and dated 20/6/16
Each image 15 x 11 cms, framed and glazed (a pair) (2) £ 200 - 300
Lot 555
JOHN GOULD (1804-1881) and HENRY RICHTER (19th century) British
Andigena Nigrirostris
Hand coloured lithograph, printed by Hullmandel & Walton
35.5 x 53 cms, framed and glazed £ 200 - 300
Lot 556
After and By CECIL CHARLES WINDSO ALDIN (1870-1935) British
The Cottesmore Away from Ranksborough
Coloured lithograph
Signed
84 x 48 cms, framed and glazed
Lot 557
*AR After and By HANS BEHRENS (born 1934) German
Esox Lucius L and Cyprianus Carpio
Limited edition coloured etchings
Signed and number 25/100
44 x 36 cms, framed and glazed, (a pair) (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 558
After and By WALTER DENDY SADDLER (1854-1923) British and JAMES DOBIE (born 1849) British
A Winter Evening
Etching
Published by L.H. Lefevre & Son
Signed
26 x 35 cms, framed and glazed £ 150 - 250
Lot 559
After JOHN CARY
A Map of Suffolk from the Best Authorities
Hand coloured engraving
Published by John Stockdale, 1805
53.5 x 41.5 cms, framed and glazed
Lot 560
After JOHN CARY
A Map of Norfolk from the Best Authorities
Hand coloured engraving
Published by John Stockdale, 1805
53.5 x 41.5 cms, framed and glazed
Lot 561
After and By HARRY BECKER (1865-1928) British
Potato Pickers
Lithograph
Signed
54.5 x 37 cms, framed and glazed £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 562
*AR After and By SIR LIONEL ARTHUR LINDSAY (1874-1961) British
San Domenico Maggiore and Castle Cocas
Dry point etchings
Signed
35 x 25 cms and 22.5 x 12.5 cms respectively, framed and glazed (2) £ 200 - 300
Lot 563
No lot.
Lot 564
RICHARD JULIUS BIDDLE (1832-1883) British
Square Rigged Three Masted War Ship Alighting in Calm Waters at Sunrise
Watercolour
Signed
24 x 13.5 cms, framed and glazed £ 100 - 150
Lot 565
ROBERT GIBB (1845-1932) Scottish
Fallen Commerade
Watercolour
Signed and dated 1884
30.5 x 41 cms, framed and glazed

Note: The present picture maybe a preparatory sketch for Robert Gibb's famous Commerades which depicts a dying soldier of The Black Watch after the battles at Sir Basterpole during the Crimean War. £ 300 - 500
Lot 566
WILLIAM MINSHALL BIRCHALL (1884-1941) American/British
H.M. Transport Arcadian, sunk 15.4.1917
Watercolour heightened with bodycolour
Titled and signed
30 x 30.5 cms, framed and glazed £ 100 - 200
Lot 567
THOMAS BUSH HARDY (1842-1897) British
Shipping Scene
Watercolour
Signed and dated 1896, old gallery label to verso for Stour Gallery, Dorset
50 x 32 cms, framed and glazed £ 400 - 600
Lot 568
EDMUND AUBREY HUNT (1855-1922) American
Sail Versus Steam
Watercolour
Signed, old label to verso for The Rowley Gallery Limited, Kensington
52.5 x 37.5 cms, framed and glazed £ 300 - 500
Lot 569
ENGLISH SCHOOL (19th century)
Sail Boats in Choppy Waters
Watercolours
24.5 x 18.5 cms, framed and glazed, (a pair) (2) £ 100 - 200
Lot 570
HENRY BARLOW CARTER (1803-1867) British
A Stormy Day Off the Coast
Watercolour
Signed and dated, old label to verso for Frost & Reed Studios Limited, Bristol and London
44 x 29 cms, framed and glazed £ 300 - 500
Lot 571
CHARLES FORSTER (19th century) British
Fisher Girls; and Young Companions with Their Catch
Watercolours heightened with bodycolour
Signed and dated 1871
32.5 x 40 cms and 31 x 41.5 cms, framed and glazed, (a marched pair) (2) £ 600 - 800
Lot 572
*AR Attributed to SAMUEL JOHN LAMORNA BIRCH (1869-1955) British
Fishing the River
Watercolour
Indistinctly signed
17 x 12 cms, framed and glazed £ 300 - 500
Lot 573
GEORGE H. BARRETT (1767-1842) American
Figures Alighting From a Boat, in an Italianate landscape
Watercolour
Signed
24 x 16.5 cms, framed and glazed £ 100 - 150
Lot 574
GEORGE BARKER (exhibited 1892-1908) British
The Old Town, Whitby Harbour
Watercolour
Signed, old label to verso for the Birmingham Watercolour Society, Second Exhibition, inscribed "The Old Town, Whitby Harbour, G. Barker, 75 Gravelly Lane, Erdington" and old retailer's label for Harrod's Limited, London
53 x 35 cms, framed and glazed £ 200 - 300
Lot 575
*AR SYDNEY GOODWIN (1867-1944) British
The Pool of London
Watercolour
Signed and dated 1913
30 x 44 cms £ 200 - 300
Lot 576
HENRY S. LYNTON (flourished 1886-1904) British
Arab Scene
Watercolour
Signed and dated 99
79 x 54 cms, framed and glazed £ 600 - 800
Lot 577
EDWARD ROBERT SMYTHE (1810-1899) British
Gypsy Family
Watercolour
Signed
25 x 34 cms, framed and glazed

Provenance: Ex Reydon Hall. £ 150 - 250
Lot 578
MICHAEL ANGELO WAGEMAN (19th century) British
Peasant Girl and Her Dog Collecting Water, in a rural landscape
Watercolour
Signed
37 x 50 cms, framed and glazed £ 250 - 350
Lot 579
ENGLISH SCHOOL (19th century)
Farmers Daughters
Watercolours
30.5 x 47 cms, framed and glazed, (a pair) (2)
Lot 580
ENGLISH SCHOOL (19th/20th century)
Boston Stump from Witham Bank
Pencil
25 x 15 cms, in pressed gilt metal frame and glazed
Lot 581
EDWARD ROBERT SMYTHE (1810-1899) British
Sheep in a Wooded Landscape
Chalk and pastel
Signed
33 x 48.5 cms, framed and glazed

Provenance: Ex Reydon Hall. £ 200 - 300
Lot 582
HOWARD GULL STORMONT (1844-1923) British
Rural Landscapes with Figures and Sheep
Watercolours
Signed and dated 1890
47 x 30 cms, framed and glazed (a pair) (2) £ 250 - 350
Lot 583
*AR LILLIAN STANNARD (1877-1944) British
Cottage Scene
Watercolour
Signed
25 x 17 cms, framed and glazed £ 200 - 300
Lot 584
*AR SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT (1880-1969) British
Landscape
Watercolour
Signed
48.5 x 38.5 cms, framed and glazed £ 300 - 500
Lot 585
ENGLISH SCHOOL (19th century)
Figures on a Path in a Rural Landscape
Watercolour
48.5 x 31 cms, framed and glazed
Lot 586
BERNARD WALSH (19th/20th century) English
View at Ben Lomond and the Loch at Rowardennan
Watercolour
Titled, signed and dated 1919
53 x 36 cms, framed and glazed
Lot 587
CHARLES EDWARD BRITTAN (1837-1888) British
September Showers, Bendan Moor, Exmoor
Watercolour
Signed, old label to verso for The Mendoza Gallery, London
36 x 25 cms, framed and glazed £ 200 - 300
Lot 588
*AR JOHN HIRST ADDYMAN (1929-2006) British
Fern Hill, Suffolk
Watercolour
Signed, titled and dated 68
59 x 39 cms, framed and glazed £ 100 - 200
Lot 589
JOSEPH KIRKPATRICK (1872-1930) British
Maytime, Sussex
Watercolour
Signed, old label to verso for Deighton's Strand Gallery, London
22 x 29 cms, framed and glazed £ 100 - 150
Lot 590
*AR JOHN McCUTCHEON (born 1910) British
Scottish Townscape
Watercolour
Signed
54 x 36 cms, framed and glazed
Lot 591
*AR JOHN McCUTCHEON (born 1910) British
Scottish Landsacpe
Watercolour
Signed
54 x 35.5 cms, framed and glazed
Lot 592
SYDNEY MANNOOCH (exhibited 1900-1917) British
Street Scene with Figures
Watercolour
Signed
25 x 35 cms, framed and glazed
Lot 593
SYDNEY MANNOOCH (exhibited 1900-1917) British
Church in River Landscape
Watercolour
Signed
37 x 26 cms, framed and glazed
Lot 594
*AR PATRICK HALL (1906-1992) British
Spanish Landscape
Watercolour heightened with bodycolour
76 x 41 cms, framed and glazed £ 200 - 300
Lot 595
JOHN DOBBIN (1815-1888) British
Church of St. Peter from Defence de Circular
Watercolour
Signed and dated 1856 twice, old label to verso numbered 3 and inscribed Church of St. Peter from Defence de Circular avec cheveux gent, J. Dobbin, 2 Milan Terrace, Bridge Road, Battersea, London
56 x 40 cms, framed and glazed £ 300 - 500
Lot 596
JOHN REGINALD GOODMAN (19th/20th century) British
Rhododendron Lined Woodland Path
Watercolour
Signed and dated 1894
35 x 25 cms, framed and glazed £ 150 - 250
Lot 597
ROSA WALLIS (1857-1930) British
Oleanders Siena
Watercolour
Signed
24 x 16.5 cms, framed and glazed
Lot 598
No lot.
Lot 599
Attributed to THOMAS WEBSTER (1800-1886) British
The Classroom
Watercolour
75 x 43 cms, framed and glazed £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 600
*AR HARRY GEORGE THEAKER (1873-1954) British
The Night is Young
Watercolour
Signed
34.5 x 50.5 cms, framed and glazed £ 400 - 600
Lot 601
JAMES WARREN CHILDE (1778-1862) British
Sketch for the Misses Nicholls
Pencil and watercolour
Inscribed to verso Sketch for the Misses Nicholls, J.W. Childe of Covent Garden, dated 1857 November, Richard Nicholls
25 x 34 cms, framed and glazed £ 100 - 150
Lot 602
*AR FRANK BEANLAND (born 1936) British
Abstract
Acrylic on paper
Signed with initials
71 x 56 cms, framed and glazed £ 100 - 200
Lot 603
*AR FRANK BEANLAND (born 1936) British
Abstract
Acrylic on paper
Signed with initials
71 x 56 cms, framed and glazed £ 100 - 200
Lot 604
S.H. MATSUMOTO (19th/20th century) Japanese
Japanese Landscapes
Watercolours
Signed and dated 1904 and 1905
34 x 23 cms and 33 x 24.5 cms, framed and glazed (a matched pair) (2) £ 300 - 500
Lot 605
CARLETON GRANT (1860-1930) British
The Foryd, Rhyl
Watercolour
Signed and dated 98
37 x 19.5 cms, framed and glazed £ 250 - 350
Lot 606
No lot.
Lot 607
*AR IVY STANNARD (1881-1968) British
Mallard Taking Flight in a Moorland Landscape
Watercolour
Signed
34 x 23.5 cms, framed and glazed
Lot 608
No lot.
Lot 609
Circle of LAURENCE STEPHEN LOWRY (1887-1976) British
Portrait of a Gentleman, said to be Robert Lowry, the artist's father
Oil on board
Bears signature L S Lowry and dated 1911
25 x 35 cms, in maple frame £ 100 - 200
Lot 610
SCOTTISH SCHOOL (19th century)
Deer Stalkers with Their Quarry on Horseback, in a Highland landscape
Oil on canvas
85.5 x 51.5 cms £ 600 - 800
Lot 611
GEORGE EARL (1824-1908) British
Greyhounds Resting in a Highland Landscape
Oil on canvas
Signed and dated 1874 lower right
136 x 100 cms, framed £ 10,000 - 15,000
Lot 612
ENGLISH SCHOOL (19th century)
Still Life with Spaniel and Dead Game
Oil on canvas
49 x 62 cms, framed £ 200 - 300
Lot 613
A. ROLAND KNIGHT (active circa 1810-1840) British
Cats Guarding Their Catch
Oil on canvas
Signed
35 x 24 cms, framed £ 300 - 500
Lot 614
ENGLISH SCHOOL (20th century)
Portrait of Blue Cheq. Cock 7191, bred and raced by Armstrong Brothers
Oil on board
Signed and dated 1928
29 x 38 cms, framed and glazed; together with a signed photograph of Beeline Escapare by Anthony Bolton, framed and glazed; and another signed Terry Peart. (3) £ 300 - 500
Lot 615
*AR ANNETTE OLLIVARY (born 1926) French
Le Lion L'Enfant 1967
Oil on canvas
Signed
26 x 15 cms, framed £ 300 - 500
Lot 616
JOSEPH B. FOLEY (flourish 1863-1877) British
Sailing Ships in Choppy Waters
Oil on board
Inscribed to verso Painted by J.B. Foley Esq, 14.10.84
29 x 16 cms £ 200 - 300
Lot 617
ENGLISH NAIVE SCHOOL (19th century)
Brig in Full Sail
Oil on canvas
54 x 39 cms, framed £ 200 - 300
Lot 618
GEORGE KNIGHT (late 19th century)
Fishing Vessels in a Swell
Oil on canvas
Signed
41 x 61 cms £ 600 - 800
Lot 619
WILLIAM (ANSLOW) THORNLEY (1857-1898) British
Low Tide
Oil on canvas
Signed
36.5 x 29.5 cms, framed £ 400 - 600
Lot 620
WILLIAM (ANSLOW) THORNLEY (1857-1898) British
A Fresh Breeze Off the Yorkshire Coast; and Low Tide, Scarborough
Oils on canvas
Signed, inscribed with titles to stretchers
39.5 x 24.5 cms, framed, (a pair) (2) £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 621
*AR PATRICK BOSWELL (20th/21st century) British
High Tide, Wells
Oil on board
Signed
59 x 39 cms, framed £ 200 - 300
Lot 622
*AR PATRICK BOSWELL (20th/21st century) British
Early Start, Burnham
Oil on board
Signed
75 x 29cms, framed £ 100 - 200
Lot 623
*AR PATRICK BOSWELL (20th/21st century) British
Low Tide, Brancaster Beach
Oil on board
Signed
100 x 28 cms, framed £ 200 - 300
Lot 624
FREDERICK J. GARNER (19th century) American
Horse and Cattle Drinking from a Stream
Oil on canvas
Signed
91 x 60 cms, framed £ 200 - 300
Lot 625
GEORGE VICAT COLE (1833-1893) British
River Landscape with Figures Before a Thatched Cottage
Oil on canvas
Signed and dated 1876
58 x 42.5 cms, framed £ 400 - 600
Lot 626
Attributed to JAN DIRKSZ BOTH (1618-1652) Dutch
Figures in a River Landscape
Oil on board
19 x 22.5 cms, framed £ 600 - 800
Lot 627
Attributed to THOMAS SMYTHE (1825-1906) British
Woman and Child Crossing a Bridge in a Rural Landscape
Oil on canvas
44 x 29 cms £ 200 - 300
Lot 628
*AR Attributed to LUCY KEMP WELCH (1869-1958) British
Crossing the Ford
Oil on canvas
Bears signature
61.5 x 48.5 cms, framed and glazed £ 700 - 1,000
Lot 629
THOMAS CRESWICK (1811-1869) British
The Old Pack Horse Bridge
Oil on panel
Signed with monogram
20.5 x 25.5 cms, framed £ 600 - 800
Lot 630
ENGLISH SCHOOL (18th/19th century)
Thatched Cottages in a Rural Village Landscape
Oil on canvas
24 x 16.5 cms, framed
Lot 631
FRED STUBBINGS (20th century) British
The Village Pond
Oil on board
Signed
39 x 29.5 cms, framed
Lot 632
PERCY WILLIAM GIBBS (flourished 1894-1937) British
Figure on a Country Path
Oil on artist's board
Signed
21.5 x 28 cms, framed £ 100 - 200
Lot 633
ENGLISH NAIVE SCHOOL (18th/19th century)
Figures Before a Castle in a Wooded Landscape
Oil on canvas
29.5 x 24.5 cms, framed £ 200 - 300
Lot 634
ENGLISH SCHOOL (19th century)
A Verdant Landscape
Oil on paper
27 x 37 cms, framed and glazed, (oval)
Lot 635
*AR WALTER JOHN BEAUVAIS (born 1942) British
In the Park; and The Garden Party
Oils on board
Signed
19 x 23.5 cms, framed, (a pair) (2) £ 200 - 300
Lot 636
GUY LIPSCOMBE (active 1908-1937) British
Cottage Garden
Oil on canvas
Signed
50.5 x 45 cms, framed £ 100 - 200
Lot 637
GERVAIS (20th century)
The Garden Swing
Oil on canvas
Signed
49 x 59.5 cms, framed £ 100 - 150
Lot 638
J. HAND (20th century) British
In the Time of Harvest
Oil on board
Signed
68 x 47 cms, framed £ 200 - 300
Lot 639
*AR J. ALFONSO TOFT (1866-1964) British
Romney Marshes
Oil on canvas
Signed, old exhibition label to verso and old label to stretcher inscribed Romney Marshes
framed £ 400 - 600
Lot 640
*AR GUY EADES (20th/21st century) British
Benbridge, Isle of Wight
Oil on canvas
Signed
109 x 59 cms £ 100 - 200
Lot 641
TOM FLANGAN (20th century) British
Connemera Landscape
Oil on board
Signed
79 x 49 cms, framed £ 200 - 300
Lot 642
WILLIAM MELLOR (1851-1931) British
Yorkshire Landscape with Figures
Oil on canvas
Signed
34 x 45 cms, framed £ 300 - 500
Lot 643
*AR REFNA (20th century) British
Blakeney
Oil on canvas
Signe and dated 90
27 x 37 cms, framed £ 100 - 150
Lot 644
KEN FARROW (20th century) British
Warren Hill, Newmarket
Oil on canvas
Signed
60 x 49.5 cms, framed £ 300 - 500
Lot 645
ENGLISH SCHOOL (19th century)
St. Michael's Mount
Oil on board
36 x 25 cms, framed £ 200 - 300
Lot 646
*AR GEORGES STEIN (1870-1955) French
Parisian Street Scene
Oil and pencil on board
Signed and inscribed Paris
34 x 26 cms, framed £ 200 - 300
Lot 647
CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (19th/20th century)
Dutch Street Scene with Figures
Oil on panel
20 x 25 cms, framed
Lot 648
CONSTANTIN BOON (19th century) Belgian
The Rat Catcher's Duty
Oil on canvas
Signed and dated 1857
50 x 41 cms, unframed £ 300 - 500
Lot 649
CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (18th/19th century)
Virgin Mary with the Baby Jesus and a Young John the Baptist in Attendance
Oil on copper
17.5 x 21.5 cms, framed and glazed £ 300 - 500
Lot 650
CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (18th/19th century)
Tavern Scenes
Oils on canvas
16.5 x 21.5 cms, framed, (a pair) (2) £ 400 - 600
Lot 651
ENGLISH SCHOOL (20th century)
The Card Players
Oil on canvas
67 x 52 cms, framed £ 200 - 300
Lot 652
ENGLISH SCHOOL (19th century)
The Tardy Arrival
Oil on board
52 x 35.5 cms, framed £ 200 - 300
Lot 653
ANTOINE EMILE PLASSAN (1817-1903) French
Mother and Child, seated by a table
Oil on panel
Signed
12 x 16.5 cms £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 654
CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (19th century)
The Mouse Hunt
Oil on canvas
38.5 x 25.5 cms, framed £ 400 - 600
Lot 655
Attributed to WILLIAM CRUIKSHANK (1848-1922) British
Still Life of Dead Game in a Larder
Oil on canvas
26.5 x 16 cms, framed and glazed £ 200 - 300
Lot 656
GEORGE W. STRUTT (19th/20th century) English
Melrose
Oil on canvas
29 x 21.5 cms, framed £ 200 - 300
Lot 657
*AR CECIL ROCHFORT D'OYLY JOHN (1906-1993) British
Environs Antibes
Oil on canvas
Signed
56 x 40 cms, framed £ 400 - 600
Lot 658
Manner of CECIL ROCHFORT D'OYLY JOHN (1906-1993) British
Sarnia, South West Italy
Oil on board
Signed
62 x 46 cms, framed £ 300 - 500
Lot 659
Follower of HERMAN VAN SWANEVELP (circa 1600- circa 1665) Dutch
Figures in an Italiante Landscape
Oil on board
39 x 31 cms, framed £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 660
*AR STANLEY J. ORCHART (1920-2005) British
Palace Entrances, Grand Canal, Venice 1979
Oil on board
Signed
29 x 23.5 cms, framed £ 200 - 300
Lot 661
*AR MIKHAIL PETROVIC KRAEV (20th/21st century) Russian
Venice Canal
Oil on board
Signed with initials
33 x 50 cms, framed £ 200 - 300
Lot 662
H.W. WRIGHT (20th century) British
Mediterranean Port
Oil on board
Signed
60 x 49 cms, framed £ 200 - 300
Lot 663
SPANISH SCHOOL (20th century)
Blanes Market
Oil on canvas
Signed Beolos
32 x 45 cms, framed
Lot 664
No lot.
Lot 665
CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (19th century)
Mountainous Lakeland with Boats, Figures and Cattle
Oil on canvas
61 x 49 cms, framed £ 300 - 500
Lot 666
ERNEST WALBOURN (1872-1927) British
Lake Scene
Oil on canvas
Signed
90 x 59 cms, framed and glazed £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 667
*AR TESSA NEWCOMB (born 1955) British
Blowy
Oil on canvas
Signed with initials and dated 94
75 x 75 cms, framed £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 668
JOHN STIRLING MOORE (19th/20th century) Australian
Near Crown Point, Central Australia, 900 miles North of Adelaide
Oil on canvas
Signed and dated 1104
59.5 x 29 cms, framed

Note: Sold with a typed letter inscribed "This painting of Crown Point was commissioned by Grand Father by Mr Stirling Moore to commemorate his part in organising the expedition to the interior the previous year. The venture was paid for by the South Australian Government and was led by Mr. Wells and Mr George, our good friend Herbert Basedow was their as a photographer. Herbert is now renowned for his photographs of the interior. Grandfather would like this painting to be given to Walter. Edith October 1931. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 669
ANGLO-CHINESE SCHOOL (19th century)
Chinese River Landscape with Figures
Oil on canvas
59 x 35.5 cms, framed £ 1,500 - 2,500
Lot 670
ENGLISH SCHOOL (20th century)
Life Study of a Young Woman
Oil on canvas laid down
34 x 64 cms, framed and glazed £ 300 - 500
Lot 671
No lot.
Lot 672
*AR GERALD FESTUS KELLY (1879-1972) British
The Artist's Wife
Oil on canvas
Old gallery label to verso for Western Gallery, Norfolk
100 x 59 cms, framed £ 1,500 - 2,500
Lot 673
(This lot has been withdrawn)
Lot 674
*AR RUTH HEPPEL (20th century) British
Portrait of Phyllis Langley-Taylor
Oil on canvas
Signed and dated 1960
64 x 80 cms, framed £ 200 - 300
Lot 675
ENGLISH SCHOOL (17th century)
Portrait of a Lady
Oil on canvas
61 x 74 cms, in ebonised fruiting husk carved frame £ 2,000 - 3,000
Lot 676
ENGLISH SCHOOL (18th century)
Portrait of Richard Edwards of Old Court, son of Thomas Edwards of Llan Elwy of St. Asaph
Oil on canvas
60 x 74 cms, framed £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 677
After GIOVANNI FRANCESCO BARBIERI, called IL GUERCINO (1591-1666) Italian
Siblilla Persica
Oil on canvas
49 x 63 cms, framed £ 300 - 500
Lot 678
Attributed to NATHANIEL HONE, The Elder (1718-1784) Irish
Portrait of Julia Metcalf, with her Pomeranian dog
Oil on canvas
42 x 52 cms, framed £ 3,000 - 5,000
Lot 679
E. GUNTHER (20th century)
Full Length Portrait of a Lady in Period Costume
Oil on canvas
Signed and dated 1910
156 x 220 cms, framed £ 3,000 - 5,000
Lot 680
LEON SPRINCK (19th/20th century) Russian
Portriat of a Lady, possibly Lady Dundas
Oil on canvas
Signed and dated 1904
61 x 71.5 cms, framed and glazed (oval) £ 300 - 500
Lot 681
ENGLISH SCHOOL (19th century)
Portrait of a Fashionable Lady
Oil on canvas
31.5 x 40.5 cms, (oval) £ 100 - 150
Lot 682
ENGLISH SCHOOL (19th century)
Portrait of a Lady, in a white bonnet
Oil on board
333 x 43 cms, framed £ 150 - 250
Lot 683
Attributed to GEORGE HENRY HARLOW (1787-1819) British
Portrait of Major William Shepherd Berry of St. Lawrences Nazing
Oil on canvas
62.5 x 74.5 cms, framed £ 3,000 - 5,000
Lot 684
Attributed to GEORGE HENRY HARLOW (1787-1819) British
Portrait of Edumnd Berry of St. Lawrences Nazing, 1797-1824
Oil on canvas
Inscribed to verso Ed Berry Esq, sailed as writer on the establishment of the Hourable East India Companys Service, October 23rd 1816, aged 19
62.5 x 75 cms, framed £ 3,000 - 5,000
Lot 685
ENGLISH SCHOOL (19th century)
Portrait of a Gentleman
Oil on canvas
50 x 60 cms, framed
Lot 686
ENGLISH SCHOOL (18th/19th century)
Portrait of Henry Middleton of Crowfield
Oil on canvas
62 x 77 cms

Provenance: Shrublands Hall. £ 400 - 600
Lot 687
WILLIAM BOARDMAN (19th century)
Portrait of John William Whittaker of Belmount Hall, Lancashire, born 1793, died 1854
Oil on canvas
52 x 75.5 cms, framed £ 200 - 300
Lot 688
ENGLISH SCHOOL (19th century)
Portrait of a Gentleman
Oil on board
24.5 x 29.5 cms, framed £ 100 - 200
Lot 689
No lot.
Lot 690
No lot.
Lot 691
No lot.
Lot 692
No lot.
Furniture and Furnishings
Lot 693
A Kashmar wool carpet
385 x 285 cms. £ 250 - 350
Lot 694
A Meshed wool carpet
290 x 204 cms. £ 250 - 350
Lot 695
A Kirman wool carpet
305 x 214 cms. £ 250 - 350
Lot 696
A Caucasian wool rug
The central wine red field enclosing a pole medallion within geometric motifs, stepped spandrels and stylised herati guard stripes and border. 248 x160 cms. £ 100 - 200
Lot 697
A Caucasian wool rug
The central wine red field enclosing a pole medallion within architectural motifs, stepped spandrels and stylised herati guard stripes and border. 243 x 169 cms. £ 100 - 200
Lot 698
A Caucasian wool runner
The tan field enclosing cruciform guls within latch hook guard stripes and rosette border secured with kilim skirts. 365 x 78 cms. £ 100 - 200
Lot 699
A Caucasian wool runner
The central field with geometric bands within a cruciform border secured with kilim skirts. 282 x 72 cms. £ 100 - 200
Lot 700
A Caucasian wool and silk rug
The rust field enclosing various cruciforms and guls within stylised herati guard stripes and border secured with kilim skirts. 201 x 153 cms. £ 200 - 300
Lot 701
A Caucasian silk and wool kilim rug
The ivory field enclosing three gul medallions interspersed with various stylised animals within a medallion border. 193 x 119 cms. £ 300 - 500
Lot 702
A wool kilim runner
The wine red field with geometric bands. 320 x 96 cms. £ 200 - 300
Lot 703
No lot.
Lot 704
No lot.
Lot 705
A 19th century gilt decorated pier glass and shelves
The arched top above triple plate mirror interspersed with acanthus headed columns above three marble topped mirror backed shelves united with reeded columns. 108 cms wide. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 706
A 19th century Dutch marquetry inlaid mahogany framed mirror
The arched top inlaid with a flowering urn above further floral inlay. 64 cms wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 707
A 19th century painted leather four panel folding screen
Painted in the Chinese manner with figures, birds and scrolling floral garlands. 199 cms high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 708
A George III mahogany bow front chest of drawers
The line inlaid frieze above a brushing slide and three graduated drawers with brass ring handles, standing on bracket feet. 83 cms wide. £ 500 - 800
Lot 709
An 18th century style mahogany armchair (for re-upholstery)
With outswept mahogany arms and carved cabriole legs. 67 cms wide. £ 100 - 150
Lot 710
A Victorian marquetry inlaid walnut tripod table
The circular top inlaid with a central floral roundel and a band of floral garlands, standing on a carved column with inlaid outswept legs. 71 cms diameter. £ 400 - 600
Lot 711
A 19th century Continental marquetry inlaid rosewood centre table
The brass framed inlaid serpentine top above a single freize drawer, supported on brass mounted slender serpentine legs with sabot feet. 100 cms wide. £ 400 - 600
Lot 712
A 19th century Continental marquetry inlaid bonheur du jour
The gilt metal mounted top tier inlaid with musical trophies above a mirrored back over two drawers and marquetry inlaid panel above a frieze drawer with fitted writing surface, supported on gilt metal mounted serpentine legs with sabot feet. 72 cms wide. £ 1,500 - 2,500
Lot 713
A 19th century mahogany revolving piano stool
The revolving brass studded leather top supported on four ring turned outswept legs united with a stretcher, the underside stamped TR possibly for Thomas Rimmer of Liverpool. £ 150 - 250
Lot 714
A George III mahogany Pembroke table
The twin flap oval top above a single frieze drawer and opposing dummy drawer with brass ring handles, supported on square section tapering legs with brass caps and castors. 116 cms wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 715
A Victorian satinwood rising top Davenport
The rising top section with three quarter brass gallery above fitted slide out writing section over carved spandrels and an arrangement of four drawers and opposing dummy drawers, standing on turned feet. 58 cms wide. £ 1,500 - 2,500
Lot 716
A 19th century Black Forest carved hall stand
The mirrored top section issuing branches above a stag on a rocky outcrop, with a branch forming a hoop for sticks/umbrellas. 228 cms high. £ 3,000 - 5,000
Lot 717
A rococo style carved serving table
The rectangular top above scrolling garlands centred with a shell above cabriole legs headed with masks, standing on hairy paw feet. 150 cms wide. £ 500 - 800
Lot 718
A 19th century brass bound teak military campaign chest
The two piece chest with an arrangement of two short and three long drawers with recessed brass handles. 100 cms wide. £ 400 - 600
Lot 719
A 17th/18th century carved oak court cupboard
The top section with carved frieze above central carved panel flanked by two carved doors, supported on carved turned columns above two further carved doors enclosing a shelf. 171 cms wide. £ 600 - 800
Lot 720
A 17th century and later carved oak plank coffer
The hinged rectangular lid with applied moulding above a front panel carved with two figures in archways flanking initials CR 1679, with iron lock plate and hasp, the sides both with carved panels. 84 cms wide. £ 150 - 250
Lot 721
An 18th century oak dresser
The moulded rectangular top above a planked back and two shelves centred with a geometrically moulded cupboard door, supported on turned columns above two geometrically moulded drawers and two geometrically moulded cupboard doors enclosing a shaped shelf, standing on bun feet. 122 cms wide. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 722
A 19th century oak trestle table
The cleated three plank top above trestle support united with a stretcher (incorporating some earlier elements). 152 cms long. £ 300 - 500
Lot 723
A 17th/18th century oak bench
The rounded rectangular top above a line carved frieze, standing on barrel turned legs united with stretchers. 167 cms wide. £ 400 - 600
Lot 724
A 17th/18th century oak bible box
The hinged rectangular lid above a scroll carved front panel with incised lock plate and hasp. 65 cms wide. £ 150 - 250
Lot 725
An unusual small 19th century oak trunk
The rectangular lift off lid revealing four separate locking mechanisms, a candle tray and a locking drawer, with four original keys. 59 cms wide. £ 100 - 150
Lot 726
A 17th/18th century oak joint stool
The moulded rectangular top above a plain frieze, standing on barrel turned legs with block feet united with stretchers. 47 cms wide. £ 400 - 600
Lot 727
A 17th/18th century oak joint stool
The moulded rectangular top above a frieze with carved initials RB, standing on barrel turned legs with block feet united with stretchers. 44 cms wide. £ 400 - 600
Lot 728
A 17th century oak court cupboard
The scroll carved top rail supported on turned uprights above two carved cupboard doors over two drawers and two further cupboard doors. 167 cms wide. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 729
A 19th century oak drum table
The revolving leather inset top above an arrangement of frieze drawers and dummy drawers, standing on a turned column with outswept legs and brass caps and castors. 95 cms diameter. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 730
A late 18th/early 19th century French oak coffer
The plank top above panelled front, standing on end stile feet. 105 cms wide. £ 250 - 350
Lot 731
A late 18th/early 19th century oak Wainscott type chair
The carved panel back issuing open arms, supported on turned columns above a moulded panel seat, standing on turned legs united with stretchers. 59 cms wide. £ 300 - 500
Lot 732
A Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson oak coffee table
The adzed rounded rectangular top above a plain frieze, supported on octagonal legs with block feet united with stretchers with carved mouse signature. 83 cms wide. £ 300 - 500
Lot 733
A Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson oak coffee table
The adzed square top supported on a curved central pedestal base with carved mouse signature. 60 cms wide. £ 300 - 500
Lot 734
An 18th century and later oak dresser
The top section with moulded cornice above an arrangement of shelves and two cupboard doors, the base with an arrangement of five panelled drawers and two panelled cupboard doors. 175 cms wide. £ 600 - 800
Lot 735
An early 19th century carved oak pew
The end finials carved with poppies and oak leaves, one end with further floral carving. 220 cms wide. £ 400 - 600
Lot 736
A 19th century polished steel bound oak silver trunk
The hinged lid enclosing fitted compartments and a label for Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Limited, the sides with carrying handles, the front with brass inscription plaque To Captain H A Holditch, 5th Gurka Rifles, No.1. 75 cms wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 737
A 19th century polished steel bound oak silver chest
The sides with carrying handles, the front with vacant brass plaque. 68 cms wide. £ 100 - 150
Lot 738
No lot.
Lot 739
No lot.
Lot 740
No lot.
Lot 741
A 17th century Italian carved walnut cassone
The hinged rectangular top above the carved front panel with central panel carved with oak leaves, acorns flanking a crest and a carved border over a carved frieze, the ends with iron carrying handles, standing on lions paw feet. 171 cms wide. £ 1,500 - 2,500
Lot 742
A 19th century marquetry inlaid mahogany card table
The profusely inlaid shaped hinged top enclosing playing surface with corner recesses, above a single drawer and serpentine frieze, standing on shell carved cabriole legs with ball and claw feet. 73 cms wide. £ 2,000 - 3,000
Lot 743
A Victorian marquetry inlaid burr walnut loo table
The serpentine shaped hinged top with florally inlaid central cartouche and bordered with panels of floral inlays centred with birds, standing on a carved turned column with outswept legs. 104 cms wide. £ 2,000 - 3,000
Lot 744
A Victorian marquetry inlaid walnut loo table
The serpentine shaped hinged top profusely inlaid with musical trophies interspersed with C-scrolls and floral garlands, standing on a carved turned column with four acanthus carved outswept legs and castors. 113 cms wide. £ 4,000 - 6,000
Lot 745
A Regency mahogany side cabinet
The grey marble top above two glazed doors flanked with acanthus headed scrolling uprights, on a plinth base. 116 cms wide. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 746
A 19th century mahogany serving table
The single plank top with acanthus carved galleried back above a plain frieze, standing on acanthus and scroll carved cabriole legs with paw feet. 122 cms wide. £ 1,200 - 1,800
Lot 747
A pair of half tester beds
The moulded satinwood top rail above blue and white fabric linings and satinwood footboards, supported on turned uprights and castors. 90 cms wide. (2) £ 400 - 600
Lot 748
A Victorian rosewood whatnot
The three serpentine shaped tiers united with barley twist uprights, the central tier with frieze drawer, standing on brass caps and castors. 60 cms wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 749
An 18th century style mahogany twin pillar dining table
The rounded rectangular top incorporating one additional leaf, standing on turned supports and outswept legs with brass paw feet and castors. 186 cms long. £ 400 - 600
Lot 750
A set of six mahogany dining chairs, including two with arms
The crossbaned top rail above X-shaped back stretchers, standing on tapering square section legs with drop in seats. (6) £ 100 - 150
Lot 751
A George III mahogany demi-lune card table
The crossbanded fold over top enclosing baize lined playing surface above a line inlaid frieze, standing on inlaid tapering square section legs. 94 cms wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 752
A George III mahogany secretaire bookcase
The top section with broken swan neck pediment centred with a vase above an ormolu mount, over two astragal glazed doors, the base with top secretaire drawer above three further drawers, standing on outswept feet. 92 cms wide. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 753
A George III mahogany bow front sideboard
The shaped top above an arrangement of three crossbanded drawers and central thistle leaf inlaid recess, standing on line inlaid tapering square section legs with spade feet. 122 cms wide. £ 600 - 800
Lot 754
An early 19th century rosewood library table
The rounded rectangular top above two bead moulded frieze drawers, standing on turned acanthus carved legs with paw feet and brass castors. 137 cms wide. £ 500 - 800
Lot 755
A 19th century walnut teapoy
The hinged sarcophagus shaped lid enclosing converted sewing compartments above a spreading octagonal column, standing on a plinth base with brass feet. 39 cms wide. £ 300 - 500
Lot 756
A Regency mahogany work table
The rounded rectangular top above a single frieze drawer with brass handles and a sliding sewing bag, on a crescent support over a turned column above a plinth base and outswept legs with brass paw feet and castors. 51 cms wide. £ 300 - 500
Lot 757
A Boulle style table
The ornate serpentine shaped top supported on brass mounted serpentine legs. 150 cms wide. £ 400 - 600
Lot 758
A 19th century Scottish mahogany sideboard
The inverted breakfront top above two central drawers flanked by two cupboard doors with pressed brass and loop handles, supported on carved outswept legs with bun feet. 160 cms wide. £ 500 - 800
Lot 759
An 18th century style carved mahogany silver table
The dished rounded rectangular top above a shell and scroll carved frieze, supported on acanthus headed cabriole legs. 81 cms wide. £ 600 - 800
Lot 760
A 19th century style circular pedestal dining table
The crossbanded top above a plain frieze, supported on a turned column with outswept legs and brass caps and castors. 165 cms diameter. £ 300 - 500
Lot 761
A matched set of eight 19th century ladder back chairs, including two with arms
Of typical form. (8) £ 400 - 600
Lot 762
A 19th century mahogany bird cage tripod supper table
The shaped top with centrally carved panel flanked by dished recesses interspersed with shell carvings above a bird cage movement, supported on carved and turned column with carved outswept legs with shell carved pad feet. 74 cms diameter. £ 700 - 1,000
Lot 763
A Victorian burr walnut loo table
The hinged serpentine shaped top above a turned and carved base with carved outswept legs. 150 cms high. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 764
A Victorian rosewood loo table
The oval hinged top above a carved column with carved outswept legs. 150 cms high. £ 500 - 800
Lot 765
A 19th century rosewood library table
The leather inset moulded rectangular top above two frieze drawers, standing on acanthus and scroll carved supports and paw feet, united with a carved stretcher. 128 cms wide. £ 1,500 - 2,500
Lot 766
A Victorian marquetry inlaid walnut loo table
The oval top with floral inlay and carved edge above a carved column with carved spreading legs. 150 cms wide. £ 1,500 - 2,500
Lot 767
A marquetry inlaid marble topped serpentine commode
The shaped marble top above an arrangement of three gilt metal mounted drawers, standing on splayed feet. 96 cms wide. £ 500 - 800
Lot 768
A 19th century Dutch marquetry inlaid cabinet top
The domed top above two glazed doors surrounded with floral marquetry inlay. 103 cms wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 769
A 19th century gilt metal mounted marquetry inlaid satinwood side cabinet
The brass galleried top above two glazed doors flanked by shelves, above a central cupboard door inlaid with musical trophies, flanked by further shelves, standing on tapering square section legs. 90 cms wide. £ 1,500 - 2,000
Lot 770
A 19th century mahogany Carlton House type desk
The curved top section with a bank of nine small drawers flanked by cupboard doors and two further drawers above a writing surface and three further three frieze drawers, standing on square section tapering legs with brass caps and castors. 138 cms wide. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 771
A Victorian ormolu mounted centre table
The moulded rectangular top above a carved frieze centred with gilt metal applique, standing on gilt metal mounted serpentine legs, the underside inscribed C. Lazarus & Co. LD, Calcutta. 97 cms wide. £ 300 - 500
Lot 772
A 19th century Dutch marquetry inlaid cylinder bureau
The cylinder front enclosing fitted interior with an arrangement of drawers and a cupboard above a pull-out writing surface, the front inlaid with flowering urn and scrolling foliage above a drawer and serpentine frieze, standing on scrolling serpentine legs. 91 cms wide. £ 2,000 - 3,000
Lot 773
A 19th century Continental marquetry inlaid and gilt metal mounted work table
The gilt metal mounted shaped inlaid hinged top enclosing a recess and a mirror, above an inlaid frieze drawer and a sliding sewing box, standing on gilt metal mounted serpentine legs with sabot feet. 60 cms wide. £ 1,200 - 1,800
Lot 774
A 19th century mahogany dwarf chest on chest
The shaped moulded top above four drawers with brass handles above a further section of four drawers with brass handles, standing on bracket feet, the top section with brass carrying handles to the side. 97 cms high. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 775
A Regency gilt mounted rosewood library table
The rounded rectangular top above two frieze drawers with pressed brass handles flanked by acanthus carved rosettes, standing on tapering octagonal columns on gilt mounted plinth bases with spreading feet and brass castors. 153 cms wide. £ 2,000 - 3,000
Lot 776
A 19th century mahogany coaching table
The folding rectangular top supported on serpentine legs united with turned stretchers. 89 cms wide. £ 150 - 250
Lot 777
A Victorian ebonised Davenport
The hinged sloping leather inset top enclosing a recess and drawers above fret carved doors to either side enclosing drawers, the front with C-scroll uprights, standing on ball feet with castors. 73 cms wide. £ 400 - 600
Lot 778
A William IV mahogany framed library armchair
The acanthus carved top rail above sweeping uprights centred with padded back with padded open arms and carved uprights above the upholstered seat, standing on tapering turned carved legs with brass caps and castors. 72 cms wide. £ 400 - 600
Lot 779
A 19th century mahogany gout stool
The upholstered top with turned tapering legs. 50 cms wide. £ 100 - 150
Lot 780
A 19th century Colonial chest on stand
The hinged rectangular top with ebony border above plain sides with ebony corners above a stepped plinth and two line inlaid drawers with brass handles, standing on turned legs. 108 cms wide. £ 400 - 600
Lot 781
A 19th century mahogany tilt-top breakfast table
The crossbanded oval top bordered with chevron banding, standing on a turned column with four reeded outswept legs with brass caps and castors. 167 cms wide. £ 1,200 - 1,800
Lot 782
A 19th century brass inlaid and lacquered decorated ebonised work table
The hinged rectangular top inset with brass banding and centred with a lacquered panel enclosing a work box, the front with dummy drawer and lappet cast brass banding, standing on a turned column with a plinth base and spreading feet. 55 cms wide. £ 300 - 500
Lot 783
A 19th century marble topped mahogany side cabinet
The rectangular variegated marble top above a plain frieze drawer and two glazed doors, standing on plinth base. 78 cms wide. £ 600 - 800
Lot 784
A Victorian mahogany pedestal sideboard, in the manner of Gillows
The shell and fruiting vine carved back above three frieze drawers, standing on acanthus and scroll carved twin pedestal bases with cupboards. 193 cms wide. £ 2,000 - 3,000
Lot 785
A George III mahogany open armchair
The shell carved curved top rail above an open splat back issuing arms, supported on curved uprights above a tapestry covered seat, standing on square section legs united with stretchers. 75 cms wide. £ 150 - 250
Lot 786
A 19th century mahogany bureau bookcase
The dentil moulded cornice above two geometrically glazed doors enclosing shelves and two drawers above a patera inlaid fall front enclosed a fitted interior above four drawers with brass handles, standing on bracket feet. 102 cms wide. £ 500 - 800
Lot 787
A 19th century mahogany secretaire bookcase
The brass inset cornice above two glazed doors enclosing shelves above a fitted secretaire drawer and three further drawers, standing on plinth base. 116 cms wide. £ 500 - 800
Lot 788
An early 19th century mahogany breakfront bookcase
The moulded cornice above glazed doors enclosing shelves, the base with a single central fitted secretaire drawer above bead moulded cupboard doors flanked by two further cupboard doors, standing on a plinth base. 258 cms wide. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 789
A pair of 19th century mahogany side tables
The canted rectangular tops with herringbone stringing above a panelled frieze with a central drawer, standing on turned tapering legs. Each 94 cms wide. (2) £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 790
A 19th century mahogany secretaire chest on chest
The moulded cornice above three graduated drawers and a fitted fall front secretaire, flanked by reeded columns above an arrangement of two over three drawers, standing on bracket feet. 99 cms wide; 162 cms high. £ 2,000 - 3,000
Lot 791
A Georgian walnut side table
The shaped top above a single frieze drawer with brass escutcheon and handles, standing on carved shell headed cabriole legs with ball and claw feet. 78 cms wide. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 792
A Victorian marble topped cast iron side table
The pierced scrolling back above a rectangular marble top above a frieze drawer, standing on pierced scrolling uprights standing on a stepped plinth base. 90 cms wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 793
A 19th century French cherrywood drawer leaf farmhouse table
The cleated plank top above two drawer leaves above a plain trestle, standing on turned legs united with stretchers. 227 cms long when extended. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 794
A 19th century Chinese ivory inlaid side table
The profusely inlaid top above a carved frieze and a secondary tier, supported on inlaid square section legs united with pierced stretchers. 65 cms wide. £ 250 - 350
Lot 795
An 18th/19th century Chinese elm altar table
The cleated rectangular top above a pierced frieze, standing on square section legs. 122 cms wide. £ 600 - 800
Lot 796
A Chinese lacquered two fold screen
The silk work panels depicting cranes, the reverse with painted trees. 130 cms wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 797
A 19th century rosewood library table
The rectangular top supported on two bulbous octagonal uprights with plinth bases. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 798
A late Victorian inlaid mahogany games table
The rectangular chessboard inlaid top above a line inlaid frieze with single frieze drawer, standing on tapering legs with spade feet united with stretchers. 66 cms wide. £ 400 - 600
Lot 799
A Victorian mahogany card/writing table
The hinged rectangular top enclosing baize lined playing surface above a frieze drawer with baize line writing surface enclosing a sectioned interior and a mirror, standing on turned and gadrooned tapering legs with spade feet, the lock plate stamped Warrings, London. 70 cms wide. £ 250 - 350
Lot 800
A late George III mahogany corner cupboard
The broken swan neck pediment above plain frieze above a painted shaped shelved interior enclosed by two panelled doors with carved beadwork decoration, the base with two similar panelled doors, standing on bracket feet. 229 cms high. £ 400 - 600
Lot 801
A 19th century mahogany tilt top breakfast table
The rounded rectangular top supported on turned column with outswept legs with brass caps and castors. 170 cms wide. £ 300 - 500
Lot 802
A 19th century style mahogany twin pedestal dining table
The rounded rectangular top incorporating one extra leaf, standing on twin pedestals with reeded outswept legs with brass caps and castors. 234 cms long. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 803
An early Victorian button back open armchair
With padded carved arms, standing on gadrooned legs. 71 cms wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 804
A William IV mahogany framed open armchair
The carved top rail above acanthus carved padded open arms, standing on carved legs with brass caps and castors. 67 cms wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 805
An 18th century and later walnut and mahogany chest of drawers
The moulded rectangular top above two short and three long crossbanded drawers, standing on bracket feet. 95 cms wide. £ 400 - 600
Lot 806
A 19th century mahogany pedestal Pembroke table
The twin flap top above a frieze drawer and opposing dummy drawer, standing on a turned pedestal with outswept legs and brass paw feet and castors. £ 200 - 300
Lot 807
A 19th century mother-of-pearl, bone and white metal inlaid Koran stand
Of typical construction. 79.5 cms high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 808
A 19th century mother-of-pearl, bone and white metal inlaid Koran stand
Of typical construction. 90.5 cms high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 809
Four Chinese carved marble dogs-of-fo
Typically modelled. 50 cms high. (4) £ 400 - 600
Lot 810
A George III mahogany framed wing armchair
112 cms high. £ 400 - 600
Lot 811
A late 19th century Chinese lacquered urn stand £ 150 - 250