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Day One: Collectors' Items, Works of Art, Oriental Items, Wines & Spirits, Clocks, Barometer, Silver & Silver Plate, Jewellery, (continued)

Lot Description Illustration
440
A Chinese Canton carved ivory cribbage board Profusely worked with figural vignettes amongst foliate scrolls. 25 cm long.
Unsold
441
A large Chinese ivory mounted bamboo pipe with Yinxing pottery bowl The shaft carved with a toad, the bowl with various impressed marks. 60 cm long.
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442
A Chinese carved ivory figure Modelled as a girl in flowing robes and ornate headdress holding a jue on a tray. 19 cm high.
Sold for £550
443
A Chinese ivory archers ring The plain band of typical form. 2.75 cm high.
Unsold
444
A 19th century Chinese carved ivory group Worked as two scholars holding flowers, incised signature to base. 25.5 cm high.
Sold for £240
445
A 19th century Canton carved ivory and silk work fan The silk panel embroidered with birds and insects amongst foliage, the ivory guards typically carved with figures and foliage amongst pagodas. 33 cm high.
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446
A 19th century Japanese carved ivory okimono Worked as a figure with child at his feet, monkeys and an eagle above him. 25 cm high.
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447
A large Japanese carved ivory okimono Formed as a cormorant fisherman, modelled standing with two birds on a naturalistic rocky base, the underside with carved seal mark. 39 cm high.
Sold for £850
448
A late 19th century Japanese carved ivory tusk section box and cover Profusely carved with eagles amongst foliage and with carved four character seal mark. 13.5 cm high.
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449
A 19th century Japanese carved ivory animalier group Formed as cockerel and a bird of prey with another small bird amongst branches, the underside with inset red seal mark, standing on a hardwood base. 17.5 cm long.
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450
A late 19th century Japanese shibayama inlaid ivory strutt mirror The frame typically inset with various insects. 17.5 cm high.
Sold for £180
451
A late 19th century Japanese carved ivory box and cover Formed as mice in a loosely tied sack, one side with carved seal mark, standing on a wooden spreading plinth base. The sack 7.75 cm wide.
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452
Four late 19th century Japanese ivory okimono Each formed as a geisha, two holding fans, one playing a musical instrument, the largest with a teapot, each signed to the underside. The latter 13 cm high. (4)
Sold for £180
453
A late 19th century Japanese ivory okimono Formed as a man resting a snake, mounted on a pierced hardwood stand; together with another late 19th century ivory okimono of a boy and his father cricket hunting. The former 17.5 cm high. (2)
Sold for £220
454
A George III mahogany ship's barometer The hinged cover enclosing a silvered barometer dial and similar thermometer, the slender case with hinged wall mount and suspension loop. 100 cm high overall.
Unsold
455
A 19th century gilt metal mantel clock Surmounted with the Virgin and Child and a Baptist child, the white enamel dial inscribed Armand Gallet A Mortagne . 46 cm wide.
Sold for £240
456
An early 20th century bronze framed bracket clock The ivory dial painted with a landscape scene, the surround with Arabic numerals inscribed J.W. Benson, London. 18 cm wide.
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457
A 19th century ormolu clock The case surmounted with classical figures and mythical beasts, the dial inscribed Ollivant & Botsford, Paris & Manchester. 39 cm high.
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458
A 19th century gilt metal and Sevres type panel inset mantel clock The blue enamelled dial with Roman numerals and bell striking barrel movement, the case surmounted with an urn and flanked with lion mask ring handles, standing on a plinth base. 40 cm high overall.
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459
A 19th century Vienna porcelain mounted mantle clock Decorated with various figures and cherubs. 46 cm high.
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460
A 19th century French ormolu mounted marble clock garniture The white marble clock surmounted with ormolu doves, the white enamelled dial with Arabic numerals, together with a pair of ormolu mounted white marble cassolets. The clock 37 cm high. (3)
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461
A 19th century French champleve enamel decorated clock garniture The clock with urn form finial above the florally decorated enamel dial with Roman numerals above a panel of floral enamel decoration, together with a pair of enamel decorated cassolets. The clock 33 cm high. (3)
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462
A small 19th century gilt bronze mantel clock The finial mounted stepped top above a silvered dial with Arabic numerals. 18 cm high.
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463
A bronze Cartel clock Of typical form with floral scrolling decoration surmounted with an urn finial. 65 cm high.
Sold for £420
464
A Hamilton Weathercaster brass cased desk clock Of rotating square form incorporating timepiece, thermometer, barometer and hygrometer, numbered 662619. 12.5 cm high.
Sold for £100
465
An Art Deco gilt metal cased desk clock and barometer The square dials intersected with an inset painted Japanese panel, the chased rectangular case standing on simulated jade set pierced uprights. 33 cm wide.
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466
A chinoiserie decorated mantel clock, retailed by Mappin & Webb, London The circular dial with Roman numerals and French barrel movement, the case decorated on a green ground. 25 cm high overall.
Sold for £100
467
A 19th century figural bronze and gilt metal mounted white marble mantel clock The white enamelled dial signed Raingo Freres a Paris and with bell striking barrel movement. 37 cm high.
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468
A 19th century Dutch burr walnut cased longcase clock The domed fret carved top above the silvered dial with moonphase movement and subsidiary day, month and date apertures, the line inlaid trunk with a gilt metal figural lentice above the base, standing on hairy paw feet. Approximately 270 cm high.
Unsold
469
A French champleve and gilt metal triple clock garniture The timepiece with floral painted dial with retailers mark for Henri Riondet and barrel movement, the garnitures three branch candelabra similarly decorated. The clock 24 cm high. (3)
Sold for £480
470
A 19th century gilt metal and Sevres type porcelain inset mantel clock The repousse dial headed with musical trophies and flanked by bacchic putti and a goat, with bell striking barrel movement, standing on a wooden plinth base. 32 cm high.
Sold for £650
471
A bronze and ormolu mounted white marble triple clock garniture The white painted dial signed Viteau a Paris and with Roman numerals and bell striking barrel movement, flanked with a reclining classical maiden reading, the garnitures multi-branched candelabra supported by bronze putti, all on a gilt metal mounted white marble plinth bases. The clock 35.5 cm high. (3)
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472
An ormolu mounted gilt brass cased four glass regulator mantel clock The white painted dial signed J. Berthaud, Paris and with bell striking barrel movement, the case surmounted by a putto playing the cello. 55 cm high.
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473
A 19th century oak cased architectural bracket clock The silvered arched dial with Roman numerals and signed Last, Yarmouth, the four pillar movement striking on a gong, the case modelled as a church porch; together with bracket. 58 cm high.
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474
A red marble triple clock garniture The clock with white painted dial and bell striking barrel movement, the garnitures formed as tazza. The clock 31 cm high.
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475
A bronzed mystery clock The timepiece and pendulum held aloft by the figure of a pilot holding a propeller, standing on a plinth base. 38.5 cm high.
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476
A silver mounted tortoiseshell carriage alarm clock, hallmarked London 1892, maker's mark of William Thomas Wright & Frederick Davies The white dial with Roman numerals and gong striking movement, a subsidiary alarm dial below, the rectangular case with corner mounts, swing handle and flattened bun feet. 15.5 cm high.
Sold for £950
477
A champleve enamel cased carriage clock The white dial with Arabic numerals and four pillar movement, the case decorated with floral C-scrolls, together with leather travelling case stamped RA. 15 cm high.
Unsold
478
A Continental triple calendar alarm carriage clock The white enamel dial with Roman numerals with bell striking four pillar movement, subsidiary alarm dial with further subsidiary dials for day, date and month below, all within an engraved dial plate, the case with floral swag cast corners and mask headed swing handle. 15 cm high.
Sold for £550
479
A gilt brass cased mantel clock The white dial with Roman numerals, a glazed aperture above showing the escapement, the case formed as a porch. 15 cm high.
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480
An Edwardian mahogany longcase clock, the case in the Chippendale style, the engraved brass dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, the fusee movement chiming the quarters on four and eight bells; together with a typed letter of provenance inscribed Made especially for the Late Sir Claude Graham-White for his yacht Alacrity. Sir Claude Graham-White born 1879 was one of the greatest pioneers of aircraft, winning premier prizes all over the world for his feats of daring. In 1910 he received £4,000 for a 15 minute flight over Boston, Mass. and in September 1911 the Graham-White Company undertook the first letters by airmail. 212 cm high.
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481
A 19th century French gilt bronze clock garniture The scroll cast clock surmounted with a putto, the florally decorated enamel dial with Roman and Arabic numerals inscribed L Raguet, Paris. The clock 32 cm high.
Sold for £340
482
A 19th century cloisonne decorated ormolu columnar desk timepiece The rotating top section surmounted with a lidded urn encompassing a clock, thermometer, barometer and calendar, above the cloisonne decorated column, standing on an onyx plinth base with ormolu feet. 58 cm high.
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483
A 19th century cloisonne decorated ormolu ball clock Formed as a lidded urn with florally cast handles above the central banded clock dial, supported by a cherub and a putto, standing on a spreading plinth base. 32 cm high.
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484
An early 20th century gilt brass four glass battery electric mantel timepiece by Eureka Clock Co Ltd, London The signed enamelled dial with Arabic numerals, the movement numbered 9306, patent number 14614, possible date of 1906 and Made in England, in Madelaine Model Architectural case. 38 cm high. Note: In a contemporary Asprey sales catalogue, the Madelaine case is the second most expensive Eureka at £8.18.6, twice as expensive as the cheapest model. It is consequently rarer than other Eureka models and this example has the added attraction of retaining its original gilding. See Dr. F.G. Allen Shenton, the Eureka Clock Horological Books 1999, page 95 and Crumb & Keller ed. 150 Years of Electric Horology NAWCC, Chapter 125, 1992, p.27.
Sold for £3,000
485
A late 19th century onyx portico mystery clock Of columnar form with a central falling timepiece. 37.5 cm high.
Unsold
486
An enamel decorated ormolu desk timepiece Formed as a cherub, holding an inlaid panel with inset clock face. 18.5 cm high.
Unsold
487
A Victorian mahogany cased drop dial wall clock The twelve inch white painted dial with Roman numerals and fusee movement. 53 cm high.
Sold for £280
487a
An enamel decorated desk clock Formed as a rococo style vitrine fronted with an enamel panel decorated with cherubs amongst a landscape. 15 cm high.
Unsold
487b
An unmarked silver filigree novelty desk timepiece Formed as birds in a cage, on an ebonised domed base. 14.5 cm high.
Unsold

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