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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
Eleven 19th/20th century Chinese silver figures Representing various trades in various poses, stamped Sterling Hong Kong. The tallest 5.5 cm high.
A Chinese white metal pierced bowl Decorated with scrollwork vignettes, standing on a tapering foot, the rim detachable. 22.5 cm diameter.
A Russian silver gilt and champleve enamel tea set, with 916 Zolotnik Post 1958 Kokoshnik mark and maker's mark of DY in cyrillic Comprising: sugar bowl, tea strainer, a pair of cups, saucers and teaspoons and a pair of side dishes, in fitted case.
Sold for £900
A Russian silver and champleve enamel casket with 84 Zolotnik mark, 1892 assayers mark for Apollonovich Artsibashev, Moscow town mark, and maker's mark of Khlebnikov The hinged cover flanked with twin cockerel handles, standing on claw and ball feet. 15 cm wide.
Sold for £1,600
A Russian silver and champleve enamelled kovsh with 84 Zolotnik Kokoshnik mark with assayers initials for Yakor Lyapunov, St. Petersburg and maker's mark NL in cyrillic Of typical form. 13 cm long.
A Russian silver and champleve enamel kovsh, marks indistinct Of typical form. 8.5 cm long.
A 19th century silver plated samovar Of barrel form, with twin ring handles, standing on a plinth base with four flattened bun feet. 37 cm high.
Sold for £100
A 19th century Old Sheffield plated tray The rim and twin handles floral cast, the tray finely engraved with parrots amongst floral sprays. 78.5 cm wide.
Sold for £90
Three 19th century Old Sheffield plated entree dishes and covers, one marked for Henry Wilkinson & Co. All with acanthus scroll cast rim and handles. All approximately 34.5 cm wide. (3)
Sold for £50
A pair of white metal mounted blue glass decanters The mounts vine cast, both in white metal stands en suite. 36 cm high. (2)
A white metal framed three fold table screen, indistinct hallmarks and stamped Germany Each glass panel floral etched. 39 cm wide.
A white metal mounted green glass jug Formed as a parakeet. 16 cm high.
Sold for £130
A white metal box and cover, maker's mark of Roger Squires Of slender form the cover domed. 10.5 cm high.
An Art Nouveau WMF style wine bottle valet Of typical form with pierced organic decoration. 38 cm wide.
A pair of Elkington & Co. silver plated magnum bottle coasters Each of typical circular form with engraved decoration and an engraved cartouche. Each 16 .25 cm diameter. (2)
Sold for £110
A 19th century amboyna tray With kingwood crossbanding, central satinwood fan inlay and silver plated gallery. 74.5 cm wide.
Sold for £150
A pair of silver plated salts Each modelled as a dog sat expectantly beside a gilded bowl. 5 cm high. (2)
Sold for £300
Nine various yellow metal and hardstone seals The matrices variously carved with crests, initials, etc., three with suspension loops, one with attached watch key. The largest 3.5 cm high. (9)
Sold for £750
A 19th century Continental tortoiseshell box Of oval form, the hinged cover inset with a porcelain plaque painted with Fragonardesque scene. 10.5 cm wide.
Sold for £370
A George V 9 ct gold cigarette case, hallmarked Birmingham 1924, maker's mark of S. Blanckensee & Son Ltd The hinged cover with crest, possibly for Queens College University of Belfast and dated 1921-5, the interior bearing various signatures, in original leather pouch; together with a George V 9 ct gold cigarette case, hallmarked Chester 1927, maker's mark of Jay, Richard Attenborough Co. Ltd, retailed by Jays, 142 & 144 Oxford St. W, with all over engine turned decoration, the interior crested and inscribed RHB from LGR, 8th Dec. 1928. 7.5 cm and 9.5 cm wide respectively. (2)
Sold for £1,350
A Continental Sterling silver and blue guilloche enamelled cigarette case The interior gilded. 8.5 cm long.
Sold for £150
A Dunhill silver and blue enamel combination lighter timepiece, hallmarked 925 and with London import mark for 1927, maker's mark of Alfred Dunhill & Sons Also inscribed Dunhill, London. 5 cm high.
Sold for £5,500
A yellow metal framed Chalcedony seal The hinged matrix worked with a three masted ship. 4.5 cm high.
Sold for £30
A George V silver and shagreen cigarette case, hallmarked London 1931, maker's mark of V.M. 9 cm wide.
Sold for £60
Nine Halcyon Days enamel boxes and a Halcyon Days enamel bonbonniere Variously decorated, all in fitted boxes. (10)
A Russian gold mounted diamond and semi-precious stone set twin handled carved onyx caviar dish, with 84 and 56 Zolotnik Kokoshnik marks and stamped Faberge in cyrillic In fitted box similarly marked. The dish 11.5 cm wide.
Sold for £2,200
A Russian champleve enamel and karelian birch spoon Of typical form. 19.5 cm long.
A pair of Russian white metal champleve enamelled tongs, indistinctly marked Of typical form. 14 cm long.
A Continental yellow metal mounted porcelain etui, mark's indistinct The case decorated with floral sprays, the interior fitted. 11 cm high.
An Edward VII enamel decorated silver photograph frame, hallmarked Birmingham 1904, maker's mark of H & T With flowing floral decoration. 33 cm high.
Sold for £460
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A white and gilt metal enamel decorated and semi-precious stone set model of a street organ, stamped 925 Enclosing a musical movement. 17.5 cm high.
Sold for £1,100
A Russian diamond set enamel decorated silver buckle, 88 Zolotnik Yakorlyapunov St. Petersburg Kokoshnik mark, cyrillic makers mark and possible French swan import mark Of oval form with ribbon tied and laurel decoration, in fitted case. 7.5 cm wide.
Sold for £1,000
A Russian gold, enamel and diamond decorated cane handle The top inset with a crown, the side with diamond inset monogram. 6.75 cm high.
Sold for £1,450
Five enamel decorated silver photograph frames Of varying shapes and sizes, each with floral decoration. The largest 13.5 cm high. (5)
Sold for £580
A large enamel decorated unmarked silver photograph frame Of rectangular form with floral decoration. 21 cm high.
An enamel decorated silver triple photograph frame Of lobed rectangular form with floral decoration, stamped 925. 15.5 cm wide.
An enamel decorated silver photograph frame The white guilloche enamel mounted with silver floral appliques stamped 925. 13 cm wide.
Sold for £280
A Swedish enamel decorated silver vase Of conical form with a blue ground, the top rim with a band of foliate decoration centred with a coronet, the underside inscribed C.G. Hallberg. 12 cm high.
A pair of gilt metal and enamel decorated opera glasses Painted with a rural couple at rest, cased. The glasses 10 cm wide.
Sold for £280
A miniature enamelled decorated gilt metal cased mantel clock The white dial with Roman numerals, the case decorated with exotic birds, stamped to verso Brevet D.R.G.M.249644 Depose. 5.5 cm high.
A miniature silver gilt cased timepiece, with boar's head purity mark and indistinct makers mark The white dial with Arabic numerals, the case worked with trophies depicting Spring and Summer. 7 cm high.
A George VI 9 ct gold cigarette case, hallmarked Birmingham 1939 Monogrammed and engraved From MW. 8.5 cm wide.
Sold for £500
A Victorian silver Masonic medal, hallmarked Chester 1893, maker's mark of MDL and stamped L. Symelman & Co., 56 York Rd N Maker The bars inscribed Court Queen Victoria and No. 5162 L.U.D., verso inscribed Presented Bro. Horace John Avery by the Members of Court Queen Victoria No. 5162, for services rendered in the chair during 1905. 16 cm long overall.
Sold for £60
A 19th century Continental unmarked silver gilt agate set table snuff box Of canted rectangular form with an agate inset hinged lid and agate panelled sides. 12 cm wide.
Sold for £1,500
A small 19th century Vienna enamelled vase The winged bust headed scrolling handles above the main bulbous body decorated in the round with figural vignettes. 14 cm high.
Sold for £300
A 19th century gold and silver pique inlaid tortoiseshell snuff box Of hinged oval form with an unmarked gold lip. 8.5 cm wide.
A Continental silver triangular cased Masonic pocket watch The shaped mother-of-pearl dial decorated with Masonic emblems and the legend Love Your Fellow Man Lend Him a Helping Hand, the case worked with further Masonic imagery and stamped 925, Swiss Brevet 34864, the fifteen jewel movement signed Solvil Watch Co. Swiss, in case for Miles, Kingsway. 5.5 cm wide.
Sold for £800
A gentleman's stainless steel cased Rolex Oyster Perpetual wristwatch The signed silvered dial with baton markers and magnified date aperture, the case numbered K647016 and 15200.
Sold for £1,500
An 18 ct gold Rolex Oyster Perpetual mid-size wristwatch The signed silvered dial with baton markers, the case marked Registered Design 6548 and numbered 1457620.

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