Rowley's Newmarket - Tuesday, 15 September, 2015

Antiques & Fine Art


Day One: Collectors' Items, Works of Art, Oriental Items, Wines & Spirits, Clocks, Barometer, Silver & Silver Plate, Jewellery,
Lot 1
A 19th century boulle desk stand, retailed by J.C. Vickery, Regents Street Fitted with a pair of lidded inkwells, stationery box and pen tray. 30 cm wide. £ 400 - 600
Lot 2
A 19th century boulle stationery box, retailed by J.C. Vickery, Regents Street The hinged domed cover enclosing a fitted interior. 28 cm wide. £ 400 - 600
Lot 3
A 19th century ivory mounted tortoiseshell and mahogany tea caddy Of octagonal form with flattened bun feet. 14.5 cm high. £ 600 - 800
Lot 4
A 19th century burrwood caddy Of sarcophagus form, the hinged top enclosing a glass mixing bowl flanked with lidded canisters, standing on fattened bun feet. 34 cm wide. £ 150 - 250
Lot 5
A 19th century sarcophagus form tea caddy With twin lidded internal compartments. Approximately 20.5 cm wide. £ 100 - 150
Lot 6
A walnut humidor Of typical form. 24.5 cm wide. £ 100 - 150
Lot 7
A 19th century Continental tortoiseshell, specimen wood and ivory inlaid table cabinet The hinged lid with a further sliding box section, one side with a secret drawer, standing on turned bun feet. 50 cm wide. £ 2,000 - 3,000
Lot 8
A George III yewwood tea caddy Of typical form with fitted interior. 18 cm wide. £ 150 - 250
Lot 9
A late 19th century Helvetia disc music box The simulated crossbanded top centred with a fan inscribed Helvetia, the interior with a disc movement and eleven discs. The box 36.5 cm wide, the discs 11.5 cm diameter. £ 200 - 300
Lot 10
A white metal mounted coconut box With shell cast finial, supported on a naturalistic cast base, bearing label inscribed Souvenir of Mauritius, the interior plush lined. 14.5 cm high overall. £ 150 - 250
Lot 11
A 19th century Anglo-Indian ivory and ebony inlaid games compendium The rectangular hinged top inlaid with a chessboard flanked with cribbage boards, the fitted interior enclosing a stained carved bone chess set, a quantity of carved bone dominoes, a quantity of bone markers, a quantity of counters modelled as George III coins and other accessories. 29 cm wide. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 12
A late 19th century French bronze casket Of bombe form with bow tied swag decoration, the hinged lid centred with a painted ivory miniature depicting figures in a landscape. 24 cm wide. £ 150 - 250
Lot 13
A French Medieval style 19th century bronze chocolate casket, made for the chocolatier Marquise de Sevigne Rouzard, Paris 27.5 cm wide. £ 150 - 250
Lot 14
A tortoiseshell box Naturalistically modelled as a tortoise, the interior with specimen wood inlays. 29 cm long overall. £ 50 - 100
Lot 15
A 19th century Italian specimen marble mounted gilt metal casket The rounded rectangular hinged lid set with a Continental street scene, standing on ball feet. 16 cm wide. £ 300 - 500
Lot 16
A 19th century Chinese Export lacquered tea caddy Typically decorated with chinoiserie vignettes, the hinged cover enclosing a pair of lidded canisters, standing on carved dragon mask feet. 29 cm wide. £ 400 - 600
Lot 17
A 19th century Italian ivory and specimen stone inlaid table cabinet The domed top with upper sliding section over the twin ivory line inlaid doors enclosing various hardstone ivory and bronze mounted drawers, flanked by columns, the door interiors each with a painted vignette. 56.5 cm wide. £ 2,000 - 3,000
Lot 18
CHAUCER, GEOFFREY. The Complete Works Of Geoffrey Chaucer Edited by Prof. W.W. Skeat, 1894, vols 1 - 6, in original cloth binding. £ 50 - 100
Lot 19
BYRON, LORD. Poetical works of Lord Byron 1914-18 Vols 1-13, in original cloth binding; together with Byron - A Self Portrait, edited by E. H. Coleridge. (14) £ 50 - 100
Lot 20
WILDE, OSCAR. After Berneval. Number 335 of 475, original pictorial cover 1922; together with The Ballad of Reading Gaol, in original cloth cover. (2) £ 50 - 100
Lot 21
BOTTOMLEY, GORDON. A Vision of Giorgione. Numbered 29 of 50 copies and signed by the author, in original gilt embossed cover by Charles Ricketts 1922; together with The Letters of Abelard and Heloise, numbered 192 of 750 copies, 1925. (2) £ 60 - 80
Lot 22
LAWRENCE, D.H. The Collected Poems of D.H. Lawrence In original cloth covers, 2 vols, 1928; together with Psychoanalysis and Subconscious, in original cloth covers, 1923. (3) £ 30 - 40
Lot 23
FRANCESCO BARTOLOZZI (1727-1815), After GIOVANNI BATTISTA CIPRIANI (1727-1785) Italian, Cipriani's Rudiments of Drawing, engraved by F. Bartolozzi Ten engraved plates, published January 1st 1786 by G. Bartolozzi, the title plate published February 28th 1786 by G. Bartolozzi, no. 5 John Street Oxford Street, with marble carved covers. £ 80 - 100
Lot 24
WILLIAM RADDON (active 1817-1862) British and JOHN DADLEY (1767-1817), After MOSES HOUGHTON (1772-1848) British, engraved plates for MOORE, EDWARD, The Hindu Pantheon Published by Joseph Johnson, London, 1810, approximately 105 plates, most with pencil text annotations and as such probably a proof copy. The plates 25 x 32 cm. £ 200 - 300
Lot 25
R.P.D. AUGUSTIN CALMET. Commentaire Litteral Sur Tous Les Livres de L'Ancien et du Noveau Testament Volumes V and VI, published Paris 1726, leather bound. (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 26
Bentley, G.C.T. The Rhine From Its Source to the Sea. 1878, in original decorative cloth cover. £ 30 - 50
Lot 27
Colby, Colonel. Ordnance Survey of the County of Londonderry. 1837, 1st edition, volume one, original cloth cover. £ 80 - 120
Lot 28
Colby, Colonel. Ordnance Survey of the County of Londonderry. 1837, 1st edition, volume one, original cloth cover. £ 30 - 50
Lot 29
Sampson, The Rev. George Vaughan. Memoir Chart and Survey of the County of Londonderry Ireland. 1814, 1st edition. £ 80 - 120
Lot 30
Gordon's Special Dry London Gin, 75 cl Six bottles. (6) £ 50 - 100
Lot 31
Sir Robert Burnett's White Satin London Dry Gin, 26 2/3 fl ozs Six bottles. (6) £ 50 - 100
Lot 32
Berry Brothers & Rudd Limited Blended Scotch Whiskey Six bottles with wax seals. (6) £ 200 - 300
Lot 33
Berry Brothers & Rudd Limited Blended Scotch Whiskey Six bottles with wax seals. (6) £ 200 - 300
Lot 34
Berry Brothers & Rudd Limited Chateau Cheval Blanc St Emilion 1940s Six bottles. (6) £ 200 - 300
Lot 35
Chateau Mouton D'Armailhacq 1934 Single bottle; together with two further bottles, without labels but probably en suite. (3) £ 100 - 150
Lot 36
Berry Brothers & Rudd Limited Chateau Cheval Blanc St Emilion, unknown vintage but probably 1940s Six bottles. (6) £ 200 - 300
Lot 37
Booth's Finest Dry Gin, 26.6 fl ozs Six bottles. (6) £ 50 - 100
Lot 38
Haig Blended Scotch Whiskey, Gold Label, 26 2/3 fl ozs., 70% proof Six bottles. (6) £ 50 - 100
Lot 39
Squires London Dry Gin, 26.6 fl ozs., 70% proof Six bottles. (6) £ 50 - 100
Lot 40
Sir Robert Burnett's White Satin Dry Gin, 26 2/3 fl ozs., 70% proof Six bottles. (6) £ 50 - 100
Lot 41
Squires London Dry Gin, 26.6 fl ozs., 70% proof Six bottles. (6) £ 50 - 100
Lot 42
Booth's Finest Dry Gin, 26.6 fl ozs., 70% proof Six bottles. (6) £ 50 - 100
Lot 43
Campo San Trovaso Prosecco Six bottles. (6) £ 30 - 50
Lot 44
Gordon's Special Dry London Gin, 75 cl, 40% volume Six bottles. (6) £ 50 - 100
Lot 45
Berry Brothers & Co., Very Old Liqueur Brandy Six bottles, was seals. (6) £ 300 - 500
Lot 46
Berry Brothers & Co., Very Old Liqueur Brandy Six bottles, wax seals. (6) £ 300 - 500
Lot 47
Berry Brothers & Co., Very Old Liqueur Brandy Six bottles, wax seals. (6) £ 300 - 500
Lot 48
Berry Brothers & Co., Very Choice Oloroso Sherry Six bottles, wax seals. (6) £ 50 - 100
Lot 49
Berry Brothers & Co., Very Choice Oloroso Sherry Six bottles, wax seals. (6) £ 50 - 100
Lot 50
Mouton Rothschild, unknown vintage Six bottles lacking labels. (6) £ 50 - 100
Lot 51
Grand Vin de Chateau Latour 1933 Two bottles, lacking labels. (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 52
Grand Vin de Chateau Latour 1928 Two bottles. (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 53
Chateau Lafite-Rothschild 1922 Single bottle; together with Chateau Lafite, unknown vintage, single bottle. (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 54
Chateau Haut-Brion Grand Vin Blanc 1er Cru 1921 Single bottle, wax seal. £ 50 - 100
Lot 55
Chateau D'Yquem Lur-Saluces 1914 Single bottle, wax seal. £ 100 - 150
Lot 56
Chateau Lafaurie Peyraguey 1er Grand Cru de Sauternes 1926 Single bottle. £ 100 - 150
Lot 57
Brandy, possibly Armagnac With wax seal, no label. £ 50 - 100
Lot 58
Champagne, unknown vintage Single bottle with wax seal. £ 50 - 100
Lot 59
Moet & Chandon Coteaux Champenois Three bottles. (3) £ 50 - 100
Lot 60
Taylor's Vintage Port 1945 Single bottle with wax seal. £ 100 - 150
Lot 61
Croft & Co. Vintage Port, unknown vintage Single bottle. £ 50 - 100
Lot 62
Probably Vintage Port, unknown house or vintage Two bottles. (2) £ 50 - 100
Lot 63
Seven various bottles of red wine Comprising: Chateau Mouton Rothschild Grand Vin, unknown vintage; Berry Brothers & Co. Gruaud Larose Sarget 1870 and 1874; Chateau Grand-Puy-Lacoste Saint Guirons 1959; Chateau Ducru-Beaucaillou 1961; Chateau Beychevelle 1933; and another unknown Chateau or vintage. (7) £ 50 - 100
Lot 64
Six various bottles of red and white wine Comprising: Berry Brothers & Co. Cote-Rotie 1er Cru 1929; Musigny 1906; Berry Brothers & Rudd Limited Cote du Rhone Rose; and three further bottles unknown Chateau or vintage. (6) £ 50 - 100
Lot 65
Royal Loch Nagar, Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky Selected Reserve Single bottle, number 60819, in presentation case. £ 100 - 150
Lot 66
Chateau Latour de Mons Grand Vin Margaux 1970 Single bottle. £ 40 - 60
Lot 67
Baron Philippe de Rothschild Mouton-Cadet 1975 Single bottle. £ 40 - 60
Lot 68
ENGLISH SCHOOL (19th century) Portrait miniatures of a Gentleman and His Wife Watercolour on ivory 10 x 13 cm, framed and glazed, (a pair) (2) £ 400 - 600
Lot 69
HARRIOT WALKER (19th century) British, After WILHELM HENSEL (1794-1861) German Portrait miniature of Princess Eliza Radziwill (1803-1834), dressed as the Goddess Peri Watercolour on ivory 9.5 x 13 cm, framed and glazed £ 250 - 350
Lot 70
ENGLISH SCHOOL (19th century) Portrait Miniature of a Gentleman Sat at a Writing Desk Watercolour probably on ivory 6.5 x 8.5 cm, framed and glazed £ 150 - 250
Lot 71
ENGLISH SCHOOL (19th century) Portrait Miniature of a Gentleman With Sideburns Watercolour on ivory 10 x 13 cm, framed and glazed £ 150 - 250
Lot 72
PIERRE BONNAUD (1865-1930) French, For Limoges Profile Portrait of a Young Lady Enamel on copper Signed and inscribed Limoges 8 x 11 cm, framed £ 150 - 250
Lot 73
A Victorian engraved ivory double frame - WITHDRAWN £ 100 - 150
Lot 74
After EMMA ELEANOR KENDRICK (1788-1871) British By *HEATH (19th century) Cleopatra Dissolving the Pearl Watercolour on ivory Inscribed to verso Cleopatra dissolving the pearl by * Heath 1818 from an original drawing by Miss Emma Kendrick which she gained the Isis medal [of the Society of Arts] 16.5 x 20.5 cm overall, framed and glazed, mounted £ 300 - 500
Lot 75
An early 19th century portrait miniature of a gentleman Housed in a yellow metal necklace clasp converted to a brooch. 2.5 cm wide overall. £ 100 - 200
Lot 76
An early 19th century portrait miniature on ivory Depicting a middle aged woman wearing a lace cap and blue dress, housed in original leather case. Image 6.5 x 8 cm. £ 200 - 300
Lot 77
An 18th century portrait miniature on ivory Depicting a young lady wearing a suite of pearl jewellery, housed in original shagreen case. The miniature 3 x 3.5 cm. £ 200 - 300
Lot 78
ENGLISH SCHOOL (18th century) Portrait Miniature of Abel John Ram Watercolour, probably on ivory Engraved to verso Abel John Ram, born June 26th 1776, died Nov. 3rd 1822 3 x 4 cm overall, in yellow metal frame and glazed Note: Abel John Ram was son of Colonel Abel Ram of Ballytegan, County Wexford and his wife Elizabeth Stopford, niece of the Earl of Courtown. £ 200 - 300
Lot 78a
A 19th century Ambrotype The sitter purported to be Oscar Wilde, in oval gilt metal slip and outer case. The image 3.5 x 5 cm. £ 0 - 100
Lot 79
A 19th century turned and carved ivory box and cover - WITHDRAWN £ 80 - 120
Lot 80
A 19th century Dieppe carved ivory figure Modelled as a young lady feeding birds, standing on a turned columnar plinth base. 19.5 cm high. £ 1,200 - 1,800
Lot 81
A pair of late 19th/early 20th century cased ivory handled silver plated serving spoons Each handle carved as a figure above the faux bamboo stem. The case 29.5 cm wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 82
An 18th century French stained ivory game counter The hinged rectangular lid centred with a rotating counter and with mother-of-pearl inlays, the interior engraved with a riverscape and inscribed Mariauaz le Jeune, Paris fecit, the underside decorated with a figure and precious objects. 8 cm wide. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 83
A 19th century Dieppe carved ivory plaque Formed as a mother breast feeding her child. 8 cm high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 84
An Egyptian carved stone scarab seal The matrix worked with four columns of hieroglyphics. 7 cm long. £ 100 - 150
Lot 85
A Victorian mother-of-pearl and ivory aide memoire The cover well carved with a portrait of a busty lady within a beaded border on a scroll worked ground. 8.5 cm long. £ 130 - 150
Lot 86
An antique leather sailor's thimble Of typical form. 9.5 cm long. £ 30 - 50
Lot 87
A 19th century carved and stained bone chess set Housed in a mahogany box with a sliding lid. The Kings 15.25 cm high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 88
Two 19th century Continental white metal and horn mounted Meerschaum pipes One worked with a crouching figure, the other plain, both bowls with hinged covers. 48 and 57 cm long respectively. (2) £ 80 - 120
Lot 88a
An American Indian pipe The bone inlaid and brass studded shaft with an axe head and pipe bowl. 43 cm long. £ 500 - 800
Lot 88b
A 19th century horn quaich Of typical form. 11 cm wide. £ 60 - 80
Lot 89
An 18th century leather bucket Of typical form, undecorated. 26 cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 90
A pair of gentleman's hand-made leather riding boots With traditional tan leather tops; together with a pair of bespoke carved boot trees. £ 100 - 200
Lot 91
A Phillips 12 inch terrestrial globe On ebonised stand. 53 cm high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 92
A late 19th century magic lantern slide of jugged hare 17.5 cm wide. £ 40 - 60
Lot 93
A 19th century engraved scrimshaw stay busk Of typical form decorated with Gothic style buildings beneath a sunburst and initialled JG. 39 cm long. £ 300 - 500
Lot 94
A collection of 18th and 19th century seals and intaglios Various sizes. £ 80 - 120
Lot 95
A Victorian brass counter cigar lighter Formed as Uncle Sam, standing on a stepped spreading plinth base with registration marks. 24 cm high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 96
A tazza formed from a large clam shell Approximately 30 cm wide. £ 80 - 120
Lot 97
A Polo Ralph Lauren leather satchel bag Stamped maker's mark and Made in Great Britain. 41 cm wide. £ 300 - 500
Lot 98
A Victoria by the Grace of God indenture dated 1847 Together with attached cased seal. The seal 15.5 cm diameter. (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 99
A 19th century scrimshaw sperm whales tooth Probably later carved with Isabella in Baffin Bay, mounted on a wooden plinth base. The tooth 13.5 cm long. £ 100 - 150
Lot 100
A 19th century scrimshaw sperm whale tooth Probably later carved with Whalers in the Ice, mounted on a wooden plinth base. The tooth 14 cm wide. £ 100 - 150
Lot 101
A pair of 18th century Staffordshire enamel candlesticks Of silver shape decorated with floral vignettes and gilt sprays on a blue ground. 23 cm high. (2) £ 250 - 350
Lot 102
A very fine 19th century French fan The bone staves with gilt metal mounts inset with a portrait miniature and a convex mirror, the fan with hand coloured printed vignettes opposing gilt floral spray, in original box for Duvelleroy, London & Paris. 29 cm long overall. £ 100 - 150
Lot 103
A set of three Edwardian ivory billiard balls In a fitted mahogany box with applied white metal plaque inscribed WWR From AJP. The box 19.5 cm wide. £ 120 - 180
Lot 104
HM The Queen and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, black and white print signed photographs The latter dated 1954, framed and glazed in gilt tooled Plante & Johnson frames. 33 cm high. (2) £ 400 - 600
Lot 105
A quantity of hardstone, mineral and fossil specimens A variety. £ 100 - 150
Lot 106
A pair of 19th century gilt metal mounted red marble candlesticks Each flanked with a bacchic putto, the stems with applied fruiting vine. 30.5 cm high. (2) £ 400 - 600
Lot 107
A pair of 19th century gilt metal mounted alabaster candelabra Each with twin branches supported by a bacchic putto. 31 cm high. £ 400 - 600
Lot 107a
A Continental champleve decorated chamberstick With flattened handle and flowerhead drip-pan, standing on turned feet, stamped AG and numbered 771 to underside. 21 cm long. £ 200 - 300
Lot 108
A pair of fluorite baluster vases 13 cm high. (2) £ 200 - 300
Lot 109
A gilt metal cased bird automaton The case C-scroll cast, the movement clockwork. 11 cm wide. £ 1,200 - 1,500
Lot 110
Australian Touring Cricket Team 1972 autographs on official headed paper. £ 80 - 120
Lot 111
A late 19th/early 20th century reverse painted glass picture entitled Tom Firr With His Hounds Framed. 28.5 cm wide; 23.5 cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 112
No lot.
Lot 113
EDWARD DORE (19th century) British Needles, Isle of Wight and Osbourne, I of Wt A pair of sand pictures Titled, signed, dated 1847 and inscribed Drawn with Alum Bay Sand, both on embossed mounts stamped De La Rue & Co., London; together with another pair, unsigned and unmounted, but probably by the same hand 15 x 11.5 cm overall (4) £ 200 - 300
Lot 114
A white metal clad painted icon representing St. George killing the dragon 17 x 22 cm. £ 200 - 300
Lot 115
A 16th century European canon Of hexagonal section; together with a canon igniting hand tool. The canon 28 cm long. (2) £ 400 - 600
Lot 116
A collection of seven terracotta heads Variously modelled, all mounted. The largest 13.5 cm high. (7) £ 200 - 300
Lot 117
A carved agate shallow bowl 11 cm wide. £ 80 - 100
Lot 118
After the Grecian Antique, a twin handled terracotta jar Decorated with octopi. 24.5 cm high. Note: After the original jar from the Knossos Palace in Crete (circa 1500 BC). £ 100 - 150
Lot 119
A Victorian cameo carved conch shell Worked with a classical scene. 14 cm long. £ 200 - 300
Lot 120
A twin headed terracotta votive 16.5 cm long. £ 100 - 150
Lot 121
A 19th century pietra dure and specimen marble inlaid black slate desk thermometer Formed as an obelisk. 36 cm high. £ 350 - 450
Lot 122
An antique carved stone drinking/pouring vessel Of squat cylindrical form with a loop handle, the exterior of the main body with stylised floral carvings. 14.5 cm diameter. £ 100 - 150
Lot 123
An Art Deco tortoiseshell veneered dressing mirror The shaped plate with easel support. 42 cm high. £ 120 - 150
Lot 124
An Egyptian shabti figure In typical pose, with remnants of faience glaze, mounted. 23.5 cm high overall. £ 100 - 150
Lot 125
A carved Blue John mineral egg With suspension loop. 7.5 cm long. £ 200 - 300
Lot 126
A small quantity of camera equipment - WITHDRAWN
Lot 127
A 19th century French brass and leather dog collar Of typical form with raised studs and with inscription. 18 cm diameter. £ 200 - 300
Lot 128
A 19th century Jaques & Son In Statu Quo travelling chess board Variously stamped; together with a complete set of thirty-two carved and stained bone chess pieces. The board 29.5 cm wide when open. £ 250 - 350
Lot 129
A 19th century sailor's carved bugbear Of typical form, decorated with Britannia, a sailing boat and a sailor. 13 cm wide. £ 250 - 350
Lot 130
An early 20th century Marklin working steam stationary engine With applied Marklin label dated 1936. 50 cm wide. £ 600 - 800
Lot 131
A carved Black Forest wall shelf The scroll carved crest above two hinged shelves, the back worked as a jockey on horseback. 48 cm wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 132
An inlaid mahogany twin handled tray Of oval form, with solid gallery. 70.5 cm wide. £ 150 - 250
Lot 133
A mahogany coin collectors' cabinet Enclosing fourteen fitted drawers. 30 cm wide. £ 60 - 80
Lot 133a
A Carr & Co Limited, Carlise tram form biscuit tin Of typical form, inscribed Carr's Delicious Biscuits. 22 cm long. £ 200 - 300
Lot 134
Three large Indian printing blocks Variously carved. The largest 32.5 cm wide. £ 50 - 100
Lot 135
ITALIAN SCHOOL (15th/16th century) Angel Oil and gold leaf on soft wood with integral architectural frame 12 x 31.5 cm overall £ 200 - 300
Lot 136
A 19th century Continental walnut and ebonised bucket With ribbed decoration, swing handle and liner, standing on ball feet. 42 cm high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 137
A Black Forest carved wooden jar and cover Formed as a dog with glass inset eyes. 15.5 cm high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 138
A carved Black Forest bear centre bowl The reclining beast supporting a flowerhead carved bowl. 23.5 cm high. £ 250 - 350
Lot 139
A George III turned wood policeman's truncheon Polychrome decorated with the crest of the Order of the Garter enclosing a Hanoverian crest. 40 cm long. £ 100 - 150
Lot 140
A 19th century carved wooden smokers compendium, probably Blackforest Decorated with various hunting implements. 20 cm diameter. £ 400 - 600
Lot 141
A turned lignum vitae wassail bowl With banded decoration. 20.5 cm high. £ 600 - 800
Lot 142
A 18th/19th century beechwood mortar together with a fruitwood pestle The mortar 12 cm high. (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 143
An 18th/ 19th century Scandinavian Karelian birch lion peg tankard The hinged cover with lion thumb plate and loop handle. 22.5 cm high overall. £ 300 - 500
Lot 144
A Blackforest carved inkwell Worked as a bear, the head hinged. 21 cm high. £ 350 - 450
Lot 145
An early 20th century Staunton pattern carved wooden chess set Housed in a small mahogany box. The box 21 cm wide. £ 100 - 150
Lot 146
A 19th century brass bound mahogany bucket With swing handle. 30.5 cm diameter. £ 50 - 100
Lot 147
A 19th century silk and woolwork picture Worked with a regal female alighting from a boat met by guardsmen before a castle, framed and glazed. 65 x 49.5 cm. £ 120 - 180
Lot 148
A 19th century felt work picture Depicting a still life of fruit, framed and glazed. 57 x 44 cm. £ 100 - 150
Lot 149
A selection of silk scarves, all with Harrods printed name, together with original design artwork by Anne Tyrell £ 100 - 150
Lot 150
Five silk scarves, all with Harrods printed name, together with original design artwork by Anne Tyrell £ 100 - 150
Lot 151
Two large silk scarves, with Harrods printed name, together with original design artwork by Anne Tyrell £ 100 - 150
Lot 152
A large silk scarf, with printed Harrods name, together with original design artwork by Anne Tyrell £ 50 - 100
Lot 153
A quantity of pewter dishes Various dates, touch marks and sizes. The largest 30.5 cm diameter, the smallest 10 cm diameter. £ 200 - 300
Lot 154
A brass hanging lantern Of circular section. 42 cm high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 155
A Victorian bronze mirror frame Decorated with cherubs and putti. 29 cm high. £ 60 - 80
Lot 156
An early 20th century German polished steel letter clip Formed as an owl. 14 cm high. £ 40 - 60
Lot 157
A cold painted cast iron doorstop Modelled as a French bulldog. 25 cm high. £ 80 - 100
Lot 158
A set of six graduated copper saucepans All with steel handle with suspension loop and variously marked and stamped; together with a graduated tripod stand. The largest pan 23 cm diameter. (7) £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 159
An 18th century Islamic hanging oil lamp The central bowl with nine wick rests. The lamp 19.5 cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 160
A 19th century steel animal trap Of typical construction. 70 cm long. £ 120 - 180
Lot 161
An ancient sword fragment The handle cast as two figures standing back to back, the blade base cast as further figures, the blade with traces of decoration. 27.5 cm long. £ 150 - 250
Lot 162
A 17th century steel fork With pique worked stained ivory handle. 25 cm long. £ 100 - 150
Lot 163
A pair of Art Nouveau bronzed art metal figural lamps Each modelled as a classical maiden, the lights issuing from stylised flowers. 73.5 cm high. £ 350 - 450
Lot 164
A pair of wrought iron spiral candle holders On turned wood base. Each 19 cm high. (2) £ 150 - 250
Lot 165
A 17th/18th century wrought iron rush nip 46 cm high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 166
Three Russian metal mounted and painted icons Two depicting Jesus, the other the Madonna and Child. The largest 11.5 x 14 cm. (2) £ 250 - 350
Lot 167
JENS QUISTGAARD (1919-2008) Danish, for Dansk Designs A pair of brass candlesticks Impressed marks. 23.5 cm high. (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 168
A 19th century copper water jug Of baluster form, with carrying handle, hinged cover, loop handle and spreading foot, variously stamped JPW and dated 1882. 34 cm high. £ 50 - 80
Lot 169
A brass Merryweather pattern fireman's helmet With dragon comb and crossed axe and hose badge. £ 100 - 150
Lot 170
A Newlyn School style Arts & Crafts copper shield, probably J & F Poole of Hayle, Cornwall The shaped shield embossed with various stylised dolphins and sea serpents on a hammered ground within a beaded border. 55.5 cm wide. £ 100 - 150
Lot 171
No lot.
Lot 172
A pair of Regency ormolu tazzas On carved giltwood stands, each with scalloped dish flanked with twin handles surmounted by mythical beasts, supported on entwined sea serpents, standing on a tripartite plinth base with scroll feet. 27 cm high overall. (2) £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 173
An 18th century English pewter charger with London touch marks 42 cm diameter. £ 50 - 100
Lot 174
A 19th century bronze pricket stick Of typical form, standing on ball feet. 36.5 cm high. £ 50 - 100
Lot 175
A bronze benetier Of urn form with swing handle; together with another, similar but smaller. The former 18 cm high overall. (2) £ 200 - 300
Lot 176
A pair of 19th century bronze candlesticks With allover foliate scroll and flowerhead decoration. 10 cm high. (2) £ 80 - 120
Lot 177
A 19th century patinated bronze ewer Of plain ovoid form, mounted with birds. 23 cm high. £ 60 - 80
Lot 178
A 16th century or earlier European bronze mortar Cast with four flanges; together with another of similar date, of bulbous form cast with twelve flanges. 7.5 cm and 9 cm high respectively. (2) £ 100 - 200
Lot 179
An early 20th century ivory mounted bronze figural table lamp Formed as a young Dutch boy and girl. 69 cm high overall. £ 1,500 - 2,500
Lot 180
A pair of gilt bronze chenets Modelled as reclining putti reading. 30 cm wide. (2) £ 300 - 500
Lot 181
LEONARD MOREL-LADEUIL (1820-1888) French, for Elkington & Co., a large bronze charger Worked with a classical female figure surrounded by putti attendants, apparently unsigned but with registered number 38497. 68 cm diameter. £ 350 - 450
Lot 182
A bronze and champleve decorated pocket watch stand Supported by a figure of a putto reclining on a rug. 14.5 cm high. £ 160 - 200
Lot 183
A bronze jug The handle modelled as a leopard, the body with mistletoe sprays. 18.5 cm high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 184
A late 19th century Austrian cold painted bronze plate Decorated in the Japanese style with monkeys amongst gilt heightened leaves and with Japanese calligraphy, the reverse inscribed Berndorf. 25 cm diameter. £ 400 - 600
Lot 185
A 16th century European bronze pestle and mortar The mortar with cast band of decoration and text Petrus van den Ghein me fecit MCCCCCLVIII (Petrus van den Ghein made me 1558). The mortar 9 cm high. Note: For a similar but later example see The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 186
A 19th century patinated bronze bowl and cover The domed removable cover surmounted with cupid, the gadrooned bowl with lion mask and lion paw feet, standing on a rouge marble plinth base. 16 cm high. £ 250 - 350
Lot 187
A plaster cast Egyptian Revival figure 138 cm high. £ 700 - 900
Lot 188
A carved stone hand Modelled clenched, mounted on a wooden plinth base. 25 cm high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 189
A 19th century carved marble figural bust Formed as a young woman with wheat sheaves in her hair, her pert bosoms exposed, the reverse inscribed Alvi 1873 Milano. 82 cm high. £ 5,000 - 8,000
Lot 190
A carved stone fragment Worked with a Grecian style mask of a bearded man. 16 cm wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 191
EMMANUEL VILLANIS (1858-1914) French Bust of a Young Girl With Ribbon Tied Hair Marble The reverse inscribed E. Villanis 51 cm high £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 192
After the Antique Egyptian bust Mounted on a matt slate and marble plinth base 21 cm high £ 150 - 250
Lot 193
A 19th century Continental carved and stained wood panel Worked with winged cherub masks amongst clouds, centred with a sunburst triangle. 63 cm wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 194
A pair of carved wood saints Polychrome decorated. 46.5 cm high. (2) £ 150 - 250
Lot 195
A Continental bronze figures of a Saint On turned ebonised plinth base; together with a pierced and carved silvered shelf/bracket. The figure 19 cm high; the shelf 49 cm high. (2) £ 300 - 400
Lot 196
After the Antique (19th century) Venus (The Venus of Capua) Bronze, on circular plinth base 37 cm high £ 100 - 150
Lot 197
A. MORETTTI (19th/20th century) Ricardo dell'Amico Bronze Signed, titled and dated 1903 to verso 50 cm high £ 150 - 250
Lot 198
CLARE CONSUELO SHERIDAN, nee FREWEN (1885-1970) British Bust of Pan Bronze with mid-green patination Signed and dated 1944 22 cm high £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 199
JULES BENNES (flourished second half of 19th century) French Galloping Horse with Jockey Up Patinated bronze, mounted on wooden plinth base Signed 50 cm wide £ 1,500 - 2,500
Lot 200
A late 19th/early 20th century patinated bronze model of a tribal warrior Modelled holding a spear and shield, mounted on an onyx plinth base. 19 cm high. £ 400 - 600
Lot 201
A bronze model of a horse Naturalistically modelled, standing on a black marble plinth base. 44 cm wide. £ 150 - 250
Lot 202
An Austrian cold painted bronze inkwell, with Bergmann urn mark and stamped Geschutzt Modelled as an owl standing upon a feather. 14 cm high. £ 400 - 600
Lot 203
An Austrian cold painted bronze figure of a hound Modelled in alert pose. 12.5 cm high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 204
A Grand Tour type bronze figure Modelled as a scholar seated on a carved alabaster bench, standing on a marble inset plinth base. 22.5 cm high overall. £ 100 - 150
Lot 205
MATHURIN MOREAU (1822-1912) French La Ramasseuse de Moules et ses Enfants Bronze, standing on a circular red marble plinth base Signed and with impressed Medaille D'Honneur 81 cm high overall £ 2,500 - 3,500
Lot 206
A 19th century bronze figure of a North African water seller Signed to base and with Braunlish Langlotz foundry mark. 23.5 cm high. £ 500 - 700
Lot 207
ALFRED PIERRE RICHARD (1844-1884) FRENCH L'Arrivee Au Lavoir Bronze, standing on an integral plinth base, titled to base 85 cm high. £ 3,000 - 4,000
Lot 207a
PIERRE MAXIMILIEN DELAFONTAINE (1774-1860) French Bacchic Dancers Bronze, standing on a circular marble plinth base Signed 63 cm high overall £ 3,000 - 5,000
Lot 208
A 19th century patinated bronze classical figural group Modelled as a recumbent lady and her suitor. 53 cm wide. £ 600 - 800
Lot 209
After GIAMBOLOGNA (1529-1608) Flemish Mercury Bronze, standing on a green marble plinth base 87.5 cm high £ 600 - 800
Lot 210
A pair of cast bronze sphinxes Typically posed on marble plinth bases. 11.5 cm high. (2) £ 150 - 250
Lot 211
A 19th century bronze group Modelled as a woman comforting a scantily clad putto, a pilgrim putto kneeling at her feet. 34 cm high. £ 700 - 900
Lot 212
LOUIS ALBERT CARVIN (1875-1951) French Rats Amongst Mussel Shells Bronze Signed and mounted on a spreading stone plinth base 12.5 cm wide. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 213
SERGI ZELIKSON (1890-1966) Russian ''La. Tentation'', an Art Nouveau model of a nude Female Patinated bronze, standing on a stepped marble plinth base Signed 31 cm high £ 350 - 450
Lot 214
SERGI ZELIKSON (1890-1966) Russian ''Etoile. Devoilee'', an Art Nouveau model of a nude Female Patinated bronze, mounted on a stepped marble plinth base Signed 30.5 cm high £ 350 - 450
Lot 215
An Austrian cold painted bronze table lamp, in the style of Bergmann Formed as Arab youngsters smoking on a carpet beneath a hanging lantern, the underside inscribed Made in Austria, Real Bronze. 19 cm wide. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 216
A small 17th century bronze figure Modelled as a female in flowing robes, on ebonised plinth base. 16.5 cm high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 217
An early 20th century patinated bronzed model of a pointer dog Naturalistically modelled, standing on a rouge marble plinth base. 30 cm wide. £ 80 - 120
Lot 218
Mare and Foal Bronze, standing on a plinth base Unsigned with Talos Gallery foundry mark 33 cm high £ 200 - 300
Lot 219
Family Group of Horses Bronze, standing on a marble plinth base Unsigned 26 cm high £ 250 - 350
Lot 220
A 19th century bronze figural group Formed as two playful children. 12.5 cm high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 221
INDIAN SCHOOL (19th century) Indian Views Watercolour on ivory 20 x 14 cm, framed and glazed, oval £ 500 - 700
Lot 222
An Indian copper panel Worked with figures in traditional pursuits within a village centred with a temple, in faux bamboo frame. 85.5 x 60.5 cm. £ 100 - 150
Lot 223
A pair of Indo-Persian enamel copper candlesticks The drip trays formed as oil lamps. 20 cm high overall. (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 224
An antique Sino-Tibetan bronze model of Buddha Modelled seated in the lotus position with turquoise adornments, standing on a pierced stepped spreading plinth base. 24 cm high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 225
Two 19th century Cairo ware chargers Each decorated with scrollwork and vignettes, some with text, one charger also decorated with animals. Each 32 cm diameter. (2) £ 350 - 450
Lot 226
An antique Southern Indian patinated bronze model of a deity Standing holding a staff above three elephants on a stepped plinth base. 25.75 cm high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 227
An 18th century malacca cane With white metal collar initialled SB and turned ivory handle with picque work scroll decoration. 86 cm long. £ 300 - 500
Lot 228
An 18th/19th century carved wood cane The shaft extensively worked with various figures including a man and his wife, farmers, horsemen, various animals, farmhouse, etc., centred with a chip carved cartouche initialled IB, the handle carved as a hand holding an orb. 81 cm long. £ 400 - 600
Lot 229
An 18th/19th century whale bone cane Spiral carved. 79 cm long. £ 350 - 450
Lot 230
A 19th century silver mounted ''Killarney'' carved bog oak walking stick Carved with a harp and trailing shamrocks, the shamrock engraved silver knop hallmarked Dublin 1825. 98 cm long. £ 400 - 600
Lot 231
An 18th century pique inlaid ivory handled malacca walking stick The knop form handle with various floral pique inlays and with hole for suspension loop. 88.5 cm high. £ 500 - 800
Lot 232
A 19th century ivory handled rosewood walking stick The ivory loop handle above the turned shaft with an ivory ferrule. 86.5 cm long. £ 50 - 80
Lot 233
A 19th century carved Blackthorn staff The terminal worked as a wolf's mask. 118 cm long. £ 550 - 650
Lot 234
A carved bone sectional walking cane With monkey carved ebony handle, each section worked with Chinese figures in landscapes. 86 cm long. £ 150 - 250
Lot 235
A 19th century carved wooden walking stick The handle formed as a figural bust. 78.5 cm long. £ 100 - 150
Lot 236
A taxidermy specimen of a preserved male black grouse In a naturalistic setting, housed in a part glazed case bearing the label Hutchinson 98 London St. Derby. 60 cm high; 55 wide. £ 300 - 400
Lot 237
Two taxidermy specimens of preserved Ptarmigan In a naturalistic winter setting, in a part glazed case. 33 cm high; 57 cm wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 238
A taxidermy specimen of a preserved brown trout In a naturalistic setting, housed in a bow front glazed case inscribed with gold lettering Brook trout 5lb 14oz Caught by the John Goddard at Mottisfont on the river Test August 1995 on a dry fly. 34.5 cm high; 69 cm wide. Note: John Goddard (1923-2012) was a celebrated fisherman and author. £ 500 - 800
Lot 239
A taxidermy specimen of a preserved red squirrel In a naturalistic setting, housed in a bow front part glazed case. 35 cm high; 33 cm wide. £ 60 - 80
Lot 240
Rat's Landing, a 19th century diorama of The Wind in the Willow character's riverside home Incorporating a pair of anthropomorphized water rats, in glazed pitched pine cabinet fitted with a drawer. £ 400 - 600
Lot 241
A taxidermy Red Dutch Capuchine pigeon In glazed case. 38 cm wide. £ 120 - 180
Lot 242
Three star fish specimens On ebonised mounts. The largest 31.5 cm high overall. £ 50 - 80
Lot 243
A mammoths tooth Adapted as a doorstop with swing handle. 33.5 cm high overall. £ 350 - 450
Lot 243a
A coral specimen Mounted on an ebonised display plinth; together with another marine specimen, also similarly mounted. The former 23 cm wide. (2) £ 120 - 180
Lot 244
A taxidermy puffer fish On ebonised mount. 28 cm high overall. £ 40 - 60
Lot 245
A walrus penis bone Mounted on ebonised plinth base. The bone 32 cm long. £ 200 - 300
Lot 246
A taxidermy plains zebra (equus quagga) trophy head Mounted on a shield. 51 cm wide. £ 1,500 - 2,500
Lot 247
A taxidermy brown bear (ursus arctos) rug With head mount. Approximately 200 cm long. £ 400 - 600
Lot 248
A taxidermy specimen of a pair of preserved and mounted roe buck heads in velvet Each typically posed and mounted on an oak shield. The largest 58 cm high. (2) £ 180 - 220
Lot 249
An early 20th century taxidermy plains zebra (equus quagga) Mounted on a plinth base with castors. 150 cm high overall. £ 600 - 800
Lot 250
A modern black walnut place marker Of cylindrical form, each numbered brass and wooden peg modelled as a 20 bore cartridge. 9 cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 251
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Lot 252
Hardy Bro's Ltd, a bamboo shafted wading stick with thumb crook Signed Hardy Bro's Ltd Makers Alnwick England. 127.5 cm long overall. £ 40 - 60
Lot 253
Hardy Bro's Ltd, a brass Birmingham salmon fly reel Oval maker's mark and rod in hand trademark. £ 200 - 300
Lot 254
W. Cowperthwaite, Keswick, a Victorian brass salmon fly reel Together with another by Ventiland. (2) £ 80 - 120
Lot 255
Four Victorian trout fly reels by Farlow, Army & Navy, Miller and another £ 80 - 120
Lot 256
Allcock's, An Aerial 3 3/4 inch fly reel £ 80 - 120
Lot 257
Hardy Bro's Ltd, a 3 5/8 inch Perfect fly reel, circa 1950s £ 120 - 180
Lot 258
Hardy Bro's Ltd, a 4 inch Super Silex fly reel £ 200 - 300
Lot 259
Hardy Bro's Ltd, a brass telescopic salmon tailer, circa 1930s 79.5 cm long unextended. £ 80 - 120
Lot 260
Hardy Bros. Ltd, a 3 1/8 inch Uniqua fly reel, duplicated MkII £ 50 - 70
Lot 261
Hardy Bros. Ltd, a 3 1/8 inch Perfect fly reel, duplicated MkII £ 100 - 150
Lot 262
Hardy Bros. Ltd, a Uniqua fly reel, duplicated MkII £ 60 - 80
Lot 263
Hardy Bros. Ltd, two Marquis 8/9 reels together with a spare spool All in Hardy cases. £ 50 - 70
Lot 264
Hardy Bros. Ltd., Berard & Son, Ogden Smith, Allcocks, Wheatley and others, nine metal fly tins Containing a quantity of various flies. £ 100 - 200
Lot 265
C. Farlow Co. Ltd., two vintage landing nets £ 50 - 100
Lot 266
A 19th century Cordite carrier Of typical form, painted green with Royal crest transfer. 32.5 cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 267
An Indo-Persian Kulah-khud helmet Of typical form with spike, chainmail and applied Katar decoration. £ 150 - 250
Lot 268
A 19th Century British Army Enfield-Martini bayonet With brass mounted leather scabbard, with hollow ground triangular blade, numbered 163. 65 cm long overall. £ 80 - 120
Lot 269
A 19th century white metal mounted ebony handled dagger and sheath Together with another, with decorated horn handle and leather sheath, both possibly African. 29 cm and 39 cm overall respectively. (2) £ 80 - 100
Lot 270
A Japanese officers sword Of typical form with menuki bound shagreen handle and leather scabbard. 104 cm long. £ 200 - 300
Lot 271
A Japanese officers sword Of typical form with bound shagreen hilt and leather scabbard. 88 cm long overall. £ 200 - 300
Lot 272
A George V Naval officers sword Of typical form with leather scabbard; together with five pairs of Royal Navy shoulder boards, comprising: three pairs of Captain shoulder boards, one pair of Major General shoulder boards and one pair of Rear Admiral shoulder boards (old type); a quantity of Royal Navy polished brass buttons; braided sashes; a pair of black leather boots; and a quantity of ribbon bars. £ 300 - 500
Lot 273
A small antique Persian dagger The animal mask handle and sheath with gold inlays. 17 cm long. £ 150 - 250
Lot 274
A 19th century bone handled Indo-Persian Pesh-kab with leather scabbard Together with a Mughal gilt decorated steel knife with leather scabbard. Both 34 cm long overall. (2) £ 200 - 300
Lot 275
An 18th century Middle Eastern matchlock rifle The silvered mounts and barrel typically decorated. 146 cm long. £ 200 - 300
Lot 276
A 19th century Visayan short sword With double edged spear point blade and octagonal section handle. 57.5 cm long. £ 150 - 250
Lot 277
A Caucasian Kinjal knife With typically decorated grooved double edge blade. 43 cm long. £ 80 - 120
Lot 278
An 18th/19th century Indian Patar guantlet sword Of typical form. 131.5 cm long. £ 600 - 800
Lot 279
A 16th/17th century Persian dagger With shaped double edge blade and gilt metal handle. 36 cm long. £ 150 - 250
Lot 280
An Indonesian kris and scabbard The shaped blade with damasked decoration, the hilt with gem set collar. 68 cm long overall. £ 150 - 250
Lot 281
An 18th century Ceylonese (Sri Lankan) piha-kaetta (nobleman dagger) The single edged steel blade with gilt metal decoration, the horn handle carved. 32.5 cm long. £ 150 - 250
Lot 282
An 18th century Ceylonese (Sri Lankan) castane The single edged steeled blade with inlaid gilt decoration, the horn hilt carved as a mythical beast, the finger guard similarly cast. 63.5 cm long. £ 400 - 600
Lot 283
A Perso-Afghan Pesh-Kab The single edged steel blade with mother-of-pearl and horn handle, the sheath stained leather. 30 cm long overall. £ 50 - 80
Lot 284
An Imperial Prussian officer's sword With channelled steel blade, Phrygian helmet pattern pommel, Imperial eagle cast guard incorporating Kaisheisa Wilhelm II crest and wire bound shagreen grip with further applied cypher. 93 cm long. £ 150 - 250
Lot 285
A 17th/18th century headsman's axe With flaring blade of flattened wedge shaped section, stamped twice with blacksmith's mark. 161 cm long overall. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 286
A Swedish M/1896 bayonet and scabbard by Eskilstuna Jernmanufaktur Aktie Bolag Variously stamped; together with a Danish M/62 bayonet and scabbard, marked for Haerens Tekniske Korps (Army Technical Corps); and a Continental Commando knife and scabbard, the blade marked WK & C, all with belt frogs. 35.5 cm, 31 cm and 35 cm long overall, respectively. (3) £ 100 - 150
Lot 287
A 19th century German etched steel suit of armour The helmet with hinged visor and full body armour, the breast plate etched with a crowned shield of a lion flanked by heraldic lions and dragon; together with a matching shield and a pike. The armour 180 cm high. (3) £ 2,000 - 3,000
Lot 288
A 17th/18th century Persian Kula Kud Of typical form, with etched silvered decoration; together with a brass mounted silvered Persian Dhal, of typical form with four bosses. The latter 35 cm diameter. (2) £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 289
A 19th century Maori green stone adze (Toki Pounamu) Of typical form. 8 cm long. £ 80 - 120
Lot 290
A 19th century Aboriginal carved boomerang One side with channelled decoration; together with another, smaller and later. The former 71 cm long. (2) £ 80 - 120
Lot 291
A South Sea Island tribal club Of slender curved form with chip carved decoration. 86 cm long. £ 300 - 500
Lot 292
A group of ethnographic pieces Comprising: an Aboriginal woomera (spear-thrower), a fly whisk, an African tribal spoon (probably Zulu), an African ivory mounted leather belt and a cattle switch. £ 200 - 300
Lot 293
A spiral carved wood tribal club 75 cm long. £ 150 - 250
Lot 294
A West African Yaure tribal mask Typically carved surmounted with the figure of a bird, old collection label to interior inscribed Yaure mask no. 76. 48.5 cm long. £ 400 - 600
Lot 295
Two 19th century Indo-Persian spears One a trident, the other a bident, the former with floral decoration, both with bamboo shafts. 241 cm and 233 cm long respectively. (2) £ 200 - 300
Lot 296
Two African Maasai tribe spears Of typical form. 189 cm and 175 cm long respectively. (2) £ 150 - 250
Lot 297
A 19th century African tribal carved wood sceptre With chip carved geometric decoration. 77 cm long. £ 50 - 80
Lot 298
An African carved ceremonial stool Worked as a twin headed beast with fan tail. 43 cm long. £ 100 - 150
Lot 299
A 19th century Dahomey Kingdom (Republic of Benin) Fon tribe Recade (sceptre) Of typical form, issuing serpent. 54 cm long. £ 100 - 150
Lot 300
An African carved bone and ebonised staff Surmounted with a boar's tooth. 98 cm long. £ 120 - 180
Lot 301
A West African Senufo tribe carved wood equestrian figure Typically worked. 44.5 cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 302
A Nkondi carved hippo ivory figural staff With copper wire bindings. 88 cm long overall. £ 100 - 150
Lot 303
A Zulu knobkerrie Of typical form; together with an estate made scythe with malacca shaft. 88 cm and 119 cm long respectively. (2) £ 50 - 80
Lot 304
An East African Maasai tribal sword With vellum bound handle and stained vellum sheath. 76 cm long. £ 60 - 80
Lot 305
A tribal hardwood hand club One side with carved decoration. 39 cm long. £ 150 - 250
Lot 306
A large carved Solomon Islands Nguzu Nguzu (canoe prow) Worked as a figurehead holding a bird and inlaid with mother-of-pearl. 37 cm high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 307
Two carved Samoan bowls Each of navette form with scroll carved borders. The larger 71.5 cm long. (2) £ 120 - 150
Lot 308
A carved wood Taiaha (chief's staff) Typically carved and inlaid with a mask issuing a stylised tongue. 156 cm long. £ 150 - 250
Lot 309
An African tribal spear, probably Masai With flattened blade and metal mounted shaft; together with another, similar but shorter. 93 cm and 160 cm long respectively (2) £ 300 - 500
Lot 310
An African tribal spear With flattened blade. 158 cm long. £ 150 - 250
Lot 311
An African carved tribal mask With applied plaited hair. 23.5 cm high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 312
A carved African tribal figure, possibly a fertility figure, probably West African Modelled as a female holding a child. 32 cm long. £ 100 - 150
Lot 313
A Massim, Trobriand Islands carved wood lime spatula Of cruciform section with flattened handle. 46 cm long. £ 40 - 60
Lot 314
A pair of Amazonian carved figures, possibly Urubu tribe Modelled as a male and female wearing elaborate headdresses and festooned with beads. 26 cm high. (2) £ 150 - 250
Lot 315
A carved African tribal figure Modelled naked with a goatee beard. 21 cm high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 316
A Nigerian Ekoi tribal mask Of grotesque form covered with antelope hide, mounted on a display stand. 50 cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 317
A terracotta tribal mask Of human form, mounted on a display stand. 23 cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 318
A tribal carved stone totem Carved as four figures beneath a bust, mounted on a display stand. 28 cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 319
An African tribal sceptre Modelled as a hornbill with natural beak, the head and neck covered in antelope hide, mounted on a display stand. 38 cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 320
An African tribal carved wooden mask Formed as a human face with overly large ears, mounted on a display stand. 29 cm high. £ 60 - 80
Lot 321
A Yoruba tribal carved hardwood sceptre The mask headed implement with bands of geometric carving, mounted on a display stand. 44.5 cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 322
A Mali tribal carved wooden lion mask Naturalistically modelled inset with small conch shells, mounted on a display stand. 31 cm high. £ 120 - 180
Lot 323
A 19th century West African Kingdom of Dahomey (Republic of Benin) Fon tribe commander's sword The single edged curved steel blade worked with a zoomorphic representation of the King, possibly a wild boar, the blade also decorated with a serpent, the handle carved with an animal mask and with coiled crossguard. 72 cm long. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 324
An antique African bronze tribal mask, possibly Benin 30 cm long. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 324a
A 19th century West African (Cameroon) carved Duala tribe ceremonial canoe paddle The flattened blade well carved in relief with figures, everyday objects such as hair combs and padlocks, stylised animals and figures with rifles interspersed with geometric decoration, the finial similarly carved and pierced. 151 cm long. £ 600 - 800
Lot 325
A Chinese scroll painting Worked with a horse and sunset, variously signed, inscribed and with red seal marks. 61 x 170 cm overall. £ 100 - 150
Lot 326
A Chinese painted scroll Worked with a pair of rats on a grain bale, calligraphic signature and red seal mark, in fitted box similarly signed. The scroll 75 cm wide. £ 100 - 150
Lot 327
CHINESE SCHOOL (20th century) Portrait of a Bearded Gentleman Oil on board 24.5 x 34.5 cm, framed £ 50 - 100
Lot 328
CHINESE SCHOOL (19th/20th century) Still Life Watercolour 19.5 x 15 cm, framed and glazed £ 50 - 100
Lot 329
CHINESE SCHOOL (19th century) The Steam Boat Hatinc Oil on board 60 x 33.5 cm, framed £ 400 - 600
Lot 330
JAPANESE SCHOOL (18th/19th century) Samurai and Woman with Fan Two woodblock prints Variously signed 24 x 36.5 cm, framed and glazed (2) £ 50 - 100
Lot 331
YOKOUCHI (19th/20th century) Japanese Autumn River Landscape With Bridge; together with Figures on a Village Path Watercolours Signed 33 x 49 cm, framed and glazed (a pair) (2) £ 300 - 400
Lot 332
HIROSHI YOSHIDA (1876-1950) Japanese Morning of Abuto Woodblock print from the Inland Sea Second Series, circa 1930 Signed and titled in pencil to margin 41 x 27 cm overall, unframed £ 50 - 100
Lot 333
UTAGAWA HIROSHIGE (1797-1858) Japanese A Sudden Shower Over Ohashi and Atake Woodblock print from the One Hundred Famous Views of Edo Series 25 x 37 cm overall, unframed £ 50 - 100
Lot 334
UTAGAWA TOYOKUNI II (1777-1835) Japanese Courtesan Holding a Pipe Watching a Pair of Ducks Aizuri-e woodblock print from the Five Modern Beauties Series 22 x 35 cm overall, unframed £ 50 - 100
Lot 335
JAPANESE SCHOOL (18th/19th century) River Landscape Woodblock print Variously signed; together with another, Seta Bridge at Biwa Lake, woodblock print, variously signed The former 25.5 x 37 cm, both unframed (2) £ 50 - 100
Lot 336
A Chinese silkwork purse Decorated with figures in a continuous garden with applied green stone plaque. 18 cm wide. £ 50 - 100
Lot 337
A Chinese 19th/20th century silkwork picture Worked with a temple gate, framed and glazed. 58.5 x 46.5 cm. £ 100 - 150
Lot 338
A 19th/20th century Chinese painting on silk Depicting figures in an interior, framed and glazed. 53 x 42 cm. £ 100 - 150
Lot 339
A Chinese embroidered silk bedspread The peach ground decorated with various birds and insects amongst foliage; together with two smaller silkwork panels, possibly pillow covers. Approximately 200 cms wide. (3) £ 2,000 - 3,000
Lot 340
A 19th century Chinese embroidered silkwork panel Decorated with various birds on water amongst trees, housed in a carved hardwood circular frame. 34.5 cms diameter. £ 600 - 800
Lot 341
A black silk kimono Typically embroidered with flowers; together with a Chinese gold thread embroidered silk dress, in the European style. The former 96 cm long. (2) £ 300 - 500
Lot 341a
A finely embroidered Chinese silk panel Decorated with birds and butterflies amongst foliage, framed and glazed. 213 cm wide. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 342
An antique Chinese carved terracotta brush pot, 16 Kingdoms Eastern Jin The exterior worked with precious objects and stylised beasts. 15 cm high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 343
A Chinese enamel snuff bottle Decorated with European scenes; together with a small Chinese glass snuff bottle with a coral lid carved with a koi. The former 10.5 cm high. (2) £ 50 - 80
Lot 344
A 19th century Chinese cloisonne shrine The upper section incorporating an inset recess, the base stepped, with allover lotus strapwork decoration. 52.5 cm high. £ 600 - 800
Lot 345
A late 18th/early 19th century Chinese carved Carnelian hardstone brush washer Worked with flowering lily pads. 6.5 cm high. £ 400 - 600
Lot 346
A late 18th/early 19th century Chinese white metal mounted carved brown agate snuff bottle and stopper Worked to each side with a dog and pup, the mounts finely engraved, the stopper hardstone set. 7 cm high. £ 200 - 400
Lot 347
Two Chinese carved hardstone snuff bottles Both with coloured hardstone stoppers. 8 cm and 6.5 cm high respectively. (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 348
A 19th century Chinese hardstone carving Worked as two rabbits on rockwork with a small cat carved to verso; together with an unusual opal carving of a Budai worked in typical pose. 5.5 cm and 3 cm high respectively. (2) £ 100 - 200
Lot 349
A very fine and rare 18th century Chinese champleve and hardstone set enamelled group of a peacock and peahen Naturalistically modelled on a rocky base issuing Lingxhi. 31 cm high. £ 4,000 - 6,000
Lot 350
A pair of Chinese cloisonne caddies and covers Of circular section decorated with precious objects. 9.5 cm high. (2) £ 100 - 200
Lot 351
A Chinese Canton enamel decorated vase Painted with precious objects; together with a Canton enamel wine cup; and two saucers with figural decoration and red painted seal mark. The vase 10 cm high. (4) £ 100 - 200
Lot 352
A Chinese porcelain snuff bottle Iron red painted with a warring figure and stylised bats, blue painted four character Chenghua mark to base. 6.5 cm high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 353
A Chinese shagreen spectacle case With carved jade toggle worked as a pair of fruit and enclosing a pair of tortoiseshell rimmed glasses. The case 15.5 cm long. £ 80 - 120
Lot 354
Two 19th century Chinese gilt metal dragon buckles Both worked with pierced and articulated dragons, the verso with etched floral decoration, one in two parts. 9 cm and 7.5 cm wide respectively. (2) £ 200 - 300
Lot 355
A Chinese cloisonne opium pipe Of typical form, decorated with bi disks and calligraphic script; together with a Chinese champleve and cloisonne box and cover, of slender oval form decorated with various shou characters symbolising longevity. 35.5 and 6 cm high respectively. (2) £ 50 - 100
Lot 356
A carved soapstone group Worked as a cockerel amongst floral sprays, standing on a carved and pierced base. 29.5 cm high. £ 50 - 100
Lot 357
A Chinese cloisonne plate Typically decorated with cranes in a river landscape with floral sprays. 27.5 cm diameter. £ 100 - 150
Lot 358
A Chinese cloisonne decorated bronze model of a wagon The top mounted with musicians above the main cloisonne decorated body decorated with dragons and other mythical beasts. 38 cm wide. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 359
A quantity of Chinese mother-of-pearl game counters Comprising: rectangular, circular and fish form, all typically decorated. £ 250 - 350
Lot 360
A Chinese carved horn figure, probably Shao Lao 25 cm high. £ 600 - 800
Lot 361
A pair of Chinese canton carved nuts Each profusely worked with figures. 4.5 cm high. (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 362
A Canton enamel snuff bottle Decorated with figures before a river and a mountainous landscape, the underside with four character blue painted mark. 6 cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 363
A small Chinese snuff bottle Of vase form, with twin mask handles carved with various animals amongst a landscape; together with another Chinese snuff bottle. The former 6 cm high. (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 364
A Chinese carved hardstone group Worked as a bearded sage sat upon a bamboo segment, on carved and pierced plinth base. 19 cm high overall. £ 80 - 120
Lot 365
A 19th century cloisonne figure of Guanyin Modelled seated holding a ruyi sceptre and seated on a dog-of-fo. 49 cm high. £ 1,500 - 2,500
Lot 366
A Chinese carved soapstone seal Surmounted with the figure of a scholar. 10 cm high. £ 30 - 50
Lot 367
A Chinese Canton enamel snuff bottle and stopper Decorated with figural vignettes on a lotus strapwork ground. 8 cm high. £ 70 - 100
Lot 368
A pair of Chinese unmarked white metal filigree and cloisonne models of ducks One looking forward, the other looking backwards. The largest 13 cm wide. (2) £ 200 - 300
Lot 369
A good quality cloisonne box and cover Decorated with imitation basket work panels. 29.5 cm wide. £ 450 - 550
Lot 370
An 18th century Chinese carved rhinoceros horn wine cup Of typical form with shallow bowl 10.5 cm diameter. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 371
A late 19th century Chinese cloisonne censer Modelled as a duck, standing on a pierced base. 23.5 cm high. £ 1,200 - 1,500
Lot 372
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 cm high. (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 373
A late 19th/early 20th century Japanese lacquered postcard album The cover decorated with a landscape, Mount Fuji in the distance, the postcards mainly hand tinted and black and white views of Japan. The album 36 cm wide. £ 100 - 150
Lot 374
A late 19th century Japanese wall charger Decorated with various figures and Samurai warriors, the underside with cast seal mark. 30 cm diameter. £ 500 - 800
Lot 375
Two small Japanese metal plates One decorated with a courtly figure, the other with musicians. Each 18 cm diameter. (2) £ 400 - 600
Lot 376
A Japanese cloisonne box The hinged domed cover decorated with cranes on a black ground, the interior engraved with Mount Fuji. 14 cm wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 377
A 19th century Japanese cloisonne vase Of slender form, decorated overall with lotus strapwork, old label to base for Roy Davids Collection. 25 cm high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 378
A Chinese bronze samovar The spout modelled as a dragon's head. 24 cm high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 379
A Chinese bronzed spatula Gilt decorated with figures, bats and archaic calligraphic script and four character Kangxi mark. 31.5 cm long. £ 50 - 100
Lot 380
A Ming Dynasty Chinese bronze censor Robustly cast with applied dragons, standing on tripod feet, cast six character Xuande mark to base. 23.5 cm high. £ 500 - 700
Lot 381
A pair of 17th/18th century Chinese bronze bottle vases Each with onion neck and applied salamander. 19.5 cm high. (2) £ 300 - 500
Lot 382
A 19th century Oriental bronze vase Of bulbous form with mythical beast mask decoration, standing on a spreading foot. 18.5 cm high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 383
A Chinese bronze figure Modelled as a seated scholar holding a scroll; together with another Chinese bronze figure, modelled as a crouched figure in traditional costume. 6 cm and 6.5 cm high respectively. (2) £ 200 - 300
Lot 384
A Chinese bronzed lead tiger Modelled crouching before bamboo sprays. 7 cm long. £ 200 - 300
Lot 385
A Chinese bronze twin handled censor Cast with six character Xuande mark. 14 cm wide. £ 300 - 500
Lot 386
A Chinese archaistic style patinated bronze figure of a deity Modelled seated in flowing robes and holding a ruyi sceptre, standing on lappet cast base, the reverse with calligraphic inscription. 25 cm high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 387
A pair of Chinese bronze and gilded scroll weights Both worked with dancing children and symbols of good fortune. 25 cm long. (2) £ 300 - 500
Lot 388
A Chinese bronze and gilded figure of Guanyin Modelled sitting atop a rocky outcrop. 18 cm high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 389
A Chinese gilded bronze turquoise and coral set figure of a deity Modelled seated cross legged on a lappet cast plinth base, cruciform mark to base. 47 cm high. £ 500 - 700
Lot 390
A Chinese bronze mounted blue decorated vase, converted to a lamp The baluster vase decorated with warring figures. 57 cm high overall. £ 200 - 300
Lot 391
An Eastern patinated bronze vase Of ovoid form with scrollwork decoration, the underside with engraved signature. 17 cm high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 392
A Chinese bronze censor Of typical squat bulbous form with twin angular handles with a pierced and carved hardwood removable lid, standing on three squat feet, the underside with cast four character seal mark. 16.5 cm wide. £ 300 - 500
Lot 393
A Chinese bronze and cloisonne censor Modelled as a bird, the detachable wings forming the cover. 20.5 cm high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 394
A pair of Chinese bronze altar pricket sticks With lappet cast drip pans and crane cast collars, standing on mythical beast masks and hexagonal plinth base. 44 cm high. £ 250 - 350
Lot 395
A late 19th century Chinese patinated bronze censor Of pagoda form with twin scrolling handles, standing on mask headed feet, the underside with seal mark. 38 cm high. £ 180 - 220
Lot 396
A Ming period gilt bronze Buddha Typically modelled in the lotus position with traces of original gilt paint. 20 cm high. £ 600 - 800
Lot 397
A large Chinese bronze temple bell The domed exterior with a band of lappet and foliate decoration above bands of calligraphic decoration, mounted on a later carved hardwood stand. 61 cm diameter. £ 2,000 - 3,000
Lot 398
A Meiji period Japanese bronze figure Modelled as a reclining female in loosely fitting robe, on integral oval plinth base. 26.5 cm high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 399
A Japanese Meiji period bronze figure Modelled as a female musician, impressed signature to base. 42 cm high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 400
A Meiji period Japanese bronze vase With mixed metal decoration, three character signature to base. 16 cm high. £ 250 - 350
Lot 401
A Japanese Meiji period patinated bronze model of tiger Naturalistically modelled on all fours, standing on a carved wooden plinth base. 73 cm wide. £ 3,000 - 5,000
Lot 402
A Japanese inlaid bronze vase Decorated with a family of chickens. 21 cm high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 403
A pair of Japanese bronze vases With slender hexagonal section necks, the baluster bodies decorated with birds amongst bamboo sprays. 24.5 cm high. (2) £ 150 - 250
Lot 404
A Japanese bronze censor and cover In three sections, the pierced cover cast with a serpent amongst pine trees, the main body with similarly cast twin handles, the body cast with birds amongst floral sprays, the base cast as a rocky outcrop. 52 cm high overall. £ 450 - 650
Lot 405
A Japanese bronze censor and cover Cast as a bird of prey pinning a hare on a naturalistically cast base. 29 cm high. £ 350 - 450
Lot 406
A large late 19th century Japanese patinated bronze figure Modelled as a scholarly gentleman wearing robes decorated with birds amongst clouds, holding a staff, standing on a naturalistic rocky base. 47 cm high. £ 500 - 800
Lot 407
A Japanese inlaid bronze lamp base Worked with birds and blossom sprays with gilt metal mounts. 51.5 cm high overall. £ 300 - 500
Lot 407a
A Japanese Meiji period bronze figure Modelled as a boy carrying a dog on his shoulders, two character signature to base. 45 cm high. £ 2,500 - 3,500
Lot 407b
A Japanese Meiji period bronze group Modelled as a young lady in traditional costume with a puppy tugging at her clothing, impressed seal mark to base. 53 cm high. £ 2,000 - 3,000
Lot 408
A Chinese hardwood box The sides mounted with abacus beads. 20 cm wide. £ 40 - 60
Lot 409
A pair of Chinese carved hardwood scroll weights One worked with a phoenix, the other with a dragon. 28 cm long. (2) £ 50 - 100
Lot 410
A Chinese carved bamboo figure of a sage Modelled seated, holding a scroll. 16.5 cm high. £ 50 - 100
Lot 411
A Chinese carved hardwood figure of The Laughing Buddha Typically worked with child attendants. 47.5 cm high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 412
A finely carved Chinese hardwood scholar's table screen Inset with a hardstone panel. 41 cm wide. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 413
An Eastern carved wood card case Profusely worked and pierced with exotic birds amongst foliate scrolls centred with an eagle crest roundel. 12 cm long. £ 100 - 150
Lot 414
A pair of Chinese carved wooden monkey groups Each worked as a crouching monkey with another riding piggyback, both with glass inset eyes. 22 cm high. (2) £ 150 - 250
Lot 415
A late 19th/early 20th century Chinese carved wooden ruyi sceptre Of typical form, the head carved with a dragon, the central handle carved with four seal marks. 45 cm high. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 416
A pair of antique polychrome painted carved wooden models of Buddha Each typically modelled seated in the lotus position on a spreading plinth base. Each 16 cm high. (2) £ 300 - 500
Lot 417
A Chinese carved bamboo brush pot Carved in the round with figures and pagodas amongst a landscape, one side with carved signature. 19.5 cm high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 418
A 19th century Chinese lacquered casket The hinged cover flanked with carrying handles, decorated overall on a red ground. 41 cm high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 419
A pair of Chinese carved jade pomanders Each with pierced baluster body and cover. 5.5 cms high. (2) £ 40 - 60
Lot 420
A Chinese carved jade kong Each side carved with a mythical beast. 8 cm long. £ 50 - 100
Lot 421
A large Chinese carved russet jade model of a bull Naturalistically modelled. 22.5 cm long. £ 400 - 600
Lot 422
A Chinese carved green and russet jade bowl The exterior worked with archaic script. 15 cm diameter. £ 300 - 500
Lot 423
A Chinese carved spinach jade brush washer Worked as a flowering fruit. 9 cms wide. £ 80 - 100
Lot 424
A Chinese carved russet jade brush washer Modelled as a peach and two monkeys. 5.5 cm wide. £ 50 - 100
Lot 425
A Chinese carved russet jade triple brush washer Worked as flowering fruits. 13 cm wide. £ 80 - 100
Lot 426
A Chinese carved jade snuff bottle and stopper The shoulders carved with stylised dragon masks. 6.5 cm high. £ 50 - 100
Lot 427
A Chinese carved jade disc Worked with mythical beasts amongst flowering fruit and vegetables. 10 cm long. £ 80 - 100
Lot 428
A Chinese carved jade brush washer Worked as a fruit with two monkeys. 9 cm long. £ 50 - 100
Lot 429
A Chinese carved russet jade brush washer Worked as a leaf. 12.5 cm long. £ 80 - 100
Lot 430
A Chinese carved jade group Worked as a leaping carp amongst lilies, on carved and pierced wood base. 18.5 cm high overall. £ 100 - 150
Lot 431
A Chinese pale apple green carved jade snuff bottle With red coral stopper. 6.5 cm high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 432
A pair of Chinese Republic Period carved speckled green and black jade vases 10 cm high. (2) £ 200 - 300
Lot 433
A Chinese carved jade bi disc Worked and pierced as two butterflies; together with a carved and pierced jade articulated pendant with suspension ring. The former 6 cm diameter. (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 434
A Chinese carved pale jade plaque Decorated with a dragon amongst clouds. 9 cm wide. £ 400 - 600
Lot 435
A carved russet jade pendant Of axe form, carved with mermen and gilt decorated. 14 cm wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 436
An 18th century Chinese carved jade tablet Decorated with a deer and a bat in a tree filled landscape. 7 cm wide. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 437
A Chinese carved jade pebble Worked with a mythical beast. 7 cm wide. £ 100 - 200
Lot 438
A Chinese Canton carved ivory puzzle ball and stand Typically intricately carved. 30.5 cm high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 439
A Chinese Canton carved ivory card case Profusely worked with figures in various pursuits in a garden landscape. 10 cm high. £ 250 - 350
Lot 440
A Chinese Canton carved ivory cribbage board Profusely worked with figural vignettes amongst foliate scrolls. 25 cm long. £ 300 - 500
Lot 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. £ 400 - 600
Lot 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. £ 600 - 800
Lot 443
A Chinese ivory archers ring The plain band of typical form. 2.75 cm high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 444
A 19th century Chinese carved ivory group Worked as two scholars holding flowers, incised signature to base. 25.5 cm high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 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. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 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. £ 250 - 350
Lot 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. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 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. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 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. £ 2,000 - 3,000
Lot 450
A late 19th century Japanese shibayama inlaid ivory strutt mirror The frame typically inset with various insects. 17.5 cm high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 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. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 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) £ 400 - 600
Lot 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) £ 200 - 300
Lot 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. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 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. £ 300 - 500
Lot 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. £ 100 - 150
Lot 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. £ 1,500 - 2,500
Lot 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. £ 700 - 900
Lot 459
A 19th century Vienna porcelain mounted mantle clock Decorated with various figures and cherubs. 46 cm high. £ 3,000 - 5,000
Lot 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) £ 1,500 - 2,500
Lot 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) £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 462
A small 19th century gilt bronze mantel clock The finial mounted stepped top above a silvered dial with Arabic numerals. 18 cm high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 463
A bronze Cartel clock Of typical form with floral scrolling decoration surmounted with an urn finial. 65 cm high. £ 400 - 600
Lot 464
A Hamilton Weathercaster brass cased desk clock Of rotating square form incorporating timepiece, thermometer, barometer and hygrometer, numbered 662619. 12.5 cm high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 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. £ 350 - 450
Lot 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. £ 100 - 150
Lot 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. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 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. £ 5,000 - 8,000
Lot 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) £ 400 - 600
Lot 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. £ 700 - 900
Lot 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) £ 2,500 - 3,500
Lot 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. £ 1,800 - 2,200
Lot 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. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 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. £ 300 - 500
Lot 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. £ 100 - 150
Lot 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. £ 700 - 900
Lot 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. £ 600 - 800
Lot 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. £ 400 - 600
Lot 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. £ 300 - 500
Lot 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. £ 2,000 - 3,000
Lot 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. £ 350 - 450
Lot 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. £ 2,000 - 3,000
Lot 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. £ 3,000 - 5,000
Lot 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. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 485
A late 19th century onyx portico mystery clock Of columnar form with a central falling timepiece. 37.5 cm high. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 486
An enamel decorated ormolu desk timepiece Formed as a cherub, holding an inlaid panel with inset clock face. 18.5 cm high. £ 550 - 650
Lot 487
A Victorian mahogany cased drop dial wall clock The twelve inch white painted dial with Roman numerals and fusee movement. 53 cm high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 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. £ 450 - 550
Lot 487b
An unmarked silver filigree novelty desk timepiece Formed as birds in a cage, on an ebonised domed base. 14.5 cm high. £ 500 - 800
Lot 488
A 19th century mahogany cased bracket clock The white painted dial signed Pritchard, Birmingham, with Roman numerals and four pillar bell striking fusee movement, the bracket with carved bust. The clock 45 cm high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 489
A Persian white metal vase, hallmarked for Isfahan and 81% purity mark Of spherical form, decorated with engraved figural vignettes within embossed scrolling vines interspersed with exotic birds. 22 cm high. £ 400 - 600
Lot 490
An early 20th century unmarked Indian silver tray With a pierced border centrally decorated with buildings amongst a mountainous landscape and centred with an inscribed presentation cartouche. 39.5 cm wide. £ 250 - 350
Lot 491
A Victorian silver coursing trophy vase, hallmarked London 1890, maker's mark of Frederick Sibray & Job Frank Hall Embossed with acanthus leaves and engraved Hamerton Coursing 1891. 24.5 cm high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 492
A Victorian silver pepperette - WITHDRAWN £ 80 - 120
Lot 493
A George V silver card case, hallmarked Birmingham 1911, maker's mark of Robert Chandler, retailed by Saqui & Lawrence, Piccadilly Circus Extensively worked with foliate scrolls enclosing a cartouche engraved EAN and dated 26.6.17. 9 cm long. £ 100 - 150
Lot 494
A George V silver table snuff, hallmarked London 1911, maker's mark of Fanny Benjamin, retailed by Asprey, London Of rectangular form with all over engine turning. 11 cm wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 495
A silver and enamelled cigarette case, hallmarked London 1958, maker's mark of H.D.S, retailed by Benzie Cowes With all over engine turning, the cover enamelled Latifa R.Y.S., R.O.R.C. and four pennants spelling MLLX, the interior inscribed Colin From Mike. 12 cm wide. £ 40 - 60
Lot 496
A George V silver three piece tea set, the teapot hallmarked Sheffield 1918, maker's mark of Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd, the cream jug and sucrier hallmarked for Sheffield 1915, maker's mark of Roberts & Belk Each piece with gadrooned band and rim with anthemion corners, standing on ball feet. The teapot 14 cm high. (3) £ 300 - 500
Lot 497
A William IV silver seven bar toast rack, hallmarked London 1835, maker's mark of Charles Thomas Fox The pierced and foliate cast handle above twin arched divisions, standing on pierced acanthus cast scroll feet. 15 cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 498
A William IV silver sauce jug, hallmarked London 1835, maker's mark of Edward, Edward Junior, John & W. Barnard The lobed body with foliate cast shoulders, shaped rim and acanthus cast handle, standing on scroll feet. 13.5 cm high. £ 50 - 100
Lot 499
A pair of Edwardian silver chocolate pots, hallmarked Birmingham 1901, maker's mark of Thomas Hayes Each of typical form with turned wood handle, both crested. 18 cm high. (2) £ 150 - 250
Lot 500
A George III silver pedestal sauce boat, hallmarked London 1795, maker's mark of Peter & Ann Bateman With reeded rim, loop handle and spreading foot. 15.5 cm high overall. £ 50 - 100
Lot 501
A George III silver coffee pot, hallmarked London 1762, maker's mark indistinct The later embossed baluster body with acanthus cast spout and boxwood handle, the hinged cover with pineapple finial, standing on a spreading foot, engraved Moor's head crest. 27 cm high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 502
A Victorian silver taperstick, hallmarked Birmingham 1892, maker's mark of George Wish Of typical form with cast decoration. 8.5 cm high. £ 80 - 120
Lot 503
A silver soup ladle, hallmarked Sheffield 1940, maker's mark of William Hutton & Sons Ltd 32.5 cm long. £ 50 - 100
Lot 504
An Edwardian silver Stilton scoop, hallmarked London 1905, maker's mark of William Hutton & Sons Ltd Together with a Victorian silver crumb scoop, hallmarked Sheffield 1899, maker's mark of George Howson. The former 20.5 cms long; the latter 33 cm long. (2) £ 80 - 120
Lot 505
A matched silver condiment set, retailed by Collingwood of Conduit Street Limited, London Comprising: a pair of George III pepper pots, hallmarked London 1768, maker's mark of John Delmester & Johns Manns, a pair of George III salt cellars, hallmarked London 1761, maker's mark of David Hennell, a George III mustard, hallmarked London 1810, maker's mark of John Bridge, a George III mustard, hallmarked London 1801, maker's mark of AK and two pairs of George III salt/mustard spoons, in fitted case for Collingwood of Conduit Street Limited. £ 200 - 300
Lot 506
A George V silver sugar basket, hallmarked Chester 1912, maker's mark indistinct The pierced and chased bowl with blue glass liner and swing handle, standing on a pedestal foot. 20 cm high overall. £ 200 - 300
Lot 507
A pair of George V silver mounted enamel decorated cut glass perfume bottles, hallmarked Birmingham 1926 and 1927, maker's mark of Adie Brothers Ltd 15.5 cm high. (2) £ 150 - 250
Lot 508
A silver novelty desk stand, hallmarked London 1923, maker's mark of Albert Clarke Modelled as a vintage car, possibly a 1902 Baby Peugeot, the boot a stamp box, the hinged seat revealing an inkwell. 13 cm long. £ 600 - 800
Lot 509
A Victorian pierced silver and dish and cover, hallmarked Birmingham 1856, maker's mark of William Gough The domed cover with lion finial, the body with lion mask ring handles, standing on lions paw feet with milk glass liner. 13.5 cm high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 510
Two Art Nouveau style silver photograph frames, one hallmarked London 1987, maker's mark of RBB, the other hallmarked London 1989, maker's mark of SS The largest 25.5 cm high. (2) £ 200 - 300
Lot 511
A matched George IV silver three piece tea set, the teapot hallmarked London 1822, maker's mark of EF, the sugar bowl and cream jug hallmarked London 1824, maker's mark of WE Each piece with floral scrolling embossed decoration and engraved with a crest. The teapot 27 cms wide. £ 300 - 500
Lot 512
A George IV silver coffee pot, hallmarked London 1820, maker's mark of IET The front decorated with a cipher, the underside with a presentation inscription from HRH The Duke of Kent. 21.5 cm high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 513
A pair of George III silver entree dishes and covers, hallmarked London 1792, maker's mark of Peter Podie Each of octagonal section with reeded edge and handles, crested. 38 cm wide overall. (2) £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 514
A George III silver mug, hallmarked London 1770, makers mark indistinct Of waisted form with an acanthus capped scrolling handle, standing on a spreading domed foot, the front with engraved monogram. 11.25 cm high. £ 250 - 350
Lot 515
An Edward VII enamel decorated silver mantel clock, hallmarked Birmingham 1903, maker's mark of The Douglas Clock Company Of balloon form, fronted with an enamel floral panel. 16 cm high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 516
A pair of silver candlesticks, hallmarked London 1900, maker's mark of Thomas Bradbury & Sons Of neo-classical design, loaded. 31 cm high. (2) £ 200 - 300
Lot 517
A 925 Sterling silver pepperette, maker's mark of TC & SM Limited Formed as a French bulldog, modelled seated. 6.5 cm high. £ 500 - 800
Lot 518
A George III pear shaped silver coffee pot, hallmarked London 1778, maker's mark of John Schofield With embossed acanthus floral decoration, the hinged lid mounted with a Chinese figural finial. 19.5 cm high. £ 600 - 800
Lot 519
A pair of George III Irish silver decanter labels, hallmarked Dublin 1807, makers mark indistinct Of canted rectangular form, inscribed Whiskey and Rum; together with a pair of George V silver decanter labels, hallmarked London 1924, maker's mark of J.H.T, of canted rectangular form, pierced Port and Vintage Port. (4) £ 50 - 100
Lot 520
A pair of George III silver decanter labels, hallmarked Sheffield 1794, maker's mark of M. Fenton & Co. Of canted crescent form, inscribed Port and Claret; together with another en suite, but unmarked, inscribed Madeira. (3) £ 50 - 100
Lot 520a
An Irish Trout Fly Fishing Competition Committee National Angling Championship Challenge silver cup, hallmarked Dublin 1939, maker's mark of West & Son Won by Corrib 1938, variously inscribe and with facsimile signature for George E. Wilson. 10.5 cm high. £ 50 - 100
Lot 520b
A Louis Lejeune Ltd chromed car mascot Modelled as a dachshund, stamped mark to base. 10 cm long. £ 50 - 100
Lot 521
A 19th century silver ladle, assay and date marks indistinct, maker's mark of John & Henry & Charles Lias Kings pattern. 35.5 cm long. £ 100 - 150
Lot 522
A matched suite of George III silver flatware Comprising: eight tablespoons, hallmarked London 1816, maker's mark of William Eley & William Fearn; eight table forks, hallmarked London 1815 and 1816, maker's mark of William Eley & William Fearn and London 1836, maker's mark of Mary Chawner; eight spoons, hallmarked London 1815 and 1816, maker's mark of William Eley & William Fearn; and eight forks, hallmarked London 1816, maker's mark of William Eley & William Fearn and London 1825, maker's mark of John & Henry & Charles Lias, Kings pattern. £ 500 - 800
Lot 523
A 19th century Dutch silver Lodderein box Of typical form, the cover and base inset with silver Dutch Virgin coin. 5 cm high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 524
A pair of large white metal shoe buckles, probably Continental Both stamped. 9.5 cm wide. (2) £ 200 - 300
Lot 525
A novelty white metal pepper In the form of a bird; together with a white metal novelty salt in the form of a chick; a white metal shell salt; and a white metal mounted boar's tooth knife rest. The former 4.5 cm high. (4) £ 100 - 150
Lot 526
A French silver mounted glass caviar dish, bowl and caviar spoon by Cartier, Paris, the bowl rim with 925 purity mark, maker's mark, Mercure Export mark, stamped Argent, Made in France, Cartier Paris and numbered 313192 The dish ring and spoon similarly marked, in fitted case. The bowl 18.5 cm diameter. £ 500 - 700
Lot 527
A Dutch silver model of a shoe With pierced and embossed decoration. 12 cm long. £ 80 - 120
Lot 528
An early 20th century Continental 800 silver mounted carved wooden box and cover The removable lid mounted with three nuts, the chip carved main body above three walnut form feet. 15 cm diameter. £ 300 - 500
Lot 528a
A Swedish silver circular box and cover, hallmarked 1804, maker's mark of PZ The cover inset with a 1788 Brazilian 320 Reis coin. 7.5 cm diameter. £ 50 - 100
Lot 529
A pair of 19th century Chinese silver nail guards Typically pierced and decorated; together with three further Chinese silver nail guards, similar but smaller; a Chinese silver bi disc; two Chinese silver pendants; and a Chinese silver ring. The former 9.5 cm long. (9) £ 150 - 250
Lot 530
A Chinese Export white metal card case, probably by Wang Hing Worked with a chrysanthemum and a vacant cartouche opposing four calligraphic roundels amongst bamboo sprays. 9.5 cm long. £ 200 - 300
Lot 531
A Meiji-Taisho period Japanese unmarked silver picture frame Worked with an eagle worrying two smaller birds amongst blossom sprays. 24.5 cm high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 532
A cased Chinese enamel decorated silver dressing table set Comprising: hand mirror, a brush, comb, and a lidded pot, each decorated with floral enamel work and set with cabochons. The case 39 cm wide. £ 2,000 - 3,000
Lot 533
A 19th century Chinese silver trophy cup The main body embossed with various warring figures amongst pagodas and bearing a vacant cartouche, the stem formed from two entwined dragons over the cloud filled stepped base, the underside marked with maker's mark of LC. 21.5 cm high. £ 3,000 - 5,000
Lot 534
An early 20th century Chinese silver pepperette formed as Buddha Typically modelled seated; together with another Chinese silver pepperette of architectural form. The former 5.25 cm high. (2) £ 80 - 120
Lot 535
Eleven 19th/20th century Chinese silver figures Representing various trades in various poses, stamped Sterling Hong Kong. The tallest 5.5 cm high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 536
A Chinese white metal pierced bowl Decorated with scrollwork vignettes, standing on a tapering foot, the rim detachable. 22.5 cm diameter. £ 400 - 600
Lot 537
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. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 538
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. £ 1,200 - 1,500
Lot 539
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. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 540
A Russian silver and champleve enamel kovsh, marks indistinct Of typical form. 8.5 cm long. £ 500 - 700
Lot 541
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. £ 100 - 150
Lot 542
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. £ 100 - 150
Lot 543
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) £ 50 - 100
Lot 544
A pair of white metal mounted blue glass decanters The mounts vine cast, both in white metal stands en suite. 36 cm high. (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 545
A white metal framed three fold table screen, indistinct hallmarks and stamped Germany Each glass panel floral etched. 39 cm wide. £ 120 - 150
Lot 546
A white metal mounted green glass jug Formed as a parakeet. 16 cm high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 547
A white metal box and cover, maker's mark of Roger Squires Of slender form the cover domed. 10.5 cm high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 548
An Art Nouveau WMF style wine bottle valet Of typical form with pierced organic decoration. 38 cm wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 549
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) £ 60 - 80
Lot 550
A 19th century amboyna tray With kingwood crossbanding, central satinwood fan inlay and silver plated gallery. 74.5 cm wide. £ 150 - 250
Lot 550a
A pair of silver plated salts Each modelled as a dog sat expectantly beside a gilded bowl. 5 cm high. (2) £ 50 - 100
Lot 551
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) £ 600 - 800
Lot 552
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. £ 200 - 300
Lot 553
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) £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 554
A Continental Sterling silver and blue guilloche enamelled cigarette case The interior gilded. 8.5 cm long. £ 80 - 120
Lot 555
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. £ 600 - 800
Lot 556
A yellow metal framed Chalcedony seal The hinged matrix worked with a three masted ship. 4.5 cm high. £ 30 - 50
Lot 557
A George V silver and shagreen cigarette case, hallmarked London 1931, maker's mark of V.M. 9 cm wide. £ 50 - 100
Lot 558
Nine Halcyon Days enamel boxes and a Halcyon Days enamel bonbonniere Variously decorated, all in fitted boxes. (10) £ 200 - 300
Lot 559
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. £ 1,800 - 2,200
Lot 560
A Russian champleve enamel and karelian birch spoon Of typical form. 19.5 cm long. £ 300 - 500
Lot 561
A pair of Russian white metal champleve enamelled tongs, indistinctly marked Of typical form. 14 cm long. £ 200 - 300
Lot 562
A Continental yellow metal mounted porcelain etui, mark's indistinct The case decorated with floral sprays, the interior fitted. 11 cm high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 563
An Edward VII enamel decorated silver photograph frame, hallmarked Birmingham 1904, maker's mark of H & T With flowing floral decoration. 33 cm high. £ 500 - 800
Lot 564
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Lot 565
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. £ 1,200 - 1,500
Lot 566
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. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 567
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. £ 1,500 - 2,500
Lot 568
Five enamel decorated silver photograph frames Of varying shapes and sizes, each with floral decoration. The largest 13.5 cm high. (5) £ 600 - 800
Lot 569
A large enamel decorated unmarked silver photograph frame Of rectangular form with floral decoration. 21 cm high. £ 250 - 350
Lot 570
An enamel decorated silver triple photograph frame Of lobed rectangular form with floral decoration, stamped 925. 15.5 cm wide. £ 250 - 350
Lot 571
An enamel decorated silver photograph frame The white guilloche enamel mounted with silver floral appliques stamped 925. 13 cm wide. £ 300 - 500
Lot 572
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. £ 550 - 650
Lot 573
A pair of gilt metal and enamel decorated opera glasses Painted with a rural couple at rest, cased. The glasses 10 cm wide. £ 300 - 500
Lot 574
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. £ 300 - 500
Lot 575
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. £ 400 - 600
Lot 576
A George VI 9 ct gold cigarette case, hallmarked Birmingham 1939 Monogrammed and engraved From MW. 8.5 cm wide. £ 400 - 600
Lot 577
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. £ 50 - 100
Lot 578
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. £ 1,500 - 2,500
Lot 579
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. £ 300 - 500
Lot 580
A 19th century gold and silver pique inlaid tortoiseshell snuff box Of hinged oval form with an unmarked gold lip. 8.5 cm wide. £ 250 - 350
Lot 581
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. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 582
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. £ 1,500 - 2,500
Lot 583
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. £ 1,500 - 2,500
Lot 584
A Rolex stainless steel Oyster Perpetual Turn-o-Graph gentleman's wristwatch The signed black dial with gilt printing, luminous hour markers, Mercedes hands and rotating bezel, the case stamped Brevet 6202 and numbered 953406. £ 1,500 - 2,500
Lot 585
An 800 silver Omega pocket watch The white dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary sweep seconds, the case with traces of gold plating. 5 cm diameter. £ 80 - 120
Lot 586
An 18 ct gold repeating half hunter pocket watch The white enamel dial with Roman and Arabic numerals and subsidiary sweep seconds dial inscribed Dent, 61 Strand & 4 Royal Exchange, London 41609, housed in original plush lined case. 5 cm diameter. £ 3,500 - 4,500
Lot 587
A silver and enamel pocket watch The dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary sweep seconds, the reverse decorated in enamel with a classical bust. 4.75 cm diameter. £ 300 - 500
Lot 588
An unusual French unmarked silver multi-dial pocket watch The enamel and silvered dials set amongst gilt scroll and floral engravings. 6.25 cm diameter. £ 1,200 - 1,800
Lot 589
A small pocket watch The enamel dial decorated with playing cards. 4.75 cm diameter. £ 100 - 150
Lot 590
A Judaica pocket watch The enamel dial with subsidiary sweep seconds, the reverse decorated with a religious scribe. 5 cm diameter. £ 250 - 350
Lot 591
A Minimax mother-of-pearl Masonic pocket watch The circular dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary sweep seconds decorated with various Masonic emblems. 5 cm diameter. £ 200 - 300
Lot 592
An enamel decorated pocket watch The reverse of the case decorated with an early motor racing scene, the white dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary sweep seconds inscribed Doxa. 5.25 cm diameter. £ 100 - 150
Lot 593
A World War II Luftwaffe pilot's wristwatch Of typical oversized form with a black dial. 5.5 cm diameter. £ 1,200 - 1,800
Lot 594
A 19th century Swiss enamel decorated and diamond set pocket watch The diamond set bezel surrounding the white enamel dial with Roman and Arabic numerals and inscribed Baumier A Geneve, the reverse with an enamel portrait roundel of a young girl, beneath a diamond set crown. 4.25 cm diameter. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 595
A Victorian seed pearl set 15 ct gold pendant on 9 ct gold chain The pendant formed as an eight pointed star interspersed with crescents. 3.5 cm diameter. £ 350 - 450
Lot 596
A diamond set 18 ct gold three stone crossover ring The central stone approximately 0.25 carat; together with insurance valuation for £2,320. £ 600 - 800
Lot 597
A diamond set 18 ct white gold and platinum daisy ring In fitted case. £ 200 - 300
Lot 598
An Art Deco pearl and diamond set platinum target ring In fitted case. £ 600 - 800
Lot 599
A ruby, sapphire, turquoise and diamond set yellow metal bar brooch Formed as three birds perched on a branch, in case for Finnaghans Ltd, New Bond Street. 5.5 cm wide. £ 300 - 500
Lot 600
A string of 108 carved jade Buddhist prayer beads 122 cm long overall. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 601
A 16th/17th century Celtic design gold ring, unmarked In associated fitted case. £ 1,500 - 2,500
Lot 602
A fine quality Victorian high relief hardstone carved cameo brooch In enamel decorated gold frame, in associated case for Goulding & Co., Plymouth. 5 x 6 cm. £ 1,500 - 2,500
Lot 603
An Arts & Crafts gem set and silver wire worked rose quartz pendant necklace, possibly by Dorrie Nossitier or Sibyl Dunlop The pendant 8.5 cm long. £ 700 - 800
Lot 604
A Victorian Scottish hardstone set white metal pebble brooch Formed as the Mercat Cross of Edinburgh, registration lozenge to verso for May 13th 1868. 7.5 cm long. £ 500 - 700
Lot 605
An 18 ct white gold pearl set solitaire ring The pearl 7.5 cm diameter. £ 150 - 250
Lot 606
A single strand pearl necklace With diamond set white metal clasp, the pearls graduated. Approximately 41 cm long overall. £ 350 - 450
Lot 607
A single strand pearl necklace With diamond and sapphire set white metal clasp, the pearls graduated. 45.5 cm long overall. £ 350 - 450
Lot 608
A Victorian yellow metal mounted carved hardstone cameo stickpin Worked as a Roman in profile, in fitted case for J.J. Durrant, London. 9.5 cm long. £ 200 - 300
Lot 609
A Christian Dior necklace and earrings en suite The clasp stamped Made in Germany for Christian Dior 1964, in Bijoux Christian Dior box. The necklace approximately 44 cm long. £ 250 - 350
Lot 610
A carved jade bead necklace with peach carved pendant The necklace approximately 56.5 cm long. £ 250 - 350
Lot 611
An Indian pearl and ruby set enamel decorated necklace Each enamel section interspersed with strung beads. Approximately 66 cm long overall. £ 250 - 350
Lot 612
A carved jade pendant Worked with monkeys. 5 cm long. £ 200 - 300
Lot 613
A Chinese carved jade bangle Light green. 8.5 cm diameter. £ 50 - 100
Lot 614
A Chinese cultured pearl necklace With white metal clasp stamped Silver, in fitted case. £ 50 - 100
Lot 615
A Chinese cultured pink pearl necklace With white metal clasp, stamped 925, in fitted case. £ 50 - 100
Lot 616
A Chinese cultured gold pearl necklace, with yellow metal clasp, in fitted case. £ 100 - 150
Lot 617
A Chinese carved spinach jade bangle 8.5 cm diameter. £ 80 - 100
Lot 618
A Chinese carved spinach jade bangle 8 cm diameter. £ 80 - 100
Lot 619
A Chinese carved spinach jade bangle Boxed. 8.5 cm diameter. £ 80 - 100
Lot 620
An Edwardian diamond set unmarked white and yellow metal bar brooch Worked with the name Corcyra, in fitted box. 6.5 cm long. Note: Corcyra was one of Great Britain's top stallions and winner of numerous races including The Middle Park Stakes in 1913, the Newmarket Stakes Second Spring version and the King Edward VII Stakes in 1914. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 621
An Edwardian 9 ct gold spinach green jade set necklace with a pair of earrings en suite £ 150 - 200
Lot 622
An Art Deco emerald and diamond set white metal ring The central stone square cut, in fitted case for Dipple & Son, Norwich. £ 250 - 350
Lot 623
A 19th century red coral and yellow metal ring Carved with the bust of a young lady, in fitted case for A.S. Wigg & Son, Newmarket. £ 150 - 250
Lot 624
A 19th century garnet and citrine set yellow metal ring The central stone cabouchon cut, in fitted case for A. Everington, Nottingham. £ 150 - 250
Lot 625
A semi-precious stone set yellow metal clip brooch 5 cm long. £ 300 - 500
Lot 626
A diamond set 18 ct gold three stone ring The central stone approximately just under 1 carat. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 627
An Art Deco diamond set unmarked white metal flowerhead ring The central stone approximately 0.5 carat. £ 1,500 - 2,500
Lot 628
An Art Deco diamond and sapphire set unmarked white metal bar brooch The central stone approximately 0.75 carat, in fitted case for Weir & Sons, Dublin. 8 cm long. £ 2,000 - 3,000
Lot 629
An Art Deco diamond set unmarked white metal clip brooch Of geometric design in two parts, on pierced bar brooch frame, in fitted case for Johnson, Walker & Tolhurst Ltd, London. 6.5 cm long. £ 2,000 - 3,000
Lot 630
A sapphire and diamond set 18 ct white gold flowerhead ring In fitted case for T.Y. Li & Co, Hong Kong. £ 300 - 500
Lot 631
An unmarked gold mounted and coral necklace Of three beaded strands with detachable florally carved pendant/brooch. 50 cm long. £ 200 - 300
Lot 632
A 19th century unmarked gold mounted coral brooch Carved as the bust of a cherub. 4.5 cm wide. £ 600 - 800
Lot 633
A carved jade brooch Of pierced floral form, mounted in a gold setting, indistinctly marked to reverse 750. 3.5 cm wide. £ 100 - 150
Lot 634
A small collection of Norwegian enamel decorated silver jewellery Comprising: four brooches and a pair of ear studs. The largest 5.5 cm high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 635
An 18 ct white gold diamond solitaire ring The claw set stone approximately 0.75 carat. £ 500 - 800
Lot 636
An Indian Mughal unmarked silver pendant Of square form centred with a gilt heightened miniature painting. 3 cm wide. £ 100 - 150
Lot 637
An Indian Mughal unmarked gold brooch Of double target form inset with various specimen stones, the reverse with enamel decoration. 7.75 cm high. £ 500 - 800
Lot 638
An 18 ct gold diamond and emerald ring The circular facet cut emerald surrounded by a band of diamonds. 1.75 cm diameter. £ 1,600 - 1,800
Lot 639
An 18 ct gold diamond and emerald ring The central emerald flanked by rows of baguette and brilliant cut diamonds. 1.5 cm high. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 640
A Russian green enamel and diamond set gold pendant brooch Of quatrefoil form, centred with a single diamond, the reverse with Russian marker's mark and stamped for 56 Zolotniks. 2.75 cm wide. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 641
An 18 ct gold Tiffany ruby set brooch Formed as a bow tied bouquet. 4.5 cm wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 642
A large mid 20th century white gold or platinum pearl set diamond bar brooch Centred with a pearl flanked by four large claw set diamonds interspersed with further diamonds, the two end stones each spreading to approximately 0.75 carat. 10 cm wide. £ 5,000 - 8,000
Lot 643
A diamond and pearl necklace Of Art Deco style; with matching pair of ear pendants. The necklace 39 cm long. £ 2,000 - 3,000
Lot 644
A 14 ct gold mounted hardstone cameo pendant Formed as the bust of a classical maiden. 4.25 cm high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 645
A 14 ct diamond and sapphire ring The central sapphire bordered by a band of baguette cut diamonds. 1.75 cm high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 646
An unmarked diamond and sapphire set brooch Formed as a frog, the body overall set with diamonds and sapphire eyes. 3.5 cm wide. £ 750 - 850
Lot 647
A pair of 19th century unmarked white metal cufflinks Each painted with an Indian miniature portrait. Each 1.3 cm high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 648
A silver mounted Spanish eight Reales (piece of eight) coin pendant, hallmarked London 1972, maker's mark of RW Together with certificate from Spink & Son Ltd, printed ''We guarantee that your coin has been recovered from the Lucayan Beach Pirate Treasure Trove of 1628'', in box en suite. The pendant 4.5 cm diameter. £ 40 - 60
Lot 649
A diamond set white metal three stone ring The central stone approximately 0.75 carat. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 650
A diamond set 18 ct solitaire ring, marked 750, with import mark for London 1986 The stone approximately 1/6th carat. £ 80 - 120
Lot 651
A diamond set yellow metal solitaire ring The stone approximately 1/8th carat. £ 80 - 100
Lot 652
A diamond and sapphire set yellow metal ring The central stone approximately 0.25 carat. £ 100 - 150
Lot 653
An 18 ct gold identity bracelet The clasp stamped 750 and 62 AR in a lozenge. 21 cm long overall. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 654
A Victorian mineral set unmarked white metal suite of jewellery Comprising: necklace with pendant, bracelet, brooch and tremblant brooch, each piece worked with Irish motifs including shamrock, harps, etc., in associated case. £ 200 - 300
Lot 655
A Victorian unmarked silver filigree suite of jewellery Comprising: a pair of bracelets, necklace and brooch, each piece worked with flowerheads with pendant drops, in fitted case for G. Jones & Sons, London. £ 200 - 300
Lot 656
An 18 ct gold mesh form necklace Fronted with lozenge designs. 44.5 cm long. £ 250 - 350
Lot 657
An 18 ct gold diamond and sapphire set bracelet Of reticulated form, with bands of diamond and sapphires centred with a facet cut oval sapphire. £ 300 - 500
Lot 658
An unmarked gold five stone diamond and sapphire ring Set with three sapphires and two diamonds above pierced scrolling shoulders. £ 200 - 300
Lot 659
An unmarked gold, diamond and ruby set floral spray brooch 6 cm high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 660
A ruby set enamel decorated yellow metal floral spray brooch 5 cm high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 661
A platinum and diamond solitaire ring The central claw set stone flanked by diamond chip set shoulders. £ 100 - 150
Lot 662
A carved jade necklace Each graduated bead faceted. 43 cm long overall. £ 100 - 200
Lot 663
A cased set of Victorian unmarked yellow metal mounted Essex crystal studs Each decorated with a sporting animal. The case 5.5 cm wide. £ 500 - 800
Lot 664
An unmarked gold diamond set ring Of pierced shaped lobed form. £ 150 - 250
Lot 665
A pair of unmarked gold, seed pearl and cabouchon ruby set ear pendants Each formed as a dove in a hanging basket. Each 4.5 cm high. £ 600 - 800
Lot 666
A late 19th century Canton carved ivory necklette Formed from carved ivory roundels decorated with figures and pagodas amongst landscapes. 38 cm long. £ 600 - 800
Lot 667
A pair of unmarked gold garnet set ear pendants Of pierced scrolling form. Each 6 cm high. £ 100 - 150
Day Two: Pottery, Porcelain and Glassware, Pictures, Prints & Engravings, Furniture & Furnishings
Lot 700
EDITH GRACE WHEATLEY (1888-1970) British Recumbent nude suckling a black panther with pigs at her feet, on an integral plinth base, inscribed to underside with artist's name and dates. 27 cm wide. £ 300 - 500
Lot 701
A pair of 19th century Royal Crown Derby porcelain urns and covers Each decorated with gilt foliate sprays on a red ground, the covers pierced, red painted Osmaston Road marks to base. 26.5 cm high. (2) £ 250 - 350
Lot 702
A set of ten Royal Worcester porcelain botanical plates Each centrally decorated with floral spray, the blue borders with further floral vignettes, green printed mark with date code for 1901. 26 cm diameter. (10) £ 400 - 600
Lot 703
A pair of Colebrookdale porcelain mantle pockets Decorated with views of Hardwicke, Salop and Walcot, Salop on a gilt heightened blue ground, the pierced backs decorated with floral vignettes, both titled to underside. 21 cm high. (2) £ 250 - 350
Lot 704
A Mintons pate-sur-pate ewer Decorated with a bird and butterfly amongst floral sprays, on a turquoise ground, the shaped handle pierced, puce printed mark incorporating MESSrs. Caldwell & Co., Philadelphia. 22 cm high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 705
A Royal Worcester porcelain centrepiece The central bowl supported on mystical beast mask headed cornucopia, standing on a spreading foot, floral decorated on a blush ground, green printed mark to base with date code for circa 1903, registered number 227397 and model number 1713. 23.5 cm high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 706
JAMES HADLEY (1837-1903) British, for Royal Worcester, a Royal Worcester porcelain figural oil lamp Modelled as two children beneath entwined trees, she looking on as he dispatches a frog with a stick, with brass Duplex fitting and etched cranberry shade, moulded signature to verso and puce printed mark with date code for 1892, registered number 75408 and model number 1240. The base 49 cm high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 707
A Border Fine Arts bow top wagon and family arriving at Appleby Fair Model number BO402 by Ray Ayres, on wood base with box and certificate. 53.5 cm long. £ 300 - 500
Lot 708
A collection of 19th century Staffordshire ceramic figures of sheep Some before bocage, some formed as inkwells; together with some English and Continental porcelain examples. The largest 10 cm wide. (Quantity) £ 300 - 500
Lot 709
A Victorian Staffordshire flat back cottage Modelled with a pair of sheep; together with four other Staffordshire cottages. The former 20 cm wide. (5) £ 150 - 250
Lot 710
A Victorian porcelain tea service, possibly Rockingham Painted with fruiting foliage and with gilt heightened details, comprising: cups, saucers, milk jug, bowl and sucrier. The sucrier 17 cm wide. £ 80 - 120
Lot 711
A Victorian Wedgwood drainer Decorated in the Peace pattern; a Copeland, late Spode drainer; and another drainer decorated in the Imari palette. The largest 32.5 cm. (4) £ 50 - 80
Lot 712
Eight various blue and white drainers Variously decorated. The largest 31 cm long. (8) £ 100 - 150
Lot 713
Four English blue and white pottery drainers Variously decorated. The largest 36 cm wide. (4) £ 50 - 80
Lot 714
Five various English pottery drainers Each with painted decoration on a white ground. The largest 40 cm wide. (5) £ 50 - 80
Lot 715
A Ruskin pottery vase With allover orange lustre glaze, impressed marks and dated 1922. 22 cm high. £ 50 - 100
Lot 716
DORIS LINDNER (1896-1979) British, for Royal Worcester, Over the Sticks Black printed mark with date code for 1959 and model number 3116. 18 cm high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 717
A 16th/17th century Frechen style Bartmann or Bellarmine jug With applied heraldic roundels; together with another, smaller. 23 cm and 17 cm high respectively. £ 150 - 250
Lot 718
A 16th/17th century Frechen style Bartmann or Bellarmine jug Decorated with applied prunts, inscribed to underside 1560-1570 Original Bei Stadt Frechen; together with another, smaller with applied heraldic motif. 25 cm and 15 cm high respectively. (2) £ 150 - 250
Lot 719
A 16th/17th century Frechen style Bartmann or Bellarmine jug With applied Rob Roy thistle medallion; together with another with band of text. 21 cm and 22 cm high respectively. (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 720
A 16th/17th century Frechen style Bartmann or Bellarmine Pilgrim's flask Of typical form; together with two jugs. The flask 25 cm high. (3) £ 150 - 250
Lot 721
An Italian Maiolica footed dish The scalloped rim with floral border, the centre painted with hares, birds and flowers, old label to underside inscribed From Urbino, Italy, 300 years old. 24.5 cm diameter. £ 200 - 300
Lot 722
A pair of German porcelain cockatoos by Carl Ens Each typically modelled, green printed mark and impressed model number. 27.5 cm high. (2) £ 50 - 100
Lot 723
A 19th century porcelain oil lamp base, probably Samson Decorated in the Chinese manner, standing on a bronze base. 29 cm high overall. £ 100 - 150
Lot 724
A 19th century Isnik style charger Typically decorated with arabesques; together with another decorated with floral sprays. Both 36.5 cm diameter. (2) £ 50 - 100
Lot 725
A 19th century Isnik style vase Of baluster form, decorated with floral sprays and arabesques; together with three 19th century Isnik style plates, similarly decorated. The vase 26.5 cm high. (4) £ 50 - 100
Lot 726
A Vienna porcelain cabinet plate entitled Broken Arm Centrally painted with a native American Indian within a gilt heightened border. 24 cm diameter. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 727
A pair of 19th century Meissen porcelain figural table salts One formed as a boy, the other a girl, each sitting twin baskets. Each 14 cm wide. (2) £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 728
A 19th century Majolica centrepiece The dished upper section surmounted with bacchic putto. 31 cm high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 729
A KPM Berlin porcelain figure Modelled as baby Neptune, blue printed Berlin sceptre and red printed KPM marks; together with a Hochst porcelain figure of a girl collecting flowers, blue printed wheel mark to base, and another. The former 11.5 cm high. (3) £ 200 - 300
Lot 730
FRANZ WAGNER (19th century) German for Royal Vienna porcelain, a small vase Decorated with a portrait vignette of Ruth, within gilt highlights on a lustre ground, red painted beehive mark, titled and numbered 11246 to base; a giltwood framed porcelain portrait plaque of a young lady, both signed Wagner; a gilt metal framed porcelain portrait plaque of an alpine boy; and a porcelain portrait plaque mounted as a brooch. The vase 8 cm high. £ 250 - 350
Lot 731
A 19th century Sevres style lidded sauce tureen on stand The removable lid flanked by gilt painted eagle's masks above the main pedestal body, standing on an under tray, the blue ground with gilt detailing and vignettes of various birds. 30 cm wide. £ 2,000 - 3,000
Lot 732
A 17th century Westerwald stoneware jug Typically decorated and with hinged metal cover and thumb piece. 18 cm high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 733
An Italian pottery armorial charger Decorated on a yellow ground. 38 cm diameter. £ 100 - 150
Lot 734
A pair of Bernard Bloch Art Nouveau figural pottery vases Each naturalistically modelled, Hohenstein mark to base. 38 cm high. (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 735
After GIOVANNI GIUSEPPE FONTANA (1821-1893) Anglo-Italian The Prisoner of Love Parian ware figure for Belleek Pottery Signed and titled within the mould, impressed mark Belleek Co. Fermanagh 64 cm high £ 600 - 800
Lot 736
ELENA KONIG SCAVINI for LENCI Rassegnazione Pottery Signed to verso and painted marks to base 29 cm high £ 200 - 300
Lot 737
After WILHELM KRAY (1828-1889) German Lure of the Nymph Enamels on porcelain plaque Old label to verso inscribed 324 de Fischer V/Kray and stamped 324 14.5 x 22 cm, unframed £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 738
A Koryo Dynasty (12th/13th century) Korean pottery bowl Typically decorated with fruit and flowers with black and white slip inlay. 20 cm diameter. £ 300 - 500
Lot 739
A Korean pottery vase Typically decorated with cranes and foliate scrolls, on a celadon glaze, two character signature to base. 20.5 cm high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 740
A Korean pottery vase Typically decorated with floral scrolls on a celadon glaze, two character signature to base. 26 cm high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 741
A Korean pottery bowl Of conical form, decorated to the interior with cranes and stylised clouds. 13 cm diameter. £ 50 - 100
Lot 742
Two Korean pottery inkwells Both typically decorated. The larger 10.5 cm diameter. (2) £ 50 - 100
Lot 743
Two Korean pottery beakers Both typically decorated with cranes, the smaller with two character signature and red seal mark, both 7.5 cm high. (2) £ 50 - 100
Lot 744
A matched pair of 19th century Korean pottery vases Each with incised decoration and celadon glaze. 23.5 and 22.5 cm high. (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 745
An 18th century Chinese Export famille rose punch bowl The centre decorated with pink enamels with a maze, the outer body with wild fowl. 24.5 cm diameter. £ 150 - 250
Lot 746
An 18th century Chinese Export punch bowl The interior with blue enamelled cell diaper border, the outer body painted with a bridge and pavilions amongst rocky outcrops. 28.5 cm diameter. £ 200 - 300
Lot 747
An early 18th century Chinese Export famille verte teapot The squat globular body decorated in enamels with prunus trees, now with later white metal spout and associated lid. 16.5 cm wide. £ 80 - 120
Lot 748
A 17th century Chinese pottery group Modelled as a deity seated on a kylin, overall with turquoise and indigo glazes. 34 cm high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 749
A Chinese blanc de chine figure of Guanyin Modelled seated on an elephant holding a lotus blossom. 31 cms high. £ 250 - 350
Lot 750
A 19th century Chinese double gourd shaped vase The upper section with grotesque mask handles against overall gilt heightened orange ground interspersed with finely painted floral filled panels. 34 cm high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 751
A Chinese famille noir vase Decorated with figures in a continuous garden landscape. 46 cm high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 752
A Chinese porcelain sang de boeuf decorated twin handled baluster vase Incised six character Qianlong seal mark to base. 33 cm high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 753
A pair of Chinese porcelain sleeve panels Each decorated with a figure holding a basket of flowers and a crane by a fir tree and with calligraphic script and red seal marks. 10 x 32 cm overall. (2) £ 50 - 100
Lot 754
A Chinese porcelain white glazed vase and cover Anhua decorated with flowering scrolls, the cover with flower bud finial. 9.5 cm high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 755
A pair of Chinese pottery celadon glazed ducks Each naturalistically modelled. 12.5 cm high. (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 756
A Chinese pottery model of a duck Naturalistically modelled with mottled glaze. 14 cm high. £ 50 - 100
Lot 757
A pair of Chinese bronzed terracotta temple plaques Worked with figures in horse drawn carriages and on horseback. 29 cm wide. (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 758
A Chinese blue and white porcelain bottle vase Decorated with figures in traditional pursuits, blue painted six character Kangxi mark to base. 39 cm high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 759
A 19th century Chinese porcelain famille rose vase and cover Decorated with phoenixes amongst floral sprays. 32 cm high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 760
An 18th century Chinese porcelain blue and white and copper red baluster vase Decorated with figural vignettes on a floral ground, blue painted four character Chenghua mark to base. 23.5 cm high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 761
A 19th century Chinese porcelain vase Decorated with dignitaries and scholars in a continuous garden, red painted six character seal mark to base. 44 cm high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 762
A fine early 18th century Chinese Fukien blanc de chine porcelain libation cup With raised deer and prunus decoration. 6 cm high. £ 100 - 200
Lot 763
A rare Yuan/Ming dynasty Chinese blue and white porcelain vase The lobed body decorated with the Three Friends pattern. 13.5 cm high. £ 500 - 800
Lot 764
A 19th century Chinese porcelain footed octagonal bowl Decorated with children at play on a coral ground, red painted six character Qianlong mark to base. 19 cm diameter. £ 100 - 200
Lot 765
A 19th century Chinese porcelain teapot and cover Decorated with opposing baskets of flowers. 14 cm high. £ 100 - 200
Lot 766
A pair of 19th century Chinese porcelain footed lobed dishes Both decorated with dignitaries in an interior, red painted six character seal mark to base. 13.5 cm diameter. (2) £ 80 - 100
Lot 767
A Chinese porcelain double vase Each of interlocking square section decorated with a continuous landscape, blue painted six character Daoguang seal mark to base. 13 cm high. £ 100 - 200
Lot 768
A Chinese porcelain bowl Decorated with dragons chasing flaming pearls and phoenixes, the interior similarly decorated, blue painted six character Daoguang seal mark to base. 15 cm diameter. £ 200 - 300
Lot 769
A Chinese porcelain bowl Decorated with lotus strapwork, blue painted six character Yongzheng mark to base; together with a Chinese porcelain bowl, decorated with figural vignettes. The former 10 cm diameter. (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 770
A Chinese porcelain tea bowl With floral decoration; together with a Chinese porcelain saucer, decorated with dragons chasing a flaming pearl amongst clouds, black painted four character mark to base. £ 80 - 100
Lot 771
A Chinese porcelain temple dog Modelled gazing upward with open mouth, signed. 8.5 cm long. £ 50 - 100
Lot 772
A pair of 19th century Chinese Canton porcelain vases and covers Each of baluster form, extensively decorated with figural vignettes and floral sprays, the covers with temple dog finials. 48 cm high. (2) £ 400 - 600
Lot 773
A 19th century Chinese Export tureen and cover Decorated in the round with variously dignitaries and attendants. 28 cm diameter. £ 300 - 500
Lot 774
An 18th/19th century Chinese Export armorial porcelain punch bowl Decorated with floral vignettes interspersed with an heraldic crest, possibly for the Scottish McGill, the interior with foliate band and centred with a further crest. 35 cm diameter. £ 100 - 150
Lot 775
A pair of 19th century Canton famille rose vases Of hexagonal shape, typically decorated with figures in interior amongst fauna. Each 45 cm high. (2) £ 500 - 800
Lot 776
A 19th century Cantonese famille rose lidded vase Typically decorated with figures in interiors amongst fauna. 47 cm high. £ 400 - 600
Lot 777
A pair of 18th century Chinese plates Decorated in the Imari palette, blue painted feather mark to base. 32 cm diameter. (2) £ 700 - 900
Lot 778
A Chinese porcelain blue and white vase Of bottle form, decorated with figural vignettes depicting scholars, further landscape vignettes and birds in floral sprays on a prunus ground, converted to a lamp base. 55 cm high overall. £ 600 - 800
Lot 779
An 18th century Chinese Export blue and white platter With shaped rim and decorated with quails in a garden. 31 cm wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 780
A 19th century Chinese porcelain vase Decorated with figural vignettes on a floral ground interspersed with birds. 36 cm high. £ 400 - 600
Lot 781
An 18th century Chinese Export blue and white platter Decorated with precious objects in a garden. 45 cm wide. £ 250 - 350
Lot 782
A pair of Chinese yellow ground porcelain bowls Each decorated with vignettes of precious objects, the interior of each decorated with a dragon, the undersides with six character iron red painted mark. Each 12.5 cm diameter. (2) £ 200 - 300
Lot 783
Two Chinese famille noir jars and covers Each of ovoid form with a removable cover and with gilt detailing, one with six character blue painted mark to underside. 20 cm high. (2) £ 200 - 300
Lot 784
A Chinese moulded pottery twin handled vase With allover turquoise glaze, the handles elephant masks, impressed six character seal mark to base. 26 cm high. £ 500 - 700
Lot 785
A Chinese porcelain jardiniere Decorated with vases issuing flowers interspersed with precious objects, red painted six character Qianlong seal mark to base. 38 cm high. £ 500 - 700
Lot 786
A Chinese porcelain vase With allover powder blue glaze. 40 cm high. £ 400 - 600
Lot 787
Two pairs of Chinese porcelain dogs-of-fo Typically modelled with allover turquoise glaze. The larger pair 15.5 cms high. (4) £ 100 - 150
Lot 788
A Chinese porcelain vase Decorated with figural vignettes interspersed with floral sprays, blue painted six character Qianlong seal mark to base. 47 cm high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 789
A Chinese porcelain ink pot Or ribbed domed form with rich blue ground, the underside with blue painted seal mark. 6.25 cm wide. £ 100 - 200
Lot 790
A pair of Chinese porcelain blue and white plates Centrally decorated with a pierced rock issuing flowers. 27.5 cm diameter. (2) £ 150 - 250
Lot 791
A Chinese blue and white porcelain stem bowl Decorated with figures in a continuous garden. 18 cm diameter. £ 100 - 200
Lot 792
A pair of Chinese porcelain blue and white vases Of slender baluster form, decorated with figural vignettes on a diaper ground, blue painted four character Kangxi mark to base. 15 cm high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 793
A Chinese Canton porcelain jardiniere Of hexagonal section, typically decorated. 20 cm high. £ 250 - 350
Lot 794
A Chinese porcelain vase Of square section decorated with peach figural vignettes on a lotus strapwork ground, the neck with floral decoration. 17 cm high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 795
A Chinese blue and white porcelain baluster vase and cover Decorated overall with prunus blossom, blue painted six character Kangxi mark to base; together with a Chinese blue and white porcelain vase decorated with precious objects, blue painted floral spray mark. 37 cm and 27 cm high respectively. (2) £ 150 - 250
Lot 796
A pair of Chinese porcelain twin handled vases Decorated with insects and floral sprays, the handle modelled as elephant masks. 14 cm high. (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 797
A Chinese porcelain double gourd vase With allover drip glaze, incised marks to base. 20.5 cm high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 798
A Chinese porcelain blue and white vase Decorated overall with prunus blossom, blue painted four character Kangxi mark to base. 30 cm high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 799
A Chinese porcelain trio Decorated with floral vignettes on a blue ground. The vases 10.5 cm high. (3) £ 100 - 150
Lot 800
An 18th century Chinese blanc de chine porcelain figural group Formed as a boy seated on a buffalo. £ 100 - 150
Lot 801
An 18th century Chinese porcelain blanc de chine figural group Formed as Guanyin seated in the lotus position, a small child to either side. 21.5 cm high. £ 500 - 800
Lot 802
An 18th century Chinese tankard Of large proportions, with twin strap handles and decorated in the Imari palette; together with a flared cylindrical vase, also decorated in the Imari palette. The former 17.5 cm high. (3) £ 350 - 450
Lot 803
A pair of 19th century Chinese blue and white moon flasks Of typical form with twin pierced handles and decorated to each side with figures in a garden. Each 25.5 cm high. (2) £ 300 - 500
Lot 804
A Chinese porcelain inkwell Of beehive form, with allover bluish glaze, blue painted six character Kangxi mark to base. 12 cm high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 805
A Chinese porcelain dish The centre decorated with a crane within a peach vignette, calligraphic character and scrolling strapwork border, the exterior decorated with bamboo, blue painted six character Kangxi mark to base. 21 cms diameter. £ 80 - 120
Lot 806
A Chinese porcelain bowl With lappet moulded rim, the body decorated with figures and children within a garden, blue painted six character Guangxu mark to base. 11 cms diameter. £ 50 - 80
Lot 807
A pair of Chinese porcelain baluster vases Each decorated with birds amongst floral sprays opposing Chinese script, blue painted four character seal mark to base. 18 cms high. (2) £ 50 - 80
Lot 808
A Chinese porcelain Kong vase The ribbed body with allover crackle glaze, incised mark to base. 26.5 cms high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 809
A Chinese porcelain Meiping vase With wavy rim above four applied loop handles, the body decorated with figural vignettes. 38.5 cms high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 810
A Chinese porcelain onion vase Moulded with stylised Tibetan calligraphic characters on a celadon ground interspersed with floral sprays, blue painted six character Xuande mark. 42 cms high £ 200 - 300
Lot 811
A Chinese pottery Tang style horse Typically modelled. 44 cms high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 812
A Chinese blue and white porcelain tea bowl Decorated with stylised phoenixes, blue painted six character mark to base. 4 cm high. £ 50 - 100
Lot 813
A 19th century Chinese porcelain nodding figure Typically modelled seated in floral robes with a nodding head and waving hands. 14 cm high. £ 500 - 800
Lot 814
A 19th century Chinese cinnabar lacquer cased porcelain hors d'oeuvre set Each piece painted with scholarly figures, the case with intricate floral decorations. 28 cm wide. £ 500 - 800
Lot 815
An 18th/19th century Chinese blue and white porcelain vase The large squat flared rim above the main squat bulbous body decorated with flowering blossoms in a fenced garden. 9.5 cm high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 816
A Chinese porcelain blue and white jar (lacking cover) The ribbed body decorated with lotus strapwork vignettes. 13 cm high. £ 100 - 150
Lot 817
A Chinese porcelain blue and white bowl Decorated with phoenixes, the interior with a figural vignette, blue painted six character Jiajing mark to base. 16.5 cm diameter. £ 80 - 100
Lot 818
A Chinese porcelain brush pot Of lobed form, with calligraphic script, impressed mark to base. 12 cms high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 819
A pair of 19th century Cantonese famille rose vases Each flared neck rim above twin butterfly handles and four gilt decorated dragons, the ribbed body typically decorated with floral sprays and figural vignettes. Each 37.5 cm high. (2) £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 820
A late 19th/early 20th century Chinese porcelain Yen Yen vase Decorated with floral blooms, the underside with red painted four character mark. 38.5 cm high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 821
A 19th century Cantonese famille rose vase Typically decorated with objects amongst floral sprays and figural vignettes, flanked by twin gilt lion mask handles, (converted to a lamp). 35.5 cm high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 822
A 19th century Chinese blanc de chine figural group Formed as two figures, one holding a bat and a basket, mounted on a brass lamp base. The group 36 cm high. £ 350 - 450
Lot 823
A pair of Chinese porcelain vases Each with crimped rim and decorated with exotic bird vignettes on a lotus strapwork ground. 30 cm high. (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 824
A Chinese Canton porcelain plate Typically decorated with butterflies and floral sprays. 31 cm diameter. £ 50 - 100
Lot 825
A 17th century Chinese porcelain bottle vase Decorated in underglaze blue with birds amongst floral sprays, the neck spiral moulded. 25.5 cm high. £ 600 - 800
Lot 826
A matched pair of 17th century blanc de chine vases Both with applied beast masks, one with Anhua floral decoration. 26 cm and 25.5 cm high. (2) £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 827
An 18th century Chinese porcelain charger Of octagonal form, decorated with floral sprays. 43 cm diameter. £ 700 - 900
Lot 828
A small 18th century Chinese porcelain ovoid vase Decorated in the round with European figures in a mountainous landscape. 10 cm high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 828a
A Chinese Yixing teapot Of unusual form with conical spiked decoration. 16.5 cm wide. £ 50 - 80
Lot 829
A Japanese pottery figure of Fukurokuju Modelled seated holding a bowl. 17 cm high. £ 80 - 100
Lot 830
A pair of Japanese Imari baluster vases and covers Of hexagonal form and typically decorated. 40 cm high. (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 831
A pair of late 19th century Japanese kutani vases Each decorated with a finial of opposing vignettes of figures and birds amongst foliage, one with a finial mounted lid. The lidded example 47 cm high. (2) £ 80 - 120
Lot 832
A large 19th century Japanese porcelain Imari charger Extensively decorated with female figures in a garden, the wide rim with dragon and phoenix vignettes. 61 cm diameter. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 833
Two 18th century green glass seal wine bottles One with seal for Thomas Gerrard, Gibbstown, the other for J & W.W. Wagner. 28.5 cm and 25.5 cm high respectively. (2) £ 80 - 100
Lot 834
Seven 18th/19th century sealed All Souls college green and brown glass wine bottles Each with All Souls Common Room seal. Various sizes, the tallest 28 cm high. (7) £ 300 - 500
Lot 835
An early 18th century green glass bladder or onion shaped bottle 20.5 cm high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 836
A pair of 19th century cut glass ship's decanters together with another similar The former 23.5 cm high. (3) £ 100 - 150
Lot 837
A Rene Lalique moulded glass dish Marguerite Daisy pattern, stencilled mark R. Lalique, France. 33.5 cm diameter. £ 100 - 150
Lot 838
Six vaseline glass shades Each with wavy rim and spiral moulding. 15 cm diameter. (6) £ 120 - 150
Lot 839
A Continental Art Nouveau Art metal mounted green glass ewer Worked overall with organic scrolls. 33.5 cm high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 840
A pair of Lalique frosted glass birds One head up, one head down, each inscribed to the underside Lalique, France. The latter 10 cm wide. (2) £ 150 - 250
Lot 841
A 19th century etched clear glass ewer With a loop handle and facet cut neck above the main body with gilt decorated fruiting vine decoration. 31 cm high. £ 50 - 80
Lot 842
A Rene Lalique glass bowl Coquilles pattern, wheel engraved signature R. Lalique, France and numbered 3201. 21 cm diameter. £ 200 - 300
Lot 843
A Rene Lalique glass vase Moulded flowerhead decoration, stencilled signature R Lalique, France to base. 16 cm high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 843a
A Loetz Art Glass vase With wavy rim, pinched body and allover iridescence in yellows and golds. 14.5 cm high. £ 50 - 100
Lot 844
JOSEPH BISHOP PRATT (1854-1910) British, After GEORGE ROMNEY (1734-1802) The Vernon Children Mezzotint, published by Thomas Agnew & Sons Signed in pencil to margin and with print seller's association blind stamp 43 x 55 cm, framed and glazed £ 80 - 120
Lot 845
*AR GEORGE HENRY ALLEN (1900-1972) British, After JOHN RUSKIN (1819-1900) British Amiens Jour des Trepasses Coloured engraving Old label to verso for J.S. Maas & Co. Limited, London 15.5 x 9 cm, framed and glazed £ 50 - 80
Lot 846
*AR JULES DE BRUYCKER (1870-1945) Belgian Place Pharailde Gand Limited edition etching Signed and dated 1906 within the plate, also signed and titled in pencil to margin 36.5 x 21 cm, framed and glazed £ 80 - 120
Lot 847
WALLACE HESTER (1866-1923) British The Old Toll Gate, Kensington Limited edition etching Signed and titled in pencil to margin 25 x 17.5 cm, framed and glazed £ 40 - 60
Lot 848
After PRIDEAUX JOHN SELBY (1788-1867) British Rough Legged Buzzard (Plate VII); together with Osprey, Female (Plate IV) Coloured engravings 41.5 x 54 cm, framed and glazed (2) £ 80 - 120
Lot 849
JOHN CRANE DOWER (1790-1847) British Railways Completed and in Progress and Railways Intended and Projected of England and Wales Hand coloured lithograph circa 1840, published by Henry Teesdale & Co. 36 x 43 cm, framed and glazed £ 150 - 250
Lot 850
JAMES GODBY (flourished 1790-1815) British, After HENRY SINGLETON (1766-1839) British and ROBERT SMIRKE (1752-1845) British Caleb and Achsah His Daughter; and The Meeting of Isaac and Rebekah; together with ANTONY CARDON (1772-1813) British, After JOHN JAMES MASQUERIER (1778-1855) British The Print of The Marchioness of Donegal, Mrs May, Miss May and The Earl of Belfast Stipple engravings The former two 58 x 48 cm, framed and glazed (3) £ 50 - 100
Lot 851
*AR FRANK CONNELLY (born 1948) Proust Printer's proof etching Signed, titled and dated 1972 29.5 x 22 cm, framed and glazed £ 100 - 150
Lot 852
PIERRE-AUGUSTE RENOIR (1841-1919) French Le Chapeau Epingle (La Fille de Berthe Morisot et sa Cousine) Final state first edition etching, circa 1894, signed within the plate Published by Dentu, Paris on laid paper The plate 8.5 x 12 cm, framed and glazed £ 200 - 300
Lot 853
JEAN-BAPTISTE MICHEL (1748-1804) French, After WILLIAM MILLER (18thc century) British Alexander Giving Up His Favourite Mistress Campaspe to Apelles Sepia stipple engraving Published by John & Jessiah Boydell, 1786 38.5 x 32 cm, framed and glazed £ 50 - 100
Lot 854
After LOUIS-JOSEPH MONDHARD (18th century) French Assemblee General des Etats du Languedoc Hand coloured copper engraving Published A Paris Chez Mondhard Rue St Jacques a L'Hotel Saumur, old label to verso for H. Alden & Co., London 38 x 29 cm, framed and glazed £ 40 - 60
Lot 855
JOHN BOWLES (1701-1779) British, After GIOVANNI ANTONIO CANAL, known as CANALETTO (1697-1768) Italian A View of Northumberland House, Charing Cross & C. Etching laid on canvas Originally published 1753, re-published 12th May 1794 by Laurie & Whittle, 53 Fleet Street, London 40 x 26.5 cm, framed and glazed £ 40 - 60
Lot 856
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Lot 857
After SIR WILLIAM JACKSON HOOKER (1785-1865) British Indian Botanical Studies, comprising: Humming Birds at the Brazils, with the nest on the orange tree; Taylor Birds and Fruit Baring Convolvulus; Blue Lizard and Neva Tree; Blue Locust and Faggot Caterpillar with its nests on the variegated acasia baubel tree in Guzerat; Skeleton Mantis and Oil Plant of Guzerat; and The Mahwhaw Tree of Guzerat Originally published by James Forbes 22.5 x 30 cm, framed and glazed £ 100 - 150
Lot 858
GIOVANNI BATTISTA PIRANESI (1720-1778) Italian Two Architectural Prints Etchings 90.5 x 66.5 cm overall, framed and glazed (2) £ 150 - 250
Lot 859
After LIBORIO PROSPERI (Known as LIB) (1854-1928) Italian Newmarket 1885 Published by Vincent Brooks Day & Son, lithographers in Vanity Fair Winter Number Nov. 30th 1885 48.5 x 32.5 cm, framed and glazed £ 50 - 100
Lot 860
After S. ALKEN (18th/19th century) British Ferreting; and Bagging the Badger Lithographs heightened with bodycolour Signed within the plate 43.5 x 28 cm, framed and glazed (a pair) (2) £ 50 - 80
Lot 861
No lot.
Lot 862
FRENCH SCHOOL (20th century) Leb Comique Turbulent Lithograph Published by A. Dupuis, 27 Rue Pierre Corie, Bagnolet 39 x 59 cm, framed and glazed £ 40 - 60
Lot 863
*AR BERYL COOK (1926-2008) British Bus Stop Limited edition print, signed in pencil to margin and numbered 40/650, published by Alexander Gallery Publications Limited 54 x 45 cm, mounted £ 250 - 350
Lot 864
*AR BERYL COOK (1926-2008) British Birthday Cake Limited edition print, signed in pencil to margin and numbered 41/650, published by Alexander Gallery Publications Limited 40 x 56 cm, mounted £ 300 - 500
Lot 865
After GEORGE STUBBS (1724-1806) British and SAWREY GILPIN (1733-1807) British by WILLIAM BYRNE (1743-1805) British and LETITIA BYRNE (1779-1849) British Horse at Play and Horse Starting Engravings, both published March 2nd 1795 by W. Byrne, Titchfield Street, London 33 x 26 cm, framed and glazed £ 200 - 300
Lot 866
ELEAZAR ALBIN (17th/18th century) English A set of eight ornithological prints: The Brown Headed Gull; The White Webb Footed Gull; The Hen Summer Teal; The Greatest Speckled Diver or Loon; The Spoon Bill; The Sea Pheasant Hen; The Hen Dotteril From Ye Peak of Derby; and The Grey Plover Hand coloured copper engravings on laid paper, from a Natural History of Birds printed and sold by William Innys 1731-1740, London All approximately 21 x 27 cm, framed and glazed (8) £ 400 - 600
Lot 867
WILLIAM HOME LIZARS (1788-1859) British, After CAPTAIN THOMAS BROWN (circa 1785-1862) British White Tailed and Rock Grouse Coloured print; and WILLIAM HOME LIZARS (1788-1859) British, After A. RYDER Tetrao, Grouse Coloured print; and BENJAMIN WATERHOUSE HAWKINS (1807-1894) British Edwards's Bustard Coloured print Printed by Engelmann & Co. The former 36.5 x 43.5 cm, all framed and glazed (3) £ 150 - 250
Lot 868
*AR NICHOLAS ANDREW VERRALL (born 1945) British Artichokes Pen and ink Signed and dated 71 67.5 x 49 cm, framed and glazed £ 100 - 150
Lot 869
*AR After SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT (1880-1969) British Two Women in an Interior Reproduction printed in colours Signed in pencil to the margin Image 58 x 43 cm, framed and glazed £ 100 - 150
Lot 870
WILLIAM LIONEL WYLIE (1851-1931) British Thames Barges Etching Unsigned 10 x 8 cm, framed and glazed £ 100 - 200
Lot 871
*AR JANE TURNER (20th century) British Little Buds Nipped Limited edition print Signed in pencil, dated 1983 and numbered 3/10 55 x 76 cm, framed and glazed £ 100 - 200
Lot 872
*AR JAMES HALL (20th century) British The Copse Limited edition print Signed in pencil, dated 1984 and inscribed Trial Proof 44.5 x 57 cm, framed and glazed £ 100 - 200
Lot 873
CENTRAL PRINTS Exhibition Poster, Exhibition of Etching and Engraving by Print Makers who have taught at the Central School over the last 75 years 1979 40 x 68 cm, framed and glazed £ 50 - 80
Lot 874
*AR NORMAN ACKROYD (born 1938) British Morning Picture Limited edition print Signed and titled in pencil, dated 80 and inscribed Artist Proof 42 x 44 cm, framed and glazed £ 100 - 150
Lot 875
*AR NORMAN ACKROYD (born 1938) British Holy Island - Arran Limited edition print Signed and titled in pencil, dated 1986 and numbered 23/90 54 x 39 cm, framed and glazed £ 100 - 150
Lot 876
*AR MAGDA SIOMKOURL (20th century) British Olive Trees II Limited edition etching Signed in pencil, dated 87 and numbered 4/30 58 x 40 cm, framed and glazed £ 50 - 100
Lot 877
*AR JULIAN OTTO TREVELYAN (1910-1988) British Florence Panorama (Florence Suite) Limited edition print Signed and titled in pencil and numbered 47/100 48 x 35 cm, framed and glazed £ 200 - 300
Lot 878
*AR JEAN LURCAT (1892-1966) French Surrealist Landscape With Figures and Butterflies Limited edition lithograph Signed in pencil and numbered 40/200 55 x 37.5 cm, framed and glazed £ 200 - 300
Lot 879
THOMAS BURKE (1749-1815) British, After ANGELICA KAUFFMAN (1741-1807) Austrian Cupid Binding Aglaia; and Cupid Disarmed (a pair); and FRANCESCO BARTOLOZZI (1727-1815) Italian, After I. HOWES The Choir Stipple engraving Published May 1st 1791 by I. Matthews The former 24 x 20 cm, all framed and glazed (3) £ 50 - 100
Lot 880
ALFRED-LOUIS BRUNET-DEBAINES (1845-1939) French The Mill Limited edition print Signed in pencil and numbered 149 28 x 23 cm, framed and glazed £ 30 - 50
Lot 881
*AR LEONARD RUSSELL SQUIRREL (1893-1979) British Westminster Abbey at the Time of 1953 Coronation, showing Edward Bedford's Temporary Annexe and James Woodford's Queens Beasts Limited edition etching, titled in pencil 25 x 17 cm, framed and glazed Note: Originally produced for the Calendarium or Monk's Calendar. £ 50 - 100
Lot 882
*AR JOHN WINCH (1944-2007) British Museum Study 81 Limited edition artist's proof 2nd state etching Signed in pencil, dated 81 and titled 45 x 30 cm, framed and glazed £ 50 - 100
Lot 883
*AR ROWLAND LANGMAID (1897-1956) British Shipping in the Pool of London Limited edition etching Signed in pencil to margin 30 x 21 cm, framed and glazed £ 100 - 150
Lot 884
NATHANIEL PARR (18th century) British, After JEAN RIGAUD (1700-1754) French Veue du Parc de St Jaques/A Prospect of St. James's Park Hand coloured etching Published by F. West, 83 Fleet Street, London 40.5 x 24 cm, framed and glazed £ 40 - 60
Lot 885
JOHN BODGER (18th century) British Chart of the Beautiful Fishery of Whittlesea Mere in the County of Huntingdon and of Such Navigable Rivers With Which it has Communication From Their Spring Heads to their Influx into the Sea Printed on silk 66.5 x 46.5 cm, framed and glazed £ 50 - 100
Lot 886
LUCAS JOHNSON (1940-2002) American Lady Alice Kyteler Y Su Novio Mixed media 55.5 x 74.5 cm, framed and glazed £ 150 - 250
Lot 886a
*AR CLETO LUZZI (1884-1952) Italian Confidences Watercolour Signed, inscribed to mount 36.5 x 53.5 cm, framed £ 1,200 - 1,500
Lot 887
ENGLISH SCHOOL (20th century) Life Study Bodycolour Indistinctly signed 50.5 x 39 cm, framed and glazed £ 80 - 120
Lot 888
*AR JOHN BOLAM (1922-2009) British Exploring II Gouache 27.5 x 37.5 cm, framed and glazed £ 100 - 150
Lot 889
J. TAYLER (19th century) British Cattle Watering in a Mountainous Landscape Watercolour Signed, old label to verso and another inscribed with biographical details 37 x 26.5 cm, framed and glazed Note: A watercolour of Osbourn House by the same artist is in the Royal Collection Trust. £ 200 - 300
Lot 890
G. PARMINTER (19th century) British The Old Poultry Cross, Salisbury Watercolour Remnants of old labels to verso, variously inscribed Bought at Mrs Loder's Sale and Exhibited at Royal Academy, London 1848, etc. 29.5 x 37 cm, framed and glazed £ 200 - 300
Lot 891
FREDERICK JAMES ALDRIDGE (1850-1933) British Shipping in Choppy Waters Watercolour Signed and dated 18 25.5 x 17 cm, framed and glazed £ 100 - 150
Lot 892
Attributed to JOHN VARLEY, Junior (1850-1933) British Dorset Farm Watercolour Signed 52.5 x 25 cm, framed and glazed £ 150 - 250
Lot 893
EDWARD A. SWAN Feeding the Ducks Watercolour Signed 28 x 36.5 cm, framed and glazed £ 100 - 150
Lot 894
E.G. SLATER (20th century) British Young Woman in a Lakeside Garden Watercolour heightened with bodycolour Signed and dated 06 19.5 x 35.5 cm, framed and glazed £ 100 - 150
Lot 895
BRITISH SCHOOL (20th century) Before the Regatta Bodycolour on card 54 x 33 cm, framed £ 50 - 100
Lot 896
Attributed to LOUIS ANQUETIN (1861-1932) French Old Master style drawing Ink wash and chalk 28 x 38 cm, framed and glazed £ 100 - 150
Lot 897
Attributed to THOMAS WEBSTER The Classroom Watercolour 75 x 42.5 cm, framed and glazed £ 700 - 900
Lot 898
Attributed to CLARKSON FREDERICK STANFIELD (1793-1867) British Market on Riva Degli Schiavoni, Venice Watercolour Signed with monogram 26 x 17.5 cm, framed and glazed £ 250 - 350
Lot 899
EVA FRANCIS (1887-1924) British Thunbergia Watercolour Signed and dated 1904 28.5 x 21 cm, framed and glazed £ 200 - 300
Lot 900
*AR OWEN WATERS (1916-2004) British Norfolk Landscape Watercolour and bodycolour Signed 33 x 25 cm, framed and glazed £ 80 - 120
Lot 901
*AR ROWLAND DE WINTON ALDRIDGE (1906-1997) British Continental Town Square Watercolour Signed and dated 55 46.5 x 35.5 cm, framed and glazed £ 50 - 100
Lot 902
*AR ROWLAND DE WINTON ALDRIDGE (1906-1997) British Harbour Scene Watercolour Signed; together with another, similar; and two river landscapes, watercolours, signed The former 36 x 27 cm, framed and glazed (4) £ 80 - 120
Lot 903
*AR GEOFF MARSTERS (20th century) British Dunnerdale Watercolour Signed with initials; together with GEOFF MARSTERS (20th century) British Study of the River Stour IV Watercolour 33.5 x 23 cm; and 29 x 37 cm respectively, both framed and glazed (2) £ 50 - 100
Lot 904
*AR GEOFF MARSTERS (20th century) British Farm in Auvergne Pastels 52.5 x 38.5 cm, framed and glazed £ 50 - 100
Lot 905
*AR GEOFF MARSTERS (20th century) British Philadelphus (Mock Orange) Pastels Signed with initials 40 x 49 cm, framed and glazed £ 50 - 100
Lot 906
*AR GEOFF MARSTERS (20th century) British Tranquility Watercolour 40 x 49 cm, framed and glazed £ 50 - 100
Lot 907
ENGLISH SCHOOL (20th century) ''Trapped'' Pencil 58 x 40.5 cm, framed and glazed £ 50 - 100
Lot 908
*AR WARRENNE MEADOWS (20th century) British ''Morning Cuppa'' Bodycolour on canvas Signed and dated Dec 1966 24 x 34 cm, framed £ 50 - 100
Lot 909
*AR P. WILLIAMS (20th century) British Townhouse Ink wash and crayon Signed and dated 63 24 x 19.5 cm, framed and glazed £ 50 - 100
Lot 910
ZIRALDO ALVES PINTO (born 1932) Brazilian Bats in the Belfry Ink and wash Signed 38.5 x 34.5 cm, unframed £ 80 - 120
Lot 911
*AR MICHAEL JEFFERY (1941-2013) British Demon 4 Yrs Watercolour and bodycolour Signed, titled, dated 1997 and inscribed V.W.H. Kennels, Gloucestershire 39 x 36.5 cm, Framed and glazed £ 150 - 250
Lot 912
ENGLISH SCHOOL (19th century) Mynah Bird Watercolour and bodycolour 25 x 19.5 cm, framed and glazed £ 50 - 100
Lot 913
FELICE POLLI (1793-1859) Austrian Brig Brothers of Liverpool, Owen Edwards Commander, Entering the Port of Trieste Ink , watercolour and bodycolour Signed and dated June 20th 1825 57 x 42 cm, framed and glazed £ 100 - 150
Lot 914
INDIAN SCHOOL (19th/20th century) Exotic Dancer Watercolour and bodycolour on fabric 37.5 x 50.5 cm, framed and glazed £ 50 - 100
Lot 915
*AR BERNARD MYERS (1925-2007) British Still Life of Fruit and Flowers Oil pastels Signed framed 75 x 55 cm, and glazed £ 200 - 300
Lot 916
*AR BERNARD MYERS (1925-2007) British Still Life of Fruit and Flowers Oil pastel Signed 75 x 55 cm, framed and glazed £ 200 - 300
Lot 917
*AR BERNARD MYERS (1925-2007) British Still Life of Fruit and Flowers Oil pastel Signed 75 x 55 cm, framed and glazed £ 200 - 300
Lot 918
*AR CONSTANCE AGNES WYNN (1888-1984) British End of Day Watercolour Signed; together with Standing Bowed Head, pencil 37 x 29.5 cm and 8.5 x 13.5 cm respectively, both framed and glazed (2) £ 50 - 80
Lot 919
G. VINCENT SHERIFF (Exhibited 1873-1890) British River Landscape Watercolours Signed 93 x 58 cm, framed and glazed £ 200 - 300
Lot 920
J. BARCLAY (AKA HORACE HAMMOND) (1842-1926) British Children at Play Watercolour Signed 29 x 38 cm, framed and glazed £ 100 - 150
Lot 921
EMMA SOPHIE OLIVER (1819-1885) British Vale of Dedham, Essex Watercolour Signed and titled 43.5 x 30 cm, framed and glazed £ 300 - 500
Lot 922
EDWARD WILLIAM COOKE (1811-1880) British Boats Passing Through the Amstel-Brugge, Amsterdam Pencil Signed, titled and dated 23 July, the mount with inscribed dedication To the Rev.d R.E. Copleston with E.W. Cooke's kind regards 17 x 12 cm, framed and glazed £ 200 - 300
Lot 923
E. RICHARDSON (19th century) British Coastal Scene With Windmill Watercolour heightened with bodycolour Signed 25 x 16.5 cm, framed and glazed £ 100 - 150
Lot 924
EMMA SOPHIE OLIVER (1819-1885) British Cashiobury [sic] Park, Herts. Watercolour heightened with bodycolour Signed and titled 34 x 24 cm, framed and glazed £ 200 - 300
Lot 925
*AR DAVID FORRESTER WILSON (1873-1950) Scottish Moored Fishing Boats Watercolour Signed 56 x 27 cm, framed and glazed £ 100 - 200
Lot 926
GEORGE CRUIKSHANK (1792-1878) British Portrait of a Young Lady Pen and ink Signed 14 x 19 cm, framed and glazed £ 80 - 120
Lot 927
Manner of JOHN CONSTABLE (1776-1837) British Figure in a Rural Landscape Pencil heightened with bodycolour and wash 15 x 9 cm, framed and glazed £ 80 - 120
Lot 928
K. BOILEAU (20th century) British Callander, Scotland Pastels Inscribed to verso 27 x 22 cm, framed and glazed £ 30 - 50
Lot 929
Manner of JOHN VARLEY (1778-1842) British Mountainous Lake Scene Watercolour 27.5 x 18 cm, framed and glazed £ 100 - 200
Lot 929a
*AR CHARLES JOHNSON PAYNE (SNAFFLES) (1884-1967) A Humorous sketch, coloured and annotated Dear Roger I Located This in Piccadilly Upon Enquiring I Found It Belonged To Famous Picasso 18 x 25.25 cm
Lot 930
ENGLISH SCHOOL (19th century) Rolling the Barrel Oil on canvas Signed 68 x 58 cm, framed £ 300 - 500
Lot 931
After ROBERT GIBB (1845-1932) ''The Thin Red Line'' Oil on canvas 98 x 46 cm, framed Note: ''The Thin Red Line'' was a military action by the British Sutherland Highlanders 93rd (Highland) Regiment at the battle of Balaklava on 25th October 1854 during the Crimean War. The original was exhibited at the Royal Academy. £ 500 - 700
Lot 932
*AR JOHN STEVEN DEWS (born 1949) British Charles Parsons Turbinia at the Diamond Jubilee Spithead Review 1897 Oil on canvas Signed 75 x 49.5 cm, framed £ 4,000 - 6,000
Lot 933
FLEMISH SCHOOL (17th/18th century) Travellers on a Path With a Town Beyond Oil on copper 25.5 x 20 cm, framed £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 934
Attributed to JOHANNES GLAUBER (1646 - circa 1726) Dutch Figures in a Classical Italianate Landscape Oil on canvas 118.5 x 62.5 cm, framed £ 1,200 - 1,500
Lot 935
ENGLISH SCHOOL (20th century) Still Life Oil on board 29 x 39 cm, framed £ 80 - 120
Lot 936
VITALI TISEYEV (born 1935) Russian Sunshine in the Morning Oil on board Signed and dated 87 73 x 73 cm, framed £ 200 - 300
Lot 937
ENGLISH SCHOOL (20th century) The Phoenix Oil, crayon and wash 29.5 x 36.5 cm, framed and glazed £ 50 - 100
Lot 938
BOLOGNESE SCHOOL (17th/18th century) Madonna and Child Oil on panel, in carved giltwood Florentine frame 17.5 x 23 cm £ 300 - 500
Lot 939
A. WOOTTON (20th century) British Harvest Stubble Before a Storm at Lullingstone Oil on board Signed 48 x 38 cm, framed £ 50 - 100
Lot 940
No lot.
Lot 941
ENGLISH SCHOOL (19th century) South Devon Oil on canvas Inscribed to stretcher 25 x 35 cm, framed £ 50 - 100
Lot 942
P. KARLY (19th/20th century) Austrian Intressante Lecture; together with Conzert Probe Oils on panel Signed 31 x 39 cm, framed, (a pair) (2) £ 300 - 500
Lot 943
ENGLISH SCHOOL (19th/20th century) In; and Out Oils on canvas 19 x 39.5 cm, framed and glazed (a pair) (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 944
W. SLATER (19th century) British Riverscape Oil on canvas Signed and dated 1892 35.5 x 47.5 cm, framed £ 100 - 150
Lot 945
ENGLISH SCHOOL (19th/20th century) The Copse Oil on canvas 48 x 60 cm, framed £ 100 - 150
Lot 946
ALBERT DUPRE (1861-1937) French Breckland Landscape Oil on canvas Signed 71.5 x 47 cm, framed £ 250 - 350
Lot 947
ENGLISH SCHOOL (18th/19th century) Travellers Before a Lakeside Cottage Oil on canvas 60 x 49 cm, framed £ 200 - 300
Lot 948
JOHN HENRY BOLE (19th/20th century) British Landing the Catch Oil on canvas Signed and dated 1902 59 x 39 cm, framed £ 150 - 250
Lot 949
HENRY HADFIELD CUBLEY (1858-1934) British On the Medway (Rochester Castle) Oil on board Signed 60 x 43.5 cm, framed £ 250 - 350
Lot 950
Follower of JOSEPH MALLORD WILLIAM TURNER (1775-1851) British Figures in an Italianate Lake Scene Oil on canvas 49 x 59 cm, framed £ 500 - 700
Lot 951
HENRI-ALPHONSE BARNOIN (1882-1940) French Continental Village Oil on board Signed and dated 39 75.5 x 56 cm, framed £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 952
CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (17th/18th century) Madonna and Child Oil on copper 16 x 21 cm, framed in oval mount £ 300 - 500
Lot 953
CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (18th/19th century) Cavalry in Encampment Oil on copper 17 x 13 cm, unframed £ 100 - 150
Lot 954
CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (19th century) Off to School With a Packed Lunch Oil on metal panel Signed with initial R 17 x 20 cm, unframed £ 100 - 150
Lot 955
CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (18th/19th century) Dutch Naval Scene Oil on board laid on panel 41 x 28 cm £ 200 - 300
Lot 956
ANTONY QUADDY (20th century) British Four Continental Landscape Scenes Oil and mastic on board All signed The largest 38.5 x 31 cm, all unframed £ 100 - 150
Lot 957
P. CHANDLER (20th century) The Serenade Oil on canvas Signed 88.8 x 58 cm, framed and glazed £ 400 - 600
Lot 958
JESSE RONA (20th century) British Oriental Temple Oil on board Signed 89.5 x 59 cm, framed £ 200 - 300
Lot 959
Circle of MICHELANGELO MERISI CARAVAGGIO (1571-1610) Italian Reading the Scriptures Oil on canvas 188 x 133 cm, framed £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 960
K. LAKE (20th century) British The Distant Malvern Hills Oil on paper Signed 44 x 32.5 cm, framed and glazed £ 40 - 60
Lot 961
P. JACK CROSS (19th/20th century) British Riding in Surrey Oil on board 40 x 31.5 cm, framed £ 50 - 100
Lot 962
*AR Attributed to CAREL WEIGHT (1907-1997) British Nuns Caught in a Gale Oil on board, Also painted to verso with a pseudo religious scene 25.5 x 45.5 cm £ 300 - 500
Lot 963
WALTER WILLIAM ACOCK (1847-1933) British Sheep in a Highland Landscape Oil on canvas Signed and dated 1900 27 x 21 cm, framed £ 100 - 150
Lot 964
SIDNEY P. WINDER (19th/20th century) British Highland Landscape Oil on board Signed 74.5 x 23.5 cm, framed £ 100 - 150
Lot 965
*AR FRED DUBERY (1926-2011) British Grapefruit (Circle and Spheres) Oil on canvas 91 x 91 cm, framed £ 200 - 300
Lot 966
DUTCH SCHOOL (19th century) Figures at Market; and Lovers at a Window Oils on tin Each 15.25 x 19 cm, framed, (a pair) (2) £ 350 - 450
Lot 967
DUTCH SCHOOL (19th century) Tavern Interiors Oils on tin 11.25 x 15 cm, framed, (a pair) (2) £ 180 - 220
Lot 968
LEENDERT JONKER (1815-1885) Dutch The Windy Punt Oil on panel Signed and dated 1885; together with a companion pair Each 28.5 x 21 cm, each framed (2) £ 180 - 220
Lot 969
Attributed to JOSEPH PAUL (1804-1887) NORWICH SCHOOL A Country Village Scene Oil on panel With applied inscribed name plaque 28.5 x 21 cm, framed £ 200 - 300
Lot 970
KEELEY HALSWELLE (1832-1891) British Hearts Lockwood Autumn Oil on canvas Signed and dated 1874 and 1882 60 x 34 cms, framed and glazed £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 971
WILLIAM LANGLEY (1852-1922) British Cattle Watering in a Mountainous Landscape Oil on canvas Signed 74 x 49 cm, framed £ 200 - 300
Lot 972
DUTCH SCHOOL (19th century) Figures Skating in a Winter Landscape Oil on board 10.5 x 8 cm, framed £ 80 - 120
Lot 973
ENGLISH SCHOOL (19th century) Figures With Horse and Cart in a Winter Landscape Oil on board 13.5 x 10 cm, framed £ 30 - 50
Lot 974
BRITISH SCHOOL (20th century) Riverscape Oil on card Unsigned 60 x 39 cm, framed and glazed £ 50 - 100
Lot 975
Attributed to CHARLES RICHARD HAVELL (1827-1892) British River Punting Oil on canvas Signed and dated 78 92.5 x 56.5 cm, framed £ 200 - 300
Lot 976
HENRY HADFIELD-CUBLEY (1858-1934) British Making Hay Oil on canvas Signed 74.5 x 48.5 cm, framed £ 200 - 300
Lot 977
ANDREW KING (20th century) British Waxham From the Dunes Oil on board Signed and dated 81 90 x 62.5 cm, framed £ 300 - 500
Lot 978
F.E. JAMIESON (1895-1950) British Mountainous Loch Scene Oil on canvas Signed 47 x 37 cm, framed £ 80 - 120
Lot 979
DAVID BATES (1840-1921) British The Shadoof, Egypt Oil on canvas Signed 74.5 x 49 cm, framed and glazed £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 980
DOROTHY SHORTLAND (1908-1989) British Lowestoft Harbour Oil on canvas Signed 101 x 71 cm, unframed £ 150 - 250
Lot 981
NATALIA NEPOVINNIH (20th century) Russian Northern Birch Trees Oil on canvas Signed with initials and dated 62 x 47 cm, framed £ 200 - 300
Lot 982
ALEXANDER HIERONYMUS BAKHUYZEN (1826-1878) Dutch Travellers by a Rapid; and Wooded Landscape Oils on panels 12 x 9 cm, framed (a pair) (2) £ 300 - 500
Lot 983
ENGLISH SCHOOL (19th century) Huntsman on a Wooded Path Oil on canvas laid on board 29.5 x 19 cm, framed £ 30 - 50
Lot 984
PETER CLOUGH (20th century) British Abstract Oil on card; together with Another, similar, but smaller 7 x 9.5 cm and 5.5 x 9.5 cm respectively (2) £ 50 - 100
Lot 985
WILLIAM SENIOR SHAYER (1787-1879) British Stable Interior Oil on canvas Signed 58.5 x 49 cm, framed £ 600 - 800
Lot 986
JESSICA BROWN (20th century) British Portrait of a Horse in Landscape Oil on board Signed 49 x 38.5 cm, framed £ 300 - 500
Lot 987
*AR GILBERT ACHESON CATTLEY (1893-1978) British The Hunt Meet Oil on board Signed and dated 1933 50 x 34.5 cm, framed £ 200 - 300
Lot 988
*AR JOHN HASKINS (born 1938) British Point to Point Oil on board Signed and dated 78, old label to verso 69 x 54 cm, framed £ 100 - 200
Lot 989
ENGLISH NAIVE SCHOOL (19th century) Following The Hunt Oil on canvas Signed G E Jackson and dated 1899 89.5 x 59 cm, framed £ 250 - 350
Lot 990
MARY RAYMOND (20th century) British Tally Ho! Oil on canvas Signed with monogram 60 x 30 cm, framed; together with an Exhibition Invitation for W.H. Patterson Fine Arts Ltd (2) £ 100 - 150
Lot 991
Manner of SIR THOMAS LAWRENCE (1769-1830) British Sisters Oil on panel 29 x 34 cm, framed £ 350 - 450
Lot 992
ENGLISH SCHOOL (19th century) Portrait of a Gentleman Oil on panel 22 x 28 cm, framed £ 200 - 300
Lot 993
ENGLISH SCHOOL (19th century) Portrait of a Lady Oil on board 19 x 24 cm, framed £ 300 - 400
Lot 994
ENGLISH SCHOOL (19th century) Portrait of a Lady Oil on canvas 49 x 59 cm, framed £ 300 - 500
Lot 995
JOHN HORSBURGH (1791-1869) Scottish Henrietta Studd, Daughter of Edward Studd and Henrietta Anne Murphy, married in 1836, Charles Mackinnon (1799-1871), born 1818, died 1856 Oils on paper Signed, dated 1871 and inscribed Edinb. 18 x 23 cm, oval framed and glazed £ 100 - 150
Lot 996
ENGLISH NAIVE SCHOOL (19th century) Portrait of a Lady With an Open Book Oil on canvas 35.5 x 43 cm, unframed £ 50 - 100
Lot 997
K. LE BRETON (20th century) Continental The Connoisseur Oil on canvas Signed 49 x 72 cm, framed and glazed £ 300 - 400
Lot 998
ENGLISH SCHOOL (18th century) Portrait of a Lady, supposedly The Duchess of Cleveland from the Bolton Collection, Scarborough 02 Oil on canvas 61 x 72.5 cm, framed £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 999
No lot.
Lot 1000
Manner of GUIDO RENNIE (1575-1642) Italian Portrait of St. Peter Oil on board 29 x 34.5 cm, framed £ 200 - 300
Lot 1001
A 19th century giltwood and gesso frame The aperture 44.5 x 49.5 cm with slip; 51 x 35.5 cm without slip. £ 150 - 250
Lot 1002
A carved giltwood frame With blind cartouche cresting. The aperture 40 x 51.5 cm. £ 100 - 150
Lot 1003
A Caucasian wool rug The midnight blue field enclosing a central medallion with stylised pendant palmettes within stylised herati guard stripes and border. 272 x 125 cm. £ 200 - 300
Lot 1004
A Caucasian wool rug The wine red field extensively filled with a herati repeat within stylised herati guard stripes and border. 190 x 123 cm. £ 200 - 300
Lot 1005
A small Persian silk prayer rug With central medallion and a vignette filled border. 65 cm long; 47 cm wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 1006
A late 19th century Teke wool rug With five rows of guls on a terracotta pink ground within multiple borders. 287 x 200 cm. £ 350 - 450
Lot 1007
An Isfahan wool carpet Shah Safi Ali Shah design. 495 x 360 cm. £ 600 - 800
Lot 1008
A Keshan wool carpet 403 x 300 cm. £ 600 - 800
Lot 1009
An Heriz wool carpet 405 x 294 cm. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 1010
A Keshan wool carpet 351 x 240 cm. £ 700 - 900
Lot 1011
No lot.
Lot 1012
An 18th century Dutch giltwood framed mirror The rectangular plate within mirrored border and carved frame with C-scroll and floral spray cresting. 41 x 66 cm overall. £ 250 - 350
Lot 1013
A pair of mirrors Each with bevelled plate within a red ground chinoiserie decorated frame. 75 cm wide. £ 500 - 800
Lot 1014
A 19th century giltwood framed mirror The urn finial with pendant swags above an oval plate flanked with acanthus carvings, further swags and wheat sheaf cresting below. 124 cm high. £ 300 - 400
Lot 1015
A Regency gilt triple plate overmantel mirror The inverted breakfront cornice above the ball mounted frieze with lattice panels and centred with shell motif above the three bevelled plates interspersed with moulded uprights. 150 cm wide. £ 300 - 500
Lot 1016
A wrought iron nine branch hanging chandelier 80 cm diameter. £ 80 - 120
Lot 1017
FRITS SCHLEGELD (1896-1965) Danish for LYFA, pendant ceiling light The shade 44 cm diameter. £ 50 - 100
Lot 1018
A large Victorian painted terracotta model of a lion Formed standing wearing a crown and holding a shield. 117 cm high. £ 600 - 800
Lot 1019
A 19th century gilt decorated display easel Surmounted with a florally inlaid and painted panel flanked by twin lion mask finials with central display platform above further floral and bow tied swags panel, standing on gilt decorated hoof feet. 199 cm high. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 1020
A 19th century painted tray Decorated with a George Morlandesque scene, framed and glazed. 83.5 x 61 cm overall. £ 800 - 1,000
Lot 1021
An early 20th century Venetian figural Blackamoor lamp Typically modelled with cast metal five branch light and painted decoration, standing on a plinth base with an associated stand. The lamp 113.5 cm high, 185 cm high overall. £ 600 - 800
Lot 1022
A 19th century giltwood figural torchere The circular top supported by the figural column, standing on outswept legs. Approximately 110 cm high. £ 700 - 900
Lot 1023
A Victorian brass church lectern Of typical form, surmounted with an eagle. Approximately 150 cm high. £ 1,500 - 2,500
Lot 1023a
A French articulated tailors mannequin on stand 188 cm high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 1023b
A French articulated tailors mannequin on stand 156 cm high. £ 150 - 250
Lot 1024
A pair of burr oak open floor standing bookcases Each with shaped top supported on lion monopodia. 143 cm wide. (2) £ 1,500 - 2,500
Lot 1025
A burr oak collectors cabinet The upper section fitted with twelve drawers, the lower section with two further drawers and cupboard doors enclosing shelves. 107 cm wide. £ 1,500 - 2,500
Lot 1026
A 17th century and later oak joint stool With turned and block legs and shaped apron. 45.5 cm wide. £ 100 - 150
Lot 1027
An 18th century and later oak joint stool With turned legs and moulded apron. 50 cm wide. £ 100 - 150
Lot 1028
A late 18th/early 19th century oak gate-leg table The oval twin flap top supported on block and turned legs united with stretchers. 121 cm wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 1029
A 19th century Dutch marquetry inlaid oak bureau Of bombe form, the fall enclosing a fitted interior above a frieze drawer with twin pierced brass handles over a scrolling frieze, standing on line inlaid cabriole legs. 86 cm wide. £ 400 - 600
Lot 1030
An 18th century oak court cupboard The moulded rectangular top above a carved frieze and twin doors centred with a carved central panel, the base section with two carved drawers above twin carved panelled doors, standing on block feet. 167.5 cm wide; 178 cm high. £ 600 - 800
Lot 1031
A 17th century carved oak panelled coffer With three panel front. 129 cm wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 1032
A pair of George III oak hall chairs, in the Italian Renaissance style With solid shaped back and dished seat, one stamped IP. (2) £ 200 - 300
Lot 1033
An Ambrose Heal (Heal & Son) oak four piece bedroom suite Comprising: a two door wardrobe with a drawer beneath, a four drawer chest of drawers, a dressing table with a circular mirror back and a two drawer side table. The wardrobe 113 cm wide. (4) £ 1,500 - 2,500
Lot 1034
A 19th century Japanese shibyama inlaid cabinet Decorated throughout with lacquer work, ivory and mother-of-pearl inlays depicting various figures and birds. 81 cm wide. £ 3,000 - 5,000
Lot 1035
A 19th century Chinese carved hardwood bureau Profusely carved with dragons and mythical beasts. 78 cm wide. £ 1,200 - 1,800
Lot 1036
A 19th century Chinese mother-of-pearl inlaid hardwood tilt-top tripod table The circular top profusely inlaid with mother-of-pearl, above the turned mother-of-pearl inlaid column, standing on three dragon carved outswept legs. 86 cm diameter. £ 2,000 - 3,000
Lot 1037
A Chinese carved hardwood quartetto nest of tables Each top worked with a dragon above a pierced and carved frieze, the legs similarly carved and united with shaped stretchers. The largest 48.5 cm wide. £ 300 - 500
Lot 1038
A pair of late 19th century Chinese carved hardwood open armchairs Each pierced back centred with a figurally carved panel above panelled seats with open arms, standing on square section legs united with stretchers. Each 56 cm wide. (2) £ 600 - 800
Lot 1039
A Victorian wine table The mother-of-pearl inlaid and chinoiserie decorated tilt top supported on a fluted column, standing on a quadripartite plinth base. 61 cm diameter. £ 150 - 250
Lot 1040
A Victorian pedestal desk With all over chinoiserie decoration, fitted with nine drawers. 104 cm wide. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 1041
A 19th century chinoiserie lacquered stick back rocking chair The curved top rail above the sweeping stick back with twin open arms above the deep seat with chinoiserie decoration. 61 cm wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 1041a
A pair of late 19th century Chinese chinoiserie lacquered open armchairs Each with a carved and pierced back headed with a bat above the solid seat decorated with birds and butterflies amongst foliage, beneath the pierced open arms, standing on square section legs united with stretchers. Each 61 cm wide. (2) £ 600 - 800
Lot 1042
An Eastern carved hardwood folding table The top and sectional base pierced and carved with fruiting vines. 58 cm diameter. £ 100 - 150
Lot 1043
A pair of Jacobean style carved open armchairs The ornately pierced and carved backs issuing twin acanthus carved padded open arms above an overstuffed seat, standing on turned gadrooned and block legs united with stretchers. 66 cm wide. (2) £ 400 - 600
Lot 1044
A 19th century rosewood Pembroke work table The rounded twin flap top above a frieze drawer and work box with opposing dummy drawers, standing on cabriole legs with brass castors. 59 cm wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 1045
A 19th century Empire style mahogany secretaire abbatant With gilded mask headed columns flanking a frieze drawer and inlaid fall with fitted interior above twin cupboard doors with central portrait roundels, standing on square section tapering legs. 93 cm wide. £ 600 - 800
Lot 1046
An Edwardian inlaid mahogany glazed bookcase cabinet The broken swan-neck pediment above a bow tied swag inlaid frieze above twin glazed doors, the bow fronted base section with twin panelled cupboard doors inlaid with figural trophies. 86 cm wide. £ 1,500 - 2,500
Lot 1047
A 19th century brass inlaid rosewood games table, in the manner of Gillows The brass galleried lobed top with central rotating section, the underside with chequered games table, the interior with leather backgammon board above a brass inlaid frieze, standing on end lyre supports united with turned stretcher, standing on outswept legs with brass paw caps and castors. 91 cm wide. £ 4,000 - 6,000
Lot 1048
An early 20th century brass framed mahogany two tier etagere Of square form with tubular uprights and brass castors. 46 cm wide. £ 500 - 800
Lot 1049
A George III mahogany Pembroke table The crossbanded shaped twin flap top above a frieze drawer with opposing dummy drawer, standing on square section reeded tapering legs with brass castors. 72 cm wide. £ 1,500 - 2,500
Lot 1050
A 19th century mahogany Canterbury Of rectangular form with bowed dividers and turned and block uprights with a frieze drawer, standing on turned legs with brass caps and castors. 53 cm wide. £ 400 - 600
Lot 1051
A 19th century mahogany card table The crossbanded canted rectangular folding top enclosing a baize lined playing surface above a line inlaid frieze, standing on a quadripartite base with outswept legs with brass caps and castors. 91.5 cm wide. £ 500 - 800
Lot 1052
A 19th century Burmese carved hardwood demi-lune side table The shaped top with a carved gallery above the profusely carved frieze, standing on mythical beast mask headed scrolling cabriole legs united with stretchers. 134 cm wide. £ 1,200 - 1,800
Lot 1053
A 19th century parquetry inlaid topped mahogany side table The crossbanded rectangular top above two frieze drawers with brass handles, standing on line inlaid tapering square section legs with brass caps and castors. 106 cm wide. £ 300 - 500
Lot 1054
An 18th century burr walnut bureau bookcase The arched domed top above twin feather banded panelled doors enclosing shelves above twin candle stands, the feather banded fall enclosing a fitted interior with a well, above two short and two long drawers with brass handles and escutcheons, standing on bracket feet. 230 cm high. £ 8,000 - 12,000
Lot 1055
A late 19th century French satinwood side table The pierced galleried top enclosing a glass plate above the pressed brass mounted frieze, standing on reeded uprights united with an undertier. 58 cm wide. £ 300 - 500
Lot 1056
An Edwardian inlaid mahogany pedestal desk, stamped Edwards & Roberts The leather inset shaped rectangular top with a galleried back above an arrangement of eight inlaid drawers, standing on splayed feet. 109.5 cm wide. £ 1,500 - 2,500
Lot 1057
A 19th century inlaid satinwood oval centre table The top with large central patera inlay, above square section uprights united with an undertier, standing on splayed legs. 67 cm wide. £ 500 - 800
Lot 1058
An Edwardian painted satinwood display cabinet The shaped bowed top above a floral bow tied swag painted frieze above three bowed glazed doors enclosing shelves and a mirrored back, standing on tapering square section legs with spade feet. 107 cm wide. £ 2,000 - 3,000
Lot 1059
A Georgian brass bound mahogany wine cooler Of oval form with brass bands and brass loop handles, standing on square section tapering legs, the underside with drainage tap. 58 cm wide. £ 2,000 - 3,000
Lot 1060
A Victorian burr walnut folio cabinet The moulded rectangular top above twin panelled door to either side, the ends with brass carrying handles. 87 cm wide. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 1061
A late Victorian/Edwardian inlaid satinwood glazed display cabinet Of serpentine bowed form with crossbanding and urn form trophies, the base section with two frieze drawers, standing on line inlaid tapering square legs with spade feet united with an undertier. 200 cm high. £ 3,000 - 5,000
Lot 1062
A set of ten mahogany dining chairs Each with curved top rail and shield back above the over-stuffed seats. (10) £ 2,000 - 3,000
Lot 1063
An 18th century style walnut dressing table mirror The cushion moulded framed bevelled plate supported by twin uprights above the feather banded fall with fitted interior above a frieze drawer. 46 cm wide. £ 250 - 350
Lot 1064
A Victorian walnut credenza The glazed doors enclosing shelves. Approximately 180 cm wide. £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 1065
A late 19th century mahogany pedestal partners desk The three piece leather inset inverted rectangular top above an arrangement of drawers to one side with three opposing dummy drawers to the reverse, standing on ogee bracket feet. 121 cm wide. £ 500 - 800
Lot 1066
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Lot 1067
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Lot 1068
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Lot 1069
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Lot 1070
A late 19th/early 20th century Chinese marble topped carved hardwood urn stand Of typical circular form with pierced gallery, standing on carved legs with paw feet united with stretchers. 47.5 cm diameter. £ 180 - 220
Lot 1071
A late 19th/early 20th century marble topped Chinese carved hardwood urn stand Of lobed circular form with a pierced gallery, standing on carved legs with paw feet, united with stretchers. 46 cm diameter. £ 180 - 220
Lot 1072
An 18th century Dutch marquetry cabinet The stepped rectangular top above twin cupboard doors and a frieze drawer, with allover floral marquetry decoration. 59.5 cm wide. £ 400 - 600
Lot 1073
A harlequin set of six Queen Anne style walnut dining chairs, including a single carver Each with solid vase splat and cabriole legs. (6) £ 400 - 600
Lot 1074
An 18th century and later double dome top burr walnut bureau bookcase The double domed moulded top above twin arched glazed doors above the crossbanded fall enclosing a fitted interior with a well above an arrangement of two short and two long drawers with brass handles and escutcheon, standing on bun feet. 95 cm wide. £ 600 - 800
Lot 1075
An early 19th century ivory and ebony inlaid yewwood topped side table The rectangular top inlaid with ivory panels of grand houses and castles within a diamond filled border, the top also decorated with various burr patches, standing on end trestle supports with scrolling feet. 66.5 cm wide; 46 cm high. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 1076
A pair of George III Irish mahogany corner chairs Each with an arched back above a curved top rail, supported on pierced splats and gadrooned uprights, the overstuffed seat above a deep frieze with three square section legs and a front shell carved cabriole leg with ball and claw feet. Each 75 cms wide. (2) Provenance: By repute these chairs are from the Guildhall, Londonderry, Northern Ireland and have always been known by the family as ''The Guildhall Chairs''. They were used when dignitaries visited the city, including when King George V and Queen Mary visited in 1933 to open the Craigavon Bridge. £ 600 - 800
Lot 1077
A 19th century style console table The serpentine parquetry top above a frieze drawer and twin cabriole legs with paw feet, standing on a plinth base. 116 cm wide. £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 1078
An 18th century burr walnut cabinet on chest The moulded rectangular cornice above a cushion moulded frieze drawer, the twin doors with brass mounts enclosing an arrangement of various feather banded drawers with brass handles, the base section with two short and two long drawers, standing on bun feet. 109 cm wide. £ 1,500 - 2,500
Lot 1079
A Victorian pine faux bamboo painted chest of drawers With four graduated drawers, standing on bun feet with faux marble detailing. 110 cm wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 1080
A 19th century faux bamboo painted pot cupboard The three quarter shelved galleried back above a single drawer, standing on turned faux bamboo legs; together with a similarly decorated commode; and a similarly decorated bedroom chair. The former 38 cm wide. (3) £ 150 - 250
Lot 1081
A 19th century pitch pine and faux bamboo dressing table The mirrored back above the marble top and four drawers with faux bamboo beading. 99 cm wide. £ 100 - 150
Lot 1082
A 19th century pitch pine and faux bamboo single door wardrobe The galleried top above the single mirrored door above a single frieze drawer, with various faux bamboo detailing. 95 cm wide; 220 cm high. £ 200 - 300
Lot 1083
A 19th century pitch pine and faux bamboo double bed The panelled head and foot boards each with acorn finials and faux bamboo detailing. 142 cm wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 1084
A Regency painted open armchair The gilt painted top rail above a pierced centre rail, the uprights issuing twin scrolling open arms above the caned seat, standing on ring turned tapering splayed legs. 53 cm wide. £ 100 - 150
Lot 1085
A 19th century French giltwood upholstered armchair The padded back surmounted with a bow tied swag above the padded acanthus carved arms and padded seat, standing on reeded turned tapering legs. 65 cm wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 1086
A 19th century French upholstered armchair The shell and scroll carved top rail above the padded back and padded scrolling arms, the cushion seat above a carved frieze, standing on scrolling cabriole legs. 70 cm wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 1087
A 19th century Continental marquetry inlaid fruitwood side table Fitted with a single drawer. 44.5 cms wide. £ 180 - 220
Lot 1088
A 19th century gilt framed fire screen The floral panel in an acanthus and C-scroll frame. 142 cm wide. £ 300 - 500
Lot 1089
A 19th century Dutch marquetry inlaid open armchair The shaped top rail above the central back splat over the tapestry covered drop-in seat, with twin open arms, standing on cabriole legs with ball and claw feet. 57 cm wide. £ 150 - 250
Lot 1090
A 19th century mahogany fold over card table The crossbanded hinged canted rectangular top enclosing a baize lined playing surface over a deep frieze and turned uprights, standing on a quadripartite base, the outswept legs with brass paw caps and castors. 90.5 cm wide. £ 250 - 350
Lot 1091
An Edwardian inlaid mahogany standing corner cabinet The broken dentil moulded cornice above twin astragal glazed doors enclosing shelves, the base section with an urn and bow tied swag inlaid frieze above twin marquetry inlaid doors enclosing a shelf, standing on bracket feet. 219 cm high. £ 300 - 500
Lot 1092
A set of eight early Victorian rosewood dining chairs Each curved top rail above twin carved capital headed uprights united with stiff leaf carved horizontal stretchers above the tapestry covered seat, standing on ring turned tapering legs. Each approximately 50 cm wide. (8) £ 350 - 450
Lot 1093
A Victorian rosewood Canterbury The turned spindles above a frieze drawer, standing on turned legs with castors. 58 cm wide. £ 250 - 350
Lot 1094
A 19th century Dutch floral marquetry inlaid mahogany card table The moulded square form with an inlaid frieze, standing on folding square section legs. 81 cm wide. £ 350 - 450
Lot 1095
A late 18th/early 19th century Dutch floral marquetry inlaid oak miniature cabinet The arched pediment above twin glazed doors enclosing shaped shelves, the base section with twin inlaid cupboard doors, standing on bracket feet. 76.5 cm high. £ 500 - 800
Lot 1096
A 19th century Dutch floral marquetry inlaid mahogany dressing table mirror With twin angled uprights enclosing the shaped mirror plate above the inlaid base with a frieze drawer. 46.5 cm wide. £ 150 - 250
Lot 1097
KAARE KLIMT (1888-1954) Danish for RUDOLPH RASMUSSEN, Safari chair Of typical construction. £ 100 - 150
Lot 1098
An 18th century style burr walnut chest of drawers The canted rectangular top above three short and four long graduated drawers, standing on bracket feet. 99 cm wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 1099
A Victorian burr walnut triple door credenza The moulded canted rectangular top above the line inlaid frieze with small geometrically inlaid panels and a gilt metal band over the three glazed doors enclosing shelves, standing on bracket feet. 182 cm wide. £ 400 - 600
Lot 1100
A Victorian burr walnut Canterbury With domed fret carved divisions separated by turned roundels, above a single frieze drawer, standing on turned feet with castors. 50.5 cm wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 1101
A George III mahogany demi-lune card table The rosewood crossbanded folding top enclosing a baize lined playing surface above the crossbanded frieze, standing on tapering square section legs. 91 cm wide. £ 200 - 300
Lot 1102
A pair of Victorian inlaid rosewood upholstered tub armchairs Each arched buttoned padded back above pierced and inlaid panels, the arms with inlaid scrolling uprights above the overstuffed seat, standing on turned legs with castors. Each 69 cm wide. (2) £ 200 - 300
Lot 1103
A small Edwardian line inlaid mahogany fold-over writing table The interior with rising mechanism enclosing a hinged leather lined writing surface, a stationery rack and inkwells. 47.5 cm wide. £ 120 - 180
Lot 1104
A Victorian burr walnut tilt-top loo table The figured oval top above turned columns and tripartite base with outswept legs and castors. 122 cm wide. £ 200 - 300