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Antiques Saturday 30th January 2010

Viewing Thursday 28th January 10am - 7pm

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE SALE

Friday 29th January 10am - 5pm

COMMENCES AT 10AM

Morning of Sale from 9am

Sale Number LT275

Specialists Harry Douglas-Hamilton

Colour images of all lots are

Gavin Lindsay

available on our website at www.lyonandturnbull.com

CERAMICS, GLASS AND WORKS OF ART 1 A 19th century Chinese blue painted mug decorated with a landscape scene, 12.5cm high; an Imari mug decorated with a landscape scene, 11cm high; and two plates, each decorated with flowers, 22.5cm diameter (4) £200-300 2 A group of 18th century and later Chinese porcelain wares comprising: a small tureen, lacking cover, decorated in pink with flowers and butterflies, 17cm wide, 5.5cm high; a small jug decorated in pink with flowers, 12cm high; a small jug decorated in black and blue with flowers, 10cm high; a sauce boat decorated in blue with landscape scenes, 22cm wide, 8cm high; and another sauceboat decorated in blue with landscape scenes, 18cm wide, 7cm high (5) £200-300 3 A pair of early 20th century clock and barometer desk stands each shaped as a ship’s steering wheel, standing on a green onyx base, the clock with black Arabic numerals on a silvered dial with a subsidiary minute dial, the dial marked ‘E. Gübelin, Lucerne’; the barometer with black markings on a silvered dial (2) each 22cm high £300-500

4 A 19th century Sèvres style tazza the well decorated with Cupid and a turquoise ground border with gilt highlights, scrolled gilt metal mounts 12cm high £150-250 5 A 19th century blue glazed jug modelled in the form of a Greek askos, gilt scroll handles with animal and figure details, indistinct mark to base (rim damaged) 22cm high £120-180 6 A Chinese blue painted porcelain tea caddy of hexagonal form decorated with panels of flowers, the base with a four character mark in blue 14cm high £150-250 7 A Chinese blue painted porcelain tea caddy of shaped square section decorated with butterflies and flowers 10.5cm high £150-250 8 Two Chinese flambé glazed bottle shaped vases (2) 12cm high and 11cm high £150-250

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9 A Japanese cloisonné enamel tea pot and jug each decorated with phoenixes, dragons and flowers, the teapot of flattened circular form with swing handle, 15cm wide, 6cm high; the jug of flattened form, 16cm wide, 6cm high (2) £150-200 10 Two Japanese lacquer shallow bowls one of circular form decorated with a deer, a bat and a pine tree, character marks to front and verso, 16.5cm diameter (cracked); and another plate of circular form decorated with cranes under a pine tree, character marks to verso, 14cm diameter (cracked) (2) £150-250 11 A Worcester style vase of baluster form with long slender neck, decorated with birds of Paradise on a blue scale ground (restored) 45cm high £200-300 12 A book shaped hip flask titled ‘A Pleasant Surprise’ By James Dixon & Sons Ltd. Sheffield with red and black leather exterior, 11cm wide, 14.5cm high; and ‘Bacon’s Excelsior map of Yorkshire’ (2) £120-180

13 A pair of early 20th century brass candlesticks with bells, engraved ‘HMS Britannia’, 32cm high; and a group of five ashtrays made from the copper from Britannia (7) £200-300 14 A Georgian style mahogany inlaid tea caddy the interior with three foiled compartments 27.5cm wide, 15cm high, 17cm deep £150-200 15 A George III mahogany cheese coaster of elliptical form with dividing wall, on later feet 43cm wide, 16cm high £200-300 16 A group of walking sticks of various shapes and sizes, some gold and silver examples (11) £200-300 16A Equestrian and Hunting Interest A group of equipment comprising: six copper and brass mounted hunting horns; a riding crop with white metal mounts; a whipper-in with silver mounts; and a horse measuring stick with white metal mounts (6) £250-350

Colour images of all lots are available on our website at www.lyonandturnbull.com

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17 A set of four hors d’oeuvres dishes By Villeroy & Boch, Dresden each dish decorated in blue with flowers, printed mark to base (4) 22cm wide £120-180

24 A pair of large Japanese cloisonné enamel vases each of baluster form decorated with flowers, mark to base (2) 36cm high £150-250

18 A group of five 18th century and later English ceramic wares comprising: a blue painted jug decorated with a landscape scene, 16cm high; a blue painted slop bowl decorated with flowers, 16cm diameter; a blue painted pickle dish decorated with a landscape scene, 11cm wide; a blue printed strainer decorated with a willow pattern scene, 8.5cm diameter; and a pink lustre and polychrome painted coffee can, titled ‘The Sower’, 6.5cm high (5) £200-300

25 A pair of Regency style mahogany urn tea caddies raised on socle bases with bun feet (2) 33.5cm high £150-250

19 A 19th century Delft blue painted plate of circular form decorated with flowers 30cm high £120-180 20 A porcelain and brass mounted urn In the Chinese 18th century style of ovoid form decorated with flowers and birds, scroll handles 26cm high £200-300 21 A pair of Japanese Imari vases and covers each of ridged ovoid form decorated with flowers, 20cm high; and a pair of Japanese Noritake vases, each of twin handled baluster form decorated with floral motifs, 27cm high (4) £200-300 22 A group of Japanese Imari wares comprising: a pair of bottle shaped vases, 20cm high; a small ashet with reticulated border, 32cm wide; two circular plates with scalloped rim, each 20cm wide; and a Kutani style bowl, the well decorated with a samurai, character marks to base, 20.5cm diameter (6) £160-180 23 A pair of Japanese cloisonné enamel vases each of ovoid form decorated with flowers (one damaged), marks to base (2) 24cm high £150-250

26 A group of five Chinese snuff bottles comprising: a cinnabar lacquer table snuff bottle decorated with figures in a landscape, 8.5cm high; a reverse painted table snuff bottle decorated to one side with birds on a branch with character marks, the other side with a landscape scene, 12cm high; a brown glass table snuff bottle, 7.5cm high; a reverse painted snuff bottle decorated with character marks to one side and a landscape scene to the other, 7cm high; and a polychrome painted snuff bottle with gilt highlights decorated in relief with figures, 6cm high (5) £200-300 27 A group of pewter wares comprising: a tappit hen with later base, 29cm high; a Quart measure, marks, 16.5cm high; and a mug, marked ‘J.WALKER’, 9cm high (3) £150-200 28 A George III inlaid mahogany tea caddy of hexagonal form with boxwood stringing and inlaid paterae, the interior with two compartments (restored) 21cm wide, 12cm high, 12cm deep £150-250 29 A George III satinwood inlaid and crossbanded tea caddy of square form, the cover with an inlaid shell motif, the front with ribbon swags 11.5cm wide, 12.5cm high, 11.5cm deep £150-250 30 A cased Royal Crown Derby coffee set decorated in the imari palette, red printed marks, pattern number ‘3788’, date code for 1914, comprising: six cups and saucers (12) £150-200

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31 A pair of early 20th century French faience jars and covers each of hexagonal ribbed form, decorated in blue with flowers and birds, the cover with lion dog finial, painted marks to base (2) 56cm high £300-500 32 A pair of Sèvres style porcelain plaques each decorated with two putti sitting on a cloud, on a blue ground with gilt highlights, in a gilt frame (2) 15cm x 11cm £200-300 33 A Royal Bonn later decorated tyg with three twig form handles, decorated with two Japanese street scenes and a girl with a parasol, brown printed mark, and green painted initials ‘MSM’ and inscription ‘Edinburgh Nov 1903’ 14.5cm high £100-200 34 A Chinese blue and red painted porcelain bowl decorated with a recumbent faun between two stylised pine trees, with flying bats to the reverse, blue seal mark 18.5cm diameter £400-600 35 A Villeroy & Boch, Mettlach stein with silver plated lid, the sides decorated with musicians, impressed marks to base, 19cm high; and another stein with ornate pewter cover, the sides decorated with a dancing boy and verse inscription, painted mark, 24cm high (2) £300-500

38 An 18th century Worcester sparrow beak jug and cover decorated with flowers in a landscape, crescent mark to base 13cm high £120-180 39 A Beswick ‘Puma on rock’ printed and impressed marks, pattern ‘1702’, 21cm high; and a German figure of a parrot, printed and impressed marks, 21cm high (2) £120-180 40 A pair of late 19th century Worcester style tea caddies and covers each of ribbed rectangular form, decorated with large panels of exotic birds and flowers and smaller panels of insects and butterflies, on a blue scale ground, faux Worcester mark to base (2) 11.5cm high £200-300 41 A group of 19th century Staffordshire pottery figures comprising: a figure of a married couple, 16.5cm high; a figure of a gardener, 17cm high; a pair of small sheep, 10cm high and 9cm high; and two figures of girls resting, each 6cm high (6) £350-450 42 Two 19th century English porcelain figures one of a gentleman standing and holding a bird’s nest, 15cm high; the other of a lady standing and holding a bag, 15cm high (2) £200-300

36 A Japanese satsuma vase of twin handled baluster form, decorated with figures in an interior, character marks to base 21cm high £200-300

43 Three pottery figures of pugs each sitting with a large collar, each 9cm high; a German porcelain figure group of a boy and a girl, blue painted mark to base, 14cm high; and a German porcelain figure of a seated woman reading, 13cm wide (5) £200-300

37 A 19th century English porcelain twin handled tureen and matched cover of ovoid form, decorated with flowers and gilt highlights 11cm high £120-180

44 An 18th century tortoiseshell and yellow metal patch box of cylindrical form, the lid inset with a portrait bust of a young lady in traditional costume 7.5cm wide £120-180

45 A hardstone snuff box of oblong form, with rose coloured metal mount, 7cm wide, 2.5cm high, 4cm deep; a circular silver and blue enamel box decorated with a crown motif, hallmarks, 5cm diameter; and another circular silver and blue enamel box decorated with a crown motif, hallmarks, 4cm diameter (3) £120-180 46 A 19th century Battersea enamel box of oval form, decorated with a landscape panel on a pink ground, 5cm wide; an enamel box of rectangular form decorated with floral sprays on a pink ground, 5.5cm wide; and a German porcelain box, of shaped form decorated with musicians in a garden on a green scale ground, 6cm wide (3) £220-280 47 A 19th century enamel box of oval form, 4.5cm wide (damages); a turquoise enamel box, of circular form, the cover decorated with a couple in a landscape, 5.5cm wide (damages); an enamel box of circular form decorated with a landscape, 5.5cm wide (damages); and a heart shaped pottery perfume bottle, painted in blue with children playing, 4cm wide (4) £150-200 48 A 19th century Battersea enamel box of oval form decorated with a beehive mark and inscribed ‘An Emblem of Industry’, 4cm wide; an enamel box of oval form decorated with a house and trees, 4cm wide; and a Sèvres style porcelain box of hexagonal form with overglaze decoration, blue painted marks to base, 5cm wide (3) £200-300 49 A 19th century novelty carved wood snuff mull modelled as a horse’s head, 10cm wide; an ivory toothpick box of oblong form, the cover with yellow metal beehive decoration, the interior with cracked mirror, 7cm wide; a horn box of oblong form (damaged), 6cm wide; a tortoiseshell box of oblong form, 6.5cm wide; and an apple form box, 4cm wide (5) £250-350

50 A group of glass scent bottles comprising: a black opaque glass bottle with gilt highlights, 9cm high; a ruby glass scent bottle with brass cover, 9.5cm high; a ruby glass scent bottle with brass cover, 5.5cm high; a green glass scent bottle with brass cover, 6cm high; an aquamarine coloured glass scent bottle with brass cover, 4.5cm high; and a blue enamel box of cylindrical form with gilt highlights, 5cm high (6) £220-280 51 A 19th century brass and white metal Ottoman scribe’s case of oblong form with bombé shaped ink pot, inscription to sides 24.5cm wide £250-350 52 A 19th century Sèvres dark blue and gilt decorated ink stand of circular dished form, the central detachable cylindrical ink pot with three apertures, decorated with borders of stylised vines and tassels, blue printed scroll mark and date for 1825, green painted ‘30 at. 25’ and gilder’s marks, 16cm diameter; together with a late 19th century inkstand of similar form, with plain gilt line borders and initials to the ink pot on a dark blue ground, red printed ‘DORE A SEVRES’ mark and date 86 and printed date mark S79, 17cm diameter (3) £200-300 53 A pair of Sèvres tea cups and saucers each decorated with blue painted flower sprigs between gilt bands (4) £150-250 54 A 19th century Sèvres porcelain and gilt metal inkwell of cylindrical form, the gilt metal foliate cast cover with acorn finial, the body decorated in lapis blue with a gilt metal laurel wreath band, glass liner, green printed mark ‘MP SEVRES’ 12.5cm diameter £150-250

55 A late 18th century Sèvres bowl decorated with gilt and blue scroll border and with flower sprigs, blue painted crossed L mark, 24cm diameter; together with an early 19th century Paris porcelain scalloped dessert plate, the border with gilt painted scrolling foliage on an apple green ground and three flower painted reserves, painted to the well with flowers and fruit, large blue painted crossed L mark, 24.5cm diameter; and a similar flower painted plate with a pink border, unmarked, 24cm diameter (3) £300-500

59 An early 19th century Sèvres coffee can and saucer the can of tapering form, with gilt stylised flowers and foliage and painted with roses, blue printed crossed L and fleur de lys mark; a Sèvres style coffee can and saucer, the bright pink ground with gilt scalloped border and floral swagged, painted with reserves of a bird in a landscape, blue painted mark; and a Sèvres style coffee can and saucer, decorated in gilt on a dark blue ground with scrolling vine leaves and Louis Philippe’s cipher, blue printed mark (6) £200-300

56 A 19th century Sèvres coffee pot and cover of ovoid form with a gilt handle and spout and bands of gilt and silver stylised flowers and foliage on a dark blue ground, blue printed Sèvres mark, dated 1831, gilder’s marks and green painted date ‘12.**.30’ 15.5cm high £150-250

60 A group of early/ mid 19th century glass spirit tumblers comprising: eight flute cut base spirit tumblers and eight plain spirit tumblers of various sizes; a large plain knop stem rummer, circa 1810; and a pair of flute cut bowl knop stem rummers, circa 1810 (19) £200-300

57 A late 19th century Sèvres porcelain and gilt bronze mounted vase of ovoid form and sang de boeuf colour with gadrooned mounts, green printed blindstamp, mount marked ‘A. Risler & Carré’, 16cm high ; a small late 19th/early 20th century Sèvres pale blue speckled vase, mounted with gilt metal swags, green printed MP Sevres mark, 8cm high; together with a small gilt metal mounted vase, unmarked, 8.5cm high (3) £150-250 58 A 20th century Sèvres baluster vase with flared neck above tapering body, decorated in gilt on a dark blue ground with flower sprigs, green printed crossed L mark, ‘86’ and red printed ‘DORE A SEVRES’ mark, 18.5cm high; together with a 20th century Sèvres shouldered ovoid form vase with gilt stylised flowerheads on a dark blue ground, green printed S within a triangle with ‘1903’ and ‘SEVRES MANUFACTURE FRANCE’, 23cm high; and a 20th century Sèvres bottle vase, decorated in dark blue with gilt bands, black printed ‘S 1924 DN’ and ‘Made in France’, 18cm high (3) £100-200

61 A large mid 19th century cut glass footed sugar bowl allover cutting, 13.5cm high; a pair of modern oval cut glass salts, 6cm high; and an Edinburgh crystal small circular bowl, 7cm high (4) £100-150 62 A cut glass sherry decanter and stopper, circa 1920 28cm high; a glass wine flagon, circa 1840 with strap handle and stopper, 22cm high; and a plain glass silver plated mounted water jug, circa 1920, 23cm high (3) £200-200 63 A set of seven sherry glasses, circa 1830 each with knop stem and cut glass decoration each 7.5cm high £150-250 64 A set of nine sherry/liquer glasses, circa 1810 with engraved bowls and drawn stems each 9.5cm high £150-250 65 A group of early 19th century sherry/ champagne glasses of various shapes and sizes (15) £250-350

Colour images of all lots are available on our website at www.lyonandturnbull.com

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66 A group of late 18th/ early 19th century custard, wine and port glasses of various shapes and sizes (7) £150-250 66A A set of six Irish cut glass custard glasses, circa 1790 each with scalloped rim above facet cut trumpet shaped bowls and cut circular foot, 11cm high; together with another set of six glasses of the same design, 9.5cm high (12) £150-250 67 A 19th century Chinese Canton vase of bottle shape, decorated with flowers, birds, fruit and butterflies, 34cm high; a Chinese Canton dish decorated with mandarins, 32cm wide; another similar dish, 30.5cm wide (restored); and another similar dish, 27.5cm wide (4) £200-300 68 A Japanese lacquer pavilion Probably Meiji period decorated in black with gilt chrysanthemums, opening to reveal accessories and boxes 19cm high £250-350 69 A 19th century boulle work mantel clock the white enamel dial with blue Roman numerals and black Arabic numerals, the movement striking on a bell, the case of serpentine form with gilt metal mounts 30cm high £250-350 70 A late 19th century French Charles Field Haviland porcelain part coffee service each decorated with flowers with gilt highlights, marked in underglaze green ‘CFH/GDM/FRANCE’, comprising: eight coffee cups, seven saucers, coffee pot, sugar bowl and milk jug; and a similar decorated Dresden milk jug (19) £120-180

Colour images of all lots are available on our website at www.lyonandturnbull.com

71 A large 17th century deep Chinese porcelain dish with a central scene of a kylin in a landscape with banana trees and rocks, the reverse with auspicious symbols, the centre with a hallmark within a double ring, 35.5cm diameter (restored); together with a Chinese porcelain saucer dish painted in blue and white with a scene of rabbit hunters, with a border of stylised flowers and a scalloped rim, the reverse with flowers and a six character mark of Cheng hua, 23cm diameter (cracked) (2)

78 A set of six 20th century Chinese Canton famille rose twin handled soup bowls, covers and saucers decorated with roses, birds and butterflies (6) bowl 13cm wide, saucer 14.5cm wide £150-250

Provenance: The Henry and Sula Walton collection.

80 A bronze of a classical lady standing on a square plinth 29cm high £250-350

£100-200 72 Three 18th century Chinese famille rose plates each of circular form, decorated with flowers (3) 23cm wide £150-200 73 A group of 18th century Chinese famille rose plates each of circular form, decorated with flowers (9) each 22.5cm diameter £400-600 74 A Chinese blue painted vase In the Kangxi manner of baluster form, decorated with flowers and rockwork, artemisia leaf mark within a double concentric circle (damages) 32cm high £200-300 75 A Chinese blue painted vase of baluster form, decorated with panels of flowers 31cm high £150-200 76 A Chinese cloisonné enamel bowl decorated with butterflies 24.5cm diameter £200-300 77 A Victorian mahogany letter and envelope box fitted interior, 32cm wide, 32cm high, 26cm deep; a mahogany sewing box with mother of pearl inlay, fitted interior, 25cm wide, 11cm high, 17cm deep; a wood cigar box, 28cm wide, 11cm high, 20cm deep; a square marquetry desk box, 11cm square; a marquetry blotter, 16.5cm wide; a square mother of pearl inlaid box, 11cm square; and a pipe in a case, 15cm wide (7) £220-280

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79 A 20th century patinated bronze figure of a dog sitting on a rectangular plinth 22cm high £120-180

81 A bronze figure of a boy After H. Gebhardt the front marked ‘Schenk’n’s ma’ woas’, the rear marked ‘H. Gebhardt’ and monogram ‘R.K.B.’ 19cm high £250-300 82 A bronze figure of a boy lying down, with gilt highlights 15.5cm wide £250-300 83 A Rockingham style porcelain bowl the twelve sided bowl decorated with floral sprays on a yellow ground with gilt highlights, printed mark 25cm diameter £150-250 84 A 19th century English porcelain spill vase of cylindrical form with flared rim, decorated with a landscape scene on a light blue ground with gilt highlights, 12.5cm high; and an amber flash glass vase of shaped cylindrical form with foliate etched decoration, 20cm high (2) £150-200 85 A pair of Staffordshire pottery figures of seated pugs (2) each 23cm high £150-250

86 A Meissen porcelain plate of circular form with scalloped rim, decorated with flowers, cancelled cross sword marks, 25cm diameter; and a Continental cabinet cup, decorated with a street scene on a yellow ground with gilt highlights, painted marks, 10cm high (2) £180-220 87 A large Monart glass bowl, circa 1930 the mottled and swirling lemon body with multi-coloured inclusions to the rim, shape no. UDIV 28cm diameter £100-200 88 A large Victorian brass telescope Inscribed ‘Tho. Jones, 124 Mount Street’, on a folding tripod stand 105.5cm long £300-500 89* A 19th century scalloped plate In the Chelsea style the basket moulded polychrome painted border with exotic birds, the well with flower spray and further flower sprigs, red painted anchor mark, 22cm diameter; together with a Chelsea style red anchor mark plate with scalloped border, painted with flower spray and further sprigs, 20.5cm diameter (damages) (2) £150-200 90 A Victorian part fruit service decorated with birds on a branch on a cream ground with a light blue border, painted marks, comprising: five plates and two comports (7) £120-180 91 A 19th century Chinese blue painted bowl decorated with flowers, 20.5cm diameter; and a Chinese imari plate, decorated with flowers, 25.5cm diameter (2) £220-280 92 A 19th century Anglo-Indian inlaid work box of rectangular form, on paw feet (one lacking), the interior fitted with compartments and accessories 32cm wide, 11cm high, 23cm deep £150-250

93 A pair of Chinese carved wood and lacquer double gourd vases each with carved wood exterior depicting dragons chasing pearls of wisdom over a carved cinnabar lacquer ground (drilled) 30cm high £300-500 94 A Spode blue printed ‘Tiber’ pattern ashet of oblong form, printed mark, 41.5cm wide; and another blue printed ashet, decorated with a landscape scene, 47cm wide (2) £150-250 95 A 19th century portrait miniature of a gentleman watercolour on ivory, in an ebonised and gilt frame 8cm x 6.5cm £150-250

101 A cranberry glass decanter Probably decorated by Mary Gregory decorated with children in a landscape, matched stopper, 19cm high; and a clear glass tapered jug, decorated with a boy in a landscape, 16cm high (2) £150-200 102 A cut crystal brandy decanter and stopper, circa 1960s of rectangular form with silver gilt mounts, the body with monogram ‘N’ below a crown 21.5cm high £100-150 103 A group of French graduated pewter measures lidless with angular handles, metric measurements from centi-litre to litre, various marks (7) £100-200

96 A 19th century portrait miniature of a gentleman watercolour on card, in a gilt metal and red leather case (distressed), signed 7.5cm x 6cm £200-300

104 Ethnographic Interest Four bronze figures comprising: a horse and rider and three other figures (5) £150-250

97 A 19th century portrait miniature of Charles I watercolour, in an ebonised frame with crown shaped mount 10cm x 7.5cm £150-250

105 A large Royal Worcester vase and cover of ovoid form, decorated with flowers on a cream ground with gilt highlights, printed marks, pattern number 2048 (damages) 43cm high £150-200

98 A 19th century portrait miniature of a lady watercolour, in a gilt and ebonised frame, 8cm x 6cm; a rectangular portrait miniature of a lady, watercolour on ivory (cracked) in a giltwood frame, 11cm x 8.5cm; and a verre églomisé silhouette of a gentleman and a lady taking their tea in an interior setting, in an ebonised and gilt frame, 18cm x 23cm (3) £250-350 99 A small vernacular yew wood stool with rectangular top, standing on four legs 25cm wide, 21cm high, 20.5cm deep £100-150 100 A 20th century Chinese ‘Peking’ blue glass vase tall slender neck over a beehive form body, incised character marks to base 18cm high £150-200

106 A Royal Crown Derby imari palette part dinner service each with printed marks, comprising: eleven large plates, seven medium plates, ten small plates and two ashets (30) £250-350 107 A large Japanese blue and white plate decorated with cranes flying over a pine tree with a mountain in the background, impressed marks, 37cm diameter; and another large Japanese blue and white plate decorated with stylised floral motifs, 37.5cm diameter (2) £150-250 108 A Japanese Imari bowl of circular form, decorated with flowers, 25cm diameter; and a large Japanese Imari charger, 41cm wide (2) £150-250

109 A Japanese Imari charger of circular form, the well decorated with a phoenix surrounded by panels decorated with flowers and a fence, 47cm diameter (damages); a Japanese Imari plate with scalloped edge decorated with flowers, 33cm diameter; a smaller Japanese Imari plate of similar design, 28.5cm diameter; and a Japanese Imari plate of oval scalloped form, 33cm wide (4) £150-250 110 A group of Japanese Imari plates of various designs (23) £200-300 111 An opaque glass lustre the rim frieze decorated with leaves above lustre drops, 33cm high; and a patinated bronzed figural lamp, modelled as a boy holding up a pink glass lamp shade, 39cm high (2) £150-250 112 A Royal Doulton twin handled vase Signed H. Bettley, 1913 decorated with roses on a cream ground with gilt highlights, painted and printed marks 17cm high £200-300 113 A Japanese Imari baluster vase decorated with chrysanthemums and mythological creatures 33cm high £150-250 114 Jewish Interest Two Hanukah Menorah brass candlesticks each with eight branches and a detachable ninth branch, on a domed hexagonal base each 26cm high £150-200 115 A Marina Jaeger Le Coultre Atmos clock the brass and perspex case of rectangular form with chinoiserie decoration 23cm high £300-500 116 Two Katie Horsman studio pottery cats each signed to base, 30cm high and 12.5cm high; and another painted pottery cat, marked ‘J Lene Mexico’, 12cm high (3)

117 A 19th century ‘Snuff Taker’ type blue painted pottery Toby Jug holding a mug instead of a snuff box 27.5cm high £120-180 118 A stone seal with raised geometric decoration, 7cm high; and a terracotta bust of a woman with curly hair, with protruding eyes, on square wooden plinth, 14cm high (2) £150-250 119 A Roman/ Egyptian terracotta bowl with stirrup handle, 10cm diameter; a black glazed terracotta shallow bowl with two side handles, 7cm high; and another similar bowl, 8.5cm high (3) £150-250 120 A Roman/ Egyptian terracotta maskhead fragment mounted on wooden plinth, 7.5cm high; a Roman terracotta votive figure, 6.5cm high; and a Roman terracotta bust of a maiden, 11.5cm high (3) £100-150 121 A Roman terracotta small slender vase 13cm high; a painted terracotta vase with elaborate loop handle and ribbed bulbous body, 10cm high; and a Roman painted trefoil lipped terracotta vase with ribbed bulbous body, (handle missing), 13.5cm high (3) £200-300 122 After the Antique Two 19th century Italian bronze oil lamps comprising: a lamp with eagle mounted loop handle, 14.5cm wide; and another similar bronze lamp with maskhead mounted loop handle, 13.5cm wide (2) £100-150 123 A 19th century carved ivory finial depicting a skull surmounted by a seated figure of a Buddha in scrolling aureole, on a later stand 8cm high 12.5cm high £100-150

Note: Katie Horsman was the former Head of Ceramics at Edinburgh College of Art.

£150-250

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124 A large 19th century brass inkstand of tapering rectangular form, decorated to the centre with a lion’s head mask flanked by reticulated foliate panels with the heads of putti to either end, on bracket feet 39cm wide, 17cm high, 18cm deep £300-400

130 A 19th century pink opaque painted glass vase and cover of baluster form, flanked by handles, decorated with a bird on a branch with gilt highlights, 38cm high (including cover); and another similar decorated cover, 9.5cm high (2) £150-200

125 A group of Luneville wares decorated in pink and green with a cockerel and flowers, printed marks, comprising: a plate, two bowls, three side plates, two pin dishes, two footed stands, a strainer, a mat, a twin handled dish, four knife rests and vinaigrette stand with two jugs and covers (20) £150-250

131 A 19th century mahogany inlaid work box of rectangular form with tapered sides, fitted interior 36cm wide, 15cm high, 26cm deep £200-300

126 A small Wedgwood Dragon lustre bowl of octagonal form, printed marks, 11cm wide, 6cm high; a Wedgwood Dragon lustre vase of ovoid form, printed marks, 12.5cm high; and a Royal Worcester vase decorated with roses on an ivory ground, pattern number ‘2597’, 12cm high (3) £200-300

132 A late 19th century Samson armorial porcelain bowl decorated with flowers and foliage and an armorial to the exterior, and with double L to the interior border, faux Chinese red painted mark 29cm diameter £100-200 133 A Lobmeyr glass bowl with etched floral and scrollwork decoration, etched mark 11cm high £150-200

127 A Royal Doulton ‘A Wandering Minstrel’ pattern loving cup with twin handles, decorated in polychrome glazes, limited edition 445/600, printed marks 14cm high £150-250

134 A late 19th century miniature of a child of rectangular form, in a fitted case with tooled stylized foliate motif decoration (one door loose) 10cm x 7.5cm £120-180

128 A pair of Italian faience ewers In the Renaissance manner with painted mark to base, each 30cm high; a blue painted ovoid faience vase with chinoiserie decoration, 21cm high; and a Noritake tazza and stand, in the Neo-Classical manner, 17cm high (5) £150-250

135 A pair of 19th century German porcelain twin handled urns each urn of typical form, the handles set with masks, standing on a square plinth base, decorated with opposing scenes of classical figures on a red ground with gilt highlights, blue painted beehive mark and red painted marks 19.5cm high £150-250

129 Four Carltonware vases comprising: a bottle vase decorated with a fish on a red ground, printed marks, 18cm high; an ovoid vase and cover decorated with a spider’s web and flowers, printed mark, 17cm high; a ‘Rouge Royale’ ovoid vase and cover decorated with a chinoiserie landscape, 12cm high; and an ovoid biscuit jar with silver plated rim, handle and cover, decorated with flowers, printed mark, 17cm high (4) £120-180

136 An early 20th century American studio pottery lamp of ovoid form with gilt metal mounts, fitted for electricity, later velour shade, cast marks 55cm high £100-200

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137 A 17th/18th century brass bed warming pan the overlapping pan with a reticulated cover and engraved tulip decoration, turned wood handle 112cm long £200-300 138 A 19th century Venetian style carved wood torchere of a kneeling blackamoor 49cm high £300-500 139 An early 20th century French green onyx clock garniture the gilt metal dial with black Arabic numeral chapters, the movement striking on a gong, in a green onyx architectural style case, 38cm high; with two urn shaped lamps, fitted for electricity, each 39cm high (3) £300-500 140 A 17th century bronze and brass cauldron the bulbous sides with twin angular handles, raised on three feet 25cm diameter, 22cm high £100-150 141 A Japanese kutani bottle shaped lamp decorated in red and gilt with figures in a landscape, red character marks to base 50cm high £100-200 142 Five Japanese printed books, Meiji period (5) £100-200 143 An Art Nouveau bottle vase By Zsolnay, Pécs, Hungary of shaped form with reticulated sides, decorated in green and cream glazes with painted and impressed marks to base 29cm high £150-250 144 An 18th century Chinese monogram porcelain bowl and saucer decorated to the centre with a mongram in gilt surrounded by foliate motifs in a famille rose palette; another bowl with similar decoration; and a group of later porcelain wares comprising: four celadon plates decorated with birds and butterflies; a famille rose plate; and a famille rose bowl (9) £150-250

144A A brass clock mechanism Marked Stringer, Stockport the engraved dial with black Roman numerals, gilt spandrels, the movement striking on a bell, 28.5cm square; and a brass plate decorated with a stag in a wood, 26.5cm wide, 23cm high (2) £120-180 145 A portrait of James Veitch Attributed to James Morrison (1778-1853) oil on canvas, wearing a white cravat and dark overcoat, giltwood and gesso frame 31cm high x 24cm wide £1,000-1,500 146 A portrait of William Veitch Attributed to James Morrison (1778-1853) oil on canvas, wearing a white cravat and dark overcoat, giltwood and gesso frame 31cm high x 23cm wide £1,000-1,500 147 Three items of Arts & Crafts metalwork, circa 1910 comprising: a copper cigarette box, lined in wood and repoussé decorated with whiplash foliage and bearing inscription to lid ‘Cigarettes’, 22cm across; a copper wine jug, of tapering square section, repoussé decorated with stylised plant forms, 30cm high; and a tin planter, of rectangular section, repoussé decorated with flowering foliage, 50cm wide (3) £150-250 148 An Alfred Powell art pottery wash set, circa 1910 each painted with bands of foliage, painted marks, comprising: a ewer, 31cm high; a basin, 41.5cm diameter; a soap dish, 19cm wide; and a toothbrush holder, 10.5cm high (4) Provenance: Alys & Hugh Fairfax-Cholmeley, Brandsby Hall, Yorkshire and by descent.

£200-300 149 A 19th century inlaid mahogany mantel clock the cream dial with black Roman numerals, the case of rectangular section with arched top, the front with brass inlaid design, standing on ball feet 25cm high £200-300

150 A large 19th century black japanned tray of rounded rectangular form, decorated with an ornate urn, birds and foliate motifs, signed to rear 81cm wide, 60cm deep £200-250 151 A pair of pale oak wall brackets each of ribbed design with acorn finial to base (2) 35cm high £150-250 152 A pair of Victorian cut glass comports and covers each with dome shaped cover with pointed finial, the scalloped bell shaped bowl with knopped stem and flower foot, 39cm high; and a later comport of boat form with scalloped rim and faceted diamond shaped stem and foot, 22cm high (3) £150-250 153 A 19th century mahogany dressing glass the mirror of oval form supported by serpentine supports on a serpentine fronted base with three drawers on bracket feet 66cm high £150-200 153A A Victorian embroidered silkwork In the Chinese manner decorated with flowers, birds and butterflies on a mustard yellow ground 195cm x 232cm £300-500 154 A Victorian Gothic Revival stained, painted and leaded glass panel depicting St. Peter 85cm x 41cm £100-200 155 A Keswick School of Industrial Arts ‘Renaissance’ copper tray, circa 1880 of rectangular outline repoussé decorated with an allover acanthus pattern, stamped maker’s mark 60cm wide, 39cm deep Literature: Bruce, Ian, ‘The Loving Eye and Skilful Hand’, published Carlisle 2001, page 90, plate 71. Note: William Morris sent sheets of Kelmscott printing to the School as examples of craft work. The present design of scrolling acanthus emulates his designs.

£100-200

156 A group of 19th century and later picture frames comprising: ebonised, gilt metal and gilt wood examples; and three Chinese hardwood stands (qty) £200-300 157 Three decorative prints of classical urns each in a reeded ebonised frame 66cm x 57cm £200-300 158 A large alphabet sampler decorated with the alphabet and numbers above bird, animal and floral motifs 52cm x 41cm £120-180 159 A 19th century alphabet sampler of tall rectangular form, 43cm x 18cm; and a Victorian beadwork panel of oblong form depicting a stork amidst flowers and rocks, 22cm x 46cm (2) £150-250 160 An early/mid 19th century sampler ‘Pinninah Wild her 1835 work aged 15’ depicting a house surrounded by urns of flowers surrounded by a foliate border 49cm x 37.5cm £200-300 161 An early 19th century sampler titled ‘Vanity’ ‘Ann Allisons work aged 10 1821’ the three verses surrounded by figures and plants contained within a foliate border 57cm x 55cm £180-220 162 A 19th century needlework map of England and Wales 50cm x 44cm; and a map of Oxfordshire, 44cm x 39cm (2) £200-300 163 A 19th century sampler centred by a brick house with birds, animals and foliage, contained within a foliate border 45cm x 39cm £100-150 164 Two granite curling stones of typical form with ivory handles £150-250

165 A Royal China Works Worcester ewer with scroll handle, foliate decorated and reticulated panels to body on an ivory ground with gilt highlights, printed marks, 19cm high; a Royal Crown Derby twin handled vase and cover of ovoid form decorated with birds on a blue and yellow ground, printed and incised marks, 12cm high; a Wedgwood blue jasperware jar and cover with silver plated mounts, impressed mark, 17cm high (3) £200-300 166 A 19th century Royal Crown Derby inkwell of circular form with two lip ink wells and handle, the frieze painted with roses, indistinct printed marks 14.5cm wide £100-150 167 A pair of 19th century Derby imari palette vases each of ovoid form with twin handles, painted marks, 7.5cm high; and a pair of Derby imari palette bottle shaped vases, each with painted marks, 8.5cm high (4) £200-300 168 Three Royal Worcester signed twin handled cups and saucers each cup 15cm wide, each saucer 15cm diameter, printed marks, comprising: a cup and saucer, decorated by E. Townsend titled ‘Robin’; a cup and saucer, decorated by E. Townsend, titled ‘Linnet’; and a cup and saucer, indistinct signature, titled ‘Yellow Hammer’; and a Royal Worcester hanging vase, modelled as an urn with ribbons, printed marks, pattern number ‘1155’, 23cm high (7) £300-500 168A A group of Royal Worcester wares comprising: a twin handled Hadley ware vase decorated with a peacock, signed, printed marks, 20cm high; a ewer decorated with roses, printed marks, 21cm high; a ewer decorated with ivy leaves, printed marks, 26cm high; a jug decorated with flowers, printed marks, 15cm high; and a twin handled vase decorated with Highland cows, printed marks, 14cm high (damages) (5) £250-350

169 § A salvaged and soldered steel candlestick, circa 1990 By Mark Brazier-Jones the winged candle nozzle raised above crab motif base 24cm high £100-200 170 A hand coloured engraving titled ‘Masquerade’ After Hieronymus Löschenkohl of oval form, 30cm x 40cm; and another by the same hand (2) £200-300 171 An etching titled ‘Smithfield Sharpers or the Countrymen defrauded, 1787’ After Thomas Rowlandson 33cm x 40cm (13in x 16in) ; and another print, ‘Billy Blubber or the Flying buck going to the enchanted castle’ by Edward Topham (2) £150-250 172 A hand coloured engraving titled ‘The Queen’s Library, Frogmore’ After Charles Wild 19cm x 26cm; and another two by the same hand, ‘The Japan Room’ and ‘A Staircase’ (3) £80-120 173 A Clarice Cliff ‘Crocus’ twin handled jug, circa 1930 printed factory marks 30cm high £150-250 174 Two Chinese blue painted temple jars and covers In the Kangxi manner, but later each of baluster form decorated with dragons amidst clouds chasing flaming pearls (2) 40cm high £500-700 175 Two early 20th century Chinese ivory figures of a male and a female deity, each with incised marks to base, on hardwood stands (2) each 15cm high £200-300 176 Two Chinese yellow ground plates each decorated with twelve animals, comprising: the rat, ox, tiger, hare,dragon, snake, horse, goat, monkey, cockerel, dog and pig, the verso with red seal mark (2) 23.5cm diameter £150-200

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177 A Chinese brass vase and cover the cover with lion dog finial, the vase with twin rope twist handles standing on three elephant head feet 29cm high £150-200 178 A Japanese hardwood netsuke depicting two goats, character marks to mother of pearl cartouche 4.5cm high £120-180 179 An Oriental storage box composed of three sections with handle, decorated with chinoiserie scenes 46cm high £150-180 180 A brass repeater carriage clock the cream dial with black Roman numerals striking on a gong, 14cm high; and a gilt brass carriage clock with cream dial and black Roman numerals, the serpentine case with two bands of rococo scroll work, in a case, 12.5cm high (2) £200-300 181 Taxidermy interest An early 20th century Pir Panjal Markhor mounted head mounted on a shield, the verso marked ‘R.W.’ left horn 82cm, right horn 86cm £200-300 182 Taxidermy Interest A mounted Wildebeest head mounted on a shield left horn 31cm, right horn 30cm £200-300 183 Taxidermy Interest A stuffed turtle with white shell, lacking skeets 70cm long £250-350 184 A collection of sea shells Collected in the late 19th century (qty) £200-300 185 An amethyst geode 25.5cm wide, 42.5cm high, 14cm deep £200-300

186 An amethyst geode 24.5cm wide, 40.5cm high, 13cm deep £200-300 187 A group of 19th century and later pewter wares with various marks, comprising: seven goblets, three plates, two candlesticks, two chamber sticks with snuffers, two mugs and two flagons (18) Provenance: Formerly from Skelmorlie Castle

£200-300 188 Three Georgian brass mounted fire irons each with ornate brass handle, comprising: a poker, 74cm long; tongs, 70cm long; and a shovel, 74cm long (3) £120-180 189 An early 20th century English County Standard 56lb balance By De Grave & Co. Ltd. the lacquered brass beam with hanging support and brass pans, stamped on the beam ‘De Grave & Co. Ltd. Makers London’ and ‘Borough of Brighton’ and ‘Capacity 56lb, various ‘VR’,’GR’ and ‘ER’ marks, contained in a fitted box beam 73.5cm wide £300-400 190 A group of 18th century and later Chinese porcelain wares comprising: a bowl decorated with flowers and branches, good luck symbol to base, 9cm high (cracked); two bowls and four saucers, each item painted in polychrome; two hardwood libation cups; and a carved ivory fan (10) £150-250 191 A 19th century mahogany lap desk bound at the corners with brass, fitted interior 50cm wide, 15cm high, 26cm deep £150-250 192 A 19th century Florentine giltwood frame the frame with ornate scroll work and shell motifs 84cm x 84cm £350-450

193 A 19th century box of drawing instruments the interior composed of three levels with various instruments, box 36cm wide, 10cm high, 14cm deep; a box set of rulers composed of two levels, box 42cm wide, 11cm high, 11cm deep; a cased US steel protracter, box 37cm wide, 17cm deep; and a later slide rule, 30cm long (4) £200-300 194 A 19th century carved ivory ball the hinged exterior decorated with oak leaves, the interior reveals two figural scenes open 9.5cm wide, 5cm high £150-250 195 An opaque glass petrol pump globe, marked ‘Multiple Pump’ on a metal base 40cm high £120-180 196 A 19th century desk stand the white composite base of shaped oval form standing on scrolling gilt metal legs, with two detachable glass ink bottles, of square section with gilt metal mounts and painted porcelain plaques 28cm wide, 12.5cm high £120-180 197 A Japanese bronze group of a lion attacking a tiger composed of two sections, each section with a cartouche containing a four character mark, on a hardwood base 18cm high £300-500 198 Three Chinese bronzed figures of deities comprising: a old bald man holding a peach and a walking stick, standing on a circular base, 75cm high; a man carrying a child in his right hand and a scroll in his left hand, standing on a circular base, 78cm high; and a man with a wide hat, carrying a branch, 78cm high (3) £600-800 199 A large Japanese celadon plate, Meiji Period with incised floral decoration 45.5cm diameter £300-500

Colour images of all lots are available on our website at www.lyonandturnbull.com

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200 A George Jones pottery bowl decorated with panels of polychrome painted birds on a blue ground with gilt highlights, printed mark, 20.5cm diameter; a pottery figure of a seated nude lady, marked ‘Royal Dux’, 20cm high; and a small Royal Winton ‘Marguerite’ pattern teapot and cover, printed marks, 10cm high (3) £300-500 201 An 18th century English porcelain bowl decorated with a chinoiserie scene, 12cm diameter; a Delft plate decorated with a chinoiserie landscape scene, 22.5cm diameter; and a Delft plate decorated with flowers, 22cm diameter (3) £120-180 202 A Victorian majolica dish decorated with flowers, impressed marks, 27cm wide (restored); a majolica plate decorated with flowers and leaves, 25cm wide; and a Beleek vase, with applied flower decoration, gold mark, 10.5cm high (3) £150-250 203 Three 19th century card cases comprising: a mother of pearl card case, 8cm wide, 10.5cm high; an ivory card case with penwork decoration, 7cm wide, 10.5cm high; a wood card case with carved chinoiserie design, 7cm wide, 11cm high; and a tortoiseshell box of rectangular form, 10.5cm wide, 3.5cm high, 7cm deep (4) £180-220 204 A group of five drinking glasses comprising: a large goblet with bell shaped bowl, knopped stem and plain foot, 21cm high; an airtwist glass with bell bowl, airtwist stem and conical foot (chipped) 16.5cm high; two similar faceted glasses, each with funnel bowl, faceted stem and conical foot, 15cm high; and a rummer with shaped bowl, knopped stem and plain foot, 13cm high (5) £180-220 205 A cameo glass lamp base, circa 1910 By Muller Freres, Luneville of baluster form with spreading base, acid etched with pine trees, cameo signature ‘Muller Freres/ Luneville’ 46.5cm high £150-250

206 A Japanese satsuma plate decorated with a lady travelling with two servants, character marks to verso, 32cm diameter; a Japanese satsuma vase decorated with figures in a landscape, 15.5cm high; six Japanese saucers, of leaf form, decorated with flowers, character marks, each 18cm wide; and a lobed oval dish decorated with flowers, character marks to verso, 26cm wide (9) £150-200 207 A crocodile skin briefcase of rectangular form, handle replaced, protective sleeve 41cm wide, 26cm deep £300-500 208 Dog Interest A walking cane with dog head handle 92cm long £250-350 209 An early 19th century gold mounted walking cane the gold handle with repoussé handle and engraved crest, marked ‘A.S’, gilt braid wrist cord 91cm long £250-350 210 An early 19th century gold mounted walking cane the gold mounted handle with foliate chasing and crest 92.5cm long £250-350 211 A 19th century papier mache tray of shaped oblong form, painted with flowers and gilt highlights (cracked) 79cm wide, 59cm deep £150-200 212 A 19th century papier mache tray of shell form, painted with flowers with gilt highlights 66cm wide, 50cm deep £200-300 213 A 19th century papier mache tray of scalloped oblong form, painted with flowers and a bird with gilt highlights 60.5cm wide, 48.5cm deep £150-200 214 An Indian painting gouache on paper, depicting a man and a woman in a landscape 32cm x 22cm £150-250

215 A French School bronze figure of a blacksmith depicted working at his anvil, raised on a marble plinth 39cm high £100-200 216 A 19th century mahogany miniature chest with boxwood and ebony inlay, comprising three graduated drawers on bracket feet, 49cm wide, 36cm high, 34cm deep; and a mahogany corner wall bracket, with three shelves and reticulated sides, 69cm wide (2) £150-250 217 A Wemyss pottery matched part tea set each item decorated with cherries, various marks, comprising: a teapot and cover, sugar bowl, milk jug, two cups, two saucers a small dish; and a small Wemyss preserve pot and cover (cover chipped); and a small dish, each decorated with plums, various marks (10) £200-300 218 A 19th century mahogany and ebony strung work box of rectangular form, standing on ball feet, 29cm wide, 17.5cm high, 21.5cm deep (one handle lacking); a walnut humidor with wood and mother of pearl inlay, 28cm wide, 12cm high, 20cm deep; and a mahogany collector’s cabinet, 27.5cm wide, 27cm high, 19cm deep (3) £200-300 219 A 19th century ivory figure of a seated Buddha 7cm high £120-180 220 A Louis Vuitton type case 69cm wide, 46cm high, 22cm deep; and a leather bound case, (distressed) 68cm wide, 41cm high, 19cm deep (2) £180-220 221 Three Louis Vuitton type items comprising: a jacket case, a weekend bag and a vanity case (3) £120-180 222 An 18th century small sword cut steel handle, knuckle guard damaged and lacking, triangular blade, in a sheath blade 81cm long £100-150

223 An alabaster desk set, circa 1935 By Henry Griffith & Sons, London comprising: an inkstand, with silver gilt hinges, 20.5cm long; a calendar with gilded fittings, 11.5cm wide; and a blotter, 12.5cm wide, each with malachite line inlay, makers marks; and an associated alabaster cigarette box with red onyx inlaid decoration and silver gilt hinges, hallmarked London 1934, maker ‘G.B. & S.’, 13cm wide (4) £150-250 224 A 19th century English part tea set decorated in blue with gilt stylised leaves and geometric forms and with polychrome painted flowers, comprising: a twin-handled sugar bowl and cover; a slop bowl; a milk jug; twelve tea cups; twelve coffee cups (one lacking handle); twelve saucers; two bread plates; and a similar sugar bowl and cover (46) £100-150 225 A group of Chinese porcelain wares comprising: a small famille rose bowl decorated with flowers, 14cm diameter; a famille rose tea cannister decorated with mandarins, 12cm high; a small baluster vase decorated with baskets of flowers (chipped) 22.5cm high; a plate decorated with flowers, 23cm diameter; and two footed dishes, each decorated with flowers, 13cm diameter (6) £220-280 226 A 19th century French helmet Made for the body guard of the King of Egypt the helmet with crescent finial, arrow shaped nose guard, lacking mail neck piece 28cm high £300-400 227 A pair of painted Tibetan temple doors with central lozenge panels decorated with gilt heightened scrolling flowers, with rope twist latch (2) 39cm wide, 96.5cm high £200-300 228 A French bisque headed doll Marked ‘STEINER/PARIS/Fre A 9’ £200-300

229 A collection of French and German bisque headed dolls with various limbs and marks (damages) comprising: ‘Heubach/250.6./Köppelsdorf’; ‘390/Germany/A.7.M.’; ‘S.F.B.J./Paris’; ‘I4/0/Made in Germany’; ‘Made in Germany/B.S.W.’; ‘A.M./Germany’; ‘A.M./Germany/351/5K’ (7) £1,200-1,500 230 A brass and patinated metal microscope Marked ‘W. Watson & Sons, 313 High Holborn, London’ serial number ‘6428’ 31cm high £180-220 231 A ‘Win and Place’ slot machine contained in an oak case 73cm x 49.5cm £200-300 232 A late 19th century Louis XV style giltmetal and onyx mantel clock the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, with an eight-day movement striking on a bell, surmounted by a figural cartouche and flanked by a seated lady in traditional costume, raised on a shaped onyx base with toupie feet, together with a glass dome 31cm wide, 33cm high £400-600 232A An 1891 Victorian £1 green stamp with heavy postmark and an 1867 1883 5/-, each contained in folder with information sheet (2) £120-180 233 A large collection of world stamps contained in six albums; together with three stock books, mainly containing British Commonwealth examples; a large collection of loose stamps; and a Lusitania commemorative medal, VF, unboxed (qty) £200-250 233A A small collection of Victorian stamps to include a penny black; a collection of imperforate penny reds; a collection of perforated two penny blues etc; together with a USA Benjamin Franklin 5c, Canadian 3d ‘Beaver’ and a commemorative coin cover, all contained in plastic folders with plates identified and information cards (qty) £150-180

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234 A large collection of postcards to include thematics, geographical and militaria interest contained within albums and with loose examples and a small collection of photo cards (qty) £200-300

242 A Japanese cloisonné enamel vase of elongated tapering ovoid form, decorated with trailing wisteria and lilies on a dark blue ground, signature mark to base 24.5cm high £150-200

235 A painting of Cardinals In the manner of François Brunery oil on canvas 30cm x 40cm £500-700

243 A pair of Japanese cloisonné enamel vases each of tapering ovoid form below a flared neck, decorated with chrysanthemums and lilies on a black ground, 16cm high; together with a small cloisonné pot with lid and spoon, of squat spherical form raised on three metal feet, decorated with a dragon on a black ground, 5cm high (3) £150-200

236 A William Freeman painting of a Minster oil on canvas, signed and dated ‘1885’ on verso 29cm x 37cm £500-700 237 A 19th century school painting of a bird oil on paper 33cm x 25cm £120-180 238 A 19th century English School painting of a man in a tavern oil on canvas, signed 31cm x 23cm £200-300 239 A pair of Japanese cloisonné enamel vases each of tapering ovoid form with flared neck and foot, decorated with prunus blossom, convulvulus and dragonflies on a pale blue ground, 30.5cm high; together with a pair of smaller vases of tapering ovoid form with flared neck, decorated with chrysanthemum flowers on a pale blue ground (damages) 12.5cm high (4) £150-200 240 A pair of Japanese mixed metal vases of tapering ovoid form with flared neck, decorated with relief cast flowers and birds, 15cm high (2) £100-150 241 A Japanese cloisonné enamel vase of tapering ovoid form with small flared neck, decorated with a group of pigeons in front of chrysanthemums and rushes on a dark blue ground, 15cm high; together with a vase of shouldered similar form with flared neck, decorated with prunus blossom and lilies and a bird in flight on a dark blue ground, 15cm high (2) £150-200

244 A large Japanese cloisonné enamel vase of tapering ovoid form with wide flared neck and raised on flared foot, decorated with wild roses on a yellow ground, 37.5cm high; together with a smaller vase of square tapering form with flared neck, decorated to the body with swallows on a cream ground, and to the neck with flowers on an aventurine-flecked brown ground (damages), 18.5cm high (2) £150-200 245 A pair of Japanese cloisonné enamel hexagonal vases and covers each side panel decorated with flowers and butterflies on brown and pale yellow ground, the lid and two sides with aventurine flecks, raised on three feet; 10cm high (2) £120-180 246 A pair of Japanese cloisonné enamel vases of tapered square form, each side panel decorated with a dragon or a cockerel and flowers, on a brown ground, 15cm high (2) £120-180 247 A Japanese cloisonné enamel vase of ovoid form below a flared neck, decorated with roundels of flowers, birds and butterflies on a pale green ground, 24cm high (damages); together with a vase of tapering form decorated with chrysanthemums on a grey ground, 15cm high (damages) (2) £100-150

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248 A pair of Japanese cloisonné enamel vases with flared neck above ovoid form body, decorated with Ginbari enamelled dragon on a blue ground (pitting and scratching), 18cm high; together with a small cloisonné saucer decorated with a dragon on a pale lilac ground, 9.5cm diameter (3) £150-200

254 A pair of large Japanese cloisonné enamel vases each of slightly tapering ovoid form with flared neck and foot, decorated to the body with birds, flowers and a tree branch with seed pods on a pink ground, and to the neck and foot with phoenix and geometric pattern borders on a grey ground (damages to one) 29.5cm high (2) £200-300

249 A pair of Japanese cloisonné enamel vases each with elongated flared neck above squat baluster form body, decorated with a dragon on a black ground, 15cm high (2) £150-200

255 A pair of Chinese cloisonné enamel vases each with trumpet form neck above tapering ovoid body, decorated to the neck with scrolls, stylised flowerheads and a stiff leaf border, the body decorated with two blue dragons chasing a pearl of wisdom on a ground of scrolling clouds above a border of waves, 23cm high; together with a bowl with everted rim, similarly decorated, 20cm diameter (3) £150-200

250 A Japanese cloisonné enamel vase of ovoid tapering form below flared neck, decorated with prunus blossom and a bird on a branch on a dark blue ground, 18cm high; together with a pair of smaller vases of similar form, each decorated with chrysanthemums growing above hills and a river on a dark blue ground with allover spirals, 12.5cm high (3) £200-300 251 A pair of Japanese cloisonné enamel vases each with flared neck above tapering ovoid body, decorated with chrysanthemums and birds on a black ground, 18cm high; together with a further vase of shouldered ovoid form, decorated with chrysanthemums and convulvulus growing by a river, on a dark blue ground (base loose), 15cm high (3) £200-300 252 A pair of large Japanese cloisonné enamel vases of ovoid form with wide flared neck, decorated with a dragon on an orange ground, and at the neck with clustered chrysanthemums on a light blue ground (damages), 36cm high (2) £150-200 253 A pair of Japanese cloisonné enamel vases each of shouldered tapering cylindrical form below slightly flared rim, decorated with prunus blossom and flowers on a light blue ground, 18cm high; together with a pair of smaller vases of tapering ovoid form, decorated with a pigeon sitting on a branch of acer japonicum, 12cm high (4) £150-250

RUGS AND CARPETS 256 A Chinese carpet early/mid 20th century, the plain cream field with floral branch designs encroaching from the plain blue border, outer cream band 354cm 279cm £150-250 257 A pair of Chinese rugs early/mid 20th century, ensuite with the previous lot 204cm x 124cm £150-250 258 An Ersari main carpet late 19th/early 20th century, the red field with three columns of eight indigo, brown and red guls, hooked stepped lozenges between, within double indigo, brown and red geometric borders between bands 386cm x 260cm Provenance: The Henry and Sula Walton collection.

£200-300 259 A Kazak rug early 20th century, the red field with central column of five red and indigo medallions, within indigo wine glass and serrated leaf border between pyramid bands 220cm x 152cm Provenance: The Henry and Sula Walton collection.

£100-200

260 A Kazak rug late 19th/early 20th century, the indigo field with five polychrome lozenge medallions with pyramids between, within ivory hooked geometric border between red and blue bands 234cm x 112cm £150-250

268 A Bakhtiari rug early 20th century, the indigo field with central cream and blue medallion, cream spandrels, within rust stylised vine and rosette border between bands 210cm x 145cm £150-250

272 A Victorian mahogany stool the square cushioned seat over a floral carved apron raised on moulded cabriole legs, 45cm wide, 45cm high, 45cm deep; and a mahogany tray, of oval form with shell marquetry and brass handles, 53cm wide (2) £100-150

261 A Tabriz carpet late 19th/early 20th century, the indigo field with allover angular arabesque vine, palmette and rosette pattern, within similar red border between bands 368cm x 310cm £300-500

FURNITURE

273 A 19th century elaborate carved oak longcase clock John Davie, Lithgon the arched brass plate with silvered dial, cast spandrels, Roman numerals, date aperture, the carved pediment of opposing dogs, oak leaf carved frieze, arched trunk door, plinth base £400-600

262 A Hamadan runner modern, the red field with serrated leaf pattern, within indigo rosette border between bands 282cm x 84cm £220-280 263 A Turkish carpet modern, the red field with allover hooked lozenge pattern, within indigo stylised palmette and vine border between bands 295cm x 195cm £400-500 264 An Aubusson style needlepoint carpet modern, the cream field with foliate pattern, within realistic foliate border 366cm x 274cm £450-550 265 An Aubusson style needlepoint carpet modern, the field with allover foliate and floral pattern, within similar border 274cm x 183cm £300-400 266 A Ziegler style carpet modern, the light red ground with allover palmette and vine pattern, within light brown stylised vine border between bands 250cm x 175cm £300-400 267 A Ziegler style carpet modern, the cream field with allover foliate vine pattern, within red palmette and folaite vine border between bands 300cm x 200cm £450-550

269 A pair of Chippendale style mahogany armchairs each with arched cushioned back over serpentine acanthus carved open arms, cushioned seat, raised on acanthus carved cabriole legs terminating in scroll feet, upholsterd in yellow needle point with bird and floral patterns and rustic scenes(2) 75cm wide, 104cm high, 70cm deep £600-800 269A A pair of Chippendale style mahogany armchairs each with arched cushioned back over serpentine acanthus carved open arms, cushioned seat, raised on acanthus carved cabriole legs terminating in scroll feet, upholsterd in yellow needle point with bird and floral patterns and rustic scenes (2) 75cm wide, 104cm high, 70cm deep £600-800 270 A Chippendale style mahogany framed sofa the arched back over scroll arms, loose cushioned seat, acanthus carved cabriole legs terminating in scroll feet, upholsterd in yellow needle point with bird and floral patterns and rustic scenes 200cm wide, 104cm high, 80cm deep £500-600 270A A Chippendale style mahogany framed sofa the arched back over scroll arms, loose cushioned seat, acanthus carved cabriole legs terminating in scroll feet, upholsterd in yellow needle point with bird and floral patterns and rustic scenes 200cm wide, 105cm high, 80cm deep £500-600 271 A late Victorian pink upholstered armchair the arched back over scroll arms, loose cushioned seat, raised on mahogany square tapering legs £150-250

274 A late 18th century mahogany longcase clock By J.W. Nicholson & Son with twin train movement, the painted arched dial depicting a maiden water carrier and spandrels, Roman numerals, subsidiary second and date dials, the hood with swan neck pediment, pilasters, bowfronted trunk door flanked by pilasters, panelled base with serpentine apron, raised on bracket feet 210cm high £400-600 275 A George III mahogany longcase clock By C. Brotherston, Dalkieth the arched enamel and painted dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary date and second dials, with eight day movement, the swan neck pediment over fluted columns, inlaid trunk door flanked by fluted quarter columns, plinth base raised on bracket feet 224cm high £800-1,000 276 A George III longcase clock By William Hendrie, Airdrie the arched brass dial with chapter ring, Arabic and Roman numerals, subsidiary second dial, date apperture, eight day movement, later pediment, spirally turned columns, beaded trunk door with star inlay, flanked by spirally turned quartered columns, beaded plinth base, raised on bracket feet 218cm high £400-600

277 A 19th century heavily carved oak longcase clock By Thomas Lister the square face with Roman numerals, subsidiary second dial and date aperture, brass spandrels, eight day movement, the projected moulded cornice over spirally turned columns with brass capitals, trunk door, plinth base, raised on bracket feet 210cm high £800-1,200 278 A George III mahogany longcase clock By Shapland and Petter the arched enamel and painted dial depicting a hunting scene, Arabic numerals, subsidiary second dial and date aperture, eight day movement, the swan neck pediment with urn finial, Corinthian columns, crossbanded shell inlay trunk door, crossbanded plinth base, shaped apron, raised on bracket feet 220cm high £800-1,200 279 A George IV Scottish mahogany longcase clock J. Melrose, Edinburgh the white painted dial surmounted by a castle view, with subsidiary second and date dials, with an eight-day bell striking movement, the hood with broken swan neck pediment and fluted pilasters, the crossbanded case raised on shaped bracket feet 48cm wide, 211cm high, 24cm deep £500-800 280 A George III mahogany longcase clock By J Campbell the arched enamelled and painted dial, with Arabic numerals, subsidiary second dial, eight day movement, the swan neck pediment over fluted Doric columns, moulded trunk door, flanked by fluted quarter columns, plinth base raised on bracket feet 237cm high £600-800 281 A mahogany grand piano, circa 1912 By Irmler, Leipzig with iron frame, the moulded top over plain frieze raised on fluted tapering turned legs, terminating in brass caps and castors, serial number ‘20059’ 143cm wide, 100cm high, 172cm long £500-800

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282 A Victorian mahogany inlaid parlour suite each with serpentine top-rail over a pierced vase shaped vertical slat, serpentine pad seat, raised on cabriole legs terminating in shaped pad feet, united by stretchers, comprising two arm chairs and four side chairs (6) £200-300 283 A mid 19th century mahogany sideboard of small proportions, the boxwood strung frieze drawer over a tambour cupboard, flanked by deep drawers, raised on square tapering legs terminating in spade feet 113cm wide, 90cm high, 53cm deep £300-400 284 A 19th century mahogany corner wash stand with graduated splash back over three wells, boxwood strung frieze panel, open shelf with a single short drawer, flanked by dummy drawers, raised on square legs terminating in splayed feet, united by a T-shaped stretcher 67cm wide, 104cm high, 43cm deep £200-300 285 A George III oak chest the moulded rectangular top over two short and three graduated long moulded drawers, raised on bracket feet £300-400 286 A set of five Victorian rosewood balloon back chairs each with carved scroll back over a green velour cushioned serpentine seat, raised on cabriole legs (5) £300-400 287 An elm wheel back Windsor chair the arched back over pierced vertical splat flanked by combs, shaped seat raised on splayed baluster turned legs united by a crinoline stretcher £150-250 288 An 18th century oak kist the moulded rectangular lid over three panels above two moulded short drawers, raised on bracket feet 142cm wide, 94cm high, 55cm deep £300-400

289 A set of six Regency mahogany dining chairs each with scroll tablet top-rail, over horizontal scroll carved splat, dropin pad seat, raised on ring turned legs, united by stretchers £600-800 289A A pair of Regency style oak balloon back chairs with upolstered seats and turned fluted legs (2) £150-250 290 A Regency mahogany breakfast table the brass strung circular top raised on reeded column with X-shaped platform, reeded downswept quadruped legs terminating in brass hairy paw caps and castors £400-600 291 A set of five Regency mahogany dining chairs each with reeded tablet top-rail, over pierced horizontal splat, reeded uprights, cushioned seat, tapering square legs united by Hframe stretchers, including a single carver (5) £250-350 292 An Arts and Crafts oak high back chair the arched top-rail over vertical pierced splats open downswept arms, upholstered seat, raised on chamfered legs united by stretchers £150-250 293 An Art Nouveau inlaid mahogany high back chair the cushioned top-rail over shaped vertical splats, open scroll arms, cushioned seat, square tapering legs united by stretchers £150-250 294 A pair of Aesthetic movement mahogany side chairs the reeded splats and uprights over moulded seat with needle point cushion, raised on baluster turned legs united by stretchers, stamped ‘152 574’ £120-180

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295 A late Victorian three piece parlour suite each with scroll cushioned back and arms over baluster turned splats cushioned seat, raised on tapering turned legs, comprising: a sofa and two chairs (3) 140cm wide £300-500

302 An early 20th century Whytock & Reid mahogany toilet mirror the bevelled mirror with arched top, decorated with scrolling motifs, supported by two plain square columns with acorn finials, standing on a plain base with pad feet 81cm high £150-250

296 A George IV limed oak coronation stool By Waring and Gillows the concave green velour seat with gold trim raised on chamfered square legs terminating in tapering feet, stamped ‘GR VI Coronation’ 48cm wide, 48cm high, 33cm deep £100-120

303 A 19th century French Japonisme black lacquered three fold screen the central panel with carved and stained ivory figures of birds and leafy foliate branches, the other blue lacquered panel with an ivory bird perched on a reed, character marks, the other panel with bevelled glass, the whole on downswept legs 152cm wide, 134cm high £200-300

297 A mid 18th century mahogany three tier dumb waiter with three graduated circular lipped tiers raised on a baluster turned support, tripod cabriole legs, terminating in pointed pad feet, with brass castors 63cm diameter, 116cm high £800-1,200 298 An early 19th century swing frame dressing mirror the rectangular mirror plate mounted by a carved fleur-de-lys and swags, raised on urn mounted fluted columns, acanthus carved reeded downswept legs terminating in C-scroll feet 74cm wide, 80cm high £100-150 299 A late 19th century Swiss Black Forest carved coat rail decorated with a deer head with antlers, over a carved foliate frame, with five upturned hoof rails 102cm wide, 60cm high £300-400 300 A large modern decorative ‘Railway’ dial clock the cream dial with black Roman numerals contained within a wood frame (split), marked ‘S.I.R. J Walker Ltd. 63 New Bond Street, London’ 80cm diameter £200-300 301 A Louis XV style gilt bronze fire guard and a pair of chenets, circa 1900 each of ornate rococo scroll form, the guard surmounted by a winged cherub masks, re-gilded (3) Guard: 79cm wide, 71cm high £500-800

304 A 19th century Vienna wall clock the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals, the case with broken arch pediment and serpentine body (cornice lacking section) 118cm high Provenance: The Henry and Sula Walton collection.

£150-250 305 A Regency mahogany three-tier whatnot the rectangular shelves raised on baluster turned supports over a single frieze drawer, raised on baluster turned legs terminating in brass caps and castors 51cm wide, 102cm high, 40cm deep £400-600 306 A Victorian mahogany occasional table the rectangular top over a plain frieze raised on baluster turned legs united by a single shelf 64cm wide, 71cm high, 40cm deep £100-150 307 An early 20th century mahogany jardiniere of rectangular form, the moulded top with liner, panelled frieze with carved centre, raised on acanthus carved cabriole legs terminating in scroll feet 94cm wide, 77cm high, 40cm high £100-150

308 A 19th century brass fender the serpentine top-rail over a pierced foliate fretwork frieze flanked by fluted columns mounted with urn finials, raised on plinth base 144cm wide, 19cm high, 26cm deep £700-900

314 An 18th century style giltwood mirror the rectangular frame with lobed corners, foliate borders and rosettes, enclosing a rectangular mirror plate 142cm wide, 108cm high £150-250

309 A Victorian mahogany chest the rectangular top over a plain frieze, over five graduated long drawers, flanked by scroll carved brackets, raised on plinth base and bun feet 129cm wide, 131cm high, 58cm deep £250-350

315 A Victorian mahogany breakfast table the moulded circular top raised on an onion turned support, carved downswept tripod legs terminating in C-scrolls, with concealed brass castors 133cm diameter, 74cm high £300-500

310 A George III mahogany Pembroke table the crossbanded oval top, over a frieze drawer and opposing dummy drawer, raised on square tapering legs, terminating in brass caps and castors 75cm wide, 71cm high, 50cm deep, 94cm extended £300-500

316 A 19th century work table the moulded rectangular top enclosing wells and compartment, over a closed fretwork frieze panel, raised on tapering square fluted legs 73cm wide, 74cm high, 50cm deep £200-300

311 A Queen Anne style mahogany bureau bookcase the moulded double arched pediment over two panelled doors enclosing shelves, moulded fall-flap enclosing fitted interior, over four crossbanded graduated long drawers raised on ogee bracket feet 89cm wide, 201cm high, 54cm deep £400-600 312 A set of ten Hepplewhite style mahogany dining chairs each with a moulded arched frame over pierced vertical splat, mounted by carved wheat ears. drop-in pad seat, raised on reeded tapering square legs terminating in spade feet; including two carvers (10) £400-600 313 A Regency style twin pedestal dining table the rounded rectangular top raised on baluster turned columns, tripod sabre legs terminating in brass caps and castors ; including two additional leafs 100cm wide, 77cm high, 162cm long, 270cm £400-600

317 A set of four 19th century mahogany dining chairs each with tablet top-rail over a horizontal splat, blue stuffover pad seat, raised on tulip carved baluster turned legs (4) £150-250 318 An early 20th century mahogany grand piano By Schiedmayer, Stuttgart with iron frame, the moulded top over plain frieze raised on fluted tapering turned legs terminating in brass caps and castors, serial number ‘46761’ £500-800 319 A Venetian glass mirror of tall rectangular form with floral pediment, floral etched mirror frame, bevelled mirror plate 82cm wide, 135cm high £300-400 320 A Victorian mahogany Scotch chest the rectangular top over a concealed ogee frieze drawer, over three deep ogee short drawers, over three graduated long drawers, plinth base, flanked by pilasters, raised on tapering turned feet 130cm wide, 140cm high, 68cm deep £250-350

321 An Edwardian mahogany serpentine display cabinet the projected moulded cornice over boxwood strung frieze panels, glazed door enclosing glass shelves two short frieze drawers, shaped apron, flanked by glazed convex panels and cupboards, raised on square tapering legs terminating in spade feet 122cm wide, 195cm high, 40cm deep £500-700 322 A 19th century inlaid mahogany octagonal side table the elaborate inlaid moulded top raised on a baluster turned support, downswept tripod legs 38cm wide, 76cm high, 38cm deep £200-250 323 A set of eight Hepplewhite style mahogany dining chairs the moulded arched shield back with vertical capital carved splats, cream serpentine cushioned seat raised on square tapering legs terminating in spade feet; including two carvers (8) £300-500 324 A Regency style mahogany dining table the rounded rectangular top over a plain frieze, raised on baluster turned columns, sabre legs terminating in brass hairy paw caps and castors; including a additional leaf 122cm wide, 77cm high, 184cm long, 230cm extended £800-1,000 325 A set of eight 20th century oak Windsor chairs Marked ‘Stewart Linford, from Harrods’ each with shaped top-rail over a vertical pierced vase shaped splat flanked by turned splats, shaped seat raised on cabriole legs, terminating in pad feet united by Hframe stretchers; including two carvers (8) £700-1,000 326 A Victorian ebonised and gilt metal mounted octagonal plinth the floral bounded top over mask and floral detailing, raised on a stepped base 45cm wide, 108cm high, 45cm deep £150-200

327 A white plaster plinth of cylindrical form, depicting young boys holding arms, raised on an octagonal base 34cm wide, 104cm high £120-180 328 A Victorian mahogany wardrobe the projected moulded cornice over two beaded doors flanked by carved floral brackets, raised on plinth base 144cm wide, 210cm high, 66cm deep £200-300 329 A Victorian flame mahogany Scotch chest the rectangular top over hidden frieze drawer, further four graduated long drawers, flanked by pilasters, raised on plinth base with bun feet 127cm wide, 108cm high, 60cm deep £250-350 330 A 19th century mahogany fold over tea table the moulded rectangular top over two short frieze drawers, raised on square serpentine legs 95cm wide, 75cm high, 55cm deep £200-250 331 A Victorian walnut two door cabinet the moulded rectangular top over an inlaid frieze panel above two glazed doors enclosing shelves, flanked by ormolu brackets, raised on plinth base 113cm wide, 98cm high, 29cm deep £250-350 332 A 19th century corner washstand the hinged arched splash back enclosing three wells over ebony strung frieze panel, open shelf with a single frieze drawer, flanked by two dummy drawers, raised on square legs terminating in splayed feet united by a T-shaped stretcher 74cm wide, 82cm high, 44cm deep £200-300 333 A set of four Regency dining chairs each with scroll tablet top-rail over a shaped horizontal splat, drop-in pad seat, reeded frieze, raised on reeded tapering turned legs (4) £250-350

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334 A 19th century mahogany demilune table the moulded top over a plain frieze, raised on serpentine square legs 73cm wide, 93cm high, 45cm deep £250-350 335 A set of ten Hepplewhite style mahogany dining chairs each with moulded arched top-rail over pierced vertical splats, green drop-in pad seat, raised on square legs united by H-frame stretchers; including two carvers (10) £1,000-1,500 336 A Regency three tier wirework garden planter the graduated demi-lune trellised tiers raised on scroll feet 127cm wide, 90cm high, 73cm deep £150-200 337 A 19th century Continental fruitwood rent desk the planked rectangular top with coin aperture, above a central knee hole with shaped apron, flanked by two frieze drawers, a pair of panelled cupboard doors enclosing a void interior, raised on stile feet 178cm wide, 75cm high, 77cm deep £300-500 338 An 18th century walnut and beech lowboy the rectangular top above a single drawer with boxwood lining, raised on cabriole legs and terminating in claw and ball feet (adapted) 82cm wide, 71.5cm high, 53cm deep £200-300 339 An early 19th century Italian carved walnut side chair the pierced shaped back carved with scrolling acanthus female terms and surmounted by a grotesque mask and shell motif, above a shaped dish seat over relief carved trestle supports ending in hairy paw feet £200-300

340 A Scottish George III style mahogany inlaid sideboard the brass gallery over four crossbanded gallery drawers, boxwood strung top, four frieze drawers over kneehole flanked by deep drawers raised on boxwood strung square tapering legs terminating in spade feet 183cm wide, 152cm high, 69cm deep Provenance: Made by the firm of David Clow of Kelso and passed by descent through the Clow family.

£600-800 341 A set of eight early 19th century Biedermeier mahogany dining chairs each with tablet top-rail, horizontal splat, concave yellow cushioned seat, raised on sabre legs; including two carvers (8) Provenance: The Henry and Sula Walton collection.

£400-600 342 A George III mahogany inlaid serpentine sideboard A. Gardener & Son, Jamaica Street, Glasgow the shell inlay back board over a boxwood and ebony strung top, over a frieze drawer flanked by deep drawers raised on square tapering legs terminating in spade feet 182cm wide, 106cm high, 73cm deep £500-700 343 An early 20th century oak filing cabinet with arched gallery over a moulded rectangular top, tambour front enclosing shelves raised on plinth base with bracket feet 50cm wide, 97cm high, 39cm deep £100-150 344 A late 19th century Aesthetic Movement occasional table the reverse painted glass top mounted on an associated ebonised mahogany frame, the top decorated with mother of pearl and painted with a central roundel of a swan surrounded by further roundels of wild birds enclosed by a leafy border, the whole within moulded frame and faceted tapering column on tripod base £150-250

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345 An early 20th century walnut serpentine sideboard By Waring and Gillow, in the George I style the shaped top with a foliate carved edge above above three frieze drawers and four cupboard doors, raised on acanthus carved cabriole legs united by a shaped apron and ending in hairy paw feet, bears Waring & Gillow Ltd. label and drawer stamped Gillow 150cm wide, 97cm high, 61cm deep £200-400 346 A Victorian mahogany davenport the writing slope with skiver enclosing a burr satin birch fitted interior, over a pen drawer, four short drawers and opposing dummy drawers raised on plinth base, ceramic castors 61cm wide, 86cm high, 60cm deep £200-300 347 A Victorian rosewood library table the moulded rectangular top over a concealed frieze drawer, raised on twin spiral enclosed cabriole supports, ending in carved scroll feet with counter sunk castors 115cm wide, 77cm high, 56cm deep £400-600 348 A 19th century mahogany drop flap dining table the oval top over inlaid frieze, raised on boxwood stung square tapering legs 120cm wide, 72cm high, 140cm extended £300-400 349 A Regency style green marble top breakfront sideboard with beaded frieze over two panelled doors flanked by brass mesh doors enclosing shelves, raised on plinth base 166cm wide, 89cm high, 35cm deep £400-600 350 A 20th century mahogany pullout dining table the panelled rectangular top, enclosing two leaves, over a plain frieze, raised on cabriole legs terminating in pad feet, with concealed castors 139cm long, 77cm high, 114cm deep, 244cm extended £400-600 351 A set of eight mahogany dining chairs each with plain red leather back, drop in seat, plain cabriole legs (8) £200-300

352 An 18th century ebonised and painted bowfront corner cabinet the moulded cornice over two doors depicting a court scene, enclosing shelves 57cm wide, 94cm high, 39cm deep £300-400 353 An Edwardian rosewood octagonal centre table the moulded top over a plain frieze, raised on carved square tapering legs terminating in brass caps and castors, united by stretchers 77cm wide, 73cm high £200-300 354 A Victorian mahogany bookcase and undercabinet the projected moulded cornice over two glazed doors enclosing adjustable shelves, the undercabinet with bowfront frieze drawer above cupboard doors flanked by acanthus carved bracket, raised on plinth base 17cm wide, 230cm high, 50cm deep £300-500 355 A late 17th century Charles II oak chest the later rectangular top above four mitre moulded long graduated drawers, raised on bun feet 101cm wide, 91cm high, 57cm deep £300-500 356 A Chinese hardwood carved trunk the panelled lid with bamboo carving over brass escutcheon and pad lock, panelled front and sides, raised on bracket feet 94cm wide, 49cm high, 46cm deep £120-180 357 A 17th century style oak gate leg table the oval top over a frieze drawer, raised on baluster turned legs united by stretchers, the legs terminating in bun feet 112cm wide, 70cm high, 33cm deep, 132cm extended £200-300 358 A Regency mahogany writing desk the moulded rectangular top over a long frieze drawer enclosing writing slide, flanked by four short drawers, raised on square tapering legs terminating in brass caps and castors 110cm wide, 79cm high, 63cm deep £150-250

359 A late 17th/ early 18th century mahogany breakfast table the moulded circular top over a plain frieze raised on a tapering octagonal column, triangular base, with scroll carved feet, enclosing castors 122cm diameter, 75cm high £600-800 360 A Victorian flame mahogany Scotch chest the rectangular top over a concealed ogee frieze drawer, three deep ogee drawers and three graduated long drawers, plinth base, flanked by spirally turned pilasters, raised on squat baluster turned legs 122cm wide, 148cm high, 57cm deep £300-500 361 A Chinese painted wood wedding chest of tapering cylindrical form decorated with figures and mythological creatures 48cm diameter, 82cm high £200-300 362 A pair of Chinese yellow tables each with square top over a shaped apron single open shelf raised on square legs united by shelves 42cm wide, 77cm high, 42cm deep £150-250 363 A George III inlaid mahogany cellarette the domed lid opening to reveal a later lined interior with compartments, raised on a later stand with reeded square tapered legs 43cm wide, 71cm high, 30cm deep £150-250 363A A late 20th century large portrait gilt overmantle mirror the acanthus moulded frieze panel with fleur-de-lys cartouche, raised on Corinthian columns, enclosing mirrored plate 165cm x 142cm £150-250 364 An Edwardian inlaid mahogany bureau bookcase the projected moulded cornice over frieze panel, two astragal glazed doors, enclosing shelves, the bureau with moulded fall-flap enclosing fitted interior over four crossbanded graduated long drawers, raised on bracket feet 91cm wide, 210cm high, 47cm deep £400-600

365 A miniature burr walnut serpentine chest the moulded top over four graduated drawers, raised on bracket feet 46cm wide, 75cm high, 36cm deep £150-250 366 A late Victorian mahogany marquetry envelope games table the square top enclosing green baize lining and copper wells, over an inlaid frieze drawer, serpentine apron, cabriole legs with lobed feet terminating in ceramic castors, united by elaborate X-frame 54cm wide, 76cm high, 54cm deep, 77cm open £400-600 367 A late 19th/ early 20th century large low oak glazed bookcase the moulded top over sliding astragal glazed doors enclosing shelves, raised on plinth base 218cm wide, 117cm high, 41cm deep £300-400 368 A set of six early 20th century mahogany dining chairs each with acanthus carved serpentine top-rail over a pierced carved vase shaped splat over dropin pad seat, raised on carved square legs united by H-frame stretchers; including two carvers (6) £300-500 369 A Louis XVI conversation seat the moulded arched back over cushioned back and arms, a large fleur-de-lys adjoining both seats, serpentine cushioned seat, raised on cabriole legs terminating in scroll feet 139cm wide, 81cm high, 102cm deep £200-300 370 An 18th century style slim walnut bureau bookcase the projected moulded cornice over an astragal glazed door enclosing shelves, the bureau of serpentine form with crossbanded fall-flap, enclosing a fitted interior with two short and two long drawers, raised on bracket feet 65cm wide, 182cm high, 44cm deep £250-350

371 A Victorian mahogany breakfast table the moulded circular top over a beaded frieze, raised bulbous baluster turned column, moulded cabriole tripod legs, terminating in scroll feet, with ceramic castors 115cm diameter, 77cm high £200-300

378 A Victorian mahogany hall table the moulded rectangular top over a full length frieze drawer, raised on tapering octagonal column with scroll brackets, cruciform base, with lobed downswept legs terminating in paw feet, with brass castors £200-300

372 A Victorian mahogany demi-lune fold over table with beaded frieze raised on baluster turned legs 118cm wide, 75cm high, 58cm deep, 116cm open £120-180

379 An Italian style gilt overmantel mirror the elaborate vine boarder with central cartouche, scalloped moulded frame, with rectangular bevelled glass plate 120cm wide, 100cm high £500-600

373 A late 19th century mahogany bureau bookcase the projected moulded Greek key cornice over a beaded frieze, astragal glazed doors enclosing shelves, moulded fall-flap enclosing fitted interior, over three cockbeaded graduated long drawers, shaped apron raised on splayed bracket feet 103cm wide, 208cm high, 60cm deep £500-700 374 A late 19th century stained wood window seat the side arms of scroll form, solid seat, slight low relief carved detail, moulded apron, and raised on cylindrical legs 134cm wide, 70cm high, 38cm deep £200-300 375 A burr walnut hall table By Morison & Co, Edinburgh the moulded rectangular top with canted corners, beaded frieze, raised on scroll carved cabriole legs united by a single shelf, with shaped carved apron 125cm wide, 76cm high, 48cm deep £600-800 376 A late 19th century mahogany parlour suite each with shaped scroll top-rail over pierced vase shaped vertical splat, blue cushioned seat raised on cabriole legs terminating in pad feet, comprising: four side chairs, two arm chairs and a settee (7) 117cm wide £300-500

380 An early 19th century style Chinese chest the rectangular top over three frieze drawers, two cupboards with brass lock plate, flanked by a further short drawer, raised on scroll carved feet 140cm wide, 90cm high, 50cm deep £250-350 381* A George III elm country arm chair the shaped top-rail over a pierced vertical splat, serpentine open arms, drop-in pad seat, raised on square legs united by stretchers £150-250 382 A late George III mahogany bureau the fall front enclosing a partially fitted interior, the base with four long drawers, brass loop handles and shaped back plates, on bracket feet 99cm wide, 109cm high, 50cm deep £100-200 383 A Victorian mahogany chest the rounded rectangular top over two short and three long drawers raised on a simple plinth base, turned wood handles 72cm wide, 88cm high, 42cm deep £150-250 384 A 20th century mahogany D-end dining table comprising three sections, each with plain frieze, raised on square tapering legs terminating in spade feet £400-600

377 A softwood framed Orkney chair with straw back, over open scroll arms, box seat raised on square legs £250-350

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385 An early 20th century brass Corinthian column standard lamp with acanthus capital over a fluted column and laurel decorated plinth, on a step base 132cm high £500-700

391 An Edwardian mahogany side table the rounded rectangular top above two frieze drawers, shaped brass loop handles and back plates, and on square section legs with castors 106cm wide, 76cm high, 48cm deep £150-180

386 An Italian School burr walnut and brass mounted sideboard, circa 1970s with an arrangement of three drawers and twin cupboards flanked by two further cupboards on a plinth 182cm wide, 76cm high, 50cm deep £300-400

392 A Regency style mahogany triple pedestal dining table the crossbanded reeded rounded rectangular top over a plain frieze, raised on gun barrel turned pedestal, boxwood strung sabre legs terminating in hairy paw caps and castors 100cm wide, 77cm high, 320cm long £400-600

387 An adapted Victorian mahogany kneehole desk the moulded rectangular top with three quarter gallery, over a single frieze drawer flanked by a further four short drawers, raised on tapering turned legs terminating in brass caps and castors £400-600 388 A 19th century mahogany drop leaf table the moulded rectangular top over a single frieze drawer raised on a later stained pine frame with baluster turned legs 100cm wide, 76cm high, 57cm closed £150-250 389 A late 19th century French overpainted dining table the cleated rectangular top raised on four baluster turned legs ending in shaped platform base, united by an X-stretcher; together with a set of six single and two associated cream painted chairs, with cane seats (9) 229cm long, 79cm high, 99cm wide £400-600 390 A late 19th century mahogany breakfront wardrobe the moulded cornice above a central section with a panelled two door cupboard above two short and two long drawers, turned wood handles and flanked to each side with a full height hanging cupboard, all raised on a plinth base 250cm wide, 230cm high, side section 59cm deep £800-1,200

393 A Victorian mahogany pole screen the moulded square frame surrounded by open fretwork (damaged), enclosing an embroidered Scottish coat of arms, raised on baluster turned support, cabriole tripod legs terminating in scroll feet screen 68cm wide £100-150 394 A 19th century Continental walnut work table the crossbanded serpentine lid with canted corners over two frieze drawers, raised on a baluster turned column, shaped downswept tripod legs 47cm wide, 80cm high, 38cm deep Provenance: The Henry and Sula Walton collection.

£300-500 395 A 19th century Anglo-Indian ebonised and penwork games table, circa 1840 the square chequer board tilt-top with an ornate foliate scroll border, raised on a faceted turned column and ivory inlaid triform base ending in lobed bun feet 59cm wide, 73cm high £200-300 396 An Art Nouveau inlaid mahogany cabinet, circa 1900 with rectangular marquetry top raised on square tapering legs 85cm wide £150-250 397 A set of six William IV mahogany dining chairs each with deep flared tablet top-rail over horizontal splat, pad seat, ogee frieze raised on baluster turned legs, including a carver (6) £150-250

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398 A Regency mahogany fold over tea table the crossbanded rounded rectangular top over a dummy frieze drawer raised on reeded baluster turned legs 112cm wide, 73cm high, 51cm deep £100-200

405 A Victorian mahogany three door breakfront wardrobe the moulded cornice over three panelled doors enclosing hanging space and drawers on plinth base 216cm wide, 202cm high, 57cm deep £300-500

399 A mahogany twin pedestal dining table the rounded rectangular top raised on gun-barrel supports, tripod sabre legs terminating in brass caps and castors; including two additional leaves 118cm wide, 75cm high, 280cm extended £300-500

406 A pair of 19th century fireclay Garnkirk urns of gourd form with semi lobed sides and a socle foot, raised on later cube pedestal bases 36cm diam, 90cm high (including base) £1,500-2,000

400 A George III oak and mahogany banded chest the moulded rectangular top above two short and three long graduated drawers, raised on bracket feet 93cm wide, 94cm high, 51cm deep £400-600 401 A late 19th century Charles II style carved walnut armchair the caned panel back with pineapple finials, centred by a crown and cherub cresting, with acanthus carved scroll arms and cane seat, raised on spiral turned legs united by a carved shaped stretcher £250-300 402 A Victorian oak hall chair the carved back with central panel of figures in relief, the solid seat on fluted turned legs joined by stretchers £100-150 403 A large 20th century Arts and Crafts style steel fire basket the galleried basket cast with stylised foliate finials, the pair of dogs with exaggerated profile stems centred by reeded panels and with basket form finials dogs 107cm high, basket, 168cm wide, 42cm deep £200-300 404 A pair of gold damask settees with scroll arms and tasselled aprons (2) 182cm wide £400-600

407 A pair of 19th century terracotta urns on stands of campana form the sides semi lobed sides decorated with fruiting vines, raised on a fluted socle foot, the pedestal stands with further fruiting vine relief decoration and stepped platform bases 50cm diam, 129cm high £1,500-2,000 408 A Victorian mahogany two door wardrobe the moulded cornice over two carved panel doors enclosing hanging space and two short drawers on plinth base 157cm wide, 206cm high, 65cm deep £200-300 409 A Georgian style sofa the upholstered scroll back and arms over loose cushioned seat, the whole covered in patterned light blue material, raised on mahogany square legs £300-500 410 A 19th century mahogany bureau bookcase the dentil cornice over astragal glazed doors enclosing adjustable shelves above a drum-top enclosing fitted interior, two panelled doors raised on bracket feet (later alterations) 117cm wide, 212cm high, 58cm deep £300-500 411 A George III mahogany and inlaid side table the top of rounded rectangular form above a plain frieze and square tapered legs, with brass caps and castors 127cm wide, 73cm high, 52cm deep £200-300

412 An Art Deco walnut framed three piece suite each with wood faced arms and uprights with later striped upholstery and loose cushions, comprising: a three seat sofa and two matched armchairs (3) £600-800 413 A late 19th century mahogany torchere the moulded serpentine top raised on acanthus carved fluted column, cabriole tripod legs terminating in pad feet 56cm wide, 129cm high £100-150 414 A Victorian mahogany side chair Attributed to Richard Norman Shaw the back with stepped top rail and studded leather panel, above upholstered panel seat on turned legs linked by stretchers Provenance: Sir William Phipson Beale, Drumlamford House, Ayrshire

£100-200 415 A Victorian mahogany inverted breakfront compactum the projected moulded cornice over two panelled doors, five graduated long drawers flanked by urn topped quarter pilaster, full length panelled doors raised on plinth base £300-500 416 A Victorian cast iron chimney piece decorated with a classical frieze and flanked by two figures above Corinthian column supports £150-250 417 A set of eight 18th century style mahogany dining chairs each with acanthus carved interlaced serpentine top-rail over three matching horizontal splats, light blue drop-in pad seat, raised on serpentine moulded square legs united by stretchers, including two carvers (8) £800-1,200 418 An early 19th century mahogany tilt top pedestal table the rounded rectangular top raised on a well turned circular column and raised on tripod legs, disc feet 92cm wide, 75cm high, 80cm deep £120-180

419 An oak centre table, circa 1910 After Sir Robert Lorimer the rectangular planked top above cut out scrolling supports linked by a shaped stretcher with peg fixing 121cm wide, 67cm high, 58cm deep £400-600 420 A Chinese softwood chest the rectangular top over four rows of three short drawers, opening to reveal a fall flap, with all over red writing 81cm wide, 76cm high, 32cm deep £200-300 421 A pine Suffolk dobbin the rectangular lid over a tapering trunk raised on square legs united by stretchers 125cm wide, 86cm high, 47cm deep £200-300

426 A early 20th century mahogany tea table the beaded circular top over a plain frieze, raised on acanthus carved cabriole legs terminating in pad feet, united by stretchers 75cm diameter, 74cm high £120-180 427 A Chinese mother of pearl inlaid cabinet and matched stand the cabinet with rectangular top over two frieze panels doors above two further short drawers, raised on bracket feet (door damaged); the stand with lipped rectangular top over staggered open shelves raised on tapering square legs (2) total 70cm wide, 138cm high, 40cm deep £200-300

422 A George III mahogany corner cabinet the moulded top with canted corners, a lozenge inlaid door, raised on square tapering legs 54cm wide, 71cm high, 39cm deep £200-300

428 A fine Edwardian mahogany side cabinet the moulded rectangular top with skiver, over a frieze drawer, a panelled door enclosing a fitted interior, flanked by square columns, the whole raised on plinth base 61cm wide, 84cm high, 62cm deep £120-180

423 A late 20th century ottoman of rectangular form, the whole upholstered in pale blue, raised on mahogany turned legs terminating in brass caps and castors 126cm wide, 42cm high, 57cm deep £150-250

429 A late George III mahogany bureau the moulded fall-flap enclosing fitted interior, over four graduated cock-beaded long drawers raised on bracket feet 96cm wide, 104cm high, 56cm deep £400-600

424 A Victorian ebonised whatnot with three crossbanded open shelves with canted corners, a single frieze drawer, on fluted baluster supports, the whole raised on squat baluster turned legs terminating in brass caps and ceramic castors 66cm wide, 89cm high, 53cm deep £150-200

430 A 19th century heavily carved oak table the circular top with carved masks and griffins, a large copper bowl to the centre, raised on splayed bobbin turned legs united by stretchers 92cm diameter, 47cm high £250-350

425* A Regency rosewood and brass inlaid card table the foldover top enclosing a baize inset playing surface, the shallow breakfront frieze centred by a stylised foliate motif, raised on a splayed square column support, ending in sabre legs with hairy paw brass caps and castors 89cm wide, 71cm high, 44.5cm deep £800-1,200

431 A Victorian mahogany arm chair the brown leather cushioned back over scroll arms terminating in acanthus carved ends, raised on baluster turned legs 75cm wide, 117cm high, 80cm deep £200-300 432 A mahogany framed wing back armchair the cushioned back over scroll arms pad seat, raised on square legs united by stretchers, the whole covered in pink and floral upholstery 92cm wide, 103cm high £300-500

433 A Regency style mahogany triple pedestal dining table the reeded rounded rectangular top, raised on baluster turned supports reeded sabre legs terminating in brass hairy paw caps and castors; including two additional leaves 114cm wide, 74cm high, 234cm long, 333cm extended £1,000-1,500 434* A Victorian mahogany bookcase and undercabinet the projected moulded cornice, over two arched glazed doors enclosing shelves, the undercabinet with moulded top over a frieze drawer above a panelled door, raised on plinth base 110cm wide, 220cm high, 49cm deep £300-500 435 A carved oak bureau bookcase the projected cornice over two leaded glass doors enclosing shelves, the moulded fall flap enclosing fitted interior, over two deep short drawers a single long drawer, raised on bracket feet 115cm wide, 232cm high, 51cm deep £250-350 436 An early 20th century oak coffer the panelled lid enclosing shelves over panelled frieze flanked by fluted corners, raised on plinth base 141cm wide, 64cm high, 57cm deep £150-200 437 An early 20th century oak bookcase cabinet the chamfered rectangular top, over two glazed doors enclosing shelves, raised on plinth base 110cm wide, 99cm high, 29cm deep £120-180 438 A Vietnamese brass bound chest the rectangular top over two sets of lattice work cupboard doors and three short drawers, shaped apron raised on shaped bracket feet 90cm wide, 118cm high, 47cm deep £200-300 439 A Chinese low table the rectangular top over two carved frieze drawers flanked by carved brackets, raised on square legs 166cm wide, 48cm high, 64cm deep £200-300

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440 A early 20th century pink upholstered wingback armchair the arched back over scroll arms, loose cushioned seat, raised on mahogany square tapering legs terminating in brass caps and castors £300-500 441 A 19th century mahogany and inlaid kingsize bed the headboard with swan neck pediment over a moulded top, cross banded and oval inlay, similar footboard; including bed irons and stretcher 177cm wide,155cm high, 205cm long £400-600 442 A 19th century mahogany wig stand the moulded circular rail on scroll supports, two short drawers, raised on baluster turned supports, triangular shelf with shaped apron, raised on cabriole legs terminating in pad feet 34cm diameter, 86cm high £250-350 443 A late 18th century mahogany four poster bed the moulded top with drapes, raised on spirally turned supports, raised side and spring base 145cm wide, 220cm high, 200cm long £500-800 444 A pair of Gothic style brass fire dogs and basket each with octagonal heads raised on bobbin supports, flared plinth base and fire basket, the pediment shaped back mounted by a thistle finial, serpentine grate (3) 9cm wide, 61cm high £200-300 445 A 19th century mahogany circular drop leaf table the moulded top over opposing bowfront boxwood strung frieze drawer, raised on square tapering legs, terminating in ceramic castors 109cm wide, 73cm high, 59cm deep, 127cm open £150-250

446 A pair of late 20th century mahogany and burr walnut bedside tables each with two crossbanded open shelves, single frieze drawer, raised on block and turned legs terminating in brass caps and castors 46cm wide, 60cm high, 46cm deep £150-250 447 A Victorian settee and chair each with cushioned back, downswept arms and cushioned seat, raised on squat tapering turned legs terminating in ceramic castors (2) 130cm wide £200-300 448 A pair of walnut single beds By Whytock and Reid each with moulded shaped head board and similar footboard raised on cabriole legs terminating in pointed pad feet; including irons (2) 92cm wide £150-250 449 An 18th century tripod table the circular top on turned support on tripod feet 35cm wide, 54cm high £150-250 450 A Victorian satin pine chest the rounded top over two short and three graduated long drawers on plinth base 111cm wide, 99cm high, 52cm deep £200-300 451 A Victorian pine chest the rectangular top over four long drawers on plinth base 127cm wide, 108cm high, 54cm deep £200-300 452 A 17th century oak coffer the moulded rectangular lid over three frieze panels raised on block feet 112cm wide, 56cm high, 44cm deep £300-400

453 A 17th century oak Welsh dresser the projected moulded cornice over two open shelves, reeded rounded rectangular top, three frieze drawers, raised on block and ring turned legs united by an open shelf 150cm wide, 200cm high, 43cm deep £400-600 454 A George III oak bowfront corner cabinet the projected moulded cornice over two doors, plinth base raised on bracket feet 82cm wide, 85cm high, 47cm deep £200-300 455 A 19th century mahogany bombe commode the shaped top over four graduated long drawers, raised on ogee bracket feet 92cm wide, 89cm high, 45cm deep £400-600 456 A set of four 19th century style dining chairs each with arched top-rail, acanthus carved vertical splats, cushioned seat, raised on square tapering legs, including a carver; and a pair of Regency style dining chairs, each with boxwood strung top-rail, over horizontal splats, cushioned seat, raised on tapering turned legs (6) £200-300

457 A George III mahogany chest the crossbanded moulded rectangular top over four graduated moulded drawers raised on bracket feet 76cm wide, 79cm high, 47cm deep £400-600 458 A Regency mahogany bowfront chest the ebony strung frieze over three graduated long drawers, raised on splayed bracket feet 90cm wide, 93cm high, 49cm deep £350-450 459 A George III style bureau bookcase the projected dentil cornice, over a plain frieze, two glazed doors enclosing shelves, moulded fall-flap enclosing a fitted interior, two short over three graduated long drawers, raised on ogee bracket feet 109cm wide, 230cm high, 55cm deep £500-700

END OF SALE

FORTHCOMING SALES

Silver & Jewellery Wednesday, 17th February, 2010 33 Broughton Place, Edinburgh EH1 3RR ENQUIRIES Colin Fraser or Trevor Kyle Tel: +44 (0)131 557 8844 E-mail: colin.fraser@lyonandturnbull.com

Oil Paintings, Watercolours and Prints Thursday 18th February, 2010 33 Broughton Place, Edinburgh EH1 3RR ENQUIRIES Elena Ratcheva or Nick Curnow Tel: +44 (0)131 557 8844 E-mail: elena.ratcheva@lyonandturnbull.com

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CONDITIONS OF SALE

5. VALUE ADDED TAX

Lyon & Turnbull carries on business with bidders, buyers and all those present in the auction room prior to, or in connection, with a

Value Added Tax on the hammer price is imposed by law on all items affixed with an asterisk or double asterisk. Value Added Tax is

sale on the following General Conditions and on such other terms, conditions and notices as may be referred to herein.

charged at the appropriate rate prevailing by law at the date of sale and is payable by buyers of relevant lots.

1. DEFINITIONS

6. PAYMENT

In these Conditions:

(1) Immediately a lot is sold you will:

(a) "Auctioneer" means the firm of Lyon & Turnbull or its authorised auctioneer, as appropriate;

(a) pay to us the total amount due in cash or in such other way as is agreed by us. We accept cash, bank transfer (details on request), Switch or Debit Cards and Visa or MasterCard (please note there is a surcharge of 1.5% (VAT included) when using credit cards). We do not accept American Express.

(b) "deliberate forgery” means an imitation made with the intention of deceiving as to authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source but which is unequivocally described in the catalogue as being the work of a particular creator and which, at the date of the sale, had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been in accordance with the description; (c) "hammer price" means the level of bidding reached (at or above any reserve) when the auctioneer brings down the hammer; (d) "terms of consignment" means the stipulated terms and rates of commission on which Lyon & Turnbull accepts instructions from sellers or their agents; (e) "total amount due" means the hammer price in respect of the lot sold together with any premium, Value Added Tax chargeable and any additional charges payable by a defaulting buyer under these Conditions; (f) "sale proceeds" means the net amount due to the seller, being the hammer price of the lot sold less commission at the stated rate, Value Added Tax chargeable and any other amounts due to us by the seller in whatever capacity and however arising;

7. TITLE AND COLLECTION OF PURCHASES (1) The ownership of any lots purchased shall not pass to you until you have made payment in full to us of the total amount due. (2) You shall at your own risk and expense take away any lots that you have purchased and paid for not later than 3 working days following the day of the auction or upon the clearance of any cheque used for payment after which you shall be responsible for any removal, storage and other associated charges. (3) No purchase can be claimed or removed until it has been paid for. (4) It is the buyer’s responsibility to ascertain collection procedures, particularly if the sale is not being held at our main saleroom.

there is any other breach of these Conditions, 2. BIDDING PROCEDURES AND THE BUYER

we, as agent for the seller and on their behalf,

(a) Bidders are required to register their particulars before bidding and to satisfy any security arrangements before entering the auction room to view or bid;

shall at our absolute discretion and without prejudice to any other rights we may have, be entitled to exercise one or more of the following rights and remedies:

(b) the maker of the highest bid accepted by the auctioneer conducting the sale shall be the buyer at the hammer price and any dispute about a bid shall be settled at the auctioneer's absolute discretion.

(a) to proceed against you for damages for breach of contract;

Bidding increments shall be at the auctioneer’s sole discretion. 4. THE PURCHASE PRICE The buyer shall pay the hammer price together with a premium thereon. Antiques, Jewellery & Silver and Pictures (Not Fine Sales) 17.5% up to £500,000 and 12% thereafter. All other sales (Fine/Special/Collections) 25% up to £25,000 / 20% up to £500,000 / 12% thereafter. VAT will be charged on the premium at the rate imposed by law.

All members of the public on our premises are there at their own risk and must note the layout of the accommodation and security arrangements. Accordingly neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall incur liability for death or personal injury (except as required by law by reason of our negligence) or similarly for the safety of the property of persons visiting prior to or at a sale. 10. COMMISSION BIDS

for any decision to bid for a particular lot and shall be assumed to have carefully inspected

(1) If any lot is not paid for in full and taken away in accordance with these Conditions or if

3. INCREMENTS

express, implied or statutory, are hereby excluded. This Condition is subject to the next

on any account whatever without regard to any directions of you or your agent, whether express or implied.

(h) The singular includes the plural and vice versa as appropriate.

(d) Once made, no bid may be withdrawn.

9. THIRD PARTY LIABILITY

While prospective buyers are strongly advised to attend the auction and are always responsible

8. REMEDIES FOR NON-PAYMENT OR FAILURE TO COLLECT PURCHASES

(e) Our right to bid on behalf of the seller is expressly reserved up to the amount of any reserve and the right to refuse any bid is also reserved.

foregoing neither we the auctioneer or our employees or agents or the seller accept liability for the correctness of such opinions and all conditions and warranties, whether relating to description, condition or quality of lots,

(2) Any payments by you to us may be applied by us towards any sums owing from you to us

(g) "You", "Your", etc. refer to the buyer as identified in Condition 2.

(c) Bidders shall be deemed to act as principals.

(2) We shall, as agent for the seller and on their behalf pursue these rights and remedies only as far as is reasonable to make appropriate recovery in respect of breach of these Conditions

(b) to rescind the sale of that lot and/or any other lots sold by us to you; (c) to resell the lot (by auction or private treaty) in which case you shall be responsible for any resulting deficiency in the total amount due (after crediting any part payment and adding any resale costs). Any surplus so arising shall belong to the seller; (d) to remove, store and insure the lot at your expense and, in the case of storage, either at our premises or elsewhere; (e) to charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.5% per month on the total amount due to the extent it remains unpaid for more than 3 working days after the sale; (f) to retain that or any other lot sold to you until you pay the total amount due; (g) to reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions or to impose conditions before any such bids shall be accepted; (h) to apply any proceeds of sale of other lots due or in future becoming due to you towards the settlement of the total amount due and to exercise a lien (that is a right to retain possession of) any of your property in our possession for any purpose until the debt due is satisfied.

and satisfied themselves as to its condition we shall if so instructed clearly and in writing execute bids on their behalf. Neither the auctioneer or our employees or agents shall be responsible for any failure to do so save where such failure is unreasonable. Where two or more commission bids at the same level are recorded we reserve the right in our absolute discretion to prefer the first bid so made.

following Condition concerning deliberate forgeries and applies save as provided for in paragraph 6 “information to buyers”. (2) Private treaty sales made under these Conditions are deemed to be sales by auction for purposes of consumer legislation. 16. FORGERIES Notwithstanding the preceding Condition, any Lot which proves to be a deliberate forgery (as defined) may be returned to us by you within 21 days of the auction provided it is in the same condition as when bought, and is accompanied by particulars identifying it from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement of defects. If we are satisfied from the evidence presented that the lot is a deliberate forgery we shall refund the money paid by you for the lot including any buyer's premium provided that (1) if the catalogue description reflected the accepted view of scholars and experts as at the date of sale or (2) you personally are not able to transfer a good and marketable title to us, you shall have no rights under this condition.

11. WARRANTY OF TITLE AND AVAILABILITY

The right of return provided by this Condition is

The seller warrants to the auctioneer and to you that the seller is the true owner of the property consigned or is properly authorised by the true owner to consign it for sale and is able to transfer good and marketable title to the property free from any third party claims.

additional to any right or remedy provided by law or by these Conditions of Sale.

12. AGENCY The auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by sellers or buyers. 13. TERMS OF SALE The seller acknowledges that lots are sold subject to the stipulations of these Conditions in their entirety and on the Terms of Consignment as notified to the consignor at the time of the entry of the lot. 14. STANDARD VENDOR FEES AND CHARGES (Subject to VAT) (1) Commission: 15% of the first £3000 and 10% thereafter is charged on the selling price of each lot (subject to a minimum charge of £30). Loss and damage warranty: 1.5% on value of lots sold. Photography: max £40 mono per lot, max £250 colour. Internet Service: £10 per lot. (2) If a vendor wishes to withdraw a catalogued lot, a withdrawal fee will apply at the auctioneer’s discretion; this will be charged at 10% mid estimate. 15. DESCRIPTIONS AND CONDITION (1) While we seek to describe lots accurately, it may be impractical for us to carry out exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Prospective buyers are given ample opportunities to view and inspect before any sale and they (and any independent experts on their behalf) must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any description applied to a lot. Prospective buyers also bid on the understanding that, inevitably, representations or statements by us as to authorship, genuineness, origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated selling price involve matters of opinion. We undertake that any such opinion shall be honestly and reasonably held and accept liability for opinions given negligently or fraudulently. Subject to the

GENERAL 17. We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person. 18 (1) Any right to compensation for losses liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of these Conditions and any exclusions provided by them shall be available to the seller and/or the auctioneer as appropriate. (2). Such rights and exclusions shall extend to and be deemed to be for the benefit of employees and agents of the seller and/or the auctioneer who may themselves enforce them. 19. Any notice to any buyer, seller, bidder or viewer may be given by first class mail in which case it shall be deemed to have been received by the addressee 48 hours after posting. 20. Special terms may be used in catalogue descriptions of particular classes of items in which case the descriptions must be interpreted in accordance with any glossary appearing at the commencement of the catalogue. 21. Any indulgence extended to bidders buyers or sellers by us notwithstanding the strict terms of these Conditions or of the Terms of Consignment shall affect the position at the relevant time only and in respect of that particular concession only; in all other respects these Conditions shall be construed as having full force and effect. 22. Scottish law applies to the interpretation of these Conditions.

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Important information for buyers Buying at Auction

Under this legislation, we are

Electrical Goods

By telephone

This sale is subject to our standard

required to collect a royalty payment

Lots that were once operated by

Bids submitted by telephone must be confirmed in writing.

Terms and Conditions of Sale. If you

for all qualifying works of art, where

mains electricity are bought entirely

have not bought at auction before

the artist is still living. This royalty

at the buyer’s risk. They are offered

Telephone bidding

we will be delighted to advise you.

will be charged to the buyer on the

for sale for display or historical

If you are unable to attend the sale

Estimates

hammer price and in addition to the

purposes and may not comply with

we can normally arrange for you to

Estimates are printed below each lot

buyers premium. It will not apply to

current regulations.

bid on the telephone. This service is

and do not include the buyer’s

works where the hammer price is

Bidding

available entirely at our discretion

premium. The sale will be

less than €1,000 (euros). The charge

At the Sale

and at the bidder’s risk. All

for works of art sold at and above

To bid at the sale all potential

telephone bids must be confirmed in

€1,000 (euros) and below €50,000

buyers must be registered with us

writing, listing the relevant lots and

conducted in pounds sterling. Dimensions Dimensions are for guidance only; it is the buyer’s responsibility to

(euros) is 4%. For items selling

on or before the day of sale. We will

appropriate number to be called. We

above €50,000 (euros), charges are

need proof of identification and

recommend that a covering bid is

calculated on a sliding scale.

residence, and may require a bank

also left in the event that we are

All royalty charges are paid to the

Buyer’s Premium

reference. Potential buyers must

unable to make the call. We cannot

Design and Artists Copyright Society

collect a bidding number before the

guarantee that lines will be

The buyer shall pay the hammer

(‘DACS’) and no handling costs or

sale begins, and show that number

available, or that we will be able to

price together with a premium

additional fees are retained by the

if successful in purchasing a lot.

call you on the day, but will

thereon.

auctioneer. Resale royalties are not

Please ensure that the auctioneer

endeavour to undertake such bids to

Antiques, Jewellery & Silver and

subject to VAT.

repeats the number correctly when

the best of our abilities.

Pictures (Not Fine Sales)

Please note that the royalty payment

confirming the sale. If there is any

is calculated on the rate of exchange

Methods of Payment

17.5% up to £500,000 and 12%

doubt at this stage as to the

thereafter.

at the European Central Bank on the

Goods purchased will not be

hammer price or buyer it must be

date of the sale.

released until we have received full

brought to the auctioneer’s attention

More information on Droit de Suite

payment.

immediately. All lots will be invoiced

is available at www.dacs.org.uk

to the name and address given on

Damage and Restoration

your registration form, which is non-

Occasionally when a lot has suffered

transferable. If you have purchased

extensive damage and/or restoration

a lot you may take your bidding

it is indicated in the catalogue. This

ensure that they are correct.

All other sales (Fine/Special/Collections) 25% up to £25,000 / 20% up to £500,000 / 12% thereafter. VAT will be charged on the premium at the rate imposed by law. (see our Terms and Conditions of Sale). VAT The symbol * by a lot number indicates that VAT is payable by the purchaser at the standard rate on the hammer price. The symbol † by a lot number indicates that the lot has been temporarily imported from outside the EU and that VAT is payable by the purchaser at the rate of 5% on

Cash Cash payments can be made at the accounts desk during or after a sale. Cheque

number to the accounts department

Cheques should be made payable to

is mentioned entirely at our

and receive an invoice immediately.

Lyon and Turnbull Ltd. We reserve

discretion for the benefit of buyers.

If you have not been successful

the right to wait until cheques have

Where there is no mention of

please leave the number at the

been cleared by our bankers before

damage and/or restoration this

Registration or Reception desks.

releasing bought goods. Cheques

should not be taken to mean that there is none. It is the buyer’s responsibility to ensure that the condition of lots is to their satisfaction (see our Terms and Conditions of Sale).

the hammer price and the buyer’s

Condition Reports

can be cleared prior to sale on

In writing Bid forms are available at the sale and at the back of the catalogue. These should be submitted in person, by post, or by fax as soon as possible prior to the sale and we will

request. Cheques drawn by third parties cannot be accepted. If paying by post please include the slip from your invoice. Switch or Credit Cards

bid on your behalf up to the limit

Payment can be made by Switch,

premium.

If potential buyers are unable to

indicated. In the event of receiving

Mastercard or Visa cards. There is a

No VAT is payable on the hammer

inspect lots in person our specialists

two identical bids the first one

surcharge of 1.5% on credit card

price or premium for books bought

will be happy to prepare detailed

received will take precedence. They

payments.

at auction.

Condition Reports on individual lots

must be received at the very latest

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Antiques Auction 30th Jan 2010