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Auction Thursday 29 May 2014 at 10.00am Friday 30 May 2014 at 10.00am

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Order of Sale Thursday 29Th May Lots 1‑200

Silver, Silver Plate 10:00‑12:00 & Metalware (198)

Lots 201‑300

Coins & Medals (49)

12:00‑12:30

Lots 301‑436

Jewellery & Watches (136)

12:30‑14:30

Friday 30Th May

Conditions of Sale This auction is subject to Important Notices, Conditions of Sale and reserves

Lots 501‑600

Oriental Works of Art (92)

10:00‑11:00

Lots 601‑700

English & 11:00‑11:45 Continental Ceramics and Glass (89)

Lots 701‑759

Paintings, 11:45‑12:20 Drawings, Watercolours & Prints (38)

Lots 760‑827

Interiors (68)

12:20‑13:10

Important Sale Information Section start times are approximates based upon a selling speed of 100 lots per hour. Lots marked with an * have VAT added to the Hammer Price. Lots marked ARR (Artists resale right) may have additional charges. Please refer to www.dacs.org.uk Buyer’s Premium is 20% + VAT All goods uncollected by Friday 6th June will be removed to storage and charges from £1.00/Lot/Day shall apply.


Thursday 29th May


Silver, Silver Plate & Metalware at 10.00am


WELLERS Guildford Saleroom

Lot 1

Lot 5

Lot 8

1. A pair of Tiffany & Co sterling silver pierced bonbon dishes with vine and basket border, 405grs approx. (2) £150-250

5. A pair of silver fancy fish servers, the knife blade cut with foliate scrolls, makers mark AH (Aaron Hadfield?), Sheffield 1847 (2) £80-120

2. A silver quatrefoil pin tray with Art Nouveau floral chain & cherub decoration, Sheffield 1993, 87grs approx. £50-80

6. A silver berry or strainer spoon, the bowl cast with a pair of figures and pierced with stars, an imp/pixie to handle, makers mark RS, London 1902, 48grs approx. £40-60

3. A two‑handled silver dish, fancy pierced work border, makers mark S&S in lozenge, Birmingham 1910; three Sampson & Morden ashtrays, c1912, marks worn; and an engine turned ashtray, Birmingham 1937, 297grs £80-120 4. Three silver table spoons; and three dessert spoons, various dates and makers, 364grs (6) £120-180

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9. Six Chinese white metal menu holders, the circular clip with Chinese characters £50-100

7. Five silver napkin rings, various dates & makers; an Elkington silver plated ice bucket with tongs; and a tankard (8) £50-70 8. A silver Corinthian column lamp base, fitted for electricity, with Sikh regimental inscription, makers mark HE Ltd, Sheffield 1909, 36cm high excluding fitting £250-350

Lot 10 10. A white metal overlay green glass flask, the metal cut with foliate scrolls, marks to base and D476, 20cm high £200-300

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Guildford Saleroom WELLERS 11. A silver circular engine turned box with gilt interior, makers mark HU, Birmingham 1967, 63grs approx. £50-80 12. A silver backed engine turned hand mirror, makers mark GSG & Co, Birmingham 1913 £20-40 13. Two circular silver pill boxes; a small rectangular pill box, stamped 925; and a silver brooch formed as a Celtic axe, 65grs total approx. (4) £20-40 14. An Edwardian silver condiment set, comprising mustard, pepperette, oval salt & sugar sifter, each with vertical slats, oval reserves and garlands of leaves, makers mark for Charles Stuart Harris, London 1909, 1910, 1912; together with a silver salt spoon, Chester 1908, 310grs £200-300 15. A quantity of plated wares: a candelabrum, trays, salvers, and a small cut glass biscuit barrel with plated mounts £30-50 16. A Pobjoy Mint Princess Anne wedding commemorative silver dish, London 1973, certificate and box, 121grs £50-70 17. A silver backed dressing table set with repousse grotesque decoration, comprising hairbrush, clothes brush and mirror (3) £50-70 18. A silver condiment set, comprising salt, mustard and pepperette, Edinburgh 1931, 133grs; with two associated silver spoons (5) £60-80 19. An Art Deco silver toast rack, Birmingham 1920, 66grs £30-50

Lot 14 20. A silver king’s pattern sifter spoon, marks worn; two silver napkin rings, 161grs total weighable silver approx; together with a quantity of plated cutlery £60-80

26. A silver capstan inkwell, Birmingham 1908; a silver cigarette box, by Mappin & Webb, London 1942; and a Victorian silver cigar case, Birmingham 1892 £100-150

21. A silver vase, Birmingham 1910; and a silver cigarette case, 298grs total approx. £100-150

27. A Victorian silver bonbon dish, shield form with pierced rim, London 1893, 58grs approx. £30-50

22. A silver plated tea set with tray; a plated baluster jug; a plated ice bucket; a cup holder; a candle holder, and other items £70-90

28. A plated tea service with bracketed rim; a plated bread plate; and a plated entree dish (5) £40-60

23. Walker & Hall silver & ivory handled sandwich servers with pierced and engraved blade, Sheffield 1905; a silver tea strainer, Birmingham 1908, 36grs; two plated cake servers; a set of fish knives & forks; and a pair of plated sugar tongs £30-50 24. A set of twelve Edwardian silver handled pistol grip fruit knives, Sheffield 1912; and four silver napkin rings, 63grs £80-120 25. A silver christening mug, Birmingham 1930; a silver egg cup & spoon, Birmingham 1948; and another christening cup, Birmingham 1919 £50-70

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29. A silver hip flask, Birmingham 1930, 121grs; four silver napkin rings, 82grs; and a plated napkin ring £80-120 30. A quantity of silver plate, including flatware £40-60 31. *A quantity of silver plate, including coffee pots, trays, a claret jug; and other metalware (Lot subject to VAT) £50-70 32. Three silver topped scent bottles; and a silver backed clothes brush, various dates & makers (4) £50-70

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Lot 34 33. A silver cigarette case, by Smith & Bartlam, Birmingham 1913; and another cigarette case, by J. Gloster Ltd, Birmingham 1935, 361grs total approx. £120-180

Lot 36 37. A cased set of silver coffee spoons; and two other sets of coffee spoons, 190grs approx. £50-70

41. *A pair of belt buckles; a bell shaped silver pill box with teddy bear finial; a napkin ring; and a caddy spoon. 97grs total approx. (Lot subject to VAT) £30-50

34. A silver three piece tea set, by Barker Bros, Birmingham 1913, 982grs approx. £300-500

38. Liner memorabilia ‑ a silver topped glass inkwell with enamel pennant of a ‘gold’ galleon on a cobalt blue ground, Birmingham 1932, 7.3cm square £60-90

35. A silver shell dish, by Harry Atkin, Sheffield 1891; a small tennis trophy; and a pair of silver sugar nips, c1800, 184grs total approx. £80-120

39. A silver oval trinket with engine turned decoration, the cartouche engraved A.J.G. and ‘Anita from Daddy, 6th March 1933’ £40-60

43. A pierced silver basket with swing handle, the interior engraved with a crest, makers mark WP, London 1841, 690grs £200-300

36. A Victorian silver salver, by Edward, John & William Barnard, London 1840, 480grs approx. £180-220

40. A Mappin & Webb oak canteen of cutlery £40-60

44. Two silver napkin rings; and four plated napkin rings (6) £20-40

Lot 42

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Lot 43

42. A silver coffee pot, Barker Bros, Birmingham 1937, 440grs approx. £150-250

Lot 47

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Guildford Saleroom WELLERS 45. A quantity of silver plated items, including a muffin dish; a cocktail shaker with glass liner; and a cigarette box £60-90 46. A white metal oval basket with pierced rim, repousse decorated with cherubs, stamped 830, 240grs £150-200 47. A Victorian silver tankard of baluster form, makers mark SW, London 1836, 410grs £150-200 48. A silver sugar castor with blue glass liner, Birmingham 1810, 85grs £50-80 49. A pierced silver bonbon dish, Chester 1899; an oval silver pin tray, London 1904; and a silver Masonic spoon with enamel finial for ‘Plateau Lodge, Nigeria’, Birmingham 1936, 120grs £80-120

Lot 55

50. A white metal cream jug & matching sugar, repousse decorated with figures in a landscape, stamped 830, 310grs £70-100 51. Two silver mustard pots, Birmingham 1909 & London 1937; and a white metal pepperette, 125grs £50-80 52. A Continental white metal oval tray with fluted border, stamped 830, 240grs £80-120 53. A quantity of plated wares, including a rectangular twin‑handled tray, a tankard, a cream jug, and a mug £40-60 54. Three glass bottles with silver tops, various dates; and a glass salt with silver rim (4) £30-50 55. A circular silver salver with piecrust edge, makers mark AC & SS Ld, Sheffield 1958, 510grs £150-200

Lot 58 56. A glass wine jug with plated mounts £30-50 57. A silver capstan inkwell, inscribed on lid, marks worn £30-50 58. A modern silver stilton scoop with faux ivory handle, makers mark AFC in conjoined lozenges, Edinburgh c1990 £30-50 59. A group of seven small silver pepperettes, including one pair; two silver mustard pots with spoons; a cocktail twizzle stick, stamped sterling; together with a cut glass toilet jar with silver rim, 285grs total approx. £60-90

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60. A silver plated link belt; a pair of plated butter knives; and a Chinese white metal cream jug (4) £30-50 61. A cased set of silver plated Mappin & Webb cutlery £30-50 62. A silver regimental photograph frame crowned by a Royal standard and flanked by rifles, London 1899; a silver photograph frame with ribbon crest, London 1905; and two other silver picture frames (4) £60-80

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Lot 69 63. A set of silver fruit knives & forks with ivory handles, Sheffield 1836; and a silver & enamel perfume bottle £40-60 64. An Indian Colonial silver jug, makers mark JR, Glasgow 1886, 169grs; and a hand mirror, Birmingham 1912 (2) £60-80 65. A James Dixon silver plated meat tray, c1880 £70-100 66. A silver pendant ingot; an ornamental modern silver bell shaped box with fairy finial; a similar egg shaped box; and a silver sewing kit comprising ornamental needle, thimble & needle case £30-50 67. A large quantity of plated wares, including an ice bucket, a bucket with pierced sides, a Viners tea & coffee service, a table salt, a cruet set with blue glass liners, and other items £40-60 68. A white metal backed dressing table set, comprising mirror, two brushes, a comb and a powder box, marked sterling 925 £50-80

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Lot 74 69. A Persian Qajar white metal tray profusely engraved with cartouches of flowers and leaves reserved on a stippled ground with densely undulating foliate scrolls, with matching jug and six stemmed cups, tested for silver, 1347grs total approx. (8) £500-700 70. A silver cigarette box with engine turned decoration and canted corners, Birmingham 1963; and another silver cigarette box, Birmingham 1957 £100-150 71. A silver bowl on stand, Sheffield 1966; and two silver spirit labels, 126grs £50-70 72. A Maltese white metal model of a sailing ship, with Maltese silver stamps, 16cm high £50-70 73. A Victorian plated salver engraved with ferns; a plated cruet set with cut glass bottles; and a plated condiment set comprising salt cellar, pepperette & mustard with silver spoon £50-80 74. A silver two‑handled tray, Sheffield 1964, 2017grs £700-900

75. A pair of German silver plated candlesticks; a Haig whiskey bottle with plated mount; and other items of plate £40-60 76. A silver cigarette case, Birmingham 1952, 80grs; a Siam cigarette case, stamped sterling; a Siam silver bracelet, brooch & earrings; and a plated mug £30-50 77. A silver octagonal milk jug, Sheffield 1948, 101grs £40-60 78. A pair of silver two‑handled cups, Sheffield 1910, 75grs £40-60 79. A set of six silver spoons, cased, Sheffield 1971, 57grs £20-40 80. A silver sugar bowl, Birmingham 1919, 168grs £70-90 81. A silver dish with lobed rim, Sheffield 2003, 303grs £120-150 82. Two silver octagonal baluster shaped jugs, Birmingham 1930, 615grs approx. £300-400 83. A silver two‑handled tray, Birmingham 1941, 1288grs £500-700

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Lot 82

Lot 90

84. A silver pedestal bowl with pierced rim, the foot with bracketed detail, Birmingham 1930, 375grs £120-180

89. A silver cigarette box, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co, London 1928, 302grs approx. £80-120

85. A pair of chromium and mother of pearl opera glasses, 25cm extended £40-60

90. A Russian niello silver snuff box with gilt interior, makers mark of Mikail Mikhailovitch Karpinski, Moscow, c1830, 72grs £200-400

86. A Victorian ebony and silver seal/paperweight, with turned ebony handle, the seal reading ‘City & Guilds of London Institute for Advancement of Technical Education, 1880’, the silver mount engraved ‘Designed by Charles John Shoppee F.R.I.B.A, engraved by Edward D. Jackman’, makers mark RH, London 1880 £100-150 87. A Georgian silver ladle, Thomas Streetin, London 1814, 152grs £70-100 88. A silver comfit box with gilded interior, Dingley Bros, Birmingham 1911, 54grs; and a silver vesta case, Cornelius Desormeaux Saunders & James Francis Hollings, Birmingham 1900, 21grs £50-70

91. Two silver bottle labels for port & sherry, Joseph Carnell, Birmingham 1838, with rare William IV head £70-100 92. Two silver tablespoons and six silver dessert spoons, John Round & Son, Sheffield 1896, 497grs £150-250 93. Seven silver teaspoons and six silver dessert spoons, Christopher Cummins, Dublin 1837/8; together with another silver spoon, John Smith, Dublin 1888, 360grs total approx. £120-180

Lot 98 Imperfections not stated. Images available on our website.

Lot 86 94. A pair of Georgian bright cut silver sugar tongs, John Power, Dublin 1811, 41grs; and two silver butter scoops, Christopher Cummins, Dublin 1837/8, 25grs £60-90 95. A Georgian bright cut silver serving spoon, Dublin 1780, 86grs £70-100 96. A silver fiddle pattern serving spoon. John Round & Son, Sheffield 1896, 151grs £80-120 97. Six silver fiddle pattern teaspoons and two silver salt spoons, John Round & Son, Sheffield 1896, 172grs £80-120 98. A pair of silver spectacles in tortoiseshell case, makers mark IH, London, c1800 £100-150 99. A Sampson Mordan & Co ‘Mordan Everpoint’ pencil, 9ct gold, in original case, total weight 18grs approx. £150-250

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Lot 103 100. A quantity of silver plate, including an Art Nouveau set of fish knives & forks, cased; a large WMF Art Nouveau two‑handled salt; a part warmer, Walker & Hall, c1880; and six Wellner f orks £80-120 101. A small quantity of silver topped cut glass, including a sugar sifter, Roberts & Belk, London 1939; and a silver topped perfume bottle, W.C. Griffiths, Birmingham 1889 (5) £60-90 102. A William Comyns silver tray, London 1890, 78grs; four silver teaspoons, George Maudsley, London 1908; a silver thimble, Charles Horner; another silver thimble; and a silver letter ‘M’, makers mark JW, Birmingham 1835, total weight 132grs approx. £80-120 103. A Sampson Mordan silver perfume flask on chain, London 1875; a white metal vesta case; and a silver vesta case, A&J Zimmerman, Birmingham 1899, 38grs total approx. £60-90 104. A silver ring box with blue enamel top, Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1926 £40-60 105. A quantity of silver handled knives, various dates & makers £60-80

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Lot 112 106. A quantity of silver forks, various dates & makers, 178grs approx. £60-80

113. A small quantity of silver plate, including a late 19thC Elkington candlestick; and some silver £50-70

107. A quantity of silver spoons, various dates & makers, 235grs approx. £60-80

114. A three‑piece silver dressing table set, makers mark B&Co, Birmingham 1955 £80-120

108. Six silver fiddle pattern teaspoons, Edinburgh 1788; and two salt spoons £80-120

115. A silver cruet set, salt, pepper, and mustard, with original liners and two spoons, makers mark D&B, Birmingham 1926 £50-70

109. A silver gilt bracelet with gold safety chain with discs of London views, London 1944; a sterling silver bracelet; and a Continental silver pendant (3) £80-120 110. A silver sugar sifter spoon, Levesley Bros, Sheffield 1898; a silver tea strainer, Barker Bros, Sheffield 1935; and a white metal item with coin inset to base £80-120 111. A silver bud vase, by William Comyns, London 1902 £50-70 112. An Arts & Crafts silver cigarette case, makers marks CC, Chester 1907, 109grs; a ‘tortoiseshell’ and gold inlay cocktail purse, c1920; and a pair of yellow metal lorgnettes (3) £150-200

116. No Lot 117. A three‑piece silver cruet set, with original blue glass liners, boxed, Birmingham 1939, 100grs approx. £40-60 118. A quantity of silver and silver plated flatware; together with a silver topped bottle (qty) £30-50 119. A fish serving set with silver collars, cased £40-60 120. Seven silver teaspoons, Exeter 1825 and London 1915, 120grs £40-60

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Lot 124 121. A miniature silver fronted prayer book, Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1905; a silver handled button hook, Chester; a silver plate and mother of pearl serving set, cased; and other plated items (5) £30-50 122. A silver hand mirror, Chester 1905, 673grs total weight £70-100 123. A silver Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee goblet, Sheffield 1977, 300grs £120-180 124. A silver figure of an owl, London 1975, 245grs £80-120 125. A silver tray, makers mark William Comyns, London 1903; a silver topped rouge pot; a napkin ring, Birmingham 1910; and a silver backed hand mirror, 376grs weighable silver approx. £120-180 126. A pair of matched silver plated candlesticks of classical style, c1880 (2) £40-60 127. A silver cigarette box, by Deakin & Francis, Birmingham 1898, 231grs; a white metal cigarette case; and a James Dixon & Sons hip flask (3) £100-150

Lot 131 128. A selection of silver dressing table items, comprising two mirrors, three brushes and a rouge pot (6) £80-120 129. A George IV silver toast rack, Sheffield 1827, 370grs £180-220 130. A silver handled ivory page turner, London 1892 £80-120 131. A Sampson Mordan & Co. silver mounted glass hip flask, makers mark SM&Co., London 1891, 74grs weighable silver approx. £40-60 132. A Victorian silver butter knife with mother of pearl handle, Birmingham 1889; a white metal repousse ball form tape measure, decorated with birds; and a silver gas lighter, engraved Xmas 13, marked sterling (3) £40-60

Lot 133 135. A K. Bright Sheffield plate dog nose pattern canteen of cutlery, comprising 20 table knives & forks, 14 fish knives & forks and other items; together with a Copper Brothers plated canteen, comprising fish servers, 16 table knives & forks, eight spoons, 17 dessert spoons, twelve soup spoons and other items; and other items of silver and silver plate, including a cork screw, a soup ladle, serving spoon, coasters, etc. £60-80 136. A quantity of silver Old English pattern flatware, Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1920/21, comprising five table spoons, nine forks, two soup spoons, two dessert spoons & forks, four grapefruit spoons, three teaspoons, and six coffee spoons, 1576grs approx. £500-700 137. A silver plated meat cover £30-50

133. A Joseph Rodger, Sheffield, king’s pattern canteen of cutlery for twelve, comprising table forks, knives & spoons, dessert forks, knives & spoons, fish knives & forks, a carving set, and teaspoons £50-100

138. Three silver & mother of pearl fruit knives & forks, Sheffield 1913; four silver & ivory fish knives & forks, Sheffield 1920; a silver pickle fork, Sheffield 1922; a pair of Mappin & Webb plated salad servers; a plated stilton scoop; and other items (qty) £50-70

134. A modern silver hand mirror, Sheffield c2000 £50-70

140. A silver plated three‑tier cake stand £40-60

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WELLERS Guildford Saleroom 143. A quantity of silver plated, brass and copper wares, including a pair of wine coasters, a crumb scoop, a pair of Sheffield plate candlesticks, etc. £20-40 144. A Mappin and Webb silver plated biscuit box, of lobed two division shell form body opening to reveal two pierced covers, the body with gilded interiors, beneath central handle and on four scroll feet with locking mechanism, stamped mark to interior covers, 25cm high £400-600 145. A Victorian two‑handled footed bread basket with pierced floral foliate ‘C’ scroll border, the well with vacant reserve surrounded by repousse decoration, makers mark CW & S, Birmingham 1901, 33 x 20.5 x 6.5cm, 488grs approx. £500-700

Lot 144

146. A silver sugar castor of baluster form, the midsection with foliate ‘C’ scroll decoration and acorn finial, makers mark interlaced JJ, London 1984, 15cm high approx, 150grs £150-250 147. A Victorian silver cased perfume bottle with pierced repousse foliate decoration, cork stopper, makers mark for WHS (William Henry Sparrow?), Birmingham 1903, 17cm high approx. £250-350

Lot 145

148. A three piece silver cruet set, comprising pepperette, the salt & mustard with blue glass liners, all on four paw feet, Birmingham 1957/8; together with a tray, similar, London 1901 (4) £350-400 Lot 149 141. A Dunhill ‘The White Spot’ snakeskin cigarette case, stamped gilded mark £50-80

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142. A quantity of salts, including silver, silver plate and glass examples; together with a cased set of fish knives & forks, and other items of sterling £50-70

149. A pair of German silver menu holders/place card holder, modelled as pheasants with foliage behind, oval bases, London import marks, stamped 925, date mark 1926, 4cm high approx. (2) £400-600

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Lot 151

Lot 155

150. A Goliath watch, the frame of faux stones in blue and white, 8cm max. £20-40 151. A silver trowel with fluted ivory handle, London 1872 £300-400 152. A quantity of silver plate, including two tea services and flatware £50-70 153. A pair of silver grape scissors, Sheffield 1877, 111grs, in original case £80-120 154. Four silver menu/place card holders in the form of horseshoes, by Levi Salaman, Birmingham 1909, in original case £80-120 155. A large pair of silver gilt Coronation anointing spoons, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co., London 1901/2, 190grs, in original case £120-180

156. A silver arch top photograph frame, engine turned, makers mark S&M in conjoined circles, Birmingham 1927, 16cm max. £40-60 157. Three silver mounted cut glass perfume bottles & stoppers, one mount marked ‘Florence’, 15.5cm max. £20-40 158. Two napkin rings; a dessert spoon; a ‘yard o lead’ rolled silver pencil; part of a silver Chinagraph pencil; a silver mustard spoon; a plated example; enamel cufflinks; a miniature white metal watering can; and a Yardley compact, 102grs weighable silver approx. £60-80 159. An Asprey 9ct gold cheroot cutter with spring action, patent 2384/09, makers mark GV & Co., 7grs approx, in leather case £70-100

Lot 159

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Lot 161 160. A shagreen and papier mache cigar case; and a single cigar leather case, 12.5 & 15.5cm (2) £50-100 161. A silver collapsible beaker, bearing two crests, makers mark JHB?, London 1889, 230grs approx. £60-80 162. A ladies French purple enamel guilloche silver necessaire of oval section, the gilded interior with two cosmetic compartments, mirror and case for cigarettes, blue cabochon stone set clasp and section dividers, black silk suspension and tassel with concealed lipstick holder, marked 925 and London import marks, also marked PHV?, possibly PH Vogel £200-400 163. A silver christening set, the spoon and fork with dog nose terminal, plain napkin ring in fitted Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company box, makers mark WG over JL, London 1885 & 1884, 99grs approx. £40-60

Lot 162

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WELLERS Guildford Saleroom 170. A Victorian 18ct gold mounted ladies horn riding whip, ball finial with multiple protrusions and suspension ring, makers mark TJ, Sheffield 1881?, 76cm long approx. £100-200 171. A pair of pierced silver salts with blue glass liners, London 1870, 110grs £100-150 172. An Irish silver rattail spoon, Dublin 1837; a Scottish silver sauce ladle, Edinburgh 1815; and another silver spoon, 72grs £60-80 173. A Waterman ‘Expert’ fountain pen, blue; and one other Waterman pen (2) £100-150 Lot 164 164. A Chanel No. 5 coffret set in burr walnut, with three original bottles, possibly custom made, stamped to base ‘Made in France’, interior lined with tan velvet stamped Chanel, 17.5cm max. £1000-1500 165. A silver mustard, marks worn; and a small silver cream jug, London, 200grs £40-60 166. A silver christening bowl, bears inscription, makers mark GU, Birmingham 1924, 170grs approx. £40-60

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167. A white metal fountain pen of small size, engine turned design; together with a conforming propelling pencil, stamped 935, in a fitted leather case (3) £20-40 168. A white metal fruit stand/ tazza, barbed rim, marks worn, 25cm diam, 450grs approx. £100-150 169. A silver card tray, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths, Sheffield 1928, 230grs approx. £180-220

Lot 170

174. A Waterman ‘Man 100’ fountain pen, black £100-200 175. A set of six enamel and silver gilt coffee spoons with flower form finial, in fitted Mappin & Webb case, Birmingham 1945, 53grs £150-180 176. A set of four WMF white metal teaspoons, stamped 90; a white metal serving spoon stamped 800; an engraved white metal beaker stamped 800; a white metal buckle; and a Quaich with coin base, 230grs weighable silver approx. £30-50

Lot 175

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Guildford Saleroom WELLERS 177. Six dessert knives and four forks, silver blades & tines, ivorine handles, London 1870/1874, cased £60-80 178. A Waterman ‘Man 100’ fountain pen, sterling silver £200-400 179. *A Russian style cloisonné enamel rectangular cigarette case, cabochon stone to clasp, gilded interior with 84 mark, 11.5cm max. (Lot subject to VAT) £100-150 180. A set of blue jasper hat pins/ dress studs, of Wedgwood jasper type, yellow metal settings, cased £70-90

Lot 182

181. A pair of white metal egg cups; and a silver spoon (3) £20-40 182. A pair of silver pepperettes in the form of a blowing/powder horn, on oval bases, Sampson Mordan & Co, Chester 1909 (2) £800-900 183. A four piece silver cruet of trefoil shape, comprising silver egg cup with gilt interior, cut glass mustard with hinged silver lid & matched spoon with gilt bowl, a cut glass white pepper with silver rim & pierced lid, and a cut glass cayenne pepper bottle with integrated silver gilt spoon & cork stopper, makers mark WH, London 1881 (5) £400-500 184. A George III large silver mustard, on four ball feet, hinged lid, glass liner, makers mark for Duncan Urquhart & Naphtali Hart, London 1810, 7.5cm high approx. £180-220 185. A Victorian silver boat shaped desk stand, the single cut glass inkwell with hinged silver lid, William Hutton & Sons, London 1898, 27cm long approx. £280-320

Lot 189 186. A pair of silver plated and mother of pearl knife rests on x‑form legs with ball feet, 9.5cm long approx. £30-50 187. A large Victorian silver plated kettle, on stand, makers mark FET & Co, c1880 £150-250 188. Two gold wedding bands, 22ct, London 1917 and one dating from c1790, with accompanying family letter £50-70

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189. A pair of Dublin Irish silver loving cups, on chased rising circular bases, the inverted bell form body with beaded central flange below engraved monogram TSR between stiff leaf capped double scroll handles, makers mark BT or RT (indistinct), Dublin town mark, the feet engraved FW to TSR, 935grs approx. (2) £500-700 190. A George IV silver salt, crested, circular with reeded rim on three shell & hoof feet, makers mark CP in conjoined circles, London 1827, 127grs approx. £70-100

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WELLERS Guildford Saleroom 191. An Alexander Crichton silver mounted glass claret jug in the form of a harpy, the neck with silver mount of a neo‑classical female head with hinged cover & shell form thumb‑piece, the glass body on three stump feet with silver mounted tail, makers mark AC within conjoined circles, London 1882, 19.5cm high £6000-8000 192. Omar Ramsden ‑ a set of six silver teaspoons with either English rose or thistle terminals over Art Nouveau knops, in fitted handmade wooden box, the silk marked Omar Ramsden, artist Goldsmith, London, England, the box with intricate white metal clasp engraved with a wreath and white metal hinges, London 1871/1872, 126grs approx. £600-1000

Lot 191

193. Christopher Dresser (1834‑1904) ‑ a rare silver travelling tea set, manufactured by Hukin & Heath (Jonathan Wilson Hukin and John Thomas Heath), the teapot and cover enclosing a sugar bowl and milk jug, gilded interiors, bears crest (probably of Fortune, a stag on chapeau, trippant), inscribed to base E.L.F from K.F.W, London 1881, makers mark JWH over JTH within quatrefoil, registered design lozenge for 1879, each piece marked 2 to base, 420grs approx. * For shape see Metropolitan Museum of Art, Accession Number 2000 594 la.b‑8 £1800-2200 194. Attributed to Christopher Dresser (1834‑1904) ‑ a Hukin & Heath silver butter dish and cover, decorated in Aesthetic style with bamboo, Birmingham 1880, 14cm max. 269grs approx. £500-800

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Guildford Saleroom WELLERS 195. Christopher Dresser (1834‑1904) ‑ a Heath & Middleton silver teapot, cover & internal tea infuser, of squat ovoid form, ebonised finial and angular ‘double‑T’ form handle, makers mark of John Thomas Heath & John Hartshorne Middleton, Birmingham 1878, 752grs including fittings, 14.5cm high * Reputedly one of only three made in silver, and given by the maker to Thirsa Perry then by descent to Effie Beatrice Dresser. The shape, but in electroplate,V&A Collection, London, museum number M.935‑1983; and also Royal Pavilion & Museums, Brighton, ID number DA300390 £12000-14000

Lot 193

196. A Garrard & Co silver cigarette case with engine turned sides with rose metal inlaid border, London 1959, G & C Ld in triangle and 12 Regent Street London mark, 251grs approx £100-150 197. A silver cigarette case, makers mark DRH, Birmingham 1939, 208grs £70-100 198. A quantity of silver plated flatware £40-60 199. A multi‑metal and painted wood icon, possibly Romanian, depicting the Madonna and Child, foliate scroll border, 15.5 x 21cm £100-200

Lot 194

200. A painted wood icon, depicting the Last Supper, saints around a table with Christ, above an arched reserve of angel and figure, 17 x 15cm £60-80

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Thursday 29th May


Coins & Medals at 12.00pm


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Lot 204 201. World War I, Trio to 226086 Gnr. E.C. Cooper R.A.; Territorial Force War medal, War & Victory medals, about very fine but have been polished (3) * Only 6460 Territorial Force medals awarded to the Royal Artillery £100-150 202. R.A.O.B., Pride of Southwark Lodge, silver gilt Attendance Jewel, 1953‑7; a small quantity of modern coins, mostly currency; and a Hohner harmonica, varied state (qty) £40-60 203. Elizabeth II, a group, Crown, 1953, 1965, Churchill (2), 1977 (10), 1980 (8), 1981 (2), mostly mint state £20-40 204. George V, ‘Wreath’ Crown, 1932, head left rev, crown within wreath (S.4036; ESC 372), minor handling marks, but good extremely fine and in Royal Mint card case, only 2395 specimens struck £300-400 205. New London Bridge, opened by Queen Elizabeth II, 1973, a silver gilt medal issued by the Corporation of the City of London, 51mm, 54.11grs, numbered 971 (Eimer 2127), virtually mint state, in box of issue £20-40 206. World War I, pair, War and Victory medals (16756 Pte. W. Lemon. Queen’s R.), first crudely re‑named; and dress miniature of the Khedive’s Sudan Medal, clasp Firket; another, Golden Jubilee, 2002, last mint state in box of issue, others very fine (4) £50-60 207. Elizabeth II, a large collection of modern Crown pieces and similar, including Churchill Crowns (80), generally as issued (qty) £80-120 20

Lot 208 208. An interesting family group of medals comprising ‑ 1] Queen’s South Africa medal, four clasps; CC, OFS, SA 1901, SA 1902 (4429 Pte. E. Pursey 17th Lancers). 2] Military Medal, Geo.V (7661 L. Cpl. C. W. Woods 25 Coy. M.G.C.); Death Plaque, William Woods, MM deeply toned, very fine, plaque with display mounting clasps soldered to reverse. L. Cpl. William Woods, killed 15 April, 1918 and buried at Aval Wood Military Cemetery,Vieux‑Berquin. 3] Trio: 1914‑15 Star (828 L. Cpl. E.J. Pursey MMP), War and Victory Medals (T. Sjt.), latter with MiD ‘Oak Leaf’, with framed certificate for Despatches, 23 October 1918, signed by Churchill. 4] World War II group of 5, 1939‑45, Africa, France and Germany Stars, Defence and War Medals. 5] British Force Germany; Hong Kong Service medals (Cpl. Woods K.G. 1959‑61). All medals very fine or better but with adhesive marks from display mounts. Together with framed photograph and mounted police whip, and Death Plaque history, framed £400-600 209. Military Cross, copy; Distinguished Conduct Medal, EII; Queen’s Gallantry Medal, both copies, mounted as a pair; dress miniatures of these; General Service Medals (3), clasps Malay Peninsula (RN); Northern Ireland (RGJ); Dofar, 1/6 GR; South Atlantic with rosette; 1st Gulf War, both copies; UN, brooch mounted, in three frames, Dofar GSM very fine, others better (qty) £60-80 210. Medals ‑ a ‘made‑up’ group of five,Victoria Cross, Military Medal, EII, both copies; General Service medals (3), EII, clasp Borneo (L.M. [E] R.N.); Radfan (ACC); South Arabia (Welsh guards ‑ duplicate issue), brooch mounted; similar medals, dress miniatures, with additional D50 and MC, framed, extremely fine £70-90

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Guildford Saleroom WELLERS 211. Japan, 1‑Yen convertible silver certificate notes, 1916, P‑M30 (21); together with a collection of further notes, up to and including the occupation, several and varied types; British Pound notes, several types; Chinese coins, including Pu (3); and an album of modern Japanese coins, these mostly mint state, banknotes generally fine to very fine (qty) £150-250 212. An accumulative collection of Regimental badges and buttons, including Hampshire Regiment, Shako type ba dge, mo stly World Wars I & II, some later, varied state; together with some cloth badges (qty) £80-120 Lot 211

213. USA, Lillian D. Wald (1867‑1940), silver medal for the ‘Hall of Fame’, by the Medallic Art Company, 44mm, numbered 148, in box, matt surface, mint state £20-40 214. Anne, silver Crown, 1708, Post‑Union coinage, about fine; sundry silver coinage, Crown‑size (5); smaller (2); and worn ‘cartwheel’ penny, stamped ANN, varied state £60-80 215. Coins of the world, including British, mostly 20thC, various base metals, varied state (qty) £40-60

Lot 219

216. A pair of Chinese ‘silver’ or white metal ashtrays, inset with imitative ‘Pattern Dollars’, one bust left, the other facing bust with plumed hat and dragon reverse (2) £70-90 217. Australia, a large quantity of mostly 21stC legal tender coinage, varied state (qty) £100-150 218. World War II, group of four, 1939‑45, Burma and Italy Stars; War medal, in postal box and artefacts naming recipients as 6806152, L. Cpl. L. Morley, Second Division (qty) £40-60

Lot 220 219. George III, gold Half‑Sovereign, 1817;Victoria, gold Sovereign, 1878M, fair and fine (2) £250-300

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220. Gold Sovereigns, Edward VII, 1904M; George V, 1915, good very fine (2) £340-380

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Lot 222

Lot 225

Lot 226

221. George V, gold Half‑Sovereign, 1914; Peru, gold Half‑Libra, 1905, good very fine; silver Shillings (2) £160-180

231. William III, silver Crown, 1695, edge OCTAVO, laureate bust right, rev. cruciform shields (S.3470), nearly very fine £100-150

237. Edward VII, Half‑Sovereign, 1906, scroll mounted and affixed to articulated 9ct Deco style fob £170-200

222. South Africa, Kruger, Pond, 1895, very fine, contained in fitted leather case to hold six Sovereign‑ sized coins £200-240 223-224. No Lots 225. USA, gold 10‑Dollars 1886S, has been mounted, fair to fine, with suspension ring £300-400 226. USA, gold 20‑Dollars, 1916S, in loose mount, very fine £700-800 227. Austria, Franz Joseph, re‑strike 4‑Ducats, 1915 (2), much as struck £280-340 228. Germany, small gold St George talisman, in the style of Kremnitz Thalers, 20thC; and an imitation gold 100‑Reales, 1866, extremely fine and very fine (2) £180-220 229. Charles II, silver Crown, 1662, first bust, rose below, rev. cruciform shields, C’s in angles (S.3350), good fine £100-150 230. James II, silver Crown, 1687, edge TERTIO, laureate bust left, rev. cruciform shields (S.3407), good fine £120-150

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232. Anne, silver Crown, 1707 E [Edinburgh], Post‑Union coinage, edge SEXTO, bust left, rev. cruciform shields (S.3600), good fine £120-150 233. Victoria, Crown, 1895, LVIII; Double‑Florin, 1887, Arabic 1; sundry other coinage in silver, including British (7); Roman Denarius and Byzantine copper Bezant; and a small box of world coins, varied state but second extremely fine (qty) £80-120 234. World War I, Trio, 1914‑15 Star (S‑6044 Pte. W.B. Kemp A.O.C.); War and Victory medals, extremely fine, war medal toned £80-120 235. Elizabeth II, Diamond Jubilee, 2012, Proof gold Quarter‑Sovereign, for Tristan da Cunha, in box of issue with certificate £40-60 236. Victoria, Crown 1889; Shilling, 1887, with enamelled reverse; Maundy penny, 1874; silver three‑ Pences with sundry other coinage, some silver; QSA medal, name erased and lacking suspender, varied state (qty) £80-100

238. Modern British and Commonwealth proof‑like and medallic issues, a number in original packets and folders, mostly as issued (qty) £60-80 239. A large quantity of modern world coinage, mostly legal tender issues, varied state (qty) £50-80 240. Coins of the world, a large quantity of coins, mostly 20thC, a few more recent, including many British, varied state (qty) £70-90 241. Coins of the World, a large quantity of mostly legal tender coins, varied state £40-60 242. Ancient Rome, bronze pins (7); bronze coins (4); silver coins (2, one Greek); and Henry III, short cross penny, London mint, fair & fine (14) £50-70

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Lot 237

Lot 248 243. Elizabeth II,Visit to USA, 1976, silver ingot, 47.9grs, Birmingham hallmark; 1‑ounce silver ingots, various (8); silver 1‑ounce ‘Global Insurrection Against Banker Occupation’, coin‑like pieces (6); silver Britannia, 2010; a small quantity of pre‑’47 coinage; sundry other silver coins; minor USA proof issues, 1970s etc. (17), new issues (ingots, proofs, etc.) are much as issued, others varied state (qty) £200-250 244. A large accumulation of modern coins of the world, mostly legal tender issues; a 1953 ‘plastic’ set, varied state £40-60

Lot 250 245. Modern British and World coinage, some ‘special issues’; bank notes, etc, varied state (qty) £40-60

250. Victoria, Jubilee 1887, gold Five‑pounds, about very fine, but has been mounted and edge damaged £1100-1200

246. Victoria, gold sovereign, 1838, shield reverse (S.3852), fine £200-250

251. An 1827 pattern Naval sword, the blade marked Thirkle/ Maker/Soho, London and etched with foliate scrolls and Queen’s crown over anchor, a Star of David verso, the gilded brass hilt with lion head pommel and extended mane, original shagreen grip and wire, with scabbard and outer case, 31 inch blade £200-400

247. Victoria, gold sovereign, 1844, shield reverse (S.3852), fine £200-250 248. Victoria, gold sovereigns, 1860, 1863, shield reverse (S.3852D), first fine, second a little better (2) £380-440 249. Victoria, gold sovereigns, 1862, 1865, die no. 22, shield reverse (S.3852D, 3853), first fine, second better (2) £400-450

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252-300. Spare Lots

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Jewellery & Watches at 12.30pm


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Lot 303

Lot 305

Lot 307 301. Single row graduated cultured pearl necklace, 6.5‑8.4mm pearls string knotted with a yellow metal Mikimoto clasp stamped 14ct £500-800 302. Diamond half eternity ring, seven princess cut diamonds weighing an estimated 1.45cts, channel set in white metal stamped platinum, estimated colour and clarity H,VS2, ring size J½ £800-1200

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Lot 310 303. Murrle Bennett & Co opal and pearl brooch, opal doublet in a yellow metal mount stamped 15ct, with a suspended pearl from the bottom and three seed pearls above, with MB & Co makers mark £400-600 304. Three stone diamond ring, three old cut diamonds weighing an estimated total of 3.49cts, claw set in white metal, ring size M £2000-4000

305. Gentlemen’s Patek Philippe wristwatch, white calatrava style circular dial with Roman numerals, 18ct white gold case and bracelet, manual wind movement £5500-6500 306. Pair of diamond and ruby fox cufflinks, rose cut diamonds with ruby set eyes, mounted in yellow and white metal £500-600

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Lot 316 307. Diamond fringe necklace, nineteen graduated old cut diamonds, every other diamond suspending a diamond set drop in a pear shaped surround, on an integrated chain, estimated total diamond weight in excess of 8.00cts, set in white metal £8000-10000 308. Cartier diamond set Bamboo ring, round brilliant cut diamonds pavé set in yellow metal stamped 750, numbered 686745, in Cartier box, ring size P½ £1800-2200 309. Edwardian pearl and diamond pierce work panel brooch, central 6mm pearl with old and rose cut diamonds, bead and collet set within a fine pierce work panel set in white metal £1500-2000 310. Single stone diamond ring, old European cut diamond weighing an estimated 4.08cts, claw set in platinum, estimated colour and clarity J/K,VS, ring size N £12000-14000

Lot 318 311. Diamond cluster ring, central old European cut diamond surrounded by old cut diamonds and diamond set shoulders, estimated centre damond weight 1.25cts, set in yellow metal, ring size N £4500-5000 312. Single stone diamond ring, central old cut diamond four claw set in a twist gallery mount, estimated total diamond weight 1.63cts, estimated colour and clarity I/J‑VS, ring size N £4300-4800 313. Single stone diamond ring, marquise cut diamond weighing an estimated 1.00ct, set in white metal stamped 18ct, ring size K £1200-1400 314. Emerald and diamond ring, central square cut emerald surrounded by old cut diamonds, set into white metal stamped platinum, ring size M £1100-1400 315. Sapphire and diamond ring, central oval cut sapphire surrounded by round brilliant cut diamonds, estimated sapphire weight 5.35cts, estimated total diamond weight 1.00ct, set in yellow and white metal, ring size N £2500-3000

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316. Fire opal and diamond pendant, round cut fire opal, estimated weight 3.65cts, surrounded by round brilliant cut diamonds with a fixed bail set with two diamonds, total diamond weight approximately 0.65ct, mounted in 18ct white gold on an 18ct white gold chain £300-500 317. Brilliant cut diamond ring with baguette cut diamond shoulders, central round brilliant cut diamond eight claw set with two baguette cut diamonds rubover set to each side, estimated centre diamond weight 1.56cts, estimated colour and clarity I/J‑VS, all set in white metal stamped and tested as platinum, ring size M £4500-5000 318. 1940s/50s diamond set spray brooch, twelve feature round brilliant cut diamonds with an estimated combined weight of 4.40cts, body set with round brilliant and baguette cut diamonds in white metal stamped platinum, estimated total diamond weight over 7.00cts, estimated colour and clarity grades G/J‑VS/SI £4000-6000 319. Aquamarine and diamond ring, emerald cut aquamarine with three single cut diamonds to each side, set in white metal, ring size N £350-450 27


WELLERS Guildford Saleroom 323. Black opal and diamond pendant, 18mm circular black opal mounted with diamond set detail, suspended from an old cut diamond, on an intergrated chain, estimated opal weight over 4.50cts, set in white metal £5000-8000 324. Tiffany & Co single stone diamond ear studs, round brilliant cut diamonds each weighing an estimated 0.62ct, claw set in white metal stamped platinum, each with separate Tiffany & Co diamond certificate, stating colour H, clarity VVS1 £2800-3200 Lot 320

325. Victorian diamond and pearl set harp brooch, central 5mm pearl, with old and rose cut diamonds set around the harp and clover detail, mounted in yellow and white metal, Hunt & Roskell London fitted box £1400-1600 326. Diamond set bracelet, eleven articulated rubover set old cut diamonds to the centre of a link bracelet, estimated total diamond weight 0.70ct, set in white metal tested as 18ct £1200-1800

Lot 325 320. Diamond set necklace, pear cut fancy yellow diamond weighing an estimated 1.74cts, estimated clarity VS2, suspended from a fancy cut white diamond, surrounded by round brilliant cut diamonds set in yellow and white metal stamped plat, on a diamond set chain stamped 750, together with matching diamond drop earrings, set with yellow and white diamonds, estimated total diamond weight 3.57cts £6000-8000

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321. Single stone diamond ring, oval cut diamond weighing 0.72ct, with round brilliant cut diamond shoulders, set in platinum, with GIA Certificate stating colour and clarity E,VVS2, ring size R £3500-5500 322. Pink sapphire and diamond cross pendant, square cut pink sapphires surrounded by round brilliant cut diamonds, set in white metal stamped 18ct, on a white metal chain stamped platinum £400-600

327. Diamond riviere necklace, formed of ninety round brilliant cut diamond daisy clusters, estimated total diamond weight 20.00cts, set in white metal, length approximately 45.5cm £9000-10000 328. Gentlemen’s Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust, silver coloured dial with hour batons, white gold bezel, model number 1601, serial number 3458011, circa 1972, on a stainless steel strap £1200-1400 329. Emerald and diamond ring, central oval cut emerald weighing an estimated 1.60cts, surrounded by old cut and baguette cut diamonds weighing an estimated total of 1.15cts, set in white metal, ring size O £1400-1600

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Guildford Saleroom WELLERS 330. Ruby and diamond earrings, 7.5mm round cut rubies set with rose cut diamonds, all mounted in white metal, screw back fittings £1000-1500 331. Gentlemen’s 18ct white gold Bulgari Ergon wristwatch, black dial with date aperture, 18ct white gold case and deployment buckle, automatic movement, case back marked EGW 35 G/ L0204, on a black leather strap £2500-3000 332. Gentlemen’s Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date wristwatch, silvered dial with hour markers, stainless steel case and bracelet, model number 15200, circa 1996, with paperwork £1800-2200 333. Ladies’ Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust, pink mother of pearl and diamond dot dial, diamond set bezel, set in 18ct yellow gold, circa 1987 £4500-5500 334. Diamond full eternity ring, princess cut diamonds weighing an estimated total of 2.90cts, set in white metal, ring size N½ £2000-2500 335. Ruby and diamond ring, oval cut ruby to centre weighing an estimated 6.05cts, with a double surround of round brilliant cut diamonds with four blue diamonds, total diamond weight approximately 1.10cts, set in white metal stamped 750, ring size O½ £2000-2500

Lot 327

336. Art Deco ruby and diamond cocktail ring, central old cut diamond set within a domed cluster of fancy calibre cut rubies, bead set diamond border and detail, estimated centre diamond weight 1.06cts, set in white metal tested as platinum, ring size O £2500-3000

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WELLERS Guildford Saleroom 342. Diamond riviere necklace, set with round brilliant cut and baguette cut diamond links, set in white metal stamped 18ct, estimated total diamond weight 24.00cts £11000-14000 343. Ladies’ Rolex Date Just bracelet watch, 18ct yellow gold with round diamond set bezel and face, blue stone hour markers, date aperture, after set, original face included with box £3500-4500 344. Diamond set clasp bangle, set with yellow and white round brilliant cut diamonds and white metal sun motifs, mounted in white metal stamped 750 £1300-1500

Lot 340

345. Five stone diamond ring, round brilliant cut diamonds weighing an estimated total of 1.02cts, set in white metal stamped 750, ring size O £350-450 346. Gentlemen’s Breguet 1055 wristwatch, Roman numerals with subsidiary seconds dial, case back marked 3490, manual wind movement, 18ct gold case and buckle on a brown leather strap £3400-3800

Lot 346 337. Diamond pendant, central pear cut fancy purplish pink diamond weighing an estimated 0.36ct, suspended in the centre of a pear shaped border of round brilliant cut white diamonds set in 18ct white gold on a white metal chain stamped 18ct, with AnchorCert stating natural colour £1700-2000 338. Gentlemen’s Jaeger LeCoultre wristwatch, silver coloured dial with baton hour markers, on a black leather strap, case back numbered 975784 £200-400

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339. Diamond set line bracelet, round brilliant cut diamonds weighing an estimated total of 3.50cts, set in 14ct yellow gold, length approximately 19cm £1800-2200 340. Diamond cluster ring, central round transitional cut diamond in a halo of claw set diamonds, estimated centre diamond weight 1.57cts, estimated colour and clarity I/J‑VS2/ SI1, ring size O £3500-4000 341. Floral brooch set with yellow and white old cut diamonds and two small emeralds, in yellow and white metal £1800-2200

347. Emerald and diamond ring, central square cut emerald surrounded by four baguette cut diamonds and an old cut diamond to each corner, set in white metal tested as platinum, ring size K½ £2800-3200 348. Sapphire and diamond set spider pendant, set with round brilliant cut diamonds and sapphire set eyes, mounted in yellow and white metal £400-600 349. Diamond set line bracelet, princess cut diamonds weighing an estimated total of 8.20cts, channel set in white metal stamped 18ct, length approximately 18cm £4500-5000

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Lot 358

Lot 352

Lot 362

350. Diamond cluster ring, central old European cut diamond with four round brilliant cut diamonds above and below, estimated centre diamond weight 0.60ct, set in white metal stamped 585, ring size N £600-900 351. Aquamarine and diamond ring, central fancy cut aquamarine surrounded by old cut diamonds, hand carved gallery, set in white metal stamped platinum, ring size L £1300-1500 352. Diamond ring, central old cut diamond weighing an estimated 1.07cts with stepped diamond set shoulders, mounted in yellow and white metal stamped 18ct, ring size N½ £2800-3200 353. Sapphire and diamond ring, central sapphire surrounded by round brilliant cut diamonds and diamond set shoulders, mounted in white metal stamped 18ct, ring size N½ £500-800 354. Ruby and diamond ring, central oval cut ruby, surrounded by old cut and baguette cut diamonds, set in white metal, ring size P £700-1000 355. Multi gem set clasp bangle, including aquamarine, tourmaline, peridot and rose cut diamonds, claw set in yellow metal with Continental hallmarks £1800-2200

Lot 360 356. Three stone diamond, three old cut diamonds weighing an estimated total of 3.40cts, set in yellow and white metal, ring size L £3400-3600 357. Five stone diamond ring, five old cut diamonds weighing an estimated total of 1.80cts, set in white metal stamped 18ct, ring size O½ £1400-1600 358. Sapphire and diamond cluster ring, central oval cut sapphire, with an openwork diamond border, set in yellow and white metal, ring size O½ £350-450 359. Sapphire and diamond ring, square cut sapphires and round brilliant cut diamonds set in yellow metal stamped 18ct, ring size N £380-420

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360. A fine pearl and diamond set necklace, rose and old cut diamonds set to three articulated pierce work sections, floral and bow design with four suspended seed pearls, all set in white metal tested as platinum, in a ‘Garrard & Co’ case £3700-4000 361. Diamond cluster ring, central round brilliant cut light yellow diamond weighing an estimated 0.93ct, surrounded by round brilliant cut white diamonds weighing an estimated total of 0.60ct, set in white metal stamped 750, ring size R £1000-1500 362. Three stone diamond ring, three old European cut diamonds claw set, estimated total diamond weight 3.14cts, mounted in a carved white metal setting, ring size R £3800-4200 31


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Lot 364 363. Sapphire and diamond cluster ring, two pear shaped sapphires each surrounded by round brilliant cut diamonds claw set in a twist design, estimated total sapphire weight 1.10cts, estimated total diamond weight 0.55ct, mounted in white metal stamped 14ct, ring size Q½ £350-450 364. Emerald and diamond bracelet, round brilliant cut diamonds and round cut emeralds alternately set in 18ct yellow gold, estimated total diamond weight over 3.40cts £4000-5000 365. Diamond cluster ring, central round brilliant cut diamond in a crossover diamond set design, in white metal stamped 14ct, estimated total diamond weight 0.80ct, ring size Q £400-500 366. Emerald and diamond cluster ring, central antique square cushion cut emerald surrounded by old cut diamonds, estimated emerald weight 2.00cts, set in yellow and white metal, band stamped 14ct, ring size I £2500-3000

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Lot 366

367. Gentlemen’s Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date bracelet watch, stainless steel with rose coloured dial, white Arabic numerals and luminous white batons between, box and papers dated Dec’ 2004, model number 15200, serial number Y684429, Rolex service guarantee card dated 23/09/10 £1800-2200 368. Gentlemen’s rare Rolex/ Eaton 1/4 Century Club wristwatch, gilt circular dial signed ‘Eaton’ hour markers read ‘1/4 century club’, Rolex 1530 twenty five jewelled automatic movement, inner case back marked 1011/ 5590, serial number 529343, circa 1948, on a brown leather strap £1500-2000 369. Art Deco onyx and diamond bow brooch, set with onyx and old cut diamonds, screw mechanism releases onyx tablets, estimated central diamond weight 0.15ct, all mounted in white metal with detailed engraving £950-1150

371. Ladies’ Rolex wristwatch, square gilt dial with hour markers yellow metal case and bracelet stamped 14ct, inner case marked 635526, seventeen jewelled Rolex manual wind movement marked 1400 £900-1100 372. Opal and diamond ring, opal weighing an estimated 1.27cts, with a trefoil of round brilliant cut diamonds to each side weighing an estimated total of 0.22ct, set in platinum, ring size L½ £650-750 373. Emerald and diamond ring, rectangular cut emerald weighing an estimated 4.61cts, surrounded by round brilliant cut diamonds weighing an estimated total of 1.05cts, set in white metal stamped 750, ring size P £1500-2000 374. Diamond full eternity ring, baguette cut diamonds weighing an estimated total of 1.63cts, set in 18ct white gold, ring size J½ £1700-2000

370. Bulgari ruby set ring, five rows of channel set rubies mounted in a patterned band, in yellow metal tested as 18ct, ring size N, boxed £850-950

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Lot 378

Lot 383 375. Art Deco style aquamarine and diamond dress ring, 10.5mm round cut aquamarine set with round brilliant cut diamonds in white metal, ring size O £1800-2200 376. Gentlemen’s 2013 Omega Seamaster wristwa tch, Aqua Terra, stainless steel case and bracelet, serial number 85559509, box and papers £800-1200 377. Ladies’ Art Deco diamond set cocktail watch, ivory coloured dial with black Arabic numerals, estimated total diamond weight 6.64cts, colour and clarity I‑K, SI/I £2000-4000 378. Pair of diamond earrings, pavé set diamonds in 18ct white and yellow gold with an estimated total diamond weight of 2.00cts £1500-2500

Lot 379

Lot 384 379. Peridot and diamond ring, oval cut peridot weighing an estimated 5.00cts, surrounded by old cut diamonds weighing an estimated total of 1.20cts, set in white metal stamped 18ct, ring size O £1100-1400 380. Single stone diamond ring, old European cut diamond claw set, estimated diamond weight 1.42cts, mounted in white metal tested as 18ct, ring size Q £4500-5000 381. A ruby and diamond cocktail ring, six fine emerald cut rubies spaced by eighteen baguette cut diamonds, estimated total ruby weight 2.88cts, estimated diamond weight 1.25cts, set in white metal stamped and tested as 18ct, ring size O £2600-2800

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382. Ruby and diamond eternity ring, set with round brilliant cut diamonds and square cut rubies, in white metal, ring size M £850-950 383. Sapphire and diamond bracelet, four square cut sapphires set in a diamond shape to the centre of each link, with a diamond set surround, mounted in white metal stamped 18ct, length approximately 18cm £1600-1800 384. Diamond set line bracelet, sixty princess cut diamonds weighing an estimated total of 7.86cts, set in yellow metal stamped 18ct, estimated colour and clarity E,VVS2/ VS1, approximate length 18cm £2800-3200

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Lot 391 385. Single stone diamond ring, round brilliant cut diamond weighing an estimated 1.01cts, set in yellow and white metal stamped 750, ring size M½ £1600-1800 386. Yellow sapphire, pearl and diamond necklace, central drop pendant set with an oval cut sapphire with a row of round brilliant cut diamonds below, a diamond set spacer to each side and alternating pearl and gold spacers on an integrated 18ct yellow gold spiga chain, by Bulgari £5000-8000 387. Diamond dress ring set with princess cut and round brilliant cut diamonds weighing an estimated total of 0.50ct, set in white metal stamped 14ct, ring size O £250-350 388. Gentlemen’s Hublot wristwatch, black dial with date aperture, stainless steel and gold case and dial cover, on a black strap Hublot strap and deployment clasp, case back marked 60078, a/f £500-700 389. Ruby and diamond ring, three oval cut rubies surrounded by round brilliant cut diamonds, set in yellow and white metal stamped 585, ring size N½ £200-300

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Lot 397 390. Emerald and diamond dress ring, central oval cut emerald weighing an estimated 6.50cts, with a double surround of round brilliant cut diamonds, estimated total diamond weight 1.05cts, set in white metal stamped 750, ring size R £2000-2500 391. Diamond bow brooch, central round brilliant cut diamond weighing an estimated 0.40ct, with further round brilliant, single and baguette cut diamonds channel, grain and rubover set in white metal tested as platinum, pin tested as 18ct, estimated total diamond weight 3.86cts, circa 1930/40s £2500-3500 392. Sapphire and diamond dress ring, central marquise cut diamond surrounded by oval cut sapphires, with a double eight sided surround of round brilliant cut diamonds, set in white metal stamped 585, estimated total diamond weight 1.10cts, estimated total sapphire weight 2.05cts, ring size N £700-800 393. Diamond ring, central princess cut diamond weighing an estimated 1.00ct, estimated colour and clarity K, SI, with princess cut and baguette cut diamond shoulders, weighing an estimated 0.70ct, estimated colour and clarity J, SI, set in yellow metal stamped 18ct, ring size K £800-1200

394. Sapphire and diamond cluster ring, central old cut diamond surrounded by oval cut sapphires with a border of single cut diamonds, set in yellow and white metal, ring size L £400-600 395. Gentlemen’s Gubelin, gilt square dial with hour markers, twenty one jewelled ‘Gubelin‑matic’ automatic movement numbered 4457496, case back marked 248/4127567, 18ct gold wristwatch on a black leather strap £600-800 396. Single stone diamond pendant, round brilliant cut diamond weighing an estimated 0.74ct, tinted colour, set in 18ct white gold on a white metal chain stamped 750 £1100-1400 397. Green tourmaline and diamond clip earrings, rectangular fancy cut green tourmaline with round brilliant cut diamond detail, set in white metal stamped 18ct £550-650 398. Ruby and diamond ring, central round cut ruby with a round brilliant cut diamond to each side, estimated total diamond weight 1.20cts, set in white metal stamped platinum, ring size N £2200-2800

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Lot 404 399. Pearl, onyx and diamond bracelet, set with three pearls, rose cut and single cut diamonds and calibre cut onyx, mounted in white metal £1600-1800 400. Emerald, ruby and diamond eternity ring, a ruby and emerald band half set with calibre cut rubies and the other half with calibre cut emeralds, with a hinged diamond set half hoop attached to each side, in white metal tested as 14ct, ring size P £500-800 401. Ladies’ Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust bracelet watch, stainless steel with baton hour markers, model number 6919, serial number 7305599, circa 1982 £800-1200 402. Ladies’ Chanel ceramic wristwatch, as new, November 2013, black and diamond set dial and diamond set hour markers, on a black bracelet strap, box and papers, model number H2122 £4000-5000 403. 18ct gold pocket watch, inside case signed Le Roy et Fills, Paris, silver dial, cylinder movement. keywind, circa 1850 £400-500

Lot 407 404. 18ct gold open faced pocket watch, white dial with subsidiary seconds dial, case back marked “De La Marine, Monmartre, Paris”, gold medal winner, French import mark circa 1838‑1893 £500-600

408. Single stone diamond ring, round brilliant cut diamond six claw set in 18ct white gold, estimated diamond weight 1.70cts, estimated colour and clarity grade H/I,VVS/VS, ring size I½ £3500-4000

405. Fine bespoke diamond choker, with various cuts of diamond including brilliant/old/princess/ baguette/trilliant/pear/fancy and modified cut stones, estimated total diamond weight 38.81cts, hand set in white metal articulated panels continuing to a yellow metal brick link chain, all stamped and tested as 18ct £35000-40000

409. Gentleman’s 18ct Cartier Tank Francaise, square silvered dial with Roman numerals, date apature at six o’clock, 18ct yellow gold Tank style case with brown leather strap and original Cartier buckle, model number 1840, Cartier paperwork dated 18/02/2002 £1800-2200

406. Gentlemen’s Franck Muller Casablanca, cushion dial with luminous signature Franck Muller Arabic numerals, stainless steel case and bracelet, model number 5850, numbered 7229 £3000-5000 407. Gentlemen’s Panerai Luminor Marina, white circular dial with Arabic numerals and minute markers, subsidiary seconds dial, luminous hands and hour markers, stainless steel case with glass case back, original tan leather strap with spare rubberized strap, Panerai box, case back numbered OP6567 / BB1098663 / F3189/4000 £3000-5000

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410. Gentlemen’s Omega Seamaster Professional 300m wristwatch, stainless steel with dot and baton hour markers, date aperture, blue face and bezel, case numbered 81307027 £600-900 411. Gentlemen’s Omega Speedmaster Automatic stainless steel wristwatch, round black dial with three inset chronograph dials, date aperture with tachymetre bezel, case numbered 58520562 £700-1000 412. Diamond set hinged bangle, round brilliant cut and square cut diamonds set in white metal tested as 18ct, estimated total diamond weight 1.65cts, box section clasp with safety chain £1000-1500

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Lot 422

Lot 424 413. Kutchinsky mermaid brooch, mermaid with green enamelled tail and engraved decoration, holding a brown enamelled shell, in yellow metal tested as 18ct, signed “Kutchinsky”, in original box, circa 1950 £3000-5000

Lot 430 414. Opal and diamond set pendant with matching earrings, large oval opal pendant surrounded by thirty round brilliant cut diamonds, suspended from a bow effect bail set with four round brilliant cut and twelve tapering baguette cut diamonds, mounted in yellow and white metal stamped and tested as 18ct, on a decorated circular link belcher chain tested as 14ct, together with matching earrings £1800-2200

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Guildford Saleroom WELLERS 415. Opal and diamond set ring, large oval opal flanked to either side by three round brilliant cut diamonds to wire work shoulders, rectangular cross sectioned shank tested as 9ct £500-800 416. Emerald and diamond ring, marquise shaped emerald weighing an estimated 5.06cts claw set in yellow metal tested as 18ct, surrounded by round brilliant cut diamonds with an estimated total weight of 2.60cts, claw and bead set in white metal as platinum £7000-9000 417. Diamond and pearl three row choker, one hundred and forty‑two pearls, centre section with pear shaped diamond weighing an estimated 1.34cts surrounded by round brilliant cut diamonds, overall total diamond weight of 3.32cts, claw and grain settings in white metal tested as 18ct, with a white metal clasp stamped and tested as 9ct £3000-5000 418. Sapphire and diamond cocktail cluster ring, five round cut sapphires with an estimated total sapphire weight of 2.00cts, and a row of six baguette cut diamonds with a five single cut diamonds set either side, estimated total diamond weight 0.75ct, claw, grain and channel settings in white metal, plain polished yellow shank with fluted design shoulders, hallmarked 14ct gold London import 1985 £800-1200 419. Tiffany & Co 1837, 18ct yellow gold fixed bangle, 15mm wide rounded rectangular cross section, original Tiffany pouch and box, gross weight 82 grams £3000-5000 420. Art deco diamond marquise shaped ring, two old cut pear shaped diamonds set with a border of round brilliant cut diamonds, estimated pear cut diamond weight 0.55ct each, estimated total diamond weight 1.25cts, mounted in white metal tested as platinum and 18ct, ring size K £1400-1600

421. Single stone diamond ring by Boodles, oval cut diamond half rubover set in 18ct white gold, open ‘V’ gallery with 18ct yellow gold band, IGI diamond certificate stating 0.46ct, E colour,VVS1 clarity, ring size J, original Boodles box £1000-2000 422. Ladies’ Rolex Oyster Date Just, silvered dial with baton hour markers, stainless steel case and bracelet, model number 69174, with paperwork, circa 1987 £1400-1600 423. Gentlemen’s Rolex Oyster Date Just, dark silvered dial with gold Roman numerals, steel and gold case and bracelet with oyster style strap, model number 16203, circa 1996 £2400-2600 424. Gentlemen’s Rolex Submariner Oyster Perpetual, black dial and bezel, stainless steel case and bracelet, model number 14060M, with paperwork, circa 2005 £2600-2800 425. Gentlemen’s Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date Just, champagne dial with baton hour markers, steel and gold case and bracelet, model number 16013, with paperwork, circa 1985 £1600-1800 426. Gentlemen’s Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date Sea‑Dweller, Black dial and bezel, stainless steel case and bracelet, model number 16600, circa 1998, discontinued model £2800-3200 427. Ladies’ Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date Just, dark silvered dial with gold Roman numerals, steel and gold case and bracelet, model number 79173, with paperwork, circa 2002 £2000-2500 428. Gentlemen’s Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date Submariner, black dial and bezel, stainless steel case and bracelet, model number 16610, circa 1995 £2600-2800

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429. Ladies’ Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date Just, champagne diamond dot dial, steel and gold case and jubilee style bracelet, model number 691736, circa 1990 £1800-2200 430. Cartier Santos automatic, mid size hexagonal bezel, circular white dial with black Roman numerals, date aperture to three o’clock, bi‑metal case and bracelet £600-800 431. Diamond ear studs, round brilliant cut diamonds illusion set in white metal stamped and tested as 18ct, estimated total diamond weight 0.96ct, estimated colour and clarity H‑I, I, screw backs £1000-1500 432. Ruby and diamond ring, three cabochon rubies with two old cut diamonds between, mounted in a graduated yellow metal band tested as 18ct, ring size O £1000-1500 433. Ruby and seed pearl floral cluster brooch/pendant, central cabochon ruby with a surround of seed pearls with further mixed cut rubies set to petals, mounted in white and yellow metal £500-800 434. Rolex watch box and outer case, green with map design outer case £40-80 435. Rolex watch box, red with pearl design outer case £40-80 436. Rolex watch box and outer case, green with map design outer case £40-80 437 Single stone diamond ring, round brilliant cut diamond weighing an estimated 1.90cts, four claw set in 18ct white gold, estimated colour and clarity K‑L, SI/I, ring size H £2000‑4000 438-500. Spare Lots

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Friday 30th May


Oriental Works of Art at 10.00am


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lot 505

lot 506 503. A Chinese cloisonne charger, decorated with a bird and chrysanthemum on a pea green ground, 38.5cm diam. £150-250 504. A Japanese ivory netsuke of a standing sumo wrestler in kesho mawashi, red character mark to one foot, 5cm high approx. £250-350 505. A Japanese stag antler netsuke of a rat atop a rice barrel, another rat moving in and out to one side, 3.2cm approx. £200-400 506. A Chinese blue & white plate painted with a terrace scene, the reverse with six character Chenghua mark in double circle, but later, 27cm diam. £300-500 507. *A Persian/Qajar pottery bowl, decorated with calligraphically painted frieze & pendants, turquoise/ black glaze, probably 17thC, 22.5cm diam. (lot subject to VAT) £50-100 508. A large Imari palette charger, c1800 £120-180

lot 510 501. A pair of Chinese wood carvings of Guan Yin and an Immortal, each riding a Buddhistic lion, with glass eyes & bone inlay to eyes and teeth, 20.5cm high approx. (2) £40-60 40

502. A Chinese jade ring, pale green/white colouration £30-50

509. Two 19thC Canton famille rose medallion plates, 24cm diam. £60-90 510. A jadite Buddha head, variegated green colouration, the face and neck polished, the hair matte carved, 24cm high approx. £4000-5000

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Guildford Saleroom Wellers 511. A Japanese ivory Buddha, Meiji period, seated with hands in mudra, signed Tama-shin Kai, 7cm high £100-150 512. An ivory netsuke, Meiji period, modelled as two boys with a daruma doll, highlights picked out in black and red lacquer, signed ryo, 3.2cm high £150-200 513. An ivory okimono, Meiji period, of geisha with flowering robes taunting a seated man, a skull at their feet, not signed, 6cm high £100-150

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lot 514

514. An ivory netsuke, Meiji period, of a monkey holding a kaki with a beetle, signed Masatomo, 2.9cm £300-500 515. An ivory netsuke, Meiji period, of a screaming scholar/actor, signed shu-san, 3.3cm high £150-250 516. An ivory netsuke, Meiji period, of an old man holding a fan and a broom, a tortoise to his feet, signed on silver inlaid plaque Izumi Gokoro, 4.3cm £80-120 517. A collection of four ivory netsukes, Meiji period, a basket vendor, signature to foot, 5.5cm; a chinaman, signature of red lacquer reserve; a reclining bearded man reading; and a man leaning on a bale of straw holding a gourd (4) £100-150 518. A Chinese porcelain black glazed vase, of square section tapered towards the base, the cylindrical neck with everted rim, six character mark in blue to base, 52.5cm high approx. £600-800

lot 518

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lot 519

lot 520 519. A large Chinese porcelain vase of baluster form, thickly enamelled in famille rose colours with figures and interiors, 57cm high approx. £500-700 520. A pair of Komai damascene vases, baluster form on shaped raised cutwork feet, decorated with continuous landscapes to each base, old retailers label for ‘Grande Magazzini Fioravanti, Port said, Africa, 18.5cm high approx. (2) £1000-1500

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521. A Komai damascene box, three layer cantilever design, decorated with figures in a landscape to cover and floral motifs to sides, character marks to base, 10 x 7.5 x 7.5cm £1000-1500

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Guildford Saleroom Wellers 522. A pair of early 20thC Chinese bronze censers, 9.5cm diam. £30-50 523. A Chinese satsuma bowl, the interior decorated with horse and birds, six character mark, 34.5cm £50-80 524. A Chinese porcelain vase of baluster form, decorated in famille verte colours with a continuous landscape, red character seal to base, 41cm high £700-1000 525. A Chinese porcelain saucer dish, decorated in lime green with scrolling foliage about four iron red character roundels, the reverse with stylised bats, red seal mark to base, probably republic, 18cm diam. £200-300 526. A large Chinese export blue and white porcelain oval tureen with cover, the knop formed as a fruit, the handles as animal heads, the whole painted with pagodas in a landscape, 38cm diam. £200-300 527. A Chinese variegated stone snuff bottle, the lid carved with dragon handles, 6cm high £150-200 528. A Chinese bronze censer with dog of fo handles, six character mark within rectangle to base, 14.5cm max. £100-200 529. A Chinese blue & white porcelain vase, cylindrical with everted rim, decorated with scaly dragons amidst tall peony flowers, four character mark to base, 25cm high £100-200 530. A good Japanese multipatinated bronze of a bird of prey, signed, silvered plumage with gilded legs, perched on a carved wood stand formed as a fruiting and flowering plant, c1880, raised cartouche containing signature to tail, 55cm high approx. £8000-10000

lot 530 531. A Chinese porcelain bottle vase decorated with dragon fruit, marks to base, 23cm high £50-80

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532. Four Chinese soapstone ink trays or dishes, green colouration, carved with fruiting branches, 7 x 6cm approx, in fitted case with retailers stamp of Callow’s, Mount st, Mayfair £100-150 43


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lot 533 533. A large Indian stone frieze, possibly 10-12thC, of three figures within an arch, 60cm high, on a museum stand £200-400 534. A pair of Ca Mau Cargo porcelain cosmetic boxes & covers, circular, painted with grasses and flowers, sotheby’s paper labels and black ink inventory numbers, c1725, 8.5cm high (2) £60-80 535. A Ca Mau Cargo biscuit figure of a horse & rider, he with aubergine glazed hat and green glazed gown mounted side-saddle on a yellow glazed horse, sotheby’s paper labels and black ink inventory numbers, c1725, 10cm high £200-300 536. A Ca Mau Cargo porcelain tea bowl & saucer, ‘Fishermen & Boats Passing’ pattern, decorated with a man fishing and sailing boats inside a herringbone border, the exteriors with a cafe au lait glaze, sotheby’s paper labels and black ink inventory numbers, c1725, bowl 6.5cm diam, saucer 11cm diam. (2) £80-120

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lot 538 537. A Ca Mau Cargo porcelain cosmetic box & cover, circular, painted with grasses and flowers, sotheby’s paper labels and black ink inventory numbers, c1725, 8.5cm high (2) £30-50

540. A Ca Mau Cargo porcelain cosmetic box & cover, circular, painted with grasses and flowers, sotheby’s paper labels and black ink inventory numbers, c1725, 8.5cm high (2) £30-50

538. Two Ca Mau Cargo porcelain tea bowls & saucers, ‘Fishermen & Boats Passing’ pattern, decorated with a man fishing and sailing boats inside a herringbone border, the exteriors with a cafe au lait glaze, sotheby’s paper labels and black ink inventory numbers, c1725, bowl 6.5cm diam, saucer 11cm diam. (4) £80-120

541. A Ca Mau Cargo porcelain tea bowl & saucer, ‘Fallow Deer’ pattern, the saucers with a deer beneath a pine tree in a mountainous landscape, the border featuring alternating landscapes, willow and flowers, the bowls with deer to interior, sotheby’s paper labels and black ink inventory numbers, c1725, bowl 7.8cm diam, saucer 12.8cm diam. (2) £40-60

539. A Ca Mau Cargo biscuit figure of a horse & rider, he with aubergine glazed hat and green glazed gown mounted side-saddle on a yellow glazed horse, sotheby’s paper labels and black ink inventory numbers, c1725, 10cm high £200-300

542. A Ca Mau Cargo porcelain tea bowl & saucer, ‘Fallow Deer’ pattern, the saucers with a deer beneath a pine tree in a mountainous landscape, the border featuring alternating landscapes, willow and flowers, the bowls with deer to interior, sotheby’s paper labels and black ink inventory numbers, c1725, bowl 7.8cm diam, saucer 12.8cm diam. (2) £40-60

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Guildford Saleroom Wellers 543. A Ca Mau Cargo porcelain tea bowl & saucer, ‘Fallow Deer’ pattern, the saucers with a deer beneath a pine tree in a mountainous landscape, the border featuring alternating landscapes, willow and flowers, the bowls with deer to interior, sotheby’s paper labels and black ink inventory numbers, c1725, bowl 7.8cm diam, saucer 12.8cm diam. (2) £40-60 544. A Ca Mau Cargo porcelain tea bowl & saucer, ‘Fallow Deer’ pattern, the saucers with a deer beneath a pine tree in a mountainous landscape, the border featuring alternating landscapes, willow and flowers, the bowls with deer to interior, sotheby’s paper labels and black ink inventory numbers, c1725, bowl 7.8cm diam, saucer 12.8cm diam. (2) £40-60 545. A Ca Mau Cargo porcelain tea bowl & saucer, ‘Fallow Deer’ pattern, the saucers with a deer beneath a pine tree in a mountainous landscape, the border featuring alternating landscapes, willow and flowers, the bowls with deer to interior, sotheby’s paper labels and black ink inventory numbers, c1725, bowl 7.8cm diam, saucer 12.8cm diam. (2) £40-60 546. A pair of Ca Mau Cargo porcelain tea bowls & saucers, ‘Fallow Deer’ pattern, the saucers with a deer beneath a pine tree in a mountainous landscape, the border featuring alternating landscapes, willow and flowers, the bowls with deer to interior, sotheby’s paper labels and black ink inventory numbers, c1725, bowl 7.8cm diam, saucer 12.8cm diam. (4) £80-120

lot 548 547. A pair of Ca Mau Cargo porcelain tea bowls & saucers, ‘Fallow Deer’ pattern, the saucers with a deer beneath a pine tree in a mountainous landscape, the border featuring alternating landscapes, willow and flowers, the bowls with deer to interior, sotheby’s paper labels and black ink inventory numbers, c1725, bowl 7.8cm diam, saucer 12.8cm diam. (4) £80-120

550. A Ca Mau Cargo porcelain tea bowl & saucer, ‘Fallow Deer’ pattern, the saucers with a deer beneath a pine tree in a mountainous landscape, the border featuring alternating landscapes, willow and flowers, the bowls with deer to interior, sotheby’s paper labels and black ink inventory numbers, c1725, bowl 7.8cm diam, saucer 12.8cm diam. (2) £40-60

548. six pairs of Ca Mau Cargo porcelain tea bowls & saucers, ‘Fallow Deer’ pattern, the saucers with a deer beneath a pine tree in a mountainous landscape, the border featuring alternating landscapes, willow and flowers, the bowls with deer to interior, sotheby’s paper labels and black ink inventory numbers, c1725, bowl 7.8cm diam, saucer 12.8cm diam. (12) £400-600

551. A pair of Ca Mau Cargo porcelain tea bowls & saucers, ‘Fallow Deer’ pattern, the saucers with a deer beneath a pine tree in a mountainous landscape, the border featuring alternating landscapes, willow and flowers, the bowls with deer to interior, sotheby’s paper labels and black ink inventory numbers, c1725, bowl 7.8cm diam, saucer 12.8cm diam. (4) £80-120

549. A pair of Ca Mau Cargo porcelain tea bowls & saucers, ‘Fallow Deer’ pattern, the saucers with a deer beneath a pine tree in a mountainous landscape, the border featuring alternating landscapes, willow and flowers, the bowls with deer to interior, sotheby’s paper labels and black ink inventory numbers, c1725, bowl 7.8cm diam, saucer 12.8cm diam. (4) £80-120

552. A pair of Ca Mau Cargo porcelain tea bowls & saucers, ‘Fallow Deer’ pattern, the saucers with a deer beneath a pine tree in a mountainous landscape, the border featuring alternating landscapes, willow and flowers, the bowls with deer to interior, sotheby’s paper labels and black ink inventory numbers, c1725, bowl 7.8cm diam, saucer 12.8cm diam. (4) £80-120

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lot 557

lot 553 553. A Chinese famille verte figure of a mandarin holding a ruyi sceptre, real hair whiskers, impressed mark, 48cm high £250-300 554. A Chinese blue & white triple gourd vase painted with quatrefoil panels, foliage and scrolls, fitted for electricity, 24cm high approx. £50-100 555. A Chinese blue & white porcelain scroll weight of oval section, foliate scroll design, four character mark to one end, 14.5cm long £40-60

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556. A pair of Komai damascene cylindrical vases, each on three pad feet decorated with reserves of gold and silver with birds above lily pads and fruiting vines on a silver cellwork ground, 7cm high £700-1000

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Guildford Saleroom Wellers 557. A good Komai damascene plate, barbed edge, decorated with a central reserve of a riverscape on a cell ground, circular gilt character mark about silver five petalled flower, 24.5cm diam £2500-3000 558. A pair of Chinese blue & white porcelain gu form altar vases, of square section with stepped protruding midsections on shaped feet, well painted with figures on a trellis ground, 46cm high approx. (2) £7000-10000 559. A Japanese Imari bowl with scalloped rim, 24cm diam. £20-40

lot 560

560. A very large Chinese blue & white porcelain punch bowl, decorated with flowering prunus, four character mark to base, 41cm diam. approx. £2000-3000 561. An unusual Oriental soapstone seal, probably Chinese, brown/red/green variegation, with arched top, characters to sides interspersed with dragon motifs, 9cm high £1000-1500 562. A Persian wooden box & cover, cylindrical with domed cover, decorated with a figure on horseback, deer, tigers and elephants, 14cm high approx. £30-50 563. A Japanese lacquered bronze plate, decorated with flowering plants within a border of flying birds, stylised flower sprays, shaped rectangular cartouche mark verso, 29.5cm diam. £1200-1800

lot 561

564. A large bronze toad, probably Japanese, textured skin, overall brown patina, 20cm max. approx. £200-300 565. A large Japanese satsuma pottery vase, baluster form, decorated with reserves of samurai, 46.5cm high £600-800 566. A Chinese ivory puzzle ball stand, the outer layer pierced and carved with figures and trees, on a vase form support, the circular top carved with flowers, 11cm high approx. £250-350 lot 563 Imperfections not stated. Images available on our website.

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lot 573 567. A large Japanese lacquer box or jubako, decorated with cranes in landscapes in gold and silver, red lacquer interior, 56 x 33.5 x 32cm £1500-2500 568. A large Chinese wood carving of two scaly dragons with four claw feet facing each other fighting over a flaming pearl, 104cm long approx. £800-1200

lot 567

569. A Chinese export mother of pearl lancet case / etui case, tapered rectangular form, mounted in white metal, decorated with figures and pagodas in landscapes about a shield shaped cartouche, 7cm max. £70-100 570. A large pair of Chinese archaistic cloisonne vases and covers on wooden stands, of unusual flattened baluster shape with applied surface flanges, the cloisonne of stylised taotie motifs predominantly in blue tones, square character seal to bases, total height 76cm, vases and covers 63cm high approx. £15000-20000 571. A large Oriental monochrome bottle vase, bright yellow colouration, fitted for electricity, 57cm high approx. £250-350

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572. A section of Chinese export wallpaper, depicting stylised mountain tops with pagodas, figures, a donkey and a large pine tree to the fore, probably regency period, 44 x 86cm approx. £40-60 Imperfections not stated. Images available on our website.


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lot 574

lot 576 573. A Japanese mottled bronze globular vase, decorated in high relief with a white meal hydrangea bloom, 21cm high £1800-2200 574. A good Chinese soapstone scholar group carving, variegated red/white, the scholar seated on a throne teaching three children at a table surrounded by books and scrolls, 16cm high £3000-5000

lot 577 575. A pair of Japanese lacquer, bone and mother of pearl carved panels, decorated in high relief with birds in branches and birds in flight over red/gold lacquered mountainous landscapes, 61 x 104cm approx. (2) £250-350 576. A Japanese multi-metal inlay bronze vase, baluster form on four volute feet, two handles applied to the shoulders, decorated with a hawk on rocky outcrop with flowering shrubs, internal cylinder water container, 38.5cm high approx. £3000-5000

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577. A good Japanese Meiji period multi-metal inlay bronze koro & cover, formed as a seated oni lifting a large vessel on his shoulder, inlaid with landscapes and Mount Fuji between coiled dragons, the domed cover surmounted by a shoki subduing a oni with a sword, 42.5cm high £15000-18000

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lot 579

lot 582 578. A pair of Japanese silkwork embroideries, one with buildings beside a pool, the other with figures & boats, visible silkwork 29 x 20.5cm approx, framed (2) £400-600 579. A Japanese silver pheasant, modelled standing, hinged wings, detachable head and tail, character marks to body neck, 45.5cm max long approx. £1200-1800 580. A good Meiji period Japanese multi-metal vase, baluster form, decorated in high relief with a bird amidst flowering shrubs, Greek key pattern to upper rim, signed on raised silver tablet cartouche to base, 35.5cm high £2500-3500 581. A Chinese mother of pearl inlaid wood letter rack, the shaped back with a circular reserve encircled with bats flanked by deer, the front decorated with peony, pomegranate gourds and a bird, 25 x 23 x 40.5cm approx. £600-800 582. A Japanese bronze circular wall plaque cast with a tigers head, red silk suspension rope, 35cm diam. £1000-1500

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583. A pair of Japanese porcelain shojo jardinières, formed as red haired girls standing beside large urns, decorated with continuous landscapes, red character marks to base, 25cm high (2) £300-500 Imperfections not stated. Images available on our website.


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lot 590

584. A Japanese bronze koro, the circular bowl decorated with reserves of dragons between simulated bamboo ring handles, character marks to base, 27cm diam. £100-200

587. A large Japanese bronze figure group/lamp cast as a woman with small pagoda form cage atop a tree stump, the cage forming the shade, on carved wood base, 72cm high £800-1200

585. A Chinese blue and white porcelain moon flask decorated with figures on horseback on a scrolling peony ground, four character mark to base, 27cm high £40-60

588. A pair of Japanese Kutani vases, 30cm high £100-150

586. A Japanese bronze lamp base formed as a mother monkey with three offspring on her back, on fitted wood stand, fitted for electricity, 45cm excluding fitting £3000-4000

589. A Chinese porcelain ceramic table screen/plaque, decorated with a dragon above scrolling waves, a smaller red dragon coiled around the breath of the larger dragon, red character seal mark, on carved wood stand, 29 x 43cm visible £100-200

590. A Chinese famille rose circular ceramic plaque, enamelled with a pine tree with bats above, cranes and lingzhi (fungi) at the foot of the tree, on naturalistically carved wood base representative of the roots of the tree, plaque 27cm diameter, 43cm high including base (2) £200-400 591. A Japanese ivory okimono, modelled as a man with a flag caught in a trap by a rat, a further rat emerging from a pumpkin at his feet, red character mark to base, 12.5cm high approx. £100-150 592. A Chinese carved wood and lacquer bi-fold screen £200-300 593-600. spare lots

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Friday 30th May


English & Continental Ceramics and Glass at 11.00am


Wellers Guildford Saleroom

lot 603

lot 604 601. A Villeroy & Boch, Mettlach, Aesthetic Movement ceramic charger, c1890, decorated with a textured border of strapwork and scrolling foliage around a renaissance style centre featuring an amorous couple, 34.5cm diam. £150-200 602. A Wedgwood green jasper circular plaque depicting two cherubs, one holding his hand over the other’s mouth, Wedgwood uppercase mark, 3.4cm diam. approx. £120-180 603. A large pair of Nevers Majolica vases, signed H. signaret, dated 1858 (MDCCClVIII), decorated with Old Testament style figures and script, one vase bearing inscription ‘Henricos Johanes Mareau, Banq de France’ above a cherub holding a cash box, further cherubs holding a bust portrait, 52cm high (2) £500-800 604. A Baccarat two-branch candelabrum with faceted drops and etched storm shades, with acid etched mark, 59cm high approx. £300-500 605. A salviati glass wine service, the stems with blue enamel twist and blue trailing to rims, comprising six shallow wine coupes and a decanter and stopper, 27cm high max. (8) £200-400

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606. A Meissen porcelain figure of a parrot, perched upon a truncated stump modelled with one foot raised to eat, blue crossed swords with pommels, 29.5cm high £1800-2200 Imperfections not stated. Images available on our website.


Guildford Saleroom Wellers 607. A pair of German porcelain oval plaques, ‘Piccolo’ and ‘Piccola’, painted by eugene Von Blaas, a girl holding a basket of violets; and a boy in tyrolean style dress, titled and signed in blue verso, carved wood fitted frames, the porcelain 12.5cm diam max, frames 19.5cm diam. max. (2) £600-800

lot 613

lot 608 608. A large Mont Joye flower trough/brick in pale blue, enamelled with stylised tulips, bird and butterfly on gilded grass stems, acid etched and gilded bishop head mark, 19cm long £200-400 609. A Meissen porcelain plate, painted in kakiemon palette with flowers and rockwork, brown line rim, blue crossed swords with pommels, 22cm diam. £450-550

611. Four Continental porcelain boxes & covers, gilt metal mounts, one formed as a basket of grapes, 9.5cm max. £150-250 612. A royal Crown Derby porcelain part coffee service, cased, pattern no. 9259, printed and hand decorated with a floral ‘Imari’ pattern, c1915, retailed by Weir & sons of Dublin, Belfast £200-400 613. A pair of Meissen porcelain pierced baskets, the ozier border with five mirror shaped cartouches painted with deutsche Blumen, gilt highlights, blue crossed swords with pommels, 18cm diam. £600-800 614. A Meissen porcelain pierced cabinet plate, cobalt blue and gilt ground with circular well of gallant and companion, blue crossed swords with pommels, 24cm diam. approx. £50-100

lot 610 610. A Meissen circular porcelain dish painted in the kakiemon palette with ‘schmetterling’ pattern of a butterfly on a branch, brown line rim, blue crossed swords and old collection labels, 20.5cm diam. £450-550

616. A good Coalport cased coffee service, pattern number 2265, printed and painted with summer flowers in mirror shaped gilded cartouches on a bright green ground, retailers mark for Mortlocks limited, comprising six cups & saucers £150-200

615. A Bohemian spa glass, the body of white cut through to ruby with four roundels, each painted with summer flowers or gilded leafy vines, on spreading foot, 14cm high £100-150

Imperfections not stated. Images available on our website.

lot 617 617. A Daum glass vase, champagne colour, of globular form cut with bands of stylised wave motifs, script mark ‘Daum F Nancy France’, 24.5cm high £300-500 618. A Copeland spode pierced cabinet plate, the well painted in bright enamels with exotic blooms, intricate ‘jeweled’ ozier border further beaded in gilt, green printed mark, impressed 8 over 85, 23cm diam. £30-50

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lot 621 621. A Meissen porcelain figure of a bullfinch, red & black/grey plumage, perched on a stump, impressed 899, blue crossed swords mark, 14.5cm high approx. £150-250 622. A Meissen figure of a goldfinch, brown/black, yellow & red plumage, on a small rockwork base, blue crossed swords, incised 6991, 10cm max. £80-120 623. A sevres biscuit porcelain figure of Psyche after a model by Falconet, on cobalt blue ground stand, she sitting on a rockwork mound holding a bow, impressed seVres within oval, 011.75.10 incised to rear, the stand with inscription ‘Non pas plus que tu n’es mon maitre, Tu ne le fus ni ne dois l’etre’, iron red dore mark for 1877 with green s.75 lozenge mark, 32cm high approx. £200-400

lot 619 619. A large Meissen figure of a Macau parrot, modelled with head turned to one side, perched holding cherries on a tree stump with applied ferns and moss, blue crossed swords, incised A13, 42.5cm high approx. £4500-5200

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620. A Dresden porcelain figure of the Count of Bruhl’s tailor, riding a goat, after J.J. Kandler, 26.5cm high £200-300

624. six stuart wine glasses, amber colouration with air twist stems, 16cm high £80-120

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lot 625 625. A large royal Dux figure, ‘retour de Chasse’, modelled by Hampel, base impressed 9870, 76cm high £400-600 626. r. sebright - royal Worcester cabinet plate for Asprey, painted with fruit on a dark powder blue ground with gilding and turquoise jewelling, date code for 1935, Asprey mark erased, 21.7cm diam. £250-350

lot 630

lot 635

628. A royal Worcester toy/ miniature cup & saucer, painted with fruit, gilded exteriors, cup only signed F. roberts, c1924, saucer 9.5cm diam. (2) £200-250

633. A Vienna porcelain style vase, ovoid, painted with a young girl with rose garland on a nacreous claret red and gilded ground, shield mark, 21cm high £500-700

629. A Moustiers or lyons shaped faience charger, painted in ochre with figures and fabulous beasts and insects, 18thC, 36.5cm max. £200-300

634. A group of four tall wine glasses, two with Masonic motifs & floral garlands, the other two with a date 1740 or 1757 with views of windmills, on threaded stems, 22cm high (4) £300-400

630. A 'Vienna' porcelain vase & cover, two-handled ovoid form, painted with a cartouche of two young ladies on a cobalt blue ground, Vienna shield mark, 32cm high approx. £500-700 631. A Baccarat cut glass vase of globe and shaft form, 22.5cm high £100-150

lot 627 627. A large Bohemian ruby flash ‘spa’ bowl, dodecagon cut with views of chateau and pavilions, 26cm diam. £300-500

635. A schneider glass jug, of money purse form with angular handle & spout, orange/mottled amethyst/yellow/pink colouration, signature with gilt vase mark, 33.5cm high £300-400

632. A Diana Davis ‘Aegean’ plate, decorated with a jousting knights, 31.5cm diam. £30-50

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lot 636

lot 639 637. Masonic Interest - a pair of glass rummers, wheel engraved with Mason’s emblems, foliate monogram JG to rear, on square stepped bases, 14.5cm high approx. (2) £300-400 638. A KPM Berlin porcelain plaque, oval, of a young dark haired girl wearing a red and gold embroidered hat, impressed KPM, in carved wood frame, 10.5 x 14cm £700-1000 639. A KPM Berlin porcelain plaque, after Murillo, ‘The Melon eaters’, painted with children, fruit and a dig, impressed KPM, sceptre mark & ‘H’, 18 x 24.5cm visible, framed £1500-2000 640. A Coalport part tea service, pattern number 2665, printed and painted with summer flowers in mirror shaped gilded cartouches on a bright green ground, retailers mark for Mortlocks limited, comprising milk jug, sugar bowl, six cups, five saucers and six plates (20) £100-200

lot 638 636. A Continental porcelain plaque after Wilhelm Kray, ‘lorelei’, a winged nymph sitting on a rocky ledge, impressed 446, 11 x 17cm visible, framed £800-1200

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641. Masonic Interest - a large bucket bowl glass rummer, engraved with a continuous scene of a Masonic Temple including a figure within an archway, 21.5cm high approx. £150-200 642. A Chapman’s Patent locking decanter & facet cut ball stopper, with key, 24cm high approx. £50-80 643. A sevres style cabinet cup & saucer, gilded with ll monogram flanked by putti on a cobalt blue ground, faux Chateau des Tuileries mark and date codes, saucer, 13cm diam £150-250 Imperfections not stated. Images available on our website.


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lot 643 644. Masonic Interest - a very large glass goblet on knopped step, cut with Mason’s motifs, 31.5cm high £150-200

lot 645

645. A sevres style cabinet cup & saucer, gilded with ll monogram flanked by putti on a bleu celeste ground, faux Chateau des Tuileries mark and date codes, saucer, 11cm diam £150-250 646. A Continental porcelain cabinet cup and cover of unusually large size, painted with a girl working at a loom, titled ‘Aus Demi Fliegenden Hollander’, on a bleu celeste ground, saucer 16cm diam. £200-300 647. DeGue - an interesting Art Deco two-handled glass vase, leaf green/amethyst colouration, signed to foot, original paper retailers label for Gallard of Tours, 26cm max. £300-500

lot 647

648. A pair of royal Doulton gilded cabinet coffee cups & saucers, signed e. Percy, each painted with a kookaburra or kingfisher in ‘reflection’ on the saucer, saucer 9cm diam. £300-400 649. A KPM porcelain cabinet cup & saucer, painted with indianische Blumen within raised gilded ‘C’ scroll arches, red printed KPM mark, ‘Made in Germany’ and blue sceptre marks, 15cm diam. £250-350

lot 648

650. A Charles schneider Art Deco two colour glass tazza, lemon/amethyst, signed with vase mark, 34cm diam. max. £300-500 651. A Vienna gilded porcelain cabinet cup & saucer, painted with amorous couples and cupids within ‘C’ scroll cartouches on a cobalt blue ground, titled, blue shield mark, 13cm diam. £300-500 lot 651 Imperfections not stated. Images available on our website.

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lot 659

lot 656 652. Two Moser glass cabinet cups & saucers, one cranberry enamelled in yellow with flowering vermiculata, the other with polychrome garland and gilded ‘C’ scroll pendants, saucer 12cm max. diam. £150-200 653. A Derby putto figure, holding a basket of flowers, short stump bocage behind, pale enamel colouring, 11cm max. £30-50 654. A Derby putto figure, holding a basket of flowers, short stump bocage behind, pale enamel colouring, 11cm max. £30-50

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lot 660 655. F.G. Doughty for royal Worcester, figure ‘Italy’, a kneeling child with basket of blue and pink flowers, 9cm high £40-60 656. A rare Troika pottery ‘calculator’ wall plaque, the motif of a circle with nine squares above six larger square, blue/black/brown, marked Troika st Ives with two monograms, 19.5 x 30cm £400-600 657. A Chinese cloisonne hexagon form box & cover decorated with butterflies, 9cm max. £20-40

658. P. Ipsen / Ipsen Danish art pottery, a vase formed as a bear on hind legs resting against a tree stump, possibly designed by Axel sorensen, impressed mark, 27cm high £200-400 659. A William Moorcroft ‘Pomegranate’ pattern fruit bowl with inverted lip, green mark, c1920 £150-250 660. A Waterford cut glass footed punch bowl, 27.5cm diam. £150-250 661. A Victorian cylindrical cranberry glass perfume bottle, the hinged silver lid with gilt interior and repousse decoration opening to reveal an internal glass stopper, makers mark for CC May & sons (Charles May), Birmingham 1891, 7cm high £200-250

Imperfections not stated. Images available on our website.


Guildford Saleroom Wellers 662. A cut glass lay down perfume bottle, green cut through to clear, the hinged white metal lid with repousse decoration opening to reveal glass stopper, 10cm long approx. £150-200 663. A cut glass perfume bottle, blue cut through to clear, internal glass stopper, the white metal hinged cover with kite registration mark for February 6th 1846 and stamped ‘reGIsTereD’, 13cm high approx. £180-220 664. A cobalt blue glass lay down perfume bottle, the white metal hinged lid with repousse decoration, internal glass stopper, 10.5cm long approx. £180-220 665. A cranberry glass teardrop shape lay down perfume bottle, the glass with gilt decoration of flowering branches in Moser style, internal glass stopper, silver mounts and hinged lid, 14cm long approx. £250-350

lots 661, 662, 663, 664 & 665

666. A Victorian ruby glass perfume bottle, tapered ovoid form with beaded band to midsection, silver mounts, makers mark TP, london 1871, 113cm high approx. £180-220 667. Keith Murray for stevens & Williams - pink ‘silver rain’ bubble vase, on grey foot, c1938-9, 22cm high £150-200 668. George Harry Pope - a pair of ovoid glasses on spreading foot engraved with vignettes of foxes in landscapes, titled ‘10.30 roused by a familiar sound’ & and ‘Then turned off along the edge of the road’, signed GH pope, probably on Thomas Webb blanks, 10cm (2) £120-180

lot 667 669. A Copeland majolica jardinière stand moulded with a frieze of classical figures between garlands of flowers, 63cm high £300-500

Imperfections not stated. Images available on our website.

lot 670 670. Vicke lindstrand for Kosta Boda - a slipgraal vase, black spiral twist about the central well with outer clear glass overlay, engraved Kosta H 1381, 15cm high approx. £120-180

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lot 679 671. royal Brierley (American Interest) - ‘The Newport Tower, rhode Island Goblet’, a pair of glass goblets, the stem enclosing a lampwork model of the tower, the bowl with engraved vines, c1936 (2) * The glasses are believed to have been commissioned for the tercentenary celebrations of the construction of the tower, see ‘The Cr ystal Years’, Williams-Thomas, pg. 64 £40-60 672. A Monart glass vase, cylindrical with spreading base, pale mauve/pink colouration, 15.5cm high £100-150 673. An unusual Moser art glass vase, canted rectangular section, ‘graal’ type brown random swirls cased in clear glass, the outer surface cut in panels with ‘bubbles’, original paper label, 17.5cm high £50-70

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lot 680 674. Peter Dreisler - engraved glass decanter & stopper, signed, of square section with rounded shoulders, commemoratively engraved for ‘Gordon reeve, st Bartholomew’s Hospital Medical College, 1986-1995, Finance & establishment Committee’ on an Orrefors blank, engraved Orrefors ?2/324-11?, 24cm high £50-80 675. No lot 676. A royal Worcester ‘blind earl’ type cabinet cup & saucer, moulded in high relief with rose sprays on a lilac ground, Mortlock retailers mark; together with a Coalport spiral decorated cup & cover, red, black and white, 13.5cm diam. (4) £80-120

677. A Continental cabinet cup & saucer in sevres style, gilded with foliate mirror shaped cartouches on a rose pink ground; a Czechoslovakian coffee cup & saucer, 13.5cm diam; and an english cup & saucer painted with red daisy type flowers within black quatrefoils £100-150 678. A burnt orange glass lemonade set, the jug with black glass handle, comprising six tall beakers and a jug, unmarked, probably schneider, 22.5cm high (7) £80-120 679. James Powell for Whitefriars - a pair of sky blue glass wrythen conical decanters with globular air trap stoppers beneath spire and ball finials, 30.5cm high (2) £400-600

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lot 695 680. Harry Powell for Whitefriars - a sea green ‘roman’ decanter and stopper with handle, of square sections, shape no. 2091, 21cm high * cf. ‘Whitefriars Glass - The Art of James Powell & sons’, Jackson, p.113 £50-100 681. A Hochst porcelain figural group of a magic lantern seller, possibly after Johan Peter Melchior, gold mark, 18cm high £200-300 682. A large mid-century Murano art glass bowl, of rounded triangular form, green/brown/yellow colouration, 48cm max. £40-60 683. No lot 684. Three ornate Venetian glass perfume bottles cased with gilt metal, the glass droppers with large gilt metal finials (6) £70-100

686. A mid-20thC colourless art glass table centre piece in the form of a carriage drawn by horses, probably Murano £100-150 687. A large Venetian facon-devenise style cranberry glass goblet, with polychrome and gilt decoration of figures and swags, 33.5cm high £70-100

695. r. sebright - two royal Worcester cabinet plates, painted with peaches and grapes, within a pale peach and cobalt border gilded and ‘jewelled’ with scallop shells, pattern 8346, 23cm diam. (2) £300-500

688. A large Venetian facon-devenise style cranberry glass goblet with polychrome and gilt decoration, of figures and swags, 31cm high £70-100

696. r. sebright - two royal Worcester cabinet plates, one painted with pears and gooseberries, the other with apples and blackberries, within a pale peach and cobalt border gilded and ‘jeweled’ with scallop shells, pattern 8346, 23cm diam. (2) £300-500

689-693. No lots

697-700. spare lots

694. r. sebright - a royal Worcester cabinet plate painted with peaches and cherries, within a pale peach and cobalt border gilded and ‘jewelled’ with scallop shells, pattern 8346, 23cm diam. £150-250

685. A large art glass vase, of attenuated bottle form, blue green colouration, 61cm high £40-60

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Friday 30th May


Paintings, Drawings, Watercolours & Prints at 11.45am


Wellers Guildford Saleroom

lot 706

lot 703 704. Thomas Bush Hardy - boats off a large harbour in choppy seas, watercolour, signed and dated 1889, 33.5 x 16cm £300-400 705. H. Buttler - pair of coastal views with figures, possibly Cornwall, oil on panel, signed and dated ‘07, 27 x 19cm approx. £200-400 706. Dutch school - military encampment with horses, oil on canvas, late 17thC, 40.5 x 49.5cm £800-1200

lot 714 701. William (Bill) Beavan Australian homestead, oil on board, signed Bill Beavan, unframed, 34.5 x 47cm £40-60 702. James Gardem laing - church interior, watercolour, signed JG laing, rsW, 18 x 25cm approx. £50-100 66

703. Joseph Gray - Battle of Britain series, ‘Blitz Dawn’, ‘The Bells of st Clements’, ‘Albermale street’, ‘The Burning of the City’, ‘Incendiary’, and ‘The First Blitz’, dry point etchings, signed in pencil, 18.2 x 26.2cm & smaller, unframed (6) £400-600

707. Middle eastern village scene with mountains beyond, oil on canvas, 19thC, 61 x 72cm £300-500 708. Continental school - Beach scene with figures and parasols, in Impressionist style, oil on panel, paper label verso, Harrods Picture Department, 91 x 56cm £800-1200 709-710. No lots

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lot 723

lot 719 711. Joshua Cristall (c1767-1847) - ‘lodge Farm, Near Medmenham’, pencil drawing, signed & dated 24th Aug 1816; ‘The Village of Medmenham, Bucks’, signed & dated 1816; ‘Waten Castle (?), Watenlath’, titled indistinctly; ‘Berthgellert (?), Bridge over the Colwyn’, signed & dated 1831; and ‘Moel Hebog, Near Berthgellert’, signed & dated 1820, 56 x 23cm and smaller (5) £200-400

714. Charles Garabed Atamian (1872-1947) - ‘looking out to sea’, oil on canvas, signed Atamian/Ch lower right, 92 x 73cm - Provenance: sotheby’s, london, lot no. 28 on 06.02.2010 £15000-20000

712. Joshua Cristall (c1767-1847) - ‘Crowcombe, somersetshire’, pencil drawing, signed & dated 1811; ‘Warren row, Harley, Berkshire’, signed & dated 1816 (2); ‘Abergavenny Castle’, signed & dated 1832; ‘Near Barmouth, Cader Idris in the distance’, 37 x 26cm and smaller (5) £200-400

716. Frank rousse - fishing boats at Whitby, watercolour, signed, c1900, 28 x 47cm £100-150

713. Joshua Cristall (c1767-1847) ‘At Ashley Wood lane, Harley, Berks’, pencil drawings, signed & dated 12 sept 1816; ‘New lock, Bucks’, signed & dated sept 1816; ‘Barmouth with part of Cader Idris on the right’, signed & dated 1831; ‘New lock, Thames, Buckinghamshire’, signed with initials & dated 1831; and ‘Near New lock, Bucks’, signed & dated Aug 1816, 51 x 25.5cm and smaller (5) £200-400

715. Gifford senior - sailing boats, oil on canvas, signed indistinctly,unframed, 46x36cm £40-60

717. Continental school - ‘Peasants in the Fields’, oil on canvas, 20.5 x 37.5cm £40-60 718. David Peretz - still life of yellow flowers, oil on canvas, signed, stamp and numeral ten verso, 56 x 47cm approx. £200-400 719. After Patrick Naysmith (1787-1831) - loch Tay, oil on canvas, 58 x 42cm £300-500 720. George-Marie roussin ‘The Ballerinas’, two ballerinas with looking glass, oil on panel, 22 x 33.5cm approx. * Provenance, Walker Galleries ltd, Harrogate, 2000 £300-500

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721. A wax portrait of Martin Benhaim/Martin Von Benhaim, facing left in profile, titled to one side, mounted on bevelled wood panel in shadow box frame, 3.3 x 3.7cm approx, frame 17.3 x 18cm - Martin Benhaim (1459-1507) cosmographer, astronomer, philosopher and geographer in service to the King of Portugal £150-250 722. Wycliffe egginton (1875-1951) - The entrance to Glencoe, watercolour, signed lower right, Walker Art Gallery exhibition label, liverpool, 52 x 35cm £200-300 723. Francis Dodd - ‘Blackheath’, oil on canvas, signed and dated [19]19, 34 x 54.5cm £1000-1500 724. John Falconar slater (1857-1937) - ‘A Moist Morning in the Highlands’, oil on canvas, 126 x 75cm £400-600 725. Dutch school - three quarter portraits of seated drinking men, one with tricorn hat, the other with waistcoat, oil on board, late 18thC, gilt frames, 31 x 41cm £400-600

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lot 729

lot 726 726. Henri Harpignies - ‘The edge of the Wood’, oil on panel, 16 x 25cm, Belfast Art Gallery & Museum loan label verso, stating owner as ‘ridgway-reeves of Ormeau Avenue, Belfast’, partial label of ‘William rodman, Dealers in Works of Art, Belfast’, and label for James Bourlet & sons ltd, packers £1000-1500 727. Angela smyth - ‘In a Minor Key’, mixed media on board, small pen & ink dedication and illustration with title affixed verso, paper label for The Hawthorne Gallery, 25 x 30cm, shadow box frame (lot may be subject to Arr) £500-700

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lot 731 728. Angela smyth - ‘Man, Bird, Base’, mixed media on board, small pen & ink dedication and illustration with title affixed verso, 25 x 30cm, shadow box frame (lot may be subject to Arr) £500-700

731. Charlie rogers (Charles Henry rogers) - woman seated in an archway with flowering trees, oil on board, 40 x 31cm, in shadow box frame (lot may be subject to Arr) £500-700

729. Angela smyth - black musician with trumpet and black & white dog, mixed media, 19.5 x 24.5cm, in shadow box frame (lot may be subject to Arr) £500-700

732. A framed & glazed map of Middlesex/london, titled ‘Midle-sex: Described with the most famous cities of london & Westminster’, by John Norden, augmeted by speed, sold by George Humble, dated 1610 £150-250

730. Angel smyth - ‘laundry for the Mainland’, mixed media, titled and signed verso, paper label for The Hawthorn Gallery, 30 x 30cm, shadow box frame (lot may be subject to Arr) £500-700

733. susan Brown - ‘santissima Annunciata, Florence’, mixed media, signed, paper labels of susan Brown studio Paintings and Jo Bennett Original Pictures, 50 x 37cm (lot may be subject to Arr) £500-700

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lot 736

lot 738

lot 733 734. susan Brown - ‘Cascade of Architecture, liverpool’, mixed media, signed, 50 x 37cm (lot may be subject to Arr) £500-700 735. Valerie Ann Pye - blue flowers and foliage, watercolour, signed and dated 1993, 33 x 45cm £200-300

lot 740 736. Balthasar Charles larpenteur (1810-1846) - portrait of a Military Man, possibly Colonel William Iremonger seated against a backdrop of a red velvet curtain and a vista of the sea, pointing to a campaign map, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1831, 72 x 87cm £300-500 737. r.Van den luleke? - stylised spanish dancers, oil on canvas, signed indistinctly, 46 x 55cm £100-200

738. A 19th Century oil on canvas, in Old Master style, depicting a young woman holding a gilded vase and cover, 64 x 75cm, the stretcher stamped ?Morrell, liner £150-250 739. Albert Bertalan - green and white vase with summer flowers, oil on board, signed, 60 x 73cm approx. £300-500 740. Albert Bertalan - blue and white vase with summer flowers, oil on board, signed, 60 x 73cm £300-500 741-759. spare lots

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Interiors at 12.20pm


Wellers Guildford Saleroom

lot 764

lot 767 762. A staffordshire saltglaze stoneware cottage money box with money slot to base, 9.5cm £50-80 763. A 19thC French apprentice’s chest of drawers in louis XV style, with gilt metal mounts & checkered stringing, rose marble top, the inside back of the chest inscribed ‘rolin’, 32 x 32.5 x 20. £300-500 764. ‘Atlas Universal’, Diego Homem, c1999, numbered 601/987, leather bound, cased, published by Manuel Moleiro rodriguez, a reproduction of 16thC Portuguese navigation charts; together with a lyre back book rest (2) £300-500 765. A brass Arabic qibla compass/sundial, circular, the compass inset behind a glass panel, 12cm diam. £40-60

lot 766 760. A papier mâché fire screen with mother of pearl and painted decoration, turned rosewood pole on trefoil foot, 139cm high £100-200 761. A Charles Frodsham, london, repeater carriage clock, the movement stamped ‘Made in england’, eleven jewels, 17cm high max. £200-300 72

766. A German rosewood bracket clock, quarter chiming, by Winterhalder & Hofmeier, late 19thC, silvered dial with subsidiary chime/silent and regulation dials, fusee movement with quarter chimes on four gongs and hour strike on further gong, back plate numbered 1539 and stamped W&H/sch/O, 72cm high; together with rosewood bracket with acanthus leaf moulding, 30cm £800-1200 767. A French engraved brass carriage clock, by Bourdin, Paris, shuttered rear door signed Bourdin, Horologer du roi, 24 rue de la Paix, Paris, the white enamel dial with roman numerals £400-600 Imperfections not stated. Images available on our website.


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lot 768

lot 769

768. A fine 17th/18thC Flemish carved ivory figure of st Peter, signed A. Walner, his hands clasped as he kneels on a rock, 19cm high, raised on turned ebonised circular plinth £2000-3000 769. Ferdinand Barbedienne - a large bronze figure of lorenzo de Medici, after the model by Michelangelo, signed F. Barbedienne, Fondeur, 54cm high approx. £800-1200 770. An Art Nouveau alabaster sculpture of a young woman’s face emerging from rockwork, 16.5cm high £150-250 771. An enamel chamberstick and snuffer in Bilston style, circular with pierced ozier rims, decorated with ‘C’ scroll cartouches of cattle, riverscapes and figures interspersed with floral sprays, base 14cm diam. approx. £200-400

lot 771

772. A good papier mâché writing slope inset with Continental porcelain plaques of cherubim, double hinged cover opening to reveal velvet covered slop, covered pen trays, stamp slots, inkwell, etc, 33 x 8.5 x 26cm £700-900

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Wellers Guildford Saleroom 773. A rare Persian Nain ‘hunting scene’ carpet, signed Habbibian, wool/silk on silk base, 289 x 188cm £10000-15000 774. A 20thC russian white metal icon, champleve enamel decoration to halo and corners, 32 x 27cm £400-600 775. A Bonnafort ear trumpet, of bugle form, black japanned metal exterior, flesh pink interior, * see Bennion, ‘Antique Hearing Devices’, p. 24; a turned wood ear trumpet; and two copies of Bennion, ‘Antique Hearing Devices’, soft & hard back (4) £80-120 776. spiro schwatenberg, a bronze figure of a naked woman, on brown marble base, 32.5cm high £180-220 777. A restorer’s box - telescope and other scientific instrument parts £50-100 778. No lot 779. A sikes hydrometer by Buss, 33 Hatton Garden, london, cased £20-40 780. A Newton & Co. dumpy level, in fitted mahogany box, paper label to interior £100-200

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781. A pair of english glass millefiore paperweight door knobs, rose pink outer canes enclosing bands of yellow, green and claret, 7cm diam. approx. (2) £150-250

lot 783 Imperfections not stated. Images available on our website.


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lot 787 782. Three english glass millefiore paperweight door knobs, predominantly red, white and blue canes, 7.5cm approx. and smaller £150-250 783. Five english glass millefiore paperweight door knobs, two of large size, one predominantly blue & pink canes, the other with additional orange/yellow canes, and three smaller door knobs £150-250 784. six faceted glass doorknobs, white, blue and amber tones; together with glass lockplate adornments and metal lockplate knobs, 7.5cm and smaller (22) £150-250 785. Golf Interest - Dunhill ‘The Dunhill Cup Old Course, st Andrews’ replica golf club, sectional, boxed; and a set of three Dunhill golf balls, in leather case, with tees & divot tool, boxed £40-60

lot 791 786. Whyte & Mackay 21 Years old scotch whisky, in presentation box, with signed certificate £30-50 787. An 18thC Continental carved wood mirror of quatrefoil shape within pierced leaf scroll design, 120 x 80cm £500-700 788. Three brass mortars, possibly spanish or Italian, 17th/18thC, each with high relief ribbed body with flaring rim, 13cm diam. & smaller; and three pestles, various £100-200 789. Apothecary, drug jars & pharmacy reference books, including ‘Practical Pharmacy’, Mohr & redwood; ‘early english Drug Jars’, eliot Howard; ‘Apothecary Jars’, Drey; and ‘A History of Drugs’, Mez Mangold; together with two books on medieval art (qty) £70-100

Imperfections not stated. Images available on our website.

lot 793 790. Two regency pole-screens with later silks, 149cm high approx. £200-250 791. J.C. Casimir - bronze of three cherubs with birds nest and birds, signed, on circular marble plinth, 26cm high £400-600 792. six susie Cooper ‘Black Fruits’ pattern coffee cups & saucers (12) £70-100 793. stan Wys (Belarus b.1949) - female study, bronze on canted marble plinth base, signed III/XII and dated 1996, 29.5cm high approx. £400-450

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lot 795

lots 798, 799, 800, 801 & 802

794. stan Wys (Belarus, b.1949) - female study, bronze on coated marble plinth base, signed 2/8 995, 23cm high approx. £300-350

797. A French clockwork/windup rotisserie, c1820, possibly earlier, by C.A., 25 minutes approx. slow turn with bell ringing at end of cycle £400-600

795. An Arts & Crafts WAs Benson brass table lamp, c1900, the adjustable arm fully marked and supporting an associated glass shade, on tripod base which can also be wall mounted, 32cm high approx. £200-300

798. Piero Fornasetti - Mongolfière 9, hot air balloon plate, Milan, Italy, c1955, 25.5cm diam. £80-100

796. A reuge Music, switzerland, burr wood humidor, plays ‘smoke Gets in Your eyes’, 29 x 23 x 12.5cm approx. £400-600

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799. Piero Fornasetti - Mongolfière 3, hot air balloon plate, Milan, Italy, c1955, 25.5cm diam. £80-100 800. Piero Fornasetti - Mongolfière 8, hot air balloon plate, Milan, Italy, c1955, 25.5cm diam. £80-100

801. Piero Fornasetti - Mongolfière 11, hot air balloon plate, Milan, Italy, c1955, 25.5cm diam. £80-100 802. Piero Fornasetti - Mongolfière 10, hot air balloon plate, Milan, Italy, c1955, 25.5cm diam. £80-100 803. Piero Fornasetti - Al Merito, medal plates, two no.4, two no.5 and one no.3, Milan, Italy, 26cm diam. (5) £200-400 804. Piero Fornasetti - a very large kitchen canister & cover, printed in colours with a pineapple pattern, gold lines to cover, Milan, Italy, 28.5cm high approx. £100-150

Imperfections not stated. Images available on our website.


Guildford Saleroom Wellers 805. Piero Fornasetti - four pottery kitchen canisters & covers, printed with labels and kitchen utensils, salt, jam marmalade and curry, Fornasetti mark over laveno marks, 13.5cm high approx. £80-120 806. Piero Fornasetti - a large pottery canister, printed with label for Tobacco within a reserve of pipe heads, gilded lines to cover, Fornasetti mark over laveno mark, 22.5cm high approx. £100-150 807. Piero Fornasetti - obelisk form light, metal with plastic back panel, on brass ball feet, printed in colours with spring & summer flowers, paper label, 51cm high approx. £500-700

lot 811

lot 804

808. Piero Fornasetti - cylindrical lamp base, metal with brass effect mounts, printed with violins, lutes and other stringed instruments, applied metallic label, 40.5cm high approx. £100-150

lot 813

809. Piero Fornasetti - ‘Palloni’, hot air balloons, lamp base, metal with brass effect mounts, printed in bright colours, paper label, 41cm high approx. £80-120 810. Piero Fornasetti - roman foot vase, gilded foot with white shoe, partial printed mark to base £80-120 811. Piero Fornasetti - opera dishes, printed with handbills of ‘Madama Butterfly’, ‘Tosca’, la Boheme’, ‘la sonnambula’, ‘Arturo’ and ‘la Gioconda’, gilded edges, printed marks, 21.5cm max. £250-350 812. Piero Fornasetti - eight pottery herb/condiment canisters & seven covers, printed with labels and brightly coloured depictions of the contents, ginger, mustard, paprika, turmeric, cinnamon, cloves, pepper & vanilla, printed marks, 11cm high approx. £150-250

lot 807 813. Piero Fornasetti - ‘Palloni’, magazine rack, lithographically printed with Mongolfière style hot air balloons, 42.5cm wide £150-200

Imperfections not stated. Images available on our website.

lot 814 814. Piero Fornasetti - umbrella/ stick stand, printed with regency gentleman and soldiers in colours, Fornasetti mark to base, 55.5cm high approx. £200-400

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lot 822 815. Piero Fornasetti - four pottery canisters & covers, printed with labels and brightly coloured depictions of the contents, tea, coffee, sugar and cocoa, printed marks, 17cm high approx. £150-250 816. Piero Fornasetti - four pottery canisters & covers, printed with labels and brightly coloured depictions of the contents, tea, coffee, sugar and cocoa, printed marks, 17cm high approx. £100-200

lot 820 819. A small Murano glass vase, amber/clear/green colouration, 18.5cm diam. max. £40-60 820. lalique for Nina ricci - ‘l’air du Temps’, large perfume bottle, the stopper formed as two birds, marked lAlIQUe to base, 31.5cm (2) £100-150 821. A renge musical cigarette dispenser, with swiss movement, in the form of a pagoda, 23cm high approx £50-70

817. A large Murano glass vase, blue/clear graduating up to brown/ clear colouration, signed, 58cm high max £80-120

822. A large ebonised mahogany mantel/table clock by Thos. Moore of Ipswich, 48cm high £800-1200

818. A Murano glass vase/ large ashtray, blue/purple/brown colouration, 19.5cm high approx. £40-60

823. A walnut mantel clock, c1910, by Camerer, Cuss & Co., london, 30cm high approx. £100-200

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lot 826 824. A Kashmir rug, ivory ground with all over design, 180 x 120cm £80-120 825. A Kashmir rug, red ground with design of the tree of life, 240 x 150cm £150-200 826. A humidor in the form of a ‘library shelf’ with false books forming the front of the box, book titles include Burke’s Peerage and Debretts, c1930, with key £50-70 827. A silver mounted lockable smokers box, double hinged lid marked ‘Cigars’ and ‘Cigarettes’ on silver plaques with silver handle between, a smaller drawer beneath marked ‘lights’, Birmingham 1918, with key, 26cm max. £500-800 828. A Persian shiraz pink ground carpet, approximately 529 knots/inch, 365 x 274cm £1000-1500

Imperfections not stated. Images available on our website.


IMPOrTANT NOTICes FOr PUrCHAsers In addition to our Standard conditions, the following must be strictly adhered to: BUYER’S PREMIUM IS 20% + VAT BUYER’S REGISTRATION All buyers must collect a Buyer’s registration card from Reception prior to bidding, Every intending buyer must register and collect their bidding card. We will not sell to Purchasers who have not collected their card. To increase speed and efficiency of payment, please retain your card throughout the Sale keeping a note of Lot Numbers purchased. PAYMENT METHODS 1. CASH ‑ Sterling only 2. CHEQUES ‑ are acceptable up to the limit of the cheque guarantee card. Cheques in excess of the guarantee or Company cheques are only acceptable from proven customers or those who have provided cast iron references prior to the Sale. 3. Payment may be made by Debit Card/ Credit Card. However, please note that there is a surcharge of 2.5% on all Credit Card transactions. 4. BANKER’S DRAFT ‑ is always acceptable. Should the Draft exceed the purchase price, Wellers Auctioneers will issue a cheque to cover the difference the day after the Sale. 5. For Amounts over £2,000.00 we prefer CHAPS transfer of funds. 6. Goods will not be released until payment is received and/or cleared through our Bank Account. INSURANCE All items on the premises are deemed to be insured by the Vendor before the fall of the hammer and by the Purchaser after the fall of the hammer. The Purchaser of any Lots is responsible for complying with all legal requirements as to the safe use of Lots purchased at the Sale and shall ensure compliance with all relevant legislation relating to the safe use of such Lots.

WARRANTY All electrical and mechanical goods and utensils are sold without warranty, and no guarantees are given or implied as to their working condition. Working goods may be sold as such and shall have a working warranty. All goods sold with this warranty shall be subject to a 48 hour money back guarantee should the goods be faulty. VAT VAT at 20% will be payable on all items marked with an asterisk in the Sale Catalogue. CLEARANCE Subject to satisfactory payment (see above), all items should be removed on the day of Sale or Tuesday next at the latest. Collection on Wednesday, Thursday or Friday is by PRIOR AGREEMENT ONLY PACKAGING & SHIPPING We do not pack or post items. We have the details of a company called’ Mailboxes etc’ available on request who would pack and ship your items to you once they have been paid for in full. They will invoice you separately for their service.


sTANDArD CONDITIONs OF sAle 1. The highest bidder, subject to the Vendor’s reserve (if any) to be the purchaser and if any dispute arises between two or more bidders, the lot in dispute is to be immediately put up again and resold. 2. The advance in the biddings is to be regulated by the Auctioneers, who are to be sole arbiters in any matter of dispute, and no person is to retract a bidding. The Auctioneers reserve the right to themselves of withdrawing from, consolidating or dividing any lot or lots, of varying the order of sale or of accepting or refusing the bidding of any person as they may think fit. 3. The purchasers must give their names and place of abode and (if required) to pay down 25% in part payment of the purchase money, in default of which the lot or lots so purchased to be immediately put up again and resold. 4. As this auction is made on condition of prompt payment, the purchase/money, or the remainder, is to absolutely paid on or before the delivery of any lot. No lot can be transferred and no cheque will be taken from any person unknown to the Auctioneer unless satisfactory references are given. 5. Purchasers shall have no right to avail themselves of any set‑off or other plea against the Auctioneer or the Vendor for non‑payment of their purchase money. 6. The Auctioneers act as agents only. Each lot as set out in the catalogue, or as divided or joined with any lot or lots at the sole discretion of the Auctioneers, is sold with all faults, imperfections and errors of description and the lots shall be at the purchaser’s risk immediately once they are sold. Neither the Vendor nor the Auctioneers are responsible for the authenticity, attribution, genuineness, origin, authorship, date, age, period, condition or quality of any lot. All statements in the catalogue as to any of such matters are statements of opinion and are not to be taken as, or as implying, statements or representation of fact. Purchasers are deemed to have satisfied themselves by inspection or otherwise as to all such matters and as to the physical description of any lot. Neither the Vendor nor the Auctioneers to make or give, nor has any person in the employment of the Auctioneers any authority to make or give, any representation or warranty, and in any event neither the Vendor nor the Auctioneers are responsible for any representation or warranty or for any statement in the catalogue. If one person purchases two or more lots the prices of all must be paid before the delivery of any.

7. No lot is to be taken away during the time of sale, and no lot must on any account whatever be taken away unless delivered by the person appointed for this purpose, nor without a delivery ticket signed by the Auctioneers or their clerk. 8. Every person whilst on the premises before, during, or after the sale shall be deemed to be there at his own risk, and no person shall make or have any claim against the Vendor or the Auctioneers in respect of any injury he may sustain or accident, which may happen. 9. The purchasers will be held responsible for any damage to the premises or occasioned to adjoining lots in the course of the removal of any lots they may have bought (principals being held accountable for the acts of their agents). LASTLY upon failure to comply with the above conditions the money so deposited in part payment shall be forfeited, the lot or lots not cleared within the specified time shall be resold by public or private sale, and the deficiency (if any) together with all charges attending the same shall be made good by the defaulters at this sale. Every purchaser or person at this sale is expected to acquaint himself with the foregoing conditions and the fact of a purchaser or person bidding at this sale shall be accepted as a tacit consent to abide by, observe and agree to such foregoing conditions.


Forthcoming Sales 2014 June

October

5th and 6th – Art, Jewellery and Antiques

2nd and 3rd – Art, Jewellery and Antiques

July 3rd and 4th – Art, Jewellery and Antiques 17th and 18th – Fine Art, Jewellery and Antiques

August No sales

September

November 6th and 7th – Art, Jewellery and Antiques 27th and 28th – Fine Art, Jewellery and Watches

December 11th and 12th – Art, Jewellery and Antiques

4th and 5th – Art, Jewellery and Antiques 25th and 26th – Fine Art, Jewellery and Antiques

Enquiries Telephone: 01483 802 280 Email: guildford@wellersauctions.com

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