Catherine Southon 17 November 2021

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Antiques & Collectables Wednesday 17th November at 10.00am VIEWING Monday 15th November 2pm - 5pm Tuesday 16th November 9am - 5pm Wednesday 17th November 8.30am - 10am Please telephone 0208 468 1010 We are able to offer further images, detailed condition reports and virtual viewing if required. Please note that this will now be a public auction at Farleigh however we still encourage masks and social distancing

We are delighted to welcome BBC Bargain Hunt to Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers on Wednesday 17th November

PLEASE NOTE THAT WE HAVE MOVED OFFICES TO: Chislehurst Business Centre 1 Bromley Lane Chislehurst Kent BR7 6LH


Welcome to Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Director:

Catherine Southon

Specialists:

Tom Blest Stephanie Connell Barbara Dixon (Consultant)

Sale Administrator:

Nicola Minney

Auction Enquiries and Information:

0208 468 1010 07808 737694 Email: info@catherinesouthon.co.uk

AUCTION VENUE Farleigh Court Golf Club, Old Farleigh Road, Warlingham, CR6 9PE. We will be situated at Farleigh Court from Monday 15th until Friday 19th November. From Monday 22nd November we will be back at our office in Chislehurst Business Centre, 1 Bromley Lane, Chislehurst BR7 6LH.

I M P O R TA N T N O T I C E S Please note that the condition of items are not noted in the catalogue. Condition reports can be viewed on www.thesaleroom.com. All payments should be made by bank transfer, debit card or through www.thesaleroom.com. Please note that we are no longer taking credit cards as payment.

LIVE INTERNET BIDDING

In addition to bidding via telephone, absentee and thesaleroom.com, we are now delighted to offer bidding through our own website catherinesouthon.co.uk. All you have to do is visit the website and register to bid - it’s just like being in the auction room. A live audio feed means you hear the auctioneer at exactly the same time as other bidders. You see the lots on your computer screen as they appear in the auction room, and the auctioneer is aware of your bids the moment you make them. Just register and click to bid!

COLLECTIONS Items can be collected from the auction venue, Farleigh Golf Club, on Thursday 18th November between 9.30am and 5.00pm and on Friday 19th November between 9.30am and 3.00pm. After this collections should be made from our office, Chislehurst Business Centre, 1 Bromley Lane, Chislehurst, Kent BR7 6LH. We are able to post small non-breakable items.

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AUCTIONS The Company trades as Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd. The Company’s registered office is: Lygon House, 50 London Road, Bromley, BR1 3RA. Company Registration Number 08020183. Registered in England and Wales.


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1. A 1930s walnut glazed bookcase the parquetry inlaid and strung frieze with central tablet above a pair of sliding glazed door enclosing adjustable shelves, on squat cabriolet supports, height 188cm, width 107cm, depth 31.5cm £100-£200

2. A 19th century pine standing corner cupboard in two sections, the upper section with a projecting moulded cornice above an astragal glazed door enclosing a green painted interior with fitted shelves, the base with a pair of panelled cupboard doors with outline moulding, height 219cm, width 99cm, depth 56cm £100-£150

3. A Victorian walnut and floral marquetry pier cabinet with gilt metal mounts, rectangular top above frieze inlaid in floral motif, with ornate applied gilt metal corbals, border, trim and Satyr mask head, arched glazed door, fitted single shelf to interior with velvet lining, on shaped plinth base, width 82cm, height 113.5cm, depth 33cm £300-£400

4. A William IV rosewood breakfast table the circular top with tilt action, on an octagonal baluster stem and tri-form base on scroll feet, height 72cm, diameter 131.5cm £200-£300

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 5. A 17th century and later oak bible box with sloping lid, iron hinges and lock-plate, carved with foliate motif, width 67cm, height 33.5cm, depth 48.5cm £200-£300

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6. A late 19th century Aesthetic movement Benham & Froud mahogany coal box /purdonium gilt brass mounts and carrying handle, the hinged sloped front inset with a rectangular mixed metal plaque attributed Christopher Dresser engraved with a bird by a pool in silver finish, with as brass shovel, height 43cm, width 33.5cm, depth 51cm £200-£300

9. A Victorian giltwood and gesso overmantel mirror the original arched mirror plate, surmounted by a shell and scroll crestpiece, fruiting vine and cabochon moulded frame, the corners with acanthus scrolls, height 141.5cm, width 130cm £100-£200

7. Robert “Mouseman” Thompson of Kilburn: A two-tier oak tea trolley with carved mouse lacking castors, depth 38cm, height 67cm, width 85cm £300-£500

8. Robert “Mouseman” Thompson of Kilburn: an oak ashtray of typical rectangular form with canted edges, height length 10cm, width 7.5cm height 4cm approximately £80-£120

10. Two Chinese brass topped occasional tables c.1900 the circular tops embossed with a central dragon framed by scrolling decoration, phoenixes and shou symbol, against a black ground, on three turned hardwood supports united by concave stretchers, on compressed bun feet, (2), first height 69cm, diameter 50cm £50-£80

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13. A late Victorian mahogany and marquetry inlaid kidney shaped tray inlaid with musical instruments and foliate scrolls, chequer gallery, width 57.5cm £50-£80 14-16. Details to follow at time of auction

11. A late Victorian Wheeldon’s patent stained beech portable music stand having adjustable column and hinged lectern, screw fitting turned tripod base, height 128cm £80-£120 17. A brass bound Chinese smoking set late 19th/ early 20th century, hardwood and brass bound, applied bat motif corners, including; tray, cigar box, cigarette box, matchbox holder and ashtray, the tray 42.5 x 26.5cm £140-£180

12. An early Victorian gilt decorated black lacquer framed circular wall mirror the frame decorated in gilt with scrolling trails of ivy, diameter 54cm £100-£150

18. An Arts and Crafts pewter three piece tea service stamped W & Co., Homleand, of circular compressed form with riveted effect and planished finish comprising teapot, hot water jug and twin handled sugar bowl, (3), teapot handle to spout 22cm £20-£40

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 21. A George IV rosewood and cut brass inlaid sarcophagus tea caddy the fitted interior with central cut glass mixing bowl and a pair of lidded cannisters initialled B and G, having twin turned handles and gadrooned borders, on compressed bun feet, height 20.5cm, width 32.5cm, depth 17.5cm £200-£300 22. A collection of mid century Danish items comprising a set of eight Laurids Lonborg teak and coloured leather coasters, four Lundhofte stainless steel candle holders, a pair of teak and stainless steel book ends, a boxed set of eight Dansk Designs cocktail forks and a chrome and glass four light candelabrum, (qty), various £70-£90 19. A Victorian brass bound walnut tea caddy inlaid with turquoise coloured cabochon decoration and ivory banding, width 20cm, height 12.5cm £40-£60

23. Michael Bang (1942-2013) for Holmegaard Lamp Art Asymmetrisk table lamp c.1974 original label, height including fitting 34cm £140-£180

20. A late Regency tortoiseshell and ivory banded tea caddy c.1830 of sarcophagus form with serpentine outline, hinged shallow domed swept lid, two division lidded interior, on compressed ivory bun feet, height 16cm, width 20.2cm, depth 13.7cm £200-£300

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24. A early 19th century French Empire gilt and patinated bronze chinoiserie figure adapted as a table lamp, standing in robes on a drum base with applied crossed arrows and laurel wreath, on square white marble base with bracket feet, height including fitting 30.7cm £80-£120 A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 9 6 .


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25. A pair of early 19th century Regency period gilt and patinated bronze chinoiserie candlesticks c.1820 each in the form of a robed Chinese figure holding a parasol suspended with bells supporting a part fluted campana urn shaped nozzle with berried leaf borders, on square stepped bases, (2), height 23.2cm £600-£800

26. A pair of large late 19th century French Louis XVI style ormolu mounted Sèvres style porcelain six light candelabra the turquoise ground shouldered tapering vases painted with gilt foliate rocaille framed panels depicting a reclining maiden on clouds representing Music and the Arts respectively, to reverse allegorical scenes with musical instruments and doves in a wooded landscape, mounted with twin vine scroll handles issuing five candle arms in the form of lilies, on bases with leaf cast volute scroll uprights and inset with Sèvres style panels painted with foliate sprays, on plinth bases, height 73.5cm £700-£900

27. A large pair of French Empire style silver plated figural five light candelabra each cast as the winged figure of Victory standing on a sphere holding aloft a torch issuing five candle arms, on a circular plinth with applied eagle and crossed quivers, on square bases, height 72.5cm £100-£200

28. A late 19th century French Renaissance style ormolu tazza the lozenge shaped dish cast with twin mermaid handles and Bacchus mask, on a stems cast with a coiled serpent and a domed foot with twin lion masks, numbered 4219, height 22cm £50-£80

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29. A pair of George III cut glass gilt brass mounted candlesticks, c.1800 the urn shaped nozzles with Van Dyke rims above star shaped collars suspended with swagged chains of pear shaped drops, on circular blue glass drum bases decorated in gilt with classical maidens, ormolu leaf mounts and spreading circular bases with beaded rims, (2), height 30.5cm £700-£900

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30. A pair of George III cut glass gilt brass mounted candlesticks, c.1800 the urn shaped nozzles with Van Dyke rims above star shaped collars suspended with chains of swagged pear shaped and circular drops, pineapple stems, on circular ormolu mounted porcelain drum bases decorated in gilt with paterae and swagged garlands with blue borders, on spreading pierced bases with beaded rims, (2), height 34cm £700-£900

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 31. A late Victorian copper mounted hippopotamus tusk table lamp on cabriole scroll legs, fitted for electricity, height including fitting 22cm, length 25.5cm £80-£120

36. A 19th century marble bust of a classical maiden head and shoulders, wearing drapery and a rose corsage, on socle base, unsigned, height 32.5cm £300-£500

32. Details to follow at time of auction 33. A Philips 13 1/2” Challenge Globe c.1950 raised on square black bakelite base, height 43.5cm £70-£90

34. Two 19th century giltwood and gesso framed wall mirrors first rectangular with husk border and pierced and carved fruiting vine surround, second oval having foliate crest, and ribbon tied trailing floral garland relief border, First overall 69.5 x 59.5cm, second 45.5 x 37.5cm £80-£120

37. After the antique a 19th century Grand Tour bronze copper clad bust of a classical man on an octagonal plinth base, height 23.5cm £100-£150

35. A 19th century continental porcelain plaque painted with the Madonna della Sedia after Raphael carved giltwood and gesso Florentine frame, plaque diameter 15.7cm, overall diameter 28.5cm £200-£250

38. An Art Nouveau brass table lamp by F & C. OSLER c.1900 whiplash foliate scroll tripod base, stamped Osler, height 48cm £80-£120

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 39. A Victorian oak cased drop dial circular fusee wall clock painted white enamel dial with black Roman numerals and minute track, four pillar brass 8 day movement, dial diameter 30.5cm, case diameter 41cm £80-£120

41. A late 19th century French Louis XVI style ormolu and Sèvres style porcelain mounted mantle clock circular blue ground porcelain dial painted with black Roman numerals and a winged putto to centre, 8 day drum movement striking on a bell, numbered 2618, 411, the case embellished with masks and scrolls surmounted by an ormolu mounted twin handled urn and a plaque painted with a Watteauesque courting couple, on scroll feet, height 46.5cm £250-£350

42. A late 19th century American rosewood and satinwood inlaid drop dial wall clock the 12” painted dial with black Roman numerals, two train movement striking on a bell, the trunk with a glazed lenticle, height 77cm £80-£120

42 40. A late 19th French Louis XVI style ormolu mounted Sèvres style porcelain mantle clock the rectangular dial painted with gilt Roman numerals and a floral wreath signed Simpson & Cie?, 8 day drum movement striking on a bell, stamped 288 4 8, the architectural case surmounted by a segmental pediment and two reclining putti with a tortoise, flanked by a pair of flaming urns on a canted breakfront plinth base, height 37cm £200-£300

43. An American New Haven Clock Co. walnut banjo wall clock circular silvered pressed metal dial with Arabic numerals, two train thirty hour movement striking on a gong, the tapering trunk inset with a foliate glass panel above a rectangular base inset with a glass panel depicting Mount Vernon, surmounted by a gilt eagle finial, height 75cm £80-£120 44-46. Details to follow at time of auction 47. An early 20th century French gilt brass carriage clock and another retailed by Mappin & Webb first five pane gilt brass case, white enamel dial with Black Roman numerals, minute track and outer Arbaic minutes, blued steel Moon hands, signed F. Phillip Paris, four pillar movement, numbered 1500, (2), first height 14.2cm £70-£90

48. An early 20th century large gilt brass carriage clock white enamel dial, with black Roman numerals, minute track and blued steel hands, signed Lane, Strand, five bevelled glass case, four pillar movement with brass platform, compensated balance, height 15cm £100-£150 41

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52. ‡ Georges Robin (French, 1895-1981) ‘Le Port de Doëlan, Bretagne’, oil on canvas, signed to lower right, bearing title inscription verso, framed, canvas 55 x 45.5cm, overall 63.25 x 54.5cm £800-£1,200

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53. ‡ Grenville Cottingham RSMA, RBA (British 1943-2007) ‘Rotherhithe’ and ‘Limehouse’, watercolour, signed and dated 82 and 81, mounted, framed, (2), first within mount 20.5 x 27.5cm, overall 38 x 45.5cm £100-£150

49. Three display cased collections of moths and butterflies early-mid 20th century, one case containing 66 British moths and butterflies, including a Black Veined White; one case containing Hawk-moths; one case of 15 mixed butterflies, bearing Janson & Son, 44 Great Russell St., London stamp, together with an unused entomologists display case, (4), the largest 45.5 x 45.5 x 5cm £50-£100 50. ‡ Neil Pittaway A.R.E (British, 1973) ‘Assyrian Arch’, watercolour and pen, signed bottom right, mounted and framed, bears paper label Elizabeth Scott-Moore student award verso, within mount: 38cm x 32cm, overall 54cm x 44cm £50-£80 51. ‡ Euan Fraser (20th century) ‘Fishing boats on the shore’, oil on canvas, signed bottom right, unframed, 86.5 x 86.5cm £80-£120

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54. ‡ Margot Noyes (British, b.1939) ‘Woodland Lake’, oil on canvas, signed and dated bottom right 88, framed, canvas 71 x 71cm, overall 76 x 76cm £100-£150

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55. ‡ Sir Terry Frost (British 1915-2003) ‘Zeus Flight’, aquatint on wove, limited numbered 43/45 signed in pencil and dated 96, mounted, framed, impression 28 x 28cm, overall 53.5 x 50.6cm £400-£600 56. ‡ Edward Holroyd Pearce (British, 1901-1990) ‘Mediterranean Coastal Scene’, possibly Vico Equense, Italy, oil on board, signed to lower right, framed, bears ‘The Rowley Gallery, 115 Kensington Church Street, London, W8 7LN’, label verso, the frame 40 x 50cm, painting within frame 34 x 24cm approximately £150-£250 57. Richard Short (British 1841-1916) ‘A coastal view with a rough sea and shipping’ oil on canvas, signed bottom right in red and dated 98, gilt frame, canvas 36 x 81.5cm, overall 62 x 98cm £100-£200 58. Indian School, 19th century Quartered study of four elephants wearing saddlecloths, gouache on laid paper, mounted, framed, within mount 20.5 x 29.5cm, overall 34.6 x 43.4cm £80-£120

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62 59. Details to follow at time of auction 60. William Gibbons (British fl. 1841-1890) ‘West Country coastal scene with a beached vessel and a beach comber’, oil on canvas, signed W Gibbons and dated 1880 bottom left, gilt gesso frame, canvas 55 x 102cm, overall 68 x 113cm £400-£600

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65 61. William Gibbons (British fl. 1841-1890) ‘West Country coastal scene with a beached vessel and an encampment on the shore with figures’, oil on canvas, signed W Gibbons and dated 1880 bottom left, gilt gesso frame, 57.5 x 104.5cm, overall 69.5 x 116.5cm £400-£600 62. John MacWhirter RA HSRA RE (British, 1839-1911) ‘River Landscape - Autumn’ and ‘River Landscape - Winter’, a pair of watercolours, each signed ‘MacW’ to lower right, mount and framed in period gesso frames, the frame 36 x 63cm, within mount 19 x 46cm £200-£300 63. Charles James Lewis (British, 1830-1892) ‘Wiltshire Cornfield’, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1877 lower right, in gilt frame, inscribed verso ‘C. J. Lewis, Cheyne House, Chelsea’, the frame 123 x 87cm, the canvas 56 x 92cm approximately £600-£800

64. 19th century English School ‘Portrait of Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington’, bust length wearing the Order of the Golden Fleece and the Star of the Order of the Garter, oval, oil on canvas laid on to board, modern gilt frame, aperture 25.3 x 30cm, overall 51 x 43.5cm £200-£300 65. British school (Early 19th century) ‘Italian Landscape’, oil on canvas, signed to lower left ‘D. Crosthwaite’ with date 18**, framed, canvas 90 x 66cm approximately, overall 117 x 95cm approximately £300-£400 66. ‡ Alexander MacNeil (Scottish, active c.1913-1940) ‘Where Lugar Flows’, oil on board, framed and glazed in period giltwood frame, historic label to verso inscribed ‘“Where Lugar Flows” Alexander MacNeil, 144 West Regent St, Glasgow’, Board approx. 19.5 x 26cm, overall approx. 30.5 x 38cm £100-£200

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67 67. ‡ Laurence Stephen Lowry RBA, RA (British, 1887-1976) ‘Britain At Play’, print, signed in pencil to lower right, with impressed Fine Art Trade Guild blind stamp, mounted and framed in silver coloured frame, labelled verso A. W. John Simmons & Son, within mount approximately 60 x 46cm, the frame height 67 x 80.5cm £2,500-£3,500 68. ‡ Laurence Stephen Lowry, RBA, RA (British, 1887-1976) ‘Two Brothers’, print, signed in pencil to lower right, with impressed Fine Art Trade Guild blind stamp AHE, mounted, framed within black and silver frame, within mount 63 x 31cm, the frame 84 x 49cm £2,500-£3,500 69. Sir George Clausen RA (British, 1852-1944) ‘Geese in a Farmyard’, watercolour and gouache on paper, signed in pencil to lower left margin and dated 1891, mounted and framed, within mount 15.5 x 8.25cm, overall 32.5 x 25.5cm £200-£300

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 70. Middlesex/ Hertfordshire/ London Maps: A collection of maps, 18th century and later including examples by: Robert Morden, G.W. Bacon, J. Harrison, Richard Blome, Robert Morden, J. Cary, Thomas Badeslade & William Henry Toms, together with two James Clarke Lake District related maps (qty) £80-£120 71. Benjamin Cole (1697-1783) A set of four city of London Ward maps, including: ‘Wallbrook Ward and Dowgate Ward’; ‘Cripplegate Ward’; ‘Queen-Hith Ward’; ‘Lime Street Ward’, each map subdivided into parishes, with prominent landmarks, monochrome engravings, dated 1755-6, originally published as part of William Maitland’s ‘History of London...’, each framed and mounted, (4), within mount approximately 37 x 26cm, overall 56 x 43cm £60-£80

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72. ‡ Rowland Hilder (British, 1905-1993) ‘Norfolk farm’, etching with aquatint, signed bottom right margin in pencil and numbered 29/75, mounted framed, impression 30 x 39cm, overall 50 x 59.8cm £80-£120 73. Carmarthenshire. John Speed (1552-1629) Map of Carmarthenshire (Caermarden) Both Shyre and Towne Described, hand-coloured, inset with map of Caermarden, John Sudbury and George Humble, c.1627, mounted and framed, overall 65 x 78cm, visible within mount 38.5 x 52cm £200-£300 74-76. Details to follow at time of auction 77. Two natural history related prints both taken from ‘Encyclopaedia Londinensis’, 1817, engraved by J. Pass, depicting rodents and monoculus, mounted and within Hogarth frames, (2), 44 x 37cm and 44 x 37.7cm approximately £40-£60

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78. A pair of Wedgwood black basalt dolphin candlesticks impressed Wedgwood A 74 Made in England, in original card box, height 23.5cm £200-£250 79. A Victorian blue jasper cheese dome decorated with winged figures and repeating oak leaf and acorn motif, manner of Dudson, impressed to base ‘B’, height 26.5cm, base width 27cm £80-£120 80. Eight Minton cabinet plates painted with views of the Swiss lakes and Alpine flowers by Arthur Holland c.1951 ‘Swiss flowers ‘No 1’, ‘Edelweiss’, ‘Geum Montanum’, ’Lilium Bulbiferum’, ‘Primula Veris’, ‘Anemone Alpina’, ‘No 6 Anemone Sulfurea’ and ‘No 7 Viola Calcarata’, apricot and gilt decorated borders, impressed dates 51 and 52 and gilt factory marks, (8), diameter 27cm £100-£200 81. A Herend Fortuna Rust pattern urn shaped vase, together with a Chinese bouquet or Apponyi rust chocolate pot and cover, and an Indian basket rust pattern pickle dish together with a Vista Alegre rectangular box and cover, printed and painted factory marks, (4), first height 13cm £100-£150 82. A 1950s Poole pottery Free-form vase, shape 715 designed by Alfred Rhead, decorated in X/ PRP pattern with ellipse shapes on a mauve ground, printed and painted marks, together with a pair of pottery mugs airbrushed with sailing boats, (3), first height 25.5cm £50-£80

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83. A pair or Doulton Lambeth Slater Patent stoneware vases by Emily Partington c. 1891-1912, baluster shaped, decorated with tube lined pink and blue poppy motif over buff coloured band, bands of blue/ green glaze, marked Doulton Lambeth additionally Doulton & Slaters Patent, initialled EP, numbered 8719, (2), height approximately 21cm £200-£300

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84 84. A Doulton Lambeth stoneware vase decorated by George Tinworth the baluster shaped vase heavily decorated with relief moulded beading, seaweed and rosettes glazed in blue and green, with incised marks to base and side of vase initialled GT, height 30.5cm £200-£300 85. A pair of Doulton Lambeth stoneware vases by Hannah Barlow, c. 1880-91 sgraffito decorated with horses and donkeys grazing in a landscape, with band of blue and green scrolls, impressed marks and initials HB to base, one with additional mark ‘AB’, numbered 887, height approximately 30.5cm £500-£800

85 90. A late 19th century French Sèvres style ormolu mounted trinket box, a Meissen lidded trinket box and J.KW Carlsbad pot and cover first of rectangular form with hinged a domed cover, decorated with a gilt scroll framed panel painted with a river landscape, signed Lug, interlaced overglaze blue L mark with letter M, second of rectangular serpentine form, pink ground, the lid decorated with a gilt scroll framed reverse painted with a Watteauesque courting couple, underglaze blue cross swords mark, incised y. 81, (3), first length 14.7cm £70-£90

86. A Doulton Lambeth stoneware vase by Hannah Barlow of shouldered tapering form with sgraffito panel to the centre with standing horses in an open landscape, decorated to the top with beaded decoration and scroll pattern, with incised marks to base and initialled HB, height 29cm £300-£400 87. A Doulton Lambeth stoneware jug by Hannah Barlow sgraffito decorated with six running deer in an open landscape, with band of blue and green scrolls, and applied handle with beaded decoration, impressed marks and initials HB to base, height 17cm £150-£250 88. A Royal Doulton stoneware vase by Hannah Barlow the tapered vase with central sgraffito panel revealing grazing goats flanked by beaded borders and stylised leaves, incised marks to base and initials HB, height 25cm £200-£300 89. Details to follow at time of auction

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93. A late 19th century Meissen figure group of The Drunken Silenus after J.J Kandler c.1880 modelled as the drunken Silenus astride a donkey being supported by Bacchus standing alongside, on the floor a reclining maiden with a basket of grapes feeds the donkey and a putto plays with its tail, gilt scroll moulded naturalistic base, underglaze blue cross swords, marks incised 2794 and impressed 163, height 21cm, length 21cm £500-£700 94. A 19th century Meissen allegorical figure of Spring modelled as Persephone with a putto bearing a basket of flowers, on a square gilt and scroll moulded base, underglaze blue cross words mark, painted 53 in incised 674 impressed 53, height 27.5cm £300-£400 95. A large late 19th century Meissen porcelain figural sweetmeat basket modelled as a reclining gallant lying beside a floral encrusted oval twin handled basket painted with lose floral sprays, on scroll moulded base,incised 2863, underglaze blue cross swords mark, height 19.8cm, length 28cm £100-£150

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 96. A Dresden porcelain figural table centrepiece late 19th/ early 20th century, the pierced basket encrusted with flowers, supported on a figural base, impressed 379, overglaze blue crosswords style mark with the letter T, height 27cm £100-£150 97. A collection of Sitzendorf porcelain figures Sitzendorf figures: a pair of fruit pickers, a shepherd, a figure of a man holding a jug, and two seated figures with flower baskets, all with factory marks, (6), first height 22.5cm £80-£120 98. A pair of late 19th century Sitzendorf porcelain flower encrusted figural four light candelabra each modelled as a seated classical maiden embracing a putto supporting detachable, three scroll branches, on square shaped bases, underglaze blue mark, impressed 182, together with a similar continental flower encrusted figural tale centrepiece (3), height 47cm £100-£200 99. A collection of 19th century and later continental porcelain figures comprising a pair by Richard Eckert & Co., modelled as a gallant and companion on gilt scroll bases, underglaze blue factory mark, a Meissen style figure of Columbine seated playing the hurdy gurdy, underglaze blue pseudo cross swords marks, Samson figure of gentleman wearing a night cap and a dressing gown and another Meissen style figure of lady, (5), the former height 27cm £70-£90

101. A Staffordshire pearlware plaque commemorating John Wesley c.1800 of rectangular form printed in black with an oval portrait of Wesley reading from a book, titled ‘Reverend John Wesley, MA, Aged 87’, moulded black edge, height 21.2cm, width 16.7cm £100-£200 102-104. Details to follow at time of auction

105. A Herend porcelain model of an owl perched atop two books, marked to base ‘Herend, Hungary, Hand-painted’ and incised with number 50140- 2, additionally impressed ‘Herend’, height approximately 21cm £70-£90

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100. A Victorian silver mounted Doulton Lambeth salt glazed stoneware ale jug and beaker the silver mounts marked London, 1889 by Saunders & Shepherd, relief moulded with tavern and hunting scenes, impressed marks, (2), first height 17.5cm £40-£60

106. A Herend figure in the form of two ducks in blue scale pattern, marked to base ‘Herend, Hungary, Handpainted’ and incised with number, height approximately 7cm £60-£80

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112. An 18th century Dutch Delft pottery garlic neck bottle vase of hexagonal baluster form, decorated in underglaze blue with panels painted with flower and insects, height 27.5cm £70-£90

110. A mid 18th century English London Delft plate c.1740 decorated in underglaze blue with oriental style buildings, a tree and scrolling leaves, diameter 22.8cm £80-£120

113. A pair of mid 18th century English Delft plates c.1760 probably Bristol, decorated in underglaze blue with a chinoiserie landscape with a figure standing by a fence with a house and wisteria, the rim painted with landscape scenes, numbered verso 3 and 7, (2), diameter 23cm £100-£150 111. A near pair of mid 18th century English Delft chargers both decorated in underglaze blue with a Chinese style watery landscape with houses and trees, diaper border, (2), each approximate diameter 35cm £100-£200

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116. Three early 18th century English Delft plates c.1730 first probably Lambeth painted in underglaze blue with a stylised bird and trailing foliage, another, probably London painted with three flowers and leaves and a small dish painted with a flower and leaves, (3), first diameter 22.2cm £100-£200 114. A mid 18th century English Delft charger and a matching pair of plates c.1760 probably Liverpool, decorated in underglaze blue with a Chinoiseries garden scene with hollow rock, peony and bamboo, the rim painted with four floral sprays, the charger numbered 2 verso, (3), Charger diameter 36cm, diameter of plates 23.2cm £100-£150

115. A pair of late 18th century English Delft plates dated 1776 decorated in underglaze blue with a chinoiserie landscape with a peacock on an island with peony, rockwork and willow, painted initials S over R.C and the date 1776, the rim with three floral sprays, old collection number D8. HD. 175, (2), diameter 23cm £300-£400

117. Four mid 18th century English Delftware comprising, a pair, probably Bristol, c.1760 painted in underglaze blue with fenced garden, peony and other flowers, the rims with three sprays together with two other similarly decorated plates, (4), first diameter 22cm £80-£120

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118. Six mid 18th Century English Delft plates probably London, first decorated with a peacock, flowers and insects, second possibly Lambeth, painted underglaze blue with a Chinoiserie scene with a figure on an island with a willow c.1740, third an Abigail Griffith, Lambeth High Street Pottery plate, c.1770 decorated in blue and green with an oriental water landscape with houses and trees together with two other painted with chinoiserie jardinieres of flowers, and a small dish, (6), First diameter 21.7cm £100-£200 119. A small group of mid 18th century English Delftware comprising a charger, a footed bowl and a plate, variously decorated in underglaze blue, the plate with a central roundel and five sprigs, (3), charger diameter 34cm £80-£120 120. A collection of sixteen mostly 18th century Delft tiles three depicting biblical subjects, ‘David holding the head of Goliath’, ‘Paul escaping Damascus in a basket’, and ‘Jesus and The Samaritan Woman at the Well’, framed, together with river scenes, landscapes, six of animals in circles, river scenes, etc., (16), mostly approx. 13 x 13cm £150-£200

122. A mid 18th century English Delft flower brick c.1750 probably Bristol, of rectangular form with one large hole flanked by six smaller, decorated in underglaze blue with a garden fence and trailing flowers, height 9.1cm, length 14.8cm, depth 6cm £150-£200

123. A rare Derby moulded small blue and white cream boat c.1760-5 the body basket weave moulded with a panel of fruit and leaves to either side, the interior painted with a central floral spray, an insect and scattered leaves to the sides, trellis border to lip, moulded scroll handle, length 11.2cm £80-£120 124. Details to follow at time of auction 121

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 125. A Bitossi Ceramiche pottery model of a lion c. 1960s, Italian Rimini Blu blue glazed possibly designed by Aldo Londi, with sgraffio decoration, marked to underside ‘B.13/22, Italy’, together with a wall plaque of a lion, in the manner of Aldo Londi (2), height 22cm, length 22cm £80-£120

127. A Bitossi Ceramiche pottery ‘Gatto’ model of a cat c. 1960s, Italian, Rimini Blu blue green glazed designed by Aldo Londi (19112003), with sgraffio and impressed decoration, inscribed ‘4521 Italy’, length 38.25 x height 15cm x face width 14cm approximately For a similar example see ‘Alla Moda: Italian Ceramics of the 1950s-70s’, by Mark Hill. £150-£250 128. A Bitossi Ceramiche pottery lidded bowl in the form of a tortoise c. 1960s, Italian, Rimini Blu blue green glazed possibly designed by Aldo Londi (1911-2003), with sgraffio and impressed decoration, inscribed ‘5032 Italy’, approximate length 27cm, height 11cm £60-£80

129. A Bitossi Ceramiche pottery lidded bowl in the form of a bird c. 1960s, Italian, Rimini Blu blue green glazed, possibly designed by Aldo Londi (1911-2003), with impressed decoration, inscribed ‘2314 Italy’, length approximately 25.5cm, height 17cm £60-£80

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132. Two Bitossi Ceramiche pottery models, of a horses head and a horse both c. 1960s, Italian, Rimini Blu blue green glazed, designed by Aldo Londi (1911-2003), with impressed decoration, (2), the head height 25.5cm, the horse height 40cm £200-£300 133. A Bitossi Ceramiche pottery lamp in the form of a fish c. 1960s, Italian, Rimini Blu blue green glazed, possibly designed by Aldo Londi (1911-2003), with impressed decoration, unsigned, base height approximately 17cm £70-£100 135. A large Bitossi Ceramiche pottery footed bowl c. 1960s, Italian, Rimini Blu blue green glazed, possibly designed by Aldo Londi (1911-2003), with impressed decoration, together with a Bitossi candleholder, stamped to base ‘33/9, Italy’, (2), the bowl diameter 22.5cm, height 16.75cm approximately £60-£80 136. A Bitossi Ceramiche pottery charger and a cylindrical lamp base both c. 1960s, Italian, Rimini Blu blue green glazed, possibly designed by Aldo Londi (1911-2003), with impressed decoration, the lamp inscribed inside ‘L40/LL’, (2), the charger diameter 35.5cm, the lamp height 22.25cm approximately £70-£100

134. Two Bitossi Ceramiche pottery vases c. 1960s, Italian, Rimini Blu blue green glazed, both of rectangular form, possibly designed by Aldo Londi (1911-2003), with impressed decoration, one inscribed 727/18, both stamped ‘Italy’ one further stamped ‘727’, (2), the larger height 18.25cm, the smaller height 16cm approximately £60-£80

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138. A rare First Period Worcester apple green ground garniture of five vases c.1775 of shouldered tapering form, comprising one large and two smaller vases and covers and two vases with flared neck, decorated with larger gilt rococo c-scroll borders and framed reserves painted with brightly coloured ‘fancy’ birds in rural landscapes and small reserves with insects and birds in flight, on a apple green ground, unmarked, (8), largest height 25.8cm £2,000-£3,000 139. A mid 19th century Sèvres ormolu mounted pot pourri bowl and cover decorated with gilt scroll framed reserves, one painted with Watteauesque style courting couple signed indistinctly, the other a river landscape with a bridge, against a pale pink ground, pierced ormolu mount with twin scroll handles, on three bracket feet, the cover with a bud finial, printed chateau des Tuileries mark in red, 1846 circular blue Sèvres and Louis Philippe mark and SV40 mark in black, height 16cm, diameter 19cm £200-£300

140. An early Victorian Staffordshire dessert service c.1840 comprising twin handled comport, a pair of rectangular dishes and nine plates, blue border with brown scroll rim, painted pattern no. 2/27, impressed marks, (12), comport height 23cm, plate diameter 22.6cm £50-£80 141. An 18th century Derby porcelain figure group of Abelard and Heloise, c. 1770 modelled as a seated monk holding a book by a rock, a nun kneeling next to him, height 12.5cm, length 14.5cm £300-£400 142. A rare set of four Chelsea Red Anchor figures of the Rustic Seasons c.1756 each modelled standing on a circular bases applied with flowers and leaves, each bearing red anchor mark, Spring carrying a flower basket, Summer a wheatsheaf, Autumn as vintner carrying a fruiting grapevine and winter wearing a cloak and carrying a brazier, (4), height 14cm A full set of the Rustic Seasons is illustrated by F. Stoner Chelsea, Bow and Derby Porcelain Figures, 1955, pl. 10 £2,000-£3,000

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150. An early 19th century Staffordshire figure of a standing poodle, a pair of recumbent poodles and a Samson miniature spaniel first, on plinth base, second on gilt scroll bases, pseudo gold anchor mark, third pseudo gold anchor mark, (4), first height 10.7cm £50-£80 151. A First Period Worcester porcelain polychrome teapot stand decorated in the ‘Rich Queens’ pattern c.1770 fluted hexagonal form, decorated with alternate panels of prunus and deep blue panel decorated with a chrysanthemum mons and gilt foliage, underglaze blue square fret seal mark, diameter 15cm £100-£150 152. A pair of Piero Fornasetti ‘Cammei’ porcelain plates each decorated with a classical motif, with gilt surround, marked to the base ‘Cammei, Fornasetti - Milano, Made in Italy’, each numbered, 2 and 4, (2), diameter 21.5cm £80-£120

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 153. Four early 19th century blue and white printed meat serving plates including; two believed Ridgway one printed with Newnham Court, Oxfordshire scene, the other a country house scene; the two further plates, decorated with spotted deer in a chinoiserie style landscape; and cattle drovers on a bridge, impressed ‘81’, (4), the largest 54.4cm wide £100-£200 154. A Moorcroft ‘Kowhai’ pattern jug from the New Zealand Collection designed by Philip Gibson, 2005 with tube lined decoration, of tapering form, painted and impressed marks to base, unboxed, height approximately 24cm £80-£120 155. A Moorcroft ‘Tribute to Charles Rennie Mackintosh’ jug designed by Rachel Bishop, with tube lined decoration, of tapering form, painted and impressed marks to base, date ‘95, unboxed, height 24cm approximately £80-£120 156. A Moorcroft Prestige ‘Paramore’ vase designed by Rachel Bishop, 2002, of baluster form, with tube lined decoration, signed ‘Rachel J. Bishop’ to base, bearing Moorcroft stamps, unboxed, height approximately 53cm £500-£800

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157. A Moorcroft Prestige ‘Woodside Farm’ vase, by Anji Davenport produced 2012, dated 1999, of baluster form, with tube lined decoration, signed ‘Anji Davenport’, numbered 7, impressed marks to base, with original box and outer sleeve, height approximately 54cm £500-£800

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158. A Moorcroft ‘Wanderers Sky’ vase, designed by Emma Bossons 2002, of baluster form, tube lined decoration, impressed and painted marks to base, with original box and outer sleeve, height approximately 32cm

163. A 19th century Chinese famille rose novelty tea bowl with a central dome containing a surprise floating figure, the exterior decorated with an official with a child by a table with a vase of flowers, to his right an attendant with a tray, a jardiniere on stand, a stool and bats, gilt rim, height 6.2cm £70-£90

This vase is believed to be one of an edition of approximately 30. £200-£300 159. A Moorcroft for Liberty & Co. ‘Tudric Dream’ vase, designed by Rachel Bishop, 2005 of baluster form, painted tube lined decoration, limited edition number 39/50, decorated by Wendy Mason, double signed by Rachel Bishop and dated 19.5.05’ to base, further stamped ‘Made for Liberty’ bearing impressed Moorcroft marks, boxed and with outer sleeve, height approximately 22.25cm £200-£300

162. A Japanese Meiji Period Kutani vase and cover c.1900 of inverted baluster form, decorated with panels painted with peacocks and other birds amongst flowering branches, the domed cover with a seated Fo dog finial, signed, associated hardwood stand, height 38cm £100-£150

164. A matched pair Chinese export famille verte biscuit models of parrots 18th/19th century, perched on open rockwork bases, (2), height 23cm £80-£120

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167. A collection of mostly late 18th/ early 19th century Bristol blue glass to include a late 18th century spirit decanter and stopper c.1790 first of tapering club shape, decorated in gilt ‘Rum’ with a navette shaped label and fitted with a flat lozenge stopper together with a patch stand with a wrythen fluted shallow circular dish on a knopped stem and circular foot, sucrier with honeycomb moulded cover a wrythen knop finial, a pedestal sugar bowl, a wrythen boot-shaped stirrup cup, a jug with applied handle, a wrythen am mould blown dish with folded rim, a small jug, a clear wrythen glass cream jug with blue rim and two wrythen epergne trumpets, (qty), First height 33.5cm, plate diameter 26.5cm £150-£250

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168. A pair of mid 20th century Baccarat crystal spirit decanters and stoppers square with canted corners, lapidary cut stoppers, numbered, acid etched marks, (2), height 18.5cm £70-£90 169. A 1930s Swedish engraved crystal vase engraved with a reclining female nude in profile with flowing drapery in the style of Emil Weidlich, unsigned, height 17.8cm £50-£80 170. An 18th century glass tazza the circular galleried top raised on a hollow Silesian stem and domed folded spreading foot, height 17cm, diameter 22.6cm £100-£200 167

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173. A late Victorian part suite of diamond cut table glass comprising a pair of shaft and globe decanters and stoppers, a claret jug, a small jug, eight red, four white, six sherry, five port, one liqueur two water beakers and eight finger bowls, (qty), first height 19cm £80-£120 174-176. Details to follow at time of auction 171. A Regency cut glass pedestal water jug c.1800 probably Irish, of ovoid form with applied handle, having serrated rim and facet cut neck above a broad panel of diamonds, on a stepped circular lobed star cut foot, height 27.5cm £100-£150

177. A late 18th century engraved wine glass c.1790 and selection of 19th century rummers and other glass first having round funnel bowl engraved with flowers on a faceted stem and conical foot together with a petal moulded dwarf ale glass, a petal moulded bucket rummer, a tapering bucket rummer, an ogee shaped rummer, another rummer, a pair of Victorian slice cut pint tumblers, two jelly glasses, a two large Georgian style drawn trumpet shaped ale glasses on plain stems with air tear and a folded foot, (12), first height 16.7cm £80-£120 178. An early 19th century cut glass tazza, a Prussian shaped decanter and stopper and a Victorian fly trap first cut with a fan rim and a band of diamonds, on a domed foot, second with a step cut neck and slice cut shoulders, blaze cut at base and fitted with a radial cut mushroom stopper, (3), first height 9cm, diameter 24.5cm £50-£80

172. A large 19th century glass coin tankard of bell form with a thread spun rim and applied scroll handle, the stem with a hollow knop containing a silvered and drilled George II coin dated 1753, on a circular conical foot, height 25.5cm £80-£120 A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 9 6 .

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 179. A pair of Whitefriars Spanish cut tri-form decanters and stoppers designed by Harry Powell c.1910 and selection of 19th century and later decanters and other glass to include a Georgian triple ring mallet shaped decanter and stopper, a Regency cut glass spirit decanter and stopper, a pair of small Prussian shaped triple ring neck guest decanters, (lacking stoppers), both engraved J, a similar double ring decanter, a slice cut triple ring guest decanter and stopper c.1830, a rinser, a Victorian shaft and globe decanter and stopper with acid etched decoration and a pedestal bowl, (qty), first height 26cm £70-£90

182. Two Chinese blanc de chine figures of Budai both standing on a rock and laughing dressed in robes, one with his arms in the air, associated hardwood stands, (2), larger height 24.3cm £100-£150

180. A pair of 18th century style Jacobite engraved air twist wine glasses round funnel bowls engraved with six petalled roses, on thorny stem with two buds, an oak leaf and a star, on multi-spiral stem and a circular foot, (2) £70-£90

183. A Chinese crackle-glazed teapot in creamy-white glaze, the globular body decorated in relief with cherry blossom motif, twisted branch handle and knop, height approximately 11.5cm £50-£80 184. A Japanese ivory netsuke 19th century, in the form of a recumbent cat, together with a netsuke in the form of a scholar holding a crane, early 20th century, (2), cat length 5.5cm, the other height 4.25cm £100-£150

181. A pair of early 19th century Irish cut glass butter dishes, covers and stands c.1820 of octagonal design cut with diamonds, (2), height 13.5cm, length 19cm £200-£300

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185. Four Indian carvings of Hindu deities including; a sandalwood shrine carving of a goddess, possibly Lakshmi, together with an ivory carving of Ganesha and two ivory carvings of Krishna as a baby on a banya leaf, (4), sandalwood carving height approximately 11.5cm £100-£200

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186 186. A Japanese satsuma belt buckle the twin section gilt metal buckle finely typically decorated with butterflies and flowers, width 7cm £80-£120 187. A 19th century Chinese carved bamboo brushpot the exterior deeply carved in relief with a mountainous landscape in varying levels with scholars among pavilions, pine trees and rockwork, height 15.5cm £100-£150 188. Details to follow at time of auction

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190. A collection of four bronze figures of Hindu deities including; two figures of young Krishna holding a butter ball, one model crawling, the other standing, raised on base; together with a figure of a standing Krishna playing the flute (now lacking) and a figure of a seated Ganesha, (4), the tallest 14cm approximately £100-£150 191. A small early Chinese gilt-splashed bronze vase of squat baluster form with twin lion mask handles, on a circular foot, height 7cm, width approximately 5.5cm £200-£300 192. A Japanese Meiji period bronze vase bearing Nogawa factory mark decorated with five cranes in flight, in silvered metal, bearing character mark signature to body and Nogawa stamp to base, height 15cm approximately £100-£200 193. A Japanese Meiji period ivory shibayama napkin ring decorated with herons and partridge in a naturalistic landscape; together with a late 19th/ early 20th century ivory tusk brush pot on stand decorated with a figures, including one emerging from a vase, and a narrow bone vase, decorated with a figure of a monkey, (3), napkin ring width approximately 5cm £100-£200

189. A Japanese Meiji period bronze figure of a samurai standing wearing armour and holding a naginata in both hands, on a shaped base, height 63.5cm £100-£200

194. A collection of seven Japanese netsuke, together with a miniature bronze figure of hotei 19th to early 20th century, the netsuke of boxwood, bone and ivory, including; a monkey, a boy and scholar, a kneeling figure with basket, figure wearing a mask, seated figure with fan, standing figure with staff and a seated figure, (8), hotei figure 6cm £100-£150

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195. An late 19th/ early 20th century Chinese ivory figure group boy and a scholar under a pine tree, faint marks to base, height 9.75cm approximately £70-£90 196. Two Japanese okimono, late 19th/ early 20th century one carved in the form of a startled figure kneeling with a coiled snake, with character mark to base, the other in the form of a male figure resting on the back of a large feline, set with mother of pearl eyes, (2), the former height 8cm, the latter 7.5cm approximately £100-£200 197. A Japanese Meiji period bronze koro, modelled as Hotei the figure carrying a sac with removable lid, raised on elongated quatre foil shaped base, height approximately 25cm £150-£250

203. A Chinese boxwood carving of a Li Tieguai, one of eight Daoist immortals, c.1900 carved standing on one foot in flowing robes with a double gourd hanging from his belt, and holding a bat in his right hand a walking stick in his left, an attendant stand to his right holding a double gourd, on a naturalistic rock carved rosewood base, height 29.5cm £100-£200

198. A Chinese bronze figure of a Luohan 19th century, modelled wearing long flowing robes, on circular hardwood stand, height including stand 18cm £80-£120

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205. A 19th century Japanese tanto 11 inch fullered blade with undulating hamon, mounted with gold bordered spot hammered copper fuchi-kashira and mounts decorated in raised relief with spiders and insects with gold detail, the kozuka with a peach and a knife, shagreen grip handle, black lacquer scabbard decorated in gold with a frog, a snail a grasshopper, a lizard and other insects, overall length 41cm £400-£600 206. A set of eight Chinese embroidered silk roundels early 20th century,primarily in silk floss, each panel depicting an individual scenes of a pair female figures within a garden, variously playing musical instruments, tending to birds and flower arranging, with blue silk applied to reverse, (8), four with diameter approximately 27.5cm £100-£150 207. A Chinese jade carved pendant of a cicada pale celadon with black and russet veining, length 5.5cm £60-£80 208. A Chinese jade carving of a lion dog in recumbent pose, celadon, spinach with russet vein, length 7cm approximately £100-£200

209. A 19th century gilt metal mounted red banded agate rectangular trinket box of rectangular form with hinged lid,on agate ball feet, height 4.2cm, width 8cm, depth 4.8cm £60-£80 210. A novelty silver golf tee propelling pencil, a golf ball marker, an Edwardian silver cigarette case engraved with foliate design and a gold plated Dennison top wind half hunter pocket watch (4), first length 6.3cm, weighable silver 2.47ozt £70-£90

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 211. A Scottish George IV silver fiddle pattern toddy ladle, various propelling pencils, two pairs of silver dice and other items first Edinburgh, 1829 by Donald Fraser, together with a Yard O Led engine turned rolled gold propelling pencil a Cross gold filled ball-point pen, a Parker 17 propelling pencil, two Italian leather cased silver and red enamel pairs of dice, etc. (qty), weighable silver approx. 3.11ozt £60-£80 212. Details to follow at time of auction 213. An Edwardian silver cased folding brass pocket corkscrew and a Walter Bosse style African tribal head brass bottle opener first London, 1902 by Charles henry Dumenil, engraved with initials, (2), first length 8.8cm £70-£90

214. An early 20th century yellow gold mesh coin purse with spherical bead fringe, the frame stamped with continental mark and ‘585’, 13.1g £150-£200

215. A Victorian propelling pencil, Mosley of London gold cased, chased with leafy scroll decoration and the end inset with hardstone together with a gold coloured engine turned fountain pen missing nib and end (2), length of the former 11.5cm £150-£250

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216. Asprey & Co. A novelty lacquered brass and oxidised metal 12 bore shotgun cartridge butt marker the top marked Asprey 12, the rotating lift action top rising to eight numbered pegs, height 6.4cm £300-£400

217. A Cartier stainless steel cigarette lighter, an Alfred Dunhill engine turned silver cigarette holder, and Parker gold plated fountain and ball point pens first with brushed effect, numbered N10009, in fitted box with guarantee, second, London, 1977 by Alfred Dunhill & Sons, red plastic mouthpiece, (4), first height 7cm £50-£70 218. Two Cartier gas lighters and a pair of Schaeffer pens first silver and red enamel, marked 925, stamped Cartier Paris, numbered 80479T, second gold plated with engine turned decoration, stamped Cartier Paris, 96543V, together with a Schaeffer ball-point pen and a fountain pen with 14K gold nib, (4), first height 7cm £80-£120

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 219. A 9ct gold Alfred Dunhill cigarette holder and an Edwardian leather cased silver mounted amber cigarette holder first stamped 9.375, Birmingham, 1986 by Alfred Dunhill, of hexagonal design fitted with a red plastic mouthpiece, second Chester, 1902 by Ben Wade, (2), first length 9.7cm, total weight 8.5g £80-£120

225. A collection of dolls house accessories for the kitchen Victorian and later, including; two pewter goblets; pewter teapot, milk jug and sugar bowl, six pewter cups; pewter bowl; four pewter plates; six pewter side plates; pewter dish; napkin ring and napkin; water pitcher; kettle; cutlery tray; frying pan and trivet; iron and trivet (x2); dust pan and brush; coal scuttle and shovel; wooden rolling pin; two wooden vases; wooden cup; wooden pestle and mortar; wooden bowl; pen knife; ladders; and dolls house cutlery including: set of eleven spoons; two spoons; fork; four pewter forks; three pewter knives; two pewter spoons; shovel; cleaver and knife and fork, (qty) £100-£150

220. A collection of dolls house accessories 19th century and later, including: two fireplaces; over mantle mirror; chandelier; two vases of flowers; two pairs of bellows; two pairs of fire irons; clock under dome; heater; radio; plant; jug and bowl; Eiffel Tower; wind up clock; dressing table accessories; two figures; sink; desk stand; glassware including four carafes, two glasses and a jug; together with a small needle tin in the form of a trunk stamped to base ‘Wm Hall & Co., Studley’, with registration mark (qty), mirror height 8.75cm £100-£200

221. A collection of dolls house furniture 19th century and later including; turn over top table; six dining chairs; dining table; chiffonier; bureau bookcase; centre table; hall chair; wash stand; a pair of armchairs; chaise lounge; pole screen; footstool; cheval mirror; side table; dolls cot and linens, (qty) £200-£300 222-224. Details to follow at time of auction

226. An early 19th century embroidered silk picture, a 19th century continental painted porcelain cameo and a plaque first in the round, embroidered in black and gold coloured silk with a farmstead and figure climbing a ladder, gilt gesso frame, together with porcelain cameo painted with the Madonna and child, framed and a circular plaque painted with classical lovers in a Arcadian landscape, signed Siebel, gilt metal frame, (3), first diameter 13.4cm £50-£80 227. A Victorian set of six cased silver and guilloche enamel buttons the individual silver buttons painted white and with garland of roses, contained within a tooled leather case, diameter of button approx 0.6cm £80-£120 228. A pair of 19th century Chinese export carved ivory oval frames and other items the frames with pierced and foliate carved surrounds, on ball feet, fitted with suspension rings and easel strut supports, together with a bronze figure of standing boy, after Julius Schmidt Felling,(German, 1835-1925), signed, on marble plinth base, a Chinese ivory clams dream carving, the interior with figures and trees, a pair of Canton ivory napkin rings and another, a pair of gilt brass and ivory opera glasses, a treen leg foot pipe tamper, an ivory mounted spiral fluted treen needle case of tapering form, a mother of pearl and gilt brass mounted egg shaped sewing case, a cased Meerschaum pipe carved as a dog, an ambrotype portrait of a man and woman standing outside by railings, and a family portrait a/f, a rosewood handled knife in a leather case, a porcelain trinket pot, etc. (qty), first height 11cm £100-£150

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230. A Georgian gilt metal framed memorial locket c.1800 oval, painted in sepia on paper with a classical maiden and a putto holding a garland bedside a plinth two doves flying above, mounted on cream silk, verso a later portrait watercolour on ivory portrait of a woman, hinged glazed double locket with suspension loop, in a fitted period red grained leather case, locket 6.5 x 5.3cm £70-£90 231. An 18th century South Staffordshire Bilston enamel snuff box c.1770 the hinged cover painted with a courting couple in a landscape, the side with floral panels, raised gilt scroll borders against a pink ground with bianco-sopra-bianco decoration,gilt metal mount with raised scroll thumbpiece and inter hinged cover, interior painted with the motto ‘Vous Appas armes mes Bras’, height 2.9cm, width 5cm, depth 4.2cm £140-£180 232. Details to follow at time of auction

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION 234. A St. James’s (Charles Gouyn) porcelain gold mounted scent bottle and stopper c.1749-60 moulded as a putto pumping bellows at a furnace distilling perfume on the upper tier, to the reverse a putto keels grinding a pestle and mortar, gilt metal mount, the stopper in the form of a plume of flames, the foot painted with the motto ‘Mon Feu Durera Toujours’, gold mount with chain, height 9.2cm A similar example can be found in the Victoria & Albert Museum, London £600-£800

233. A St. James’s (Charles Gouyn) porcelain gold mounted scent snuff box / scent bottle and stopper circa 1749-60 modelled as harlequin standing holding a cup of wine standing next to a barrel with gold mounted thread fitting cover, his masked head forming the stopper, decorated with sprigs, sprays of flowers and cherries in colour enamel probably in the workshop of James Giles, concave base painted with a bouquet, chased gold mounts, height 9cm Fort a similar example see Christie’s Lot 197C, Centuries of Style: Silver, European Ceramics, Portrait Miniatures and Gold Boxes, 2009 £2,000-£3,000

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 236. A St. James’s (Charles Gouyn) porcelain gold mounted scent bottle and stopper c.1749-60 modelled as a lady playing the hurdy gurdy, decorated with sprigs and flowers in colours probably in the workshop of James Giles, concave base painted with a bouquet chased gold mounts with chain, height 8.5cm For a similar example see Sworders, Lot 31, The Autumn Country House Sale, 2016 £1,000-£2,000 237. A St. James’s (Charles Gouyn) porcelain scent bottle and stopper circa 1749-60 modelled with a clock dial framed with encrusted leaves and roses, supported by a scantily clad Venus, below Cupid points to the dial and a seated Dalmatian sits at their feet, the base painted with the motto ‘L’Heure Du Berger Fidelle’, encrusted rose stopper, gilt metal mounts, height 8.2cm

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 240. A Chelsea porcelain gold mounted scent bottle and stopper c.1760 moulded as a seated shepherdess seated beside a flower filled gourd shaped vase on a plinth, the stopper in the form of a bouquet of encrusted roses and leaves and painted with the motto ‘Gage D’Amour, concave base decorated in gilt with a floral spray, gold mount with chain, height 9.5cm A similar example can be found in the Gardiner Museum, Toronto, Canada £600-£800 241. A Chelsea porcelain scent bottle and stopper c.1755 modelled as two billing doves and encrusted with flowers, fitted with a rose encrusted stopper, the base decorated in gilt and painted with the motto ‘Lamitie Nous Unit’, gilt metal mount with chain, height 6.7cm A similar example can be found in the British Museum, London £600-£800

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 247. An Edwardian silver swing handled basket Chester, 1911 by Hamilton & Co., of circular pierced design, with beaded rim, on circular pierced foot, diameter 20cm, weight approx 8.63ozt £100-£150 248. A modern silver armada dish and a small selection of proof coins first London, 1993 by Mappin & Webb, of usual design with feature marks. together with a Spanish Carlos 1 1989 five silver coin proof set commemorating 500th Anniversary of the Discovery of America by Colombus, a cased 1977 silver jubilee proof crown and a Polish silver 1976 100 Zlotych, (qty), first diameter 14.7cm, total weight approx. 8.8ozt £80-£120

244. A cased set of four Victorian salts Sheffield, 1874 by Henry Wilkinson & Co., of flat bottomed cauldron form, on ball feet, engraved with foliate decoration and initialled B, gilt interiors, with four salt spoon, in a blue velvet lined fitted case retailed by Ollivant and Botsford Manchester, weight approx. 6ozt £100-£150

249. A mixed lot of silver to include an Art Deco sugar caster various dates, makers, comprising an Art Deco sugar caster, Sheffield, 1938 by Walker & Hall, of tapering design, a cased fiddle pattern christening fork and spoon set, a pair of silver ice tongs with claw grips, a four division toast rack, a plain oval mustard pot with blue glass liner, a pair of Victorian fiddle pattern salt spoons, an Art Deco serving spoon and a silver mounted glass oil and vinegar cruet. (qty), first height 15cm, weight approx. 17.31ozt £200-£300 250. A George V cased silver Dubarry pattern set of six cake forks and server and a oak cased set of twelve mother of pearl handled silver plated fruit knives and forks first Sheffield, 1933 by Mappin and Webb together with a Norwegian silver and blue enamel spoon stamped 925 Hestenes, etc., (qty), weighable silver approx. 6.5ozt £70-£90

245. A matched George V silver four piece cruet set in George I style all Birmingham, 1928/ 1931 by Adie Brothers/ Docker & Burn, of plain octagonal design, comprising a pair of pepper pots, and a pair of mustards with hinged domed covers fitted with blue glass liners, crested, (4), height of pepper pot 8.5cm, weight approx. 9.51ozt £100-£200 246. A George V silver sugar caster London, 1923 by S Blanckensee & Sons Ltd, of baluster fluted lower body with a moulded girdle, bayonet fitting pierced domed cover, on spreading circular foot, height 17.5cm, weight approx. 8.2ozt £80-£120

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251. A George V silver salver London, 1932 by Thomas Bradbury & Sons, square with cut off corners, raised border with moulded rim, on bracket feet, 25 x 25cm, weight approx. 23.4ozt £280-£350 252. A George VI small silver salver Sheffield, 1946 by Viners Ltd, of circular form with raised piecrust rim, raised on three scroll feet, diameter 20.5cm, weight approx. 9.61ozt £100-£150

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 257. A set of twelve modern silver asparagus eaters Sheffield, 1975 by Cooper Bothers & Sons, in a fitted Harrods case, (12), weight approx. 12.56ozt £200-£250

253. A large modern silver salver Sheffield, 1966 by C J Vander Ltd., of circular form with raised piecrust border and moulded rim, on four hoof feet, diameter 37cm, weight approx. 38.83ozt £500-£600 254. A modern silver slaver Birmingham, 1966 by J B Chatterley & sons Ltd, of circular from with piecrust border and gadrooned rim, on four scroll feet, diameter 26.5cm, weight approx. 16.84ozt £200-£250

255. A George V silver salver London, 1911 by Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Co., of circular form with raised piecrust border and gadrooned rim, raised on four ball and claw feet, diameter 31cm, weight approx. 24.7ozt £300-£350 256. An Edwardian silver tray London, 1905 by Williams Ltd, circular with raised border and wavy edged rim, diameter 25.5cm, weight approx. 16.46ozt £180-£220

258. A rare George III silver provincial tea caddy York, 1780 by John Hampston and John Prince, of oval from with flush hinged domed cover fitted with a cast flower and bud finial, engraved with a central vacant Adam style oval medallion surmounted by a tied ribbon and husk swags, bright cut engraved borders, fitted with a lock, original lead lining, height 12.7cm, width 12.8cm, depth 9cm, total weight approx. 12.33ozt £1,000-£2,000

259. A George III silver twin handled christening cup London, 1797 by Peter & Anne Bateman, of plain bell from with twin beaded scroll handles, on a circular foot, engraved ‘a HRN don de son Parrain HMQ & Marianne JdBD 1798’, height 7.5cm £100-£150

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263. A late Victorian silver sugar bowl, a George III style silver cream jug and a George III style sugar sifter the double lined sugar bowl, Chester, 1899, by George Nathan and Ridley Hayes, with repeating foliate decoration; the sugar sifter, London, 1930, marked VV; the cream jug Birmingham, 1960 (3), bowl width 8.75cm, height 6cm approximately, total weight approximately 13.28ozt £150-£250 264. A mixed collection of silver comprising: an Art Deco style three-piece cruet set, with blue glass liners; six silver napkin rings, three cased; two cased sets of six silver teaspoons; two cased teaspoons; two pairs of sugar tongs and a silver christening cup (qty), weight 14.5ozt approximately £150-£250 265. An early 20th century Polish .800 silver sugar box Krakow, makers mark A.B?, of compressed ovoid melon form, the hinged lid with knop finial, on four ball feet, presentation inscription dated 1938, height 10cm, weight approx. 8.52ozt £80-£120 266. A modern silver table cigarette box Birmingham, 1954 by Harman Brothers, rectangular, the hinged engine turned lid engraved with initials, on ogee bracket feet, bearing presentation inscription, cedar lined with divider, length 15.7cm £70-£90

262. A cased set of four American silver pierced bonbon dishes by Tiffany & Co. stamped Tiffany & Co. 137832 makers 1452, Sterling, London import marks for 1905 by Tiffany & Co., of oval lobed design, pierced sides and with beaded rims, on all feet, in a fitted case retailed by Jays, Oxford St, London, length 10.1cm, weight approx. 3.75ozt £80-£120

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267. A George V Art Deco silver table cigarette box and another silver cigarette box first Birmingham, 1932 by Alfred Deeley, of plain rectangular form, the engine turned hinged domed lid with central vacant Art deco reserve and reeded border, on ogee bracket feet, cedar lined, second, Birmingham, 1960, of plain rectangular design with engine turned hinged lid, initialled S, cedar lined, (2), first length 16cm £140-£180

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 268. A modern Georg Jensen Danish Sterllng silver grape goblet design 263A in Amethyst, the goblet bowl with hanging grape branches beneath inset with amethysts, supported by twisted stem, marked, “Denmark Sterling” and numbered ‘N11’ ‘925S’ and ‘263A’, further marks with original velvet lined ‘Georg Jensen Heritage’ box, height 17.5cm approximately, total weight approximately 12.19ozt 268 The signature Georg Jensen Grape design was first introduced in 1918. The ‘263A’ wine goblet was added to the collection in 1980, with a design based upon the Grape Candlestick. The goblet was made available in three versions; amethyst, ruby and plain. £700-£900

270. A pair of modern silver three light dwarf candelabra Sheffield, 1967 by E H Parkin Ltd, foliate scroll borders, fitted twin reeded scroll branches with drip pans, don shaped square weighted bases, (2), height 19.5cm, length arm to arm 27cm £200-£300

271. An early Victorian silver teapot Sheffield, 1861, Martin Hall & Co., of compressed baluster form engraved with a vacant oval cartouche and foliate scroll decoration, having a hinged a domed cover with a cast melon final, leaf capped scroll handle with ivory insulators, on a circular foot, handle to spout 27cm, weight approx. 22.24ozt £300-£500 272. A George V silver bachelors teapot Birmingham, 1912 by Joseph Gloster Ltd, of oval half fluted tapering design fitted with an angular ebonised handle and fluted knop finial, handle to spout 22.5cm, weight approx. 8.29ozt £100-£150

269. A modern Georg Jensen Danish Sterllng silver Poppy twin light candelabra design number 324, pomegranate pattern, with scroll and berry finial, post-1945 Georg Jensen mark, stamped “Denmark Sterling”, numbered ‘D11’ ‘925S’ and ‘324’, further marks with original velvet lined ‘Georg Jensen Heritage’ box, dimensions approximately height 23.5cm, width 24.5cm, total weight approximately 38.45ozt The Poppy is so called as the body is shaped as a capsule of the flower. The 324 candelabrum design was first introduced to the Georg Jensen range after the First World War. £800-£1,200

273. A George V silver hot water jug and a modern silver teapot both Sheffield, 1933 and 1960 respectively, by Viners Ltd, of oblong form with canted corners, raised on paw feet, fitted with composite handles and finials, hot water jug monogrammed. (2), First height 21.5cm, total weight approx. 37.79ozt £450-£550

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279. A set of six early Victorian silver fiddle pattern dessert spoons London, 1844 by Henry Holland, initialled, (6), length 17.5cm, weight approx. 8.86ozt £100-£150 280. George III and later silver Old English pattern tablespoons and teaspoons comprising a pair of George IV tablespoons, London, 1824 by Thomas Dicks, initialled, another tablespoon, London, 1810 by Mary & Elizabeth Sumner, initialled, a set of six George III teaspoons, no town mark but London, 1815 by William Bateman, initialled A etc., (10), first length 22.2cm, weight approx. 9.04ozt £100-£150

275. A set of six Austrian .800 silver fish knives and forks Vienna, c.1900, makers mark A.K., filled handles, engraved with initials, (12), length of knives 21cm, total weight approx. 21.35ozt £200-£300 281. A pair of Edwardian Asprey silver wishbone sugar tongs, and other silver first London, 1903 by Charles & George Asprey, stamped Asprey, together with a George III Old English Pattern sifter spoon, London, 1806 by Thomas Wallis II, initialled R, a later Victorian bright cut butter knife, an American Art Nouveau design butter knife, a later engraved George III dessert spoon, initialled, four George III Old English pattern teaspoons and a plated whip end salt spoon, (qty), first length 8.8cm, weight approx. 5.68ozt £70-£90

276. A set of six silver and enamel pastry forks, designed by Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co. marked Birmingham, 1928, each with stylised Art Nouveau handle, decorated with turquoise and green enamel (6), length approximately 13cm, total weight approximately 3.31ozt £200-£300

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282. George III and later silver spoons various dates, makers, comprising four Kings pattern teaspoons, London, 1821 by John Hawkins, four William IV fiddle and thread pattern teaspoons, mostly London, 1833 by James Wintle, initialled and two others matching five various fiddle pattern teaspoons, a fiddle pattern dessert spoon and a fiddle and thread pattern salt spoon, (qty), first length 14.5cm, weigth approx. 14.17ozt £150-£200

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283. Two silver Worshipful Company of Joiners and Ceilers crested rattail spoons and a selection of British, continental and white metal coffee and souvenir spoons various, makers dates, first one London, 1905 by Charles Boyton & Son, the other Birmingham, 1914 by Elkington & Co., together with a snuff spoon, a modern seal top spoon by Mappin & Webb, other spoons to include some with figural terminals and an American silver gilt and champleve enamel decoration coffee spoon, (qty), first length 17.2cm, weight approx. 15.13ozt £150-£200

284. A set of late 19th century continental Art Nouveau .800 silver fish knives and forks, servers and other matching flatware Austrian import marks, maker mark A.P, the blades and tine engraved with trailing Convolvulus, comprising a pair of fish servers, six fish knives and forks, five small fish knives with gilt blades all with filled handles and a tablespoon, (20), length of server 28.2cm £300-£400

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285. Seven George III and later silver caddy spoons comprising a fiddle pattern caddy spoon with fluted bowl, no town mark but Exeter, 1820 by William Woodman, initialled R, another with fluted bowl and foliate engraved decoration 1828 by John Bettridge, later engraved initials, an English shell pattern spoon, marks worn, a bright cut engraved caddy shovel, Birmingham, 1807, no makers mark, a leaf shaped caddy spoon, Birmingham, 1803, makers mark rubbed, a late Victorian bright cut caddy scoop, Birmingham, 1894 by A.J. Bailey and a French silver gilt leaf shaped caddy spoon with coiled handle, (7), First length 7.6cm, total weight approx. 2ozt £200-£300 286. A set of twelve Victorian silver bead pattern fish forks Birmingham, 1873 by John Gilbert & Co., each fork engraved with a different, filled handles, crested, in an associated mahogany (12), length 18.5cm, total weight approx. 16.44ozt £200-£250 287. A mixed lot of silver to include a Victorian silver and mother of pearl folding fruit knife, a pair of Indian Kutch silver napkin rings and an early 19th century cayenne pepper spoon first Sheffield, 1865 by Martin Hall & Co. with carved and shaped mother of pearl handle, second unmarked with foliate chased decoration, third, unmarked together with an Art Deco pickle fork, London, 1930 by Walter H Willson Ltd, of plain tapering design, a late Victorian mother of pearl handled pierced and foliate chased bread fork, Sheffield, 1897 by Sutherland & Roland and a silver mounted cut glass urn shaped pump action atomiser (7), weighable silver approx. 4.31ozt £100-£150 288. A mixed lot of Edwardian and later silver to include set of spoons, sugar tongs and other items various date and makers, comprising a christening fork and spoon, Sheffield, 1904 by Henry Hobson & Sons, a set of thirteen Dubarry pattern demitasse spoons, five Strasbourg pattern butter spreaders, five coffee spoons in a fitted Harrods case, another set of five coffee spoons, a pair of bright cut engraved sugar tongs and two to other pairs of tongs, a jam spoon, a sugar spoons, and two silver tea knives with filled handles, (qty), Total weight 19.4ozt £200-£300 289. A set of eight modern Old English pattern picture back coffee spoons and a set of six George VI Art Deco coffee spoons with mother of pearl terminals first Sheffield 1964/65/66, by C J Vander Ltd, in a fitted case, second Sheffield, 1940, by Francis Howard ltd., associated case, (2), first length 11cm, weight approx. 4.84ozt £50-£80

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 294. A collection of items to include two silver mounted crystal decanters, a electroplated champagne bucket and an Edwardian brass dinner gong first, London, 1930 by Mappin & Web, of tapering design attached a silver bottle ‘Whisky” bottle ticket, Sheffield, 1981 by Roberts and Belk, together with another silver mounted decanter, a silver mounted crystal sugar caster, Sheffield, 1936 by Copper Brothers, a plated champagne, a circular tray and an Edwardian brass dinner gong and striker, (7), first height 31cm £80-£120

290. A mixed lot of silver to include an Edwardian swing handled pedestal bonbon dish various dates and makers, first Birmingham, 1906 by A & J Zimmerman Ltd., a near pair of pierced and embossed bonbon dishes, a silver dish set with a Churchill Crown, engraved, a coin set ashtray, a napkin ring pierced with clover decoration, a George III fiddle pattern mustard spoon, a Victorian cased set of six plated napkin rings etc., (qty), first height with upright 10.5cm, total weight approx. 8.98ozt £100-£150 291. A modern cased silver four piece dressing table set and two cased silver mounted manicure sets first Birmingham, 1983 by W I Broadway & Co., embossed with scrolling foliage, birds and green man masks, comprising hand mirror, hairbrush, clothes brush, second an Edwardian nine piece manicure set, Chester 1905 by J & R Griffin, the mounts embossed wit winged cherub masks, (3), length of hand mirror 23.5cm £80-£120 292. An Edwardian small silver inkwell, a swizzle stick and other items first Birmingham, 1905 by Miller Brothers, of circular design with edge and hinged cover, weighted, second engine turned with gilt cockerel terminal, a plated chatelaine pencil and a plate meat skewer in the form of sword, first diameter 8.4cm £40-£60

295. A 9ct gold and onyx gentleman’s signet ring and small selection of silver and plated items the ring marked 9ct having a rectangular platform with applied stylised letter B, engraved to interior ‘to Barry with love Pat 1955’ together with a Mexican silver sombrero chased with flowers, a silver spill vase with weighted base, another a/f with inscription, a weight metal watch stand on weighted shell base and three plated miniature incense burners, (8), ring gross weight approx 5.2g, weighable silver approx. 3.12ozt £60-£80 296. A group of three filled elephants marked TEKFORM 925 silver, largest height 15cm £80-£120 297. A collection of six filled silver figurines each marked Tekfrom 925 silver, comprising four figure clown orchestra a two others, one of kittens playing on a gramophone, the other a cello, both signed Nigri, 6), largest height 13cm £70-£90 298. A Collection of fourteen filled silver figurines mostly marked 925 Tekform, comprising a figure of Botticellis Venus, a sleeping putto Birmingham, no date letter by BAO three owls perched on a branch, three songbirds perched on a branch, a seated pudai, a turtle, a hare on a tortoise,a vintage car, a scooter, an elephant on a ball, a toy horse etc., (14), first height 15.5cm £80-£120

293. A small collection of mostly silver items comprising a set of four small circular silver photograph frames, Sheffield, 1981 by Carr’s blue velvet strut backs, a pair of dwarf candlesticks on square weighted bases, Birmingham, 1932 by W J Myatt & Co., a late Victorian silver thimble by James Fenton, two other plated thimbles, two Edwardian 9ct gold stick pins, one garnet set the other with horseshoe and whip terminal, two other gilt metal stick pins, a small iridescent glass vase with trailed Britannia standard silver overlaid decoration and a plated candle snuffer with turned wood handle, (qty), gold weight approx. 1.5g £80-£120 299. A modern filled silver figure of an Alsatian Birmingham, 1996, by Mappin & Webb, naturalistically modelled, length 13.5cm £70-£90

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 300. A selection of silver to include a cream jug, and other silver and plated items first marks rubbed but Birmingham, 1906, of helmet from with wavy rim, together with six late 19th century American coffee spoons stamped Sterling Pat 1876, a pair of butter knives, a Modernist design sifter spoon with opal set terminal, a cased pair of Mappin & Webb plated nutcrackers, a pair of Boxed of Alessi stainless steel fish servers, etc.,(qty), silver weight approx. 4.66ozt £60-£80

301. A small collection of continental silver items beakers together with a silver magnifying glass and pocket watches comprising a French chainmail mesh purse with Art Nouveau design frame, a French beaker, bears makers mark ONLY V.B for V. Boivin, of tapering from engraved with flowers and bearing the name ‘Bernard’, interior gilt, a smaller Dutch beaker, a German .800 napkin ring embossed with grapes and engraved ‘Bertie’, the magnifying glass, Chester, 1913 by Grey & Co., initialled B.M., together with Swiss engine turned top wind silver half hunter pocket watch, an open faced pocket watch and a plated chainmail mesh evening bag, (qty), Weighable silver approx. 7.38ozt £100-£200 302. A Edwardian silver vesta case, two cigarette cases and five silver crowns first, Birmingham, 1905 by Henry Matthews, of plain square cushion form, gilt interior, fitted with a suspension ring, second of rectangular from with engine turned decoration, Chester, 1930 by E J Trevitt & Sons, gilt interior engraved with initials, together with a plain rectangular curved cigarette case, four George V 1935 crowns and a George VI 1937 crown, (8), weight of cases and vesta approx. 7.59ozt, coin weight approx. 5.54ozt £100-£150 303. A George V silver tea caddy, a George III silver caddy spoon and a modern silver pepper first Birmingham, 1910 by A & J Zimmerman Ltd, of plain canister form,form with pull off cover, second Birmingham, 1804 by Cocks & Bettridge, of shovel form, third, Birmingham, 1974 by J B Chatterley & Sons, of waisted capstan form with Celtic border, (3), first height 8.7cm, weighable silver approx. 3.74ozt £80-£120

304. A modern silver champagne coupe, an Art Deco sugar caster and a silver lidded turned wood pot first Birmingham, 1972, makers mark CSG & CO, ogee shaped bowl engraved with floral swags, the foot engraved, Caroline’, in a fitted box., second London, 1945, by Preece & Willscombe. of tapering design on a stepped circular foot, third London, 2000 by Maxwell, Aylwin & Co., the cover with a bee finial, (3), first height 115cm, weight approx. 9.25ozt £80-£120

305. A cased silver-gilt surprise ‘Jack and Jill’ egg, by Stuart Devlin marked London, 1977, the limited edition ‘Jack and Jill’ egg, numbered 37, within Boodle and Dunthorne fitted case, corresponding presentation box, original number card, receipt dated April 1977 and wooden stand, height approximately 7cm, total overall weight 4.6ozt £300-£400

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306. A late Victorian silver snuff box Birmingham, 1900 by Joseph Gloster, of rectangular form, bright cut decoration the hinged cover with a vacant shaped reserve, interior gilt, length 5cm, weight approx. 1.62ozt £80-£120 307. A George VI Art Deco twin handled sugar basin Birmingham, 1938 by Deakin & Francis, of circular design with a fluted girdle with twin loop handles, on flared foot, handle to handle 15cm, weight approx. 7.76ozt £80-£120 308. A George III brandy warmer London, 1772 by Francis Crump, of plain tapering circular from, on a circular foot, crested and initialled, (handle removed), height 7cm, diameter 10cm, weight approx. 7.19ozt £80-£120

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 313. A collection of Edwardian and later silver to include a trinket box, two pocketwatches, a photograph frame and other items comprising trinket box of plain oblong serpentine bellied form, Birmingham, 1903 by Henry Matthews, initialled, together with a Royal University of Ireland silver gilt prize medal, dated 1899 in a fitted case, an engine turned circular photograph frame with strut support, a cigarette case, a silver bladed folding fruiting knife with mother of pearl handle, two sovereign cases, one engraved with a thistle and the motto ‘Dinna Forget’, an open faced keyless pocketwatch the movement signed Sir John Bennett, Cheapside, the other unsigned, a pencil holder, a page marker and six silver fobs, (qty), first length 11.2cm, weighable silver approx. 10.38ozt £140-£180 314. An Edwardian Art Nouveau silver embossed dressing table tray and a late Victorian cased manicure set first London, 1907 by Robert Pringle & Sons, of oval lobed form embossed with a foliate scroll framed cartouche engraved with initials to centre, the raised rim asymmetrically embossed with a poppy and foliate scrolls, second, Birmingham, 1900 by Adie & Lovekin, contents to include a toothbrush and a rouge pot, (2), weight approx. 6.83ozt £80-£120

317. A late 19th century Persian Isfahan silver vase Persian marks, of shouldered tapering from, chased with arabesque shaped panels containing scrolling foliage among birds and flowers, height 17.5cm, weight approx. 20.47ozt £200-£300

315. A Chinese export silver novelty pagoda pepper pot and a miniature silver shoe c.1900 first marked KMS for Kwong Man Shing, on a stepped hexagonal base, screw-fitting cap, second marked WH 90 for Wang Hing, 92, first height 9.4cm, second length 3.8cm, total weight approx. 1.92ozt £70-£90

316. A Chinese export silver bowl c.1900 marked for Woshing, Shanghai, of circular form with petal lobed rim, the petals alternately engraved with hawk perched on a flowering prunus branch, blossoming chrysanthemum, a hawk in flight and bamboo branches, on a circular foot, height 9cm, diameter 17.5cm, weight approx. 13ozt £200-£300

318. A late 19th century Persian Isfahan silver vase Persian marks, of lobed tapering waisted form, chased with birds, flowers and trailing foliage, foliate rim, height 18cm, weight approx. 12.03ozt £180-£220

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 323. An early 20th century oak cased twelve setting canteen of Old English pattern EPNS flatware comprising twelve diner fork, twelve dessert knives, twelve desert spoons, twelve teaspoons, table spoons, six egg spoons, pair sauce ladles, pair of salt spoons, a butter knife, a soup ladle, a pair of sugar tongs, a mustard spoon and twelve ivorine handled dinner and table knives and five piece carving set, the case lined in blue baize with two lift out tray and brass carrying handles, bearing engraved presentation brass shield escutcheon dated 1925 £100-£150 324. An early 19th century Old Sheffield plate twin handled tray c. 1830, a large late Victorian electroplated and another tray first foliate cast rim and handles, engraved with foliate scrolls to centre, on palmette and scroll bracket feet, (3), first handle to handle 56.2cm £80-£120 319. A Japanese Meiji Period silver four piece silver tea service in a fitted case c.1900 Japanese character mark only, of globular design finely chased with chrysanthemums and foliage against a finely planished ground, comprising a swing handled tea pot and cover, a twin handled sugar bowl and cover, a double walled milk jug and a pair of sugar tongs, in original fitted velvet lined wooden case, teapot handle to spout. weight approx. 30.19ozt £800-£1,200

325. A late Victorian silver half hunter ‘The Field Watch’ keyless pocket watch by J.W. Benson, a silver vesta case, a Masonic jewel and two fobs first, case marked for London, 1900, circular white enamel dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds dial, signed J.W. Benson the movement signed and numbered 827542, together with a plain rectangular vesta case suspended on chain with a fixing pin, a cased Masonic keystone jewel, an Army Temperance Association India medal a Cricket Insurance League fob enamelled with city of London crest, (5), various £70-£90

320. A pair of early 20th century Chinese export silver spill vases and a prize goblet first marked HC for Hung Chong, Chinese character mark, of shaped ovoid tapering form decorated in with vertical panel of textured rockwork and raised relief with flowering prunus, on branch stems and circular domed feet, mounted on circular rosewood plinths bases, second, marked WHSU? engraved with a presentation inscription Walter Police Billiard Handicap, Hong Kong, 1911, 1st prize’, (3), first height 18cm, weighable silver approx. 5.75ozt £80-£120 321. An early 20th century cased set of six ice cream plates and six ribbon and thread pattern electroplates ice cream spades the continental cobalt blue plates each decorated in raised white enamel with a different lace style design £80-£120 322. An Art Deco Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Regent Plate cocktail shaker and an unusual electroplated Barker Brothers patented The “Hygenia” teapot together some silver items first engraved with a Scotch thistle and initialled S, second of oval design with a lift out strainer, Patent No. 257541 together with silver baby’s feeder and pusher, a pair of engine turned napkin rings, initialled a silver mounted cut glass scent bottle and stopper, a pair of plated Albany pattern fish servers, etc., (qty), weight approx. 2.93ozt £50-£80

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326. A Continental 18K full hunter repeater pocket watch numbered on the dust cover 3572, the enamel dial with Arabic numerals, blued hands, subsidiary dial, winding crown and repeater button, width of case 5.5cm £700-£900

327. A late Victorian 18ct gold full hunter top wind pocket watch by Dent London assay marks, 1900, the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals, minute track, subsidiary seconds dial and blue steel moon hands, signed Dent 33 Cockspur St, London, 32165, the movement with compensated balance, signed Dent Watchmaker to the Queen, 33 Cockspur Street, London, plain case with enamelled chapter ring to front and engraved initials verso, case back numbered 32165, dial 45mm, case diameter 52mm, gross weight 113.9g £600-£800 328. A Continental 18K gold half hunter pocket watch the enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary dial (missing hands), the dust cover engraved examined by Dent, the reverse with engraved initials, diameter of dial 5cm £350-£450

329. A Continental 14K gold half hunter pocket watch the enamel dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary dial, chapter ring with Roman numerals, diameter of dial 4.8cm £250-£350 330. A Continental ladies 18K gold and enamel half hunter fob watch marked on the interior case 18K, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary dial, with pink enamel chapter ring and blued Roman numerals, with chased initials to reverse, together with another 18K fob watch (2), diameter of case of former approximately 3.4cm £300-£400

331. A Continental ladies half hunter pocket watch on a 9ct chain and another ladies fob watch the first marked 14K to interior, with enamel dial and Roman numerals, the Chapter ring with Roman numerals and surrounded with chased decoration with block 9ct chain, together with a 9ct ladies fob watch with centre decoration (2), total weight of the first 35g £150-£250

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 334. A 1940s steel Rolex Oyster bracelet wristwatch the champagne dial with Arabic and baton numerals with outer minute divisions, centre seconds, stamped on the reverse of the case and the bracelet 351, with oyster winding crown, with steel deployment bracelet, diameter of case 3.2cm £600-£800

332. A 9ct gold Albert chain fiagaro with another fob marked on T bar and each link, with a swivel blood stone fob in chased swivel mount, together with carnelian mounted fob in gilt metal mount (2), total approx weight of the former 35g, length of the former 38cm £300-£400 333. Three silver pocketwatches, a gold plated Waltham keyless open faced pocketwatch and two silver watch chains to include a Victorian half hunter fusee open faced pocketwatch, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and minute track and subsidiary dial, signed French Royal Exchange London, 22504, the movement with compensated alance, also signed French and numbered and a Victorian silver fancy link watch chain with Masonic fob, stamped sterling (6) £70-£90

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335. A Cartier stainless steel calendar bracelet watch the Santos model case number 7530183CD, quartz movement, white dial with Roman numerals, calendar aperture at 6 o’clock, brushed bezel set with screws, sapphire set winding crown, each link set with two screw heads, case and dial signed, deployant bracelet signed Cartier, in tooled Cartier red case and white outer card case, diameter of case 3cm £700-£800 336. A Gentleman’s IWC pilots automatic wristwatch with black dial, Arabic numerals, luminous hands and quarter luminous markers and triangle, date aperture and minute hand, stainless steel bracelet, contained in associated IWC case, width of dial 3.2cm £500-£700 337. A gentleman’s 9ct gold automatic wristwatch the champagne coloured dial with gilt Arabic numerals and hands, with leather strap, diameter of dial approx 3cm £100-£150

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 338. A Gentleman’s 9ct gold Zenith wristwatch the silvered dial with baton and Arabic numerals and subsidiary dial, with hallmarked 9ct gold twelve bar bracelet, total weight 52.8g £400-£600 339. A mid century stainless steel Tudor Oyster wristwatch with engine turned dial with raised Arabic and baton numerals, screw down crown, expandable bracelet, diameter of dial 3cm £80-£120 340. A Gentleman’s stainless steel cased Longines rectangular wristwatch c.1940 and a 1930s . 800 silver cased tonneau shaped wristwatch the first silvered dial with black Roman numerals, outer minute track and subsidiary seconds dial, signed Longines, 17 jewels manual wind movement signed Longines and numbered 5791336, the case marked Staybrite and numbered 2042720, associated expandable bracelet, second, German marks, silvered dial with luminous Arabic numerals and hands, subsidiary seconds dial, associated articulated metal bracelet, (2), first case 36mm, 26mm £80-£120 341. An Omega 9ct gold ladies wristwatch the square gold coloured dial with silvered baton numerals, Omega integral bracelet with bark effect, marked to clasp Birmingham, 1972, 375 and 9, ‘WHW Ld’, total length 17.5cm, total weight with movement 21.48g £150-£250 342. Two 9ct yellow gold lady’s watches the shaped oval stepped bezel with movement signed ‘Chalet’ to the rolled gold link strap; together with shaped circular bezel signed ‘Dennison’, Birmingham hallmark, combined gross weight excluding movements 13.3grammes £80-£120 343. A ladies Omega white gold cocktail watch the circular dial with baton numerals with bright cut bezel, with engine turned strap, marked on the clasp 375, weight approximately 15.5g, width of dial 1 3/4cm £200-£300

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344. Two diamond-set cocktail watches both with single-cut diamond-set bezels, the engraved cases stamped ‘PLATINUM’, one with articulated tapering baguette diamond lugs, 19.5g (includes non-platinum straps but excludes movements) £300-£400 345. A ladies stainless steel wrist watch by Raymond Weil the signed rectangular mother of pearl dial with markers and Roman numerals to the brick link strap bracelet and deployant clasp, the reverse numbered 5875, 50.0g £100-£150

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 348. Three items of coral jewellery comprising a coral roundel bead necklace to the faceted rectangular cylindrical clasp; a Victorian yellow gold swirl brooch with a central coral sphere; and a pair of oval coral cabochon and openwork beadwork surround ear pendants with later screw fittings, brooch diameter 3.7cms; ear pendants overall length 1.6cms excluding fittings; necklace length 46cms £100-£150 349. A collection of amber, bakelite and hardstone necklaces including a stylish Art Deco bakelite bead necklace, butterscotch amber necklace, turquoise, malachite, garnet and other necklaces (7), varied £100-£150

346. An attractive Continental .750 Egyptian style articulated fringe necklace the necklace of substantial construction the polished gold fringe sections having a narrow row of bright cut links, stamped .750 for 18ct gold to reverse of push clasp fastening, approx. 60g, approx. 45 x 3cm £1,200-£1,600

350. A Continental graduated textured fancy link necklace marked on the clasp 375, with push fastening, weight 28g, length 43.5cm £300-£350

347. A good collection of Victorian Bohemian garnet set jewellery comprising a full star garnet cluster graduated necklace with removable pendant drop, mount tests gold, a Victorian two row garnet hinged bangle, a 9ct mounted garnet ring, two small cluster drop earrings (not identical), mounts stamped 9ct and a garnet set clover brooch, gilt mount (5) £300-£500

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351. A Continental fancy bow tie gem set necklace the articulated necklace marked on the clasp 18 750, with bow tie detail surmounted with gems, weight approx 14.5g, total length 23cm £300-£400

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 352. A Continental fancy link necklace marked 375, length 39cm, weight approx 16g £150-£200 353. A Continental gold flat link necklace with flower pendant marked on the clasp 375, together with a matching flat link bracelet also marked 375 (2), total weight 25g £250-£350 354. Two Continental figaro chains the former chain marked 9K and the second finer chain marked 9K Italy (2), total weight 15g £150-£200 355. Three fancy link chain necklaces and three fancy link bracelets some hallmarked for 9ct yellow gold, one bracelet stamped ‘585’ suspending three European coins; together with a ring mount, combined gross weight 32.8g £250-£350 356. A Continental belcher chain necklace stamped 375 on the clasp, length 22cm, weight 13.5g £100-£200 357. A collection of various Continental gold chains mostly marked 375, one with zodiac pendant, total weight approx 23.5g £200-£300 358. A contemporary 18ct carat gold Arabic script necklace the centre section suspended by fine chains to either sides, approx. 6.15g £80-£120

361. A gold ‘Vizantija’ diamond set necklace by Cartier the fine chain signed Cartier 750 with detachable Latin cross pendant signed on the reverse Cartier, numbered 2332 and marked 750, each of the cardinal points with square step-cut diamonds the central with stepped cut diamond surrounded by pear shaped diamonds, mounted in 18ct yellow gold,in tooled red leather case, length of cross pendant 3cm, length of chain 21cm £900-£1,000 362. A diamond-set and 18ct yellow gold ‘Love Knot’ bracelet by Cartier the double curb link bracelet with two tapering openwork sections set with brilliant-cut diamonds, the clasp signed ‘Cartier’, numbered RO8204, London hallmark and ‘750’, with maker’s red and cream pouchette signed ‘Cartier’ and internal pillow, 16.1g, length 17cm £1,000-£1,500

359. A Continental figaro necklace the yellow gold chain marked 375, length 19cm, weight 27g £250-£300 360. A two row cultured pearl necklace the pearls measuring 7mm in diameter to the four stone amethyst and half pearl cluster clasp stamped ‘9ct’, 54.4g, minimum length 47cms £200-£300

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367. A Continental three coloured gold bracelet the flexible patterned and textured bracelet marked on the clasp 750, with push clasp, fastening and safety chain, total weight approximately 19g £400-£500

363. A diamond-set and 18ct yellow gold ‘Love Knot’ necklace by Cartier the double curb link necklace with a bar and tapering openwork front and side sections set with brilliantcut diamonds, the clasp signed ‘Cartier’, numbered 659169, French gold control mark and maker’s lozenge, Convention hallmark and ‘750’, with maker’s red and cream pouchette signed ‘Cartier’ and insert, 38.2g, 40cm £3,000-£5,000 364. A diamond pendant with chain necklace the brilliant-cut diamond claw-set to the hallmarked platinum setting and loop; together with a 18ct white gold box link chain necklace, pendant 1.2g, chain 3.4g £200-£300 365. A stylised diamond-set bow pendant set with brilliant-cut diamonds, and suspended from an 18ct white gold box link chain, combined gross weight 5.7g £250-£350

366. A Continental heavy gold fancy link bracelet the bar and rope twist bracelet marked .375, weight 36g £400-£600

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368. A Continental yellow gold fancy double link bracelet the flat link bracelet marked on the clasp 750, with safety chain, weight approx 42g £800-£1,000

369. A Continental 9ct gold textured bracelet with slide action clasp and marked 375 9, weight approx 31g, length 7.5cm, width 1.8cm £350-£450

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370. A Continental gold textured curb link bracelet stamped on the clasp 375, with push clasp fastening, total weight approximately 20g, length 19g £200-£300

371. A collection of early 20th century sapphire jewellery comprising matching blue and white sapphire cluster ring, pendant on chain and earrings, together with a blue and white sapphire, graduated sapphire bracelet, yellow metal mounts test for gold for all items (4), ring size O, approx. ring cluster size 14.7 x 13mm £400-£600

373. A 9ct yellow gold charm bracelet marked on the suspension ring 9ct, with a number of charms predominantly 9ct including a bucket, bus, church with couple marrying inside, limousine etc. together with four additional fobs, weight of charm bracelet £550-£650 374. A 9ct gold charm bracelet marked on the curb links 9c, with a variety of charms including bird in a cage, cockerel, luggage, rings etc, total weight 56g £500-£600

375. A 9ct charm bracelet with large assortment of predominantly 9ct charms including Father Christmas, cat, wheel, sphinx, penguin etc. tests gold, total weight approx 67g £600-£700 376. A 9ct charm bracelet the curb link bracelet with a number of charms including bellows, scissors, penguin, teddy bear and rabbit, total weight 40g £350-£400

372. A Continental fancy link gem set bracelet of feathered design with central flower inset with three rubies, marked 750 on the clasp, weight approx 18g £400-£500

377. A Continental curb link bracelet the hollow bracelet stamped 750 on the clasp with alternating textured links, with safety chain, weight 20g £400-£500

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 383. An Edwardian two coloured mesh bracelet with safety chain, 13.0g, length 17.0cms £200-£300

378. A three coloured gold textured bracelet with pierced brick pattern, stamped 9ct on the clasp, weight 31.2g approx length 8cm, width 1.5cm £320-£380 379. A Continental seven bar gate bracelet marked on the reverse of the clasp 15, length 9cm, weight approximately 20.5g £300-£400 380. A Continental three coloured gold panel bracelet marked on the clasp 9kt, with alternating panels and push clasp, length 18cm, weight approx 19.5g £200-£300

384. A 9ct articulated bracelet marked 375 to clasp, the textured panels with flat curb links to both edges, invisible clasp fastening, width 1.8cm, length 8cm, weight approx 27g £300-£400 385. Two Continental fancy link chains the first scroll link bracelet with control marks and marked for 750, the second flat bar and scroll link necklace marked 750 on the clasp, total weight approximately 30g, length of the former 18cm £600-£700

381. A French yellow gold mesh link bracelet with two claw-set rectangular cut-cornered emeralds applied to the centre, French control marks and maker’s lozenge applied to the clasp, 14.5g, length 17.5cm £400-£600 382. An Edwardian 15ct two coloured gold double curb link bracelet the clasp tongue stamped ‘15ct’, length 20.5cms, suspending a blue enamel and seed pearl (one deficient) flowerhead cluster charm, combined weight 30.0g £550-£650

386. A two coloured 9ct gold snaffle bit bracelet hallmarked 9ct, with safety chain, total weight approx 64.9g £800-£1,000 387. A French hinged stiff bangle of double bar design, with French control marks, missing safety chain, weight 10g £200-£400

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 392. A 9ct double link chain necklace with rope twist and plain links, marked .375, 21g, length 30cm £200-£300 388. An early 20th century yellow gold and half pearl mesh leontine chain with swivel suspending an engraved square fob with applied spherical border, one link stamped ‘585’, length 13cms, 7.2g £100-£200

393. A 9ct gold figaro chain hallmarked, with flat links, length approx 33cm, weight approx 25.5g £250-£300 394. A graduated curb link fob chain marked on the clasp 9ct, weight 18g £200-£300 395. A Italian fancy link necklace the long block link chain marked on the clasp 375, weight approximately 42g £400-£500

389. A Victorian gem-set and two coloured gold hinged bangle of rope twist design, the top section centrally-set with a ruby collet and with pearl terminals, weight 8.8g, diameter 5.9cm £250-£350

396. A graduated Continental multi link necklace marked on the clasps 375 and 9, weight 13.5g, length 22cm £100-£200 397. A Continental flat link necklace marked on the clasp 375, length of necklace 19cm, weight approx 18g £200-£250

390. A two coloured and diamond-set hinged bangle the top section composed of three rows of triangular motifs, each apex set with a brilliant-cut diamond, the clasp stamped ‘750 18K’, 28.9g, inner diameter 5.3g £600-£800 398. A 9ct gold Albert chain with half sovereign the links marked 375, with half sovereign fob in 9ct mount, total weight approx 54.5g, total length 36cm £600-£800

391. A mid Victorian fancy link chain hallmark to clasp worn, with chased spheres, length 22cm, weight 16g £300-£400

399. A 9ct gold Albert chain with citrine fob marked on every link 375 9 with faceted swivel citrine fob/ pendant in chased mount, total weight 56.3g, length of chain with fob 37cm £500-£650

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 403. A collection of Victorian and later brooches including a Chinese carved ivory figural brooch in Victorian scroll frame, a silver and malachite brooch, a citrine and marcasite ribbon brooch, tests silver, a large rose quartz set foliate scroll brooch, tests silver, a Victorian banded agate brooch, a turquoise and chalcedony brooch, a small river pearl set scallop brooch, a contemporary Komai brooch and pendant on chain and a banded agate stick pin in leather box. (10), ivory brooch approx. 4.5cm, diameter £250-£350

400. A 9ct yellow gold fox brooch with set ruby eyes and snarling expression exposing teeth, stamped on the reverse A & W and 9ct and on the pin 9ct, weight 9g £250-£300

404. A Chinese carved nacre oval brooch the oval carving depicting a village scene with scholars, the yellow metal brooch mount testing for gold, approx. 4.5 x 3.7 £100-£150

401. A Victorian 18ct yellow gold prospector’s brooch of mining interest, designed as a shovel engraved ‘South Africa’ and applied with a gold nugget, a pick applied with a nugget, a large nugget attached to the centre with a rope and suspending an associated bucket, the reverse stamped ‘18ct’, weighing 7.2grammes, overall length 6cms £120-£180

402. An Edwardian pearl and diamond-set bar brooch the central pearl (untested) measuring 5.7mm x 5.7mm to the tapering bar set with a single-cut and old-cut diamonds, weighing 2.0g, length 5.1cm £100-£150

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405. A mid Victorian citrine and yellow gold brooch together with a pair of ear pendants the bar brooch centrally-set with an oval citrine collet and ovoid citrine collet terminals, all with applied ropetwist decoration and separated by an applied spherical bead, the reverse stamped ‘9C’ and maker’s initials; together with a pair of oval mixed-cut citrine ear pendants with screw fitting stamped ‘9ct’, combined gross weight 5.0g; brooch length 4.5cm £80-£100 406. A Mikimoto cultured pearl and sterling silver brooch of scroll design with makers initials to the reverse, the second larger brooch of Modernist style with Japanese marks to the reverse and cultured pearls set onto winter leaf design (2), the former width 4.2cm £60-£100

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407. Three late Victorian/early 20th century yellow gold brooches the first centrally collet-set citrine within a hollow openwork quatrelobed scrolling surround; the second openwork cluster set with cultured and half pearls; the third of lobed kite openwork design with seed pearl detail to the three floral sprays, combined gross weight 18.4g £180-£220

410. An 18th century diamond-set brooch set with rose-cut and old-cut diamonds, closed back silver setting, 7.0g, width 4.0cm £150-£250

408. A Bernard Instone silver and enamel flower brooch and earclips the former of three overlapping four petal iridescent flowers with yellow centre and pin safety chain, with a pair of yellow silver and enamel Instone earclips, the brooch stamped Sterling Silver (2), length of the former 4.5cm £60-£80

411. A mid/late 19th century diamond-set openwork crescent brooch set with an old brilliant-cut diamond to the centre, and throughout with rose-cut and flat-cut diamonds (one deficient), silver and yellow gold setting, detachable pin with French control mark for gold, 7.0g, maximum width 3.2cm £300-£500

409. An amusing mid 20th century 18ct gold fox cub brooch London 1969, realistically modelled and set with a turquoise and tiny sapphire eyes, marked for 18ct gold, maker B R Ltd ?, approx. 22.5g, approx. 5 x 3cm £400-£600

412. A Victorian pink tourmaline, pearl and 15ct yellow gold brooch the central shaped rectangular pink tourmaline to the arched openwork half pearl surround and with pearl terminals to the spokes, the reverse stamped ‘15ct’, with safety chain, 6.0g, width 2.8cm £500-£700

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413. A delicate Edwardian articulated diamond cluster bracelet the centre comprised of graduating clusters enclosed in square mounts, push clasp fastening, white metal mount and bracelet tests for white gold, approx 15.5cm, 8mm widest point approx £600-£800

417. An Art Deco diamond-set brooch the oval plaque centrally-set with three brilliant-cut diamonds to the open work diamond-set platinum surround, 10.3g, length 4.1cm, 10.3g, length 4.1cm £800-£1,000

414. A late 19th/early 20th century diamond and pearl necklace set throughout with old brilliant-cut diamonds, the front composed of a flowerhead cluster with bouton pearl centre and suspending an oval pearl pendant to the graduated knife edge swags, the knife edge back chain set with alternate pearl and diamond collets to the diamond-set box clasp, mounted in silver and yellow gold, 21.8g, necklace length 40cms £1,000-£1,200 415. A mid 20th century Continental sapphire and diamond set cocktail brooch formed as a central sapphire and diamond floral spay within a diamond set ribbon scroll, mount marked for 18ct white gold, approx. 4.2 x 3.8cm, approx. 10.4g £350-£450 416. An Art Deco sapphire and diamond-set brooch of openwork circle design, alternately-set with four calibrécut sapphires and five single-cut diamonds, weight 3.8g, 2.5cm, diameter £200-£300

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418. An Edwardian gem-set and pearl brooch of openwork scrolling and foliate design, an old brilliantcut diamond collet to the centre with a pearl to either side to the calibré-cut sapphire and old-cut diamond surround, 5.3g, length 3.8cm £250-£350

419. A diamond-set and pearl bar brooch the line of six graduated old brilliant-cut diamond collets each separated by a pearl (untested), 4.4g, length 4.7cm £700-£900

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 420. An Edwardian aquamarine and pearl set brooch the central stone millegrain set within four small pearls and within a scroll bar brooch mount with pearls to either end, mount tests for gold, aquamarine approx. 5.8 x 4.9 x 3.28mm £120-£180

421. An Art Deco diamond-set crescent brooch set throughout with single-cut diamonds, maximum width 2.9cm, 4.2g £350-£450

422. An early 20th century enamel and seed pearl brooch of circular openwork design, the mauve guilloché enamelled plaque with a pearl and rose-cut diamond-set motif applied to the centre, to the outer border of seed pearls, glazed compartment to the reverse, weight 6.2g, diameter 2.5cm £200-£300 423. Two late Victorian gem-set and yellow gold bar brooches the first with two central textured conjoined hearts each set with a circular-cut ruby or diamond to the foliate and bow border set with half pearls, the second in the Etruscan Revival taste, the central panel set with three pearl and two coral beads (one deficient), length of the former 4.1cm, combined weight 7.9g £150-£250

424. A mid Victorian enamel, diamond-set and yellow gold brooch the cinquefoil yellow gold border with bombé engraved sky blue enamel foliate motifs and cushion-shaped old brilliant-cut star to the centre, suspending two sky blue enamel floral tassels with pearl stamens, glazed compartment to the reverse, 15.7g, 6cm £400-£600

425. An early 20th century gem-set and yellow gold spray brooch the yellow gold wire work cornucopia with ruby flowerhead and old-cut diamond-set foliate surround and terminal, the reverse stamped with the registration number ‘407265’ for circa 1903-4, with safety chain, to the textured branch surmount, total weight 8.3g £400-£600

426. A late Victorian diamond-set and pearl brooch modelled as a pair of cross swords with a crown to the centre, set with old-cut diamonds and pearl, silver and yellow gold, 4.1g, length 6.5cm £250-£350

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427. A ruby and diamond bar brooch the six circular-cut rubies with diamond-set foliate detail between (one diamond deficient), yellow gold setting, length 4.3cm, together with an openwork diamond-set brooch, with hook for a pendant, mounted in silver and yellow gold, length 3.6cm, combined gross weight 7.5g, the former length 4.3cm, the second length 3.6cm, combined weight 7.5g £300-£500 428. Two Victorian brooches one a black enamel memorial scroll brooch with seed pearl central frame, set with a red amber oval cabochon, together with an enamel and split pearl set target brooch with locket back, both test gold, respectively 5 x 4cm, 3.5 diameter £150-£250

431. An Edwardian diamond and sapphire bar brooch set with a section of old brilliant-cut diamonds to the centre with a section of calibré-cut sapphires to the either side, 3.2g, length 5cm £100-£150 432. A collection of eight Victorian and Edwardian stick pins including a seed pearl and diamond-set trefoil, a half pearl flowerhead cluster, an ovoid pearl and rose-cut diamondset crescent, a 15ct yellow gold shaped square plaque with diamond-set central star, with a contemporary fitted case (8), total weight 11.9g £150-£250 433. An unusual late Victorian/ Edwardian diamond and pearl stick pin modelled as a trowel, with triangular diamond blade and pearl handle terminal, yellow gold mount, trowel length 1.6cm, contemporary fitted case £100-£200 434. A large contemporary sapphire and diamond set large cluster pin the central dark sapphire set within a diamond set double floral cluster, mount tests for gold together with a Victorian opal set trefoil stick pin and a collection of other stick pins to include a diamond set Etruscan style pin, tests gold, a coral set talon, tests silver gilt, an enamel figural pin, part tests gold, a cultured pearl pin, tests gold, two other pins and an Edwardian brooch (qty), cluster size approx. 11.7cm, diameter, sapphire approx. spread 1.20ct £300-£500

429. A Victorian turquoise set Etruscan style brooch and earrings registration diamond to reverse, a turquoise set tassel pendant, possibly an earring, tests for gold together with a heart shaped pendant in yellow metal mount, tests for gold (4), Etruscan brooch approx. 4 x 3.5 £150-£250

435. A gold cased cameo brooch/pendant and others the brooch with setting marked 75, pendant with rope twist scroll mount and 9ct gold chain, cameo ring in gold mount and a 9ct synthetic ruby ring (4), total weight approx 16g £50-£80 436. Two pairs of gem set earrings the first of trefoil form with central collet set gem, the second of oval form with jade set stones to centre £60-£80 437. A pair of diamond and 18ct carat gold ear studs each set with a brilliant-cut diamond within a white gold collet, the yellow gold post with Convention hallmark, combined gross weight 1.7g, diameter 6mm £250-£350

430. An Edwardian turquoise set lizard brooch the yellow metal brooch testing for gold and set with turquoises and with engraved detail, ruby eyes, engraved to reverse F.H.B, Christmas 1910, approx. 5.2g, approx. 4.2cm £80-£120

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438. A pair of 18th century diamond cluster earrings having central oval Dutch rose cut 438 diamonds within rose diamond border, closed setting, white metal tests silver, cluster size approx. 9.82 x 8.2mm £200-£300

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439. An attractive 18th century diamond set pendant cross possibly Spanish, the pendant of hinged constriction and with floral diamond and scroll detail, mount tests for silver and gold, approx. 5 x 3.2cm, approx. 7.65g £200-£300

440. An attractive Victorian pietra dura pendant cross the cross inlaid in various coloured hardstones with lilies and blue berries, yellow metal bale tests for gold, approx. 10x 4.5cm £100-£150

443. A large amethyst and diamond set pendant on chain the large rectangular cushion cut amethyst with single diamond above yellow metal mount tests for gold, amethyst approx. 19 x 16.09 x 10.5mm £150-£250

444. A small Victorian circular turquoise and diamond set locket having rope twist border and glass locket back, yellow metal tests for gold, suspended on a yellow metal double chain, tests for gold, approx. 12.7g, locket diameter approx. 2.1cm, chain approx. 38cm £100-£150 445. A fine gold George V half sovereign pendant dated 1911 and set in 9ct gold removable pendant mount, together with a 9ct gold Queen Mother commemorative coin dated 1980 and a 9ct gold chain a.f. (3), half sovereign pendant approx. 6.14g, 9ct coin approx. 4.68, chain approx. 1.62g £140-£150

441. A citrine and pearl cluster pendant the oval mixed-cut citrine measuring 21.2mm x 17.0mm x 8.8mm to the surround of slightly baroque pearls (untested but probably freshwater) to the yellow gold setting and suspensory loop, weight 10.4g, length 3cm excluding loop, width 2.5cm £120-£180 442. A citrine pendant the circular mixed-cut citrine measuring 12.3mm x 12.5mm x 3.0mm claw-mounted to the cusped surround, plain tapering suspensory loop £80-£120

446. A modernist design gold pendant on chain the pendant pierced and with textured finish marked for 9ct gold and suspended on a long 9ct gold chain, approx. 14g, pendant approx. 6 x 3.5cm £100-£200 447. A faux tortoiseshell pique heart pendant on a 9ct chain together with a gold coloured metal scarab pendant on a chain marked 375, an Egyptian pendant and another, and two gold chains one marked 9ct, length of the former pendant 1.8cm £80-£100

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 451. Three contemporary carved jade pendants the largest pierced and carved with a heron amid lotus to one side and a carp to the other, a mottled pale green pendant carved as a bat perched to the side of a double gourd and a brown jade carved foliate peach pendant, all threaded on silken knotted cords (3), respectively 6.2 x 4cm, 5 x 3.5cm, 4.5 x 2.5cm £100-£300

448. A pair of Art Deco diamond and jade earrings the single stone diamond tops in pierced circular mounts and suspended with carved apple green jade interlocking rings, white metal fittings, stones approx. 0.45ct spread, drop approx. 3.5cm, post fittings £400-£600

449. An early 20th century circular diamond-set pendant of openwork lattice and honeycomb design with central old brilliant-cut articulated drop, and with an old-cut diamond-set floral spray to either side, 8.6g, diameter 3.6cm £500-£700 450. An Arts and Crafts silver coral and nacre scroll necklace the pendant with central oval blister pearl within a pierced foliate scrollwork surround set with five coral cabochon flowerheads,suspending a blister pearl drop, on flat fancy link and coral bead chain, terminating in a ring bar clasp, pendant including drop length 7.5 x 4.8cm, chain length 45cm £200-£300

452. A contemporary carved jade boulder pendant and other items including a yellow metal mounted gold stone claw pendant tests gold, a jade bead bracelet and two other pendants (5), jade pendant approx. 5 x 4cm £50-£80

453. A Victor Mayer for Fabergé 18ct white gold egg pendant deep purple guilloche enamelled, set with 0.09ct diamonds to centre, in the form of a fleur-de-lys, stamped ‘Fabergé’ ‘18kt’ ‘VM’ limited edition number 31/1000, reference F-2435, together with associated beaded necklace, with original box, outer box and certificate dated 2008, length 3cm x width 1.5cm £600-£800 454. A George V fine gold half sovereign pendant on chain the half sovereign dated 1913, mounted in removable 9ct gold pendant mount and suspended on yellow metal chain, tests gold, approx. total weight 8.40g £100-£150 455. Two 9ct mounted half sovereign rings with pierced scroll mounts, shanks marked 9ct, the first sovereign dated 1907, total weight 15g £240-£280

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 458. A 9ct gold hesonite garnet and seed pearl Edwardian pendant/brooch with fine 9ct gold chain, total weight 5.1g £100-£150

456. An Edwardian peridot, half pearl and yellow gold pendant of openwork scrolling design, set with two faceted peridot and two green stone cabochon collets to the half pearl (one deficient) scrolling border, the reverse stamped ‘9ct’, 2.9g, length including loop 5.4cm; together with a seed pearl and 15ct yellow gold bar brooch, gilt tooled leather fitted case for The Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company, the former weight 2.9g length including loop 5.4cm, bar brooch 2g, length 2.7cm £120-£180

459. A diamond-set and platinum Latin cross pendant set with a total of eleven brilliant-cut diamonds, London hallmark 1998, suspended from a fine trace link chain, cross length 1.8cms; combined gross weight 5.5g £150-£250 460. A diamond single stone pendant the brilliant-cut diamond to the 18ct white gold convention hallmarked setting, suspended from a hallmarked platinum fine curb link chain necklace, combined gross weight 2.9g £250-£300 461. A diamond two stone crossover ring each brilliant-cut diamond estimated to spread 0.20cts obliquely-set to the diamond-set tapering swirl to each side, the shank stamped ‘18ct and PLAT’ and with presentation inscription, ring size I, weighing 2.3g £150-£250

457. An Edwardian peridot and pearl pendant or circular form with inset triple peridot flanked by seed pearls, the pendant marked BHJ possibly for Barnet Henry Joseph, with gilt metal chain, length including baille 3cm, overall approximate weight 3.5g £100-£150

462. Two diamond set rings together with four gold mounted dress rings comprising a five stone diamond set ring, a three stone diamond illusion set ring, 9ct mount, an 18ct gem set cluster ring, a 9ct sapphire and opal cluster ring, a 9ct amethyst ring and another 18ct ring (6), five stone diamond ring size L £200-£300 463. Three gem set rings comprising a 9ct rose gold ring set with pearl (untested) sapphire and collet set diamonds, a three stone gypsy ring (marks rubbed), and a 9ct band with illusion set gems (3), sizes I, Q, H £100-£150 464. Two single stone diamond set rings both illusion set and having 18ct gold mount (2), sizes I, J £100-£200

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 465. An aquamarine single stone ring the oval mixed-cut aquamarine measuring 24.5mm x 12.6mm x 8.0mm to the double prong claw setting and fleur de lys shoulders, the shank stamped ‘18ct’, weight 7.3g ring size M £600-£800 466. An amethyst and half pearl ring the oval mixed-cut amethyst collet-set above a two tiered surround of half pearls to the 9ct yellow gold hallmarked plain tapering shank, weighing 6.7grammes, ring size P £200-£300

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467. A 1960s turquoise ring of bombe design, set with circular turquoise cabochons of varying pale blue and green hues to the alternating plain and ropetwist wirework shank, 6.5g, size L/M £100-£200 468. A late Regency amethyst and half pearl ring the central octagonal collet-set amethyst (probably foiled) above the half pearl surround, closed back setting, to the associated 18ct yellow gold trifurcated floral and foliate engraved shank, London 1831, gross weight 6.3g £500-£700

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469. An Edwardian 18ct gold ruby and diamond gypsy ring marked for Chester 1909, size N/O £200-£300 470. An 18ct gold diamond set cluster ring mid twentieth century together with another oval cluster dress ring, yellow metal tests gold (2), respectively P/Q and K/L £100-£200 467

471. An 18ct gold band with raised bead and scroll decoration hallmarked for 18ct, together with a garnet set 9ct gold ring and a bar brooch with applied horse shoe (3), weight of the former £180-£220 472. A small collection of gold and silver jewellery including two gold mounted dress rings, a silver curb link charm bracelet suspended with a Georgian seal, another later seal, glass ship in a bottle, filigree bellows and more, a large dress ring, tests gold together with other items (qty), rings both size L £80-£120

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473. A diamond two stone crossover ring each modified brilliant-cut diamond estimated to weigh 0.50-0.55cts, obliquely-set to the single-cut diamond-set shoulders, and ridged shank, 4.4g, size Q £1,000-£1,500 474. A Victorian five stone diamond ring set with a graduated line of oval old brilliant-cut diamonds, to the yellow gold scrolling gallery, 3.7g, size K £700-£900

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475. A late Victorian diamond five stone ring the graduated line of old brilliant-cut diamonds with diamond points between, set within the yellow gold scrolling gallery and plain shank, weight 3.5g, size K £800-£1,200

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 476. A pearl and diamond-set ring the pearl (untested) set above a baguette diamond to either side, the openwork gallery with ornate cheniers, 3.1g, size M £200-£300 477. A diamond single stone ring the modified brilliant-cut diamond estimated to weigh 0.80cts to the single-cut diamond-set foliate shoulders, the shank stamped ‘18ct’ and possibly indistinctly plat, 3.4g, size K1/2 £600-£800

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478. An Art Deco sapphire and diamond-set ring the shaped rectangular plaque pavé-set with old-cut diamonds, a rectangularcut sapphire to the centre and an old brilliant-cut diamond above and below, two stone diamond-set shoulders, 3.8g, size O £600-£800 479. An oval-cut amethyst ring to the plain shank stamped ‘9ct’, size N £60-£80 480. A contemporary yellow and white gold and diamond dress ring the diamond shaped ring of two colour 18ct gold diamond set abstract design, size O/P £200-£300

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481. A contemporary Continental diamond set ring having a single stone brilliant cut diamond approximately 0.50 carats within a channel set diamond shouldered twist mount, stamped .750 for 18ct gold, size O £600-£800 482. A single stone diamond set ring the brilliant cut diamond approximately 0.75 carats, yellow metal mount stamped .750 for 18ct gold, size P £500-£600

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483. A diamond single stone ring the brilliant-cut diamond set to the 18ct yellow gold plain shank, Birmingham hallmark, 2.4g, size M £200-£300 484. A full hoop diamond-set ring set all round with single-cut diamonds (one diamond unmounted); together with an Austro-Hungarian diamond-set plaque ring, centrally-set with a cushionshaped old brilliant-cut diamond, and with four old-cut diamonds, dog’s head control mark for Vienna, Eternity ring size M/M1/2, plaque ring K1/2, combined gross weight 4.0g £300-£500

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485. An oval sapphire cabochon and diamond-set ring, together with a mid/late 19th century bombé turquoise-set cluster ring, with diamond centre and engraved yellow gold band, combined gross weight 8.3g; size P and J respectively £100-£150 486. A Chinese gold chrysophrase and diamond gentleman’s ring the yellow metal mount set with central circular chrysophrase and two small diamonds to either side, Chinese marks to inside, yellow metal tests for gold, size M, approx. weight 8.07g £200-£250

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 487. An opal and diamond cluster dress and six other dress rings including an emerald and diamond cluster ring, a diamond point double row dress ring, a diamond set bright cut full eternity ring together with three other rings, marked for 9ct gold or test for gold (7), opal cluster and emerald cluster size M £140-£180

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488. Three diamond and gem set dress rings comprising a small three stone diamond set ring, mount stamped 18ct, a sapphire and diamond cluster marked for 18ct gold and a garnet and diamond cluster ring, stamped 18ct (3), size respectively I, J, K £200-£300 489. A late 19th century Austro-Hungarian yellow gold and diamond-set snake ring the coiled body to the cushion-shaped old brilliant-cut diamond head and diamond-set eyes (one deficient), stamped with control marks for gold, 11.8g, size O/P £200-£300

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490. A blue stone and diamond-set cluster ring the rectangular cut-cornered blue stoner (probably a synthetic sapphire) collet-set above the mixed-cut diamond-set surround, to the plain shank stamped ‘18ct’, 3.4g, size R £180-£250 491. A late Victorian diamond and enamel ring the central cushion-shaped old brilliant-cut diamond estimated to spread 0.60cts, to the hexafoil claw setting and with blue enamel decoration to the yellow gold tapering shank, part hallmarked London 1880, size K, 6.6g £750-£850

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492. A diamond single stone ring the old brilliant-cut diamond estimated to weigh 0.80cts, coronet-set to the three stone single-cut diamond-set shoulders, the plain inner shank stamped ‘18ct &PLAT’, 3.1g, size K £700-£900 493. A pearl and two stone diamond ring the central pearl (untested) with a old brilliant-cut diamond coronet-set to either side, to the plain shank stamped ‘18ct’, 2.1g, size K £300-£400

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494. An Edwardian diamond and garnet five stone ring the central old brilliant-cut diamond with a circular-cut garnet and rose-cut diamond to either side, the shank stamped ‘18C’, 2.6g, size J £100-£150 495. Two 9ct gold mounted garnet set dress rings one a five stone garnet half hoop ring, the other a garnet and turquoise set oval cluster ring, both marked for 9ct gold (2), size for both M/N M/N £50-£80

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496. A single stone diamond set ring approximately 0.25ct, with hallmarked 18ct gold band, ring size K £200-£300

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497. An illusion set single stone diamond ring on a bark effect gold band marked 750, size M/N £100-£200 498. A Victorian gold turquoise five stone half hoop ring with diamond point detail between turquoise and galleried scroll mount, ring size L/M £200-£400 499. A collection of five rings one set with an old-cut diamond to the shank indistinctly stamped; a 15ct hallmarked ring setting; a 9ct yellow gold ring setting; and a yellow gold ring stamped ‘14K’, combined gross weight 11.9g £80-£120 500. A 9ct gold mounted garnet dress ring the mount with bark effect finish, together with a single stone ring, yellow metal mount tests for gold and a large rectangular dress ring, yellow metal mount stamped 9ct (3), Respectively sizes N,P,J £100-£150 501. Three yellow gold rings one hallmarked 18ct yellow gold and centrally-set with an old-cut diamond, the second in hallmarked 18ct yellow gold with rope twist and bead work decoration (a/f), the third centrally-set with a red stone, hallmarks worn (3), combined gross weight 11.4g £150-£200 502. A Victorian three stone diamond and 18ct yellow gold ring the three interlace hoops each containing an old brilliant-cut diamond, to the ridged shank, Birmingham 1897; together with an 18ct yellow gold, ruby and half pearl navette ring, Birmingham ?1876, and a tapering pale blue enamel (a/f) and old cut diamond-set ring to the yellow gold shank (3), combined gross weight 7.8g £250-£350

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503. An Edwardian ruby, diamond-set and 18ct yellow gold, the three graduated rubies separated by two pairs of old-cut diamonds, Chester 1910, together with an amethyst and diamond-set ring the central circular amethyst within a star motif with diamond-set detail to the plain shank, (2), 2.3g, size P, second 3.6g, size N £150-£200 504. A late Victorian diamond and 18ct ring the three graduated old brilliant-cut diamonds box-set within the yellow gold setting, London 1893, with inscription dated July [18]95, 4.0g, size O £150-£200 505. A diamond five stone ring the brilliant-cut diamonds separated by ‘S’ scrolls to the 18ct white gold tapering shank, convention hallmark, 4.2g, size K1/5 £300-£400 506. An amethyst and diamond-set cluster ring the central oval amethyst claw-set above the alternating foliate and circular motifs, each set with a brilliant-cut diamond, the trifurcated shoulders and plain shank stamped ‘[P]LAT’, 12.8g, size K £600-£800 507. A three coloured hoop and diamond-set ring the interlocking bands set with a total of eight brilliantcut diamonds, 7.5g, size I-J £200-£300 508. A sapphire and diamond cluster ring the central brilliant-cut diamond to the surround of circular-cut sapphires and outer brilliant-cut diamondset border, 5.9g, size N £300-£400

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 509. A four stone emerald half hoop ring having diamond point detail, the carved scroll mount stamped 18ct, size N/O £150-£250 510. A diamond single stone and platinum ring the brilliant-cut diamond estimated to weigh 0.50cts, claw-set to the plain tapering platinum shank, Birmingham convention hallmark, 4.8g, size L1/2 £600-£800

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511. An 18ct yellow gold and diamond-set band ring set at intervals with eight brilliant-cut diamonds, Birmingham convention hallmark, 7.2g, size R £300-£400

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512. A diamond ten stone ring the princess-cut diamonds channel-set to the 18ct white gold plain shank, convention hallmark, 4.6g, size O £500-£600 513. A diamond seven stone ring the graduated brilliant-cut diamonds coronet-set to the 18ct white gold tapering shank, Birmingham convention hallmark, 5.0g, size N1/2 £500-£600 514. A diamond-set ring with three rows of brilliant-cut diamonds claw-set to the 18ct yellow gold shank, London hallmark, 5.0g, size L1/2 £600-£800

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515. An 18ct yellow gold and diamond-set band ring the central revolving band channel-set with princes-cut diamonds to a ridged band to either side, Sheffield 1995, 16.1g, L1/2-N £450-£550 516. An Edwardian single stone diamond set ring approximately 0.65 carats, the diamond in square setting the yellow metal mount stamped 18, size L/M £400-£600

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517. Two 18ct gold wedding bands hallmarked 750, total weight approx 4g £100-£150 518. A collection of loose cherry amber beads of various sizes, the largest bead length 3.5cm, weight 110g approx £80-£120

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519. A Continental 9K rope twist necklace marked 9k, together with a thin 9ct rope twist necklace and a gold plated locket pendant finely chased with leaf scroll decoration (3), 15g £150-£250

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 520. A mixed lot of mainly gold jewellery including an Art Nouveau style pendant the yellow metal mount testing for gold, a ring constructed from a George V half sovereign, a 9ct ladies ‘Hirco’ wristwatch on expanding bracelet, an 18ct Victorian ruby and diamond gypsy ring, onyx set scroll pendant, converted a.f., tests for gold, a 9ct plait ring, a.f, 9ct wedding band, a metal cored bangle and other items (qty), total weight excluding metal core bangle approx 55g £400-£500 521. A 15ct oval opal pendant on chain together with a cabochon amethyst scroll pendant, yellow metal tests for gold, a 9ct gold delicate amethyst bar brooch, stamped 9 and a pair of paste ear clips (4), opal approx. 2.5cm including bale £150-£250

525. A pair of cameo earrings and cameo brooch the earrings with 9ct gold screw fittings, the brooch with white metal mount marked 800, drop of earring 2cm £80-£120 526. A mixed collection of gold, silver and other items including a small diamond set Victorian stick pin and two others, a silver watch Albert chain with swivel fob, various silver cufflinks and other items (qty), various £50-£80

522. A Chinese 14K and jade brooch and other items a gold mounted ruby and diamond twist ring, a Victorian diamond set 15ct Etruscan style brooch, 9K cased Edwardian ladies wristwatch, a pair of 9ct scroll engraved cufflinks, a 9ct onyx set ring and two other items (qty), various £150-£250 523. A small collection of 9ct and other jewellery including a 9ct gold eternity ring, heart pendant on 9ct chain, a 9ct gold mounted cluster ring and a silver scroll pendant on chain, and a pair of emerald cluster ear studs (5), weight excluding silver approx 11g £140-£180

527. A heavy sterling silver Identity bracelet and a collection of silver jewellery the gentleman’s bracelet with bark effect finish, together with a large quantity of silver chains and bracelets, either marked for silver or testing as silver (qty), approx. total weight 256g £80-£120 528. A collection of mainly 20th century silver jewellery including charm bracelets and other silver bracelets, garnet set pendant and others including a large labradorite silver pendant, chains, earrings, large silver ‘knot’ brooch and more (qty), varied £100-£200 529. A collection of ten mixed gold rings and other mixed jewellery including a multi band engraved ring, tests gold, a Continental .585 and silver modernist ring, various 9ct gold dress rings and gold and silver eternity rings together with a Continental .750 bracelet and two .750 odd earrings and a small collection of other items including odd earrings (qty), various £200-£300

524. A large Chinese carved lilac jade two piece belt buckle pierced and carved with a central figure to each piece and having carved serpent head hook, together with an oval pierced and carved green jade oval brooch and another carved jade round pierced jade pendant (3), belt buckle 10 x 3.25cm £150-£200

530. A pair of Continental 14K gold ‘nugget’ cufflinks the cufflinks of tri-form textured design with a central small gold nugget, two other pairs of cufflinks, a small Victorian diamond set stick pin and a silver watch fob on silver chain (qty), cufflinks approx. 6.25g £100-£150

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531. An 18ct gold fetter and three Albert chain the T bar marked 18ct, weight approx 35g £800-£1,000

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535. A 9ct gold flat curb link padlock bracelet together with a five bar gate bracelet with safety chain and a 9ct broken stiff bangle (3), total weight approx 37g £300-£400

532. A Continental 9ct gold open stiff bangle marked 375, weight 13g £100-£200

536. A 9ct gold ‘Gemini’ pendant and other items including a 9ct gold St Christopher pendant, a 9ct Georgian style onyx seal, an opal type set tie pin and two others similar, mounts test gold and a gem set bar brooch (qty), Gemini pedant approx. 3.2cm dia., total weight of items approx 24g £150-£250 537. A pair of Gents 9ct torpedo cufflinks together with a pair of golfing silver themed cufflinks and two tie pins (4) £70-£90 538. A mixed collection of jewellery including a small 9ct gold piggie charm a 9ct gold cased ladies Edwardian wristwatch on 9ct gold expanding bracelet, silver and enamel brooch and pendant, marcasite silver eardrops and other items. (qty), Varied £80-£120 539. A Continental 18K necklace the fine chain marked on the clasp 18K together with a Modernist gold ring with abstract design marked 375 (2), length 30cm £300-£350 540. Three Continental assorted fancy link necklaces the first marked 9KT of textured flat plaited design, the second marked 375 and with central plaited fancy link section, the third with finely plaited strands marked 375 a/f, total weight approx 21g £200-£300

533. A silver mounted Victorian crown pendant on silver chain several other small silver items, together with a quantity of mainly vintage rhinestone jewellery (qty), Various £60-£80

541. A collection of contemporary earrings together with a Celtic motif twist bangle, yellow metal tests for gold, earrings marked 9ct or yellow metal testing for gold, together with a small 9ct heart shaped locket (qty), approx. 25.8g £200-£300

534. A 9ct gold ingot pendant on a 9ct chain, total weight 34g £350-£450

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545. A platinum wedding band together with two gold chains one 14K Continental rope twist chain, the other 9ct gold (3), Ring size N/O, approx. 2.7g, 14K chain approx. 5.7g, 9ct chain approx. 3.7g £100-£150 542. A collection of mainly 9ct gold contemporary pendants and chains including a single stone diamond flat woven 9ct necklace, a 9ct opal set pendant on chain, 9ct cultured pearl pendant, 9ct garnet set pendant on chain and other 9ct gold items, together with two gilt chains (qty), approx. weight excluding gilt chains 33.27g £300-£500 543. An onyx and diamond set gentleman’s ring and other items the ring marked for 9ct gold, together with an 18ct gold mounted Victorian diamond set gypsy ring, a coral set 9ct gold mounted ring, together with various stud earrings, onyx ring size O £100-£150

546. Assorted items of 19th century jewellery and vertu including a fancy link yellow gold long chain necklace, a yellow gold cased engraved locket designed as a book with clasp and opening to four compartments; an oval engraved locket on chain with blue garter enamel motif to one side; two circular lockets, one with a turquoise and half pearl-set surmount (a/f); and a 9ct yellow gold bean pendant, weight chain 11.3g £200-£300 547. A collection of modernist and other silver jewellery including a signed Navaho silver inlaid pendant brooch and another, heavy modernist coiled bangle, organic design ring, a very heavy woven cord necklace, silver twist hinged bangle and five other items (11), Ring size N £200-£300

544. A collection of mixed gold and other mainly Edwardian cufflinks and studs including a pair of 15ct gold cufflinks, various yellow metal studs and single cufflinks, some testing gold and several gilt metal items (qty), Various £550-£650

548. A small collection of mixed jewellery including a silver charm bracelet, Edwardian seed pearl brooch and others the former with a number of charms including a glazed skeleton clock, drum, ostrich etc., the seed pearl brooch in the form of a swallow, together with an amethyst brooch, silver fob, and paste jewellery, (qty), weight of silver charm bracelet 64g £50-£80 549. A 9ct gold cased propelling pencil and a collection of jewellery including 9ct gold signet rings a.f., brooches, 9ct bangle a.f., and more (qty), approx. weight excluding pencil 38g £400-£500

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550. A Victorian 9ct gold compass fob brooch and a collection of mainly gold items including 9ct Celtic design pendant, Victorian memorial locket a.f, 9ct heart padlock, various small pendants and lockets, Victorian earrings, Edwardian bar brooches, a varied collection, majority of items test for gold (qty), varied, approx. total weight 40g £400-£500

553. A pair of 9ct gold fox mask head cufflinks and a fox tie pin with realistically chased heads and inset ruby eyes with chains and bar, hallmarked on bar and heads, together with a similar fox head 9ct gold tie pin with ruby eyes, both in boxes (2), total weight of cufflinks 9g £200-£250

551. Three Edwardian gentleman’s accessories a pair of white enamel, half pearl and 18ct yellow gold circular cuff links with chain link connections; a similar set of four dress studs in 15ct yellow gold; and a set of three pearl (untested) and 18ct yellow gold collar studs, all in fitted leather cases with gilt tooled decoration (3), combined gross weight (excluding stud fittings) 18.2g £250-£350

552. An 18ct gold Victorian sovereign case hallmarked Birmingham 1998/1899, with suspension loop and spring loaded, weight 19.5g £400-£500

554. A pair of Victorian gem-set and 18ct yellow gold cuff links each pair of two oval plaques measuring 1.8cm by 1.3cm with chain link connections, and centrally-set with a old brilliant-cut diamond and either a cushion-shaped ruby or sapphire, Birmingham ??, contemporary fitted gilt tooled leather case, combined gross weight 10.9g £250-£350 555. An interesting collection of Victorian and later jewellery including Victorian and later carved cameo brooches, an interesting 1920’s carved ivory ‘carved climbing monkey’ necklace, silver slave bangle, branch coral, Victorian silver and later brooches, Art Deco paste necklace and others, Neiger floral brooch and more, a varied and interesting lot, contained in a small inlaid Victorian jewel box (qty), various £100-£200

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556. An interesting collection of Lea Stein acrylic brooches comprising a 1930s limousine, boat with rainbow sail, turtle with mother of pearl style shell, 1930s stylised female wearing purple faux snakeskin scarf, and numerous animals including an elephant, hedgehog and ladybird all with V shaped signed pin (13), length of turtle 8.5cm £150-£250 557. A collection of acrylic Lea Stein foxes, cats and panthers comprising two foxes, seated stylised Siamese cat, standing cat and two stylised panthers, all with V shaped pins signed Lea Stein (6), the longest 11cm £80-£120

558. A collection of Lea Stein acrylic dog brooches comprising a red and cream seated hound, trotting poodle, Scottie dog with black collar and a seated pooch wearing a tie and another, all bearing the V shaped pin to reverse signed lea Stein Paris (5), the largest height 8.5cm £80-£120 559. A collection of acrylic Lea Stein bird brooches and earrings comprising a pair of parrot clip earrings, goose in flight brooch, a pair of doves, a stylised bird and others (7), length of stylised bird approx 11cm £100-£150

560. A collection of 20th century silver and costume jewellery including: an Elizabeth II jubilee silver ingot pendant, marked Sheffield, 1977; three gold coloured necklaces; two pairs of hoop earrings; a hinged bangle; World War II GQ Parachutist qualification badge; an Irvin Air Chutes Parachute Company qualification badge; Boy Scouts pin; a filigree brooch; two hand painted coin pendants, cased; cross on chain, marked ‘925’; a coin bracelet; a green and white paste necklace in case; two St Christopher pendants on chain; a modernist leaf motif pendant on chain; an amber style pendant on chain; a white metal rope twist chain; a fine white metal chain; double heart sweetheart brooch; commemorative mounted coin pendant (24), ingot weight approximately 31.1g £70-£90

561. A collection of vintage Matisse Renoir costume jewellery of modernist design in enamel and copper, including; eight pairs of ear clips, three hinged bangles, five necklaces, the majority stamped ‘Matisse’, ‘Renoir’ or in combination (16), copper coloured fringe necklace length 46.25cm approximately £150-£200 562. A collection of ninety four 20th century silver and white metal rings several gem set examples, varying designs including; modernist style, Celtic, Wedgwood Jasperware, Claddagh, wedding bands, several fully hallmarked, the majority variously marked stamped ‘Silver’, ‘Sterling Silver’, ‘925’, ‘800’, with lidded ring box £200-£300

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563. A collection of seventeen silver and white metal bracelets and bangles, 20th century comprising five fully hallmarked hinged bangles, the majority with chased decoration; together with two christening bracelets; four hinged bangles; four bangles; two open bangles; a hinged rolled gold bangle and an articulated gold plated bracelet (19), rolled gold bracelet 20.25cm full length £150-£200 564. A collection of Victorian and later costume jewellery some silver, comprising two filigree panel bracelets, one with Egyptian motifs; twenty three brooches, including an Art Nouveau style example; a pair of earrings; a ring; six pendants, including a hardstone cross; three lockets; a silver cross; an Indian buckle and a pendant on chain (39);, the bracelet length 19cm £100-£150 565. A collection of 19th century and later silver and costume jewellery comprising a filigree panel bracelet, with design of boats and nature; an early 19th century white chalcedony brooch, with scalloped edge, applied with floral and foliate vari-coloured gold work and amethysts; two pendants, both marked Birmingham, 1891 and 1901; a continental enamel faced Ladies pocket watch; a silver hinged buckle bangle, marked ‘800’; a marcasite ring stamped ‘Silver’; an agate type brooch; two stick pins; a Scandinavian style pendant on chain, marked ‘800’; and a white metal and moonstone effect cross; (12), bracelet length approximately 17.5cm £80-£100 566. A Bulgari 18K white gold ring stamped Bulgari on both sides and marked 750 to the interior, size I £200-£250

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567. An 18ct gold Tiffany & Co. ‘1837’ ring hallmarked London, 2004, stamped to outside ‘750, T & Co. 1837’, stamped inner band ‘1997 Tiffany & Co. .750’, ring size N, weight 7.85g £250-£350

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568. A Tiffany & Co. 18ct yellow gold ring of open form with stylised heart, stamped 750 to inside, weight approx 7.5g, size M £200-£300 569. A Gucci 18K dog tag pendant of circular form stamped 18kt, 10g £250-£300 570. A pair of heart shaped earrings marked ‘Tiffany & Co., 750, Italy’, total weight including clips 4.23g, width 1.3cm £150-£250 571. An 18ct gold Tiffany & Co. Notes ring fully hallmarked, stamped to outside ‘Tiffany & Co., 727 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York, 10022’, marked to inner band ‘Tiffany & Co. .750’, ring size J, weight 3.16g £100-£150 572. An 18ct gold Tiffany & Co. ‘1837’ ring marked London, 2008, stamped to outside ‘750, T&Co 1837, stamped inner band ‘Tiffany & Co. .750’, size P, weight approximately 6.7g £100-£150 573. An 18ct yellow gold ‘pantheon’ ring by Gucci composed of two revolving bands with openwork square lattice decoration, 9.2g, size N1/2-P £300-£400 574. A Gucci Icon white gold band and a similar yellow gold Gucci band both marked 750 and marked with Gucci icon to the outside (2), the former size N/O., the second I/J, total weight approx. 7.8g £300-£500 575. An 18ct yellow gold ‘icon’ band ring by Gucci London hallmark, 9.1g, size K/L £300-£400 576. An 18ct white gold ‘icon’ band ring by Gucci convention hallmark, 3.8g, size L/M £100-£150

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577. A Sterling silver Tiffany & Co. buckle ring marked 925 and 750 with yellow gold square together with a Paloma Picasso for Tiffany & Co. Sterling silver ring with jade stone (2), Both size L £200-£300 578. An 18ct gold Tiffany tag bracelet marked on the clasp and the tag 750, the heavy chain with circular tag marked Tiffany & Co., with Tiffany suede covered retail box, weight approx 28g £800-£1,000 579 579. A Tiffany silver heavy link heart bracelet with large heart tag stamped T&Co 925 the obverse reading Please return to Tiffany & Co, weight approx 43g £80-£120 580. An Elsa Perretti for Tiffany & Co. yellow gold open heart pendant and matching earrings on fine belcher chain marked on the clasp Tiffany & Co. Elsa Perretti, the open heart earrings marked on the posts 750 (2), total weight 4g £300-£400

580 582. A Paloma Picasso for Tiffany & Co. Sterling silver cross on chain signed on the clasp and the cross, stamped 925, with fine chain original pouch and box, length of pendant 1 3/4cm, length with chain 21cm £50-£80 583. A pair of 18ct gold Tiffany & Co. ‘Atlas’ ear studs marked to reverse ‘Atlas, T&Co .750’, stud width 0.75cm, weight 2.97g £120-£180

581. A Bulgari Tondo Sun pendant variously stamped with Italian assay marks ‘*1970AL’ and ‘Bvlgari’ ‘Made In Italy’ ‘.750’, width 1.5cm, weight approximately 4.08g £150-£250

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584. A Tiffany & Co. Sterling silver and 18ct gold mounted hook and eye bangle and ring set the bangle and ring both stamped ‘Tiffany & Co. 925 750’, the bangle additionally marked London, 1999, with Tiffany & Co. pouch, ring size approximately H £80-£120 585. Two Tiffany & Co. Sterling silver band rings designed by Elsa Peretti , stamped ‘Peretti 925, Tiffany & Co.’, one inset with red coloured stone, the other with a green coloured stone, sizes H and size I, overall weight approximately 4.85g £80-£120

588. A large David Andersen silver stylised leaf pendant and other silver jewellery the pendant signed and stamped 925 on the reverse, together with a pierced silver oval brooch with stylised leave and foliate design, two silver chains one with small pierced leaf style pendant and two other silver brooches one of Modernist design by Norwegian Studio Else & Paul and a silver brooch with butterfly wing (6), length of pendant 7.5cm £80-£120 589. A Georg Jensen modernist sterling silver bangle post-1945 Jensen mark, stamped ‘925S, Denmark, A50A’, width 6.75cm, total weight 47.31g £200-£300

586. Two Tiffany & Co. rings one being a Somerset mesh ring, stamped ‘T&Co. 925’, together with a silver and 18ct gold mounted ring, set to centre with hematite, stamped ‘1999 Tiffany & Co. 925 750’ additionally marked London, 2001, (2), Somerset ring approximate size Q, the other approximately H/I £60-£80

587. Three pieces of Gucci jewellery, including; a silver Interlocking G ring and a silver Interlocking G chain bracelet, both bearing 925 and Italian silver marks and additionally stamped ‘Gucci, Made in Italy’, together with a white metal Gucci Double G Bee Coin bracelet (3), GG bracelet length approximately 18cm £30-£40

590. A Georg Jensen modernist Sterling silver torque collar the reverse with post-1945 Georg Jensen mark, stamped ‘925S Denmark’ and numbered Q10 and 10B, weight approximately 37g £200-£300 591. Vivianna Torun BülowHübe for Georg Jensen: A modernist Sterling silver and pearl cross over bangle design number 324, post-1945 mark, stamped ‘925S Denmark TORUN’ and with further silver import marks, with presentation box, width 6.5cm approximately, total weight including pearls 17.15g £150-£200

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592. A Georg Jensen modernist silver oyster shell pendant chain by Nanna & Jorgen Ditz the reverse marked Georg Jensen, with model number 328 and initialled NJ with import mark, on a Georg Jensen silver chain, length of pendant 6cm, length of chain and pendant 41cm £200-£300

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593. A collection of Scandinavian silver and enamel jewellery comprising a blue enamel and silver necklace of boomerang form interspersed with blue enamel spheres on silver chain marked on the reverse A ScH, David Andersen silver and white enamel leaf brooch and matching ear clips, David Andersen white enamel water lily pad ear clips, Antol Michelsen pink flower head ear clips, David Andersen blue enamel earclips, Volmer Bahner blue and white enamel earclips, a pair of David Anderson purple pansy earrings, a pair of enamelled blue lily flower earrings and a pair of rose enamelled earclips (9), length of enamel chain 21cm £150-£250

594. Bente Bonne for Georg Jensen: A modernist Sterling silver and enamel brooch design number 331B, post-1945 Jensen mark, stamped ‘Sterling, Denmark, 331 B’ additionally marked ‘G.J Ld’ and with London import marks, width 4.5cm £200-£300

595. An Art Deco Aksel Holmsen Norwegian silver-gilt and enamel necklace of green and black fan design and silver chain, with makers mark to the reverse, length of enamel pendant 4.25cm, length of chain 20cm £80-£120

596. Three pieces of Georg Jensen Sterling silver jewellery including; a modernist ring, open back, numbered A50; a stylised ring with disc design, numbered 306, both rings stamped 925S and with London import marks, together with a modernist brooch, design number 406B, stamped ‘925S, Denmark’ all with post-1945 Jensen marks, brooch length 11cm, total weight approximately 30.81g £80-£120 597. Vivianna Torun BülowHübe for Georg Jensen: A 18ct gold modernist ring design number 929, post 1945 Jensen mark, stamped ‘750 18k 929 TORUN Denmark’, additionally hallmarked and marked ‘GJ Ld’, weight 6.63g, ring size I £200-£300

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598. A Georg Jensen silver and onyx bead long-line chain necklace one bead stamped ‘Georg Jensen’, London import marks to clasp, additionally stamped ‘GJ 925S’, in presentation box with sleeve, total length 128cm approximately £80-£120 599. A modern Georg Jensen Sterling silver Peak necklace bearing post-1945 mark, additionally stamped ‘925S Sterling’, with thirteen geometric panels, with velvet lined box and outer sleeve, length approximately 37cm, weight 40g £100-£150 600. A Georg Jensen ladies Continuity wristwatch designed by Nicholas Barth Nussbaumer, numbered 000219, Swiss made, stainless steel with mirror finished, in presentation box, width 7.5cm £100-£150

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601. A Georg Jensen large silver heart pendant on chain designed by Astrid Fog, limited edition pendant No 1, stamped on the heart Sterling Silver 126B, on Jensen section silver chain, in presentation box, length of chain with pendant 33cm, length of pendant 3cm

603. A silver Georg Jensen pendant on chain model number 2018, with silver Jensen chain, in Jensen box, length of pendant 3cm £80-£120

Purchased from Harrods in 2014 as Pendant No 1 from Jensen Collection limited edition 13/110. £200-£400

604. A Georg Jensen silver Aria cube bracelet Sterling Silver, numbered 593C, in presentation box, total length 20cm £200-£300

602. A Georg Jensen 2018 Heritage black and onyx necklace and pendant post-1945 Jensen mark, additionally stamped ‘925S’ and ‘2018’, in presentation box, pendant length 3cm, chain length 45cm approximately £60-£80

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605. Two pairs of Georg Jensen earrings one being a pair of silver and moonstone ‘Moonlight Blossom’ studs, marked ‘GJ’ and ‘925S’, together with a pair of ‘Moonlight Grapes’ earrings, in oxidised silver, marked ‘GJ’ and ‘925S’, both in presentation boxes (2), the earrings length approximately 3cm, studs 1cm, diameter £70-£90

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 609. A Georg Jensen Denmark Sterling silver double chain black onyx bead necklace with silver sphere marked ‘Georg Jensen’, clasp marked GJ 925S and ‘GJ Ld 925’, London marks, in presentation box, length 100cm £100-£150

606. Two pairs of Georg Jensen Sterling silver and onyx drop earrings including; one marked ‘GJ 925S’, the other in design number 1 marked ‘GJ 925S 1’, both in Jensen Heritage presentation boxes (2), one pair length 5cm, the other 3.5cm approximately £80-£120

610. A Georg Jensen Aria silver and onyx pendant necklace and earring set pendant stamped with Georg Jensen post-1945 mark, design number 612A, earrings design numbered 612C, London 2015, together with a further pair of Georg Jensen silver earrings of square form and a pair of Georg Jensen black onyx stud earrings, of cube form (4), chain length 44cm £80-£120 611. A modern Georg Jensen Sterling silver Peak bracelet bearing post-1945 mark, additionally stamped ‘925S Sterling’, with geometric panels, length approximately 16cm, weight 22.48g £70-£100

607. A Georg Jensen stainless steel pendant watch on leather chain designed by Henning Koppel, in Jensen presentation box, length of chain with pendant 52cm, length of pendant 4.5cm £80-£120

608. A Georg Jensen silver star pendant necklace designed by Lene Munthe, with four pierced stars, and single star drop pendant, on Jensen chain in box, length of chain 26cm, length of pendant 6cm £150-£250

612. A vintage Chanel simulated pearl and gold tone pendant and chain c. 1996, CC logo to chain and pendant, with berry motif, the long chain clasp marked ‘Chanel 96A, Made in France’, chain length 80cm, pendant height 8cm approximately £150-£250

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613. A Must de Cartier black leather Panthère handbag gold tone hardware, the clasp in the form of a panther marked to reverse ‘Cartier’, interior lined with red leather, with twin and zipped pockets, together with a Registration Card, width approximately 25cm £80-£120

614. A Louis Vuitton Red Mini Monogram Josephine bag pink coloured monogram canvas, with plum coloured leather and canvas handles and plum coloured leather trim, gold tone hardware, zip closure, interior with pink coloured canvas and interior zip and open pockets, width 28cm £60-£80

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615. A Louis Vuitton Papilion handbag, 2000 in beige Monogram Vernis embossed patent leather, vachetta leather handles and trim, gold tone hardware and padlock, date code VI0050, beige coloured leather interior, stamped ‘Louis Vuitton, Paris, Made in France’, width 31cm, height 15cm £200-£300

616. A Louis Vuitton Perforated Musette Orange monogram leather shoulder bag, 2006 brown monogram leather, with adjustable shoulder strap, orange leather underside, vachetta leather trim, gold tone hardware, padlock fastening, interior in orange suede, with slip pocket numbered GA0016, vachetta leather label stamped ‘Louis Vuitton, Paris, Made in Spain’, together with a Louis Vuitton dustcover, width 31cm £200-£300

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617. A Louis Vuitton Richard Prince Limited Edition Jaune Defile Pulp Weekender Monogram bag Spring/Summer 2008, in coated monogram canvas, yellow leather; handles, trim, luggage tag and clochette, yellow leather label stamped with Richard Prince signature and ‘Louis Vuitton Paris, Made in France, Printemps Été 2008’, numbered MI0058, gold coloured hardware, double zip closure, interior with yellow canvas lining, pocket and two phone pockets, together with a Louis Vuitton dustcover, width 40cm The Jaune Monogram Weekender Bag design was part of the Louis Vuitton Marc Jacobs collaboration with artist Richard Prince. This style of bag featured in the ready-towear catwalk show in 2008. £400-£600

619. A Prada black woven fabric shoulder bag and another the first with two sections to the front with leather buckles, zip to front and zip to interior and another small zip pocket inside, together with a black woven fabric shoulder bag with orange leather Prada starfish key ring, with single Prada dust bag (2), the former width 42cm £80-£120

620. A Mulberry taupe leather purse of envelope style with palladium tone hardware with compartment interior, together with a zipped leather Prada purse and a Prada nylon mini zipped bag, with Prada dust bag (3), width of Mulberry purse 20.5cm £60-£80

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625. A 1940s black bakelite GPO 300 series ‘Secretary’ telephone bearing ‘secretary’ badge, chromed dial, receiver marked 184 48, converted £50-£80 622. An early 20th century English ‘Whittington’ pattern travelling chess set in the manner of Jaques with pegged carved bone red stained and natural pieces, in folding mahogany case, together with a boxwood and ebonised Staunton pattern chess set, within red stained box, and a boxed small travelling chess set, with pegged carved bone pieces (3), first board width 30cm, box height 7cm £80-£120

626. A good large ivory ground floral damask table c.1900 gold and green Art Nouveau design floral machine woven border, 326 x 168cm £50-£80 627. An early 20th century chrome elephant car mascot mounted on a radiator cap, height 11.8cm £50-£80 623. A late 19th/early 20th century lever wind cylinder musical box playing 6 airs, with steel comb, lever stamped ‘37666’, in grained rosewood case, cylinder length 18.5cm, case width 38.25cm approximately £100-£200 624. Military Autographs: A souvenir programme from ‘Stars in Battledress’ held at the Royal Albert Hall, June 1946, signed by Field Marshal Viscount Montgomery of Almein, Lieutenant General Sir Oliver Leese, Captain John Bilham and Alice Delysia, height 21.5cm approximately £50-£80

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628. An early 20th century Negretti and Zambra prismatic compass lacquered case fitted with a suspension ring, silvered ring, in a stitched leather case, diameter 5.4cm £40-£60

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631. A collection of 19th century and later ephemera including: two brochures and a season ticket for the International Inventions Exhibition 1885; a folio of menus, programmes, photographs, maps and packaging; together with a copy of George Cruikshank ‘Illustrations of Time’, 1827/1828, cloth cover, landscape folio (qty) £50-£80

629. A vintage autograph album circa 1930s - 1940s, containing signatures of actors and performers, including amongst others; Stanley Holloway, Gertrude Lawrence, Jessie Matthews, Gladys Cooper, George Grossmith, together with a menu for Kamina, dated 24 November 1960 signed by Louis Armstrong, in blue ballpoint pen, the album 23 x 18cm approximately £80-£120

630. A Laurence Olivier signed postcard signed in black ink, card depicting Olivier as Hamlet believed from the 1937 Old Vic production, 14 x 9cm £40-£60

632. An early 20th century French bisque head doll automaton manufactured by Société Français de Fabrication de Bébé & Jouets (SFBJ), in the form of a seated lady at a dressing table, the head variously stamped to reverse ‘301, Paris, France’, with blue glass eyes, painted lashes, with open mouth and moulded upper teeth, wearing high collared lace trimmed dress, one hand with brush, painted shoes, the dressing table with removable mirror, fixed scissors and comb, mechanism converted to electricity, mounted on velvet topped gilt coloured wooden base with central draw raised on four feet, together with a number of pieces of fabric, approximately 36cm, height £150-£250

633. A Victorian 84th (York & Lancaster) Regiment of Foot Officers Shako c.1870 dark blue cloth with leather peak, the die stamped gilt metal shako plate cut out to centre 84 surrounded by the Garter with motto and framed by crowned laurel leaves, fitted with a velvet backed gilt metal chin chain, rose pattern bosses and lion mask at the rear £80-£120

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 634. An early 20th century postcard album including World War I and earlier military, aviation and naval interest subjects, several relating to early zeppelin raids, together with an album of cigarette cards (2), postcard album 19.5cm wide £100-£150 635. A Victorian and later scrap book containing a collection of Christmas cards, together with a collection of antique mounting strips (qty), the album 35 x 27.5cm £40-£60 638. ◊ W.W.I Interest: A Brief Record of The Advance of the Egyptian Expeditionary Force under the Command of General Sir Edmund H. H. Allenby, July 1917 to October 1918 Cairo, 1919, portrait frontis., 56 colour maps, original wrappers, 4to, 4to £50-£80

636. Regents Park Canal Explosion, 1874: An album of Victorian and later topographical postcards and photographs including several rare images of the Regents Park Canal explosion 1874, believed unrecorded, majority Britain and France, 25 x 21cm £140-£180 639. ◊ Illustrated: Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam Presented by Willy Pogany 15 colour tipped in plates, 8vo ., gilt dec. full calf., together with The Duchess of Malfi and The White Devil illustrated by Henry Keen, 1930, gilt dec cloth £40-£60

637. ◊ Cottafavi (Gaetano) ‘Raccolta de N32 Vedute di Roma e Contorni disegnate dal vero net 1848, Santarelli Editore Via Condotti 72, Roma’, containing 32 steel engraved views of Rome, printed wrappers, oblong format, 31.75 x 22.75cm £80-£120

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640. ◊ Tasso, Torquato. La Gierusalemme Liberata di Torquato tasso: con Le Figure di Bernardo Castelli London, 1724, b&w engraved frontis. 20 b&w engraved illustrations, 4to, two vols., full calf, pp. 331+ 375, + Appendix, 4to £150-£250

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644. A small collection of early 20th century mostly enamelled silver Masonic jewels comprising a cased silver gilt Cerepania Lodge 1926 Founder medal no. 4817, an Aegros Sanat Humanitas medal in fitted case and a Hallstone jewel both awarded to Bro. E.A Wakefield No 4317, a boxed Royal Masonic Institute for Girls breast star dated 1919 and five assorted stewards medals, on ribbons, (9), various, total weight approx. 6.7ozt £100-£200

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645. A 9ct gold cycling medal pendant/fob hallmarked by Fattorini & Sons, the obverse chased with an image of a cyclist within a floral surround, the reverse engraved Pudsey Athletic Sports won by H H German in Two Miles Safety Bicycle Race 1892, with suspension loop, total 13.3g £140-£180 646. Three cased sets of Masonic regalia and jewels relating to the Domatic Chapter No 177/ London: including four medals, marked Birmingham 1971, London 1925, London 1932, one medal unmarked, a silver pendant, marked Birmingham 1966 together with Masonic aprons, sashes, cuffs and gloves; pocket knife, letter opening knife and a compass, (qty), medal weight approximately 2.8ozt £100-£200

647. A pair of First World War medals, 1914-1918, East Surrey Regiment British War and Allied Victory, named to 30730 Pte. F. W. Simmonds. E. Surr. R, Awarded to Private Frederick William Simmonds. £50-£80

648. An Indian Mutiny (1857-1858) campaign medal with Delhi clasp awarded to Corp. John Hosey, 75th (Stirlingshire) Regiment £150-£250

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649. A Paris Exposition Universelle 1855 silver medal by Albert-Desire Barre (French, 1818-1878), bust of Napoleon III, reverse with arms of French Empire, ‘Exposition Universelle Agriculture, Industrie Beaux Arts, Paris 1855’, surrounded by arms of participating countries, awarded to ‘T. Kemp & Sons, 1855’, bearing stamp ‘Argent’, in original Morocco leather case, velvet lined, with tooled gilt inscription ‘Expositiion Universelle de 1855, Medaille de 1re Class’, diameter 60mm Provenance: This medal was awarded to silk manufacturer Thomas Kemp & Sons. Thomas Kemp & Sons were based at No. 20 Spital Square, London and are known to have exhibited at the Great Exhibition in 1851. Owner Thomas Kemp retired in 1857 to Orford House, Walthamstow. Inherited by Mr. Kemp’s great-granddaughter. £200-£300

650. Pobjoy Mint - Isle of Man 1974 Legal Tender 22ct gold proof four coin set limited edition no 0141/2500 with certificate, comprising £5, £2, sovereign and half sovereign, in a fitted case, weight approx. 68.51g £1,800-£2,200

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651. A silver double Albert curblink watch chain, silver crowns and coins, an open faced silver fob watch and various medals the watch chain with T bar, attached a silver mounted an American 1976 Eisenhower dollar, a George Iv crown, 2 x Victoria crowns, 1889, and 1893 Victoria half crown 1889, a modern circular silver pill box embossed with a maiden in profile, various Buffalo Medals etc., (qty), various, weighable silver approx. 7.38ozt £80-£120

652. Peoples Bank of China. China 30th anniversary (1949-1979) of the founding of the People’s Republic of China 1949-1979 set of four commemorative 22ct gold proof 400 yuan coins, in capsules in a fitted wooden case, diameter 27mm, total weight approx. 76.6g £1,500-£1,800

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653. The Genius of Leonardo Da Vinci, a cased set of fifty silver and silver gilt medallions by John Pinches, weigh approx. 86ozt £800-£1,200

655. Royal Mint 2009 Brilliant Uncirculated eleven coin set (Kew garden 50 pence piece) together with a collection of silver proof and other coins comprising silver coins: 1951 Festival of Britain Crown, boxed, 2010 Britannia, £5: 2003, 2015, proof £1: 1995, 1997, 2007 and 2016 proof The last ‘Round Pound’ £1, 1951-2001 Festival of Britain commemorative crown and silver ingot set, etc., together with a 1997 proof ten coin collection in a fitted case, 1994, 1994,2004, 2010 brilliant uncirculated sets, various other commemoratives, a 1939 Czechoslovakia Shall Be Free Again Medal By Medallic Art Co. NY., etc., (qty), silver weight approx. 5ozt £100-£200 656. A collection of mostly 19th century and pre 1920 silver coins together with quantity of post 1920 silver coins to include Victoria crown 1888, half crowns: 1842, 1849, 1887, Victoria shilling: 1866, 1867, 1884, weight of pre 1920 silver coins approx. 13.84ozt post 1920 silver coins approx. 17.61ozt £250-£300 657. An Elizabeth I sixpence 1574 and a James I shilling 1607 second, mm grapes, together with a George III sixpence, 1787, a George III Irish 1805 five pence bank token, a Louis XIII copper coin dated 1652, A George III crown, 1819, a George IV shilling 1825, an Edward VII florin, 1910 and an Eastbourne Ornithological Society Prize medal, (7), various £70-£90

654. Hallmark Replicas. Limited edition Royal Wedding Stamp Replica Issue 22ct gold and Britannia standard silver ingots commemorating the wedding of Princess Anne and Captain Mark Phillips limited numbered edition 863/3000, with certificate in a fitted case, weight of 22ct gold ingot 26.3g, silver ingot approx. 0.85ozt £600-£800

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Auction of Antiques & Collectables

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February 2022 Highlights from our forthcoming sale

Utagawa Hiroshige (Japanese, 1797-1858) nine woodblock prints form the Sixty Odd Provinces series £700-£900

An Egyptian Wood Headrest probably 6th Dynasty, 2360-2195 B.C. £6,000-£8,000

A late 19th century continental white metal and enamel aide memoire c.1900 £200-£300

Invitation to consign by 15 December 2021


A N T I Q TU E RS M&S C&O LC LOENCDTI AT BI OL NE S

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR BIDDERS AND BUYERS Each auction is prepared in advance and is on public view at the saleroom for one day before the sale, and the morning of the sale. No passes or appointments are required

CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS All lots are offered subject to Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd’s Conditions of Business ESTIMATES AND RESERVES

PAYMENT

Estimates are published as a guide only and are subject to review. The actual hammer price of a lot may be higher or lower than the range of figures given and there are no predetermined starting prices. Estimates may be subject to revision. Published estimates are exclusive of buyer’s premium and VAT

Payment is due in sterling immediately after the sale and before purchases can be released. Payment in person can be made in the saleroom on the day of the auction. After this, payments must be made by post, card transactions by telephone or electronic transfer to our bank. Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd welcomes the following methods of payment:

All lots are subject to reserves. The reserve price is never higher than the low pre-sale estimate

DEBIT CARD BUYER’S PREMIUM AND VAT

We are pleased to accept Debit Cards

A buyer’s premium of 24% is applicable to all the lots in this sale. The buyer’s premium is inclusive of VAT at the current standard rate (20%), Lots are normally offered for sale under the auctioneers margin scheme and VAT is payable on the buyer’s premium by all buyers Lots marked with a dagger † will be offered under normal UK VAT rules and VAT will be charged on both the hammer price and the buyer’s premium Lots marked with a  will be exempt from VAT PRE-SALE EXHIBITION All auctions are on public view the day before the sale and on the morning of the sale CONDITION REPORTS All prospective bidders are encouraged to attend the pre-sale exhibition and view the lots in person. If this is not possible, we will be pleased to provide a brief condition report where practical. All condition reports are provided in good faith. Buyers are reminded that it is their responsibility to satisfy themselves of the condition of lots. All weights and measurements are approximate only. Please refer to Conditions of Business for further information

STERLING BANKER’S DRAFT OR BUILDING SOCIETY CHEQUE We are pleased to accept a Sterling Banker’s Draft or a Building Society cheque drawn on a recognised UK bank or building society STERLING CHEQUE OR CASH Cheques are not acceptable tender unless agreed in advance by Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd. Cash payments will not be accepted above the amount of £6,000 ELECTRONIC AND WIRE TRANSFERS Wire transfers can be made directly to our bank: National Westminster Bank plc 33 High Street West Wickham Kent BR4 0WH Sort Code: 60-23-22

BIDDING IN PERSON

Account Number: 79995810

To bid with us you must register to obtain a bidding number. You will be asked to provide proof of identity. All lots sold will be invoiced in the name and address in which the paddle has been registered and will not and cannot be transferred to other names or addresses. If you instruct an agent to bid on your behalf, you will need to provide a letter of authority to this effect.

Account Name: Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd

ABSENTEE & TELEPHONE BIDDING

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE FULL AMOUNT OWED MUST BE TRANSFERRED. CATHERINE SOUTHON AUCTIONEERS & VALUERS LTD WILL NOT ACCEPT TRANSFER CHARGES. ALL BANK TRANSFER/COMMISSION CHARGES MUST BE PAID BY THE BUYER

Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd is pleased to execute bids on behalf of clients unable to attend the sale in person. All bids should be submitted in writing and in good time, no later than 4.00pm on the day prior to the sale. No absentee or telephone bidding requests will be accepted without a landline telephone number. Lots will be purchased as cheaply as possible (subject to other bids received, reserves and competition in the saleroom), It will be possible to arrange auction room telephone bidding, but subject always to the availability of lines and staffing. These services are offered free of charge and are subject to our Conditions of Business

IBAN: GB47 NWBK 6023 2279 9958 10 Swift Code: NWBKGB2L BIC: NWBK GB 2L

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CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS FOR SELLERS The Conditions of Business for Sellers govern all aspects of the consignment, report, holding and sale of Property by Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd and the Conditions of Business for Buyers, as printed in sale catalogues and available from Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd upon request. Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd act as agent for Sellers. Conditions of Business for Buyers and/or Sellers may be amended by additional terms printed in the sale catalogue and/or by notices posted up in the saleroom or announced by the auctioneer. DEFINITIONS “Seller” is the owner of the Property, their agent, executors or the person in possession of the Property (as appropriate) “The Company” means Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd., Lygon House, 50 London Road, Bromley, BR1 3RA, Company registration number “Seller’s Commission” is the commission The Company charges Sellers of Property. “Expenses” are The Company’s expenses, fees and charges relating to the Property, including legal expenses, insurance charges, illustration fees, administration fees, customs duties, shipping and packing costs and any other expenses and VAT on these amounts “Buyer’s Premium” is the commission The Company charges Buyers of Property “Hammer Price” is the highest bid for the Property accepted by the auctioneer “Reserve Price” is the minimum Hammer Price at which the Property may be sold, as agreed between the Seller and The Company “Net Sale Proceeds” are the proceeds of sale actually received by The Company, less Seller’s Commission, Buyer’s Premium and Expenses. “Property” means any item or items of any kind accepted by The Company with a view to its or their sale at auction “Buyer” means the bidder (including a commission bidder) whom The Company has accepted by the fall of the auctioneer’s hammer “Deliberate Forgery” means an imitation made with the intention of deceiving as to authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source but which is unequivocally described in the catalogue as being the work of a particular creator and which at the date of the sale had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been in accordance with the description. The Seller’s Commission, Hammer Price, Buyer’s Premium and all Expenses are subject to VAT, where applicable

1. SELLER’S WARRANTIES (a) The Seller warrants to The Company and the Buyer that:(i) the Seller is the owner of the Property or is properly authorised to sell it; (ii) the Seller shall transfer possession and good title in the Property to the Buyer, free from any third party claims; (iii) the Seller has provided all relevant information about the ownership, condition, authenticity, attribution, provenance and import/export history of the Property; (iv) there are no copyright or other restrictions on The Company’s rights to produce and publish images of the Property. (b) The Seller will indemnify The Company, its directors, employees, officers and Buyers of the Property against all losses and damages resulting from a breach of any of these warranties or other Conditions of Business. The Company may cancel, rescind or postpone sales of Property where it reasonably believes that there has been or may be a breach of these warranties or any other Conditions of Business by the Seller

Company’s standard rates. The Company reserves the right to pay out of its commissions a fee to any third party introducing Sellers or Property to it (f) Sellers are prohibited from bidding on their own Property.

3. WITHDRAWAL OF PROPERTY (a) If the Seller withdraws any Property from sale after their written agreement to sell it, The Company may charge the Seller 50% of the Seller’s Commission and Buyer’s Premium that The Company would have received had the Property sold at its mid estimate, plus all Expenses (the “Withdrawal Fee”), (b) The Company may withdraw any Property from sale without liability for any of the following reasons:- if (i) it reasonably believes that the authenticity or attribution is questionable; (ii) it reasonably believes that the Seller’s Warranties or other Conditions of Business have been breached; (iii) there is a competing ownership claim or lien over the Property; (iv) the Property does not have all licences and permits required by law, including those required under the Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES); (v) the condition of the Property has deteriorated since consignment; (vi) the auction has been postponed for any reason. (c) If the Property is withdrawn for any of reasons 3(b)(ii), or (iii) the Seller shall pay the Withdrawal Fee, as per Condition 3(a), If withdrawn for any other reason, the Property shall be returned to the Seller at the Seller’s expense.

4. EXCLUSION OF LIABILITY (a) The Company shall not be liable for any errors or omissions in any written or oral information provided to Sellers or for acts or omissions relating to the conduct of the auction or any other matter relating to the sale of Property, whether negligent or otherwise, subject always to Condition 4(c), (b) Without prejudice to Condition 4(a), any claim against The Company shall be limited to the Net Sale Proceeds for the relevant Property. The Company shall not in any circumstances be liable for any indirect or consequential losses (c) The Company’s liability to the Seller in respect of death or personal injury caused by The Company’s negligent acts or omissions shall not be excluded or limited

5. LOSS OR DAMAGE TO PROPERTY (a) Unless otherwise agreed in writing, The Company will assume the risk of loss or damage to Property received from the Seller until:(i) risk passes to the Buyer; or (ii) if unsold, 30 days after the sale or when released to the Seller (whichever is earlier); or (iii) 6 months after receipt of the Property by The Company, if not consigned for sale (b) If damage or loss occurs whilst the Property is at the risk of The Company, the maximum amount of The Company’s liability shall be: (i) the Hammer Price of the Property, if sold;

2. SALE PREPARATION

(ii) the Reserve Price of the Property or as otherwise stated on the Property Receipt, if unsold; or

(a) The Company shall have sole discretion as to how Property is described, illustrated and marketed, and the date, venue and conduct of the sale.

(iii) the mid estimate, if not offered for sale (or The Company’s reasonable estimate of auction value where there are no pre-sale estimates);

(b) All oral or written estimates, appraisals and reports are statements of opinion only, and may not be relied upon as a prediction of the sale price and may be revised from time to time by The Company. The Company is not responsible for error of description (made either orally or in any catalogue) or for the genuineness or authenticity of any lot

less Seller’s Commission and Expenses

(c) The Company may, without obligation, consult with third party experts and carry out such other research for the Property as it deems necessary. The Company may transfer possession of the Property to such third parties and shall not be responsible for the acts and omissions of such third parties (d) The Company shall have the absolute right to produce and publish images of any Property consigned for sale and will retain copyright in any such images it produces (e) The Company will charge a Buyer’s Premium on the sale of the Property at The

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(c) The Company will not be liable for any loss or damage caused by:- (i) normal wear and tear, gradual deterioration or inherent vice or defect; (ii) errors in processing; (iii) war or radioactive contamination

6. VAT If any Property is an asset of the Seller’s business, the Seller must notify The Company on delivery of the Property to The Company, whether or not he is registered for VAT purposes and if so, his registered number and whether or not he intends to operate the VAT Used Goods Scheme covering amongst other goods, works of art and antiques


A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 7. POST AUCTION SALES

re-sale plus all relevant Expenses

If any Property fails to sell at auction, The Company shall be entitled for a period of 35 days after the auction to sell the Property privately for no less than the Reserve Price (unless otherwise agreed with the Seller) and on the terms of these Conditions of Business.

(c) If the Seller deposits the Property with The Company for more than 1 year and neither collects or consigns it for sale, The Company shall be entitled to sell such Property at a future sale conducted by The Company or elsewhere, with estimates and reserves at The Company’s discretion, after giving the Seller 60 days written notice sent to the Seller’s last known address

8. PAYMENT OF NET SALE PROCEEDS (a) Subject in all cases to prior receipt of cleared funds by The Company and subject to rescission of the sale under Condition 10, 35 days after the sale date or 5 working days after receipt of cleared funds from the Buyer (whichever is later), The Company shall send the Seller the Net Sale Proceeds in pounds sterling, less any other amounts owed by the Seller to The Company. (b) The Company shall not be obliged to check the ability of Buyers to pay for Property and shall have absolute discretion whether to use any of the rights and remedies against defaulting Buyers contained in the Conditions of Business for Buyers.

9. UNSOLD/ UNCOLLECTED PROPERTY (a) The Company will advise Sellers whether or not their Property has sold. Unsold Property may either:(i) be reconsigned for sale; or (ii) be collected by the Seller, in which case a Reduced Commission of 50% of the Seller’s Commission may be payable calculated as if the Property sold for its Reserve Price (where applicable), plus relevant Expenses. (b) If the Seller does not reconsign or collect the Property within 60 days of the auction as per Condition 8(a) (i) or (ii) above, The Company shall be released from any duty of bailment and may in its sole discretion be entitled to:-

10. RESCISSION OF SALES The Company may rescind the sale where it reasonably believes that the Property is a Deliberate Forgery, in which case The Company shall send the Seller a notice of such rescission. The Seller agrees to return to The Company the Net Sale Proceeds received from the sale of such Property together with any additional Expenses incurred by The Company. The Company will return the Property to the Seller upon receipt of the Net Sale Proceeds and Expenses, unless prevented from doing so for reasons beyond The Company’s control

11. DATA PROTECTION (a) The Company will use information supplied by Sellers or otherwise obtained lawfully by The Company for the provision of auction related services, client administration, marketing and as otherwise required by law. (b) By agreeing to these Conditions of Business, the Seller agrees to the processing of their personal information and to the disclosure of such information to third parties world-wide for the purposes outlined in Condition 11(a),

12. MISCELLANEOUS

(i) transfer the Property to independent storage at the Seller’s expense; or

(a) If any part of these Conditions of Business be held unenforceable, the remaining parts shall remain in full force and effect

(ii) re-offer the Property at auction for no less than 50% of the original Reserve Price agreed with the Seller (where applicable), and subject to the Seller’s Commission on the

b) These Conditions of Business shall be interpreted in accordance with English Law under the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts, in favour of The Company.

CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS FOR BUYERS 1. INTRODUCTION

3. EXAMINATION OF LOTS

(a) The contractual relationship of Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd and Sellers with prospective Buyers is governed by:

(a) THE COMPANYs knowledge of lots is partly dependent on information provided by the Seller and THE COMPANY is unable to exercise exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Each lot is available for examination before sale. Bidders are responsible for carrying out examinations and research before sale to satisfy themselves over the condition of lots and accuracy of descriptions

(i) these Conditions of Business for Buyers; (ii) the Conditions of Business for Sellers displayed in the saleroom and available from Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd; (iii) any additional notices and terms printed in the sale catalogue, in each case as amended by any saleroom notice or auctioneer’s announcement (b) As auctioneer, Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd acts as agent for the Seller. Occasionally, Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd may own or have a financial interest in a lot

2. DEFINITIONS “Bidder” is any person making, attempting or considering making a bid, including Buyers; “Buyer” is the person who makes the highest bid or offer accepted by the auctioneer, including a Buyer’s principal when bidding as agent; “Seller” is the person offering a lot for sale, including their agent, or executors; “THE COMPANY” means Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd., registered office: Lygon House, 50 London Road, Bromley BR1 3RA. Company Registration number: 08020183; “Buyer’s Expenses” are any costs or expenses due to Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd from the Buyer; “Buyer’s Premium” is the commission payable by the Buyer on the Hammer Price at the current rate of 24% (inc VAT); “Hammer Price” is the highest bid for the Property accepted by the auctioneer at the auction or the post auction sale price; “Purchase Price” is the Hammer Price plus applicable Buyer’s Premium and Buyer’s Expenses; “Reserve Price” (where applicable) is the minimum Hammer Price at which the Seller has agreed to sell a lot The Buyer’s Premium, Buyer’s Expenses and Hammer Price are subject to VAT, where applicable

(b) All oral and/or written information provided to Bidders relating to lots, including descriptions in the catalogue, condition reports or elsewhere are statements of THE COMPANY’s opinion and not representations of fact. Each lot is sold by the Seller with any and all errors of description, faults and imperfections. All weights and measurements are approximate and should not be relied upon as fact. Estimates may not be relied on as a prediction of the selling price or value of the lot and may be revised from time to time at THE COMPANY’s absolute discretion

4. EXCLUSIONS AND LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY TO BUYERS (a) THE COMPANY shall refund the Purchase Price to the Buyer in circumstances where it deems that the lot is a Counterfeit (b) Subject to Condition 4(a), neither THE COMPANY nor the Seller: (i) is liable for any errors or omissions in any oral or written information provided to Bidders by THE COMPANY, whether negligent or otherwise; (ii) gives any guarantee or warranty to Bidders and any implied warranties and conditions are excluded (save in so far as such obligations cannot be excluded by English law), other than the express warranties given by the Seller to the Buyer (for which the Seller is solely responsible) under the Conditions of Business for Sellers; (iii) accepts responsibility to Bidders for acts or omissions (whether negligent or otherwise) by THE COMPANY in connection with the conduct of auctions or for any matter relating to the sale of any lot (c) Without prejudice to Condition 4(b), any claim against THE COMPANY and/ or the Seller by a Bidder is limited to the Purchase Price for the relevant lot. Neither THE COMPANY nor the Seller shall be liable for any indirect or consequential losses (d) Nothing in Condition 4 shall exclude or limit the liability of THE COMPANY or the Seller for death or personal injury caused by the negligent acts or omissions of THE COMPANY or the Seller

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A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 5. BIDDING AT AUCTION (a) THE COMPANY has absolute discretion to refuse admission to the auction. Before sale, Bidders must complete a Registration Form and supply such information and references as THE COMPANY requires. Bidders are personally liable for their bid and are jointly and severally liable with their principal, if bidding as agent (in which case THE COMPANY’s prior and express consent must be obtained) (b) THE COMPANY advises Bidders to attend the auction, but THE COMPANY will endeavour to execute absentee written bids provided that they are, in THE COMPANY’s opinion, received in sufficient time and in legible form (c) When available, written and telephone bidding is offered as a free service at the Bidder’s risk and subject to THE COMPANY’s other commitments; THE COMPANY is therefore not liable for failure to execute such bids. Telephone bidding may be recorded

Purchase Price and the amount achieved on re-sale, including all costs incurred in such re-sale; (g) Exercise a lien over any Buyer’s Property in THE COMPANY’s possession, applying the sale proceeds to any amounts owed by the Buyer to THE COMPANY. THE COMPANY shall give the Buyer 14 days written notice before exercising such lien; (h) commence legal proceedings to recover the Purchase Price for the lot, plus interest and legal costs; (i) disclose the Buyer’s details to the Seller to enable the Seller to commence legal proceedings

10. FAILURE TO COLLECT PURCHASES

6. IMPORT, EXPORT AND COPYRIGHT RESTRICTIONS

(a) If the Buyer pays the Purchase Price but does not collect the lot within 10 working days of the auction, the lot will be stored at the Buyer’s expense and risk at THE COMPANY’s premises or in independent storage

THE COMPANY and the Seller make no representations or warranties as to whether any lot is subject to import, export or copyright restrictions. It is the Buyer’s sole responsibility to obtain any copyright clearance or any necessary import, export or other licence required by law, including licenses required by law under the International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES)

(b) If a lot is paid for but uncollected within 1 month of the auction, following 60 days written notice to the Buyer, THE COMPANY will re-sell the lot by auction or privately, with estimates and reserves at THE COMPANY’s discretion. The sale proceeds, less all THE COMPANY’s costs, will be forfeited unless collected by the Buyer within 2 years of the original auction

7. CONDUCT OF THE AUCTION

11. DATA PROTECTION

(a) The auctioneer has discretion to refuse bids, withdraw or re-offer lots for sale (including after the fall of the hammer) if (s)he believes that there may be an error or dispute, and may also take such other action as (s)he reasonably deems necessary.(b) The auctioneer will commence and advance the bidding in such increments as (s)he considers appropriate and is entitled to place bids on the Seller’s behalf up to the Reserve Price for the lot, where applicable

(a) THE COMPANY will use information supplied by Bidders or otherwise obtained lawfully by THE COMPANY for the provision of auction related services, client administration, marketing and as otherwise required by law (b) By agreeing to these Conditions of Business, the Bidder agrees to the processing of their personal information and to the disclosure of such information to third parties worldwide for the purposes outlined in Condition 11(a) and to Sellers as per Condition 9(i)

(c) Subject to Condition 7(a), the contract between the Buyer and the Seller is concluded on the striking of the auctioneer’s hammer (d) Any post-auction sale of lots shall incorporate these Conditions of Business

8. PAYMENT AND COLLECTION (a) Unless otherwise agreed in advance, payment of the Purchase Price is due in pounds sterling immediately after the auction (the “Payment Date”) (b) Title in a lot will not pass to the Buyer until THE COMPANY has received the Purchase Price in cleared funds. THE COMPANY will generally not release a lot to a Buyer before payment. Earlier release shall not affect passing of title or the Buyer’s obligation to pay the Purchase Price, as above (c) The refusal of any licence or permit required by law, as outlined in Condition 6, shall not affect the Buyer’s obligation to pay for the lot, as per Condition 8(a) (d) The Buyer must arrange collection of lots immediately after the sale on the day of the auction, or until 12noon on the day after the auction; failing this, only on prior agreement, a mutually convenient day agreed by The Company and the Buyer. Purchased lots are at the Buyer’s risk from the earlier of (i) collection or release to a nominated carrier (ii) 5 working days after the auction. Until risk passes, THE COMPANY will compensate the Buyer for any loss or damage to the lot up to a maximum of the Purchase Price actually paid by the Buyer. THE COMPANY’s assumption of risk is subject to the exclusions detailed in Condition 5(d) of the Conditions of Business for Sellers. (e) All packing and handling of lots is at the Buyer’s risk. THE COMPANY will not be liable for any acts or omissions of third party packers or shippers

9. REMEDIES FOR NON-PAYMENT Without prejudice to any rights that the Seller may have, if the Buyer without prior agreement fails to make payment for the lot within 5 working days of the auction, THE COMPANY may in its sole discretion exercise 1 or more of the following remedies:(a) store the lot at its premises or elsewhere at the Buyer’s sole risk and expense; (b) cancel the sale of the lot;

12. MISCELLANEOUS (a) All images of lots, catalogue descriptions and all other materials produced by THE COMPANY are the copyright of THE COMPANY (b) These Conditions of Business are not assignable by any Buyer without THE COMPANY’s prior written consent, but are binding on Bidders’ successors, assigns and representatives (c) The materials listed in Condition 1(a) set out the entire agreement between the parties (d) If any part of these Conditions of Business be held unenforceable, the remaining parts shall remain in full force and effect (e) These Conditions of Business shall be interpreted in accordance with English Law, under the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts, in favour of THE COMPANY.

13. ARTIST’S RESALE RIGHTS From 14th February 2006 all UK art market professionals (which includes, but is not limited to; auctioneers, dealers, galleries, agents and other intermediaries) are required to collect a royalty payment for all works of art that have been produced by living artists. This payment is only calculated on qualifying works of art which are sold for a hammer price more than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 1,000 – the UK sterling equivalent will fluctuate in line with prevailing exchange rates, for an estimate of the current UK sterling equivalent, please refer to the front of this catalogue. It is entirely the responsibility of the buyer to acquaint himself with the actual EURO to UK Sterling exchange rate on the day of the sale in this regard. The actual qualifying threshold will be calculated by the Artist’s Resale Right Service Hub based on the European Central Bank reference rate published at 2.15pm on the day of the sale, and can be found on www.dacs.org.uk. All items in this catalogue that are marked with ‡ are potentially qualifying items, and the royalty charge will be applied if the hammer price achieved is more than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 1,000. The royalty charge will be added to all relevant invoices, and must be paid before items can be cleared. All royalty charges are paid to the Design and Artists Copyright Society (‘DACS’), no handling costs or additional fees with respect to these charges will be retained by the auctioneer.

(e) charge interest at 4% per annum above NatWest Bank Base Rate from the Payment Date to the date that the Purchase Price is received in cleared funds;

The royalty charge that will be applied to qualifying items which achieve a hammer price of more than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 1,000, but less than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 50,000 is 4% payable by the buyer. For qualifying items that sell for more than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 50,000 a sliding scale of royalty charges will apply – for a complete list of the royalty charges and threshold levels, please see www.dacs.org.uk. There is no VAT payable on this royalty charge.

(f) re-sell the lot by auction or privately, with estimates and reserves at THE COMPANY’s discretion, in which case the Buyer will be liable for any shortfall between the original

For all questions relating the regulations regarding Droit de Suite royalty charges, please see www.dacs.org.uk, telephone +44 (0) 845 410 3410, or email arr@dacs.org.uk.

(c) set off any amounts owed to the Buyer by THE COMPANY against any amounts owed to THE COMPANY by the Buyer for the lot; (d) reject future bids from the Buyer;

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