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19th & 20th November 2019

Prinknash Abbey Park Gloucestershire GL4 8EU

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Auction Catalogue Tuesday 19th & Wednesday 20th November 2019

Prinknash Abbey Park Gloucestershire GL4 8EU

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NEXT AUCTION Tuesday 28 & Wednesday 29 January 2020


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AUCTION Tuesday 19th November 2019 and Wednesday 20th November 2019 starting at 10am each day

Prinknash Abbey Park Gloucestershire GL4 8EU

Viewing Sunday 17th November 10am-4pm Monday 18th November 9am-4pm Sale mornings 8.30am-10am

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All Lots offered subject to Chorley’s Terms of Sale, as published at the back of this catalogue and available on our website.

If you cannot attend the auction to view in person, you will find many additional images and condition reports in our online catalogue at Please contact us with any specific questions and we will be pleased to help.

BIDDING: There are a number of ways to bid at our auctions ● In person ● Commission (absentee) bid ● Telephone bid ● Online via third-party website See our website or contact us for further information. INTERNET PLATFORMS: Live internet bidding is available for this auction on these platforms, subject to an additional fee

PAYMENT: We accept payment by debit card, credit card, cash or bank transfer (maximum payment by cash or credit card £1,000 per buyer per auction). COLLECTION: It is the responsibility of the purchaser to make collection arrangements. All purchased lots in this auction must be paid for and collected from Chorley’s salerooms by 5pm on Friday 29th November. Any items remaining after this time will be removed to storage at the purchaser’s expense.

FEES: Buyer’s premium (+ VAT at 20%) will be charged to the purchaser on top of the hammer price of each lot purchased, at the following rates: 20% (24% incl. VAT) on the first £100,000 15% (18% incl. VAT) on the excess between £100,000.01 and £500,000 12.5% (15% incl. VAT) on the excess between £500,000.01 and £1,000,000 10% (12% incl. VAT) on any balance exceeding £1,000,000 Artist’s Resale Right (ARR) derives from a European Directive and came into force in the UK in 2006. Living artists and the descendants of artists deceased within the last 70 years are entitled to receive a resale royalty each time their work is bought. The right only applies when the sale price reaches or exceeds the sterling equivalent of €1,000. The fee is calculated on a sliding scale and charged to the buyer as a percentage of the hammer price, and in addition to the buyer’s premium. ARR is not subject to VAT. Please note ARR is calculated in Euros and the auctioneers will apply current exchange rates. This fee is passed on by Chorley’s to the artist’s collecting society. Applies to lots with hammer value over €1,000 as follows: €1,000 to €50,000 – 4%, €50,000.01 to €200,000 – 3% €200,000.01 to €350,000 – 1%, €350,000.01 to €500,000 – 0.5% Exceeding €500,000 – 0.25%. ARR is capped at €12,500


Gloucestershire's Fine Art Auctioneers The beautiful grounds of Prinknash Abbey are located in the heart of the Cotswolds, midway between Cheltenham, Cirencester, Stroud and Gloucester and easily accessible from the M5 / M4 / M40. Chorley's salerooms can be found next to the Abbey's popular tea rooms, and there is always plentiful parking which makes delivering and collecting items easy. We conduct frequent auctions of high quality antiques and art, as well as offering valuation services for private and corporate clients. Our experienced valuers and saleroom staff are bound by the values of integrity, honesty and professionalism and we are members of the Society of Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers (SOFAA) and the Association of Accredited Auctioneers (AAA). Our salerooms are open for free appraisals every Friday between 10am and 4pm. We look forward to welcoming you soon.


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DAY ONE Tuesday 19th November 2019 at 10am Jewellery, Watches & Coins Objets de Vertu Silver, Plate & White Metal Glass & Ceramics Asian Works of Art Works of Art Model Planes, Boats & Trains Miscellaneous Items Clocks & Barometers Militaria & Textiles



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DAY TWO Wednesday 20th November 2019 at 10am Furniture & Outside Effects Rugs & Carpets Lighting Pictures

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Explanation of Cataloguing Practice Pictures


When offering Oil Paintings, Watercolours and Drawings, a picture code is used. Using one artist's name we illustrate below the manner of attributing the pictures in the catalogue.

Furniture, porcelain, bronzes, etc are attributed as follows:

Arthur Devis In our opinion a work by the artist.

Attributed to Arthur Devis In our opinion a work possibly by or partly by the artist.

A Sheraton period In our opinion made at the same time that Sheraton was active.

Sheraton style or of Sheraton design In our opinion of later manufacture.

Dated 1660

School of Arthur Devis

In our opinion a genuine date.

In our opinion a work contemporary with the artist and showing his influence.

Carved with the date 1660

Manner of Arthur Devis In our opinion a work in the artist's style and of a later date.

After Devis In our opinion a copy of a known work by the artist (of any date).

Signed, Dated, Inscribed In our opinion the work has been signed/dated/inscribed by the artist.

Bears Signature; Bears a Date; Bears an Inscription

In our opinion a later decoration.

A Derby figure In our opinion a figure from the Derby factory.

Possibly Derby In our opinion this is similar to a Derby product.

By In our opinion made by the artist or modeller in question.

After In our opinion made by another artist or modeller as a copy of the original.

In our opinion the signature/date/inscription is by a hand other than the artist.

Dimensions These are given height before width.

Symbols ARR Lot subject to Artist’s Resale Right (see page 1 for further information) ◆ Lot contains an element of pre-1947 ivory or other organic material which may be subject to export restrictions. † Lot subject to VAT on the hammer price, as well as on the Buyer’s Premium.

Condition Condition information is not usually provided in our printed catalogue, but is available upon request. Further images and some condition reports can be viewed on our online catalogue at The absence of a condition report does not imply that a lot is without imperfections. Books are not collated unless stated and are not guaranteed to be complete. Purchasers of old wines must assure themselves regarding ullage levels, labels, etc. No returns will be accepted. Catalogue produced by Pardy & Son (Printers) Ltd


Day One Tuesday 19th November 2019

Jewellery, Watches & Coins

9. A quantity of costume jewellery £80-120 (+Fees*)

1. A single row of sixty-five graduated cultured pearls, 6mm to 9mm, the platinum snap set with three diamonds within a border of rose cut diamonds, 56cm long £200-300 (+Fees*)

10. A 22ct gold wedding band, approximately 6.2gm and another approximately 4.6gm £200-400 (+Fees*) 11. An 18ct gold signet ring (worn) approximately 11.4gm Note: Crest of Ker and others £180-220 (+Fees*)

2. A Victorian pinchbeck chain link necklace, with hand clasp, 85cm long £80-120 (+Fees*)

12. A pair of 9ct gold cufflinks, initialled PK, approximately 9.2gm and an unhallmarked yellow metal guard chain, approximately 23.8gm £200-400 (+Fees*)

3. A three-stone diamond ring, of crossover design to an 18ct yellow gold shank, size Q 1/2 £300-500 (+Fees*)

13. A citrine and pearl brooch, of oblong form, 3cm x 2.8cm, a smaller citrine brooch and an early 19th Century brooch with plaited hair £100-150 (+Fees*)

4. A hardstone signet ring, the shield shaped intaglio carved matrix set in 18ct yellow gold, size O and a 9ct gold brooch with horseshoe and hunting crop terminal (with base metal pin), gross weight approximately 8.9gm £120-180 (+Fees*) 5. A Rolex Oyster Perpetual Day-Date gentleman’s automatic wristwatch with gold bracelet, model 118238, with gold baton dial and yellow gold fluted bezel and case no F496956, the segmented yellow gold bracelet no 83208 Note: Purchased new 3rd September 2004, complete with Rolex box, receipt and service history see illustration £6000-8000 (+Fees*) 6. A set of four onyx dress buttons, set in 9ct gold and platinum, cased by RJ Emerson Ltd, Burlington Arcade, a pair of mother-of-pearl shirt studs set in 9ct gold and platinum, a 15ct brooch centred by the letter S in pearls, three 9ct gold pins and a pair of gold plated cufflinks £120-180 (+Fees*)

Lot 5

14. An Iberian paste set stomacher of dove form and sundry jewellery including marcasite, costume, etc. £80-120 (+Fees*) 15. A tourmaline pendant with border of eight rose cut diamonds to a fine 9ct gold neck chain, pendant 3.2cm wide see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*) 16. A diamond starburst brooch/pendant, the pin removable, 3cm wide, approximately 6.8gm see illustration £400-600 (+Fees*)

Lot 15

17. A diamond bar brooch, with central oval panel, 4.5cm wide and a diamond and pearl bar brooch £200-400 (+Fees*) 18. An Edwardian diamond five-stone ring set in 15ct gold, size N £150-200 (+Fees*)

7. A diamond stick pin with fox terminal, the running fox with ruby eye, cased £80-120 (+Fees*) 8. A quantity of gold stick pins, rings etc. £200-300 (+Fees*) Lot 16 6

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25. A sapphire and diamond cluster ring, in a galleried setting to an unhallmarked yellow metal shank, size I ½ £100-150 (+Fees*)

Lot 19

19. A diamond five-stone ring in a scroll setting to an 18ct yellow gold shank, size O see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*) 20. An unhallmarked yellow metal chain with clip to one end, approximately 24.7gm £180-220 (+Fees*) 21. A sapphire and diamond cluster ring, the stones abraded, a five-stone ring and a precious metal ring of ropetwist form £120-180 (+Fees*) 22. A 14k gold pendant centred by a gem set flower to a flattened curb link border, approximately 12.5gm on a yellow gold neck chain, approximately 4.6gm £150-200 (+Fees*) 23. A gem set bracelet by Cropp & Farr, set in 9ct gold, gross weight 14gm £150-200 (+Fees*) 24. Two late Victorian gem set dress rings, an opal ring and another ring £120-180 (+Fees*)

26. An amethyst three-stone brooch, the three oval stones claw set to an unhallmarked yellow metal setting (damaged) 4.5cm wide and an amethyst three-stone ring to a 9ct gold shank £70-90 (+Fees*) 27. A gem set owl brooch in a 9ct gold setting and another brooch modelled as five birds seated on a branch, 3.5cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*) 28. A ruby and diamond flower brooch by Kutchinsky, 1966, the flower with domed ruby and diamond centre to two rows of pierced petals, set in 18ct gold, 4.5cm long, approximately 13.5gm see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*) 29. A coral bead necklace, the graduated beads to a carved coral clasp and a quantity of amber beads £150-200 (+Fees*) 30. A Georgian paste set buckle bordered by pink pear shaped stones, 9cm wide £50-70 (+Fees*) 31. Sundry commemorative coins, to include some silver examples £20-30 (+Fees*)

Lot 28

32. A quantity of costume jewellery including silver bangle, ear clips etc. £50-70 (+Fees*) 33. A lady’s 18ct gold bracelet watch by Blancpain, the square dial signed Blancpain and concealed beneath a hinged leaf, the bracelet of conforming design (damages), gross weight approximately 68.9gm see illustration £1000-1500 (+Fees*) 34. A diamond and pearl stick pin with cluster terminal, two further stick pins etc., in a leather jewel case, lacking key £100-150 (+Fees*) 35. A 1980 proof gold sovereign, in case of issue £180-220 (+Fees*)

Lot 33 Fees* – Buyer’s Premium on a sliding scale + VAT at 20%. ARR – Some lots may be subject to an additional fee (see page 1)


Lot 36 36. An 18ct gold Italian serpent necklace, the articulated mouth clasping the tail, the head with red stone eyes, approximately 48cm long see illustration £800-1200 (+Fees*)

Objets de Vertu

37. A .333 standard gold bracelet of articulated form, 19cm long, approximately 26.7gm £200-300 (+Fees*)

46. A Georgian tortoiseshell oval snuff box inlaid a gilded urn with surround of swags, 7cm wide and another inlaid an oval and garland of flowers and foliage, 7cm wide £150-200 (+Fees*)

38. Five dress rings including a ruby set example in the manner of Andrew Grima, a 14K gold ring set with a turquoise cabochon and a diamond single stone ring in a claw setting (5) £400-600 (+Fees*) 39. A 9ct gold wedding band, two 9ct gold lockets, a broken 9ct tri-colour gold necklace, approximately 25.8gm, an 18ct gold pendant, approximately 2gm, a .333 standard gold wedding band, approximately 3.3gm, a gem set clover brooch set in 9ct gold etc. £250-350 (+Fees*) 40. A Goldette mesh bracelet set with crescent and heart motifs, a smoky quartz dress ring set in 9ct gold, four other rings etc. £80-120 (+Fees*) 41. A diamond and blue enamel pendant locket, centred by a four pointed star and with a glass compartment to the back £600-800 (+Fees*) 42. A citrine dress ring in an 18ct yellow gold setting, an oval citrine pendant on a 9ct gold chain and a triangular pendant on a 9ct gold chain, chains weight approximately 8gm £300-400 (+Fees*) 8

45. A Georgian tortoiseshell etui, the case inlaid swags and ovals, partially fitted, 8cm long £150-200 (+Fees*)

47. Two Georgian tortoiseshell bodkin cases, one inlaid an urn and foliage, the other an oval, 7.5cm long £100-150 (+Fees*) 48. Two Georgian rectangular toothpick boxes inlaid gold scrolls etc., 8cm long £120-150 (+Fees*) 49. A Georgian rectangular tortoiseshell snuff box with piqué work decoration, 7cm long and an oval snuff box with similar decoration, 8cm long £80-120 (+Fees*)

53. A mid 18th Century silver and cowrie shell box, the hinged engraved lid inscribed Anne Sayer 1754 and inside John Ker 1810, 7.75cm wide (damaged) £150-200 (+Fees*) 54. A George III silver and hardstone cartouche-shaped box, marks indistinct, maker possibly RC, the agate set lid with engraved silver rim hinged onto a silver box inscribed WP and EP, the inner lid with oval plaited hair panel, 7cm wide £180-220 (+Fees*) 55. A Scottish ram’s horn snuff mull, the old Sheffield plate lid set with a Cairngorm and inscribed John Ker from IL Close 1812, 9.5cm £80-120 (+Fees*) 56. An early 18th Century pressed horn box, the lid impressed with the Golden Hind above the coat of arms of Sir Francis Drake within a floral scroll cartouche and motto ‘Sic Parvis Magna’ signed John Obrisset and dated 1712, oval, 11.5cm wide see illustration £180-220 (+Fees*)

50. An amber and gold mounted cheroot holder in silver outer case, a silver sovereign holder, a vesta case, a silver clip etc. £80-120 (+Fees*) 51. A shell lidded silver oval box, circa 1780, the lid engraved with floral sprigs and monogrammed EJB with tortoiseshell sides, 9.5cm long £180-220 (+Fees*) 52. A silver mounted shell box, circa 1780, of oval form, the hinged lid monogrammed JB, 6cm long £150-200 (+Fees*)

Lot 56

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62. A Victorian papier-mâché nécessaire, the hinged sloping lid enclosing scissors, thimble, etc., 10cm high £80-120 (+Fees*)


63. Ten Halcyon Days enamel boxes, including egg shaped examples for Easter 1976 and 1986 and the Rain Forest box £60-80 (+Fees*) 64. A run of Halcyon Days Easter Eggs from 1975-1991, two other Halcyon Days enamel boxes and stands for the same, many boxed £100-150 (+Fees*) Lot 60

57. A coquilla nut lion snuff box, circa 1800, realistically carved with bone, teeth and tongue, the back hinged to form a box, 7.75cm £200-300 (+Fees*)

65. A Russian palekh box decorated by Aleksei Figurin (1910-1971) with a scene perhaps from ‘The Little Humpbacked Horse’ by Pyotr Yershov, 15cm wide £40-60 (+Fees*)

70. A canteen of Irish silver thread pattern flatware, Samuel Neville, Dublin 1803, comprising ten table spoons, twenty-one table forks, six dessert forks, a dessert spoon, a pair of basting spoons and a quantity of matching flatware, various dates and makers comprising four table spoons, fourteen table forks, five dessert spoons, a pair of basting spoons, a fish slice, six sauce ladles, a butter knife, a pair of sugar nips and sundry condiment spoons, in a wooden box, gross silver weight approximately 4860gm £1500-2000 (+Fees*) 71. ◆ An Irish silver cheese scoop, J.S., Dublin 1866, with pusher mechanism and ivory handle, 29cm long £200-300 (+Fees*) 72. A set of five Irish silver decanter wine labels, James Le Bas, Dublin 1811, of curved form for Claret, Hock, Champagne, Madeira and Port see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*)

58. ◆ An ivory letter knife with bust of Napoleon terminal (broken), another with maps and another with silver handle £120-180 (+Fees*) 59. A mother-of-pearl visiting card case with relief carved cartouche to front, another card case and sundry trinket boxes £120-180 (+Fees*) 60. An oval micro-mosaic panel depicting Pliny’s doves, 9cm x 6cm, on a gilt metal easel type stand see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*) 61. A Scottish horn snuff mull, incised ‘Grand Father’s Quid’ to the side, the lid monogrammed JP and dated 1861 to the top and ‘This top made by Edwd Rigby 1821’ beneath, a snuff box with crest to cover, a Continental silver spoon and a seal fob ‘Katharine’ £80-120 (+Fees*)

Lot 72

Fees* – Buyer’s Premium on a sliding scale + VAT at 20%. ARR – Some lots may be subject to an additional fee (see page 1)


Lot 74 73. A graduated set of three Irish silver meat skewers, JS Dublin 1863, the longest 32.5cm, crested, approximately 302gm £250-350 (+Fees*)

74. A pair of Irish silver salvers, Samuel Neville & Edward Power, Dublin 1828, with pie-crust and shell border and engraved with full unicorn crested armorial with motto PRO CHRISTO PERICULUM PATRIA DULCE, on three feet, 20.25cm diameter, approximately 798gm see illustration Note: The armorial is for ‘Ker impaling Palgrave’, possibly for the marriage of Elizabeth Matilda Palgrave to John Ker in Dublin, 4th November 1828 £800-1200 (+Fees*)

75. A silver fiddle pattern flatware set, mostly Dublin 1828, unicorn crest and others, comprising ten tablespoons, eleven dessert spoons, seventeen dessert forks, eighteen table forks, basting spoon, twelve teaspoons, one plated soup ladle and two sauce ladles (56), approximately 3750gm see illustration £800-1200 (+Fees*)

Lot 75 (part) Lot 77


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Lot 76 76. An 18th Century Irish silver Warwick cruet, probably Richard Williams, Dublin circa 1770, the stand with ring handle and five circular gadroon rimmed stands on a cinquefoil base with shell feet containing three casters and two cut glass bottles with silver tops, with armorial to cartouche at front, 28cm high approximately 1670gm see illustration £3000-5000 (+Fees*)

77. An Irish silver tumbler cup, Dublin 1795, IE, of plain form, 7.5cm diameter approximately 148gm see illustration £400-600 (+Fees*)

78. A pair of Georgian style silver sauce boats, Birmingham 1910, with double scroll handle and tripod legs, 9cm x 18cm, approximately 344gm £100-150 (+Fees*)

Fees* – Buyer’s Premium on a sliding scale + VAT at 20%. ARR – Some lots may be subject to an additional fee (see page 1)


Lot 82

79. A silver card waiter, Sheffield 1921, with wavy rim, on three feet, faintly inscribed, 16cm diameter, approximately 188gm £70-100 (+Fees*) 80. A silver mustard pot and cover, London 1924, a cream jug, two toast racks, two small ladles, a sugar basin and a napkin ring £100-150 (+Fees*) 81. A set of four silver salts, Chester 1900, of compressed circular form gadrooned with shell feet, and four spoons, 8.25cm diameter, blue glass liners, approximately 598gm £200-300 (+Fees*) 82. An Art Deco silver gilt inkstand and pen tray, Asprey & Co., Birmingham 1930, the inkwell with square canted cover initialled M.D., with engine turned decoration throughout, the stand 17.5cm x 18.5cm, approximately 418gm see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*) 83. A silver salver, William Hutton & Sons Ltd., Sheffield 1923, with pie crust border on three scroll feet, 30.5cm wide, approximately 908gm £300-400 (+Fees*) 84. A provincial silver jug, John Langlands I, Newcastle 1769, with ribbed body and scroll handle, approximately 260gm £200-300 (+Fees*)


85. An oval silver tea caddy, George Unite, Birmingham 1897, with integral caddy spoon within the hinged cover, the caddy with swags to the sides, the spoon with shell bowl, 10cm high, approximately 205gm £150-200 (+Fees*) 86. Two Victorian silver Christening mugs, one WE London 1867, the other with marks rubbed, initialled, 9cm high, approximately 305gm £100-150 (+Fees*) 87. A silver sugar caster, London 1896, of baluster form, 18.5cm high, another caster, three mustard pots and various pepper pots, approximately 550gm £150-200 (+Fees*) 88. ◆ Six pairs of silver dessert knives and forks, HH Sheffield 1888, with ivory handles, another four ivory handled knives and a pair of servers, London 1897, crested £80-120 (+Fees*) 89. An early Victorian silver table bell, Robert Garrard, London 1838, the knopped handle to a domed bell with engraved panelled decoration, 10cm high see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*) 90. A small silver circular box and cover, Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1912, the cover with enamelled armorial of Eton College, 4cm diameter, a pair of match box covers, a small circular vinaigrette (unmarked) and a pill box £70-100 (+Fees*)

Lot 89

91. A Victorian silver snuff box, RR, London 1863, the cover initialled H beneath a coconut, 5.5cm wide, another, AT, Birmingham 1854, initialled JH and another of book form, makers mark only (rubbed) £100-150 (+Fees*) 92. A pair of Georgian style silver sauce boats, W & S, Birmingham 1923, a pair of plated sauce ladles and a silver mustard pot, London 1931, with hinged cover and blue glass liner, approximately 492gm silver weight £150-200 (+Fees*) 93. A set of four silver cauldron salts, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, London 1930, with spoons in a fitted case, a set of six small pedestal cups, ESB, Birmingham 1916, in a fitted case and six silver handled fruit knives, cased, weight approximately 487gm £150-200 (+Fees*) 94. A silver backed travel dressing set, TP, London 1953, comprising hairbrushes, pair of clothes brushes, comb, hand mirror and manicure set £100-150 (+Fees*)

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101. A pair of silver and tortoiseshell menu holders, ESB, Birmingham 1912, of circular form, a pair of small circular dishes, Birmingham 1962, a small hip flask, initialled, a pierced bonbon dish, a hand bell, a pair of scissor action tongs etc £150-200 (+Fees*) 102. A silver cigarette box, AEN, London 1930, cover initialled, 13.5cm wide and two other cigarette boxes £100-150 (+Fees*) 103. An Arts & Crafts silver caddy spoon, Guild of Handicraft, London 1988, 8.5cm long £70-100 (+Fees*) Lot 95

95. A novelty silver table lighter of hunting horn form, London 1897 and a set of six coffee spoons, Birmingham 1962, with fox mask terminals, cased by Swaine-Brigg see illustration £100-150 (+Fees*) 96. A silver inkstand and pen tray, Charles Stuart Harris, London 1897, the oval inkwell with glass liner, 17.5cm wide and an inkwell with silver cover, approximately 497gm £150-200 (+Fees*) 97. A partners’ silver inkstand and pen tray, TB, London 1893, fitted two cut glass inkwells, a pen tray to either side, with gadrooned rim, 22cm wide, approximately 335gm £100-150 (+Fees*) 98. Sixteen George III silver shell and thread pattern teaspoons, William Eley & William Fearn, London 1806 and five matching egg spoons, crested, approximately 478gm £150-200 (+Fees*) 99. A set of six silver apostle teaspoons, George Unite, Birmingham 1876, various butter knives, teaspoons and condiment spoons, approximately 540gm £150-200 (+Fees*) 100. A George III silver marrow scoop, Thomas Wynne (of Bath), London 1768, crested, 24cm long and another marrow scoop (2) £120-180 (+Fees*)

104. A set of four enamelled decanter labels for Sherry, Port, Brandy and Whiskey (damages), 7cm wide, a pair by Crown Staffordshire and five silver wine labels by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. £80-120 (+Fees*) 105. Five silver skewers, Charles Stuart Harris, London 1886, of plain form, a pair of skewers, unmarked, crested and a pickle fork £60-80 (+Fees*) 106. A filled silver model of two birds on a stump, 17cm high £200-300 (+Fees*) 107. A filled silver model of an owl on a stump, 22.5cm high and another of a stag £200-300 (+Fees*)

111. An 18th Century style silver candlestick, Roberts & Belk, Sheffield 1984, plated drip trays, 23cm high, a teapot stand and a salt £80-100 (+Fees*) 112. An oval silver basket, JD & S, Sheffield 1907, with pierced sides and wavy rim, 25cm wide, approximately 430gm £150-200 (+Fees*) 113. An oval silver basket, Birmingham 1929, with pierced sides, 28.5cm wide, approximately 500gm £150-200 (+Fees*) 114. A collection of silver trophy cups, approximately 1300gm £250-350 (+Fees*) 115. A silver mounted mother-of-pearl box, a silver trinket box and an embossed spirit measure £150-200 (+Fees*) 116. An oval silver basket, London 1891, the pierced sides with swag decoration, 22.5cm wide, approximately 350gm £150-200 (+Fees*) 117. A pair of silver spoons with decorative handles, Hamilton & Co., London 1901 and a seal top spoon, Richard Martin & Ebenezer Hall, Sheffield 1906 £60-80 (+Fees*)

108. A filled silver model of a pair of swans, 10cm high £150-200 (+Fees*)

118. A George III silver sugar vase, William Abdy, London 1786, the acanthus chased lid with urn finial, with two scroll handles to a body with swags and acanthus leaves on a raised circular foot, 20.25cm high, approximately 344gm £300-500 (+Fees*)

109. A George III silver embossed jug, London 1771, 11cm high and a George III silver mug, later embossed, approximately 300gm £40-60 (+Fees*)

119. A small silver bonbon dish, Birmingham 1907, of pierced quatrefoil form and another London 1893, of heart-shape, approximately 139gm £80-120 (+Fees*)

110. A silver model of an elephant, a mouse, a smaller mouse and a kingfisher, 10cm high £150-200 (+Fees*)

120. A George III circular silver box, Thomas Phipps & Edward Robinson, London 1797, the lid engraved with leopard crest and lion armorial, 10.25cm diameter, approximately 183gm Note: Armorial and Crest of Palgrave £300-500 (+Fees*)

Fees* – Buyer’s Premium on a sliding scale + VAT at 20%. ARR – Some lots may be subject to an additional fee (see page 1)


Lot 122 121. A George III silver egg-shaped nutmeg grater, Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham circa 1790, with bright cut decoration, grater missing, 3.75cm long £60-80 (+Fees*) 122. A pair of George III silver sauce tureens, Thomas Wallis & Jonathan Hayne, London 1815, each with ring handle to the oval lid, the body raised on a rectangular base with loop handles and gadrooned rim, leopard head crest, 16.5cm x 12.75cm, approximately 1261gm see illustration £800-1200 (+Fees*) 123. A George I Britannia standard octagonal silver bowl, London 1717, raised on an octagonal foot with leopard crest and later unicorn crest, 10.75cm diameter approximately 198gm Note: Crest of Ker £500-700 (+Fees*) 124. Eight various Georgian silver teaspoons approximately 135gm £30-50 (+Fees*) 125. A canteen of silver fiddle pattern cutlery, much London 1846, initialled, comprising twelve dessert forks, eight dessert spoons, twelve table spoons, twelve table forks, twelve teaspoons, approximately 2800gm £700-900 (+Fees*) 126. A George II style silver sauce boat, London 1905, with double scroll handle and gadrooned wavy rim, on three shell and scroll feet, 17.75cm long approximately 320gm £100-150 (+Fees*)


127. A William and Mary style silver sugar caster, Nathan & Hayes, Chester 1901, the lid with orb finial and lattice and floral piercing, the baluster body with a central reeded band with fluted decoration beneath, on a raised circular foot, 21cm high, approximately 313gm £120-180 (+Fees*) 128. A Victorian tapering cylindrical silver mug, London 1873, monogrammed WSC, 9.5cm high, approximately 180gm £80-120 (+Fees*) 129. An oval silver box, Chester 1906, the engine-turned lid with central cartouche, 12cm wide, approximately 140gm £80-120 (+Fees*) 130. A part canteen of silver fiddle pattern flatware, mostly George III, crest and motto Vincit Omnia Veritas, comprising three tablespoons, four table forks, three dessert forks, five dessert spoons, four sauce ladles, a basting spoon and a fish slice, approximately 1350gm £300-400 (+Fees*) 131. An Arts & Crafts silver bowl, A.E Jones, Birmingham 1906, of footed form with repoussé rose quatrefoils, 10cm diameter, approximately 137gm £120-180 (+Fees*) 132. A silver jug, Roberts & Belk, Sheffield 1902, with hinged cover and of plain globular form, 14cm high, approximately 329gm £100-150 (+Fees*) 133. A Georgian style silver cream jug, Britannia standard, London 1904, 14.5cm high and a sugar caster, London 1905, 16cm high, approximately 255gm £120-180 (+Fees*)

134. A quantity of silver flatware including a pair of Georgian fiddle and thread pattern table spoons, two sauce ladles with shell bowls etc., approximately 600gm £150-200 (+Fees*) 135. A silver cream jug, WH, London 1820, of half-ribbed form on paw feet, 11cm high, approximately 233gm £80-120 (+Fees*) 136. A child’s silver rattle, George Unite, marks rubbed, hung with eight bells, handle broken, a silver mounted mustard pot with spoon, a small circular dish and a vesta case £80-120 (+Fees*) 137. An embossed silver framed mirror, Birmingham 1902, with easel back, the bevelled glass 41.5cm x 31cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 138. A garniture of three George III silver sugar vases, Daniel Smith & Robert Sharp, London 1770, each of lidded urn shape with scroll handles to the shoulders above swagged sides, the swags supported by mask heads and above stiff leaf decoration to the stem on a circular foot, crested, the central vase 21.5cm high, gross weight approximately 1524gm Note: Crest and motto of ‘Res Potior Fpe’ see illustration £3000-5000 (+Fees*) 139. A George II silver bowl, Frederick Kandler, London 1747, of plain circular form with a reeded rim and foot, 21.5cm diameter, approximately 705gm see illustration £2500-3000 (+Fees*)

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140. A Victorian silver teapot and the matching stand, William Moulson, London 1848/1849, of oval form with bands of engraved decoration, the teapot crested, the stand 18cm wide, gross weight approximately 1010gm Note: Crest of Allfrey see illustration ÂŁ500-700 (+Fees*)

141. A George III silver coffee pot, probably Robert Pinkney, Newcastle circa 1760, of pear shape, the cover with urn finial fitted a fruitwood handle on a circular foot, crest of Spence-Jones, 32cm high (lid damaged), approximately 920gm see illustration ÂŁ800-1200 (+Fees*)

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142. A pair of George III silver card waiters, Philip Rundell, London 1818, each with central armorial of Spence to a later engraved border and shell cast rim on four shell feet, 19.5cm diameter, approximately 850gm see illustration £700-1000 (+Fees*) 143. A set of four silver spirit labels, Richard Martin & Ebenezer Hall, Sheffield 1905, for Sherry, Port, Whisky and Brandy, each with scrolling edge and shell detail, approximately 105gm £200-300 (+Fees*) 144. A George III silver teapot, Andrew Fogelberg & Stephen Gilbert, London 1785, oval with ebonised handle (porcelain finial detached), approximately 400gm gross £150-200 (+Fees*)

145. A George III circular silver teapot, Robert & Samuel Hennell, London 1804, of circular form with beaded rim, (spout damaged), approximately 440gm £150-200 (+Fees*) 146. A silver hip flask, James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1891, engraved monogram, approximately 100gm, another, marks rubbed and a glass hip flask with plated pull off cup, approximately 230gm £120-180 (+Fees*) 147. A Victorian silver christening mug, Sheffield £60-80 (+Fees*) 148. Three small silver trophy cups, approximately 200gm £60-80 (+Fees*)

149. A silver teapot, LAO, 1965, of oval form marked 925, approximately 560gm £200-300 (+Fees*) 150. A silver ashtray, Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh 1968, of rounded triangular shape, another ashtray, a toast rack and sundry condiments, approximately 314gm £80-120 (+Fees*) 151. A sterling silver golf trophy, The Inglelowe Trophy, 1929, on an ebonised plinth modelled as a golfer in kilt, 18cm high £100-150 (+Fees*) 152. A silver teapot, E&D, London 1905, of circular form embossed foliage, with ebonised finial and handle, approximately 260gm gross £100-150 (+Fees*)

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Lot 158 153. A Victorian silver teapot, maker’s mark overstruck, London 1869, of oval form with ebonised handle, engraved swags, approximately 510gm gross £200-300 (+Fees*) 154. A silver inkwell, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, London 1902, canted square form, crest of Spence and inscribed to The Dean of Gloucester, fitted a glass liner, 10.5cm wide £80-120 (+Fees*) 155. A George III old English pattern silver ladle, George Smith & William Fearn, London 1794, crest of Spence, approximately 210gm £100-150 (+Fees*) 156. Six silver handled fruit knives, cased, a Christening set initialled PED comprising knife, fork and spoon and a spoon and pusher £70-90 (+Fees*) 157. A Georgian silver brandy pan, marks rubbed, repaired and handle replaced, approximately 135gm £80-120 (+Fees*)

159. An Art Deco silver gilt dressing table set, TP, London 1951, comprising pair of hairbrushes, pair of clothes brushes and hand mirror, monogrammed and an Art Deco cigarette box £100-150 (+Fees*) 160. A silver desktop notepad clip, Asprey & Co., London 1930, with monogram to the sprung cover, 14.5cm x 9.5cm (weighted) £70-90 (+Fees*) 161. A set of sterling silver bowls markers with engraved decoration, joined by blue string £70-100 (+Fees*) 162. A silver salt and pepper by Tiffany & Co., the pepper mill 6.5cm high, a hip flask with silver cap, pull-off cup missing, a silver coaster, a silver box and a white metal box £100-150 (+Fees*) 163. A silver mounted claret jug, Sarah Jones, London 1988, the domed cover set with cabochon garnets to a diamond cut flared glass jug, inscribed, 30cm high £300-500 (+Fees*)

164. A Mappin & Webb travelling vanity case part fitted with silver topped jars, bottles and flask (6), inkwells, leather jewel box, leather cased mirror etc. and a silver mounted blotter pad, Walker & Hall, Sheffield £200-300 (+Fees*) 165. A silver mounted hourglass shaped decanter, Nathan & Hayes, Chester 1906, another silver mounted decanter and a pair of triple-ring neck decanters with thumb pressed stoppers £50-70 (+Fees*) 166. A silver tray, Chester 1917, with engine turned decoration, 30.5cm x 23cm, a silver backed dressing set, three vases and a pickle fork £200-300 (+Fees*) 167. A silver three-piece cruet set, Birmingham 1980, comprising salt, pepper, a mustard pot and two condiment spoons, cased by Asprey & Co., two napkin rings, a silver topped glass caster, three small silver frames etc., weighable approximately 350gm £100-150 (+Fees*)

158. A silver entrée dish, HA, Sheffield 1907, of circular form with crabstock handle, interior divider and beaded rims, turned wood handle, crest of Spence, approximately 1830gm gross see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*)


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White Metal & Plated Items 175. Twelve pairs of Italian silver handled dessert knives and forks, the handles of hoof form £150-250 (+Fees*) 176. A Continental silver box, import marks London 1925, of canted rectangular form with engraved decoration, another with import marks for London 1904, a rustic couple to the cover, 5cm wide £80-120 (+Fees*) 177. ◆ A set of six Dutch silver teaspoons and the matching sugar tongs, 1822 with pointed terminals, contained in a fitted tortoiseshell and ivory strung box, the box 16.5cm x 10cm £150-200 (+Fees*) 178. A Dutch silver miniature cabinet, London import marks 1896 £100-150 (+Fees*) 179. A Chinese silver coloured metal dressing set of eleven pieces, stamped Tuck Chang, cased and a travelling clock somewhat similar £150-180 (+Fees*) 180. A Russian silver niello box, MK, 1819, the lid engraved with a cavalry engagement and the base with military banners and regalia, possibly commemorating the defeat of Napoleon, 12cm wide, approximately 118gm see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*) 181. A small quantity of Continental and Eastern white metal including two oval boxes, three Dutch swan form pepper pots, two Dutch embossed spoons and an Indian chol box £180-220 (+Fees*)

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182. A pair of Italian silver servers of Rococo design stamped 800, (damaged), a tea strainer stamped 800, a small pair of Italian servers marked 800 and eight white metal teaspoons, gross weight approximately 508gm £200-400 (+Fees*) 183. A circular silver box, by Berthold Muller, import marks for Chester 1901, the cover depicting Orpheus charming the animals, 10cm diameter, a French silver wine taster with serpent handle, a small Dutch silver basket and a Continental silver oval box, import marks for London 1889, 6cm wide £150-200 (+Fees*) 184. An Eastern white metal dish with figures in relief to the raised border, peacock mark under, 31cm diameter and sundry silver and white metal £60-80 (+Fees*) 185. Sundry silver plated wares £60-80 (+Fees*) 186. A collection of miniature plated trophy cups £40-60 (+Fees*) 187. A pair of silver plated two-branch three-light table lights on circular bases, 41cm high £80-120 (+Fees*)

188. An oak canteen of silver plated flatware, 37.5cm wide and a mahogany box 35.5cm wide £20-30 (+Fees*) 189. A set of four silver plated food domes, M Boulton & Co, each of oval shape with shell and leaf cast handle, armorial and crest of Spence, the largest 51cm x 37cm, the next 45.5cm x 35cm, the pair 35.5cm x 28cm £200-300 (+Fees*) 190. A silver plated domed food cover, with reeded loop handle and mesh sides, 46cm x 35cm and sundry silver plated wares £60-80 (+Fees*) 191. An electroplated four-piece tea and coffee service of oblong form, the coffee pot and teapot with lobed mother-of-pearl finials £30-50 (+Fees*) 192. A set of four old Sheffield silver plated candlesticks of oval tapering form, 30.5cm high £60-80 (+Fees*) 193. A pair of silver plated candlesticks, 27cm high, a snuffer’s tray, two wine coasters etc. £40-60 (+Fees*)

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Glass 200. A quantity of glass ware to include wine and liqueur glasses, trifle bowl, water jug etc. £40-60 (+Fees*) 201. A collection of eight clear glass signed paperweights by Mats Jonasson £60-80 (+Fees*) Lot 204

202. A collection of eight clear glass signed paperweights by Mats Jonasson £60-80 (+Fees*) 203. An etched glass signed paperweight depicting an elephant, by Mats Jonasson, 17.5cm high £20-30 (+Fees*) 204. An 18th Century glass tazza, the circular top with raised rim on a Silesian stem to a domed foot with folded edge, 29cm diameter see illustration £100-200 (+Fees*)

Lot 211 211. An 18th Century glass tazza, the circular top with raised rim on a Silesian stem to a domed foot with folded edge, 26cm diameter see illustration £100-150 (+Fees*) 212.

A part suite of clear-flash ruby glasses comprising ten large and seven smaller goblets, the largest 14cm high

205. A quantity of early 20th Century silver-overlay coloured glass, to include drinking glasses and a ewer £60-80 (+Fees*)

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206. Two Dutch engraved glass decanters, 19th Century, one embellished in gilding £50-80 (+Fees*)

215. A 19th Century Staffordshire blue and white willow pattern tureen, cover and ladle, a bowl printed three deer in a landscape and a quantity of blue and white plates £40-60 (+Fees*)

207. Three engraved Dutch glass decanters, two opaque twist ale glasses, three double series opaque twist wine glasses, a mixed twist pan-topped wine glass and an air-twist wine glass with central swelling knop £300-500 (+Fees*) 208. A Victorian glass dome, 32.5cm high £60-80 (+Fees*) 209. A group of nine glass decanters, four with silver rims £80-120 (+Fees*) 210. A group of cut glass to include four finger bowls and three playing card ashtrays £60-80 (+Fees*)



216. A Spode pearlware part dessert service painted cornflowers, fourteen pieces and sundry decorative china £40-60 (+Fees*) 217. An Eberly red clay pottery group, ‘Cabin Group’, figures seated outside a hut, 16cm high £40-60 (+Fees*) 218. A Chelsea plate painted exotic birds within a gold and turquoise foliate border, gold anchor mark, 21cm diameter £100-150 (+Fees*)

219. A Doccia plate, a Vienna plate and a faience plate, 18th Century, painted with flowers, together with two small biscuit figures, a creamware figure, three Derby plates, circa 1800, painted with five-pointed floral garlands and a pink line border and a creamware plate £60-80 (+Fees*) 220. Various Edoardo Tasca biscuit glazed figures of birds and other Continental figures £80-100 (+Fees*) 221. Four Prattware plates, transfer printed landscapes within blue Classical borders and four Continental floral plates with pierced borders £60-80 (+Fees*) 222. A Beswick figure of a woodpecker, 22cm high, two Royal Worcester figures of budgerigars, a Royal Worcester figure of a thrush and five other figures of birds £100-150 (+Fees*) 223. Two Beswick pigeons, 14cm high £80-120 (+Fees*) 224. A collection of five Royal Crown Derby figures of birds, kingfisher and bullfinch by K Wood, brown owl and robin initialled MET and a barn owl by W Dudley, all boxed £150-200 (+Fees*) 225. Five Coalport limited edition game birds, woodcock, capercaillie, red grouse, pheasant and partridge £150-200 (+Fees*)

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233. A Wedgwood black basalt portrait bust of Sir Walter Scott, on socle base, impressed mark, 22.75cm high £50-70 (+Fees*) 234. A Worcester puce printed Milking Maids pattern teapot and cover, 18.5cm (cracked) £30-50 (+Fees*) 235. A Wedgwood oil lamp, 22.25cm high, a Wedgwood Dancing Hours vase, a reeded coffee pot and cover, Staffordshire, 22.75cm high, a sucrier, lacking cover and a jug £300-500 (+Fees*)

Lot 237 226. A Royal Crown Derby figure of a falcon, another of a pheasant, a smaller pheasant, a robin and a macaw £150-200 (+Fees*) 227. Two parian figures, 25cm high and a quantity of decorative china £60-80 (+Fees*) 228. A Royal Doulton Sabrina Ware vase with mottled decoration on a blue ground, 25.5cm high and two others £80-120 (+Fees*) 229. An English parian figure of a Nubian girl, dipping a ewer in a stream, 24cm high £80-120 (+Fees*) 230. A Derby porcelain figure circa 1780, of Andromache weeping over the ashes of Hector, she leaning on an urn, in one hand a snake biting its own tail, patch marks, base incised No.1…,/Jnx 2d size and triangle, 22.75cm high (cracked) £80-120 (+Fees*) 231. An English Delftware blue and white bowl, circa 1760, painted with a bird in a shrub, 22.75cm diameter £60-80 (+Fees*) 232. An English Delftware blue and white punch bowl, circa 1720, the steep sides with repeated flower sprays, 26.75cm diameter £120-180 (+Fees*)

236. A Worcester cylindrical tankard printed ‘The King of Prussia’, after Robert Hancock, 12.75cm high £100-150 (+Fees*) 237. A Worcester masonic cylindrical tankard, 14.5cm high see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*) 238. A Worcester tankard, Milking Maids pattern, 12.75cm high £40-60 (+Fees*) 239. A Worcester hunting subject punch bowl, 21cm diameter £300-400 (+Fees*) 240. A Worcester small bell mug’ battledore’ and ‘blind man’s bluff’, 8.25cm high see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*) 241. A Worcester oviform tea caddy, printed Garden Party, 12.5cm high £120-180 (+Fees*)

Lot 240 244. A pair of Wedgwood black printed cylindrical spill vases, circa 1840, 10cm high £70-90 (+Fees*) 245. A Van Ambrugh jug, circa 1840, crisply modelled in buff coloured clay, lion handle, 20cm high £30-50 (+Fees*) 246. Two Wedgwood black basalt two-handled urns, the sides moulded with muses, impressed mark, the largest 36.25cm high £300-500 (+Fees*) 247. A Wedgwood blue jasper bough pot, jug and a ewer type jug, the largest 19.5cm high £60-80 (+Fees*)

242. Two Worcester bicentenary cabbage leaf moulded jugs, 16cm and 19cm high £30-50 (+Fees*)

248. Two Dutch Delft peacock pattern plates, second half 18th Century, each filled with a stylised basket of flowers, 26cm and 35.5cm diameter £80-120 (+Fees*)

243. Agron of Worcester tea wares comprising five tea bowls, one coffee cup and five saucers, milkmaids, le baiser, garden seat, classical ruins pattern and a puce printed ‘fortune teller’ coffee cup £30-50 (+Fees*)

249. A Staffordshire blue printed pearlware meat dish, circa 1820/1830, filled with an Oriental scene framed by a border or roses and convolvulus centred by four crowns on each side, 50.75cm wide £50-70 (+Fees*)

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253. A large blue printed Caughley mug decorated roses, 15.25cm high and a smaller Worcester mug printed with a Chinese fishing party, late 18th Century, 7.75cm high £70-90 (+Fees*) 254. A set of four porcelain figures of dancing Classical nymphs, white and gold, imitation Naples marks 20.25cm high £180-220 (+Fees*) 255. A Samson Chelsea ram and bocage figure, a Continental bisque porcelain figure of Ariadne and the panther and a Continental hound head stirrup cup (3) £120-180 (+Fees*)

Lot 250 250. A Ralph Wood pearlware bust of the Pieta, circa 1790, wearing a scarlet head scarf and yellow dress, on a marbled socle base, on a square foot, 40cm see illustration £200-400 (+Fees*) 251. A collection of blue printed Worcester and Caughley porcelain tea wares, circa 1760-1780, comprising six tea bowls, seven saucers, three slop bowls and a sucrier and cover £120-180 (+Fees*) 252. Three Worcester pickle leaf dishes and a pair of large pickle leaf dishes, painter’s mark, circa 1760 £100-150 (+Fees*)

256. A Derby model of Neptune, circa 1780, by his side an upturned dolphin gushing water over the shell encrusted base, left arm raised for his trident (missing) incised No. 299, 25.5cm high £80-120 (+Fees*) 257. A pair of Rouen faience candlesticks and a blue and white bowl (damaged) (3) £20-40 (+Fees*) 258. A Wedgwood blue jasper Portland vase, 1800-1840, impressed Wedgwood on uncoloured base, 25.5cm high £200-300 (+Fees*) 259. A pair of Wedgwood blue jasper candlesticks, sprigged with Classical figures, impressed name and date letters, 20cm high £60-80 (+Fees*)

260. A Derby porcelain warming dish with liner and cover, 44cm wide and a footed tureen and cover, circa 1810, decorated floral sprays £120-180 (+Fees*) 261. A 19th Century Hispano Moresque lustre charger, 40cm diameter (repaired) £50-70 (+Fees*) 262. A Dutch Delft polychrome plate, 31cm diameter £40-60 (+Fees*) 263. A pair of French porcelain bough pots, painted panels of flowers on a dark blue ground, circa 1810, 14cm high £100-150 (+Fees*) 264. An English porcelain part tea and coffee service painted blue branches and red berries, circa 1810, comprising a teapot, sugar, milk, slop bowl, two plates, a stand and thirteen cups £70-90 (+Fees*) 265. An English green-ground dessert service, circa 1840, comprising one tall tazza, eight low tazze and eight plates £60-80 (+Fees*) 266. A Herend model of a goose, 23cm high £50-70 (+Fees*) 267. An extensive Spode stone china dinner service, painted in famille rose colours, comprising a tureen and cover, twenty-nine plates, a mazarine, a bread dish, two sauce tureens and covers, a salad bowl and fourteen meat plates see illustration £500-800 (+Fees*)

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268. A Paris porcelain white and gilt part coffee service, circa 1810, of diamond moulded design, coffee pot (no cover), hot water pot, sugar vase and cover, six coffee cups and saucers £150-200 (+Fees*) 269. A Sèvres style garniture of four turquoise ground vases painted with reserves of birds, circa 1870 and two turquoise glass scent bottles £150-200 (+Fees*) 270. A quantity of Victorian leaf moulded green glazed dessert plates £50-70 (+Fees*) 271. A Derby cache pot, circa 1810, with ram’s mask handles and painted reserves of flowers on an iron red ground, 18.5cm high see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*) 272. A Copeland wash set comprising jug and basin, bowl, soap dish and urn and cover, decorated flowers on a blue ground £100-200 (+Fees*) 273. A pair of Meissen pink ground double gourd vases painted reserves of birds, 12cm high see illustration £70-100 (+Fees*)

274. An English porcelain cylindrical pink ground vase, painted birds in a tooled gilt bordered cartouche, 9cm high see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*) 275. A pair of Vienna style pink ground vases, late 19th Century, painted historical scenes, 20cm high £80-120 (+Fees*) 276. A miniature Meissen figure of a gentleman with game, 20th Century, 8cm high and a pair of Meissen miniature figures of winged women holding fans, 8cm high £80-100 (+Fees*) 277. Three Prattware pot lids, Shells, Philadelphia Exhibition 1876 and The Village Wedding, all in circular ebonised frames £30-40 (+Fees*) 278.

A John Rose Coalport porcelain part tea and coffee service, circa 1800, gilt with a garter star, comprising: teapot and cover, sugar bowl and cover, milk jug, slop bowl, two saucer-dishes, nine teacups, three coffee cups and nine saucers £70-100 (+Fees*) 279.

A set of ten Dresden flower-decorated plates with gilt rims, circa 1870, blue printed marks, 24cm diameter £80-120 (+Fees*)


A set of twelve Copeland & Garrett dinner plates and eight soup plates, circa 1840, painted with three floral bouquets within gilt-line shaped rims, 26cm wide £120-180 (+Fees*) 281. A quantity of Wedgwood and other leaf moulded dessert wares comprising a pair of footed bowls, a pair of oval dishes, seventeen plates and four small plates £120-180 (+Fees*) 282. Four 20th Century Meissen white glazed animals comprising squirrel, calf, terrier and bear, the terrier 21cm long £100-200 (+Fees*) 283. A pottery charger decorated in the Mughal style with a central couple within a border of flowers and a parrot, 46.5cm diameter £30-50 (+Fees*) 284. John Porter Wale (British 1860-1920) COTTAGE IN LANDSCAPE a pair signed painted ceramic panel, 14cm x 10.5cm framed £100-150 (+Fees*) 285. A painted ceramic panel of a cottage and trees, signed H Wallace, 13cm x 20cm, framed £60-80 (+Fees*)

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Lot 301 286. ARR A shallow stoneware bowl by Henry Hammond, the interior glazed in mottled red, purple and deep blue, the exterior deep blue, impressed HH seal mark, 16.5cm diameter Provenance: Bonhams auction of the Studio of Henry Hammond, 5 April 1990, Lot 32 £80-120 (+Fees*) 287. ARR A shallow stoneware bowl by Henry Hammond, the interior glazed in mottled red, purple and deep blue, the exterior deep blue, impressed HH seal mark, 17cm diameter Provenance: Bonhams auction of the Studio of Henry Hammond, 5 April 1990, Lot 35 £80-120 (+Fees*) 288. A square stoneware dish by Shimaoka Tatsuzo, the centre with mottled brown glaze, the rim with white and grey honeycomb design, impressed mark, 29cm square £100-150 (+Fees*) 289. ARR A stoneware bowl by Henry Hammond, speckled beige glaze with circular blue and grey motif to centre, impressed seal Provenance: Bonhams auction of the Studio of Henry Hammond, 5 April 1990, Lot 108 £60-80 (+Fees*) 290. A group of blue/green glazed stoneware garden pots (9), impressed mark A £150-250 (+Fees*)


Lot 302 291. A group of studio ceramics by Paul Whalley, comprising a terracotta teapot and cover, the cream slips incised foliate patterns, 22cm wide, a lidded jar with lug handles, 23cm wide, an oval bowl and a jug, each with painted signature to base £60-80 (+Fees*) 292. Three 20th Century stoneware chargers; one by Rod Billington, Simonsbath Pottery, with powder blue drip glaze rim, the bowl painted a swan, the back with impressed marks and painted presentation inscription ‘William Meadows, Chairman Exmoor National Park Committee’, 35cm diameter; a studio pottery celadon crackle glaze charger with incised foliate decoration, 33cm diameter and a terracotta charger, brown and blue slips with green [3] £60-80 (+Fees*) 293. A stoneware flagon by Ray Marshall, with fine lined matt glaze, impressed signature, 24cm high, a cheese dish with ribbed domed cover and mouse finial (damages) and a studio pottery stoneware soup bowl with handle, pouring lip and cover, wax resist patterns in blue glazes, 19.5cm long £40-60 (+Fees*) 294. Four pottery models of animals, comprising two pottery badgers, modelled by Gil Tregunner, 41cm long and 23cm high, a pottery seal, modelled by Robert Cholawo, 29cm wide and a model of a seated greyhound, 32cm high £40-60 (+Fees*)

295. A pottery slipware cider jug and cover, modelled as an owl, by Leonard Stockley of Weymouth pottery, in green and brown slips incised floral patterns and slip trail beading and with brown loop handle, signature below, 32cm high £80-120 (+Fees*) 296. Two pottery ‘Monk’ storage jars by John Roberts, 28cm high, and other studio ceramics to include vases, jugs and tankards £40-60 (+Fees*)

Asian Works of Art 300. A celadon glaze censer, incised, on three feet, 16.5cm diameter, a celadon glaze circular pot and cover, 12.5cm, a celadon glaze circular pot and cover, 15cm diameter and a Chinese Straits ware style blue and white bowl, 15cm diameter £300-500 (+Fees*) 301. An 18th Century Chinese Imari circular tureen, cover and stand, painted in underglaze blue, rust and gilt with lotus foliage, 33cm diameter see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*) 302. A pair of Japanese Satsuma moon flasks, painted with flowers on a blue green scroll ground, both signed, Meiji period, 15.5cm high see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*)

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Lot 303 303. A pair of Japanese square tapering section bottle vases, painted with priests and flowers, signed, Meiji period, 19cm high see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*) 304. A Japanese Satsuma circular bowl and cover, painted with roundels of leaves and flowers, signed, Meiji period, 11.5cm diameter see illustration £100-150 (+Fees*)

306. A Japanese Satsuma octagonal box and cover, painted with island pavilions, and with chrysanthemums to interior, signed, Meiji period, 6cm wide and a Japanese Satsuma miniature teapot and cover, painted with flowers, signed, Meiji period, 6cm high £40-60 (+Fees*)

307. A set of twelve Japanese Imari plates, painted with Dutch sailors and kraak ships, bearing Wanli reign marks, Meiji period, 24.5cm diameter see illustration £100-150 (+Fees*)

305. A pair of Japanese Satsuma bottle vases, painted with full length actors, signed, Meiji period, 15cm high see illustration £60-80 (+Fees*)

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314. A pair of Thai candle stands, the top with pierced borders and scroll supports on square bases with splay supports, 161cm high £100-150 (+Fees*) 315. A Thai carved wood wall hanging figure of Buddha kneeling on a stand, 85cm high £60-80 (+Fees*) 316. A pair of Chinese temple columns with carved capitals, reeded columns and carved stone bases, 236cm high £300-400 (+Fees*) 317. A Thai carved wood relief of seven Buddhas with attendants within temple arches etc., 90cm x 212cm £300-400 (+Fees*)

Lot 319 308. A near matching set of 17th Century style Japanese Imari porcelain, comprising eight bowls, covers and stands, fifteen stands, eight plates, each painted with Dutch ships within a lattice border depicting Dutch merchants, Meiji period £300-500 (+Fees*) 309. A pair of 20th Century Chinese vases painted chrysanthemums on a turquoise ground, 43cm high £400-600 (+Fees*) 310. A pair of Satsuma vases painted reserves of figures in a garden landscapes, 21cm high £80-120 (+Fees*) 311. A pair of Chinese child’s shoes embroidered with flowers £80-120 (+Fees*) 312. An Indian carved, painted and decorated wooden horse, 91cm high £80-120 (+Fees*) 313. An Indian painted and decorated horse and rider, the rider in ceremonial dress, 76cm high £100-150 (+Fees*)


318. A carved wooded camel with ceremonial harness, drapes and marriage couple, driver and another almost matching, 83cm high £150-200 (+Fees*) 319. A Qing Chinese ancestor portrait group of two seated sages wearing Mandarin cloaks, watercolour on linen, now framed, 178cm x 95cm see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*) 320. A Qing Chinese ancestor portrait of a gentleman, his wife and daughter, wearing red Mandarin jackets, watercolour on linen, now framed, 178cm x 95cm see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*) 321. A Thai metal Buddha seated cross-legged on a throne, 49cm high £80-120 (+Fees*) 322. A Thai ebonised carved wood figure of a Buddha seated cross-legged on a throne, 63.5cm high £80-120 (+Fees*) 323. A small gilded figure of a Buddha seated cross-legged, 21cm high £50-60 (+Fees*)

Lot 320 324. A famille rose dish, Qianlong period, enamelled with a spray of flowers under a border of flowers in a complete brocade, 32.5cm diameter (chip) £70-90 (+Fees*) 325. A Chinese porcelain blue and white punch bowl, circa 1760, painted with a continuous landscape, 26cm diameter £120-180 (+Fees*) 326. A Chinese blue and white square salad bowl, circa 1800, painted with shrubs and dwellings on a shore, 40.5cm diameter £100-150 (+Fees*) 327. A Chinese cinnabar lacquer box and cover, 17th/18th Century, of canted rectangular section with indented corners, the top filled with a scene of figures on a shore, 15.25cm (damaged) £100-150 (+Fees*) 328. A Chinese chicken-skin ground export mug, Qianlong, initialled LMH in gilding £60-80 (+Fees*)

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329. A Chinese famille rose pear shaped vase, decorated in enamels with an old man and a boy looking at flying birds, seal mark under (cracked), 20cm high £40-60 (+Fees*) 330. A Chinese export lacquered tea caddy, the interior with fitted pewter lining, Bramah locks, 44.5cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*) 331. A Cantonese enamel bowl, depicting figures in reserves to a white ground embellished with flowering branches, 12cm diameter, another enamel bowl and a lidded jar £50-70 (+Fees*) 332. A black pottery figure of a seated Chinaman with nodding head, incised character marks, 36cm high £20-30 (+Fees*) 333. A Chinese export Mandarin pattern punch bowl (damages), 39.5cm diameter see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*) 334. A Japanese Imari scallop edged plate, 22cm diameter, a Chinese famille rose octagonal plate, 21cm wide and a Chinese bowl, 24cm diameter £40-60 (+Fees*) 335. A quantity of mother-of-pearl gaming tokens to include fish shaped examples, in a glass box with cover, approximately one hundred and forty £50-70 (+Fees*) 336. A Chinese table bell, the four graduated brass bells on a carved wood stand, 56cm high £80-100 (+Fees*) 337. A Cantonese vase of square form, decorated panels of figures and birds, 45cm high £200-300 (+Fees*) 338. A Chinese Imari bullet-shaped teapot, Kangxi, the cover with pointed finial, 13.5cm high £150-200 (+Fees*)

Lot 333 339. A Chinese famille verte tea bowl and saucer, Kangxi, with wavy rims, the saucer 13cm diameter £120-180 (+Fees*) 340. A pair of Chinese blue and white saucers, 18th Century, 16cm diameter, seven octagonal saucers, late 18th Century, 16cm wide and two other saucers £80-120 (+Fees*) 341. A Chinese armorial plate, 18th Century, with central armorial of Darcy and crest to rim, (damaged), 22.5cm diameter and a Chinese export chocolate pot in the European taste, 26cm high £100-150 (+Fees*) 342. A Cantonese enamel box and cover, possibly 18th Century, of lobed circular shape, the cover and sides with reserves of figures and buildings, 8.5cm diameter £40-60 (+Fees*) 343. ◆ A Chinese circular brush washer enamelled butterflies to the interior and with bats to sides, seal mark under, 11cm diameter and a Chinese ivory chess piece modelled as a standing figure holding a fan, 9cm high £50-70 (+Fees*) 344. ◆ A Japanese ivory figure of three toads wrestling, Meiji period, 7.5cm long £30-50 (+Fees*)

Works of Art 350. A large plaster bust of a Classical male, on socle base, 98cm high £200-300 (+Fees*) 351. A bronze figure of a clown with umbrella, seated on an alabaster sphere on a flat circular base, 39cm high £80-120 (+Fees*) 352. A 17th Century German carved limewood figure of St Florian with water bottle and later staff, polychrome and gilded, 62cm high £1500-2000 (+Fees*) 353. A circular stained glass panel inscribed Ulverscroft Priory 1931 and an indenture £80-120 (+Fees*) 354. A pair of bronze figures of wrestlers, 19th Century, after the Antique, 12cm high £80-120 (+Fees*) 355. Two finely cast bronze figures of lizards, circa 1870, on a black marble base, 14cm x 9cm (losses) £80-120 (+Fees*) 356. ◆ A carved ivory figure of Louis XVI, Dieppe, circa 1870, standing with his right hand within his waistcoat, his left behind his back, on an ebony pedestal, 28cm high £200-300 (+Fees*)

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Lot 359

Lot 357 357. A pair of bronze figures of dancing fauns, after the Antique, one playing cymbals and pumping a bellow with his foot, the other with hands raised, 30.5cm high see illustration £800-1200 (+Fees*) 358. A pair of stained glass roundels, the Tudor Rose, 40cm wide £200-400 (+Fees*) 359. A 17th Century oval stained glass panel coat-of-arms, Jermy Pagrave, 24.5cm wide Note: possibly for Sir John Palgrave 1st Bt and Elizabeth Jermy, married circa 1625 see illustration £120-180 (+Fees*) 360. An Indian mixed metal tray/table top, the central scene of figures embracing by an encampment with vignettes to the edges and panels of script to the border, 70cm diameter see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*) Lot 360


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Lot 366 361. A pair of bronze figures of musicians, after the Antique, 8.5cm high £100-120 (+Fees*)

365. A carved oak wooden figure of a boy by a cooking pot, 67cm high £60-80 (+Fees*)

362. A Flemish bronze figure of the Virgin Mary, circa 1400, mounted on red velvet back-board, 11cm high £150-200 (+Fees*)

366. A pair of Art Nouveau bronze vases by Marioton, each of baluster shape decorated in low relief with daffodils and other flowers, signed and with foundry mark E Colin & Cie., Paris, 40.5cm high see illustration £1000-1500 (+Fees*)

363. A small alabaster figure of St Catherine, medieval style, 15cm high £80-100 (+Fees*) 364. A polychrome pine dummy-board depicting Jeffrey Hudson, 19th Century, dressed in cravat, coat and hat, leaning on his cane, to the reverse a hand-written note of his life story, 36cm wide, 84.5cm high £200-300 (+Fees*)

367. ◆ An American scrimshaw marine ivory tusk, decorated a sailor to one side beneath the Gadsden flag and with a young woman holding a bird to the other side, 42.5cm long £300-500 (+Fees*)

368. A gilt metal figure of a dog guarding a sleeping child, on a rectangular plinth, 15cm x 10cm £80-120 (+Fees*) 369. A blacked plaster figure of a lion, on rectangular plinth, impressed A Felix Bouré/Bruxelles, 66cm long £300-500 (+Fees*) 370. A plaster relief bust, of a helmeted youth, inscribed P Scipioni beneath, 61cm x 39.5cm £80-120 (+Fees*)

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Lot 380

Model Planes, Boats & Trains 375. A model Kyosho Concept 30 remote control helicopter, 102cm long, the blades 120cm diameter £80-120 (+Fees*) 376. A model Bleriot XI aeroplane, 206cm long £200-300 (+Fees*) 377. A model Hawker Tempest Mk V aeroplane, 102cm long £120-150 (+Fees*) 378. A wooden pond yacht with rigging and stand, 89cm long £80-120 (+Fees*)

379. A John Hemmens 1/24th scale steam model of a Drifter with GAP hull fully rigged, 127cm long £200-300 (+Fees*) 380. A model steam launch by Keith Townsend of Annan Fife, The Steam Launch Boat, Windermere, complete with inscribed plate and brass mounted glazed case, 122cm long (full purchase history) see illustration £3000-4000 (+Fees*) 381. A brass working steam model of a Caledonian Railway Dunalastair 2 class 440 steam locomotive No 779, Breadalbane, with tender, mounted on track and wooden base see illustration £1500-2000 (+Fees*)

Miscellaneous Items 385. A small group of decorative objects including candlesticks, small boxes and modern mantel clocks £40-60 (+Fees*) 386. A collection of treen and other wooden items, lacquer boxes, etc £40-60 (+Fees*) 387. A small group of Robert Welch pewter table items comprising two hammered footed dishes, 15cm diameter, a small bowl and a salt and pepper pot, together with a pewter presentation tazza, a Norwegian pewter quaich and a smaller plated quaich £60-80 (+Fees*) 388. An 18th Century bell metal skillet on three feet, the handle marked Y4, 22cm diameter £40-60 (+Fees*)

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389. An embossed metal coal bunker with handle and stylised hinges to the cover, 68cm wide £80-100 (+Fees*) 390. A collection of gilt and other frames £40-60 (+Fees*) 391. A collection of boxwood plaster moulds, approximately sixty, carved in the reverse for the casting of plaster Provenance: From H H Martyn of Cheltenham £120-150 (+Fees*) 392. ◆ A Japanese niello decorated cigarette case, a small ivory carved box and cover, a quantity of gaming tokens and a bone paper knife, a solitaire board, the coloured marbles for the same and various boxes etc., a modern jadeite figure of a cockerel on a hardwood base, 15cm high (damages) and two shells, each carved an oval Classical cameo portrait, 14cm high £30-50 (+Fees*)

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401. Two oval trays with galleried two-handled border and a black and gold lacquer tray £60-80 (+Fees*) 402. A quantity of postcards contained in five albums and two Victorian scrap albums £80-120 (+Fees*)

393. A large quantity of walking sticks in a chimney pot stand £50-80 (+Fees*)

403. A large quantity of card and other games £60-80 (+Fees*)

394. A pair of Indian cobra brass candlesticks and sundry brass £60-80 (+Fees*)

404. An ebonised plaster figure, Autumn, 81cm high £80-120 (+Fees*)

395. A Victorian walnut brass bound writing box with fitted interior, 35.5cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*)

405. A pair of fire dogs, copper cauldron and other brass and copper £180-220 (+Fees*)

396. A Georgian pierced brass trivet, a copper kettle, various fire irons etc. £80-100 (+Fees*)

406. A pewter dish, 36cm diameter and six smaller plates £70-90 (+Fees*)

397. A pair of baluster brass candlesticks, 18cm high and other brass ware £60-80 (+Fees*)

407. A resin figure Madonna and Child, 47cm high and another figure £120-180 (+Fees*)

398. A 19th Century figured walnut workbox (gutted), 30cm wide £60-80 (+Fees*)

408. A painted and decorated fairground galloper horse, 110cm high, 160cm long £150-250 (+Fees*)

399. An early 19th Century pen and ink work tray, fitted four boxes and covers containing bone counters, and a Pope Joan board £150-200 (+Fees*)

409. A cradle with spindle turned uprights, 94cm wide, a doll’s bed and doll’s pram £70-90 (+Fees*)

400. A copper funnel, various copper saucepans etc. £50-60 (+Fees*)

410. A brass two-handled samovar on a pedestal base, 76cm high, four pierced brass candlelights and a quantity of other brass £80-120 (+Fees*) 411. A pair of silvered pricket candlesticks of Carolean design, 57cm high and a gilt metal eight-day mantel clock £40-50 (+Fees*) 412. Two spelter figures of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza, circa 1870, the Don mounted on Roseuanté and Sancho Panza mounted on a donkey £100-150 (+Fees*) 413. A pair of brass candlesticks, Chinese, 19th Century, with drip trays, baluster stem and circular bases, 53cm high £80-120 (+Fees*) 414. A mahogany napkin screw press, early 19th Century, 40.5cm high £80-120 (+Fees*) 415. A pair of brass candlesticks, circa 1790, with square bead edged nozzles and with column sticks and square bases with bead rims, 25.5cm high £200-400 (+Fees*) 416. A mid 19th Century aide-memoire and various related sundries £120-180 (+Fees*) 417. The Staunton chess men by Jaques, London, in ebony and boxwood in a carton pierre box, hinge broken and with matching board see illustration £1000-2000 (+Fees*)

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430. A wooden cased Orphenion, 23cm wide with four discs including Rock of Ages £150-200 (+Fees*) 431. A collection of wax seal impressions, 19th Century, in a wooden box £60-80 (+Fees*) 432. A Regency mahogany and inlaid tea caddy of sarcophagus shape on brass ball and claw feet, 31.5cm wide and a smaller caddy, 20cm wide £60-80 (+Fees*) 433. A pair of white marble garniture urns with gilt metal mounts, 22cm high £30-50 (+Fees*) Lot 424

418. Two similar pairs of candlesticks with circular drip trays and knopped stems £180-220 (+Fees*) 419. A fire grate on a pair of brass andiron supports, 62cm wide and a copper post horn £30-40 (+Fees*) 420. A Jelco Eight cine camera, a Eumig P8 Automatic Novo cine projector, a projector screen and various cameras and accessories £60-80 (+Fees*) 421. A Victory Industries scale model of a Conveyancer Fork Truck, 1/14 scale £30-40 (+Fees*) 422. ◆ A copper samovar with ivory handles, gadrooned top and on square plinth with ball feet, 38cm high £20-30 (+Fees*) 423. An early 20th Century postcard album of approximately 100 cards, mostly topographical (mainly Wales), real photograph, dancing bear (India 1915), Lulworth, World War I (Welsh troops, hospitals, nurses etc.) £30-40 (+Fees*)


424. A late Georgian marquetry inlaid tea caddy, the cover and sides with floral inlays, the canisters each with mask inlay, 31.5cm wide see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*) 425. A small 17th Century English bronze mortar with shell and scroll detail, 13.5cm diameter, 11cm high, together with a small Dutch mortar 10.5cm high £100-150 (+Fees*) 426. A large English bronze mortar and pestle, 17th Century, 27cm diameter, 21cm high £100-150 (+Fees*) 427. A plaster replica of the Portland vase under a glass dome, 46cm high including base £80-120 (+Fees*) 428. A pair of spelter figural candlesticks modelled as pages, 37cm high £40-60 (+Fees*) 429. No Lot

434. A quantity of Britains and other farmyard animals and accessories to include cattle, sheep, fencing, a kennel, a rabbit hutch etc. £50-100 (+Fees*) 435. Eighteen polished pewter plates, 28cm diameter £150-200 (+Fees*) 436. Three simulated oak wall appliques, modelled as pages holding shields, by Oakleaf Productions, 42.5cm high £40-60 (+Fees*) 437. A 19th Century mahogany box with carry handles to each side, 42.5cm wide x 24cm high x 30cm deep £30-40 (+Fees*) 438. Cockburn’s Special Reserve Port, 1 bottle £15-20 (+Fees*) 439. Dow’s Vintage Port, 1963, 1 bottle £60-80 (+Fees*) 440. A carte de visite type photograph of James A Garfield (1831-1881) 20th President of America £60-80 (+Fees*)

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Clocks & Barometers 450. An Empire ormolu portico clock with four Ionic column supports, the movement stamped Pons with a pin wheel escapement and grid iron pendulum, on a stepped base with glass cover, 46cm high see illustration £500-600 (+Fees*)

Lot 441 441. Five autographs of The Duke and Duchess of Windsor, together with a letter from Marjorie Waddilove, wife of Victor Waddilove, Private Secretary to The Duke of Windsor see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*) 442. Betjeman (John) Ghastly Good Taste or, a depressing story of the rise and fall of English Architecture, including a fold-out plate by Peter Fleetwood-Hesketh “The Street of Taste, or the March of English Art Down the Ages”, number 25 of 200 specially bound autographed limited edition copies, published by Anthony Blond, 1970, olive cloth with quarter black leather binding, in a slipcase £60-80 (+Fees*) 443. A group of 1950s books with decorative bindings, including Angela Brazil and Edith Cowper £10-20 (+Fees*)

451. A Vienna type wall clock in a three-glass mahogany case, 82cm high £120-150 (+Fees*) 452. A 19th Century skeleton clock with centre sweep strike, under a glass dome, 42cm high overall £300-400 (+Fees*) 453. A gilt brass and metal mantel clock with chinoiserie decorated panels, 40cm high £150-200 (+Fees*)

Lot 450

454. A La Ledoise racing pigeon clock in an oak case, no 53948 £30-40 (+Fees*)

458. A small brass skeleton clock, late 19th Century, with an enamelled chapter ring, under a glass dome, 17.75cm high £150-200 (+Fees*)

455. A 19th Century small lantern type mantel clock with pierced surround to the bell top, fitted a steel chapter ring and drum movement by Japy Frères, 30cm high £300-500 (+Fees*)

459. A French hour repeating carriage clock, inset with porcelain panels, decorated with birds, inscribed from: CH to AVH, April 1888, in a case, 9cm high see illustration £1000-1500 (+Fees*)

456. A late 19th Century eight-day gilt brass carriage clock, fitted a white enamel dial striking on a gong, 18cm high £300-500 (+Fees*) 457. A mahogany eight-day longcase clock, John Dene London, the arch-top hood with pillars to the side and plain trunk, the brass dial with decorated spandrels and silvered chapter ring, subsidiary seconds and date recorder, 228cm high £400-600 (+Fees*)

Lot 459

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Lot 461 460. A Regency mahogany bracket timepiece, circa 1820, the cream painted circular dial inscribed Williamson, Pimlico, the arched case applied with brass anthemions, 30.5cm high £400-600 (+Fees*) 461. A Regency mahogany bracket clock circa 1800, the arched and moulded case with brass banding, enclosing an eight-day spring fusee movement inscribed Smith, London and with a white enameled dial, 35.5cm high see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*) 462. A Luxor Asprey alarm clock, the square dial with Arabic numerals and date aperture, easel back, 9.5cm x 9.5cm and two Asprey wine bottle collars £40-60 (+Fees*)

Lot 463 463. A Regency bracket clock, S & W Shoreman, with painted Arabic dial and eight-day striking movement, in caddy topped mahogany case with urn finial and brass grilles to sides, 41.5cm high see illustration £700-900 (+Fees*) 464. A mahogany cased stick barometer, the silvered dial signed A Pozoly fecit and fitted with a thermometer, the case with architectural pediment and cable stringing, 97cm high see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*) 465. A mahogany cased clock, the square dial with silvered chapter ring signed Edward Rundell, Norton St Phillips (from a longcase clock) fitted a single fusee movement, the dial 25cm wide £200-300 (+Fees*) 466. An oak cased eight-day longcase clock, Shakeshaft, Preston, with silvered chapter ring, 207cm high £300-500 (+Fees*)


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Lot 473

Militaria & Textiles 470. Two embossed copper powder flasks, another and a box of mathematical instruments £40-60 (+Fees*)

471. A quantity of riding crops, some with silver collars £120-150 (+Fees*)

472. A pair of black leather riding boots with trees £60-80 (+Fees*)

473. A pair of Militaire bronze cannons, circa 1820, on wooden wheeled carriages, 9cm x 9cm see illustration £120-180 (+Fees*) 474. An India Medal to Capt. HWA Marson 8th Bt Infy with clasps for Tirah 1897-98 and Punjab Frontier 1897-98, three miniature medals including India General Service, India Medal and China War Medal (1900), and a World War I pair to 555199 Pte I J Stephenson 6-London R see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*) 475. A pair of Kukris, each with brass mounted scabbard, (losses), a silver mounted hunting flask in leather case and a hunting sandwich box in leather case £60-80 (+Fees*)

Lot 467 467. A mid 19th Century barometer by Robert Gogerty, 72 Fleet Street, London, the barometer glass with carved oak dancing bear support, the shaped silver dial signed and with further brass support to the back, on a stepped base, 101cm high see illustration £1000-1500 (+Fees*) Lot 474

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481. A fan with tortoiseshell sticks embroidered flowers, in a glazed case, 87cm wide £80-100 (+Fees*) 482. A parasol, a fan etc. £150-200 (+Fees*) 483. A quantity of Edwardian and other clothes £60-80 (+Fees*)

Lot 476

476. An early 17th Century Italian dagger, with reeded knop hilt, 31.5cm long see illustration £250-350 (+Fees*) 477. World War II Propaganda, a roll of toilet paper printed with Nazi characters and humorous sentiments ‘Now I’m Brownshirt All Over’, ‘No Power on Earth can Wipe Us Out, Oh No!’ and ‘We Want Closer Relations with Britain, Don’t Worry you’re Just about to Get Them’ £80-100 (+Fees*)

478. A silver matchbox holder, London 1978, bearing crest of Royal Electrical & Mechanical Engineers, a World War One pocket compass, dated 1917 and in leather case, sundry cap badges, medals, medallions etc. £60-80 (+Fees*) 480. A needlework border from an early 19th Century Ottoman dress £80-100 (+Fees*)

484. A needlework picture, circa 1800, depicting Jason and the Golden Fleece, in a gilt frame, 33cm x 25.5cm £70-90 (+Fees*) 485. A lady’s fur coat, label for Hickleys £30-50 (+Fees*) 486. A Chinese silk embroidered panel depicting a coiling dragon chasing a flaming pearl, 135cm x 135cm see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*) 487. ◆ An early 19th Century fan, the vellum leaf painted a central reserve of young lovers flanked by reserves of musical instruments, embellished with sequins, carved and gilt ivory sticks, 22.5cm long and another fan with mother-of-pearl sticks £100-150 (+Fees*) 488. Seven needlework pictures, including Chinese £60-80 (+Fees*) 489. A large quantity of damask table linen, including tablecloths and napkins, some monogrammed £80-120 (+Fees*) 490. A Japanese blue silk kimono embroidered in gold thread with entwined dragons, with belt £100-150 (+Fees*) 491. Two ladies fur coats, one labelled Hickleys the other Furs International and a fur stole £30-50 (+Fees*)

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Furniture & Outside Effects 500. Two staddle stones with bases and a spare tops £200-300 (+Fees*) 501. A D-end stone trough, 80cm x 52cm £200-300 (+Fees*) 502. A cider mill trough, 89cm x 141cm £300-500 (+Fees*) 503. A D-end stone trough, 73cm x 55cm and another, 70cm x 44cm £50-70 (+Fees*) 504. A reconstituted garden vase with putto support, 137cm high £100-200 (+Fees*) 505. A large D-shaped stone trough, 98cm x 74cm £250-350 (+Fees*) 506. Two stone troughs, 75cm x 44cm and 50cm x 54cm £50-70 (+Fees*) 510. A George III mahogany chest of four long graduated drawers on bracket feet, (alterations), 75.5cm wide £150-200 (+Fees*) 511. An early 20th Century oak dining table by Bowman Brothers, with Art Deco style curved legs, 158cm x 83.5cm, with removable contrasting hardwood border added by John Firth, Wickhamford, in 1993 £40-60 (+Fees*) 512. A nest of three mahogany tables on turned supports with bowed front stretcher, 63cm wide £40-60 (+Fees*) 513. A set of open shelves with X-shaped supports to the sides, 85cm wide £60-80 (+Fees*) 514. A pair of green and cream painted tables on turned legs, 102cm wide £100-200 (+Fees*)


Lot 529 515. A George III mahogany inlaid chest-on-chest, the upper section with dentil cornice above two short and three long drawers with canted corners, the lower section fitted three long drawers on bracket feet, 103cm wide £150-200 (+Fees*) 516. Two Victorian balloon back nursing chairs, both with carved frames, one upholstered in rose damask the other in yellow damask £60-80 (+Fees*) 517. A Regency mahogany two-flap breakfast table with octagonal column and quadruple support, 102cm wide £60-80 (+Fees*) 518. A Victorian mahogany cupboard with brushing slide, 91.5cm wide £150-200 (+Fees*) 519. A carved oak chest with hinged cover, 124cm wide £80-120 (+Fees*) 520. A butler’s mahogany tray with folding stand, 66cm wide £60-80 (+Fees*) 521. Six late 18th/early 19th Century mahogany chairs with satinwood slats and reeded supports and legs £180-220 (+Fees*)

522. A mahogany oval two-flap table, on turned tapered legs with pad feet, 106cm wide £80-120 (+Fees*) 523. Four spindle back chairs with rush seats, another similar and a splat back chair £60-80 (+Fees*) 524. An early 19th Century mahogany bowfront chest of two long and two short drawers on splay feet £200-300 (+Fees*) 525. A dome top trunk with leather straps, 79cm wide £40-60 (+Fees*) 526. A Victorian mahogany bowfront chest of three drawers, on splay feet, 106cm wide £150-200 (+Fees*) 527. An oak chest with carved panel front and hinged cover, 159cm wide £150-200 (+Fees*) 528. A mahogany chest of three drawers with brushing slide on bracket feet, 80cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*) 529. An 18th Century Welsh primitive chair, with stick and splat back on splay legs see illustration £300-400 (+Fees*)

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Lot 531

Lot 530 530. A 19th Century marquetry and gilt metal mounted card table, the fold-over top inlaid musical instruments, birds and scrolls in a variety of timbers, the baize-lined playing surface with inlaid wavy border, on square section cabriole legs with mask head gilt metal mounts to the knees, 86cm wide see illustration £2000-3000 (+Fees*) 531. A Victorian specimen marble table, the circular top with central agate panel to a surround of marble segments, on four curved legs with scroll feet, 66cm diameter see illustration £1500-2000 (+Fees*)

534. An Edwardian mahogany and inlaid wall hanging display cabinet, enclosed by glazed panel doors and sides, the broken swan pediment with ribbon inlays, fret carving to the sides with shell and swag inlays below, 121cm high x 59cm wide £400-600 (+Fees*)

536. A late 19th Century Italian walnut and bone inlaid side table, the tinted mirrored top with border of burr walnut above a single drawer on square tapering legs united by an H stretcher, on peg feet, 77cm x 55.5cm see illustration £500-700 (+Fees*)

535. An Edwardian mahogany writing table with three drawer superstructure, inset writing surface above two drawers on square legs, 91.5cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*)

532. A Regency circular mirror, the concave ball studded gilt frame to a bevelled glass, 91cm diameter £700-900 (+Fees*) 533. A mahogany writing table, the rectangular top fitted an inset leather writing surface above two drawers and two opposing dummy drawers, on turned legs with castors, 117cm x 72cm £300-500 (+Fees*)

Lot 536

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Lot 537

537. A Killarney marquetry workbox, the cover inlaid a vignette of Muckross Abbey, Co Kerry and borders of shamrocks, lift-out tray to interior and remains of label under ‘D. O’ Connells Bog Oak and Shillelagh House, Main Street, Killarney’, 34cm x 23cm see illustration £500-700 (+Fees*) 538. A Victorian walnut and inlaid cylinder writing desk, with a cupboard enclosed by glazed doors above, the cylinder inlaid with burr walnut panels enclosing a fitted interior above a drawer, on square tapering legs, 102.5cm wide £400-600 (+Fees*) 539. A George III mahogany table, the circular top on a birdcage action turned column and tripod base, retailers label for S & H Jewell, High Holborn, 68cm diameter £250-350 (+Fees*)

Lot 541 540. A George III mahogany wine table, the circular top with raised lip to the border on a fluted column and tripod base, 50cm diameter £150-200 (+Fees*)

542. A 19th Century Killarney mahogany table, carved shamrocks to the border frieze and quadruple shaped supports and splay feet, 152cm wide £500-600 (+Fees*)

541. An 18th Century Irish mahogany silver/ games table, the dished top enclosing an interior inlaid for backgammon, on taper legs with ball and claw feet, 73cm wide, 70.5cm high see illustration £2000-2500 (+Fees*)

543. A Victorian walnut credenza with gilt metal mounts, the top with three fielded panels within kingwood banded border, the central panel door inlaid chequered design in various veneers and with serpentine front, glazed doors to each end, 178cm wide see illustration £1000-1500 (+Fees*)

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Lot 544

544. A Regency mahogany two-flap table in the manner of Gillows, banded in ebony, fitted two drawers to one side and two false drawers to the other, on twin rectangular supports each with three spindle turned uprights on splay feet with acanthus capped castors, 156cm x 68.5cm see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*) Lot 545 545. A Regency mahogany bookcase in the manner of Gillows with satinwood banding, enclosed by a pair of glazed bar doors and panel doors to the base with fluted cluster columns to the sides, 152.5cm wide x 243cm high see illustration £500-600 (+Fees*) 546. A Rococo style giltwood and gesso wall mirror, the frame with pierced surmount and carved fruit to the sides, 89cm x 45cm, and a Victorian plaster gilt wall mirror, circa 1890, the rectangular plate with a Rococo scroll moulded frame, 91.5cm x 45.75cm £80-120 (+Fees*) 547. A mahogany pedestal desk, the leather set bowfronted top fitted three frieze drawers on two three drawer pedestals with outsplayed bracket feet, 77.5cm x 122cm £80-120 (+Fees*)

548. An oak side table, circa 1800, the rectangular top above a single drawer, on turned legs with pad feet, 75cm x 89cm £30-50 (+Fees*) 549. A Regency mahogany bowfront chest of drawers, circa 1810, the crossbanded flush top above three long graduated drawers on outsplayed bracket feet, 86.5cm x 89cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 550. A pair of George III mahogany dining chairs, the square backs with three carved spars and stuff-over seats, on square tapering legs united by an H stretcher and an upholstered stool on cabriole legs £40-60 (+Fees*)

551. A George IV mahogany five-tier whatnot, circa 1825, the square shelves on ring turned supports, 157.5cm x 45.75cm £80-120 (+Fees*) 552. A George IV mahogany kneehole washstand with galleried border fitted a surround of five drawers on turned legs, 106cm wide x 77cm high £200-250 (+Fees*) 553. A George III mahogany two-flap table on round legs with pad feet, 101cm wide £150-200 (+Fees*)

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Lot 554 554. A George IV mahogany dining table with rounded ends on twelve turned legs, fitted two extra leaves, extending to 261cm see illustration £800-1200 (+Fees*) 555. An oak oval two-flap gate leg table, on bobbin-turned legs and square stretchers, 59.5cm wide £80-120 (+Fees*) 556. A late 18th Century chest fitted three long and two short drawers on bracket feet, 95cm wide £120-150 (+Fees*) 557. An early 19th Century mahogany bowfront chest of three long and two short drawers on bracket feet, 103.5cm wide £150-200 (+Fees*)

Lot 558


558. A pair of George III Irish mahogany brass bound plate buckets with swing loop handles, 37cm high see illustration £1000-1500 (+Fees*) 559. A mahogany plant pedestal with reeded column and quadruple support, 138cm high £80-100 (+Fees*) 560. A Regency mahogany tea table with plain frieze on square taper legs, 93.5cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*) 561. An early 19th Century circular table on a turned column and tripod support, 79cm diameter £80-100 (+Fees*) 562. A metal bound silver chest, fitted trays, 74cm wide £80-100 (+Fees*)

563. An early 19th Century mahogany chest of three long and two short drawers on splay feet, 116cm wide £200-300 (+Fees*) 564. A George III oak kneehole fitted a surround of three drawers, on cabriole legs with pad feet, 81.5cm wide £250-350 (+Fees*) 565. A George III mahogany oval two-flap table on square chamfered legs, 102cm wide £150-250 (+Fees*) 566. A Regency mahogany sideboard with reeded frieze and bowfront pedestals on carved paw feet, stamped Wilkinson, Ludgate Hill, 12951, 152cm wide see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*)

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569. A late 18th Century mahogany side table fitted two drawers on square taper legs, with a waterfall bookcase above of three shelves, 105cm wide £60-80 (+Fees*) 570. A Regency mahogany music Canterbury, fitted a drawer, 46cm wide £150-200 (+Fees*) 571. A cast iron umbrella stand with pierced decoration, division and base, 72cm high £60-80 (+Fees*) 572. An 18th Century Scandinavian elm table, on turned column and tripod support, the top 43cm wide see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*) Lot 567 567. A George II wall mirror, the gilt gesso border carved flowers and foliage with shaped arch-top and original Vauxhall bevelled glass, 83cm x 50cm see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*) 568. An Edwardian burr elm circular table, inlaid for chess, on square legs with splay feet united by a platform, 19.5cm diameter £150-200 (+Fees*)

Lot 573

573. A George II walnut lowboy fitted five drawers, on carved cabriole legs with ball and claw feet, 93cm wide see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*) 574. An Edwardian rosewood envelope card table, on square taper legs, 56cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*)

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575. An Edwardian inlaid cabinet, on square taper legs with spade feet, 91.5cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*) 576. A George II walnut half-round tea table, on plain cabriole legs with pointed toes, 74cm wide see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*)

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583. A fruitwood chest of James II style, fitted four drawers on turned feet, 109cm wide £200-250 (+Fees*) 584. An Edwardian salon chair with upholstered seat, on moulded cabriole legs £80-120 (+Fees*) 585. A Victorian walnut oval table with ebonised border on a turned column and carved quadruple support, 133cm wide £150-200 (+Fees*) 586. Six Victorian satin walnut dining chairs with pierced and carved backs and upholstered seats, on turned, fluted, taper legs £300-400 (+Fees*)

Lot 578 577. A George I fruitwood armchair, with shaped upright splat, on cabriole legs £80-100 (+Fees*) 578. A late 18th Century Chippendale period chest, fitted three long and two short drawers on ogee bracket feet, 101.5cm wide see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*) 579. A partners’ burr walnut desk, fitted drawers to one side and cupboard and drawer to the other, 154cm wide see illustration £400-600 (+Fees*)

580. A small mahogany wall mirror with carved ear pieces, 59cm x 32cm and a Victorian upholstered stool on turned legs, 38cm wide £30-50 (+Fees*) 581. A pair of pine display cases, each enclosed by a pair of glazed doors, 88cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*) 582. A small double sided display case enclosed by a pair of glazed bar doors, 71cm wide £40-60 (+Fees*)

587. A Victorian circular footstool and a needlework fire screen £40-60 (+Fees*) 588. A late 18th Century style circular table, the top with pie-crust border on a spiral turned column and tripod support, 60cm diameter £250-300 (+Fees*) 589. An Edwardian mahogany display cabinet banded in satinwood with platform beneath, 90cm wide £150-200 (+Fees*)

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Lot 591 Lot 594 590. An oval table on a turned column and quadruple support, 43cm wide and a matching rectangular table, 46cm wide £60-80 (+Fees*)

593. A late 18th Century elm and mahogany chest of two long over two short drawers, 76cm wide £300-400 (+Fees*)

591. A gilded marble topped table of serpentine outline, decorated a central maskhead, garlands of flowers etc., on hoof feet, 97cm wide see illustration £400-600 (+Fees*)

594. A late 17th Century oak chest, fitted four drawers with geometric moulded fronts on bun feet, 94cm wide see illustration £300-400 (+Fees*)

592. A mahogany jardinière stand with reeded column on a circular base, 89cm high £80-120 (+Fees*)

595. An Edwardian mahogany rail back single chair with inlaid cresting rail, fitted a loose trap seat, on square tapered legs £60-80 (+Fees*)

596. A Regency mahogany bowfront side table fitted a drawer, 91cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*) 597. A pair of wing back armchairs, on claw and ball feet £150-200 (+Fees*) 598. Twelve oak Regency style dining chairs with solid seats, on square legs and the loose cushions for the same see illustration £800-1200 (+Fees*)

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604. An 18th Century mahogany armchair with pierced upright splat, fitted a loose trap seat on square chamfered legs and a later armchair £250-300 (+Fees*) 605. Two 18th Century mahogany single chairs with pierced upright splat backs, fitted loose trap seats, on square chamfered legs £120-150 (+Fees*) 606. An 18th Century oak chest with carved frieze and panelled front, 110cm wide see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*) 607. A child’s high chair with spindle back and wicker seat, on turned legs £80-100 (+Fees*)

Lot 600 599. An oak side table fitted two drawers, on baluster turned legs and stretchers, 84cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*) 600. A satinwood inlaid Carlton House desk, the horseshoe top with gallery and an arrangement of drawers and cupboards with a concave lidded compartment to each side, the kneehole base fitted a surround of five drawers on square taper legs, the whole decorated with fine inlay and brush work of scroll work musical instruments etc., 136cm wide see illustration £2000-3000 (+Fees*)

601. A pair of walnut single bed ends, each with arched headboard and carved posts to the foot on cabriole legs, 91.5cm wide and an Edwardian chair £60-80 (+Fees*) 602. A mahogany and gilt metal mounted triptych mirror, the swing centre section flanked by hinged side panels, 95cm high £100-150 (+Fees*) 603. An oak dresser with shelves over, fitted three drawers, on turned legs with platform under, 192cm wide £400-600 (+Fees*)

608. An 18th Century mahogany chest of three long and three short drawers, on a later stand fitted three drawers, on cabriole legs, 98cm wide £400-600 (+Fees*) 609. A nest of three mahogany tables on spindle turned supports and splay feet, the largest 50cm wide £200-300 (+Fees*) 610. An early 19th Century D shaped card table, the top lined green baize, inlaid oval patera to the square taper legs, 100cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*) 611. A Victorian mahogany chest of three long and two short drawers, on splay feet, 108cm wide £150-200 (+Fees*) 612. A Regency mahogany chest of five short drawers above three long drawers, with reeded columns to the sides, 123cm wide £250-350 (+Fees*) 613. A Victorian mahogany bowfront chest fitted three long and two short drawers, on splay feet, 103cm wide £200-300 (+Fees*) 614. An early 19th Century elm cricket table, on round legs with pad feet, 76cm wide £80-120 (+Fees*)

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615. An oak bedside table fitted a drawer with cupboard under, the square legs united by an X shaped stretcher, 37cm wide and a square two-tier washstand, 38cm wide £60-80 (+Fees*) 616. A Victorian mahogany wardrobe enclosed by three doors, 185cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*) 617. An early 19th Century mahogany bookcase, enclosed by a pair of glazed bar doors with fitted a drawer and cupboard beneath, 120cm wide £200-300 (+Fees*) 618. A 19th Century mahogany estate cabinet with bookcase over, fitted drawers beneath enclosed by a pair of panel doors, 143cm wide £300-400 (+Fees*) 619. A Victorian mahogany circular shaving mirror and two two-tier washstands, one fitted a jug and basin £150-200 (+Fees*) 620. A Victorian hexagonal footstool with Tunbridge ware border and a circular footstool, both with upholstered tops, 28cm wide £60-80 (+Fees*) 621. An oak chest with panelled front, fitted two drawers, 116cm wide £200-300 (+Fees*) 622. A 17th Century oak table, on turned legs and square stretchers (later top), 105cm x 61cm £300-400 (+Fees*) 623. An oak table on turned column and tripod support, 85.5cm wide £60-80 (+Fees*) 624. An oak table on square chamfered end supports, 125cm wide £80-120 (+Fees*) 625. A small oak chest, fitted two drawers, 94cm wide £120-180 (+Fees*) 626. A child’s 17th Century style oak chair with carved back and seat on baluster legs £80-120 (+Fees*)

Lot 643 627. An oak court cupboard constructed from 17th Century and later carved wood, 123cm wide £200-300 (+Fees*) 628. Two oak corner cupboards £50-60 (+Fees*) 629. An elm pig bench, 168cm wide £180-220 (+Fees*) 630. A William IV button back chair on carved front legs £60-80 (+Fees*)

636. A pine rent desk on turned supports, 61cm wide £40-60 (+Fees*) 637. An oak twelve section panel, 177cm x 107cm £60-80 (+Fees*) 638. A set of hanging shelves with pierced ends, 64cm wide £50-70 (+Fees*) 639. A child’s high chair in beech with bobbin turned back and arms £80-120 (+Fees*)

631. A small carved oak cupboard on spiral legs, 50cm wide £80-120 (+Fees*)

640. Two reeded four poster bed posts £50-70 (+Fees*)

632. A mahogany square piano on turned legs £40-60 (+Fees*)

641. A child’s four poster bed with bobbin-turned posts, 91.5cm wide £80-120 (+Fees*)

633. Two upholstered sofas £80-120 (+Fees*)

642. A pair of Chinese Chippendale style wall mirrors, the pagoda tops hung bells and with acanthus scrolls etc. to the frame, the plates 90cm x 50cm £500-700 (+Fees*)

634. A cast iron fire back, 58cm x 120cm £200-300 (+Fees*) 635. An 18th Century oak dresser fitted three drawers, on square taper legs, 185cm wide Provenance: Birtsmorton Court, Bruton Knowles Sale August 1964 Lot 821 £100-200 (+Fees*)

643. A pair of Venetian style wall mirrors, the cartouche shaped plates with segmented mirror surround, each floral etched, 118cm x 71cm see illustration £120-150 (+Fees*)

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Lot 654 644. A Chinese brass covered chest with hinged covers and embossed decoration, 97cm wide £60-80 (+Fees*)

648. A set of Victorian mahogany wall shelves with scrolling crest and turned supports, 77cm wide £30-50 (+Fees*)

652. A Regency mahogany sideboard of small proportions, fitted three drawers on square tapering legs, 122cm wide £180-220 (+Fees*)

645. A twin-pillar cabinet in the style of Koloman Moser, inlaid Secessionist type motifs in ebony and abalone, with central clock, and a set of four chairs £40-60 (+Fees*)

649. An 18th Century oak cupboard, enclosed by twin panelled doors, 83.5cm wide x 99cm high x 32cm deep £100-150 (+Fees*)

653. An oval wall mirror in decorative plaster gilt frame, 90cm x 65cm £40-60 (+Fees*)

646. A Regency mahogany sofa table, two drawers to each side, on end supports with outswept legs, 166cm wide flaps up £200-300 (+Fees*) 647. A George III style wing armchair £100-150 (+Fees*)

650. A set of serpentine front wall hanging shelves, the three shelves united by faux bamboo uprights, 50cm wide £40-60 (+Fees*) 651. A pine farmhouse table, fitted three drawers to one side on turned legs, the top 202cm x 84.5cm £150-200 (+Fees*)

654. A large 19th Century Chinese hardwood three-drawer coffer, Liansanchu, the rectangular top panel with everted ends above a row of three drawers and two sets of doors, 220cm wide see illustration £2000-3000 (+Fees*) 655. A George IV mahogany side cabinet, fitted a drawer above panel doors on turned feet, 90.5cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*) 656. A set of five Regency mahogany bar back dining chairs, each with horizontal splat centred by a shell motif and on square front legs £200-300 (+Fees*) 657. A Victorian burr maple centre table, crossbanded in rosewood on a hexagonal column and triangular platform with scroll feet, 106.5cm diameter see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*) 658. An 18th Century walnut and crossbanded chest of two short over three long drawers, on later bracket feet, 95cm wide £120-180 (+Fees*)

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661. A 19th Century rosewood X framed stool with upholstered seat and another similar £200-300 (+Fees*) 662. A Regency rosewood three tier whatnot on turned supports, the lower tier fitted a drawer, 107cm high x 46cm wide £150-200 (+Fees*) 663. A George III style Gainsborough type armchair with needlework upholstered back, arms and seat on moulded square section legs £80-120 (+Fees*) 664. An early Victorian rosewood reading writing table, the top with central adjustable reading stand above three drawers on end supports with scroll feet, 79.5cm wide see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*)

665. A pair of reproduction bedside tables, each fitted a slide above an undertier with drawer, on turned legs with castors, 48cm wide £150-200 (+Fees*) 666. A Victorian mahogany and satinwood crossbanded bowfront chest of two short over three long drawers, on splay feet, 98.5cm wide £150-200 (+Fees*) 667. A pair of Victorian ebonised side chairs with painted and gilt decoration, spiral turned back supports and bobbin-turned legs £80-120 (+Fees*) 668. A 19th Century mahogany bowfront chest of two short over three long drawers on splay feet, 104cm wide £150-200 (+Fees*)

Lot 659 659. A Chippendale period mahogany pole screen, the large oval banner of gros and petit point needlework depicting three figures in a garden, the tripod base finely carved with scrolls and shells on claw and ball feet see illustration £800-1200 (+Fees*) 660. A William IV rosewood work table, the circular galleried top rising to reveal a fitted interior on an octagonal column and triangular platform with scroll feet, 40.5cm diameter £200-300 (+Fees*)

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669. An 18th Century walnut and herringbone banded chest on stand, the chest fitted a frieze drawer above two short and three long drawers on a three-drawer stand, 168.5cm high x 105.5cm wide see illustration £800-1200 (+Fees*) 670. A 19th Century mahogany Pembroke work table fitted two drawers on turned column and platform base, 59cm diameter £80-120 (+Fees*) 671. A 19th Century mahogany toilet mirror of shield shape on a shell patera inlaid three-drawer base, 36cm wide £60-80 (+Fees*) 672. A 19th Century mahogany book stand with three-quarter gallery, 40.5cm wide £80-120 (+Fees*) 673. A Regency style yew wood sofa table, the crossbanded top above two frieze drawers on end supports with outswept legs on brass paw caps and castors, 122cm wide (flaps down) £100-150 (+Fees*) 674. A Louis XVI marble topped commode, circa 1780, the break serpentine pink marble top above two drawers veneered in parquetry lozenge design and centred with a ribbon tied bouquet of flowers, the sides veneered in matching parquetry on cabriole legs, 106.75cm wide (distressed) see illustration £1500-2000 (+Fees*)

Lot 669

675. A four-fold screen, 19th Century, with arched tops painted in the 18th Century manner with lovers in landscapes on a gold ground, 182.75cm high £200-300 (+Fees*) 676. A pair of Edwardian octagonal topped stands with four outsplayed legs joined by an X stretcher, 73.5cm high £100-150 (+Fees*) 677. A Louis XVI style étagère, the rectangular top inlaid with a bouquet of summer flowers and with pierced gallery on square support and plain galleried lower tiers on turned legs, 81.25cm high £150-200 (+Fees*) Lot 674


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683. A George III set of mahogany bed steps with three treads on turned legs, 66cm wide £150-200 (+Fees*) 684. A pair of painted bedside tables, each fitted a drawer, 46cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*) 685. An early 19th Century mahogany bowfront chest of two short over two long drawers on splay feet, 90cm wide and a small dressing table mirror (2) £60-80 (+Fees*) 686. A George III half round tea table on square tapering legs, 80cm wide £80-120 (+Fees*) 687. A Victorian scoop back nursing chair, on carved moulded front legs £70-100 (+Fees*)

Lot 678 678. A George III carved and gilded wall mirror, circa 1760, the bevelled plate within a frame carved with scroll and rocaille work, 116.75cm high (damage and repairs) see illustration £500-700 (+Fees*) 679. A George III painted dressing table mirror, circa 1790, the shield shaped mirror on a shaped box with domed boxes and drawer, painted with flowers on a green ground, 35.5cm wide see illustration £500-800 (+Fees*) 680. A George III mahogany chest, circa 1780, with four long graduated drawers on bracket feet, 94cm wide £150-200 (+Fees*) 681. A Regency mahogany bowfront chest with three long drawers on outsplayed bracket feet, 96.5cm wide £250-350 (+Fees*) 682. A George III mahogany bureau, circa 1760, the hinged fall concealing an interior with central starburst cupboard flanked by shaped drawers and architectural pigeon holes, 99cm wide £200-300 (+Fees*)

688. A Victorian gilt framed mirror with repeating stiff leaf decoration, the plate 46.5cm x 64cm £200-300 (+Fees*) 689. Two Georgian walnut fret carved wall mirrors, one with gilt Prince of Wales feathers motif to the cresting, the other with basket of flowers, the larger 83cm high £80-120 (+Fees*) 690. A 19th Century mahogany campaign/ coaching table, the folding top 90cm x 43cm when open and a two-tier whatnot, the lower tier fitted a drawer, on castors, 48cm wide £70-100 (+Fees*) 691. A George III butler’s mahogany and brass bound tray, 82cm wide fixed to a George III style stand £100-150 (+Fees*) 692. A brass corner stick stand, with cast iron base, 42cm wide and a brass door porter (2) £70-90 (+Fees*) 693.

An unusual folio stand constructed from two chair backs, 90cm high £60-80 (+Fees*) 694.

A mahogany folio stand on X framed support with hinged sides, 81cm wide containing a folio of engravings £300-500 (+Fees*)

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A velvet covered chest with domed cover and handles to sides, on conforming stand 52cm wide £120-180 (+Fees*) 696. A Victorian mahogany chest of two short over four long drawers, 99cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*) 697. A Regency mahogany bar back elbow chair with reeded splat, arms and legs £80-120 (+Fees*) 698. A George IV mahogany and crossbanded Pembroke work table, fitted two drawers on an octagonal column and platform base, 76.5cm wide (flaps up) £100-150 (+Fees*) 699. A Regency figured walnut work table, the hinged octagonal top on a triangular column and platform base with scroll legs on a paw caps and castors, 53cm wide £180-220 (+Fees*) 700. A George III corner washstand, inlaid boxwood lines, 54cm wide £50-70 (+Fees*) 701. A Regency style breakfront bookcase in the Egyptian revival manner, with gilt mask headed pilasters on a plinth base, 156cm wide £50-70 (+Fees*) 702. A George III mahogany bureau, handles replaced, 91.5cm wide £70-90 (+Fees*)

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703. A Victorian walnut Sutherland table with oval two-flap top, 87cm wide and a Victorian tripod table, 55.5cm diameter £60-80 (+Fees*) 704. A Regency style mahogany and rosewood crossbanded dining table, the two D ends with two extra leaves, 254cm long x 106.5cm wide, a set of eight splat back dining chairs and a bowfront sideboard, 153.5cm wide £80-120 (+Fees*) 705. A George III style pedestal desk, 137cm wide £50-70 (+Fees*) 706. An Edwardian mahogany floor standing corner cupboard, the glazed upper section on an inlaid cupboard base, 191cm high £40-60 (+Fees*)

713. A George III style dressing chest fitted a brushing slide above four graduated drawers, 71cm wide, a Regency style X framed stool and an oval swing frame mirror (3) £50-70 (+Fees*) 714. A Queen Anne style walnut bureau on cabriole legs with shell carved knees, 74cm wide £40-60 (+Fees*) 715. A Victorian button back tub armchair on carved front legs and another Victorian chair with carved frame and oval button upholstered back £50-70 (+Fees*) 716. A near pair of Edwardian walnut framed nursing chairs with carved crest rails above upholstered backs and seats £40-60 (+Fees*)

707. A Regency mahogany tea table, the fold-over top on a turned column and hipped outswept legs, 91.5cm wide £80-120 (+Fees*)

717. A button upholstered corner armchair on turned front legs, 83cm wide and an Edwardian corner chair £40-60 (+Fees*)

708. A walnut and burr walnut bowfront floor standing corner cupboard, the glazed upper section on a cupboard base, 180.5cm high £30-50 (+Fees*)

718. A burr walnut topped tripod table, 48cm diameter and a torchère on tripod base, 86.5cm high £40-60 (+Fees*)

709. A William IV rosewood breakfast table on octagonal column and circular platform with carved scroll feet, 125.5cm diameter £120-180 (+Fees*) 710. A Victorian mahogany sewing table with concave front, the hinged lid enclosing a fitted interior on a leaf carved column and platform base with paw feet, 49.5cm wide £120-180 (+Fees*) 711. A Victorian burr walnut centre table, the oval top on turned supports and outswept legs with ceramic castors, 108cm wide £80-120 (+Fees*) 712. A Regency mahogany and brass inlaid tea table, the fold-over top on double column support and four outswept legs, 91cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*)


719. A George IV mahogany and crossbanded Pembroke work table, fitted two drawers on an octagonal column and platform base, 76.5cm wide (flaps up) £100-150 (+Fees*) 720. A Chinese altar table, the top with inlaid line, scroll ends and pierced frieze on end supports, 176cm wide £200-300 (+Fees*) 721. A Chinese carved hardwood centre table, early 20th Century, the top of serpentine outline with carved border on carved cabriole legs united by an X stretcher with leaf at the join, 115cm x 56cm £150-200 (+Fees*) 722. A Chinese carved hardwood throne chair, the back with circular panel of censer and vase £120-180 (+Fees*)

723. An elm bacon settle, the upper section enclosed by a pair of panel doors, one incised with pigs head decoration, the seat above two drawers, 156cm wide £200-300 (+Fees*) 724. A Chinese hardwood table, the tray top with galleried sides on a folding X frame base with carved prunus decoration, 74cm x 53.5cm £120-180 (+Fees*) 725. A Regency mahogany and crossbanded sideboard, on turned tapering legs, 193cm wide £300-500 (+Fees*) 726. A small oak cupboard enclosed by panel doors each disguised as three drawers, fitted interior, 45.5cm wide £50-70 (+Fees*) 727. A late 17th Century oak coffer with triple panel lid and linenfold decoration to the front, 91.5cm wide £200-300 (+Fees*) 728. A French oak cupboard enclosed by doors, 167.5cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*) 729. A reproduction refectory table and four ladderback chairs, 195cm x 95.5cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 730. A pine dresser, 166cm wide £200-300 (+Fees*) 731. A French parquetry tray top table on gilt metal mounted legs, 90cm wide £200-300 (+Fees*) 732. A pair of French beech framed nursing chairs £70-100 (+Fees*) 733. A walnut 19th Century washstand with galleried top, 95cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*) 734. An upholstered open armchair, the reeded arm supports above fluted front legs £40-60 (+Fees*) 735. A Windsor type splat back elbow chair with dished seat, a 17th Century style side chair with carved crest rail and an oak splat back chair £80-120 (+Fees*)

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736. A marble topped console table, on marble column front supports with Corinthian capitals and a mirror back flanked by pilasters, 107cm wide £300-500 (+Fees*) 737. A set of eight George III style mahogany dining chairs, with splat backs, trap seats and on chamfered front legs (6 + 2) £200-300 (+Fees*)

Rugs & Carpets

Lot 753

750. A quantity of decorative rugs, various sizes £80-120 (+Fees*)

761. A Hamadan rug with central floral pole decoration on a red ground, 267cm x 176cm £100-150 (+Fees*)

751. A Kashan rug with floral design on a camel coloured ground £70-90 (+Fees*)

762. An Eastern rug with a central medallion on an orange ground, 264cm x 128cm £80-120 (+Fees*)

752. A large European carpet, circa 1900, 430cm x 345cm £1500-2000 (+Fees*)

763. A Khotan rug decorated vases of flowers 244cm x 125cm and another similar, 340cm x 178cm £80-120 (+Fees*)

753. A large Heriz carpet, Persia early 20th Century, 455cm x 350m see illustration £4500-5500 (+Fees*)

764. Two Eastern rugs, 300cm x 193cm and 312cm x 152cm £60-80 (+Fees*) 765. A Bakthiar long rug, West Persia, mid 20th Century, 304cm x 154cm £300-500 (+Fees*) 766. A Kashan silk prayer rug, Central Persia, circa 1900, decorated a vase of flowers design within a mihrab arch, 208cm x 128cm see illustration £500-700 (+Fees*)

754. A large Baktiar carpet, Persia, 532cm x 327cm see illustration £4000-5000 (+Fees*) 755. An Anatolian carpet, circa, 292cm x 200cm £500-600 (+Fees*) 756. A modern Aubusson carpet, 369cm x 265cm £1000-1500 (+Fees*) 757. A Samarkand long rug, East Turkestan, 340cm x 181cm £350-450 (+Fees*)

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758. A Tekke Bokhara rug, Central Asia, circa 1930s, 180cm x 107cm £200-250 (+Fees*) 759. An Eastern rug decorated stylised designs on a blue ground within a multi figured border, 253cm x 162cm and two others £80-120 (+Fees*) 760. An Eastern rug decorated triple pole medallions, 215cm x 126cm £100-150 (+Fees*)

Lot 754

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Lot 783 767. A Kashan rug, Central Persia, circa 1920, the central teardrop shaped medallion to a blue ground within a brick red border, 185cm x 131.5cm £80-120 (+Fees*) 768. A modern decorative rug with central sky blue medallion to a scarlet ground, 193cm x 135cm and a needlework rug in blue and cream, 93.5cm x 69.5cm £70-100 (+Fees*) 769. A Chinese pink ground rug, 157cm x 91cm and a similar oval rug £30-40 (+Fees*) 770. A needlework carpet decorated floral sprays to a black ground, 360cm x 282cm £150-200 (+Fees*) 771. Four kelim rugs, the largest 218cm x 110cm £120-180 (+Fees*) 772. A Kazak runner, East Caucasus, circa 1900, 283cm x 100cm and a Kurdish rug, West Persia, 152cm x 134cm £120-180 (+Fees*)

Lighting 780. Three two-branch gilt metal wall lights, surmounted by ribbon-tie and with scrolling branches, marked Perry, 58.5cm high £300-400 (+Fees*) 781. A pair of Regency gilt brass table lights, hung glass drops, 20cm high £80-120 (+Fees*) 782. A brass Corinthian column lamp and shade, overall 94cm high £100-150 (+Fees*) 783. A fine pair of F & C Osler two-branch candelabra, the cut glass acanthus centre with two candle branches, each hung elongated drops on cut waisted and scalloped bases, 38cm high see illustration £1000-1500 (+Fees*) 784. An Osler style cut glass three-light chandelier with scroll and foliate crown, the central baluster column set three cornucopia lights, with central dish, the whole hung prismatic and elongated glass drops, 127cm high see illustration £1500-2000 (+Fees*) 785. A pair of French re-gilded metal wall lights, set two scrolling branches and central light above a dragon, 42cm high £100-150 (+Fees*) 786. A wrought iron pricket type candlestick, 161cm high £70-90 (+Fees*)


Lot 784 787. A pair of large green-painted and parcel gilt lamps, circa 1900, each 82cm high £100-150 (+Fees*) 788. A pair of pottery table lamp bases of Corinthian column form, the fluted columns on square plinths, 54cm high £60-80 (+Fees*) 789. An adjustable brass desk lamp, 50cm high, two pottery table lamp bases, the tallest 37cm high and a pair of wooden lamp bases, 36cm high £60-80 (+Fees*) 790. A Victorian brass standard lamp converted from an oil lamp, of Corinthian column form on a stepped base £300-500 (+Fees*) 791. A pair of gilt metal curtain tie backs, impressed GH 696 and a pair of two-branch wall lights £80-120 (+Fees*) 792. A pair of Louis XV style ormolu three-branch wall lights, of foliate form the branches with circular drip pans and nozzles £600-800 (+Fees*)

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Lot 793 793. A twelve-branch eight-light chandelier, the scrolling upper tiers above four pairs of candle type lights interspersed by glass pinnacles, a cut glass orb beneath, hung with prismatic drops throughout, 108cm high see illustration £800-1200 (+Fees*) 794. A gilt metal five branch electrolier £100-150 (+Fees*) 795. An eight-branch chandelier, the branches to a central turned silvered column, 72cm wide £150-200 (+Fees*)

Oil Paintings 800. ARR Diana M Armfield RA (British, born 1920) BLEACHED STUBBLE, SAN GIMIGNANO initialled oil on board, 25cm x 22cm Provenance: Purchased from Brian Sinfield, 1990 £300-500 (+Fees*) 801. ARR Diana M Armfield RA (British, born 1920) THE WAY TO THE VILLAGE, FRANCE initialled oil on board, 19cm x 20cm Provenance: Purchased from Brian Sinfield, 1991 £400-600 (+Fees*)

Lot 807 802. ARR Diana M Armfield RA (British, born 1920) LA ROCCA, SAN GIMIGNANO initialled oil on board, 22cm x 25cm Provenance: Purchased from Brian Sinfield, 1990 £400-600 (+Fees*)

805. ARR David J Curtis (British, born 1948) WINTER LIGHT, STONE MILL signed and dated ’90 oil on board, 25.5cm x 31cm Provenance: Purchased from Richard Hagen Gallery, 1991 £100-200 (+Fees*)

803. Walter John Beauvais (British 1942-1998) PARC BORLEY signed oil on board, 24cm x 29cm Provenance: Purchased from Upton Lodge Galleries, 1992 £100-200 (+Fees*)

806. Charles Bryant (Australian 1883-1937) FITTLEWORTH BRIDGE, WEST SUSSEX oil on board, 29cm x 36cm Provenance: Purchased from Hampshire Gallery, Bournemouth 1990 £100-200 (+Fees*)

804. ARR Christopher Glanville (British, born 1948) STUDIO EVENING signed oil on board, 25.5cm x 31cm Provenance: Purchased from Brian Sinfield, 1991 £80-120 (+Fees*)

807. Henry Pickering (c.1720-1770/1) PORTRAIT OF MR NORREYS OF SPEKE half-length, wearing uniform oil on canvas, 75cm x 62cm Note: A number of portraits by Pickering depict men in their distinctive uniform, it is thought that it may be the livery of a shipping company run by the Norreys brothers see illustration £2000-3000 (+Fees*)

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Lot 808 808. Follower of Finart A WINTER SHOOT signed and dated 1835 oil on canvas, 17cm x 34cm see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*) 809. William Wyld (British 1806-1889) A VIEW ON THE NILE signed oil on canvas, 26cm x 39cm see illustration £1000-1500 (+Fees*) 810. Follower of John Rathbone LANDSCAPE WITH CASTLE IN THE DISTANCE oil on panel, 28cm x 37cm £400-500 (+Fees*)

Lot 809 811. John Rathbone (British 1750-1807) RIVER LANDSCAPE WITH RUINS oil on panel, 22cm x 29cm £500-700 (+Fees*) 812. Attributed to Copley Fielding ARUNDEL CASTLE WITH DEER IN THE FOREGROUND oil on canvas, 31cm x 41cm see illustration £650-850 (+Fees*) 813. Philbert Dore LANDSCAPE WITH DISTANT RIVER oil on canvas, 34cm x 42cm £400-600 (+Fees*)

814. J Mounier FISHERWOMEN ON THE FORESHORE signed and dated oil on canvas, 67cm x 53cm £200-300 (+Fees*) 815. School of Kneller PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG BOY oil on canvas, 34cm x 26cm £140-160 (+Fees*) 816. Chiquita Astor PORTRAIT OF JAMES ARTHUR POPE-HENNESSY reclining reading a book, The Blessing by Nancy Mitford inscribed verso oil on canvas, 30cm x 40cm £400-600 (+Fees*) 817. 19th Century English School FISHERMEN ON A BEACH a pair oil on board, 24cm x 33cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 818. A M Stuttand VENICE signed lower left oil on canvas, 39cm x 49cm £60-80 (+Fees*) 819. Early 19th Century English School SQUARE RIGGED SHIP ON COAST oil on canvas, 41cm x 52cm £200-300 (+Fees*)

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Lot 820

Lot 821

The following nine lots are to be sold on behalf of the Late Joan Williams Will Trust 820. James Peel (British 1811-1906) IN A YORKSHIRE DALE signed oil on canvas, 35.5cm x 54cm see illustration £500-700 (+Fees*) 821. David Farquharson ARA (Scottish 1839-1907) GRUDIE BRIDGE, LOCH MAREE signed and dated 1878 oil on canvas, 35.5cm x 53.25cm see illustration £1000-1500 (+Fees*) 822. Joseph Thors (Dutch 1835-1884) NEAR ABINGDON signed oil on canvas, 44.5cm x 76.35cm £600-800 (+Fees*)

Lot 823

823. Joseph Thors (Dutch 1835-1884) FIGURES WALKING ALONG A LANE, YORKSHIRE signed oil on canvas, 61cm x 91.5cm see illustration £1000-1500 (+Fees*) 824. David Farquharson ARA (Scottish 1839-1907) IN THE TROSSACHS signed and dated ’84 oil on canvas, 50.75cm x 76.25cm see illustration £1000-1500 (+Fees*) Lot 824

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Lot 825 825. William Somerville Shanks RSA, RSW (Scottish 1864-1951) THE CHINESE BOWL signed oil on board, 50.75cm x 71.25cm see illustration £3000-5000 (+Fees*)


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Lot 826 826. Henry H Parker (British 1858-1930) RESTING BY A RIVER signed oil on canvas, 50.75cm x 61cm see illustration £1000-1500 (+Fees*)

Lot 827 828. Ernest Higgins Rigg (British 1868-1947) TAKING A REST signed oil on canvas, 45.75cm x 50.75cm see illustration £1000-1500 (+Fees*)

827. Peter Le Cave (British 1769-1811) A TINKER FAMILY RECEIVING ALMS signed oil on canvas, 35cm x 43.25cm see illustration £500-700 (+Fees*)

829. ARR Christophe Charpides (French 1909-1992) LANDSCAPE oil on canvas, 50cm x 60cm £40-60 (+Fees*) 830. Continental School, circa 1900 AUTUMN SCENE with figures on wet pavements oil on board, 29cm x 39.5cm £200-300 (+Fees*)

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837. Audrey Foskett SECOND WINTER’S TALE signed oil on canvas, 61cm x 92cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 838. Arthur Jackson (British 19th Century) DUCKS a pair signed and dated 1885 oil on panel, 15.25cm x 22.75cm see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*)

Lot 838 (part)

The following nineteen lots are to be sold on behalf of the late Cecil Williams Will Trust 831. Audrey Foskett, after Joseph Farquharson EVENING RETURN signed oil on canvas, 61cm x 92cm £150-200 (+Fees*) 832. Audrey Foskett, after Joseph Farquharson MORNING AWAKENING signed oil on canvas, 61cm x 92cm £150-200 (+Fees*)

835. Audrey Foskett ROMANY EVENING signed oil on canvas, 51cm x 61cm £150-200 (+Fees*) 836. Audrey Foskett WINTERS WAY signed oil on canvas, 61cm x 92cm £80-120 (+Fees*)

839. Clarence Poe (British 1870-1909) A HIGHLAND LANDSCAPE signed oil on canvas, 58.5cm x 90.25cm £400-600 (+Fees*) 840. Émile van Marcke de Lummen (French 1827-1890) THE WELL signed oil on canvas laid down on panel, 24.25cm x 31.75cm see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*)

833. Audrey Foskett HUNTING IN THE SNOW signed oil on canvas, 61cm x 92cm £150-200 (+Fees*) 834. Audrey Foskett ROMANY WAY signed oil on canvas, 61cm x 51cm £150-200 (+Fees*)

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Lot 841

Lot 843 (part)

841. Benjamin Williams Leader RA (British 1831-1923) THE LAST GLEAM signed and dated 1893 oil on panel, 19cm x 29.25cm see illustration £500-700 (+Fees*)

842. Herbert Davis Richter (British 1874-1955) MORNING SUNLIGHT signed oil on canvas, 76.25cm x 63.5cm see illustration £1000-1500 (+Fees*)

843. Constant Artz (Dutch 1837-1890) THE ATTENTIVE MOTHER THE SWIMMING LESSON a pair signed oil on board, 16.5cm x 23cm see illustration £1000-1500 (+Fees*)

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Lot 844 844. Maurice Greiffenhagen (British 1862-1931) PORTRAIT OF MISS SYBIL WALLER half length, in a brown dress signed oil on canvas, 76.25cm x 61cm see illustration £2000-3000 (+Fees*)


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845. David Farquharson ARA (Scottish 1839-1907) LOCHNAGAR, DEESIDE signed and dated oil on canvas laid to board, 50.75cm x 76.25cm see illustration £1000-1500 (+Fees*) 846. Edmund Morison Wimperis (British 1835-1900) ON THE SUSSEX DOWNS signed oil on canvas, 50.75cm x 76.25cm £600-800 (+Fees*) 847. Cornelius Van Leemputten (Belgian 1841-1902) SHEEP a pair signed oil on panel, 16.5cm x 22.75cm see illustration £800-1200 (+Fees*) 848. Follower of John Constable WOODED LANDSCAPE oil on canvas, 20.25cm x 16cm £50-70 (+Fees*) 849. George Telfer Bear (Scottish 1876-1973) STILL LIFE OF A VASE OF ROSES AND A FAN signed oil on canvas, 29.5cm x 25cm see illustration £800-1200 (+Fees*) 850. 19th Century English School PORTRAIT OF A LADY half-length, wearing a black dress oil on canvas, 44cm x 33cm £100-150 (+Fees*)

Lot 845 851. H Copson ON THE WYE, WORCESTER inscribed verso oil on canvas, 20cm x 31cm £30-40 (+Fees*) 852. 19th Century Italian School THE BATHERS oil on canvas, 30cm x 40cm £200-300 (+Fees*) 853. ARR John Houston RSA OBE (British 1930-2008) DAWN LARGO BAY signed gallery label verso oil on canvas, 34cm x 45cm £200-300 (+Fees*)

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854. ARR John Houston RSA OBE (British 1930-2008) HARRIS signed gallery label verso oil on canvas, 39cm x 49cm £300-400 (+Fees*) 855. English Provincial School, circa 1850 CATTLE AND PIGS IN A FARMYARD oil on canvas, 50.75cm x 61cm £300-500 (+Fees*) 856. Sydenham Edwards LANDSCAPE WITH RAM AND EWE signed lower left oil on canvas, 35.5cm x 45cm £300-500 (+Fees*)

Lot 849

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Lot 857 857. Benjamin Williams Leader RA (British 1831-1923) STILL EVENING river landscape beside a copse with cattle in a distant field signed and dated 1918 lower left oil on canvas, 91.5cm x 152.5cm see illustration ÂŁ10000-15000 (+Fees*)


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Lot 866

858. Manner of Edgar Hunt CHICKENS AND A RABBIT IN A BARN signed and dated 1949 oil on board, 28.5cm x 34cm £60-80 (+Fees*)

864. ARR William Miller Frazer RSA (Scottish 1864-1961) DUCKS OVER MARSHLAND, NEWBURGH, FIFE oil on canvas, 40cm x 60cm £200-300 (+Fees*)

859. J H Lewis LANDSCAPES a pair oil on board, 17.5cm x 24.5cm £40-60 (+Fees*)

865. Berrisford Hill (British 20th Century) PHEASANT ON A SNOWY TRACK WOODCOCK AT DAWN a pair oil on board, 13cm x 18cm £60-80 (+Fees*)

860. 19th Century English School LAKELAND SCENE oil on canvas, 47.5cm x 66.5cm £150-200 (+Fees*) 861. 20th Century French School MEDITERRANEAN HARBOUR SCENE oil on canvas, 58.5cm x 72cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 862. Circle of Rudolf Stone (British 19th Century) STEEPLECHASING oil on panel, 15cm x 30.5cm £150-200 (+Fees*) 863. ARR William Miller Frazer RSA (Scottish 1864-1961) LOOKING DOWNSTREAM oil on canvas, 35cm x 43cm Provenance: The Richard Hagen Gallery see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*)

866. Charles Cundall RA RWS RP (British 1890-1971) SAINT-JACUT-DE-LA-MER, BRITTANY oil on canvas, 29cm x 49.5cm see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*) 867. Maud Hall Neale (circa 1870-1950) MOUNTAIN LANDSCAPE with cherry trees in blossom to foreground oil on board, 34.5cm x 44.5cm and Claire Leonard SUMMER FLOWERS IN A VASE oil on canvas, 40cm x 50cm £80-120 (+Fees*)

869. ARR James Hardy (British, born 1937) SEA BATTLE oil on board, 19cm x 24cm £60-80 (+Fees*) 870. Circle of Benjamin Barker CATTLE AT DUSK oil on canvas, 55cm x 75cm £60-80 (+Fees*) 871. James Loder of Bath (British 1784-1860) DICK study of a terrier inscribed, initialled and dated 1828 oil on board, 11cm x 14.5cm £60-80 (+Fees*) 872. Roger de La Corbière (French 1893-1974) BEACH IN MOONLIGHT signed lower left oil on canvas, 44.5cm x 53.5cm £300-400 (+Fees*) 873. Edward Dawson NEAC (British 19411999) MORNING SUNLIGHT ON THE RIVER KENNET signed, oil on board, 21.5cm x 31.5cm £80-120 (+Fees*)

868. Circle of Ignace Van der Becken (1689-1774) AFTER THE HUNT oil on canvas, 57cm x 73.5cm £400-600 (+Fees*)

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Lot 874 874. ARR Thomas Sherwood La Fontaine (British 1915-2007) DISTANT PROSPECT OF ALDERLEY HOUSE (ROSE HILL SCHOOL) signed oil on board, 49.5cm x 74.5cm Note: Alderley House, near Wottonunder-Edge, Gloucestershire was the residence of the Hale family until the 2nd World War when it became the home of Rose Hill School for 70 years. This painting was presented to Mr Gilbert Wheat from the Parents of the Rose Hill School pupils on the occasion of his retirement July 15th 1978 see illustration £1000-2000 (+Fees*) 875. Otto Albert Krebs (1870-1955) CONTINENTAL LANDSCAPE signed oil on canvas, 84cm x 66cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 876. 20th Century English School RIVER LANDSCAPE indistinctly signed oil on board, 32.5cm x 43cm £60-80 (+Fees*) 66

877. ARR Christopher Miers RBA (British, born 1941) LANDSCAPE WITH MOUNTAINS, PAROS oil on board, 15cm x 20cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 878. Fritz Reusing (German 1874-1957) PORTRAIT OF OTTO LANGHORST seated, wearing a suit and holding papers in his right hand oil on board, 131cm x 102cm £300-500 (+Fees*) 879. Charles Dukes (19th Century) MOTHER AND CHILDREN IN A COTTAGE INTERIOR oil on canvas, 29cm x 21.5cm £200-300 (+Fees*) 880. ARR Andreas Gyula Bubarnik (Hungarian, born 1936) STILL LIFE WITH FLAGON AND FRUIT signed oil on panel, 58.5cm x 48.5cm £300-400 (+Fees*)

881. ARR Andreas Gyula Bubarnik (Hungarian, born 1936) 17TH CENTURY STYLE STILL LIFES a pair signed oil on panel, 40cm x 29.5cm £400-600 (+Fees*) 882. William Collins RA (British 1788-1847) THE PET a child feeding a young deer by hand signed and dated 1834 oil on canvas, 49cm x 41cm £200-300 (+Fees*) 883. Charles Edward Johnson (British 1832-1913) SHEPHERD AND FLOCK ON A COUNTRY TRACK signed and dated 1880 oil on canvas, 49cm x 74cm £200-300 (+Fees*) 884. John Barrett (British 1822-1893) LANDSCAPE WITH CATTLE WATERING AT THE RIVERSIDE oil on canvas, 39.5cn x 59.5cm £200-300 (+Fees*)

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Lot 887 885. Richard Hayes (19th 20th Century) BRODICK, ISLE OF ARRAN signed oil on canvas, 50cm x 75cm £300-400 (+Fees*) 886. Paul Jones (British act. 1855-1888) TERRIERS HUNTING A RABBIT LURCHERS ON THE SCENT a pair signed and dated 1868 oil on canvas, 20cm x 30cm Provenance: The Summerfield Sale 5/3 1990 Lot 194 £1500-2000 (+Fees*) 887. After Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun (French 1755-1842) SELF PORTRAIT, PAINTING A PORTRAIT OF MARIE ANTOINETTE oil on canvas, 33cm x 24cm in a carved and gilded Florentine frame see illustration £1200-1800 (+Fees*) 888. After Bartolomé Esteban Murillo (Spanish 1617-1682) TWO PEASANT BOYS oil on canvas, 84.5cm x 67.5cm see illustration £500-700 (+Fees*) 889. Continental School, circa 1900 PORTRAIT OF A PRIEST oil on canvas, 50.5cm x 41cm £100-150 (+Fees*)

Lot 888 890. E Bourgeois 1918 PORTRAIT OF A MAN IN UNIFORM oil on canvas, 54.5cm x 45cm £300-500 (+Fees*) 891. Attributed to Thomas Stothard (1755-1834) YOUNG SHEPHERDESS oil on panel, 25.5cm x 18cm and 19th Century English School FIGURES ON A COUNTRY ROAD oil on panel, 11cm x 14cm £40-60 (+Fees*)

Portrait Miniatures 900. ◆ Attributed to Sarah Goodridge (American 1788-1853) PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A YOUNG LADY half-length, her hair in ringlets and wearing a purple dress watercolour on ivory, 8cm x 6.5cm £150-200 (+Fees*) 901. ◆ Grace Cruikshank (British fl.1860-1894) PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF MRS BRABASON half-length, wearing a white bonnet, yellow dress and black stole signed watercolour on ivory, 12cm x 9cm £150-200 (+Fees*)

902. ◆ 19th Century English School PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A YOUNG MAN IN PROFILE initialled watercolour on paper, 9.5cm x 7.5cm and two others depicting young women, both watercolour on ivory (3) £70-100 (+Fees*) 903. ◆ Frederick Cruickshank (British 1800-1868) A FAMILY GROUP OF FIVE PORTRAIT MINIATURES FRAMED AS ONE

depicting Elizabeth Hawkins (nee Friell) her three Daughters Elizabeth, Henrietta and Charlotte and her son John one initialled FC and dated 1834, another initialled FC and dated 1835 watercolour on ivory, 10cm x 7.5cm each £2500-3500 (+Fees*) 904. ◆ English School, circa 1830 PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A YOUNG LADY half-length, wearing a white dress, a long gold chain about her neck, oval watercolour on ivory, 11.5cm x 9.5cm a portrait miniature of a seated gentleman, possibly the companion portrait to the above (discoloured) another circa 1850 of a Mother and Child, oval, 18cm x 12.5cm and another of a seated lady reading a letter, probably over a photographic base, 18cm x 12.5cm, framed as one £600-800 (+Fees*)

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913. Ramón Tusquets y Maignon (Spanish 1837-1904) HUNTSMAN watercolour, 18cm x 11cm £200-300 (+Fees*)

Drawings & Watercolours 905. ARR Margaret Isobel Wright (British 1884-1957) PICKING BLUEBELLS signed watercolour, 36cm x 31cm £150-250 (+Fees*)

914. Alfred George Stevens (British 1817-1875) STUDY OF A SEATED NUDE red chalk, 20.5cm x 28cm £250-350 (+Fees*)

906. ARR Albert Ernest Bottomley (British 1873-1950) FRIDAY STREET, NEAR BOXHILL signed watercolour, 24cm x 34cm £80-120 (+Fees*) 907. Howard Davie (British 1868-1943) ST GEORGE TRIUMPHANT returning on horseback, bearing the Union flag and flanked by ethereal figures watercolour, 46cm x 29cm Note: Davie produced illustrations for fairy tales and other books published by Raphael Tuck & Son in the early 20th Century £80-120 (+Fees*) 908. G K Chesterton (British 1874-1936) A REGENCY DANDY monogrammed pencil, 22cm x 17cm £150-200 (+Fees*) 909. ARR Charles Walter Simpson (British 1885-1971) HUNTING SCENE ink, 19.5cm x 18cm £150-200 (+Fees*)

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915. Joseph Murray Ince (British 1806-1859) CONTINENTAL LAKE SCENE signed and dated 1839 watercolour, 20cm x 33cm see illustration £500-700 (+Fees*) 916. James Burrell Smith (British 1822-1897) BEACHED FISHING BOATS signed and dated 1883 watercolour and bodycolour, 32cm x 49cm £400-600 (+Fees*)

Lot 911 910. Follower of Samuel Prout FRENCH CATHEDRAL AND BUILDINGS watercolour, 26cm x 18.5cm £300-400 (+Fees*) 911. ARR Henry Charles Brewer (British 1866-1950) BURGOS CATHEDRAL signed and dated 1906 watercolour and bodycolour, 50cm x 35cm see illustration £400-600 (+Fees*) 912. Henry William Brewer (British 1830-1903) CATHEDRAL INTERIOR signed watercolour, 36cm x 26cm £150-250 (+Fees*)

917. Anthony Vandyke Copley Fielding (British 1787-1855) LAKE LANDSCAPE WITH FIGURES AND CASTLE watercolour, 19cm x 27.5cm £300-500 (+Fees*) 918. William Wyld (British 1806-1889) CONTINENTAL CITYSCAPE signed watercolour, 23cm x 35cm see illustration £400-600 (+Fees*)

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Lot 935 919. Eight botanical studies, watercolours and prints £80-120 (+Fees*) 920. P Dohe THE DEPOSITION OF THE CROSS signed and dated ’56 charcoal, 60cm x 44cm £20-30 (+Fees*) 921. Manner of David Cox LANDSCAPE WITH FIGURES AND CHURCH IN DISTANCE bears signature watercolour, 26cm x 37.5cm £40-60 (+Fees*) 922. English School, early 19th Century PORTRAIT OF A BOY three-quarter length, in a red suit, with a dog pastel, 43cm x 37cm £40-60 (+Fees*) 923. ARR Ana Maria Pacheco (Brazilian, born 1943) STUDY FOR SCULPTURE III watercolour, 19cm x 13cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 924. French School, 20th Century TOWNSCAPE and an early 19th Century drawing of a lady, 23cm x 16cm (both unframed) £30-40 (+Fees*) 925. T Fullock AVENUE OF OAK TREES watercolour, 30cm x 20.5cm (unframed) £40-60 (+Fees*)

Lot 936 926. A A Ilsom AN AMAZON PARROT initialled and dated ’85 watercolour, 24cm x 20cm £30-40 (+Fees*) 927. Eugene Verboeckhoven (Belgian 1798-1881) PORTRAIT OF A BULL AND SHEPHERDESS WITH SHEEP signed and dated pencil drawing, 60cm x 84cm £50-60 (+Fees*) 928. H Bunbury RURAL LANDSCAPE WITH TREES signed wash drawing, 16cm x 24cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 929. James W Ferguson ABBEY CASTLE RUINS a pair watercolour, 15cm x 26cm £30-40 (+Fees*) 930. ARR Paul A Nicholas (British 1943-2007) FARNE ISLANDS GUILLEMOTS FARNE ISLANDS KITTIWAKES a pair both signed lower right and dated 1971 watercolour, 38cm x 76cm £60-80 (+Fees*) 931. ARR Paul A Nicholas (British 1943-2007) RED SQUIRREL signed lower right watercolour, 31cm x 26cm £30-40 (+Fees*)

932. Edward William Cooke (British 1811-1880) FISHING BOATS ON A BEACH, SCHEVELING PINCKS 1837 watercolour, 44cm x 38cm £80-120 (+Fees*) 933. Late 18th Century French School WASHING DAY a pair bodycolour, 19cm x 25cm £150-200 (+Fees*) 934. Elizabeth Barincole (19th Century) DESDEMONA signed and dated 1833 pencil, 14cm x 9.5cm and 19th Century English School BEACHED FISHING BOAT pen, ink and wash, 5cm x 9cm and another £60-80 (+Fees*) The following fifteen lots are to be sold on behalf of the Late Joan Williams Will Trust 935. Frederick Nash (British 1782-1856) HUY ON THE MEUSE, BELGIUM watercolour, 20.25cm x 36.25cm see illustration £250-350 (+Fees*) 936. Samuel Bough RSA (British 1822-1878) A FISHING FLEET AT TARBUT, LOCH FYNE signed, inscribed and dated 1856 watercolour and bodycolour, 42cm x 64.75cm see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*)

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Lot 937

Lot 939

937. George Balmer (British 1806-1846) BAMBURGH CASTLE watercolour and bodycolour, 35.5cm x 56cm see illustration £800-1200 (+Fees*) 938. Charles Brook Branwhite (British 1812-1845) A FERRY ON THE DEE signed and dated 1867 watercolour and bodycolour, 43.75cm x 63.5cm £400-600 (+Fees*) 939. Bernard Johannes Blommers (Dutch 1845-1914) A DUTCH HOUSE WITH A MOTHER AND CHILDREN signed watercolour, 35.5cm x 25.5cm see illustration £800-1200 (+Fees*)

Lot 940

940. Thomas Miles Richardson Jnr. RWS (British 1784-1848) LOCARNO ON LAKE MAGGIORE signed and dated 1859 watercolour, 51cm x 76.75cm see illustration £1200-1800 (+Fees*) 941. William James Muller (British 1812-1845) THE FORD monogrammed watercolour and bodycolour with gum arabic, 45.75cm x 71.25cm see illustration £1000-1500 (+Fees*)

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942. 19th Century English School OXFORD FROM HEADINGTON HILL watercolour, 49.5cm x 67.25cm see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*)

Lot 942

943. William Leighton Leitch (Scottish 1804-1883) IN THE HIGHLANDS signed and dated 1875 watercolour and bodycolour, 50.25cm x 79.5cm see illustration £800-1200 (+Fees*)

Lot 943

944. Charles Bentley OWS (British 1806-1854) OFF DOVER watercolour and bodycolour, 47cm x 77.5cm see illustration £800-1200 (+Fees*)

Lot 944

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945. Thomas Shotter Boys (British 1803-1874) HESSE CASSEL signed and dated 1867 watercolour, 36.75cm x 28cm see illustration £3000-5000 (+Fees*)

946. Myles Birket Foster RWS (British 1825-1899) THE LAGOON, VENICE monogrammed watercolour and bodycolour, 10.75cm x 14.5cm see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*)

947. John Frederick Lewis RA, POWS (British 1804-1876) A SPANISH GYPSY signed and dated Seville 1833 watercolour and bodycolour, 34.25cm x 24.25cm see illustration £2000-3000 (+Fees*)

Lot 945

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Lot 948 (part) 948. ARR Frank Egginton (Irish 1908-1990) CUMMERAGH RIVER THE ROAD TO MUCKISH GAP, CO. DONEGAL a pair both signed watercolour, 52cm x 73.75cm see illustration £1500-2000 (+Fees*) 949. William Callow RWS (British 1812-1908) NEAR MARBURG signed and dated Aug 26, ’71 watercolour over pencil, 24.75cm x 33.75cm £300-500 (+Fees*)

950. John Keeley RBSA (British 1849-1930) LANDSCAPE WITH INCOMING RAIN CLOUDS signed watercolour, 23cm x 30cm £40-60 (+Fees*)

Lot 954

Lot 952 The following thirty-eight lots are to be sold on behalf of the late Cecil Williams Will Trust 951. George Barret Jnr. (British 1767-1842) AN ARCADIAN LANDSCAPE AT SUNSET signed watercolour, 33cm x 48.25cm £300-500 (+Fees*) 952. Charlotte Nasmyth (Scottish 1804-1884) THE FARM watercolour, 16cm x 23.5cm see illustration £250-350 (+Fees*) 953. William James Muller (British 1812-1845) CHILDREN BY A STREAM signed watercolour, 30.5cm x 47cm £300-500 (+Fees*)

954. Samuel Brough RSA (Scottish 1822-1878) THE AVENUE, KELTY, FIFE signed and dated 1876 watercolour and bodycolour, 28cm x 33cm see illustration £400-600 (+Fees*) 955. Myles Birket Foster RWS (British 1822-1899) RUINED COTTAGE AT GAIRLOCH signed with monogram watercolour and bodycolour, 15.25cm x 24.75cm see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*)

Lot 955

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956. Attributed to John ‘Warwick’ Smith (British 1749-1831) A VIEW IN THE ROMAN CAMPAGNA watercolour, 37.5cm x 53.25cm see illustration £1000-1500 (+Fees*) 957. David Cox Snr. OWS (British 1733-1859) CADAIR IDRIS, NORTH WALES signed watercolour, 29.5cm x 45cm see illustration £1500-2000 (+Fees*) 958. Follower of John Varley ON LOCH FYNE watercolour, 18.5cm x 26cm £40-60 (+Fees*) 959. Herbert John Finn (British 1861-1942) COASTAL LANDSCAPE signed and dated ’98 watercolour, 50.25cm x 76.25cm £200-300 (+Fees*)

Lot 956

960. Anthony Vandyke Copley Fielding POWS (British 1787-1855) LANDSCAPE WITH A DROVER AND CATTLE ON A ROAD watercolour, 16.5cm x 24.75cm £200-300 (+Fees*) 961. Francis Oliver Finch (British 1802-1862) RIVER LANDSCAPE AT DUSK watercolour, 13.25cm x 21.5cm £250-350 (+Fees*) 962. William Leighton Leitch (British 1804-1883) COASTAL SCENE WITH A FISHERMAN - A SKETCH signed with monogram watercolour and bodycolour, 9cm x 13.25cm £150-200 (+Fees*)

Lot 957

963. Circle of David Cox Snr (British 1783-1859) HILLY LANDSCAPE WITH A FIGURE NEAR A COTTAGE watercolour, 19cm x 26.75cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 964. Paul Sandby Munn (British 1773-1845) FIGURES WITH A HORSE AND CART BY A BARN watercolour, 20.25cm x 26.75cm £200-300 (+Fees*) 965. Myles Birket Foster RWS (British 1825-1899) FARMYARD WITH A MILKMAID, CHILDREN AND CHICKENS with artist’s studio stamp watercolour and bodycolour, 16.5cm x 26cm see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*) Lot 965


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Lot 966

966. Clarkson Stanfield RA (British 1793-1867) SHIPPING OFF THE COAST watercolour, 38cm x 55.25cm see illustration £1000-1500 (+Fees*)

Lot 967

969. Constant Artz (Dutch 1837-1890) THE RIVER BANK, SPRING signed watercolour and bodycolour, 29.25cm x 47cm see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*)

967. William Callow RWS (British 1812-1908) OLD FARMHOUSE, MALVERN watercolour, 24.25cm x 34.25cm see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*)

970. 19th Century English School LANDSCAPE WITH FIGURES AND CATTLE watercolour, 17.25cm x 25.5cm £50-70 (+Fees*)

968. Francis Nicholson OWS (British 1753-1844) SALZBURG watercolour, 29.75cm x 45cm £400-600 (+Fees*)

971. Follower of Sir Alfred James Munnings THE ARTIST’S HOME, DEDHAM, ESSEX bears signature watercolour, 20.25cm x 29.75cm £100-150 (+Fees*)

Lot 969

972. Follower of Francis Nicholson (British 1753-1844) HACKFALL AND THE RIVER URE, YORKSHIRE watercolour, 22.5cm x 35cm £100-150 (+Fees*)

973. Thomas Walmesley (Irish 1763-1805) TINTERN ABBEY, MONMOUTHSHIRE a pair bodycolour, 28cm x 40.75cm see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*)

Lot 973 (part)

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Lot 974 (part)

974. James Burrell Smith (British 1822-1897) VIEWS IN THE SOUTH OF FRANCE, ITALY AND SCOTLAND six, each variously signed and dated 1886, 1884 watercolour, 12.75cm x 177.75cm see illustration £800-1200 (+Fees*)

975. Edmund Morison Wimperis (British 1835-1900) NORTH WALES signed watercolour, 59cm x 89.5cm see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*)

Lot 975

976. Adrien Lucy (French, died 1875) A FRENCH MILITARY REVIEW AT METZ a pair signed and dated 1844 watercolour, 34.25cm x 55.75cm see illustration £1500-2000 (+Fees*)

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Lot 980 Lot 977

977. Attributed to Martinus Schouman (Dutch 1770-1848) HORSE-DRAWN WAGON IN THE CORNFIELDS watercolour, 33.75cm x 25.5cm see illustration £400-600 (+Fees*) 978. Attributed to Thomas Hosmer Shepherd (British 1792-1864) FAMILY BENEATH A TREE watercolour, 34.25cm x 59cm £400-600 (+Fees*)

979. Ann St John Partridge (British 1855-1936) THE DOORWAY, VENICE watercolour, 39.5cm x 31.75cm £100-150 (+Fees*)

981. Charles Rowbotham (British 1856-1921) A PICNIC PARTY, BEDDGELERT, NORTH WALES watercolour, 14cm x 25.5cm see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*)

980. John Varley OWS (British 1778-1842) A MOUNTAIN AQUEDUCT watercolour, 18.5cm x 25.5cm see illustration £400-600 (+Fees*)

982. David Cox Jnr. (British 1809-1885) LANDSCAPE STUDY watercolour, 19cm x 28cm £150-200 (+Fees*)

Lot 981

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Lot 983 983. Attributed to David Cox Snr. OWS (British 1783-1859) RIVER LANDSCAPE WITH FIGURES, CATTLE AND SHEEP watercolour, 20.25cm x 26.75cm see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*) 984. ARR Harry Connett (British late 20th Century) JACK AND JILL, TWO WINDMILLS watercolour heightened with white, 30.5cm x 40.75cm £80-120 (+Fees*)

985. ARR Mabel Frances Wickham (British 1902-1992) A VILLAGE SEEN THROUGH TREES watercolour, 29.25cm x 36.75cm £100-150 (+Fees*)

987. Thomas Miles Richardson Jnr. RWS (British 1784-1848) ITALIAN LAKE SCENE watercolour, 28cm x 39.5cm £400-600 (+Fees*)

986. Jan van Couver (Dutch 1836-1909) NOORDEN HOLLAND, 19TH CENTURY watercolour and bodycolour, 36.25cm x 51.5cm £150-200 (+Fees*)

988. David Cox Snr. OWS (British 1783-1859) CASTLE RISING, KINGS LYNN, NORFOLK watercolour, 29.25cm x 49.5cm see illustration £800-1200 (+Fees*)

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989. G L Anderson POLPERRO CORNISH SEASCAPE a pair watercolour, 37cm x 54cm £50-60 (+Fees*)

998. Maria Gastineau (British 1827-1890) FIGURES IN A MOUNTAIN VALLEY signed and dated 1888 watercolour, 13cm x 28cm Provenance: The Heather Newman Gallery £80-120 (+Fees*)

990. G L Anderson ST IVES signed and dated 1922 watercolour, 36cm x 54cm £80-120 (+Fees*)

999. William Payne (British 1760-1830) LIME KILN WITH FIGURES AND BOATS watercolour over pencil, 15cm x 20cm Provenance: The Heather Newman Gallery £80-120 (+Fees*)

991. Samuel Atkins (British 1760-1808) THREE MASTED MAN O’ WAR IN ROUGH SEAS watercolour, 12cm x 17.5cm £300-400 (+Fees*) 992. Maria Gastineau (British 1827-1890) LLANBERIS PASS SNOWDON with figures on path watercolour, 22cm x 31cm Provenance: The Heather Newman Gallery £200-300 (+Fees*) 993. Harden Sidney Melville (British 1824-1894) CHANGING HORSES signed watercolour, 16cm x 28cm £150-200 (+Fees*) 994. M Fowler ITALIAN PEASANT AND CHILD IN A KITCHEN signed and dated 1884 watercolour, 33cm x 36cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 995. G Shepherd CATTLE WATERING BESIDE A RUINED MANOR watercolour, 24cm x 36cm £80-120 (+Fees*) 996. W H Gill RUINED ABBEY watercolour, 31cm x 51cm and another inscribed David Cox £100-200 (+Fees*) 997. Evans Wilson LANDSCAPES three watercolours, 29cm x 35cm £60-80 (+Fees*)

1000. Henry Gastineau (British 1791-1876) THE LAKE OF LLANBERIS inscribed on label verso ‘brought from the Artist by F Lushington’ watercolour, 15cm x 21cm Provenance: The Heather Newman Gallery £150-200 (+Fees*) 1001. Nathaniel Everett Green (British 1823-1899) ON THE WHARF signed and inscribed watercolour, 23cm x 49cm and three other watercolours £100-150 (+Fees*) 1002. Derryn Tal (Australian, Contemporary) QUILT mixed media, 54cm x 27cm £60-80 (+Fees*) 1003. Derryn Tal (Australian, Contemporary) ISLAND mixed media, 35cm x 34cm £80-100 (+Fees*) 1004. Alfred Ashdown Box (British 1879-1910) FIGURE ON A COUNTRY PATH signed and dated 92 watercolour, 29.5cm x 45cm and another similar dated ‘88, 30.5cm x 45cm £40-60 (+Fees*) 1005. Sir Charles Holroyd (British 1861-1917) STUDY OF A BRIDGE BY A CONTINENTAL TOWN pen and ink, 25cm x 62cm £200-300 (+Fees*) 1006. W Braithwaite HARBOUR SCENE signed and dated 1897 watercolour, 26.5cm x 21cm £60-80 (+Fees*)

1007. Attributed to R M Barton SHEPHERD AND FLOCK watercolour, 22cm x 51cm £150-200 (+Fees*) 1008. Luigi Barlozzi (19th/20th Century) ITALIAN COAST SCENES a pair watercolour, 27cm x 45.5cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 1009. Alma Burton Cull (1880-1931) A THREE-MASTED SHIP ‘THERMOPYLAE’ AT SEA signed and dated 1927 watercolour, 25cm x 37cm £150-200 (+Fees*) 1010. William Payne (British 1755/60-circa 1830) FOUR LANDSCAPES oval signed W Payne/WP watercolour, 19cm x 24.5cm £200-300 (+Fees*) 1011. Cornelius Pearson (British 1805-1891) TRAVELLER ON A COUNTRY ROAD signed and dated 1855 watercolour, 15cm x 29.5cm and VIEW OF A CASTLE signed and dated 1854 watercolour, 18.5cm x 30cm £80-120 (+Fees*) 1012. Oscar Niemeyer (Brazilian 1907-2012) DESIGN FOR A BUILDING inscribed and dated 1995 felt tip, 56cm x 46cm £400-600 (+Fees*) 1013. 19th Century English School FISHING BOATS ON THE FORESHORE watercolour, 16.5cm x 24cm and a decorative mirror and sundry pictures £40-60 (+Fees*) 1014. ARR Yves Diey (French 1892-1984) FEMALE NUDES RECLINING a pair pencil and red chalk, 13.5cm x 17cm £40-60 (+Fees*)

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1015. Judith Rothschild (American 1921-1993) PALAZZO LECHI, MONTIRONE I pastel, 30.5cm x 25cm John Fisher (b.1938) MARKET NEAR THE PIAZZA MICHELANGELO, FLORENCE signed and dated ’88 oil on paper, 33cm x 22cm and TOUR OF THE PALAZZO VECCHIO FROM THE ROBOLI GARDENS signed and dated ‘88 oil on paper, 21.5cm x 32.5cm (3) £80-120 (+Fees*) 1016. ARR William Dennis Dring (British 1904-1990) TWO STUDIES OF MALE NUDES one in red chalk, one in pencil, 38.5cm x 27cm, unframed £100-150 (+Fees*) 1017. Sir William Allan (British 1782-1850) RIVER LANDSCAPE watercolour, 8.5cm x 18cm Provenance: The English Gallery £100-150 (+Fees*) 1018. John-Lewis Shonborn (1852-1931) STUDY OF AN OX pencil heightened in white, 31cm x 47.5cm £50-70 (+Fees*) 1019. 19th Century English School STUDY OF A YELLOW DOG ROSE watercolour, 26.5cm x 22cm M F Rimington CLOUDS, EAST KNOYLE watercolour and sundry other botanical and other watercolours, unframed £80-100 (+Fees*) 1020. ARR F John Owen (20th Century) BEAUDESERT PARK SCHOOL watercolour, 21.5cm x 15cm and Jane Lampard (British Contemporary) COTSWOLD ESCARPMENT FROM ROSE HILL SCHOOL limited edition print 53 of 150, 24.5cm x 34.5cm £30-40 (+Fees*) 1021. George Robert Vawser (British 1800-1888) STREET SCENE WITH VIEW OF A CATHEDRAL STREET SCENE a pair signed and dated watercolour, 20cm x 14cm £80-120 (+Fees*)


Lot 1027 1022. Charles Frederick Allbon (British 1856-1926) FISHERFOLK ON THE FORESHORE monogrammed and dated 1895 watercolour, 47cm x 67cm £120-180 (+Fees*)

1026. Late 19th Century English School PROSPECT OF THE COAST FROM A WINDOW oval watercolour, 30cm x 40cm and STUDY OF A POPPY watercolour, 36cm x 22.5cm £40-60 (+Fees*)

1023. Thomas Webster (British 1800-1886) HUNTERS BY A WOODLAND PATH signed with monogram watercolour, 37cm x 54cm £100-150 (+Fees*)

1027. Lionel Dalhousie Robertson Edwards (British 1878-1966) SHE LED ME INTO A COLD DARK ROOM Scene from Lorna Doone watercolour, 32cm x 24cm Provenance: Abbott & Holder, The Dent Archive Sale, Sothebys 1987 see illustration £300-400 (+Fees*)

1024. C McArthur FIGURES BY A LOCH signed and dated ’93 watercolour, 35cm x 52cm £70-90 (+Fees*) 1025. 19th Century English School FLORAL STUDIES a pair initialled A G and dated 1870 oval watercolours, 22.5cm x 18cm and two floral prints (4) £30-50 (+Fees*)

1028. Frank Dadd (British 1851-1929) SOMETHING TO KEEP OUT THE COLD signed and dated 1927 watercolour, 36cm x 26cm £300-500 (+Fees*) 1029. Samuel West FAMILY IN AN INTERIOR pencil brown work, 17.5cm x 22cm and 19th Century English School GRAND HOUSE ON A RIVER watercolour, 25cm x 34cm £120-150 (+Fees*)

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Prints & Maps 1030. William Wynne Ryland (1723-1783) after Angelica Kauffman LADY WRITING A LETTER LADY WITH A MUSICAL BOX oval stipple engravings, 31cm x 25cm £80-100 (+Fees*) 1031. Alexander Van Haecken (1701-1758) after Jacopo Amigoni CAROLINE, QUEEN CONSORT OF GEORGE II mezzotint under glass, 35.5cm x 25.5cm £150-200 (+Fees*) 1032. Francesco Bartolozzi (Italian 1727-1815) after Giovanni Batista Cipriani THE ELEMENTS four stipple engravings, 19cm x 25cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 1033. Thomas Gaugain (1756-1812) after James Northcote COUNTRY GIRL OF TUSCANY BLIND GIRL OF THE ENVIRONS OF ROME a pair of stipple engravings, 23.5cm x 19cm and Bartolozzi after Joshua Reynolds PORTRAIT OF FRANCESCO BARTOLOZZI stipple engraving in colour, 24cm x 20cm and another stipple engraving after Richard Cosway ‘Docet Amor’ (4) £80-100 (+Fees*)

Lot 1034 1034. ARR ‘Snaffles’, Charles Johnson Payne (British 1884-1967) THE HUNTSMAN The ‘oss loves the ‘ounds but I loves both signed and with blind stamp coloured print, 21.5cm x 27.5cm see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*)

1035. ARR ‘Snaffles’ Charles Johnson Payne (British 1884-1967) THE GENT IN RATCATCHER I have my man cleaning my ‘osses not my breeches signed and with blind stamp coloured print, 25cm x 26cm £150-200 (+Fees*) 1036. After Pierre-Auguste Renoir (French 1841-1919) AMBROISE VOLLARD original lithograph, 28cm x 22cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 1037. ARR Pablo Picasso (Spanish 1881-1973) HEAD OF A BULL signed label verso, limited edition 54/320 engraving, 22.5cm x 23cm Note: illustration part of the Carmen Suite by Prosper Merimee 1949 Provenance: Goldmark Gallery label verso see illustration £400-600 (+Fees*)

Lot 1037

1038. Ros Goody BEN signed limited edition print and two other limited edition prints by Alan Hayman £80-120 (+Fees*)

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1039. Giovanni Bassi (Italian 1550-1621) ROMAN VIEWS six 18th Century engravings, 20cm x 32cm £250-350 (+Fees*)

1046. Five French fashion plates colour prints, 29cm x 21.5cm in birdseye maple frames and another print £40-60 (+Fees*)

1040. F Cirba ACHELOUS ES HERCULES DAEDALUS ES ICARUS MEDEA MENCHILEN three limited edition prints, 30cm x 35cm £20-30 (+Fees*)

1047. William Tatton Winter (British 1855-1928) CANTERBURY FROM THE WEST DARK ENTRY, CANTERBURY WEST GATE TOWERS, CANTERBURY three colour etchings, 35.5cm x 45cm and smaller £40-60 (+Fees*)

1041. John Speed (British 1552-1629) RUTLANDSHIRE WITH OAKHAM AND STANFORD WITH THE ARMS OF THE DUKE OF RUTLAND hand coloured engraved map, 38cm x 51cm Joan Blaeu (Dutch 1596-1673) LINCOLNIA COMITATUS hand coloured engraved map, 43cm x 51cm and LE CERCLE DE LA BASSE-SAXE SUBDIVISE EN TOLLS LES ESTATES ET PRINCIPAU TES, 52cm x 82cm £60-80 (+Fees*) 1042. Sundry sporting engravings £100-150 (+Fees*) 1043. After Richard Leitch (British 1827-1882) HARBOUR OF HONG KONG from an original sketch and other engravings of Hong Kong etc. £40-60 (+Fees*) 1044. After Kitagawa Utamaro ACTORS a pair of woodcuts, 34cm x 24cm and another £60-80 (+Fees*) 1045. 20th Century THE FIDDLERS indistinctly signed limited edition print, 54cm x 40cm £40-60 (+Fees*)


1053. Bernard Buffet (French 1928-1999) STREET SCENE lithograph, 27.5cm x 36cm £80-100 (+Fees*)

1048. 19th Century School FOUR CANINE PRINTS in birdseye maple frames £60-80 (+Fees*) 1049. Cecil Aldin (British 1870-1935) STUDY OF A WEST HIGHLAND TERRIER signed in pencil and numbered 98/150 etching, 16cm x 20.5cm and two other canine prints £50-70 (+Fees*) 1050. George Cruikshank (British 1792-1878) SCENES FROM THE PICKWICK PAPERS six engravings, 20cm x 13cm and various photograph frames, mostly leather £30-50 (+Fees*) 1051. Charles Ancelin (French 1863-1940) EQUESTRIAN SCENES three pochoir prints, 30cm x 49cm and smaller £30-50 (+Fees*) 1052. ARR Thomas Sherwood La Fontaine (British 1915-2007) STUDY FOR THREE LABRADORS, HONEY, JASON AND NOWALA, WITH WARKWORTH CASTLE IN THE DISTANCE two prints mounted as one, 24cm x 34.5cm £80-120 (+Fees*)

1054. Otto Lingner (German 1856-1917) STUDIES OF YOUNG WOMEN a pair signed in pencil prints, 27cm x 21cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 1055. John Peck Hemm (fl. 1831) PORTRAITS OF THE ROYAL FAMILY IN PENMANSHIP William IV, HRH the Duke of York, HRH Edward Duke of Kent, HRH Prince Ernest Arguston Duke of Cumberland, HRH the Duke of Sussex, HRH Prince Adolphus Frederick Duke of Cambridge, HRH The Duke of Gloucester engravings, 47cm x 37cm and sundry 19th Century prints £80-100 (+Fees*) 1056. William Herbert after Charles Le Brun SCORN WEEPING COMPASSION SIMPLE BODILY PAIN stipple engravings printed for Carington Bowles, 25cm x 19cm £50-70 (+Fees*) 1057. After George Morland STABLE SCENE FARMYARD SCENE two colour prints, 45cm x 53cm in verre églomisé frames £80-100 (+Fees*) 1058. After J Gould, H C Richter and others TEN ORNITHOLOGICAL PRINTS to include Trochilus Polytmus, Sitta Caesia, Anthus Spinoletta, Delattria Viridipallens etc. £300-500 (+Fees*)

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VAT. Items in our catalogue may be marked in the following ways: a.

Lots which do not have either of the above symbols have no VAT payable on the hammer price. This is because such lots are sold using the Auctioneers' Margin Scheme. The VAT included within the premium is not recoverable as input tax.


TERMS OF SALE Both the sale of goods at our auctions and your relationship with us are governed by the Terms of Consignment (primarily applicable to sellers), the Terms of Sale (primarily applicable to bidders and buyers) and any notices displayed in the saleroom or announced by us at the auction (collectively, the “Conditions of Business”). The Terms of Consignment and Terms of Sale are available at our saleroom on request. Please read these Terms of Sale carefully. Please note that if you register to bid and/or bid at auction this signifies that you agree to and will comply with these Terms of Sale. Please note that these Terms of Sale relate to auctions held at our premises only. 1 Definitions and interpretation 1.1 To make these Terms of Sale easier to read, we have given the following words a specific meaning: “Auctioneer” means Chorley’s, a partnership or company registered in England and Wales with registration number with registration number 5857433 and whose registered office is located Staverton Court, Staverton, Cheltenham GL51 0UX or its authorised auctioneer, as appropriate; “Bidder” means a person participating in bidding at the auction; “Buyer” means the person who makes the highest bid for a Lot accepted by the Auctioneer; “Deliberate means: (a) an imitation made with the intention of Forgery” deceiving as to authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source; (b) which is described in the catalogue as being the work of a particular creator without qualification; and (c) which at the date of the auction had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been as described; “Hammer means the level of the highest bid for a Lot Price” accepted by the Auctioneer by the fall of the hammer; “Lot(s)” means the goods that we offer for sale at our auctions; “Premium” means the premium that we will charge you on your purchase of a Lot to be calculated as set out in Clause 4; “Reserve” means the minimum hammer price at which a Lot may be sold; “Sale means the net amount due to the Seller; Proceeds” “Seller” means the persons who consign Lots for sale at our auctions; “Terms of means the terms on which we agree to offer Lots Consignment” for sale in our auctions as agent on behalf of Sellers; “Terms of means these terms of sale, as amended or Sale” updated from time to time; “Total Amount means the Hammer Price for a Lot, the Premium, Due” any applicable artist’s resale right royalty, any VAT due and any additional charges payable by a defaulting buyer under these Terms of Sale; “Trader” means a Seller who is acting for purposes relating to that Seller’s trade, business, craft or profession, whether acting personally or through another person acting in the trader’s name or on the trader’s behalf;



means Value Added Tax or any equivalent sales tax; and “Website” means our website available at In these Terms of Sale the words 'you', 'yours', etc. refer to you as the Buyer. The words “we”, “us”, etc. refer to the Auctioneer. Any reference to a ‘Clause’ is to a clause of these Terms of Sale unless stated otherwise. 2 Information that we are required to give to Consumers 2.1 A description of the main characteristics of each Lot as contained in the auction catalogue. 2.2 Our name, address and contact details as set out herein, in our auction catalogues and/or on our Website. 2.3 The price of the Goods and arrangements for payment as described in Clauses 4, 5, 7 and 8. 2.4 The arrangements for collection of the Goods as set out in Clauses 8 and 9. 2.5 Your right to return a Lot and receive a refund if the Lot is a Deliberate Forgery as set out in Clause 13. 2.6 We and Trader Sellers have a legal duty to supply any Lots to you in accordance with these Terms of Sale. 2.7 If you have any complaints, please send them to us directly at the address set out on our Website. 3 Bidding procedures and the Buyer 3.1 You must register your details with us before bidding and provide us with any requested proof of identity and billing information, in a form acceptable to us. You must also satisfy any security arrangements we have in place before entering the auction room to view or bid. 3.2 We strongly recommend that you attend the auction in person. You are responsible for your decision to bid for a particular Lot. If you bid on a Lot, including by telephone and online bidding, or by placing a commission bid, we assume that you have carefully inspected the Lot and satisfied yourself regarding its condition. 3.3 If you instruct us in writing, we may execute commission bids on your behalf. Neither we nor our employees or agents will be responsible for any failure to execute your commission bid, unless our failure to do so is unreasonable. Where two or more commission bids at the same level are recorded we have the right to prefer the first bid made (where this can be reasonably ascertained). 3.4 The Bidder placing the highest bid for a Lot accepted by the Auctioneer will be the Buyer at the Hammer Price. Any dispute about a bid will be settled at our discretion. We may reoffer the Lot during the auction or may settle the dispute in another way. We will act reasonably when deciding how to settle the dispute. 3.5 Bidders will be deemed to act as principals, even if the Bidder is acting as an agent for a third party. 3.6 We may bid on Lots on behalf of the Seller up to one bid below the Reserve. 3.7 We may refuse to accept any bid if it is reasonable for us to do so. 3.8 Bidding increments will be at our sole discretion (but will be in line with standard auction practice).

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The purchase price As Buyer, you will pay: the Hammer Price; a premium of a percentage of the Hammer Price on an incremental basis: 20% on the first £100,000 15% on the excess between £100,001 and £500,000 12.5% on the excess between £500,001 and £1,000,000 10% on the excess above £1,000,000 any artist’s resale right royalty payable on the sale of the Lot; and any VAT due. VAT You shall be liable for the payment of any VAT applicable on the Hammer Price and premium due for a Lot. Please see the symbols used in the auction catalogue for that Lot and the “Information for Buyers” in our auction catalogue for further information. We will charge VAT at the current rate at the date of the auction. The contract between you and the Seller The contract for the purchase of the Lot between you and the Seller will be formed when the hammer falls accepting the highest bid for the Lot at the auction. You may directly enforce any terms in the Terms of Consignment against a Seller to the extent that you suffer damages and/or loss as a result of the Seller’s breach of the Terms of Consignment. If you breach these Terms of Sale, you may be responsible for damages and/or losses suffered by a Seller or us. If we are contacted by a Seller who wishes to bring a claim against you, we may in our discretion provide the Seller with information or assistance in relation to that claim. We normally act as an agent only and will not have any responsibility for default by you or the Seller (unless we are the Seller of the Lot). Payment Immediately following your successful bid on a Lot you will: 7.1.1 give to us, if not already provided to our satisfaction, proof of identity in a form acceptable to us (and any other information that we require in order to comply with our anti-money laundering obligations); and 7.1.2 pay to us the Total Amount Due with cash, debit card, credit card and bank transfer (maximum payment by cash or credit card of £1000 per auction). If you owe us any money, we may use any payment made by you to repay these debts. Title and collection of purchases Once you have paid us in full the Total Amount Due for any Lot, ownership of that Lot will transfer to you. You may not claim or collect a Lot until you have paid for it. You will (at your own expense) collect any Lots that you have purchased and paid for either: 8.2.1 not later than seven business days following the day of the auction; or 8.2.2 not later than seven business days following the date that we have received payment of the Total Amount Due in cleared funds, if later.


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If you do not collect the Lot within this time period, you will be responsible for any reasonable removal, storage and insurance charges in relation to that Lot. Risk of loss or damage to the Lot will pass to you when you (or your agents) take physical possession of the Lot. If you do not collect the Lot that you have paid for within thirty days after the auction, we may sell the Lot. We will pay the proceeds of any such sale to you, but will deduct any storage charges or other sums that we have incurred in the storage and sale of the Lot. We reserve the right to charge you a selling commission at our standard rates on any such resale of the Lot. Remedies for non-payment or failure to collect purchases Please do not bid on a Lot if you do not intend to buy it. If your bid is successful, these Terms of Sale will apply to you. This means that you will have to carry out your obligations set out in these Terms of Sale. If you do not comply with these Terms of Sale we may (acting on behalf of the Seller and ourselves) pursue one or more of the following measures: 9.1.1 take action against you for damages for breach of contract; 9.1.2 reverse the sale of the Lot to you and/or any other Lots sold by us to you; 9.1.3 resell the Lot by auction or private treaty (in which case you will have to pay any difference between the price you should have paid for the Lot and the price we sell it for as well as the charges outlined in Clause 8.5). Please note that if we sell the Lot for a higher amount than your winning bid, the extra money will belong to the Seller; 9.1.4 remove, store and insure the Lot at your expense; 9.1.5 if you do not pay us within seven business days of your successful bid, we may charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.5% per month on the total amount due; 9.1.6 keep that Lot or any other Lot sold to you until you pay the Total Amount Due; 9.1.7 reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions or impose conditions before we accept bids from you; and/or 9.1.8 if we sell any Lots for you, use the money made on these Lots to repay any amount you owe us. We will act reasonably when exercising our rights under Clause 9.1. We will contact you before exercising these rights and try to work with you to correct any noncompliance by you with these Terms of Sale. Health and safety Although we take reasonable precautions regarding health and safety, you are on our premises at your own risk. Please note the lay-out of the premises and security arrangements. Neither we nor our employees or agents are responsible for the safety of you or your property when you visit our premises, unless you suffer any injury to your person or damage to your property as a result of our, our employees’ or our agents’ negligence. Warranties The Seller warrants to us and to you that: 11.1.1 the Seller is the true owner of the Lot for sale or is authorised by the true owner to offer and sell the lot at auction;



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11.1.2 the Seller is able to transfer good and marketable title to the Lot to you free from any third party rights or claims; and 11.1.3 as far as the Seller is aware, the main characteristics of the Lot set out in the auction catalogue (as amended by any notice displayed in the saleroom or announced by the Auctioneer at the auction) are correct. If, after you have placed a successful bid and paid for a Lot, any of the warranties above are found not to be true, please notify us in writing. Neither we nor the Seller will be liable to pay you any sums over and above the Total Amount Due and we will not be responsible for any inaccuracies in the information provided by the Seller except as set out below. Please note that many of the Lots that you may bid on at our auction are second-hand. If a Lot is not second-hand and you purchase the Lot as a Consumer from a Seller that is a Trader, a number of additional terms may be implied by law in addition to the Seller’s warranties set out at Clause 11.1 (in particular under the Consumer Rights Act 2015). These Terms of Sale do not seek to exclude your rights under law as they relate to the sale of these Lots. Save as expressly set out above, all other warranties, conditions or other terms which might have effect between the Seller and you, or us and you, or be implied or incorporated by statue, common law or otherwise are excluded. Descriptions and condition Our descriptions of the Lot will be based on: (a) information provided to us by the Seller of the Lot (for which we are not liable); and (ii) our opinion (although it is likely that we will not be able to carry out a detailed inspection of each Lot). We will give you a number of opportunities to view and inspect the Lots before the auction. You (and any independent consultants acting on your behalf) must satisfy yourself about the accuracy of any description of a Lot. We shall not be responsible for any failure by you or your consultants to properly inspect a Lot. Representations or statements by us as to authorship, genuineness, origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated selling price involve matters of opinion. We undertake that any such opinion will be honestly and reasonably held and accept liability for opinions given negligently or fraudulently. Please note that Lots (in particular second-hand Lots) are unlikely to be in perfect condition. Lots are sold “as is” (i.e. as you see them at the time of the auction). Books are not collated and are not guaranteed to be complete. The absence of any reference to condition in any description does not imply the lot is without fault. Chorley’s do not usually include condition information in catalogue or online descriptions, however we are happy to provide a condition report for any lot upon request before the auction. Neither we nor the Seller accept any liability for the condition of second-hand Lots or for any condition issues affecting a Lot if such issues are included in the description of a Lot in the auction catalogue (or in any saleroom notice) and/or which the inspection of a Lot by the Buyer ought to have revealed.


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Historically many gemstones have been subject to a variety of treatments to enhance their appearance. Sapphires and rubies are routinely heat treated to improve their colour and clarity, emeralds are also frequently treated with oils or resin for the same purpose. Treatments such as staining, irradiation or coating may have been used on other gemstones. These treatments may be permanent, whilst others may need special care or re-treatment to retain their appearance. Bidders should be aware that estimates assume that gemstones may have been subjected to such treatments. A number of laboratories issue certificates that give more detailed descriptions of gemstones, however there may not be consensus between different laboratories on the degrees or types of treatment for any particular gemstone. In the event that Chorley’s has been given or obtained certificates for any lots in the sale, these certificates will be disclosed in the catalogue. In the event that no certificate is published in the catalogue, bidders should assume that the gemstone may have been treated. Neither Chorley’s nor the seller accepts any liability for contradictions or differing certificates obtained by buyers on any lots subsequent to the sale. Deliberate Forgeries You may return any Lot which is found to be a Deliberate Forgery to us within six months of the auction provided that you return the Lot to us in the same condition as when it was released to you, accompanied by a written statement identifying the Lot from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement of defects. If we are reasonably satisfied that the Lot is a Deliberate Forgery we will refund the money paid by you for the Lot (including any Premium and applicable VAT) provided that if: 13.2.1 the catalogue description reflected the accepted view of experts as at the date of the auction; or 13.2.2 you personally are not able to transfer good and marketable title in the Lot to us, you will have no right to a refund under this Clause 13.2 If you have sold the Lot to another person, we will only be liable to refund the price that you paid for the Lot. We will not be responsible for repaying any additional money you may have made from selling the Lot. Your right to return a Lot that is a Deliberate Forgery does not affect your legal rights and is in addition to any other right or remedy provided by law or by these Terms of Sale. Ivory and Endangered Species Chorley’s condemns the poaching of all species, especially African elephants and the wanton destruction of natural habitat. Thus we will offer for sale no ivory products produced after June 1947, the date of the Convention of International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES). We consider that pieces produced before this date are likely to be purchased as pieces of artistic or cultural merit, which happen to contain ivory, rather than be purchased for their ivory content. Due to international laws, any item on the Endangered species list, whether it dates from the 18th/19th Century or the 1930s, requires re-export permits for bidders outside the EU (CITES). Some countries also require import permits as well and all permits must be in place prior to shipment. Chorley’s cannot be held liable if a purchaser buys a lot that comes within this field and then import/export licences cannot be arranged. It is the potential buyer’s responsibility to check the applicable regulations before bidding for a lot which comes under these laws.

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Our liability to you We will not be liable for any loss of opportunity or disappointment suffered as a result of participating in our auction. In addition to the above, neither we nor the Seller shall be responsible to you and you shall not be responsible to the Seller or us for any other loss or damage that any of us suffer that is not a foreseeable result of any of us not complying with the Conditions of Business. Loss or damage is foreseeable if it is obvious that it will happen or if at the time of the sale of the Lot, we, you and the Seller knew it might happen. Subject to Clause 15.4, if we are found to be liable to you for any reason (including, amongst others, if we are found to be negligent, in breach of contract or to have made a misrepresentation), our liability will be limited to the total purchase price paid by you to us for any Lot. Notwithstanding the above, nothing in these Terms of Sale shall limit our liability (or that of our employees or agents) for: 15.4.1 death or personal injury resulting from negligence (as defined in the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977); 15.4.2 fraudulent misrepresentation; or 15.4.3 any liability which cannot be excluded by law. Notices All notices between you and us regarding these Terms of Sale must be in writing and signed by or on behalf of the party giving it. Any notice referred in Clause 16.1 may be given: 16.2.1 by delivering it by hand; 16.2.2 by first class pre-paid post or Recorded Delivery; or 16.2.3 by email, provided that a copy is also sent by prepaid post or Recorded Delivery. Notices must be sent: 16.3.1 by hand or registered post: a. to us, at our address set out in these Terms of Sale or at our registered office address appearing on our Website; and b. to you, at the last postal address that you have given to us as your contact address in writing; or 16.3.2 by email: a. to us, by sending the notice to both the following email addresses:; b. to you, by sending the notice to any email address that you have given to us as your contact email address in writing. Notices will be deemed to have been received: 16.4.1 if delivered by hand, on the day of delivery; 16.4.2 if sent by first class pre-paid post or Recorded Delivery, two business days after posting, exclusive of the day of posting; or



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16.4.3 if sent by email, at the time of transmission unless sent after 17.00 in the place of receipt in which case they will be deemed to have been received on the next business day in the place of receipt (provided that a copy has also been sent by pre-paid post or Recorded Delivery as set out in Clause 16.2.3) Any notice or communication given under these Terms of Sale will not be validly given if sent by fax, email, any form of messaging via social media or text message. Data Protection We will hold and process any personal data in relation to you securely, in accordance with the 2018 General Data Protection Regulation. General We may, acting reasonably, refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person. We act as an agent for our Sellers. The rights we have to claim against you for breach of these Terms of Sale may be used by us, our employees or agents, or the Seller, its employees or agents, as appropriate. Other than as set out in this Clause, these Terms of Sale are between you and us and no other person will have any rights to enforce any of these Terms of Sale. We may use special terms in the catalogue descriptions of particular Lots. You must read these terms carefully along with any glossary provided in our auction catalogues. Each of the clauses of these Terms of Sale operates separately. If any court or relevant authority decides that any of them are unlawful, the remaining clauses will remain in full force and effect. We may change these Terms of Sale from time to time, without notice to you. Please read these Terms of Sale carefully, as they may be different from the last time you read them. Except as otherwise stated in these Terms of Sale, each of our rights and remedies are: (a) are in addition to and not exclusive of any other rights or remedies under these Terms of Sale or general law; and (b) may be waived only in writing and specifically. Delay in exercising or non-exercise of any right under these Terms of Sale is not a waiver of that or any other right. Partial exercise of any right under these Terms of Sale will not preclude any further or other exercise of that right or any other right under these Terms of Sale. Waiver of a breach of any term of these Terms of Sale will not operate as a waiver of breach of any other term or any subsequent breach of that term. These Terms of Sale and any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with them (including any non-contractual claims or disputes) shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of England and the parties irrevocably submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.

These Terms of Sale, forming part of our Conditions of Business, are based upon terms recommended by SOFAA (The Society of Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers)


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