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29th & 30th January 2019

Prinknash Abbey Park Gloucestershire GL4 8EU

Telephone: 01452 344499 Email: info@chorleys.com Web: www.chorleys.com

Auction Catalogue Tuesday 29th & Wednesday 30th January 2019

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AUCTION Tuesday 29th January 2019 and Wednesday 30th January 2019 starting at 10am each day

Prinknash Abbey Park Gloucestershire GL4 8EU

Viewing Sunday 27th January 10am-4pm Monday 28th January 9am-4pm Sale morning 8.30am-10am

Enquiries Tel: +44 (0) 1452 344499 Email: info@chorleys.com www.chorleys.com

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 www.chorleys.com. 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 1st February. 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 29th January 2019 at 10am Silver Foreign Silver & Plated Items Jewellery & Watches Objets de Vertu Miscellaneous Items Ceramics & Glass Asian Art & Ceramics Walking Sticks Militaria Toys & Games

Lots

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1-66 70-86 90-244 248-269 275-321 325-440 445-469 525-534 540-546 550-563

6 9 11 26 28 31 38 41 44 45

DAY TWO Wednesday 30th January 2019 at 10am Books Stamps & Postcards Oil Paintings Drawings & Watercolours Portrait Miniatures Prints & Maps Works of Art Clocks & Barometers Textiles & Costume Furniture Rugs & Carpets

Lots

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580-684 686-689 690-750 755-781 786-805 810-823 830-841 845-854 860-869 875-1033 1040-1051

47 55 56 66 68 71 72 73 74 76 90

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Explanation of Cataloguing Practice Pictures

Generally

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 www.chorleys.com. 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

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Day One - Tuesday 29th January 2019

Lot 143


Silver Beverston Castle 1. Twelve silver gilt handled forks, HH, Sheffield, with embossed handles and twelve gilt plated spoons similar £60-80 (+Fees*) 2. A silver entrée dish, William Comyns, London 1913, of octagonal form with swing handles and ring handle to cover, 22.5cm wide, approximately 935gm £250-350 (+Fees*) 3. A silver two-handled bowl and cover, MF, London 1903, with half-ribbed decoration, crested, 18cm high, approximately 557gm £200-300 (+Fees*) 4. A Victorian silver ladle and a pair of basting spoons, JW, Exeter 1859, of double stuck bead edge pattern and a single struck basting spoon similar, crested, approximately 825gm £300-500 (+Fees*) 5. Twelve silver-handled dessert knives, D&S, Sheffield 1948, cased and a pair of plated asparagus servers, cased £60-80 (+Fees*) 6. A silver card waiter, James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1924, with beaded edge and claw and ball feet, 20.5cm high, approximately 295gm £120-180 (+Fees*) 7. A pair of George III silver sauce boats, WS, 1765, with gadrooned rims and leaf capped scroll handles, approximately 425gm £300-500 (+Fees*)

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8. A silver bowl, Barnard, London 1906, of serpentine outline with reeded rim, 15cm diameter, approximately 270gm £100-150 (+Fees*) 9. A silver toast rack, Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh 1895, approximately 112gm and four plated toast racks £40-60 (+Fees*) 10. A George III silver drum-shaped teapot, IC, London 1775, 12cm high, approximately 428gm £200-300 (+Fees*) 11. An Irish silver cream jug, Weir & Sons, Dublin 1909, on lion mask capped legs, 11.5cm high, approximately 158gm see illustration £120-150 (+Fees*) 12. A Scottish silver zodiac bowl and jug, GE&S, Glasgow 1884, another sugar bowl and two jugs, approximately 475gm £120-180 (+Fees*)

13. An Art Deco silver cigarette box, HK, Birmingham 1951, 13cm wide and three silver ashtrays, one inscribed Royal Windsor Horse Show 1956 £100-150 (+Fees*) 14. Three silver mounted whisky toddies, John Thomas Heath & John Hartshorne Middleton, London 1902 £80-120 (+Fees*) 15. ◆ A Victorian silver fish slice and fork, HH, Sheffield 1877, with carved ivory handles modelled as an eel circled around a fish see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*) 16. Two pairs of cased silver napkin rings, and another two napkin rings approximately 190gm £40-60 (+Fees*) 17. A set of six George III silver teaspoons, William Eley & William Fearn, London 1805, six similar, JW & Co, Exeter 1876/77, six other similar teaspoons various, approximately 334gm and six plated spoons to match £80-120 (+Fees*) 18. A silver measure, WH, London 1905, with sliding cabochon turquoise and garnet buttons, 12” long £200-300 (+Fees*) 19. A George III silver meat skewer, William Eley, William Fearn & William Chawner, London 1808, 33cm long, approximately 103gm £100-150 (+Fees*)

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20. A quantity of silver cruets including a pair of mustard pots and pepper pots on lion mask legs, London 1919 and two drum shaped mustard pots, approximately 740gm £200-300 (+Fees*)

30. A set of ten silver teaspoons, Francis Higgins, London 1893, with rope twist handles and a set of eight teaspoons with shell engraved bowls, GA, London 1873, approximately 214gm £70-90 (+Fees*)

21. A William IV silver Christening mug, CF, London 1837 and three footed bonbon dishes of pierced spiral form, London 1888, approximately 265gm £80-120 (+Fees*)

31. Twelve silver apostle top teaspoons, John & Frank Pairpoint, import marks for London 1879, approximately 158gm £60-80 (+Fees*)

22. A silver quaich, B&S, Edinburgh 1920, 15.5cm wide and another, Birmingham 1920, approximately 298gm £150-200 (+Fees*) 23. A George III silver ladle, Peter & Ann Bateman, London 1798, approximately 183gm £120-150 (+Fees*)

32. Four wooden bowls with silver rims, CS&FS, Chester 1906, 13.5cm diameter £50-70 (+Fees*) 33. An eight-piece silver mounted dressing table set, London 1913, each engine turned and inscribed Jane £200-300 (+Fees*)

24. A George II silver waiter, Ebenezer Coker & Thomas Hannam, London 1759, with pie-crust edge and traces of erased armorial, 17cm wide, approximately 200gm £100-150 (+Fees*)

34. A glass bowl with silver lid, Birmingham 1908, monogrammed, a pair of silver mounted cut glass scent bottles with Crown Staffordshire labels ‘Eau de Cologne’ and ‘Lavender Water’ and a small glass jar with silver fox head mask mount £150-200 (+Fees*)

25. A Cartier silver ashtray with faux bamboo rim, 14.5cm wide, engraved initials and date 1963, approximately 100gm £200-300 (+Fees*)

35. A set of twelve dessert knives and forks, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co., London 1903, with mother-of-pearl handles, in a fitted oak canteen £100-150 (+Fees*)

26. A Victorian silver sugar caster, Birmingham 1894, of embossed baluster form, 18cm high and a sauce boat, Sheffield 1924, approximately 290gm £80-120 (+Fees*)

36. A matched silver cruet set, various dates, comprising a pair of mustard pots, a pair of pepper pots, a pair of open salts and four condiment spoons, approximately 378gm £100-150 (+Fees*)

27. A silver inkstand, Sheffield 1924, 22cm wide and a silver letter rack, Birmingham 1900, 12.5cm wide, approximately 498gm £200-300 (+Fees*) 28. A pair of silver lidded jugs, John Thomas Heath & John Hartshorne Middleton, Birmingham 1900, with cane covered handles, 10cm high, approximately 232gm £50-70 (+Fees*) 29. Fifteen silver coffee spoons with coffee bean terminals and sundry teaspoons, approximately 327gm gross £100-150 (+Fees*)

37. A matched silver cruet set, various dates, comprising a pair of mustard pots, a pair of pepper pots, a pair of open salts and four condiment spoons, approximately 438gm £120-180 (+Fees*) 38. A silver gilt box, Charles & George Asprey, London 1904, initialled on the hinged cover, 5cm wide and sundry silver, weighable approximately 520gm £150-200 (+Fees*)

Other Properties 39. An Irish silver and silver gilt box, William Bond, Dublin 1808, of circular form with slightly domed top, inscribed Lamh Dearg Eirin beneath, 5cm diameter Provenance: Ombersley Court £100-150 (+Fees*) 40. A pair of silver serving spoons, George Maudsley & David Fullerton, London 1899, with shell bowls and embossed handles and the matching sugar spoon, approximately 55gm £80-100 (+Fees*) 41. A silver soda syphon stand or jardinière, London 1983, of serpentine outline and shaped rim, having lion mask ring handles and raised on four claw and scroll feet, 16cm diameter £200-300 (+Fees*) 42. A George IV silver waiter, Mitchell & Son, Glasgow 1821, the border with C scrolls and foliage in raised relief, the centre engraved scrolls and foliage and raised on four shaped feet, 31.75cm wide, approximately 1145gm £400-600 (+Fees*) 43. Two silver mustard pots, two silver salt cellars, all complete with blue glass liners and two silver pepper pots, Birmingham 1912, one mustard Chester 1910, cased £80-120 (+Fees*) 44. A silver sugar caster, Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd., London 1939, of baluster form on a circular foot, 18cm high, approximately 237gm £60-80 (+Fees*) 45. A silver bowl of flowerhead form, J W & Co., London 1933, 21cm diameter, approximately 755gm £200-250 (+Fees*) 46. Two silver pedestal dishes, London 1922, a napkin ring and two cigarette cases, approximately 635gm £150-200 (+Fees*) 47. A pair of silver waiters, Birmingham 1903, approximately 480gm £140-160 (+Fees*)

Fees* – Buyer’s Premium on a sliding scale + VAT at 20%. ARR – Some lots may be subject to an additional fee (see page 4)

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48. A pair of silver vases, H B’s & Co. Ltd., Birmingham 1939, four others smaller and a quantity of silver culinary items, approximately 900gm £200-250 (+Fees*) 49. A silver part cruet set, SB, Birmingham 1909, of boat shape, comprising four salts and two mustards (one damaged) and sundry silver, approximately 770gm £200-300 (+Fees*) 50. A Scottish silver oar pattern ladle, Alexander Edmonston, Edinburgh 1809, initial to terminal, approximately 189gm £50-70 (+Fees*) 51. A George III silver pepper caster, Thomas & Jabez Daniell, London 1772, crested, 12.5cm high and another Jabez Daniell & James Mince, London 1767, initialled, 12cm high, approximately 156gm £80-120 (+Fees*) 52. A silver hot water ewer, Thomas Bradbury & Sons., London 1914, with oval roundel depicting Hope with her Anchor to one side and fruitwood handle, 23cm high, approximately 395gm gross £60-80 (+Fees*) 53. A set of six silver and mother-of-pearl fruit knives and forks, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd, London 1930, in a fitted case £80-100 (+Fees*) 54. A pair of George II silver sauce boats, maker’s mark rubbed, London 1754, each with gadrooned rim, scrolling handle and on ribbed legs with shell feet, armorial to side, 22cm long, approximately 975gm Note: Armorial of the Earls Spencer see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*) 55. A pair of silver vases, S & H, Birmingham 1907, of flared, pierced form with blue glass liners, weighted, 15cm high and an oval bonbon dish, 16cm wide £70-100 (+Fees*)

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Lot 54 56. A pair of silver sauce boats, JD&S, Sheffield 1961, with beaded rims and shell capped legs, a modern silver pepper mill and a small mustard pot and open salt, total weighable 365gm £100-150 (+Fees*)

62. A silver capstan inkwell, Asprey & Co. Ltd., Birmingham 1913, the hinged cover with monogram, 15cm diameter, various napkin rings and sundry silver, approximately 492gm weighable £150-200 (+Fees*)

57. A silver inkstand, Barker Bros., Chester 1923, fitted two inkwells, 15.5cm wide, a modern silver letter knife, AJP, Birmingham 1998 and a mother-of-pearl handled pencil £80-120 (+Fees*)

63. An Art Deco silver teapot, Sheffield 1930, circular with scroll handle and acorn finial, inscription dated Xmas 1930, approximately 770gm £200-300 (+Fees*)

58. A novelty vesta case of golf ball form, Sampson Mordan & Co, Chester 1905, two silver golf tees and a ball marker, the larger tee doubling as a propelling pencil, cased, and a small silver box with golf bag to the cover £150-200 (+Fees*) 59. A novelty silver cased tape measure, WW, Birmingham 2000, of fishing reel form, 4cm diameter and two white metal fish (af) £40-60 (+Fees*) 60. Two silver ashtrays and sundry small silver, approximately 192gm £60-80 (+Fees*)

64. A bachelor’s silver teapot, WA, Chester 1901, of half-ribbed form, approximately 239gm £100-150 (+Fees*) 65. A Victorian silver toast rack, London 1874, with loop handle and seven dividers, 14cm wide and a circular silver mustard pot, London 1902, on ball feet, approximately 395gm £100-150 (+Fees*) 66. A silver rose bowl, William Hutton & Son Ltd., London 1898, of half-ribbed form on a circular foot, 16cm diameter, three silver trophy cups and sundry silver, approximately 606gm weighable £200-300 (+Fees*)

61. A pair of silver oil lamps, each mounted on a candlestick support, Birmingham 1923, with glass reservoirs, peach coloured shades and glass chimneys, 71cm high £200-300 (+Fees*)

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Foreign Silver & Plated Items Beverston Castle 70. A Mexican 900 standard silver bowl, Ortega, of lobed form, 19.5cm wide, approximately 525gm £200-300 (+Fees*) 71. A Continental 800 standard silver mounted hour glass decanter, a continental silver salt modelled as a Dutch girl, 7.5cm high, a tea strainer, a tot cup and a Dutch silver sifter spoon £150-200 (+Fees*) 72. A German .835 standard silver charger, Schrader, of wavy outline inscribed ‘Deutsches Spring Derby 1949 gegeben v. Frau Auguste Victoria Glahn’, 34.5cm wide, approximately 1107gm £300-500 (+Fees*)

Lot 79 76. Two pairs of plated wine coasters, 14.5cm diameter and two silver plate mounted claret jugs £80-120 (+Fees*) 77. A Sheffield plated twin-handled cup, 11.5cm high, a snuffer’s tray 24.5cm wide and a biscuit box with hinged cover, 12cm wide £70-100 (+Fees*)

73. A Cartier silver wine taster, signed Cartier Puiforcat Paris, S1258, with loop handle, approximately 94gm £80-120 (+Fees*)

78. Six Mappin & Webb Princes Plate peacock menu holders, 6.5cm high see illustration £40-60 (+Fees*)

74. A gilt plated dessert service comprising two tazze, four oval dishes, a circular dish, four spoons and a sifter spoon see illustration £100-150 (+Fees*)

79. Six plated two-branch bud vases, Charles & George Asprey, London circa 1900, each trumpet shaped vase on a stand of trailing leaves see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*)

75. A pair of Regent plate two-branch two-light table candelabra, retailed by Garrard & Co., 20cm high £60-80 (+Fees*)

80. A quantity of Mappin & Webb plated flatware £40-60 (+Fees*) 81. A quantity of silver plated wares to include two wine coasters, chocolate pots, etc. £80-120 (+Fees*)

Lot 74

Other Properties 82. A double-ended scent bottle, two stilton cheese scoops, a crumb scoop, coins etc. £50-80 (+Fees*) 83. Sundry plate £30-50 (+Fees*) 84. A 19th Century Australian plated centrepiece comprising a box in the form of an emu’s egg with gilt interior and emu finial above a tree fern column, the base forming a diorama of a wallaby hunt, with figures of an aboriginal hunter, emu and wallaby £60-80 (+Fees*) 85. A silver plated footed bowl of navette shape with heart pierced border and mask head to each end on an oval foot, 40cm wide £60-80 (+Fees*) 86. A plated tray, Mappin Bros., Queen’s Plate, with twin scroll handles, shell and scroll border and engraved a monogram, 75cm wide £80-120 (+Fees*)

Lot 78

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Jewellery & Watches

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Jewellery & Watches Beverston Castle 90. A diamond eternity ring set in precious white metal, size P½, another similar (lacking a stone), size Q, two sapphire eternity rings, sizes R and S and a ruby eternity ring set in unhallmarked yellow metal, size O (5) £700-1000 (+Fees*) 91. A pair of jadeite and diamond ear pendants, the jadeite disc with diamond fitting beneath a diamond stud, the studs 3mm diameter £500-700 (+Fees*) 92. An 18ct yellow gold and diamond signet ring of modern design, with reeded sides and initials ‘JALR’ to the matrix flanked by small diamonds, size O, approximately 17gm £250-350 (+Fees*) 93. An Edwardian aquamarine pendant in a diamond and pearl wreath surround, to an unmarked fine link neck chain, the aquamarine 9.5mm x 7.5mm x 6mm £200-300 (+Fees*) 94. A gold cased chronograph by Nicole & Capt., 14 Soho Square, with two subsidiary dials and three leather strap attachments see illustration £2000-3000 (+Fees*)

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95. A pair of diamond ear studs, each with central stone of approximately 1.75ct flanked by a V shaped line of five diamonds to each side, cased by Garrard see illustration £7000-10000 (+Fees*) 96. A sapphire and ruby pendant, K & T, circa 2001, set in 9ct gold, the central cushion sapphire to four square rubies in a textured mount and another gem set pendant £200-300 (+Fees*)

Lot 95

97. A pair of sapphire ear studs in bi-coloured gold rectangular settings, centred by two emerald cut sapphires, total size 18mm x 14mm, approximately 14gm £200-300 (+Fees*) 98. A brooch of naturalistic branch form with central pearl, marked Germany, approximately 17gm see illustration on page 17 £120-180 (+Fees*) 99. A pair of turquoise and diamond set ear clips of slightly domed circular form set in 18ct gold, 2.8cm diameter, approximately 30gm see illustration £400-600 (+Fees*)

Lot 99

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100. A pair of lapis lazuli cabochon ear clips of circular form set in 9ct gold, two pairs of 9ct rope twist ear clips and an 18ct pair of trellis design £400-600 (+Fees*) 100A. An Arts and Crafts enamel and citrine bracelet, made up of three channel quatrefoils centred and joined by citrine (damages) £200-300 (+Fees*) 101. A 19th Century blue enamel and paste set brooch (adapted from a chatelaine hook), 11cm long see illustration on page 15 £200-300 (+Fees*) 102. A lady’s Art Deco cocktail watch of rectangular shape set with emeralds, sapphires and diamonds, fitted a Swiss movement, in unmarked white metal to a cord bracelet see illustration £700-900 (+Fees*) 103. A four-row faux pearl necklace centred by an enamelled and diamond set two-headed peacock, 6.5cm high and with an early 20th Century diamond set clasp with central geometric-shaped diamond see illustration £1000-1500 (+Fees*) 104. A gentleman’s diamond and mother-of-pearl dress set, AW, the five buttons set in 9ct rose gold, the cufflinks in 15ct yellow gold, cased by Albert Barker, New Bond St. £600-800 (+Fees*)

Lot 103 105. A three-row faux pearl necklace and bracelet, each with textured 18ct gold rectangular clasp, HJ Co., circa 1965, possibly Andrew Grima see part illustration on page 17 £300-500 (+Fees*) 106. A multi-gem set dress ring of basket weave design set four cabochons, another multi-gem set ring set in 18ct yellow gold and three paste set rings, two set in 9ct gold £300-400 (+Fees*) 107. A 9ct gold cased Rotary Incabloc pocket watch, fitted a seventeen jewel movement, cased by Garrard, a watch stand and a 9ct gold propelling toothpick £200-300 (+Fees*)

110. A Victorian oval amethyst and diamond brooch, 3cm wide and an amethyst cocktail ring of large size set in unhallmarked yellow metal, size T £400-600 (+Fees*) 111. A Mughal style gem set pendant/ brooch, depicting birds on flowering branches, 5.5cm wide see illustration on page 15 £80-120 (+Fees*) 112. A Victorian sapphire and diamond brooch of elliptical shape centred by a flowerhead, in a square sapphire set surround, 5.5cm wide see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*)

108. A small jewel case containing enamelled badges of equestrian interest, shirt studs, stick pins, etc. £200-300 (+Fees*)

Lot 102

109. An Italian 18ct gold necklace of thick rope twist design, signed Nicolis Cola, 46cm long, approximately 95gm £1200-1800 (+Fees*) Lot 112

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Lot 113

113. A ruby and diamond butterfly brooch, 2.5cm wide see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*) 114. An 18ct gold bracelet hung with three 14ct gold charms of a fox, a horse and a hound, a 9ct gold fox mask by Alabaster & Wilson and an unmarked white metal rabbit, gross weight approximately 101gm £700-900 (+Fees*) 115. A 9ct gold bracelet hung with numerous mainly 9ct charms, gross weight approximately 44gm £350-450 (+Fees*) 115A. A Portuguese topaz suite of jewellery, circa 1760, comprising bodice ornament, bracelet and ear pendants (losses) see illustration also on page 17 £4000-6000 (+Fees*)

Lot 115A

116. A 9ct gold fancy link bracelet hung with pendants, lockets and seal fobs, the heart shaped padlock clasp engraved 15th May 1905, gross weight approximately 102gm see illustration £1000-1500 (+Fees*) 117. An Italian 18ct gold bi-colour necklace and bracelet of rope twist form, approximately 57gm £1000-1500 (+Fees*)

121. A pair of lapis and diamond ear clips of cluster form, set in 18ct white gold £300-500 (+Fees*) 122. A pair of pearl and diamond ear pendants, each pear-shaped pearl with diamond cap suspended from a diamond stud of approximately 0.40ct, 36mm drop, gross weight approximately 10gm see illustration £5000-7000 (+Fees*)

118. An Italian 18ct yellow gold brick link necklace and bracelet, the necklace with damaged clasp, approximately 51gm £800-1000 (+Fees*) 119. A French diamond, baroque pearl and enamel jabot pin, 9cm long see illustration on page 15 £500-700 (+Fees*) 120. A pair of diamond and mabe pearl ear clips, maker CPJ, circa 1990, of target form set in 18ct gold see illustration on page 17 £300-500 (+Fees*)

Lot 116

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Lot 102

Lot 99

Lot 113

Lot 141

Lot 101

Lot 127

Lot 119

Lot 111

Lot 128

Lot 131 Lot 116

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123. An Art Deco three-row cultured pearl bracelet joined by six diamond set spacers, 18.5cm long) see illustration on page 13 £1500-2000 (+Fees*) 124. An Art Deco three-row cultured pearl bracelet joined by two diamond set spacers, 19.5cm long £500-700 (+Fees*) 125. A pair of Art Deco diamond ear pendants, of geometric form set in unhallmarked white metal, 4.5cm long) see illustration on page 13 £6000-8000 (+Fees*) 126. A single-row pearl necklace with sapphire and diamond clasp, the central sapphire measuring 10mm x 9mm x 4.5mm, flanked by diamonds of approximately 0.90ct to each side £1500-2000 (+Fees*) 127. A Victorian amethyst pendant brooch, the large ovoid amethyst pendant beneath an oval diamond and pearl brooch, 9cm long see illustration on page 15 £800-1200 (+Fees*)

Lot 132

128. An Art Deco sapphire, diamond and lavender enamel brooch, of canted rectangular form, 4.5cm wide see illustration on page 15 £300-500 (+Fees*) 129. A diamond pendant/brooch with removable fixings, of concentric rectangular design, 5cm long £500-700 (+Fees*) 130. A sapphire and ruby cabochon set necklace and bracelet, D&F, circa 1994, set in 9ct yellow gold, a similar bracelet with sapphire cabochons set in 18ct gold and a pair of matching ear clips in 18ct gold, gross weight approximately 126gm £800-1200 (+Fees*)

132. A diamond and pearl necklace, the seven rows of cultured pearls centred by a diamond flowerhead, the diamond clasp removable to be worn as a brooch, 18ct white gold clasp marked G & Co., hallmarks for London 1991, the central cushion shaped stone of approximately 1.25ct) see illustration £5000-7000 (+Fees*)

131. A diamond, jadeite and enamel brooch of modern design set in unhallmarked textured yellow metal, 7cm long, approximately 39gm see illustration on page 15 £600-800 (+Fees*)

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Lot 120 Lot 98

Lot 105 (part)

Lot 115A (part}

Lot 137 Lot 115A (part}

Lot 136

Lot 152

Lot 156

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Lot 133

133. An Art Deco sapphire and diamond double clip brooch and matching cluster ear studs by The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd., in a fitted case see illustration £3000-5000 (+Fees*)

134. A pearl and diamond bar brooch adapted from a bracelet, the three pearls interspersed by ribbon ties, 7cm wide (not tested) see illustration on page 13 £1000-1500 (+Fees*)

135. A pair of 19th Century diamond flowerhead cluster ear clips, later clips, the central stones approximately 1ct each, cased by Garrard) see illustration £3000-5000 (+Fees*)

136. A pair of mabe pearl and diamond ear clips, AWJ Ltd., circa 1991, in coral shaped 18ct yellow gold settings, each set five diamonds, gross weight approximately 19gm see illustration on page 17 £700-1000 (+Fees*)

Lot 135

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Lot 137 137. An 18ct gold brooch modelled as a fox, CJ Ltd., circa 1970, with diamond ears and emerald eyes, 4cm high, approximately 17gm see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*) Lot 139 138. A Victorian diamond bow brooch, possibly adapted, one stone missing, 6cm wide, in fitted case) see illustration £800-1200 (+Fees*)

139. A diamond double clip brooch of floral form, the principal cushion shaped stone of approximately 1.75ct, set in unmarked white metal, 7cm long, approximately 44gm, in a fitted case for Garrard & Co. Ltd) see illustration £4000-6000 (+Fees*) 140. A 9ct gold bangle and matching ring of flattened rope twist form, approximately 27gm £200-300 (+Fees*)

141. A diamond eternity ring, previously resized, set in unhallmarked white metal, size W½, a sapphire and ruby eternity ring set in 18ct white gold, size W and a sapphire eternity ring, size W see illustration £500-700 (+Fees*) 142. A diamond cluster ring, the central cushion-shaped stone approximately 1.4ct to a surround of smaller diamonds in an unhallmarked yellow metal openwork mount, size R) see illustration £1500-2000 (+Fees*)

Lot 138

Lot 141

Lot 142

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Lot 143

143. A Victorian diamond tiara, the central oval pinnacle flanked by eight graduated floral pinnacles to each side, the principal stone of 1ct flanked by two others similar, on a brown velvet covered band see illustration ÂŁ8000-12000 (+Fees*)

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144. A box containing paste set hair ornaments £300-500 (+Fees*) 145. An 18ct gold watch chain hung with a propelling pencil, the chain approximately 36gm £600-800 (+Fees*) 146. A Chinese carved amber pendant modelled as a bird on a gourd, on a cord necklace interspersed by amber and lapis beads, gross weight approximately 59gm £300-500 (+Fees*) 147. A quantity of jewellery and costume jewellery including pearls, faux pearls, loose pearls, a pair of paste ear pendants, sundry coins etc. £200-300 (+Fees*)

Lot 150

148. An oval pendant with initials LX inscribed ‘Lawrence with a little love Jane, 12th November 1953’, approximately 60gm £400-600 (+Fees*)

149. A .900 standard gold medallion for Munich Olympics 1972, for Reiten (horse riding), approximately 22gm £300-500 (+Fees*)

150. Two Victorian diamond starburst brooches, the larger with central stone approximately 0.5ct, 4.5cm wide, the smaller 0.33ct, cased by Garrard & Co. Ltd.) see illustration £2000-3000 (+Fees*) 151. A Cartier onyx and diamond dress set, cased by Dibdin & Co., no 1973, comprising four buttons, two studs and cufflinks see illustration £1500-2000 (+Fees*) 152. A 9ct rose gold chain mesh purse, approximately 28gm see illustration on page 17 £200-300 (+Fees*) 153. A 9ct gold fancy link bracelet hung with an 18ct gold monkey charm, a 9ct gold medallion and two 18ct medallions, approximately 40gm of 9ct gold and 30gm of 18ct gold £800-1000 (+Fees*)

Lot 151

154. An Italian 18ct gold bracelet, signed Ronco, of coiled wire form with pendant initialled EJAR to one side and with bull to the other, the bracelet approximately 10gm £150-200 (+Fees*) 155. A gem set 9ct gold pendant marked ‘1965 Christmas’ and a 9ct gold neck chain (broken), approximately 40gm £300-500 (+Fees*)

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Lot 161 Lot 160

156. A 9ct textured gold pendant brooch, Garrard & Co, 1989 of abstract pyramid form, suspended from an unmarked yellow metal bar brooch, approximately 30gm see illustration on page 17 £300-500 (+Fees*) 157. A diamond and pearl dress ring, the central pearl to a surround of ten old cut diamonds in an unhallmarked white metal openwork setting, size P £400-600 (+Fees*) 158. Two pairs of paste set ear pendants, one pair of bow form, the other suspending openwork drops centred by pear shaped clusters £80-120 (+Fees*) 159. No Lot 160. A pair of pearl and diamond drop earrings, each pear shaped cultured pearl with diamond cap below a single diamond of approximately 0.25ct see illustration £1500-2000 (+Fees*) 161. A pair of pearl and diamond cluster ear studs, each with central pearl to a surround of twelve diamonds set in 18ct gold see illustration £1200-1800 (+Fees*)

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Lot 163

162. A 9ct tri-colour gold puzzle ring, a 9ct yellow gold wedding band, a 9ct gold ear clip, a 9ct gold tie pin, a 15ct gold tie pin and a gold wedding band, marks rubbed, gross weight 32gm £200-300 (+Fees*) 163. A diamond three-stone ring, the central stone of approximately 2.9ct, the stones to each side of approximately 1.50ct each, set in unhallmarked white metal, size Y see illustration £6000-8000 (+Fees*) 164. A quantity of costume jewellery including a Scottish brooch, enamelled brooches, ear clips, a single row of jadeite beads and a single row of malachite beads, in a leather jewel case with lift-out tray £200-300 (+Fees*) 165. A quantity of costume jewellery including faux and cultured pearl necklaces, a pocket watch, a Colibri lighter, an Eterna watch, a Hermes ring, a Hermes scarf ring and a faux tortoiseshell pendant in a jewel case with fold-out mechanism £150-200 (+Fees*) 166. A large quantity of costume earrings, ear studs and clips in a jewel case £60-80 (+Fees*)

167. A gentleman’s Omega De Ville quartz wristwatch, the square dial with date aperture and baton hour markers, a lady’s 9ct gold cased Longines wristwatch on a 9ct gold bracelet and sundry watches £100-150 (+Fees*) 168. A 9ct gold St Christopher medallion, signed P Vincze, London, a 9ct gold and diamond bow brooch, a 9ct gold Albert chain and sundry 9ct gold, approximately 69gm £500-700 (+Fees*) 169. A diamond and pearl drop necklace on a fine link neck chain, a necklace of baroque pearls interspersed by 18ct gold links, another necklace, unmarked and an unmarked yellow metal crucifix pendant £150-200 (+Fees*) 170. An Italian 18ct gold necklace by Ronco, of coiled wire form, a two-colour 18ct gold watch chain with clip to each end and an 18ct white gold wedding band, approximately 36gm £600-800 (+Fees*) 171. A small sapphire, diamond and pearl bar brooch, indistinctly marked to pin, an enamel and diamond pansy locket, a 15ct gold and pearl bar brooch and a novelty 14K pendant centred by a diamond ring and with motto ‘Diamonds are a Girl’s best Friend’ £150-200 (+Fees*)

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Other Properties 172. An 18ct gold eternity ring set with small diamonds, approximately 3.8gm; a 22ct gold wedding band, approximately 2.6gm; an 18ct gold wedding band, approximately 2.6gm and a 9ct gold signet ring, approximately 3.7gm £120-180 (+Fees*) 173. A seven-stone diamond ring set in 18ct gold, a diamond and sapphire dress ring set in 18ct gold and platinum and sundry rings £180-220 (+Fees*) 174. A quantity of costume jewellery including enamelled coins, a hand painted pendant signed Ken Taylor ‘82, a novelty silver stamp box of envelope form, silver brooches, a silver bracelet, wristwatches including Rotary and Seiko, enamelled badges, a 9ct gold bar brooch, a 9K gold locket with chain and Siamese silver niello items £250-350 (+Fees*) 175. A diamond five-stone ring, in an 18ct yellow gold scroll setting, central stone of 0.4ct, size M £700-900 (+Fees*) 176. A diamond ring, the six-claw set diamond measuring approximately 0.33ct to a 9ct gold mount, size L, gross weight approximately 2.5gm, with certificate £300-400 (+Fees*) 177. A diamond dress ring set with nine graduated baguette cut stones flanked by a row of graduated round mixed cut stones to either side, to an 18ct white gold mount, size K, approximately 4.0gm see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*)

Lot 186 178. A rubellite and diamond dress ring, the oval rubellite cabochon set within an oblong stylised 18ct white gold mount, the shoulders set graduating diamonds, stamped BI USA, size O £100-150 (+Fees*) 179. A three-stone diamond ring, in a crossover setting to an 18ct yellow gold shank, size N, approximate total diamond weight 0.5ct, with certificate £300-400 (+Fees*) 180. ◆ Nine Victorian ivory brooches, mostly Cantonese, carved figures in garden landscapes, flower spays etc. £300-400 (+Fees*) 181. ◆ A 19th Century ivory reticulated bracelet, a similar necklet, an ivory plaited bracelet interwoven with gilt wire and a small bodkin case £60-80 (+Fees*) 182. A 9ct gold double Albert, approximately 45gm £300-400 (+Fees*) 183. A 9ct gold anchor brooch, a tie pin, various brooches, a bracelet and other jewellery £250-300 (+Fees*) 184. A 9ct gold fetter, three necklaces and another 9ct gold necklace, approximately 24gm £180-220 (+Fees*) 185. An amethyst bar brooch, the large oval stone approximately 23mm x 19mm x 9mm, total width 8cm £150-200 (+Fees*)

186. A mabe pearl and diamond dress ring and earrings, each with a mabe pearl set to an 18ct gold mount, within a surround of round mixed cut diamonds, stamped with maker’s mark CH and 18K 750, gross weight approximately 26.2gm, in a customised oval box see illustration £400-600 (+Fees*) 187. A 9ct gold bracelet, the four elongated rectangular links set with dark panels, gross weight approximately 49gm £400-600 (+Fees*) 188. A stick pin with bull’s head terminal and a Victorian brooch with purple stone and drop £50-70 (+Fees*) 189. A small ‘Bijoote’ jewel case containing gold shirt studs, stick pins and cufflinks and a quantity of coins, a hand mirror etc. £50-70 (+Fees*) 190. An 18ct gold and diamond wreath type brooch, Alabaster & Wilson, the wreath formed of conjoined dolphins with diamond set eyes, 3cm diameter, approximately 10.8gm £150-200 (+Fees*) 191. A late Victorian split pearl and diamond bar brooch, the central cluster with figure of eight design to each side, 4cm wide, approximately 4.6gm £80-120 (+Fees*) 192. A gold, diamond and emerald bracelet, the six circular links set with a central emerald flanked by diamonds and connected by smaller diamond set links, approximately 40gm £400-600 (+Fees*)

Lot 177

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193. A quantity of costume jewellery including silver, marcasite, faux pearls, etc. £100-150 (+Fees*) 194. A quantity of Victorian and later brooches including two oval shell cameos, one framed in 9ct gold, a 14ct gold bar brooch centred by an oval green stone, a 15ct gold tie pin, two pairs of 9ct gold ear studs, a pair of 9ct gold, turquoise and pearl ear studs and a pair of 9ct gold, turquoise and pearl ear studs of floral design by D & F £200-300 (+Fees*) 195. A gentleman’s 18ct gold signet ring, set with a smoky quartz, an 18ct gold band engraved ‘Luck’, a 14K dress ring set with a single pearl, a 9ct gold band set with diamond chips and another ring (missing stone) £300-500 (+Fees*) 196. A peridot ring, the five oval graduated stones in a yellow gold scroll setting, approximately 4.5gm £100-150 (+Fees*) 197. A 9ct yellow gold curb link bracelet with heart-shaped padlock clasp, approximately 44.2gm £400-600 (+Fees*) 198. A large quantity of 9ct gold charms to include a Masonic ball, motor car, turtle with moving limbs, poodle, golf bag, football, etc., approximately 90gm and two unmarked charms £800-1000 (+Fees*)

199. A 9ct gold flattened curb link bracelet, approximately 57.1gm £500-700 (+Fees*) 199A. A mabe pearl and diamond dress ring, the central pearl to a surround of six small diamonds in an 18ct yellow gold coral form setting, approximately 18.6gm see illustration £400-600 (+Fees*) 200. Four yellow gold bangles and a pair of gold earrings, all marked 916, approximately 19.3gm and an unmarked pair of yellow metal pendant earrings, approximately 2.2gm £400-600 (+Fees*) 201. A ruby and diamond ring, the three oval rubies interspersed by pairs of diamonds, claw set to an 18ct yellow gold shank £300-500 (+Fees*) 202. A five-stone ring set in 18ct yellow gold, the pale blue stones in a scroll setting, size O, approximately 5gm £80-120 (+Fees*) 203. A five-stone diamond ring set in 14k white gold, size M1⁄2 and a crossover ring with two diamonds (one missing), set in 18ct and platinum, gross weight approximately 4.5gm £150-200 (+Fees*)

208. Two 9ct gold bracelets with heart-shaped padlock clasps, approximately 16gm £100-150 209. A George V gold sovereign mounted as a pendant on a 9ct gold chain, gross weight approximately 11gm £150-200 (+Fees*) 210. An Edward VII sovereign 1910, in a 9ct gold pendant frame, gross weight 9.6gm £180-220 (+Fees*) 211. A George V half sovereign 1912 £80-100 (+Fees*) 212. A Henry VIII groat, an Elizabeth I sixpence and six other silver coins £100-150 (+Fees*) 213. An Edward VII gold sovereign, 1910, in a gold mount £150-200 (+Fees*) 214. An Edward VII bronze portrait medallion, inscribed Bilston Souvenir Coronation 1902, a gilt metal medallion inscribed Clan Chattan, Band of Union 1609-2009, a 1922 Liberty dollar and sundry coins £30-40 (+Fees*)

204. A tanzanite pendant, the heart-shaped stone beneath a small diamond set in 18ct yellow gold on a fine link 18ct yellow gold neck chain, gross weight approximately 2gm see illustration £180-220 (+Fees*) 205. A diamond pendant, the triangular cut stone set in unhallmarked yellow metal to an 18ct gold neck chain, the chain approximately 4gm £400-600 (+Fees*) 206. An opal and diamond ring, the oval opal with three small diamonds to one side in a scrolling 14ct yellow gold surround, size M½ and another opal dress ring £150-200 (+Fees*)

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207. A 9ct gold St Christopher pendant on chain and a 9ct gold hinged bangle, gross weight approximately 33.8gm £250-350 (+Fees*)

Lot 204

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Watches Ombersley Court 225. An 18ct gold cased hunter pocket watch, by Thomas Grey, Saville Street, London, Sheffield 1807, numbered 4687, 5cm diameter see illustration £1000-1500 (+Fees*)

Lot 225

226. A silver pocket watch, London 1782, engraved on the reverse ‘R.M.O. Hin, 21st July 1939, His Grandfather’s Watch’, with silver case and a coloured Battersea enamel dial, by Wilders of London, numbered 25320 with a Continental silver chain and ivy, 5cm diameter £300-500 (+Fees*) 227. A silver half-hunter pocket watch by R Behrendt of Kimberley, case numbered 1169/456 £200-300 (+Fees*) 228. A gilt metal cased pedometer, the white enamel dial signed Payne & Co., 163 New Bond Street, 3997, Patent, the case marked AT and numbered 3997, the purple guilloché enamel cover set with diamonds, initialled MF beneath a coronet £200-300 (+Fees*) 229. A George II hunter pocket watch, Benjamin Gray, Justin Vulliamy, London C1750, with full plate fusee verge movement, the pierced and engraved balance cock with central diamond, the movement signed and with code xcl., the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, fitted in a silver case, London 1799 Note: According to label this was the property of Lord Arthur Augustus Edwin Hill (1800-1831) £300-500 (+Fees*)

231. A lady’s 9ct gold cased wristwatch, the oval silvered dial with Arabic numerals, movement numbered 104593, case number 2842, on a rolled gold bracelet £80-120 (+Fees*) 232. A military open faced pocket watch, the black dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial at 6 o’clock, case inscribed A44334 to side and G5 Mk II A44334 to reverse and a gilt brass carriage clock, 11cm high £80-100 (+Fees*) 233. A silver pocket watch, Aaron Lufkin Dennison, Birmingham 1917, with silver chain and four other pocket watches £80-120 (+Fees*) 234. A 9ct gold open faced pocket watch with silvered dial and Arabic numerals £100-150 (+Fees*)

235. Five wristwatches and a few sundries £70-90 (+Fees*) 236. A lady’s Omega wristwatch, with 9ct gold bracelet strap £150-200 (+Fees*) 237. A Cartier enamel and diamond pocket watch, the blue guilloché enamel case centred by a diamond cluster to one side, the silvered dial signed Cartier and with Arabic numerals, French import mark to case see illustration £1000-1500 (+Fees*) 238. A lady’s 9ct gold cased wristwatch, the dial signed Everite, on a 9ct gold brick link bracelet, gross weight 26.2gm £180-220 (+Fees*)

Other Properties 230. A gentleman’s 9ct gold cased Certina wristwatch, circa 1980, the circular dial with baton markers, fitted a 17 jewel movement signed Certina 25-36, on a leather strap £100-150 (+Fees*)

Lot 237

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Objets de Vertu Ombersley Court 248. A gilt metal ring stand, of pyramid form, 15cm high, an Ingersoll watch in leather case, a carved wooden box and a quantity of sundries £80-120 (+Fees*) 249. A gold plated locket, the oval cover monogrammed in split pearls and turquoise beads, a locket with monogram in blue enamel, another locket and sundry jewellery in a leather jewel case with S beneath a coronet to the cover, the box 18.5cm wide £150-200 (+Fees*)

Lot 242 239. A lady’s 9ct gold cased wristwatch, the circular dial signed Crusader and with subsidiary seconds dial, the movement signed Adie-Marlys Watch Co. and marked Non-Magnetic Compensated 15 Rubies 2 Adj, on a 9ct gold articulated bracelet, gross weight approximately 18.1gm £100-150 (+Fees*)

250. Two English enamel snuff boxes, one of rectangular form, the lid painted with a harbour scene the sides with leaves and roses, the base with Antique ruins, with gilt-metal mounts, broken and restored, Birmingham, circa 1750, 7.5cm long; the other, South Staffordshire, of rectangular form, the lid painted with a rural scene, the sides and base in pink, with gilt-metal mounts, cracked, the lid restored and broken, 6.5cm long (2) £150-200 (+Fees*)

251. Two English enamel snuff boxes circa 1780, one of rectangular form, the lid painted with a lady contemplating an urn in a garden and inscribed ‘A Friends Gift’, the inside of the lid mirror lined, the sides and base painted in pink, some wear to border; the other of oval form, the lid painted with an equestrian figure and inscribed ‘Cossak Mode of Attack’, very damaged to base, 4.5cm long, and a French snuffbox, circa 1900, of rectangular form with cut corners, the lid painted with a cockerel fight, the sides and base, the gilt-metal mounts detached at hinge, 5cm long, with a letter reading ‘this rare old piece of Battersea enamel on copper was given by Aunt M? to Patricia and me a few days before her death in March 1962’ (3) see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*)

240. A lady’s Longines Conquest Automatic wristwatch, stainless steel cased, 25 jewel movement, L561.4 £300-500 (+Fees*) 241. A lady’s Tudor Princess Oysterdate wristwatch, the silver dial with date and baton hour markers, case marked Original Oyster Case by Rolex, Geneva £200-300 (+Fees*) 242. A gentleman’s Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust wristwatch in 18ct gold and stainless steel, with box and paperwork, purchased 1995 see illustration £2500-3000 (+Fees*) 243. A lady’s Rotary wristwatch, square dial to a 9ct white gold bracelet, fitted a 21 jewel movement, approximately 25.2gm £150-200 244. A lady’s 9ct gold Longines wristwatch with oval face and original strap, cased £200-300 (+Fees*)

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Lot 251

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Lot 252

252. Three English enamel patch boxes, circa 1785-1790, two oval, one inscribed ‘A Trifle from Birmingham’, the other inscribed ‘Remember the Giver’, the third circular patch box inscribed ‘A Trifle from Tenterden’, 4.5cm wide, all mirror lined (3) see illustration £250-350 (+Fees*) 253. Six English enamel printed bonbonnières and patch boxes, circa 1780-1810, including one inscribed ‘A Trifle from Newport Isle of Wight’, and another painted in blue, various shapes, 2cm to 5cm diameter (7) £300-500 (+Fees*) 254. A composite silver-mounted shagreen chatelaine (without implements), the etui 18th Century English, the belt clasp Dutch, probably late 19th Century, 30cm long £200-300 (+Fees*) 255. Two French pressed wood circular snuffboxes and covers, circa 1820, one with lid carved with a scene titled ‘Jeu De Boule’, and the other with lid carved a scene titled ‘Retour Du Laboureur’, 8.5cm diameter (2) £150-200 (+Fees*)

256. A circular Stobwasser papier-mâché lacquer box, circa 1830, painted with an interior scene, 9.5cm diameter and a rectangular example, painted with a coaching scene, 9cm long (2) £120-180 (+Fees*) 257. An early 19th Century English papier-mâché box and cover, the lid printed and painted with a night watchman and inscribed ‘Come move on there - will you’, 10cm diameter and another painted with a bust of a lady, 9cm diameter (2) £120-180 (+Fees*) 258. A 9ct gold vector tube, Sampson Mordan & Co, Chester, containing two numbered balls, possibly a shooting position finder, 8.5cm long, approximately 40gm £300-500 (+Fees*) 259. A Victorian silver mounted tortoiseshell scent bottle, of pear shape, cover detached, 11cm long £80-120

Beverston Castle 260. A 9ct gold vesta case, Chester 1900, initialled GAW, approximately 23gm £150-200 (+Fees*) 261. A silver and enamel travelling bedside clock, HM, Birmingham 1923, of folding form with pink guilloche enamel covers, 4.5cm wide, a silver and enamel box and sundry enamelled boxes £120-180 (+Fees*) 262. A collection of 30 Halcyon Days enamel boxes, including limited edition and Easter egg form contained in three table top display cases £200-300 (+Fees*) 263. A 9ct gold cased cigarette case, with engine-turned decoration, approximately 73gm £500-700 (+Fees*)

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282. Two lantern style wirework birdcages painted white, 53cm and 43cm high £40-60 (+Fees*) 283. A brass theodolite by Troughton & Sons., the telescope with rack and pinion focusing and 180% scale, having a swivel micrometre magnifier, the platform with compass and 360° silvered scale and set two spirit levels, the whole raised on a circular base, 33cm high £400-600 (+Fees*) 284. A Regency rosewood writing slope with crossbanded boxwood strung borders and fitted interior, 34cm wide £60-80 (+Fees*) Lot 264 264. A 19th Century faux tortoiseshell and pique box, the cover inlaid a central vase of flowers to a border of stars, 6.5cm diameter, a faux tortoiseshell box with 15ct gold mounts and a tortoiseshell snuff box with hinged cover see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*)

Other Properties

Miscellaneous Items 275. A Victorian mahogany desk top stationery cabinet, three-quarter galleried top over tambour enclosing stationery compartments, pen tray and inkwells over two small drawers, 41.5cm x 39cm £200-300 (+Fees*)

265. A Bilston enamel box, the deer hunt, 8cm wide £70-90 (+Fees*)

276. Four cast iron door stops including hound, 33cm high, piper and companion and Mr and Mrs Ally Sloper £80-120 (+Fees*)

266. A collection of six various horn, tortoiseshell and treen Georgian and Victorian snuff boxes £100-150 (+Fees*)

277. A group of brass and metal wares including fire mask, marmalade cutter, trivet, pans etc. £40-60 (+Fees*)

267. A Halcyon Days miniature carriage clock, commemorative of Lloyds’ Tercentenary, another clock, approximately 29 Halcyon Days enamel boxes and a paperweight £150-200 (+Fees*)

278. A copper coal scuttle and sundry brass candlesticks £60-80 (+Fees*)

268. Four Halcyon Days desk seals, modelled as Dalmatian, Kingfisher, Grouse and Eagle each with hardstone matrix £120-180 (+Fees*) 269. A Mauchline ware snuff box, the cover decorated a named view of Roslin Castle, the front inscribed Stewart Carse, Musselburgh, 9cm wide and an oval brass snuff box indistinctly inscribed Thos Farrer 1847 (?) £60-80 (+Fees*)

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279. An ebonised work box and two toleware tea kettles £80-120 (+Fees*) 280. Two butter pats and a quantity of sundries £40-60 (+Fees*) 281. A Newlyn brass candlestick embossed flowers etc., 24.5cm high £200-300 (+Fees*)

285. A Hasselblad 503CX camera with Planar 2.8/80 80mm Carl Zeiss lens, two Hasselblad magazines, a Proflash 4504 Hasselblad flash gun, a Carl Zeiss 40mm f4 Distagon black lens with Synchro Compur shutter for Hasselblad 500cm, makers caps and leather case stamped Made in Sweden £800-1200 (+Fees*) 286. An oak tantalus, fitted two drawers with compartments and sprung drawers beneath, 34.5cm wide £80-100 (+Fees*) 287. ◆ A 19th Century rectangular ivory box with pen and ink work decoration of flowers and foliage, 26cm wide £80-120 (+Fees*) 288. ◆ An early 19th Century ivory jewellery box with pen and ink decoration of a central urn within borders of scrolling foliage, fitted a drawer beneath, 23.5cm wide £120-150 (+Fees*) 289. A set of three graduated ebonised metal trays, each with central portrait of a dog within a gilded border, the largest 76.5cm wide £80-100 (+Fees*) 290. A pair of gilt metal Gothic style processional lanterns and the ebonised staves for the same (with wall brackets), 154cm high £80-120 (+Fees*) 291. A pewter charger with incised border, initialled IMS, 38cm diameter and three others somewhat similar the borders initialled £80-100 (+Fees*)

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292. A Great Central Railway whistle and chain, a torch and various propelling pencils, etc. £40-60 (+Fees*) 293. A walnut tea caddy, 20cm wide, a porcupine quill box, a sailor doll and a silver topped walking stick £40-60 (+Fees*) 294. A pair of oval toleware vases with lion mask ring handles and painted floral reserves, 30cm high £150-200 (+Fees*) 295. A pair of mirror back brackets with turned supports, 33cm high £120-150 (+Fees*)

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296. A mid 19th Century mahogany decanter box, fitted seven decanters with stoppers and a rinsing bowl, 41cm wide £300-400 (+Fees*)

305. A wrought iron adjustable candle stand, with integral snuffer, on a tripod base 114.5cm high £100-150 (+Fees*)

297. Two spelter Marly type horses, 40cm high £40-60 (+Fees*)

306. A pair of vase-shaped table lamps and shades and a toleware type lamp decorated a lion £40-60 (+Fees*)

298. A fitted Georgian mahogany decanter box, including four original hand blown decanters, 23cm wide £200-300 (+Fees*) 299. A white marble mortar with four lugs, 47cm wide £50-70 (+Fees*) 300. A pair of gilt plaster cherub mask wall appliques, 26cm wide £50-70 (+Fees*) 301. A bell metal mortar, possibly Iberian, of flared cylinder form applied with four masks interspersed by lettering, 16cm diameter and two other mortars £150-200 (+Fees*) 302. A desk ornament modelled as a parrot on a naturalistic branch above a veined hardstone sphere, 14.5cm high £70-100 (+Fees*) 303. A turned wood laundry pestle 46cm long and two wig stands, one damaged £100-150 (+Fees*) 304. A copper ale warmer of conical form, two copper mugs, other copper and three salt glazed stoneware vessels £40-60 (+Fees*)

307. A rush light holder, a coffee grinder and a candle snuffer £80-100 (+Fees*) 308. A malt shovel, 109cm long £60-80 (+Fees*) 309. A reproduction half block Atlantic salmon, the board 40cm x 117cm £200-300 (+Fees*) 310. A cased rainbow trout in a bowfront case, 61cm wide, another cased trout and a fishing tackle advert £80-120 (+Fees*) 311. A split cane salmon rod by Hardy Bros., five other fishing rods, mostly Hardy and a fishing rod/snooker cue holder £40-60 (+Fees*) 312. A fishing gaff by Hardy, another gaff and three wicker creels £100-150 (+Fees*) 313. Four carved and painted wooden duck decoys, one labelled ‘Rare French decoy from the Lac de Grandlieu in the Vendee from the hunting estate of Guerlain, circa 1910’ see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*)

314. A mahogany cutlery hod with brass handle and wavy borders, 38.5cm wide £40-60 (+Fees*) 315. Two pairs of turned wood candlesticks and a needlework bell pull £40-60 (+Fees*) 316. An oval brass jardinière, 39cm wide, a pair of brass chamber candlesticks with snuffers and ejector mechanism, three railway lamps and sundry brass £50-70 (+Fees*) 317. A SNCF railway lantern by Dehail & Grenier, Paris, 33cm high £100-150 (+Fees*) 318. A pair of Art Deco chromed bath taps of tapering square shape £50-70 (+Fees*) 319. Sundry fishing kit, rods, spinning reels, etc. Provenance: Beverston Castle £80-120 (+Fees*) 320. A gilt brass microscope by J Swift & Son London, in a fitted case with extra lenses £80-120 (+Fees*) 321. Three Starlight limited edition resin figures on wooden stands £100-150 (+Fees*)

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338. A Worcester tea and coffee service, circa 1810, of fluted form decorated with formal floral sprays in mauve and gold, comprising: a coffee pot and cover, an oval teapot stand, seven tea bowls, eight coffee cups, twelve saucers, two saucer dishes, and a cover for a sugar bowl £200-300 (+Fees*)

Ceramics Ombersley Court 325. A pair of Derby biscuit groups, circa 1785, one youths with animals, the other youths with musical instruments, each around a central tree trunk, incised crown, crossed batons and D marks, no. 333 and 334, 29cm high (2) see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*) 326. Three Derby biscuit groups, circa 1780, each with central female figure and musical instrument beside a broken column and with cherubs around the base, incised no. 216 and 217, one broken, 26cm high (3) £400-600 (+Fees*) 327. Two Paris (La Courtille) groups circa 1785, a gallant and companion, garlanded with flowers, crossed torches incised mark, 21cm high (2) see illustration £700-900 (+Fees*) 328. A set of three Niderviller biscuit figures, circa 1775, comprising a youth beside a grape hod, hand lacking, another beside a wheel of fortune, and a girl beside a vase and cover, each on a square base and impressed Terre de Lorraine, incised GG, each 21cm high (3) £400-600 (+Fees*) 329. Six Derby biscuit groups, circa 1780, of Cupid around a central tree trunk, some with flowers, some with fish, one with a wheelbarrow, two with birdcages and birds, incised no. 48, one very damaged, each 21.5cm high (6) £800-1200 (+Fees*) 330. A Derby biscuit figure circa 1780, of Plenty holding a cornucopia of fruit, standing on square base, crown, crossed batons and D mark, incised no. 163, 24cm high see illustration £180-220 (+Fees*) 331. A Derby biscuit figure, circa 1780, a youth playing a flute, on a round scroll base, incised no. 10, 16cm high £100-150 (+Fees*)

Lot 337 332. A pair of Derby biscuit figures, circa 1820, of musicians, the girl with cymbals, the boy with a clarinet, on round bases, incised mark no. 365, she with arm lacking, 18cm high (2) £50-80 (+Fees*) 333. A Derby biscuit group, circa 1780, Three Graces and Cupid, around a central tree trunk, incised mark no.135, damages, 41cm high £200-300 (+Fees*) 334. A French (hard paste) figure of La Batteuse de Beurre, standing before a churn, damages, 19cm high; a figure of a similar youth as a bagpiper, his dog at his feet, 18cm high; a pair of figures of Cupid and Plenty, her neck repaired, 23cm high; and a group of a youth before a brazier, two figures lacking, damages, 28cm high; all 18th Century (5) £700-900 (+Fees*)

339. Six Meissen (outside-decorated) plates, 19th Century, each painted with birds, blue crossed swords marks (6) £120-180 (+Fees*) 340. A Sèvres baluster cream jug, the porcelain 18th Century, gilding later, painted with bouquets of flowers raised on short shaped legs, 10cm see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*) 341. A Meissen saucer shaped dish, circa 1760, with green scale borders, the centre painted with a Watteau scene, 26cm diameter; and a plate en suite, 24.25cm diameter £400-600 (+Fees*) 342. A Meissen dish, circa 1765, painted with bouquets of flowers, with moulded Dulong pattern borders, blue crossed swords and dot mark, 30cm diameter £80-120 (+Fees*) 343. A Samson bowl, 20th Century, decorated in famille rose style, 28.5cm diameter £80-120 (+Fees*)

335. A Booths bowl in the Worcester style, 20th Century, the blue scale ground printed in colours with exotic birds, 25.5cm diameter £80-120 (+Fees*) 336. A Spode bat printed part tea service, circa 1815, with rural views and gilt rims, pattern no. 557, comprising eleven tea cups, eleven saucers and a cover for a sugar bowl (23) £70-100 (+Fees*) 337. A Sèvres later decorated circular two-handled bowl and cover, the porcelain 18th Century, painted in a blue diaper with flowers, 14cm diameter see illustration £120-180 (+Fees*) Lot 340

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Lot 344 344. A pair of Sèvres oval sauce tureens and covers, later decorated, each painted with four named birds in oval reserves and a circular butter dish and cover, the porcelain 18th Century, 22.75cm wide (6) see illustration £400-600 (+Fees*) 345. A German white porcelain clock case, late 19th Century, encrusted with flowers and with a cherub and dove finial, 33cm high £200-300 (+Fees*) 346. A pair of John Bevington two-branch candelabra, late 19th Century, modelled as a youth and his companion, encrusted with flowers, 24.25cm high £100-150 (+Fees*)

348. A Sèvres cream jug, the turquoise ground with an oval shaped reserve of exotic birds, on three short shaped feet, with date letter for 1766 (later English decoration T Randall), together with a Sevres later decorated coffee cup and saucer, similar and a Sevres later decorated sugar bowl and cover, similar, with date letter for 1767, 9.5cm high £250-300 (+Fees*) 349. An English porcelain tea service, circa 1810, with a wide blue and gold floral border, comprising: an oval teapot, cover and stand; an oval sugar basin and cover; eleven teacups; six coffee cans, eleven saucers and a slop basin and plate £180-220 (+Fees*)

350. A brown glazed creamware fox mask stirrup cup, circa 1780, 14cm long see illustration £80-120 (+Fees*) 351. An Austrian biscuit figure of a cockatoo, late 19th Century, upon a perch and stand in black and gold, 26cm high, and another with brown tree trunk base, 39.5cm high see illustration £120-180 (+Fees*)

347. A pair of Meissen shell-shaped sweetmeat dishes, circa 1750, each raised on short scroll shaped legs £150-200 (+Fees*)

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Lot 356 356. A Meissen circular sugar bowl and cover, circa 1750-60, painted with scenes of figures in coastal landscape, flower finial, the interior gilt, the underside of the cover with a floral reserve, faint blue mark to unglazed base, 11cm high see illustration £500-700 (+Fees*)

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352. Three white Dresden comports, late 19th Century, with pierced oval basket pattern tops, cherubs at play on the oval bases, 32.5cm high max and a pair of circular baskets (5) £120-180 (+Fees*) 353. A Russian porcelain Easter egg, probably by the Imperial Porcelain Factory circa 1894-1915, decorated with flowers and bearing the cypher of Empress Alexandra Feodorovna beneath an Imperial crown, 9cm long see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*)

357. A set of Six Royal Crown Derby dessert knives and forks, the pistol grip handles in the Imari palette, cased £80-100 (+Fees*) 358. A group of green ground flower encrusted porcelain comprising a pair of Bloor Derby ewers, 14.5cm high to handle, a pair of Coalbrookdale vases, 17.5cm high and a Continental basket, 26cm wide £60-80 (+Fees*)

359. A quantity of porcelain trinket boxes, including Limoges and Herend £60-80 (+Fees*) 360. A pair of Coalport Imari pattern sauce tureens, covers and stands, circa 1810, 15cm wide £70-100 (+Fees*) 361. Twelve Paris porcelain botanical plates, mid 19th Century, 24cm diameter £100-150 (+Fees*) 362. Four Lladro figures of ducks and geese, 12cm high and smaller £50-70 (+Fees*) 363. A Wedgwood Chrysanthemum pattern part dinner service, comprising two soup tureens and covers, a sauce tureen, cover and stand, a cover for an entree dish, two circular sauce tureens and covers and one stand, two small oblong platters and two plates see illustration £120-180 (+Fees*)

354. A pair of French (hard paste) groups, circa 1780, of lady and gallant musicians on rocky bases, 18.5cm high £150-200 (+Fees*) 355. A Chelsea (red anchor) ecuelle and cover, circa 1758, painted with scattered bouquets, cherry finial, 11cm high £100-150 (+Fees*)

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Lot 368 (part)

Lot 364 364. A Nymphenburg shaped oblong tray, painted with a view of Beverston Castle and a Minoprio bough pot also with view of Beverston Castle see illustration £60-80 (+Fees*) 365. A Nymphenburg white glazed figure group of a whippet and puppy, 13.5cm high £70-100 (+Fees*) 366. Two Vienna porcelain equestrian figures of riders from the Spanish Riding School, titled ‘Levade’ to bases, 24.5cm high £200-300 (+Fees*)

369. A set of seven Royal Crown Derby Imari pattern (2451) small lobed dishes, 9.5cm wide £40-60 (+Fees*) 370. Two English blue-ground vases and a pair of French green-ground vases, printed flowers and butterflies, mid 19th Century, 20cm high £40-60 (+Fees*) 371. A pair of Royal Worcester fox and hound wall masks, 3024 and 3025 see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*)

372. A group of seven Herend rabbits in red, blue and green, 11cm high £100-150 (+Fees*) 373. A Copeland novelty jug, circa 1860, modelled as a frog on a gold orb, 7cm high £50-70 (+Fees*) 374. A Royal Copenhagen model of a seated fox, another of two rabbits and a Herend group of two rabbits, 15cm high £60-80 (+Fees*) 375. A Chelsea Cheyne figure of a lady with flower basket, incised mark, dated 1928, 16cm high £60-80 (+Fees*)

367. A late 18th Century pearlware jug, crisply moulded with huntsman and hounds pursuing a fox, decorated in Pratt enamels, 14cm high £50-70 (+Fees*) 368. A New Hall part tea and coffee service, pattern 779, circa 1810, printed and gilt with grapes and vine leaves on a blue ground, comprising oval teapot, cover and stand, sugar bowl and cover, milk jug, waste bowl, eight teacups, twelve coffee cups and ten saucers, together with a similar Coalport service see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*)

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385. A pair of Continental male and female figures, 30cm high £50-70 (+Fees*) 386. A pair of Staffordshire figures, Piper with companion, 18cm high £80-100 (+Fees*) 387. A pair of Derby figures, Shepherdess with companion, 20cm high £180-220 (+Fees*) 388. A Derby figure, Woman with basket of flowers, 26cm high £100-150 (+Fees*) 389. A pair of wall brackets with birds in relief, 32cm high £60-80 (+Fees*)

Lot 380 (part)

Other Properties 376. Eight blue and white plates by Spode and other makers, the largest 27cm diameter £60-80 (+Fees*) 377. Twelve Wood’s Ivory Ware plates, transfer printed fish and a matching serving dish £60-80 (+Fees*) 378. A 19th Century Staffordshire part dinner service of thirty-two pieces, painted flowering shrubs and a bird in red, blue, orange, green and gilt £200-300 (+Fees*)

382. An Italian Doccia white porcelain figure of a putto with wheat sheaf, 13.5cm high £120-150 (+Fees*) 383. A collection of miniature porcelain figures, birds, etc. £70-90 (+Fees*) 384. A pair of Continental figures of musicians, 4cm high, three other pairs, another figure and two Royal Worcester figures £100-150 (+Fees*)

390. Two Minton Parian figures of Miranda and Lalage, tinted green, by John Bell see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*) 391. A pair of Minton Pilgrim type bottles decorated children working, 21.5cm high £50-80 (+Fees*) 392. A pair of Continental vases encrusted with flowers, 36cm high and sundry decorative china £40-60 (+Fees*)

379. A Riley’s blue and white Eastern Street Scene meat dish with figures in the foreground, 48.5cm wide £40-60 (+Fees*) 380. A fine Minton botanical dessert service for T Goode & Co., South Audley St. London, painted orchids on a green ground with gilt borders, comprising twelve plates, four stands and two comports, pattern No. A7024 and six Cauldon dessert plates painted orchids on a green ground with gilt borders see illustration £500-700 (+Fees*) 381. A Meissen coffee pot and cover, of ogee form, painted flower sprigs on a blue and gilt ground, flower finial and entwined branch handles, 25cm high £80-120 (+Fees*) Lot 390

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Lot 400

393. Two 19th Century Staffordshire figures, Elijah and Widow and two Staffordshire flat back groups £50-70 (+Fees*) 394. Three German porcelain figures of Turkish musicians, late 19th Century, 17cm high £50-70 (+Fees*) 395. A Herend parrot, 21cm high and four other Herend figures £80-120 (+Fees*) 396. A quantity of French porcelain trinket boxes and two pieces of Herend £60-80 (+Fees*) 397. Two New Hall teapots of serpentine outline, four Victorian mugs, two named and dated in gilt, one named and one initialled, and sundry decorative china £60-80 (+Fees*) 398. Four pairs of Staffordshire dogs, one pair modelled standing, the largest 30cm high £70-100 (+Fees*) 399. A Ralph Wood named pearlware figure ‘Sportsman’, circa 1770, 19cm high and a small pair of liver and white Staffordshire dogs £60-80 (+Fees*)

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400. Two Staffordshire pottery models of rabbits, late 19th Century, with black enamel patches, 8.5cm long see illustration £70-100 (+Fees*)

406. A group of Staffordshire figures, including a late 18th Century seated boy reading and porcelaneous pair of egg collectors £80-120 (+Fees*)

401. A Hanley factory blue and white meat plate, circa 1820, decorated in the Village Fisherman pattern, 41cm wide £60-80 (+Fees*)

408. A modern Dresden cup and cover with putti finial, encrusted flowers and decorated scenes of courting couples, 25cm high and a similar potpourri and cover £60-80 (+Fees*)

402. A Quimper two handled bowl, 21cm wide and sundry Quimper plates £80-120 (+Fees*) 403. A late 18th Century pearlware model of a recumbent sheep, 16cm long £60-80 (+Fees*) 404. Two Derby models of recumbent sheep, two models of sheep with lambs, a spill vase and two small models of sheep, 19th Century £60-80 (+Fees*) 405. Nine Staffordshire pottery models of animals including a horse, cows, sheep, parrot, late 19th Century £60-70 (+Fees*) 406. A pair of English porcelaneous models of hounds, two further pairs, a recumbent greyhound, seated greyhound and a pair of cats, 19th and 20th Century £80-120 (+Fees*)

409. A 19th Century Staffordshire part tea and coffee service decorated coffee coloured bands with foliage and gilt, comprising nine teacups, twelve coffee cups, eleven saucers, a milk jug, a two-handled sugar basin and cover, slop basin and cake plate £60-80 (+Fees*) 410. Four Beswick wall ducks £80-120 (+Fees*) 411. A collection of Beswick horses, hounds, foxes and deer £80-120 (+Fees*) 412. A group of Staffordshire pottery models of spaniels, late 19th and 20th Century, including a pastille burner £50-70 (+Fees*)

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Lot 415

Glass Ombersley Court 415. Three air-twist goblets, possibly circa 1750, the round funnel bowls on single spiral stems, 20.25cm diameter (3) see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*) 416. A 19th Century suite of glass decanters in two sizes and a matching tumbler, possibly French (5) £300-500 (+Fees*)

Beverston Castle 417. A pair of English cut glass candle lustres, mid 19th Century, the sconce and drip pan each with seven pear shaped drops, 27cm high £80-120 (+Fees*) 418. A cut glass goblet and cover, 19th Century, the thistle shaped bowl with honeycomb and diamond cutting, facet cut finial and stem, 42cm high £70-100 (+Fees*) 419. A group of glass decanters and jugs comprising a cut and engraved pair of decanters, three plain decanters, a pair of wrythen jugs and a green glass jug £100-150 (+Fees*) 420. A large pair of cut glass vases, 20th Century, of flared form with fan and diamond cutting, 30cm high £100-150 (+Fees*)

421. An oversized glass goblet with cut bowl and faceted stem, 29.5cm high and four glass goblets £80-120 (+Fees*)

428. A pair of lobed oval cut glass bowls with fan-shaped panels and hobnail cutting, 20th Century, 28cm long £40-60 (+Fees*)

422. A pair of cut glass jars and covers of compressed globular form, 18cm high, a pair of oval bowls, early 19th Century and a pair of circular glass bowls £60-80 (+Fees*)

429. A cut and engraved glass vase, of basket form with opposing oval panels engraved flower baskets, cut all-over with diamonds, 20th Century, 25cm high £100-150 (+Fees*)

423. A Regency cut glass decanter and stopper and a set of four wine rinsers, with step and diamond cutting, decanter 26cm high £50-70 (+Fees*) 424. Two Victorian glass funnels, wrythen fluted, 18cm and 34cm £20-30 (+Fees*) 425. A pair of glass goblets engraved with cock fighting scenes to the tapering bowls, plain stems, 19th Century, 19.5cm high £50-80 (+Fees*) 426. Two oversized air twist stemmed glasses, 19th Century in the 18th Century style, with Mortlocks, Oxford St, London retailer’s mark, 61cm high £150-200 (+Fees*) 427. A pair of gold-flecked Murano glass candlesticks, with wrythen globular stems, 22cm high and a pink glass dish similar £70-100 (+Fees*)

Other Properties 430. A studio glass dish, 50cm diameter £80-120 (+Fees*) 431. An 18th Century wine glass, the bowl engraved roses on a white gauze stem, 12.5cm high, another with engraved wrythen bowl, 15cm high and nine others £100-150 (+Fees*) 432. A ruby tinted glass claret jug with plated mounts, 28cm high and two others, both with plated mounts £60-80 (+Fees*) 433. A cut glass bonbonnière and cover, of vase shape, 31cm high, containing a quantity of mineral eggs £50-70 (+Fees*) 434. A pair of cut and engraved glass jars, second half 19th Century, engraved with floral swags and cut with diamond borders, 23cm high £120-180 (+Fees*)

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435. A hobnail cut glass preserve jar and cover, first half 19th Century, oviform with step and prism cut borders, 21cm high £60-80 (+Fees*) 436. A pair of cut glass jars and covers and an oval bowl, 19th Century, the jars of tapering form with flat-cut diamond borders, 30cm high £80-120 (+Fees*) 437. A pair of cut glass comports and a jar, cover and stand, 19th Century, the boat-shaped comports and circular jar cut with a broad border of diamonds between combs, the comports 20cm long £120-180 (+Fees*) 438. A pair of mottled pink glass vases each with trails of decoration to the necks, 16cm high, a cranberry glass vase with Mary Gregory style decoration and frilled rim, 20cm high and three other pieces of cranberry glass £80-120 (+Fees*) 439. Two cranberry glass decanters and stoppers each of baluster form with clear reeded handle, 30cm and 28cm high, a jug with cut decoration and a small jug and bowl, each on a petalled foot £100-150 (+Fees*) 440. A Bohemian red glass decanter and stopper decorated a leaping stag, 33.5cm high and six matching glasses, a Bohemian glass vase and a cranberry glass pipe see illustration £50-70 (+Fees*)

Asian Art & Ceramics Ombersley Court 445. A pair of Japanese blue and white bottle vases, 19th/20th Century, each rounded body rising from a short spreading foot to an angled shoulder and tall flaring neck, painted around the exterior with a cracked ice pattern, 30.5cm high £300-500 (+Fees*) 446. Two Chinese famille rose enamelled pierced oval shallow baskets, Qing Dynasty, Qianlong period, each oval body with pierced sides and enamelled with chrysanthemum and peonies, the larger 36.25cm long see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*) 447. A Chinese embroidered silk pictorial hanging, late 19th Century, the cerise silk panel worked in polychrome silks with groups of figures, birds and creatures, flowers and foliage, the panel mounted to later green support textile panel, silk panel 195cm x 72cm, overall 227cm x 92cm see illustration £300-400 (+Fees*) 448. A Chinese porcelain ginger jar, circa 1900, printed and over painted in famille verte enamels with buildings in a river landscape, 14cm high, cover missing £40-60 (+Fees*)

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Lot 451

Beverston Castle 449. A Chinese late 18th Century punch bowl, cracked, 26.5cm diameter £60-80 (+Fees*) 450. A pair of Japanese Kutani ginger jars and covers, circa 1900, painted reserves of exotic birds, 25.5cm high £100-150 (+Fees*) 451. A pair of Chinese Republican period saucer dishes, horses in landscapes, 33.5cm diameter see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*)

Other Properties 452. A panel of Chinese needlework, a paisley shawl and other fragments £80-120 (+Fees*) 453. ◆ 19th Century Indian School SHAH JAHAN IN AN INTERIOR the head of Mumtaz Mahal above, the Taj Mahal beyond miniature on ivory, 15cm x 10cm £200-250 (+Fees*)

Lot 455

454. A pair of Japanese Kutani water sprinklers, 16.5cm high and a pair of Japanese Imari dishes, 19cm wide £120-150 (+Fees*)

455. ◆ An ivory Shibayama paper knife finely inlaid insects, 33.5cm long see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*) 456. ◆ A Meiji period carved ivory figure of a fisherman, on a naturalistic base, 15cm high £300-500 (+Fees*) 457. ◆ Two Meiji period carved ivory figures, one of a native with monkey, the other of a fisherman, both 15cm high £60-80 (+Fees*) 458. A Shibayama hollow tusk inlaid mother-of-pearl and other decoration of figures, birds etc., 16cm high £500-700 (+Fees*) 459. ◆ A Japanese cylindrical ivory box and cover carved all over with tiger’s heads, 8cm high, (no base), on a hard wood stand £80-120 (+Fees*) 460. ◆ A carved ivory Goan figure of a goddess standing on a flowering lotus, 23.5cm high £40-60 (+Fees*)

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Lot 461 461. ◆ A carved Goan group of a procession, a carriage with twelve attendants, 17cm wide see illustration £100-150 (+Fees*)

464. An early 20th Century Cantonese saucer shaped dish, polychrome enamelled decoration of figures reading a scroll in a rocky landscape, 40cm diameter £60-80 (+Fees*)

462. A Chinese doucai bottle vase, apocryphal Qianlong mark, decorated dragons among clouds in coloured enamels and underglaze blue, 34.5cm high £300-500 (+Fees*)

465. A large Chinese blue and white floor vase, 19th Century, of baluster shape painted with figures and buildings in a landscape, 59cm high see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*)

463. A Chinese blue and white saucer, Kangxi, 12cm diameter, another blue and white saucer, two tea bowls and two 19th Century snuff bottles £300-500 (+Fees*)

466. A pair of Japanese Satsuma vases of baluster shape, decorated a landscape with bamboo to a black ground, 21.5cm high and a similarly decorated part tea set by Soko, comprising teapot and cover, sugar basin and cover, four cups, five saucers and four side plates £50-70 (+Fees*)

467. A pair of mid 20th Century Chinese poem bowls, decorated storks in a landscape and with script, four character Qianlong seal mark beneath, dated 1948, 10cm diameter see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*) 468. A Japanese studio pottery bowl, signed with a seal mark, 7.5cm diameter, three other pieces, a Satsuma bowl, 13cm diameter and an Imari saucer £30-50 (+Fees*) 469. A Japanese eggshell porcelain tea service decorated wisteria, comprising teapot and cover, jug and cover, sugar basin and cover, slop bowl, twelve cups, twelve saucers, twelve side plates and two bread plates, the teapot 21cm high £50-70 (+Fees*)

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Walking Sticks Property of a Gentleman 475. ◆ An ebonised walking stick, the carved ivory handle in the form of a barking dog £80-120 (+Fees*) 476. ◆ An ebonised walking stick, the carved ivory handle in the form of a panting pointer with a silver mount see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*)

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477. ◆ An ivory walking stick, the handle with studded decoration and carved bulldog handle £150-200 (+Fees*) 478. ◆ An ebonised walking stick, the carved ivory handle in the form of a dachshund £70-90 (+Fees*) 479. ◆ An ebonised walking stick, the mount initialled TJB and dated 1934, the horn handle in the form of a strapped terrier see illustration £100-150 (+Fees*) 480. ◆ A riding crop with a carved ivory handle in the form of a bulldog head, a walking stick carved a terrier head and another with a boxer head handle £100-150 (+Fees*)

Lot 492

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481. ◆ A walking stick, the carved ivory handle in the form of a Great Dane head see illustration £100-150 (+Fees*)

486. ◆ An ebonised walking stick, the carved ivory handle in the form of a bear with silver mounts and another walking stick with a carved ivory handle in the form of a bear (2) £80-120 (+Fees*)

482. ◆ A walking stick, the carved ivory handle in the form of a greyhound and another of similar form £100-150 (+Fees*)

487. ◆ An ebonised walking stick, the carved ivory handle in the form of a roaring lion with engraved mount £100-150 (+Fees*)

491. ◆ An ebonised walking stick, the carved ivory handle in the form of a rose with a silver mount and another ebonised walking stick with the carved ivory handle in the form of a bird in flowers £100-150 (+Fees*)

483. ◆ A cane walking stick, the ivory handle in the form of a greyhound head £80-120 (+Fees*)

488. ◆ An ebonised walking stick, the carved ivory handle in the form of a lion with a ball, engraved mounts see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*)

492. ◆ An ebonised walking stick, the carved ivory handle in the form of a frog with engraved monogrammed silver mounts see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*)

489. ◆ Two ebonised walking sticks, the carved ivory handles in the form of lions £80-120 (+Fees*)

493. ◆ An ebonised walking stick, the carved ivory handle in the form of a duck see illustration £100-150 (+Fees*)

484. ◆ A walking stick, the carved ivory spaniel head handle with embossed mount see illustration £100-150 (+Fees*) 485. ◆ Two ebonised walking sticks with carved ivory horse head handles and engraved mounts £80-120 (+Fees*)

490. ◆ An ivory walking stick, the carved ivory handle in the form of a elephant and lion see illustration £100-150 (+Fees*)

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502. ◆ An ebonised walking stick, the carved ivory handle in the form of a clenched fist holding a snake, with plated strap mount £80-120 (+Fees*) 503. ◆ Two ebonised walking sticks, both with carved ivory handles in the form of mask heads £60-80 (+Fees*)

Lot 494

Lot 495

Lot 496

504. ◆ An ebonised walking stick, the Japanese carved ivory handle depicting mask heads of warriors £80-120 (+Fees*)

Lot 500

505. ◆ An ebonised walking stick, the 18th Century carved ivory handle in the form of a standing nude, with later silver mount see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*) 506. ◆ An ebonised walking stick, the carved ivory handle in the form of a Renaissance type bust of a Gentleman, with embossed silver mount £80-120 (+Fees*) 507. ◆ A walking stick, the ivory handle with Shibayama decoration of insects, with plated mounts see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*)

Lot 505

Lot 507

Lot 508

Lot 509

494. ◆ A Japanese walking stick, the ivory ball handle carved monkeys see illustration £100-150 (+Fees*)

498. ◆ A walking stick with carved ivory handle in the form of a bust of a Victorian gentleman £80-120 (+Fees*)

495. ◆ A Japanese walking stick, the ivory handle carved rats in an interior, the silver mount initialled MRM see illustration £100-150 (+Fees*)

499. ◆ A malacca walking stick, the carved ivory handle in the form of a clenched fist £80-120 (+Fees*)

496. ◆ An ebonised walking stick, the carved ivory handle in the form of entwined bird heads see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*) 497. ◆ A malacca walking stick with carved stained ivory handle in the form of a duck’s head with initialled silver mount £80-120 (+Fees*)

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500. ◆ A walking stick, the carved ivory handle in the form of a recumbent nude see illustration £120-150 (+Fees*) 501. ◆ A walking stick with carved ivory head handle and another walking stick with an engraved gold mount £80-120 (+Fees*)

508. ◆ A bamboo walking stick, the ivory handle in the form of a talon, finely carved in relief with a dragon and bird in foliage, monogrammed DU within a cartouche and a silver strap collar engraved a monogram see illustration £120-150 (+Fees*) 509. ◆ An ebonised walking stick, the pierced and carved ivory handle in the form of a Japanese mythical figure, the silver collar chased with scrolling foliage see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*) 510. ◆ An ebonised walking stick, the carved ivory handle in the form of a hand holding an acorn with gold mount, another ivory sectional walking stick with curved handle and a parasol handle with ivory clasp £120-150 (+Fees*)

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511. ◆ A shark vertebra walking stick with an ivory handle and another with ebonised handle £70-90 (+Fees*) 512. ◆ A malacca walking stick, the carved ivory handle in the form of a bud with a monogrammed cartouche and gilt metal collar see illustration £100-150 (+Fees*) 513. ◆ An ebonised walking stick, the carved ivory handle in the form of acanthus scrolls and garlands of flowers and insects £150-200 (+Fees*)

Lot 512

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Lot 516

Lot 526

Lot 528

Lot 517

514. ◆ A bamboo walking stick, the carved ivory handle in the form of an oak leaf and acorns with inscription below £80-120 (+Fees*) 515. ◆ An ebonised walking stick, the ivory ovoid handle with foliate steel work decoration and semi-precious stone cabochon finial, with silver mount see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*) 516. ◆ A spirally ribbed walking stick, the ivory ball handle engraved a map of the world see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*) 517. ◆ An ebonised walking stick, the ribbed ivory ball handle engraved foliage see illustration £120-150 (+Fees*) 518. ◆ An ebonised walking stick, the ivory ball handle with carved floral support see illustration £120-150 (+Fees*)

Lot 518

522. ◆ A walking stick, the bone handle with engraved silver mount and two other walking sticks with ivory knob handles £60-80 (+Fees*)

519. ◆ An ebonised walking stick, the ivory ball handle with carved support set an enamel roundel of the Virgin Mary with engraved silver mount £80-120 (+Fees*)

523. ◆ An ebonised walking stick with spirally ribbed ivory handle and embossed silver coloured metal mounts and another ebonised walking stick with spirally ribbed ivory handle £80-120 (+Fees*)

520. ◆ Three walking sticks, all with similar ivory handles £60-80 (+Fees*)

524. ◆ Three walking sticks with bone handles, one set a compass £50-70 (+Fees*)

521. ◆ A walking stick, the bone handle with steel nail initials and another with sunburst decoration in ivory £60-80 (+Fees*)

525. ◆ An ebonised walking stick with sectional ivory handle and embossed silver mount and another walking stick with slender tapering ivory handle £80-120 (+Fees*)

Lot 533

526. ◆ An ebonised walking stick with tapered ivory handle and stopped finial with gilt metal collar see illustration £80-120 (+Fees*) 527. ◆ An ebonised walking stick with carved ivory handle in the form of a snake, with silver mounts £60-80 (+Fees*) 528. ◆ A walking stick with engraved and ribbed ivory handle and gilded thread decoration see illustration £80-120 (+Fees*) 529. ◆ An ebonised walking stick with club shaped ivory handle and another walking stick with ivory finial £60-80 (+Fees*)

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Other properties 534. An ebonised walking stick with Eastern white metal knop, handle monogrammed £20-30 (+Fees*)

Militaria 540. Two Turkish sabres with steel hilts and engraved blades, 92cm and 94cm long £80-120 (+Fees*) 541. ◆ An 18th Century French dagger, the blade engraved and with an ivory handle carved Melusina, Mesior and Palatina, having a mask head finial, with brass mounted sheath, 43.5cm long see illustration £500-700 (+Fees*) 542. ◆ A 17th Century knife with steel blade, the carved ivory handle of Turk to one side and grotesque beast holding an orb to the other, 32cm long see illustration £500-700 (+Fees*)

Lot 542

543. Five World War II medals to Mrs A Crawford, 1939-45 Star, Africa Star, Burma Star, Defence Medal, War Medal, four other medals and sundry coins £80-120 (+Fees*)

544. A French razor box, by Gillett, containing two razors, said to be taken from Joseph Bonaparte’s carriage at the Battle of Vitoria £60-80 (+Fees*) 545. A 1st Lancashire Engineer Volunteers officers home service helmet, blue cloth covered cork with white metal armorial helmet plate, velvet backed linked chin scales, rosette side bosses, cross base with rosette mounts and spike fitting, quilted padded lining to interior, complete with storage tin named ‘R E Pain’ and a small white metal plaque inscribed ‘Presented to Captain R E Pain on his retirement from the Command of the Rossall School Engineer Cadet Corps, Dec 1901’ and a top hat in leather case Note: Rossall School was the first school in the UK to found a Combined Cadet Force, from 1890 to 1908 the CCF was affiliated to the 1st Lancashire Engineer Volunteers see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*) 546. A Shropshire Yeomanry brooch, a quantity of cap brooches and buttons, mainly for the Royal Artillery and F.A.N.Y. £50-70 (+Fees*)

Lot 541

530. ◆ Three cane walking sticks, all with ivory handles £60-80 (+Fees*) 531. ◆ Four walking sticks, all with ivory handles, two with silver mounts £80-120 (+Fees*) 532. ◆ Four tribal ebonised walking sticks with horn and ivory handles £40-60 (+Fees*) 533. ◆ A walking stick with ivory handle and silver coloured metal mount, chased with foliage, monogrammed and inscribed see illustration on page 43 £80-120 (+Fees*)

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558. A quantity of glass marbles £20-30 (+Fees*) 559. Two Armand Marseille bisque head dolls with composite bodies £180-220 (+Fees*) 560. A CKO Kellerman No. 353 (US Zone Germany) tinplate military motorcycle with rider and passenger, clockwork motor with exhaust sound, 15cm long, in original box see illustration £140-160 (+Fees*) 561. A Dinky Toys Cunard White Star Liner Queen Mary, a Ricochet Frontier Ace, both in original box and a Classic car Vitesse £30-50 (+Fees*)

Lot 557

Toys & Games 550. Dinky Supertoys No. 571, a Coles mobile crane with box £20-30 (+Fees*) 551. ◆ Two ivory shakers carved figures in a garden landscapes and a large quantity of natural and red stained ivory draughts £80-120 (+Fees*) 552. ◆ An early 19th Century natural and black stained ivory part chess set with intricately pierced and carved decoration, twenty-eight pieces £100-150 (+Fees*)

556. ◆ A quantity of carved ivory chess pieces, stained red, green and black £120-150 (+Fees*) 557. ◆ A Carton Pierre casket for the Staunton Chessmen by Jaques with cover, with earliest Jaques label on the base, containing a set of natural and red stained ivory chessmen, the white king stamped Jaques, London see illustration £800-1200 (+Fees*)

562. A painted, carved wood, textile and wire figurative folk-dancing prop, the central musician raised on a podium and surrounded by four moving dancers, supported on a painted cross-frame and a bamboo shaft with a lever mechanism to the handle, 94cm high £120-150 (+Fees*) 563. A Hornby LMS Locomotive and tender and two Super-Cut 'Victory' jigsaw puzzles, boxed £50-70 (+Fees*)

553. ◆ A 19th Century carved natural and red stained ivory part chess set, each piece raised on a concentric ball and circular base £150-200 (+Fees*) 554. ◆ A large quantity of natural and red stained ivory chess pieces £120-150 (+Fees*) 555. ◆ Various natural and red stained ivory chess pieces £120-150 (+Fees*)

Lot 560

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Books Please note books are not collated unless stated and are not guaranteed to be complete.

Ombersley Court 580. Pages, Pierre Marie Francois, Vicomte de. Voyages autour du monde, Paris, 1782, two volumes, 8vo, contemporary calf. Folding engraved maps and plates £500-700 (+Fees*) 581. Chardin, Sir John. Travels in Persia, 1686, folio, contemporary rough calf, re-backed. Folding engraved maps and plates see illustration £1000-2000 (+Fees*) 582. Donne, John. LXXX Sermons, 1640, lacks engraved title, Folio, contemporary calf £500-700 (+Fees*) 583. Jonson, Ben. Works, 1692, Folio Engraved Portrait 18th Century calf gilt (lacks spine ends upper joint cracked) £500-700 (+Fees*) 584. Verglilius Maro, Publish Works, translated by Dryden, 1697. Engraved plates, spotted Folio, contemporary panelled calf £500-800 (+Fees*)

Lot 587

585. Bonanni, Filippo. Numismata...Templi Vaticani, Rome 1700, Folio, contemporary panelled calf. Engraved plates £500-700 (+Fees*) 586. Book of Common Prayer, 1734, Folio, contemporary black morocco, dated and lettered in gilt on cover. Engraved frontispiece £500-700 (+Fees*) 587. Anon Costume of the Russian Empire, 1803. Folio, hand-coloured plates, contemporary red morocco gilt a.e.g. green silk endleaves see illustration £600-900 (+Fees*) 588. Merigot, James A Select Collection of Views and Ruins of Rome, no date, folio (imperial paper), 62 hand-coloured plates, modern red morocco-backed cloth with arms on upper cover see illustration £700-1000 (+Fees*) 589. Barrington, Daines Miscellanies, 1781, 4to, contemporary half calf (joints cracking) 2 portraits, 5 tables and 2 folding maps £600-900 (+Fees*)

Lot 581 590. Vergilius Maro. Publius Georgicks, 1741-1749, 2 vol., 4th ed. John Martyn, coloured plates, contemporary calf (joints cracked) £400-600 (+Fees*)

Lot 588

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594. Dugdale, Sir William. Antiquities of Warwickshire, 1730, 2 vol., Folio, contemporary panelled calf (joints cracked) Engraved portrait and plates £400-600 (+Fees*) 595. Salmon, William. Botanologia, 1710. Folio, cont. calf gilt (old reback). Engraved frontispiece, text illustrations (some browning) £400-600 (+Fees*)

Lot 591

596. Nash, Treadway Russell. History of Worcestershire, 1781-1782, 2 vols., Folio, contemporary speckled calf gilt. Folding engraved map, portraits and plates with supplement, 1799. Folio, contemporary qtr. vellum see illustration £400-600 (+Fees*) 597. Demosthenes. Orationes [In Greek], Aldus, Venice 1554, 3 vol., 8vo. old vellum £500-700 (+Fees*) 598. Dampier, William. Voyage Autour du Monde, Amsterdam 1723-1724, 4 vol. in 2, 8vo, contemporary calf gilt. Engraved maps and plates £500-800 (+Fees*)

Lot 592

591. Chappe d’Auteroche, Jean Journey into Siberia, 1770, 4to. contemporary calf. Folding engraved map, partly coloured, plain plates (some spotting) see illustration £400-600 (+Fees*)

599. Bible, English. The Holy Bible, 1696 and Book of Common prayer, folio, fine contemporary blue morocco gilt, a.e.g. £500-700 (+Fees*)

592. Shaw, T. Travels, or observations relating to several areas of the Barbary and Levant, 1757, Second edition, 4to. contemporary calf (upper joint cracked) Engraved maps and plates see illustration £500-700 (+Fees*) 593. Robertson, William. History of the Reign of The Emperor Charles V, 1769, 3 vol., 4to, contemporary red morocco gilt, a.e.g. £500-700 (+Fees*)

Lot 596

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Lot 601

600. Perrault, Charles. Les Hommes Illustres, Paris 1696-1700, 2 vol. in one, Folio, near contemporary panelled calf. Engraved portraits see illustration £600-900 (+Fees*)

604. Rossi, Domerico. Studio d’Architecttura Civile, Rome 1702-1711, 2 vols., contemporary calf, one vol. re-backed. Engraved plates see illustration £1500-2000 (+Fees*)

601. Vitruvius Pollio Marcus. Les Dix Livres d’Architecture, Paris 1684, Folio, near contemporary panelled calf. Engraved additional title and plates see illustration £800-1200 (+Fees*)

605. Blackwell, Elizabeth. A Curious Herbal, 1782, 2 vol., folio, contemporary russia (spines crudely repaired). Hand coloured, engraved plates see illustration £8000-10000 (+Fees*)

602. Smith, Adam. Essays on Philosophical Subjects, 1795, 4to, contemporary red calf, lacks spine label see illustration £1000-1200 (+Fees*)

606. Brosses, Charles de. Histoire des Navigations aux Terres Australes, Paris 1756, 4to. 2 vol., contemporary calf gilt folding engraved maps see illustration £2000-3000 (+Fees*)

603. Ludolf, Hiob. New History of Ethiopia, 1682, Folio, contemporary calf. Folding engraved plates £800-1000 (+Fees*)

Lot 605

Lot 602

Lot 604

Lot 606

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Lot 609

Lot 610

Lot 614

607. Outhier, Reginald. Journal d’un Voyage au Nord, Paris 1744, 4to contemporary calf. Folding engraved plates £500-700 (+Fees*)

613. Mortimer, Thomas. The Elements of Commerce, Politics and Finances, 1772, 4to, contemporary calf gilt £400-600 (+Fees*)

608. La Condamine, Charles Marie de. Relation Abregee d’un Voyage dans l’interieur de l’Amerique, Paris 1745, 8vo. cont.calf, folding engraved map bound with Lettre a Madame xxx Sur la Emeute Populaire Excitee En La Ville de Cuenca au Per ou, n.p. 1746. Folding engraved map, contemporary calf £400-600 (+Fees*)

614. Osbeck, Pehr. Voyage to China and the East Indies, 1771, 2 volumes, 8vo, contemporary half calf (joints cracking) see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*)

609. Egan, Pierce. Boxiana, 1812-1829, 5 vol., 8vo, later half-red calf gilt. Engraved plates see illustration £500-800 (+Fees*) 610. Chappe d’Auteroche, Jean. A Voyage to California, 1778, double-page plan of Mexico City, 8vo., contemporary half calf see illustration £400-600 (+Fees*) 611. Montaigne, Michel Eyquem de. Essays, 1685-1686-1685, 3 volumes, 8vo, contemporary calf gilt. 2 Engraved portraits £300-500 (+Fees*) 612. Manstein, Christoph Herman von. Memoirs of Russia, 1770, 4to, contemporary reversed calf (spine worn). Folding engraved maps and plates £300-500 (+Fees*)

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615. Vianoli, Alessandro Maria. Historia Veneta, Venice 1680-1684, 2 volumes, 4to, contemporary panelled calf (spines browned, upper joint of vol 1 cracked). Engraved portraits £300-500 (+Fees*)

619. Horace. Opera (Pine edition), 1773, 2 volumes, contemporary vellum gilt, large 8vo, large paper copy. Engraved frontispiece and text illustrations £600-900 (+Fees*) 620. Pomet, Pierre. History of Druggs, 1712, 2 volumes in one, 4to. contemporary panelled calf. Engraved plates (some spotting) £400-600 (+Fees*) 621. Nicholson, William. Introduction to Natural Philosophy, 1782, 2 volumes, 8vo, contemporary qtr. calf uncut. Folding engraved plates (some spotting) £400-600 (+Fees*)

616. Mackenzie, Roderick. Sketch of the War with Tippoo Sultan, Calcutta: 1793, 2 volumes, 4to, half calf, arms on spines gilt £300-500 (+Fees*)

622. Voltaire, Francois Marie Arouet de. La Pucelle, [Paris] 1789, large 4to, contemporary, painted calf gilt, a.e.g. (some spotting) £500-700 (+Fees*)

617. Paley, William. Principles of Philosophy, 1785, 4to, contemporary diced russia gilt £300-500 (+Fees*)

623. Aristotle. Opera omnia, edited by Du Val, Paris 1654, 4 volumes, folio, cont. russia gilt £500-700 (+Fees*)

618. White, Gilbert. Natural History of Selborne, 1789, 4to, contemporary calf, arms on spines (rubbed). Engraved plates £800-1000 (+Fees*)

624. Portlock, Nathaniel. Abridgement of Portlock and Dixon’s voyage round the world, 1789, 8vo, contemporary half calf. Engraved portrait and folding map (title and frontispiece spotted) £400-600 (+Fees*)

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630. Mellersh, W L. A Treatise on the Birds of Gloucestershire with a reference list of all the birds known to have appeared in the county, John Bellows, Gloucester, 1902 £40-50 (+Fees*)

634. Kingsley, Charles. The Water-Babies, new edition, Macmillan, London 1889 and another copy, illustrated by Ethel F Everett, London, 8vo. cont. half red morocco £20-30 (+Fees*)

631. Playne, Arthur Twisden. A History of the Parishes of Minchinhampton and Avening, John Bellows, Gloucester, 1915 £40-50 (+Fees*)

635. Carroll, Lewis. Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Macmillan and Co, London 1871 and Through the Looking Glass, Macmillan and Co, London 1873, 8vo. orig. cloth £10-20 (+Fees*)

632. The Spectator 8 volumes, printed for C Bathurst etc., London 1775, 8vo. cont. calf, spines gilt £40-60 (+Fees*)

Lot 626

625. Adanson, Michel. Familles des Plantes, Paris 1763, 2 volumes, 8vo, contemporary calf. Folding engraved frontispiece in Vol 1 £300-400 (+Fees*)

633. Thackeray, William Makepeace. Works of, 13 volumes, Smith Elder & Co., London 1892, 8vo. cont. half calf £50-70 (+Fees*)`

636. Gillanders, A T. Forest Entomology, William Blackwood and Sons, Edinburgh and London 1912, School Prize, and nine other leather bound books, 8vo. £50-80 (+Fees*) 637. Atlas to the Topographical Dictionary of England, 1845, 4to, half leather, folding engraved maps, with two others £20-30 (+Fees*)

626. Robin, Claude C. Nouveau Voyage dans l’ Amerique Septentrionale. A Philadelphie Et se trouve à Paris: 1782. 8vo, contemporary calf (spine browned, lacks label) see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*) 627. Portfolio Urbis Romae Sciographia, 8 sheets, around 26 loose views of Venice published by Domenico Louisa (presumably from Il Grand Teatro di Venezia, circa 1700) and other prints see illustration £1000-2000 (+Fees*)

Other Properties 628. British Hunts and Huntsmen, three volumes, Biographical Press 1910 Provenance: Beverston Castle £80-120 (+Fees*) 629. Archive: A collection of Bruton & Knowles auctioneers books 1862 and later, including Toddington House, Barnwood House, etc., Gloucester Cattle Market auctioneers books detailing Christmas livestock markets 1895 and later, a few sale particulars and other catalogues £100-150 (+Fees*)

Lot 627 (part)

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651. Trollope, Anthony. The Last Chronicle of Barset, 2 vols, 1867, half red morocco and another by the same. Illustrated Strickland, Agnes. How Will it End? 3 vols, 1865, half black stained calf [Irving, Washington] The Sketch Book, New Edition, 1826, half maroon morocco (spines faded). With 24 others, mostly literature. 8vo. (33) £250-350 (+Fees*)

Lot 638

638. Fitzgerald, E. trans. Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, illustrated by Edmund J Sullivan, Methuen and Co, London 1913, 4to. orig. red cloth gilt see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*) 639. Malory, Sir Thomas. Morte D’Arthur, 2 volumes, No. 157 of a limited edition of 370 copies, Shakespeare Head Press, Oxford 1933, 4to. half red morocco, teg. (soiled) £150-250 (+Fees*) 640. Bond, J. Quintus Horatius Flaccus, Cum Scholiis Perpetuis, Parisiis 1806 £40-60 (+Fees*) 641. Gatty, Mrs. The Book of Sundials, third and enlarged edition, edited by H K F Eden and Eleanor Lloyd, George Bell and Sons, London 1890, 8vo. orig. cloth (soiled) Text illustrations £30-40 (+Fees*) 642. Greenaway, K. Under the Window, Frederick Warne. n.d. 4to; orig. boards. colour plates £20-30 (+Fees*) 643. Blackmore, Richard Doddridge. Lorna Doone, illustrated by Charles Brittan and Charles Brock, 4to, 1910 and Varley, T. Hampshire, illustrated by Wilfrid Ball, Black, London 1909, 8vo. orig. cloth £15-25 (+Fees*) 644. Buckler, B. Stemmata Chicheleana or a Genealogical Account of Some of the Families Derived from Thomas Chichele, Clarendon Press, London 1765, bookplate Lord Auckland, 4to. cont. calf, engraved frontispiece £60-80 (+Fees*)

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645. Stevenson, Robert Louis. Works 8 volumes, Carlyle, T. Works 15 volumes, Edinburgh Edition and Hope, A. Works 6 volumes, 8vo. leather Hardy, T. Works of Macmillans Pocket Hardy, London 1923, 25 volumes, orig. cloth £30-40 (+Fees*) 646. Thomson, James. The Book of Silchester, 2 volumes, No 131 of a limited edition of 175, signed and dated by the author, Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent and Co., London 1924, 4to. orig. cloth. Plates £40-60 (+Fees*) 647. Shakespeare, William. Complete Works, 40 volumes, No 235 of Editor’s Autograph Edition of 250 sets, George D Sproul, New York 1907, 4to. orig. boards, cloth spines £100-200 (+Fees*) 648. Gray, Thomas. Poems, Eton Leaver’s Book 1925 and three others 1946, 1948 and 1968, all dated and inscribed 4to.; orig. vellum gilt £15-25 (+Fees*)

652. Lubbock, Sir John. Prehistoric Times, fifth Edition, 1890, 2 copies, 8vo. cont. blue morocco gilt, a.e.g. Winchester School prize with arms on upper covers. Chromolithographic plates and other illustrations £80-100 (+Fees*) 653. Fabre, J H. Souvenirs Entomologiques, 10 volumes, Paris 1914 and La Vie, Paris 1915. 8vo. cont. half blue stained calf. Photographic plates £100-150 (+Fees*) 654. Edwards, Lionel. Sketches in Stable and Kennel, 1st edition 1933 with dust jacket, colour plates, mounted £60-80 (+Fees*) 655. Evelyn, John. Silva or a Discourse of Forest-Trees and the Propagation of Timber: Robert Scott, London 1706, Fourth Edition, Folio, cont. panelled calf (some wear) see illustration £200-250 (+Fees*) 656. Richardson, Sir John and others. The Museum of Natural History, 2 volumes, 4to; cont. half calf (rubbed), hand coloured plates £100-150 (+Fees*)

649. Tilley, Joseph. The Old Halls, Manors and Families of Derbyshire, 2 volumes, 1892, with book plate, 4to. orig. cloth and two others £100-150 (+Fees*) 650. Yarrell, William. A History of British Birds, second edition, 3 volumes, 1845, 8vo. cont. half green calf, spines gilt. Text illustrations £100-150 (+Fees*)

Lot 655

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657. Fosbroke, Thomas Dudley. Berkeley Manuscripts 1821, 4to; original boards £60-80 (+Fees*) 658. Rider Haggard, H. Rural England, Longmans Green and with ALS from the Author to Rosebery, two vols 8vo; orig. cloth in slip case, Armorial bookplates of Archibald Philip Primrose Earl of Rosebery £200-300 (+Fees*) 659. Cellini. The Life of Benvenuto Cellini written by himself, edited and translated by John Addington Symonds, with a biographical sketch by the same hand, 2 vols, 8vo, brown levant morocco gilt by J W Meyer & Co., New York 1906 plates £150-250 (+Fees*) 660. Fussell, G E. Old English Farming Books, 1947, 8vo, orig. cloth and five others on agriculture and natural history £40-60 (+Fees*) 661. Pratt, Anne. Flowering Plants Grasses, Sedges and Ferns of Great Britain, 6 vols., Frederick Warne and Co., 8vo; orig. cloth gilt, aeg colour plates £60-80 (+Fees*) 662. Lowe, Edward Joseph. A Natural History of British Grasses, 8vo, orig. cloth, colour plates, 1865 £80-120 (+Fees*)

Lot 665

663. Bewick, Thomas. A History of British Birds, two volumes (I) containing the History and Description of Land Birch; and a supplement with additional figures (II) containing the History and Description of Water Birds; and a Supplement with additional figures, Edward Walker, Newcastle 1821, 2 vols, 8vo, cont. half calf (spines defective), Text illustrations £100-200 (+Fees*)

664. Marshall, William. The Rural Economy of Gloucestershire including Dairy together with Dairy Management in North Wiltshire and Management of Orchards and Fruit Liquor in Herefordshire, G Nichol, 1789 Provenance: Pull Court Library No 2387, Buchley Park book plate, 2 vols, 8vo, cont. calf (spines worn, upper cover of vol I loose) £150-200 (+Fees*) 665. Butler, Charles. The Feminine Monarchie or The Historie of Bees showing their admirable nature and properties, their generation and colonies; their government, loyaltie, art, industrie, enemies, warres magnanimite etc, John Haviland, 1623, small 4to, modern boards, cloth spine see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*) 666. Rusden, Moses. A Full Discovery of Bees, Nathaniel Ranew, 1687, small 8vo, cont. calf boards, engraved frontispiece, folding plate (defective), browning £200-300 (+Fees*)

Lot 667

667. Purchas, Samuel. A Theatre of Political Flying Insects wherin especially the nature, the worth, the work, the wonder and the manner of right ordering of the bee, 15 observations physical concerning them, RI for Thomas Parkhurst, London 1657, small 4to, old calf (rebacked), lacks longitudinal table see illustration £250-350 (+Fees*)

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Lot 671

668. Ballard, Stephen. Treatise on Nature of Trees and the Pruning of Timber Trees: showing the Impossibility of Increasing the Quantity of Timber by Pruning, printed and sold by Thomas Word, Ledbury 1833, orig. boards (lacks backstrip) £100-150 (+Fees*) 669. Appert, M. The Art of Preserving, 8vo, cloth, 1812, Ernest Ridley Debenham Book Plate, folding engraved frontispiece (spotted) £100-150 (+Fees*)

670. Armstrong, Sydney Frederick. British Grasses and their employment in agriculture, 1919, 8vo, orig. cloth with 2 others; Pratt, A. The Flowering Plants, Grasses, Sedges and Ferns of Great Britain, volume I, Frederick Warne and Co., London and Stephens, H. The Book of the Farm £30-50 (+Fees*) 671. Worlidge, John. Vinetum Britannicum, or A Treatise of Cider and Other Wines extracted from Fruits growing in this Kingdom: with the method of Propagating all sorts of vinous fruit-trees: printed for Thomas Dring 1678, 8vo; modern tan morocco, a.e.g. engraved plates see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*) 672. Atkyns, Sir Robert. The Ancient and Present State of Gloucestershire, Second Edition. 1712. Folio, cont. calf. Engraved double page map and plates see illustration £1500-2000 (+Fees*) 673. Cervantes, M de. La Galatea, published Madrid 1772, 4to, bound in original vellum (soiled) £120-180 (+Fees*)

674. Smyth, John of Nibley: The Berkeley Manuscripts Proof Copy of Vols II and III with corrections by Sir John MacLean Editor, bound together 4to, half reversed calf, Bristol & Glos Archaeological Society, Gloucester, 1883 £100-150 (+Fees*) 675. The Patriot, A Tragedy, London printed for Shepperson and Reynolds, quarter calf with marbled boards £60-80 (+Fees*) 676. Beattie (J) Scoticisms, Arranged in Alphabetical Order, Designed to Correct Improprieties of Free Speech and Writing, Edinburgh 1787, bookplate of J R P Forrest, full calf £70-100 (+Fees*) 677. Simpson (C) A Compendium of Practical Musick, London 1667 £150-200 (+Fees*) 678. The Spectator, 8 vols, Edinburgh 1776, calf bindings (two renewed) and a quantity of late 17th and Early 19th Century volumes, mostly leather bound £80-120 (+Fees*) 679. Sundry leather bound volumes £40-60 (+Fees*)

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Stamps & Postcards 686. Queen Elizabeth II, Channel Islands definitive issues, first day covers etc., twelve albums, approximately one hundred first day covers in two albums, a few air-mail and US first day covers in two albums and approximately ninety loose first day covers £40-60 (+Fees*) 687. All World old time accumulation in six volumes with early mint used blocks, more interesting Great Britain including 1840. 1d black British Empire with Ceylon (thousands) £200-250 (+Fees*)

Lot 680

680. A letter from Queen Charlotte addressed to close friend Lady Courtown, signed Windsor, 19 June 1788. The contents of the letter concern the King and Queen’s upcoming visit to Cheltenham wherein she asks that the three pews are hired at the local church in order for the royal party to ‘appear like Christians and make a good impression upon those who are there’, the subsequent visit of Queen Charlotte and King George III took place on 12th July 1788. Despite Cheltenham being established as a spa in the 1720’s, it is this royal visit that is often attributed to its success as a major spa town Provenance: Sotheby’s R E D Rawlins Collection Sale, 2nd-4th June 1980, Lot 116 see illustration £500-700 (+Fees*)

Lot 682

681. Deering, George Charles. Catalogus Stirpium, or a Catalogue of Plants, Nottingham 1738, 8vo., cont. calf (worn, upper cover detached £50-70 (+Fees*) 682. Luther, Martin. A Commentarie....upon the Epistle of S. Paul to the Galatians. Thomas Vautrillier, 1577. 8vo., raised panelled calf (rebacked) Black letter, Woodcut device on title, joints repaired) see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*)

688. Two postcard albums, including R P examples, Coniston Foxhounds, Lake District, Bude, Dartmoor Ponies, Lynmouth, Shipping, Chateau de Beaufort (Chambre des Tortures), Longleat, Chedworth Roman Villa, Chatsworth, Tewkesbury, Bristol Zoo, locomotives, Chester, Beaulieu, Whitby, York, Haworth (Brontë), Ripon etc., approximately 400 £60-80 (+Fees*) 689. GB KGV - QEII Accumulation with a good range of cylinder blocks (hundreds) £30-40 (+Fees*)

683. Cole, R. Rental of all the Houses in Gloucester A.D. 1455, published John Bellows, Gloucester 1890, limited edition 193/250, bound in leather £40-60 (+Fees*) 684. Moser, A. Johannes Joachim, three volumes (1842-1857/1858-1868/ 1869-1907), published Julius Bard, Berlin 1911-1913, no.52 in gilt tooled vellum binding £150-200 (+Fees*)

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697. 18th Century Dutch School DUCK SHOOTING ON A RIVER indistinctly signed lower right oil on canvas, 48.5cm x 68cm £600-800 (+Fees*) 698. Paolo De Matteis (Italian 1662-1728) ST PETER REPENTING THE DENIAL OF CHRIST inscribed verso oil on canvas, 41cm x 45cm £800-1200 (+Fees*) 699. 18th Century Italian School THE HOLY FAMILY WITH CHERUBS oil on canvas, 68cm x 51cm see illustration £800-1200 (+Fees*) 700. After Lopez Portana Vicente KING FERDINAND VII OF SPAIN half-length, wearing a red uniform with gilded border oil on canvas, 49cm x 88cm £500-700 (+Fees*)

Lot 699

Oil Paintings 690. 20th Century Chinese School SAMPAN ON A RIVER BY COTTAGES indistinctly signed oil on canvas, 45cm x 60cm £40-60 (+Fees*) 691. After George Morland THE COTTAGE DOOR oil on canvas, 46cm x 59cm £100-150 (+Fees*)

695. 19th Century English School STILL LIFE OF FRUIT oil on canvas, 34cm x 43cm £150-180 (+Fees*)

701. 18th Century French School ECCE AGNUS DEI putto, cherubs and a lamb indistinctly inscribed on the reverse oval oil on canvas, 51cm x 45cm in a contemporary gilt frame with floral spandrels see illustration £400-600 (+Fees*)

696. 19th Century English School LANDSCAPE oil on canvas, 76cm x 63.5cm £60-80 (+Fees*)

692. William Williams of Plymouth (British 1808-1895) LANDSCAPE oil on board, 19cm x 34cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 693. XX PORTRAIT OF A BULLMASTIFF signed oil on canvas, 56cm x 47cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 694. Follower of David Teniers FAMILY IN AN INTERIOR oil on panel, 23cm x 19cm £200-250 (+Fees*) Lot 701

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Lot 712

702. Attributed to John Downman GENTLEMAN SEATED BENEATH A TREE half-length portrait, reading manuscript music oil on paper laid to board, 28cm x 24cm see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*)

703. 17th Century Continental School RABBI half-length portrait, seated holding a book oil on canvas, 53cm x 49cm £300-400 (+Fees*) 704. Early 19th Century English School HALF-LENGTH PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN oil on canvas laid to panel, 35cm x 27cm £150-200 (+Fees*) 705. Early 19th Century English School after Reynolds BUST PORTRAIT OF YOUNG SAMUEL, FACING RIGHT

oil on canvas, 30.5cm x 27cm £50-70 (+Fees*) 706. No lot 707. Gosling VASE OF FLOWERS oil on panel, 30cm x 34cm £30-40 (+Fees*)

Lot 702

708. 19th Century English School SUNSET OVER A CORNFIELD, KENT label verso bearing title oil on board, 17cm x 29cm £150-200 (+Fees*) 709. 20th Century English School PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG ARMY OFFICER oil on canvas board, 38.5cm x 28cm £80-120 (+Fees*) 710. Edward Steel Harper RBSA (British 1878-1951) RHINOG FAWR, NORTH WALES label verso bearing date September 1927, address of artist and inventory number oil on board, 30cm x 45cm £300-400 (+Fees*) 711. 19th Century English School COTTAGE WITH HAY WAGON bears signature W Shayer oil on board, 25cm x 17cm £150-200 (+Fees*) 712. John Arnold Wheeler (British 1821-1903) THE DUKE OF BEAUFORT RIDING TO HOUNDS signed and dated Bath 1860 oil on canvas, 65.5cm x 94.5cm see illustration £800-1200 (+Fees*)

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Lot 713

713. Circle of William Owen (1769-1825) THE MISS INGRAMS full length portrait of two young ladies dressed in white, one seated sketching a country house, the other standing beside her, in a wooded landscape with the sun setting over a town in the distance oil on canvas 153cm x 129cm Note: Milborough and Frances Elizabeth Ingram were daughters of the Rev James Ingram, rector of Burford, Salop. see illustration ÂŁ3000-5000 (+Fees*)

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Lot 715

714. Late 19th Century/early 20th Century English School VIEW OF WARWICK CASTLE FROM THE RIVER AVON oil on canvas, 49cm x 74cm £300-400 (+Fees*) 715. Bertram Rowland (19th/20th Century) REX portrait of a bay hunter and a terrier in a stable signed and dated 1913 lower right, inscribed “Rex” to the stretcher oil on canvas, 35cm x 40cm see illustration £250-350 (+Fees*) 716. Bertram Rowland (19th/20th Century) KILKENNY portrait of a chestnut hunter in a stable signed and dated 1913 lower right, inscribed “Kilkenny” to the stretcher oil on canvas, 35cm x 40cm £250-350 (+Fees*)

717. Follower of William Adolphus Knell (British 1805-1875) FISHING IN THE CHANNEL a pair each bearing initials W A K oil on canvas, 29.5cm x 23.5cm £200-300 (+Fees*) 718. George Wells (British 1842-1888) LANDSCAPE oil on board, 14cm x 19cm and Lobefaro FISHING BOATS oil on board, 12cm x 17.5cm £70-90 (+Fees*) 719. Oliver Clare (British 1853-1927) STILL LIFE WITH GRAPES AND FLOWERS a pair signed lower right oil on canvas, 28.5cm x 39cm £200-300 (+Fees*) 720. Late 18th Century English School PASTORAL SCENE oil on canvas, 61cm x 74cm in a George III carved giltwood frame £400-600 (+Fees*)

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Lot 721

721. Circle of Sir Peter Lely (1618-1680) PORTRAIT OF A NOBLEMAN IN ARMOUR half length, a fleet in the distance oil on canvas, 94cm x 81.5cm Provenance: Airth Castle House Sale, Stirling, 1971 Note: An old label verso identifies the sitter as King James VII when High Admiral of England. A more recent label states that the National Gallery of Scotland identified the sitter as John Graham of Claverhouse, Viscount Dundee (1647-1689) see illustration ÂŁ1500-2000 (+Fees*)

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Lot 722

722. F Randall (British 19th Century) MAN WITH PONY, TRAP AND WHIPPET signed and dated 1851 oil on canvas, 49cm x 59cm in a birdseye maple frame see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*)

Lot 726

723. Henry Yarwood (British 19th Century) GENTLEMAN HOLDING A SADDLED HORSE IN A STABLE oil on canvas, 59.5cm x 73.5cm £300-500 (+Fees*) 724. 19th Century School CATTLE AND GOAT IN A BARN oil on canvas, 49cm x 59cm £200-300 (+Fees*) Lot 727 (part)

725. Borofsky RABBITS EATING CABBAGE oil on canvas, 45cm x 60cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 726. Thomas Watson Gill (1854-1934) COMING HOME FROM THE FIELDS Ludlow in the distance oil on canvas, 125cm x 215cm see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*) 727. William Williams of Plymouth (1808-1895) ON THE OKEMENT, DEVON ON THE LYD, DEVON a pair signed and dated 1880 oil on canvas, 59cm x 89.5cm see illustration £3000-5000 (+Fees*)

Lot 728

728. James Freeman (British 19th Century) TWO NAIVE CATTLE dated 1862 oil on canvas, 45.5cm x 89.5cm in a simulated rosewood frame see illustration £800-1200 (+Fees*)

729. F T 1921 FOUR NAMED CARTHORSES oil on canvas, 24cm x 29.5cm £300-500 (+Fees*)

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Lot 730

730. Mid 19th Century English School NAIVE STUDY OF A BULL oil on canvas, 49cm x 59cm see illustration £1500-2000 (+Fees*) 731. E G W 1845 BULL IN A LANDSCAPE oil on panel, 24cm x 31cm £200-300 (+Fees*)

734. Thomas Henshaw LURCHER oil on panel, 21cm x 25.5cm and Thomas Cox A PIG oil on panel £80-120 (+Fees*)

735. 19th Century Naive English School SHORTHORN COW IN A BARN oil on canvas, 42cm x 60.5cm £200-300 (+Fees*) 736. Thomas G Targett (British 19th Century) TROUT ON A RIVERBANK oil on canvas, 34cm x 60cm see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*)

732. English Naive School LONGHORN BULL IN A LANDSCAPE oil on panel, 36cm x 48cm £200-300 (+Fees*) 733. D.D. CANONBURY HOUSE, ISLINGTON initialled and inscribed oil on canvas, 38.5cm x 43.5cm and four watercolours £40-60 (+Fees*)

Lot 736

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Lot 742

737. Naive School CAT, MOUSE AND FOOD oil on canvas, 48.5cm x 59.5cm £300-500 (+Fees*) 738. 20th Century Naive School ROOSTER, HEN AND CHICKS oil on panel, 23.5cm x 29cm and four other primitive style pictures £60-80 (+Fees*) 739. A naive reverse glass painting SHEEP IN A FARMYARD 39cm x 60cm £40-60 (+Fees*) 740. Sidney Wales White (British 1870-1945) THE LIME AVENUE, SOUTH ORMESBY, LINCS signed and dated ‘94 oil on canvas, 44.5cm x 59cm £100-150 (+Fees*)

741. E C R Browne STANLEY a stabled hunter signed and dated 1960 oil on canvas, 48.5cm x 59cm Provenance: Beverston Castle £100-150 (+Fees*) 742. Attributed to William Henry Haines (British 1812-1886) THE PALAZZO CA’D’ORO, VENICE oil on canvas, 100cm x 60cm see illustration £2000-3000 (+Fees*) 743. James Aumonier (1832-1911) FARMYARD SCENE figures and chickens by a haybarn signed lower left J Aumonier oil on board, 19.5cm x 27cm Provenance: Hambledon Fine Arts, purchased 2000 £150-200 (+Fees*)

744. Charles John Watson (1846-1927) TROWSE, NORFOLK figure in a country lane with poplars, a village beyond inscribed, dated and initialled lower left: Trowse October 1876 CJW oil on board, 18.75cm x 26.5cm £70-90 (+Fees*) 745. Henry John Kinnaird (1861-1929) OLD MILL ON THE CHELMER, ESSEX signed lower left H J Kinnaird inscribed verso oil on canvas, 45.5cm x 81cm Provenance: Guildhall Gallery, purchased 1983 £400-600 (+Fees*)

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Lot 746

746. Alfred Fitzwalter Grace (1844-1903) THE VILLAGE BLACKSMITH figures and cottages at dusk signed verso and inscribed with a verse from Longfellow’s poem The Village Blacksmith: Toiling-rejoicing-sorrowing, onward through life he goes Each morning sees some task begin Each evening sees it close Something attempted, something done Has earned a night’s repose oil on canvas, 39.5cm x 73cm see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*)

747. Arthur Wardle (British 1860-1949) WAITING FOR THE GUNS study of four English setters oil on canvas, 44cm x 60cm see illustration £4000-6000 (+Fees*)

748. William Dommerson (British 1850-1927) SHEPHERD AND SHEEP by the water’s edge at sunset signed bottom right The Rowley Gallery label verso oil on canvas, 49cm x 74.5cm £300-400 (+Fees*)

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Lot 749

749. Circle of Peter Tillemans (Flemish 1684-1734) ESTUARY SCENE sailing vessels and a gilded carriage in the foreground unsigned oil on canvas, 46.5cm x 92cm see illustration £1000-1500 (+Fees*)

750. The monogrammist C. DH (act. 1630-1665) STILL LIFE OF FLOWERS ON A STONE LEDGE oil on canvas, 70cm x 136cm Provenance: from a Welsh country house see illustration £4000-6000 (+Fees*)

Lot 750

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Drawings & Watercolours 755. 19th Century English School COUNTRY HOUSE inscribed Horningham 1832 pencil, 15cm x 27cm together with a Japanese watercolour of Mount Fuji and two prints £50-70 (+Fees*)

763. Early 19th Century English School FISHERMAN LEANING AGAINST A TREE with house beyond watercolour, 16.5cm x 22cm £30-40 (+Fees*) 764. IDH MIGHT VERSUS RIGHT initialled, inscribed and dated 1891 watercolour, 22.5cm x 32.5cm £50-70 (+Fees*)

756. F A Stanley SOUTHAM signed and dated 1879 watercolour, 18cm x 27cm £80-120 (+Fees*)

765. J Wolfe ROE DEER pencil, 17.5cm x 19.5cm £40-60 (+Fees*)

757. Llewellyn Menzies-Jones SCHOOL HOUSE dated 1931 pencil drawing, 25cm x 38cm £80-120 (+Fees*)

766. Henry Bunbury (British 1750-1811) THE DAUGHTERS OF SIR WATKINS WILLIAMS WYNN standing in a landscape inscribed on the reverse watercolour, 15cm x 22.5cm £150-200 (+Fees*)

758.ARR Susan Horsfield (British, born 1928) SHOREHAM, KENT view of a country house through trees signed and dated ‘83 pastel, 51cm x 71cm £60-80 (+Fees*) 759. Early 20th Century English School STREET SCENE WITH COTTAGES watercolour, 37cm x 26.5cm £60-80 (+Fees*) 760. Miles Birket Foster (British 1825-1899) LANDSCAPE watercolour, 13cm x 17cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 761. Early 19th Century English School MR BEAME MRS BEAME a pair of three-quarter length portraits, both seated charcoal, 24.5cm x 19cm £50-70 (+Fees*) 762. Late 18th Century English School BOWBRIDGE, ESSEX fishermen on the river watercolour, 26.5cm x 39.9cm £30-40 (+Fees*)

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767. Late 18th Century English School JAMES ROWE bust portrait, wearing a white stock and brown coat pastel, 55.5cm x 43cm £150-200 (+Fees*) 768. A late Regency album containing script, Lepidoptera and other sketches, many dated £80-120 (+Fees*) 769. Hey Jennings ORB mixed media on paper, 78cm x 132cm and a macabre Indian hunting scene £80-120 (+Fees*) 770. M Thein Pe (Burmese 20th Century) MANDALAY PALACE MOAT a pair signed and dated 1933 watercolour, 26cm x 42cm £180-220 (+Fees*) 771. Korean School, late 19th Century WHITE PEACOCK AMID PEONY BLOOMS watercolour, 90cm x 47cm £60-80 (+Fees*)

772. J Gibbs (19th Century) FISHING BY LAKE signed and dated 1835 watercolour, 21.5cm x 33cm and Timothy Phillip Craig CHILDREN BY A COTTAGE signed lower left watercolour, 20cm x 15cm £70-100 (+Fees*) 773.ARR Roland Green (British 1896-1972) MALLARDS IN FLIGHT OVER MARSHLAND signed lower right watercolour, 36cm x 48cm £60-80 (+Fees*) 774. Attributed to Rolinda Sharples (British 1794-1838) A FAMILY GROUP OF SIX OVAL PORTRAITS pastel, 24.5cm x 19.5cm Note: One labelled verso ‘By Miss Sharples of Bath’ see illustration £800-1200 (+Fees*) 775. Michael Prokopovitch (c. 1850-1925) CATS watercolour, 26.5cm x 35cm and another £80-120 (+Fees*) 776.ARR Salliann Putman WILD FLOWERS signed watercolour, 38cm x 44cm; and Kenneth William Jones (born 1942) VIEW FOR NAPOLEON oval watercolour and ink, 14cm x 19.5cm Exhibited: Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 1995 £60-80 (+Fees*) 777. Tim Havers (20th Century British) BROWN TROUT TAKING AN IRON BLUE watercolour, 24cm x 34cm and two drypoint etchings depicting fishermen, by Henry Wilkinson £60-80 (+Fees*) 778. James Lawson Stewart (British fl. 1883-1889) REMAINS OF BEVERSTON CASTLE signed watercolour, 48cm x 74cm Provenance: Beverston Castle see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*)

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Lot 778

779. Robert Baden Powell (1857-1951) SKETCHES DEPICTING FAVOURITE STUDY, IDEA OF HAPPINESS, FAVOURITE ANIMALS ETC. signed watercolour over ink, 14.5cm x 23.5cm and the same sketch by four others including R Reveley Mitford, GS Traherne and Fritz von Kleudgen (5) Provenance: Beverston Castle see illustration £300-400 (+Fees*)

780.ARR Claude Muncaster (British 1903-1974) SHIPS set of four watercolour, 23cm x 35cm £150-200 (+Fees*)

781. Ernest Parkman (1856-1921) VIEW OF MALMESBURY signed and inscribed watercolour, 29.5cm x 45cm and two views of churches by the same £20-30 (+Fees*)

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Portrait Miniatures Ombersley Court 786. ◆ Delhi School PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF AN INDIAN PRINCE watercolour on ivory, 4cm x 3.5cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 787. Cornelius Johnson PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A GENTLEMAN oil on copper, 5.5cm x 4.2cm see illustration £2000-3000 (+Fees*) 788. ◆ 19th Century English School PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A GENTLEMAN watercolour and bodycolour on ivory, 6cm x 5cm £400-600 (+Fees*)

Lot 787 Lot 789

789. ◆ Miss Jones, after Vigee Le Brun PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF THE DUCHESSE DE GUICHE circular watercolour on ivory, 7cm diameter see illustration £500-700 (+Fees*) 790. John Hoskins PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A LADY circa 1635 signed in gold, centre right watercolour and bodycolour on vellum, 5.3cm x 4.3cm see illustration £6000-8000 (+Fees*) 791. English School PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A GENTLEMAN enamel, 4.5cm x 4cm in enamel case decorated with a cypher and dated 1708 see illustration £500-700 (+Fees*) 792. ◆ Miss Jones after Andre-Leon Larue PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTE (1769-1821) watercolour on ivory, 6cm x 4cm £400-600 (+Fees*) 793. Attributed to Peter Crosse (?-1724) PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF SAMUEL BUTLER (1613-1680) bust length, wearing a lace jabot bodycolour on vellum, 8.5cm x 6.5cm Note: Another version is in the Buccleuch Collection, erroneously attributed to Samuel Cooper see illustration £2000-3000 (+Fees*)

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796. ◆ 19th Century Continental School A group of five miniatures, including works after Guido Reni and Raphael, some on ivory, 13cm x 10cm and smaller (5) £1000-1500 (+Fees*) 797. ◆ Anne Mee (1770/5-1851) PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A LADY bust length, wearing a white bonnet and dress watercolour on ivory, 6.5cm x 5cm in a gilt metal frame £200-300 (+Fees*)

Lot 791

794. ◆ Late 18th Century School PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF AGLAÉ DE POLIGNAC AS A CHILD bust length, wearing a white lace bonnet watercolour on ivory, 4.5cm x 3.8cm in a gilt metal frame with coronet surmount and woven hair panel to reverse £400-600 (+Fees*)

Lot 793

795. ◆ Attributed to Bernard Lens (1681-1740) PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS bust length, wearing a black coat with white fur trim inscribed Maria Regina Scotorum watercolour on ivory, 5.7cm x 8cm see illustration £500-700 (+Fees*)

798. ◆ English School circa 1820 PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A LADY half length, her hair elaborately arranged and wearing a blue dress and yellow shawl watercolour on ivory, 10cm x 7.5cm in a red leather case £300-500 (+Fees*) 799. ◆ Florence Seth (1908-1937) PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF MISS WINDELER bust length, wearing a pearl necklace and white dress oval watercolour on ivory, 7.5cm x 6cm Note: Exhibited RA Summer Exhibition 1934 no. 1082 £150-200 (+Fees*)

Lot 795

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Lot 801 800. ◆ English School circa 1820 PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF AN OFFICER bust length, in uniform and the companion portrait of a lady in a white hat and blue dress oval watercolours on ivory 6.5cm x 5cm in a folding leather case £300-500 (+Fees*) 801. ◆ Charlotte Jones (1768-1847) PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF CAROLINE, PRINCESS OF WALES (1768-1821) watercolour on ivory, 8cm x 6.5cm in a gilt metal frame, inscribed verso see illustration £400-600 (+Fees*)

Lot 802

804. ◆ English School, circa 1800 PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A GENTLEMAN half-length, wearing a blue coat oval watercolour on ivory with yellow metal back, 5.5cm x 4.5cm Note: bears label ‘Admiral Broke of the Shannon, fought the Chesapeake June 1st 1813’ see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*)

805. 18th Century English School PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A BEWIGGED GENTLEMAN half-length, wearing an embroidered waistcoat and green coat oval watercolour, 4.5cm x 3.5cm in a paste set frame mounted as a buckle and a portrait miniature depicting a lady in a white dress and another depicting a gentleman in a blue coat with a scene of Hope and her anchor to the reverse with motto ‘True Affection Strengthens by Time’ £400-600 (+Fees*)

802. ◆ Johann George Paul Fischer (1786-1875) PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF FREDERICK, DUKE OF YORK (1763-1827) half-length in uniform initialled watercolour on ivory, 11cm x 8cm in a gilt metal frame see illustration £500-700 (+Fees*)

Other Properties 803. ◆ Late 18th Century School PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A LADY wearing a blue dress with lace trim watercolour on ivory, tondo, 7.5cm diameter and a small coromandel box, the hinged cover inset with a portrait miniature of a child, 6.5cm wide Provenance: Beverston Castle £200-300 (+Fees*)

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Lot 823

Prints & Maps 810. Gloucester Old Market, Barton Fair 1886, albumen print, 19cm x 46cm, Henry Knowles selling at Gloucester cattle market, circa 1870 and a photograph of Thomas Oldaker Huntsman of the Berkeley Hounds, sold by G Norman Bruton at Oldbury Stonehouse 18th September 1925 £60-80 (+Fees*) 811. After Robert Morden DARBYSHIRE coloured engraved map, 37.5cm x 44cm £60-80 (+Fees*) 812. C R Stock COCK FIGHTING six prints, each 21cm x 24cm and four other prints £60-80 (+Fees*) 813. 19th Century WILLIAM PILKINGTON JP DL half-length portrait, founder of Pilkington Bros, St Helens painted photograph, 25cm x 21cm £30-40 (+Fees*) 814. Bouquet after Turpin and others NINE FLORAL PRINTS £80-120 (+Fees*)

815. C & J Greenwood A MAP OF THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER LONDON 1824 a large decorative folding map of the county with a large vignette of Gloucester Cathedral, printed over six conjoined sheets measuring 144cm x 127cm overall, uncoloured, in a calf slip case, book plate Will Clegram £300-400 (+Fees*) 816. Arthur Causton A MAP OF THE CITY AND BOROUGH OF GLOUCESTER 1843 printed paper on linen panel cloth covers £200-300 (+Fees*) 817. Leopold Lowenstein (1842-1898) THE SIESTA after Sir Lawrence Alma Tadema (1896-1912) signed by the artist and engraver, blind stamp lower left etching, 23cm x 48cm Note: with a copy letter (verso) from Alma Tadema’s secretary to H.A. Thompson 1909 £100-150 (+Fees*) 818. Robert Samuel Marcuard (1751-1792) after Giovanni Battista Cipriani (1787-1785) ALLEGORICAL SCENES a pair stipple engravings, 20cm diameter £80-120 (+Fees*)

819. Ebenezer Newman Downard (British act. 1849-1889) ROMEO AND JULIET print, 25cm x 20cm and four other prints, various £30-50 (+Fees*) 820. Patzi Craven FOUR BOTANICAL STUDIES limited edition printed on silk, 34.5cm x 42.5cm £30-50 (+Fees*) 821. Smith After George Morland RABBITS engraving, 53cm x 63cm in a birdseye maple frame £60-80 (+Fees*) 822. By and after Henry Alken SYMPTOMS thirty-one coloured engravings framed as nine Provenance: Beverston Castle £200-300 (+Fees*) 823. Giller after Barraud THE MEET AT BADMINTON coloured engraving, 56cm x 82cm Provenance: Beverston Castle see illustration £100-150 (+Fees*)

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Works of Art 830. Thomas Woolner RA PRB (British 1825-1892) A BRONZE BUST OF SIR JOHN SIMEON (1815-1870) 3RD BARONET signed and dated 1872 72cm high £600-800 (+Fees*) 831. ◆ A fine 18th Century carved ivory candlestick of Rococo style, carved with putto mask heads, C scrolls and acanthus, with later brass nozzle and finial of Cupid with crossbow and game, 30.5cm high see illustration £700-900 (+Fees*) 832. ◆ A 19th Century carved ivory figure of a peasant playing a pipe, 14cm high and another carved ivory figure of a courtier, 11cm high £60-80 (+Fees*) 833. ◆ A French carved ivory figure of a child drinking water poured by a man, 21cm high on a rosewood stand £150-200 (+Fees*) 834. ◆ An ivory cased thermometer in the form of a minaret with engraved centigrade and fahrenheit gauge on a hardwood stand, 21.5cm high and another, 16cm high £60-80 (+Fees*) 835. ◆ A 18th Century French carved ivory oval plaque with figures on a terrace, 9.5cm wide and another ivory relief panel, figures in a tavern interior £100-150 (+Fees*) 836. ◆ A carved ivory relief, emblem of Victory with easel support and an ivory and ebony Bezique marker £30-40 (+Fees*)

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Lot 831 837. Henry Richard Hope Pinker (British 1849-1927) MARBLE BUST OF THE RIGHT HON. W H SMITH MP signed and dated 1892 the bust 70cm high, on a mottled marble column Provenance: The W H Smith Archive see illustration £1500-2000 (+Fees*) 838. A carved oak panel with central figures within a scrolling surround, cherubs to the top corners, 31cm x 31cm £60-80 (+Fees*) 839. A 19th Century Continental gilt metal ink stand and pen tray set semi-precious stones and an oval of Mary with the Christ Child, 18cm wide Provenance: Beverston Castle see illustration £300-400 (+Fees*)

Lot 837 840. A 19th Century gilt brass dressing box with oval pietra dura panel to the cover, fitted four glass cologne bottles, 19cm wide Provenance: Beverston Castle see illustration £250-350 841. A German bronzed figure of a rifleman, early 20th Century, on a square plinth, indistinctly inscribed beneath, 28cm high Provenance: Beverston Castle £60-80 (+Fees*)

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851. A walnut cased Vienna style regulator, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, 88cm high £70-100 (+Fees*)

846. A late 18th Century thirty-hour oak longcase clock, Thomas Hillier, Frome, the brass dial with silver chapter ring, the hood with turned columns to the sides and plain rectangular trunk £300-400 (+Fees*)

852. A French gilt metal cased mantel clock, surmounted by a figure of a horseman in 17th Century dress, the white enameled dial with Roman numerals, 47cm high and a pair of patinated spelter vases on circular plinths, 22cm high £150-200 (+Fees*)

847. A holosteric barometer in a brass case, 7cm diameter, in a fitted leather case £120-150 (+Fees*) 848. A Cartier alarm clock, the oval dial with Roman numerals signed Cartier Paris within a blue enamel frame on an easel support, 9cm high, in original box with paperwork £120-180 (+Fees*) 849. A walnut cased longcase clock, the arch dial signed Brandreth, Middlewich and with moon phase and date aperture, approximately 244cm high to the top of the central finial see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*) 850. A gilt brass cased carriage clock, the white enamel dial with subsidiary dial, 14cm high with handle up £50-70 (+Fees*)

853. A French carriage clock, Edward & Sons, Paris, with beaded and enamelled decoration of birds, movement stamped, EM & Co, repeat mechanism Provenance: Beverston Castle see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*) 854. A travel clock, barometer and thermometer by Jaeger-LeCoultre, in folding pig skin case, the clock with eight-day movement and date apertures, the clock case numbered 104184, outer case initialled A.L.R and dated 1953 1963, 12.5cm x 16cm and various other folding bedside clocks Provenance: Beverston Castle £100-150 (+Fees*)

Lot 849

Clocks & Barometers 845. An Edwardian mahogany eight-day alarm mantel clock, in a balloon shaped case inlaid an oval patera, on brass ball feet, 19cm high £100-150 (+Fees*)

Lot 853

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862. ◆ A carved ivory brisé fan with pierced stylised design and end sticks, another pierced ovals and with central cartouche and a framed ivory brisé fan decorated pagodas, flowers and foliage £150-200 (+Fees*)

Textiles & Costume

863. ◆ A 19th Century fan with pierced ivory sticks and printed scenes of figures in a garden landscape, three other fans and a small ivory box with printed decoration £80-120 (+Fees*) 864. A Georgian silk and needlework picture of the Nativity, in a rosewood frame, 43cm x 59.5cm £120-150 (+Fees*) 865. A needlework sampler, Margaret and Jane Berry’s work, Sept 12th 1844, 53cm x 42.5cm, in a rosewood frame £150-200 (+Fees*) 866. A needlework picture of a flower seller, 31cm x 25cm, a sampler depicting a parrot and another sampler £120-180 (+Fees*) 867. A pair of needlework pictures of a Rooster and Hen, 39.5cm x 39.5cm in birdseye maple frames and a needlework picture of a recumbent spaniel £100-150 (+Fees*)

Lot 860 860. ◆ A black lace parasol, the ivory handle carved grapes and vines, a silk parasol with carved ivory finial in the form of a dog’s head with gilt metal and turquoise jewelled mounted handle and another see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*)

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861. ◆ Seven parasols with ivory handles £150-200 (+Fees*)

868. Two pairs of kelim covered cushions and two other cushions £40-60 (+Fees*) 869. Eight modern needlework cushions, three depicting cats £40-60 (+Fees*)

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890. A mahogany and gilded wood two-tier étagère with Rococo type handles, 77cm wide £200-300 (+Fees*)

Furniture Beverston Castle 875. An upholstered two-seater sofa covered in pink damask, 137cm wide £80-120 (+Fees*)

891. A 19th Century walnut and parquetry table with sunburst top on a turned column and tripod support, 59cm diameter £400-600 (+Fees*)

876. Three upholstered armchairs covered in berry printed material £200-250 (+Fees*)

892. A Victorian button back chair on turned front legs £80-120 (+Fees*)

877. An elm form (stool) on splay supports, 176cm wide £150-200 (+Fees*) 878. A stick back chair with elm seat on turned legs £80-100 (+Fees*)

893. A Victorian oval breakfast table on a carved column and tripod support, 137.5cm wide £60-80 (+Fees*) Lot 888

879. An oak table on spiral turned legs and X shaped stretcher, 75cm £150-200 (+Fees*)

883. A mahogany towel rail on splay feet £60-80 (+Fees*)

880. An upholstered stool on baluster turned legs, 54cm wide £50-60 (+Fees*)

884. A Victorian button back chair on turned legs £80-120 (+Fees*)

881. Three limed oak cupboards, various £80-100 (+Fees*)

885. A George IV mahogany table fitted two drawers on square taper legs, 107cm wide £200-250 (+Fees*)

882. A mahogany Pembroke table of serpentine outline on moulded taper legs, 97cm wide see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*)

894. A mahogany bureau with cupboard under, 78cm wide £80-120 (+Fees*) 895. A late 18th Century oak chest of three long and two short drawers, on bracket feet, 86cm wide £200-300 (+Fees*)

886. A small oak bureau with four drawers on bracket feet, 61cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*) 887. A child’s stick back chair with elm seat £100-150 (+Fees*) 888. A late 19th Century gilt metal kingwood and satinwood table, the top inlaid castle ruins in a parkland landscape with floral frieze and platform, 63cm wide see illustration £800-1200 (+Fees*) 889. A kingwood and parquetry gilt mounted table with cubed top fitted a drawer on shaped square section cabriole legs, 53cm wide see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*)

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896. An early 19th Century oak box with handles to the sides, 65cm high see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*) 897. A folding boot pull £60-80 (+Fees*) 898. An early 20th century mahogany pedestal desk, 138cm wide £150-200 (+Fees*) 899. An 18th Century style corner chair and an elbow chair £60-80 (+Fees*)

Other Properties 900. A George III mahogany serpentine sideboard with rosewood crossbanding and boxwood lines, 152.5cm wide Provenance: Ombersley Court see illustration £700-1000 (+Fees*)

Lot 896

901. A reconstituted stone horse trough form sink, with large metal rings to the front, on end plinth supports, 171cm wide £250-350 (+Fees*)

Lot 900

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907. A Victorian mahogany extending dining table with one leaf and winder, on cabriole legs, 150cm wide overall, 76cm high £60-80 (+Fees*) 908. A 19th Century mahogany serving table with triangular backboard, fitted a drawer to the freeze, 137cm wide, 107cm high overall £200-300 (+Fees*) 909. A pair of Louis XV style occasional tables each fitted a drawer, the frieze tops banded in satinwood with brass galleries and floral mounts, 70cm high, 48cm wide £400-600 (+Fees*) 910. A modern carved and gilded starburst mirror with bevelled plate, 119cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*)

Lot 902 902. An Irish pine chicken coop dresser, the closed rack of shelves flanked by carved pilasters above two chicken coops with removable locking bars, 198cm high see illustration £500-700 (+Fees*) 903. A George III mahogany crossbanded tea table, the fold over top with canted corners on square tapering legs 91.5cm wide £60-80 (+Fees*) 904. A George III mahogany half-round tea table with fold over top on square tapering legs 92cm wide, together with an Edwardian two-tier occasional table £60-80 (+Fees*)

905. A painted cast iron hall stand in the style of Coalbrookdale, the arched top section with vase of flowers surmount and central hook, the mirror below flanked by six twin coat hooks, the lower section with half-round table above two sections for walking sticks and umbrellas, 210cm high, 90cm wide see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*) 906. A mahogany linen press, the panel door now fitted for hanging space, with drawer below, 93cm wide x 85cm deep x 210cm high £80-120 (+Fees*)

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921. A satinwood pole screen of 18th Century style, the shield shaped needlework banner on a spirally reeded column and tripod support with spade feet, 143cm high £150-200 (+Fees*) 922. A giltwood stool with upholstered top, the legs carved acanthus scrolls with flat X-shaped stretcher, 62cm wide £200-300 (+Fees*) 923. An Edwardian walnut and marquetry two-tier table, gilt metal mounted and on square section cabriole legs, 56cm wide £200-300 (+Fees*)

Lot 911

911. A 19th Century brass bound chest with studded borders and oval to the cover, 92.5cm wide see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*) 912. An Edwardian mahogany bookcase with astragal glazed doors and swan neck pediment £100-150 (+Fees*) 913. A Regency mahogany dressing table on tapered end standards united by a turned stretcher, 121cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*)

919. A George III mahogany tripod table, with pie-crust border on a turned and reeded column, the support carved acanthus leaves on claw and ball feet, 73cm diameter £400-500 (+Fees*) 920. A Victorian walnut Davenport with stationery compartment to the back, fitted interior and base of drawers to one side and false drawers to the other, 51.5cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*)

924. An oak four poster bed of Elizabethan design with moulded canopy, panelled head and footboard and baluster turned foot post with floral tasselled curtains and drapes, 218cm long x 162cm wide x 198cm high £800-1200 (+Fees*) 925. A Heals mahogany four poster bed with reeded posts and panelled headboard, hung floral curtains, drapes and matching bedspread, 211cm long x 161cm wide x 229cm high see illustration £1500-2000 (+Fees*)

914. An oval dressing table mirror, an upholstered stool and another stool £50-70 (+Fees*) 915. Two swing frame dressing table mirrors, a mahogany fitted box and a low stool £50-70 (+Fees*) 916. A mahogany box inlaid an oval patera, on a stand, 35cm wide £120-150 (+Fees*) 917. A mahogany three-section bookcase, each section enclosed by a pair of leaded doors, with cupboard beneath, 97cm wide £50-80 (+Fees*) 918. A pair of 19th Century firedogs, of flame topped baluster form, on lion paw legs and plinths, 63cm high and an 18th Century style cast iron fireback, decorated figures and floral scrolls, 64cm x 43cm £100-150 (+Fees*) Lot 925

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926. A 19th Century carved oak cassone of sarcophagus form, carved panels of winged beasts, scrolls and acanthus, on four grotesque mask feet, 71cm wide see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*) 927. A carved oak frame with baskets of flowers finial and border of winged caryatids, 81cm x 69cm £120-150 (+Fees*) 928. A pair of wing back upholstered armchairs, on carved cabriole legs with ball and claw feet £300-500 (+Fees*) 929. An elm settle with hooded canopy, panel back and box seat with loose seat cushions, 160cm wide £150-200 (+Fees*) 930. An oak coffer with twin panelled top and carved front, 142cm wide £200-250 (+Fees*)

Lot 926

931. A pair of 17th Century style armchairs covered in green mottled velvet with studded decoration and X shaped supports £300-400 (+Fees*)

932. A Dutch fruitwood court cupboard fitted cupboards and drawers, on baluster turned supports with platform beneath, 143cm wide see illustration £300-400 (+Fees*) 933. An upholstered wingback armchair, covered in stylised material, on cabriole legs and a matching footstool £150-200 (+Fees*) 934. A fern pattern cast iron garden seat in the style of Coalbrookdale, with slatted wooden seat, 158cm wide £300-400 (+Fees*) 935. A set of white painted metal garden furniture with lattice seats and panels, comprising two chairs, a two-seater chair and a circular table £250-350 (+Fees*) 936. An oak refectory type table on shaped end standards and splay feet, the top 250cm x 84cm x 6cm £600-800 (+Fees*) 937. An oak cupboard of 17th Century Spanish style, the top with trestle type supports with carved front enclosed by two doors (converted from a coffer), 178cm wide £400-600 (+Fees*)

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947. An 18th Century Derbyshire oak dresser with shelves over the breakfront base, fitted a cupboard and arrangement of seven drawers on bracket feet, 171cm wide £300-400 (+Fees*) 948. A mahogany table of mid 19th Century design, the square top on a parcel gilt column with flat quadruple support and hair claw feet, 98cm wide £300-400 (+Fees*) 949. A French walnut commode of 18th Century design, fitted three drawers with ormolu ring handles, on bun feet, 130cm wide see illustration £400-600 (+Fees*) 950. A 19th Century sofa covered in kelim rug fragments, 200cm wide £300-500 (+Fees*)

Lot 949 938. A pair of two-tier tables with pierced backs, 53cm wide, a small burr elm tripod table, 38cm wide and a carved oak stool, 46cm wide £80-120 (+Fees*) 939. A nest of four burr walnut tables, crossbanded and raised on twin turned legs with splay feet, 50cm wide £300-400 (+Fees*) 940. A painted and decorated two-tier table, each tier with pierced border, 44cm diameter and a pair of Chinese bamboo single chairs with upholstered seats and padded backs £40-60 (+Fees*)

945. A modern console table with four square taper supports to the front, 198cm wide £60-80 (+Fees*) 946. A circular piano stool, with adjustable top on turned legs, 38cm diameter, a William IV mahogany torchère formed from a bed post and another £60-80 (+Fees*)

951. A 17th Century oak chest of four drawers with geometric moulded drawer fronts and brass bell drop handles, 110cm wide £300-400 (+Fees*) 952. An Italian satinwood chest of two drawers with chequered frieze on square taper legs, 121cm wide see illustration £500-700 (+Fees*)

941. A mahogany cupboard enclosed by a pair of twin arch panel doors enclosing drawers and shelves, 140cm wide £120-150 (+Fees*) 942. A pair of ebonised cane seat and back chairs of Regency style £60-80 (+Fees*) 943. A pair of oak stick back chairs with solid seats on turned front legs £80-120 (+Fees*) 944. Three Italian style standard lamps with gilded decoration and material covered columns, all with shades, 176cm, 165cm and 156cm high £80-100 (+Fees*)

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Lot 954 953. A William IV rosewood Wellington chest, fitted six drawers with hinged locking pillar, 58cm wide see illustration £400-600 (+Fees*)

954. A 19th Century French upholstered sofa with carved giltwood frame with chair ends, on eight carved, fluted taper legs, 199cm wide see illustration £800-1200 (+Fees*) 955. A pair of Edwardian satinwood urn tables, painted and decorated and with X shaped platform stretcher and splay feet, 32cm wide £200-300 (+Fees*) 956. A Boulle type table fitted a drawer, 62cm wide £80-120 (+Fees*) 957. A William IV walnut cushion-shaped mirror frame with moulded border, the later plate 35.5cm x 27.5cm £200-300 (+Fees*)

958. An upholstered stool on moulded cabriole legs, 46cm wide £40-60 (+Fees*) 959. A painted cast iron stick stand, a fox supporting a whip, 61cm high see illustration £500-700 (+Fees*) 960. A marble top walnut jardinière stand with gilt metal mounts, 30cm high £140-160 (+Fees*) 961. An early 19th Century mahogany corner cupboard enclosed by a glazed door, 77cm wide £30-40 (+Fees*)

Lot 959

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967. A late Victorian satinwood and parcel gilt open armchair, with button upholstered back above a gallery, on turned fluted front legs with castors £200-300 (+Fees*) 968. An 18th Century oak table, the planked top on octagonal legs united by stretchers, 64cm x 52cm £200-300 (+Fees*) 969. A Channel Islands bowfront mahogany chest of four long drawers above a shaped apron, on typical carved and turned legs, 100cm wide see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*) 970. An Edwardian mahogany and satinwood crossbanded envelope card table, fitted a single drawer on square legs with brass castors, 53cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*)

Lot 966

971. An 18th Century carved oak open armchair, probably Scottish (restorations) £150-200 (+Fees*)

962. A 19th Century swing frame toilet mirror and an oval swing frame mirror, the base fitted three drawers on ball feet, 66cm £50-70 (+Fees*) 963. A George III oak mule chest, the fielded panel front with two drawers under, 124cm wide £50-70 (+Fees*) 964. A box base mirror with rectangular plate on reeded supports to a three-drawer base, 58cm wide and another similar, 54cm wide £40-50 (+Fees*) 965. A George III oak bureau with four drawers beneath, 91.5cm wide £40-60 (+Fees*) 966. A Charles II oak chest, circa 1680, the four long drawers decorated with applied geometric moulding, 102cm wide see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*)

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972. A Queen Anne burr walnut bureau bookcase, the upper section enclosed by mirrored panel doors, the base with fall enclosing a well fitted interior above two short and two long drawers on later bracket feet, carry handles to the sides, 103cm wide x 206cm high see illustration £1500-2000 (+Fees*) 973. An oak dresser with shelves over, fitted drawers and cupboards beneath, 187cm wide £200-300 (+Fees*) 974. A child’s table and bench set, purchased from Heals £20-30 (+Fees*) 975. An Italian wrought iron hall lantern, of hexagonal shape with yellow tinted glass panels, fitted for electricity, 73cm high £150-200 (+Fees*)

Lot 972 976. A pair of Italian silvered wall lights each with a sconce on the wall support, 34cm wide £40-60 (+Fees*)

978. A Georgian pig skin covered trunk, the domed cover with brass handle, studded borders, 40.5cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*)

977. A William IV mahogany boot and whip stand, of baluster column form on a lobed base with lappet carved feet, 119cm high see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*)

979. A late Georgian mahogany wine cooler with domed top and handles to the sides, on square taper legs, 39cm wide £300-500 (+Fees*)

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980. A 19th Century mahogany writing table of Gillows design, fitted a recessed inkstand and pen tray to the top, a drawer to the frieze on turned tapered legs, 71cm wide see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*) 981. A mahogany stool fitted a loose trap needlework seat, on square taper legs united by square stretchers, 43cm wide £40-60 (+Fees*) 982. A mahogany armchair with Prince of Wales plume to the central upright splat, having an upholstered seat on square chamfered legs £80-120 (+Fees*) 983. A pair of grey marble columns with square tops and bases, 111cm high £600-800 (+Fees*) 984. A late 17th Century walnut chest of two short over three long drawers, on short block feet, 93cm wide see illustration £800-1200 (+Fees*)

Lot 980

Lot 984

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989. A 17th Century oak food cupboard with later superstructure (alterations), 103cm wide see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*) 990. A Welsh oak set of shelves, 56cm wide £300-500 (+Fees*) 991. A 19th Century oak single drawer side table, on square chamfered legs, 91.5cm wide £200-300 (+Fees*) 992. A Victorian nursing chair with beadwork back and seat £80-120 (+Fees*) 993. A George Smith two-seater sofa, 169cm wide £200-300 (+Fees*) 994. A Georgian mahogany bureau, 118cm wide £200-300 (+Fees*) 995. A 17th Century oak chest with three panelled drawers, on bun feet, 86.5cm wide see illustration £400-600 (+Fees*) 996. An oak coffee table, 106.5cm x 63cm £80-100 (+Fees*) Lot 989 985. A harlequin set of ten Chippendale style dining chairs, with splat backs, trap seats and on square chamfered legs (8 + 2) £600-800 (+Fees*) 986. A modern four-poster bed with reeded uprights £300-500 (+Fees*) 987. A 19th Century two-tier tripod table, the circular top 40cm diameter and an adjustable circular piano stool £40-60 (+Fees*) 988. A reproduction walnut lowboy, 76cm wide £80-120 (+Fees*) Lot 995

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1003. A fruitwood refectory table, 322cm x 96cm £600-800 (+Fees*) 1004. A set of four Windsor stick-back chairs, mostly stamped including Hearn Bros. £100-120 (+Fees*) 1005. A set of six beech and elm bar-back kitchen chairs £150-200 (+Fees*) 1006. A Windsor stick-back open armchair £100-150 (+Fees*) 1007. A Windsor splat-back open armchair £100-150 (+Fees*) 1008. A primitive oak 18th Century chair with strung seat £200-300 (+Fees*) 1009. An 18th Century comb-back chair in ash and elm Provenance: Robert Young see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*) 1010. A William and Mary single-flap gateleg table on turned supports, 90cm wide £300-500 (+Fees*)

Lot 1000

997. A 19th Century Welsh oak spoon rack, 33cm wide, containing pewter spoons £100-150 (+Fees*) 998. An oak candle box with carved front, hinged cover and drawer below, 32cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*) 999. A standard lamp and two table lamps on twist turned columns £80-120 (+Fees*)

1000. A 19th Century dresser with closed rack above cupboards, 163cm wide see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*) 1001. An 18th Century oak side table on ball turned legs and stretchers, 67cm wide £120-180 (+Fees*) 1002. An 18th Century oak dough bin on square legs and stretchers, 82cm wide £300-500 (+Fees*)

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1011. A late 18th Century ash and elm comb-back chair £300-500 (+Fees*) 1012. A 19th Century oak dresser base, 181.5cm wide £500-700 (+Fees*) 1013. An 18th Century fruitwood dresser with closed rack, 115cm wide see illustration £500-700 (+Fees*) 1014. An 18th Century oak chest of two short over three long drawers, on bracket feet, 78cm wide £300-500 (+Fees*) 1015. An oak bookcase, bearing label of Titchmarsh & Goodwin, 84cm wide £60-80 (+Fees*) 1016. A 19th Century ash and beech primitive chair £100-150 (+Fees*) 1017. A painted chest of drawers, cricketing scene, two short over two long drawers, 88.5cm wide see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*) Lot 1013

1018. A brass mounted letter tray on ball feet, bears label Halcyon Days Furniture by Arthur Brett & Sons, 34cm wide and an oak stationery box with hinged sloping cover, 30.5cm wide £60-80 (+Fees*) 1019. A child’s oak open armchair, another child’s chair and a small tripod table, 51cm diameter £40-60 (+Fees*) 1020. A stool with oval elm seat, 36cm wide, two low stools and a fireside stool £30-50 (+Fees*) 1021. An adjustable standard reading lamp with fold-out arm and mahogany table, 122cm high £40-60 (+Fees*)

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1028. A late 17th Century oak gateleg table, on reel turned legs, 166cm long £400-600 (+Fees*) 1029. Six matched Windsor chairs, with crinoline stretchers see illustration £800-1000 (+Fees*) 1030. A narrow oak dresser, the open rack above a base of two drawers over cupboards on bracket feet, 127cm wide £500-700 (+Fees*) 1031. An 18th Century oak dresser with rack above, the base fitted two drawers and cupboards flanked by pilasters, 159cm wide £200-300 (+Fees*)

Lot 1027

1022. A 19th Century mahogany corner cupboard, enclosed by a glazed bar door, 69.5cm wide £20-30 (+Fees*) 1023. A pair of gilt metal five-branch, six-light wall lights, the cartouche shaped wall plaque with flame finial issuing a leaf capped support to five scrolling branches and a central light £400-600 (+Fees*)

1027. A Gillows side table, the concave front with one long and four short drawers, on square taper legs, the drawer stamped Gillows Lancaster, 121.5cm wide see illustration £2000-3000 (+Fees*)

1032. An 18th Century oak coffer, the quadruple panel front with carved supports and a hinged top, 143cm wide £150-200 (+Fees*) 1033. An 18th Century oak stool on cabriole legs with drop-in seat, 41cm square £100-150 (+Fees*)

1024. A George III mahogany secretaire bookcase, the glazed upper section above a fitted secretaire drawer and three long drawers, 230cm high x 110cm wide x 54cm deep £60-80 (+Fees*) 1025. A Victorian walnut X frame stool, with needlework top, 44cm x 44cm £60-80 (+Fees*) 1026. A large pine kitchen table with five-plank top, drawer to each end and central cutlery drawer, on square tapering legs, 107.5cm wide x 216cm long £400-600 (+Fees*)

Lot 1029

Fees* – Buyer’s Premium on a sliding scale + VAT at 20%. ARR – Some lots may be subject to an additional fee (see page 4)

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Other Properties 1046. A Hamadan rug with all over floral design, 150cm x 136cm Provenance: Beverston Castle £80-120 (+Fees*) 1047. A 20th Century Moroccan red ground carpet, 305cm x 195cm and a similar carpet £300-500 (+Fees*) 1048. A floral patterned rug within a red ground border, 274cm x 183cm £50-70 (+Fees*) 1049. An Eastern rug with central medallion to a red ground, 157cm x 111cm and another rug £50-70 (+Fees*)

Lot 1042 (detail)

Rugs and Carpets Ombersley Court 1040. A Ziegler Mahal carpet, West Persia, circa 1910, approximately 360cm x 273cm £600-800 (+Fees*) 1041. A Bakshaish carpet, North Persia, circa 1920, blue field with scattered flowerheads and ivory border, approximately 636cm x 415cm £600-1000 (+Fees*)

1044. An Indian carpet, circa 1900, ivory main field with flowerheads, red border with scallop trail with stylised foliate motifs, cut and reduced, approximately 333cm x 250cm £60-90 (+Fees*) 1045. A Ziegler Mahal carpet, early 20th Century, approximately 380cm x 278cm see illustration £1500-2500 (+Fees*)

1050. A Sarab Kelleh, North West Persia with central vase design, the field woven in camel hair, 341cm x 149cm £300-500 (+Fees*) 1051. A modern Persian carpet with central floral field on a camel ground, 272cm x 194cm £150-200 (+Fees*)

1042. An Oushak Turkey carpet, Anatolia, Smyrna style, circa 1900, crimson red field with overall repeat, flowerhead and herati pattern, with red border with flowerheads, and further narrow red, pale blue and ivory outer borders, approximately 818cm x 535cm see illustration £2000-3000 (+Fees*) 1043. A runner, Northwest Persia, circa 1930, salmon pink main field, cerise border, approximately 310cm x 103cm £250-350 (+Fees*)

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CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS FOR ONSITE AUCTIONS c.

INFORMATION FOR BUYERS AT AUCTIONS 1.

Introduction. The following notes are intended to assist bidders and buyers, particularly those that are inexperienced or new to our salerooms. All of our auctions are governed by our Conditions of Business incorporating the Terms of Consignment (primarily applicable to sellers), the Terms of Sale (primarily applicable to bidders and buyers) and any notices that are displayed in our salerooms or announced by the auctioneer at the auction. Our Conditions of Business are available for inspection at our salerooms and the Terms of Sale are printed in the back of our auction catalogues. Our staff will be happy to help you if there is anything in our Conditions of Business that you do not fully understand. Please make sure that you read our Terms of Sale set out in this catalogue or on our website carefully before bidding in the auction. If your bid is successful, you will be obliged to comply with our Terms of Sale.

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Agency. As auctioneers we usually act on behalf of the seller whose identity, for reasons of confidentiality, is not normally disclosed. If you buy at auction your contract for the goods is with the seller, not with us as auctioneer. Estimates. Estimates are designed to help you gauge what sort of sum might be involved for the purchase of a particular lot. Estimates may change and should not be thought of as the sale price. The lower estimate may represent the reserve price (the minimum price for which a lot may be sold) and will not be below the reserve price. Estimates do not include the buyer’s premium or VAT (where chargeable). Estimates are prepared some time before the auction and may be altered by a saleroom notice or announcement by the auctioneer before the auction of the lot. They are not definitive. Buyer’s Premium. The Terms of Sale oblige you to pay a buyer's premium on the hammer price of each lot purchased at the following rates: 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 balance above £1,000,000 Where thresholds apply, the higher premium rate will apply to the portion of the bid price up to the threshold and the lower premium rate will apply to the portion of the bid price in excess of the threshold. VAT at the standard rate is added to this premium with the exception of books and unframed maps (see below).

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Inspection of goods by the buyer. As we act on behalf of the seller, we are dependent on information provided by the seller about their goods. We may inspect lots and will act reasonably in taking a general view about them. However, we are normally unable to carry out detailed examinations of lots to check their condition in the way a buyer would do. You will have ample opportunity to inspect the goods. You must inspect and investigate lots that you might wish to bid for. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots set out in the Terms of Sale at clause 12.4.

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Electrical goods. These are sold as “antiques” only. If you buy electrical goods for use you must ask a qualified electrician to check them for compliance with safety regulations before you use them.

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Export of goods. If you intend to export goods you must find out:

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(*) indicates that VAT is payable by the buyer on the hammer price as well as being an element in the buyer's premium. VAT will be chargeable at the standard rate (presently 20%). This imposition of VAT is likely to be because the seller is registered for VAT within the European Union and is not operating the Dealers Margin Scheme or because VAT is due at 20% on importation into the UK. (**) indicates that the lot has been imported from outside the European Union. These lots are liable to a reduced rate of VAT (5%) on the hammer price and buyer's premium).

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whether an export licence is needed; and

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if there is a prohibition on importing goods of that character e.g. because the goods contain prohibited materials such as ivory (see Terms of Sale clause 14)

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Bidding. Bidders will be required to register with us before the auction starts. We reserve the right to impose a deadline prior to the auction by which you must register or by which we must receive a commission bid. If you wish to bid on high value lots this deadline may be several days before the auction in order to allow us sufficient time to carry out the necessary checks. Lots will be invoiced to the name and address on the registration form. You will need to provide us with proof of your identity in a form acceptable to us and such other information as we may require. Please enquire in advance about our arrangements for telephone or online bidding. Please note that we may refuse to register you if you do not provide us with all the information and documentation that we ask for or at our discretion.

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Commission bidding. You may leave commission bids with us indicating the maximum amount to be bid against a lot (excluding the buyers' premium and/or any applicable VAT). We will execute commission bids as cheaply as possible having regard to the reserve (if any) and competing bids. If two buyers submit identical commission bids we may prefer the first bid received (where this can be reasonably ascertained). Please enquire in advance about our arrangements for leaving commission bids by telephone, email, via our website or through online bidding platforms.

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Methods of Payment. We accept payment by cash, debit card, credit card and bank transfer (maximum payment by cash or credit card £1,000 per auction). Please discuss with our office in advance of the sale if you plan to use any other method of payment. We do not accept payment by card over the telephone.

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Collection and storage. Please note what the Terms of Sale say about collection and storage. It is important that you pay for and collect goods promptly. Any delay may involve you having to pay storage charges.

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.

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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;

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means Value Added Tax or any equivalent sales tax; and “Website” means our website available at www.chorleys.com. 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: simon.chorley@chorleys.com; enquiries@chorleys.com 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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29th & 30th January 2019

Prinknash Abbey Park Gloucestershire GL4 8EU

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