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31st January & 1st February 2017

Prinknash Abbey Park Gloucestershire GL4 8EU

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TWO DAY AUCTION on Tuesday 31st January 2017 at 10am and Wednesday 1st February 2017 at 10am

Viewing Sunday 29th January 10am-4pm Monday 30th January 9am-5pm Sale mornings 8.30am-10am

Prinknash Abbey Park Gloucestershire GL4 8EU

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

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Prinknash Abbey Park Gloucestershire GL4 8EU

DAY ONE Tuesday 31st January 2017 at 10am Glass Ceramics Eastern & Oriental Works of Art Silver & Plate Objets de Vertu Jewellery & Watches Pictures Toys & Dolls

Lots 1-40 45-107 110-127 129-244 250-271 273-331 333-447 450-467

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DAY TWO Wednesday 1st February 2017 at 10am Books Furniture, Rugs & Outside Effects Textiles & Costume Militaria Clocks & Barometers Miscellaneous Items

Lots 470-552 560-783 785-804 805-811 815-827 830-875

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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 Please note that some works of art in this sale may be subject to Artist’s Resale Right, indicated in the catalogue with AR. Any of these lots realising the sterling equivalent of €1000 or more will incur an additional charge of a percentage of the hammer price, which will be paid to the artist or their beneficiary. Contact Chorley’s for further information.

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.

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Day One - Tuesday 31st January 2017

Glass


Glass A Collection of Paperweights 1. Six various lampwork flowerhead paperweights, the largest 9cm high £40-60 2. Two scrambled cane glass paperweights, one decorated with dragonflies and signed ‘JND 1995’ and two further spaced millefiori on lace paperweights £50-70 3. A collection of three Perthshire glass paperweights, each with cartwheel designs and central initialled ‘P’ cane and one other paperweight £60-80 4. A group of eight various 19th Century glass paperweights, the largest initialled ‘BF’ within laurel leaves £60-80 5. A large group of mostly Chinese glass paperweights, decorated with flowers in bright colours £40-60 6. A group of six Murano glass paperweights, variously decorated with millefiori canes, some with larger canes, the largest 10.5cm diameter £60-80 7. A group of ten Murano glass paperweights, variously decorated with lampwork flowerheads and one with a bird in flight, the largest 10.5cm diameter £80-120 8. A group of eight Murano and Mdina glass paperweights, variously decorated, most with floral lampwork, the largest 10cm high £60-80 9. A group of nine mainly Scottish glass paperweights, the largest with cartwheel millefiori design, 8.5cm diameter £60-80

Lot 19 10. A group of thirteen mainly Murano glass paperweights, each with varying floral cane designs, the largest 8.5cm diameter £70-90 11. A Caithness glass paperweight ‘Flower in Rain’, boxed, together with four others similar £40-60 12. A group of eight glass paperweights, various makers and designs to include three miniature millefiori examples £50-70

17. A group of eleven various glass paperweights to include bubble worked and floral decorated examples £60-80 18. A group of six floral decorated glass paperweights, two with faceted edges £60-80 19. A group of seven floral glass paperweights, each with lampwork floral decoration in varying colours see illustration £80-100

13. A group of five lampwork glass paperweights, each with flowerhead design, one with ‘L’ initialled cane, the largest 11cm high £50-70

20. A pair of Gallé style glass lamps of mushroom shape, decorated butterflies and flowers, 58cm high £150-200

14. A group of ten mainly Scottish glass paperweights, comprising six cartwheel millefiori examples and four millefiori examples £80-100

21. Three cut glass decanters, a large gilt metal mounted cut glass dish, two oil and vinegar bottles and various other cut glasses £50-70

15. A group of four playing card style glass paperweights, the canes decorated with the various suits, of varying sizes £30-50

22. A Mdina glass vase of square form with tapered neck, together with a millefiori glass scent bottle and nine other pieces of glass £40-60

16. A group of ten various glass paperweights, decorations to include a large fishbowl type example with a single swimming fish £50-70

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23. A Lalique frosted glass thistle vase, with etched signature to the base, 10.5cm high, a Lalique frosted glass pheasant pin dish with etched signature to the base, 10cm high and two Lalique reference books £100-150


24. A Venetian cane decorated glass plate in pink and white, 18.5cm diameter and a pair of cut glass lustre candlesticks, each 19cm high £50-70 25. A large quantity of blue and green coloured glass, to include decanters, jugs, drinking glasses etc. £60-80 26. A large Georgian glass rummer with moulded ogee bowl on a circular base, 18cm high, a fluted rummer, 13cm high and a blue glass rummer with knopped stem and circular base £50-70 27. A cut glass part table service of twenty pieces and other glass £60-80 28. A pair of Victorian style glass decanters with globular pineapple cut bodies, another pair of decanters, a near pair of decanters, four other decanters, an etched glass claret jug and three silver plated wine labels £100-150 29. A large studio glass vase with mottled orange and green colouring, 25.5cm high £40-60 30. A Whitefriars controlled bubble amber glass inkwell, of squat circular form with brass mounts, 10cm diameter £40-60 31. A Georgian triple-ring neck decanter and stopper of small size, 23cm high, a cut glass confiture and cover, 31cm high and sundry glass £50-70 32. A Georgian cut glass footed bowl, possibly Irish, with fan decoration to the rim, on a circular star cut base, 22cm diameter see illustration £150-200 33. A Bohemian red glass goblet, the bowl of lobed form, 19.5cm high and a Bohemian glass scent bottle and stopper see illustration £70-100

Lots 35, 34, 33 and 32 34. A Bohemian red glass trumpet shaped vase decorated white overlay panels of flowers, highlighted with gilt throughout, 25.5cm high see illustration £100-150 35. A Bohemian glass vase with ogee shaped rim and white overlay panels decorated in flowers and gilt, 33cm high see illustration £100-150 36. A Bohemian red glass vase, decorated white overlay panels of flowers and with gilt scrolls throughout, 36.5cm high see illustration £600-800 37. A Dartington glass silver mounted decanter and stopper, initialled, 30cm high, a pair of small decanters and a pair of cut glass tumblers £30-50 38. A Waterford crystal bowl, 28.5cm diameter, boxed and sundry decanters and jugs £40-60 39. A glass jug etched with a giraffe amongst trees, 25cm high £30-50

Lot 36

40. Sundry decanters and glass £60-80

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Ceramics


Ceramics 45. A Paris porcelain part dinner service, early 20th Century, printed flowers and butterflies, comprising a tureen, meat dish, two sauce boats, an oval platter and various plates £150-200 46. Four white glazed KPM figures, the four seasons, 11cm high and four Nymphenburg white glazed figures of musical putti, 12cm high, modern £80-120 47. A pair of Chinese export mugs, circa 1790, each decorated baskets of flowers and ribbon tied scrolls, a creamware mug depicting ‘The Ironbridge over the Wear’ and sundry ceramics £60-80 48. A group of six various Staffordshire pastille burners, varying dates, the largest 21cm high £80-120 49. A lustreware plaque, ‘Thou God See’st Me’ with orange border, a Staffordshire dog, a Nao porcelain figure, a Crown Devon model of Dalmatians and various others £50-70 50. An early pottery candlestick with pinched base, 9cm high Note: From the estate of the Late Mr Arthur Golding Barrett £80-120 51. An 18th Century blue and white delft pottery dish decorated with a central scene of a tree and floral sprays within a scroll border, 22.5cm diameter Note: From the estate of the Late Mr Arthur Golding Barrett £200-300 52. A Lladro porcelain nativity set of six figures, the largest Joseph, 20cm high £60-80 53. A Lladro porcelain figure of a girl with a basket of vegetables feeding two geese, boxed and six other Lladro figures mainly of geese, the largest 23cm high £80-100 54. Four pieces of Lladro porcelain to include ‘School Marm’ and a boy and girl seated with a guitar, one boxed, the largest 33cm high £60-80

55. Five pieces of Lladro porcelain to include ‘Try This One for Size’ and ‘Sailor Boy’, the largest 25cm high £70-90 56. Three pieces of Lladro porcelain from the Privilege range, comprising ‘Prince of the Elves’, ‘Princess of the Fairies’ and ‘Magical Unicorn’, all boxed £50-70 57. Three Lladro porcelain figures to include ‘Welcome to the Family’ and a small quantity of Lladro bells and candle holders, six boxed £70-90 58. Two Lladro porcelain figures from the Imaginary Circus series, ‘Pals Forever’, 23cm high and ‘A Friend for Life’, 7.5cm high, both boxed £40-60 59. Four pieces of Nao porcelain to include ‘A Basket for Two’, 12.5cm high and three various Lladro plaques £40-60 60. Ferdinand Liebermann (German 1883-1941) for Rosenthal, circa 1920, a porcelain figure of a fawn riding a turtle, stamped and impressed marks to base, 12cm high £120-150 61. A large quantity of various Sunderland lustreware, to include jugs, teacups, saucers and bowls £60-80 62. A Staffordshire porcelain figure of a man with a pipe and dog, another titled ‘Welsh Costume’, a pair of dogs, a large figure group and a cheese dish and cover £40-60 63. An Art Nouveau tube lined tile, four creamware basket weave type plates and a quantity of various other ceramics £40-60 64. A ceramic fish bowl, possibly Samson of Paris, in the Chinese famille verte style, decorated with panels of flowers in baskets on a green scale ground decorated with dragons and phoenix, 44cm x 53cm £200-300

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Lot 65 65. A Royal Worcester spill vase, painted in the manner of James Stinton with pheasants in a wooded landscape on a pierced base, 27cm high see illustration £400-600 66. Three Royal Worcester plates, decorated with fruit and flowers, signed Townsend, Price and Seeman, together with a dinner plate and a trio £40-60 67. A Copeland Spode dinner service of twenty-eight pieces, the border decorated prunus blossom £50-70 68. A Royal Worcester bas-relief portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, commemorative of the 1977 Silver Jubilee, by Arnold Machin OBE RA, limited edition 494/1000 £150-200

Ceramics


A Private Collection of Stirrup Cups 69. An English porcelain trout head stirrup cup, circa 1810, probably Derby, 12cm long, bearing label from June 1983 Godmersham Park (763) see illustration £400-600 70. An English porcelain fox head stirrup cup, circa 1820, inscribed ‘Tally Ho’ to a gilt painted collar, 11cm long see illustration £700-1000 71. A Continental porcelain hound head stirrup cup, possibly German, circa 1830/40, 11.5cm long £200-300 72. A Staffordshire pearlware stag head stirrup cup, circa 1810, decorated in shades of brown, 12.5cm long see illustration £500-700 73. An English porcelain hound head stirrup cup, circa 1840, painted with a gilt collar, 10cm long see illustration £500-700 74. A 19th Century English earthenware hound head stirrup cup, painted in browns, yellows and black, 12.5cm long £200-300 75. A Berlin (KPM) porcelain fox head stirrup cup, circa 1860, 12cm long £150-200

Lots 70, 69, 72 and 73 80. A red flambé glazed pot and cover by Edward R Wilkes, inscribed ‘New Spectria’ to base, 13cm high, and a large sang-de-boeuf glazed vase, impressed mark to base, 32cm high £60-80

82. A George Jones majolica cheese dish and cover modelled in the form of a bee skep, 19.5cm high, impressed marks to base see illustration £400-600

81. A pair of English neoclassical pearlware urns, each of inverted baluster form, buff coloured with swags and ribbons, highlighted in blue and gilt, with swan eagle neck handles to either side, circa 1790, 21cm high £80-120

83. A large quantity of Wedgwood cabbage wares and similar to include seven leaf-shaped dishes with basket weave borders and pierced handles, a similar oval dish, a pair of vine leaf and strawberry moulded rectangular dishes, two other pairs similar and various others (36 pieces in total) £200-300

76. A Staffordshire pearlware stag head stirrup cup, circa 1810, Pratt colours, 12.5cm long £300-400 77. A Poole pottery part breakfast service of forty pieces, green and pink glazed £60-80 78. A quantity of Royal Worcester Evesham pattern ceramics £60-80 79. A Royal Worcester scallop shell dish with dolphin support, 10cm high, a Royal Crown Derby floral dish and a box of Royal Worcester cups and covers £60-80 Lot 82

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84. A Winchcombe pottery jug with stylised decoration to a brown glaze, 19.5cm high, two further jugs, a stoneware jar and a Knox style lustreware candlestick £70-90 85. A tall stylised stoneware vase in the style of Keith Murray, with globular ringed body, tapered neck and flared rim, 41cm high £50-70 86. A pair of Classical urns in white glazed pottery with reeded bodies and flared rims, on square bases, 27cm high £30-50 87. A small quantity of ceramics to include a Worcester fruit painted plate (damaged), a Worcester tea bowl and saucer, three shell shaped floral painted dishes, two Chinese bowls and saucers, a pair of Japanese blue and white vases and a quantity of Thomas Goode marked plates £70-90 88. Two Staffordshire lustreware plaques, each with pink mottled borders, one inscribed ‘Thou God See’st Me’, the other ‘Prepare to Meet Thy God’, 17cm wide and a larger similar example £100-150 89. A large quantity of Prinknash pottery, comprising six blue glazed tankards, three various coffee pots, a small quantity of cups and saucers and two further tankards £50-70 90. A 19th Century majolica style charger, painted with a battle scene to the centre with decorative border, 47.5cm wide £200-300

Lot 92 93. A slipware bowl by Alan Lloyd with green glaze, 29cm diameter, an ovoid stoneware vase with tapered neck and foot, decorated with a central band of brushwork to a blue ground, 26cm high and a small ovoid pot signed Wilson, 13cm high £80-100

94. A stoneware vase with incised stylised chevron design, tapered neck with flared rim, incised mark to base, possibly HB, 27cm high, a stoneware cylindrical vase, signed Butler to underside, with vertical incised lines to body, 21cm high, a stoneware bowl with cream high fired glaze, 13cm diameter and two others £60-80 95. A pair of Sèvres style biscuit porcelain relief silhouettes, Emperor Napoleon III and Empress Eugenie, after Jules Constant Peyre, 8cm diameter, each faintly impressed J PEYRE F. NIEUWERKERKE DIR. and a similar relief silhouette of Napoleon I with laurel crown £100-150 96. A Rörstrand Fjord pattern coffee set, a Portmeirion coffee set and six Danish egg cups £40-60 97. A 19th Century English porcelain dessert service, with central painted floral sprays within apple green borders, twelve pieces £60-80 98. A Meissen oval tureen, cover and stand, late 18th Century, decorated birds and insects and with putto finial to cover, the stand 34.5cm wide see illustration £300-500 99. A Minton’s caneware game dish, of oval form moulded with basketweave and with dead game to the cover, 29cm wide £60-80

91. An Italian majolica style jug, painted with a male bust within stylised surround, 31cm high £30-50 92. A Rosenthal ‘Koreanischer Tanz’ (Korean Dancer) porcelain figure, by Constantine Holzer-Defanti (1881-1951), 40cm high see illustration £400-600

Lot 98

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100. A Spode part dinner service decorated in Imari colours and highlighted in gilt, comprising twenty dinner plates, ten side plates and four soup bowls £200-300 101. A set of six Royal Worcester coffee cups and saucers, printed puce marks for 1902, decorated in gilt on a cobalt blue ground with white beaded borders, cased by Brook & Son, with a set of silver and enamelled coffee spoons see illustration £300-500 102. A studio pottery bowl by Anna Day, decorated butterflies, 42cm diameter £20-30 103. A collection of decorative ceramics to include cottage pastille burners, a Staffordshire spill vase depicting the Fox and the Stork from Aesop’s fables, etc. £150-200 Lot 101

104. Fernand Cian (c.1886-1954) A terracotta figure of embracing cherubs, signed Fernand Cian, Paris, 36.5cm wide see illustration £300-500 105. A porcelain figure of the Three Graces after the model by Germain Pillon, incised beneath Guillot, 54cm high (damages) £200-300 106. A pair of Staffordshire dogs highlighted in gilt, 29cm high, other Staffordshire dogs, ceramic chickens etc. £30-40 107. A quantity of cabinet cups and saucers, including Derby, Chamberlain’s Worcester etc. and sundry decorative china £60-80

Lot 104

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Eastern & Oriental Works of Art


Eastern & Oriental Works of Art 110. A Japanese 19th Century netsuke modelled as a bearded gentleman and a crane, 5.5cm high, another smaller, a Japanese doll’s tea set and a small quantity of cloisonné ware £100-150 111. A pair of Eastern figural brass candlesticks, each modelled with a ram, a Tibetan brass bell, two African figures and two snuff boxes £40-60 112. A hardwood Japanese carving of a man riding a fish with golden beaded eye, mounted on a board, the board 48cm x 86cm £60-80 113. A pair of mid 20th Century Chinese scroll paintings of figures in a landscape, each 115cm x 38cm £150-200 114. A Chinese blue and white ginger jar, decorated with flowering prunus branches and birds in flight (lacking cover), 14cm high £200-300 115. A Chinese famille verte porcelain vase, Kangxi marks but of a later period, enamelled with figures among pagodas and flower head motifs to shoulder, 28cm high see illustration £200-300 116. A 19th Century Canton famille rose trumpet vase, decorated with figures in a landscape, 29cm high £50-70 117. A collection of mother-of-pearl gaming tokens, various shapes including fish, approximately 315 £300-500 118. A carved soapstone figure of a seated dog, 27cm high £60-80

Lot 115

Lot 120

119. A Chinese porcelain figural lamp base of a woman in traditional dress reading a scroll, 57cm high £100-150

123. An Indian bronze figure of a seated deity wearing headdress, on an oval wood plinth, 26cm high excluding plinth £120-150

120. A 19th Century Chinese porcelain vase of baluster form decorated with sprays of chrysanthemum flowers, a bird seated on a magnolia branch with butterflies, 35.5cm high see illustration £300-500

124. An Indian carved hardwood panel depicting exotic birds and mythological beasts within a multiple border, 26.5cm x 77cm, in a modern frame £80-120

121. An Indian sandalwood sewing box, the lid finely carved peacocks flanking a coat-of-arms and motto ‘Manu Forte’ within borders of flowers and foliage, the interior fitted compartments with carved covers and turned ivory handles, the sides carved ovoid panels of parrots and flowers, on four paw feet, 30cm wide £80-120 122. An Indian bronze figure of a dancer, on wood plinth, 35.5cm high and sundry Eastern metalwares £80-120

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125. A pair of Middle Eastern brass and enamel lamp bases, the tapering stem on globular bases, scrolling foliate decoration throughout, 66cm high £150-200 126. A pair of Middle Eastern brass vases lobed embossed decoration throughout, adapted as lamps, 70cm high £80-120 127. A set of three 20th Century Chinese School watercolours of galloping horses, signed, each 30cm x 35cm £70-100


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Plated Items, Foreign Silver & White Metal 129. A large quantity of silver plated wares including a claret jug, entrée dish, a pair of candlesticks etc. £60-80 130. A silver plated tankard, inscription of ‘3rd Gloucester Volunteer Rifles’ interest, dated 1863, 12cm high £50-70 131. A large quantity of plated items to include tea sets, serving dishes, bonbon dishes etc. £100-150 132. An old English pattern plated part table service of thirty-one pieces and nine bone handled knives £30-40 133. A Sheffield plate inkstand and pen tray with gadroon border on claw feet, 26cm wide £40-50 134. A plated two-handled tureen and cover, 40cm wide, a trefoil shaped biscuit and cheese dish and a pair of salad servers £40-60 135. A Sheffield plate food dome, crested and a plated entrée dish and cover £60-80 136. A pair of Sheffield plate chamber candlesticks with wavy rims and snuffers £60-80 137. A silver plated rectangular tray, with foliate scroll pierced borders and handles, 64cm wide £50-70 138. A pair of two-branch three-light plated candelabra, each with scrolling arms and foliate rims, 51cm high see illustration £300-500

Lot 138 139. A German silver part service of flatware comprising five table spoons, six table forks and six knives, weighable silver 766gm and a quantity of various silver plated flatware £180-220

144. A set of six silver and enamel coffee spoons, BES Co., Birmingham 1966, retailed by Asprey and four Norwegian silver and white enamel mounted salt and pepper pots £70-90

140. A set of six Norwegian silver coffee spoons, a Victorian silver vesta case a large silver mounted scent bottle, two napkin rings, an ashtray, two miniature scent bottles and a pocket watch £70-90

145. A set of Danish silver and enamel coffee spoons, bearing import marks, in a fitted case and a set of four Norwegian silver and white enamel salt and pepper pots £70-90

141. A cased set of Indian white metal napkin rings, Cooke & Kelvey, Calcutta, each of hexagonal form and engraved for ‘Amy’ and ‘Sam’, boxed £30-50 142. A late 19th Century Indian white metal visiting card case, embossed elephant, tigers and palm trees to one side the reverse with figures within palm trees, 10cm wide £100-150 143. A white metal Greek Orthodox triptych, various cuff links and sundries £40-60

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146. A set of six Danish silver gilt coffee spoons, W & S Sorensen, in a fitted case and a set of four Norwegian silver and white enamel mounted salt and pepper pots £70-90 147. A set of twelve Norwegian silver and enamel mounted salt and pepper pots, eight in white enamel, four in green enamel £100-150 148. A Chinese export silver chopstick rest, Zee Sung, Shanghai, of circular form, 10cm diameter, boxed £40-60


155. Six Indian white metal ashtrays, some marked Silver, each centred with a one rupee coin (1835, 1840, 1901, 1905, 1916, 1889-1964), approximately 370gm £80-120 156. A pair of Indian white metal dishes, marked Silver, with wavy rims on three pointed feet and another pair similar, approximately 315gm £40-60

Silver 157. A child’s silver rattle, Alexander Bros Ltd, Birmingham 1901, in the form of a horn, 12.5cm long £50-70

Lot 153 149. An Indian silver chain link belt, the central section with two square floral panels suspended on a wide link chain, 85cm long £150-200 150. A Russian silver jug with matched bowl, the bowl Birmingham 1962 and a globular vase marked 835 £60-80 151. A Spanish silver teapot, marked Sterling, a twin handled bowl, an oval embossed dish, a slender ewer, a square footed dish and a circular dish £150-200

153. A late Anglo-Saxon style chalice and paten, unmarked, with planished surface, on a domed foot, 19cm high, approximately 850gm Note: This form is similar to the Trewhiddle Cup in the British Museum see illustration £500-700 154. An Indian white metal four-piece tea and coffee set, marked Silver, with leaf and scroll decoration to the borders and leaf type feet and a similar bowl with presentation inscription, approximately 2440gm see illustration £300-500

152. A Spanish silver leaf shaped dish, 14cm diameter, a smaller similar, a pair of vine leaf shaped dishes and another £40-60

158. A silver cigarette case of rectangular form with all over engine turned decoration, stamped Sterling 925 £80-100 159. A silver drum-shaped mustard pot, HA, Sheffield 1897, two oval salts and another salt £50-70 160. A silver mounted horn flask, another similar, a pair of silver wine labels for Whisky and Sherry, two other wine labels, a silver cigarette case and a pair of silver ashtrays £100-150 161. A silver mounted scent bottle, a pierced bonbon dish with circular foot and a set of four circular salts £60-80

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170. A Victorian swing handled silver sugar basin, EH, London 1884, of half-ribbed oval form, approximately 140gm £70-100 171. A William IV silver snuff box, Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1830, with reeded sides, engraved borders and silver gilt interior £100-150 172. A silver vesta case, Chester 1899, of slightly curved form with two compartments, four other vesta cases and a match book holder £150-200 173. Two Georgian silver berry spoons, with later embossed and gilt decoration, cased £40-60

Lot 162 162. A silver rose bowl, D & A, Birmingham 1918, with presentation inscription from the tenants of the Slebeck Estate to Mr Sackville Owen, approximately 1510gm see illustration £400-600 163. A square silver salver, Crichton Brothers, Britannia marks for London 1914, with pie-crust edge on scroll feet, 22cm wide, approximately 490gm £150-200

168. A pair of William IV silver lorgnettes, London 1830, of usual form £40-60 169. A George II style silver sauce boat, HA, Sheffield 1910, with leaf capped scroll handle and a circular silver bowl, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1928, approximately 450gm £120-180

174. A silver egg cup, cased, a set of six coffee spoons, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1971, cased and a large collection of Georgian and later teaspoons including one by James Barber & William Whitewall, York 1815, approximately 375gm £100-150

164. A George III silver egg cup stand and six egg cups, Peter & William Bateman, London 1813, the rounded rectangular frame with reeded loop handle and on fluted feet, with six spoons by John, Henry & Charles Lias, approximately 520gm see illustration £300-500 165. A silver mounted hip flask, Sheffield 1909, with pull-off cup and half leather covered £100-150 166. A silver gilt replica of the Vapheio cup, George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Birmingham 1915, approximately 315gm £80-120 167. A silver bowl, GA, London 1872, circular with beaded edge and Greek key border, 13cm diameter, a cigarette case, inscribed and dated 1954 and silver fronted photograph frame, total weighable approximately 355gm £100-150

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Lot 175 175. A silver caddy spoon, JM, London 1973, with openwork tree form panel to the handle and planished finish see illustration £60-80 176. A matched set of old English pattern silver flatware, Georgian and later, comprising six table spoons, six table forks, six dessert spoons and six dessert forks, approximately 1335gm £300-500 177. A George III silver old English pattern basting spoon, London 1782, six old English pattern table spoons various and a fiddle pattern fork, approximately 525gm £150-200

Lot 181 181. An Edwardian embossed silver aide-mémoire, Henry Mathews, Birmingham 1900, depicting serenaders to one side and a terrace with distant city to the other, 10.5cm wide see illustration £300-400 182. An Edwardian embossed silver card case, Crisford & Norris, Birmingham 1905, the front with stag in a mountain landscape, the reverse with central cartouche within a surround of C scrolls, 10cm wide see illustration £150-200

183. A cut glass claret jug with silver mounts, E & P, Birmingham 1904, 24cm high £80-120 184. A circular silver salver, GH, Sheffield 1927, on four anthemion feet, 36cm diameter, approximately 1080gm £200-250 185. A circular silver bowl and sundry other silver £80-120

178. A Victorian silver christening set, FH, London 1856, comprising knife, fork and spoon each with figural handle and vine leaves to the stem, inscribed ‘A M Barry, Liverpool 1862’ gross weight approximately 209gm £200-300 179. A pair of George III silver berry spoons, George Ferris, Exeter 1813, two table spoons and a fork, approximately 310gm £80-120 180. A quantity of Georgian and later silver teaspoons, various, with bright cut decoration, a cigarette case, a silver Empire Exhibition teaspoon, 1938 and a pair of weighted candlesticks, weighable 230gm £80-120

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Lot 188

186. A Victorian silver egg cup stand and six egg cups, Fenton Brothers, Sheffield 1874, the tripod handle of naturalistic form to a circular stand engraved ferns and with beaded border, retailed by Howell & James, Regent Street, 20.5cm diameter, approximately 1055gm see illustration £400-600 187. A George III silver sugar basin, London 1792, of oval shape with loop handles, pierced sides and on fluted feet, inscription to interior ‘The Gift of Mary Vanasour’, 22cm wide £150-200 188. A large Victorian silver goblet, Charles Stuart Harris, London 1875, with engraved decoration, knopped stem and beaded circular foot, crested, 30.5cm high, approximately 830gm see illustration £600-800 189. A pair of Victorian silver mounted decanters, Edward Brown, London 1886, each with waisted glass body, the silver collar with beaded detailing, one with associated stopper, overall 25cm high £100-200 190. A silver table centrepiece, Asprey & Co Ltd, London 1968, modelled as a tree with three children in silver gilt playing beneath the branches, 26.5cm high, approximately 1955gm see illustration £1000-1500 Further images & information at www.chorleys.com

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195. A silver three-piece cruet set, Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1968, of lobed form, in a fitted case, approximately 200gm £120-150 196. A set of twelve silver and mother-of-pearl handled dessert knives and forks, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1967, the knives with stainless steel blades, the forks with silver tines and twelve similar mother-of-pearl handled fruit knives £150-200 197. A silver letter knife, JS, London 1977, the oval onyx terminal overlaid with stylised letter A highlighted with diamonds, 22cm long £150-200 198. A Georgian style silver mug, EHP Co Ltd, Sheffield 1967, with leaf capped scroll handle, 13cm high, approximately 315gm £150-200 199. A pair of silver-backed hair brushes and a pair of clothes brushes, Adie Bros Ltd, Birmingham 1956/7, with engine turned decoration, initialled £70-100

Lot 191 191. A pair of silver and ivory mounted candlesticks, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1892, of Corinthian column form with reeded and fluted ivory columns, 27cm high (weighted) and a plated candle snuffer see illustration £600-800 192. A textured silver mug, Asprey & Co Ltd, London 1973, 12.5cm high, approximately 480gm £300-500 193. A silver dish commemorating Queen Victoria, SM, London 1973, limited edition 203/1500, 13cm diameter and two other circular silver dishes, approximately 530gm £180-220 194. A pair of silver and silver gilt candlesticks, Asprey & Co Ltd, London 1966, cast throughout with leaves, the bases each with three partridge, presentation inscription under foot rim, 27.5cm high, approximately 3840gm see illustration £3000-5000

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207. A silver mounted desk calendar, Birmingham 1937, the silver frame surrounding a date aperture with wavy border, mounted on an ebonised wood base, 21.5cm wide and a silver mounted cut glass ink well £60-80

Lot 201 200. A pair of silver letter knives, Asprey & Co, London 1981, commemorating the marriage of Charles and Diana, with Prince of Wales insignia to the terminals, a silver vesta case, a white metal letter opener and a plated caviar spoon £70-100 201. A silver and enamel plaque, Anthony Hawksley, London 1976, depicting a sailing boat by a rocky coast, with an easel back, 42mm x 50mm see illustration £100-150

208. A pair of George III silver candlesticks, maker unidentified, London 1767, the detachable drip trays on reel sockets, knopped stems and shaped square bases, the drip trays, knops and bases all with shell corners, 23cm high see illustration £600-800

212. A set of six silver grapefruit spoons, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1938, in fitted case and a set of six silver teaspoons CB & S, Sheffield 1918, cased £80-120 213. A near pair of Irish silver sauce ladles, Lawrence Nolan, Dublin 1818 and 1821, both retailed by Stewart, each of fiddle pattern with rat tail to the bowl, crested £70-90

209. A part silver-backed dressing table set comprising a hand mirror, lint brush and clothes brush, each with engine turned design and central monogram along with an associated clothes brush £40-60 210. A pair of Irish silver candle snuffers, James le Bas, Dublin 1812, retailed by West, with shell decoration and faintly crested £250-350

211. A pair of Irish silver sugar tongs, JS, Dublin circa 1790, with shell bowls and bright cut decoration to the arms £60-80

214. Three Irish silver sauce ladles, Samuel Neville, Dublin 1819, each of fiddle pattern and with pouring lip, initialled C and another similar, IS, Dublin 1822 with rat tail to the bowl, crested £120-180 215. An Irish silver bowl, Dublin 1914, with beaded S-scroll handles on a low circular foot, 7cm high £70-100

202. A silver model of a Shetland pony, London 1974, 6cm high, approximately 130gm £80-120 203. A George III silver ladle, Peter & William Bateman, London 1806, initialled to terminal, approximately 150gm £150-200 204. Three George III silver wine labels, Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1809, of canted rectangular form, for Claret, Sherry and Port £100-150 205. A drum shaped silver mustard pot, James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1923, with gadrooned rim and a silver sauce boat, approximately 200gm £70-100 206. An Art Deco silver-backed hand mirror and brush, Birmingham 1936, a pair of desk candlesticks and a silver fronted photograph frame £80-120 Lot 208

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216. A George III silver wine label, makers mark of Thomas Ollivant of Manchester overstriking another, London 1796, with a canted, reeded border, for Sherry £60-80 217. An Art Nouveau silver mounted jar, Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1903, the cover depicting a lady picking flowers, two silver mounted cut glass scent bottles and three silver mounted jars £80-120 218. A silver sugar bowl, JMB, Chester 1905, on three lion mask capped legs, an Art Nouveau cup holder, Sheffield 1910, a small trophy cup, two pin dishes and a pair of open salts with spoons, approximately 410gm £100-150 219. A pair of silver salad servers, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd., Sheffield 1926, a cased set of teaspoons ‘The Sovereign Queens’, John Pinches, Sheffield 1977, a sauce ladle etc., approximately 465gm £120-180 220. A Victorian silver basket weave or fishing net caddy spoon, George Fox, London 1869, with rope twist handle and another shell form Georgian caddy spoon £100-150 221. A faux tortoiseshell and silver mounted manicure set, Adie Bros, Birmingham 1923, and a pair of steel scissors, in a fitted case £80-120 222. A silver stamp box, Edward Souter Barnsley & Co, Birmingham 1910, with hinged lid on ball feet, 6cm wide, a silver desk calendar, Birmingham 1910, fitted ivorine date cards, a silver pen tray and a small letter knife £120-180 223. A silver matchbox holder, London 1896, with hinged cover to each end, 7.5cm wide and a pill box, Adie & Lovekin, Birmingham 1925 £60-80 224. An Irish silver bud vase, Dublin 1974, of slender form with Celtic design knop on a circular foot, 14.5cm high and a pair of circular bonbon dishes, John Edward Wilmot, Birmingham 1908, 10cm diameter, approximately 190gm £100-150

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225. An oval silver tea caddy, Henry Wilkinson, Sheffield 1902, with scroll embossed decoration, 9cm high, approximately 105gm £80-120 226. An octagonal silver trinket box, A & J Zimmerman, Birmingham 1914, with engine-turned cover, initialled, two Victorian silver pounce pots and a Victorian caster £80-120 227. A silver gilt stamp box, William & George Neal, London 1901, with turquoise cabochon to the cover, 3cm wide £80-120 228. A Victorian silver gilt mounted rouge box, Thomas Wheeler, London 1896, with hammered cover enclosing inner cover to a cut glass base, 8cm wide £50-70 229. A George III silver mug, London 1786, of small size with reeded bands and handle, inscribed beneath, 6.5cm high, approximately 74gm £60-80 230. A silver sovereign and half sovereign holder, Birmingham 1909, the engraved case initialled within a cartouche, 5cm wide £60-80

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231. Six fiddle pattern silver teaspoons, JS, Exeter 1858, initialled W and another six silver fiddle pattern teaspoons, Joseph Ridge, Sheffield 1896, initialled, approximately 300gm £80-120 232. A Victorian silver tea and coffee set, Joseph Angell, London 1853, of octagonal form with scroll handles and engraved decoration, initialled R, coffee pot 28cm high, approximately 2265gm see illustration £700-1000 233. An oval silver salver, James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1898, centred by a vacant shield shaped cartouche and on claw and ball feet, approximately 375gm £120-180 234. A Victorian silver salver, Daniel & Charles Houle, London 1844, with piecrust edge, initialled R, 22cm diameter, approximately 435gm £150-200 235. A set of four George III silver salts, D & R Hennell, London 1768, of oval open form with gadrooned borders on shell capped legs, three with blue glass liners, approximately 362gm £150-200

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242. A silver mustard pot, London 1922, of circular form on lion mask and paw legs, an oval mustard pot, two sifter spoons, a toast rack and a pair of shell shaped salts (unmarked), approximately 370gm £120-150 243. A Goliath pocket watch in a silver fronted case, Birmingham 1906, the case with engine turned decoration and easel back, two silver backed hand mirrors, a silver backed brush and a silver mount from a hip flask £80-120 244. A set of six silver and mother-of-pearl handled dessert knives and forks, Sheffield 1899 and a white metal bucket, unmarked £80-120

Objets de Vertu 250. A late 19th Century mother-of-pearl writing card case, the front with engraved floral lozenge and foliate surround, 11cm wide £120-150 251. A late 19th Century mother-of-pearl visiting card case, the front with engraved floral lozenge, 9.5cm wide £100-120

Lot 236 236. A Queen Anne Britannia standard silver chocolate pot, marks rubbed, the domed cover with hinged finial and scroll thumbpiece, fitted a carved scroll handle to the side, 26cm high, approximately 850gm see illustration £800-1200 237. A bachelor’s silver teapot, TH, Birmingham 1897, of half ribbed form, a Georgian silver cream jug and a silver swing handled basket, approximately 635gm £200-300 238. A pair of Victorian silver fish servers, HH, Sheffield 1864, with reeded mother-of-pearl handles, the fish slice with engraved decoration of an Eastern port, in a fitted case £80-120

239. A set of four silver open salts, WHL, Birmingham 1898, of gadrooned form with four salts spoons (one glass liner missing), a similar pair of pepper pots and a mustard pot £60-80 240. A set of six silver teaspoons and the matching tongs, Sheffield 1928, cased, two sets of six silver handled fruit knives and a cased set of plated nutcrackers and picks £60-80 241. A Victorian silver dish, SWS, London 1895, of wavy outline with pierced embossed border, 20.5cm diameter, approximately 230gm £60-80

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252. A late 19th Century mother-of-pearl writing card case with flower decoration, 10.5cm wide and another engraved foliage, 9cm wide £80-120 253. A set of six mother-of-pearl butter knives in a fitted case by Asprey & Co. £60-80 254. A Russian Palekh box, the hinged cover decorated figures on horseback with a castle in the background, 11.5cm wide £70-100 255. Twelve glass and gilt metal mounted place name holders modelled as pears, 8cm high, and two sterling silver table decorations modelled as fruit £80-120 256. An Italian silver and enamel miniature band, Vittorio Angini, comprising eight musicians see illustration £200-300


265. A German porcelain box, 19th Century, the cover decorated musicians within a border of gilt foliate trails, the sides similarly decorated, the inner cover with portrait of a lady, (restorations), 9cm wide £80-100 266. A quantity of white metal pill boxes, a heart-shaped scent bottle, a circular dish and a miniature magnifying glass £40-60 Lot 256 257. A large quantity of silver and white metal miniatures, including Dutch and Italian examples, many marked 925, some marked Medusa, including domestic items such as sewing machines and irons as well as carts, sailing boats, bicycle etc £400-600 258. A Bilston enamel patch box, the oval cover depicting hen and chicks with motto ‘I Prise the Gift because I Love the Giver’ with pale blue enamel sides, 4cm wide see illustration £100-150 259. A gilt metal mounted walnut shell etui fitted with thimble, scent bottles, scissors, etc. £500-700 260. A French enamel box of shield shape, the cover decorated ships coming in to harbour, the sides in green, 5.5cm wide see illustration £100-150

261. A Bilston enamel box, the circular top decorated a lady and gallant in a landscape, the sides with floral sprays on a white ground, 6.5cm diameter see illustration £200-300 262. A Bilston enamel box, the oval top and sides decorated reserves of flowers within raised white scroll borders to a pink ground, 6cm wide see illustration £150-200 263. A Bilston enamel patch box, the oval cover with vignette of a lady reclining beneath a tree within a border of raised white beads to a mottled mauve ground, 5.5cm wide see illustration £300-500 264. A Bilston enamel box, the circular top decorated flowers within a hexagonal reserve, the sides with floral sprays on a white ground, 4.5cm diameter see illustration £150-200

267. A group of snuff boxes, 18th Century and later, including examples in horn, tortoiseshell and papier mâché (11) £150-200 268. A Parker ‘Duofold’ fountain pen with black body and 18ct gold nib, in original fitted case £50-70 269. An 18th Century trinket box, the pierced cover over a blue enamel ground, 8cm wide £70-100 270. A Victorian papier mâché and shell inlaid ring box, 7cm wide and a pickle fork with mother-of-pearl handle £40-60 271. A Bilston enamel scent bottle holder, with domed cover decorated oval reserves to a blue and white trellis ground, 5.5cm high see illustration £200-300

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Jewellery & Watches


288. A Victorian 18ct gold wedding band with later set seed pearl cluster, size M £100-150

Jewellery & Watches 273. A quantity of silver medallions of Irish Dancing interest, Dublin hallmarks, mainly 1940’s - 1950’s, some with enamel decoration, some inscribed, and a bronze example, (23) £100-150

289. A sapphire and diamond cluster ring with pierced shoulders to a 9ct gold band, size L and another diamond and sapphire cluster ring with engine turned shoulders to a 9ct gold band, size J £150-200

274. A quantity of costume jewellery to include an enamel and marcasite brooch depicting a cockerel, another depicting a small dog, etc. £80 -120

290. A peridot and diamond ring and four paste set rings £100-150

275. Various gold and other studs, an enamel brooch etc. £150-200

291. A quantity of gold, silver and costume jewellery to include a gold ‘21st Birthday’ charm, an unmarked gold coloured foliate pierced and onyx set pendant, an unmarked gold coloured crucifix, a pair of clover ear studs, two pairs of silver and amber ear pendants etc. £50-70

276. A Renaissance revival enamel and gem set brooch, the cartouche surmounted by two cherubs with chain suspension see illustration £300-500 277. A diamond five-stone ring set to an 18ct gold band, size P½ £100-150 278. A quantity of various brooches and pins, predominantly gold mounted, to include a Victorian bar brooch set with a diamond, a gold, seed pearl and amethyst set bar brooch, a cameo brooch, a silver floral set brooch and fifteen others £200-300 279. A silver coin pendant, two garnet set pendants and a gold coloured pendant and chain £50-70 280. An opal and diamond dress ring, the oval opal cabochon set to a round of ten illusion set diamonds to a 9ct gold band, ring size K £120-150 281. A ruby and diamond cluster ring to a 9ct gold band, size M½, a ruby set half-eternity ring, an illusion set diamond ring and one other £100-150 282. An amethyst and marcasite set dress ring, the large oval pierced face set with central stone to a silver mount, another two silver dress rings and a pair of marcasite ear pendants £50-70

Lot 276 283. A diamond five-stone ring set to an 18ct gold band, size O and a diamond set ring with bow pierced setting to an 18ct gold and platinum band, size M½ £120-150 284. A diamond cluster ring to a 9ct gold band, size M½ and another diamond cluster ring to a 9ct gold and platinum setting £120-150 285. A sapphire and diamond cluster ring of tiered oval form set in a 9ct gold band, size Q and a garnet and diamond cluster ring to a 9ct gold setting, size M½ £100-150

292. A modern Lalique ‘Ice Light Libellule’ necklace, the silver stylised pendant modelled as a pair of dragonflies centred by two graduated blue crystal drops, stamped Lalique, cased within original box with certificate see illustration £100-150 293. An 18ct gold, cultured pearl and diamond pendant necklace, modelled as a cross over with line set diamonds and a single cultured pearl suspended beneath and a similar 9ct gold ring, size M £80-120

286. An emerald and diamond cluster ring of crossover design set with four small graduating diamonds to each shoulder, to a 9ct gold band, size M and a garnet and diamond dress ring, size L £60-80 287. A sapphire and diamond cluster pendant, the oval brilliant cut sapphire within a surround of illusion set diamonds, suspended on a chain £80-100 Lot 292

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303. A pair of Chinese yellow precious metal cufflinks, each with Chinese character to oval face and plain back bar, approximately 8gm £100-150 304. A pair of 9ct gold cufflinks, each with rectangular stepped and engine turned faces with plain back bars, approximately 18gm £150-200 305. A kunzite dress ring on an 18ct gold shank together with a matching pendant, overall weight approximately 21.5gm, maker’s mark CB see illustration £300-400

Lot 305 294. A pair of diamond ear studs, each set with four diamonds within a square platinum mount, a pair of blue diamond ear studs and a matching single stone pendant necklace £250-350

301. A pair of 9ct rose gold cufflinks, of plain oval form, approximately 11gm, a pair of 18ct gold cufflinks of plain oval form, a pair of 9ct gold studs, approximately 5.2gm £150-200

295. A 9ct gold, opal and diamond pendant with hinged clasp and a pair of 9ct gold amethyst set drop earrings £60-80

302. A pair of 9ct gold cufflinks, each with monogram to oval face with engine turned back bar, approximately 7gm, and a pair of 10ct rose gold oval cufflinks initialled and dated 1921, approximately 10gm £100-150

296. An 18ct gold, emerald and diamond five-stone ring, stamped maker’s mark R & T, size N½ and a circular brooch set with rubies and cultured pearls £100-150

306. A Masonic collaret and jewel by Toye & Co., London, with motto ‘Dieu Notre Pays Et Roy’ £20-30 307. An aquamarine and garnet ring by H Stern, of stylised form with a wavy line of graduated garnets flanked by conforming lines of aquamarines, in a textured mount, signed S see illustration £600-700

297. A pair of 18ct gold cufflinks by Cropp & Farr, London of oval form with a cobalt blue enamelled centre within a cream and gilt banded enamel surround £150-200 298. A Gucci 9400 gentleman’s chronograph wristwatch with stainless steel and 18ct gold plated strap, boxed and a gentleman’s Seiko wristwatch £80-120 299. A 9ct gold fancy link bracelet with heart locket clasp, a tri-colour 9ct gold bracelet, a 9ct gold curb link bracelet, a star pendant and a gem set ring £100-150 300. A 9ct gold cased Accurist lady’s wristwatch with fancy link bracelet £50-70

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Lot 319

308. A diamond three-stone ring set within a stylised platinum crossover mount and band, size K £200-300

314. A citrine, amethyst and seed pearl pendant necklace in stylised oval 9ct gold setting and chain £100-150

309. A 9ct gold hinged bangle with engraved buckle detail, a seed pearl and turquoise set bar brooch, a pair of 9ct gold drop ear pendants, a Hungarian gem set brooch and a gold chain £150-200

315. An Arts and Crafts style turquoise and pearl pendant necklace set in 9ct gold on a chain, total length 24.5cm long see illustration £100-150

310. A group of turquoise set jewellery comprising a graduated oval set necklace, a chain linked necklace with six turquoise cabochons and two pairs of earrings £60-80 311. A small quantity of costume jewellery comprising a seed pearl sewn brooch in the form of a Maltese cross, a pair of similar earrings, a silver Art Nouveau brooch, a Trifari floral spray brooch and various others £60-80 312. A pair of Indian silver filigree pendant earrings, each with large floral drop and set with a small ruby, another two pairs of filigree earrings and a bangle £100-150 313. A diamond and white gold naval or sweetheart brooch, stamped 375, 2.5cm wide £100-150

316. Three gold, cultured pearl and seed pearl bar brooches, a carved coral cameo brooch to a silver mount and a stylised flowerhead blue paste set brooch £150-200 317. A blue enamelled and yellow metal locket, a yellow metal locket with oval name plate for ‘Frances’ and dated verso ‘14 Jan 1918’, a white metal mourning ring and a carnelian set seal crested for the Moultrie family £200-300 318. A small group of various silver and white metal comprising an oval trinket box of plain form on four scroll feet, a cased Christening spoon, four various brooches, a bangle, a bracelet, a locket and two green stone jadeite type necklaces £150-200

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319. An elaborate filigree hinged bangle with flowerhead and leaf decoration throughout Provenance: formerly the property of Sarah Grand, Victorian feminist writer see illustration £150-200 320. A leather jewellery box containing an Indian silver fringe necklace marked PAR, a paste set ribbon brooch, two small pins and a swizzle stick £60-80 321. A large quantity of costume jewellery including bead necklaces, ear clips, wristwatches etc £60-80 322. A quantity of Eastern jewellery including bangles, filigree brooch and a Siamese niello panel bracelet £150-200 323. A 22ct gold wedding band, approximately 4gm, a broken 22ct gold wedding band, approximately 1.4gm, a 9ct gold elephant charm and sundry scrap gold £200-300 324. A multi gem set cocktail ring of modern design, two other cocktail rings and a pair of ear clips £150-200

Jewellery & Watches


Lot 328 325. A coral and pearl three-stone ring set in 9ct gold, size M, a garnet and pearl dress ring set in 9ct gold, a pair of pearl earrings with screw fixings in 14ct gold, a gem set tie pin and a gem set bar brooch £200-300 326. A stainless steel Rolex Oyster watch, shock resisting, dual leaver, manual wind, screw case back, circa 1953, fitted boy’s size replacement strap, numbered 507450 £400-600 327. A 9ct gold two-strand watch chain with clip to each end and T bar, approximately 21.5gm £150-200

328. An 18ct gold cased half-hunter pocket watch, the dial cover with Roman numerals in blue enamel, the white enamelled dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and signed Rotherhams, London, the inner case back with presentation inscription dated 1944 movement numbered 94107 see illustration £600-800 329. A ruby and seed pearl pendant of circular shape set in 9ct gold on a fine link neck chain £40-60

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330. A pair of paste ear pendants, each with pear shaped drop within a conforming frame, sundry costume jewellery, a silver pepper pot etc. £50-70 331. An open-faced silver pocket watch, a silver chain, a gold chain, bracelet and two rings £250-300


Pictures


Prints 333. André-Charles Coppier, Les Eaux-Fortes authentiques de Rembrandt, Paris, folio of prints in slip cases and; Honoré Fragonard, Gravures pour les Comtes de Lafontaine circa 1880 £60-80 334. Bakst (Léon) Synthèse de l’œuvre du Maître en 25 planches, Editions Labor et Artes, Paris 1928, missing 1, 2, 5, 9, 20-25 see illustration £600-800 335. An 1876 Gloucestershire auction poster, 68cm x 48cm and a 1835 poster of the list of the members of the reformed parliament, 51cm x 39cm £30-50 336. AR Clare Leighton (British 1898-1989) LIMING signed limited edition 20/30 woodcut, 22cm x 31cm £100-150 337. After Albrecht Durer THE KNIGHT DEATH AND THE DEVIL THE PRODIGAL SON SAINT JEROME IN HIS STUDY MELANCHOLIA I four engravings, 23cm x 18cm £80-120

338. AR William Russell Flint (British 1880-1941) INTERLUDE signed and printed in 1967 by Reed Limited lithograph, 30cm x 55cm £80-120 339. AR William Russell Flint (British 1880-1941) THE SHOWER signed print, 44cm x 58cm £140-160 340. AR William Russell Flint (British 1880-1941) THE SECRET RETREAT signed print, 45cm x 60cm and two reproduction William Russell Flint prints £120-180 341. An early 20th Century album of photographs from India, ‘Souvenir of Mysore’ to include images of various palaces, waterfalls, temples and elephants, signed and dated 10.9.14 and a Victorian book type bound album (empty) £50-70 342. A black & white photograph of the 1930 Greyhound Derby Waterloo cup winner ‘Church Street’ indistinctly signed ‘JV Higton’ 29.5cm x 37cm £80-120

344. John Speed MAP OF NORTHUMBERLAND with inset town maps of Newcastle and Barwick hand coloured engraving, 39cm x 51.5cm £60-80 345. Capt. J Luard CAMP AT SHEKOABAD aquatint, 17cm x 25.5cm and a large quantity of 19th Century and later prints £80-120 346. 19th Century VIEW OF THE CITY OF BATH FROM THE SOUTH EAST engraving, 26cm x 35cm and other engravings of Bath £150-200 347. Gardner and Darton A COMPARATIVE PICTURE OF THE PRINCIPAL WATERFALLS OF THE WORLD A COMPARATIVE PICTURE OF THE PRINCIPAL MOUNTAINS AND RIVERS OF THE WORLD a pair coloured engravings, 38cm x 56cm £80-120 348. Christina Thoresby FLORAL STUDY and sundry pictures £40-60

Lot 334

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343. A quantity of 19th Century and later photographs and albums, an early 20th Century botany notebook and a quantity of postcards and albums £70-90

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352. Livars after Swanson SIX ORNITHOLOGICAL STUDIES six hand coloured prints, 16.5cm x 10.5cm in decorative frames £100-150 353. A group of political cartoons including Whig Retrenchment, humorous watercolour, Whims and Oddities No. 24 etc £80-120 354. Early 19th Century English School THE 10TH (THE PRINCE OF WALES OWN) ROYAL REGIMENT OF LIGHT DRAGOONS six satirical hand coloured engravings, 23cm x 33.5cm and smaller £120-150 355. After Charles Williams (1797-1830) THE FATHER’S DARLING hand coloured engraving, 32cm x 23cm and another satirical print ‘Preparations for Hostilities’ £50-70 356. After William Russell Flint PROVENCAL SISTERS reproduction print, 33cm x 45cm a 19th Century watercolour of a country track and a photograph of a yacht named ‘Mistress’ £30-40 357. AR Edmund Blampied (British 1886-1966) COME ON BOYS signed etching, 12cm x 17.5cm £150-200 358.

Marie Cutler ’FRANK’ portrait of a man smoking a cigarette signed on the mount, exhibition labels verso for 1936 and 1938 bromide print, 29.5cm x 24.5cm £40-60

Lot 349 349. Maurice & Edward Detmold THE JUNGLE BOOK sixteen illustrations of subjects from the Kipling book published by Macmillan & Co. Ltd, 1903, a complete set of fine chromolithographic plates, each with title, in the original decorative cloth portfolio depicting a griffin in gilt see illustration £800-1200

350. William Tatton Winter (British 1855-1928) ALL SAINTS FROM THE STOUR etching, 36cm x 21.5cm and ST. MARGARETS STREET, CANTERBURY etching, 35cm x 25.5cm £40-60

359. Richard Samuel Chattock (1825-1906) CHAGFORD BRIDGE initialled and dated 1882 etching, 18.5cm x 29cm and sundry hand coloured prints depicting London scenes £30-50

351. Four decorative chromolithographs depicting tropical birds, each 28cm x 23cm £100-150

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Pictures


360. After John Raphael Smith THE CREDULOUS LADY AND ASTROLOGER oval stipple engraving, 35cm x 29cm Note: Label with provenance verso £80-120 361. Auvray after Fragonard LES JETS D’EAU AND LES PÉTARDS engravings, 26cm x 31cm and two other engravings £30-50 362. Richard Dighton (British 1795-1880) THE MIRROR OF THE TIMES etching, 28cm x 16.5cm and sundry prints £50-70 363. Herbert Dicksee (British 1862-1942) WHERE’S MASTER? facsimile print, 36cm x 56cm another depicting a recumbent wolfhound and sundry sporting prints £40-60

Watercolours 365. A miniature portrait of Rev Heslop, Rector of Skelton, watercolour on ivory, 8.5cm x 6.5cm together with another of his wife, both within leather and velvet lined cases, together with a small quantity of sundries £60-80 366. A pair of 19th Century portrait miniatures of a young boy and a young girl each in circular gilt metal mounts, framed as one, with a lock of hair between them painted on ivory, each 5cm diameter see illustration £200-300 367. A 19th Century painting on ivory depicting Venus imploring Cupid to search for Adonis, ‘By Abel’ on label verso, 16.5cm high x 13.5cm wide see illustration £400-600 368. 19th Century Continental School PORTRAIT OF A BEWHISKERED GENTLEMAN watercolour, 10cm x 8.5cm and a portrait miniature (badly damaged) in frame with enamelled corners £50-70 369. A Regency silhouette bust portrait of a lady, wearing a ribboned bonnet, 7.5cm x 6cm, in a papier-mâché frame, 13.5cm x 12cm £30-50

Lot 366

370. AR Attributed to Edward van Goethem WOODLAND PATH watercolour, 21cm x 34.5cm and Salliann Putman ON THE PATIO watercolour, 37cm x 32.5cm £40-60 371. William John Charles Pitcher (British 1858-1925) COSTUME DESIGNS a group of six from Russia, Italy, Scotland, Belgium, France and South Africa signed and dated 1918 gouache, 27cm x 28cm and smaller £800-1200 372. Geoffrey Woolsey Birks (British 1929-1993) NORTHERN INDUSTRIAL STREET SCENE signed and dated 74’ pen and ink, 22cm x 22cm £200-300 373. 19th Century English School PAIR OF PORTRAITS oval chalk and pastel, 29cm x 22cm £60-80 374. E Geddes HIGHLAND LANDSCAPE watercolour, 23cm x 33cm and three other pictures £80-120

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Lot 367

375. Nicholas Condy NORTH HILL CHURCH, LAUNCESTON,PLYMOUTH watercolour and gouache, 14.5cm x 10.5cm Note: label verso, Nicholas Condy (1793-1857), Nicholas Matthew Condy (1818-1851) £120-150


382. Fernand Maillaud (French 1863-1948) MOTHER & CHILDREN SEATED WITH BIRD signed and dated 1926 ink on paper, 18.5cm x 25.5cm £120-150 383. After Samuel Prout CONTINENTAL RUINS WITH NUMEROUS FIGURES a pair watercolour, 37cm x 26cm £120-150 384. Frank Norie (fl. 1870) CAMELS AND FIGURES IN AN OASIS signed watercolour, 9.5cm x 10.5cm £60-80 385. Otto Tilche (British 19th/20th Century) CAMELS RACING IN A SANDSTORM signed watercolour, 10cm x 15cm £100-150 386. 19th Century French School PARIS STREET SCENE watercolour, 49cm x 35cm £60-80

Lot 381

376. B Carlyle, 19th Century SKETCH OF A HARBOUR VIEW Taken on the Spot by Commodore Carlyle, East India Navy signed, inscribed and dated June 1862 ink on paper, 11.5cm x 48cm £100-150 AR

377. Anne Swankie (British, born 1951) VENETIAN CANAL SCENE signed mixed media on paper, 37.5cm x 37.5cm £60-80 378. AR Ed McLachlan (British, born 1940) 1992 TRIPTYCH each one signed ink and felt pen on paper, 26.5cm x 29.5cm £120-150

379. AR Reginald Daniel Sherrin (British 1891-1971) BLUEBELL WOODS signed gouache on paper, 23.5cm x 34cm and another similar, unsigned £100-150 AR

380. Grace Lodge (British, 20th Century) CHILDREN ON A BEACH signed lower right ink on paper, 39cm x 33cm Note: Grace Lodge illustrated for Enid Blyton £120-160 381. Charles S Graham (American 1852-1911) FIGURES AND SHIPPING ON THE NILE a pair signed watercolour, 25cm x 49cm see illustration £500-700

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387. Herbert Sidney Percy (British 1863-1932) THE COWHERD in a lane with thatched cottages and ducks in the foreground signed watercolour, 33cm x 45cm £100-150 388. Manner of Peter de Wint CATTLE OUTSIDE A COUNTRY HOUSE watercolour, 19.5cm x 29cm £50-70 389. 19th Century School THE FRENCH FLEET IN THE ENTRANCE TO TOULOUSE HARBOUR watercolour, 17.5cm x 35.5cm £80-120 390. 18th Century School A TALL SHIP inscribed and dated 1752 drawing highlighted in gouache a watercolour of RMS Aquitania, dated 1924 and another ink wash and watercolour of a warship, 15.5cm x 8.5cm £100-150

Pictures


Lot 393 391. Bartram Hiles (British 1872-1927) WOMAN SEATED ON A FENCE signed watercolour, 23cm x 35.5cm £60-80 392. Wendy Jelbert (British, 20th Century) SUMMER HEDGEROW signed lower right Jelbert watercolour, 28.25cm x 38.5cm and sundry pictures and prints (9) £60-80 393. Henry Edward Tidmarsh (British, act.1880-1927) PANORAMA OF WESTMINSTER signed and dated 1914 watercolour, 31cm x 90cm Exhibited: Royal Academy 1915 see illustration £1000-1500

396. Early 19th Century English School VIEW OF MORTLAKE watercolour, 28cm x 40.5cm David Cox jnr (1809-1885) STUDY OF A TOWER and another watercolour depicting a bridge £50-70 397. Attributed to Lucy Cheyney BOTANICAL STUDY OF A TULIP watercolour, 24cm x 16cm and sundry botanical prints £20-30 398. Diane Elson (British, born 1953) ’SCHOOL CATS’, ‘SALISBURY MARKET’ AND ‘CATS GOLF’ three watercolours, 12cm x 16.5cm and sundry 20th Century prints £20-30

399. Sir Francis Grant (Scottish 1803-1878) MAN RIDING SIDE-SADDLE pen and ink, 11cm x 17.5cm Provenance: Dickinson, 58 Jermyn St. £200-300 400. AR Henry Rushbury (British 1889-1968) Market Place, Boston watercolour, 43.5cm x 38cm Provenance: Ian MacNicol see illustration £300-500 401. AR Ralston Gudgeon (British 1910-1984) WREN ON BRANCH signed watercolour, 19cm x 16cm £60-80

394. Aaron Edwin Penley (British 1807-1870) HORSE AND CART ON A VILLAGE LANE signed and dated 1859 watercolour, 22cm x 31.5cm £50-70 395. G Winyatt MOONRISE signed and inscribed gouache, 17.5cm x 51cm and Late 19th Century School VIEW OF VENICE watercolour, 25.5cm x 35.5cm £40-60

Lot 400

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402. Ian Eadie (British 1913-1973) ST AVIT SENIEUR signed and dated 70’ watercolour, 33.5cm x 50.5cm and John W Mott UIG SANDS, ISLE OF LEWIS signed and dated 1988 watercolour, 24.5cm x 35cm £50-70 403. A quantity of watercolours, various £40-60 404. Frank Mole TOP LIGHT watercolour, 34cm x 24cm a humorous watercolour, signed Ewald and another watercolour £30-40

Oil Paintings 405. Follower of John Watson Gordon (Scottish 1788-1864) PORTRAITS OF A GENTLEMAN AND HIS WIFE half length, he wearing uniform with Crimea medals on his chest, his wife wearing a floral bonnet and black dress with paisley shawl oil on canvas, 90cm x 70cm £150-200 406. AR Philip Naviasky (British 1894-1983) SLEEPING BABY signed oil on board, 38cm x 46cm £100-150

Lot 411 410. AR Harry Jonas (British 1893-1990) PORTRAIT OF A LADY half length oil on canvas, 75cm x 50cm £80-100 411. AR James Brereton (British, born 1954) ROMNEY AND ARTOIS signed oil on canvas, 59cm x 90cm Provenance: Purchased from Turtle Fine Art, Cheltenham 1989 see illustration £500-700

412. 18th Century Italian School CHERUBS oil on board, 18.5cm x 16cm Note: From the estate of the Late Mr Arthur Golding Barrett see illustration £300-500 413. J Wyatt SHIPPING SCENE signed oil on canvas, 40cm x 60cm £80-100

407. Charles Ferdinand de La Roche ARAB HORSEMEN IN A LANDSCAPE signed oil on panel, 28.5cm x 34.5cm £400-600 408. James C Ward (British 1821-1883) RIVER LANDSCAPE signed and dated 1864 oil on canvas, 60cm x 91cm £200-300 409. 19th Century English School SHIPPING ON THE THAMES inscribed verso ‘Exhibited at Westminster House ‘83 oil on board, 22cm x 34cm £80-120

Lot 412

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Lot 421

414. 19th Century American School ON THE PEMIGEWASSET NEAR BRISTOL, AMERICA monogrammed front and back oil on panel, 12cm x 24.5cm £80-120

417. 19th Century Dutch School STREET SCENES a pair with gilt frames painted for J. Bosboom oil on board, each 17.5cm x 14cm £200-300

415. H Baumgart SUMMER AND WINTER LANDSCAPES a pair signed oil on canvas, 49cm x 99cm another by the same hand a watercolour of a country track by Cardwell Sanderson and a further oil on canvas (5) £50-70

418. Late 19th early 20th Century French School PORTRAIT OF A LADY signed indistinctly stamped verso ‘Apollo, Defenseur des Arts and impressed ‘P.Alexandre, 26BP Bationelles, Paris’ oil on panel, 23cm x 17cm £80-120

416. 19th Century British School COASTAL LANDSCAPE with figures in the foreground oil on paper within an oval mount, 25cm x 30cm £100-150

419. Adolf Kapfhammer (German 1867-1911) WINTER LANDSCAPE signed oil on panel, 99cm x 120cm £250-350

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420. AR Robin Darwin (British 1910-1974) BALLERINA signed lower left oil on canvas, 21cm x 22cm £200-300 421. AR Frank Henry Mason (British 1875-1965) POOL OF LONDON signed and dated ‘98 oil on canvas, 38cm x 58cm Note: Frank Mason is best known for his maritime paintings and Art Deco travel and railway posters see illustration £2000-3000 422. A 19th Century Greek icon, the Madonna and Child, on an oak panel, 54.5cm x 36cm £150-200 423. Joseph Thors (British fl. 1863-1900) RURAL LANDSCAPE with figures and sheep in the foreground oil on panel, 17cm x 28cm £200-300


424. John Frederick Herring, Jnr. (British 1815-1907) HORSES WITH STABLE LAD AND CHICKENS signed and dated oil on canvas, tondo, 56cm diameter see illustration £1500-2000

Lot 424

425. William Kay Blacklock (British 1872-1924) THE STACKYARD, HEMINGFORD ABBOTS, HUNTS signed, dated and titled verso oil on canvas, 33cm x 41cm see illustration £1000-1500 426. AR Lewis Creighton (British 1918-1996) RURAL RIVER SCENE with sheep in a field signed oil on board, 40cm x 50cm £60-80 427. AR Donald H Floyd (British 1892-1965) HAY RICKS signed and dated 1921 oil on canvas, 29cm x 42cm £150-200

Lot 425

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Pictures


Lot 429 428. Early 19th Century English School NAIVE LANDSCAPE WITH A HORSEMAN outside a cottage door with figures within and animals in the lane oil on canvas, 33cm x 42cm £150-200 429. Alexander Hutton (19th Century) THE STEAMER BENCLOE signed and dated 1895 oil on canvas, 45cm x 71cm see illustration £300-500

Lot 431 430. Raffaele Frigerio (Italian 1875-1948) LIGHTING UP signed oil on board, 39cm x 29cm £150-200 431. Manner of Myles Birket Foster VENETIAN SCENE WITH GONDOLAS monogrammed and dated to a sail oil on canvas, 68.5cm x 99.5cm see illustration £500-700

Lot 432

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432. Sydney R Wombill (British, 19th/20th Century) SIMONIAN study of a horse in a stable signed and dated 1891 oil on canvas, 50cm x 60cm Note: Simonian was winner of races including The Brockley Stakes, Liverpool Cup, Brighton Cup and Midland Derby see illustration £700-1000


Lot 433

433. Paul Jones (British, 19th Century) TERRIERS CHASING A FOX HOUNDS ON THE SCENT a pair one signed and dated 1872 oil on canvas, 19.5cm x 29cm see illustration £700-900 434. Early 19th Century English School PORTRAIT OF A LADY wearing a red dress and a white bonnet tied with a blue ribbon oil on canvas, 73.5cm x 61cm see illustration £400-600

Lot 434

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Lot 435

435. James Harris of Swansea (British 1810-1887) FISHERFOLK ON THE FORESHORE with shipping in the distance oil on canvas, 51cm x 69cm (relined) see illustration £1500-2000

436. ‘Faustin’ [Faustin Betbeder] (1847-c.1914) STREET URCHIN LAUGHING AT HOUSEHOLD CAVALRYMAN signed and inscribed Copyright 1894 oil on paper laid onto card, 58cm x 44.5cm see illustration £500-700

Lot 436

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Lot 437

437. Attributed to Sophie Brinisholtz Lemire (French 1785-1819) PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN holding a red book inscribed and dated 1817 verso oil on canvas (relined), 64.5cm x 53cm see illustration £800-1200 438. AR Stephen Darbishire RBA (British, born 1940) BOWL OF ROSES oil on board, 14cm x 18cm Provenance: Richard Hagen, Broadway see illustration £400-600 439. Early 20th Century School PORTRAIT OF A LADY with a white fur collar oil on canvas, 50cm x 40cm £50-70

Lot 438

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440. 19th Century Scottish School PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN seated on a grey horse, holding a hawk and carrying heron oil on panel, 29cm x 24cm £80-120 441. William Henry Mander (British 1850-1922) WELSH MOUNTAIN LANDSCAPES a pair one monogrammed lower right oil on board, 22.5cm x 31cm £300-500 442. AR Colin Dent SUMMER SAILING signed lower left label verso for the RA Summer Exhibition 1998 acrylic on board, 19.25cm x 31.5cm and NAUTICAL REFLECTIONS signed lower right acrylic on board, 40cm x 51cm £60-80

Lot 443

443. 19th Century Continental School STILL LIFES OF FLOWERS IN DELFT VASES a pair oil on canvas, 67.5cm x 54cm see illustration £400-600 444. Jeannie Ross (Australian, born 1969) BUSH HONEY ANTS oil on board, 39cm x 72cm Note: Jeannie Ross is a Warlpiri woman from Yuendemu, Northern Territory and the sister of artist Maxie Tjampitjinpa £150-200 445. Josling STILL LIFE WITH BOWL OF SUMMER FLOWERS signed oil on canvas, 72.5cm x 105cm £200-300 446. Manner of Sassoferrato MADONNA AND CHILD in a Florentine style gilt frame oil on canvas, 47.5cm x 43cm £80-120 447. Thomas Bardwell (British 1704-1767) PORTRAIT OF A LADY in profile, wearing a white dress and veil signed and indistinctly dated 176* oil on canvas, 74.5cm x 60.5cm Note: By family repute the sitter is a member of the Dashwood family see illustration £1500-2000

Lot 447

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TOYS & DOLLS


Toys & Dolls 450. A Limoges bisque head doll, stamped ‘Fabrication Francais’, Cherie 7, with fixed eyes and open mouth, composition body, in a cream silk dress with matching bonnet, 50cm high £80-120 451. A hand built wooden doll’s house complete with a quantity of hand built and manufactured furnishings, 51cm high £100-150 452. A 20th Century doll’s house, the exterior modelled as a Tudor style half-timbered house, divided into eight rooms and extensively furnished, to include kitchen, hallway, drawing room, nursery and two bedrooms, the removable house front replicating the room divisions, 100cm wide x 104cm high see illustration £1000-1500

Lot 452

Lot 452

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461. A French wax head doll with composition and stuffed body, fixed glass eyes, in a cream silk dress with blue sash, 40cm high and another wax head doll in a blue and cream dress, 39cm high £50-70 462. A large quantity of various dolls to include a French deconstructional bisque doll, a Charads ‘Shalla’ doll, a traditionally dressed composition German doll, a wooden Oriental doll, an Oronsay sailor doll and various others £100-150 463. A quantity of doll’s house furnishings and figurines to include a piano, a child’s cot, a bedroom suite etc. £40-60 Lot 453 453. A Britains Clockwork Series No 139F Tractor and Trailer set comprising a Fordson Major Tractor with seated driver and a Mechanical Trailer with load, boxed and with divisions see illustration £300-400 454. A collection of Hornby ‘O’ gauge clockwork trains, rolling stock and track £40-60 455. A Hornby Dublo train set 2006 and another 2021 (both boxed) £80-120 456. A Hornby Dublo Locomotive 2224 and a quantity of carriages, rolling stock, track, etc. £60-80

458. A Heubach Koppelsdorf bisque head doll, with composition body, sleeping eyes and open mouth, stamped 320 2/0, 39cm high £40-60 459. An Armand Marseille bisque head doll, with composition body, fixed eyes and open mouth, lacking hair, 28cm high and another Armand Marseille doll stamped 390 A 1210 XM wearing a pale green silk dress and turban, 19cm high £70-90 460. A German bisque head doll with composition body, sleeping eyes and open mouth, 37cm high and an Armand Marseille bisque head doll with composition and cloth stuffed body, fixed eyes and open mouth, 32cm high £60-80

457. An Armand Marseille bisque head baby doll, with cloth stuffed body, sleeping eyes and open mouth, 42cm high £60-80

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464. A group of doll and related reference books to include the Collector’s Encyclopedia of Dolls, Costume Doll Making and Dolls in National and Folk Costume £30-50 465. A German doll, circa 1930, marked to reverse of head 241-7, Germany and with jointed composition body, approximately 61cm long £50-70 466. A 20th Century wooden doll’s house, ‘Leeds Villa’ painted to front, with double-fronted sash windows, hinged door to reveal four wallpapered rooms and a small amount of furnishings and carpets, 61cm wide £80-120 467. A quantity of Tri-ang Hornby ‘O’ gauge trains, track, rolling stock and various other boxed toys etc. £80-120

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Day Two - Wednesday 1st February 2017

Books


Books Books are not collated and are sold ‘as seen’ 470. Rogers, Thomas [Saint Augustine] A Pretious Book of Heavenlie Meditations, Printed for the Companie of the Stationers 1616. 12mo., cont. decorative calf gilt (old spine repair, 2 small holes in title) and a Sumatra medical book Note: From the estate of the Late Mr Arthur Golding Barrett £150-200 471. Dickens (Charles) Works of Charles Dickens, published by Chapman and Hall, 193 Piccadilly, 30 volumes, library editions £200-300 472. Thackeray (William Makepeace) The Biographical Edition of The Works of William Makepeace Thackeray, 13 volumes, Smith, Elder & Co. £150-200 473. Bain (FW) The Indian Stories, The Riccardi Press Books, 11 Volumes, 1914 £50-70 474. Acton (John EED) Letters of Lord Acton to Mary daughter of the Right Hon. W E Gladstone edited with an introductory memoir by Herbert Paul 1913, signed ‘Very Truly Yours, Acton’ and 4 others £30-50 475. Carlyle (Thomas) The Works of Thomas Carlyle, Chapman and Hall, 31 volumes £100-150 476. Burney (Frances) (Madame D’Arblay) Diary and Letters, edited by her niece Charlotte Barnett, preface and notes by Austin Dobson, 6 volumes, MacMillan & Co., London, 1904 £60-80 477. Browning (Robert) Poetical Works, 9 volumes, Smith, Elder & Co., London £50-60 478. Elliot (George) Impressions of Theophrastus Such, Essays and Leaves from a notebook, 10 volumes, William Blackwood and Sons, Edinburgh £60-80

479. Chapman (Abel) Savage Sudan, Its Wild Tribes, Big-game and Bird-life, Gurney and Jackson, London 1921; Havell (EB) Indian Sculpture & Painting, John Murray, London 1928 and Metha (NC) Studies in Indian Painting, DB Taraporevala Sons & Co, 1926 £30-50 480. Trollope (Anthony) Rachel Ray, 2 volumes, Chapman and Hall 1863; Miss MacKenzie, 2 volumes, 1865 and The Belton Estate, 3 volumes, 1966 £40-60 481. Walton (Izaak) The Compleat Angler, JM Dent 1896; Scott (Sir Walter) The Poetical Works, Oxford University Press 1894; Pope (Alexander), Odyssey of Homer; Macktail (JW) The Greek Anthology, Longmans 1890; Mill (John Stuart) Principles of Political Economy, 2 volumes, 1857 and 3 others £60-80 482. Blavatsky (HP) The Secret Doctrine, The Adyar Edition, 6 volumes, The Theosophical Publishing House 1938 £30-50 483. Boswell (James) The Life of Samuel Johnson, 6 volumes, Dent & Co., 1897 and two volumes by the same publisher; Bronte The Works of the Brontes, JM Dent & Co., 11 volumes, 1802; Borrow (George) works of 6 volumes and Gray (Thomas) Selected Poems, 3 volumes £40-60 484. Schiller (Friedrich von) Ausgewählte-Werke, Berlag der JG Gottajchen, 1885, 6 volumes £40-60 485. Pope (Alexander) The Works of Alexander Pope Esq., J & P Knapton, London, 1752, 9 volumes £40-60 486. Spenser (Edmund) The Poetical Works of Edmund Spenser, preface, biographical and critical by J Aikin MD, 6 volumes £30-50

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487. Macaulay (Lord) The History of England, 3 volumes, Longmans, London, 1877; Bussey (Christopher) Eton College; Weaver (Lawrence) Memorials and Monuments and three others £40-60 488. Thackeray (William Makepeace) The Works of, 3 volumes, Smith Elder & Co., London; The Memoirs of Barry Lyndon, 1911 and Junius, Letters of 2 volumes, T Bensley, 1796 and Edmund Burke’s Speeches, 3 volumes, 1816 (lacking volume II) £30-50 489. Kipling (Rudyard) Kim, Macmillan & Co., London 1939 and another edition, 1951 and The Seven Seas, Vol II £20-30 490. Gaboriau (E) L’Affaire Lerouge, E Dentu, Paris, 1873 and 10 other volumes and tome I & II and The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle, 3 volumes £40-60 491. Fielding (Henry) Works of, 1808, 14 volumes; Meredith (G), The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott, 18 volumes, 1893; Longfellow (Henry W) Poetical Works, 1895; Byron (Lord) The Poetical Works, John Murray, 1903, 7 volumes and The Gorge, signed and Shelley (Percy Bysshe) The Poetical Works, 1892, edition 108/150, 5 volumes and 8 others £50-70 492. Stevenson (RL) Works of, 19 volumes; Diary of Samuel Pepys, 2 volumes; Poetical Works of Robert Burns, 3 volumes and various others £40-60 493. A large quantity of Churchill books to include Secret Session Speeches, Painting as a Pastime and My Early Life, 20 various volumes in total £50-70 494. Lawrence (J) The Horse, Albion Press 1809; Gonne (CM) Hunt on Horses, 5 various books on horses illustrated by Lionel Edwards and 2 others £50-70

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504. Alexander, William. The Costume of China. W. Miller, 1805. 4to., cont. red morocco gilt, a.e.g. (worn). Sepia additional title and 48 hand coloured plates see illustration £400-600 505. Rackham, Arthur, illus. Bonser, Alfred E. The Land of Enchantment. 1907. 4to., orig. cloth (spine scuffed), with 3 others illus. by the same, and 5 others (9) £300-400

Lot 497 495. Macaulay, History of England, 1936, 3 volumes, Purves (David) The English Circumnavigators, Young’s Life of Wellington, Diary of a Cavalry Officer; Herbert Paul, A History of England, 4 volumes and 1 other £30-50 496. Country Life Art and Antiques, five bound volumes of cuttings with index and a ledger containing numerous letters from Harrison Bayley and Adams circa 1896-1897, many relating to the sale of Williams’s Library £40-60 497. Dulac, Edmund, illus. Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. Trans. Fitzgerald [1909]. No. 547 of 750 signed by the artist. 4to., orig. vellum gilt with ties (edge of front cover browned). Slipcase. Tipped in colour plates see illustration £300-500

501. Mannering, Eva. Mr. Gould’s Tropical Birds, Ariel Press [1955] No. 903 of 2000. Folio, orig. cloth, slipcase. Colour plates. With 7 others, including Beryl Urquhart The Camellia, 1956 (8) £200-300 502. Nijinsky and Russian ballet. A collection of 16 vols., various sizes, mostly orig. cloth (16) £100-150 503. Nodier, C., J. Taylor & A. de Cailleux. Voyages Pittoresques et Romantiques Dans L’Ancienne France, Paris 1820. 2 vols., folio, half morocco (spines worn). 242 engraved plates (2) £400-600

506. Levaillant, Francois. Voyage dans L’interieur de l’Afrique;… Second voyage. Together 5 vols., Paris 1790 - An 3 [1795]. 8vo., cont. calf. Engraved plates, some folding (5) £200-400 507. Dulac, Edmund, illus. Poe, E.A. Les Cloches…, Paris 1913. One of 400 on papier Japon. 4to., cont. half blue morocco, t.e.g. Tipped in colour plates £200-300 508. Dulac, Edmund, illus. La Belle au Bois Dormant, Paris 1910. 4to., cont. mottled brown morocco gilt, t.e.g., orig.cloth covers bound in. Tipped in colour plates £200-300

498. Dulac, Edmund illus. Poe, E.A. The Bells and other Poems, [1912]. No 241 of 750 signed by the artist. 4to., orig. vellum gilt (soiled, lacks ties). Tipped in colour plates £200-400 499. Baumer, Lewis, illus. Thackeray, W.M. Vanity Fair [1913]. No 211 of 350 signed by the artist. 4to., orig. vellum gilt (soiled, lacks ties.) Tipped in colour plates. With 3 other illustrated books, 2 of them The Rubaiyat (4) £300-400 500. Tipping, H. Avray. English Homes, vol 1 of Periods 1 - 4, 1920 - 21. Folio, orig. cloth gilt (some soiling). Illus. With 2 other vols. (6) £300-400

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Lot 509 509. Poe, E. A. Les Poemes. Trans. Stephane Mallarme, Bruxelles 1888. No. 825 of 850, one of 75 hors commerce for the translator, with signed presentation inscription, “A Victor Margueritte sa maman et son frère”. 4to., orig. illus. vellum (very slightly soiled). Portrait and fleuron after Edouard Manet see illustration £1000-2000

510. Venuti, Ridolfino, Abate. Accurata e succinta Descrizione Topografica Delle Antichita di Roma. 2 vols in one, Rome 1763. 4to., cont. calf gilt. Folding map and plates £500-700 511. Wey, Francis. Rome…, Nouvelle Edition, Paris 1873. Orig. cloth gilt, a.e.g.; 4th edition, Paris 1880. Cont. half black morocco (some spotting to text). Both folio. Numerous illustrations (2) £80-120

512. Milton, John. Le Paradis Perdu. Edition en Anglais et en Francais Ornee de douze estampes imprimees en colour d’apres les Tableaux de M. Schall. 2 vols., Paris 1792. 4to., cont. mottled calf, a.e.g. (2) £300-500 513. Piranesi, G.B. Le Antichita Romane, vol 3. Large folio, orig. boards (worn). Engraved title and 53 mostly double page engraved plates (generally clean, some margins browned, title spotted and detached) see illustration £2000-3000

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Lot 515 514. Buffon, Comte G.L.L. Natural History General and Particular. The History of Man and Quadrupeds trans. by William Smellie. New Edition by William Wood. 20 vols., 1812. 8vo., cont. half calf (one spine detached, another partly detached, one repaired, another split). Engraved portrait and plates (20) £300-500

515. Ortelius. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. Antwerp 1574. Folio, disbound. 70 double page engraved maps (title cut round, British Isles split at centre with further damage, some browning, wear to upper inner margins, marginal annotations see illustration £5000-10000

516. Montesquieu, Baron C.L. de Secondat. Oeuvres, 3 vols., Londres 1767. 4to., cont. mottled calf, spines gilt. Engraved portrait and 2 maps (3) £100-150

517. Hawkesworth, John. An Account of the Voyage...for making Discoveries in the Southern Hemisphere, 3 vols., 1773. 52 engraved maps and plates — Cook, Capt. James. A Voyage Towards the South Pole and Round the World, 2 vols., 1777. 63 engraved maps and plates; A Voyage to the Pacific Ocean, Second Edition, 3 vols., 1785. 20 engraved maps and plates (lacks atlas). 4to., cont. calf see illustration £1500-2000

518. L’Alcoran de Mahomet. Trans. Sieur du Ryer, Paris 1649. 12mo., cont. vellum (light staining to text) - Savary. Le Coran, Traduit de L’Arabe, 2 vols., Paris 1783. 8vo., cont. mottled calf, spines gilt (3) £200-300

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Lot 519 519. Binding. Office de la Semaine Sainte. Latin et Francois. Nouvelle Edition, Paris 1708. 8vo., cont French red morocco with arms of Marie-Adelaide de Savoie, duchesse de Bourgogne. Crawshay bookplate. ALS, 1930 to Lord Tyrrell concerning the volume loosely inserted see illustration £1500-2500

520. Binding. Levesque, Catherine. Le Triomphe de la Croix, Paris 1668. 8vo., cont. French red morocco gilt with arms and initials on sides, a.e.g. According to a pencilled note in the hand of the Comte de Lignerolles this is the dedication copy to Marie-Therese d’Autriche. Bookplate of G. Nordback see illustration £1000-2000

521. Lauremberg, Peter. Horticultura; Apparatus Plantarius Primus, 2 parts in one, Frankfurt 1706. Small 4to., orig. vellum. Engraved titles, plates and text illustrations (text browned) £300-500 522. Paschal, Carlo. Regis in Sacro Consistorio Consiliarii et Apud Rhaetos Legati Coronae, Paris 1610. Narrow 4to., cont. red morocco gilt, a.e.g. £150-200

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Lot 527 523. Buffon, Comte G.L.L. Natural History, Barr’s Edition, 16 vols., 1808 - 10. 8vo., cont. calf gilt (some wear to spines, one defective). Engraved plates (16) £200-300 524. Buffon, Comte G.L.L. Histoire Naturelle, 38 vols., Paris c. 1770. 12mo., cont. mottled calf. Engraved plates (38) £300-500

525. Eragny Press. Steele, R., ed. Some Old French and English Ballads, 1905. One of 200 copies on paper. Printed in red and black. 8vo., orig. boards (spine just split). Presentation copy inscribed to Auguste Lepere by Lucien Pissasrro £200-300 526. Eragny Press. Rossetti, C.G. Verses, 1906. One of 185 copies. 8vo., orig. boards (spine split). Presenetation copy inscribed “To Nelun & Surya Sena from Esther & Lucien Pissarro Many Happy Returns of the ‘Great Day’ “With related ALS from Esther Pissarro loosely inserted £200-300

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527. Mayer, Luigi. Views in Egypt…, Thomas Bensley, 1804. Second Edition, Folio, later half maroon morocco. 48 hand coloured plates see illustration £400-600 528. Maillard, Charles Thomas, Cardinal de Tournon. Nouvelles de la Chine, Recues a Rome par la Voye d’Espagne, n.p., 1711. 12mo., modern boards £80-120


529. Audebert, J.B. Histoire Naturelle des Singes et des Makis, Paris 1798 - 99. Folio, cont. diced Russia gilt (upper cover detached, some wear). 2 uncoloured plates and 60 printed in colours and finished by hand (lacks plate le vari, occasional foxing and light staining at edges. Bookplate of Chester Library see illustration £1000-2000

Lot 529 Lot 529 530. Gregory IX, Pope. Decretales. [Paris] B. Rembolt [1507]. Large folio, old calf, modern reback, new endleaves). Printed in red and black (some damage to title and staining to edges of first 2 gatherings) £300-500

531. Melville, Herman. Typee. Narrative of a Four Months’ Residence Among the Marquesas Islands, 1846. First issue. 8vo., blue diced calf gilt (stamp on title) £200-300 532. Voltaire, F.M.A.de. Lettres Ecrites de Londres sur les anglois et Autres Sujets. Basle 1734. 8vo., later qtr. calf (title soiled and with names) £100-200

533. Gaignol, Claude. Heures Nouvelles. Dedicated to the Duchess of Aiguillon, Manuscript, 1754. 8vo., cont. French red morocco gilt, a.e.g, pink silk endleaves. Early ms. bookplate and later bookplate of A. Brdemann see illustration £1000-1500

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534. [Allix, Pierre]. Reflexions sur les cinq livres de Moyse…, Londres 1687. 8vo., cont. black morocco gilt, and 4 others, bindings (5) £200-300 535. Malingre, Claude. Histoire des Dignitez Honoraires de France, Paris 1636. 8vo., cont. vellum. John Evelyn copy with JE bookplate from Christies’ sales in 1977 78 £200-300 536. Cook, James and James King. A Voyage to the Pacific Ocean. 3 vols., Text only, Dublin 1784. Engraved portrait - Cook, James and George Forster. A Voyage Round the World, 4 vols., Dublin 1777. 6 engraved plates (lacks chart). 8vo., cont. calf (worn). W.a.f. (7) £100-150 537. Charlevoix, P.F.X. de. Histoire de L’Etablissement, des Progres et De la Decadence du Christianisme dans L’Empire du Japon, 3 vols., Rouen 1715. 8vo., cont. calf (2 spines with loss at heads) (3) £300-500 538. Buffon, Comte G.L.L. Three sets of Histoire Naturelle, 23 vols., v.y. 19th c., (worn, dampstained). W.a.f. (23) £100-150 539. Naumann, J.A. Naturgeschichte der Vogel Mitteleuropas, ed. Dr. Carl Hennicke. 12 vols., Gera-Untermhaus [1895 - 97] 1905. Folio, orig. half cloth boards. Chromolithographic plates (12) £500-700 540. Rabelais, F. Les Oeuvres. Anvers 1573. 16mo., cont. calf spine gilt (some wear). Title within woodcut border. With another volume (2) £200-400

541. Hippocrates. Opera Omnia, ed. Anutio Foesio. Frankfurt, Wechel, 1596. 8vo., cont. vellum (binding and text browned) £200-400 542. Polydore Vergil. Anglicae Historiae 2 vols., Ghent, Cornelius Manilius, n.d. (c. 1556 - 57). Small 8vo., old half vellum (possibly lacking final leaf in vol 2). W.a.f. (2) £80-120 543. Aesop. Vita et Fabulae…, Paris, Antonio Bonnemere 1535. 8vo., cont. blind tooled pigskin (wear to spine, a few scribbles on title). £600-800 544. Foix, Paul de, Archbp. Les Lettres… escrites au Roy Henry III, Paris 1628. 8vo., 19th c. qtr. red morocco - Barclay, John. Argenis. Leiden & Rotterdam Hackiana 1664; Archombrotus et Theopompus sive Argenidis…, the same 1669. 2 vols., 8vo., cont. calf gilt. Engraved title. With 10 other volumes (13) £300-400 545. Oronce, Fine. De Rebus Mathematicis hactenus desideratis, Libri IIII, Paris, Michael Vascosan 1556. Folio, cont. calf gilt (old reback, stained). Woodcut diagrams in text (crossings out on title) £300-400 546. Notitia Utraque cum Orientis tum Occidentis ed. S. Gelenius, Basle, Froben 1552. Folio, half calf (worn, rebacked). 106 wood engravings, Woodcut initials (final leaf repaired, title lightly stained with 2 crossings out) £400-600 547. Conciones sive Oratiiones ex Graecis Latinisque historicis excerptae. Geneva, H. Stephanus, 1570. Folio, cont. calf (binding worn, piece cut from title. Bookplate of Dr. John Keate (headmaster of Eton). £100-200

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548. Lawrence, DH Lady Chatterley. Version Premiere Traduite de L’Anglais. Lithographies Originales en Couleurs de Schem. Limited Edition, Paris, Deux Rives 1956, Loose in cloth portfolio as issued - Toulet, P - J. Les Tendres Menages, Aquarelles de Jean Moral. “Maitresse”, Editions Rombaldi, Paris 1944. No 32 of 40 on Hollande, 8vo., cont. half red morocco, t.e.g., other edges uncut. Hand coloured illustrations (2) £300-400 549. Goncourt, E. & J. de. Histoire de Marie-Antoinette, Paris 1878. Small folio, cont. qtr. blue morocco gilt, t.e.g. Coloured portrait frontispiece, illustrations by Giacomelli (portrait loose, some spotting to text). With 10 others, various (11) £100-200 550. A large quantity of hardback and paperback volumes including detective stories etc. £50-70 551. Miscellaneous art reference (a quantity) £50-70 552. Shakespeare (W) The Plays and Poems, 8 volumes first American Edition, Philadelphia 1795/6 most with bookplate of Nimrod H Moor and The Winters Tale from Shakespeare Folio 1632, in card binding together with Cervantes, Don Quixote; illustrated Gustave Doré, published Cassell Petter and Galpin and sundry leather bound volumes £100-150


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Outside Effects 560. A lead fountainhead figure of a putto with serpent entwined around his arm, 60cm high £100-150 561. A wrought iron weather vane with beaten copper fish above a scrolling support, 138cm high see illustration £400-600 562. A cast and wrought iron weather vane decorated with duck taking off from a pond, 183.5cm high £150-200 563. A painted metal garden bench, two chairs and a table £100-150 564. A painted wooden garden bench and a wooden table £80-120

Rugs & Carpets 565. A modern Eastern rug decorated with four central medallions in red and yellow to a cream ground within a multi-fielded border, 141cm x 103cm £50-70 566. An Eastern rug, the field of trellis design within a plum coloured border, 150cm x 81cm and two other decorative rugs £40-60 567. An Eastern prayer rug, the field of stars within a herringbone border, 113cm x 70cm and two other Eastern rugs £40-60 568. A Turkish carpet, the field of multiple wavy bands, cut down, 300cm x 253cm and a modern runner £60-80 569. An Agra style carpet, the central field of interlaced design on a deep blue ground within a multiple border, 340cm x 205cm £70-100 570. A large Turkey carpet with stylised motifs in blue and green to a red ground within a multi-field border, 416cm x 473cm £150-200

Lot 561 571. A Balouch prayer rug, the central field of red and black designs on a camel ground within multi-figured red and black borders, 150cm x 97cm, a prayer rug of geometric designs in camel, brown and navy blue, 138cm x 103cm and a small rug of six medallions to a cinnamon ground within figured borders, 97cm x 66cm £120-180 572. An Eastern rug, the central field of six elephant foot medallions within a multiple border, 145cm x 82cm £60-80 573. A Tabriz carpet, the large central medallion on a sky blue ground within a multiple border, 344cm x 253cm £60-80 574. An Eastern runner of geometric design, 295cm x 71cm a needlework rug of floral design, 181cm x 121cm and four further rugs £100-150

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Furniture & Furnishings 580. A brass plated and painted double bed frame, 136cm wide £60-80 581. A mahogany drop-leaf table, circa 1800, with rectangular leaves on square chamfered legs, 122cm wide £120-180 582. A set of five mahogany dining chairs with moulded splat backs and needlework seats £180-220 583. A George III walnut fret carved mirror, the plate with moulded surround, shaped frame with scrolls to frieze and pediment, 94cm high £200-300 584. A George III mahogany four-tier whatnot on baluster and ring turned supports, with single pull out drawer to base on turned legs with brass castors, 135cm high £300-400


585. A large Victorian mahogany chest of two short and four long drawers, on a plinth, 128cm wide £150-200 586. A Regency mahogany serpentine chest of three short and three long drawers, each strung with ebony lines, on bracket feet, possibly Scottish, 118cm wide see illustration £700-1000 587. A William IV plaster gilt oval mantel mirror, the supports moulded with floral motifs and scrolls, 99cm wide £100-150 588. An 18th Century oak dresser with rack above a base fitted three drawers above two fielded panel doors flanking a central panel, 182cm wide £700-900 589. A 19th Century mahogany hall table with octagonal column support on a triform base, 51cm wide £20-30 Lot 586 590. A Victorian rosewood work table, the hinged rectangular top with canted edges above a foliate carved and tapering octagonal column, on shaped square base with scroll feet, 44cm wide £150-200 591. An early 18th Century fruitwood and feather crossbanded bureau, the sloping front enclosing an arrangement of pigeon holes and fitted drawers above two short and two long drawers on bun feet, 92cm wide Note: From the estate of the Late Mr Arthur Golding Barrett see illustration £600-800 592. A 17th Century and later oak monk’s seat, the pinned top hinged to convert to open armchair, table top 96cm diameter Note: From the estate of the Late Mr Arthur Golding Barrett £400-600 593. A George III oak and fruitwood delft plate rack of three shelves with shaped frieze, 124cm wide Note: From the estate of the Late Mr Arthur Golding Barrett £150-200

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Lot 598 594. A mahogany collector’s cabinet or chest, fitted ten drawers containing a small quantity of butterflies, shells and beach finds with glazed panelled door, 50cm wide Note: From the estate of the Late Mr Arthur Golding Barrett £120-150 595. An oak side table, the single drawer with swing handle, on square tapered legs, 76.5cm wide, a small oak stool and a wall shelf with single cupboard Note: From the estate of the Late Mr Arthur Golding Barrett £50-70 596. A shaped gilt wall mirror with scroll and shell surmount, 28cm high £60-80 597. A Victorian button back nursing chair with red velvet upholstery and tasselled fringing and a contemporary beige loose cover £50-70 598. A pair of Chinese hardwood settees, each with four panelled lattice style backs and arms, with loose cushions, each 243cm wide see illustration £800-1200

599. An Austrian Tyrolean painted wardrobe with moulded cornice, painted and decorated geometric panels throughout (in two halves) 134cm wide £400-600 600. A rustic fruitwood refectory style table on square legs united by a square stretcher, the top 332cm x 134cm £800-1200 601. A mid Victorian walnut D-shaped side cabinet with marble top, panelled cupboards to the ends and a central mirrored door, 136cm wide £300-500 602. A Continental pine food cupboard enclosed by two pairs of doors, zinc lined, 100cm wide £200-300 603. A rustic coffee table with geometric planked top on square legs, 197cm long £50-80 604. A late 19th Century mahogany rectangular table with marble top, fitted two drawers on turned and tapered legs with brass caps and castors, 148cm wide £200-300

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605. Three various footstools, two circular examples and one rectangular, the largest 32cm diameter £60-80 606. A circular walnut occasional table with twisted column on tripod support, 43cm diameter and a mahogany occasional table, 47cm wide £70-90 607. A mahogany chest of two short and three long drawers, with turned handles, on bracket feet, 107cm wide £80-100 608. A mahogany chest of two short and three long drawers, each with brass swing handles, 99cm wide £100-150 609. A mahogany chest of two short and three long drawers, with turned handles on plinth base, 107cm wide £80-100 610. A Victorian mahogany dressing mirror with arched topped mirror and turned supports on an arched plinth base, 68.5cm wide £80-120


620. A set of Georgian style open bookcases, in pine and MDF, two 238cm x 106cm and an L-shaped bookcase, approximately 238cm x 205cm x 140cm wide £300-400 621. A set of eight Louis XVI style two-branch wall lights with ribbon-tie tassel swags, 55cm high £100-200 622. A pair of two-branch brass wall lights with ribbon-tie and eagle mounts, 70cm high and another pair of single light wall lights £80-120 623. A pair of Venetian engraved mirror framed mirrors with scroll cresting, 109cm high see illustration £200-300

Lot 623 611. A ‘Vono’ chinoiserie double bed, the headboard and footboard decorated with gilding depicting pavilions set in gardens, bearing label on side supports, 137cm wide (4’6”) x 120cm long £150-200 612. A 19th Century mahogany bowfront hanging corner cupboard, inlaid with chequered lines, fan paterae and birds, 116cm x 76cm £40-60

617. A leather covered brass club fender, inner width 135cm, 154cm wide overall £200-300 618. A near pair of upholstered three-seater sofas, 225cm and 208cm wide £400-600 619. An easy chair upholstered in red corduroy and a matching ottoman £150-200

624. A pair of brass single-light wall lights with glass shades, 45cm high £30-50 625. A nest of three satinwood banded tables on turned legs with back stretcher, inlaid with ebony stringing, 56cm wide see illustration £300-400

613. A rattan frame mirror, 135cm x 60cm and another in a square frame, 60cm x 60cm £40-60 614. A French provincial elm and chestnut armoire, with moulded cornice above two doors with shaped panels, on squat cabriole legs, (back and top missing), 226cm high x 148cm wide, together with a 19th Century style matching mirror in arch top frame with bevelled plate, 176cm high x 58cm wide £100-150 615. A large kitchen table, the seven-plank fruitwood top on six painted pine turned legs joined by square stretchers, 427cm x 115cm £400-600 616. A set of fourteen beechwood ladder back dining chairs, by Mulberry Pine, Suffolk Rd, Cheltenham, including two armchairs £200-300 Lot 625

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626. A pale yellow upholstered two-seater settee, with scroll arms and straight back, 216cm wide £300-400

638. A Victorian arch top overmantel mirror with moulded frame, the plate 63cm x 99cm £80-120

645. An early 19th Century bowfront chest of four long drawers on splay feet, 116cm wide £200-250

627. A pale yellow upholstered three-seater settee, with scroll arms and straight back, 180cm wide £500-600

639. An oak bureau of George III design, fitted beneath the fall with four drawers under, on bracket feet, 90cm wide £100-150

646. An oak kneehole desk, fitted a surround of nine drawers, 106cm wide £80-120

628. An early 19th Century mahogany table on a turned column and tripod support with carved feet, the tip-up top 106cm wide £50-60

640. A George III oak table on a turned column and tripod support, the tip-up-top 67cm diameter £80-120

629. An 18th Century style gilded Florentine frame, with pierced scrolling acanthus border, the later plate 73cm x 52cm £200-300 630. A George III two-flap Pembroke table on square tapering legs, 82cm wide £60-80 631. A 19th Century mahogany square table with inlaid top on a turned column and tripod support, 33cm wide and a Moorish burr yew hexagonal table on a folding stand, 36cm wide £80-120 632. A Regency mahogany armchair, fitted a loose trap seat on square tapering legs, a pair of late 18th Century mahogany single chairs and another £80-120

647. A mahogany table fitted a drawer, 91cm wide and a small chest of three drawers, 76cm wide £60-80

641. A Victorian arch top overmantel with moulded frame and carved application, the plate 70cm x 97cm £120-150

648. A mahogany swing frame dressing mirror, the box base fitted three drawers, 47cm wide and an oval gilded mirror on a base with splay feet £60-80

642. A Regency mahogany tea table, the folding top with moulded border on square chamfered legs, 92cm wide £150-200

649. A gilded wall mirror with fluted frame and roundels to the corners, the beveled plate 89cm x 59cm £60-80

643. A Globe Wernicke three-section bookcase on block feet, 86.5cm wide £80-120

650. A Regency rosewood two-flap sofa table, the top and drawer fronts banded in satinwood and boxwood strung, on rectangular end standards and splay feet, 157.5cm (when open) see illustration £800-1200

644. An Edwardian tub-shaped single chair with turned supports to the arms, button back and upholstered seat on square taper legs with spade feet £60-80

633. A Victorian walnut overmantel with Tunbridge type border, 89cm wide £60-80 634. An early 19th Century mahogany knife box, fitted for stationery, 22cm wide £120-150 635. A Regency mahogany D-shaped tea table on reeded tapering legs, 92cm wide £120-150 636. A Victorian mahogany two-flap Pembroke table on turned legs, 82cm wide £40-60 637. A pair of stick and pierced splat back armchairs with solid seats on turned legs and a stick back rocking chair £60-80

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651. An Anglo-Portuguese late 17th Century oak chest, the top with hinged cover and geometric cushion panels beneath with bone and ivory inlaid door to the centre and diaper bone and ivory inlay to the frieze and panels, the base enclosed by a pair of sunburst panel doors inlaid ivory stars and diaper panels, the whole flanked by silhouette twin pillars, on later bun feet, 94cm wide see illustration £800-1200 652. A late Regency mahogany linen press, the top fitted sliding trays enclosed by a pair of panel doors with two long and two short drawers under, on bracket feet, 127cm wide £400-600 653. An early 18th Century chest, the walnut veneered drawers with feather bandings, with later rectangular top and base, 96cm wide £80-120

Lot 651 654. A fine Regency mahogany breakfront library bookcase, with moulded cornice, fitted adjustable shelves enclosed by four arch top glazed doors, the base with fitted secretaire drawer and cupboard beneath enclosed by a pair of fielded panel doors, fitted a cupboard to each side, one fitted five drawers, both enclosed by a fielded panel door, on a plinth base, 263cm high x 259cm wide see illustration £1500-2000 655. A William IV mahogany extending dining table fitted for four extra leaves (only two present) on four reeded taper legs, now extending to 276cm £400-600 656. A pair of 18th Century style mahogany splat back armchairs on cabriole legs with ball and claw feet and another pair of armchairs £120-150 657. A harlequin set of eight mahogany armchairs on cabriole legs with pad feet £200-300 Lot 654

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668. A wingback armchair, with padded upholstery in gold and buttermilk striped fabric £40-60 669. A wingback armchair with loose seat cushion, upholstered in patterned gold satin fabric £40-60 670. A Victorian boudoir chair, button upholstered in raspberry chintz fabric with burgundy cord detail, on turned legs with castors, and a pale pink button upholstered armchair £80-120 671. A late Regency harlequin set of six mahogany dining chairs comprising two armchairs and four singles, each with lotus carved horizontal splat back and upholstered loose trap seat on tapering octagonal column legs £80-120

Lot 658 658. An Edwardian walnut bookcase fitted eight adjustable shelves above two cupboards with carved fall front doors, 138cm wide see illustration £500-600 659. A George III walnut bowfront corner cupboard, in two sections, each with twin crossbanded doors with brass mounts enclosing curved shelves, raised on later turned front legs, 218cm high, 81cm wide £150-200 660. A Victorian mahogany bowfront chest, the crossbanded top above four graduated long drawers with boxwood stringing, on a shaped apron and splay feet, 96cm wide £80-100 661. A mahogany music Canterbury, with spindle turned divisions and fitted a drawer below, on turned tapering legs and castors, 45.5cm wide £80-120 662. A George III mahogany tea table, the folding top with stringing on square tapering legs, 91cm wide £60-80

663. A mahogany chest of two short and two long drawers, on a moulded base and squat bun feet, 148cm wide £40-60 664. A Globe Wernicke type bookcase, of two shallow sections above a deeper third section, each with astragal glazed rising doors, on a plinth base, 139.5cm high, 86.5cm wide £80-120 665. A Globe Wernicke type oak bookcase of three sections, each with rising glazed door, on a plinth base, 125cm high, 87cm wide £100-150 666. A mahogany and burr wood card table, the folding top with sunburst design, crossbanding and stringing, the interior lined with baize, fitted a frieze drawer, raised on square tapering collared legs, 91cm wide £60-80 667. A pair of tubular chrome cantilever chairs with black leather seat and back panels £60-80

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672. A mahogany two-tier dumb waiter, with piecrust borders on spiral turned column and tripod cabriole support with claw feet, 70cm high, an oval mahogany occasional table with satinwood stringing, fitted a frieze drawer and raised on strung sabre legs united by arched stretchers, 45cm wide and a kidney shaped table from a nest of tables £40-60 673. A mahogany two-pillar dining table, the top in two sections with rounded ends and reeded edges, on two turned and reeded tripod pedestals with brass claw caps and castors, 154cm long, 95cm wide £60-80 674. A pink velvet upholstered wingback armchair with striped cord trim and loose seat cushion, on turned legs £100-150 675. A mahogany bowfront hanging corner cupboard, enclosed by a pair of bow doors, on a moulded base, 100cm high, 64cm wide £40-60 676. An Edwardian inlaid corner chair with square spindle sides and upholstered seat, on turned legs united by an X-stretcher £30-40


677. A mahogany swing-frame toilet mirror, the shaped rectangular glass above a bowfront base fitted two short drawers on bracket feet, 70.5cm wide and a shield shaped swing-frame dressing mirror £40-60 678. Four oval gilt metal wall mirrors each with twin light to the base, 70cm high £80-120 679. A hexagonal lantern with brass supports 44cm high, a brass bell, a pair of table lights and another £80-120 680. A gilt metal two-handled jardinière, 42.5cm wide and various pendant light shades hung glass drops £50-70 681. An oval wall mirror in a gilded and reeded ribbon-tie frame, 74cm x 50cm £60-80 682. A pair of oval mirrors with gilt metal foliate frames, each with four candelabra, 48cm x 41cm £40-60 683. A pair of brass wall mirrors with two candelabra to the base and a brass arch top mirror £40-60 684. An oak cradle with hooded canopy and baluster finials, dated 1721 £250-350 685. An Edwardian mahogany inlaid washstand with tiled splashback, marble top and panelled doors, on square tapering legs with brass castors, 92cm wide £40-60 686. A Victorian wingback armchair on square taper front legs £120-140 687. A walnut and inlaid chest on stand, the chest fitted an arrangement of six drawers on octagonal legs united by flat stretchers, 17th Century elements, 101.5cm wide see illustration £300-500

Lot 687 688. An Edwardian mahogany and satinwood inlaid side table fitted two short drawers on square tapering legs, 76.5cm wide, a box base mirror fitted a single drawer and a pair of Victorian dining chairs £70-100 689. A mahogany partners’ desk, the top with inset writing surface above three frieze drawers to each side, on pedestal supports, 182cm wide £800-1200 690. A display cabinet by Chechik Ltd., the glazed upper section above two drawers on a stand with carved cabriole legs, 159cm high £200-300

694. A George III oak tea table with frieze drawer, 91cm wide £80-120 695. A Victorian burr walnut graduated four-tier whatnot with barley twist supports, 120cm high £50-70 696. A 1930s oak glazed display cabinet on ball feet, 86cm wide, 120cm high £50-70 697. An early 20th Century chinoiserie sewing table, decorated figures and pavilions, on cabriole legs with ball and claw feet, 50cm wide £80-120

691. A set of six Windsor type wheel back chairs with dished elm seats, on turned legs, some initialled AF, including two carvers (6) £200-300

698. An early 20th Century smoker’s bow chair with dished elm seat and turned supports £60-80

692. Four ladder back chairs with rush seats, comprising three singles and one carver £80-100

699. An Anglo-Indian carved three-tier folding cake stand, 80cm high £30-50

693. A George III oak two-tier hanging wall shelf with turned supports and single drawer, 88cm wide £100-150

700. An early 19th Century mahogany chest, with moulded rectangular top, fitted three long and two short drawers, 93cm wide £40-60

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701. A George III mahogany bureau, fitted beneath the fall above four long drawers on bracket feet, 91.5cm wide £40-60 702. A Victorian mahogany washstand with three-quarter galleried top, 108cm wide £50-70 703. An oak coffer, with floral scroll carved front, 98cm wide £100-150 704. An 18th Century oak coffer, with later carved front, 94cm wide £100-150 705. An Edwardian mahogany and satinwood banded display cabinet, with double astragal glazed and panel doors on tapered legs, 107cm wide £60-80 706. A cellist’s adjustable chair, the revolving seat with gilt brass back rail on a tripod base £200-300 707. An Edwardian gilt brass magazine stand, the revolving stand on tripod base, 38cm wide £150-200 708. A lady’s Regency desk, the tambour front concealing drawers and pigeonholes with pull-out writing slope below and two short drawers, on square tapering legs, 90cm wide £300-500 709. A George III oak lowboy with crossbanded three-plank top, fitted a drawer above the shaped kneehole, on cabriole legs with hoof feet, 70cm wide £100-150 710. A Victorian mahogany tripod table, the rectangular top on a baluster turned column and hipped splay feet, 60.5cm wide £60-80 711. A 19th Century oak candle box, pierced for hanging, with fall front above a single drawer, 32cm wide £100-150

Lot 713 712. A Scottish 19th Century mahogany chest of drawers, with moulded frieze drawer above an arrangement of four short and three long drawers, 122cm wide £120-180 713. A Charles II oak chest of three long geometric panel drawers, on stiles, 89cm wide (alterations) see illustration £300-500 714. A George III oak bowfront hanging corner cupboard, the twin doors with brass mounts, 68cm wide £80-120

718. A George III mahogany chamber barrel organ case, with painted cartouche inscribed Patent J Songman 131 Cheapside London, later converted as a drinks cabinet, 166cm high £100-150 719. An 18th Century Dutch marquetry inlaid corner cupboard, floor standing, 68cm wide £60-80 720. A George III mahogany bowfront corner cupboard, 101cm high £100-150

715. A Regency mahogany sofa table, fitted two short sycamore strung drawers, on reeded twin outswept supports and castors, 145cm wide (flaps up) £100-150 716. A George III satinwood and inlaid music stand, the crossbanded top with oval painted panel depicting cherubs at play, on an adjustable column to a stepped base on castors, 68cm wide (alterations) see illustration £400-600 717. A Regency style mahogany twin pedestal dining table, the crossbanded top with rounded ends on tripod pedestals, one extra leaf, extending to 215cm long £100-150

Lot 716

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Lot 721 726. A 19th Century mahogany Pembroke table, 91cm long, and an oval mahogany tray with central batswing patera, 77cm wide £80-120

721. A Queen Anne walnut veneered table, the hinged inlaid top enclosing a later fitted baize lined well, on square section legs and feet, 89cm wide see illustration £1000-1500

727. A 20th Century pedestal desk, 160cm wide £100-150

722. A George II oak lowboy, fitted three drawers above a shaped apron on cabriole legs, top possibly associated, 83cm wide £200-300

728. A set of Regency wall shelves, in rosewood and simulated rosewood, 91.5cm wide £200-300

723. A Charles II oak side chair with conjoined dolphins carved to the crest, solid seat and on turned and block supports see illustration £150-200

729. Two 19th Century dining chairs and a fire screen fitted with a needlework panel £40-60

724. A George III mahogany single-flap table fitted two short drawers and on square tapering legs with spade feet, 68.5cm wide £100-150 725. A George III oak single drawer table on square chamfered legs, 67.5cm wide £100-150

730. A carved gilt wood standard lamp on paw feet with shade, 170cm high £80-120

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731. A hand-forged wrought iron four-poster bed by Richard Overs, Painswick 1996, the posts with turned and scroll finials united by a plain canopy, the slatted wooden base 160cm x 206cm £600-800

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735. A pair of glass temple pendant lanterns, the rose with folded rim, each fitted three lights, 60cm deep £200-300 736. A Victorian circular beadwork stool, raised on three bun feet, 34cm diameter £40-60 737. An 18th Century walnut work table fitted two drawers, on bobbin turned supports, 58cm wide £100-150 738. A Regency mahogany three-tier whatnot, 41cm wide £100-150 739. A Regency mahogany bowfront chest of three drawers on splay feet, 107cm wide £200-300 740. A set of four Louis XVI style salon chairs with painted frames and upholstered backs and seats £200-300 741. A bamboo framed table, the rectangular top 60cm wide and a mahogany work table £40-60 742. An 18th Century Italian style console table with pink veined marble top above a carved painted frieze and legs, 118cm wide see illustration £600-800

Lot 733 732. A mahogany campaign style partner’s desk, brass banded and fitted a surround of nine drawers with countersunk handles, the pedestals with brass handles to each side, 74cm x 134cm £300-500 733. A George III walnut tallboy chest with moulded cornice, fitted six long and three short drawers, the front feather banded and raised on bracket feet see illustration £800-1200 734. A mid 18th Century American tallboy chest with dentil moulded cornice and blind fret frieze, fluted columns to the sides, fitted five long and three short drawers on bracket feet, 105cm wide £600-800

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Lot 747 743. An 18th Century style mahogany bureau with fitted interior, on cabriole legs with ball and claw feet, 75cm wide £100-150 744. A modern two-seater sofa, 140cm wide and a similar armchair £150-200 745. A mahogany four-drawer chest, 58.5cm wide £80-120 746. A pair of oak stools, 37cm wide and two other stools £80-120

751. A Venetian style wall mirror with scrolling crest above canted rectangular plate, 99cm high £100-150

759. A painted washstand, fitted two drawers, 76cm wide and a pine side table, 92cm long £80-120

752. A George III style wing back armchair, on square chamfered legs £60-80

760. A monk’s oak bench with panelled back, the base fitted two drawers, 86cm wide £100-150

753. A pine kitchen table, 179cm x 90cm £100-150

761. A button upholstered stool on carved cabriole legs, 122cm wide £60-80

754. An oak stool with chamfered legs, 23cm wide, an upholstered stool and a footstool £60-80

762. A Regency style sofa table, 76cm wide and a tripod table £80-120

755. A set of eight Regency style mahogany dining chairs and four other dining chairs (12) £500-700

763. A near pair of armchairs, with loose covers £100-150 764. A Regency rosewood card table, the foldover top on turned legs, 91.5cm wide £200-300

756. A 19th Century mahogany bowfront sideboard on turned legs, 122cm wide £100-150

765. A 19th Century mahogany side table, fitted a single drawer, on square tapering legs, 60.5cm wide and an oval swing-frame mirror £100-150

757. An oak dresser, the closed rack above two drawers on twist turned supports, 122cm wide £100-150 758. A Regency rosewood breakfast table, the circular top on tapering column and triform base, 131cm diameter £300-500

766. A George III mahogany half-round tea table, the foldover top on square tapering legs, each with honeysuckle patera and boxwood stringing, 91.5cm wide see illustration £300-500

747. An inlaid Gypsy table, the circular top inlaid concentric bands of decoration on a tripod base, 56cm diameter see illustration £200-300 748. A near pair of George III mahogany shield back dining chairs £150-200 749. A late Victorian beech framed wing armchair on square tapering legs with castors £100-150 750. A table lantern of tapering hexagonal form with leaf scroll surmount, 57cm high £40-60 Lot 766

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767. A George III walnut fret carved mirror, 73cm high £50-70 768. A William IV scroll end sofa on lappet carved front legs, 211cm wide £200-300 769. An Edwardian two-seater settee with pierced back splats, 104cm wide and an Edwardian inlaid chair £60-80 770. An early 19th Century oak pot cupboard, on turned legs, 43.5cm wide, a luggage rack and towel rail £40-60 771. A Victorian carved walnut framed nursing chair £40-60 772. An Edwardian mahogany and boxwood strung piano stool with hinged seat, 55cm wide and a child’s chair £50-80 773. A George III mahogany side table fitted a single drawer, on square chamfered legs £100-150 774. Two similar George III mahogany pot cupboards £150-200 775. A mahogany framed window seat with upholstered scroll ends and seat on square section legs, 106.5cm wide £120-180 776. A 19th Century mahogany framed arch back sofa, the upholstered back and seat on three square tapering front legs, 136cm wide see illustration £300-500 777. An early 18th Century oak side table, fitted a single drawer on turned legs with square stretchers, 71cm wide £150-200 778. A six-branch chandelier hung with ceramic roses, a four-branch chandelier and a light fitting hung with swags of prismatic drops £100-150

Lot 776 779. A Victorian mahogany bowfront chest of two short and three long drawers, on splay feet, 103cm wide £150-200 780. A George III walnut fret carved mirror with ho-ho bird crest, a painted overmantel mirror and another £40-60 781. An oval painted toleware tray, 76cm wide on associated stand and a painted tripod table £50-70 782. A George III mahogany splat back dining chair, with later arms, on moulded square legs £40-60 783. A copper coal bucket, a coal scuttle and a brass fire curb etc. £30-50

Textiles & Costume 785. Three various 19th Century samplers, to include an example by Fanny Horton of Upton on Severn, Worcestershire, April 8th 1857, 30cm x 30cm £60-80

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786. A pair of cream and gilt painted curtain poles and another single pole, 225cm, 160cm and 177cm, a pair of wooden curtain poles, 280cm and 177cm, a white painted curtain pole, 278cm and a silvered curtain pole with single blue finial, 162cm £80-100 787. Six gilt painted curtain poles, each with turned finials, 203cm, 210cm, 148cm (with only one finial), 205cm, 196cm and 205cm £150-200 788. A pair of gilt painted curtain poles with carved foliate finials and with pineapple head to centre, 265cm and 205cm, a pair of wooden curtain poles with turned finials, 205cm and 215cm and a gilt painted curtain pole with carved finials, 195cm £120-150 789. Two pairs of floral woven curtains, foliate decoration in variations of pink to a neutral ground, both 235cm drop x 135cm £60-80


790. Four pairs of floral printed curtains, in blue, yellow and cream, two short sets and two long, 110cm drop x 80cm, 120cm drop x 65cm, 195cm drop x 75cm and 195cm drop x 125cm; a pair of floral curtains in yellow, red and orange, 210cm drop x 90cm and a quantity of blue and white cushions £60-80 791. Two pairs of curtains with foliate woven detailing in cream and pale brown, each with rope trim to top, 220cm drop x 75cm, 220cm drop x 90cm and a single door curtain to match, 220cm drop x 130cm £60-80 792. Three pairs of curtains with foliate woven detailing in cream and pale brown with rope trim, 220cm drop x 90cm £60-80 793. Three pairs of floral and stripe printed curtains, in yellow, reds and green, 230cm drop x 80cm, 230cm drop x 100cm, 230cm drop x 120cm £60-80 794. A pair of red and cream curtains printed with putti, urns and floral sprays, 220cm drop x 135cm £40-60 795. Two pairs of floral curtains decorated with stylised flowerheads in cream to a red ground, 110cm drop x 180cm, 110cm drop x 120cm and a single door curtain in the same fabric, 350cm drop x 160cm £60-80 796. Four pairs of floral curtains decorated with stylised flowerheads in cream to a red ground, three pairs, 95cm drop x 55cm and one pair 220cm drop x 90cm £60-80 797. A William IV needlework sampler worked with sibling names and dates of birth and with central house, by Elizabeth Newell, January 1834, 31cm x 32cm £80-100 798. A lady’s cream silk floral hat with floral spray to front within a ‘Miss Smerling Ltd’ box and a mauve and turquoise floral hat, boxed £40-60

Lot 811 799. A Scotts & Co grey and black felt top hat cased within a ‘cruzier’ Fortnum & Mason carry case, an A J White black silk top hat in a Scotts box and a black bowler hat £80-120 800. An A J White black silk top hat in original box and a black top hat by Tress & Co £60-80 801. A Lock & Co black felt top hat in original box and a black silk top hat by A J White in a Lock & Co box £60-80 802. A bowler hat, “The Perfectus” by Dunn & Co, a top hat and another hat, all in a case £40-60 803. A black lace shawl, a lace stole and an Indian table runner embellished with silver thread £50-70

807. A French model chassepot bayonet with steel blade and scabbard and brass handle, numbered P26297 and a brass extending telescope by Kevin Bottomley & Baird (Canada) Ltd, St John N.B., 85cm long extended £100-150 808. A small group of various coins, medals and badges, to include a Loyal Orange Lodge The Orange Order sash with various badges, an 1817 white metal token mourning the death of Princess Charlotte and WW1 medals £80-100 809. A modern leather cartridge magazine with brass mounts and external strap, 34.5cm wide £50-70

804. A small feather fan with tortoiseshell sticks, an ivory fan painted flowers and five other pieces £50-80

810. A Harrods brown leather and rabbit fur lined aviator hat, a WVS civil defence canvas bag and a quantity of leather puttees £40-60

Militaria 805. A WWI torch The Orilux, JH Steward Ltd., London, in a leather case and a compass by TG & Co. Ltd 1941 £20-30

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806. A 19th Century pistol with walnut grip, inset an oval plaque with family crest, the side plate signed Ketland & Co.? and another pistol (badly damaged) £50-70

811. A kukri with horn handle and lion mask to the pommel, with leather scabbard and outer white metal scabbard with embossed decoration and inset three cabochon stones see illustration £60-80

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Clocks & Barometers 815. A late 19th Century clock set, the base and top in variegated marble with gilt metal mounts and column supports, fitted a circular dial and eight-day movement striking on a bell, 47cm high and a pair of five-branch four-light table lights, 53cm high £450-550 816. A Victorian rosewood barometer and thermometer by Brahm, Bath, 98cm long £120-150 817. A French oval four-glass eight-day regulator with brass and bevelled glass case, fitted a white enamel chapter ring signed ‘Martin of Paris and Cheltenham’ with open escapement, eight-day half-hour bell strike movement with mercury compensated pendulum, 30cm high £300-400

822. A novelty clock modelled as a domino by Jean Roulet, Le Locle, Switzerland, in a fitted case, 7.5cm x 4cm £80-120 823. A Louis XVI chinoiserie eight-day portico clock by Roque, Paris, surmounted by a standing Oriental figure, the clock supported by two pillars on a rectangular white marble base, the movement with silk suspension and sunburst pendulum, 32cm high see illustration £800-1200 824. A late 19th Century black slate eight-day drumhead mantel clock by John Bennett, 65 Cheapside, in an engraved and fluted case, 27cm high £30-50

825. A mahogany cased eight-day longcase clock by Ed. Drakeford, Congleton, the square painted dial with subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, the hood with broken swan neck pediment, the dial 36cm wide £300-500 826. A Victorian walnut cased wheel barometer with thermometer and silvered dial, 100cm high £80-120 827. An early 20th Century Vienna type regulator in a stained case, 77cm high £80-120

818. A late 19th Century eight-day kitchen dial with fusee gong train by G White, 1 Foregate Street, Worcester, 46cm diameter £300-400 819. A gilt brass eight-day carriage clock, 16cm high £80-100 820. A gilt metal eight-day mantel clock in a Rococo style case, striking on a bell, 35cm high and a pair of two-branch table lights, 17cm high £120-150 821. An Edwardian mahogany eight-day chiming and striking longcase clock with brass dial, 198cm high £150-200

Lot 823

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Miscellaneous Items 830. A quantity of George V silver coins, approximately 570gm £60-80 831. A large quantity of coins £40-60 832. A Hardy Brothers 3 1/8” Uniqua Reel, another reel, the Lennox by Walker Bampton & Co and various fishing rods £80-120 833. A spelter figure of a young woman holding a garland of flowers on a veined marble plinth with scroll feet, 46cm high £50-70 834. A wooden model of a tall ship with cloth sails on wooden stand, overall height 69cm £60-80 835. A cold painted bronze and onyx ashtray modelled with a mallard in flight, on a shaped onyx base, 21cm wide £80-120 836. A pair of Georgian brass miniature footmen, 9cm wide, a circular trivet and a miniature bedpan £400-600 837. A Sealey Octopus ‘Old Gold’ fly fishing rod and an Asker fishing rod £50-70

Lot 840 838. Two 18th Century brass tapersticks, 13.5cm, a brass chamberstick with pierced handle and a 17th Century steel meat-hook hanger Note: From the estate of the Late Mr Arthur Golding Barrett £300-400 839. An ‘Evra’ single plane propeller, 130cm long Note: From the estate of the Late Mr Arthur Golding Barrett see illustration £70-90

840. A group of flying, aerobatic and air balloon related items, to include photographs, magic lantern slides, reverse painted glass panels, a quantity of ceramics and glass and various armbands (framed as one) Note: From the estate of the Late Mr Arthur Golding Barrett see illustration £200-300

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851. Two carved hardwood tribal busts, Masai, Mombasa mid 20th Century, depicting a male and female figure, 20cm high, three smaller tribal busts, a comb, etc. and a carved hardwood tribal bust, Tanganyika mid 20th Century, probably depicting a Mukiya elder, 23cm high £80-120

841. A Minimax type A fire extinguisher with wall mount and refill box and an engine mounted on a wooden base, 73cm high Note: From the estate of the Late Mr Arthur Golding Barrett £60-80 842. A 17th Century brass candle snuffer and tray and a small brass pestle Note: From the estate of the Late Mr Arthur Golding Barrett £100-150

852. A quantity of French clay figural pipes with colour decoration in enamels, some numbered, two by L Fiolet and a French porcelain pipe decorated a scene of the Boer War £40-60

843. An 18th Century carved coconut snuff box, of circular form with floral carved hinged top, a carved wooden turret box (lacking cover), an 18th Century carved staff and a coconut bowl with brass feet Note: From the estate of the Late Mr Arthur Golding Barrett £150-200

853. Various stethoscopes and other doctor’s requisites £50-70

844. A pierced and spiked iron ball possibly from a ball and chain, a steel compass, a nut cracker and an iron ladle (handle detached) Note: From the estate of the Late Mr Arthur Golding Barrett £100-150

854. Two Indian painted spelter table lights, two pairs of brass candlesticks and a brass door porter in the form of a horse £120-150 855. An alabaster coat-of-arms and a small lead cherub mask head £40-60

845. A 17th/18th Century studded vessel or black jack, a bamboo tankard with seal, two pairs of iron tongs and a copper box and cover Note: From the estate of the Late Mr Arthur Golding Barrett £200-300

856. Two Classical relief portraits and a plaster replica of the Chatsworth foot £60-80

846. A turned wood rolling pin, a brass trivet with pierced heart motif and three other pieces of domestic wares Note: From the estate of the Late Mr Arthur Golding Barrett £150-200 847. A novelty desk inkstand, mounted with a wooden propeller, two other wooden propellers, a brass model plane and various other desk items Note: From the estate of the Late Mr Arthur Golding Barrett £40-60 848. A quantity of sundry items to include a pair of brass candlesticks, a Shibayama ivory box and cover, a carved wooden box and a turned wooden lamp £20-30

Lot 850

849. A modern hand built tall ship within a rectangular glass case, 53cm high £80-120 850. A carved hardwood tribal figure, Benin, mid 20th Century, depicting the Greedy Hunter carrying an elephant and being bitten on the foot by a cockroach, 39.5cm high see illustration £100-150

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857. Nine neoclassical oval reliefs, framed and a quantity of glass door furniture £40-60 858. A quantity of various brass wares to include a watering can and a milk warming jug £30-50 859. A pair of toleware wall pockets, each with flared, scalloped and gadrooned bodies on fan shaped bases, painted black and highlighted in gilt, 19cm high £80-120


860. A small tooled leather jewellery chest with panelled doors decorated in the Oriental style, fitted four drawers within, 23cm high, a lead tea canister, two pewter mugs and six pewter quaiches £50-70 861. Three Arts & Crafts stained glass panels, the largest 90cm high £70-100 862. A taxidermy fox in a glass case and a pair of lady’s brown leather riding boots £40-60 863. An alabaster bust of a woman with bonnet, signed Bessy to back, on later marble plinth, 39cm high see illustration £300-500 864. A ‘Conservatory’ violin, cased with single bow, 59cm long £100-150 Lot 863 865. A Pietra Dura hardstone plaque depicting a gentleman in a waistcoat and hat drinking wine from a bottle, 25cm x 11.5cm see illustration £60-80 866. A 19th Century marble figure of a seated woman holding two small children, 61cm high (damages) £400-600 867. Three sets of apothecary scales, Georgian and later, and two sets of chemists brass weights, all cased £100-150 868. A Georgian mahogany tea caddy, of rectangular form with satinwood stringing, fitted two hinged canisters flanking a later cut glass bowl, 30.5cm wide and a rosewood tea caddy of sarcophagus form, 19.75cm wide £60-80

Lot 865

869. An oak jewellery box of rectangular form with crossbanded and strung borders, inset a mother-of-pearl plaque to the lid, brass ring handles to each side, 27cm wide and a brass inlaid rosewood desk set fitted two glass inkwells £30-50

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870. A Victorian pewter quart mug and four other tankards various £30-50 871. A 19th Century rosewood and inlaid jewellery box with lift-out tray and concealed drawer to side, 30.5cm wide and an Edwardian walnut stationery box £50-70 872. A bronze figure of a pacing stallion on a polished red marble plinth, 24cm high £80-120 873. A 19th Century rosewood box, 28cm wide, two other boxes and a cast iron door stop modelled as the Duke of Wellington £40-60 874. A Regency rosewood tea caddy with domed cover and ring handles to the sides, 34cm wide and a satinwood inlaid box on paw feet, 24cm wide £60-80 875. A 19th Century walnut and brass bound writing slope, 35cm wide and a pair of turned wood goblets with brass strap work decoration £50-70

Miscellaneous Items


CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS FOR ONSITE AUCTIONS c.

INFORMATION FOR BUYERS AT AUCTIONS 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

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 on our website 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.

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.

6.

Please make sure that you read our Terms of Sale set out in our 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.

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. Books are sold ‘as found’ and are not collated unless stated. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots set out in the Terms of Sale at clause 12.4.

7.

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.

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.

8.

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

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 will be added to this premium, with the exception of books (see below).

b.

(*) 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

b.

if there is a prohibition on importing goods of that character e.g. because the goods contain prohibited materials such as ivory.

9.

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.

10.

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 the leaving of commission bids by telephone or fax/email or via our website or online bidding platform.

11.

Methods of Payment. Usually any payment will need to be cleared before you can take the goods away except for cash, for which there is an upper limit of 15,000 Euros equivalent. Cheques are not acceptable tender unless agreed in advance with a Director of Chorley’s. Credit card payments will incur a surcharge of 3% + VAT on the amount due.

12.

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.

a.


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.

Definitions and interpretation

1.1

To make these Terms of Sale easier to read, we have given the following words a specific meaning:

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;

“VAT”

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.

Please note that these Terms of Sale relate to auctions held at our premises only. 1

“Trader”

“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;

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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.

“Bidder”

means a person participating in bidding at the auction;

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.

“Buyer”

means the person who makes the highest bid for a Lot accepted by the Auctioneer;

2.6

We and Trader Sellers have a legal duty to supply any Lots to you in accordance with these Terms of Sale.

“Deliberate Forgery”

means: (a) an imitation made with the intention of 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;

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.

“Hammer Price”

means the level of the highest bid for a Lot 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 Proceeds”

means the net amount due to the Seller;

“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 Sale”

means these terms of sale, as amended or 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;

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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).

4

The purchase price

8

Title and collection of purchases

8.1

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.

8.2

You will (at your own expense) collect any Lots that you have purchased and paid for either:

As Buyer, you will pay: a.

the Hammer Price;

b.

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

c.

any artist’s resale right royalty payable on the sale of the Lot; and

d.

any VAT due.

5

VAT

5.1

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.

5.2

We will charge VAT at the current rate at the date of the auction.

6

The contract between you and the Seller

6.1

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.

6.2

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.

6.3

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.

8.3

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.

8.4

Risk of loss or damage to the Lot will pass to you when you (or your agents) take physical possession of the Lot.

8.5

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.

9

Remedies for non-payment or failure to collect purchases

9.1

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:

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.

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;

6.4

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).

7

Payment

9.1.4

remove, store and insure the Lot at your expense;

7.1

Immediately following your successful bid on a Lot you will:

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

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 in cash (for which there is an upper limit of 15,000 euros equivalent) or in any other way that we agree to accept payment.

7.2

If you owe us any money, we may use any payment made by you to repay these debts.

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9.1.8

if we sell any Lots for you, use the money made on these Lots to repay any amount you owe us.

9.2

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 non-compliance by you with these Terms of Sale.


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12.4

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.

11

Warranties

11.1

The Seller warrants to us and to you that:

13 Deliberate Forgeries 13.1

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.

13.2

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:

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; 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. 11.2

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 sold ‘as found’ and are not collated unless stated. 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.

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, 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.

13.3

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.

11.3

Please note that many of the Lots that you may bid on at our auction are second-hand.

13.4

11.4

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.

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.

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Our liability to you

14.1

We will not be liable for any loss of opportunity or disappointment suffered as a result of participating in our auction.

14.2

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.

14.3

Subject to Clause 14.4, 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.

14.4

Notwithstanding the above, nothing in these Terms of Sale shall limit our liability (or that of our employees or agents) for:

11.5

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.

12

Descriptions and condition

12.1

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).

12.2

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.

12.3

14.4.1 death or personal injury resulting from negligence (as defined in the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977);

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.

14.4.2 fraudulent misrepresentation; or 14.4.3 any liability which cannot be excluded by law.

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15 Notices

17

General

15.1

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.

17.1

We may, acting reasonably, refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person.

17.2

15.2

Any notice referred in Clause 15.1 may be given:

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 either 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.

17.3

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.

17.4

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.

17.5

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.

17.6

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.

17.7

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.

17.8

These Terms of Sale, forming part of our Conditions of Business, are based upon terms recommended by SOFAA.

15.2.1 by delivering it by hand; 15.2.2 by first class pre-paid post or Recorded Delivery; or 15.2.3 by email, provided that a copy is also sent by pre-paid post or Recorded Delivery. 15.3

Notices must be sent: 15.3.1 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

15.3.2 by email: a.

b.

to us, by sending the notice to both the following email addresses: simon.chorley@chorleys.com enquiries@chorleys.com to you, by sending the notice to any email address that you have given to us as your contact email address in writing.

15.4 Notices will be deemed to have been received: 15.4.1 if delivered by hand, on the day of delivery; 15.4.2 if sent by first class pre-paid post or Recorded Delivery, two business days after posting, exclusive of the day of posting; or 15.4.3 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 15.2.3.) 15.5

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.

16 Data Protection We will hold and process any personal data in relation to you in accordance with our current privacy policy, a copy of which is available on request.

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31st January & 1st February 2017

Prinknash Abbey Park Gloucestershire GL4 8EU

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

Auction Catalogue

Prinknash Abbey Park Gloucestershire GL4 8EU

Tuesday 31st January & Wednesday 1st February 2017

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Chorley's Jan/Feb 2017 Auction Catalogue  

Auction catalogue for 31 January/1 February two-day sale of antiques and art including glass & ceramics, silver & jewellery, books, toys, pi...

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