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2012

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A fine pair of Chinese export vases, Qianlong, 17¾” high.

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Provenance: The Earl and Countess of Shrewsbury, and thence by descent. £1,000 – 2,000

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F ine p ortrait miniatures 11th APRIL, 2013

English School, c.1580 Oil on copper (shown actual size). £3,000 – £5,000

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Wednesday, 5th December 2012 10.30am The Guy Davey Collections Silver Plate Silver and Related Items Flatware Works of Art A Private Collection of Renaissance and Later Medals

Thursday, 6th December 2012 Morning Session 10.30am

Afternoon Session

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Pocket Watches 'The Scholar's Studio' Wrist Watches Separate Catalogue lots 700-961 Carriage Clocks The Scholar’s Studio

The Scholar’s Studio. Thursday, 6th December

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Thursday, 6th December, 2012

专家艺术堂

Friday, 7th December 2012 10.30am Boxes, Caddies and Bric-a-Brac Metalwork and Sculpture Guns and Militaria Clocks and Scientific Instruments Rugs and Carpets Furniture View images of all lots and bid live online

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THE GUY DAVE Y COLLECTIONS


THE GUY DAVEY COLLECTION OF MENU CARD HOLDERS – PART II

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A SET OF FOUR EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS, the circular backs with applied cockerels, on circular bases, by Sampson Mordan & Co., Chester 1907, 1¼” high, (c.3.1oz) (4)

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A SET OF THREE MOTHER OF PEARL INLAID MENU CARD HOLDERS, each modelled in the form of a different character, on filled circular bases, with wirework backs, makers mark obscured, London 1910/1911, 3¼” high

£100-200

£100-200

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A SET OF FOUR MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of standing owls, with yellow and black glass eyes, on circular bases, by Sampson Mordan & Co., London 1922, 1½” high, (c.2.6oz)

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A SET OF FOUR MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of cockerels, on filled oval bases with slot -fronts, by Sampson Mordan & Co., Chester, 1912, 1½” high

£200-400

£200-400

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A SET OF THREE PARCEL GILT MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of sitting hares, on filled oval bases, with slot backs, by G.M. & Co., Birmingham 1913, 1¼” high

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A SET OF THREE MENU CARD HOLDERS of circular form, with wire-work bases, the centres with silhouette decoration depicting game birds and a shooter, by SC & Co., London, 1912, 1¾” high

£100-200

£100-200

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A SET OF FOUR MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of game birds with red glass eyes, oblong bar backs, on disc bases, by JH, London 1928, 0¾” high. See illustration

10 A SET OF FOUR MENU CARD HOLDERS of disc form, each applied with a different animal, on oval bases, by GB & Co. Ltd, London 1911, 1½” high (2.6oz)

£300-600

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A SET OF FOUR MENU CARD HOLDERS of rectangular form with ribbon borders, the centres applied with enamel flags, by William Comyns, London/ Birmingham 1914, 1” high (c.2.4oz)

£100-200

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A SET OF FIVE EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS of circular form with green enamelled backgrounds and clover-leaf decoration, on disc bases, by Sampson Mordan & Co., Chester 1908/9/10, 1¼” high (c.4.4oz)

£200-300

£100-200 11 A SET OF SIX SILVER GILT AND PORCELAIN MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of different birds, on circular stepped bases and disc backs, by CB & Sons, London 1921, 2” high. See illustration £300-600 12 A PAIR OF MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of sailing boats, on rectangular bases, by the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co., London 1936, the underside of the bases also bearing a retailers mark, 2¼” high, (c.4.7oz) £100-200

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Lots 4 and 11

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13 A SET OF FOUR MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of parakeets, on filled oval bases, by Sampson Mordan & Co., Chester, 1914, 1¾” high

19 A SET OF SIX CAST MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of running foxes, with “D”-shaped backs, each marked only with a lion passant, 3¾” long. See illustration

£200-400

14 A SET OF SEVEN EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of flowers, with wire-work backs, by HM, Birmingham/Chester 1902, 2” high (c.5.4oz)

20 A SET OF SEVEN VICTORIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS of pierced form, each side modelled in the form of a guardsman on sentry duty, with easel backs, two monogrammed, by GH, London 1890, 2” high (c.6.9oz)

£200-400

15 A SET OF THREE MENU CARD HOLDERS of circular form, decorated with different enamelled game birds, on circular bases, by C.P. & Co., Chester 1927/1928, 1¾” high, (c.3.1oz)

£100-200

£100-200

£200-400 23 A SET OF FOUR MENU CARD HOLDERS of cut-out form, each depicting a different bird, by Adie Brothers, Birmingham 1935, with additional Jubilee mark, 2½” high (c.3.6oz)

£200-400

18 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of Father Christmas, with pierced backs, makers mark partially obscured, probably Horton & Allday, Birmingham 1903, 3” high

£100-200

22 A SET OF EIGHT MENU CARD HOLDERS of circular form, on wirework stands, each depicting silhouettes of animals and hunting scenes, by S.J.B., (one by Elkington & Co.), London 1913, 2” high. See illustration

17 A SET OF FOUR MENU CARD HOLDERS of circular form, with enamelled inserts depicting horses heads, each signed, on splayed feet, with registration marks, by Grey & Co., Chester 1910, 2” high

£200-400

21 A PAIR OF CAST MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of dogs heads with red glass eyes, circular backs and easel stands, by the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company, London 1911, 1.2” high

16 A SET OF FOUR MENU CARD HOLDERS of cut-out form, each depicting a different dogs head, with bar backs, on circular bases, by A & G.C., Chester 1936, 1” high, (c.2.5oz)

£200-400

£100-200

24 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS of circular form, with guilloche enamel decoration depicting sprigs of flowers, on filled pedestal bases, makers mark partially obscured, Birmingham 1904, 2” high

£100-200

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£100-200


Lots 19 and 22

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25 A SET OF FOUR MENU CARD HOLDERS with green enamelled oval borders centred with “Menu”, on filled circular bases, by Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1919, 1¼” high

31 A SET OF FOUR MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of naval crowns, with hoop backs, on octagonal bases, by J.W.B., Birmingham 1927, 1” high, (c.3.1oz)

£200-400

26 MILITARY INTEREST: A SET OF SIX MENU CARD HOLDERS, each modelled in the form of different types of servicemen through the ages, on stepped circular filled bases, by the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co., the reverse of the base bearing addition retailers plaques, London 1929/1931/1935, 4” high. See illustration

32 A PAIR OF MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of butterflies with polychrome mother of pearl wings, on graduated filled circular bases, monogrammed, by Mappin & Webb, Birmingham 1912, 2” high

£100-200

£200-400

35 A SET OF THREE MENU CARD HOLDERS of wirework form, each mounted with an agricultural prize medal for “The South Down Sheep Society Champion Ram for 1912, 1913 and 1916”, by JSB, London 1912/1919, 2¾” high, (c.8.6oz). See illustration

£100-200 29 A SET OF FOUR MENU CARD HOLDERS of cut-out circular form, each modelled in the form of a horse’s head, on circular bases, by A.W. Chester 1933, 1½” high, (c.2.5oz)

£100-200

£200-400

36 A SET OF FOUR SCOTTISH MENU CARD HOLDERS, each applied with a stags head above a motto, with hoop stands, by J.M.T. Edinburgh 1898, 2” high

30 A SET OF FOUR MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of elephants, on filled circular bases, by W.M. Co., Birmingham 1913, 1¾” high

£200-400

34 TWO SIMILAR PAIRS OF VICTORIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS of pierced form, each depicting classical figures and a lion slaying a victim, two by Rosenthal Jacob & Co. London 1891, and two by Samuel Jacob, London 1892, 2” high (c.2.9oz) (4)

28 A SET OF FOUR SCOTTISH MENU CARD HOLDERS of cut-out square form, each depicting a different castle: Braemar, Edinburgh, Glamis and Inveraray, on semi-circular bases, by E & S, Glasgow 1937/1938, 1½” high

£100-200

33 A SET OF FOUR VICTORIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS of pierced form, depicting bear baiting, with hoop stands, by Samuel Jacob, London 1892, 1½” high, (c.3.2oz)

£300-600

27 A PAIR OF MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of military figures, on graduated circular filled bases, by the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co., the reverse of the base also bearing a retailers plaque, London 1939, 4¼” high

£100-200

£200-400

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£100-200


Lots 26 and 35

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43 A PAIR OF TORTOISESHELL AND PIQUE-WORK MENU CARD HOLDERS of oval form, each decorated with a different bird, with presentation inscription, by William Comyns, Birmingham 1912/1913, 1¼” high

37 A SET OF FOUR TORTOISESHELL AND PIQUE WORK MENU CARD HOLDERS of rectangular form with ribbon borders, each depicting different birds amongst foliage, rectangular bases, by C & RC, London 1921/22, 1” high See illustration

£200-400

44 A SET OF FOUR TORTOISESHELL AND PIQUE-WORK MENU CARD HOLDERS of rectangular form with ribbon borders, centred with paterae and swags, on rectangular bases, by William Comyns, Birmingham 1912, 1” high. See illustration

38 A PAIR OF TORTOISESHELL AND PIQUE-WORK MENU CARD HOLDERS of circular form, the inserts depicting game birds, on circular bases, by Adie Brothers, Birmingham 1922, and a similar pair, Birmingham 1912, 1¼” high (4)

£200-400

£100-200

40 A SET OF FOUR TORTOISESHELL INLAID MENU CARD HOLDERS of demi-lune form, with pierced scroll borders, by William Comyns, Birmingham/London 1912/1913, 1” high

£200-400

£100-200

47 A SET OF FOUR EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of fish, on filled oval bases, by Sampson Mordan & Co., Chester 1909, 1” high

£200-400

42 A PAIR OF TORTOISESHELL AND PIQUE-WORK MENU CARD HOLDERS, the tortoiseshell panels depicting birds in flight, on shaped rectangular bases, by Levi & Saloman, Birmingham 1913, 1¼” high

£200-400

46 A PAIR OF TORTOISESHELL AND PIQUE-WORK MENU CARD HOLDERS of rectangular form with ribbon borders and urn and swag decoration, on rectangular bases, by William Comyns, London/Birmingham 1912, 1” high, together with a silver gilt and tortoiseshell example by William Comyns (3)

41 A PAIR OF TORTOISESHELL AND PIQUE-WORK MENU CARD HOLDERS of oval form with ribbon borders, decorated with ribbons and paterae, on oval bases, by C & RC, London 1921, 1¼” high, and a similar pair of tortoiseshell and pique-work menu card holders, London 1914 (4)

£200-400

45 A SET OF FOUR TORTOISESHELL AND PIQUE-WORK MENU CARD HOLDERS of rectangular form with ribbon borders, each depicting a different animal, fish or bird, on rectangular bases, by William Comyns, London 1914, one with an overstamped makers mark, Birmingham 1914, 1” high

39 A PAIR OF TORTOISESHELL INLAID MENU CARD HOLDERS of circular form, on filled circular bases, by Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1913, 1½” high, and a pair of tortoiseshell and pique-work menu card holders of oblong form, by William Comyns (4)

£100-200

£200-400

48 HUNTING INTEREST: A PAIR OF VICTORIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS centred with cast foxes heads flanked by two riding crops and horseshoes, on stepped rectangular bases, by JWM and retailed by Mappin & Webb, also with registration marks, London 1897, 2” high, (c.3.1oz)

£100-200

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£100-200


Lots 37 and 44

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49 MILITARY INTEREST: A SET OF SIX MENU CARD HOLDERS of shaped circular form, each bearing the crest of a different regiment, with strut backs and on shaped circular bases, by A.W., Chester 1932, 1” high (c.3.7oz)

55 A PAIR OF MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of ship’s wheels, on octagonal bases, by S.B. & B. Ltd, Birmingham/Chester 1934/1935, 1¼” high, and a menu card holder modelled in the form of an inflatable ring centred with a blue, white and red enamel flag (3)

£200-400

£100-200

50 A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS of pierced form decorated with winged cherubs amongst scrolls, with “D”-shaped backs, by William Comyns, London 1890/1891, 3” high (c.4.8oz)

56 A.E. BONNER: A PAIR OF ARTS AND CRAFTS MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of leaping fish, on pointed bases, London 1913, 1” high

£200-400

51 A SET OF SIX MENU CARD HOLDERS of cut-out pierced form, centred with a double crest within a wreath, on circular bases, by Adie Brothers, Birmingham 1948, 1” high (c.3.4oz)

57 A SET OF FOUR EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of hatching chicks, by Sampson Mordan & Co., Chester 1907, 1” high

£200-400

£100-200

58 A SET OF FOUR EDWARDIAN AND LATER MENU CARD HOLDERS of disc form, each applied with a carved bird, on oval bases, by GB & Co., London 1909/1910, 1” high (c.2.4oz)

52 HUNTING INTEREST: A SET OF FOUR MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of huntsmen jumping fences, by Adie Brothers, Birmingham 1932/1933, 2” high (c.3.5oz)

£200-400

£200-400

60 A PAIR OF MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of ducks on filled oval bases, by Sampson Mordan & Co., London 1924, 1” high, and a pair of Edwardian menu card holders modelled in the form of fish, on oval bases, by Sampson Mordan & Co., Chester 1908, (4)

£200-400

54 A SET OF FOUR CAST MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of branches surmounted by animals and birds, on wish-bone bases, by C & CH, Birmingham 1910, 2½” high (c.3.5oz)

£200-400

59 A PAIR OF MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of flying kingfishers with red glass eyes, on disc stands, by W.H. London 1910, 1¼” high (c.3oz)

53 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN ART NOUVEAU MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of birds nesting, by Horton and Allday, Birmingham 1901, 1½” high, and a pair of Art Nouveau menu card holders modelled in the form of pierced flowers, Birmingham 1901/1903 (4). See illustration

£100-200

£100-200 61 A SET OF FOUR EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS of circular form, the enamel inserts depicting different types of horses, by Sampson Mordan & Co. Ltd, Chester 1906, also bearing registration numbers, 1½” high, (c.5.3oz). See illustration

£200-400

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£300-600


Lots 53 and 61

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62 A PAIR OF SILVER AND ENAMEL MENU CARD HOLDERS, the upright panels depicting hunting dogs with game birds in their mouths, with wire-work backs and on shaped rectangular bases, by Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1913/1916, 1½” high

£200-400

63 OXFORD UNIVERSITY INTEREST: A SET OF FOUR MENU CARD HOLDERS with wirework backs, bearing the crest of University College, Oxford, in yellow and blue enamel, on octagonal bases, by JWB, Birmingham 1910/1912, with additional retailers mark of “Rowell”, 1” high, (c.2.8oz)

£100-200

64 OXFORD UNIVERSITY INTEREST: A SET OF FOUR MENU CARD HOLDERS with wirework backs, bearing the crest of Magdalene College, Oxford, in black and white enamel, on octagonal bases, by JWV, Birmingham 1910/12/13, with retailers mark for “Rowell of Oxford”, 1” high, (c.2.9oz)

£100-200

65 OXFORD UNIVERSITY INTEREST: A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS of circular form applied with enamelled crest of Christ Church College, Oxford, on circular bases, by Sampson Mordan & Co., Chester 1904, 1¾” high

£100-200

66 OXFORD UNIVERSITY INTEREST: A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS with wire-work backs, bearing the crest of Oriel College in red, yellow and white enamels, on octagonal bases, by JWB, Birmingham 1904, 1¼” high

£100-200

67 OXFORD UNIVERSITY INTEREST: AN EDWARDIAN SET OF EIGHT MENU CARD HOLDERS with wirework backs, bearing enamelled crests of different Oxford colleges, on octagonal bases, by J.W.B. Birmingham 1902 and later, with retailers mark of “Rowell of Oxford”, 1½” high, (c.5.8oz) £200-400

68 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS of circular form with applied enamelled decoration depicting ships flags, on circular bases, probably by S. Mordan & Co., Chester 1904, 1½” high

£100-200

69 A SET OF EIGHT MENU CARD HOLDERS of circular form, each decorated with an enamelled insert of a different bird, on splayed feet, by Grey & Co., Chester 1911/13/14, with registration marks, 2” high. See illustration

£400-800

70 FISHING INTEREST: A PAIR OF MENU CARD HOLDERS of circular form, the enamelled inserts depicting flying fish, on circular bases, each monogrammed, by Sampson Mordan & Co. Ltd, and additional retailers marks of Finnegan’s of Manchester, Chester 1912/13, 1¼” high

£200-400

71 FISHING INTEREST: A MATCHED PAIR OF MENU CARD HOLDERS of circular form, with enamelled inserts of flying fish, on circular bases, both by Sampson Mordan & Co., Chester 1905/1908, 1¼” high

£200-400

72 A SET OF FOUR EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS of circular form with enamelled inserts depicting a stag, a fox and a hare, on circular bases, by Sampson Mordan & Co. Ltd, Chester 1904/1906, 1¼” high (c.6.3oz). See illustration

£300-600

73 A SET OF THREE EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS of circular form, the enamelled fronts depicting birds in flight, on circular bases, by Sampson Mordan & Co. Ltd., Chester 1907/9, 1¼” high (c.3.9oz)

£200-400

74 A MENU CARD HOLDER of circular form with enamelled decoration depicting a game bird, on a filled circular base, by Levi and Saloman, Birmingham 1910, and a circular menu holder mounted with a fishing fly (2) 20 £100-200


Lots 69 and 72

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75 A PAIR OF MENU CARD HOLDERS of circular form, inset with painted Royal Worcester porcelain plaques depicting game birds, on circular pedestal bases, signed possibly “Stinton”, makers mark rubbed, Birmingham 1913, 3” high, and a similar example (3)

£100-200

76 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS of circular form with coloured inserts depicting a hound with a game bird in its mouth, on circular bases, by William Hornby, London 1904, 1” high

£100-200

77 A MENU CARD HOLDER of circular form with a painted Royal Worcester porcelain insert depicting a sailing boat, on a stepped circular base, by S & M, Birmingham 1913, 2” high, and two silver and enamel menu card holders by Grey & Co., one depicting a hare in a field and another depicting a dog’s head in profile (3)

£100-200

78 A PAIR OF SILVER GILT AND INTAGLIO “LUCKY SYMBOL” MENU CARD HOLDERS, each decorated with a different flower, by William Hornby, London 1910, 0¾” high

£100-200

79 A SET OF FOUR MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of farmyard animals, with engraved decoration on slightly domed circular bases, by Sampson Mordan & Co., Chester 1912, with facsimile signature of “Benjamin Rabier”, 2” high (c.4.6oz). See illustration

Benjamin Rabier (1864-1939) was a French illustrator, comic book artist and animator. His work inspired artists such as Herge.

£300-600

80 A SET OF THREE MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of farmyard animals, with engraved decoration on slightly domed circular bases, by Sampson Mordan & Co, Chester 1911, also engraved with the facsimile signature of Benjamin Rabier, 2½” high (c.3.3oz) £200-400

81 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of grouse, with hoop backs, by Grey & Co., Birmingham 1903, 1¼” high

£100-200

82 A SET OF FOUR VICTORIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of figures below a staircase and balustrade, on compressed ball feet, by EH, London 1891/2, 2” high (c.3.6oz)

£100-200

83 A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of galleons in full sail, on pierced shaped circular bases, by J.D., London 1897/1898/1901, 2” high (c.5.3oz)

£100-200

84 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of galleons in full sail, on stepped rectangular bases, by Mappin & Webb, London 1904, 1¾” high, and a pair of Birmingham made menu holders in the form of galleons (4)

£100-200

85 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of naval crowns, on graduated wooden bases, by George Unite, Birmingham 1901, and a set of three menu card holders in the form of naval crowns, each engraved with the name of a different ship, Birmingham 1905 (5)

£200-400

86 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN AND LATER MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of Britannia seated on the back of a recumbent lion, on “D”-shaped stands, by C.E., London 1896/1901, 3” high

£100-200

87 A SET OF THREE SCOTTISH MENU CARD HOLDERS after Aesop’s Fables, modelled in the form of a stork, a fox and a water jug, on “D”-shaped stands, by J.M.T., Edinburgh 1899, 2” high (c.4oz). See illustration 22

£200-400


Lots 79 and 87

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88 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of running hounds, with “D”-shaped stands, by Samuel Jacob, London 1902, 1¾” high

94 A PAIR OF MENU CARD HOLDERS of circular form, applied with models of running boars, on circular bases, by S & I, Chester 1936, 1” high

£100-200

£100-200

89 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of polo players on horseback, with “D”-shaped stands, bearing registration numbers, by Samuel Jacob, London 1901/1902, 2¾” high

95 A PAIR OF CONTINENTAL FIGURAL MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of a 19th century courtier, by Berthold Muller, bearing London import marks for 1896, 5” high (c.5.6oz). See illustration

£100-200

90 A SET OF FIVE MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of running animals, four by Adie Brothers, Birmingham/London 1932, and one by S & C. Ltd, 2” high (4.2oz)

96 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN FIGURAL MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of a laughing oriental man pointing, with wirework backs, on compressed ball feet, by William Hutton & Sons, London 1895, (one date letter rubbed), 3¾” high, (c.2.5oz). See illustration

£200-400

91 A SET OF FOUR “CUT-OUT ANIMAL” MENU CARD HOLDERS on oval bases, with registration marks, by C & CH, Birmingham 1912, 1½” high (c.1.6oz)

£100-200

£100-200

98 A SET OF SIX MENU CARD HOLDERS of wirework form, centred with discs applied with animal figures, strut backs, 1¼” high, by G & C, London 1912

£100-200

93 A PAIR OF MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of birds taking flight from reeds, on “D”-shaped stands, by Samuel Jacob, London 1911, 2” high, and a pair of Art Nouveau menu card holders decorated with a stork amongst reeds, on easel backs (4)

£100-200

97 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of standing owls with yellow and black glass eyes, by Sampson Mordan & Co., Chester 1905, 1” high.

92 A SET OF FOUR “CUT-OUT ANIMAL” MENU CARD HOLDERS on oval bases, with registration marks, by C. & C.H., Birmingham 1912/1913, 1¾” high (c.1.5oz)

£100-200

£100-200

99 A SET OF SIX EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS of circular form applied with maiden’s heads, on circular bases, by H.N., Birmingham 1905/8, 1¼” tall (c.4.2oz)

£100-200

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£200-400


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100 A PAIR OF MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of bulls heads, on canted rectangular bases, by W.M. Co., Birmingham 1912, 2” high

106 A MENU CARD HOLDER of upright rectangular form, flanked with a mother of pearl inlaid figure of a soldier brandishing a rifle, with a wooden strut back, by C & C, London 1914, also bearing a registration mark, 3½” high. See illustration

£100-200 101 A SET OF THREE MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of horse shoes, on slightly domed circular filled bases, by Levi & Saloman, Birmingham 1922, 1½” high

107 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN SILVER GILT MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of artist’s palettes, each with a portrait feature, with wirework circular backs and on circular bases, by Martin Hall & Co., Birmingham 1904, 1½” high, and a pair of silver gilt disc menu card holders with white enamel stripes, makers marks rubbed, London assay (4)

£100-200

102 WINCHESTER INTEREST: A PAIR OF MENU CARD HOLDERS, one modelled in the form of King Alfred and one of the “Trusty Servant”, on graduated octagonal bases, by Frederick James Ross, Chester 1910, 3¾” high

£100-200

£100-200

110 A MATCHED SET OF FOUR EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of vintage cars, on circular bases, by William Hornby, London 1905/6, one bearing a retailers mark for Asprey and one with an illegible different makers mark. 1” high (c.1.6oz)

£100-200

105 A MATCHED PAIR OF VICTORIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of crossed rifles, both by Saunders and Shepherd, bearing registration marks, London 1900, the other Chester assay, 3¼” high (c.2.6oz). See illustration

£100-200

109 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN AND LATER CAST MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of pairs of running hounds, by James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1901/1914, 2” high (c.3.4oz)

£100-200

104 A PAIR OF CAST MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of running foxes, by CTM/JW, London 1931, 1” high (c.5.1oz)

£100-200

108 A SET OF FOUR LATE VICTORIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of clenched fists, above the motto “Ferro et Flamma”, by WG/JL, London 1898, 1½” high (c.2.5oz)

103 WINCHESTER INTEREST: A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of the “Trusty Servant”, on domed circular slot bases, by S & Co., Birmingham 1909, 1½” high, with four other similar menu card holders (6)

£100-200

£100-200

£100-200

111-119 Spare lots

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THE GUY DAVEY COLLECTION OF PENCILS – PART II

126 A HARDSTONE AND 18CT GOLD NOVELTY PROPELLING PENCIL modelled in the form of a standing owl with red glass eyes, suspension ring, by S. Mordan & Co., 1¾” long. See illustration

120 A VICTORIAN NOVELTY PROPELLING PENCIL in the form of a miniature bottle of champagne, with enameled label and suspension ring, by S. Mordan & Co., circa 1890, 2” long. See illustration

£100-200

127 A VICTORIAN NOVELTY PROPELLING PENCIL, the ivory case modelled in the form of a girl in a bonnet, suspension ring, engraved with a Victorian date lozenge, by S. Mordan & Co., 1¾” long. See illustration

121 A VICTORIAN NOVELTY PROPELLING PENCIL in the form of a screw, the terminal engraved with initials, suspension ring, by S. Mordan & Co., 2½” long. See illustration

£100-200

£200-400

122 A VICTORIAN NOVELTY TELESCOPIC PENCIL in the form of a cannon, with swivel ring to the terminal, by S. Mordan & Co., circa 1880, 3½” long. See illustration

128 A MORDAN “STOCKBROKERS” PENCIL with red celluloid barrel and silver ends, with engine turned decoration, London 1936, 5½” long. See illustration

£200-300

123 A VICTORIAN EXTENDING PENCIL with wrythen column case terminating in a monogrammed seal, and golf ball style terminal, by S. Mordan & Co., 3¼” long. See illustration

£100-200

£100-200

130 AN EDWARDIAN NOVELTY EXTENDING PENCIL/MAGNIFYING GLASS/SEAL, the case of column form, by S. Mordan & Co., London 1903, 4½” long.

£200-400

£100-200

131 A VICTORIAN NOVELTY EXTENDING PENCIL in the form of a key, unmarked, 2¼”, and an engine turned pencil, marked T&A conjoined (2)

125 A VICTORIAN NOVELTY PROPELLING PENCIL modelled in the form of an ice skate, suspension ring, by S. Mordan & Co., circa 1880, 2½” long. See illustration

£100-200

129 A VICTORIAN NOVELTY EXTENDING PENCIL modelled in the form of a pistol handled butter knife, with foliate chased blade, suspension ring, by S. Mordan & Co., 4½” long. See illustration

124 A VICTORIAN NOVELTY EXTENDING PENCIL/PENKNIFE/ BUTTON HOOK modelled in the form of a lighthouse, suspension ring, makers mark rubbed, possibly JA, possibly Birmingham 1886, 2¼” long. See illustration

£200-400

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£100-200


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132 A VICTORIAN NOVELTY EXTENDING PENCIL in the form of a pig, with amber glass eyes, marked with an engraved Victorian registration lozenge, otherwise unmarked, 1¼” long

138 A VICTORIAN NOVELTY EXTENDING PENCIL/LETTER OPENER modelled in the form of a sword, double suspension ring, by S. Mordan & Co., with additional engraved date lozenge, 5¼” long. See illustration

£100-200

133 A VICTORIAN NOVELTY EXTENDING PENCIL in the form of an elephant, unmarked, 1½” long. See illustration

139 AN EARLY VICTORIAN EXTENDING PENCIL with engine-turned barrel, the terminal attached with a magnifying glass with hinged shutter, unmarked, circa 1840, 4” long, and an engine turned extending pencil with a vinaigrette to the terminal (2). See illustration

£100-200

134 A VICTORIAN NOVELTY TELESCOPIC PENCIL in the form of a telescope, with black leather case, suspension chain, engraved with Victorian date lozenge, by S. Mordan & Co., 2” long. See illustration

£100-200

£100-200

142 A LATE VICTORIAN NOVELTY EXTENDING PENCIL modelled as a letter opener, unmarked, 4” long, and a twist action tapering oval pencil with suspension ring, unmarked, 3” long (2)

£100-200

137 AN EDWARDIAN DOUBLE ENDED NOVELTY TELESCOPIC PEN/PENCIL in the form of a 6” rule, makers mark rubbed, London 1902, 6¾” long. See illustration

£100-200

141 A VICTORIAN NOVELTY EXTENDING PENCIL, modelled in the form of a "cup and ball" chain attachment, the barrel engraved “E.M.B.”, by S. Mordan & Co., 3½” long. See illustration £100-200

136 A LATE VICTORIAN NOVELTY EXTENDING PENCIL in the form of a signpost, the top engraved to one side “Hythe”, the other side “Dover” and surmounted by a standing owl, the reverse marked W. Thornhill & Co., otherwise unmarked, 3” long. See illustration

£100-200

140 A “GRAVITY ACTION” PENCIL with polychrome case, by S. Mordan & Co., 3½” long, and a telescopic pencil in the form of a cartridge, by EB, Birmingham 1914, 3½” long (2). See illustration

135 A VICTORIAN PARCEL GILT NOVELTY EXTENDING PENCIL in the form of a carpenter’s tool, suspension ring, unmarked, 1¾” long. See illustration

£200-400

£100-200

143 A VICTORIAN TELESCOPIC PENCIL of large proportions, with suspension ring, unmarked, 4” long, a novelty pencil in the form of a golf tee, marked “Sterling” and a novelty pencil (converted from a button hook handle) with a tigers head terminal (3)

£100-200

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£100-200


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150 A COLLECTION OF VICTORIAN SLIDE ACTION PROPELLING PENCILS with chased bodies and seal-end terminals, one by Cronin Wheeler & Co., (5)

144 A CONTINENTAL CARPENTER’S PENCIL of oval form, the case decorated in polychrome enamels with a hen, a cockerel and chicks, 3¼” long, and a gilt metal and enamel extending pencil, unmarked, 2¾” long (2). See illustration

£100-200

151 A COLLECTION OF VICTORIAN SLIDE-ACTION EXTENDING PENCILS with chased bodies and seal-end terminals, one Birmingham 1894, 3½” long (5)

145 A 19TH CENTURY GILT METAL AND ENAMEL EXTENDING PENCIL, the case decorated in polychrome enamels with a girl in a countryside scene, unmarked, 2½” long, and an extending pencil with an egg-shaped ceramic case painted in polychrome enamels with classical figures and with a cockerel terminal, unmarked, 1½” long, (2). See illustration

£100-200 153 A VICTORIAN SLIDE ACTION PROPELLING PENCIL with hardstone terminal and engine turned body, by Butler & Co., London, 3¾” long, and three other engine turned examples (4)

£100-200

147 A GUN METAL AND GILT METAL NOVELTY EXTENDING PENCIL in the form of a rifle cartridge, unmarked, suspension ring, 2” long, and a twist action seal/pencil (2)

£100-200

155 A VICTORIAN EXTENDING PENCIL with fluted barrel and hardstone seal terminal, by S. Mordan & Co., London 1881, 3½” long, a Victorian extending pen/pencil with a fluted barrel and three other Victorian extending pencils (5)

£100-200

149 A CARPENTER’S PENCIL of cylindrical form, with engraved presentation inscription, by S. Mordan & Co., London 1912, 3½” long, two Victorian extending pencils with chased bodies, one with a Prince of Wales feathers thumbpiece, both by S. Mordan & Co., and a pencil with an engine turned case, by Mordan (4)

£100-200

154 A VICTORIAN EXTENDING PEN/ PENCIL of plain cylindrical form with suspension ring, by V & J, Chester 1894, 2½” long, an Edwardian extending pen/pencil with chased triangular case and two further Victorian extending pencils (4)

£50-100

148 A VICTORIAN NOVELTY EXTENDING PENCIL in the form of a crucifix, by S. Mordan & Co., 2” long, a slide action pencil with porcupine quill case, by S. Mordan & Co., and one other (3)

£100-200

152 A GEORGE IV EXTENDING PENCIL with hardstone end and screw-off terminal, engine turned body, by Sampson Mordan & Gabriel Riddle, London 1828, also marked S. Mordan & Co. Patent, 4” long

£100-200

146 A VICTORIAN GILT METAL AND ENAMEL EXTENDING PENCIL with red stone terminal, unmarked, and a similar example and a gilt metal extending pencil with red stone inclusions (3). See illustration

£100-200

£100-200

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£100-200


Lots 144, 145 and 146

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156 A WILLIAM IV EXTENDING PENCIL with crown style terminal and engine turned barrel, marked Mordan & Co. Patent, also marked with a duty head and lion passant, 4” long, and a Victorian extending pen/pencil, London 1895, 4” long (2)

162 A LATE VICTORIAN EXTENDING PENCIL with chased barrel and stone-set terminal, Chester 1900, 3½” long, and four similar examples (5)

£50-100

163 A VICTORIAN EXTENDING PENCIL with engine turned barrel and seal-end terminal, by Butler & Co., London, otherwise unmarked, 3¼” long, and a quantity of Victorian extending pencils, some of small proportions (6)

157 A VICTORIAN EXTENDING PEN/ PENCIL with a chased barrel and stone terminal, unmarked, 4” long, and two similar examples (3)

£50-100

£50-100

158 A VICTORIAN EXTENDING PENCIL, the hexagonal barrel applied with a cast leaf terminal and thumbpiece, also presentation engraved “As a Token of respect and Esteem”, by S. Mordan & Co., London 1854, 4” long, and a similar example (2). See illustration

164 A COLLECTION OF 20TH CENTURY ENGINE-TURNED PENCILS of mixed makers and dates (6) £50-100 165 FOUR 20TH CENTURY ENGINETURNED PENS/PENCILS of mixed makers and dates (4)

£100-200

159 A VICTORIAN 18CT GOLD TELESCOPIC PEN/PENCIL of cylindrical form, with a stone terminal and suspension loop and attachment, by S. Mordan & Co., 2¾” long. See illustration

£200-400

£50-100

167 A LATE VICTORIAN SLIDE ACTION PENCIL CASE with engine-turned decoration, suspension ring, by S. Mordan & Co., London 1896, 3¼” long, and a doubleended extending pen/pencil, by Wilmot & Co., (2)

£100-200

161 A 9CT GOLD SLIDE ACTION PENCIL CASE of tubular form, by S. Mordan & Co., 3” long, and a 9ct gold extending pencil and case with hoop attachment (2). See illustration

£50-100

166 A LATE VICTORIAN EXTENDING PEN/PENCIL of plain cylindrical form, by S. Mordan & Co., London 1900, 4” long, and four smaller extending pencils (5)

160 A VICTORIAN GILT METAL TWIST ACTION EXTENDING PENCIL with a spiral fluted body and detachable seal terminal, unmarked, 3½” long. See illustration

£100-200

£100-200

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£50-100


Lots 158, 159, 160 and 161

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174 A VICTORIAN GILT METAL PENCIL CASE of wrythen form, suspension ring, the thumbpiece marked S. Mordan & Co., otherwise unmarked, 3½” long, and a gilt metal extending pencil with engine-turned decoration, unmarked (2)

168 A RUSSIAN TWIST ACTION EXTENDING PENCIL of plain cylindrical form with a ball end terminal. with a matching pen ensuite, Kokoshnik mark , early 20th century, 7” long

£50-100

169 A CONTINENTAL FOUR COLOUR SLIDE ACTION EXTENDING PENCIL of faceted form, bearing a presentation inscription, marked 925, 5¼” long, and an Edwardian pencil of plain cylindrical form, a pencil holder, an extending pen marked “Sheldon” and a leather pencil holder (5)

175 A VICTORIAN GILT METAL EXTENDING PEN/PENCIL with chased barrel, seal terminal, engraved “Albert” twice, otherwise unmarked, 3½” long, another similar example and two Victorian extending pencils (4)

£50-100

£50-100

171 A WHITE AND GILT METAL EXTENDING PENCIL with embossed barrel, by Hicks, also bearing a pattern number, and three other pencils of mixed metals (4)

173 A VICTORIAN GOLD EXTENDING PENCIL with a fluted barrel and stone terminal, by S. Mordan & Co., with additional arrow mark, 3¾”, and a similar pencil by S. Mordan & Co., also marked “And Patentees”, 4” long, and three other similar examples (5). See illustration "The KB Collection of Pencils", by Kenneth Bull, 2012.

"In the late 19th century, S. Mordan & Co. introduced their own gold standard, thereby demonstrating their own importance and competitiveness. The company produced pens and pencils marked with an arrow, which represented 10ct gold and stamped a limited number of pencils 16carat."

£150-250

£100-200

178 A VICTORIAN EXTENDING PENCIL, the case profusely embossed with scrolls, by S. Mordan & Co., with additional arrow mark, 3¼” long, an extending pencil with additional arrow mark and two gilt metal examples (4)

£100-200

£100-200

177 A COLLECTION OF FIVE VICTORIAN GILT METAL EXTENDING PEN/ PENCILS with chased bodies, seal and hardstone terminals (5)

£50-100

172 A VICTORIAN GILT METAL PENCIL CASE applied with various hardstones and with a cabochon terminal, engine turned barrel, 3¾” and a collection of Victorian gilt metal extending pencils with turquoise stone inclusions, unmarked (5). See illustration

£100-200

176 A VICTORIAN GILT METAL EXTENDING PENCIL, the body chased with scrolls and flowers, marked “J. Butler & Co. Makers, London”, 3½” long, and a second example marked “P & A Magnum Bonum registered April 17th 1851”, 4” long, and two further gilt metal examples (4)

170 A COLLECTION OF VICTORIAN GILT METAL EXTENDING PENCILS with hardstone terminals, unmarked (5)

£50-100

£100-200

179 A VICTORIAN 9CT GOLD EXTENDING PENCIL with a chased body and seal terminal, by E.B., 4”, and four gilt metal examples (5)

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£150-250


Lots 172 and 173

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180 A VICTORIAN 9CT GOLD EXTENDING PENCIL with seal terminal, engine-turned barrel, by S. Mordan & Co., 3¾”, and four other gilt metal examples, two with arrow marks (5)

186 FIVE VICTORIAN PENCILS comprising two by S. Mordan & Co. with engine turned barrels, one engine turned example with an arrow mark and two further unmarked examples with seal terminals (5)

£100-200

£100-200

181 A VICTORIAN 9CT GOLD EXTENDING PENCIL with a chased barrel and seal terminal, by E.B., 42 long, and four gilt metal examples (5)

187 A 9CT GOLD PARKER PEN with textured decoration, 5” long, a similar 9ct gold pen with turquoise-stone terminal and four other similar pens (6)

£150-250

182 A VICTORIAN GILT METAL PEN/ PENCIL with engine-turned barrel and red cabochon terminal, 4” long, and four Victorian gilt metal extending pencils (5)

188 FIVE EARLY 20TH CENTURY ROLLED GOLD AND GOLD PENCILS, most with engine turned decoration, including one “Mordan Everpoint” (5)

£100-200

183 A VICTORIAN GILT METAL EXTENDING PENCIL with a fluted barrel and seal terminal, by S. Mordan & Co., 3¼” long, a similar example by WS Hicks and four other gilt metal examples (6)

£100-200

£50-100

190 A VICTORIAN 9CT GOLD EXTENDING PENCIL with chased body and seal-end terminal, two pencils by S. Mordan & Co., and three other pencils (5) £100-200 191 A VICTORIAN GILT METAL EXTENDING PENCIL with engine turned decoration and suspension loop, by S. Mordan & Co., two similar extending pencils by the same maker, a 9ct gold engine turned example and another (5)

£100-200

185 A VICTORIAN 9CT GOLD EXTENDING PENCIL with scroll chased barrel and seal terminal, 3½” long, another 9ct gold extending pencil and three gilt metal examples (5). See illustration

£80-120

189 FIVE VICTORIAN GILT METAL EXTENDING PENCILS with chased bodies and seal terminals (5)

184 A VICTORIAN 9CT GOLD EXTENDING PEN/PENCIL of tubular form with suspension ring, by E.B., 3” long, a gilt metal extending pencil with floral embossed body, and two “pull-out” extending gilt metal pencils with crown style terminals (4). See illustration

£150-250

£150-250

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£100-200


Lots 184 and 185

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192 A VICTORIAN GOLD SLIDE-ACTION PENCIL of plain cylindrical form, by S. Mordan & Co., with additional arrow mark, 4” long, and five other similar pencils (6)

197 A VICTORIAN GILT METAL AND ENAMEL EXTENDING PENCIL, the terminal and pusher encrusted with brilliant-cut diamonds, the barrel decorated in red, gold and white enamels, with suspension ring, unmarked, 4¼” long. See illustration

£100-200

193 A VICTORIAN GOLD AND ENAMEL EXTENDING PENCIL with stone terminal, the blue enamel barrel encased in pierced webbing, engraved with a Victorian date diamond, 2¼” long. See illustration

198 OMAR RAMSDEN: AN ARTS AND CRAFTS QUILL PEN with wrythen-work lower section, the barrel applied with entwined wire-work sections forming diamond motifs, with a blue cabochon terminal, scratch initialled “Omar Ramsden Me Fecit”, otherwise unmarked, 6” long. See illustration

£100-200

194 A SET OF THREE GILT METAL TRICOLOURED PENCILS contained in a shaped oval holder, marked “ENGL. Pat.8771”, 3¼”, and an extending gilt metal pencil with paste and turquoise-stone terminal, and a gilt metal pencil by WS Hicks, (3)

£300-600

199 FOUR PROPELLING PENCILS with slide actions and three with seal style ends, a Victorian 9ct gold extendable pencil of cylindrical form with suspension ring and three other pencils (8)

£100-200

£50-100

195 AN 18CT GOLD PENCIL CASE, the body chased with alternate panels of floral scrolls and running hounds, the thumbpiece mounted with a turquoise stone, 3¾” long. See illustration

£300-600

200 A VICTORIAN TORTOISESHELL AND SILVER PIQUE WORK EXTENDING PENCIL of cylindrical form, the body decorated with trailing leaves, on a vacant shield-shaped cartouche, floral thumbpiece, scroll terminal and green stone end, unmarked, 4” long

£300-600

196 A VICTORIAN GILT METAL AND ENAMEL EXTENDING PENCIL, the terminal mounted with semi-precious stones, the barrel with an applied entwined serpent, unmarked, 3½” long. See illustration

£200-400

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£80-160


Lots 193, 195, 196, 197 and 198

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THE GUY DAVEY COLLECTION OF SOUVENIR SPOONS - PART II

201 A VICTORIAN PRESENTATION PARCEL GILT SPOON with a rope-work twist stem, the bowl engraved with a scene of Norwich Cathedral, by BS overstriking another, Chester 1898, in a fitted case, 7¼” long

207 ROYAL INTEREST: A SILVER GILT SOUVENIR SPOON commemorating the Coronation of George V, Birmingham 1910, a collection of silver and parcel gilt spoons all relating to the monarchy, also three plated spoons, (c.8oz) (26). See illustration

£50-100

202 A SET OF SIX SILVER AND ENAMEL TEASPOONS, the bowl of each spoon decorated in polychrome enamels with a scene of a different church or cathedral, by FGF, Birmingham 1977/1978, in a fitted case

208 GOLF INTEREST: A COLLECTION OF SOUVENIR SPOONS relating to golf clubs, including some with enamel terminals, of mixed makers and dates, (c.11.5oz) (25)

£50-100

203 A COLLECTION OF SILVER AND PLATED ENAMEL DECORATED SPOONS of mixed makers and dates (25)

£100-200

£50-100 210 A COLLECTION OF SOUVENIR SPOONS relating to rifle clubs, including an Edwardian example for the “Stoke Newington Rifle Club”, Birmingham 1907, (c.12oz) (23)

£80-120

205 A COLLECTION OF ENGLISH SOUVENIR SPOONS all with chased architectural scenes to the bowls, including one plated spoon, of mixed makers and dates, (c.2.9oz) (10)

£100-200

211 A COLLECTION OF SOUVENIR SPOONS relating to different societies and clubs, of mixed makers and dates, (c.6.4oz) (15)

£50-100

206 A COLLECTION OF SOUVENIR SPOONS relating to English cities and towns, of mixed makers and dates, (c.5.5oz) (16)

£100-200

209 BOWLING INTEREST: A COLLECTION OF SOUVENIR SPOONS relating to Bowling Clubs, including two for the “Hampshire Bowling Association”, with enamel terminals, of mixed makers and dates, (c.5oz) (15)

204 A COLLECTION OF ENAMEL DECORATED SPOONS including a Russian niello decorated spoon (c.6oz) (21)

£100-200

£80-120

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£80-120


Lot 207

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212 A COLLECTION OF SOUVENIR SPOONS relating to Australia, some with enamel terminals, of mixed makers and dates, (c.5.3oz) (13)

218 A COLLECTION OF SILVER AND WHITE METAL SOUVENIR SPOONS relating to Spain, including two with enamel scenes of bull fights in the bowls (mainly Continental) (39) See illustration

£50-100

213 A COLLECTION OF SILVER AND WHITE METAL SOUVENIR SPOONS relating to Scandinavian countries, with enamel decoration, of mixed makers and dates (39)

219 A COLLECTION OF SOUVENIR SPOONS relating to Scottish towns and cities, including two with the Glasgow city coat of arms to the terminals and one with a cast thistle stem and terminal, of mixed makers and dates (c.13.5oz) (39)

£100-200

214 A COLLECTION OF SOUVENIR SPOONS relating to Ireland, with enamel decoration, of mixed makers and dates, (c.3.9oz) (11)

£50-100

£80-120

216 A COLLECTION OF SOUVENIR SPOONS relating to Wales, some with enamel decoration, of mixed makers and dates (c.8.8oz) (22)

£50-100

222 A COLLECTION OF CONTINENTAL SILVER AND WHITE METAL SOUVENIR SPOONS relating to Austria, some with enamelled bowls (23)

£80-120

217 A COLLECTION OF SOUVENIR SPOONS relating to Canada, including some parcel gilt examples and some with enamel decoration, (c.11oz) (22)

£50-100

221 A COLLECTION OF SILVER AND PLATED SOUVENIR SPOONS relating to Holland, some with windmill terminals (28)

£100-200

220 A COLLECTION OF SILVER AND PLATED SOUVENIR SPOONS relating to Holland, some with embossed bowls (31)

215 A COLLECTION OF SILVER AND PLATED SOUVENIR SPOONS relating to South Africa, some with enamel decoration, of mixed makers and dates (22)

£100-200

£100-200

223 A COLLECTION OF CONTINENTAL SILVER AND WHITE METAL SOUVENIR SPOONS relating to Switzerland, some with enamelled bowls (25)

£100-200

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£100-200


Lot 218

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224 A COLLECTION OF CONTINENTAL SILVER AND WHITE METAL SOUVENIR SPOONS relating to Switzerland, some with enamelled bowls (25)

230 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS SOUVENIR SPOONS including a Chinese example with faux-jade finial, of mixed makers and dates (23)

£100-200

225 A COLLECTION OF SOUVENIR SPOONS relating to America, one with the terminal in the form of a buffalo head with red glass eyes (c.11oz) (25)

231 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS ENGLISH AND CONTINENTAL SOUVENIR SPOONS including one with a red enamelled rose terminal (15)

£100-200

226 A COLLECTION OF SOUVENIR SPOONS relating to America, including one modelled in the form of the Brooklyn Bridge and one with a parcel gilt bowl modelled in the form of a spiders web, marked “Sterling” (c.8.7oz) (25)

£80-120

£50-100

234 A CONTINENTAL FILIGREE AND ENAMEL SPOON, unmarked, and a quantity of English and Continental spoons, including a treen spoon, the terminal converted into a whistle, and one cased example (a lot)

£80-120

£50-100

235 A MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION OF ENGLISH SOUVENIR SPOONS including one with a green enamel terminal for “Lloyds Bank” and one with an enamel terminal depicting a peacock, of mixed makers and dates, (c.6.7oz) (16)

£100-200

229 A COLLECTION OF CONTINENTAL SOUVENIR SPOONS relating to Germany, with some parcel-gilt examples (20)

£50-100

233 A COLLECTION OF EASTERN METALWARE SPOONS including a Chinese example with a three character mark to the terminal (24)

228 A COLLECTION OF CONTINENTAL SILVER AND WHITE METAL SOUVENIR SPOONS relating to Germany, all with enamel decoration to the bowls (2). See illustration

£50-100

232 A COLLECTION OF ENGLISH AND CONTINENTAL SOUVENIR SPOONS including one for “The Lord Mayors Red Cross and St. John”, of mixed makers and dates, (18)

227 A COLLECTION OF SOUVENIR SPOONS relating to America, including a parcel gilt spoon, the bowl engraved with a scene of the “Statue of Liberty”, marked “Sterling”, (c.7.1oz) (22)

£50-100

£80-120

£50-100

236 A MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION OF CONTINENTAL AND ENGLISH SOUVENIR SPOONS including one with an enamelled bowl, from Lagos, some unmarked (21)

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£50-100


Lot 228

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237 A COLLECTION OF WHITE METAL SOUVENIR SPOONS including some Egyptian examples with scenes of the pyramids in the bowls (25)

245 A COLLECTION OF SOUVENIR SPOONS relating to Canada, including several silver gilt examples and one with enamel terminal and pierced bowl, mainly marked “Sterling” (20). See illustration

£50-100

238 A COLLECTION OF CONTINENTAL SOUVENIR SPOONS all with enamelled decoration to the bowls, some marked “800” (20)

246 A COLLECTION OF SOUVENIR SPOONS relating to America, including one relating to the “Worlds Columbian Exposition” of 1893, marked “Sterling”, (c.14oz) (20)

£100-200

239 A SET OF TEN SOUVENIR SPOONS, each terminal enamelled with a different European flag, by JJW, Birmingham 1977/1978, 5” long (c.8oz)

241 A COLLECTION OF CONTINENTAL SOUVENIR SPOONS relating to Switzerland, some with enamelled decoration to the bowls, some plated examples (15)

£50-100

249 A COLLECTION OF CONTINENTAL SOUVENIR SPOONS including some French examples (20)

£50-100

£50-100

250 A COLLECTION OF SPOONS relating to assorted countries including a Russian spoon dated 1893 and a Mexican spoon with green hardstone terminal (15)

£50-100

243 A COLLECTION OF CONTINENTAL SOUVENIR SPOONS relating to Germany, some with enamel decoration, some marked “800” (20)

£40-60

251 A COLLECTION OF CONTINENTAL SOUVENIR SPOONS, some marked ‘800’, relating to assorted countries, including a filigree example and some plated examples (16)

£50-100 244 A COLLECTION OF SOUVENIR SPOONS relating to Canada including one with enamelled crest relating to Montreal, marked “Sterling” (c.8oz) (20)

£100-200

248 A COLLECTION OF CONTINENTAL SOUVENIR SPOONS including some with apostle style finials (20)

242 A COLLECTION OF CONTINENTAL SOUVENIR SPOONS relating to Germany, some with enamel decoration, some marked “800” (20)

£100-200

247 A COLLECTION OF SOUVENIR SPOONS relating to America, including one in the form of a shovel, with presentation inscription, marked Sterling, (c.9oz) (18)

£80-120

240 A COLLECTION OF CONTINENTAL SOUVENIR SPOONS with enamelled decoration to the bowls, some marked “800” (17) £80-120

£80-120

£40-60

252-254 Spare lots

£80-120

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SILVER PLATE AND RELATED ITEMS 255 A TWO HANDLED TRAY of oval form with beaded border and handles, centred with a mermaid crest and motto, 26” long (handle to handle)

258 A PAIR OF ELECTROPLATED CORINTHIAN COLUMN LAMPS on stepped square bases, wired for electricity, 21¾” high

£50-100

256 A VICTORIAN PLATE ON COPPER WARMING DISH STAND with removable top section and leaf capped fluted handles on scroll feet, and another on bun feet (2)

£200-400

259 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY ELECTROPLATED CANTEEN of Old English pattern, for twelve place settings, housed in a mahogany Chippendale revival cabinet with fall front and scrolling cabriole legs with leaf-carved knees, 41” wide See illustration

£50-100

257 AN ELECTROPLATED REVOLVING BREAKFAST DISH AND COVER, the domed lid engraved with swags, on fluted downcurving legs, 15½” long from handle to handle.

260-263 Spare lots

£50-100

Lot 259

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264 A GEORGE III HOT WATER JUG ON STAND of oval form with a gadrooned finial and borders, scroll handle and fluted downswept legs , by Benjamin Smith & James Smith., London 1811, 9¾” high. 35oz.

269 A FRUIT BOWL of circular form with gadrooned border and pierced sides, on down-curving fluted feet, by D & A, Birmingham 1932, 8½” dia., (c.15oz)

£400-800

270 A PAIR OF WINE COASTERS of circular form with gadrooned borders and wooden bases, by B.B.S. Ltd, Birmingham 1933, 6” dia.

265 A MUG of circular tapering form with “C”-shaped handle and spreading circular foot, presentation engraved, by William Hutton & Sons, Birmingham 1910, 5½” high, (c.10.4oz)

£50-100

£100-200

271 A VICTORIAN FOUR PIECE COMMUNION SET comprising: flagon, chalice, paten and plate, each engraved “IHS”, the reverse of each piece also engraved with a monogram, by Edward and John Barnard, London 1860/1861, the flagon 12”, (c.50oz). See illustration

266 AN EDWARDIAN CASED CHRISTENING MUG of circular tapering form with angular handle and gilt interior, with engraved linear decoration, presentation engraved, by Jackson & Fullerton, London 1908, also bearing a retailers mark of Robert Jones & Son of Liverpool, 3¾” high, (c.5.1oz)

£500-1,000

£80-160

272 A CHALICE of conventional form, the foot engraved with a cross, London 1933, 6” high, (c.8.6oz)

267 AN EDWARDIAN WAITER of shaped circular form with raised pie-crust border, on hoof feet, by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1907, 6½” dia., (c.6.6oz)

£50-100

268 AN EDWARDIAN CREAM JUG of tapering faceted form with reeded elongated handle and gilt interior, on a spreading oval foot, by WA, Birmingham 1906, 6” high, (c.4.3oz)

£150-250

£50-100

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£100-200


Lot 271

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273 A LATE VICTORIAN COMMUNION PATEN of circular form with a raised reeded border, by William Hutton & Sons, London 1898, together with a matching plate, both engraved to the underside ‘The Gift of Miss Ashley 1899”, by William Hutton & Sons, London 1898, the paten 9” dia. (c. 25oz all in)

279 A THREE PIECE TEA SET of tapering circular form with wavy borders and scroll handles, by Mappin & Webb, Birmingham 1926, the base bearing a retailers mark, the teapot 4¾” high (c.17.5oz)

280 TWO SIMILAR SILVER MOUNTED WHISKY DECANTERS modelled as ducks, with yellow and black glass eyes, and faceted glass bodies, both by Saunders and Shepherd, one Birmingham 1892, and with a registration mark, the other Chester 1901, each 4½” high. See illustration

£200-400

274 A VICTORIAN TRAVELLING COMMUNION SET comprising chalice, pyx and plate, the fitted case bearing a presentation plaque, Birmingham 1890/1896, (incomplete)

£100-200

£50-100

276 A PRESENTATION BOWL of circular tapering form with an undulating rim, on a spreading circular foot, bearing a presentation inscription, on a wooden plinth, by HE & Co, London 1911, 9” high (on plinth), (c.19oz)

£200-400

277 A SUGAR CASTOR of faceted baluster form, the pierced pull-off cover with flame finial, the body decorated with acanthus leaf cut-out decoration, possibly by Adie Brothers, Birmingham 1923, 7½” high, (c.7oz)

£100-200

283 A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER MOUNTED TWO HANDLED DECANTER of circular form with twin loop handles, pull-out stopper, by J.G. & S., London 1897, 9¼” high, together with a similar smaller decanter (2)

£80-160

278 A TAZZA of shaped circular form with a pierced body on a circular pedestal base, Sheffield 1923, 4” high, (c.5.5oz)

£200-400

282 A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER MOUNTED LOCKABLE DECANTER of circular tapering form with cut-glass body, pull-out stopper, by George Betjeman & Sons, London 1898, also marked “Betjeman Patent”, 8” high

£1,000-1,500

281 A VICTORIAN SILVER MOUNTED NOVELTY WHISKY DECANTER, the lid modelled in the form of a parrot’s head, with yellow and black glass eyes, with plain scroll handle and lobed glass body, by Horton & Allday, Birmingham 1895, 8” high. See illustration

275 A PART TRAVELLING COMMUNION SET comprising: pyx and plate, the latter bearing a presentation inscription, London 1943

£200-300

£100-200

284 A VICTORIAN SILVER MOUNTED CLARET JUG of circular tapering form, textured scroll handle, the hinged lid and collar embossed with floral scrolls and beaded spout, the body decorated with flowerheads and swags, on a circular star-cut base, by Charles Boyton, London 1893, 11” high

£60-120

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£250-450


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285 POLO INTEREST: A TROPHY CUP, the circular cup supported on a stand in the form of three polo mallets, on a slightly domed circular base, by J.W.T., Birmingham 1931, 5¾” high, (c.7.7oz)

291 A FRENCH SILVER KETTLE ON STAND of circular tapering form, the pull-off cover with knop finial and hinged swing handle with later wicker covering, swan-head spout, on a circular stand with downswept legs, the kettle by Jean Charles Duchesne, Paris circa 1775, the associated stand possibly later and apparently unmarked, lacking burner, height with handle extended, 11¾”, (c.32oz). See illustration

£150-250

286 A LATE VICTORIAN FOUR PIECE TEA/COFFEE SET of oval form with scroll handles and gadrooned borders, with part-fluted decoration, by GH, Sheffield 1899, the teapot (handle to spout) 11” long, (c.57oz)

£300-500

292 A GERMAN DISH of oval form with undulating rim and pierced body, on an oval foot, the underside stamped “Friedlaender” and “800”, 9” long (c.8.2oz)

287 A LATE VICTORIAN HOT WATER POT of circular form, with three reeded girdles, wooden scroll handle and ‘egg and dart’ border, by Charles Stuart Harris, London 1897, 7¾” high, (c.17oz)

£50-100

£200-400

£50-100

295 AN AMERICAN THREE PIECE TEA/ COFFEE SET of faceted oval form, with angular handles on pedestal feet, monogrammed, marked Sterling and “Plymouth”, the pot 11” high (c.22oz)

290 A VICTORIAN TEAPOT of oval form, with angular handle and part fluted decoration, by WF, Sheffield 1890, 7¾” high, (c.18oz)

£200-400

294 A SWEDISH BEAKER of circular flared form, on a gadrooned circular foot, engraved with a name, the base stamped with a three crown mark, 3¾” high, and a miniature example (2)

289 A PART TEA SET comprising teapot and milk jug, of octagonal form with laminate scroll handle, on extended hoof feet, by Adie Brothers, Birmingham 1928, the teapot 7” high, (c.21oz)

£50-100

293 A RUSSIAN SWING HANDLED BASKET of lobed oval form on an oval foot, by Evan Andreyer, St. Petersburg, 1862, also bearing an export mark, 8¾” long (c.8oz)

£150-250

288 A SMALL ROSE BOWL of circular tapering form on a spreading circular foot, the body embossed with flowers and scrolls, vacant cartouches, by JRCA Ltd, Chester 1906, 5” dia. (c.5.4oz)

£2,800-3,500

£150-250

£200-400

296 A PAIR OF CONTINENTAL CANDLESTICKS of plain column form with detachable shaped square sconces, above a fluted rectangular section on a square base, crested, the base marked “Lina Res”, also marked “P.P”, possibly Spanish, 8” high

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£500-800


Lot 291

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297 AN INDIAN WHITE METAL TRAY of oval form with pierced flower border, decorated with elephants and other animals, 14” long

303 AN INDIAN WHITE METAL BOWL of circular form with wavy border, the body with applied leaf and berry decoration, on three ball feet, with gilt interior, 5” dia. See illustration

£100-200

298 AN INDIAN WHITE METAL THREE PIECE TEA SET of slightly faceted circular form, the teapot with elephant finial and scroll handle, the body embossed with palm trees and animals, on a tucked-in circular foot, the teapot 5½” £150-250

304 AN INDIAN WHITE METAL BOX AND COVER of circular form, with applied flowerhead decoration, 2¼” high, two sugar bowls and two cream jugs (5). See illustration

299 AN INDIAN WHITE METAL CREAM JUG of squat circular form, embossed with running animals amongst foliage, with a shield-shaped cartouche, and a similar sugar bowl, circa 1900, (2)

£80-120

£100-200

307 A SMALL COLLECTION OF PERSIAN METALWARE comprising a circular dish, two smaller dishes, three egg cups and a salt (7)

£200-300

302 AN INDIAN WHITE METAL TEA CADDY of shaped square form, the body embossed with trailing leaves and flowerheads, on a tucked-in foot, circa 1900, 5” high. See illustration

£200-400

306 AN INDIAN WHITE METAL DISH of circular form with scroll border, the body embossed with elephants and animals amongst foliage, 11½” dia.

£100-200

301 AN INDIAN WHITE METAL TEAPOT of circular tapering form with elephant finial, serpent handle, the body decorated with flowers and scrolls, the spout modelled in the form of an elephant’s head and trunk, on down curving pad feet, 6” high. See illustration

£100-200

305 AN INDIAN WHITE METAL ROSE BOWL of circular form with undulating rim, the body embossed with birds and trailing foliage, with a shield-shaped cartouche, presentation inscribed, on a tucked-in circular foot, circa 1890, 8¼” dia. See illustration

300 AN INDIAN/BURMESE WHITE METAL RICE BOWL of circular form, embossed in high relief with figures and animals, 6½”. See illustration

£80-120

£100-200

308 A MIXED LOT OF SOUTH EAST ASIAN METALWARE comprising a Betel leaf holder, a matchbox cover, two scallop shell butter dishes, a vase and a set of six dishes (a lot)

£80-120

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£100-200


Lots 300, 301, 302, 303, 304 and 305

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309 AN INDIAN WHITE METAL THREE PIECE CONDIMENT SET decorated with flowers and scrolls and two other condiments (5)

316 A CHINESE BOX of hexagonal form, the panels decorated alternately with prunus blossom and flowers, the hinged lid with a vacant circular cartouche, gilt interior, by Wang Hing, the underside of the base also marked “90”, late 19th/early 20th century, 4” wide, (c.6.8oz)

£50-100

310 AN INDIAN WHITE METAL DOUBLE LIPPED CREAM JUG with leaf capped scroll handles, two further cream jugs and a pouring vessel, (4)

317 A CHINESE CARD CASE of shaped rectangular form, the body decorated in relief with figures in a landscape, centred with a monogrammed shield-shaped cartouche, the main body bearing a double character mark, late 19th/early 20th century, 4” long.

£100-200

311 A PAIR OF SOUTH EAST ASIAN WHITE METAL BOWLS embossed with foliage, on a tucked-in circular foot, together with four other white metal bowls (6)

£100-200

313 A CHINESE TOY MODEL OF A SEDAN CHAIR, the underside bearing a Chinese character mark and makers mark of “MT”, 6” long, an Oriental model of a figure seated under a parasol (2)

£50-100

£500-1000

320 A VICTORIAN HOT WATER POT of tapering circular form with wooden scroll handle, bud finial and part fluted decoration, on a spreading circular foot, by SWS, London 1895, 8¾” high (c.12oz)

£100-200

315 A CHINESE WHITE METAL BOWL of circular form with a reeded border, the body decorated with flowers and butterflies against a matted ground, on a tucked-in circular foot, unmarked, 5½” dia.

£500-1000

319 A CHINESE BOWL of circular tapering form, the body decorated with blossoming chrysanthemum and butterflies, on a tuckedin foot, presentation engraved “Presented to Mr and Mrs T.F. Foyan by a few friends on the occasion of their silver wedding, Hong Kong 23rd August 1901”, by WC, possibly for Wing Chun, also marked with a single Chinese character and “90”, late 19th century, 3¾” high x 9” dia., (c.28oz). See illustration

314 A CHINESE SHOE HORN, the handle embossed with dragons, the blade engraved “S.V.C. 1907”, possibly by Tuck Chang & Co., circa 1900, 8” long, two hair brush backs, a parasol handle, part of a buckle and an embossed plaque (6)

£200-300

318 A CHINESE THREE PIECE TEA SET of circular form, the embossed decoration depicting cranes amongst rushes, with bamboo style handle and finials, the teapot bearing a presentation inscription “Presented to Mr TF Foyan by the ... staff of the T.J.K. Coy Hong Kong, 27th May 1903”, by Wang Hing, also stamped with a character mark and “90”, late 19th century, the teapot 5¼” high, (c.36oz). See illustration

312 A JAPANESE BOWL of tapering circular form with a crimped border, on three ball feet, the underside marked “Sterling” and “850 KUYEDA”, 4¼” dia., and a set of six spoons, marked “Nagasaki” to the reverse of the bowls, and a quantity of Japanese menu holders, marked “Sterling” (a lot)

£100-200

£100-200

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£100-200


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321 AN EDWARDIAN CUP decorated in the classical manner with flowing scrolls, central plain girdle and strapwork handle, by Nathan & Hayes, Chester 1907, 4” high (c.5.4oz)

327 A VICTORIAN TEA POT of compressed circular form with wooden scroll handle and part-fluted decoration, on a tucked-in circular foot, makers mark rubbed, London 1895, 4” high (c.12.5oz)

£80-160

328 A LATE VICTORIAN TEAPOT of circular form with scroll handle and crown finial, the body embossed with foliate scrolls, by JW/FCW, London 1899, 4½” high (c.7.5oz)

322 A MUG of circular tapering form, with scroll handle and barreleffect decoration, by Mappin & Webb, Britannia Standard, London 1912, the base bearing a retailers mark, 3¼” high (c.5.5oz)

£50-100

£80-160

£50-100

331 STUART DEVLIN: A PARCEL GILT ROSE BOWL of plain circular tapering form, the detachable grille pierced in the form of crescents, the whole on a tucked-in circular foot, London 1969, 10” dia. (c.49oz). See illustration

£100-200

325 A CREAM JUG of squat circular form with a scroll handle, Sheffield 1916 and a two-handled sugar bowl by Mappin & Webb, (c.10.6oz weighable silver) (2)

£1,200-2,000

£100-200 332 A.E. JONES: A TWO HANDLED BOWL of compressed circular form, with a pierced leaf and berry border, stamped lug handles in the form of a fox under a tree (after ‘Aesop’s Fables’), on a tucked-in circular foot with a hammered finish, Birmingham 1912, 10¼” wide (from handle to handle) (c.11.6oz)

326 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN BON BON DISHES of heart form with pierced bodies, on pierced feet, by FS/ JH, London 1892, 5” wide, (c.6.4oz)

£50-100

330 A VICTORIAN CHRISTENING MUG of octagonal form, with scroll handle and engraved decoration, inscribed, with a gilt interior, by AAB, London 1842, 2½” high, (c.3oz)

324 AN EDWARDIAN CHRISTENING MUG of circular form with scroll handle, on a circular foot, with a presentation inscription and a hammered finish, by CE, London 1905 and a sugar bowl with a military inscription (2) (c.10.1oz weighable silver)

£100-200

329 A VICTORIAN CHRISTENING MUG of circular form with beaded borders, scroll handle and engraved decoration, initialled, on a circular pedestal foot, by H & T, Birmingham, 1866, 4¾” high, (c.4.9oz)

323 AN EDWARDIAN CHRISTENING MUG of circular tapering form with scroll handle and reeded girdle, monogrammed, by JRCA Ltd, Chester 1908, 4¼” high, (c.7.1oz)

£150-250

£100-200

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£250-350


Lot 331

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333 A DRESSING TABLE TRAY of shaped rectangular form with an undulating rim, engine-turned centre and vacant circular cartouche, by R.P. London 1923, 11¼” long, (c.10oz)

339 “THE JERSEY BOWL” of circular form with small “S”-shaped handles, Sheffield 1973, 7” wide (handle to handle), (c.4.4oz), in an accompanying box

£100-200

334 A THREE PIECE TEA SET of circular bellied form, with ivory scroll handles and finials, the covers with cut-card leaf decoration, on circular feet, by ED, London 1936/1939, the teapot 5½” high, (c.55oz)

340 A SET OF FOUR SALTS of rectangular form with gadrooned borders and gilt interiors, the whole on four ball feet, by AP/FP and retailed by “Tessiers Ltd of London”, London 1937, each 3” long, (c.13oz)

£400-800

335 A VICTORIAN PORRINGER of conventional form with “S”-shaped handles and partfluted decoration, by Charles Stuart Harris, London 1895, 3½” high (c.4.9oz)

£80-120

£80-160

£100-200

343 A MATCHED PAIR OF GEORGE II SALTS of cauldron form with gilt interiors, on extended hoof feet, monogrammed, one marked WS, one marked DM, London, circa 1756, 2½” dia. (c.4.6oz)

£500-800

338 BIRMINGHAM ASSAY OFFICE INTEREST: A CASED PAIR OF “BICENTENARY” GOBLETS of circular form with knopped stems and circular bases, crested, with gilt interiors, by Perry Greaves, Birmingham 1973, sold with accompanying certificates, 4¾” high, (c.10.7oz)

£80-160

342 A PAIR OF GEORGE III SALTS of oval pedestal form with beaded borders and gilt interiors, later embossed with foliate scrolls, initialled, on oval bases, by TD, London 1783, 3¼” high, (c.7.1oz)

337 A FOUR PIECE TEA/COFFEE SET of oval faceted form with angular handles, on oval feet, by SB & S Ltd, Chester, 1938, the teapot 6½” high (c.50oz)

£150-250

341 A VICTORIAN CREAM JUG of baluster form with scroll handle, the body embossed with diaper work and flowerheads, vacant cartouche and gilt interior, with beaded circular foot, by RS, London 1871, also with a retailers mark of Thomas of New Bond Street, London, 4½” high, (c.5.2oz)

336 A VICTORIAN MUSTARD POT of oval form with beaded border and slat-pierced body, the lid crested, with blue glass liner, by Nathan & Hayes, Birmingham 1894, with associated spoon, 3¼” high

£50-100

£80-160

344 A GEORGE III SILVER MOUNTED AND CUT-GLASS CONDIMENT SUITE comprising a pair of vinegar bottles of oval tapering form with textured serpent handles and hinged covers with flower finials, a pair of urn-shaped jars with pull-off covers and foliate friezes, flower and leaf finials, on oval feet, and an oval-shaped jar with pull-off cover with foliate frieze and leaf and berry finial, by Benjamin and James Smith, 1809 (lacking town mark), the bottles 8½” high. See illustration

These goblets were made to mark the 200 years since the formation of the Birmingham Assay Office.

£150-250

£600-1200

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345 A SALVER of shaped circular form with pie-crust border, on scroll feet, by James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield, 1912, 10” dia. (c.17oz)

351 A VICTORIAN SUGAR BOWL of circular tapering form embossed with flowers and scrolls, initialled, by Charles Stuart Harris, London 1887, 2” high, (c.2.2oz)

£200-300

346 A WAITER of shaped square form with a raised border, on scroll feet, by Viners, Sheffield 1938, 6” wide. (c.6oz) and a circular armada dish (2)

352 A SET OF FOUR SILVER MOUNTED WHISKY NOGGINS of circular tapering form with flip-top covers, star-cut bases with matching kidney-shaped labels, by the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company, London 1928, 4½” high

£150-250

347 A VICTORIAN SUGAR BASKET of circular form with swing handle, pierced with flowers and scrolls, with a cranberry glass liner, by WG, Birmingham 1854, 4½” dia. x 3½” high

£150-300

£100-200

354 A PAIR OF THREE BRANCH CANDELABRA on circular tapering stems with detachable sconces, urnshaped capitals on circular filled bases, by EHP & Co. Ltd, Sheffield 1965, 14½” high.

£80-160

349 A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER MOUNTED INKWELL of circular form with a mesh-pierced mount, by William Comyns, London 1897, 4” dia.

£100-200

353 A PAIR OF GEORGE III SALTS of rectangular form with shell and scroll borders, crested, on pierced hoof feet, by Rebecca Eames and Edward Barnard, 1810, with associated spoons, 3½” long, (c.8.2oz)

348 AN ART NOUVEAU PHOTOGRAPH FRAME of square upright form, the border with stylised flowers with a velvet-struck back, Birmingham 1903, 6½” high, and another frame (2)

£50-100

£500-1,000

355 A FOUR PIECE TEA/COFFEE SET of baluster form, with laminate scroll handles and cast spouts, on spreading circular bases, by Richard Comyns, London 1965, the coffee pot 10¾” high, (c.68oz). See illustration hp

£80-160

£500-1,000 350 A VICTORIAN SUGAR CASTOR of octagonal form, with a pull-off pierced cover, knop finial and stepped base, makers mark rubbed, Chester 1895, 5” high, (c.4.4oz)

£50-100

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356 A GEORGE III MUG of baluster form, with leaf-capped scroll handle and spreading circular foot, engraved with a presentation inscription, by John Lambe, London 1785, 4¼” high (c.6oz).

362 “PETER SCOTT’S BRITISH BIRDS”: A set of thirty five silver hallmarked medals decorated in relief with different species of British birds, produced by John Pinches Medallists Ltd of London, in a fitted case with key

£100-200

357 A GEORGE III CHAMBERSTICK of conventional form, with gadrooned border, detachable sconce and conical snuffer, by Robert Jones and John Schofield, London 1768 (the non-matching snuffer, London 1766), 4½” high. (c.8oz).

363 “THE BEAUTY OF BRITAIN’S CHURCHES”: A cased set of hallmarked silver modern medallions depicting different views of Britain’s churches, (incomplete)

£200-400

For a comparable mark see Jackson’s “Silver and Gold Marks of England, Scotland and Ireland”, page 725

£350-550

£400-800

£250-450 366 AN IRISH SAUCEBOAT of tapering oval form with leaf capped scroll handle and punched-out border, on shell capped hoof feet, crested, by Matthew Walsh, Dublin circa 1780, 7” long, (c.5oz)

360 HUNTING INTEREST: A TABLE BELL, the handle modelled in the form of a huntsman with rifle and horn, the bell with embossed decoration depicting a stag hunt, by SC, London 1977 (with additional Jubilee mark), 6” high (c.10oz). See illustration

£200-400

365 A MATCHED IRISH TEA SET of baluster form with scroll handles, the teapot with leaf and flower finial and embossed with flowers and scrolls, on shell capped down-curving feet, the teapot by JS, Dublin 1856, the sugar bowl and cream jug, by different maker, Dublin 1839, the teapot 8” high (c.52oz).

359 AN IRISH PROVINCIAL SNUFF BOX of oval form with bright-engraved borders, the cover initialled and dated, the base bearing makers mark only of Isaac Solomon of Cork, circa 1810, 3½” long.

£300-500

364 A VICTORIAN CRUET STAND of waisted oval form, with openwork handle and pierced body, the whole on claw and ball feet and housing two cut-glass preserve pots with pull-off covers, by TB & S, Sheffield 1856, (c.17oz)

358 AN IRISH PROVINCIAL SAUCE BOAT of oval tapering form with leaf-capped scroll handle, shellcapped extended hoof feet, the underside bearing a makers mark only of George Moore of Limerick (1768-1784), 7” high, (c.6oz).

£300-500

£100-200

367 A VICTORIAN SALVER of shaped circular form with a raised gadrooned border and chased centre, crested, by WSHS, Sheffield 1870, 8” dia. and a Victorian christening mug (c.14oz) (2)

£100-200

361 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN CAST SALTS of waisted circular form with leaf and vine borders, basket-work bodies with detachable wash gilded liners, by Elkington & Co., Birmingham 1856, 4” dia. (c.22.3oz). See illustration

£100-200

368 AN EDWARDIAN TEA CADDY of tapering square form with chased decoration, Sheffield 1903, 3” high, and a late Victorian circular box with hinged cover, London 1900 (c.9oz) (2)

£200-400

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£100-200


Lot 360 and 361

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369 A DOCUMENTARY "RAEREN" STONEWARE ARMORIAL VASE with white metal mounts, the body with three handles moulded with foliage, masks and the date 1590, the body with two armorial panels dated 1594 and a principal armorial panel surmounted by a helm and the date 1588, the white metal mounts chased and repoussé with masks, leafage and stylised flowerheads, and struck with a mark "IM" over a billet and pellet, 15" high. See illustration

Literature: Sir Charles Jackson: "An Illustrated History of English Plate", published 1911, vol. II, page 781, figure 1015, where the author compares the makers mark to that on the communion flagon at Westwell.

Provenance: Sir Charles Jackson.

William Randolph Hearst.

Sold Sotheby & Co. London, 22nd June 1939 "The Property of William Randolph Hearst, Esq", lot 72.

£1,000-£2,000

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Lot 369

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SMALL SILVER AND OBJETS DU VERTU 370 A VICTORIAN 9CT GOLD PENCIL HOLDER by S. Mordan & Co, with wrythen fluted body and suspension ring, 3” long

375 CARTIER: AN ENGINE-TURNED YELLOW METAL PEN with pull-off cover, and all over textured decoration, in a fitted case, 5” long. See illustration

£100-200

371 A 9CT GOLD EXTENDING PENCIL with engine-turned decoration and suspension ring, together with an 18ct gold fob seal, engraved with initials (2)

376 A 9CT GOLD MATCHBOX CASE of rectangular canted form, with engine-turned decoration, 2½” long (c.34.5grams). See illustration

£100-200

372 A YELLOW METAL EXTENDING PENCIL with hardstone terminal, by J. Butler & Co., 3” long, and another engine-turned example (2)

£40-60

373 A 9CT GOLD PARKER PEN with engine-turned case and push button mechanism, together with a second similar example, both initialled (2)

£2,000-4,000

377A A GOLD NOVELTY ‘REVOLVER’ PENCIL by S. Mordan & Co., the textured handle terminating in a hinged seal, 2¾” long See illustration

£50-100

374 CARTIER: A TWIST ACTION YELLOW METAL PENCIL with ribbed body, the top marked with a serial number and the nib marked “Must de Cartier”, in a fitted case with accompanying certificates of authenticity, 5½” long. See illustration

£200-400

377 AN 18CT GOLD CIGARETTE CASE of rectangular form with engine-turned decoration, 5” long (c.212.7grams). See illustration

£100-200

£200-400

£100-200

Lot 377A

72


Lot 374, 375, 376, 377

73


Lots 384

378 A 19TH CENTURY SCOTTISH RAM’S HORN SNUFF MULL of conventional form with a crested cartouche to the body, and an engraved hinged lid, 4” long. See illustration

381 A NOVELTY SILVER-MOUNTED DESK CLIP modelled in the form of a cockerel on a shield-shaped tortoiseshell base, by Grey & Co., Chester 1910, 2” wide

£50-100

382 A PARCEL GILT PILL BOX, the cover decorated with applied flowers, by PN, London 1989, 2” wide

379 A 19TH CENTURY SCOTTISH RAMS HORN SNUFF MULL of conventional form, the cover with a vacant oval-shaped cartouche, 4” long. See illustration

£50-100

£50-100

383 GOLF INTEREST: AN EDWARDIAN NOVELTY PIN CUSHION/RING TREE/HAT PIN HOLDER modelled in the form of a golf bag and club, on a filled circular base, by Chrisford & Norris, Birmingham 1908, also bearing a registration number, 5” high. See illustration

£50-100

380 A WHITE METAL MOUNTED HORN SNUFF MULL of tapering oval form, with strapwork hinge, the cover inset with an oval cartouche, engraved with initials, otherwise unmarked, late 18th/early 19th century, 2¼” high. See illustration

£50-100

£100-200

384 A SET OF FOUR NOVELTY MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of hatching chicks on circular bases, cased, by Sampson Mordan & Co., Chester 1911. See illustration 74

£300-500


Lots 378, 379 and 380

75


385 A VICTORIAN CARD CASE of shaped rectangular form, the body chased with flowers and scrolls, and a vacant cartouche, by Hilliard & Thomason, Birmingham 1867, 4” long

391 A DUTCH MINIATURE TOY MODEL of a carriage being pulled by six horses, 19th century, 6” long. See illustration

£100-200

392 A CONTINENTAL WHITE METAL RATTLE embossed with flowers amongst leaves, 5” long. See illustration

386 A GEORGE III NUTMEG GRATER of rectangular form, with a bright-engraved chevron frieze, unmarked, circa 1780/1800, 2½” long

£300-500

387 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER MOUNTED HIP FLASK, initialled, Sheffield 1908, 4½” long

£60-120

388 AN ART DECO CIGARETTE CASE of rectangular form with engine-turned decoration, initialled, gilt interior, Birmingham 1937, 5” long, (c.6.8oz) £80-160

£50-100

395 A SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL WINE LABEL of rectangular canted form, incised “Sherry”, by Robert Key II of Perth, circa 1840, and another incised “Brandy” (2)

£40-60

390 A DUTCH MINIATURE TOY modelled in the form of a horse pulling a sledge, with a figure pulling the reins, 19th century, the base marked with a double tax mark, 5” long, and a toy model of a carriage (2). See illustration

£100-200

394 A CHINESE NOVELTY SNUFF BOX modelled in the form of a book, with a vacant rectangular cartouche to the cover, the interior marked “HC” also with a single character mark, 19th century, 1¾” long

389 A MODERN SNOOKER CUE CHALK HOLDER with engine-turned decoration, by FH, Birmingham Assay, in a fitted case

£50-100

393 A MIXED LOT comprising an Edwardian sovereign case of circular form, Birmingham 1904, a rattle in the form of a bear, a salt spoon, a chain and a pin cushion (a lot)

£100-200

£100-200

396 FOUR KIDNEY-SHAPED LIQUEUR LABELS marked “Orange”, “Curacao”, “Kirsch” and “Cherry Brandy”, unmarked (4)

£100-200

76

£50-100


Lots 390, 391 and 392

77


397 A WILLIAM IV WINE LABEL of oval form with punched-out shell and foliate decoration, incised “Port”, by the Barnards, London 1830, and two further wine labels and a continental seal by Berthold Muller (4) See illustration

404 A SET OF SIX PIERCED GLASS HOLDERS with scroll handles, Birmingham 1912/1914, and four Victorian silver mounted glasses (10)

£80-160

405 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN NAPKIN RINGS with beaded borders and chased geometric decoration, Sheffield 1885, a tea strainer with thistle terminal, and a continental trinket box (4)

398 A FRENCH DRESSING TABLE JAR AND COVER of circular form, the pull-off cover decorated with embossed shells and scrolls, on a tucked-in circular foot, 4¼” dia. (c.7oz)

£100-200

£100-200

£50-100

£80-160

£50-100

410 A SET OF EIGHT COCKTAIL STICKS with enamel terminals, in the form of a clover, a rose, a daffodil and a thistle, the reverse marked “silver”, otherwise unmarked, in a fitted case, by Mappin & Webb

£50-100

403 A THREE PIECE CONDIMENT SET of baluster form with gadrooned borders, by Richard Comyns, London 1970, and a pepper pot (a lot)

£50-100

409 TIFFANY & CO: A MUSTARD POT of oval form with gadrooned border, the body embossed with flowers and scrolls, the base monogrammed and marked “Sterling”, 3” high (c.2.6oz) See illustration

402 AN INDIAN WHITE METAL CIGARETTE CASE embossed with an elephant amongst foliage, six Indian napkin rings and an English napkin ring (a lot)

£50-100 408 A MIXED LOT comprising a circular photograph frame, a vesta case, a silver mounted “Book of Common Prayer”, a bookmark and other items (a lot)

401 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN SALTS of circular form with matching spoons and blue glass liners, Birmingham 1902, in fitted case, and a mustard pot and spoon, in case (2)

£50-100

407 A PHOTOGRAPH FRAME of rectangular form, by Asprey & Co., London 1909, a thimble and three Old English pattern teaspoons (a lot)

400 A THREE PIECE CONDIMENT SET of circular form, with fluted decoration, on down-curving feet, Sheffield 1919

£50-100

406 A MIXED LOT comprising a Continental bowl stamped “830”, an inkwell, a sifter ladle, a Scottish dessert spoon and a lighter (5)

399 A VICTORIAN DRESSING TABLE POT AND COVER of circular form, the pull-off cover decorated with a scene of figures in a classical landscape, the body with part-fluted decoration, by William Comyns, London 1881, 3” high (c.6.4oz) See illustration

£50-100

£50-100

78

£50-100


Lots 398, 399 and 409

411 A SET OF FIVE NORWEGIAN SILVER GILT COCKTAIL STICKS, the terminals with polychrome enamel cockerel finials, the reverse stamped “925 Sterling Norway”, a set of six Art Deco cocktail sticks with enamelled terminals and three other sets of cocktail sticks (a lot).

414 A COLLECTION OF COCKTAIL STICKS predominately with enamelled terminals, of mixed makers and dates (a lot)

£100-200

415 AN EDWARDIAN TEA CADDY of oval form with part-fluted decoration and knop finial, by William Hutton & Sons, London 1902, 5” high, (c.6.4oz)

412 A SET OF SIX COCKTAIL STICKS in the form of golf clubs, with green enamel terminals, Birmingham 1948, a set of six cocktail sticks with cockerel terminals and a silver gilt set of six with game bird terminals (a lot)

£80-160 416 A MIXED LOT comprising an Edwardian scent bottle with green guilloche enamel top, Birmingham 1909, together with a cylindrical scent bottle with cut-glass body, a silver topped dressing table pot, a rectangular trinket box, and a swizzle stick (5)

£100-200

413 A SET OF SIX COCKTAIL STICKS, the enamelled terminals modelled in the form of different types of road signs, Birmingham 1935, and two further sets (3 sets)

£200-400

£50-100

79

£80-160


417 A MIXED LOT comprising a cigarette case, a napkin ring, a carpenters pencil, a cased set of tea knives, a cased set of commemorative teaspoons, a cased pair of napkin rings and other items, mixed makers and dates (a lot)

424 A LATE VICTORIAN SUGAR CASTOR of “lighthouse” form with a pull-off pierced cover, flame finial, Birmingham 1900, 7½” high, a silver mounted travelling inkwell, a smelling salts bottle with green glass body and four napkin rings (a lot)

£100-200

418 A “LIGHTHOUSE” SUGAR CASTOR with a high pierced pull-off cover, knop finial, spreading circular foot, Chester 1916, 6” high, a George III caddy spoon with chequer-work bowl, a caddy spoon with fluted bowl, a base metal caddy spoon and a napkin ring (a lot)

425 A SET OF TEN LATE VICTORIAN/ EDWARDIAN GLASS HOLDERS of pierced design, Sheffield 1900/1901 and a chatelaine clip (a lot)

£100-200

£100-200

420 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER LIDDED JEWELLERY BOX of square form, the silver lid decorated with flowers and scrolls, velvet interior, Birmingham 1906, 6” wide

£50-100

£50-100

£100-200

429 A VICTORIAN SNUFF BOX of rectangular form with foliate thumbpiece, rectangular cartouche and gilt interior, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1839, a scent bottle, a small hand mirror, and a quantity of badges and bijouterie (a lot)

£50-100

423 A MIXED LOT comprising a wine coaster with pierced border, London Assay, a footed bon bon dish and a quantity of other dishes, mixed makers and dates (a lot)

£100-200

428 A MIXED LOT comprising a pair of Chinese salts, the base marked with a single character mark, four Chinese napkin rings, a sugar bowl and a small quantity of flatware (a lot)

422 A CASED THREE PIECE CONDIMENT SET, Birmingham 1922/1923

£100-200

427 A MIXED LOT OF SILVER ITEMS comprising a cigarette case, a vesta case, a scent bottle and other items (5)

421 A CASED CONDIMENT SET by Deacnn & Francis, Birmingham 1925, a cased set of mother of pearl handled fruit eaters (a lot)

£50-100

426 THREE AWARD MEDALS for The Poultry Club, Birmingham 1932/1933, cased, a another award medal for The Darwin & District Agricultural Association, in case, and a set of four bridge pencils, in case (a lot).

419 A MIXED LOT of silver items comprising a pair of pierced bon bon dishes, a sugar castor, a hand mirror, two condiments and a small pierced circular dish (a lot)

£100-200

£100-200

430 A FIVE PIECE DRESSING TABLE SET with engine-turned decoration, by Walker & Hall

£80-160

80

£50-100


Lot 431

431 A VICTORIAN BON BON DISH of oval form with scrolling flower border and pierced body, on a pierced foot, by William Comyns, London 1893, also with a retailers mark of Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company, 7½” long (c.8oz)

434 A FIGURAL NOVELTY CIRCULAR PIN TRAY, the centre modelled as a foxes head, on a beaten ground with a lappet border, London 1908, 4½” dia.

£100-200

435 A TUBULAR CIGAR CASE with four fingers, retailed by George Maurice & Co. of Piccadilly, by JHH, Birmingham 1909, 4” long.

432 A DUTCH PIPE LIGHTER converted into a basket, the handle fully marked for 1851, possibly with an earlier base, 5½” high with handle extended

£50-100

£80-160

436 A CONTINENTAL WHITE METAL CARD CASE of rectangular form with scrolling foliate decoration, 3¾” long

433 A MIXED LOT comprising a drum mustard pot with gadrooned border, another smaller drum mustard pot, two cream jugs and a sugar bowl, mixed makers and dates, (c.15oz weighable silver) (a lot)

£80-160

£100-200

81

£60-80


FLATWARE 437 A QUANTITY OF AMERICAN CUTLERY comprising a pair of salad servers, a serving fork, a pair of sugar tongs and four teaspoons, all marked Sterling, (c.7oz)

443 A PAIR OF IRISH SERVING TONGS of elongated scissor form, with feather edge blades, marked with harp struck twice and Hibernia once, Dublin circa 1775, 11” long (c.4oz). See illustration

£80-160

438 A DANISH SERVING SPOON, the stem pierced with leaves and vines, by HS conjoined, circa 1950, 8¾”, and an American hand-made sauce ladle and another item (3)

444 A PAIR OF IRISH PROVINCIAL SERVING SPOONS, bright-cut and star pattern, crested, by Joseph Gibson, Cork, also marked “Sterling”, circa 1800, 10” long. See illustration

£50-100

439 A SWEDISH SILVER MOUNTED LADLE with turned wooden handle and coconut shell bowl, the lower part of the stem marked “M. Helen” and date letter for 1843, initialled, 13½” long.

£80-160

440 A PAIR OF CONTINENTAL SERVING TONGS of scissor-form, initialled, possibly Portuguese, Lisbon, early 19th century, also marked “JPV”, 12”, (c.7oz). £150-250

£80-160

447 A VICTORIAN SOUP LADLE of Old English pattern, crested, by Charles Boyton, London 1887, 13” long, (c.8oz)

£50-100

£80-160

448 A GEORGE III SOUP LADLE of Old English pattern, crested, with a fluted shell bowl, by John Lambe, London 1779, 12” long (c.4oz)

442 A NORWEGIAN SPOON with twisted stem and ball finial, unmarked, probably late 17th/early 18th century, 5¾” long. See illustration

£80-160

446 A BASTING SPOON of rat-tail pattern, by HA, Sheffield 1922, 11¾” long, (c.6oz)

441 A DUTCH THREE PRONGED SWEETMEAT FORK of Old English feather edged pattern, possibly Nijmegen, circa 1800, 4½” long. See illustration

£300-500

445 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN FISH SERVERS with loaded handles and pierced blades, by JG, Birmingham 1853, the fish knife 12¾”

£200-400

£80-160

82

£100-200


Lots 441, 442, 443 and 444

83


449 A GEORGE III SOUP LADLE of Old English pattern, by Stephen Adams, London 1803, 13” long (c.5oz)

455 A PAIR OF GEORGE III TABLESPOONS of Old English pattern, initialled, by Peter & William Bateman, London 1811, 9”, and three other George III tablespoons, (c.9oz)

£80-160

450 A VICTORIAN BASTING SPOON of Old English pattern, crested, by Charles Boyton, London 1892, 11½” long (c.4oz)

456 A PAIR OF GEORGE III TABLE FORKS of Old English pattern, crested, by Eley & Fern, London 1806, a pair by George Smith & William Fearn, and another example by Edward Jackson (5) (c.10oz)

£50-100

451 A GEORGE III GRAVY SPOON of Old English pattern, initialled, by Soloman Hougham, London 1796, 11½” long, (c.3oz)

£300-600

459 A HARLEQUIN SET OF DESSERT SPOONS of fiddle pattern, initialled “A”, London Assay, 1818 and later, (c.6.5oz)

£300-600

454 A LARGE QUANTITY OF GEORGE III AND LATER CUTLERY, predominantly fiddle pattern and London made, predominantly initialled “S”. Comprising 11 serving spoons, 8 table forks, 9 dessert forks, 9 dessert spoons, 10 teaspoons and a sauce ladle, of mixed makers and dates, (c.76oz). See illustration

£80-160

458 A QUANTITY OF FIDDLE AND SHELL PATTERN CUTLERY comprising a set of six table forks, a set of six dessert forks, all by John Rownd, Sheffield 1900, and a Victorian tablespoon by George Adams, London 1866, and a set of six matching teaspoons, by George Adams, London 1866 (a lot) (c.33oz)

£100-200

453 A QUANTITY OF VICTORIAN FIDDLE AND THREAD PATTERN CUTLERY comprising a set of eight dessert forks by Joseph Albert Savory, London 1841, crested, with two matching table forks, a matching serving spoon, and five later dessert spoons, London 1900 (c.32oz) (a lot)

£100-200

457 A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN DESSERT SPOONS of fiddle pattern, initialled, by WB, London 1839, 7” long, (c.7oz)

£50-100

452 A GEORGE III PROVINCIAL FISH SLICE of fiddle and shell pattern, initialled, by IW, Newcastle 1811, 10¾” long and four fiddle and shell pattern salt spoons, (c.4oz) (5)

£100-200

£80-160

460 A MIXED LOT OF CUTLERY comprising two Old English pattern tablespoons, two George III Old English pattern dessert spoons, a quantity of tea and condiment spoons (a lot) (c.11oz)

£800-1,200

84

£100-200


Lot 454

85


461 A MIXED LOT OF FORKS comprising a set of three George III Old English pattern examples by George Smith & William Fern, London 1792, a fiddle pattern table fork by Mary Chewner, and three fiddle pattern dessert forks by George Adams(c.10oz) (a lot)

466 A COLLECTION OF SHEFFIELD MADE TEASPOONS of mixed makers and dates (13) (c.6oz)

467 A PAIR OF IRISH BRIGHT-CUT AND STAR PATTERN TABLESPOONS by Michael Keating, Dublin 1795, 8½” long

£100-200

462 A SET OF SIX DESSERT EATERS, loaded handles with fluted terminals, possibly by Moses Brent, London 1809, the knives 7” long

469 A PAIR OF GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLESPOONS by Peter, Anne & William Bateman, London 1805, 8” long

£2,000-3,000

£100-200

471 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SERVING SPOONS of Old English and Shell pattern, by George Adams, London 1846, 8½” long and three other tablespoons of mixed makers and dates (a lot) (c.10.5oz)

£100-200

465 PAUL STORR: A SET OF THREE FIDDLE PATTERN TEASPOONS, initialled, London, 1813, 5½”

£50-100

470 A QUANTITY OF BATEMAN FAMILY FLATWARE comprising ten teaspoons and one dessert spoon, of mixed makers and dates (c.5.5oz)

464 A COLLECTION OF TEASPOONS, predominantly London marked, of mixed makers and dates, (19) (c.8.5oz)

£50-100

468 A PAIR OF FIDDLE PATTERN TABLESPOONS by John Sutter, Chester 1814

£100-200

463 A MODERN KINGS PATTERN CANTEEN for eight place settings, Sheffield 1975/1976. Comprising 8 table forks, 8 dessert spoons, 8 soup spoons, 8 fish knives, 8 fish forks, two sets of 8 different sized teaspoons, a set of 8 demi-tasse size coffee spoons, a pair of salad servers and 8 silver handled dessert and table knives (a lot) (c.138oz weighable silver). See illustration

£50-100

£100-200

£80-160 472 A COLLECTION OF SIX YORK MADE TEASPOONS of mixed dates, all made by J. Barber

86

£50-100


Lot 463

87


473 A LARGE QUANTITY OF DUBLIN MADE FLATWARE comprising a Hanoverian pattern tablespoon, two dessert spoons, a fiddle pattern oyster fork and a quantity of tea and condiment spoons, mixed makers and dates (a lot) (c.15oz)

479 A QUANTITY OF PREDOMINANTLY IRISH FIDDLE PATTERN CUTLERY comprising a set of five table forks, Dublin 1839, 13 Irish dessert forks, 6 Irish fiddle pattern dessert spoons, 2 Irish fiddle pattern serving spoons, a pair of Irish sauce ladles, 17 teaspoons, 3 Irish mustard spoons, 3 further dessert spoons, a bright-cut Irish tablespoon, a pair of sugar tongs, an Irish butter knife, and a quantity of London made cutlery, of mixed makers and dates, (a lot) (c.80oz). See illustration

£200-300

474 A SET OF FOUR SCOTTISH POINTED-END DESSERT SPOONS by AG, Edinburgh 1793, 7” long (c.2.5oz)

£50-100

480 AN ARTS AND CRAFTS SPOON with a square stem and oval bowl, by EPK, London 1918, and a small quantity of teaspoons (a lot) (c.6oz)

475 A SMALL COLLECTION OF 18TH CENTURY SHELL AND SCROLL BACK BOTTOM MARKED TEASPOONS of mixed makers and dates, and three Old English pattern teaspoons (8) (c.2.4oz)

£50-100

£50-100

483 TIFFANY & CO: A PAIR OF SERVING TONGS, one arm cast in the form of a claw, also marked with a pattern no. “1900” and stamped “Sterling”, a plated nautilus shell sifter ladle, a novelty silver nail and a sewing tool (a lot)

£50-100

478 A 19TH CENTURY RUSSIAN TEASPOON and five 20th century Chester made teaspoons (a lot) (c.2.8oz)

£400-800

482 A GEORGE III FIDDLE PATTERN CADDY SPOON by Elizabeth Morley, monogrammed, a Victorian sifter ladle and two toddy ladles with whalebone twist handles (a lot)

£80-160

477 A SMALL COLLECTION OF NEWCASTLE MADE FLATWARE comprising an Old English pattern serving spoon, by Langlands & Robertson, Newcastle 1785, a fiddle pattern dessert spoon, Newcastle 1811 two further dessert spoons and three teaspoons (a lot) (c.5.2oz)

£80-160

481 A QUANTITY OF AMERICAN CUTLERY with beaded waisted stems, by Gorham, stamped “Sterling”, and a silver handled knife and plated teaspoon (a lot) (c.46oz weighable silver)

476 A SET OF SIX SINGLE STRUCK QUEENS PATTERN TEASPOONS, Glasgow 1856, and a quantity of Scottish teaspoons (c.8.1oz)

£600-1,000

£40-60

£50-100

484 A QUANTITY OF CHINESE WHITE METAL TEASPOONS AND SUGAR TONGS (a lot)

88

£50-100


Lot 479

89


485 A GEORGE IV “BERRY” SIFTER LADLE with pierced gilt bowl, a berry spoon of Old English pattern, a bread fork, a mother-of-pearl handled caddy spoon and a small sifter ladle (5)

490 A SET OF SIX SILVER GILT COFFEE SPOONS with bean terminals, the undersides of the bowls enamelled in striped black and white, Birmingham 1930, in a fitted case, and a set of six teaspoons, in a fitted case (2)

£50-100

£50-100

486 A MIXED LOT OF CUTLERY comprising a pair of George III shaped sugar tongs with bright-cut decoration, by the Batemans, a second pair of sugar tongs, a dessert spoon and two other items (a lot)

491 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN FISH SERVERS, the filled handles with scroll decoration, the blades with engraved decoration, by Hillyard & Thomason, Birmingham 1859, in a fitted case

£100-150

487 AN EDWARDIAN CHRISTENING SET in case, comprising spoon and fork with pierced terminals, initialled, London 1904/1905

492 A PAIR OF CASED GEORGE III BERRY SPOONS, later embossed, one by Hester Bateman, and a cased set of six bean-end coffee spoons (2)

£40-60

488 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN CAST SUGAR NIPS of scissor form, cast with flowers and scrolls, by Yapp & Woodward, Birmingham 1845, 6” long

£80-160

493 A QUANTITY OF CASED SETS OF TEASPOONS comprising a cased set of bright-cut teaspoons, and two cased sets of bean-end coffee spoons (3)

£60-120

489 AN EDWARDIAN PART CANTEEN of Albert pattern cutlery, comprising 16 table forks, 6 serving spoons, 6 dessert forks, 12 dessert spoons, a sauce ladle, a basting spoon, a soup ladle, by Carrington & Co., London 1909, and a quantity of bone handled silver bladed fish knives and forks, and a few items of plated cutlery, in a marked Carrington & Co. canteen box, crested, (c.116oz weighable silver). See illustration

£80-160

£40-60

494 A SET OF SIX SILVER GILT AND ENAMEL COFFEE SPOONS by Frantz Hingelberg, in a fitted case, and a set of six grapefruit spoons by Mappin & Webb (2)

£1,000-2,000

90

£80-160


Lot 489

91


Lot 497

498 A PAIR OF BONE HANDLED SILVER BLADED FISH SERVERS by HA, Sheffield 1902, and three cased sets of cutlery with plated blades (a lot)

495 A COLLECTION OF SILVER AND SILVER PLATED CASED SETS comprising two cased christening sets, a set of twelve silver teaspoons, a pair of fish servers and a cased set of fish knives and forks (5)

£150-250

£100-200

499 A SET OF TWELVE LATE VICTORIAN TEASPOONS and a matching pair of tongs, in a fitted case, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1895

496 A SET OF BONE HANDLED FRUIT KNIVES AND FORKS, by Walker & Hall, Chester 1906/1907, the forks Sheffield 1907, in a Walker & Hall fitted case

£100-200

499A A CASED SET OF SIX SILVER HANDLED TEA KNIVES with Art Deco style handles, two further cased sets and a teaspoon with a floral handle (a lot)

497 TWO CASED SETS OF SILVER GILT AND ENAMEL TEASPOONS, the bowls decorated with polychrome floral sprays, Birmingham Assay (2) See illustration

£50-100

£50-100

92

£50-100


PORTR AIT MINATURE S WORK S OF ART COINS AND ME DALS

93


PORTRAIT MINIATURES AND WORKS OF ART 506 ENGLISH SCHOOL, circa 1810 A miniature portrait on ivory of a lady, bust length, her hair in ringlets wearing a headdress with lace collar and coral dress, tondo, 2½”

500 ENGLISH SCHOOL, circa 1810 A portrait miniature of a lady, half length, wearing a cream lace gown and bonnet, oval, 4” x 3”

£50-100

507 ENGLISH SCHOOL A miniature portrait of an aged bearded gentleman, tondo, 2¾” dia and another miniature portrait (2)

501 ENGLISH SCHOOL A portrait miniature of a young lady, half length, her curled hair with blue silk band, oval, 2½” x 1¾” and two other portrait miniatures (3)

£60-120

£60-120

£80-160

£80-160

511 ENGLISH SCHOOL, 19th century A portrait miniature of James George Grieve, born 1847, died 1897, oval, 2¾” x 2”, and another oval portrait miniature of a gentleman (2)

£50-100

505 A PLASTER MINIATURE PORTRAIT, 19th century of a bearded gent on velvet mount in gilt and ebonised surround, 4½” dia overall and two other miniature portraits (3)

£70-100

510 ENGLISH SCHOOL, 18th century A miniature portrait on ivory of Mr Percival Forbes, bust length, tondo, 2¼”, and another portrait miniature of ‘Great Grandfather Fenwick’ (2)

504 A REGENCY SILHOUETTE OF A LADY bust length, tondo, in gilt frame, 2½” dia and two others (3)

£100-200

509 A wax portrait of a lady bust length, wearing a lace cap, indistinctly inscribed to the reverse ‘Wife of Rev... DD’, dated 1771, and a watercolour portrait of Mrs Ann Chamier (?) dated ‘83 (2)

503 ENGLISH SCHOOL, 19th century A half-length portrait of a lady, Mrs Saml Stephens, nee Becky Wallace, watercolour, 5” x 4½”, and a portrait of a gentleman, inscribed and dated to the reverse ‘born 1792, died 1879’ (2)

£50-100

508 SCOTTISH SCHOOL, early 19th century A portrait miniature of a mother and child on ivory, 3¾” x 3”, the reverse with a paper label inscribed ‘John Steell, Carver, Guilder and Print Seller, Edinburgh.

502 ENGLISH SCHOOL, 19th century A primitive portrait miniature of a lady, oval, 3” x 2½” and two other portrait miniatures (3)

£70-100

£50-100

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£50-100


Lot 518

515 A PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A YOUNG GIRL, Elizabeth Northcoth Willcock, oval on ivory, 2¼” x 1¾”, and two other portrait miniatures of young children (3)

512 ENGLISH SCHOOL A portrait miniature of a child, possibly James Phillips, oval, on ivory, 2½” x 1¾” and another rectangular portrait miniature (2)

£50-100

£100-200

513 MONOGRAMMIST J.J., 1797 A portrait miniature of a gentleman, oval on ivory, the blue enamel back set with memorial hair, monogram and seed pearls, 3¼” x 2¾”

516 A PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A YOUNG GIRL, Caroline Willcock, oval on ivory, 2½” x 1¾” and four similar miniature family portraits (5)

£80-150

514 G CHARLES, RA A portrait miniature of Stephen Willcock, oval on ivory, 2¾” x 2”, a portrait miniature of Mary Jane Willcock (marked on reverse Ley) and a portrait miniature of George Willcock (3)

£150-250

517 A 19TH CENTURY TORTOISESHELL AND SILVER PIQUE NECESSAIRE of tapering canted form, opening to a fitted interior with thimble and other accessories, 4”

£100-200

£50-100

518 A CONTINENTAL IVORY CIRCULAR BOX AND COVER, 18th century, painted with an arcadian scene, 3½” See illustration 95

£300-600


519 A GEORGE II OVAL BRASS ‘GAME OF CHANCE’ DICE BOX, inscribed to the reverse ‘Geo Cowles, Senr. of the city of Gloucester, 1754’, 4”. See illustration

527 A BLOND TORTOISESHELL AND SILVER PIQUE CARD CASE, opening to a silk lined interior, 4” and another tortoiseshell case (2)

£200-400

£60-120

520 A TREEN SNUFF BOX in the form of a lady’s shoe, 4”

528 A COLLECTION OF ORIENTAL MOTHER-OF-PEARL COUNTERS, engraved with figures and flowers (a lot)

£30-60

521 A CONTINENTAL ENAMEL BOX AND COVER, decorated with a peasant driving sheep and mule, with gilt metal mounts, 3½” and an oval enamel box and cover (2)

529 A GROUP OF ANTIQUITIES including Amulets and Scarabs, some with labels from The Hilton Price Collection (a lot)

£50-100

£400-600

£30-60

£50-100

532 ENGLISH SCHOOL, 18th century A miniature portrait of a Naval Officer, half length, oval on ivory, 1½”

524 A CONTINENTAL MINIATURE AGATE CASKET with domed hinged cover and gilt metal chased mounts, 2½”

£100-200

531 A PAIR OF IVORY AND ENAMEL OPERA GLASSES IN CASE, and a gilt metal sprung loaded lorgnette(2)

523 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY NOVELTY TOY OF A MOBILE TERRAPIN, in a treen and glass case, 2”

£100-200

530 A SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE ENAMEL PATCH BOX, the hinged cover decorated with pugilists inscribed ‘Set To’, 2”

522 A GEORGE II CARVED AGATE SNUFF BOX with chased gold metal mounts, 3½”. See illustration

£50-100

£50-100

£50-100

525 A RUSSIAN SILVER AND NIELLO TRAVELLING ICON, opening to polychrome enamel decorated Saints, hung with a pendant gilt metal cross, 3”

533 ENGLISH SCHOOL, 19th century A portrait miniature of a young lady with curly hair and white headdress, oval on ivory, 2½” x 2”

£100-200

526 A 19TH CENTURY BLACK PAPIER MACHE BOX AND COVER, decorated with an equestrian scene, 3½”

534 PARAGON S. FOX & CO. LTD: A CREAM SILK AND LACE PARASOL, the handle with a twisted red and white enamel mount decorated with tiny diamonds and sapphires and a diamond set into a yellow metal mount to the tip

£100-200

96

£50-100

£250-450


Lots 519, 522 and 536

97


Lots 537 and 538

540 Henry Bone, R.A. (British, 1755-1834) Comte Victor Louis Alfred de Vaudreuil (1798-1834), wearing purple doublet with gold buttons, white chemise with lace trim to the collar, double stranded gold chain, crimson cloak with gold embroidery and piping. Enamel, signed, dated and inscribed on the reverse Comte Alfred de Vaudreuil London Decr 1830 Painted in Enamel by Henry Bone R.A. En-mel painter to His Majesty &c &c after the Original by G. Hayter, gilt-metal frame with beaded border. Oval, 1¾ inches high See illustration

535 MASON ERNEST KEES, 9 Boulevard des Capucines , Paris: A cream ostrich feather fan, the end stave decorated with a white metal open-work mount decorated throughout with tiny diamonds, in a fitted presentation case, and a pink feathered single handled fan (2)

£200-400

536 A GEORGE II SILVER AND HARDSTONE SNUFF BOX of cartouche form with floral chased panels and a parcelgilt interior, 3”. See illustration on page 97 £200-400

£2,000 – 4,000

Victor Louis Alfred was the younger son of Joseph Hyacinthe François de Paule de Rigaud, Comte de Vaudreuil (1740–1817), who was a French connoisseur and art collector at the court of King Louis XVI. He was the alleged lover of Gabrielle de Polastron, Duchesse de Polignac (1749–1793), a favourite of Marie Antoinette.

537 A CORAL SEAL, 19th century, with gilt and hardstone terminal, 3¾” See illustration

£100-200

538 A HARDSTONE SEAL, the terminal carved as the bust of a bearded gentleman with plumed headdress, on stiff leaf carved base with gilt and “turquoise”-set terminal, early 19th century, 4¼” See illustration

541 A "GOLDART" MINIATURE PICTURE of "The Bark Garthpool 1926”, 2” x 2¼”, contained within a shaped gilt frame

£300-600

542-549 Spare lots

539 A MINIATURE ALPHABET SAMPLER worked with black thread-work, the alphabet at the top and below “May my obedience claim your love. Mary-Ann Mackie 1807”, 3” x 2¾”

£50-100

£50-100 98


Lot 540

99


AN IMPORTANT PRIVATE COLLECTION OF RENAISSANCE AND LATER BRONZE AND SILVER MEDALS

550 LEONELLO D’ESTE MARQUESS OF FERRARA BY PISANELLO, pre 1443, obv. portrait bust, rev. triple head and artist signature, 88mm. See illustration

556 GIOVANNI GIOVANO PONTANO, Poet by Adriano Fiorentino, obv. bust, rev. Urania striding to the left and holding a globe. Old cast. See illustration

£150-250

551 LUDOVICO CARBONE OF FERRARA, POET BY SPERANDIO OF MANTUA, 1485, obv. portrait bust, rev. Carbone with Calliope and legend. An old but not original cast. See illustration

£150-250

£300-500

£150-250

£120-200

559 CORNELIO MUSSO (1511-74) Franciscan and Bishop of Bitonto in 1544, from an unattributed medallist of the Veneto obv. bust, rev. swan, original cast. See illustration

£300-600

£200-400

560 CONSALVO FERNADES DE CORDOVA c.1560. gilt. obv. bust, rev. battle under city walls. See illustration

£80-150

£80-150

561 FOUR SILVER GAMING COUNTERS stamped in the manner of engravings after Simon de Passe, c.1625 and 1632 (4). See illustration

555 ANTOINE, DUKE OF LORRAINE AND BAR (c.1521-1525) by Jacques Gauvain (active c. 1501-1547), obv. bust, rev. bust. An old but not original cast. See illustration

£80-160

558 FREDERICO ZUCCARI, Painter and architect (1542/3-1609) by a Tuscan artist, obv. bust, rev. Sam Lorenzo in the Escorial. See illustration

554 DANTE ALIGHIERI, Florentine School, Restoration from 15th century original, obv. bust of Dante, rev. Dante before the Mountain of Purgatory. Old but not original cast. See illustration

553 BALDASSARE CASTIGLIONE (1478-1523) obv. bust, rev. Aurora stepping from Biga. See illustration

It is worth speculating that this is the T. WhitcombeGreene example. Sotheby’s 30th October 1933, Lot 27, and ex-Bardini (Florence) Collection Auction in New York in 1908

557 FERDINAND, ARCH DUKE OF AUSTRIA (1521-64). Uniface bronze portrait medal circa 1525. See illustration

552 GIOVANNI ANTONIO, COUNT OF URBECHE AND MODIGLIANA (c.1459-1501) by Nicolo Fiorentino c.1490-1500, obv. bust, rev. eagle with heraldic shield of Guild of Romagna. An old but not original cast. See illustration

£80-160

100

£80-150


Lot 550

Lot 551

Lot 552

Lot 553

Lot 554

Lot 555

Lot 556

Lot 557

Lot 558

Lot 559

Lot 560

Lot 561

101


562 SIR SIDENHAM POINTS (1646) obv. bust. rev. six line inscription. Late 18th century reproduction. See illustration

568 CHARLES II PRESENTATION MEDAL, undated (1683?) by Jan Roettier, obv. bust, rev. Royal Arms. See illustration

Points was an ardent anti-royalist whose memorable act was his defeat of the Kings’ forces at Rowton Heath, near Chester.

Probably struck as a general presentation medal by the King, hence it is undated. It is described in a list of medals by Roettier.

£40-80

£600-1,200

563 CHARLES I. MEMORIAL MEDAL 1649, by John Roettier, bronze. obv. bust, rev. hand from heaven holding celestial crown. Struck during the reign of Charles II. See illustration

569 CHARLES II Coronation at Scone Palace. 1651. obv. crowned bust. rev. lion rampant grasping thistle. See illustration

£80-150

564 OLIVER CROMWELL. 1653. By Thomas Simon. obv. bust. rev. lion supporting the shield of the Protectorate. See illustration

570 WILLIAM AND MARY Coronation 1689. obv. conjoined busts. rev. Jove thunders against Phaeton. See illustration

£200-400

565 OLIVER CROMWELL. 1658. obv. bust. rev. three line inscription, probably a late 18th century restoration. See illustration

£200-300

£60-120

572 THE CHILDREN OF JAMES III by Otto Hamerani, Rome. obv. bust of Prince Charles. rev. bust of Prince Henry. See illustration

£100-150

£200-400

573 JAMES II “My Successor 1699” by Norbert Roettier. obv. bust of James II with date and N.R. below truncation. rev. bust of Prince James. See illustration

567 CHARLES II & CATHERINE, 1662, Marriage Medal by Jan Roettier. obv. bust of King, rev. bust of Queen. See illustration

£150-300

571 FABRITZIO VAIANO 1563, Italian School. obv. bust. rev. nunc et semper. See illustration

566 CHARLES II, Coronation, 1661, by Thomas Simon, obv. crowned bust, rev. King enthroned crowned by peace. See illustration

£150-300

£300-600

102

£250-450


Lot 562

Lot 563

Lot 564

Lot 565

Lot 566

Lot 567

Lot 568

Lot 569

Lot 570

Lot 571

Lot 572

Lot 573

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574 PRINCE JAMES. 1697. obv. bust. rev. sun rising over a calm sea. See illustration

580 DEATH OF CHARLES III By G. Hameranni. 1788. obv. bust. rev. allegorical figure of religion with gospels and cross before view of the Vatican. See illustration

£80-160

575 DUCHESS OF CLEVELAND. 1670. by John Roettier. bronze uniface. See illustration

581 MARRIAGE OF GEORGE III AND QUEEN CHARLOTTE. 1771 By J. Kirk. obv. conjoined bust. rev. Eros fanning flames of two hearts. See illustration

The die was not used until it was purchased from Roettier’s representatives by a Mr Young when a few examples were struck. Young gave the die to the British Museum in 1829. This example was purchased from A.H. Baldwin in November 1951

576 PORTO-BELLO 22nd November 1739. obv. full length figure of Admiral Vernon. rev. six ships outside a harbour, and two others similar. See illustration

£80-160

This medal does not figure in the most often referred to reference works.

£200-400

585 UNIFACE BRONZE PLAQUETTE cast with a Roman soldier spearing a female saint or martyr, probably Italian school, circa late 16th century. See illustration

579 LORD CHATHAM. 1773. By J. Kirk. obv. bust. rev. three line inscription. See illustration

£80-160

584 ONIDES MALATESTA & DEIANIRA MARRIAGE MEDAL. 1630. Italian School. See illustration

£80-150

578 MEDICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON INSTITUTED 1773. By J. Kirk. obv. bust of Queen Charlotte. rev. allegorical figure with Caduceus. See illustration

£80-150

583 WILLIAM BECKFORD. 1779. By J. Kirk. obv. bust. rev. Justice seated. See illustration

£80-150

577 LORD CAMDEN, 1773. By J. Kirk. obv. bust of Camden. rev. three line inscription. See illustration

£180-250

582 WILLIAM BECKFORD By J. Kirk. obv. bust wearing mayoral chain. rev. four line inscription. See illustration

£300-600

£300-500

£80-150

104

£100-200


Lot 574

Lot 575

Lot 576

Lot 577

Lot 578

Lot 579

Lot 580

Lot 581

Lot 582

Lot 583

Lot 584

Lot 585

105


586 FOUR LATE CASTS including a Porto-Bello medal and others (4). See illustration

592 FRANCE. LOUIS XIV (1643-1715) Portrait medallion by Jean Mauger. obv. head. rev. figure of Justice. 1672. See illustration

£40-80

£60-80

MEDALS FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION

593 FRANCE. LOUIS XVI (1774-93) Coronation 1775 by B. Duvivier. obv. bust. rev. consecration scene. See illustration

587 CATARINA SFORZA-RARIO, Countess of Forli and Imola by Niccolo Fiorentino. obv. portrait bust in widows garb. rev. victory in winged horse Biga, an old but not original cast. See illustration

594 NETHERLANDS. WILLIAM OF ORANGE (William III of UK) Coronation at the Hague, April 1689. See illustration

£100-200

588 ALESSANDRO DI GINO VECCHIETTI (b. 1472 d. 1532) By Niccolo Fiorentino, c. 1498, uniface later cast in lead. See illustration

£50-80

£40-80

£80-150

£50-100

£80-150

597 SWEDEN. CHARLES XIV (1818-44) By Lars Grandel (working Stockholm 1800-36) Portrait medal. rev. four line inscription within wreath. See illustration

591 DENMARK. SIEGE OF CALMAR, 1611. By N. Schwabe, obv. half-length figure of Christian IV. rev. view of Calmar and the Siege. See illustration Provenance: Dix Noonan & Webb sale, June 26 1996, Lot. 404

Provenance: Morton & Eden, 13th November 2002, part of lot. 1069

£40-80

596 SWEDEN. CHARLES XI. Coronation and at Upsala 1675. By Arvid Karlsten. obv. bust of King. rev. King kneeling before King David in atonement. See illustration

590 BAVARIA. MAXIMILIAN II EMMANUEL. Prince Elector of Bavaria. 1703 By Jerome (Hierome) Roussel. obv. portrait bust. rev. trophy of arms. See illustration

£100-200

595 SWEDEN. GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS (1611-32) Portrait medal. undated. rev. armorial composition. See illustration

589 PAPAL. PIUS III (1503 - resigned but 22 days) obv. bust. rev. kneeling figure of Cesare Borgia imploring protection of the Holy Father against his enemies The Orsini. 1503 but late strike. See illustration

£120-180

106

£40-80


Lot 586

Lot 587

Lot 588

Lot 589

Lot 590

Lot 591

Lot 592

Lot 593

Lot 594

Lot 595

Lot 596

Lot 597

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598 GREDON. CHARLES XIV. Undated. by Ludwig Persson Lundgren. Royal Agricultural Society of Sweden. See illustration £40-80

605 GEORGE IV Coronation 1821 by B. Pistrucci. See illustration

606 LONDON BRIDGE opened 1831 by B. Wyon. See illustration

599 VICTORIA, SILVER DIAMOND JUBILEE MEDAL, 1897, by G.W. de Saulles after T. Brock and W. Wyon. See illustration

This is believed to be the earliest Coronation medal.

£110-130

607 WILLIAM IV Reform of Parliament, 1832. by B. Wyon. See illustration

£120-180

£150-250 610 THOMAS COATS, Paisley Observatory, 1883 by N. MacPhail. See illustration

602 QUEEN CAROLINE (Queen of George II) Coronation, 1727, by J. Croker. See illustration

£60-80

£60-80 611 ROYAL SCOTTISH GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY, Prize Medal to Findley McKenzie 1922-3. See illustration

603 JOHN FRIEND Physician and Politician, death 1728, by F. St. Urbain. See illustration

£80-150

£70-90

612 INSTITUTE OF BRITISH CARRIAGE AND AUTOMOBILE MANUFACTURERS. Prize medal to W.J. Watson, 1932. See illustration

604 JOHN MILTON MEMORIAL, 1737, by J.S. Tanner. See illustration

£100-200

609 FRANCIS CHANTREY, Art Union of London, 1843 by W. Wyon and Victoria, visit to Manchester 1851, by Allen & Moore (2). See illustration

601 VATICAN, INNOCENT X (1644-55) Gilt. rev. Virgin and Child. verbum caro factum est. with loop suspension. See illustration

£40-80

608 VICTORIA, Coronation, 1838, by B. Pistrucci. See illustration

£40-80

£70-90

600 HUNGARY. LOUIS THE CHILD. Silver Coronation medal by Kristof Fueszl 1508. See illustration

£100-200

£80-150

£50-80

613-649 Spare lots

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Lot 598

Lot 599

Lot 600

Lot 601

Lot 602

Lot 603

Lot 604

Lot 605

Lot 606

Lot 607

Lot 608

Lot 609

Lot 610

Lot 611

Lot 612

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COINS 650 AN EDWARD VII GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1904 and two gold half sovereigns dated 1910 and 1912, all three mounted on a bar brooch. See illustration

659 AN EDWARD VII GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1909 and another dated 1910 (2) £300-500

£250-450

660 A VICTORIAN GOLD HALF SOVEREIGN dated 1892 and two others dated 1896 and 1898 (3)

651 A GEORGE IV GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1925. See illustration

£200-400

661 A VICTORIAN GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1896 and another dated 1901 (2)

652 A VICTORIAN GOLD SHIELD BACK/ YOUNGHEAD SOVEREIGN dated 1857. See illustration

£300-500

£300-500

£300-500

656 A VICTORIAN GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1887 and another dated 1901 (2).

£200-400

£300-500

666 A GEORGE V GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1911 and another dated 1913 (2)

658 AN EDWARD VII GOLD HALF SOVEREIGN dated 1906 and two others dated 1910 and 1914 (3)

£700-1400

665 AN EDWARD VII GOLD HALF SOVEREIGN dated 1908 and another dated 1909 (2)

£300-500

657 A GEORGE V GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1911 and another dated 1912 (2)

£300-500

664 A SOUTH AFRICAN ONE POUND GOLD COIN dated 1898, mounted as a brooch, a gold guinea, date mark rubbed, with attached scroll pendant, a Russian coin and four others (7)

655 A VICTORIAN GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1892 and another dated 1900 (2).

£1600-1800

663 AN EDWARD VII GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1903 and another dated 1910 (2)

654 A GEORGE V GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1911 and another dated 1915 (2).

£300-500

662 A UNITED KINGDOM GOLD PROOF SET, £5, £2, sovereign and half sovereign, all dated 1985, in a fitted presentation case with certificate of authenticity. See illustration

£200-400

653 A GEORGE V GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1911 and one dated 1912 (2).

£300-500

£300-500

110

£300-500


Lots 650, 651, 652, 662 and 672

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667 A VICTORIAN GOLD HALF SOVEREIGN dated 1901 and one Edward VII dated 1906, both mounted as earrings (2)

677 AN AFRICAN GOLD POND COIN dated 1898 and another dated 1900 (2)

£300-600

678 A GEORGE III GOLD HALF GUINEA dated 1810

668 AN EDWARD VII GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1908 and another dated 1910 (2)

£300-500

£150-300

£150-300

£150-300

682 AN EDWARD VII GOLD HALF SOVEREIGN dated 1908 and another also dated 1908 (2)

672 A VICTORIAN GOLD FIVE POUND COIN dated 1887. See illustration on previous page

£200-400

674 AN AFRICAN HALF POND GOLD COIN dated 1895 and one other also dated 1895 (2)

£150-300

675 A FRENCH GOLD 20 FRANC COIN dated 1911 and another dated 1912 (2)

£150-300

685 A VICTORIAN SOVEREIGN mounted as a pendant, attached to a 9ct yellow gold chain, 25” long, (c.25grams all in)

£200-400

676 A GERMAN 20 MARK GOLD COIN dated 1888

£1,000-2,000

684 A VICTORIAN GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1899, mounted as a ring, on a 9ct gold shank

£200-300

683 A COMMEMORATIVE GOLD COIN SET of the 25th Anniversary of the Issuance of Chinese Panda gold coin, twenty five gold coins, each decorated with a panda dated 1982 - 2007, in a fitted oriental presentation case, with Certificate of Authenticity, See illustration

£500-1000

673 A GEORGE III GOLD GUINEA dated 1785 with a hole drilled to the top

£150-300

681 A FRENCH 10 FRANC GOLD COIN dated 1905 and nine other gold coins, including a George III quarter guinea (10)

£100-200

671 A GOLD GUINEA with indistinct date, with an attached loop for pendant

£200-400

680 A GEORGE III GOLD HALF GUINEA dated 1791 and another dated 1801 (2)

670 A VICTORIAN GOLD HALF SOVEREIGN dated 1900

£100-200

679 A GEORGE III GOLD HALF-GUINEA dated 1797 and one other dated 1803 (2)

669 A GEORGE V GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1912

£200-400

£100-200 112

£250-450


Lot 683

113


686 AN EDWARD VII GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1905, mounted in a 9ct gold bar brooch with attached safety chain

689 AN ELIZABETH II GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1976, mounted in a 9ct gold ring with heart-shaped open-work shoulders

£200-400

687 A VICTORIAN GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1893, in a 9ct gold mount with pin fastening and attached safety chain

690 A VICTORIAN GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1877 and an Edward VII half gold sovereign dated 1909 (2)

£200-400

688 A VICTORIAN GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1892, mounted in a 9ct gold pendant, attached to a 9k gold chain, with safety chain (c.22grams all in)

£200-400

£200-400

691-699 Spare lots

£200-400

END OF FIRST DAY’S SALE

THURSDAY 6TH DECEMBER 2012 SEPARATE CATALOGUE 'A SCHOLAR'S STUDIO' lots 700-961

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The Scholar’s Studio

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THURSDAY, 7TH DECEM BER 2012

POCKET WATCHE S Wrist Watche s CARRIAGE CLOCK S

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POCKET WATCHES 1005 A GENTLEMANS 14K YELLOW GOLD HALF HUNTING CASED POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, the front cover also with Roman numerals

1000 ELGIN: A GENTLEMANS GOLD FILLED HUNTING CASED POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, attached to a 14ct yellow gold fob chain, with attached Zuid Afrikaansche Republiek 1 Pond coin dated 1898

£200-400

1006 A LADIES 18CT YELLOW GOLD HALF HUNTING CASED POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals, the front cover also with Roman numerals, in an engineturned case

1001 H. DIAMOND, LUCERNE: A GENTLEMANS GOLD PLATED OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, inscribed “H. Diamond, Lucerne”, one other similar watch and a watch case (3)

£150-300

£100-200

£150-250

£300-500

1009 BROCKBANK & ATKINS: A GENTLEMANS 18CT YELLOW GOLD OPEN FACED POCKET STOP-WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, outer seconds numerals and sweep seconds hand, the movement inscribed “Brockbank & Atkins, Cornhill, London 24652”

1004 A GENTLEMANS 18CT YELLOW GOLD HALF HUNTING CASED POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, the front cover also with Roman numerals

£200-400

1008 JOHNSON & CO: A GENTLEMANS 18CT YELLOW GOLD HALF HUNTING CASED POCKET WATCH, the white dial with black Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, inscribed “W.H. Johnson & Co, London & Calcutta”, the outer cover also with Roman numerals

1003 CUENDET & CO., ST. CROIX: A GENTLEMAN’S YELLOW GOLD HUNTING CASED POCKET WATCH, the dial with Roman numerals, inscribed “Cuendet St. Croix”, in an engine-turned case, another yellow metal half-hunting cased pocket watch and a yellow metal fob chain (3)

£150-300

1007 A GENTLEMANS 9CT YELLOW GOLD HALF HUNTING CASED POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, the front cover also with Roman numerals

1002 A LADIES 14K YELLOW GOLD FOB WATCH, the gilt dial with Roman numerals, floral centre and engraved foliate case, and a ladies 9ct yellow gold wristwatch (2)

£250-500

£200-400

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£300-500


Lots 1008 and 1009

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1014 A GENTLEMAN’S SILVER OPENFACED POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, in a silver and leatherette travelling case with easel back

1010 OMEGA: A GENTLEMANS 9CT YELLOW GOLD OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, inscribed “Omega”, in a fitted leatherette watch case See Illustration

£150-300

1015 P. SELBY WAREHAM: A GENTLEMANS SILVER PAIR CASED POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, the fusee movement cover inscribed “P. Selby Wareham no. 604” and four other open faced pocket watches, including two railway pocket watches (5)

1011 SQUIRE & SON: A GENTLEMAN���S 18CT YELLOW GOLD HALF HUNTING CASED POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, inscribed “Squire & Son, Bideford”, the outer cover with blue Roman numerals. The case back with engraved monogram

£50-100

1017 A Gentleman’s 18K yellow gold quarter repeating pocket watch, the white enamel dial with Arabic numerals, outer second’s numerals, sweep seconds hand and two subsidiary dials, one for date the other for seconds. The jewelled lever movement cover inscribed “Exposition Universelle 1900” In an engraved foliage case. See illustration

£400-800

1013 A SILVER CASED COMPENSATING POCKET BAROMETER in a leatherette carrying case

£100-200

1016 GEORGE GRAVE, LONDON: A GILT POCKET WATCH MOVEMENT, the dial with Roman numerals and front winder, fitted into a later brass case with carrying handle, 5” high

£200-400

1012 WALTHAM: A GENTLEMANS 18CT YELLOW GOLD HALF HUNTING CASED POCKET WATCH, the white enamelled dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, inscribed “Waltham”, the outer case also with Roman numerals attached to a plaited leather strap See Illustration

£80-160

£50-100

£2,000 -4,000

Lot 1010

Lot 1012

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Lot 1017

119


WRIST WATCHES 1025 VACHERON & CONSTANTIN: A LADIES 18K YELLOW GOLD WRISTWATCH, the square dark blue dial with diamond bezel, attached to an 18k yellow gold mesh bracelet with folding clasp. See illustration

1020 FRANCK MULLER: A LADIES 18CT WHITE GOLD WRISTWATCH, the rectangular pink guilloche enamelled dial with black Arabic numerals, inscribed “Franck Muller, Geneve, Curvex”, the diamond bezel with red cabochon winder, attached to a pink leather strap, with a white gold and diamond buckle

£1,000-2,000

1026 ROLEX: A LADIES 14CT YELLOW GOLD WRISTWATCH, the oval gilt dial with raised gilt batten numerals and Rolex crown at 12 o’clock, inscribed “Rolex”, with a rope effect gold bezel attached to a 14ct yellow gold bracelet with folding clasp, in a fitted Rolex case. See illustration

1021 ROLEX: A LADIES 18CT YELLOW GOLD WRISTWATCH, the round dial with raised batten numerals and Rolex crown at 12 o’clock, attached to an articulated 18ct gold bracelet, with folding clasp stamped “Rolex” and safety chain

£700-1,400

1022 OMEGA: A LADIES 18K GOLD WRISTWATCH, the round gilt dial with raised gilt dot and diamond numerals, inscribed “Omega” attached to an 18k yellow gold articulated bracelet with folding clasp

£600-1,200

£400-800

1028 A VICTORIAN LADIES 9CT YELLOW GOLD WRISTWATCH, the round engine-turned dial with Arabic numerals, on a gilt chapter ring, attached to a yellow gold expanding bracelet

£100-200

1029 SIMIT: A LADIES 9CT YELLOW GOLD WRISTWATCH, the round dial with raised batten and Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, attached to a 9ct yellow gold bracelet with folding clasp

£600-1,200

1024 BUECHE GIROD: A LADIES 18K YELLOW GOLD WRISTWATCH, the oval gilt dial with black Roman numerals, attached to an 18k yellow gold mesh bracelet, with folding clasp and safety chain. See illustration

£500-1,000

1027 BUCHERER: A LADIES 18K YELLOW GOLD WRISTWATCH, the square dial with batten numerals, attached to a yellow gold mesh bracelet with folding clasp

1023 OMEGA: A LADIES AUTOMATIC CHRONOMETER YELLOW GOLD WRISTWATCH, the round gilt dial with raised gilt batten numerals, sweep seconds hand and date aperture, inscribed “Omega automatic Chronometer Constellation”, with outer yellow gold bezel, attached to a black leather strap with an Omega clasp

£1,000-2,000

£150-250

1030 A LADIES 9CT YELLOW GOLD WRISTWATCH, the rectangular dial with raised gilt batten numerals, attached to a 9ct yellow gold mesh bracelet with folding clasp

£1,000-2,000

120

£100-200


Lots 1024, 1025 and 1026

121


1035 A LADIES DIAMOND COCKTAIL WATCH, the oval dial with Arabic numerals, surrounded by a pave-set diamond bezel in a platinum case, attached to a black ribbon strap with platinum clasp

1031 BUCHERER: A LADIES 18K YELLOW GOLD FOB WATCH, the gilt foliate engraved dial with Roman numerals, inscribed “Bucherer”, attached to an 18k yellow gold open-work brooch in the form of a bow, in a Bucherer presentation case with an insurance valuation dated 1991

£150-250

1036 GIRARD-PERREGAUX: A LADIES 18K WHITE GOLD AND DIAMOND WRISTWATCH, the square dial surrounded by a diamond bezel, attached to a white gold bracelet with folding clasp. See illustration

1032 OMEGA: A LADIES 9CT YELLOW GOLD WRISTWATCH, the rectangular dial with raised gilt batten numerals, inscribed “Omega”, attached to a 9ct yellow gold mesh bracelet with folding clasp, in an Omega presentation case

£250-450

£80-160

£600-800

1038 GUCCI: A GENTLEMANS YELLOW METAL AND BLACK ENAMEL WRISTWATCH, the round dial with gilt Roman numerals, inscribed “Gucci” attached to a black leather strap with Gucci buckle, in a Gucci presentation case and outer box

1034 BUECHE-GIROD: A LADIES 18CT YELLOW GOLD WRISTWATCH, the oval tigers-eye dial inscribed “Bueche-Girod” with a textured bark yellow gold bezel attached to graduating circular gold links with a ring clip fastener See Illustration

£500-700

1037 AN ART DECO PLATINUM AND DIAMOND LADIES COCKTAIL WATCH, the rectangular dial with Arabic numerals surrounded by a pave-set diamond bezel, with diamond shoulders, attached to an unmarked white metal mesh bracelet. See illustration

1033 GIRARD PERREGAUX: A LADIES YELLOW GOLD COCKTAIL WATCH, the rectangular dial with batten numerals, the yellow gold shoulders with two rub-over set rubies and one diamond, attached to a plaited “cord” strap with yellow gold clasp

£100-200

£1,500-3,000

£150-300

Lot 1034

122


Lots 1036 and 1037

123


1039 OMEGA: A GENTLEMANS 9CT YELLOW GOLD WRISTWATCH, the cream dial with raised gilt batten numerals and sweep seconds hand, inscribed “Omega Geneve” attached to a 9ct yellow gold mesh bracelet with folding clasp. See illustration

1042 VERITY: A LADIES 9CT YELLOW GOLD WRISTWATCH, the square dial with Arabic numerals, inscribed “Verity”, attached to a 9ct yellow gold mesh bracelet with folding clasp

£800-1,500

1043 A LADIES 18CT YELLOW GOLD WRISTWATCH, the rectangular dial with raised batten numerals, the outer yellow gold cover with a border of brilliant-cut diamonds attached to an 18ct yellow gold articulated bracelet with folding clasp. The reverse of the watch case numbered 131486/113484

1040 JW BENSEN: A GENTLEMANS 9CT GOLD WRISTWATCH, the round dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial inscribed “JW Bensen, London W1”, attached to a tan leather strap. See illustration

£60-120

1041 PIERPONT: A GENTLEMANS TRIPLE DATE WRISTWATCH, the round dial with Arabic numerals, outer date numerals, inner day marking, subsidiary seconds dial and month aperture, the side with two winding crowns

£200-400

£800-1,600

1044 ROLEX: A GENTLEMANS YELLOW GOLD WRISTWATCH, the dial with raised batten and Arabic numerals with Rolex crown at 12 o’clock, sweep seconds hand, inscribed “Rolex Oyster Perpetual Chronometer” attached to a black leather strap

£40-60

£400-600

1045-1047 Spare lots

Lot 1044

124


Lots 1039 and 1040

125


CARRIAGE CLOCKS 1048 A FRENCH BRASS CASED CARRIAGE CLOCK, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, in a plain case with swing handle, 6” high

1050 A BRASS CASED CARRIAGE CLOCK, the silver dial with Roman numerals, in a gilt metal case with carrying handle, on four short feet, the back plate inscribed “Hill, London”, 5½” high

£50-100

£250-450

1049 A FRENCH BRASS CASED REPEATING CARRIAGE CLOCK, the enamel chapter ring with Arabic numerals surrounded by a gilt embossed foliate mask, striking on a coiled gong, with swing handle, 8” high, in a fitted leatherette carrying case. See illustration

1051 A FRENCH BRASS CASE CARRIAGE CLOCK, the white enamel dial with Arabic numerals surrounded by a gilt mask, the case with carrying handle, 6” high

£60-80

1052-1059 Spare lots

£400-600

126


Lot 1049

127


128


je wellery

129


1060 AN UNMARKED YELLOW GOLD FOB CHAIN, 62” long, (c.31grams)

1068 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD FOB CHAIN with alternating triple links with plain bar links, 56” long, (c.28grams), and an unmarked yellow metal “Morden” propelling pencil with engine-turned decoration, inscribed “S. Morden & Co.” (2)

£300-600

1061 AN UNMARKED YELLOW GOLD NECKLACE, the articulated chain terminating in a snakes-head decorated with diamonds, emeralds and rubies, with a similar drop pendant to its’ mouth, the reverse with enclosed hair, 16½” long, (c.28grams) See illustration

1069 A 9CT ROSE GOLD CHAIN, 60” long, (c. 32grams) and an Indian unmarked yellow metal coin in a yellow metal mount (2)

£300-600

£250-500

£300-500

£100-200

£500-800

1075 A 15CT YELLOW GOLD MILITARY BAR BROOCH with enamel decoration and safety chain, and another similar 9ct gold military brooch (2)

£150-300

1067 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD GATELINK BRACELET with padlock clasp and safety chain, (c.25grams)

£100-200

1074 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD FOB CHAIN with attached 9ct gold swivel seal, 15” long (c.44grams)

1066 A PAIR OF REPOUSSÉ DECORATED SCROLL PANEL DROP EARRINGS in gold and one other similar pair (2 pairs)

£150-250

1073 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD PLAIN AND TEXTURED CIRCULAR CHAIN LINK BRACELET with padlock clasp

£500-1,000

1065 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD SCARF CLIP with reeded decoration to the edge and a collection of brooches and chains

£60-120

1072 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD LOCKET of rectangular form, with engraved bark decoration to the front, attached to a 9ct yellow gold chain, with safety chain, 22” long

1064 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD IDENTITY BRACELET, the identity plaque engraved “Group O RH.NEG Recipient” attached to a chunky chain link bracelet with enclosed clasp, (c.66grams)

£500-1,000

1071 A PAIR OF GENTLEMANS 9CT YELLOW GOLD CUFFLINKS of oval form, each monogrammed “CJS”, with chain links

1063 A PAIR OF GENTLEMANS 14K YELLOW GOLD CUFFLINKS of oval form, a pair of 18ct yellow gold dress studs and a collection of similar dress studs (a lot)

£200-400

1070 A GENTLEMANS 18CT YELLOW GOLD WEDDING BAND, (c.22grams) and a collection of gold items

1062 A 15CT YELLOW GOLD NECKLACE, the articulated chain with concealed clasp, 15” long, (c.22grams)

£400-800

£150-300

130

£100-200


Lots 1061, 1165, 1271, 1285 and 1289

131


1076 A GENTLEMANS 15CT YELLOW GOLD FOX HEAD TIE PIN and another brooch of a running fox, in unmarked yellow metal, both with red stone eyes (2)

1085 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD SHORT FOB CHAIN, 12” long, a 9ct yellow gold watch bracelet and a child’s 14ct yellow gold bracelet with turquoise stones (3)

£150-300

1077 A 14K YELLOW GOLD CHARM in the form of a fish with articulated scales and red stone, possibly ruby, eyes, and two other yellow gold charms, all attached to a single loop

1086 A 22CT YELLOW GOLD WEDDING BAND and a small collection of scrap gold, (c.24grams)

£80-160

£100-200

£300-500

£600-800

£300-500

£250-450

£80-160

1084 AN 18CT YELLOW GOLD FOB CHAIN with alternating oval and circular links, 14” long, (c.44grams)

£600-1,200

1091 A 15CT YELLOW GOLD BELCHER CHAIN LINK NECKLACE, 15½” long, and a short matching chain, 5” long, (c.26grams)

1083 A GENTLEMANS 9CT YELLOW GOLD SIGNET RING, (c.8grams)

£200-400

1090A A PAIR OF FINE ASIAN YELLOW GOLD BANGLES, each with rope twist and engraved star decoration (c.25.2grams), in a blue velvet presentation case (2).

1082 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD FOB CHAIN, the circular links interspersed with six tubular and ball links, 61” long, (c.31grams)

£400-600

1090 A 15CT YELLOW GOLD BANGLE of twisted form, with safety chain, and another unmarked yellow gold bangle (2)

1081 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD NECKLACE with alternating tubular and twisted chain links, 30” long, (c.35grams)

£400-800

1089 A 15CT YELLOW GOLD CHAIN LINK BRACELET, a 15ct yellow gold mesh bracelet and two unmarked yellow gold chains (4)

1080 A 9CT TRI-GOLD WIDE BRACELET, the brick links of bark design, with fold-over clasp terminating in an arrow, (c. 86 grams)

£300-400

1088 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD CHAIN LINK NECKLACE with circular flat links, 20” long, (c.50grams)

1079 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD NECKLACE with triple conjoining circular links, 16” long, (c.31grams)

£150-250

1087 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD FOB CHAIN with circular links, 14½” long, (c.38grams)

1078 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD NECKLACE with twist chain links, 20” long, and another unmarked gold necklace, 18” long (c.15grams total)

£150-300

£500-1,000 132

£200-400


1092 A VICTORIAN UNMARKED YELLOW METAL NECKLACE, the circular and alternating tubular links with engraved decoration, the clasp in the form of hands with turquoise stone decoration, in original fitted leatherette presentation case See illustration

1100 AN UNMARKED YELLOW GOLD CONJOINING CHAIN-LINKED NECKLACE, 30” long, (c.28grams)

1101 TAD: A YELLOW AND WHITE GOLD BROOCH in the form of a leaf with stamens threaded through the centre, the reverse stamped “Tad”

£200-400

1093 CARTIER: THREE 18CT CONJOINED GOLD BANGLES, one yellow, one white and one rose gold, marked “Cartier 750 42536862”, in a Cartier leatherette presentation case See illustration

£100-200

£150-250

£100-200

£120-180

£100-200

1107 A CANADIAN UNMARKED 22CT YELLOW GOLD BANGLE

1099 FOUR PAIRS OF 9CT YELLOW GOLD HOOP AND CREOLE EARRINGS, (c.31grams in total)

£100-200

1106 A 15CT YELLOW GOLD BAR BROOCH with a claw-set brilliant-cut diamond and a 15ct yellow gold brooch (2)

1098 AN 18CT YELLOW GOLD WEDDING BAND (c.7grams)

£80-160

1105 A PAIR OF 9CT YELLOW GOLD AND TOURMALINE EARRINGS and a pair of haematite 9ct gold earrings (2)

1097 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD AND CITRINE NECKLACE, the chain with two attached triple citrine drops

£200-400

1104 A PAIR OF 9CT YELLOW GOLD OPENWORK EARRINGS of dome form

1096 AN UNMARKED YELLOW GOLD AND TURQUOISE BRACELET, two five-rows of circular link chains, both terminating in scrollwork floral form concealed clasps, decorated with turquoise stones

£100-200

1103 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD AND TIGERS EYE NECKLACE, the articulated chain interspersed with seven rectangular tigers-eyes, 34” long, and a pair of matching earrings (2)

£100-200

1095 A DOUBLE TIGER TOOTH BUCKLE with unmarked yellow metal mounts, four miniature buckles and a yellow metal purse with chain handle

£150-300

1102 A 9CT ROSE GOLD GATELINK BRACELET with padlock clasp and an unmarked yellow metal bangle (2)

£800-1,200

1094 A 22CT GOLD WEDDING BAND, a 9ct gold wedding band, an 18ct sapphire and diamond dress ring, a collection of chains and a military badge

£250-500

£250-450 133

£600-1,200


1108 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD CHARM BRACELET with seven charms, some marked gold, others unmarked

1117 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD BRACELET with enclosed tri-coloured gold bricks to the centre, (c.14 grams)

£200-400

1109 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD FOB CHAIN with alternating tube and circular links, with an attached compass, 14” long, (c.14grams)

1118 AN 18CT YELLOW GOLD OPENWORK BROOCH with a claw-set emerald-cut tourmaline

£150-250

1110 A 22CT YELLOW GOLD WEDDING BAND, a 9ct gold cased ladies watch and a diamond cluster dress ring (3)

£200-300

£250-450

£200-400

£80-160 1122 A 22CT YELLOW GOLD WEDDING BAND, an 18ct yellow gold sapphire and diamond dress ring, two other rings , a seal and a mourning brooch (6)

£200-400

1114 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD GATELINK BRACELET (c.6grams)

£100-200

1116 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD BRACELET with horseshoe links and a loose gold horseshoe charm (c.16grams)

£200-400

1123 A SRI LANKAN SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND COCKTAIL RING, the large rectangular cushion-cut sapphire weighing 15.8cts, in a double four claw setting and flanked on either side by six baguette-cut diamonds forming Art Deco stylised shoulders, the unmarked white metal shank with open shoulders, each rub-over set with three round brilliant-cut diamonds. See illustration

£80-120

1115 A 9CT ROSE GOLD CHARM BRACELET with attached gold and unmarked yellow metal charms

£450-550

1121 A 15CT YELLOW GOLD NECKLACE with attached heart-shaped agate pendant and a goldcased compass (2)

1113 A 9CT GOLD CAMEO BROOCH with safety chain and a collection of gold jewellery

£60-120

1120 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD BRACELET, the tubular and brick links terminating in an enclosed clasp, (c.47grams)

1112 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD FOB CHAIN with attached locket, 54” long, (c.34grams), and a ladies 9ct gold wristwatch (2)

£300-600

1119 A PAIR OF 9CT YELLOW GOLD CIRCULAR SPRAY EARRINGS with a cluster of gold to the centre, in a Mappin & Webb presentation case

1111 AN 18K YELLOW GOLD ARTICULATED BRACELET with concealed clasp

£100-200

£150-300

134

This ring is accompanied by a Gem and Pearl Laboratory Certificate stating the sapphire to be Sri Lankan in origin, natural and with no evidence of heat treatment.


Lot 1123

135


1124 AN 18CT WHITE GOLD JADE AND DIAMOND NECKLACE, the fifteen jade flowers with central rub-over set brilliant-cut diamond interspersed with white gold, flowers and leaves, set with tiny diamonds with an enclosed clasp and in a fitted presentation case See illustration

1131 A PAIR OF PEARL AND DIAMOND DROP EARRINGS, the white pear-shaped pear suspending from two graduating rub-over set diamonds in a fitted leatherette case £50-100

£400-800

1132 A PAIR OF DIAMOND AND PEARL DROP EARRINGS, the open-work white metal scattered with six brilliantcut diamonds with a suspension of three graduating diamonds and a white tone pear-shaped pearl See illustration

1125 A DIAMOND BROOCH of open-work foliate form, the central brilliant-cut diamond surrounded by a border of seven smaller brilliant-cut diamonds and four suspended diamonds claw-set on white metal

1133 A STRAND OF PEARLS with diamond clasp, the fifty nine white/cream tone pearls terminating in a diamond clasp, the central brilliant-cut diamond circa 0.40cts, with two further diamonds to each side set in unmarked white metal. See illustration

1126 A MOONSTONE AND DIAMOND BAR BROOCH, the heart-shaped moonstone surrounded by a border of rose-cut diamonds attached to an unmarked white and yellow metal bar brooch See illustration

1134 A WHITE GOLD BAR BROOCH set to the centre with a white/grey tone single pearl, the white gold stamped “WGN”

1135 A PAIR OF DIAMOND CLUSTER EARRINGS, each central brilliant-cut diamond surrounded by a border of eight rub-over set diamonds, circa 2.60cts in total.

£100-200

£50-100

1130 A PAIR OF 9CT YELLOW GOLD AND PEARL EARRINGS, the textured strip of yellow gold with a single white tone pearl to the side, in a leatherette presentation case

£1,800-2,000

1136 A DIAMOND CLUSTER DRESS RING of marquise form, the central old-cut diamond flanked by a surround of graduated old-cut diamonds, claw-set in white metal on an unmarked yellow gold shank

1129 A GARNET AND DIAMOND BROOCH, the central cabochon garnet surrounded by a border of rose-cut diamonds

£80-160

£400-800

1128 A DIAMOND-SET BROOCH of open-work form, the central brilliant-cut diamond surrounded by pave-set diamonds, in unmarked rosegold

£800-1,600

£200-400

1127 A DIAMOND STAR-BURST BROOCH, the central claw-set diamond with rays of pave-set diamonds and ten outer claw-set diamonds

£600-1200

£400-800

£1,000-2,000

1137 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING, the central brilliant-cut diamond circa 0.4cts, claw-set in an 18ct white gold shank

£80-160

136

A draft valuation for retail replacement suggests the stone to have an H/I colour and clarity VVS1/VVS2

£150-300


Lots 1092, 1268, 1285 and 1289

137


1138 A PEARL AND DIAMOND DRESS RING, the large round white pearl raised above millegrain-set diamond flames, on an unmarked white metal shank

1144 HANS HANSEN: A SILVER MODERNIST STYLE DRESS RING cup-set to the centre with a spherical tigers eye, signed to the silver shank

£650-850

1139 BOUCHERON: A DIAMOND, RUBY AND TURQUOISE DRESS RING, the yellow gold rope knot setting with four rows of alternating turquoise, ruby and diamonds, the reverse stamped “Boucheron”, on an 18ct yellow gold rope twist shank with open-work shoulders

Hans Hansen (1884-1940) first started producing silverwork in the 1920’s and quickly gained a reputation for innovative modernist design.

£80-160

1145 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD TEXTURED WEDDING BAND, a textured 22ct yellow gold and platinum band and a 9ct yellow gold band, (c.11grams) (3)

£650-850

1140 ANDREW GRIMA: A LARGE SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND COCKTAIL RING, the textured oval yellow gold frame claw-set with six graduated oval and round cabochon sapphires and eighteen round brilliant-cut diamonds forming a plaque design, the inside of the shank with Grima plaque. See illustration

1146 A GENTLEMAN’S 9CT YELLOW GOLD INITIALLED SIGNET RING (c.25grams)

1141 A 1960’S MODERNIST STYLE COCKTAIL RING, the rockwork textured shank and ground claw-set with six round-cut rubies and ten graduated round brilliantcut diamonds

Ole Lynggaard, Copenhagen, was established in 1963, gaining a reputation as a luxury brand throughout Scandinavia. The Company currently has the Royal Warrant.

£1,700-2,000

1149 A THREE STONE OPAL DRESS RING, the three circular opal cabochons claw-set and interspersed with seed pearls, on an unmarked yellow gold shank, and three wedding bands in 18ct and 22ct gold (4)

£500-1,000

1143 A 1960’S DRESS RING claw-set to the centre with a round brilliant-cut diamond, circa 0.3cts, on a wide pointed top textured 18ct yellow gold band

£150-250

1148 AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND CLUSTER DRESS RING, the oval-cut emerald in a four claw setting and surrounded by a cluster border of round brilliant-cut diamonds totalling circa 1.05cts, on an 18ct yellow gold shank with open bifurcated shoulders

£800-1,600

1142 OLE LYNGGAARD: A MODERNIST 14CT YELLOW GOLD DRESS RING of pointed sectional form united with a collet-set roundcut diamond, signed, in a box by Mappin & Webb Ltd.

£250-500

1147 A 22CT AND AN 18CT YELLOW GOLD WEDDING BAND and two other unmarked yellow metal bands, one set with two illusion-set diamonds and one with a yellow metal coin (4)

£8,500-9,500

£250-500

£250-500

138

£200-400


Lot 1140

139


1158 AN ART DECO STYLE AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND DRESS RING, the central rectangular scissor-style cut stone in a four corner claw setting to an 18ct white gold shank with princess and baguette-cut diamond shoulders

1150 AN ART DECO STYLE RUBY & DIAMOND DRESS RING of circular plaque form, collet-set to the centre with a round-cut diamond and surrounded by a diamondset pave border, with four baguette-cut rubies, on an unmarked yellow gold shank with a diamond set to either shoulder

£450-850

1159 A DIAMOND ENTWINED HEART RING collet-set to the centre of each open-work heart with a round-cut diamond, each circa 0.2cts, and millegrain-set with diamonds to each heart overall, on an 18ct white gold shank

1151 AN 18CT YELLOW GOLD BAND rub-over set with graduated rose-cut diamonds forming a leaf spray design, and three other stone-set rings (4)

£300-600

1152 AN AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND DRESS RING, the central emerald-cut aquamarine in a rub-over claw setting to an 18ct white gold shank with diamond-set open Art Deco style shoulders

£400-600

£450-850

£200-400

1161 A 19TH CENTURY GENTLEMAN’S MOURNING RING, the oval cartouche decorated with hair, seed pearls and gilt initials, on an unmarked rose metal shank, inscribed and dated “Mr Samuel Woolley ... 1804”

1154 AN ART DECO STYLE SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND DRESS RING of square plaque form millegrain-set with graduated old-cut diamonds and princess-cut sapphires, to an 18ct yellow gold shank

£600-1,200

£300-600

£150-250 1162 A 19TH CENTURY DRESS RING collet-set with two oval pink stones, possibly ruby, and two round-cut pink stones interspersed with white sapphires, the 9ct yellow gold shank with engraved open-work leaf shoulders, in a fitted case

1156 A PLATINUM WEDDING BAND with all over textured decoration, (c.7grams)

£200-400

1161A AN INDIAN STYLE CLUSTER DRESS RING, the double heart-shaped clear stone set with pearshaped clear stones to either side, the reverse side and shank with coloured enamel decoration, in a fitted case

1155 AN 18CT YELLOW GOLD DIAMOND CLUSTER DRESS RING, a 9ct yellow gold engraved mourning ring with vacant hairwork panels and a 9ct gold seal ring (3)

£800-1600

1160 A 19TH CENTURY STYLE RUBY AND DIAMOND DRESS RING rub-over set to the centre with an oval-cut ruby and surrounded by a cluster border of rose-cut diamonds, in a closed back setting to an unmarked yellow metal shank with open reeded shoulders

1153 A PLATINUM WEDDING BAND with diamond-shaped faceted decoration overall and engraved edges, (c.7.8grams)

£400-800

£200-400

1157 A RUBY AND DIAMOND DRESS RING of square plaque form millegrain-set to the centre with a princess-cut ruby and surrounded by a cluster border of round-cut diamonds, on an 18ct yellow gold shank with pear-shaped rubies to either shoulder £250-500

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£80-160


1163 A 19TH CENTURY STYLE DIAMOND AND ENAMEL MOURNING RING rub-over set to the centre with a round old-cut diamond, 0.3cts, with further rose-cut diamond decoration forming a sunburst design against a black enamel ground and set in unmarked yellow metal

1170 A DIAMOND-SET DRESS RING claw-set to the centre with an oval-cut orange/pink stone and surrounded by a millegrain-set border of round brilliant-cut diamonds forming a cluster design, in platinum on an 18ct yellow gold shank

£600-1,200

1171 AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND RING collet-set to the centre with an emerald-cut emerald and flanked on either side by a round-cut diamond, each circa 0.25cts, on an unmarked white metal shank with open shoulders

1164 A VICTORIAN PEARL DRESS RING, the seven white toned pearls flanked to each side with six tiny greenstones, on an unmarked yellow gold shank with open-work engraved shoulders

£50-100

1165 A 19TH CENTURY “FLASK” RING, the unmarked rose metal reeded shank set with a carved hardstone flask on a rotating bezel engraved with a floral spray intaglio, the screw lid pierced for a shaker, in a contemporary box See illustration

£800-1,600

£1,200-1,600

£250-500

£1,400-1,600

1175 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the central oval-cut sapphires surrounded by a border of white metal rays interspersed with ten brilliant-cut diamonds, on an 18ct yellow gold shank with chunky open-work shoulders

£250-500

1169 A DIAMOND CLUSTER DRESS RING claw-set to the centre with a round brilliant-cut diamond and surrounded by a rub-over set border of graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds forming a plaque design, totalling circa 1.85cts, on an 18ct white gold shank

£800-1,000

1174 AN AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND COCKTAIL RING, the emerald-cut aquamarine claw-set and surrounded by a border of pave-set diamonds, on an 18ct white gold shank, the shoulders split into three and set with strands of pave-set diamonds

1168 A DIAMOND DRESS RING, the 18ct yellow gold shank with a baguette-cut diamond with central twist

£150-300

1173 AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the central oval cushion-cut emerald claw-set and surrounded by a border of thirteen old-cut diamonds on an unmarked yellow metal shank

1167 A HEART-SHAPED DIAMOND RING, the open “witches heart” rub-over set with rose-cut diamonds, to an unmarked yellow gold shank with leaf-carved shoulders

£80-160

1172 AN ART DECO EMERALD AND DIAMOND DRESS RING collet-set to the centre with an emerald-cut emerald and set in a kite-shaped plaque millegrain-set overall with diamonds, to an 18ct yellow gold shank

1166 A THREE STONE DIAMOND DRESS RING in the Art Deco style set with three graduated princesscut diamonds totalling circa 1.1cts, in a rub-over unmarked white metal setting, the shank with baguettecut diamonds to either shoulder

£300-600

£1,500-2,000 141

£500-1,000


1176 A RUBY AND DIAMOND CLUSTER DRESS RING, the central claw-set old-cut diamond surrounded by a border of six pave-set rubies and a further outer border of old-cut diamonds, on an 18ct yellow gold shank with open fleur de lis shoulders

1182 AN ART DECO SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND DRESS RING of rectangular plaque form, rub-over set to the centre with two princess-cut sapphires and surrounded by a diamond border, on an unmarked yellow metal shank

£500-1,000

1183 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND HALF ETERNITY RING, the central row of ten millegrain-set diamonds flanked by a row of round-cut millegrain-set sapphires on either side, on an 18ct yellow gold shank

1177 A FIVE STONE DRESS RING, the row of five graduated cushion-cut pink/red stones, possibly ruby, in a scroll claw-setting on an unmarked yellow gold shank

£100-200

1178 A RUBY AND DIAMOND DRESS RING, the central cushion-cut ruby flanked on either side by a round old-cut diamond, each circa 0.25cts, on an unmarked yellow gold shank

£200-400

£400-600

1186 AN ART DECO DRESS RING collet-set to the centre with a round-cut sapphire and surrounded by a plaque border of open-work Greek key and millegrain-set diamonds, on an 18ct yellow gold shank

£6,000-8,000

£100-200

1187 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the oval-cut black sapphire claw-set and surrounded by a cluster border of round brilliant-cut diamonds totalling circa 1.5cts, in 18ct white gold, on an 18ct yellow gold shank with fleur de lis shoulders

£400-800

1181 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND HALF ETERNITY RING rub-over set with four round-cut sapphires and four round-cut diamonds forming a rub-over design, on a 9ct yellow gold shank

£100-200

1185 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND DRESS RING, the central emerald-cut sapphire flanked either side by a round old-cut diamond, on a white metal shank with rubbed marks, with open-work shoulders, marks rubbed

1180 AN EDWARDIAN SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER DRESS RING, the central oval-cut sapphire surrounded by an alternating border of round-cut sapphires and old-cut diamonds, on an unmarked yellow gold shank with open shoulders See illustration

£800-1600

1184 A SAPPHIRE DRESS RING, the five graduated oval-cut sapphires in a rub-over scroll claw setting to an 18ct yellow gold shank

1179 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND DRESS RING, the central cushion-cut sapphire of good colour claw-set and flanked on either side by a pear-drop shaped old-cut diamond, each circa 0.5cts, with diamond chip pointers, set in platinum on an 18ct yellow gold shank See illustration

£250-500

£400-800

1188 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER DRESS RING claw-set to the centre with a round-cut sapphire of blue/ green tone and surrounded by a rub-over border of round-cut diamonds, set in 18ct white gold on an 18ct yellow gold shank with open shoulders

£100-200

142

£150-250


Lots 1093, 1254, 1259, 1267, 1284, 1311, 1325 and 1333

143


1189 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND GYPSY STYLE DRESS RING, the central oval-cut sapphire, probably synthetic, flanked on either side by a round-cut sapphire, probably synthetic, with diamonds in between, on an 18ct yellow gold shank

1196 MIKIMOTO: A CULTURED PEARL TWIST DRESS RING set with a white pearl, with blue iridescence, and a grey pearl on 14ct yellow gold shank with twisted shoulders, in the original box

£100-200

1197 AN EDWARDIAN DIAMOND AND PEARL DRESS RING of crossover design claw-set with a round old-cut diamond circa 1cts, beside a round white pearl, with a pink/grey iridescence, to an unmarked yellow gold shank with twisted diamond-set shoulders See illustration

1190 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER DRESS RING, the central oval-cut sapphire surrounded by a cluster border of brilliant and baguette-cut diamonds, on an unmarked yellow gold shank with open-work shoulders

£300-600

1191 A SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND AND OPAL DRESS RING of wishbone twist form millegrain-set overall with graduated round-cut sapphires and diamonds, interspersed with a claw-set row of three white opal cabochons to the centre, on an 18ct yellow gold shank

£100-200

£300-600

£60-120

1194 A FIVE STONE OPAL DRESS RING, the five graduated claw-set opals on an unmarked yellow gold shank

£1,200-1,800

1201 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING, the round brilliant-cut diamond circa 1.25cts claw-set in platinum to an 18ct yellow gold shank with open shoulders See illustration

£100-200

1195 AN OPAL AND DIAMOND DRESS RING rub-over set with three graduated cabochon opals interspersed with four diamonds, on an 18ct yellow gold shank

£250-500

1200 A DIAMOND DRESS RING, the central princess-cut diamond circa 0.63cts flanked by two trapeze-shaped diamonds on either shoulder, on an 18ct white gold shank

£5,000-8,000

1199 A TWO STONE DIAMOND DRESS RING claw-set in platinum with two round old-cut diamonds totalling circa 0.8cts, on an 18ct yellow gold shank with platinum tipped shoulders

1193 A CATS EYE CHRISOBERYL DRESS RING, the central oval chrysoberyl cabochon in a heavy claw setting surrounded by a wide carved bezel on an unmarked yellow gold shank, with bead capped shoulders

£1,500-3,000

1198 A 1930’S STYLE DIAMOND COCKTAIL RING of cabochon form, set to the centre with a band of three graduated old-cut diamonds and further pave-set overall with graduated old-cut diamonds totalling over 3.5cts, on an unmarked white metal shank with trellis edging, probably French. See illustration

1192 A TOURMALINE, PEARL AND DIAMOND DRESS RING, the emerald-cut green tourmaline surrounded by a border of alternating seed pearls and rose-cut diamonds, on an 18ct yellow gold shank

£80-160

£300-600 144

£1,000-2,000


1210 A TWO STONE DIAMOND DRESS RING, the two round old-cut diamonds totalling circa 1cts, on a crossover setting to an 18ct yellow gold shank

1202 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD GENTLEMAN’S RING illusion-set to the centre with a row of three round-cut diamonds totalling circa 0.3cts

£400-600

1203 A DIAMOND TWO STONE CROSSOVER RING illusion-set with an old-cut diamond and a later replacement round-cut diamond, totalling circa 0.6cts, in a platinum claw setting to an 18ct yellow gold shank with platinum tipped twist shoulders

1211 A GENTLEMAN’S DIAMOND DRESS RING, the 18ct chunky yellow gold shank rub-over set with a cluster of four princess-cut diamonds totalling circa 0.4cts

£300-600

Accompanied by a Gemmological Report from the London Diamond Buyers Club stating the diamond to be colour G, clarity SI2 (central stone)

£400-800

1213 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING, the brilliant-cut diamond circa 0.5cts claw-set above a platinum band of pave-set diamonds, on a platinum shank with open-work shoulders

£600-1,200

1206 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING, the central round-cut diamond circa 0.25cts, on a 14ct yellow gold shank with scrollwork engraved shoulders

£800-1,600

1205 A DIAMOND CROSSOVER DRESS RING claw-set to the centre with two round-cut diamonds, each circa 0.4cts, on a platinum shank with graduated round-cut diamonds set to each twisted shoulder. See illustration

£100-200

£2,500-3,000

£250-450

£60-120

£60-120

1216 A THREE STONE DIAMOND DRESS RING, the central oval-cut diamond circa 1cts and flanked by an emerald-cut diamond, each circa 0.33cts on either side, on an 18ct white gold shank

1209 AN UNMARKED WHITE METAL ETERNITY BAND set with small diamonds within engraved rectangular panels

£100-200

1215 A THREE STONE DIAMOND DRESS RING, the three graduated round-cut diamonds claw-set in platinum to an 18ct white gold shank

1208 A DIAMOND-SET DRESS RING of square plaque form, millegrain-set overall with graduated old-cut diamonds, to an 18ct yellow gold shank with squared diamond-set shoulders

£500-1,000

1214 A DIAMOND HALF ETERNITY RING, the ten pave-set diamonds in an engraved white gold bezel to an 18ct white gold shank

1207 A DIAMOND DRESS RING, the central baguette-cut diamond circa 0.75cts, on an 18ct white gold shank, the shoulder set with an emerald-cut diamond

£400-800

1212 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING claw-set to the centre with a round-cut diamond, circa 0.53cts, on an 18ct white gold shank set with baguettecut diamonds to either shoulder.

1204 A THREE STONE DIAMOND DRESS RING, the three round-cut diamonds each circa 0.75cts, on a raised heart-shaped platinum claw setting, to an 18ct yellow gold shank, with open shoulders

£300-600

145

£2,800-3,000


1217 A FIVE STONE DIAMOND DRESS RING, the five rub-over graduated diamonds on an 18ct yellow gold shank

1224 A DIAMOND “DAISY” CLUSTER RING, the graduated round old-cut stones in a rub-over setting, to an 18ct yellow gold shank

£100-200

1218 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE DRESS RING, the princess-cut diamond circa 0.3cts, on a platinum shank with open-work shoulders

1225 A SINGLE DIAMOND, circa 0.51cts, colour grade “F”, clarity grade VVS2, cut grade very good with an International Gemmological Institute Report

£400-800

1219 A DIAMOND CLUSTER DRESS RING, the central brilliant-cut diamond surrounded by a border of eight pave-set diamonds enclosed by an octagonal white metal bezel and an outer border of tiny diamonds, attached to an 18ct yellow gold shank

£300-600

£1,500-3,000

1229 A DIAMOND-SET BROOCH of scrolling open leaf form, millegrain-set overall with graduated round old-cut diamonds, including a diamond quatrefoil to the centre, circa 0.5cts, set in unmarked white metal, the reverse with brooch fitment

£150-300

£800-1,600

1230 A RUBY AND DIAMOND PENDANT BROOCH of half star-burst design, millegrain-set overall with graduated rose-cut diamonds and round-cut rubies radiating from a central ruby and diamond cluster and set in unmarked yellow and white metal, the reverse with brooch and pendant fitment, with screw mechanism to turn into an aigrette, numbered 2734 See illustration

1223 A FULL DIAMOND ETERNITY RING, each round-cut stone circa 0.05cts, in a rub-over unmarked white metal setting

£200-400

1228 A BELLE EPOQUE STYLE DIAMOND-SET LINE BRACELET collet-set with nine round old-cut diamonds, each circa 0.1cts, amongst rose-cut diamond-set open scrolls in yellow and white gold, the concealed clasp with double safety catch

£60-120

1222 A DIAMOND DRESS RING of marquise form, the central three pave-set diamonds set in a white metal bezel surrounded by a border of further pave-set diamonds on an unmarked yellow gold shank with open-work shoulders,

£200-400

1227 A SINGLE DIAMOND 0.5cts colour grade F, clarity grade VS1, cut grade very good with a Gemmological Institute of America report

£800-1,200

1221 A FIVE STONE DIAMOND RING, the five graduated round-cut diamonds in an illusion 18ct white gold setting to an 18ct yellow gold shank with scroll decoration

£200-400

1226 A SINGLE DIAMOND 0.5cts, colour grade S, clarity grade VS1, cut grade very good with a Gemmological Institute of America Report

1220 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING, the central round-cut diamond circa 0.15cts, in a platinum Art Deco style illusion setting to an 18ct white gold shank

£150-300

£400-600

146

£400-800


Lots 1124, 1126, 1230, 1272, 1296, 1310, 1330, 1367, 1379

147


1231 A PAIR OF DIAMOND DROP EARRINGS, each round old-cut diamond claw-set and circa 0.5cts suspended by a fine trace chain from a further round old-cut diamond circa 0.1cts, on unmarked yellow gold fish hook attachments

1237 AN 18CT YELLOW AND WHITE GOLD OPENWORK PENDANT BROOCH of circular form, set to the centre with a rose-cut diamond and surrounded by graduated rose-cut diamonds overall, the pendant loop set with a rose-cut single diamond, the reverse with brooch fitment

£1600-2200

1232 A DIAMOND-SET BAR BROOCH set to the centre with a cluster of brilliant-cut diamonds flanked on each side with nine rub-over set diamonds set in white metal and yellow gold, the reverse with a bar brooch safety clasp

1238 A DIAMOND BROOCH of floral form, the centre old-cut diamond circa 0.4cts surrounded by ten millegrain-set diamonds and an outer border of ten old-cut diamonds, in white and yellow unmarked metal, and a 15ct yellow gold tie-pin claw-set with a single diamond

£250-500

1233 A DIAMOND-SET BROOCH claw-set to the centre with a round-cut diamond circa 0.4cts and surrounded by an illusion-cut 18ct white gold loop design to form a leaf, the reverse with brooch fitment pendant hook and hallmarked

£400-600 1240 A SINGLE BRILLIANT-CUT DIAMOND circa 0.16cts

£1,000-2,000

£100-200

1242 AN ART DECO DIAMOND-SET BROOCH of slanted rectangular open form millegrain-set overall with graduated old-cut diamonds in unmarked white metal, the reverse with brooch fitment

£200-400

1236 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BROOCH, the three graduated sapphires flanked by two brilliantcut diamonds, each circa 0.2cts. in an openwork diamond setting in unmarked white metal

£50-100

1241 A DIAMOND BROOCH of tied ribbon form, the unmarked white metal set with pave-set diamonds

1235 A DIAMOND BROOCH set in unmarked white metal, the open rectangular form set with graduated bezel-set diamonds, the reverse with safety clip pin, in unmarked white metal

£200-400

1239 A DIAMOND-SET BAR BROOCH, the graduated bezel-set diamonds overall terminating in spear-shaped ends, in the original fitted leatherette case

1234 A PAIR OF DIAMOND CLIP EARRINGS, each formed as flowerheads claw-set to the centre with a round-cut diamond, and millegrain-set overall with graduated round-cut diamonds, in unmarked white metal, the reverse with clip fitments See illustration

£300-600

£100-200

1243 A DIAMOND-SET BROOCH/ PENDANT of circular flowerhead form claw-set to the centre with a round-cut diamond circa 0.5cts and served by a further border of round-cut diamonds, each petal set with four graduated round-cut diamonds, unmarked yellow and white metal, the verse with brooch fitment and hinged pendant hanger See illustration

£250-450

148

£800-1,600


1248 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE DIAMOND DROP PENDANT, the cushion old-cut diamond circa 2.5cts collet-set and suspended from a train of graduated collet-set old-cut diamonds, in unmarked white metal, probably platinum, to an unmarked white metal trace-link chain, probably platinum, with barrel clasp, 15” long See illustration

1244 AN ART DECO DIAMOND BROOCH of rectangular form, collet-set to the centre with a round-cut diamond, circa 0.5cts, and rub-over set overall with scrolls of graduated round-cut diamonds and four barrels of baguette-cut diamonds, in unmarked white metal, the reverse with bar brooch fitment See illustration

£1,000-2,000

1249 SPARE LOT

1245 A VICTORIAN DIAMOND STARBURST BROOCH PENDANT, the central brilliant-cut diamond circa 0.5cts surrounded by a cluster of diamonds in the form of a flowerhead, the points pave-set with diamonds and eight single diamonds suspended from a platinum bar, with a paveset detachable pendant loop

1250 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD BROOCH in the form of two conjoining flowers, the flowerheads set with pearls and tiny garnets set to the foliage, and a pair of matching flowerhead ear studs, the centres set with a garnet (2)

£800-1600

1246 A PAIR OF PINK DIAMOND EAR STUDS, each claw-set in rose gold with an oval light fancy pink diamond and surrounded by a double halo border of round white diamonds and set in unmarked white metal

£100-200

1251 A PAIR OF GEORGE III BUCKLES, a double row of large and small claw-set clear paste stones set in white metal, and one single buckle set with clear paste stones in a floral design set in white and yellow metal (3)

Each pink diamond is accompanied by a GIA certificate stating one to be 0.33cts natural fancy light pink diamond and the other to be 0.3cts natural fancy light pink diamond. See illustration

£200-400

1252 A GEORGE III SHOE BUCKLE with two rows of clear paste stones and a collection of similar small buckles (6)

£5,000-8,000

1247 A DIAMOND BROOCH PENDANT claw-set to the centre with an old round-cut diamond circa 1.25cts and surrounded by a cluster border of further round old-cut diamonds, each circa 0.1cts, with radiating petals of graduated rub-over set old-cut diamonds and single claw-set diamonds interspersed with detachable diamond-set pendant hanger, in unmarked yellow gold, the reverse with detachable brooch fitment and safety chain See illustration

£4,000-8,000

£130-180

1253 A YELLOW GOLD AND DIAMOND BAR BROOCH in the form of a flute, the keys set with rub-over set diamonds

£250-450

1254 CARTIER: A PAIR OF 18CT YELLOW GOLD AND LAPIS CUFFLINKS, the wedge-shaped gold set to the edge with lapis, in a fitted Cartier box See illustration

£2,000-4,000

149

£3,000-5,000


1255 AN INTAGLIO AND DIAMOND PENDANT, the intaglio of hexagon shape with engraved details of a ladies head and shoulders, with a border of brilliant-cut claw-set diamonds, attached to a diamond clasp on a white gold fine link chain

1263 A PAIR OF DIAMOND AND RUBY CLUSTER EARRINGS with five pave-set rubies interspersed with four pave-set diamonds, set in unmarked yellow metal

£400-800

1264 AN 18K WHITE GOLD MODERNIST OPEN-WORK BROOCH interspersed with round-cut sapphires

1256 A DIAMOND AND ONYX ARROW JABOT with indistinct marking, in a Mappin & Webb leatherette case

£250-450

£2,000-3,000

1260 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD CROSS decorated throughout with purple stones attached to a 9ct yellow gold fine link chain

£100-200

£60-120

£2,000-4,000

1269 A 15CT YELLOW BLOOMED GOLD HEART LOCKET, the front decorated with diamonds in the form of a flower

1262 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD CHUNKY CIRCULAR CHAIN LINK BRACELET with padlock clasp, (c.52grams)

£200-400

1268 A LARGE UNMARKED YELLOW GOLD ETRUSCAN CAMEO BROOCH, the central-set cameo of a ladies head and shoulders in yellow gold with swags and ball drops, and a central urn drop, in a fitted leatherette case, 19th century. See illustration

1261 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD AND OPAL BROOCH of scroll open-work form, claw-set with a white tone oval-cut opal.

£100-200

1267 A WIDE BLACK TEXTURED OPENENDED BANGLE decorated with a raised stylised lizard decorated throughout with multi-coloured semi-precious stones and six graduating cabochon turquoise stones and redset eyes See illustration

1259 P. BRANDT FOR TIFFANY: AN ENAMEL TOADSTOOL BROOCH, the four graduated red enamelled toadstools attached to green enamel stalks, in a fitted Tiffany presentation case See illustration

£80-160

1266 A 14CT YELLOW GOLD OPENWORK CIRCULAR BROOCH, a modernist black oval-cut opal set in unmarked yellow metal, a horseshoe bar brooch, a cross and a collection of ear studs

£1,800-2,200

1258 A CIRCULAR YELLOW GOLD DISC PENDANT decorated with blue and red enamel

£150-250

1265 A LARGE OVAL-CUT CITRINE PENDANT set in unmarked white metal, an oval-cut citrine ring on a 9ct yellow gold shank and two pairs of citrine ear studs (4)

£250-450

1257 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BAR BROOCH, the central oval-cut yellow stone possibly a yellow sapphire, with three brilliant-cut diamonds and a clawset cabochon sapphire to each side

£80-160

£400-800 150

£900-1,200


Lots 1133, 1197, 1244, 1299, 1316, 1347

151


1270 A TIGER CLAW CHARM with unmarked yellow gold mount

1277 A PAIR OF GENTLEMAN’S 9CT WHITE GOLD CUFFLINKS of octagonal form, each decorated with engine-turned mother of pearl and a tiny diamond, and a collection of matching dress studs

£100-200

1271 A YELLOW BLOOMED GOLD HEART-SHAPED LOCKET, the front with scrolled foliate decoration and turquoise flowerheads, the reverse with a raised anchor, attached to a 15ct yellow gold rope-twist chain See illustration

1278 A PAIR OF PEARL AND DIAMOND EARRINGS, the central white tone round pearl surrounded by a border of rub-over set brilliant-cut diamonds, on openwork yellow gold backs

£1,200-1,600

1272 AN UNMARKED YELLOW GOLD LAVALIER NECKLACE with two amethyst and seed pearl drops in the form of acorns, the gold chain also decorated with seed pearls See illustration

£1,000-2,000

£1,400-1,800

£600-1,200

1282 A DIAMOND-SET SUNBURST PENDANT, the centre with an amber-coloured stone attached to a yellow gold fine link chain

£1,400-1,800

£300-600

1283 A GARNET AND DIAMOND PENDANT of open-work heart form, the centre with a suspended heart-shaped cabochon garnet

£200-400

1276 A PAIR OF DIAMOND EAR STUDS, the seven tiny brilliant-cut diamonds forming a cluster attached to 9ct yellow gold studs and one single diamond cluster earring (a pair and a single earring)

£350-550

1281 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE PENDANT set in yellow gold and attached to a yellow gold fine link chain

1275 AN 18K WHITE GOLD SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BROOCH/ PENDANT in the form of an oval cluster set with seven oval-cut sapphires and pave-set diamonds

£250-450

1280 A PARROT BROOCH decorated throughout with diamonds, rubies, sapphires and emeralds, perched on an unmarked yellow metal ring

1274 AN AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND DROP PENDANT, the three tiny rub-over set diamonds with a train of three graduating diamonds terminating in a pear-shaped aquamarine, set in unmarked white metal, attached to a white metal fine-link chain (ensuite with the previous lot)

£700-1,200

1279 A DIAMOND ENCRUSTED PIG CHARM with ruby eyes and curled yellow metal tail and attached loop

1273 A PAIR OF AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND DROP EARRINGS, three tiny rub-over set diamonds with a train of four tiny graduating diamonds terminating in a pear-cut aquamarine, on unmarked white metal (ensuite with the following lot)

£150-250

£150-250 152

£250-450


1284 A RUSSIAN GOLD AND ENAMEL CHARM of a hare pulling a frog in a cart, the frog decorated with green enamel, both with ruby cabochon eyes, in the style of Faberge. See illustration

1290 A PAIR OF DIAMOND-SET EAR STUDS formed as flowerheads, in unmarked yellow metal and claw-set to the centre with an old-cut diamond, in an original SJ Phillips box

£200-400

1291 AN EDWARDIAN 9CT YELLOW GOLD PENDANT of open-work form set to the centre with an oval almandine garnet and seed pearls overall, on a 9ct yellow gold chain, 16” long

1285 A PAIR OF REVERSE CRYSTAL INTAGLIO GROUSE CUFFLINKS of circular form set on 18ct yellow gold See illustration

£1,800-2,200

1286 AN UNMARKED SOLID EXPANDING BRACELET (possibly gold) with ball terminals, with eleven attached various stone drops, some with enamel decoration, and a collection of similar loose stones

£60-120

£100-200

£400-800

1294 AN ENAMELLED BROOCH of rectangular form, the black enamel ground decorated with a basket of fruit and mounted in yellow metal with a serpent mesh border

£100-200

1289 A VICTORIAN YELLOW GOLD BANGLE of belt form with engraved decoration overall, the bangle weaving through and lifting slightly through a belt loop, the loop decorated with blue enamel and rose-cut diamonds See illustration

£300-400

1293 A PAIR OF GARNET DROP EARRINGS, the unmarked yellow gold fish hook attachments suspending a pear-cut garnet, with a train of seed pearls and enamelled beads and terminating in an oval-cut almandine garnet

1288 AN EDWARDIAN GEM-SET PENDANT NECKLACE, the central pearl-set bat suspending in a kite-shaped topaz, the fancy link 9ct yellow gold chain with double loop further suspending to a kite-shaped amethyst, 20” long

£150-300

1292 A PAIR OF SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND EAR STUDS, the central emerald-cut sapphires surrounded by a tension-set border of brilliant-cut diamonds on a stepped 18ct yellow gold bar with stud and clip fastening

1287 AN EDWARDIAN UNMARKED YELLOW METAL BROOCH of open-work lozenge form, with an aquamarine to the centre and two “pink sapphires” to each side, in a fitted leatherette presentation case

£200-400

£50-100

1295 A VICTORIAN PEARL BROOCH/ PENDANT of oval sunburst form, decorated throughout with graduated pearls and rose-cut diamonds, with a conforming detachable pendant loop and un-screwable fitment for an aigrette, and a conforming aigrette piece (2)

£500-1,000

153

£150-300


1302 A 19TH CENTURY TARGET BROOCH claw-set to the centre with a cushion-shaped panel of agate and surrounded by a double row border of graduated cabochon moonstone, the border in an enclosed yellow metal setting with safety chain

1296 AN OPAL AND PINK SAPPHIRE NECKLACE, the 18ct yellow gold belcher chain swagged and spectacle-set with round-cut and princess-cut pink sapphires and cabochon opals , with green/orange tone and suspending side further pear-drop opals, 20” long

£2,500-3,000

1303 A PAIR OF GARNET AND OPAL CLUSTER EAR STUDS claw-set to the centre with a circular opal cabochon and surrounded by a cluster border of six round-cut garnets, in a 9ct yellow gold scrolling setting

1297 AN OPAL AND DIAMOND BAR BROOCH, the central cabochon opal surrounded by a border of rose-cut diamonds, on an unmarked white metal bar brooch

£200-400

£60-120

£50-100

£200-400

1307 AN UNMARKED YELLOW GOLD STICK PIN terminating in an opal cabochon shamrock

1301 A 19TH CENTURY BAR BROOCH modelled to the centre with a horned leprechaun set to the body with rose-cut diamonds and green enamel, in a fitted case

£1,000-2,000

1306 AN UNMARKED YELLOW GOLD AND DIAMOND CURVED BAR BROOCH rub-over set with a central old-cut diamond circa 0.25cts, and flanked to either side by a row of rose-cut diamonds, each end terminating in a further old-cut diamonds, each circa 0.15cts

£400-600

1300 A UNMARKED YELLOW METAL BANGLE set to the centre with entwined hearts surmounted with a bow and decorated overall with graduated seed pearls, the sides with engraving, the concealed clasp with safety chain

£80-160

1305 AN ART NOUVEAU STYLE DROP PENDANT of fan-shaped open form set overall with graduated oldcut diamonds and seed pearls, enclosing a central ovalcut aquamarine drop and a further marquise-shaped aquamarine drop with a diamond-set pendant hanger set in unmarked white metal

1299 A VICTORIAN HEART-SHAPED BROOCH, the central pink guilloche-enamelled heart collet-set with an amethyst to the centre, within a white enamelled surround with a further seed pearl foliage border surmounted by a tied heart to the top, in unmarked yellow metal, the reverse with safety chain, in a heartshaped leather presentation case See illustration

£30-60

1304 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD AND AMETHYST NECKLACE, five of the textured circular links claw-set with a roundcut amethyst and interspersed with open-work links and a central drop, on a fine link trace chain, 16” long

1298 A VICTORIAN AMETHYST TARGET BROOCH, the central circular-cut amethyst surrounded by a rub-over border of seed pearls, set in 9ct yellow gold (brooch pin missing), a garnet cluster brooch and a modern pearl-set brooch (3)

£150-300

£150-300

154

£20-40


1308 A MOONSTONE RIVIERE STYLE NECKLACE, the fine unmarked yellow metal chain suspending nine graduated claw-set moonstone cabochons, 16”

1314 A GARNET AND DIAMOND BAR BROOCH, the central circular-cut garnet surrounded by a border of old-cut diamonds and set on an unmarked yellow metal bar brooch

£100-200

1309 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN ENAMELLED BROOCHES of circular form with royal blue guilloche enamel to the centre and claw-set with a rose-cut diamond, the whole surrounded by a seed pearl border, with a yellow metal closed-back setting and brooch fitment (2)

1315 AN EDWARDIAN 9CT YELLOW GOLD PENDANT BROOCH of openwork form, decorated throughout with seed pearls and a central turquoise cabochon

£200-400

£3,000-5,000

£2,200-2,600

£100-200

1318 AN 18CT YELLOW GOLD BROOCH formed from rope-twist stems creating a feather design, with a rub-over diamond-set centre and stalk, the reverse with brooch fitment and stamped 18k

£200-400

1313 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD AND TURQUOISE NECKLACE set with five floral open-work links, each claw-set with an oval turquoise cabochon interspersed with four further open-work links and attached to a fine link chain, 16” long

We have been advised by the vendor that the baroque pearls are likely to be natural. See illustration

1317 A SAPPHIRE BAR BROOCH collet-set to the centre with a round-cut blue sapphire on a yellow metal silver topped bar brooch, numbered 1602, in a fitted case

1312 A SIMULATED IVORY PENDANT modelled in the form of a pear, with an 18ct yellow gold leaf, on a 9ct yellow gold textured belcher-link chain, 28”

£80-120

1311 CARTIER: AN 18CT YELLOW GOLD “LUNAR” BANGLE, the twisted torque with a spinning Saturn, inscribed “Cartier 18k” and numbered, in a fitted red suede Cartier pouch See illustration

£150-250

1316 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN DIAMOND AND PEARL DROP EAR STUDS, the fleur de lis terminal and train millegrain-set with rose-cut diamonds overall and suspending a baroque pearl with diamond-set leaf mount, in unmarked white metal with later stud fitments.

1310 A PAIR OF AMETHYST AND DIAMOND EAR STUDS, each formed from a floral-carved amethyst, with four raised claw-set brilliant-cut diamonds to the centre, the reverse with yellow metal stud and butterfly clips, in a fitted case for the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Association See illustration

£100-200

£100-200

1319 A “JADE” PENDANT carved as a gourd entwined with leaves, on an unmarked yellow metal box link chain, 26” long

£80-160

£200-400

1320 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN GARNET CLUSTER CHANDELIER EARRINGS within gilt metal enclosed settings with fish hook attachments

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£450-850


1326 AN EDWARDIAN UNMARKED YELLOW GOLD AND “AQUAMARINE” PENDANT, the claw-set “aquamarine” attached to a double gold bar with further claw-set “aquamarine” on a yellow metal chain, with no clasp, in a leatherette presentation case

1321 A 15CT YELLOW GOLD NECKLACE, the three rows of tubular form links edged with ball finials, with enclosed clasp and attached circular link for ensuite oval locket, the locket front decorated with pearls to a raised star, (c.80grams), in original round leatherette presentation case See illustration

£2,500-4,000

1327 AN ARTS AND CRAFT ENAMEL PEACOCK PENDANT, the blue peacock with a blister pearl breast and green feathers, set with clear semi-precious stones attached to a short white metal chain with enamel link, the feet attached to a small naturalistic pearl

1322 A DIAMOND AND GOLD NECKLACE AND BRACELET, the necklace with four rub-over set diamonds flanked by four rows of pave-set diamonds attached to a modern 14k yellow gold articulated necklace with safety clasp and a matching bracelet (2)

£800-1,200

£400-800

1324 A DIAMOND AND PEARL CHOKER, the three open-work panels decorated with pave-set diamonds and pearls, set on yellow metal and threaded onto black velvet, with a yellow metal clasp and a collection of costume jewellery £50-100

1325 MAUBOUSSIN: A BLUE AND GREEN CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL BANGLE overlaid with yellow metal (possibly gold) wirework decoration, with concealed clasp and safety hook marked “Mauboussin, Paris”, numbered 108[3]

£1,400-1,800

1331 A PAIR OF GENTLEMANS SILVER CUFFLINKS in the form of elephants

Mauboussin jewellery produced during the 1930's is memorable for the company's innovative use of colour in gemstones and enamels. Paul Iribe, a talented French graphic and jewellery designer, famously created the advertising campaign for the launch of Mauboussin in America. The company still produce jewellery today using the same aesthetics of the Deco period, of which this bangle is an example. See illustration £2,000-3,000

£200-400

1330 A PAIR OF GREEN TINTED OPAL AND DIAMOND DROP EARRINGS, the two oval-cut opals attached by three pave-set diamonds, on unmarked white metal See illustration

£100-200

1329 AN 18CT YELLOW GOLD AND SEED PEARL NECKLACE, the pendant of open-work floral form decorated throughout with seed pearls attached to a fine yellow gold chain, in a fitted leatherette presentation case

£100-200

1328 A VICTORIAN OPENWORK PENDANT decorated throughout with clear paste stones, on unmarked white metal, in a leatherette presentation case

1323 A 19TH CENTURY ETRUSCAN STYLE YELLOW METAL, SEED PEARL AND DIAMOND NECKLACE, the nine strands of seed pearls attached to four graduating Etruscan style mounts, each decorated with a central old-cut diamond surrounded by a border of seed pearls and a black enamel outer border, the edges of each mount with further seed pearls and diamonds and a collection of five brooches ensuite See illustration

£100-200

£80-160

1332 A SILVER DROP PENDANT set with a single baguette-cut pink stone attached to a fine link silver chain

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£20-40


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1333 CARTIER: A PAIR OF GENTLEMANS BLACK ONYX AND DIAMOND DISC CUFFLINKS, the white metal back marked “Cartier” See illustration

1340 A SINGLE STRAND PEARL NECKLACE, the white/cream tone pearls terminating in an 18ct white gold clasp decorated with a single pearl surrounded by a border of white gold leaves, each leaf decorated with three pave-set diamonds, 36” long

£2,500-3,500

1334 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD NECKLACE, the four strands terminating in a solid link clasp with safety chain, (c.33grams)

1341 A SINGLE STRAND PEARL NECKLACE, the white tone knotted pearls terminating in a 9ct yellow gold clasp decorated with a cluster of pearls, 27” long

£200-400

1335 A PAIR OF “JADEITE” DISC EARRINGS with 18ct yellow gold clips

£100-200

£800-1,600

£200-400

1345 A SINGLE STRAND WHITE TONE GRADUATING KNOTTED PEARL NECKLACE terminating in a silver clasp decorated with three pearls, 19” long, in a fitted leatherette presentation case

£400-800

1339 A SINGLE STRAND PEARL NECKLACE, the cream tone graduating knotted pearls terminating in a 9ct yellow gold clasp decorated with an oval cabochon garnet and a border of seed pearls, 38” long, in a fitted presentation case

£50-100

1344 A SINGLE STRAND PEARL NECKLACE, the white tone graduating knotted pearls terminating in a yellow metal star-shaped clasp with a claw-set ruby and six brilliant-cut diamonds

1338 A DIAMOND AND JADE CROSS AND CHAIN, the four points of the jade with open-work gold decoration, each set with a single diamond, attached to an 18ct yellow gold chain

£300-400

1343 A DOUBLE STRAND OF WHITE TONE NATURALISTIC STYLE PEARLS, 16” long

1337 HARPOS: AN 18CT WHITE GOLD DOUBLE CHAIN NECKLACE terminating in a pave-set diamond concealed clasp, the reverse of the clasp stamped “Harpos”, in a fitted Harpos presentation case

£200-400

1342 A SINGLE STRAND CHUNKY WHITE TONE PEARL NECKLACE of naturalistic form terminating in a yellow metal ring clasp, with safety chain, 34” long

£80-160

1336 A DIAMOND-SET BAR BROOCH, the central tiny diamond on a raised stone with black octagonal border flanked by pave-set diamonds, on a 15ct white and yellow gold bar, in a fitted leatherette presentation case

£100-200

£100-200

1346 A SINGLE STRAND CREAM TONE KNOTTED PEARL NECKLACE terminating in a 9ct yellow gold clasp decorated with three pearls, 28” long

£200-400

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£200-400


1347 A REGENCY PEARL NECKLACE with two strands of graduating knotted pearls terminating in a hair-work clasp with seed pearl border, with safety chain. See illustration

1355 A “JADE” BAR BROOCH with 15ct yellow gold engraved caps to each end and one other similar bar brooch (2)

£1,500-2,000

1356 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD BANGLE, the front decorated with sapphires set in cut-out stars, with enclosed clasp and safety chain, and one other thin 9k yellow gold bangle (2)

1348 AN AMBER NECKLACE, the graduating faceted oval amber beads terminating in an unmarked yellow metal ring clip, 33” long, and a collection of loose amber beads

£50-100

£100-200

£60-120

1352 A LARGE “AMBER” FACETED OVAL BEAD NECKLACE, the single amber bead attached to a twisted gold silk thread with silk tassel

£200-400

£50-100

1361 A BLACK BOG OAK LARGE CROSS extending from a bog oak chain

£200-400

1354 A TURQUOISE AND YELLOW GOLD BRACELET with five claw-set turquoise stones set in oval links attached to circular links with safety chain, two turquoise stone rings and a necklace (4)

£150-250

1360 A PAIR OF HOLLOW TEXTURED UNMARKED YELLOW METAL BROOCHES in the form of twisted snakes and a collection of tie pins

1353 A CLEAR RESIN BANGLE decorated to the centre with eight bugs

£150-250

1359 A RUBY AND DIAMOND BUTTERFLY BAR BROOCH, the wings decorated throughout with rose-cut diamonds and brilliant-cut rubies, with a single brilliant-cut ruby to the end of the bar, and three other brooches (4)

1351 A SINGLE STRAND OF GRADUATING AMBER BEADS terminating in a yellow metal screw clasp, 29” long

£800-1,200

1358 A PAIR OF GENTLEMAN’S 14K YELLOW GOLD AND WHITE ENAMEL CUFFLINKS of circular form attached to a solid yellow gold oval link and three matching dress studs, in a presentation case

£400-600

1350 A THREE STRAND KNOTTED JADE NECKLACE terminating in a rectangular white metal clasp, a collection of loose beads and an oval jade brooch

£100-200

1357 A PAIR OF DIAMOND MOGULSTYLE INDIAN STUD EARRINGS set in unmarked yellow gold with enamel decoration

1349 AN ITALIAN 19TH CENTURY CORAL BROOCH with gold frame, articulated and designed as cascading roses, in a fitted presentation case, marked “A-de Caro”

£100-200

£80-160

1362 A WHITE AND YELLOW GOLD RING, the three conjoining white gold bands with yellow gold outer edge and a pair of matching stud earrings with folding clasps, Bulgari style (2)

£100-200

159

£100-200


1363 THREE 22CT YELLOW GOLD WEDDING BANDS and one other 18ct yellow gold wedding band, (c. 16grams total)

1371 AN AMBER NECKLACE, the faceted native-cut graduating ambers linked with yellow metal circular links, 14” long, and a collection of amber jewellery

£150-250

1364 AN 18CT WHITE GOLD DIAMOND DRESS RING, the brilliant-cut claw-set diamond on a white gold shank with diamond shoulders and an 18ct yellow gold diamond dress ring, the three rub-over set diamonds on a yellow gold shank (2)

1376 A CAMEO BROOCH, the cameo with a biblical scene enclosed in an unmarked yellow metal mount with scroll decoration and loop for pendant

£100-200

£200-400

£300-600

£150-250

1380 A DIAMOND CLUSTER DRESS RING, the central brilliant-cut diamond surrounded by a border of six smaller brilliant-cut diamonds on an 18ct white gold shank with diamond shoulders

1368 A FIVE STONE DIAMOND DRESS RING, the five claw-set graduating diamonds on an 18ct yellow gold shank

£200-400

1369 A DIAMOND-SET BROOCH/ PENDANT of open-work form set on unmarked yellow metal and one other similar paste brooch (2)

£300-600

1379 A PERIDOT, DIAMOND AND PEARL BROOCH of circular open-work form, six brilliant-cut peridots interspersed with tiny diamonds, the centre with a drop pearl and single diamond See illustration

1367 A MOONSTONE AND DIAMOND DRESS RING, the oval moonstone with a carved face surrounded by a border of diamonds, on a yellow gold shank See illustration

£150-250

1378 A RUBY AND DIAMOND DRESS RING, the central emerald-cut ruby flanked to each side with a brilliant-cut diamond on unmarked white gold shank with scroll shoulders

£50-100

1366 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD SWIVEL SEAL decorated to the top with a lion, two other 9ct yellow gold seals and a collection of unmarked yellow metal seals (10)

£150-250

1377 A FIVE STONE AMETHYST DRESS RING, the five oval-cut claw-set amethysts on an 18ct yellow gold shank

1365 AN “AQUAMARINE” NECKLACE, the graduating oval-cut “aquamarines” on an unmarked yellow metal chain, 15” long, with ensuite screw-back earrings and brooch; and a silver dress ring and 9ct gold dress ring (5)

£50-100

£300-600

1381 A FOUR STONE DIAMOND-SET RING, the four stones in rub-over settings on an 18ct yellow gold shank

£100-200

160

£200-400


1386 A DIAMOND-SET BAR BROOCH, the unmarked white metal knife bar set to the centre with an old-cut diamond cluster flowerhead design, the reverse with safety catch, in a fitted case for Mallet of Bath

1382 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING with a central oval sapphire within a border of small diamonds, the shoulders similarly set, on a 9ct yellow gold shank

£100-200

1383 AN 18CT YELLOW GOLD WEDDING BAND

£50-£100

1387 A 1960’S STUDIO NECKLACE comprising six yellow metal square plaques, each mounted with a circular ceramic applique linked together and attached to solid links with a fish-hook clasp, in fitted presentation case

£100-200

1384 A pair of blister pearl and sapphire earrings, the white tone blister pearl, attached to a yellow gold mount with a circle of princess- cut sapphires and one cabochon sapphire, with reverse safety clip.

£400-£600

1388-1499 Spare lots

£400 - 800 1385 A BELLE EPOQUE STAR SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND TARGET BROOCH set to the centre with a cabochon pale blue sapphire showing good asterism, surrounded by a millegrain rubover set border of round old-cut diamonds and enclosed within an open stylised circular sunburst frame, set overall with graduated old-cut diamonds, in unmarked white metal, the reverse with brooch fitment and safety catch, in fitted case for Heming & Co. £500-£1,000

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1506 FRANCIS CRANMER PENROSE (1817-1903): A COLLECTION OF DOCUMENTS including a patent drawing for a sliding Helicograph and other documents

1500 A PRESENTATION CASE OF FOUR BOTTLES OF TAYLOR’S VINTAGE PORT, “A Century of Taylor’s Port” with bottles of Old Tawny, 20 Years Old Tawny, 30 years Old Tawny and over 40 years Old Tawny

£150-250

1507 AN EARLY VICTORIAN SILKWORK PICTURE of a woman wearing an exotic feathered headdress, gesturing towards a ship amongst waves, oval, 18” x 14”

1501 A SET OF THREE ‘BRISTOL’ BLUE DECANTERS with gilt painted labels ‘Hollands’ , ‘Rum’ and ‘Brandy’ on a red leather covered triform stand, circa 1800, 11” high

1502 A PAIR OF PORTUGUESE COLONIAL JACARANDA WOOD LATHE TURNED CANDLESTICKS, each with a broad drip-pan over a heavy domed base, late 17th/early 18th century, 17” high. See illustration Provenance: Private collection, Cornwall

£1,000-2,000

£300-500

1505 A PAIR OF "SAILOR WORK" OCTAGONAL SHELL PICTURES, each mounted with a radiating pattern of pink, cream and coloured tropical shells, 19th century, each 13¾” wide (2). See illustration Provenance: A Somerset Manor House

£400-800

£300-£500

1511 A NEEDLEWORK PANEL, worked with figures in a landscape with animals, trees and buildings surrounding, early 18th century in a silk velvet frame, 32" x 30"

£400-600

£200-400

1510 A RARE CARVED AND PIERCED COCONUT CUP AND COVER, decorated with cattle, a ship, horsemen, Mexican Indians and European figures, and bearing an inscription carved by a prisoner in 1890 ending " ... long live the Republic of Mexico", 19th century, 9.25" high, and another coconut cup on a turned hardwood stem and circular base (2)

1504 TAXIDERMY: A PRESERVED SPANIEL IN A SEATED POSE, on a section of Persian carpet in a glazed mahogany case, 29” wide

£200-400

1509 A PAIR OF TORTOISESHELL ENGRAVED AND MOTHER-OFPEARL FRAMES containing pencil sketches, the frames 8¼” x 9” (2)

1503 A JENNENS & BETTRIDGE PAPIER MACHE TRAY of cartouche outline, decorated with a central spray of flowers and foliage in mother-of-pearl and paint, within a gilt decorated border, with stamped marks to the reverse, 31½” high

£150-250

1508 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN REVERSE PAINTINGS ON GLASS, of a gentleman seated amongst classical ruins with a river to the distance and a similar landscape, 12¾” x 15¾” (2)

£200-400

£100-200

£250-400

1512 A GEORGE III NEEDLEWORK SAMPLER by Elizabeth Hodson, dated June 27th 1809 worked with birds, butterflies and other motifs within an alphabet border, 15½” x 20¼” and a similar needlework of an exotic bird sitting in a flowering tree, 17” x 14” (2)

£100-200

1513-1521 SPARE LOTS 164


Lot 1502

165


Lot 1523

1522 ETHNOGRAPHICA: A TRIBAL FIGURE OF A SEATED FEMALE with broad round face, in a seated pose with arms outstretched, 9½” high

1526 A LEAD PUMP HEAD, with circular spout, the reservoir with cast initial ‘P’ and date 1797, on a circular pipe, 44” high

£300-400

1527 A REGENCY BRONZE AND MARBLE DESK STAND, the marble base with twin pen troughs and a central entwined carrying handle in the form of two snakes, flanked by lobed inkwells with ormolu mounts, on animal paw feet, 13” wide

1523 TAXIDERMY: A ‘FIJI’ MERMAID, a sailor’s folk art figure with open mouth and fishes tail, 8½” wide See illustration

£500-800

1524 A PAIR OF GEORGE III STYLE HANGING GLASS HALL SHADES of circular form, the shades cut with bunches of grapes and foliage, each with a circular cover and three light fitting, the shades 12½” deep (2)

£300-500

1528 AN EMPTY MOET & CHANDON JEROBOAM BOTTLE signed three times on the label, bearing the signature of Elizabeth Taylor, 22½” high

£100-200

1525 A COLLECTION ‘TOILE DE JOUI’ PANELS, each printed in monochrome, with scenes of courting couples amongst farm animals and similar picturesque scenes, printed in red, 15” x 12” and smaller (6)

£200-400

£200-400

1529 A SCRATCH-BUILT MODEL GALLEON, “The Sovereign of the Seas” in full sail with flags and full rigging, in a glazed case, the case 39” high x 46” wide See illustration

£180-250

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£1,500-2,000


Lot 1529

167


METALWORK AND SCULPTURE 1530 A CARVED GILTWOOD ROCOCO STYLE WALL BRACKET in the manner of Thomas Johnson with a half round shelf above a hare and foliage, 9½” high

1536 A BRONZE SENSOR the bulb shaped base on a spreading foot with an arcaded architectural cover, on hanging chains with suspension loops, 5” wide

£150-250

1531 A CAST BRONZE MORTAR of flared form with convex base, with cast date 1661 and initials ‘EN’ either side of a bell, 5½” wide

1537 A CAST CLASSICAL STYLE BRONZE OF VENUS on a circular socle base, 7” high

£80-150

1532 A BRASS ALMS DISH worked with a central circular panel depicting Adam and Eve within a rubbed border and raised rim, possibly Dutch, 15” wide

£200-400

1533 A RENAISSANCE STYLE BRONZE SCULPTURE OF A CHERUB loosely draped, on a turned marble base, 12½” £100-200

£100-200

This attribution was suggested by the Victoria and Albert Museum in 1992. It was also noted that the work is not listed in Ingrid Webber’s book on Renaissance Plaquettes. ‘Deutsche Niederlandische und Franzoshe Renaissance Plaketten’

£300-500

£100-200

£100-200

1541 TREEN: A CARVED TRAVELLING PESTLE AND MORTAR, possibly sandalwood, the mortar all over carved with religious motifs and scenes of martyrdom, the pestle decorated with a figure on horseback, 7” . See illustration

1535 A REGENCY GILT BRASS DOORSTOP with scrolling handle above a cast figure of a walking lion on stepped base, 15¾” high

1540 TREEN: A CARVED WOODEN NUTCRACKER, the body in the form of a sleeping lion, with a turned and fluted handle, 8” wide

1534A A 19TH CENTURY GILT BRONZE CENSER of hexagonal lobed form with twin ring handles and all over Oriental decoration, on three short scrolling feet, possibly French, 6½” wide

£200-400

1539 A COPPER RELIEF PANEL OF ADAM AND EVE in the garden of Eden, probably Netherlandish from the first half of the 16th century, 7½” wide

1534 A CAST BRONZE MORTAR of flared form with twin square handles, cast with an inscription ‘ Leefte Verwint al Dinck Anno 1590’, 4” wide, with pestle and a similar mortar cast with cavorting sea creatures and figures (2)

£100-200

1538 FRANCOIS DEBON: A CAST BRONZE ART NOUVEAU STYLE VASE cast with flowers leaf-form handles and cast signature, 12” wide

£100-200

£100-200

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£150-250


Lot 1541

169


Lot 1547

Lot 1548

1547 J GOTT: A CARVED MARBLE BUST OF A MAN wearing a Roman style tunic, on a circular base, signed to the reverse 'J. Gott F.t.’, 25" high See illustration

1542 AN ARCHAIC CARVED STONE OIL LAMP, with loop handle and hinged lid, carved to represent a horse’s head, 5¼”

£40-80

1543 A RENAISSANCE STYLE GILT METAL SPOON with ring-cast tapering handle and shell-shaped bowl, 12”

1548 ATTRIBUTED TO J. GOTT: A MARBLE BUST of a gentleman with receding hair wearing a Roman style tunic, on a circular base, 29” high See illustration

£100-200

1544-1545 SPARE LOTS

£800-1,500

1549 ROWLAND OF PARIS: A CAST BRONZE SCULPTURE OF A JESTER with painted smiling face and hands clasped behind his back, wearing a short tunic, on a shaped base with cast signature and wooden plinth, 15½” high

1546 AN EMMY PRESENTED TO DAVID GREENE, the sculpture in the form of a female figure holding aloft an orb, the base marked ‘The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences’, the base engraved ‘1968/1969 Television Academy Awards Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Drama. David Greene, the people next door, CBS Playhouse October 15 1968, CBS’, 15½” high. See illustration

£500-800

£1,500-2,500 170

£300-500


Lot 1546

171


GUNS AND MILITARIA 1550 AN IRISH BLUNDERBUSS with retractable bayonet, the barrel stamped “Belfast L-Y9302” with two proof marks, with side-plate engraved “Moore”, with walnut stock and polished barrel, 31”. See illustration

1556 A VICTORIAN MUZZLE LOADING FLINTLOCK RIFLE, the action stamped ‘Tower’, 51” long

1557 A THREE-QUARTER LENGTH MUZZLE LOADING PERCUSSION CAP FIRING RIFLE, the stock no. 841, and with ring suspension loop, 37”

£2,000-4,000

1551 A FLINTLOCK PISTOL, the barrel stamped “D. Egg. London”, the side plates similarly marked and with a crown above initials “GR”, with brass fittings and walnut mount, 15½”

£800-1,500

£800-1,500

£150-250

1561 A FLINTLOCK PISTOL, the mechanism stamped ‘Tower’ with various proof marks, with walnut mounts, 14½”

£2,000-4,000

1555 A VICTORIAN MUZZLE LOADING RIFLE by Wyatt of Blandford, with walnut stock and engraved mount, 47½”

£100-200

1560 A FLINTLOCK PISTOL, the mechanism stamped D. Egg, with brass and steel mounts, the barrel with various proof stamps, with walnut stock, 15½”

1554 A PAIR OF FLINTLOCK PISTOLS, the engraved mechanisms signed “H. Knock”, the rounded octagonal barrels marked “London. H. Knock”, with decorative finger guard and crosshatch walnut mount, 12” (2)

£150-200

1559 A LADIES ‘MUFF’ PISTOL, breech loading with an ejecting mechanism, the barrel de-activated, 6½”

1553 A FLINTLOCK PISTOL, the mechanism signed “Twigg” with octagonal barrel, engraved mechanism and walnut mount, 14½”

£150-250

1558 A NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD AND POLISHED SCABBARD, the gilt metal hilt no. 22 with pierced and cast decoration, 38”

£800-1,500

1552 A FLINTLOCK PISTOL, the mechanism signed “Barwick” with decorated barrel and finger guard, with walnut mount, 14”

£100-200

£150-250

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£150-250


Lot 1550

173


Lot 1565

1562 A CASED VICTORIAN REVOLVER, possibly a ‘Tranter Patent’, with engraved and indistinctly marked mechanism, in a fitted case with shot flask and similar accessories. See illustration

1565 A FAMILY GROUP OF BOER WAR AND FIRST WORLD WAR MEDALS, comprising A Queen’s South Africa Medal, awarded to Sgt. R. Swaffield with six bars, including a Relief of Ladysmith Bar, a First World War Pair awarded to Gunner S. Swaffield, R.A., a Military Medal awarded to Gunner S. Swaffield, R.G.A. and a Group of Four awarded to Sgt A. R. Swaffield, RA, including a Territorial and Special Constabulary Medal, and associated badges and other items. See illustration

£400-800

1563 A STEEL BAYONET with triform blade, 19½” and a shot flask and a clamp (3)

£70-100

1566 A PAIR OF WESTLEY & RICHARDS 12 BORE SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUNS, the guns numbered 17409 and one set of 17410 , with engraved actions and walnut stocks, 46½”. See illustration

1564 A COLLECTION OF SIX REGIMENTAL CAP BADGES, including a 1902 Manchester Regiment Officer’s Helmet Plate, a Victorian North Staffordshire’s Volunteer Battalion Helmet Plate and similar Ayrshire and Galloway, Derbyshire and Royal Artillery Helmet Plates (6) in all

£300-500

£2,000-4,000

£500-800 1567-1568 Spare lots

174


Lot 1566

175


CLOCKS AND SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS 1574 A CASED BAROMETER, signed Callachan, 23 New Bond Street’, in a silver mount mahogany case, 4”

1569 A LATE GEORGE III ROSEWOOD BRACKET CLOCK, the silvered dial signed “Purvis, North Audley Street and Gros.r. Square” with a strike/silent indicator, with a two train fusee movement striking on a bell, with a pull/repeat mechanism, the back plate and pendulum with engraved decoration and similarly signed, the arch top Gothic case with brass inlay and pointed pinnacles, 11¾” high. See illustration

1575 Spare lot 1576 A VICTORIAN GILT METAL AND PORCELAIN MOUNTED MANTEL CLOCK, the architectural case surmounted by cherubs flanking an urn, overflowing with fruit and flowers over a porcelain dial painted with flowers within blue, gilt and jewelled borders, flanked by porcelain panels painted with flowers in baskets suspended from ribbon-tied bows, with an eight-day bell striking movement, on a giltwood base and ebonised plinth, apparently retaining the original glass dome, 25½” high. See illustration

£2,000-4,000

1570 A LACQUERED BRASS STUDENT’S MICROSCOPE in fitted case, with a de-mountable central column and various fittings, the case with a small drawer containing a small quantity of slides and further fittings

£150-250

1571 ROSS OF LONDON: A LACQUERED BRASS MICROSCOPE in fitted case, with a quantity of accessories

£300-500

1578 A TERRESTRIAL GLOBE by Cruchley showing the latest discoveries, settlements etc in Australia, New Zealand, California and the North Pole, on a turned wooden stand, the globe 5” wide

£150-300

1573 A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH EIGHT DAY MANTEL CLOCK, the movement signed ‘C Detouche, Paris’ with a visible brocot escapement, with two-train movement striking on a bell, the later arch topped case with satinwood inlay and brass bracket feet, 22” high

£2,000-4,000

1577 A TERRESTRIAL GLOBE by Cruchley, Late Cary, exhibiting the latest discoveries towards the North Pole and the new settlement and divisions of Australia, New Zealand, California etc.,

£300-500

1572 A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH BRACKET CLOCK, the white enamel dial signed ‘Rochet a Paris’, the chapter ring with Roman numerals, with a two-train Japy type movement with silk suspension striking on a bell, the case with scrolling satinwood inlay, on an associated ebonised and gilt bracket, the clock 9” high

£50-100

£200-400

176

£100-200


Lot 1569

177


1584 A GEORGE III LONGCASE CLOCK with a silvered dial signed “Hampson, Bury” with a central date aperture and engraved motto “I ferve the here with all my might to tell the hours by day or night therefore example take by me and ferve thy God as I ferve the”, with a thirty hour movement striking on a bell, the trunk with an arched top door between quarter recessed columns, 88” high

1579 A GEORGE III OAK AND MAHOGANY CROSSBANDED LONGCASE CLOCK BY Roberts of Bangor, the white painted dial with subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, with an eight day two train movement striking on a bell, the elaborate hood with swan-neck pediment and turned columns, above a short trunk door flanked by half columns, 87” high

£400-800

1585 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY BRACKET CLOCK, the arch topped dial signed “Jno. Hardy, Preston”, the arch with date and strike/silent dial, the two train movement striking on a bell signed “John Hardy, Bradford”, the case with arched top, the sides with fish scale brass panels, on gilt metal bracket feet, 17” high

1580 A GEORGE III OAK LONGCASE CLOCK by John Smith, Bungay, the case with long arched door above a rectangular plinth, the hood with turned tapering pilasters surmounted by a fretwork frieze, the brass arched dial with silvered chapter ring with Roman and Arabic numerals, inscribed “I Mark Time Doest Thou” with a subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, with a two train eight movement striking on a bell, 87” high

£400-800

£300-500

1582 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK, the white enamel dial with central moon phase dial and date aperture, indistinctly signed “J.W. ... Macclesfield” with a two train eight day movement striking on a bell, the hood with and eagle and ball finial, the dial flanked by square section columns, above a tall trunk door flanked by satinwood stringing, 85” high

£800-1,500

1587 A GEORGE III OAK AND MAHOGANY THIRTY HOUR LONGCASE CLOCK, the painted arch dial with Roman numerals, inscribed “P. Brownsword, Derby” with painted scenes of a shepherdess and castles. The case crossbanded in mahogany with a shell inlay to the door, 87” high

£300-500

1583 A GEORGE III OAK LONGCASE CLOCK, the white enamel dial signed “Fletcher, Chester” with painted arch and subsidiary seconds and date dials, with an eight day movement striking on a bell, the tall hood with swan-neck pediment and blind fret frieze, above a tall trunk door, 91” high

£600-800

1586 A GEORGE III OAK AND MAHOGANY CROSSBANDED LONGCASE CLOCK with brass dial signed “Richardson, Weverham”(sic) , the silvered chapter ring surrounding a central subsidiary seconds dial and date dial, with an eight day two train movement striking on a bell, the flat top hood with a painted wooden panel signed “J. French, CabinetMaker, Weaverham”(sic), the dial flanked by turned fluted columns, the tall trunk with an arched top door, between quarter recessed columns, on a conforming base, 79” high

1581 A GEORGE III LONGCASE CLOCK, the white painted dial signed “W.M. Onions, Broseley” and the dial with subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, with a two train movement striking on a bell, the hood with swan-neck pediment and turned columns, 87” high

£250-450

£200-400

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£200-400


Lot 1576

179


RUGS AND CARPETS 1590 A SARUQ STYLE SMALL CARPET, the central blue panel worked with ivory and red diamond quadrilaterals and flowerheads within a salmon pink Herati style outer border and guards, circa 122” x 96”

1594 A CHINESE RUG the beige ground worked in shades of blue with deer and flighting crane within a border worked with mons and script, 68” x 35”

£300-500

1595 A HERIZ TYPE SMALL CARPET, the salmon pink ground worked with a central dark blue, pale blue and ivory floral medallion within floral pattern outer borders and guards, circa 166” x 85”

1591 A BOKHARA STYLE SMALL CARPET, the dark red and brown ground worked with multicoloured elephant’s foot guhls, within diamond and floral pattern outer borders and guards, circa 106” x 72”

£200-400

£200-400

£3,000-5,000

1597-1599 Spare lots

1593 A NORTH WEST PERSIAN RUG, the brick-red and pale blue ground worked with a central floral medallion within multi-coloured Herati style outer borders and guards, 76” x 48”

£300-600

1596 A SMALL TABRIZ CARPET, the central pale blue panel worked with multi-coloured floral palmettes and leaves within gold, dark blue and ivory floral outer borders and guards, 112” x 80”. See illustration

1592 A CHINESE CARPET OF ART DECO DESIGN worked in bright colours with geometric medallions, stylised flowerheads, guhls, and serrated leaves on an eau de nil ground with a principal border of flowers and foliage within red guard stripes, 107” x 144”

£100-200

£100-200

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Lot 1596

181


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FURNITURE

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1600 CHARLES & RAY EAMES: A LOUNGE CHAIR AND OTTOMAN, 670 and 671, with black leather upholstery and rosewood veneered plywood frame, stamped to the underside “Herman Miller Collection” See illustration

1606 A 1960/1970 TEAK AND GLASS COFFEE TABLE, the top of rounded triangular form with a circular glass panel on three shaped legs with concave stretchers, 17” high x 30” wide

£500-1,000

1607 AN EDWARDIAN GEORGE II STYLE UPHOLSTERED ARMCHAIR, the low back above scrolling arms and upholstered seat on short cabriole legs, 37” high

1601 CHARLES & RAY EAMES: A PAIR OF SOFT PAD SWIVEL DESK CHAIRS with low backs upholstered in black leather, the frames stamped “Herman Miller 938-138” (2)

£500-1,000

£300-500

£500-800

£180-250

1611 A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH FRUITWOOD HALL TABLE, the rectangular three plank top with rounded corners above a frieze with wavy edge and a single end drawer with ring handle, on cabriole legs, 67” wide

£1,000-2,000

1605 A FONTANA ARTE FIVE TIER GLASS ÉTAGÈRE, the graduated shelves with rounded corners on a tapering half round central column support, with a pale green base, 70” high x 75” wide.

£200-400

1610 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY FOLDTOP CARD TABLE, the rectangular top with rounded corners and satinwood cross-banding enclosing a baize-lined interior, on turned tapering legs, 36” wide

1604 GUGLIEMO ULRICH: A MARBLE TOPPED LOW TABLE, the broad green variegated marble top on a teak base with eight splayed tapering legs, 15½” high x 15” wide

£800-1,500

1609 A GEORGE II OAK ARMCHAIR with a panelled back with shaped wings and low arm supports above an upholstered seat, on short cabriole legs, 40½” high

1603 A LOUIS XVI STYLE LADIES WRITING DESK of shaped outline with a central marble top with threequarter pierced gilt gallery above two short drawers and a sliding leather-lined writing surface, above a serpentine fronted drawer with geometric veneers, on cabriole legs with gilt metal mounts throughout, 37” high x 31” wide

£200-400

1608 A PAIR OF LEATHER UPHOLSTERED CLUB STYLE ARMCHAIRS by George Smith of Newcastle (2)

1602 A LE CORBUSIER LC1 BASCULANT CHAIR with brown and white hide coverings and leather arm rests, on a chrome frame, stamped “LC1, 21743”

£100-200

£1,000-2,000

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£300-500


Lot 1600

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1618 A GEORGE III STYLE TWIN PEDESTAL WRITING DESK, the rectangular top with a leather-lined writing surface above a central drawer and two columns of four short drawers, on plinth bases, 54” wide

1612 A GEORGE II WALNUT BUREAU, the herringbone cross-banded fall front opening to a serpentine stepped fitted interior with central architectural cupboard door flanked by Corinthian columns, secretaire drawers and pigeonholes above an arrangement of four long graduated drawers with brass key escutcheons and swan-neck handles, on bracket feet, basically early 18th century, 36” wide

1619 A GEORGE I STYLE WALNUT KNEEHOLE DESK, the rectangular top with re-entrant corners and satinwood marquetry above a single frieze drawer and central cupboard flanked by two columns of three short drawers, all with crossbanded borders and brass handles, on bracket feet, 33” wide

£500-1,000

1613 A LOUIS XVI STYLE SIDE TABLE, the rectangular top with serpentine borders above a single frieze drawer, with all over scrolling foliate inlay on gilt metal mounts, on slender cabriole legs, 20” wide

£300-500

£300-500

£4,000-7,000

£300-600

£1,500-2,500

1623 A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH GILTWOOD AND MARBLE OCCASIONAL TABLE, the marble inset top with serpentine borders above a shaped carved frieze on cabriole legs with “X”-form stretcher, 38” wide

1617 AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY, MARQUETRY AND SATINWOOD CROSS-BANDED SIDE CABINET, the shaped top with a three-quarter pierced gilt gallery above twin glazed doors enclosing a shelved interior, the doors flanked by panels of foliate marquetry, on short tapering spade feet, 49” wide

£800-1,600

1622 A GEORGE III SATINWOOD BOW FRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS in the manner of Gillows of Lancaster, the shaped crossbanded top above four long graduated drawers with ring handles, on splayed bracket feet, 39” wide. See illustration

1616 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE, the rectangular top with chequered stringing to the border and twin drop flap sides with rounded corners and conforming stringing and geometric veneers, above two short drawers with brass knob handles, on square tapering legs and brass castors, 32” wide

£1,000-2,000

1621 A "PILGRIM" OAK REFECTORY TABLE, the rectangular two plank top on wavy ended trestle supports with two cross-stretchers, on platform feet, 84” wide

1615 A SET OF TWELVE REGENCY ROSEWOOD DINING CHAIRS with gadrooned top rails and broad back rails filled with foliate scrolling holly inlay, above caned seats and squab cushions, on sabre legs (12).

£200-400

1620 A WILLIAM IV ROSEWOOD LIBRARY TABLE, the rectangular top with rounded corners above two flush fitting drawers on twin turned column supports with carved bases and animal paw feet, 58” wide

1614 A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH WALNUT EMPIRE STYLE CHEST OF DRAWERS, the rectangular top above a blind drawer and three long graduated drawers with gilt brass handles between column uprights and block feet, 44” wide

£200-400

£100-200

186

£200-400


Lot 1615

Lot 1622

187


1624 A REGENCY MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE, the rectangular top with a three-quarter raised gallery above a single fitted drawer, on trestle supports with lion mask mounts above an upholstered stretcher and animal paw feet, 24” wide

1631 A SMALL OAK ARCH-TOPPED COFFER, the shaped top above a twin panel front and panelled sides with engraved brass carrying handles, on short bracket feet, 23” wide

£200-400

1625 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY CHEST ON CHEST, the lower section with brushing slide drawers, on bracket feet, 44” wide

1632 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY HANGING CORNER CUPBOARD, the moulded top above a single panel door enclosing a shelved interior, 37” wide

£500-800

1626 A NORTH EUROPEAN BOX, the rectangular top with a marquetry picture of cherubs dancing and playing musical instruments, the front and sides similarly decorated, on short animal paw feet, 17½” wide

£200-400

£150-250

1633 A PAIR OF GEORGE III YEW WOOD ARMCHAIRS, with pierced shaped top rails above ring-turned uprights, with shaped arms and drop-in seats and square legs with pierced brackets and conforming turned stretchers, 37” high (2)

£100-200

£800-1,500 1627 A CHILD’S WINDSOR ARMCHAIR with a hoop-back and pierced central splat above a solid elm seat on turned legs and curved stretcher, 26” high

Provenance: The Collection of the Late S.W. Wolsey

£150-250

1634 A GEORGE I OAK SIDE TABLE, with a broad rectangular top above a single frieze drawer with drop handles on turned legs and square section stretcher, 30” wide £200-400

1628 A GEORGE III CHILD’S ARMCHAIR with a two bar back above a solid seat on square section chamfered uprights with a squab cushion, 20” high

1635 AN AMERICAN “CHIPPENDALE” MAHOGANY SERPENTINE COMMODE, the shaped top with a moulded edge over four graduated drawers flanked by inset canted and fluted angles, on bold moulded ogee bracket feet, circa 1770, 42" wide. See illustration

£150-250

1629 A CHARLES II STYLE OAK JOINT STOOL, the rectangular top on four splayed ring-turned legs with carved rail, 17th century and later, 17” wide

Stylistically this chest of drawers may be compared to a group of case furniture usually attributed to a Massachusetts workshop and dateable to 1760-1780.

£10,000-£15,000

£100-200

1630 A QUEEN ANNE OAK CHEST OF DRAWERS, the rectangular top with a moulded border above three long graduated drawers with moulded fronts and halfround drawer dividers, on square legs, 35½” wide

£1,000-2,000

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Lot 1635

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1636 A PAIR OF GEORGE I STYLE GIRANDOLES, with needlework back panels within scrolling giltwood surrounds, each with a single gilt metal candle branch, 16½” high

1642 A BURMESE HARDWOOD OCCASIONAL TABLE, with a circular marble top on a deep wavy border with all over pierced and carved foliate decoration on three animal paw legs with “X”-form stretcher with a central bird finial, 19” wide

£300-500

1637 A GEORGE I GILTWOOD "LANDSCAPE" MIRROR, with three bevelled plates in a carved gilt frame, 25" x 63"

1643 AN EDWARDIAN WALNUT FRAMED TWO-FOLD SCREEN with a border of pierced heart motifs above panels of Chinese ‘mirror-image’ needlework of scrolling flowers amongst foliage, 48” high

£1,500-£3,000

1638 A SET OF TWELVE ANGLOAMERICAN YEW AND ELM WINDSOR CHAIRS, with leaf-carved and scrolling top rails above a central pierced splat, flanked by turned uprights, with splayed arms and solid seats on cabriole legs with curved stretchers, 41½” high. See illustration

£80-150

1646 A CHINESE HARDWOOD WRITING DESK, the rectangular top with raised back with a pierced gallery and an arrangement of four short drawers and a cupboard, all with all over carved dragon and foliate decoration, the desk with two frieze drawers on cabriole legs with conforming decoration throughout, 33” wide

£400-600

1640 A PAIR OF IRISH STYLE MAHOGANY METAMORPHIC LIBRARY SEATS, each with deep seats and dished backs painted with a pineapple armorial, the chairs opening to form library steps, 36” high (2)

£500-1,000

1647 A CHINESE HARDWOOD STANDARD LAMP, the central column carved with flowering prunus, on a circular base with pierced supports, 69½” high

£400-800

1641 A PAIR OF GEORGE II STYLE STOOLS, each with square tops with drop-in seats on carved aprons and cabriole legs with ball and claw feet, 22” wide (2)

£80-150

1645 A CHINESE LOW ARMCHAIR with central pierced and carved splat within a scrolling surround and conforming arms above a panelled seat on square legs with carved brackets, 33” high

1639 A REGENCY ROSEWOOD DAVENPORT, the sloping fall enclosing an interior fitted with two short and two dummy drawers, above a side cupboard enclosing four short flush fitting drawers, on turned feet and recessed castors, 23” wide

£100-200

1644 A CHINESE GONG ON A HARDWOOD STAND, the top rail carved with dragon’s head finials, on shaped uprights on splayed feet, 35” wide

£10,000-18,000

£100-200

£400-600

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£50-100


Lot 1638

191


1648 A CHINESE HARDWOOD COCKTAIL CABINET, the rectangular top with rounded corners rising to reveal a carved landscape scene above a rising cupboard and fall-front with cupboards below and to either side with all over conforming carved panels of figures amongst buildings and foliage on animal paw effect feet, 33” wide

1654 A GEORGE III WALNUT SIDE TABLE, the rectangular top above a single frieze drawer with moulded border on square tapering legs, 29½” wide

1655 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY SERPENTINE FRONTED CHEST OF DRAWERS, the shaped top with a moulded border above four long graduated drawers between blind-fret canted corners, on ogee bracket feet, 18th century and later, 39” wide

£200-400

1649 A PAIR OF REGENCY STYLE WHITE PAINTED AND GILT MOUNTED WINDOW SEATS, each with scrolling ends and reeded sides with applied palmette decoration, on splayed reeded legs with metal terminals, 60" wide (2)

1650 A PAIR OF GEORGE III MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, with pierced baluster splats, drop-in seats and cabriole legs and four similar chairs (6)

£300-500

1652 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY CARVED ARM CHAIR of Chippendale design with a pierced and carved splat and out turned arms above a drop-in seat and square legs with “H”-form stretcher

£1,200-1,800

1658 A MARBLE TORCHERE, the square rose marble top on a cast gilt metal capital and tapering variegated marble column and stepped base with carved leaf decoration, 49” high

£200-400

1653 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY FRENCH EMPIRE STYLE CONSOLE TABLE, the rectangular variegated green marble top above a shallow frieze drawer on turned tapering legs and platform base with mirror behind, 51½” wide

£200-400

1657 GILLOWS OF LANCASTER: A PAIR OF VICTORIAN CARVED WALNUT ARMCHAIRS, each with upholstered backs, seats and arm supports, the backs carved with differing naturalistic crestings, one of a bird amongst a bunch of grapes, the other with a squirrel amongst nuts, each on turned and carved legs, 48” high, stamped ‘Gillows’ to the inside back leg and numbered 945. See illustration

£800-1600

1651 A GEORGE II MAHOGANY ARM CHAIR with a vase shaped splat and a deep apron and drop-in seat

£800-1,500

1656 A REGENCY STYLE MARBLE TOP OPEN FRONTED BOOKCASE, the veined white marble top above a fluted frieze and open shelves, on animal paw feet, 35” wide

£400-800

£100-200

£250-450

1659 A LARGE PAIR OF VICTORIAN CAST IRON URNS of broad circular form with Bacchanalian head masks and foliate decoration on fluted columns and square section bases, 31” wide

£800-1,500

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£400-800


Lot 1657

193


1666 AN EDWARDIAN QUEEN ANNE REVIVAL WALNUT WINDOW SEAT, the shaped upholstered drop-in seat on four cabriole legs with shell-carved knees and triform feet, 40” wide

1660 A VICTORIAN BURR WALNUT DOUBLE DAVENPORT with inlaid decoration and rising piano top, the straight front enclosing a fitted interior with drawers and retaining the original green and gilt tooled leather surfaces, each side with a panelled cupboard enclosing drawers with recessed brass handles, the front with turned and fluted supports on castors, 37” wide

1667 A LARGE JAPANESE NEEDLEWORK SCREEN, the panel worked with a heron, butterflies, birds, and other creatures amongst bamboo and flowers, within a moulded hardwood surround on scrolled feet, 48” high x 46” wide

£500-800

1661 AN ANGLO-DUTCH LEATHER FOUR-FOLD SCREEN, the panels painted with vase of flowers on a balustrade, with fruit and birds surrounding, each panel, 69” x 18”

£3,000-5,000

£500-1,000

1664 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY TEA TABLE, the rectangular fold-top above a frieze drawer, above a wavy border, on square legs, 31” wide

£800-1,500

1671 A CHINESE RED LACQUERED SIDE CABINET, the rectangular top above two doors with elaborate lock plate and all over butterfly decoration against a red ground, on splayed supports, 25” wide

£150-300

1665 A GEORGE I OAK CHEST OF DRAWERS, the rectangular top with a moulded border above two short and three long graduated drawers with brass handles and key escutcheons, with half round drawer dividers, on bracket feet, 35” wide

£300-500

1670 A VICTORIAN STYLE ROCKING HORSE, the dapple grey horse with leather saddle and harness, on shaped rockers with turned dividers, 41½” high

£500-700

1669 A GEORGE III STYLE OTTOMAN, the rectangular upholstered top on four heavy carved cabriole legs with shell-carved knees and hairy animal paw feet, 482 wide

1663 A GEORGE II STYLE PINE, GILTWOOD AND MARBLE FIRE SURROUND, the broad mantelpiece above carved and gilt mouldings and a green marble lined fire recess, 57” high x 61” wide

£150-250

1668 A PAIR OF ‘GOANESE’ HARDWOOD “X”-FORM STOOLS with dished upholstered seats on all over foliate carved frames with beast head handles, 29” wide (2)

£300-500

1662 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD SIX PANEL DOOR, attributed to John Linnell, the panels decorated with a border of satinwood effect fluting and foliate paterae, with a gilt metal handle, the door 90” high x 44½”. See illustration

£150-250

£400-600

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£200-500


Lot 1662

195


1679 A WILLIAM IV ROSEWOOD CENTRE TABLE, by W & C Wilkinson, the circular top with a moulded border on a leaf-carved column and circular platform base with three downswept legs and brass castors, stamped to the underside ‘W & C Wilkinson, 14 Ludgate Hill, 12779’, 51” wide. See illustration

1672 A PAIR OF REGENCE STYLE STOOLS, with rectangular seats with serpentine edges on scroll and leaf-carved borders with cabriole legs, with squab cushions, 24” wide

£500-800

1673 A LARGE DOME TOPPED COFFER, possibly German, the three plank top with decorative pierced iron-work strap hinges and mounts, the front with an elaborate lock plate, the sides with carrying handles, on a plinth base, 53” wide

1680 A PAIR OF EARLY 20TH CENTURY PORTUGUESE BEDS, the headboards with all over carved and pierced geometric and sunburst decoration and dated Porto, 1904 above a crest, and similarly decorated footboards and later side rails, 45” wide

£300-500

1674 A QUEEN ANNE WALNUT VENEERED CHEST OF DRAWERS, the rectangular top with a moulded border and broad crossbanding and a central panel with satinwood and ebony line stringing with decoratively laid veneers, above two short and two long graduated drawers and conforming veneer, with half round drawer dividers, on bun feet, 38” wide

£500-1,000

£1,000-2,000

£400-800

£200-400

£250-450

£300-500

1684 AN EDWARDIAN ROCOCO REVIVAL ARMCHAIR of asymmetric design, with an upholstered back within a scrolling, moulded and carved frame with gilt highlights, one upholstered arm, the other open, on short cabriole legs, with all over conforming carving and gilt detailing, 30” high

1678 A GEORGE III STYLE OTTOMAN, the rectangular button upholstered top on four mahogany turned tapering legs, 54” x 33”

£500-£1,000

1683 A 17TH CENTURY STYLE ARCH TOPPED DOOR with nailed construction and broad strap hinges, 76” high x 45” wide

1677 A PAIR OF GEORGE II STYLE GILTWOOD WALL MIRRORS, with cartouche-shaped plates within scrolling “C” and “S” scroll carved frames, with foliate detailing, 37” high x 23” wide

£200-400

1682 A JAPANNED FOUR-FOLD SCREEN worked in gold with Oriental figures in boats in a landscape, within a border of vases of flowers and other Oriental motifs, each panel, probably 18th century, 78” x 21½”

1676 A WILLIAM IV ROSEWOOD GREEK REVIVAL DOUBLE ENDED SOFA, in the manner of Gillows, the raised back with moulded top rail, the twin arm supports with carved fronts and moulded crossrail, with turned a reeded legs with brass castors, 73” wide

£300-600

1681 A CARVED AND PAINTED DRESSER RACK, with open shelves with wavy dividers above a pair of cupboard doors and two short drawers, all over painted in red and yellow with flowers and Oriental script, possibly Mongolian, 56” wide

1675 A COMPOSITE SET OF FIFTEEN REGENCY MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, the backs with brass geometric stringing above reeded crossrails, with drop-in seats on turned front legs, including three armchairs (15) See illustration

£800-1,500

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£250-500


Lot 1675

Lot 1679

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1691 A CHARLES II STYLE OAK COURT CUPBOARD, the upper section with a square door mounted with a copper panel stamped ‘Bourdon’ flanked by carved foliate panels, the lower section with two frieze drawers and twin cupboard doors with arcading panels between spiral turned uprights, 44½” wide, 17th century and later

1685 A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH WALNUT LADIES WRITING DESK, the rectangular top with serpentine sides above a central recess and two pairs of short drawers with cast scrolling handles, the reverse with conforming dummy drawers, on cabriole legs, with leaf-carved decoration, 48” wide

£800-1,500

1686 A PIEDMONTESE CHINOISERIE PANEL, in a moulded cartouche-shaped frame decorated with a figure of Chinese warriors fighting mythical beasts in a flowering forest, possibly early 18th century, oil on canvas laid on board, 28” x 54”

1692 AN EARLY VICTORIAN BURR WALNUT AND EBONY STRUNG DAVENPORT, the sloping fall with leather-lined surface within a carved border, with a fitted stationery compartment, above a panelled cupboard, door enclosing four flush fitting short drawers, on platform bases, with turned feet and castors, 23” wide

£600-800

1687 A REGENCY ROSEWOOD AND SATINWOOD STRUNG SOFA TABLE, the rectangular top with drop flaps and with a band of scrolling foliate marquetry, above a single flush fitting drawer, on square tapering columns with a turned cross stretcher, and downswept legs with gilt metal ram’s head castors, 37” wide

£900-1,500 1693 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN STYLE CIRCULAR POUFFES, the circular tops upholstered with a central batten and red striped fabric, with tasselled fringes and four turned and reeded feet, 27” wide (2)

£600-800

1688 A GEORGE III OAK LIVERY CUPBOARD, the upper section with a moulded cornice above twin panelled doors with arch top, fielded panels enclosing a shelved interior, the lower section with two short and three long graduated drawers with oval brass handles, the drawers between quarter recessed columns, all on bracket feet, 51” wide

£500-800

£2,000-4,000

£400-800

£2,000-4,000

1695 A TAPESTRY WALL HANGING with a central rectangular panel worked with a bird standing in water with a building to the distance, and flanked by trees and exuberant foliage, within a scrolling foliate and architectural decoration, 104” x 54” £300-500

1696 A GEORGE I WALNUT BUREAU, the sloping crossbanded fall enclosing a fitted interior with a central recess flanked by short drawers and pigeonholes, the fall above three long graduated drawers with pierced brass handles and key escutcheons, on bracket feet, 31” wide.

1690 A REGENCY ROSEWOOD CIRCULAR TOPPED BREAKFAST TABLE, the top above a shallow frieze on a turned column and triform base with animal paw feet and recessed castors, 54” wide

£400-800

1694 A CHARLES II STYLE OAK WAINSCOT CHAIR, the rectangular back with a panel carved in low relief with a central vase of flowers beneath a decorated arch, with carved and scrolling cresting panels, the solid seat beneath scrolling arm supports on turned legs with rectangular section stretchers, 17th century and later, 44” high

1689 A GEORGE II FREESTANDING MAHOGANY CORNER CUPBOARD in the manner of William Kent, the upper section with two tall two panel doors with arched top, fielded panels between architectural stop-fluted columns, the doors enclosing a shelved interior, the lower section with two panelled doors, on a plinth base, 97” high, 45” wide. See illustration

£500-800

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£600-800


Lot 1689

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1697 AN "HISPANO MORESQUE" HARDWOOD CENTRE TABLE, inlaid in bone with geometric panels incorporating stars and stylised flowerheads, with a rectangular top over a plain frieze with applied mouldings and on four octagonal columns with stepped bases and shaped capitals, the plinth base on shaped bracket feet with moulded bases, 47" x 32". See illustration

Provenance: Private Collection, West Dorset

ÂŁ2,000-4,000

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1698 AN ANGLO-DUTCH GILTWOOD AND VERRE EGLOMISE MIRROR in the manner of Daniel Marot, with a shaped cresting centred by an oval mirror plate flanked by leafy scrolls, flowerheads and gadrooned urns of flowers, the principle rectangular bevelled plate enclosed by carved and incised mouldings, basically, late 17th/early 18th century, 47½" high x 26½" wide. See illustration

Provenance: A Noble family, Dorset

£5,000-10,000

This mirror may be compared to a larger pier glass attributed to John Gumley in the Collection of the Duke of Devonshire, Chatsworth, illustrated by Adam Bowett in "English Furniture: 1660-1714" page 302, pl. 9.55

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Glossary of Cataloguing Terms The auctioneers are always pleased to discuss individual lots with prospective purchasers prior to the auction and will provide condition reports on request. If you require clarification of any terms employed in the catalogue please do not hesitate to seek advice. The auctioneers are also pleased to discuss lots which may have been altered, repaired, or restored. The term basically used in conjunction with a date (ie. basically 18th century) indicates that, in our opinion, the item may have undergone restoration, repair, or alteration. It also indicates that only an element of the piece may date from the period stated in the description. The absence of the term basically does not imply that an item is without restoration, repair, or alteration. The use of inverted comas around a word or phrase (ie. “pearl”) indicates that the piece, or object, may not be what it is purporting to be. (ie. a simulated pearl). If you are in doubt our specialists are available prior to the auction to offer guidance and advice. With Chinese ceramics and works of art, if the catalogue states that the object in question bears a mark, but it does not state “and of the period” it indicates that we believe the lot in question may not date from the period suggested by the mark. Clearly, references to the colour of jade are subjective and again buyers are advised to inspect personally any items on which they intend to bid to ensure the colour meets with their expectation.

Descriptions of property in this catalogue do not always indicate condition, repair or damage. Buyers are earnestly advised to inspect personally any lot they intend to purchase. Weights and measurements are approximate and should be verified by intending purchasers

Paintings, Drawings and Prints

The use of onverted comas around the name of an artist, or date, in connetion with a signature, or inscription (ie. signed “Nicholas Chevalier”) indicates that the signature, or inscription, may have been added by another hand.

Artist’s Resale Right From mid February 2006 living artists are entitled by law to receive a resale royalty each time their work is resold by or to an art market professional. From 1st January 2012 the Right has been extended to include sales of works by artists who have died within the last 70 years (following the existing term of copyright). Royalties will be payable to the families and beneficiaries of these artists. An art work must be resold for more than 1,000 Euros to qualify for the right. The rates payable are calculated as a percentage of the hammer price and are set out in a sliding scale from 4% to 0.25%. The charge is exclusive of VAT. The auctioneers reserve the right to pass all of the cost to the person buying the qualifying art work

Coloured Gem Stones Prospective buyers of coloured gemstones should be aware that some stones might have been treated to enhance their colour or clarity. Sapphires and rubies are commonly heat-treated and emeralds are commonly oiled. In the case of oiling, this may need to be redone after a period of years. The international jewellery trade has generally accepted these methods.


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CONDITIONS OF SALE Duke’s carries on business with bidders, buyers and all those present in the auction room prior to or in connection with a sale on the following General Conditions and on such other terms, conditions and notices as may be referred to herein.

(2) We shall, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf pursue these rights and remedies only so far as is reasonable to make appropriate recovery in respect of breach of these conditions

1 DEFINITIONS In these Conditions: (a) “auctioneer” means the firm of Duke’s or its authorised auctioneer, as appropriate; (b) “deliberate forgery” means an imitation made with the intention of deceiving as to authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source but which is unequivocally described in the catalogue as being the work of a particular creator and which at the date of the sale had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been in accordance with the description; (c) “hammer price” means the level of bidding reached (at or above any reserve) when the auctioneer brings down the hammer; (d) “terms of consignment” means the stipulated terms and rates of commission on which Duke’s accepts instructions from sellers or their agents; (e) “total amount due” means the hammer price in respect of the lot sold together with any premium, Value Added Tax chargeable and any additional charges payable by a defaulting buyer under these Conditions; (f) “sale proceeds” means the net amount due to the seller, being the hammer price of the lot sold less commission at the stated rate, Value Added Tax chargeable and any other amounts due to us by the seller in whatever capacity and however arising; (g) “You”, “Your”, etc. refer to the buyer as identified in Condition 2. (h) The singular includes the plural and vice versa as appropriate.

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2 BIDDING PROCEDURES AND THE BUYER (a) Bidders are required to register their particulars before bidding and to satisfy any security arrangements before entering the auction room to view or bid; (b) the maker of the highest bid accepted by the auctioneer conducting the sale shall be the buyer at the hammer price and any dispute about a bid shall be settled at the auctioneer’s absolute discretion by reoffering the Lot during the course of the auction or otherwise. The auctioneer shall act reasonably in exercising this discretion. (c) Bidders shall be deemed to act as principals. (d) Once made, no bid may be withdrawn. (e) Our right to bid on behalf of the seller is expressly reserved up to the amount of any reserve and the right to refuse any bid is also reserved. 3 INCREMENTS Bidding increments shall be at the auctioneer’s sole discretion. 4

THE PURCHASE PRICE The buyer shall pay the hammer price together with a premium thereon of 19.5% plus VAT on the premium at the rate imposed by law.

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VALUE ADDED TAX Value Added Tax on the hammer price is imposed by law on all items affixed with an asterisk or double asterisk. Value Added Tax is charged at the appropriate rate prevailing by law at the date of sale and is payable by buyers of relevant Lots. *VAT payable at 5.00% on the hammer price and 20% on the buyers premium.

6 PAYMENT (1) Immediately a Lot is sold you will: (a) give to us, if requested, proof of identity, and (b) pay to us the total amount due in cash or in such other way as is agreed by us. (2) Any payments by you to us may be applied by us towards any sums owing from you to us on any account whatever without regard to any directions of you or your agent, whether express or implied. 7 TITLE AND COLLECTION OF PURCHASES (1) The ownership of any Lots purchased shall not pass to you until you have made payment in full to us of the total amount due. (2) You shall at your own risk and expense take away any lots that you have purchased and paid for not later than 3 working days following the day of the auction or upon the clearance of any cheque used for payment after which you shall be responsible for any removal, storage and insurance charges. (3) No purchase can be claimed or removed until it has been paid for. 8 REMEDIES FOR NON-PAYMENT OR FAILURE TO COLLECT PURCHASES (1) If any Lot is not paid for in full and taken away in accordance with these Conditions or if there is any other breach of these Conditions, we, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf, shall at our absolute discretion and without prejudice to any other rights we may have, be entitled to exercise one or more of the following rights and remedies: (a) to proceed against you for damages for breach of contract; (b) to rescind the sale of that Lot and/or any other Lots sold by us to you; (c) to resell the Lot (by auction or private treaty) in which case you shall be responsible for any resulting deficiency in the total amount due (after crediting any part payment and adding any resale costs). Any surplus so arising shall belong to the seller; (d) to remove, store and insure the Lot at your expense and, in the case of storage, either at our premises or elsewhere; (e) to charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.5% per month on the total amount due to the extent it remains unpaid for more than 3 working days after the sale; (f) to retain that or any other Lot sold to you until you pay the total amount due; (g) to reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions or to impose conditions before any such bids shall be accepted; (h) to apply any proceeds of sale of other Lots due or in future becoming due to you towards the settlement of the total amount due and to exercise a lien (that is a right to retain possession of) any of your property in our possession for any purpose until the debt due is satisfied.

THIRD PARTY LIABILITY All members of the public on our premises are there at their own risk and must note the lay-out of the accommodation and security arrangements. Accordingly neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall incur liability for death or personal injury (except as required by law by reason of our negligence) or similarly for the safety of the property of persons visiting prior to or at a sale.

10 COMMISSION BIDS Whilst prospective buyers are strongly advised to attend the auction and are always responsible for any decision to bid for a particular Lot and shall be assumed to have carefully inspected and satisfied themselves as to its condition we will if so instructed clearly and in writing execute bids on their behalf. Neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall be responsible for any failure to do so save where such failure is unreasonable. Where two or more commission bids at the same level are recorded we reserve the right in our absolute discretion to prefer the first bid so made. 11 WARRANTY OF TITLE AND AVAILABILITY The seller warrants to the auctioneer and you that the seller is the true owner of the property consigned or is properly authorised by the true owner to consign it for sale and is able to transfer good and marketable title to the property free from any third party claims. 12 AGENCY The auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by sellers or buyers. 13 TERMS OF SALE The seller acknowledges that Lots are sold subject to the stipulations of these Conditions in their entirety and on the Terms of Consignment as notified to the consignor at the time of the entry of the Lot. 14 DESCRIPTIONS AND CONDITION (1) Whilst we seek to describe lots accurately, it may be impractical for us to carry out exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Prospective buyers are given ample opportunities to view and inspect before any sale and they (and any independent experts on their behalf) must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any description applied to a lot. Prospective buyers also bid on the understanding that, inevitably, 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 shall be honestly and reasonably held and accept liability for opinions given negligently or fraudulently. Subject to the foregoing neither we the auctioneer nor our employees or agents nor the seller accept liability for the correctness of such opinions and all conditions and warranties, whether relating to description, condition or quality of lots, express, implied or statutory, are hereby excluded. This Condition is subject to the next following Condition concerning deliberate forgeries and applies save as provided for in paragraph 6 “information to buyers”. (2) Private treaty sales made under these Conditions are deemed to be sales by auction for purposes of consumer legislation. 15 FORGERIES Notwithstanding the preceding Condition, any Lot which proves to be a deliberate forgery (as defined) may be returned to us by you within 21 days of the auction provided it is in the same condition as when bought, and is accompanied by particulars identifying it from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement of defects. If we are satisfied from the evidence presented that the Lot is a deliberate forgery we shall refund the money paid by you for the Lot including any buyer’s premium provided that (1) if the catalogue description reflected the accepted view of scholars and experts as at the date of sale or (2) you personally are not able to transfer a good and marketable title to us, you shall have no rights under this condition. The right of return provided by this Condition is additional to any right or remedy provided by law or by these Conditions of Sale. 16 GENERAL We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person. (1) any right to compensation for losses liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of these Conditions and any exclusions provided by them shall be available to the seller and/or the auctioneer as appropriate. (2). Such rights and exclusions shall extend to and be deemed to be for the benefit of employees and agents of the seller and/or the auctioneer who may themselves enforce them. (3) Any notice to any buyer, seller, bidder or viewer may be given by first class mail or Swiftmail in which case it shall be deemed to have been received by the addressee 48 hours after posting. (4) Special terms may be used in catalogue descriptions of particular classes of items in which case the descriptions must be interpreted in accordance with any glossary appearing at the commencement of the catalogue. (5) Any indulgence extended to bidders buyers or sellers by us notwithstanding the strict terms of these Conditions or of the Terms of Consignment shall affect the position at the relevant time only and in respect of that particular concession only; in all other respects these Conditions shall be construed as having full force and effect. (6) English law applies to the interpretation of these Conditions. 16 DEBIT AND CREDIT CARDS Due to problems with fraudulent debit and credit card transactions payments over the telephone cannot be made for invoices totalling more than £200 unless the Buyers are known to Duke’s. Payment can be made in person using a chip and pin number, bank transfer, cash up to £9,000, or cheque (allow six working days for clearance).


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CONDITIONS OF SALE (continued) CHEQUES The Auctioneers regret that they are unable to accept cheques in payment for purchases, except where arrangements have been made beforehand, well in advance of sale day. Intending purchasers are asked to instruct their bank to contact the Auctioneer’s bank (Natwest, 49 South Street, Dorchester) as early as possible, to confirm clearance in writing up to a stated maximum amount to ensure that a cheque will be accepted on sale day. In the absence of such information, a Banker’s Draft, a Building Society cheque or cash will be required to allow removal of goods on sale day. Purchasers may not otherwise remove goods until their cheques are cleared by the Auctioneers’ bank. Live Bidding Duke’s Auctioneers offer an online bidding service via the-saleroom.com for bidders who cannot attend the sale. In completing the bidder registration on www.the-saleroom.com and providing your credit card details (unless alternative arrangements are agreed with Duke’s Auctioneers) you: 1. authorise Duke’s Auctioneers, if they so wish, to charge the credit card given in part or full payment, including all fees, for items successfully purchased in the auction via the-saleroom.com, and 2. confirm that you are authorised to provide these credit card details to Duke’s Auctioneers through www.the-saleroom.com and agree that Duke’s Auctioneers are entitled to ship the goods to the card holder name and card holder address provided in fulfilment of the sale. P lease note that any lots purchased via the-saleroom.com live auction service will be subject to an additional 3% commission charge + VAT at the rate imposed on the hammer price. Clicking the bid button is a commitment to buy. THIRD PARTY LIABILITY Any person or his personal property at Melplash Court, Dorset, or on the auctioneers premises, before, during, or after the auction, shall be deemed to be there at their own risk and will have no claim against the auctioneers in respect of any injury sustained, or accident which may occur. IMPORTANT NOTICE TO BUYERS OF FURNITURE All items are held at the risk of the Buyer. If they are not removed within 5 working days of the sale the Auctioneers will instruct a carrier to remove them to storage. The Buyer will be responsible for paying the aforementioned carrier all charges incurred and for making arrangements in advance for the removal of items from their store after payment of their charges on production of our reciept for the items.


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Bidding Form I hereby instruct Duke’s to bid the following amounts on the lots stated, without any legal obligation on their part. I agree that these bids are subject to buyers premium and VAT as applicable, and to the conditions of sale printed in the auction catalogue. Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Grove Auctions Telephone: (01305) 257544 Facsimile: (01305) 259953

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The Fine Art Salerooms Telephone: (01305) 265080 Facsimile: (01305) 260101


Duke’s AUCTIONEERS SINCE 1823

Bidding Form I hereby instruct Duke’s to bid the following amounts on the lots stated, without any legal obligation on their part. I agree that these bids are subject to buyers premium and VAT as applicable, and to the conditions of sale printed in the auction catalogue. Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Grove Auctions Telephone: (01305) 257544 Facsimile: (01305) 259953

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The Fine Art Salerooms Telephone: (01305) 265080 Facsimile: (01305) 260101


Duke’s Wednesday 5th December, Silver. Thursday 6th December, Jewellery. Friday 7th December, Furniture.

2012

PRINTED IN DORCHESTER BY EPIC QUALITY PRINT

Wednesday 5th December, Silver Thursday 6th December, Jewellery Friday 7th December, Furniture


Duke's Auction - 5th, 6th & 7th December 2012