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Duke’s Thursday, 5th and Friday, 6th December. Silver and Jewellery.

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CERAMICS AUCTION: 13th February 2014

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A pair of Paris porcelain floral decorated vases 18" high Estimate: £500-£1,000

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A F Isian N E P A Irt NTINGS 10thNovember April 20142013 AUCTION: 7th

Roger Eliot Fry (1866-1934), Self-portrait, oil on canvas, 21 x 17”. A fine underglaze blue and red bottle vase, the base with a Qianlong seal mark in underglaze blue, 11 ¼”for high Sold £38,240 Estimate: £20,000 – £40,000 a record price achieved at auction for a Roger Fry painting.

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Thursday Friday, 15th 5th NOVEMBER December 2013 2013 10.30am 10.30am The Guy Davey Collection of Menu Card Holders Part IV Chinese Snuff Bottles Silver Plate Chinese and Japanese Metalwork Silver and Related Items Chinese, Japanese and Korean Ceramics & Glass Flatware Chinese and Japanese Textiles & Pictures Portrait Miniatures, Gold and Objets D’Art Chinese and Japanese Ivory & Wood Coins Islamic and Hindu Works of Art Chinese Jade and Stone Carving Chinese Furniture

Friday 6th December 2013 10.30am Watches and Carriage Clocks Jewellery A Private Collection of Folios Works of Art Clocks & Scientific Instruments Carpets and Rugs Furniture

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The Guy D avey Col l ection of Menu C ard Hol ders Part I V 1 NAVAL INTEREST: A SET OF SIX EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS of scroll form, each engraved with the name of a different ship and date, including "HMS Agincourt, 1882", with wirework stands by ASC, London 1910, 2½" long, (c.2.7oz)

7 A SET OF FOUR PARCEL GILT MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled as bugles, on stepped circular bases, filled, monogrammed, by CJF, London 1914, 1¾" high. See illustration

£100-200

£100-200

2 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN CAST MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled as shells, by WH & Co. Ltd, London 1894, together with a similar pair with wirework backs, also London 1894, 3" high (4)

8 A SET OF THREE MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled as horseshoes, on circular filled bases, by Mappin & Webb, Birmingham 1912/1917, 1½" high, and three other menu card holders in the form of horseshoes (6)

£100-200

3 A SET OF SIX MENU CARD HOLDERS in the form of deities, on circular domed bases, the underside marked "Siam Sterling", ¾" high, (c.10oz)

£100-200

9 A SET OF FOUR MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of trees with hoop stems, by Charles Stuart Harris & Sons, London 1934, 2" high, and a set of four scroll-style Victorian menu holders (c.7.5oz) (8)

£100-200

4 CARTIER: A SET OF FOUR MENU CARD HOLDERS of scroll form, each centred with a wreath and engraved with the initials "AC", with pierced easel backs and bearing French duty marks, 1½" high, (c.4.6oz). See illustration

£100-200

10 A SET OF FOUR EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of a clover, a thistle, a leek and a rose, on octagonal bases, by WH & Co. Ltd, Birmingham 1906, 1" high.

£200-400

£100-200

5 A SET OF SIX EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS in the form of medallions surrounded by wreaths, depicting English monarchs, by JP, London 1910, 1½" high, (c.9.4oz). See illustration

11 A SET OF FOUR MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of ribbon-tied wreaths, on circular bases, by S.I. Ltd, Chester 1923, 1" high

£200-400

6 A SET OF FOUR MENU CARD HOLDERS of disc form, each centre engraved with a star, by S. Mordan & Co., London 1923, 1" high, and another similar set of four, (c.6.7oz) (8)

£80-160

12 A SET OF FIVE MENU CARD HOLDERS pierced in the form of different dates, with "D"-shaped stands, by H.C.D., Birmingham 1927, 1¾" high, (c.3.5oz)

£100-200

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£100-200


Lots 4, 5, and 7

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13 A PAIR OF CHINESE MENU CARD HOLDERS in the form of Chinese characters, on "V"-shaped stands, by Luen Wo, 2" high, and a large Indian unmarked example depicting figures amongst scrolls (3)

19 A SET OF THREE EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of open oyster shells, on filled circular bases, by Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1904-1906, 1½" high (3)

£80-160

14 A CAST MENU CARD HOLDER modelled as a perching bird amongst plants, on an oval base, by Berthold Müller, bearing import marks for 1925, 2¼" high, and three other examples including a peacock (c.7.5oz) (4). See illustration

20 A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS/SALTS modelled in the form of scallop shells, with gilt interiors, on wirework stems, and ball feet, by JGB/EED, London 1898, 3¾" high, and a pair modelled as oak leaves and acorns (4)

£200-400

£100-200

£80-160

24 A MATCHED SET OF SEVEN EDWARDIAN AND LATER MENU CARD HOLDERS of plain disc form, with circular bases, by S. Mordan & Co., Chester 1904/1913, 1¼" high (c.5.7oz) (7)

£100-200

18 A SET OF THREE ART NOUVEAU MENU CARD HOLDERS of circular form, depicting maidens heads amongst flowers, by H. Matthews, Birmingham 1905/1909, 1" high, and two similar examples (5)

£80-160

23 A PAIR OF MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of wish-bones on rectangular bases and ball feet, by M & C, Birmingham 1910, 1½" high, and a similar pair with hoop backs (4)

£80-160

17 A SET OF FOUR MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled as dogs on disc bases, by Grey & Co., Chester 1931, 1" high (4)

£100-200

22 A SET OF FOUR LATE VICTORIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled as a thistle, a rose and a clover, by Saunders and Shepherd, Chester 1899/1902/1905, 1½" high (4)

16 A SET OF THREE EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS of shaped rectangular form, surmounted by shells and flanked by angels, by L.E. Birmingham 1901/1902, 1½" high, and a pair of scroll examples (5)

£80-160

21 A SET OF FOUR MENU CARD HOLDERS of cut-out circular form, on disc bases, initialled, by A.W., Birmingham 1932, 1¼" high (4)

15 A SET OF FOUR MENU CARD HOLDERS in the form of crests with mottos beneath, with hooped backs on rectangular bases, by William Hutton & Sons, Sheffield 1924, 2¼" high, (c.4.2oz)

£80-160

£80-160

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£80-160


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30 MILITARY INTEREST: A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of the badge of the Royal Artillery, on filled rectangular bases, by Gray & Co., Birmingham 1908, 2" high

25 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN SILVER AND ENAMEL MENU CARD HOLDERS of circular form with sprung disc backs, enamelled with scenes of snipes by water, by Sampson Mordan & Co., Chester 1907/1908, 1.2" high. See illustration

£100-200

31 MILITARY INTEREST: A MIXED LOT OF MENU CARD HOLDERS of mixed makers and dates (6)

26 HUNTING INTEREST: A SET OF FOUR EDWARDIAN SILVER AND ENAMEL GAME BIRD MENU CARD HOLDERS of circular form with sprung disc backs, each decorated in polychrome enamels with a different game bird, by Sampson Mordan & Co., Chester 1904, 1" high. See illustration

£300-600

£100-200

£80-160

34 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS pierced "MENU", makers mark obscured, London 1906, 2" high, and a pair of pierced Scottish examples by Hamilton & Inches (4)

£80-160

35 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN NOVELTY MENU CARD HOLDERS in the form of patten shoes, by G.W., Sheffield 1909, 2¾" long

£100-200

29 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER AND ENAMEL MENU CARD HOLDER of circular form, sprung disc back, with a polychrome enamelled scene of a game bird, on a circular base, by Sampson Mordan & Co., Chester 1906, 1¼" high, together with an Edwardian silver and enamel menu card holder of shield form depicting a pheasant, also with engraved initials to the base, by JWB, Birmingham 1906 (2). See illustration

£80-160

33 A SET OF FOUR METALWARE MENU CARD HOLDERS in the form of hissing cobras, 2¾" high, and a matched pair of Scottish menu card holders modelled as mermaids (6)

28 HUNTING INTEREST: TWO SIMILAR SILVER AND ENAMEL MENU CARD HOLDERS of circular form with sprung disc backs, each decorated in polychrome enamels with a game bird, by Sampson Mordan & Co., Chester 1907/1908, 1¼" high. See illustration

£100-200

32 A SET OF FOUR MENU CARD HOLDERS of plain disc form engraved with the crest of the "First Lifeguards", by the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd, London 1918, 1¼" high

27 HUNTING INTEREST: A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN SILVER AND ENAMEL MENU CARD HOLDERS of circular form with sprung disc backs, each decorated in polychrome enamels with a game bird, by Sampson Mordan & Co., Chester 1904, 1¼" high. See illustration

£80-160

£80-160 36 A PART SET OF LATE VICTORIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS in the form of musical instruments, of wirework form, by Saunders and Shepherd, Chester 1897/1898, 3" high

£100-200

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£80-160


Lots 25, 26, 27, 28 and 29

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43 A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS of pierced scroll form with engraved cartouches, by Samuel Jacob, London 1896, and a similar pair, 2¼" high (4)

37 A SET OF FOUR SILVER GILT MENU CARD HOLDERS in the form of pierced monograms, on shaped rectangular bases, the undersides marked "Sterling", and a set of six pierced menu card holders, also marked "Sterling" to the bases (10)

£80-160

44 A SET OF FOUR MENU CARD HOLDERS of cut-out circular form, depicting animals and dogs, on circular bases with wire-work backs, by AW, Birmingham 1931, 1" high (4)

38 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS in the form of fans, each embossed with putti, by SB, London 1890, 2¼" high, and four other similar menu card holders, (c.10.5oz) (6). See illustration

£100-200

46 A SET OF SIX ROYAL COMMEMORATIVE MENU CARD HOLDERS of wirework form, surmounted by crowns, unmarked, 1½" high, and a set of six pierced menu card holders applied with cherubs and swags, also unmarked, 1½" high (12)

£100-200

40 NAVAL INTEREST: AN EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDER modelled in the form of crossed anchors mounted with different enamel flags, and with an engraved inscription "England Expects That Every Man Will Do His Duty", on a circular filled base, by Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1905, 1½" high, and three other nautical themed menu card holders (4)

£80-160

45 HUNTING INTEREST: A MATCHED PAIR OF CUT-OUT STYLE MENU CARD HOLDERS depicting animals and birds, by Mappin & Webb, Birmingham 1912/1927, 1¼" high, and three other similar examples (5)

£200-400

39 LEPIDOPTERA INTEREST: A pair of Edwardian silver mounted menu card holders of rectangular form, inlaid with butterflies, the holders complete with cut-out card descriptions, by Gray & Co., London 1903, also bearing a retailers mark of Wilson & Gill, 139 Regent Street, London, 3" long, and a matched incomplete example (3). See illustration

£80-160

£100-200 47 A SET OF FOUR MENU CARD HOLDERS of circular disc form, engraved with the initial "N", by SB & S Ltd, Chester 1910/1912, 1¼" high, and a pair of disc menu card holders by Garrards, with applied crowns (6)

£100-200

£100-200

41 A SET OF FOUR EDWARDIAN AND LATER MENU CARD HOLDERS of cartouche form, with oval wire backs, each engraved with a griffin crest, by RS, London 1906/1909/1912, 1½" high, and a pair of pierced menu card holders (6)

48 A PAIR OF MENU CARD HOLDERS in the form of wreathes centred with thistles, by S & I, Chester 1931/1933, 1½" high, and two disc examples applied with unicorns (4)

£100-200

42 ORDNANCE CORPS INTEREST: A PAIR OF MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the forms of flaming shells, on filled circular bases, by Gray & Co., Chester 1917, 2½" high, and a menu card holder in the form of a canon (3)

£80-160 16

£80-160


Lots 38 and 39

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55 A COLLECTION OF MENU CARD HOLDERS entitled "Menu" including one by William Comyns, London 1903, and six other examples (a lot)

49 COMMONWEALTH INTEREST: A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN SILVER MOUNTED MENU CARD HOLDERS inset with Aynsley ceramic plaques decorated with polychrome enamel shields, the reverse also bearing registration marks, on filled circular bases, by WTI, London 1906, 1¾" high. See illustration

56 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN PIERCED MENU CARD HOLDERS of "L"-shaped form, by Gibson & Langman, London 1896, 2¾" high, and three other pierced pairs (8)

£100-200

50 MILITARY INTEREST: A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER AND ENAMEL MENU CARD HOLDERS bearing the arms of the Royal Lancers, by W.R.C, London 1895, 2" high, and a pair of wirework menu card holders with enamelled crests (4). See illustration

£100-200

£100-200

57 A SMALL COLLECTION OF CONTINENTAL MENU CARD HOLDERS including a Dutch example, two unmarked examples and a Maltese example, the latter 4¼" high (4)

£100-200

£80-160 51 A PAIR OF MENU CARD HOLDERS in the form of shields enamelled with the French and German flags, on octagonal bases, by WH & Co. Ltd, Birmingham 1915, 1" high, and a similar example (3). See illustration

58 A PAIR OF SCOTTISH MENU CARD HOLDERS of Luckenbooth style, by W & S, Edinburgh, 1900, 1" high, and a similar example and a pair of Victorian pierced menu card holders (5)

£100-200

52 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS in the form of three leaf clovers with wire-work backs, by JT, London 1909, 1" high, and a pair of circular menu card holders with glass inserts and one further pair (6)

59 A PAIR OF ISLAMIC STYLE MENU CARD HOLDERS of triangular form with lines of script to the bases, the reverses marked "JB & Co." and "Silver", 3½" high, and three metal mounted inlaid menu card holders, with ribbon and reed borders (5)

£100-200

53 A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS in the form of wirework hearts, by WRC, London 1898, 3½" long, and two Scottish examples (4)

£80-160

60 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled as drapery and festoons, each surmounted with a coronet, with wirework backs and ball feet, by William Hutton & Sons, London 1894, 3" high, and two further pairs of menu card holders in the form of masks (6)

£80-160

54 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS in the form of sailing galleons, by Arthur Cox, London 1907, 2" high, and two naval examples and a larger example (5)

£80-160

£100-200

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£100-200


Lots 49, 50 and 51

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61 ROYAL INTEREST: A COMMEMORATIVE MENU CARD HOLDER for the Coronation of Elizabeth II, on a shaped oval base, by Naylor Bros, London 1953, 1" high, and a second commemorative example by R.E. Stone, London 1935 (2), retailed by Asprey (2)

67 A SET OF SIX JAPANESE KOMAI STYLE MENU CARD HOLDERS with gilt metal stands, depicting scenes of mountains and buildings, 1" high

68 A PAIR OF NEO-CLASSICAL STYLE GILT METAL MOUNTED AND GLASS MENU CARD HOLDERS with pierced oval stands, surmounted by glass plaques with engraved mythical scenes, on rococo style bases, together with a third example, 2" high, unmarked (3)

£80-160

62 A PAIR OF NOVELTY MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of geese pulling a Christmas pudding, by Chrisford & Norris, Birmingham 1911, 2½" long, and a pair disc-shaped menu card holders with engine-turned centres (4)

£100-200

£100-200 72 A SMALL COLLECTION OF FIGURAL MENU CARD HOLDERS including a large example modelled in the form of a classical figure leaning against a pillar, by William Hutton & Sons, London 1902, 4" high, and four other examples of mixed makers and dates, (c.6.3oz) (5)

£200-400

66 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS of pierced form, with chased circular bases, crested, by the Barnards, London, 1874, 1¾" high, and a pair of unmarked examples applied with the Prince of Wales feathers (4)

£100-200

71 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN PIERCED MENU CARD HOLDERS of shaped oval form, by JB/SJ, London 1885, a pair by Saunders and Shepherd, 1½" high, and six others (c.5.3oz) (10)

65 A COLLECTION OF MENU CARD HOLDERS in the form of animals and birds, including a pair of eagles, by Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh 1919, and several cast examples, of mixed makers and dates (11). See illustration

£80-160

70 A PAIR OF BRITANNIA STANDARD MENU CARD HOLDERS of octagonal form, London 1921, 1" high, and a presentation menu card holder in the form of a rudder, London 1895, and four further menu card holders (7)

£80-160

64 A SCOTTISH CAST PRESENTATION MENU CARD HOLDER modelled in the form of a soldier, the stand in the form of a thistle, by J.T. Glasgow 1909, 1½" high, and a presentation Regimental menu card holder in the form of prancing stag, by the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. London 1918, 3" high (2)

£100-200

69 A SILVER MOUNTED MENU CARD HOLDER of circular form, inset with a Royal Worcester plaque depicting a still life of fruit, and signed "W..Bee", on a filled circular base, makers mark rubbed, Birmingham 1928, 2¾" high

£80-160

63 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS of disc form, the centres engraved with a crest and the motto "Pro Aris Et Focis", the reverse reading "Guaranteed Free Renewal", by S. Mordan & Co., Chester 1906, 1½" high, and a pair of Royal Artillery menu card holders (4)

£80-160

£100-200

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£100-200


Lot 65

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73 A PAIR OF NOVELTY MENU CARD HOLDERS, one modelled in the form of the Mad Hatter, the other in the form of Alice, on filled circular bases, by Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1906, 1¾" high

79 REGIMENTAL INTEREST: A PAIR OF MENU CARD HOLDERS bearing the crest of the Cheshire Regiment, on filled stepped circular bases, by William Comyns, London 1912, 2½" high, and a quantity of regimental and military menu card holders, of mixed makers and dates (12). See illustration

£80-160

74 A LATE VICTORIAN CAST MENU CARD HOLDER modelled in the form of a thistle, by G.W. Sheffield 1896, and two cast Art Nouveau menu card holders (c.3.8oz) (3)

80 A SCOTTISH MENU CARD HOLDER pierced in the form of thistles, engraved with a crest and motto, by Brook & Sons, Edinburgh 1894, 2½" high, and ten other pierced menu card holders of mixed makers and dates (a lot)

£80-150

75 A SMALL COLLECTION OF MENU CARD HOLDERS comprising one in the form of "The Trusty Servant", by Frederick James Ross, Chester 1907, and seven other examples, some unmarked (a lot)

£80-160

£100-200 82 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS pierced in the form of birds amongst foliage, by Gray & Co., Birmingham 1896, 1½" high, and eight further menu card holders of mixed makers and dates, (c.6.5oz)

£100-200

77 HUNTING INTEREST: A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN SILVER MOUNTED MENU CARD HOLDERS depicting applied scenes of hunts, on filled circular bases, by Saunders and Shepherd, Chester 1906 (AF), 3½" high, and four further menu card holders of mixed makers and dates (6)

£100-200

83 A PAIR OF SCOTTISH MENU CARD HOLDERS of oval form, engraved with the arms of the "University Club", on wirework stands, by Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh 1935, 1¾" high, and a small collection of menu card holders of mixed makers and dates (10)

£100-200

78 A LATE VICTORIAN MENU CARD HOLDER in the form of two cherubs swinging on a branch, by Deakin & Francis, Birmingham 1897, 1½" high, and three other similar examples of mixed makers and dates (4)

£100-200

81 TIFFANY & CO: A MENU HOLDER in the form of a pineapple, with a pierced ribbon base marked "Tiffany & Co." and "Sterling", and seven other menu card holders of mixed makers, dates and designs (a lot)

76 AN EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDER modelled in the form of a horse and carriage, by William Comyns, London 1903, 2" high, and a small collection of menu holders of mixed makers and dates (10)

£200-400

£100-200

84 A MENU CARD HOLDER modelled in the form of a cricket bat, ball and set of stumps, by William Comyns, Birmingham 1913, 1½" high, and a collection of menu card holders of mixed makers and dates, (12)

£80-160

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£100-200


Lot 79

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85 AN EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDER modelled as a vintage car, by H.B. Birmingham 1905, 1½" high, and a small collection of menu card holders of mixed makers and dates (10)

91 A MATCHED SET OF FOUR NOVELTY MENU CARD HOLDERS, each modelled in the form of a different animal, on a quartz base with double hoop back, one with additional wooden base, by Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1911

£100-200

92 FISHING INTEREST: A SET OF FOUR MENU CARD HOLDERS of circular form, each inset with a fishing fly, glass fronts, on loaded bases, by the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co., London 1926, 2" high (4)

86 A PRESENTATION MENU CARD HOLDER of double medallion form, decorated in relief with guards on horseback, the reverse possibly reading "Hackney Horse Society", by J.C. Ltd, Birmingham 1913, 4" long, and a collection of menu card holders of mixed makers and dates (10)

£100-200

£100-200

£80-160 95 A SET OF FOUR 9CT GOLD MENU CARD HOLDERS of oval pierced form, applied with the crest and motto of the Dukes of Bedford, on oval disc bases, 1" high, (c.48.5grams). See illustration

£100-200

89 A SET OF SIX EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS inset with blue Wedgwood ceramic bosses depicting classical scenes, with ring back, on circular loaded bases, by John and William Deakin, Chester 1906/7, 1¾" high

£300-600 96 A SET OF THREE MENU CARD HOLDERS of oval form, each depicting a running horse on a green enamelled background, by Richard Comyns, London 1930, 2½" high, and a set of six novelty menu card holders in the form of top hats, by DRH, Birmingham 1930, 0½" high

£80-160 90 A SET OF FOUR EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS of circular form, applied with sunflower motifs, on filled circular bases, by CB, London 1904, 1" high

£100-200

94 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled as recumbent rabbits, with red glass eyes, on oval slot bases, by WH, London 1908, 0½" high

88 A SET OF FOUR MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled as rose heads, by Frederick James Ross, Chester 1913, 1" high, and a harlequin set of four Victorian and later menu card holders of triangular pierced form (8)

£200-400

93 A SET OF FOUR EDWARDIAN MENU CARD HOLDERS of oval form with inset panels depicting a mallard, a hare, a pheasant and a rabbit, on circular bases, Chester 1904, 2½" high

87 BURMA/INDIA INTEREST: A PAIR OF MILITARY PRESENTATION MENU CARD HOLDERS in the form of presentation medals, "For Long Service and Good Conduct in Burma 1885/7 and Central India", with easel backs, by Horton and Allday, Birmingham 1901, in a fitted case, 3" high. See illustration

£80-160

£80-160

£100-200

97-99 Spare lots

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Lots 87-95

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SILVER PLATE AND RELATED ITEMS 100 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN PLATE ON COPPER CANDLESTICKS of tapering cylindrical form with leaf and scroll decoration, filled bases, 12" high

106 A LATE VICTORIAN ELECTROPLATED TWO HANDLED TRAY of shaped rectangular form with scroll and shell borders, on scroll feet, 30" length (handle to handle)

£100-200

101 A VICTORIAN GILT METAL MOUNTED CLARET JUG of circular tapering form, the scroll handle modelled as a mythical beast, the finial as a fly, fluted spout and circular foot, 9½" high

107 A COLLECTION OF PLATED ITEMS comprising a large pierced bottle coaster, a tea pot, two further coasters and an Old Sheffield Plate waiter (5) £80-160

£100-200

108 AN ELECTROPLATE AND GILT METAL COCKTAIL SHAKER of circular tapering form, with revolving inner section denoting cocktail recipes, the base bearing a retailers mark of Collingwood & Co., 46 Conduit Street, also marked "Patents Pending", 11" high

102 AN ELECTROPLATED PAIR OF THREE LIGHT CANDELABRA with detachable top sections and sconces, cast leaf and scroll decoration, on waisted leaf-capped stems and shaped circular bases, 20½" high. See illustration

£100-200

£300-600

£80-160

103 A PLATE ON COPPER PUNCH BOWL with matching tray and twelve cups ensuite, with foliate scroll decoration, by Barker Ellis 16" dia. (bowl)

109 ASPREY & CO: A PAIR OF ELECTROPLATED TOAST RACKS of raised circular form, with ebonised bar handles and burners underneath, 7½" high, and three further toast racks (5)

£300-600

110 TWO PAIRS OF ENTREE DISHES with gadrooned borders, two electroplated warming stands and three further items (a lot).

104 A LATE VICTORIAN ELECTROPLATED TWO HANDLED TRAY of oval form with a raised pierced border of leaves and berries, branch style handles, the centre chased with leaves and scrolls, vacant cartouche, on bracket feet, 29¾" length (handle to handle).

£80-160

111 A PAIR OF THREE LIGHT CANDELABRA, with leaf and branch detachable arms, knopped stems, on spreading scroll feet, the sconces with later attachments 27" high

£200-400

105 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY SHEFFIELD PLATE THREE LIGHT CANDELABRA of tapering circular form with detachable top sections and sconces, gadrooned borders, on circular feet, filled, 19" high

£80-160

£100-200

112 A VICTORIAN ELECTROPLATED SALVER, of shaped circular form with a raised shell and scroll border, crested, by Smith Sissons & Co. dia, 16" long

£150-250

£80-160

113-115 Spare lots.

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Lot 102

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SILVER AND RELATED ITEMS 116 AN ART DECO THREE PIECE TEA SET of circular tapering form with angular handles, the teapot initialled, on circular foot, by Hukin & Heath, Birmingham 1938/1939, the teapot 5½" high, (c.31oz)

Lot 119

£250-350 117 A HOT WATER POT of octagonal form with angular handles, with presentation inscription, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1926, 9" high, (c.22oz)

£150-250

118 A COFFEE POT in the George I manner, with wooden scroll handle, faceted spout, the domed hinged cover with knop finial, the base marked "Anthony Nelme, London 1716, Sterling, Reproduction", possibly American, 9" high, (c.19oz)

Lot 120

£100-200

119 A VICTORIAN FOUR PIECE TEA/ COFFEE SET of compressed circular form, embossed with flowers and scrolls, scroll handles, gadrooned and shell borders, monogrammed, by The Barnards, London 1896, the coffee pot 9" high (c.77oz). See illustration

£800-1,200

120 A VICTORIAN EGG CRUET with six matching cups, central carrying handle and pierced border, on ball and claw feet, by Martin Hall & Co. Sheffield 1862, 7" high, 6.75 dia. (c.23oz). See illustration

Lot 121

£200-400

121 A ROSE BOWL of lobed circular form, decorated with differing panels of flowers against a matt background, on a tucked-in reeded foot, by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1938, also bearing a retailers mark, 9" dia., (c.51oz) See illustration

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£500-1,000


122 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER MOUNTED CLARET JUG with a cut-glass circular tapering body, "D"-shaped handle and knop finial, by GH, Sheffield 1908, 9" high

Lot 125

£100-200

123 A VICTORIAN COFFEE POT of circular tapering form with wooden scroll handle and knop finial, crested and monogrammed, possibly by FB, London 1878, 8½" high, (c.17oz)

£100-200

124 A VICTORIAN CREAM JUG of shaped circular form with scroll handle and wavy border, with scroll cartouches, one engraved with a presentation inscription, on a shell and scroll foot, with gilt interior, by Charles Reily and George Storer, London 1838, 6½" high (c.9oz)

Lot 126

£80-160

125 AN EDWARDIAN ENTREE DISH AND COVER of oval form with beaded borders, detachable handle, crested, by Walker & Hall, Chester 1907, also bearing additional retailers mark, 11" wide, (c.38oz). See illustration

£300-600

126 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN CANDLESTICKS of Corinthian column form with detachable beaded sconces and stepped square bases, filled, by James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1896, 10¾" high. See illustration

£200-400

Lot 127

127 SCOTS GUARDS INTEREST: A PRESENTATION HIP FLASK of oval form with screw-off cap, the cover decorated with an enamelled scene of an elephant, and engraved "East Africa 1909", the reverse engraved "H.C. Lowther, Scots Guards", makers mark rubbed, London 1909, 9½" high (c.16oz). See illustration

£300-500

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128 A THREE PIECE TEA SET of shaped oval form with angular handles, on elongated hoof feet, by Charles Boyton & Sons, Sheffield 1936/1937, the teapot 6½" high, (c.31oz)

Lot 131

£200-400

129 A FOUR PIECE TEA/COFFEE SERVICE of oval form with egg and dart borders, angular handles, by E. Viner, Sheffield 1960/61, the teapot 6" high, (c.61oz)

£400-800

130 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN VASES of circular tapering form with pierced borders, on scroll feet, with later added metal grills, by the Goldsmiths & Silversmith Co. Ltd, London, 1904, also bearing additional retailers marks, 5¾" high

Lot 132

£100-200

131 A CONTINENTAL PARCEL GILT MODEL of a Standing Owl, with yellow glass eyes, by IF & Son Ltd, marked 925 and with import marks for London 1975, 11" high, (c.36oz) See illustration

£500-1,000

132 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER MOUNTED CLARET JUG of circular tapering form, the pierced mounts depicting cherubs amongst sea creatures, scroll handle and bud finial, spreading scroll foot and cut-glass body, by William Comyns, London 1903, 10½" high. See illustration

Lot 133

£300-600

133 A PAIR OF SCOTTISH THREE LIGHT CANDELABRA with tapering oval stems, detachable reeded top sections and sconces, on filled oval bases, by Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh 1906, 15" high See illustration £400-800

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134 AN EDWARDIAN TWO HANDLED TRAY of rectangular form with a gadrooned border and reeded handles, by Heath & Middleton, London 1903, 15½" (handle to handle), (c.23oz)

Lot 138

£200-400

135 A SAUCEBOAT of shaped oval form with scroll handle and hoof feet, by S & C Ltd, Birmingham 1935, 7" long, and another sauceboat (c.8oz) (2)

£80-160

136 A PAIR OF GEORGE III SALTS of navette form with pierced bodies and prick-dot decoration, on down-curving feet, with blue glass liners, one by GB, one by GE, London 1797, 3¾" long, with two associated spoons and a mustard pot and spoon (6)

Lot 139

£100-200

137 A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER MOUNTED HORN BEAKERS of circular tapering form with vacant oval cartouches and reeded silver borders, London circa 1818, 4¼" high

£100-200

138 A SWEDISH BOWL of oval form with crimped border and planished lobed body, with down-curving ivory handles, on a tucked-in oval foot, the base presentation inscribed, circa 1920, 16½" long (handle to handle), (c.25oz). See illustration £250-450 Lot 140

139 A SALVER of shaped circular form with a raised pie-crust border, on scroll feet, by HA, Sheffield 1945, 18" dia. (c.91oz). See illustration

£800-1,200

140 A PAIR OF PARCEL GILT TWO BRANCH CANDELABRA, each modelled with a figure collecting wheat with a sickle, with leaf-capped scroll arms and on circular bases, by CJ Vander, London 1989, 9¼" high, (c.100oz). See illustration

Provenance: The collection of the Late Sonja, Lady McFadzean (1930-2013)

£500-1,000 31


141 A CHINESE CIGARETTE BOX of rectangular form decorated with embossed dragons, makers mark of Laim Chang, also with single character mark, circa 1900, 5" long

147 A CHINESE BOWL of compressed circular form, embossed with dragons, on a tucked-in circular foot, inscribed "To F.V. Mill, Esq. with the compliments of the members of Coastguard ADM of China, Shanghai, 1st October 1928", by Zee Wo, circa 1920, 11" dia. (c.33.5oz). See illustration

£100-200

142 A PAIR OF CHINESE TRUMPET VASES with flared borders and canted bodies, engraved with flowers and characters, on circular bases, with a single character mark, 7½" high (c.10.8oz)

£300-600 148 A COLLECTION OF CHINESE ITEMS comprising a swing-handled dish, with pierced border, by Zee Sung, a smaller basket and two cups (4)

£100-200

143 A CHINESE TWO HANDLED CUP of circular tapering form, with angular handles, decorated with a bird amongst foliage, the base with a double character mark, 9½" high, (c.15oz)

149 A GEORGE III CREAM JUG of shaped rectangular form with reeded angular handle and gadrooned border, on ball feet, with bright-cut decoration, makers mark rubbed, London 1812, 4¾" high (c.5.9oz)

£100-200

144 A CHINESE COCKTAIL SHAKER of conventional form, the pull-off top section engraved with initials, with matted decoration, by Zee Shun, also with a single character mark, 9¾" high, (c.17.5oz)

£200-400

£100-200

151 A COLLECTION OF SILVER comprising a toast-rack of heart-shaped form, a Victorian muffin dish cover, and a pierced dish with blue glass liner, of mixed makers and dates (3)

£100-200

146 A CHINESE TWO-HANDLED TRAY of oval form, with bamboo style handles, the centre engraved with a phoenix on a rock amongst other birds on a river, on ball feet, the underside bearing a double character mark, circa 1900, 17¾" long (from handle to handle) (c.29oz). See illustration

£350-450

150 A GEORGE III CREAM JUG of shaped oval form with bright-cut decoration with a reeded scroll handle and vacant cartouche, makers mark rubbed, London 1794, 5" high (c.5.1oz), and a mustard pot with blue glass liner (2)

145 A PAIR OF CHINESE BASKETS of shaped circular form, with wire-work loop handles, decorated with flowerheads and blossom, on ball feet, the underside marked "Silver" and with double character marks, 5" high, (c.9.6oz)

£100-200

£100-200

152 A PAIR OF SAUCE BOATS of shaped oval form with leaf-capped flying scroll handles, on hoof feet, crested, by D & J Wellby, London 1912, 4¾" high, (c.15.2oz)

£300-600

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£100-200


Lots 146 and 147

153 A GEORGE III HOT WATER POT of tapering circular form with part fluted decoration and wooden handle, crested, on a tucked-in circular foot, by Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard, London 1809, 8¾" high, (c.23oz)

155 AN EDWARDIAN SALVER of shaped circular form with a raised shell and scroll border, initialled, on leaf-capped hoof feet, by HA, Sheffield 1906, 10½" dia. (c.15oz)

£250-450

156 A VICTORIAN BACHELORS TEA SET of oval form with scroll handles, gadrooned borders and bright-cut engraved friezes, by JC, London 1876, the teapot 5" high, (c.16.5oz)

154 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN CANDLESTICKS of octagonal form, filled, by HE Ltd, Sheffield 1902/1921, 6¾" high

£100-200

£100-200 33

£100-200


157 A VICTORIAN SALVER of shaped circular form with raised border, the centre chased with flowers and scrolls, with a presentation inscription, on scroll feet, by WS, London 1858, 13½" dia. (c.39oz)

Lot 158

£250-450

158 A THAI SIAM FIVE PIECE TEA/ COFFEE SERVICE of baluster form, with scroll handles and elephant finals, embossed with deities, the tray bearing a presentation inscription, each piece marked "Siam Sterling", the coffee pot 8" high, (c.69oz). See illustration

Provenance: The Collection of the Late Sonja, Lady McFadzean (1930-2013)

£400-800

159 TWO SIMILAR THAI SIAM TABLE CIGAR BOXES, the covers embossed with deities and scrolls, on bracket feet, with faux wood-lined interiors, the bases marked "Siam Sterling", 9" long

Lot 160

Provenance: The collection of the Late Sonja, Lady McFadzean (1930-2103)

£150-250

160 A PRESENTATION MODEL OF A JUNK of conventional form, on a wooden stand, in a fitted display case, the sail marked "Man Hin Co" and "Sterling", made in Hong Kong, 15" high (on stand). See illustration

Provenance: The Collection of the Late Sonja, Lady McFadzean (1930-2013)

£300-600

161 AN ITALIAN METALWARE MODEL of an exotic bird, on an ebonised plinth with quartz stand, the underside of the wing marked "Italy" and "920", 11½" high £100-200 162 AN EDWARDIAN PEDESTAL DISH of circular form with a pierced gallery and gadrooned border, on a circular foot, by WA, Birmingham 1906, 4" high (c.8.1oz) £80-160 34


Lots 166

163 AN EDWARDIAN THREE PIECE TEA SET of oval form with leaf capped scroll handles and partfluted decoration, crested, on claw feet, with gilded interiors, by Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd, London 1909/1910, the teapot 6½" high (c.41oz)

165 A FOUR PIECE/COFFEE SET of shaped rectangular form with shell and scroll borders, the whole on compressed ball feet, by WS/CS, Sheffield 1917/1918, the teapot 7" high, (c.63oz) £400-600

£400-600

166 AN EDWARDIAN BASKET of shaped oval form with a beaded border and slat-pierced decoration, with applied neo-classical swags, festoons and urn motifs, with a lower leaf frieze, the whole on compressed ball feet, the centre engraved with a short presentation inscription, by William Comyns, London 1907, 17" long, (c.77oz). See illustration

164 A KETTLE ON STAND of shaped rectangular form, with ebonised carrying handle, detachable lower section and burner, the whole on claw and ball feet, presentation engraved, by GH, Sheffield 1927, 12" high (c.42oz).

£300-600

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£600-1,000


167 A MUG of baluster form with scroll handle, on a spreading circular foot, by Elkington & Co., Birmingham 1941, 5" high, (c.12.1oz)

173 A VICTORIAN PEDESTAL DISH of shaped circular form with pierced borders, on a spreading circular foot, by Charles Stuart Harris, London 1886, 5" high, (c.15oz)

£100-200

168 A PAIR OF CANDLESTICKS of waisted circular form with reeded borders and filled bases, by B & Co., Birmingham Assay, 10" high

£100-200

£100-200

174 A SCOTTISH CHRISTENING MUG of octagonal form, the body chased with foliate scrolls, with presentation inscription and scroll handle, by WC, Edinburgh 1842, 4" high, (c.4.2oz)

169 A LATE VICTORIAN DRESSING TABLE MIRROR of rectangular upright form, the border decorated with trailing flowers and leaves, the top and bottom embossed with arcadian scenes, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1900, 17" high

175 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN CANDLESTICKS of circular tapering form, the sconces with beaded borders, on square bases, filled, makers mark partially rubbed, London 1897, 5¾" high

£100-200

170 A SALVER of shaped circular form with a raised pie-crust border, on leaf-capped scroll feet, by Thomas Bradbury & Sons, Sheffield 1923, 8" dia. (c.12.5oz)

£150-250

£200-400

£80-160

178 AN EDWARDIAN STRAWBERRY SET comprising sugar bowl, cream jug, sifter ladle and sugar tongs, in a fitted case, London 1905, the sifter ladle Birmingham assay,

£80-160

£80-120

178A A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD AND BRASS MOUNTED DRESSING TABLE SET with a well-fitted interior including a selection of silver lidded jars, by WN, London 1846, 11½" wide

172A A  THREE PIECE TEA SET of bellied ovoid form with arched lid and small knop, with an ebonised handle and scrolling spout, on a circular foot, matching cream jug and sugar bowl, by HW, Sheffield 1910, the teapot 7" high (c.14oz), in an oak presentation box

£80-160

177 A TEA POT of circular tapering form with an angular handle, by S & Co. Ltd, Birmingham 1938, 5¾" high, (c.11.8oz)

172 A MUG of baluster form with a leaf-capped scroll handle, on a spreading circular foot, presentation inscribed, Sheffield 1932, 5" high (c.11.4oz)

£80-160

176 AN EDWARDIAN TABLE CIGAR BOX of rectangular form, the cover engraved with a name, by William Comyns, London 1905, 8" long

171 A PRESENTATION CIGAR BOX of rectangular form with Celtic strap work borders, presentation inscribed, by Wakely and Wheeler, London 1930, 8" long, and an engine-turned example (2)

£80-160

£200-£400

179 A VICTORIAN CRUET SET with cut-glass bottles, on a shaped square frame, with central loop carrying handle, London 1899, 5" high, and a Georgian cruet base with a pierced border (2)

£200-400

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£100-200


180 HUNTING INTEREST: A PAIR OF STIRRUP CUPS modelled as foxe's heads, the rims engraved with a presentation inscription "Presented on 8th May 1937 by Members and Followers of The Earl of Yarborough's Hounds to Charles A. Pelham, Esq. as a Token of their Friendship and Sincere Appreciation of his Help in Furthering the Interests of Fox Hunting in the Brocklesty Country for the last Twelve Years and of his Successful Field Mastership for the Seasons 1932-36", by D & J Welby Ltd, London 1936, 8¼" high, (c.62oz) with a brassbound wooden display case and stands. See illustration

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Provenance: Captain The Hon. Owen Edwardes, the son of Lord Kensington, and thence by descent.

£1,500-2,500


181 A GEORGE III CREAM JUG of helmet form with beaded borders, on a spreading circular foot, makers mark rubbed, London 1776, 5" high.

Lot 185

£80-160

182 A VICTORIAN SUGAR BOWL of circular form, with Indian style embossed decoration, gilt interior, by WG/JL, London 1886, 3½" high (c.5.7oz)

£60-120

183 A GEORGE III WAITER of shaped circular form with a raised border, later crest, on three hoof feet, marks rubbed, London assay, 6½" dia. (c.8oz)

£80-160

184 A GEORGE III CREAM BOAT of shaped oval form with a leaf-capped flying scroll handle, on hoof feet, possibly by John Schofield, London 1784, 5½" long, (c.4.6oz)

Lot 186

£150-250

185 A GEORGE III IRISH CREAM JUG of shaped oval form with a leaf-capped scroll handle and central reeded girdle, crested, on lions mask capped extended hoof feet, possibly by Robert Calderwood, Dublin circa 1760, 5" high (c.7oz). See illustration. £100-200 186 A VICTORIAN IRISH COFFEE POT of hexagonal form with a naturalistic cast scroll handle, cast spout and floral finial, the body chased with flowers and scrolls, stag head crest, reeded foot, possibly by Christopher Cummins, Dublin 1846 10" high (c.31oz). See illustration

Lot 187

£500-1,000

187 A PAIR OF GEORGE IV BUTTER DISHES of scallop shell form, with gadrooned borders, crested, on snail shell feet, by Robert Hennell II, London 1829, 5" wide (c.7oz). See illustration £300-600

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188 A GEORGE III TEA POT of oval form with wooden scroll handle, bright-cut decoration, crested, by Alice & George Burrows (possibly over striking another mark), London 1804 6½" high (c.13.5oz)

Lot 191

£100-200

189 A GEORGE III TEAPOT of shaped rectangular form with a scroll handle, engraved leaf frieze, on compressed ball feet, by Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard, London 1810, 7" high (c.22oz) £150-250 190 A RUSSIAN TRAY of shaped rectangular form with leaf capped scroll handles, the body engraved with a geometric pattern and monogrammed, possibly Moscow c. 1858, makers mark of A.K. length from handle to handle 14½" (c.17oz)

Lot 192

£100-200

191 A GEORGE III TEA CADDY of shaped oval form, with central hinge, double compartments and carrying handle, the body with bright engraved friezes and two vacant cartouches, by John Robins, London 1801, with an associated key, 6" long (c.22.8oz). See illustration

£300-600

192 A COMPOSITE SET OF FOUR GEORGE II AND LATER SALTS of oval form with gadrooned borders and part fluted decoration, with mask capped extended hoof feet, crested to the underside, makers mark rubbed, London possibly 1739 and two by W.B. London 1814, length of each 4" (c.17.8oz). See illustration

Lot 193

£400-700

193 A VICTORIAN WINE FUNNEL of circular form, embossed with floral sprigs, shell clip, detachable spout, By John & Henry Lias, London 1843, 6" high (c.5.6oz) See illustration

£150-250

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194 A GEORGE II PROVINCIAL TWO HANDLED CUP of circular tapering form with "S" shaped handles, reeded girdle, and spreading circular foot, by John Langlands I, Newcastle 1759, 6" high (c.15.5oz)

Lot 197

£200-400

195 A GEORGE III TEASET of shaped rectangular form with a gadrooned border and geometric frieze, crested, angular handles, on ball feet, some pieces with gilt interiors, makers mark ("IT"), London 1809, (the sugar bowl possibly a different date marks rubbed) teapot 6½" high c.41oz)

£300-600

196 A GEORGE II MUG of baluster form with a leaf capped scroll handle, engraved with a later crest, on a spreading circular foot, the base engraved "E. Smith", by John Swift, London c.1735, 4" high (c.6.8oz)

Lot 198

£100-200

197 A QUEEN ANNE BRITANNIA STANDARD MUG of tapering circular form with a scroll handle and reeded girdle, crested, on a spreading circular foot, by Nathaniel Locke, London 1710, 4¾" (c.10.2oz). See illustration

£300-600

198 HENLEY REGATTA INTEREST: A PRESENTATION TWO HANDLED CUP of compressed campana form, with cast leaf loop handles, the body embossed with mythical sea figures amongst water plants and leaves, on a cast pedestal stem and a wavy base, the centre engraved "Henley Regatta Grand Challenge Cup 1839", by Mappin & Webb, London 1923, 5¼" high, length from handle to handle, 10" (c.44.2oz). See illustration

Lot 199

£500-1,000

199 A GEORGE IV MELON FOUR PIECE TEA/COFFEE SET, with leaf scroll handles, bud finials and leaf capped spouts, on cast feet, by Thomas Blagden & Co. Sheffield 1829, 5¾" high (c.71oz). See illustration 40

£700-1,000


200 A CHARLES II TANKARD of plain tapering circular form, the scroll handle with a double scroll thumb piece, with slightly domed, hinged cover on a reeded circular foot, engraved with a contemporary armorial in a feathery mantling, engraved scratch weight to the base, makers mark of a goose in a dotted circle, probably for John Duck, London 1681, 7ž" high (c.36oz). See illustration

For the makers mark see Jacksons, Ian Pickford Edition , Antique Collector's Club 1989 page 135

ÂŁ2,500-4,500

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201 A COFFEE POT of baluster form, angular handle part fluted decoration, Chester, 1920 9" high (c.20oz)

Lot 204

£150-250

202 A VICTORIAN FOUR PIECE TEA/ COFFEE SET of tapering oval form engraved with geometric motifs and floral wreaths, vacant cartouches, scroll handles, Birmingham 1871/1873, teapot 6¾" high (c.63oz)

£400-800

203 A SCOTTISH PIGGIN, of circular tapering form with lug handles, reeded bands, each side crested, by GMH, Edinburgh 1825, length handle to handle 5", together with a George III salt with fluted decoration (2)

Lot 205

£150-250

204 A PAIR OF GEORGE II IRISH CAST CANDLESTICKS with detachable sconces, ringed capitals, knopped wasted stems, on shaped square bases with shell borders, by William Williamson, Dublin, circa 1750, 9½" high (c.36oz). See illustration

£1,500-2,500

205 A QUEEN ANNE BRITANNIA STANDARD SNUFFER TRAY of canted rectangular form with a raised reeded border, conjoining central handle, engraved with a cartouche, on four pad feet, by John Chartier, London 1704 7½" long (c.9oz). See illustration

Lot 206

£500-1,000 206 A CONTINENTAL CHOCOLATE POT of baluster form with hinged lid, knop finial and faceted spout, turned ivory handle on down curving legs, possibly Paris, c. 1760, 8" high (c.16oz). See illustration

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£200-400


207 AN IRISH CELTIC REVIVAL TROPHY CUP AND COVER of circular tapering form, the pull-off cover with disc finial and scroll handles, the body applied with Celtic strap work, on a spreading circular foot with a geometric frieze, by James Wakely & Frank Clarke Wheeler, Dublin 1908, the underside engraved with the retailer's mark of Thomas, 153 New Bond Street, 16.24" high (c.100oz). See illustration

ÂŁ1,000-2,000

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208 A GEORGE III CRUET STAND of oval form, with central carrying handle, and containing seven cut glass silver topped condiments, the frame by Robert Hennell, London 1793, the bottles 1798 by a different maker, 9¾" high

Lot 211

£200-400

209 A GEORGE III CREAM JUG of bellied circular form, with a scroll handle, the body possibly later embossed with foliate scrolls, on ball feet, by Alice & George Burrows, London 1817, 4" high (c.8oz)

£100-200

210 AN EDWARDIAN TRAVELLING PICNIC BURNER of circular form with gilt interior, the top with ring handle, enclosing a stand and burner etc., with side handle, makers mark of possibly "AB & Co.", London 1909, 5" high

£200-400

211 AN EDWARDIAN FOUR PIECE TEA/ COFFEE SET of baluster form with swirl fluted decoration, mask capped scroll handles, flame finials and faceted cast spouts, on mask capped scroll feet, by Carrington & Co. London 1909, 8¾" high (c.99oz). See illustration

Lot 212

£800-1,200

212 A GEORGE III EWER of pear form, with scroll handle, and ball finial, on a reeded circular foot, makers mark partially rubbed and possibly over striking another, London 1790, 10" high (c.19oz). See illustration £300-600 213 A GEORGE III AND LATER CONDIMENT SUITE, comprising two sugar vases with sifter ladles, a mustard pot, and four small castors, the sugar vases of circular tapering form, the domed lids surmounted by cherubs decorated with neo-classical swags and festoons, mask sides, one vase possibly by John Arnell, London, possibly 1772, the remainder by D & J Welby, London 1910/1913, sugar vases, 8½" high (c.57oz). See illustration

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£800-1,500


Lot 213

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Lot 217A

217 A FRENCH WINE TASTER of conventional form, with part fluted decoration and leaf and berry handle, possibly by Fournerot of Paris, 4" long.

214 A WILLIAM IV ENTRE DISH BASE, of shaped circular form with an egg and dart border, the centre engraved with a crest by Robert Garrard, London 1830, also bearing the Garrard's retail mark to the base, dia. 9½" (c.24oz)

£300-600

217A A PAIR OF WILLIAM IV SALVERS of shaped circular form with raised, gadrooned and shell borders, engraved with eagle crests, on cast shell and vine feet, by John Bridge, London 1831, 9½" dia. (c.47oz all in). See illustration

215 A E JONES; A TWO HANDLED BOWL of circular tapering form with pierced triangular handles, hammered finish, tucked in circular foot, Birmingham 1924, length handle to handle 9" together with a smaller example (2)(c.11.3oz)

£100-200

£200-400

216A A  VICTORIAN COFFEE POT of oval form, angular handle, part fluted decoration by Martin Hall & Co, London 1892, 10¾" high (c.22.5oz)

£4,500-5,500

218 A VICTORIAN KETTLE ON STAND, of baluster form, with central carrying handle and flower bud finial, the body embossed with foliate scrolls, the hole on down-curving shell feet, with burner, presentation engraved "Presented with a time piece and a pair of vases to James Wood Esq, The Mount House, Haigh, by The Members of The Haigh Cattle Club in token of their high esteem and regard 1869", by Martin Hall & Co, London 1869, 19" high (c.77oz). See illustration

216 A FRENCH WINE TASTER of conventional form with loop handle and part fluted decoration, engraved "Alfred Daviot", with French duty marks, probably 19th century, 4" long, together with a French travelling chamberstick, (2).

£100-200

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£800-1,200


Lot 218

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219 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN FIVE LIGHT CANDELABRA with waisted knop stems, detachable top sections and sconces, with shell borders, on shaped square bases, filled, by Mappin & Webb, London 1901, 19" high. See illustration

225 A SWEDISH PLATTER of shaped oval form with leaf and berry border, presentation inscribed, makers mark of G or CAK, also bearing a Swedish standard mark, with a hammered finish, 17" long (c.31oz)

£1,500-2,500

226 A VICTORIAN VANITY/WRITING CASE, the brass bound coromandel box opening to reveal a number of silver topped cut-glass bottles and jurs, also with mother of pearl mounted sewing implements, by TG, London 1850/1851 with a key, 11" high

220 A GEORGE III CHAMBERSTICK of conventional form with beaded borders and swag decoration, makers mark rubbed, London probably 1775 5" high (c.12oz)

£200-400

221 A PAIR OF WHITE METAL DISHES of oval form with snake handles, the centres engraved with Oriental scenes, unmarked, 7¾" long

Provenance: Ivor Bowen (1902-1984)

£200-400

£200-400

229 A GEORGE II CHILD'S MUG of circular tapering form, plain scroll handle on a reeded foot, the base scratch initialled probably EL/SL, possibly by Elizabeth Goodwin, London 1730, 2½" high (c.2oz)

£150-250

£200-400

£200-400

229a A KETTLE ON STAND of oval form with a loop carrying handle, monogrammed, on a detachable base with extended hoof feet, lacking burner, by the Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company Limited, London 1930, 13¾" high (c.39oz)

224A A  REGENCY REVIVAL COFFE/HOT WATER POT, of tapering oval form, dome hinged lid, scroll handle, bright engraved decoration, on a pedestal oval foot and square base, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1914, 11" high (c.25oz)

228 A GEORGE IV TEAPOT, of spreading circular form, leaf cap scroll handle, flower finial, embossed with floral sprigs, the base scratch initialled W.B., London 1829 7" high (c.23oz)

£200-400

224 A CHINESE PHOTOGRAPH FRAME of upright rectangular form embossed with dragons, 13" high

£500-1,000

223 A FRENCH CREAM JUG of circular tapering form with a moulded girdle and scroll handle, crested, with tucked-in circular foot, probably 19th century, 6¾" high (c.9.8oz)

227 A GEORGE II COFFEE POT, of baluster form with scroll handle and knop finial, later embossed with foliate scrolls, crested each side, makers mark possibly of "I or AV", London 1754 10¾" high (c.16.5oz)

£100-200

222 A BRITANNIA STANDARD CASTER, of cylindrical form with pull-off bayonet fitting pierced cover, engraved with a crest, marks rubbed, 6½" high (c.6.3oz)

£300-600

£200-300

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£300-600


Lot 219

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230 "THE ASCOT RACES CUP 1809": A GEORGE III SILVER GILT TWO HANDLED RACING CUP AND COVER of campana form, the pull-off cover with egg and dart border and bud and leaf finial, the body with entwined snake handles, within a beaded frieze of trailing leaves and flower heads and below a geometric frieze, one side engraved "Ascot Races 1809", the other side applied with race horses and jockeys, on a leaf applied pedestal stem, the whole on a circular foot with leaf border, by Benjamin & James Smith, London 1808, the foot engraved with a retailer's mark of "R. Garrard, Panton Street, Fecit", 13" high (c.106oz). See illustration.

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The Ascot Gold Cup was won in 1809 by Anderida, a four year old filly by Gohanna out of Lazy, owned by General John Leveson-Gower. The event was established in 1807, originally open to horses aged three or older. The Gold Cup is the first leg of Britains "Stayers Triple Crown", followed by the Goodwood Cup and the Doncaster Cup.

The Gold Cup is one of three perpetual trophies at the Royal Ascot Meeting along with the Royal Hunt Cup and the Queen's Vase, which can be kept permanently by the winning owners.

Provenance: The Leveson-Gower Family and thence by descent

ÂŁ4,000-7,000


231 ROYAL INTEREST: A GEORGE IV SILVER GILT PRESENTATION CUP AND COVER WITH STAND EN-SUITE, the cup and cover of tapering circular form, the cover surmounted by a cast shell finial, with chased feather and bead decoration, foliate scroll border, with cast naturalistic branch handles, and chased with foliate scrolls, on a circular foot, by Philip Rundell, London 1821, also bearing a retailers mark of Rundell Bridge & Co. and Aurde Ices Regis Londini. The detachable circular base with an applied leaf frieze, one side applied with the Royal Coat of Arms above the inscription "The Royal Yacht Squadron 1833", the other side engraved with the inscription "The Gift of His Most Gracious Majesty, King William IV" on a tucked in circular foot, by John Bridge, London 1832, 11" high, (width of cup from handle to handle) 13", (c.124oz). See illustration.

Provenance: The Leveson-Gower Family by descent.

ÂŁ8,000-12,000

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232 A VICTORIAN FRUIT DISH of shaped circular form, the body embossed with fruit, berries and scrolls, with a fluted centre, the whole on a cast foot, makers mark possibly of EH, London 1892. dia 9¾" (c.23oz)

238 A WILLIAM IV WINE FUNNEL of circular tapering form, the body engraved with an initial crest and reading "Premium for Mangle Wurzel", makers mark of CF, London 1835, 4¼" high

£300-500

£100-200

233 A VICTORIAN SALVER, of shaped circular form with a raised pierced border central rococo cartouche, on pierced feet, by William Hutton & Sons, London 1895 dia. 11½" (c.27oz)

239 A DRINKING VESSEL of circular tapering form, the body with bright engraved decoration, initialled, on a circular foot, the underside bearing an Exeter town mark and duty head only, c.1800 4½" high

£400-600

234 A GEORGE III BRANDY WARMER of circular bellied form with turned wooden handle, makers mark of CH or CE, London 1807 5" high (c.7oz)

240 A GEORGE III TEA CADDY of rectangular form, the domed hinged cover with a flower finial, the body chased with flowers and trailing leaves, crested, by Samuel Taylor, London 1763 5½" high (c.14.3oz) See illustration

£300-500

235 A PAIR OF GEORGE IV SALTS of circular bellied form with gadrooned borders and gilt interiors, on tucked-in circular feet, crested, by WD, London 1827 2½" high (c.7,5oz)

£500-1,000

241 A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH CHRISTENING MUG of circular tapering form, reeded handles, lattice work and geometric decoration, by Odiot of Paris, mark for (18251894), 4¼" high (c.8.7oz)

£100-200

236 A LATE VICTORIAN SUGAR BOWL of circular form, decorated in the Irish manner, with punch beaded border and lions mask capped feet, by William Comyns, London 1900, dia. 5" (c.6.9oz)

£100-200

241A A VICTORIAN TEAPOT ON STAND of octagonal form with an angular handle, reeded border, on a stand with fluted down curving legs, by Charles Stuart Harris, London 1894, 12" high (c.30oz)

£100-200 237 A PAIR OF KITCHEN PEPPER CASTORS, of cylindrical form with pull-off covers and scroll handles, by D & M D, Sheffield 1929, each 3" high

£100-200

£100-200

237A A  pair of modern silver salt and pepper grinders, London, by Asprey, 4in. high, in an Asprey cardboard box. £100-200

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£300-500


Lot 240

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SMALL SILVER AND VERTU 242 A VICTORIAN NOVELTY EXTENDING PENCIL/PENKNIFE/ BUTTON HOOK modelled as a lighthouse, with suspension ring, makers mark rubbed, possibly "JA", possibly Birmingham 1886 2¼" long. See illustration

Lots 242-246

£100-200

243 A VICTORIAN NOVELTY TELESCOPIC PENCIL modelled as a cannon, with swivel ring to the terminal, by S. Mordan & Co. c.1880, 2½" long. See illustration

£100-200

244 A VICTORIAN NOVELTY EXTENDING PENCIL modelled as an elephant, unmarked 1½" long. See illustration

£50-100 247 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN NOVELTY SILVER GILT PEPPER POTS modelled as standing owls, with red glass eyes, and pulloff heads, by Henry Wilkinson & Co. Sheffield 1851 3¼" high (c.3.3oz). See illustration

245 A LADE VICTORIAN NOVELTY EXTENDING PENCIL modelled as a letter opener, unmarked, 4" long with a twist action pencil, suspension ring, unmarked, 3" long. See illustration

£60-120

£400-800

246 A RUSSIAN TWIST ACTION EXTENDING PENCIL of plain cylindrical form with a ball end terminal, with a matching pen en-suite, early 20th century. See illustration

248 AN ORIENTAL ABACUS contained in a fitted case with glass cover, the side marked Wai Kee, sterling, made in Hong Kong, 8" long

£50-100

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£100-200


Lot 247

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249 A CONTINENTAL CIGARETTE CASE of rectangular form, the cover decorated in polychrome enamel with a figure of a maiden on a windswept beach with a ruin in the background, gilt interior, stamped 800, 3" long. See illustration

Lot 249

£200-400

250 STUART DEVLIN: A SMALL COLLECTION OF SURPRISE PARCEL GILT EGGS, including one to commemorate the birth of The Prince William of Wales, 21-6-82, London 1982, 2½" long, and two others (3). See illustration

£250-350

251 A GEORGE III PATCH BOX of circular form with wriggle-work decoration, by Joseph Taylor, probably Birmingham c.1810, containing four mother of pearl counters, and a smaller patch box, the reverse scratch engraved "D.W " (2)

Lot 250

£100-200 252 A VICTORIAN COMBINED VESTA CASE/SNUFF BOX of rectangular form with hinged cover, by "AT", Birmingham 1857, a single sovereign case, a needle threader, a stamp case, and a vesta case (5)

£80-160

253 A WILLIAM IV MINIATURE TAPER STICK modelled as an ivy leaf, with wirework loop handle and snuffer, by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1835, 2" high

Lot 254

£80-160

254 A PARCEL GILT SURPRISE PRESENTATION EGG, "The Master Jeweller Imperial Egg" by Franklin Mint Limited, Birmingham 1977, the centre detatchable to form a gem-set brooch. 3" long, in a fitted case and with certificate. See illustration

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£250-350


255 A PAIR OF NOVELTY SILVER CONDIMENTS modelled as standing owls with yellow and black glass eyes, by Richard Comyns, London 1971 2½" high

Lot 256

£200-400

256 A RUSSIAN SILVER GILT AND POLYCHROME ENAMELLED SALT, decorated with geometric motifs, by Pavel, Ovchinikov, Moscow 1890, dia. 3". See illustration

£200-400

257 A 19TH CENTURY RUSSIAN SALT THRONE engraved with floral motifs to the hinged cover, makers mark of BC, Moscow 1872 3"high. See illustration

Lot 257

£100-200

258 A RUSSIAN SILVER AND NIELLOWORK SCENT BOTTLE AND STOPPER of heart form, with pull-out stopper and chain attachment, marked with kokoshnik mark c.1900, (with chain extended) 5" long. See illustration

£80-160

259 A RUSSIAN TRIPLE COIN OR SOVEREIGN HOLDER of pocket watch form, one side engraved with workers in a field, inscribed, with suspension ring, bearing a standard and town mark for Moscow 1882-1899, 3¾" long.

£100-200

Lot 258

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260 A VICTORIAN NOVELTY TABLE CIGAR LIGHTER modelled in the form of a ship's lantern, with red glass front, and loop handle, makers mark possibly of EE, Birmingham 1899, 3½" high. See illustration

Lot 260

£100-200 261 A GEORGE IV DRINKING FLASK of tapering oval form, with screw-off cover, engraved with a crest of a standing sword, the reverse engraved with a coronet above and initialled, makers mark of JA, London 1823, 6" long. See illustration

The crest on this flask relates to Clan Gunn which is a Highland Scottish Clan associated with the Countries of Caithness and Sutherland as well as the Orkney Islands

£150-250

Lot 261 262 A VICTORIAN TRAVELLING BEAKER of plain circular tapering form with gilt interior, by RH, 1873, contained in a leather case 3" high

£100-200

263 A CONTINENTAL WHITE METAL DISH of shaped oval form embossed with cherubs pulling a cart, together with a Georgian salt cellar with blue glass liner (2)

£80-160

264 A VICTORIAN NOVELTY PEPPER POT modelled in the form of a fish, with a textured body, by P or FE, London 1895, 2½" long. See illustration

Lot 264

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£100-200


265 ASPREY & CO: A SET OF FOUR MENU CARD HOLDERS modelled in the form of cast running foxes, on oval bases with bar backs, London 1932/33, with an additional Asprey retailers mark, each 2¼" long, in a fitted Asprey case. See illustration

Lot 265

£300-600

266 A GEORGE III NUTMEG GRATER of cylindrical form, one end with an engraved initial, by Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1790, 1" long. See illustration

£200-400

267 A VICTORIAN SILVER BLADED MOTHER OF PEARL CASED FRUIT KNIFE, with chased decoration, the handle engraved "Bertie to Vesta Tilley", by AS, Sheffield 1892, 3¼" long

Vesta Tilley was a famous musical artist and male impersonator, it is possible that Bertie may refer to Edward VII.

£100-200

Lot 266

268 A PAIR OF WHITE METAL SALTS, modelled in the form of fishing creels, with gilt interiors, unmarked 3" high

£80-160

269 A SQUEEZE ACTION TOBACCO BOX of oval form, the cover engraved with three coats of arms with gilt interior, Birmingham 1929, 3½" long

£80-160

270 A COLLECTION comprising a chinese table cigar lighter, of circular form on ball feet, chased with dragons, makers mark of HC, character mark, together with a pair of salts with accompanying salt spoons, two dishes, two thimbles, and a miniature candlestick, and other items (a lot)

£80-160

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271 A THREE PIECE CONDIMENT SET, by Walker and Hall, in a fitted case, a Christening mug, a napkin ring and two condiment bases (a lot)

277 A SMALL COLLECTION OF CIGARETTE CASES, comprising two engine-turned silver cigarette cases, and an electroplated example, by Elkington & Co. (3)

£100-200

272 A THREE PIECE CRUET SET, of octagonal form, by Mappin & Webb, London 1932, with blue glass liners, together with a bowl, (4)

278 A CIRCULAR PEDESTAL DISH, London 1953, and three others, mixed makers and dates, (c.15oz)

£100-200

273 A LADIES PURSE with engine-turned decoration, Birmingham 1916, a compact, cigarette case, vesta case, of mixed makers and dates (4)

£80-160

£60-120

280 A 19TH CENTURY VINE LEAF WINE LABEL, pierced "Madeira" a cigarette case, a salt, a miniature cup, and other items (a lot)

£80-160

275 AN EDWARDIAN MUSTARD POT of part-fluted decoration, Sheffield 1906, together with three toast racks, a sauce boat and two whiskey noggins, of mixed makers and dates (a lot)

£100-200

279 A LATE VICTORIAN SQUEEZEACTION TOBACCO BOX of oval form, by A & J Zimmerman, Birmingham 1900, and a cigar holder, (2)

274 AN ART DECO CREAM JUG of octagonal form, by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1944, together with a metalware tea strainer, a bon bon dish, and a sauce boat (4)

£80-160

£100-200

281 A THREE PIECE CRUET SET, modern Birmingham assay, cased, a novelty milk churn pepper pot and a quantity of salts with blue glass liners (a lot)

£100-200

276 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER MOUNTED PIN CUSHIONS, modelled as crowns, London 1886, 3" high

£80-160

282 A LATE VICTORIAN SUGAR BOWL with embossed decoration, Chester 1899, two peppers and a vinegar bottle, (c.12oz weighable silver )

£80-160

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£80-160


283 A RUSSIAN SILVER CASED NOTEBOOK, the cover engraved with trailing flowers, the back bearing a presentation description, and dated 1906, also bearing a kokoshnik mark, c.1900, 4", a Chinese model of a street vendor with a character mark, a posy vase and other items (qty)

289 A COLLECTION OF CHINESE CONDIMENTS decorated with dragons, characters and flowers, of mixed makers and dates, (11) (c9oz)

290 A PAIR OF CHINESE EGG CUPS of conventional form embossed with dragons, with gilt interiors, the bases with character marks and marked "silver", and a similar pair with character marks, 3" high (4)

£80-160

284 A CHINESE TRUMPET VASE, with pierced decoration depicting birds in trees, on a wooden stand, character mark, and a small Chinese bowl, by Tuck Chang (2)

£80-160

£80-160

291 A CHINESE MUG with engraved character marks to the sides, a salt decorated with dragons, and a compact, mixed makers and dates, (3)

285 A SET OF SIX CHINESE DISHES of shaped circular form, each engraved with birds and trees, on tucked-in circular feet, the underside with triple character marks, each 3½" dia. (c.9.5oz) (6)

£100-200

£100-200

£80-160

286 A SET OF SIX CHINESE TOP CUPS of circular tapering form with a matt finish, gilt interior, makers mark of Zee Shun, also character marked, 2¼" high (c.8.5oz)

292 A MINIATURE RUSSIAN SILVER GILT DRINKING CUP of circular form with scroll handle and geometric decoration, on castellated feet, assay masters mark of BC, Moscow 1878, 2¼" high, and three salt cellars of mixed makers and dates, (4)

£100-200

287 A CHINESE TWO HANDLED CUP of circular tapering form with scroll handles, embossed with a dragon, on a circular foot, makers mark only of TC, and a smaller cup (2) 6¼" high (c.5.5oz)

293 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SALTS of circular form with part fluted decoration and gilt interiors, by Martin Hall & Co, 1880, 1½" high

£80-160

£50-100

294 A VICTORIAN SUGAR BOWL of circular bellied form with reeded handles and embossed decoration, with gilt interior, by WJ/PD, London 1889, 7" long (handle to handle) (c.7oz)

288 A CHINESE TEA STRAINER AND STAND, of circular form with tapering handle, decorated with dragons, possibly by CJ and character mark, and another strainer (2)

£80-160

£80-160

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£80-160


295 A FRENCH WINE TASTER of conventional form with loop handle, the body engraved "Charles Tobbe" and the handle engraved with a figure, with a charge mark of "T". crowned, possibly for Lille, possibly c.1780, 4½" long See illustration

Lot 295

£200-400

296 A PAIR OF FRENCH CHOCOLATE POTS of baluster form with down curving legs and later wooden handles, one lid replaced, possibly 18th century, 7" high (c.18oz) See illustration

£200-400

296A A COFFEE POT of circular tapering form with scroll handles and faceted spout, by G.H. Sheffield 1932, 7" high (c.10oz)

Lot 296

£80-160

297 A VICTORIAN TEA CADDY of tapering oval form with a flat hinged cover and oval foot, London 1892, 3½" high, (c.6.7oz) £80-160 298 A HIP FLASK of rectangular form, monogrammed, with bayonet cap, Birmingham, 1921 5" long

£80-160

299 A VICTORIAN CREAM JUG of faceted tapering form with scroll handle, and reeded border, by EH, London 1885, and a matching sugar bowl, the cream jug 6" high, (c.14oz weighable silver)

Lot 300

£150-250

300 A PAIR OF CHOCOLATE POTS of circular tapering form with side handles, London 1918, 6½" high, (c.12oz) See illustration

£150-250

300A A GEORGE III PEDESTAL SUGAR BOWL of shaped oval form with fluted handles and bright-cut engraved decoration on a rectangular foot, by William Eaton, London 1797, 8" long (c.7.9oz)

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£150-250


Lot 302

302 MILITARY INTEREST: A PRESENTATION BOX, the top surmounted by a crown and lion, the cover reading "Presented to the Officers' Mess Second Lifeguards Captain Conwy C.H Rowley on leaving the Regiment, March 1869", with gilt interior, London 1869 7" long (c.26oz) See illustration

301 A VICTORIAN TRAVELLING PICNIC SET comprising a sandwich box and flask, contained in a leather case, initialled, the picnic box by F.P. London 1885, the flask London 1913

£150-250

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£200-400


FLATWARE Lot 303 and 304

304 AN EDWARDIAN SOUP LADLE of Old English pattern, crested, by Daniel and John Welby, London 1905 13" high (c.8oz). See illustration

308 A MATCHED VICTORIAN AND LATER FIDDLE AND THREAD PATTERN CANTEEN for 12 place settings. Comprising 12 table forks by George Adams, London 1859, four serving spoons by George Adams, London 1859, 12 dessert forks, London 1903, 12 dessert spoons, by George Adams, London 1859/1864, 12 teaspoons, some initialled, mixed makers and dates, and two Old English and thread pattern serving spoons (c.101oz). See illustration

303 A VICTORIAN SOUP LADLE of fiddle and thread pattern, crested, by George Adams, London 1863 12" long (c.10oz) See illustration

£80-160

£80-160

305 A WILLIAM IV FISH SLICE of fiddle pattern, with a pierced blade, crested, by William Eaton, London 1831, 12" long (c.5.8oz)

309 A QUANTITY OF VICTORIAN AND LATER CUTLERY of fiddle pattern, crested and initialled. Comprising six table forks, London 1841/1842, a set of six dessert forks, London 1842, a set of four dessert spoons, London 1842 and four other items of mixed makers and dates (c37oz)

£80-160

306 A GEORGE I BRITANNIA STANDARD TREFID SPOON with beaded rat tail, the terminal engraved possibly DV, makers mark rubbed, probably London 1726 8" long

£100-200

£300-600

310 A PART-CANTEEN OF EDWARDIAN OLD ENGLISH PATTERN CUTLERY, initialled, by William Hutton & Sons Limited, London 1901.1902. Comprising six dessert spoons, six dessert forks, six table forks, three serving spoons, a basting spoon, a sauce ladle, two salt spoons and a mustard spoon (c.50oz)

£150-250

307 A RUSSIAN SILVER AND ENAMEL SPOON with twist stem, the bowl and terminal decorated in polychrome enamels, kokoshnik mark, circa 1900, 7" long, and a Russian silver and niello work spoon, Moscow 1874 7½" long (2)

£800-1,200

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£450-650


Lot 308

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311 A SET OF TEN VICTORIAN IRISH TEASPOONS of fiddle pattern, crested, by West & Son, Dublin 1879, 6" long (c.6oz). See illustration

317 A SET OF ELEVEN GEORGE III IRISH DESSERT SPOONS of fiddle pattern, crested by William Hany, Dublin 1808, 7" long (c.11.5oz). See illustration

£80-160

312 A SET OF SIX GEORGE IV TABLESPOONS of fiddle pattern, by William Eaton, London 1825, 9" long (c.12oz). See illustration

318 A SMALL COLLECTION OF FLATWARE comprising bright-cut teaspoons, christening spoons, and oyster forks (a lot) (c.6oz)

£100-200

£100-200

£100-200

321 A SMALL COLLECTION OF TABLESPOONS, fiddle and Old English pattern, of mixed makers and dates, (c.21oz) (10)

£80-160

315 A SET OF TEN VICTORIAN IRISH MUSTARD SPOONS of fiddle pattern, crested, by West & Sons, Dublin 1880 5" long (c.5oz). See illustration

£80-160

320 A PAIR OF BASTING SPOONS of Old English pattern, by Jackson & Fullerton, London 1915, 12" long, and four assorted tablespoons, (c.16oz)

314 A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN DESSERT FORKS of fiddle pattern by Mary Chawner, London 1837, 6½" long (c.7.5oz). See illustration

£60-120

319 A SMALL COLLECTION OF CADDY SPOONS, comprising a Victorian example by George Unite, Birmingham 1854, and three others of mixed makers and dates, (4)

313 A HARLEQUIN SET OF SIX VICTORIAN TABLE FORKS of fiddle pattern, by William Eaton, one by another maker, London 1840/1834 8" long (c.14oz). See illustration

£80-160

£200-300

322 A MATCHED SET OF FIVE VICTORIAN QUEEN'S PATTERN DESSERT FORKS, monogrammed, Exeter 1880/1881, a London dessert fork and a quantity of tea and dessert spoons, also two cased silver engine-turned pens (a lot) (c.20oz weighable silver)

£80-160

316 A SET OF SIX GEORGE IV DESSERT SPOONS of fiddle pattern, by Solomon Royes, London 1822, 6¾" long (c.6oz). See illustration

£80-160

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£150-250


Lots 311-317

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323 A SMALL COLLECTION OF FLATWARE, comprising a George III bright-cut sifter ladle, a feather edged tablespoon, and a quantity of other items, of mixed makers and dates (c.9oz) (a lot)

329 A DUTCH DECORATIVE SPOON with pierced bowl and stem, the terminal modelled as a galleon, and a similar smaller spoon, 12" long (2)

£80-160

330 A 20TH CENTURY CANTEEN OF CUTLERY for 12 place settings by Charles Boyton & Sons in a fitted oak canteen box, incomplete, Sheffield 1931/1936/1937, and a quantity of bone handled knives and carvers, (c.114oz weighable silver). See illustration

324 A PROVINCIAL PUNCH LADLE with turned wooden handle and circular bowl, probably Exeter c.1800, 16" long

£60-120

325 A SET OF FOUR VICTORIAN FIDDLE AND THREAD PATTERN TABLE FORKS, by George Adams, London 1846, five further table forks, and an Old English pattern sauce ladle, of mixed makers and dates, (c.25oz)

£200-300

£100-200 332 A SET OF SIX SCOTTISH DESSERT SPOONS of Old English pattern, initialled, by FH Edinburgh 1804, 7" long, (c.3.9oz)

£80-160

327 A HARLEQUIN SET OF SIX SOUP SPOONS, with canted terminals, by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield assay, 7" long (c.10oz)

£80-160

333 A SET OF FOUR SCOTTISH TABLESPOONS of fiddle pattern, initialled, by W.C. Edinburgh 1819, 9" long (c.7oz)

£80-160

328 A QUANTITY OF GEORGE III AND LATER SPOONS AND LADLES including some Exeter examples, of mixed makers and dates, (c.35.5oz)

£1,000-2,000

331 A FISH SERVING SET, comprising eight fish knives and forks, and a pair of fish servers, bone handles, contained in a fitted case, by GH, Sheffield 1937, the case 13½".

326 A VICTORIAN CHEESE SCOOP, with turned wooden handle, makers mark T & I, Birmingham 1845, 9" long

£80-160

£80-160

334 A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN DESSERT FORKS of fiddle and thread pattern, crested, by George Adams, London 1863, 7" long (c.10oz)

£300-600

£80-160

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Lot 330

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335 A SET OF SIX GEORGE III TEASPOONS with bright-cut decoration, c.1800, two further teaspoons, and five fiddle pattern dessert forks, mixed makers and dates, (c.10oz) (a lot)

341 A SET OF SIX IRISH TEASPOONS of fiddle pattern, crested, by JS, also with a retailers stamp, Dublin 1846, 6" long (c.3.9oz)

£80-160

342 A SET OF SIX GEORGE IV DESSERT SPOONS of fiddle pattern, initialled, London 1825, 7" long (c7oz)

336 A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN PROVINCIAL DESSERT FORKS, by John Sutter, Chester 1839, 7" long (c.6,5oz)

£80-160

£60-120

343 A DANISH SILVER GILT AND ENAMELLED SPOON by A Michelsen, and a quantity of flatware of mixed makers and dates, (c.12oz)

337 A HARLEQUIN SET OF SIX VICTORIAN PROVINCIAL TABLE FORKS of fiddle pattern, crested, by John Sutter, Chester 1838/1839, 8" long (c.11oz)

£80-160

344 A VICTORIAN CHRISTENING SET comprising spoon, knife, and fork, in a fitted case, by George Adams, and two further cased sets of spoons (3)

£100-200 338 A PAIR OF SHAPED OLD ENGLISH PATTERN SUGAR TONGS, by William Bateman, London 1823, and two George III Old English pattern tablespoons (3)

£60-120

£60-120

345 A SET OF TWELVE BONE HANDLED DESSERT EATERS, in a fitted case, London 1936/1937

£60-120

339 A SMALL COLLECTION OF FLATWARE comprising three tablespoons, a sauce ladle, a quantity of tea knives, and other items, of mixed makes and dates (a lot)

£80-160

346 A CASED SET OF NUT CRACKERS with matching scissors and nut picks, with reeded handles, by GH, Sheffield 1939

£80-160

340 A VICTORIAN TWELVE PLACE SETTING SET OF HANOVERIAN FLATWARE comprising tableforks, dessert forks, teaspoons and dessert spoons, by J.W., Exeter 1861, (c.78oz) (one teaspoon differently marked) See illustration

346A A SET OF TWENTY FOUR TABLE KNIVES with stainless steel blades and plated handles (24)

£800-£1,500

70

£80-160

£50-100


Lot 340

71


352a A COLLECTION OF FLATWARE, comprising a Scottish spoon, a Queen's pattern stilton scoop, a reproduction Scandinavian style spoon, two 18th century forks, and other items, mixed makers and dates (a lot)

347 A COLLECTION OF SOUVENIR SPOONS, some with gilt bowls and some with enamelled terminals, of mixed makers and dates, (c.12oz) £100-200

353 EQUINE INTEREST: A COLLECTION OF SILVER GILT AND SILVER PRESENTATION TEASPOONS, the enamelled terminals depicting jockeys on horseback, show jumpers and other equine pursuits, each boxed, mixed makers and dates, modern assay, (a quantity)

348 A QUANTITY OF METALWARE, souvenir spoons, mainly Continental (a lot) £60-120 348A A  SET OF SIX HANOVERIAN PATTERN DESSERT SPOONS engraved with a lozenge-shaped armorial, three by P.H., London 1729/31, and other dates (6) (c.12oz)

354 A 20TH CENTURY FRENCH METALWARE CANTEEN for 12 place settings, in a fitted canteen box with four layers, including serving pieces, by Ercuis (a lot)

£300-£500

349 A COLLECTION OF SOUVENIR SPOONS, some with enamel terminals, some silver gilt examples, of mixed makers and dates, (c.7.5oz)

350 A COLLECTION OF CONTINENTAL SOUVENIR SPOONS, some marked 800 of mixed makers and dates

£80-160

355a A VICTORIAN PROVINCIAL PART CANTEEN OF CUTLERY of fiddle pattern, monogrammed, by James and Joseph Williams, Exeter 1868, comprising nine table forks, six serving forks, seven dessert spoons, eight dessert forks, and a plated dessert spoon, (c.59oz)

£80-160

351a A  SET OF SIX CASED TEASPOONS with pierced finials, with import marks for London 1887, together with a cased Christening set, (2)

£50-100

355 A GEORGE IV SALAD FORK of fiddle pattern, crested, by TB London 1824, 10" long

£80-160

351 A COLLECTION OF SOUVENIR SPOONS, some with enamel terminals, mixed makers and dates (c.12oz)

£2,000-4,000

354A A PAIR OF VICTORIAN FIDDLE PATTERN TABLESPOONS engraved with initials, by GA, London 1868, and two similar dessert spoons (4) (c.6oz)

£80-160

£150-250

£50-100

352 A COLLECTION OF CONTINENTAL SOUVENIR SPOONS, some enamelled, some marked 800, (a quantity) £80-160

72

£500-1,000


PORTR AIT MINIATURES, GOLD AND OBJETS D’ART

73


356 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD ENGINETURNED VESTA CASE with a vacant circular cartouche, 1¾"

362 A VICTORIAN "PINCEBEK" SEAL with a cornelian intaglio and three other seals, on a ring loop (4)

£100-200

£100-200

357 AN ART DECO 9CT YELLOW GOLD ENGINE-TURNED CIGARETTE CASE inscribed "ERA" to the interior, stamped 375, 3¼"

362A A VICTORIAN GOLD COLOURED METAL OVAL SEAL set with an intaglio cornelian, on a silk pendant ribbon, and another (2)

£600-1,000

358 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD ENGINETURNED CIGARETTE CASE stamped 375, 3¼"

363 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

£600-1,000

358A A  N ART DECO 9CT YELLOW GOLD ENGINE-TURNED RECTANGULAR CIGARETTE CASE stamped 375, 4¼"

£1,000-1,500

£80-150

361 VAN CLEEF AND ARPELS: A YELLOW GOLD LIPSTICK BRUSH of plain cylindrical form, with floral engraving, set with a sapphire and diamond flowerhead, stamped 14k, NY12270, 4"

£50-100

365 A ROCOCO STYLE GOLD 'PORTRAIT' BOX of quatrefoil shape, the cover set with a portrait miniature of a lady, within a finely worked border of scrolls, flowers and a shell, on a diaper-chased ground extending over the sides and base, probably Swiss, bearing French import marks, late 19th/early 20th century, 3" high, in a leathercovered Wartski case. See illustration

£700-1,400

360 A YELLOW GOLD BRIDGE PENCIL of plain cylindrical form, 3½", and a gold-coloured articulated chain and fob

£80-150

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

359 AN ART DECO 9CT YELLOW GOLD CIGARETTE CASE inscribed to the interior and dated 1929-30, stamped 375, 3¼"

£70-100

£600-1,000

74

Provenance: The property of a Lady. Private collection, Somerset.

£3,000-5,000


Lot 365

75


366 A PAIR OF 9CT YELLOW GOLD "TROON GOLF CLUB" MEDALS, engraved and inscribed, stamped "375" (2)

371A A MID 18TH CENTURY ENGLISH ENAMEL BOX, the cover painted with the King of Prussia, standing pointing towards a battle in the distance, the sides decorated with military trophies, the interior with a tree, 3.5" wide

£50-100

367 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD AND BLUE ENAMEL "TROON GOLF CLUB" MONTHLY MEDAL and two others (3)

£800-£1,200

372 AN EVERSHARP PEN SET comprising fountain pen and propelling pencil, the terminals marked "14 karat gold", in case

£80-150

£200-400

368 AN 18CT YELLOW GOLD "THE WILLOW BANK CURLING CLUB" MEDALLION, in case, and Kelvinside Academy Classical Side 1904-05, medal in case (2)

373 A WATERMANS FOUNTAIN PEN, the gold coloured cover inscribed "Waterman's Made in USA", and a Schaeffer fountain pen, in brown stripe case (2)

£80-150

369 A 15CT YELLOW GOLD PRESTWICK GOLF CLUB MEDAL of elliptical shape, in case, and two other gold and enamel golf medals (3)

373A A SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE CYLINDRICAL ENAMEL NEEDLECASE decorated with small landscape vignettes against a raised ground, 4.75" long

£100-200

369A A  GILT METAL MASONIC MEDAL on a silk ribbon, and a white enamel Maltese Cross medal (2)

£40-60

£70-100

375 A DUNHILL AQUARIUM LIGHTER, the oval base with re-entrant corners decorated with pink fish in an underwater landscape, inscribed "Dunhill Lighter", 4". See illustration

£100-200

371 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD AND ENAMEL OVAL MASONIC MEDAL inscribed "London", inscribed to the reverse "White Rose of York Lodge no. 2340, London Rank, December 1937", and two other Masonic medals (3)

£80-£120

374 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD SOUVENIR SPOON, the floral cast terminal set with an enamel circular panel of a jockey, stamped 375, and a 9ct yellow gold coffee spoon (2)

370 A 9CT GOLD AND BLUE ENAMEL "TROON GOLF CLUB" MEDAL stamped 375, in case, and three other similar medals (4)

£50-100

£100-200

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£1,000-2,000


Lot 375

77


380A A CONTINENTAL TORTOISESHELL MINIATURE MANDOLIN inlaid with mother of pearl, 5", three other musical instruments and a knife (5)

376 A PAIR OF 18TH CENTURY SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE ENAMEL CANDLESTICKS with double knop stems, bases and detachable sconces, the cream ground painted with polychrome floral sprays, 11"

£300-500

381 AN 18TH CENTURY KNIFE AND FORK, the ivory and tortoiseshell terminals with silver mounts and steel blade, monogrammed "TM", 9½" and 8" (2)

376A A  COLLECTION OF THREE SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE ENAMEL BOXES including a small rectangular patch box decorated with a tomb, inscribed "A Pledge of Love", 1½" wide, and a similar blue ground enamel jar and cover (4)

£50-100 382 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 enamel terminals and three other sets of cocktail sticks (a lot)

£150-200

377 AN ENAMEL BOX AND COVER of cartouche shape, decorated with a huntsman and hound, 1¾", another enamel box and cover with "bianco sopra bianco" decoration, 2" and two other boxes (4)

383 A GILT METAL CRUCIFIX, probably Continental, late 18th/early 19th century, with triform terminals and engraved to the reverse, 5"

£150-£250

£50-100

385 A LEATHER RACING WALLET with 9ct gold mount, with coronet and monogram for William Proby (1836-1909), 5th Earl of Carysfort, Ireland, retailed by Percy Edwards Ltd, 4½"

£50-100

379 A SET OF SIX LIBERTY'S SILVER AND ENAMEL CLOVERLEAF BUTTONS with pierced borders, in case, inscribed "Liberty London and Paris"

£200-400

386 A SWISS "SINGING BIRD" AUTOMATON, the silver rectangular case engraved with floral cornucopiae and engine-turned ground, an oval enamel hinged panel decorated with swans on a lake at sunset, in case, together with a letter from The Grand Hotel, BeauRivage, Geneva, dated 1911, 4". See illustration

£100-200

380 A COLONIAL HARDWOOD AND MOTHER OF PEARL INLAID CROSS, 17", and a similar smaller example, 13½" (2)

£50-100

384 A GILT METAL AND "NIELLO" CROSS with trefoil terminals, possibly Iberian, 2¾"

378 THE CALEDONIAN CLUB GOLFING SOCIETY MEDAL awarded to Fergus D. Morton, 1926, and a collection of similar medals and medallions (a lot)

£50-100

£150-250

377A A  COLLECTION OF FOUR SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE ENAMEL BOXES, each of oval form, one decorated with an inscription "A Sound Conscience is a Wall of Brass", 1¾" wide (4)

£50-100

£350-500

78

£1,000-2,000


Lot 386 open

Lot 386

79


387 MILITARIA: WATERLOO: A MILITARY POUCH with silver foliate engraved cover surmounted by gilt eagle mount, inscribed "Waterloo", 7½"

393 A VICTORIAN TUNBRIDGEWARE PAPER KNIFE, 9½", and another two (3)

£100-200

394 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD MODEL OF THE FLYING HORSE OF KANSU on a nephrite "jade" rectangular base, 3"

388 A RUSSIAN ICON painted with The Madonna and Child, with a silver mount, foliate engraved robes and coronet, Kokoshnik marks, circa 1900, 7"

£200-400

£100-200

£40-70

397 ENGLISH SCHOOL, 19th century A portrait miniature of a young girl, her hair in ringlets, in an arcadian garden setting, 5" x 4"

391 A VICTORIAN TUNBRIDGEWARE RING STAND, the turned column with urn finial, on circular base and compressed bun feet, 3¼" high

£50-100

£80-160

397A ENGLISH SCHOOL, early 19th century A portrait miniature of a young boy, half length, wearing a blue jacket, on ivory, oval, in ebonised mount and rococo style carved ivory frame, with acanthus leaf scroll and bell flower sides surmounted by a shell pediment, the miniature 2½" x 2"

392 A VICTORIAN TUNBRIDGEWARE WARE CARD CASE of plain rectangular form, 3½"

£50-100

396 A EUROPEAN CARVED IVORY TRIPTYCH carved as the Virgin Mary wearing a coronet, the lower section hinged and opening to a scene possibly depicting the Crusades, 8"

£60-100

390 A VICTORIAN TUNBRIDGEWARE SEWING BOX AND COVER of rectangular form with an interior tray, 4"

£400-700

395 DUKE OF WELLINGTON: AN IVORY CIRCULAR BOX AND COVER carved with the bust of the Duke of Wellington, 3½"

389 A VICTORIAN TAPESTRY MINIATURE FOOT STOOL, the square top with tapering sides on rosewood base with compressed bun feet, 5"

£50-100

£40-60

80

£400-600


Lots 395, 396, 397A

81


398 CIRCLE OF JOHN DONALDSON Miniature portrait on ivory of Eyre Coote wearing a red jacket with order to the breast, oval, on ivory, with pierced gilt easel surround, 2" x 1½" £300-600

Lot 398

399 ATTRIBUTED TO HENRY SPICER A miniature portrait on enamel of Sarah Rodbart, wife of Eyre Coote, oval, within a blue enamel and gilt surround, 1¾" x 1¼"

Lot 399

82

£500-1,000


COINS

83


400 A VICTORIAN GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1872 and three others dated 1873, 1875, and 1876 (4)

406 AN EDWARD VII GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1902 and three others dated 1903, 1904, and 1905 (4)

£500-1,000

401 A VICTORIAN GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1878 and three others dated 1879, 1880, and 1884 (4)

407 AN EDWARD VII GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1906 and two others dated 1907 and 1908 (3)

£500-1,000

£500-1,000

£500-1,000

£500-1,000

£500-1,000

411 A GEORGE V GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1922 and three others dated 1924, 1925, and 1926 (4)

405 A VICTORIAN GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1899 and two others dated 1900 and 1901 (3)

£500-1,000

410 A GEORGE V GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1912 and three others dated 1916, 1918, and 1919 (4)

404 A VICTORIAN GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1895 and three others dated 1896, 1897, and 1898 (4)

£250-500

409 A GEORGE V GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1911 and three others dated 1913, 1914, and 1915 (4)

403 A VICTORIAN GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1891 and three others dated 1892, 1893, and 1894 (4)

£350-650

408 AN EDWARD VII GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1909 and one other dated 1910 (2)

402 A VICTORIAN GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1885 and three others dated 1887, 1888, and 1889 (4)

£500-1,000

£500-1,000

84

£500-1,000


412 A GEORGE V GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1927 and three others dated 1928, 1929, and 1932 (4)

418 AN ELIZABETH II GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 2004 and two others dated 2005 and 2006 (3)

£500-1,000

413 AN ELIZABETH II GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1957 and two others dated 1958 and 1959 (3)

£350-650

419 A VICTORIAN GOLD HALF SOVEREIGN dated 1887 and two Edward VII half Sovereigns dated 1902 and 1906 (3)

£350-650

£200-400

414 AN ELIZABETH II GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1962 and three others dated 1963, 1964, and 1965 (4)

420 AN EDWARD VII GOLD HALF SOVEREIGN dated 1902

£500-1,000

415 AN ELIZABETH II GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1966 and three others dated 1967, 1968, and 1974 (4)

421 AN EDWARD V GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1910

£500-1,000

£150-250

423 A VICTORIAN GOLD HALF SOVEREIGN dated 1894

£500-1,000

417 AN ELIZABETH II GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1981 and three others dated 2000, 2002, and 2003 (4)

£150-300

422 AN EDWARD V GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1909

416 AN ELIZABETH II GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1976 and three others dated 1978, 1979 and 1980 (4)

£60-120

£500-1,000

85

£80-160


424 A VICTORIAN SHIELD BACK GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1849. See illustration

430 A GEORGE V GOLD HALF SOVEREIGN dated 1914

£150-200

431 A VICTORIAN GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1900

425 A VICTORIAN SHIELD BACK GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1847. See illustration

£150-300

427 A VICTORIAN SHIELD BACK GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1863. See illustration

£250-300

434 ROYAL MINT: AN ELIZABETH II GOLD PROOF SOVEREIGN dated 2001 and one other dated 2003, both with presentation cases, outer box and certificate of authenticity (2)

£150-300

£250-500

428 AN EDWARD VII GOLD HALF SOVEREIGN dated 1906

435 ROYAL MINT: AN ELIZABETH II GOLD PROOF SOVEREIGN dated 2006 and one other also dated 2006 both with presentation cases, outer box and certificate of authenticity (2)

£80-160

429 A GEORGE V GOLD HALF SOVEREIGN dated 1911

£150-300

433 AN ELIZABETH II GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1982 and one other dated 2001 (2)

£150-300

432 A VICTORIAN GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1899 mounted as a pendant

£150-300

426 A VICTORIAN MELBOURNE ISSUE GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1890. See illustration

£80-160

£250-500

£80-160

86


Lots 424, 425, 426 and 427

87


436 A FRENCH 100 FRANC GOLD COIN dated 1886. See illustration

442 AN AMERICAN 10 DOLLAR GOLD COIN dated 1898

£150-250

£500-1,000

437 ROYAL MINT: AN ELIZABETH II GOLD PROOF VICTORIAN ANNIVERSARY CROWN dated 2001 with presentation case, outer box and certificate of authenticity. See illustration

443 AN AMERICAN 10 DOLLAR GOLD COIN dated 1893

444 A GEORGE V GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1913 and one other Edward VII half gold sovereign dated 1902 (2)

£800-1600

438 A HELVETIA SWISS GOLD 20 FRANC COIN dated 1897, mounted as a pendant, one other dated 1922 and a French 20 Franc gold coin dated 1866 (3)

£150-250

£200-400

445 AN EDWARD VII GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1910 and one other half sovereign dated 1907 (2)

£300-500

£200-400 439 A WILLIAM IV GOLD SOVEREIGN dated 1836

446 ROYAL MINT: AN ELIZABETH II GOLD PROOF SOVEREIGN dated 2004 and one other dated 2005, both with presentation cases, outer box and certificate of authenticity (2)

£300-600

440 A GEORGE III GOLD SPADE GUINEA dated 1794

£200-400

£250-500

441 A GEORGE III GOLD GUINEA dated 1775

447 ROYAL MINT: AN ELIZABETH II GOLD PROOF SOVEREIGN dated 2002 with presentation case, outer box and certificate of authenticity

£250-450

88

£150-250


Lots 436 and 437

89


448 AN AUSTRIAN 100 CORONA RE-STRIKE GOLD COIN dated 1915, mounted as a brooch. See illustration

454 A GEORGE III TWO PENCE COIN dated 1797

£700-1,400

455 A SILVER GEORGE III CROWN dated 1820, EF/VF with excellent patination and surface colour and two other Victorian Crowns dated 1887 and 1899 (3)

449 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD "VICKERS PRIZE" MEDAL dated 1912-1913, (c.62grams). See illustration

£400-600

£200-400

458 A WILLIAM III SILVER CROWN dated 1696

£300-600

452 A GEORGE III GOLD SPADE GUINEA dated 1798 with attached loop for pendant

£200-400

459 A GEORGE I SILVER CROWN dated 1720

£150-250

453 AN 18K YELLOW GOLD CIRCULAR DISC mounted as a pendant, one other gold rectangular disc mounted as a pendant, a silver Crown dated 1820 and a silver Half Crown dated 1817 (4)

£80-160

457 A COMMONWEALTH SILVER HALF CROWN dated 1653

£150-250

451 A PROMESA MATRIMONIAL GOLD MEDAL mounted as a pendant

£100-200

456 A SILVER "PEACE OF ULRECHT" MEDAL, BY JOHN CROKER, dated 1713

450 AN EDWARD VII GOLD CORONATION MEDALLION dated 1902, mounted as a brooch. See illustration

£50-100

£100-200

90

£300-500


Lots 448, 449 and 450

91


460 AN EDWARD VI SILVER CROWN dated 1553. See illustration

465 A QUEEN ANNE SILVER CROWN dated 1707. See illustration

£1,500-2,000

461 A CHARLES I SILVER CROWN dated 1644. See illustration

466 A CHARLES I SILVER HALF CROWN

£600-800

£150-250

468 A GEORGE III OVER MARKED REAL, dated 1790

£400-600

463 A CHARLES II SILVER CROWN dated 1662. See illustration

£150-300

469 A GEORGE III SILVER BANK OF ENGLAND ISSUE DOLLAR dated 1804

£300-600

464 A WILLIAM AND MARY SILVER CROWN dated 1691. See illustration

£80-120

467 A GEORGE II SILVER CROWN dated 1732

462 A JAMES II SILVER CROWN dated 1687. See illustration

£300-500

£200-400

470 A GEORGE III SILVER CROWN dated 1819

£300-500

£150-250

471 A GEORGE IV SILVER CROWN dated 1821 £150-250

92


Lots 460-465

93


472 A VICTORIAN SILVER GOTHIC CROWN dated 1847. See illustrations

479 ROYAL MINT: A QUEEN VICTORIA PORTRAIT COLLECTION SET OF THREE SOVEREIGNS, including Young Head 1886, Jubilee Head 1892, and Old Head 1899, in a fitted case with certificate

£1,000-2,000

473 A WILLIAM IV SILVER HALF CROWN dated 1836

480 A GEORGE V EIGHT COIN PROOF SET dated 1911, consisting of Half Crown, Florin, Shilling, Sixpence and four coin Maundy set, in a fitted red leather case

£50-100

474 A VICTORIAN SILVER CROWN dated 1845

£80-150

£80-150

476 AN EDWARD VII SILVER CROWN dated 1902 and a George V silver Proof Crown dated 1927 (2)

£200-400

482 A VICTORIAN SEVEN COIN CASE SET, consisting of a silver three pence to Crown dated 1887, in a later fitted case

£80-150

477 ROYAL MINT: A QUARTER SOVEREIGN dated 2009 and one other dated 2012, both in fitted cases with certificates (2)

£400-600

481 ROYAL MINT: "VICTORIAN CENTENARY COLLECTION" SET, consisting of a Victorian Sovereign dated 1901 an Elizabeth II Sovereign dated 2001 and an anniversary reverse proof Crown dated 2001 in a fitted case with certificate

475 A VICTORIAN SILVER CROWN dated 1887 and one other dated 1898 (2)

£600-800

£80-150

483 A GEORGE V CORONATION SIX COIN PROOF SET, three pence to Crown, dated 1927 in a fitted red leather case

£80-160

478 ROYAL MINT: A QUEEN ELIZABETH II PORTRAIT COLLECTION SET OF FOUR SOVEREIGNS dated 1957, 1984, 1985, and 2004, in a fitted cased with certificate

£300-600

£800-1,500

94


Lot 472

95


484 AN EDWARD VII CORONATION ELEVEN COIN PROOF SET, one pence to Sovereign dated 1902, in a fitted red leather case. See illustration

490 ROYAL MINT: AN ELIZABETH II GOLDEN JUBILEE PROOF CROWN SET, dated 2002, consisting of 24 coins in a fitted wooden presentation box with certificate

£800-1,200

£300-600

485 A GEORGE V NINE COIN PRESENTATION SET, three pence to Sovereign dated 1927, with a silver-gilt presentation plaque and oval picture frame, in a fitted shaped blue case

491 ROYAL MINT: A DOUBLE SILVER PROOF SET, dated 2008 consisting of emblems of Britain and Royal Shield of Arms, in a fitted presentation case

£80-120

£200-400

486 A GEORGE VI CORONATION FIFTEEN COIN SPECIMEN SET, Maundy to Crown dated 1937 in a fitted red leather case

492 ROYAL MINT: A COLLECTION OF SILVER FIVE POUND COMMEMORATIVE COINS in fitted presentation cases.

£100-200

£200-400

487 THREE PROOF SETS, one mid-century dated 1950, one Festival of Britain dated 1951 and one Coronation dated 1953

493 THREE CANADIAN ONE OUNCE COINS AND NINE AMERICAN LIBERTY DOLLARS (12)

£80-150

488 SIXTEEN BRITANNIA ONE OUNCE SILVER COINS dated 1997-2012, some with cases

494 EIGHTEEN SILVER DOLLARS, 19th and 20th century

£300-600

£200-400

495 TWENTY SILVER AMERICAN DOLLARS, all 19th century

489 ROYAL MINT: AN ELIZABETH II COMMEMORATIVE SILVER TEN POUND COIN, Diamond Jubilee 2012 and one other Queen’s Coronation 60th Anniversary 2013 both in presentation cases and outer boxes (2)

£60-120

£300-600

£50-100

96


Lot 484

97


496 A COLLECTION OF 28 EARLY AMERICAN COMMEMORATIVE SILVER HALF DOLLARS, dated 19th and 20th century

502 CARSON CITY MINT: TWO AMERICAN SILVER DOLLARS dated 1882 and 1884, M.S. state, slabbed by N.G.C. (2)

£800-1,600

£80-120

497 AN AUSTRIAN GOLD THREE COIN SET, dated 1915 (re-strike), in a fitted leatherette presentation case. See illustration

503 W.T.C. GROUND ZERO INTEREST: AN AMERICAN SILVER EAGLE DOLLAR recovered from the World Trade Centre ruins after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack, and a related tenth anniversary coin 2001-2011 (2)

£500-1,000

£50-100

498 UNITED STATES MINT: AN AMERICAN BUFFALO ONE OUNCE GOLD PROOF COIN, dated 2007, in a fitted presentation case and outer box. See illustration

504 A COLLECTION OF 24 AMERICAN COMMEMORATIVE SILVER DOLLARS of Military history interest, each in M.S. and P.F. state, all slabbed by N.G.C.

£1,000-2,000

505 A COLLECTION OF 26 AMERICAN COMMEMORATIVE SILVER DOLLARS, relating to historical figures, in M.S. and P.F. state, all slabbed by N.G.C.

499 UNITED STATES MINT: AN AMERICAN EAGLE GOLD PROOF FOUR COIN COLLECTION, various dates, in a fitted presentation case and outer box. See illustration

£800-1,600

£200-400

506 A COLLECTION OF 22 AMERICAN COMMEMORATIVE SILVER DOLLARS, r elating to historical places, in M.S. and P.F. state, all slabbed by N.G.C.

500 UNITED STATES MINT: A ULTRAHIGH RELIEF DOUBLE EAGLE GOLD COIN, dated 2009, in a fitted wooden presentation case, outer card box to include a book relating to the coin See illustration

£800-1,600

£200-400

507 A COLLECTION OF 26 AMERICAN COMMEMORATIVE SILVER DOLLARS, various subjects including scouts, sports, history, and others, in M.S. and P.F. state, all slabbed by N.G.C.

501 A COLLECTION OF 32 AMERICAN COMMEMORATIVE SILVER DOLLARS, of Olympics interest, in M.S. and P.F. state, all slabbed by N.G.C.

£200-400

£300-600

98

£200-400


Lots 497-500

99


508 A COLLECTION OF EIGHT AMERICAN CLASSIC SILVER DOLLARS, 2000 Buffalo, 1986 Liberty, 2008 Bald Eagle, 2012 Star Spangled Banner each in M.S. and P.F. state, all slabbed by N.G.C.

515 AN ELIZABETH I (FIFTH ISSUE) SIXPENCE (GREEK CROSS MM), a George I Shilling dated 1723 and a George III Shilling dated 1816, Bull Neck Laurel Head (3)

£80-160

516 A GEORGE II SIXPENCE, dated 1758, old laureate bust

509 A COLLECTION OF 31 AMERICAN SILVER EAGLE DOLLARS, all P.F. state, mostly slabbed by N.G.C.

£80-160 518 A WILLIAM III SIXPENCE, dated 1697, third bust, large Crown, later Harp, and three others dated 1746, 1757 and 1834 (4)

£300-600 511 A COLLECTION OF 38 AMERICAN SILVER COMMEMORATIVE HALF DOLLARS, Olympics, historical and others in M.S. and P.F. state, slabbed by N.G.C.

£200-400

£60-120

521 A GEORGE V WREATH SILVER CROWN, dated 1931

£400-600

513 A GEORGE II "LIMA" SHILLING, dated 1745

£180-260

522 AN EDWARD VII SILVER CROWN, dated 1902

£80-160

514 A GEORGE III SHILLING with Semee of Hearts dated 1787

£200-300

520 A VICTORIAN YOUNG HEAD SILVER CROWN, dated 1844, Cinquefoil stop after Regnall

£60-120

519 A GEORGE IV SILVER CROWN, dated 1821 secundo, "W.W.P." inverted under lance

512 UNITED STATES MINT: ONE COMPLETE AND ONE PART COLLECTION OF AMERICAN EAGLE 25TH ANNIVERSARY SILVER COINS SETS, in presentation cases and outer boxes and a collection of various proof sets in presentation cases and outer boxes (9)

£60-120

517 A WILLIAM IV SIXPENCE BARE HEAD, dated 1836

£300-600

510 A COLLECTION OF 42 AMERICAN SILVER EAGLE DOLLARS, in M.S. state, slabbed by N.G.C. and P.C. G.S.

£60-120

£80-160

523 A GEORGE III SILVER CROWN, dated 1818 and four others dated 1819, 1819, 1822 and 1951 (5)

£80-160

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£150-250


Lot 529

524 A QUEEN ANNE SILVER HALF CROWN, dated 1713, roses and plumes

528 A COLLECTION OF CHINESE IMPERIAL RAILWAY BONDS, numbered 24719, 24721, 24722, and 24723 (4)

£50-100

£50-100

525 A GEORGE II SILVER HALF CROWN, dated 1746, Lima

529 AN EDWARD IV ( 1461-1470) GOLD HALF RYAL, York mint with E in the waves. See illustration

£50-100

526 A GEORGE IV SILVER HALF CROWN, dated 1825, and one other also dated 1825, both bare head third reverse (2)

£300-600

530 A COLLECTION OF SEVENTEEN SILVER CROWNS, including a 1935 rocking horse proof crown, a 1937 GVI Coronation proof crown, a 1953 Coronation proof crown, and others.

£100-200

527 A WILLIAM IV SILVER HALF CROWN, dated 1834, script W.W.

£100-200

531-538 Spare lots

£50-100

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545 A GENTLEMAN'S 18CT YELLOW GOLD OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, the fusee movement inscribed "Henry Rust 15 Market Place Hull 103651" in an engine-turned case. See illustration

539 A LADIES 18CT YELLOW GOLD OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, the gilt dial with Roman numerals, in a foliate engraved case, fitted in a leatherette presentation case and one other similar 14k ladies pocket watch also in a fitted presentation case (2)

£150-250

540 A GENTLEMAN'S 18CT YELLOW GOLD HUNTING CASED CHRONOGRAPH POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and outer Arabic numerals, sweep seconds hand and sunken centre numbered 05530, the case front monogrammed. See illustration

546 A LADIES 18K YELLOW GOLD CONTINENTAL OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, the gilt engraved dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, the movement inscribed "Stauffer"

£400-800

£600-1,200

£250-500

549 A GENTLEMAN'S 18CT YELLOW GOLD OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, inscribed "J.W. Benson, London"

£200-400

543 A GENTLEMAN'S 9CT YELLOW GOLD HUNTING CASED POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Arabic numerals and a subsidiary seconds dial

£100-200

548 A GENTLEMAN'S 18CT YELLOW GOLD OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial inscribed "5845", the movement cover inscribed "Army & Navy Cooperative Society Limited, 105 Victoria Street London 5845"

542 A GENTLEMAN'S 9CT YELLOW GOLD HUNTING CASED POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, inscribed "J.W. Benson, London", the case front monogrammed

£100-200

547 A LADIES 18CT YELLOW GOLD OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, the gilt engraved dial with Roman numerals, in a foliate engraved case

541 A GENTLEMAN'S 18K YELLOW GOLD HUNTING CASED CHRONOGRAPH POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, outer Arabic numerals, two subsidiary dials and sweep seconds hand, inscribed "Sir John Bennett, Cheapside, London E.C." in an engine-turned case. See illustration

£300-600

£200-400

550 A GENTLEMAN'S 18CT YELLOW GOLD OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, inscribed "J.W. Benson, London", the movement cover also inscribed

£200-400

544 A GENTLEMAN'S 18CT YELLOW GOLD HALF HUNTING CASED POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, the outer cover with blue Roman numerals

£250-500

£300-600

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551 A GENTLEMAN'S 9CT YELLOW GOLD OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial

557 A GENTLEMAN'S 18K YELLOW GOLD HALF HUNTING CASED POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, the reverse of the case with armorial crest, the front dial cover with blue Roman numerals, in a fitted wooden presentation case

£150-250

£200-400

552 A GENTLEMAN'S 18CT YELLOW GOLD OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial

558 A LADIES 18K YELLOW GOLD OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, the foliate engraved dial with Roman numerals, in foliate engraved case

£200-400

553 A GENTLEMAN'S 9CT YELLOW GOLD OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, inscribed "Waltham"

£200-400

559 A GENTLEMAN'S 18K YELLOW GOLD OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial

£150-250

£80-160

554 A GENTLEMAN'S 18CT YELLOW GOLD OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, inscribed "Pleasance and Harper, Bristol", the movement cover also inscribed and one other 9ct yellow gold open faced pocket watch inscribed "Mappin" (2)

560 A GENTLEMAN'S SWISS 18K YELLOW GOLD OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, inscribed "Mottu Genève", the movement also inscribed, in an engine-turned case

£200-400

£250-500

555 A GENTLEMAN'S 18K YELLOW GOLD OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, in a foliate engraved case

561 A GENTLEMAN'S 9CT YELLOW GOLD HUNTING CASED POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, inscribed "Waltham USA", the movement also inscribed, with attached 9ct yellow gold fob chain

£200-400

556 A GENTLEMAN'S 18K OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial indistinctly inscribed "E....... Southampton"

£400-800

562 A LADIES 18K YELLOW GOLD HUNTING CASED POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, inscribed "CH. ED. Lardet Fleurier Suisse, the movement also inscribed, in an engine-turned case

£100-200

£100-200

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Lot 567

566 A GENTLEMAN'S 18CT YELLOW GOLD HALF HUNTING CASED POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, inscribed "Rotherham, London", the movement cover also inscribed, the front engineturned cover with blue Roman numerals

563 A LADIES 18CT YELLOW GOLD HALF HUNTING CASED POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, inscribed "Edward & Sons, 45147", the movement also inscribed, the dial cover with blue Roman numerals

£200-400

564 A GENTLEMAN'S 9CT YELLOW GOLD OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, with a 9ct yellow gold fob chain (2)

567 A GENTLEMAN'S 18CT YELLOW GOLD HALF HUNTING CASED REPEATING POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, the movement inscribed "Goldsmith Company, 112 Regent Street, London 17796", the case also numbered "17796", the outer front cover with blue Roman numerals. See illustration

£150-300 565 A GENTLEMAN'S 18K YELLOW GOLD HUNTING CASED POCKET WATCH, the silvered dial with Roman numerals, foliate engraved centre and subsidiary seconds dial, the movement inscribed "J. French, Royal Exchange, London", in an engine-turned case

£400-800

£300-600

568 A GENTLEMAN'S 9CT YELLOW GOLD OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial

£250-450

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£100-200


569 A LADIES 14K YELLOW GOLD OPEN FACED FOB WATCH, the gilt foliate engraved dial with Roman numerals, in a foliate engraved case

576 A GENTLEMAN'S GERMAN SILVER OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, in an engraved case, the reverse with a stag in a mountain landscape, to include four other pocket watches and a silver fob chain (6)

£50-100

570 CARTIER: A LADIES SILVER OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, the engine-turned dial with dot numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, inscribed "Cartier Genève", the movement also inscribed

577 A GENTLEMAN'S YELLOW METAL HALF HUNTING CASED POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, inscribed "Lancaster Watch Company Limited, Stollwerck, prize watch", the outer front cover with blue Roman numerals, including a collection of five pocket watches and a silver fob chain (7)

£50-100

571 A GENTLEMAN'S SILVER OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Arabic numerals, the fusee movement inscribed "Julien Le Roy, Paris 3788"

578 A GENTLEMAN'S 18CT YELLOW GOLD HUNTING CASED STOP WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and outer Arabic numerals, inscribed "Thos. Russell & Son, 12 Church Street Liverpool", in a plain case with monogrammed front See illustration

£50-100

573 A GOLIATH SILVER OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, the engine-turned silver dial with gilt Roman numerals, floral decoration to the centre and subsidiary seconds dial, the movement inscribed "D Hyman, Edinburgh 97930"

£80-160

£80-160

575 MOVADO: A FOLDING TRAVELLING PURSE WATCH, the square dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, inscribed "Movado", in a sliding skin case

£500-800

579 A GENTLEMAN'S 9CT YELLOW GOLD OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, outer Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial

574 MOVADO: A FOLDING TRAVELLING PURSE WATCH, the square dial with Arabic and baton numerals, inscribed "Movado" in a sliding skin case

£100-200

£80-160

572 A GENTLEMEN'S PEAR CASED SILVER POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, inscribed "J.T. Briggs, Spalding 101427", the fusee movement also inscribed and numbered

£60-120

£80-160

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£150-250


Lot 578

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580 VACHERON CONSTANTIN: A LADIES 18K YELLOW GOLD AND DIAMOND COCKTAIL WATCH, the black dial with four diamond dot numerals (one missing), inscribed "Vacheron-Constantin Genève", surrounded by a diamond bezel, consisting of 24 brilliant cut diamonds, the movement numbered 1850/201, serial 475308, attached to an 18k yellow gold bracelet with folding clasp, in a leather Vacheron Constantin carrying case and outer card box. See illustration

587 OMEGA: A LADIES STAINLESS STEEL WRISTWATCH, the round dial with raised baton numerals and date aperture, inscribed "Omega De Ville", attached to a yellow and white stainless steel articulated bracelet with folding clasp, with associated paperwork, in a leatherette presentation case £250-500 588 BUECHE-GIROD: A LADIES 9CT YELLOW GOLD WRISTWATCH, the square gilt dial with gilt baton numerals, attached to an articulated bar set bracelet with folding clasp and safety chain

£2,500-5,000

581 A LADIES PLATINUM AND DIAMOND COCKTAIL WATCH, the round dial with Arabic numerals, surrounded by a diamond bezel, attached to a 9ct white gold mesh bracelet with folding clasp, in a leatherette presentation case

589 ACCURIST: A LADIES 9CT YELLOW GOLD WRISTWATCH, the round dial with raise gilt baton numerals, inscribed "Accurist", attached to a fancy link 9ct yellow gold bracelet with folding clasp

£200-400 582 A LADIES PLATINUM AND DIAMOND COCKTAIL WATCH, the round dial with Arabic numerals, surrounded by a curved rectangular-form pave-set diamond bezel, attached to a fabric strap and one other cocktail watch (2)

£100-200

£50-100 591 JAEGER- LE COULTRE: A LADIES WRISTWATCH, the rectangular black dial with Arabic numerals, inscribed "Jaeger-le Coultre", attached to a black leather strap and one other ladies Omega wristwatch (2)

584 A LADIES 9CT YELLOW GOLD WRISTWATCH, the square dial with Arabic and raised baton numerals inscribed "Rolex", attached to a 9ct yellow gold mesh bracelet, in a Rolex presentation case

£100-200

590 A LADIES 9CT YELLOW GOLD WRISTWATCH, the octagon engine-turned dial with Arabic numerals, attached to a black fabric strap and one other ladies "Griffon" wristwatch with expanding bracelet (2)

£200-400

583 A LADIES VICTORIAN 18K YELLOW GOLD AND ENAMEL WRISTWATCH, the round dial with Roman numerals, surrounded by a blue enamel bezel, attached to a rolled gold mesh bracelet

£200-400

£200-400

592 JAEGER-LE COULTRE: A LADIES YELLOW GOLD WRISTWATCH, the rectangular dial with gilt baton numerals, inscribed "Jaeger-le-Coultre", mounted in an open work frame, attached to a 14k yellow gold mesh bracelet, with folding clasp. See illustration

585 OMEGA: A LADIES 9CT YELLOW GOLD WRISTWATCH, the round dial with Arabic and raised baton numerals inscribed "Omega", attached to a 9ct yellow gold mesh bracelet with folding clasp £100-200

586 ROLEX: A LADIES 14CT YELLOW GOLD WRISTWATCH, the oval gilt dial with raised baton 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 £800-1,200

£100-200

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£300-500


Lot 580

Lot 592

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593 CARTIER PANTHERE: A LADIES STAINLESS STEEL WRISTWATCH, the square dial with Roman numerals, inscribed "Cartier", the dial back also inscribed and numbered 66921004680, attached to a white and yellow stainless steel articulated bracelet with folding clasp

597 A GENTLEMAN'S 9CT YELLOW GOLD WRISTWATCH, the rectangular dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, attached to an expanding yellow and white metal bracelet

598 OMEGA: A GENTLEMAN'S 9CT YELLOW GOLD WRISTWATCH, the cream dial with raised gilt baton numerals and sweep seconds hand, inscribed "Omega Genève", attached to a 9ct yellow gold mesh bracelet with folding clasp

£300-400

594 CARTIER: A LADIES SANTOS TYPE QUARTZ WRISTWATCH, the square dial with Roman numerals, sweep seconds hand and date aperture, surrounded by a gilt and white metal bezel, the reverse numbered C16128, attached to a later black strap with white metal buckle

599 A CARTIER STYLE: GENTLEMAN'S STAINLESS STEEL WRISTWATCH, the square white dial with Roman numerals and sweep second hand, inscribed "Cartier Automatic", no strap, in a Swiss Supreme Collection leatherette presentation case

£150-300

595 GIRARD PERREGAUX: A GENTLEMAN'S WHITE GOLD WRISTWATCH, the dial with raised baton numerals, inscribed "Girard Perregaux", attached to an 18k white gold articulated bracelet with folding clasp stamped 18k, in original presentation case, with associated paperwork

£80-160

600 SEKONDA CLASSIC: A GENTLEMAN'S YELLOW METAL WRISTWATCH, the round dial with Arabic numerals, sweep seconds hand, three subsidiary dials and date aperture, inscribed "Sekonda Classic", attached to a brown leather Sekonda strap, in a Sekonda presentation case and outer box to include one other gentleman's wristwatch inscribed "Emporio Armani" (2)

£400-800 596 ROLEX: A GENTLEMAN'S STAINLESS STEEL WRISTWATCH, the round dial with Arabic numerals inscribed "Rolex Oyster Precision", attached to a replaced Rolex black leather strap, with Rolex associated paperwork

£300-500

£80-160

£150-300 601-609 Spare lots.

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CARRIAGE CLOCKS 610 A FRENCH BRASS CASED REPEATING CARRIAGE CLOCK, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, striking on a coiled gong, in a plain brass case with swing handle 7" high

612 JAEGER-LE COULTRE: A BRASS CASED MANTEL CLOCK, the round dial with Arabic numerals inscribed "Jaeger-le Coultre" surrounded by a plain gilt bezel with dot numerals 5¼" high

£200-400

613 JAEGER: A DESK CLOCK, of obelisk form, the square dial with Arabic and raised baton numerals, inscribed "Jaeger", the base decorated with Egyptian style panels 9¼" high

611 A BRASS CASED REPEATING CARRIAGE CLOCK, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and outer Arabic seconds numerals, three subsidiary alarm and calendar dials, inscribed "Angelus", all surrounded by a gilt scroll work mask, striking on a coiled gong, in a plain brass case with Corinthian columns and swing handle 8" high.

£150-250

£100-200

614 A SILVER DRESSING TABLE CLOCK, the round white dial with Roman numerals, in an engineturned case, with bun feet and swing handle, hallmarked London 1902 J.C. Vickery 4" high

£200-400

£50-100

615-699 Spare lots.

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700 HISTORICAL DIAMONDS: A CASED SET OF FIFTEEN CUT AND POLISHED GLASS DIAMOND MODELS, in a fitted case, and a cased polished glass set with the famous Cullinan diamond (2).

Provenance: Margaret Titmus, a well-regarded diamond dealer in the 1950's.

£200-400

706 AN UNMARKED YELLOW GOLD AND ENAMEL BADGE for a Companion of the Order of the Bath (Military Division), 2.6cm long, and two similar enamelled badges including one for Egypt 1884 (3) £80-160 707 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD FOX HEAD NECKLACE, the fox head with round-cut ruby eyes, hallmarked with makers mark HG, mounted in the centre of a red bead necklace, 16" (40.5cm long). See illustration

701 A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY EQUIPMENT including gram scales and caliper gauges (a lot)

Provenance: Margaret Titmus, a well-regarded diamonddealer in the 1950's.

708 A PAIR OF OVAL CABOCHON MOONSTONE CUFFLINKS set in unmarked platinum and yellow gold. See illustration

£80-160 702 A COLLECTION OF VICTORIAN AND LATER PASTE-SET STICK PINS including heart and horseshoe examples, mounted on a heart-shaped linen pin cushion. See illustration

£300-600

709 A PAIR OF UNMARKED YELLOW GOLD PALM LEAF STUD EARRINGS, each claw-set to the centre with a cluster of five graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds, totalling circa 0.19cts, (c.19.2grams all in). See illustration

£50-100 703 AN OVAL SHELL CAMEO depicting Diana the Huntress, 6.7cm long, in an ebonised and gilt metal oval frame. See illustration

£300-600 710 MARGOT VAN VOORHIES CARR: A GREEN ENAMELLED SILVER NECKLACE formed from reticulated links in a serpent design, with makers stamp "Margot de Taxco", numbered 5554, 15" (37.5cm) long, and a pair of serpent screw-back earrings ensuite (2). See illustration

£200-400 704 THE KING'S HUSSARS: A BLUE ENAMELLED AND DIAMOND-SET MOTIF BROOCH set in unmarked yellow gold, in a fitted case for Carrington & Co., 2.5cm long. See illustration

£100-200

£1,800-2,200

711 A PAIR OF UNMARKED YELLOW GOLD SQUARE CUFFLINKS rub-over set with square-cut sapphires forming a chequer design, (c.17grams all in). See illustration

705 A ROYAL NAVAL DIAMOND-SET BAR BROOCH depicting a rope and anchor to the centre of a pair of wings, in unmarked white metal, in the original fitted case, 5½" long, and a similar gilt metal and enamelled RAF brooch (2). See illustration

£100-200

£1,500-3,000

712 A VICTORIAN MOURNING BROOCH/PENDANT set to the centre with a panel of plaited hairwork surrounded by a seed pearl border and a further black enamelled and engraved scroll border, the reverse with inscription and photographs, 5cm long

£80-160

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£40-80


Lot 712

Lot 707 Lot 710

Lot 703

Lot 709

Lot 705 (part)

Lot 708 Lot 704

Lot 711 Lot 702 117


713 A DIAMOND-SET BAR BROOCH of open floral form, collet-set to centre with a round oldcut diamond with further millegrain-set diamonds along the unmarked yellow metal bar, in a fitted case

720 A CARVED JADEITE PENDANT carved and pierced in the form of a crane within a tree, 3.72cm long, with an old-cut diamond-set pendant hanger, on an 18ct yellow gold trace-link chain, 16" (40cm) long. See illustration

£100-200

714 A DIAMOND-SET OPEN SCROLL BROOCH FRONT, an Etruscan style enamelled and citrine-set bar brooch, and a quantity of other seed pearls and diamond-set bar brooches (a lot)

This lot is accompanied by a report from the Gem and Pearl Laboratory, London, confirming that the jadeite jade has no evidence of treatment.

£1,400-1,800

715 A STAR SAPPHIRE AND BLACK ENAMELLED STICK PIN, a black pearl and rose-cut diamond stick pin and four other diamond and stone stick pins (6)

721 A PAIR OF NATURAL JADEITE AND DIAMOND DRESS CLIPS in the Art Deco style, each jadeite panel carved with fruit gourds and mounted in unmarked white metal, with a rub-over diamond-set stylised mount, each jadeite panel c.3.9cm long. See illustration

A Certificate from the Hong Kong Jade and Stone Laboratory Ltd confirms both clips to be set with natural jadeite, 'A Jade', without polymer filling.

Provenance: Edna Windsor. A bequest to Mrs A. Bolshaw.

£4,000-6,000

£100-200

£200-400

716 A VICTORIAN FOILED AMETHYST AND GILT METAL CUFF BRACELET, a lavender guilloche enamel and seed pearl pendant and other similar brooches and jewellery (a lot)

£100-200 722 A CHINESE BLUE AGATE PENDANT carved and pierced with two dogs amongst scrolls, 5.5cm long, and suspended from a double row seed pearl and carved blue agate bead chain, 26" (65cm) long. See illustration

717 A VICTORIAN OVAL SHELL CAMEO depicting a side portrait profile of a Roman warrior and his maiden, 4.7cm long, within a gilt metal scrolling openwork frame, and another similar shell cameo brooch (2)

£500-1,000

£80-160 723 A DOUBLE ROW KNOTTED CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE, each pearl circa 7.8mm wide, with an emerald-cut jade clasp surrounded by a cluster border of round brilliant-cut diamonds and baguette-cut diamonds, in 14ct white gold, 16" (40cm) long. See illustration

718 THREE POUCHES OF LOOSE MIXED-CUT AQUAMARINES AND PERIDOTS, the largest stone 2cm x 1.7cm (a lot)

£100-200

719 AN OVAL SHELL CAMEO of a philosopher beside a globe, in an unmarked yellow metal mount, 4.3cm long, a yellow gold and plaited hairwork cross pendant, and similar Victorian jewellery (a lot)

£200-400

724 A JADE AND DIAMOND DRESS RING claw-set with two crescent-shaped jade panels, within pave-set and claw-set diamond borders, on a platinum shank. See illustration

£100-200

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Please see lot 725 for the matching earrings.

£200-400


Lot 723

Lot 720

Lot 721

Lot 724

Lot 725

Lot 722

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725 A PAIR OF JADE AND DIAMOND EAR STUDS, each earring claw-set with a crescent-shaped panel of green jade surrounded by a graduated border of round brilliant-cut diamonds, in 14ct white gold. See illustration on previous page

732 A DOUBLE ROW GRADUATED CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE, the largest pearl c. 5.4mm wide, the smallest c.2.3mm wide, with an oval yellow gold mounted garnet cluster clasp, 16" (40cm) long. See illustration

£150-300

733 A GRADUATED CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE, knotted, the largest pearl c.9.2mm wide, the smallest c.6.4mm wide, the triple circle clasp collet-set with three rose-cut diamonds with safety chain, 31" (77.5cm) long. See illustration

726 A JADE AND YELLOW METAL HINGED BANGLE with safety chain and three similar jade bangles (4)

£100-200

727 A GREEN JADE BRACELET formed from six circular jade discs, each collet-set in 9ct yellow gold with safety chain

£100-200

This lot is accompanied by a certificate from the Gem and Pearl Laboratory London stating both of the drop pearls to be natural saltwater pearls.

£6,000-8,000

735 A PAIR OF GEORGE III CLEAR PASTE DROP EARRINGS formed from round-cut, pear-cut and cushion-cut clear paste stones, in unmarked yellow and white metal with later screw-back fitments. See illustration

£150-300

730 A TRIPLE ROW SEED PEARL KNOTTED BRACELET with an oval rose-cut diamond-set clasp with safety catch, and a similar seed pearl plaited bracelet with peridot and rose-cut diamond clasp (2). See illustration

£150-300

729 A GRADUATED GREEN HARDSTONE BEAD NECKLACE, probably dyed green jade, knotted, 36" (90cm) long, a coral bead necklace and a collection of loose pearl beads and gemstones (a lot)

£250-500

734 A PAIR OF NATURAL SALTWATER PEARL AND DIAMOND DROP EARRINGS, each natural saltwater pearl measuring c.11mm-12mm long and suspended from a millegrain rose-cut diamond bar with a spherical pearl surmount, in unmarked yellow gold with fish-hook attachments, each 4cm long. See illustration

728 A GREEN JADE PRAYER BEAD NECKLACE, the thirty-one oval graduated jade beads interspersed with bun-shaped brown beads suspending a ball and cone jade pendant, 32" (80cm) long

£250-500

£300-600

736 A VICTORIAN DOUBLE ROW PEARL NECKLACE, the graduated pearls knotted, the largest c.5.7mm wide, the smallest c.3mm dia., with yellow gold and grey pearl flowerhead cluster clasp with safety chain, 15" (37.5cm) long. See illustration

£80-160

731 A PAIR OF CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND DROP EAR STUDS, each spherical white pearl c.8mm wide and surmounted by a claw-set round-cut diamond, each circa 0.25cts, in unmarked yellow metal. See illustration

£150-300 737 A PAIR OF GEORGE III SEED PEARL AND PEACH TOPAZ DROP EARRINGS of pear-drop form with closed back settings, the unmarked yellow gold fish-hook fittings with rose-cut diamond surmounts. See illustration

£300-600

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£500-1,000


Lot 734

Lot 730

Lot 737

Lot 731

Lot 735

Lot 732

Lot 736 Lot 733 121


738 A TRIPLE ROW GRADUATED CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE, knotted with rose-cut diamond-set 18ct and platinum navette-shaped clasp, the largest pearl c.7.3mm wide, the smallest c.2.9cm wide, 16" (40cm) long

743 A LONG HONEY AMBER BEAD NECKLACE suspending a gilt metal thread tassel, the largest bead c.2.7cm long, the smallest c.2cm long, 40" (100cm) long, (c.209g all in). See illustration

£150-300

739 A GRADUATED CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE, the largest pearl c.7.1mm wide, the smallest c.3.2mm wide, with a 14ct yellow and white gold navette-shaped clasp set with rose-cut diamond, 18" (45cm) long

744 A GRADUATED HONEY AMBER BEAD NECKLACE, knotted, the smallest bead c.8mm long, the largest bead c.2.5cm long, 42" (105cm) long, (c.97grams). See illustration

£200-400

740 A DOUBLE ROW CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE, each pearl c.1.5mm wide, the unmarked yellow gold clasp claw-set in a cluster with further cultured pearls and semiprecious stones, 17" (42.5cm) long

740A A  CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE, knotted, each pearl c. 6mm wide, with 9ct yellow gold ball clasp, 30in. (75cm) long, a pair of ear studs and a crescent brooch ensuite. (3).

£150-300

£300-600

747 A GRADUATED "CHERRY AMBER" BEAD NECKLACE, the largest bead c.3.3cm long, the smallest bead c.1.3cm long, 36" (90cm) long, (c.104grams) See illustration

£100-200

742 MAJORICA: A DOUBLE ROW CHUNKY SIMULATED PEARL NECKLACE with silver gilt clasp and central stylised pendant, in the original fitted case purchased from Harrods Knightsbridge, 20", (50cm) long

£800-1,600

746 A GRADUATED HONEY AMBER FRAGMENT NECKLACE, knotted, 35in. (87.5cm long) (c.81grams). See illustration

741 MIKIMOTO: A DOUBLE ROW CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE, the largest pearl c.6.9mm wide, the smallest 2.9mm wide, on a silver pearl-set box clasp with makers mark, in the original fitted velvet pouch, with receipt and marketing leaflet

£600-1,200

745 A LONG GRADUATED HONEY AMBER BEAD NECKLACE, the largest bead c.3.3cm long, the smallest 1.3cm long, knotted, interspersed with translucent faceted amber beads, with a yellow metal clasp, 48" (120cm) long, (c.121grams all in). See illustration

£100-200

£1,000-2,000

£400-800

748 A GRADUATED HONEY AMBER BEAD NECKLACE, knotted, the largest bead c.2.5cm long, the smallest c.1.2cm long, (c.71grams), 34" (86.5cm) long

£100-200

£200-400

749 A GRADUATED HONEY AMBER BEAD NECKLACE, knotted, the largest bead 3cm long, the smallest bead 1.3cm long, 34" (85cm) long, (c.86grams all in). 122

£400-800


Lot 743

Lot 747

Lot 745

Lot 746

Lot 744

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750 A GRADUATED "HONEY AMBER" BEAD NECKLACE, the smallest bead c.1cm long, the largest bead c.1.7cm long, with a silver and paste-set openwork clasp, 20" (50cm) long, (c.32grams all in)

756 AN 18CT YELLOW GOLD LADIES MESH CHATELAINE PURSE, the leaf-engraved frame stamped 18ct, and rub-over set with two diamonds, an emerald and a pair of rubies, with a snap clasp and pendant hanger, (c.42.7grams all in). See illustration

£80-160

751 A "HONEY AMBER" DISC ELASTICATED BRACELET, an opaque and transparent 'amber' cuff bracelet and a chunky 'amber' pendant with metal mount, (c.72grams all in) (3).

757 A 9CT ROSE GOLD RUNNING FOX BROOCH pave-set with round-cut diamonds to the tail tip and chest, with round-cut ruby eyes, signed R.H. and numbered 31/100, 5.5cm long, in the original fitted box, (c.16.8grams all in). See illustration

£80-160

752 AN "AMBER" GRADUATED BEAD NECKLACE, the largest bead 2.8cm long, the smallest bead 1.8cm long, with a gilt metal barrel clasp, 30" (75cm) long, (c.62grams).

£80-160

£600-1,200

759 MAUBOUSSIN: AN 18CT YELLOW GOLD HINGED BANGLE enamelled in blue and green within gold rope-twist lines forming a chequered design, the concealed clasp hallmarked and numbered 108. See illustration

£200-400

754 A GRADUATED "CHERRY AMBER" BEAD NECKLACE, the largest bead c.3.6cm long, the smallest bead c.1cm long, 26" (65cm) long, and another similar necklace (c.138grams all in) (2)

£1,000-2,000

760 A YELLOW ENAMELLED BROOCH in the form of a flowerhead set in yellow gold and claw-set to the centre with three round brilliant-cut diamonds, the reverse with brooch fitment, 2.5cm dia. See illustration

£200-400 755 A "CHERRY AMBER" GRADUATED BEAD NECKLACE, the largest bead 3.1cm long, the smallest bead 8mm long, 36" (90cm) long, and another similar, (c.125grams all in)

£150-300

758 AN 18CT YELLOW GOLD PLAITED MESH BRACELET, the concealed clasp with hallmarks, (c.33.7grams). See illustration

753 A HONEY AMBER DOUBLE ROW BEAD NECKLACE, the smallest bead 6mm long, the largest bead 8mm long, with a concealed amber bead clasp, (c.46grams all in), 18" (c.45cm) long

£600-1,200

£400-800

761 AN 18CT YELLOW GOLD FANCY FOB CHAIN comprising ornate rope-twist and belcher link chains with Etruscan style mounts with a ball drop pendant, and another similar, (c.44.4grams all in) (2) See illustration

£200-400

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£300-600


Lot 760

Lot 757

Lot 761

Lot 756

Lot 759

Lot 758

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762 AN 18CT YELLOW GOLD HINGED PLAIN POLISHED BANGLE, the concealed clasp hallmarked with safety catch, (c.18.2grams)

768 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD CURB-LINK BRACELET suspending three 9ct yellow gold and other charms, including the Three Wise Monkeys, with a 9ct yellow gold heart clasp with safety chain, (c.41.4grams all in)

£350-650

763 AN 18CT YELLOW GOLD FANCY LINK BRACELET interspersed with barrel links set with rose-cut diamonds and calibre-cut sapphires, emeralds and rubies, with associated safety chain, (c.32.7grams all in)

769 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD AND ENAMELLED RAF BADGE, 5.5cm long

£600-1,200

£250-500

£150-300

771 A 15CT YELLOW GOLD GATELINK BRACELET, the concealed clasp stamped 15ct, with safety chain, (c.11.3grams), in the original fitted box

765 A 9CT ROSE GOLD GRADUATED CURB-LINK ALBERT CHAIN with "T"-bar and suspending a 9ct yellow gold fob cartouche, the chain 12½" (32cm) long, (c.25grams all in)

£50-100

770 A 14CT ROSE GOLD CURB LINK BRACELET set with three seed pearl, sapphire and ruby heart motifs, the concealed clasp with hallmarks, (c.10.3 grams)

764 A PAIR OF 18CT PLAIN OVAL POLISHED CUFFLINKS, hallmarked, (c.11.7grams all in)

£300-600

£100-200

£100-200

766 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD HINGED CUFF BRACELET, one half with engraved heart and leaf motifs, hallmarked with safety chain, (c.45.4grams)

772 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD CURB LINK BRACELET suspending six 9ct yellow gold charms including a teapot, with heart padlock clasp and safety chain, (c.23.8grams all in)

£400-800

767 AN 18CT BELCHER LINK CURB BRACELET suspending nine 18ct and other charms, including a mushroom, a basket of flowers and a dog, (c.42grams all in)

£150-300

773 AN 18CT YELLOW GOLD FANCY ALBERT CHAIN suspending a "T"-bar and unmarked yellow metal locket, the chain 20" (51cm) long, (c.64.4grams all in) £700-1,400

£300-600

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774 A 9CT YELLOW AND ROSE GOLD BAR BROOCH in the form of an owl seated on a branch, with cabochon red stone eyes, and another depicting a pheasant, (c.4.1grams all in) (2)

780 A YELLOW GOLD KNOT DESIGN PENDANT set with seed pearls and four round-cut blue sapphires, on a 9ct yellow gold chain, 20" (51cm) long, with extra length of chain for lengthening

£100-200

£150-300

775 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD FLAT CURB LINK NECKLACE, 26" (66cm) long, suspending a 9ct yellow gold pocket toothpick, (c.56.6grams all in)

781 A MODERNIST STYLE YELLOW METAL TORQUE NECKLACE suspending seven rectangular tubes and five cultured pearl headed stick drops

£500-1,000

776 A 9CT ROSE GOLD GRADUATED CURB LINK ALBERT CHAIN, 14" (35.5cm) long suspending a "T"-bar and rosecoloured metal locket photo frame, (c.41grams all in)

782 A 9CT ROSE GOLD GATELINK BRACELET with heart padlock clasp and safety chain, (c.19grams) £100-200

£200-400

783 A 15CT YELLOW GOLD FANCY GATELINK BRACELET, the concealed clasp with safety chain, stamped 15ct, (c.12.4grams)

777 A PAIR OF 18CT YELLOW GOLD OVAL PLANISHED CUFF LINKS, (c.13.5grams) and four further pairs of gold and silver cufflinks (a lot)

£80-160

£200-400

784 AN UNMARKED YELLOW METAL BROOCH in the form of a flowerhead with engraved petals, 4.5cm dia.

778 A 9CT ROSE GOLD GRADUATED CURB LINK ALBERT CHAIN, 15" (38cm) long, suspending a hallmarked "T"-bar, goldcased compass, and a circular gold disc enamelled with European flags, (c.51.2grams all in) (a lot)

£300-600

£50-100

785 AN UNMARKED YELLOW METAL OVAL LOCKET with raised monogram to one side and a painted portrait miniature of a child to the other, opening to reveal a photograph and hairwork display, 5.5cm long

779 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD CHARM in the form of a church, opening to reveal an enamelled bride and groom, a 9ct yellow gold boat lighthouse charm and a 9ct yellow gold elephant charm, (c.28.3grams all in) (3)

£100-200

£150-300

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£100-200


792 A VICTORIAN PEARL AND OLD-CUT DIAMOND-SET PENDANT, the oval glass bezel depicting a monochrome handpainted miniature of a lady in mourning, reputed to be Lady Fitzgerald, 5.4cm long, on a fancy yellow gold chain, 17" (43.2cm) long, in the original fitted case for Reed & Son, London. See illustration

786 A COLLECTION OF EIGHTEEN 9CT YELLOW GOLD AND OTHER CHARMS including a rose gold cockerel, a throne charm and a seed pearl 15ct yellow gold pendant (a lot)

£200-400

787 A PAIR OF 18CT BRUSHED YELLOW GOLD EAR STUDS of square form, each set to the centre with a princess-cut diamond, circa 0.13cts

Provenance: The Leveson-Gower family. Thence by descent

Sally Caroline Fitzgerald (d.1892), mother of a member of the Leveson-Gower family by marriage, was the daughter of Lt. Col. Edward Fitzgerald. As a Captain in the 10th Hussars, he saw action in the Peninsula Campaign. It is thought the sitter in this miniature is Lady Fitzgerald, his mother.

£200-400 788 A VICTORIAN GOLD NECKLACE formed from a fancy ball and chain-link Albert, with ivy leaf engraving and lengthened by the addition of a later belcher chain, 20" (51cm) long, (c.47.3grams) See illustration

793 A VICTORIAN BAR BROOCH modelled as a fly, the body set with a cushion-cut sapphire and pearls surrounded by rose-cut diamond wings and cabochon ruby eyes, the unmarked yellow gold knife edge bar with pearl terminals, 4.5cm long. See illustration

£500-800

789 AN ITALIAN MICRO MOSAIC BRACELET formed from seven graduated oval panels, each depicting Italian sights, each link set in unmarked yellow metal and joined with chain links, with two further loose damaged panels, circa 1860-1880. See illustration

794 A 15CT YELLOW GOLD BEE BROOCH, the body set with a pear-cut amethyst and further roundcut amethyst, the wings pave-set with graduated seed pearls, the reverse stamped 15ct, 4.4cm long. See illustration

£1,000-2,000

790 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN CORAL DROP EARRINGS carved as reticulated branches of leaves and berries, in unmarked white metal, probably Naples, circa 1860-1880, each 6.5cm long. See illustration

£150-300

795 A BELLE ÉPOQUE BRACELET set in silver and gold with four round pearls, in pink, white, cream and grey, interspersed with three marquiseshaped rose-cut diamond links. See illustration

£400-800

791 A VICTORIAN YELLOW METAL BRACELET, the central open scroll cartouche collet-set with five graduated cushion-cut pink/purple stones, with reticulated scroll bracelet and large clasp, with safety chain and fitted box. See illustration

£600-1,200

£150-300

796 AN UNMARKED YELLOW METAL HINGED CUFF BANGLE, the top half with intricate floral engraving

£300-600

£200-400

797 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD LONG GUARD CHAIN of belcher link form, interspersed with floral engraved and plain polished links, with lobster clasp, 30" (76.2cm) long, (c.19.7grams) 128

£100-200


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Lot 794

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Lot 793

Lot 792

Lot 795

Lot 791

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798 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD CURB LINK BRACELET set with twelve 9ct yellow gold and other charms, including a snail and mouse, the heart padlock clasp with safety chain, (c.50grams all in)

804 A PAIR OF 18CT YELLOW GOLD OVAL CUFFLINKS engraved with a monogram, (c.8.9grams)

£150-300

805 A 15CT ROSE GOLD BANGLE, hallmarked, (c.20.1grams)

799 ASPREY: A CASED SET OF 9CT WHITE GOLD DRESS STUDS of rectangular form, set with a panel of black onyx and a collet-set diamond, in the original fitted case

£250-500

£200-400

808 A 9CT TRI-COLOURED FRINGE NECKLACE, each link with bark texturing, the concealed clasp hallmarked, 15" (38cm) long, (c.58 grams)

802 A 9CT ROSE GOLD GRADUATED ALBERT CURB-LINK CHAIN, 17" (43cm) long, (c.34.1grams)

£250-500

£400-800

809 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD CURB-LINK BRACELET suspending six 9ct yellow gold and other charms, including a goose laying an egg, the heart padlock clasp with safety chain, (c.59.2grams all in)

803 A 9CT ROSE GOLD FANCY ALBERT CHAIN suspending a "T"-bar, 15¼" (38.5cm) long, (c.31.1grams)

£500-1,000

807 A 9CT ROSE GOLD GRADUATED CURB ALBERT CHAIN, each link hallmarked suspending a "T"-bar, 14" (35.5cm) long, (c.30.7grams)

£200-400

801 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD WIDE GATELINK BRACELET, the heart padlock clasp with safety chain, (c.29.7grams)

£200-400

806 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD CHUNKY CURB-LINK BRACELET, some links hallmarked, the 9ct yellow gold heart padlock clasp with safety chain, (c.65.7grams)

£200-400

800 AN 18CT YELLOW GOLD BROOCH modelled in the form of a galloping horse, the white gold mane and tail pave-set with diamonds, hallmarked, with safety chain, (c.11.1grams)

£100-200

£250-500

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£500-1,000


810 AN UNMARKED YELLOW METAL ROPE-TWIST TORQUE BANGLE terminating with Egyptian style heads

817 AN UNMARKED YELLOW GOLD FOUR ROW ROPE-TWIST NECKLACE interspersed with ball links, with an additional double chain for lengthening and shortening, 24" (61cm) long, (c.50.7grams)

£800-1,600

811 A 9CT ROSE GOLD GRADUATED CURB LINK ALBERT CHAIN suspending a "T"-bar, 12½" (c.32cm) long, (c.22.5grams)

818 A VICTORIAN 9CT ROSE GOLD FANCY ALBERT CHAIN split in two halves and suspending a "T"-bar at one end and a later mother of pearl and onyx fob at the other, 15¾" (40cm) long, (c.41.6grams all in)

£150-300 812 A 9CT ROSE GOLD BANGLE, hallmarked, (c.18grams)

£500-1,000

£250-500

£100-200

813 AN UNMARKED YELLOW METAL CHARM BRACELET suspending nine 9ct and other charms, including a fan and shoe, with safety chain, (c.23.4grams all in)

819 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD GATELINK BRACELET, each alternate link collet-set with an oval turquoise cabochon, the concealed clasp stamped 9ct, with safety chain, (c.18.5grams all in)

£150-300

820 A 9CT ROSE GOLD LONG GUARD CHAIN, the belcher-links interspersed with engraved floral ball links (one ball link spare), 31½" (80cm) long, (c.21.3grams)

814 AN 18CT YELLOW GOLD FLATTENED CURB LINK BRACELET, the clasp stamped 18ct, with safety chain, (c.26.7grams)

£200-400

815 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD FANCY CURB AND ROPE-TWIST FOB CHAIN suspending an associated rose gold "T"-bar, the chain 8" (20.3cm) long, (c.19grams all in)

£150-300

821 AN UNMARKED YELLOW METAL GOLD BANGLE of plain polished oval form, (c.43.2grams)

£100-200

816 A 9CT ROSE GOLD GATELINK BRACELET, the heart padlock clasp with safety chain, (c.27.4grams)

£150-300

£200-400

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£150-300


828 A DIAMOND FLOWERHEAD CLUSTER claw-set to the centre with an old cushion-cut diamond, c.0.4cts, and surrounded by a further cluster border of old round-cut diamonds, the 18ct yellow gold shank with scroll diamond-set stylised shoulders. See illustration

822 AN AMETHYST AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the oval-cut amethyst claw-set and raised around a rubover border of round old-cut diamonds totalling circa 1.2cts, in white gold on an 18ct yellow gold shank. See illustration

£400-800

823 AN ART DECO DIAMOND RING set with two baguette-cut diamonds and four round-cut diamonds, forming a lozenge design, totalling c.0.8cts, in platinum. See illustration

829 A FIRE OPAL AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the oval opal cabochon showing iridescence claw-set and surrounded by a cluster border of twelve round-cut diamonds totalling c.0.6cts, on an 18ct yellow gold shank. See illustration

£600-1,200

824 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING, the three round-cut sapphires interspersed with four round-cut diamonds forming a rub-over design, on an 18ct yellow gold shank with scrolling shoulders. See illustration

£500-1,000

£500-1,000

830 A DIAMOND PLAQUE RING rub-over claw-set with ten graduated round old-cut diamonds totalling c.1.3cts, in unmarked white metal

£400-800

£500-1,000

825 AN ART DECO SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING of crossover design, collet-set with a round-cut diamond, c.0.4cts, and a round-cut sapphire, in unmarked white metal with old-cut diamond rub-over set shoulders. See illustration

831 AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the oval emerald stone in a raised claw setting and surrounded by a cluster border of twelve round-cut diamonds, totalling c.1.2cts, on an 18ct yellow gold shank. See illustration

£400-800

832 A 1960'S MODERNIST DESIGN RING formed from textured cubes of 18ct yellow gold and scattered with four slender baguette-cut diamonds and five graduated claw-set round-cut diamonds totalling c.0.4cts, on an 18ct yellow gold textured shank, makers mark "TT"

826 AN AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND COCKTAIL RING, the large emerald-cut aquamarine in a four claw setting, on platinum shank with baguette-cut diamond stepped shoulders and further millegrain-set diamonds to the mount. See illustration

£800-1,600

£400-800

£350-650

833 ALAN GARD: AN AMETHYST AND DIAMOND COCKTAIL RING the large cushion-cut amethyst surrounded by four spaced-out claw-set diamonds, on a heavily textured shank with makers mark. See illustration

827 A BLACK OPAL AND DIAMOND COCKTAIL RING, the large opal cabochon collet-set and surrounded by a shaped cluster border of round brilliant-cut diamonds, totalling c.0.66cts, on an 18ct yellow gold shank with open shoulders. See illustration

Alan Gard worked closely with Andrew Grima before starting out independently. Grima’s influence can clearly be seen in this ring. He is regarded as one of Britain’s leading Post-War jewellery designers.

£800-1,600

£1,500-3,000

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834 A FIVE STONE DIAMOND RING, the five graduated round old-cut diamonds in a rub-over claw setting, totalling c.2.42cts, in platinum, on an 18ct yellow gold shank

840 AN ART DECO STYLE EMERALD AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the square-cut emerald in a rub-over collet setting and surrounded by a border of round brilliant-cut diamonds forming a square cluster design, on an 18ct white gold shank

£1,800-2,200

£350-650

835 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the round-cut sapphire in a raised flattened claw setting and surrounded by a rub-over border of round old-cut diamonds, on an unmarked rose gold shank

841 A DIAMOND HALF ETERNITY BAND rub-over claw-set with three rows of small round-cut diamonds, on an 18ct white gold shank

£150-300

£100-200

836 A YELLOW SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the emerald-cut yellow sapphire in a four claw setting and raised around a rub-over cluster border of twelve roundcut diamonds, totalling c.1.2cts, on an 18ct yellow gold shank

842 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND HALF ETERNITY RING collet-set with two round-cut sapphires and three roundcut diamonds totalling c.0.15cts, on a yellow gold shank

£1,000-2,000

843 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING, the round brilliant-cut diamond c.0.31cts, claw-set in 18ct white gold on an 18ct yellow gold shank.

837 AN AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND RING, the central emerald-cut aquamarine in a collet setting and flanked on either side by a round old-cut diamond, each circa 0.1cts, on an 18ct yellow gold shank

£200-400

838 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING rub-over claw-set with two oval-cut sapphires and flanked by three round and old-cut diamonds totalling c.0.3cts, in platinum on an 18ct yellow gold shank

This ring is accompanied by an International Gemmological Institute Certificate stating the stone to be VS2 colour grade F.

£200-400

844 AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND COCKTAIL RING, the large emerald-cut centre stone in a four claw setting and raised around a rub-over set border of round brilliantcut diamonds, totalling c.1.8cts, on an unmarked white metal shank

£250-500

839 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING, the central round-cut stone c.0.65cts, in a raised claw setting, on an 18ct white gold shank

£150-300

£1,000-2,000

845 A PERIDOT AND DIAMOND RING, the central oval-cut peridot collet-set and flanked on either side by a collet-set round brilliant-cut diamond, each c.0.2cts, in 18ct white gold, on an 18ct yellow gold shank

£400-800

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£500-1,000


846 A THREE STONE SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING, the central emerald-cut sapphire in a four corner claw setting and flanked on either side by a round illusion-set diamond, on an 18ct yellow gold shank

852 A DIAMOND FLOWERHEAD CLUSTER RING, the central round-cut diamond c.0.5cts, collet-set and surrounded by a further cluster border of ten smaller round-cut diamonds, totalling c.1cts, on an 18ct yellow gold shank

£300-600

847 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING, the central round-cut stone c.0.33cts, in an illusion setting, on an 18ct yellow gold shank

853 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING, the central old round-cut stone c.1.cts. claw-set on a yellow gold shank with scrolling shoulders and with an engraved inscription

£150-300

848 A FIVE STONE DIAMOND DRESS RING, the five graduated round-cut stones totalling c.1.4cts, in a rub-over collet setting, on an 18ct white gold shank

£1,200-1,800

£200-400

£250-500

856 A FIVE STONE DIAMOND RING, the five round old-cut graduated diamonds in a rub-over open claw setting, on an 18ct yellow gold shank

£800-1,600

851 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING, the 18ct yellow gold wide shank channel-set with an oval-cut sapphire flanked on either side by a princess-cut diamond, each c.0.3cts

£900-1,800

855 A FIVE STONE DIAMOND RING, the five round-cut graduated diamonds c.0.45cts, claw-set and raised between a yellow gold split shank

850 A VICTORIAN DIAMOND FIVE STONE DRESS RING, the five graduated cushion-cut diamonds totalling c.1.1cts, in an 18ct yellow gold scroll setting and shank

£800-1,600

854 AN AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND DRESS RING, the large emerald-cut aquamarine in a four claw corner setting, on an 18ct white gold shank with rub-over set diamond stepped shoulders

849 A GEM-SET FLY RING set with an oval-cut sapphire and a round-cut emerald forming the body, with rose-set diamond wings, set "en tremblant" on a 14ct yellow gold shank

£700-1,400

£80-160

857 A RUBY AND DIAMOND HALF ETERNITY BAND claw-set with three oval-cut diamonds totalling c.0.6cts, interspersed with four marquise-cut rubies, on an 18ct yellow gold shank

£500-1,000

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£200-400


863 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING, the central round brilliant-cut diamond, c.2.4cts, claw-set in platinum with open shoulders on a platinum shank. See illustration

858 AN ART DECO DIAMOND RING, the central round-cut stone circa 1.39cts, claw-set on an unmarked white metal shank, the crescent shoulders rub-over set with two graduated round-cut diamonds on either side. See illustration

£3,000-6,000

864 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING, the central round old-cut stone c.0.8cts, on a platinum shank with diamond-set rub-over open shoulders. See illustration

£8,000-12,000

860 A THREE STONE DIAMOND RING, the central round brilliant-cut stone c.0.62cts, and flanked on either side by a further round brilliant-cut diamond, each c.0.3cts and 0.32cts, in a tension setting on a platinum shank. See illustration

This ring is accompanied by a British Gemmological Institute Certificate stating the stone to be 2.4cts, colour range H - I, clarity range SI1

£3,500-4,500

859 A VICTORIAN STYLE FIVE STONE DIAMOND RING, the five graduated round-cut stones in a rub-over setting and totalling c.3.4cts, on an unmarked white metal shank. See illustration

£800-1,600

865 A RADIANT-CUT DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING, the stone c.1.22cts, in a four claw coronet setting, on an 18ct white gold shank.

This lot is accompanied by a certificate for each stone. Central stone: GIA Certificate confirming colour grade D, clarity grade VS1; BGI Certificate - flanking stone of 0.32cts colour grade F, clarity grade VS1; BGI Certificate flanking stone of 0.3cts colour grade E, clarity grade VVS2

This ring is accompanied by a European Gemmological Laboratory Report stating the stone to be 1.22cts, clarity grade SI2, colour grade F.

£800-1,600 866 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING, the central round brilliant-cut diamond c.1.83cts, in a platinum claw setting on an 18ct white gold shank

£2,000-4,000

861 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING, the central princess-cut diamond c.2.02cts, in a four claw corner setting, on a platinum shank. See illustration

£1,000-2,000

This diamond is accompanied by a British Gemmological Institute Certificate stating the colour to be I range, and the clarity to be VS1 range.

867 A DIAMOND "KISS" COCKTAIL RING, the cross-shape pave-set overall with graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds set in unmarked white gold. See illustration

£5,000-10,000

862 AN EMERALD-CUT DIAMOND FIVE STONE RING, the central emerald-cut stone c.1.95cts and flanked by two graduating baguette-cut diamonds on either side totalling c.0.6cts, in a rub-over setting on an 18ct white gold shank See illustration

£1,400-1,800

868 A DIAMOND CLUSTER RING claw-set to the centre with three graduated baguette-cut diamonds and surrounded by a border of twelve roundcut diamonds, totalling c.1.29cts, on an 18ct yellow gold shank

£5,000-10,000

£800-1,600

869 A FIVE STONE DIAMOND RING, the five round-cut diamonds totalling c.1cts, claw-set on an unmarked yellow gold shank

136

£300-600


Lot 858

Lot 861

Lot 864

Lot 823 Lot 859

Lot 862

Lot 865

Lot 867

137

Lot 860

Lot 863

Lot 866


870 A BLUE ZIRCON AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING claw-set to the centre with a round-cut blue zircon and surrounded by graduated round-cut diamonds totalling c.1.75cts, in a coronet claw setting, on an unmarked white metal shank

876 A THREE-QUARTER DIAMOND ETERNITY RING set overall with fifteen graduated round-cut diamonds totalling c.0.5cts, in unmarked white metal

£400-800

877 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING, the round-cut diamond c.0.75cts, in a platinum claw setting on an 18ct yellow gold shank

871 A FIVE STONE DIAMOND RING, the five graduated cushion old-cut diamond totalling c.1cts, in an 18ct yellow gold scroll setting and shank

£700-1,400

£250-500

£300-600

881 A DIAMOND EMERALD-CUT CLUSTER RING, the central stone c.0.48cts, in a four claw setting, surrounded by two cluster borders of round brilliant-cut diamonds, on an unmarked white metal shank with rub-over set diamonds to the shoulders

£100-200

875 A DIAMOND CLUSTER RING set overall with graduated round-cut diamonds forming an oval plaque design and set in 18ct yellow gold, total diamond weight c.1.35cts

£800-1,600

880 A SEVEN STONE HALF ETERNITY BAND, the seven round-cut diamonds totalling c.1.4cts, claw-set on an 18ct yellow gold shank

£100-200

874 AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND DRESS RING with a central baguette-cut emerald claw-set and flanked on either side by a round-cut diamond, each c.0.1cts, in platinum, on an 18ct yellow gold shank

£100-200

879 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the oval sapphire collet-set and surrounded by a rub-over cluster border of round brilliant-cut diamonds totalling c.0.5cts, in 18ct yellow gold

873 A DIAMOND-SET HALF ETERNITY BAND rub-over set with eight round-cut diamonds totalling c.0.4cts, in 18ct white gold

£300-600

878 A STAR SAPPHIRE RING, the central oval cabochon star sapphire claw-set in 18ct yellow gold

872 AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND RING, the four graduated old-cut stone and two oval-cut emeralds rub-over set to form a lozenge design, in unmarked white metal

£400-800

£1,000-2,000

138

£2,400-2,800


882 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND DRESS RING claw-set to the centre with a cushion-cut sapphire, flanked on either side by a round brilliant-cut diamond, each c.0.25cts, on an 18ct yellow gold shank

888 A VICTORIAN FIVE STONE PEARL RING, the five graduated pearls of grey tone in a scroll 18ct yellow gold setting

£250-500

889 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING, the central round old-cut diamond c.0.4cts, in a raised coronet claw setting, on an 18ct yellow gold shank with open diamond-set shoulders

883 A RUBY AND DIAMOND RUB-OVER RING of twisted form set in platinum, on an 18ct yellow gold shank

£100-200

£250-500

£500-1,000

892 A RUBY AND DIAMOND RING, the three graduated cushion-cut rubies flanked by two graduated cushion-cut diamonds forming a rub-over design with diamond points, in a scroll unmarked yellow gold setting

£150-300

886 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the oval-cut Australian black sapphire claw-set and surrounded by a cluster border of round brilliant-cut diamonds and two baguette-cut diamonds, total diamond weight c.1cts, in an 18ct white gold shank

£100-200

891 A DIAMOND CROSSOVER RING, the two round old-cut diamonds totalling c.1cts illusionset on an 18ct white gold shank with twisted shoulders

885 A THREE STONE SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING, the central cushion-cut sapphire claw-set and flanked on either side by a round old-cut diamond, each c.0.2cts and mounted in platinum

£100-200

890 A PEARL SOLITAIRE RING, the single grey/white cultured pearl in a raised white metal chased shank

884 AN 18CT YELLOW GOLD ENTWINED SERPENT RING, each serpent head rub-over set with a cushion-cut sapphire or a cushion-cut diamond, stamped 18ct.

£150-300

£1,000-2,000

893 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING, the old-cut diamond c.0.65cts, claw-set on a white metal shank

£400-800

£400-800 887 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING, the central round-cut stone c.0.5cts claw-set in platinum on an 18ct yellow gold shank with diamond-set shoulders

£300-600

139


899 A VICTORIAN DIAMOND AND CRYSTAL LOCKET BROOCH in the shape of a heart, surrounded by a rose-cut diamond border, in yellow gold with brooch fitment and safety chain, 2.9cm long, in a fitted case See illustration

894 A BLUE TOPAZ AND SEED PEARL EDWARDIAN PENDANT collet-set to the centre with an oval faceted topaz and surrounded by an open reticulated scrolling border of seed pearls and a further topaz drop, in 15ct yellow gold, 6.6cm long. See illustration

£900-1,200

900 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD RING set with a tassie-type portrait cameo of a knight

895 CARVED OPAL AND ENAMEL RING, the central rectangular opal carved to depict a maiden, the shank with white and black enamelling with acanthus leaf enamelled shoulders and blue enamelled framework, possibly early 19th century. See illustration

£300-600

£100-200 902 A VICTORIAN CORAL AND PEARL HALF ETERNITY BAND set with two graduated rows of coral and pearl, in 18ct yellow gold, and another similar seed pearl ring (2)

£3,000-6,000

£80-160

904 AN EARLY VICTORIAN PEARL HALF ETERNITY BAND set with five graduated pearls in unmarked yellow gold with open shoulders, and an amethyst and seed pearl cluster ring (2)

£800-1600

898 A VICTORIAN GARNET AND DIAMOND HEART RING, the heart-shaped carbuncle garnet surrounded by a rub-over border of rose-cut diamonds surmounted by a crown, on a 15ct yellow gold shank. See illustration

£100-200

903 AN EARLY VICTORIAN GARNET AND SEED PEARL DRESS RING of plaque form, with a reeded shank and stylised shoulders, with inscription "Be True"

897 AN EARLY VICTORIAN BLUE ENAMEL AND DIAMOND BROOCH, the blue enamel ground set with graduated old-cut diamonds forming a double "M" design and surrounded by a border of rose-cut diamonds, the reverse with photo aperture, 3.5cm long. See illustration

£80-160

901 AN EARLY VICTORIAN GARNET AND SEED PEARL RING, the five oval-cut garnets in a rub-over setting with seed pearl pointers, on a chased shank

896 A GEORGE III DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the central round old-cut diamond, 9mm dia., surrounded by a further border of smaller rose-cut diamonds, in a closed back setting, on an unmarked yellow gold shank with open stylised shoulders. See illustration

£300-600

£100-200 905 A THREE STONE OPAL DRESS RING, the three graduated oval opal cabochons rub-over set with rose-cut diamond pointers, on yellow gold shank with scrolled shoulders

£250-500

140

£200-400


Lot 894

Lot 895

Lot 896

Lot 897

Lot 906

Lot 899 Lot 907

Lot 898

141


906 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND HINGED BANGLE, the top section rub-over set with graduated cushion-cut sapphires and interspersed with double rows of round-cut diamonds, to an unmarked yellow gold knife-edge openwork bangle, with safety chain. See illustration on previous page

912 AN ART DECO DIAMOND PLAQUE BROOCH collet-set to the centre with a round old-cut diamond c.0.2cts and surrounded by stylised borders of further graduated round- old-cut diamonds, total diamond weight in excess of 2cts, in unmarked white metal, 4.5cm long. See illustration

£1,000-2,000

907 A PAIR OF FIRE OPAL AND ROSECUT DIAMOND EAR STUDS, each oval-cut opal claw-set and surrounded by a rub-over border of rose-cut diamonds and a single collet-set roundcut diamond, in unmarked white metal with stud fitments, with fitted case for Robinson & Co. Ltd, Shrewsbury. See illustration on previous page

913 A BELLE ÉPOQUE DIAMOND TARGET BROOCH collet-set to the centre with a round old-cut diamond, c.0.4cts, and millegrain-set overall with graduated old-cut diamonds forming an open scroll design, in unmarked white metal with safety chain, 3.6cm dia., in a Robinson & Co. Shrewsbury case. See illustration

£1,000-2,000

908 A DIAMOND LINE BRACELET, the thirty nine round brilliant-cut diamonds set within small circular links and totalling c.2.57cts, and set in 18ct white gold, the concealed clasp hallmarked with double safety catch. See illustration

£1,000-2,000

£800-1,600

£400-800

£400-800

£1,000-2,000

916 A 1940'S STYLE DIAMOND BROOCH converting to a pair of dress clips of symmetrical scroll and fan form, millegrain-set overall with graduated round-cut diamonds, in an unmarked white metal setting, numbered 25/68, 5.9cm long. See illustration

911 A PAIR OF RUBY AND DIAMOND CLUSTER EAR STUDS, claw-set to the centre with a round brilliant-cut diamond, each c.0.2cts, and surrounded by a millegrain-set border of six pear-cut pinkish/purple rubies and graduated millegrain-cut diamonds, in unmarked white metal stud fittings, in the original fitted case for Robinson & Co. Shrewsbury. See illustration

£400-800

915 AN ART DECO DIAMOND BROOCH converting to a pair of dress clips, of symmetrical form collet-set with two round-cut diamonds totalling c.0.8cts, and millegrain-set overall with graduated round-cut and baguette-cut diamonds, the white metal setting numbered G8649, 7cm long. See illustration

910 AN EDWARDIAN DIAMOND AND SAPPHIRE PLAQUE BROOCH millegrain-set over all, with graduated round old-cut diamonds forming an open flower design, with calibre-cut channel-set sapphire crosses, 2.5cm long. See illustration

£250-500

914 A BLUE STONE AND DIAMOND BROOCH in the form of a flowerhead, claw-set to the centre with a cushion-cut blue stone, probably sapphire, surrounded by pave-set graduated rose-cut diamonds and round-cut sapphires, in unmarked yellow gold, c.3.3cm dia. See illustration

909 A BELLE ÉPOQUE DIAMOND BROOCH of shield form, rub-over set to the centre with an oldcut pear-shaped diamond, c.0.7cts and surrounded by a cluster border and open floral and laurel leaf millegrain-set diamond borders, in unmarked white metal, c.2.1cm dia. See illustration

£400-800

£2,000-4,000

917 A VICTORIAN DIAMOND MALTESE CROSS BROOCH of open form claw-set with five old cushion-cut diamonds totalling c.2.5cts, with further graduated old-cut diamonds overall, the yellow metal brooch fitment detachable for conversion into a pendant or hairpiece, 4.4cm dia. See illustration 142

£2,000-4,000


Lot 909

Lot 913 Lot 908

Lot 910

Lot 914

Lot 912

Lot 911 Lot 917

Lot 915

Lot 916

143


918 A PAIR OF OLD-CUT DIAMOND DROP EARRINGS of flowerhead cluster form, the train drops detachable to enable the earrings to be worn as single studs or drops, total diamond weight in excess of 2.5cts, in unmarked yellow metal. See illustration

Lot 918

£600-1,200

919 A VICTORIAN DIAMOND BANGLE, the open gold knife-edge hinged bangle millegrainset to the top section, with a floral display, the largest stone c.0.33cts, in a fitted case for the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd. See illustration

£600-1,200

920 A PAIR OF DIAMOND DROP EARRINGS, the white metal knife edge bar suspending a pear-shaped open millegrain-set diamond cluster suspending a pearshaped old-cut diamond, each c.1.0cts, with fish-hook attachments and safety clips. See illustration

Lot 919

£2,500-3,000

921 AN ART DECO STYLE AQUAMARINE DIAMOND DRESS RING, the central emerald-cut aquamarine in a four claw setting, on an 18ct white gold shank with rub-over set diamond stepped shoulders

£550-850

922 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING, the central round brilliant-cut stone c.0.65cts, claw-set in platinum on an 18ct yellow gold shank

Lot 920

£500-1,000

923 A DIAMOND CLUSTER RING set overall with eleven graduated round old-cut diamonds totalling c.1.0cts, forming a flowerhead design, on an 18ct white gold shank

144

£700-1,400


924 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BROOCH set with nine round-cut graduated sapphires and a clawset brilliant-cut diamond, c.0.15cts, in 18ct white gold and platinum forming a floral branch spray, 4.5cm long, in a fitted case for Charles Packer & Co. See illustration

Lot 924

£250-500

925 A RUBY, PEARL AND DIAMOND BROOCH of open flowerhead design, claw-set with five graduated round-cut rubies amongst graduated rose-cut diamond borders, interspersed with pearls, in unmarked yellow and white metal, the reverse with detachable brooch fitment and pendant hanger, with safety chain, 2.4cm dia. See illustration

£200-400 Lot 925

926 AN 18CT YELLOW GOLD BROOCH in the form of a stylised flowerhead, claw-set to the centre with a cluster of round-cut graduated sapphires and diamonds, the rope-twist petals interspersed with five graduated round claw-set diamonds, the reverse hallmarked, 3.2cm wide. See illustration 927 AN EDWARDIAN PEARL AND DIAMOND FLOWER BROOCH, the centre of the flower set with a round white pearl and surrounded by rose-cut diamond tipped petals, in unmarked yellow and white gold, in a fitted case, for Poile & Smith, c.3.4cm long. See illustration

£150-300 Lot 926

928 A CIRCULAR DIAMOND BROOCH of open-work tree design, rub-over set overall with graduated round old-cut diamonds, in unmarked white metal, the reverse with brooch fitment and hinged pendant hanger, 2.6cm dia., in a fitted case for Skinner & Co.

£250-500

929 A DIAMOND AND SAPPHIRE LONG BAR BROOCH channel and claw-set with alternating panels of princesscut sapphires and round-cut diamonds, in a yellow gold setting, 13cm long

£300-600 145


GR AI N W EI GH TS ( as engraved to set tings) 6 –  20    

7 –  14  ½   1/32    

8 –  12  ½   1/32      

9 –  12  ½    

10 –  11  

1/8 1/16

11 –  11  

12 –  12  

1/16

13 –  No   eng rav ing  

14 –  No   eng rav ing   15  – 9   1/32   16  –  10  

17 –  7   1/16  

18 –  9  

18

17

16

15 13  

14 12  

11

10

9 E STI MATE D PR I NC IPA L DIA MON D CA RA T W E IGH TS

7

6

8

E STI MATE D PR I NC IPA L DIA MON D CA RA T W E IGH TS (asse ssed wit hin t he const raint s of t he set tings and th erefore es timated o nly)

(co nverte d fro m engrave d grain w eight s) 6 –  5  

7 –  3.6 6  

8 –  3.1 6  

9 –  3.1 3  

10 –  2.9 4  

11 –  2.7 5  

12 –  3.0 6  

15 –  2.2 8  

16 –  2.5  

17 –  1.8  

3 5   1  

4

1 –  4.2 5  

2 –  3.0 5  

3 –  3.0 1  

4 –  2.0 5  

5 –  2.1 4  

13 –  2.6 6  

2

14 –  2.5 6  

18 –  2.2 5  

The engraved grain weights on the setting 146


930 AN IMPORTANT DIAMOND RIVIERE NECKLACE AND PENDANT the riviere necklace set with 42 graduated old cushioncut diamonds, the largest c.5cts, the smallest c.0.42cts, in cut-down white metal collet settings, the principal stones engraved with the old grain weight of the stone in the setting, 16in. (40.5cm) long, probably circa 1860, the largest stone with hook fitment to suspend a diamond cluster pendant, set with 10 graduated old cushion-cut diamonds, the largest c. 4.25cts, in white metal open claw settings, c.4.5cm long, with detachable white metal brooch fitment and a fitted red leather case. Total diamond weight of the principal 18 stones: c.52.26cts.

Estimate on application

Provenance: Bequethed to the vendor from a deceased Estate.

A distinguished English private collection.

147


931 A COLUMBIAN EMERALD COCKTAIL RING, the large emerald in a corner claw setting raised in an unmarked white metal shank with three baguette-cut rubover set diamonds to each stepped shoulder. See illustration

A Certificate from the Gem and Pearl Laboratory, London, accompanies this ring stating the stone to be a natural Columbian emerald with evidence of moderate clarity enhancement. Total weight 16.68cts.

£14,000-18,000

932 A DIAMOND AND COLOURED GEM STONE BUTTERFLY BROOCH, the wings en tremblant, collet and pave-set overall with four oval and pear-cut emeralds, six cushion-cut rubies, four pearls and graduated rose-cut diamonds, the largest diamond c.0.7cts, in unmarked yellow metal with detachable brooch fitment, 6.7cm dia. See illustration

£7,500-8,500

933 AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the large round-cut emerald measuring c.1.15mm x 6.45mm deep, collet-set in yellow gold and surrounded by a round-cut diamond cluster border, totalling c.0.84cts, on a platinum shank. See illustration

148

£2,000-4,000


934 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND NEGLIGE PENDANT, set with three old cushion-cut diamonds totalling c.1.5cts, set as three leaves and suspending two sapphire and diamond cluster drops, the sapphires c.3.61cts and 3.44cts, on an unmarked yellow and white gold trace link chain, the chain 14" (35.5cm) long, in a fitted case for Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh. See illustration

This necklace is accompanied by a Certificate from the Gem and Pearl Laboratory, London stating the stones to be natural sapphires, one without heat treatment.

Provenance: Purchased by James Brown as a wedding gift for the vendors' grandmother's marriage to Norman Maclachlan on 18th April 1893. James Brown owned an 8000 hectare Estancia in the Santa Fe province of Argentina, which he purchased in 1860.

ÂŁ4,000-6,000

149


935 A VICTORIAN DIAMOND TIARA formed from three graduated open-work sunbursts, each set with a diamond to the centre, pave-set overall with graduated round old-cut diamonds, within a millegrain-set diamond leaf and scrollwork frame, set in silver and gold, the tiara detaches from the frame to form three separate pendants or brooches, and a necklace with four loose yellow gold screw fitments. See illustration

ÂŁ3,000-5,000

150


151


936 AN OVAL SHELL CAMEO BROOCH depicting a bearded Roman and his wife with an eagle with wings out-spanned, mounted in silver with an unmarked yellow metal safety chain, 6.8cm long

943 A RENAISSANCE STYLE GARNET AND CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE, formed from a 9ct yellow gold chain with seven roundcut garnets, in a heavy claw setting, interspersed with pearl beads and suspending a conforming cross pendant, 13" (33cm) long

£100-200

937 A VICTORIAN SEED PEARL AND TURQUOISE NECKLACE of foliate design with two turquoise cabochon drops set with seed pearls, on a fine link chain, 17" (43cm) long (chain only), in a fitted case for Hicklenton & Sydal

944 A BLUE ENAMEL NECKLACE, the royal blue enamelled cylindrical link interspersed with polished gold ball links, with a concealed clasp, 20" (51cm) long

£300-600

938 A SUITE OF THREE UNMARKED WHITE METAL AND CABOCHON MOONSTONE-SET BANGLES

£300-600

£100-200

942 AN AQUAMARINE DROP PENDANT, the round-cut aquamarine collet-set and suspending a knife-edge train, with an oval aquamarine drop, in yellow metal, with a pair of screw-back earrings ensuite (3)

£100-200

947 AN ART NOUVEAU PENDANT of open stylised form collet-set with an oval-cut peridot and a further smaller peridot drop amongst seed pearl scrolls, in yellow gold, the reverse with brooch fitment and pendant hanger, with trace-link chain, 16" (40.5cm) long (chain only)

£100-200

941 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD BRACELET formed from double hoop links, hallmarked, (c.7.6grams)

£250-500

946 A PAIR OF OLD-CUT DIAMOND SOLITAIRE EAR STUDS, each c.0.1cts, set in 9ct white gold

£150-300

940 A FOX HEAD STICK PIN, the unmarked white metal fox head pave-set with graduated rose-cut diamonds with ruby cabochon eyes

£100-200

945 A 15CT YELLOW GOLD SEED PEARL AND DEMANTOID GARNET BRACELET with alternate links of polished open gold scrolls and seed pearl and garnet flowerhead clusters, the concealed clasp marked 15ct, and a ring ensuite (2)

939 A SET OF 18CT YELLOW GOLD MOTHER OF PEARL AND BLUE ENAMEL DRESS BUTTONS with seed pearl centres and a pair of studs ensuite (a lot)

£250-500

£250-500

152

£100-200


948 A 9CT YELLOW GOLD CURB LINK CHARM BRACELET suspending twelve 9ct yellow gold and other charms, with heart padlock clasp and safety chain, (c.19.2grams) and other gold and gem-set jewellery (a lot)

954 A SEED PEARL AND AMETHYST NECKLACE on an unmarked yellow gold snake link chain with a seed pearl floral link design, and associated amethyst and seed pearl cluster drop pendant, 15" (38cm) long (chain only)

£100-200

£300-600

949 A NOVELTY BAKELITE BAR BROOCH in red and green depicting clusters of strawberries and leaves suspending from a central bar, 5.3cm wide.

955 A FIVE STONE RUBY RING, the five oval-cut graduated rubies in a rub-over claw setting, in unmarked yellow gold, and a similar five stone opal ring (2)

£100-200

£200-400

950 ANTON HEUNIS: A WHITE METAL MESH PURSE decorated with faceted glass and ceramic beads suspended from a white metal bead enhanced chain, with original papers and packaging, 24" (c.61cm) long (chain only)

956 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING, the central round old-cut stone c.0.25cts, on an 18ct yellow gold shank, with a ruby and diamond half eternity band and a gold wiggle-shaped band (3)

Anton Heunis is a contemporary jewellery designer whose pieces are represented by retailers such as Paul Smith and Harvey Nichols. Each piece is handmade in Madrid using vintage glass and Swarovski crystals.

957 TWO DIAMOND-SET SOLITAIRE RINGS in 18ct yellow gold, one with illusion-cut shoulders (2)

£60-120

951 A MIDDLE EASTERN YELLOW HARDSTONE BROOCH engraved with Arabic script and motifs, and set in unmarked white metal with a turquoise cluster border, 6cm long

£80-160

£200-400

959 A DIAMOND-SET "COCKTAIL" STYLE BROOCH, the unmarked white metal bar pave-set to the centre with a cockerel motif with red enamelling

£250-500

953 A VICTORIAN 15CT YELLOW GOLD HINGED BANGLE, the top section set amongst rope-twist and bead granulation with a panel of graduated seed pearls, stamped 15ct, with safety chain

£100-200

958 A YELLOW METAL ROPE-TWIST DOUBLE SERPENT RING, one serpent's head rub-over set with a round-cut ruby

952 AN EDWARDIAN PERIDOT AND SEED PEARL BROOCH PENDANT of open-work form collet-set with four graduated roundcut peridot amongst seed pearls, on a 15ct fancy yellow gold chain, 19" (48.5cm) long (chain only)

£200-400

£150-300

153

£50-100


966 A COLOURED DIAMOND DROP PENDANT of circular cluster form claw-set to the centre with a round brilliant-cut green/blue diamond c.0.25cts and surrounded by a halo cluster border of further white and blue graduated round-cut diamonds, with three loose drops, total diamond weight c.1.59cts, in unmarked white metal to a platinum trace link chain, 16" (40.5cm) long. See illustration

960 A PAIR OF DIAMOND SOLITAIRE EAR STUDS, each round brilliant-cut diamond c.0.4cts, in a four claw white metal stud setting. See illustration

£600-1,200

961 AN AQUAMARINE PENDANT, the briolette-cut aquamarine in a rose-cut diamond mount, on an unmarked white metal trace-link chain, 16" (40.5cm) long (chain only). See illustration

967 A VICTORIAN LOCKET PENDANT of pear-drop shape, with a graduated rose-cut diamond ribbon surmount, claw-set to the centre with a cushion old-cut diamond, c.0.2cts, c.4cm long. See illustration.

£3,000-6,000

962 A DIAMOND BROOCH modelled as a bouquet of flowers and set overall with claw-set clusters of graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds and millegrain-set diamonds, in an unmarked white metal setting, numbered 3700, 5.5cm long. See illustration

£300-600

£600-1,200

£100-200

970 A PAIR OF DIAMOND CLUSTER EAR STUDS, each claw-set with a round brilliant-cut diamond c.0.5cts and surrounded by a double halo border of further round-cut diamonds, in unmarked white metal, probably platinum. See illustration.

£150-300

965 AN 18CT YELLOW GOLD AND DIAMOND BRACELET, each brushed rectangular link interspersed with ten diamond-set hexagonal links totalling c.0.3cts, the concealed clasp with safety chain. See illustration

£1,000-2,000

969 A VICTORIAN MOONSTONE AND DIAMOND BROOCH, the oval moonstone cabochon carved with a face, with diamond-set wings to either side, 3.5cm long.

964 AN EDWARDIAN HEART-SHAPED BROOCH with a red guilloche enamel heart to the centre surrounded by a rose-cut diamond border in unmarked yellow and white gold, the reverse with brooch fitment and pendant hanger with safety chain, 1.8cm wide

£300-500

968 A PAIR OF RUBY AND DIAMOND CLUSTER DROP EARRINGS claw-set to the centre of each with an oval-cut ruby surrounded by a round brilliant-cut diamond cluster border, each earring totalling c.0.5cts, in 18ct white gold. See illustration.

963 A PAIR OF AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND EAR STUDS rub-over set to the centre with an emerald-cut aquamarine and surrounded by a millegrain-set border of round brilliant-cut diamonds forming a rectangular design in 18ct white gold. See illustration

£1,000-2,000

£2,500-3,500

971 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND HEART-SHAPED PENDANT rub-over set with a cushion-cut sapphire and surrounded by pave-set rose-cut diamonds, in unmarked yellow metal to a later 18ct yellow gold chain, 16" (40.5cm) long.

£300-600

154

£350-650


Lot 966

Lot 962

Lot 961

Lot 963 Lot 970

Lot 967 Lot 964

Lot 968 Lot 965 Lot 960 Lot 969 155


972 A DIAMOND DROP BAR BROOCH of open Art Nouveau design, collet rub-over and claw-set with graduated round old-cut diamonds suspending an old-cut diamond floral drop, in unmarked yellow gold, 3.6cm long

978 A MODERNIST AMETHYST RING claw-set with two bars with a baguette-cut amethyst, on an 18ct yellow gold shank with open textured shoulders, with makers mark GL

£60-120

£80-160

973 A VICTORIAN AMETHYST AND PEARL CLUSTER BROOCH, the large oval-cut amethyst surrounded by rub-over set border of pearls, in unmarked yellow gold with brooch fitment and pendant hanger, 3.2cm long

979 A VICTORIAN DIAMOND STAR BROOCH set overall with graduated round old-cut and rose-cut diamonds, the largest c.0.2cts, set in white and yellow metal with pendant hanger and detachable brooch fitment, with safety chain, 3.5cm dia.

£150-300

£200-400

974 A DIAMOND-SET BANGLE, the unmarked white metal open knife-edge bangle hinged, the top section modelled as flowerheads and set overall with graduated old and rose-cut diamonds, the concealed clasp with safety chain

980 A GARNET AND ROSE-CUT DIAMOND PENDANT, the large circular carbuncle garnet with a rose-cut diamond ribbon-tie surmount, the yellow metal reverse engraved "McKenzie Jan 1911", 2.4cm long.

£600-1,200

£150-300

975 ROYAL INTEREST: A YELLOW AND WHITE METAL STICK PIN modelled with a pair of open scissors and the letter "O", in a fitted case, bearing an old paper label "Given to me by HRH The Prince of Wales at Sandringham on his 32nd birthday, 9th November 1873".

981 A GEORGE III CLEAR PASTE BROOCH of open cluster form suspending three reticulated paste-set drops, in an unmarked white metal closed back setting, 4.4cm wide See illustration

£80-150

976 A YELLOW SAPPHIRE RING, the oval-cut sapphire in a four claw setting, on a rose metal shank with ribbon-tie shoulders

982 AN IVORINE CONTINENTAL YELLOW GOLD PENDANT in the form of a ladybird with inlaid red spots, marked, c.2.5cm long

£100-200

977 A SPECIMEN STONE BRACELET, each cushion-cut white metal link claw-set with a cushioncut gem stone of varying tones, including blue, pink and yellow, with concealed clasp

£80-160

£400-800

983 A 9CT WHITE GOLD DIAMOND CROSS PENDANT, the tapering ribbon-style cross tension-set with sixteen graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds, stamped 9k, the pendant hanger hallmarked, 3cm long (cross only)

£100-200

£200-400

156


Lot 987 Lot 981

Lot 985

984 THE KINGS ROYAL RIFLE CORPS: A GREEN AND RED ENAMEL AND ROSE-CUT DIAMOND-SET BROOCH in 9ct yellow and white gold, 3cm long.

990 Must de Cartier: A tricoloured gold Russian three band ring, the rose-gold ring inscribed ‘Must de Cartier’ and numbered, c.5.2g.

£100-200

£80-160

985 A VICTORIAN HAIR-WORK CROSS PENDANT formed from five plaited hair-work and yellow metal caged sections, 4.8cm long. See illustration

991 A 9ct yellow gold long guard chain, stamped 9ct with makers mark, 60in. (150cm)long and a 22ct yellow gold wedding band, 27.1g (all in). (2).

£200-400

£300-600

986 A YELLOW METAL SERPENT BRACELET, the serpent's head pave-set overall with graduated cabochon turquoise with collet-set ruby eyes, the yellow metal bracelet in a graduated snake-link form

992 Faberge: An 18ct white gold oval locket, one side with blue enamelling and inset with four roundcut diamonds, the reverse stamped with makers name, and numbered 56/200, 2.7cm long.

£250-500

£800-1,600

987 A LARGE DIAMOND COCKTAIL RING, formed from a cluster of seven round brilliant-cut diamonds, totalling c. 4.37cts, in 18ct white gold. See illustration.

993 Five gold rings including a bloodstone seal ring and an engraved posy ring, and a rose-gold turquoise-set heart shaped collar brooch (a lot).

£4,500-5,500

994 A cabochon lapis lazuli and 18ct yellow gold ring and a similar green hardstone cabochon ring in 10K yellow gold (2).

988 Georg Jensen: A silver brooch, of square form with a deer and squirrel decoration, marked, 4cm wide, in the original box.

£100-200

£100-200

989 A cultured pearl necklace, knotted, each pearl c. 10mm wide, with an 18ct yellow gold clasp, 16in. (40cm) long. £80-160

£150-300

157


997 SUFFRAGETTE INTEREST: A 15CT YELLOW GOLD BRACELET, set with alternating scroll seed pearl links and collet-set period and amethyst links, the concealed clasp with safety chain.

995 A pair of diamond stud earrings, each round brilliant-cut diamond c. 0.25cts, collet set in 18ct white gold.

£400-800

996 A VICTORIAN DIAMOND, SEED PEARL AND TURQUOISE PENDANT, of openwork form, with brooch fitment, in 15ct yellow gold, on a 15ct yellow gold chain, 16in. (40.5cm) long.

£650-850

998 A DIAMOND HALF ETERNITY RING, tension-set with 14 graduated, round brilliant-cut diamonds in a white metal shank.

£450-650

£450-650

999-1099 Spare lots

158


A PRIVATE COLLECTION OF FOLIOS WORK S OF ART CLOCK S AND SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS CARPETS AND RUGS

159


A PRIVATE COLLECTION OF 18TH CENTURY GRAND TOUR FOLIOS AND SIMILAR VOLUMES FROM A DECEASED ESTATE IN CENTRAL DORSET

Lot 1100

1102 PAUOLO ALESSANDRO MAFFEI: "RACCOLTA DI STATUE ANTICHE E MODERNE, DATA IN LUCE..........." dated 1704 with 11 pages of text followed by an index of descriptions and 163 plates, the pages 19" x 13" bound between marbled boards

1100 PIRANESI: "ANTICHITA ROMANE DE TEMPI DELLA REPUBBLICA, E DE'PRIMI IMPERIATORI, DISEGNATE, ED INCISE DA GIAMBATTISTA PIRANESI" PARTE PIRMA dated 1748 with five introductory plates and Architectural prints no. TAV1 and TAV6 to 28, the prints 5" x 10½", the pages 14" x 18" bound between paper covers

1103 OMMSIEUR BARBAULT: "VEUS DES PLUS BEAUX RESTES DES ANTIQUITES ROMAINES, dated 1775 with 175 pages of prints, many with two prints to a page, the pages 21½" x 15", bound between decorated boards

£300-600

1101 PIRANESI: "ANTICHITA DI CORA DESCRITTE ED INCISE DA GIOVAMBAT PIRANESI with a front piece, 15 pages of text and 10 plates numbered TAV.I to TAV.X, the plates of varying sizes, the page is 23" x 16", between paper bound covers

£500-1,000

£300-600 160

£800-1,500


Lot 1104

1105 VIAGGI: "IN ALCUNE CITTA DEL LAZIO, CHE DICONSI FONDATE DAL RE SATURNO", Rome 1809, with 29 plates, the pages 15½" x 21", bound between boards

1104 MERIGOT'S VIEWS IN ROME AND ITS VICINITY from drawings made upon the spot, coloured after the originals, London: sold by Messrs. Robinsons, Paternoster-Row and others, with 61 coloured prints and similar front piece, the pages 19" x 13", bound between boards. See illustration

£400-600

161

£400-600


1106 PIRANESI: "ANTICHITA ROMANE DI GIAMBATISTA PIRANESI ARCHITETTO VENEZIANO TOMO SECONDO" with 63 prints, many double page, the pages 22" x 16", between paper covered boards. See illustration

£1,500-2,500 162


1107 PIRANESI: "LE ANTICHITA ROMANE DI GIAMBATISTA PIRANESI ARCHITETTO VENEZIANO TOMO QUARTO", with 57 plates, many folded, the pages 22" x 16½", between paper bound boards. See illustration

£1,500-2,500 163


Lot 1108

1108 PINELLI I SETTE COLLI DI ROMA, an album of seven prints of views of Rome, each 20½" x 29", bound between decorated boards. See illustration

1109 THE BOOK OF THE DEAD, a facsimile of the Papyrus of Anni in the British Muesum, London 1890, picturesque architecture in 20 plates by various artists, London 1887 and a collection of "The Nations Pictures and Magazines" by Cassell & Company (3)

£2,000-4,000

164

£150-250


WORKS OF ART

Lot 1111

1110 A 19TH CENTURY DUTCH MARQUETRY DECANTER BOX of square form, the top inlaid with a bird amongst foliage against a walnut ground, the sides similarly decorated with foliate decoration, the interior fitted with four gilt decorated square section decanters and a single glass, 10¼" wide

1112 A VICTORIAN AND MAHOGANY AND BRASS MOUNTED WRITING SLOPE, the rectangular opening to reveal and lined writing slope with various compartments, above a flush fitting side opening drawer with an internal secret compartment, 21¾" wide

£200-400

£300-600

1111 A VICTORIAN GAMES COMPENDIUM, "The Royal Cabinet of Games" containing an assortment of games and plain pieces to include chess, backgammon, cribbage, cards, whist and other games, fitted in a mahogany box with two turned dice beakers 13" wide See illustration

1113 A CROCODILE EFFECT LEATHER SUITCASE with re-enforced corners and central panel inscribed "L.G. Claridge", the interior lined in red leather with fitted compartments, 26½" wide

1114 A VICTORIAN PAPIER MACHE TRAY of cartouche form decorated with a peacock amongst flowers with scrolling gilt rococo decoration, 31½" wide

£300-600

165

£200-400

£100-200


1118 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY NEEDLEWORK SAMPLER worked with bands of alphabet numbers, vowels, cross stitch, and other motifs, 26" x 7½"

1115 A 19TH CENTURY ANGLO/INDIAN INLAID AND IVORY BANDED WORKBOX, the rectangular top with raised centre and all over veneered in mosaics of black, green and ivory geometric decoration, the interior fitted with a rectangular mirror and a removable tray containing a selection of lidded compartments, sewing accessories and other items, the box resting on animal paw feet, 12½" wide

1118A A VICTORIAN WOOL WORK PICTURE OF A FOUR MASTED SAILING SHIP UNDER FULL SAIL, 21½" x 16¾"

£300-500

1115A PAUL BUBOIS, "LE CHANTEUR, FLORENTIN", A cast and patinated bronze of a man playing a mandolin with cast signature "P. Dubois 1865", and "F. Barbedienne, Fondeur", 24" high

£600-1,200

£500-1,000

1116A A COLLECTION OF FIVE MOUNTED HORSES HOOVES, each engraved with the horses name and dates to include "Conques born 1886, died 1900" (5)

£50-100

1120 JONAS JANSSON: A 17TH CENTURY MAP OF THE COUNTRY OF CAMBRIDGESHIRE, with hand coloured borders and details, 17" x 21"

£200-400

1117 TWO SIMILAR 18TH CENTURY TAPESTRY FRAGMENTS mounted as cushion covers, one depicting a couple being pulled in a sledge with cherubs and a landscape to the distance, each 23" x 20"

£100-200

1119 AN EARLY VICTORIAN NEEDLEWORK SAMPLER worked with alphabets, a central house amongst peacocks and foliage, all within a running border, 16½" x 13¾"

£100-200

1118B A VICTORIAN WOOL WORK PICTURE OF A FOUR MASTED SAILING SHIP FLYING MANY FLAGS AND A LARGE UNION JACK, 16" x 19½"

1116 A VICTORIAN COROMANDEL BRASS BOUND DECANTER BOX by Jenner & Knewstub, 33 St James Street, London, the square top with brass banding enclosing a fitted interior with four cut-glass decanters, the lid fitted with four small glasses, with a Brahma lock and flush fitting side handles, 9¾" wide

£50-100

£150-250

1121 REBERTUS GORDONIUS "SCOTIA REGNUM", a hand coloured map of Scotland with a side panel of the Orkney and Shetland Islands, 18¾" x 23½" and a similar print of the Battle of Culloden (2)

£60-120

£100-200 1117A A 1960'S GILT METAL DRESSING TABLE CLOCK, the dial marked V.Bueche-Girod, of square form on short feet, 1¾" wide.

£100-200

166


Lot 1126

1122 A VICTORIAN ROCOCO REVIVAL PLASTER AND WIREWORK WALL SHELF, the lobed shelf on a scrolling and foliate cast bracket with swags, the shelf, 13" wide

1124A A LADIES CANE, the rock crystal terminal set with floral carved amethyst above a band of enamel decoration, 37".

£100-200

1125 A CHROME PLATED CAR MASCOT, in the form of a chinchilla seated on his hind legs, on a raised base, possibly 1920's, 6½" high

1123 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN ROCOCO REVIVAL WALL SHELVES, with "D" shaped shelves on scrolling plaster and wirework supports, 9" wide

£80-160

1126 A SET OF FOUR BLACK FOREST GNOME TYPE FIGURES, all in seated poses, one playing a stringed instrument, another drinking from a goblet, 15" high (4). See illustration

£200-400

1124 A CAST AND PATINATED SCULPTURE OF A NEAPOLITAN FISHERMAN holding a basket in his left hand and wearing a domed hat, seated on a rocky outcrop, indistinctly signed, 8" high

£150-250

£500-800

1127 AN ANGLO DUTCH DRESSING TABLE MIRROR with a rectangular plate within a gilt border and a surround of gilt scrolling decoration amongst a jewel encrusted shell ornaments, on an easel support, 14½" x 12"

£150-250

167

£150-250


1128 SEVEN BOTTLES OF 1979 VINTAGE CHATEAU DE BEAULIEU COTEAUX DU LAYON and 30 similar bottles of 1980 vintage (37)

1134 AN ANTIQUE MAP "The road from Bristol to Weymouth" containing 57 computed and 74.4 measured miles, with hand coloured borders and details, 7½" x 5", a similar map featuring Wareham, Shaftesbury and Lyme Regis, another of the road from London to Exeter and a fourth pictorial depiction by James Baker (4)

£100-200

1129 A SABRE WITH SHAPED HANDLE and wooden grip in a steel scabbard, 36" long

£100-200

£200-400

1135 A PAIR OF CAST IRON PLANTERS with broad rims on shaped and loped bodies with scrolling attachments, on narrow circular fluted stems and square section bases, 20" wide

1130 A BLUNDERBUSS TYPE GUN, with flared barrel signed "Corke" with foliate leaf decoration and control stamps, the carved stock with metal mounts and carved decoration, 33½". See illustration

£200-400

1136 A PAIR OF REGENCY REVIVAL CAST GILT METAL WALL SCONCES, with oval bevel edged mirror plates within scrolling surrounds and cast mask decoration, each with three scrolling candle branches, 25"

£1,500-2,500 1131 A VICTORIAN BRASS DOORSTOP with lion paw terminal and cast upright and handle, 15" high

£500-1,000

£100-200 1137 A LARGE NEEDLEWORK PANEL, worked with a central vase of colourful flowers in an Italianate landscape to the distance, all beneath a running border of flowers, 55" x 58"

1132 A GENTLEMAN'S WALKING CANE, with turned and carved finial, possibly rhinoceros horn, with the silver mount hall marked for Birmingham 1900, 32" long

It has been suggested that this may be the work of a student at The Royal School of Needlework

£200-400

£300-600 1133 A CAST AND PATINATED BRONZE STUDY OF A FISHERMAN carrying an anchor over his shoulder, with a child to his side, on a rocky base and octagonal stand, 6½" high

1138 A CEYLONESE EBONY AND IVORY WALKING STICK, of spiral turned form with dot inlay and handle carved in the form of a birds head, 37"

£80-150

168

£80-150


Lot 1130

169


Lots 1140 and 1141

1139 THREE CARVED TRIBAL "JUNGLI" FIGURES, the largest with broken arms and carved decoration probably Krishna with companion Radha figure and a smaller figure possibly a "Gopi", the largest 8½" wide

1141 A FIJI ISLANDS WOODEN CLUB the gnarled head with three slender stumps above a gently tapered shaft, the grip carved with a single register of geometric motifs, 45" long See illustration

£80-160

1140 A FIJI ISLANDS WOODEN CLUB the head with evenly-spaced stumps, above a tapering thick shaft, the grip carved with two registers of dense geometric motifs, 40" long. See illustration

£1,500-2,500

£1,500-2,500

1142 A BONE MASK probably Congolese, of carved form, the face with stylised feathers, 9½" long 170

£200-400


1143 A FINE PAIR OF "GRAND TOUR" ALABASTER URNS with broad flared rims above gadrooned bases with twin scrolling handles, the urns on narrow stems and circular columns with square bases, circa 1825, 20" high. See illustration

ÂŁ5,000-10,000

171


1144 AN EDWARDIAN GILT METAL AND CUT-GLASS CEILING LIGHT with a broad dished and frosted shade with cut decoration and central gilt metal finial suspended from two circular tiers with applied decoration, the shade 16" wide

Lot 1145

£150-250

1145 A CARVED GILT WOOD LION standing with mouth slightly open, probably English 17th/18th century, 28" wide. See illustration

Provenance: S.W. Wolsey (1895-1980) and thence by descent

£500-1,000

1146 A KING GEORGE V AND THE ROYAL FAMILY: A PHOTOGRAPH OF HM KING GEORGE V meeting Mr C. Capel-Smith, a similar photograph depicting HRH Princess Elizabeth, HRH The Duchess of York, HRH The Duke of York and Mr C. CapelSmith at Richmond Royal Horse Show. 1934; another similar photograph and a silver mounted hip flask, together with a silver cigarette box, tobacco box and plated sandwich box, all with engraved initials.

Lot 1148

By family repute, the hip flask was in Mr Capel-Smith's pocket when he met King George V.

£100-200

1147 A PAIR OF ORMOLU ROCOCO STYLE WALL LIGHTS, the twin candle branches with elaborate asymmetric rococo sconces, on foliate drip pans and scrolling branches held aloft by cherubs with scrolling bases, fitted for electricity, 27" high Lot 1149

£300-600

1148 A CONTINENTAL EMBROIDERED SILK AND GOLD THREAD WALL HANGING worked with a central multi-petalled pink flower amongst smaller flowers and foliage, within a surround of similar decoration and a running border against a light bronze ground, 67" x 67". See illustration

172

£1,000-2,000


Lot 1151

1149 A CAST BRONZE STATUE OF A PRANCING HORSE with all over green patination, 36" high. See illustration

1151 THE ROUGHTON POPPY: A poppy picked by Private Cecil Roughton (1834) from a trench near Arras in 1916, pressed and stuck onto the page of a notebook inscribed "Souvenir from a Front Line Trench near Arras, May 1916. C.Roughton 1923", encased in an acrylic block, 8.25” x 5”. See illustration

£1,000-2,000

1150 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY GILT BONZE AND WHITE MARBLE CANDLESTICKS, each with a vase-shaped sconce supported on the shoulders of a kneeling naked man, on circular marble column and square and leaf-cast base, 9½" (2). See illustration

£700-900

173

£500-1,000

Provenance: 1834 Private Cecil Roughton, Arras, France, 1916 Given as a gift in 1923 to Joan Banton Thence by descent

This poppy was picked by Private Cecil Roughton at Arras in Northern France in 1916, when he was only 17 years old. Pressed carefully so the poppy flower, stem and leaves remain intact, he later taped the poppy to a page in an autograph book belonging to his 13 year old neighbour, Joan Banton, giving it to her as a gift in 1923. The poppy is being sold by the daughter of Joan Banton. In 2011, it was included in an exhibition staged by the Royal British Legion, at which point it was preserved in acrylic. This rare survival is believed to be the oldest surviving poppy from the trenches of WWI.


1156 A GRAPH-CHECK SEQUENCE CAMERA with instructions in fitted case

1162 A BRASS LANTERN CLOCK, with a central foliate engraved dial, signed "Benj. Willoughby, Bristol", with a single hand and a broad chapter ring, the case with turned uprights and vaseshaped finials, the upper section with pierced and engraved mount, the central mount engraved "S.S, 1698", the movement with crown-wheel escapement and raised suspended bell, basically 17th century, 13½" high

Provenance: Edgar Percy Allen (1910-1975) and thence by descent, basically 17th century

£2,000-4,000

1155 A CURTA CALCULATOR, type I No. 47244, metal canister 4¾" high

£200-400

£80-150

1157 PROFESSOR FULLER'S CALCULATING SLIDE RULE, in fitted case with a label for W.F. Stanley & Co. Limited, Opticians to H.M. Government, 18" wide

1163 A FRENCH EMPIRE STYLE MANTEL CLOCK of architectural form with a scrolling cornice with tortoiseshell and engraved brass inlay, the clock supported on four spiral turned columns, with an 8-day two train movement with compensating pendulum, on a conforming base and stamped, 23" high

£150-250

CLOCKS AND SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS

1158 A STICK BAROMETER with ebonised mouldings against a carved and scrolling walnut frame, with an engraved brass scale marked "Summer/Winter", 47" high, possibly 18th/19th century

1164 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK, the dial signed "Stewett Marlbro", with a silver chapter ring and subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, the arch with a rocking figure of Old Father time, with a border "tempest fugit", with an 8-day two train movement striking on a bell, the flat top with dental moulded corners above burr veneers, the door with carved pillars, with gilt metal capitols, the trunk with a tall rectangular door between fluted recess columns, 88" high

£500-1,000 1159 A 19TH CENTURY BRASS CASED MANTEL CLOCK with a japy type 8-day movement striking on a coiled gong, the dial with silvered chapter ring, the case with brass finials and turned columns, 13¾" high

£200-400

£200-400

£500-1,000

1160 A LATE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH MANTEL CLOCK in green onyx and gilt metal case with glazed panels and enamelled with a circular gilt brass dial with conforming enamel outer border, with a two train movement striking on a coiled gong with a compensating mercury pendulum, 14"

1165 AN 18TH CENTURY OAK LONGCASE CLOCK, the brass chapter ring signed "Arthur Mitchell", Dorchester, with subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, with a 30 hour, the flat topped hood with raised canopy, with a full trunk door, on square base, 86" high

£300-500

1161 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK, the silvered arch dial signed "Francis Dovell, London" with subsidiary seconds and date dial, with an 8-day two train movement striking on a bell, the arch top hood surmounted by an eagle and ball finial and twin pineapple finials, the dial flanked by fluted columns, all above a tall arch top door and conforming base, 93" high

£900-1,200 174

£300-600


1166 A VICTORIAN MUSICAL SKELETON CLOCK, the silver pierced chapter ring signed "Giuseppe Primavesi Casnate", the skeleton clock with a two train chain fusee movement striking on a bell, the bell marked "Hale, Bristol no. 16", on a tall walnut veneered base containing a cylinder musical movement, the front with a brass panel "Giuseppe Primavesi Fece Casnate, 1869", 22½" high beneath a later cover. See illustration

ÂŁ1,000-2,000

175


1167 AN 18TH CENTURY BURR WALNUT VENEERED LONGCASE CLOCK, with a tablet signed "William Parr, London" with a silver chapter ring and subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, with an 8-day two train movement striking on a bell with a flat topped hood and a tall trunk door with moulded border, arch top and cross-banding, on a conforming base, 89" high. See illustration

176

ÂŁ1,000-2,000


1168 A LATE 17TH CENTURY WALNUT AND MARQUETRY LONGCASE CLOCK by John Bushman of London, the dial with silvered chapter ring and subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, with a two train five pillar 8-day movement striking on a bell, the hood with a flat top and turned columns with foliate marquetry surround, the door with a central glass lentical flanked by panels marquetry with birds amongst foliate, on a conforming base, 84" high. See illustration

ÂŁ3,000-5,000

1169-1174 Spare lots

177


CARPETS AND RUGS 1175 A NORTH WEST PERSIAN TRIBAL RUNNER, the brick red ground worked with a central blue stepped medallion within floral herati pattern border and guards, 51" x 108"

1180 A CHINESE WOOLWORK CARPET, the ivory ground with a central oval floral medallion within pale pink leafy scroll border, size 112" x 160"

£40-70

1181 A INDIAN SILK CARPET, the burgundy ground worked overall with shaded ivory palmettes, leafage and flowers within and forming floral medallion borders and guards, 108" x 70"

1176 A NORTH WEST PERSIAN PRAYER RUG, the central dark blue prayer niche worked with an octagonal burgundy and multi-coloured panel, within floral, wine glass and hooked boteh multi-coloured borders on an ivory ground, 49" x 62"

£100-200

£1,000-2,000

1184 A CHINESE "PEKING" CARPET, the pale ivory ground worked with sparse multicoloured floral and leaf pattern central oval medallion within conforming key pattern and swastika borders and black outer guard, late Qing/Republic, 102" x 66"

£500-1,000

1179 A PERSIAN STYLE SMALL CARPET, the salmon pink ground with a central pale blue and aubergine floral medallion with conforming corner spandrels and herati style outer borders and guards, 80" x 114"

£100-200

1183 A CHINESE "PEKING" CARPET, the pale ivory ground worked with sparse multicoloured floral and leaf pattern central oval medallion within conforming key pattern and swastika borders and black outer guard, late Qing/Republic, 190" x 102"

£50-100

1178 A PERSIAN STYLE SMALL CARPET of Tabriz design, the brick red ground with central dark blue, pale blue and ivory floral medallion, within pale blue floral spandrels and herati pattern outer borders and guards, 128" x 168"

£150-300

1182 A CHINESE RUG, the dark celadon ground worked with a stylised bird on a branch within a purple ground, insect, vase and floral border, 56" x 35"

1177 A SMALL KAZAK TYPE RUG, the red ground with a multi-coloured striped pattern, within serrated leaf outer borders and guards, 58" x 36"

£200-400

£500-1,000

1185-1189 Spare lots

£200-400

178


ENGLISH AND CONTINENTAL FURNITURE

179


1196 A MAHOGANY CHIPPENDALE STYLE KETTLE STAND with a square top, with raised pierced border above a small slide and pierced frieze, on cluster column legs and turned stretcher, 12" wide

1190 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS, the rectangular top with a crossbanded border and moulded edge above two short and three long graduated drawers with oval brass handles, on bracket feet, 40" wide

£200-400

£200-400

1191 A REGENCY MAHOGANY TIP-TOP BREAKFAST TABLE, the rectangular top with rounded corners and moulded border, on a turned column and three downswept legs with brass animal paw capped castors, 56" wide

1197 A DUTCH COLONIAL HARDWOOD CHEST with elaborate pierced and engraved gilt metal mounts, the central mount worked with a figure of a seated deity, with elaborate key plate, on detachable turned front legs, 38" wide

£300-600

1198 A WILLIAM AND MARY WALNUT FRAMED CUSHION MIRROR with a rectangular plate within a swept rectangular frame, 20" wide

1192 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY TRIPOD POLE SCREEN with a rectangular needlework panel worked with a vase of flowers dated 1750, on a turned and carved base on three moulded downswept legs with scrolling feet, 52" high

£100-200

£500-1,000

1201 AN 18TH CENTURY ANGLODUTCH WALNUT AND MARQUETRY BUREAU, the sloping fall with broad crossbanding and chequered stringing, enclosing a well-fitted interior with a central door decorated with a warrior with shield and sword, enclosing an interior with architectural steps, between fluted columns and shaped short drawers and pigeonholes, all above two short and three long graduated drawers with conforming stringing, on bracket feet, 39" wide. See illustration

£500-1,000

1195 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY TWO SEATER CHAIR-BACK SETTEE with twin dished chairbacks with carved tapering uprights, with outswept arms and overstuffed seat on square tapering front legs, 35" wide

£150-300

1200 A 17TH CENTURY OAK CHEST OF DRAWERS, the rectangular top with moulded border above two short and three long graduated drawers with block moulded fronts and turned handles, with moulded drawer divisions, 36½" wide

£200-400

1194 A GEORGE III SATINWOOD "D"-SHAPED CARD TABLE, the rectangular top with satinwood veneers, contrasting crossbanding and ebonised border, above a shallow frieze with ebony stringing, on turned tapering legs, 36" wide

£500-1,000

1199 A REGENCY MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS with a rectangular caddy moulded top above two short and three long graduated drawers with brass ring handles, on bracket feet, 30" wide

1193 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DRUM TABLE, the circular top above three bow fronted drawers with triangular interiors and ebony stringing, on turned tapering column and three downswept legs with brass cap castors, 20" wide

£200-400

£500-1,000

£1,500-2,500

Provenance:bPrivate collection, North Dorset 180


Lot 1201

181


1208 AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD CROSSBANDED BUREAU, the sloping fall inlaid with a central oval panel enclosing a fitted interior with central cupboard and pigeonholes above four short graduated drawers with brass ring handles, on splayed bracket feet, 25" wide

1202 A SET OF TWELVE CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each with scrolling top rails with leaf-carved decoration above an elaborate pierced and carved splat and stopfluted uprights, with over-stuffed seats and square section legs with carved detailing and "H"-form stretchers, including ten standard and two armchairs, 38" high (12)

£1,500-2,500

1209 AN EDWARDIAN SHERATON REVIVAL MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD INLAID CORNER CUPBOARD, the raised cupboard with bow-fronted glazed door above an open shelf and panelled cupboard with neo-classical style inlay above an open shelf, on square tapering legs, 74½" high

1203 A SET OF EIGHT REGENCY MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS with rope-twist backs and wavy "X"-form crossrails with gilt metal patera, above caned seats and sabre legs, 35" high (8)

£500-1,000

1204 A VICTORIAN BURR WALNUT AND AMBOYNA CROSSBANDED GAMES/ SEWING TABLE, the shaped rectangular top with rounded ends opening to an interior veneered for chess, backgammon and cribbage, above a single fitted frieze drawer and basket with all over burr walnut veneer and satinwood stringing, on turned uprights and crossrail with downswept legs and castors, 28" wide

£200-400

£400-600

1210 AN 18TH CENTURY DUTCH MARQUETRY AND WALNUT DROPFLAP DINING TABLE, the shaped top with twin drop flap sides, all inlaid with panels of marquetry with vases within scrolling and foliate surrounds, on tapering legs with pad feet, with conforming foliate inlay, 51" wide

£250-500

£700-1,400

1205 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD, the bow front above a frieze drawer and two deep drawers with brass ring handles and ebony stringing, on turned tapering legs, 54" wide

1211 A PAIR OF GEORGE III CHIPPENDALE STYLE CHILDREN'S ARMCHAIRS with wavy top rails above pierced and carved splats with outswept arms, drop-in seats and square tapering legs with "H"-form stretchers, 31" high (2)

£300-600

£300-500

1206 A REGENCY CONVEX WALL MIRROR, the circular plate within a moulded ebonised fillet and gilt surround with foliate carved decoration, 28" wide. See illustration

1212 A GEORGE I WALNUT LOWBOY, the rectangular top with broad crossbanding and a moulded frieze above a single long drawer and two small drawers with brass handles, on cabriole legs with pointed spade feet, 18th century and later, 30½" wide

£200-400

1207 A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH BURRWOOD AND ORMOLU MOUNTED BUREAU DE DAME, the shaped bombe fall within kingwood crossbanding and gilt metal mounts, the fall enclosing a fitted interior with three shaped small drawers, on cabriole legs with all over ormolu mounts, 27" wide

£100-200 182

£1,500-2,000


1213 A LOUIS XVI STYLE MARBLE TOP BOMBE COMMODE, the shaped variegated marble top with a moulded border and serpentine sides above a vernis martin decorated front with a rectangular panel above a single heart-shaped bombe fronted door decorated with a scene of ladies taking tea, with all over gilt metal mounts, 36" wide. See illustration

ÂŁ1,500-2,500

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1214 A MAHOGANY LIBRARY CABINET with a rectangular top with moulded border with gilt metal mount above a long flush-fitting drawer with moulded front and twin doors with brass grille enclosing a shelved interior, on a plinth base, inscribed to the reverse "R. Churchill", 50" wide

1220 A REGENCY STYLE ROSEWOOD COMMODE, the rectangular top with rounded front corners above twin cupboard doors with brass wire mesh panels and silk linings, between fluted gilt decorated columns on short legs, 38" wide

£200-400

1221 ARTHUR BRETT: A MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD CROSSBANDED CARLTON HOUSE DESK of traditional form with a swept back with raised top with brass grille above six short drawers and concave fronted cupboards, with a rising writing slope and three frieze drawers on square tapering legs, 55" wide

1215 RESTALL, BROWN & CLENNELL: A SHERATON STYLE SATINWOOD PEMBROKE TABLE, the shaped top with twin drop flap sides and a painted border of scrolling foliate decoration, above a single bow-fronted frieze drawer and conforming dummy drawer with ring handles, on turned tapering legs with similar painted decoration and brass wheel castors, 30¼" wide

£200-400

£200-400

£150-250

£400-800

1225 A GEORGE II GILTWOOD ROCOCO WALL MIRROR with a rectangular plate within an elaborate scrolling frame surmounted by a ho ho bird with wings outstretched, and a swan below, 53" high x 26" wide. See illustration

£50-100

1219 A PAIR OF MAHOGANY OCTAGONAL TOP OCCASIONAL TABLES with segmented veneers and central burrwood panel, on scrolling legs with block feet, 24" wide

£500-1,000

1224 A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD THREE FOLD SCREEN with moulded frame and fretwork panels with three rectangular panels of crewel-work, with birds amongst flowering branches and foliage, 59" high x 72" wide

1218 RESTALL, BROWN & CLENNELL: AN OVAL SATINWOOD COFFEE TABLE painted with a central foliate bouquet, on square tapering legs, 36" wide

£200-400

1223 A SET OF FOUR GEORGE III WALNUT CHIPPENDALE STYLE DINING CHAIRS with broad scrolling top rails and carved and pierced splats, with leaf-carved corners, above drop-in seats and cabriole legs with ball and claw feet, 39" high (4)

1217 RESTALL. BROWN & CLENNELL: A PAIR OF SATINWOOD OCCASIONAL TABLES with circular tops painted with bouquets of roses and foliage, on a turned column with painted decoration, on downswept legs with spade feet, 16" wide

£800-1,500

1222 A LOUIS XVI STYLE COMMODE with a variegated grey marble top with moulded border above four frieze drawers with gilt metal mouldings and ring handles, above four panelled doors similarly decorated, all between stop fluted columns, on tapering fluted legs with brass caps, 18" wide

1216 RESTALL, BROWN & CLENNELL: A SET OF FOUR SHERATON REVIVAL SATINWOOD CHAIRS with floral and ribbon painted top rails and lattice backs, with caned seats and faux bamboo legs with similar painted decoration. Comprising two armchairs and two standard chairs, and a similar window seat with caned sides and seats on square tapering legs with spade feet, the window seat 38¼" wide

£250-450

£1,500-3,000

Provenance: Private collection, Somerset.

£200-400 184


Lot 1225

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1226 A REGENCY MAHOGANY ARMCHAIR with a broad bar back and carved crossrail, with scrolling arm supports, drop-in seats and turned and reeded front legs, 33½" high

1232 AN EARLY 18TH CENTURY OAK GATELEG DINING TABLE, the shaped top with twin drop flaps on a gateleg base with turned uprights and square section stretchers, 52" wide

£150-300

1233 A GEORGE III SIDE OR WRITING TABLE with a rectangular top with reeded border above a single long frieze drawer with brass knob handles, on square tapering legs with brass castors, possibly teak

1227 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY CHEST ON CHEST, the upper section with a moulded cornice above two short and three long graduated drawers between canted fluted columns, the lower section with a brushing slide, above three long graduated drawers, on bracket feet, 43" wide

£400-600

£100-200

£300-600

£100-200

1237 AN 18TH CENTURY DUTCH WALNUT AND MARQUETRY CABINET with a double arched top with a moulded cornice and twin glazed doors with all over foliate and scrolling marquetry, the lower section with twin panelled doors enclosing a shelved interior with short drawers, the doors and side panels inlaid with birds seated on urns, amongst flowering foliage, on bun feet, 53" high. See illustration

£800-1,500

1231 A REGENCY MAHOGANY FOLDTOP CARD TABLE, the rectangular top with canted corners and rosewood crossbanding, enclosing a baize-lined interior, above a frieze with ebony stringing on twin uprights and platform base with four downswept legs with animal paw castors, 34½" wide

£300-500

1236 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CANTERBURY of open form, with turned uprights, 20½" high

1230 A GEORGE I/II WALNUT BUREAU, the sloping fall with crossbanding enclosing a fitted interior with a central cupboard flanked by columnfronted drawers and further short drawers and pigeonholes, all above four long graduated drawers with semi-circular drawer divisions, on bracket feet, 37" wide

£300-600

1235 A SET OF SIX GEORGE III MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS with concave bar backs above reeded uprights, with drop-in seats, on reeded front legs and "H"-form stretchers, 34½" high

1229 A CONTEMPORARY ROSEWOOD BOW FRONTED DRINKS CABINET with a shaped top above a moulded frieze and a single door enclosing a shelved interior, on a plinth base, 24" wide

£200-400

1234 A ROSEWOOD SIDE CABINET with raised top with three graduated shelves between carved scrolling uprights, the lower section with a rectangular top above twin panelled doors, on a plinth base, 49" wide

1228 A REGENCY MAHOGANY "X"-FRAME STOOL with a rectangular upholstered top on curving "X"-frame base with turned roundels, 20" wide

£250-500

£200-400

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£1,500-2,500


Lot 1237

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Lot 1243

1238 A 17TH CENTURY OAK COURT CUPBOARD, the rectangular top with a moulded border above a carved frieze and a three panel front with two cupboard doors, each with recessed arched panels and flanked by leaf-carved cup and cover supports, all above a single frieze door with lobed front, on tapering legs with bin feet, 17th century and later, 55½" wide

1241 A 17TH CENTURY WALNUT SIDE TABLE with a rectangular top with moulded border above a single frieze drawer and wavy frieze, on turned legs and square section stretcher, 33½" wide

1242 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY BUREAU BOOKCASE, the upper section with a moulded cornice above twin glazed doors with arched moulded glazing bars, the bureau with a sloping fall enclosing a fitted interior above a central long and two small frieze drawers and two short and two further long graduated drawers, on ogee bracket feet, the parts associated, 39" wide

£1,000-2,000

1239 A 17TH CENTURY CARVED OAK AND INLAID "WAINSCOT" CHAIR with arched foliate carved back above two panels with low relief carving within chequered inlaid borders, with scrolling arms and solid seat, on a carved frieze with turned legs and rectangular stretchers, 51" high (possibly Leeds/Halifax)

£700-1,000

£800-1,500

1243 A REGENCY EMPIRE STYLE "X"-FRAME STOOL with turned crossrails and stiff leaf carved terminals above a dished seat, on downswept legs with ball feet, 30" wide. See illustration

1240 A WILLIAM AND MARY OAK HIGH-BACK ARMCHAIR, the top rail with "boys and crown" carving above an upholstered panel flanked by foliate carving and spiralturned uprights, with shaped arms and upholstered seat above a conforming stretcher and turned and carved legs, 46" high

£200-400

£500-1,000 188

£2,000-3,000


Lot 1249

1247 AN 18TH CENTURY DUTCH WALNUT AND MARQUETRY BUREAU, the sloping fall decorated with a central vase of flowers surrounded by butterflies, birds and flowering foliage, enclosing a fitted interior with a central well flanked by a cupboard, short drawers and pigeonholes, above a wavy fronted drawer, on cabriole legs with ball and claw feet, with all over conforming marquetry decoration, 36" wide

1244 A GEORGE II OAK DRESSER, the upper section with a moulded cornice above three shelves and a boarded back, the lower section with a rectangular top above three short drawers with moulded borders, brass handles and key escutcheons, above a moulded frieze, on turned legs and rectangular stretchers, 18th century and later, 70" wide

£800-1,500

1245 A GEORGE III STYLE BUREAU CABINET, the upper section with a pierced and gilt metal mounted swan-neck cornice above a blind fret frieze and twin glazed doors with flat fronted glazing bars enclosing a lined interior, the sloping fall enclosing an interior with bow fronted central architectural drawers flanked by pigeon holes and short drawers, with two short and a single long drawer, on associated base with cabriole legs, 28½" wide

1248 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY CHEST ON CHEST, the upper section with a moulded cornice above two short and three long graduated drawers with chequered stringing, the base with three further long drawers, on bracket feet, 40" wide

£300-500

Provenance: Private collection, London.

£1,000-2,000

£400-800

1249 A VICTORIAN WALNUT MARQUETRY AND GILT METAL MOUNTED CREDENZA in the manner of Gillows, with a shaped top with central projecting column with gilt metal mask mounts flanked by twin glazed doors within foliate marquetry borders, flanked by conforming round fronted columns, on a plinth base with further gilt metal mounts, 60" wide. See illustration

1246 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY SERVING TABLE with a rectangular top above a frieze decorated with a central carved crest of a bird of prey beneath carved tusk decoration, on six square tapering legs, 84" wide.

£150-250

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£1,000-2,000


Lot 1253

Lot 1255

1250 A VICTORIAN BURR WALNUT INLAID BUREAU PLAT of Louis XV design, with leather inset surface and serpentine-shaped sides, fitted with two frieze drawers, on cabriole legs, 50" wide

1253 A SET OF THIRTEEN HEPPLEWHITE STYLE DINING CHAIRS each with an arched back above a foliate carved and pierced vase-shaped backsplat, above a drop-in seat with serpentine seat rail, on square tapering legs with "H"-form stretcher. Comprising a single armchair and twelve standard chairs, with retailers labels for "S & H Jewell, London". See illustration

£700-900

1251 A VICTORIAN BURR WALNUT EBONISED AND SATINWOOD STRUNG CENTRE TABLE, the octagonal top with radiating veneers within an ebonised border with satinwood stringing, on an ebonised and incised base with four turned and carved uprights and downswept scrolling legs with castors, 41½" wide

1254 A GEORGE III STYLE MAHOGANY TRIPLE PILLAR DINING TABLE, the rectangular top with rounded ends and moulded border, on three turned columns with downswept legs and cast animal paw feet, 108"

£200-400

1252 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY "D"-END DINING TABLE, the rectangular table with rounded ends with two removable leaves, with a deep frieze and square tapering legs, 86½"

£500-1,000

£300-500

1255 A GEORGE III "GOTHIC" WINDSOR SIDE CHAIR, the arched back above a central carved Gothic splat and two supporting uprights, above a shaped solid seat on cabriole legs with pierced corner brackets, 37" high See illustration

£800-1,500

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Provenance: S.W. Wolsey (1895-1980) and thence by descent.

£300-600


Lot 1257

1257 A LATE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH PIER CABINET with a serpentine fronted marble top above a marquetry frieze with foliate decoration, against an ebonised ground and a single serpentine fronted drawer with gilt metal mounts and central marquetry panel of a vase of flowers within a scrolling rococo revival surround, on a plinth base with all over conforming mounts, 47" wide. See illustration

1256 A LATE 17TH CENTURY OAK AND WALNUT ENCLOSED CHEST, the rectangular top above a long frieze drawer with lion mask ring handles above a single deep drawer with architectural mouldings, the lower section with twin panelled cupboards enclosing three long drawers, 17th century and later, 45" wide

ÂŁ1,000-1,500

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ÂŁ1,000-1,500


Lot 1259

1260 AN INDO-PERSIAN MOTHER OF PEARL INLAID WALL MIRROR with a rectangular plate with Moorish arched top within an elaborately inlaid and decorated surround with scrolling top, 61½" high

1258 A LATE 19TH CENTURY RECTANGULAR WALL MIRROR with a bevel edge plate within a lacquered flat fronted surround, 26½" wide

£40-80

1258A A "GOTHIC" BENCH with 'poppy headed' uprights with moulded edges above a short elm seat, 16th century and later, 26½" wide

1261 A VICTORIAN ROCOCO REVIVAL GILTWOOD WALL MIRROR, the rectangular plate within a carved and pierced frame all over decorated with elaborate "C"-scrolls and flowering foliage, 43" x 45". See illustration

£500-1,000

1259 A GEORGE III "D"-SHAPED SATINWOOD AND MAHOGANY CARD TABLE, the shaped top with broad crossbanding opening to a baize-lined playing surface above a frieze with conforming satinwood stringing, with square tapering legs and spade feet, 36" wide. See illustration

Provenance: By family tradition this card table was bequeathed by Sir Joshua Reynolds to his niece Theophilia Palmer, and thence by descent to the present owner.

£800-1,500

£500-1,000

£1,000-2,000

1261A A  FLEMISH WALNUT STOOL with an upholstered oval seat on turned legs and wavy x-form stretcher, 17th century, 21" wide

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£200-£400


Lot 1261

193


1262 AN EMPIRE CHERRYWOOD CONSOLE TABLE, with a rectangular variegated grey and white marble top above a flat fronted frieze with a single long drawer, with carved and painted supports in the form of female heads and torsos, with scrolling fish-tail bases and a sloping back panel, on a plinth base, Rhineland, circa 1790, 38ž" wide. See illustration

ÂŁ4,000-6,000

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1263 A FINE KINGWOOD AND ORMOLU MOUNTED VITRINE in the manner of Joseph-Emmanuel Zwiener, with an arched shaped top with gilt metal mounts, above twin glazed doors with serpentine glass panels and bombe bases with kingwood veneers and gilt metal mounts, with similarly shaped side panels and short cabriole legs with all over conforming mounts. 61" wide x 90" high. See illustration

ÂŁ8,000-12,000

Provenance: Aquired in the early 1950's by the vendor's grandmother and thence by descent. Private collection, Surrey.

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THE ALBANY LODGE CHAIRS

1264 A SET OF EIGHT YEW AND ELM LOW BACK WINDSOR ARMCHAIRS, the central splat carved with Lodge No. 176 and a Masonic level, with a curving arm above a solid seat, turned legs and crinoline stretcher, 37" high (8). See illustration

ÂŁ3,000-6,000

Provenance: The Albany Lodge, Newport, Isle of Wight.

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1265 A SET OF EIGHT YEW AND ELM LOW BACK WINDSOR ARMCHAIRS, the central splat carved with Lodge No. 176 and a Masonic level, with a curving arm above a solid seat, turned legs and crinoline stretcher, 37" high (8). See illustration

ÂŁ3,000-6,000

Provenance: The Albany Lodge, Newport, Isle of Wight.

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1266 A SET OF SIX YEW AND ELM LOW BACK WINDSOR ARMCHAIRS, the central splat carved with Lodge No. 176 and a Masonic level, with a curving arm above a solid seat, turned legs and crinoline stretcher, 37" high (8). See illustration

ÂŁ2,000-4,000

Provenance: The Albany Lodge, Newport, Isle of Wight.

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1267 A VENETIAN CARVED AND GILTWOOD WALL MIRROR in the manner of Guiseppe Zocchi, the rectangular plate within a scrolling foliate carved and moulded frame, with an elaborate pierced and scrolling cresting with a central painting on glass of a milkmaid standing by a cow in a landscape, 18th century., 49½" x 27½". See illustration

£3,000-£6,000

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1268 A CHARLES I OAK COURT CUPBOARD of tri-part form, the upper section with a moulded cornice above a panelled back with a central panel with an armorial of three stags heads, flanked by marquetry and further carved panels beneath an inlaid inscription "Ye XXV Daye of Januarie 1640", the panels all between chequered stringing, the central section with a frieze inlaid "Unto Us a Childe is Borne" above a recessed central panel with scrolling floral marquetry within stepped carved borders, flanked by twin cupboard doors with central foliate panels, all between conforming stringing, the base with two three-panel doors with further conforming carving and a central moulded upright, 17th century and later, 59" wide. See illustration

Provenance: Purportedly the Cavendish family. George Donaldson. Purchased at auction in 1988 in the West of England. Private collection, West Dorset.

200

Literature: This impressive oak court cupboard features as fig. 128 in Percy MacQuoid's seminal volume "The Age of Oak", first published in 1904 and re-published many times since.

In this ground-breaking work the cupboard is described as being "exceptionally fine" and "no doubt made to commemorate a birth in the Cavendish family". The author draws a link between the "Cavendish scrolled bordure" that separates the two cupboard doors with a table which remains the property of the Duke of Devonshire and was originally part of the furnishings of Hardwick House.

ÂŁ10,000-ÂŁ20,000


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Lot 1273

1272 A NEO-CLASSICAL STYLE FIRE BASKET in the manner of Robert Adam, with a cast back with cast back with cast neo-classical swagged decoration, above a serpentine front with pierced and polished brass frieze and vase-shaped ornaments, on square tapering legs with block feet, 35" wide

1269 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY AND PARCEL-GILT FRET-FRAME WALL MIRROR with a rectangular bevel edge plate within a gilt fillet and scrolling shell-carved surround, 29¼" x 17"

£200-£400

1273 A PAIR OF REGENCY CARVED GILTWOOD AND PAINTED ARMORIALS, each with a painted central cartouche in a palmcarved frame with imbricated dolphin supports, one surmounted by the crest of an arm holding a sword aloft, the other with a griffin facing to sinister, each with a motto inscribed on a ribbon along the bottom "Robori Prudentia Prvectae" and "Per Ardua Stapllis", 44" and 39" high (2). See illustration

£300-£500 1271 A NEO-CLASSICAL STYLE FIRE BASKET with a raised back and vase-shaped applied ornament above a pierced and polished steel serpentine front on square tapering legs with block feet, 28" wide

£600-£800

1270 A 17TH CENTURY STYLE FIRE BASKET with a cast fire back decorated with a figure beneath an arch, with a neo-classical style front with applied vaseshaped ornament and turned legs and a pierced frieze, 31" wide

£200-£400

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Provenance: Private collection, Wiltshire.

These magnificent Regency armorials relate to other comparable panels which have appeared on the market in recent years, including one with dolphin supporters, sold at Christie's London 14th September 2006, Lot 1.

£8,000-£12,000


1274 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY SIGNALLING CANONS, the short cast bronze barrels 21" long, on painted wooden carriages with black coach lining, on spoked wheels with metal rims, 46" long.

£4,000-£6,000

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A Superb Example of the Scagliolista's Art: The legacy of Domenico Bartoli and Pietro Bossi

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1275 AN IRISH GEORGE III WHITE STATUARY MARBLE, SPANISH BROCATELLO AND SCAGLIOLA INLAID CHIMNEYPIECE, CIRCA 1765.

The shelf with moulded and beaded edge above a frieze inlaid with foliage, rosettes and husk swags, centred by a similarly framed rectangular tablet and with a carved trophy to left and right, bordered above and below with bands of simulated fluting, the jambs with tapering panels each inlaid with a nightingale perched atop a pole wrapped with flowering rose stems and with stepped plinths, the scagliola probably added circa 1850, 56½” high x 69” wide (overall), the opening 42½” high x 43½” wide

Provenance: Almost certainly No. 4, Parnell (formerly Rutland) Square, Dublin

The Viscounts, later Earls of Wicklow 1755-1801

The Vandeleur Family 1801-1879

The RC Archbishops of Dublin after 1878

Private Collection, London, bought from a Dublin dealer in the late 1960’s.

£30,000 – 50,000

Commentary: This chimneypiece is closely related to one at No. 86, Saint Stephen’s Green, Dublin, one of the grandest of all the town houses in that city. This house and the one next to it were taken over as the new Catholic University of Ireland in 1855 (now UCD), with the Archbishop of Dublin as Patron and John Henry (later Cardinal) Newman as Rector. It is shown in-situ in The Georgian Society Records, published in 1912 and is still in the building (Fig.1). It is quite clear (looking at the original size of the hearth) that it replaced a much larger chimneypiece, similar in proportion to one still at the front of the house, which had been removed when the house was sold by the Whaley family in 1848. It is described as predating the work of Bossi (fl. Dublin 1784-1798) and does not suggest that it was a later introduction. However very recent research has shown that to be the case and corroborates a rumour that the Archbishop himself had provided the chimneypiece for the room when it became known as the Bishop’s Room. This probably took place in 1891 when the former Archbishop’s House at 4, Rutland (now Parnell) Square was vacated in favour of a new Palace further North. A tender document for the building of the new Palace in Drumcondra, North Dublin, shows a provision for the removal of three chimneypieces from 4, Rutland Square, dated 1891. This indicates that, this may have provided an opportunity to move one to No. 86, Saint Stephen’s

Fig.1 The Bishop's Room chimneypiece, 86 St Stephen's Green 206


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is the Duke of Lauderdale's closet at Ham House near Richmond, which is by the Roman stuccadore, Baldassare Artima, who was resident in London and supplied that chimneypiece and a hearth in 1672 for the Duke of Lauderdale. This, along with the window cill, were of the Italian method. That is scagliola laid into a black scagliola skin, which was cut out to accommodate the coloured design.

Green. Another, with mid-19th. Century scagliola work, is in the Library of the new Palace and the third one is almost certainly the offered lot. There are other later examples in the Palace, circa 1890, by the firm of Sharp & Emery.

The Bishop’s Room chimneypiece and this one are stylistically identical. The inlaid frieze panels display exactly the same design and must have been executed by the same person. The Bishop’s room chimneypiece is inset with 18th Century Convento di Montessanto Sienna while this is of Spanish Brocatello marble. The only other differences are that the Bishop’s room chimneypiece shows parrots atop a loop instead of the nightingale (figs. 2 & 3) and it has a carved embellishment to the bed mould. Furthermore, the borders of the Bishop’s Room chimneypiece are inlaid with scagliola simulating verde antico, whereas the offered lot has genuine Spanish brocatello, indicating that this was inlaid in the 18th. Century.

The two chimneypieces were embellished for a man and a woman. In iconography, the parrot is a symbol of intelligence, judgement and eloquence and usually represented the male. The nightingale was a symbol of femininity and this, combined with the rose, may be derived from Persian designs from the Medieval period, which found their way to Europe in the 18th. Century, but were particularly in vogue in the middle of the 19th. Century. The palmettes and arabesques are of a robust Classical form.

There are no precursors for scagliola being laid into marble chimneypieces in Europe and so it is unique to these islands. The earliest use on a chimneypiece

Fig.2 Lot 1275 detail

This technique is far easier than cutting out white statuary matrixes and laying the colours in. Domenico Bartoli first came to London in 1760 and was employed at Burton Constable from 1763 until 1766. One chimneypiece there is inlaid with birds. John Augustus Richter, was working with a person by the name of Bossi in the Hofkirche in Dresden in 1764. It is possible that Richter brought this Bossi over to London and that he was the Peter Bossi, who eventually arrives in Dublin in 1784 and is listed in the almanacs until 1798. Bartoli’s own patent for scagliola (1770) specifically mentions his proficiency with birds and flowers. The entry gives very little clue as to how the scagliola was made up. In the accounts at Burton Constable, Domenico Bartoli refers only to stuff for the water for making up the stuff. It shows how very secretive stuccadores were, whether in plaster or in scagliola. What we do know is that scagliola employed a very fine crystalline form of gypsum (selenite) found in three areas of Italy, Emelia Romana in the North, the Appenines near Tuscany and Calabria in the South. This was fractured by heat, powdered and mixed with mineral and vegetable pigments and animal glue and another ingredient, which eludes the modern restorer – the other stuff!

Fig.3 Bishop's Room CP detail

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The scagliola chimneypiece from No. 86 and the offered lot show obvious Irish construction in the manner of the Darleys, a very large family of stone and marble cutters , who owned the Ardbracken limestone quarries in Co. Meath from which the ashlar-built house was made. Among other houses that they built in the mid-1750’s was Rutland Square East, then known as Cavendish Row, which is of red brick and, at four bays and four storeys over basement, one of the largest houses in the square. Rutland Square was very fashionable, even in the 19th. Century, as it is situated at the top of O’Connell (formerly Sackville) Street.

Both chimneypieces are 18th. Century and are constructed with white statuary and coloured marbles of almost identical architectural form, with tapering jamb panels of a type associated with many of the Darley drawings of chimneypieces held at the Royal Irish Academy, Dublin. They are of a scale that would fit the principal bedrooms on the second floor of the house, though embellished with scagliola in the 1850’s or 60’s. Writing in 1911, Herbert Cesinsky asserts that scagliola had been very fashionable in Ireland fifty years before, He writes that the art of scagliola ‘was known in Italy many years before the period of Adam’ and that this work was practised by Bossi in Dublin. The techniques were far from being a secret ‘to a marble mason of the old school as this “Bossi-work” was in fair demand between 1865 and 1875 and was made at that period as a usual thing, regardless of secret processes.’

This is born out by one Ireland’s most famous 19th. Century Architects, Sir Thomas Drew (1838-1910).

Writing in a 1908 article entitled, The Revival of the Art Craft of Bossi in Dublin in the 18th Century, he describes Bossi’s drawings of Italian Renaissance (as) admirable. Indeed scagliola was known in the 19th. Century as Florentine marble and he talks of seeing examples in Dublin forty years before.

The most likely dating for the scagliola in the offered lot is the mid-19th. Century, at a time when the term, Neoclassicism, had not yet been invented. Sir Thomas Drew collected 18th. Century chimneypieces himself and the article is more concerned with the later work of Henry Emery (1851- 1930) of Sharp & Emery and illustrates one of his more Adam-style examples.

The scagliolisto who executed the inlay on the offered lot may well have been familiar with Lord Belvedere’s chimneypieces at 6, Great Denmark Street. One of these, with a honeysuckle and arabesque frieze is probably by Johannes Richter. Another superb chimneypiece by Domenico Bartoli was, until the early 1900’s, at Rathfarnham Castle, Co. Dublin and may have provided inspiration as to the birds and trailing flower decoration.

The Archbishops of Dublin only occupied Rutland Square from 1878 until 1891. Before that it had been the town house of the Vandeleurs, a wealthy land owning family with estates in West Clare. They acquired it, in 1801, from the Earl of Wicklow after the Act of Union, when the Irish Houses of Parliament were abolished and political power transferred to Westminster. The townhouse was hardly required any more by the aristocracy and gentry. The Vandeleurs, however, were not absentee landlords and they lived at Kilrush House, Co. Clare. Colonel Crofton Moore Vandeleur (1808-1891) married Lady Grace GrahanHoler (d.1872), daughter of the 2nd. Earl of Norbury in 1838. They stayed frequently in their Dublin house and made two rooms on the first floor into a ballroom. A large and fashionable Soirée Dansante in Dublin is recorded in the Clare Journal for Monday, 20th. April 1856. Colonel Vandeleur was MP for County Clare and built much of the town of Kilrush there. He owned a schooner, The Lady Grace and a magnificent yacht, the Constance, in which they sailed the Mediterranean and further afield. They brought many things back from their travels, perhaps even craftsmen, though most of their treasures and many of their records were destroyed in a catastrophic fire at Kilrush House in 1897. They then lived at Cahircon House nearby. Their son, Hector, resided mostly in London and took little interest in his estate.

The offered lot and that in the Bishop’s Room at no. 86, Saint Stephen’s Green are to be included in Patrick Pilkington’s forthcoming book: The Chimneypiece in Ireland.

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Duke’s AUCTIONEERS SINCE 1823

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

JEWELLERY The contents of any gemmological certificates accompanying lots in this sale are not guaranteed by Duke’s Auctioneers and we cannot be held responsible for any disagreement over the contents of the certificates after the sale, or for a retrospective change in opinion by the certificate issuer. All weights and measurements provided are approximate only. Prospective purchasers should assume that all coloured stones sold by Duke’s Auctioneers have been treated unless otherwise stated to the contrary in the catalogue description. Stones are commonly treated to enhance their colour and clarity. Sapphires and rubies are commonly heat treated and emeralds commonly oiled. Jade/jadeite is often bleached, polymer/resin filled or dyed. Please contact Duke’s for more clarification on treatment in individual lots. Items containing rubies or jade/jadeite of Burmese origin are not permitted for import by the USA.


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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.

12 AGENCY The auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by sellers or buyers.

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. (3) The Auctioneer may require a deposit of 5% of the hammer price immediately. If the buyer is unable to meet this requirement to the Auctioneer’s satisfaction they reserve the right to cancel the sale immediately. 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.

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. 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 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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Duke’s Thursday, 5th and Friday, 6th December. Silver and Jewellery.

Silver and Jewellery

Thursday, 5th and Friday, 6th December 2013

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Duke's 5th & 6th December 2013  

Duke's final sale of 2013 features Silver, Jewellery, Coins, Watches, Objets d'Art and Furniture