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Spring Antiques & Fine Art Auction Wednesday 22nd, Thursday 23rd & Friday 24th March 2017 £5


Chris Ewbank, FRICS ASFAV Senior partner

Andrew Ewbank, BA, ASFAV Partner

Andrea Machen, Cert GA Jewellery Specialist

Emma Reeves, FGA, DGA Gemmologist

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Alastair McCrea, MA Partner

Andrew Delve, MA, ASFAV Partner

Tim Duggan, ASFAV Partner

John Snape, BA, ASFAV Partner

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Front Cover: Lots 181 & 47 Inside Front Cover: Lots 3252 & 1198 Back Cover: Lot 3251


Spring Antiques & Fine Art Auction

Surrey & Hampshire’s Premier Auctioneers & Valuers

Spring Antiques & Fine Art Auction Jewellery, Costume Jewellery, Watches, Coins, Silver Plate, Silver, Automobiles, Objects and Works of Art, Ceramics & Glass, Collectables, Fine Art and Prints, The Anthony Cumings Collection, Clocks, Persian Rugs & Antique Furniture

SALE: Wednesday 22nd, Thursday 23rd & Friday 24th March 2017 at 10am VIEWING: Saturday 18th March 10am - 2pm Monday 20th March 9am - 5pm Tuesday 21st March 9am - 7pm Mornings of sale For the fully illustrated catalogue, to leave commission bids, and to register for Ewbank’s Live Internet Bidding please visit our website: www.ewbankauctions.co.uk The Burnt Common Auction Rooms London Road, Send, Surrey GU23 7LN

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INFORMATION FOR BUYERS AT AUCTIONS

ORDER OF SALE Wednesday 22nd March 2017 at 10.00am

Jewellery Costume Jewellery Watches Coins Silver Plate Silver

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Thursday 23rd March 2017 at 10.00am Lot

Automobiles Objects & Works of Art Ceramics & Glass Collectables Fine Art & Prints

1000 1006 1033 1086 1125

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Friday 24th March 2017 at 10.00am Lot

The Anthony Cumings Collection Objects & Works of Art 3000 Ceramics & Glass 3030 Silver Plate 3135 Silver 3149 Jewellery 3249 Collectables, including Royal Memorabilia 3265 Fine Paintings & Prints 3335 Clocks & Furniture 3401 Clocks 4000 Persian Rugs 4048 Antique Furniture 4064

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EXPLANATION OF PICTURE CATALOGUING TERMS Any statement as to authorship, attribution, origin, date, age, provenance and condition is a statement of opinion and is not to be taken as a statement of representation of fact. The Auctioneers reserve the right, in forming their opinion, to consult and rely upon any expert or authority considered by them to be reliable. The forename(s) and surname of the artist: In our opinion a work by the artist. The initials of the forename(s) and the surname of the artist: In our opinion a work of the period of the artist which may be wholly, or in part his work. The surname only of the artist: In our opinion a work of the school or by one of the followers of the artist or in his style and of uncertain date. ‘English School’, ‘Italian School’ etc: In our opinion a work executed at a later date that the style may suggest. ‘Signed’: Has a signature which in our opinion is a recognised signature. ‘Dated’: Is so dated and in our opinion was executed at that date. The term ‘bears’ a signature and/or date and/or an inscription: Means that in our opinion the artist’s name and/or date and/or inscription have been added by another hand. Measurements: Height precedes width.

Artists Resale Right: Buyers of lots executed by qualifying artists are subject to ARR payments which will be added to the purchaser's invoice. Where possible such lots are marked in the catalogue with a §. The charge will be applied only where the hammer price exceeds 1,000 Euros and will be a maximum of 4%, for full details visit www.dacs.co.uk or phone +44 (0) 0845 410 3410

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Wednesday 22nd March, 10.00am Jewellery Costume Jewellery Watches Coins Silver Plate Silver

Lot 95


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5 5 Edwardian five stone diamond ring set in platinum and 18ct gold £100-150 See Illustration

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6 Victorian gold Etruscan style sapphire and diamond brooch, 18ct, Birmingham 1892, length 4.8cm £200-300

1 Antique peridot and pearl bug bar brooch tested as 15ct gold and an Edwardian pearl and peridot drop pendant in yellow gold. £150-250 See Illustration 2 Antique carved banded agate ring, the agate in a flower form to the centre with a gold rope surround. Mounted in 18ct yellow gold. Circa 1880 £150-250 3 Victorian diamond set ring in carved mount, 18ct gold boxed, a gold wedding band 22ct, and a seed pearl set pendant on chain £300-500

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12 12 Amethyst set line bracelet in white gold, 9ct, 17.5cm £120-140 See Illustration 13 White gold torque with diamond set pendant, 18ct in presentation box £150-250 14 Emerald and diamond set pendant on fine chain, marked 9ct £120-160

7 7 White and yellow gold curved band ring pave set with diamonds, estimated diamond weight 1.00 carat £300-500 See Illustration

15 Amethyst set pendant and ring, 9ct gold and a pair of silver millennium cufflinks, boxed £120-180 16 Three gold chains, 9ct and a silver cigarette case £70-100

8 Antique diamond ring set with three rose cut diamonds, central stone 6 x 4.4mm, French marks partially rubbed £250-350

17 Two pairs of oval disc cufflinks and a tie clip, all marked 9ct and an Edwardian pearl set tie pin, unmarked £150-250

9 An Edwardian 9ct gold chain and ball pendant and an 18ct gold box chain. £150-250

18 Three rose colour 9ct gold bangles, gross weight 10 grams £100-150

10 Round brilliant cut diamond ring, weighing approximately 0.68 carat with diamond set shoulders estimated at approximately 0.40 carats mounted in 18ct white gold. £800-1200

19 A 1940’s diamond and synthetic ruby ring, mounted in unmarked yellow metal. £200-400

4 Sapphire and diamond ring, the central oval deep blue sapphire of 2.00 carats, diamond weight estimated at 1.00 carat, in 18ct gold mount. £700-1000 See Illustration 20 11 11 Contemporary ring set with single cultured pearl and two curved lines of sapphire in white gold £150-250 See Illustration

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20 Asprey a pair of gold sunflower earrings, in 18ct yellow gold. Diameter 1.3cm. Boxed. £150-250 See Illustration


21 Vintage gold and diamond bow brooch in 14ct, an enamel gold fish brooch and two dress rings, ring sizes - M and O £100-200

28 Gold princess ring set with sapphire and blue zircon and two gold dress rings set with green paste stones, all 9ct gold Provenance: Collection of actresses Jane and Abigail Mckern £100-150

24 24 Diamond line bracelet, set with 63 round brilliant cut diamonds in a four claw setting. Estimated total diamond weight 2.50cts. Mounted in white metal tested as 18ct. Length 18cm £700-1000 See Illustration 29 29 Late Victorian diamond brooch /pendant, set with old cut diamonds mounted in silver and gold. With detachable brooch fitting. Length 4.6cm, estimated diamond weight 5.50 carats £4000-5000 See Illustration

22 22 Aquamarine sapphire and diamond set pendant necklace, with twenty five faceted aquamarine stones on sapphire and diamond set chain, 18ct gold, 68cm length £800-1200 See Illustration

25 25 A pair of Art Deco aquamarine and diamond clip on earrings. Set with baguette, round brilliant cut diamonds. Estimated diamond weight 2.50cts diamonds and aquamarine weight 2.00cts Length 2.2cm £1500-1800 See Illustration

30 Early 20th C gold bangle with engraved decoration set with pearls and cabochon cut sapphires, marked 585 for 14ct gold, internal measurement 6.5cm £200-300 31 Gold signet ring with intaglio cut blood stone, depicting a rearing horse, 18ct gold mount, ring size - O and a gold bar link chain, 9ct £150-250

26 Two colour gold suite, including a necklace, bracelet and matching earrings in 18ct gold. £1000-1500

23 23 Vintage citrine and gold necklace with five gold graduating leaves each set with a pear shape citrine and seven round faceted stones, the centre piece can be removed and worn as a brooch. Tested as 14ct gold. £2000-3000 See Illustration

27 27 Modern diamond cluster ring, set with seven round brilliant cut diamonds to the centre in a claw setting with a surround of pave set diamonds mounted in white metal tested as 18ct. Estimated total diamond weight 1.20 carats £1500-2000 See Illustration

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32 32 Cornflower blue sapphire and diamond three stone ring, oval cut sapphire to centre weighing 3.77 carats in a four claw setting flanked by a pear shape diamond to each side. Mounted in 18ct white gold. Accompanied by an IGI coloured stone report stating that the sapphire is natural and untreated. ÂŁ4500-6500 See Illustration

33 19th C emerald and diamond girandole pendant/ brooch, in the form of trailing vines in two colour gold set with nine emeralds, largest estimated at 0.75 carat and rose cut diamonds, probably Spanish or Portuguese, marks on pin unclear ÂŁ700-1000 See Illustration

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34 Gold heart shaped pendant set with a sapphire, pair of 9ct gold horseshoe shaped ear rings, pair of 18ct gold ear studs, 9ct gold ring set with a sapphire and two diamonds, and a yellow metal and enamel ring. £80-120

42 An unusual gem set fringe necklace set with green chrome diopside stones collet set, joined by chain links, in 14ct yellow gold, 40cm length £500-800 See Illustration 43 White gold and sapphire set necklace, the oval faceted stones in collet setting, 14ct gold 39cm £500-800

35 Ruby and diamond set pendant, the oval cut ruby of approximately 1.30 carats within cluster of small diamonds, on fine chain, 9ct £200-300 39 39 Early 20th C Opal and diamond ring, with central oval opal of approximately 1.80 carats, within a surround of brilliant cut diamonds, total diamond weight 0.40 carat set in 18ct white and yellow gold. £200-400 See Illustration

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40 Modernist design 9ct gold bracelet, oval open links with a textured gold finish. £700-900

36 Edwardian gold diamond set ring, old cut stone of 0.60 carat in carved mount, 18ct gold, London 1918, in antique box H Way Goldsmiths, Thames street, Windsor. Ring size - T £200-300 See Illustration

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41 41 White gold ring set with cabochon jade within a border of baguette and brilliant cut diamonds, 18ct white gold £200-300 See Illustration 37 37 A moonstone pearl and diamond necklace with three flowerheads and pear form drop, set in gold and silver £250-350 See Illustration

44 Victorian diamond and pearl brooch, of openwork scrolling design, with a flower cluster to the centre 6.8mm pearl surrounded by old cut diamonds, then set throughout with old-cut and rose cut diamonds, diamond set bale, and with detachable brooch fitting, contained in fitted case, pendant length 6.5cm (exc pendant loop). Circa 1880, estimated total diamond weight 6.50 carats £4000-6000 See Illustration 45 Four row diamond ring, set with baguette cut diamonds in a channel setting mounted in 14ct yellow gold. £100-200

38 Group of gold jewellery, Edwardian gold brooch set with peridot, 9ct, three stone illusion set diamond ring 18ct, two gold lockets and a synthetic ruby ring in 9ct gold £100-150

46 A pair of diamond zig-zag twist earrings, set with baguette cut diamonds in a channel setting, tested as 18ct yellow gold. Length 2.4cm 1.3 wide £200-300

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47 A diamond, emerald and gold flower brooch, Circa 1960, modelled as a rose, articulated woven mesh petals, set with emerald and diamonds to the centre and the stem highlighted with a round brilliant cut diamond, French marks and rubbed maker’s mark. 18ct gold, 7.5cm £1500-2000

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48 Sapphire and diamond cluster ring, set with a cabochon cut sapphire with two rows of round brilliant cut diamonds mounted in 18ct gold. Ring size - L £500-800

57 Victorian gold locket and chain, the locket containing fabric flowers. £200-300

49 Diamond and gold bee brooch set with single and brilliant cut diamonds mounted in silver and gold. Length 2.7cm £1200-1500

58 Gold ring inset with intaglio cut cornelian, 9ct, ring size - T another with turquoise scarab, ring size - O 1/2 and a fob locket with portrait carved in relief, unmarked j £80-120

50 Gold wedding band, 22ct and a small unmounted diamond. Ring size - P 1/2 £100-150

59 Edwardian style daisy ring in white gold millegrain setting, on yellow gold band, 18ct £500-800 53 53 Victorian gold and coral necklace, with sections of three angel skin colour coral beads and fancy link chain. With a later 18ct gold bolt ring clasp. Tested as 18ct gold. Length 44cm £300-500 See Illustration 54 A pair of ruby, sapphire and diamond flower hoop earrings, with trembling flower heads, mounted in 14ct gold with clip on fittings. Length 2.6cm £300-500 60

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60 Tiffany & Co gold knot brooch, signed, and marked 750 for 18ct gold, 3cm £200-300 See Illustration

51 A pair of garnet drop earrings, closed back setting mounted in yellow metal tested as 18ct. length 5cm £500-600 See Illustration

61 Four gem set rings including a 18ct gold sapphire and diamond band ring, emerald and diamond eternity ring in 9ct, garnet ring and a silver citrine ring £100-150

55 55 Gold pendant set with jade, and diamonds and a matching pair of cluster stud earrings, set in 18ct gold £250-350 See Illustration

63 Three gold bracelets, one gate link another curb link, and a gold block bracelet, two chains and two rings, 9ct £350-450 64 Gold flat link bracelet, an enamelled pendant and a pair of filigree earrings, all marked 750 for 18ct gold £300-500

52 52 Gold flower head ring set with rubies, on a double gold band, 18ct Provenance: Collection of actresses Jane and Abigail Mckern £150-250 See Illustration 56 56 A pair of diamond cluster earrings, each set with seven round brilliant cut diamonds in a claw setting. Mounted in 18ct gold. Estimated total diamond weight 1.80 carats £400-600 See Illustration

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62 Group of gem set rings, sapphire and diamond, opal cluster, single garnet, two with synthetic stones, all 9ct gold (7) £150-250

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65 Victorian gold ring with diamond and seed pearl 15ct gold, a 9ct gold bangle with chased decoration, two gold brooches and pearl drop earrings. £150-250


80 Diamond set heart pendant charm, set with old cut diamonds in silver and gold. 1.8 x 1.6cm £1000-2000 81 A pair of blue agate, double end cufflinks mounted in 14ct gold. £250-300

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66 66 19th C amethyst set cross pendant in foiled closed back setting, unmarked yellow metal, 8cm x 5cm £300-500 See Illustration 67 Two Victorian gypsy rings, one sapphire and diamond one single diamond, both 18ct gold, and a wedding band 22ct £200-300 68 Edwardian garnet and seed pearl brooch pendant mounted in 9 carat gold £100-150 69 A pair of coral and seed pearl drop earrings on gold mount, and a gold framed portrait cameo brooch £120-160 70 Diamond set flower cluster ring, set with seven round brilliant cut diamonds in rub over setting in white and yellow gold mount, 18ct. Estimated total diamond weight 2.10 carats. Ring size - P £600-800

74 Contemporary Carrrera Y Carrera Heart in hand pendant and ring, in bright and frosted gold set with diamonds, 18ct Provenance: Collection of actresses Jane and Abigail Mckern £500-800 See Illustration 75 Long guard chain, in yellow metal tested as 22ct. Length 196cm £1800-2200 76 Victorian gold chain with Elizabeth II sovereign coin 1966, chain 9ct, each link stamped £500-800

82 Sapphire in floral setting and cultured pearl drop earrings in 18ct gold, hallmarked £300-500 83 A pair of gold drop earrings with faceted oval cut citrines, 14ct £150-250 84 Two 9ct gold bangles, both two colour white and yellow gold hinged bangles. 9.8 grams £100-150 85 French platinum diamond and pearl pendant, in the form of a bunch of grapes set with multi coloured pearls. £200-300

77 Gold gentleman’s ring set with diamond, ring size - T and a gold signet ring, ring size - S, both 9ct £100-150

86 19th C brooch gold and pearl brooch set with four baroque pearls, possibly natural with filigree gold leaves and old cut diamonds set throughout. Length 6.5cm Tested as 18ct gold. £400-600

78 Gentleman’s dress set comprising a pair of cufflinks, four buttons and two studs in 18ct gold and platinum with diamonds set to the centre, mother of pearl surround and platinum border. In fitted case. £300-500

87 1920’s five stone opal and diamond carved ring, five graduating cabochon cut opals with rose cut diamonds set in between, mounted in 18ct yellow gold, ring size - M. Hallmarked Birmingham 1924 £200-300 88 Gold flat link bracelet, to a concealed clasp with safety chain, 9ct Provenance: Collection of actresses Jane and Abigail Mckern £400-600

71 Watermelon parti-coloured tourmaline set ring, step cut stone of pink and green, in 18ct gold setting, ring size - N £650-750 72 A pair of pearl set gold earrings, 18ct and a cultured pearl necklace, clasp unmarked £100-150 73 Gold band ring inset with sapphire and two diamonds and a pearl set ring, 9ct gold £100-150

79 79 An Art Deco style emerald and diamond dress ring, set with a fancy colour diamond to the centre with a surround of calibre cut emeralds and diamond set to each shoulders mounted in white metal tested as 18ct, fancy diamond weight estimated 0.75 carat £2500-3500 See Illustration

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89 89 A pair of Art Deco Sapphire and diamond clips, set with calibre cut sapphire, oval; cut sapphires and encrusted with old and single cut diamonds, Circa 1930’s. no clip fitting they have been converted to be used as sections of a necklace. £4000-6000 See Illustration

92 90 1940’s rose and yellow gold open link bracelet marked 750, tested as 18ct, length 18cm £700-1000 91 Diamond and sapphire ring, set with central sapphire of 0.85 carats, and two diamonds, total diamond weight 0.50 carat, set platinum, 1920’s-1930’s £300-500

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92 Russian gold cigarette case with marks for Alexander Tillander, and Karl Gan, written in Cyrillic, engraved with sunburst design and set with cabochon sapphire thumbpiece Russian purity marks for 14ct gold, overlaid with armorial crest for the Folsach family of Denmark, later engraved in interior date 25-05-66, relating to the vendors date of marriage. 9.3 x 6 x 1.6cm £1500-2500 See Illustration

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93 Pearl choker necklace with eleven strands of freshwater pearls, and two gold bars set with seed pearls and a gold clasp. Length 40cm £300-500 94 Three fine gold chains, one with bow pendant and ten safety chains, gold silver and gilt metal Provenance: Collection of actresses Jane and Abigail Mckern £70-100


95 95 Cartier 18ct gold cigarette case, with fluted sunburst decoration, each push button set with cabochon cut rubies. Hallmarked 1953 and Makers mark JC, Cartier London. Boxed. £4000-6000 See Illustration 96 Early 20th century five stone diamond ring, set with old cut diamonds in a carved gold setting tested as 18ct estimated total diamond weight 1.00 carat, ring size - N £400-600 97 Contemporary moonstone set gold ring, in 9ct yellow gold, ring size O £150-250 See Illustration

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98 Moonstone set grape form earrings, with oval cabochon cut stones in 14ct yellow gold £150-250 99 An Edwardian amethyst and gold hinged bangle set with three oval cut amethyst mounted in 9ct gold. £150-250 See Illustration

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100 100 Antique blue enamel and pearl gold link bracelet, set with eight blue guilloche enamel oval sections and a 6.5mm pearl to the centre. Mounted in 18ct gold. length 17.4cm £1800-2200 See Illustration

103 103 Large diamond ring, set with a round brilliant cut diamond weighing approximately 4.60cts with a surround of marquise and pear shape diamonds mounted in white metal, tested as platinum. Total diamond surround estimated weight 2.80cts, ring size - N £30000-40000 See Illustration

101 101 Single stone diamond ring, round brilliant cut diamond weighing approximately 0.80 carats within a white gold rub-over setting mounted in 18ct gold. £400-600 See Illustration

104 Early 20th C Diamond line ring, set with old cut stones, marked 18ct, total diamond weight estimated at 0.50 carat £200-300 105 Gold wedding band 22ct, and single stone diamond ring 18ct and platinum £100-150 106 Christian Bauer 18ct rose gold and platinum wedding band in blue presentation box £150-250 107 Multi gem set chandelier earrings, with garnet, tourmaline, citrine amethyst and peridot, in 18ct gold £250-350 108 Ruby and diamond ring, old cut diamond to the centre weighing 0.10 carats within a surround of calibre cut rubies, set in 18ct gold. £300-400

110 110 Boodles ruby and diamond seven stone ring, with three round brilliant diamonds and four round rubies. Mounted in 18ct yellow gold. Signed Boodles. £400-600 See Illustration 111 Victorian jet locket and a pair of emerald and gold drop earrings in 9ct gold. £100-150

109 Sapphire and diamond tassel brooch, in a fan style motif suspending a series of tassels. Egyptian 18ct Circa 1940’s £300-500 102 102 Mid 20th C gold and diamond set necklace, 75.8 gram, 18ct £1000-1500 See Illustration

112 112 Princess cut diamond ring, the principle stone of 3.50 carats, with tapering, baguette, diamond set shoulders, in an 18ct white gold mount. Ring size - M £8000-12000 See Illustration

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113 Gold pendant pave set with diamonds, estimated total diamond weight, 0.25 carat, on gold flat link chain, 9ct £100-150 114 J W Benson 9ct gold lady’s wrist watch, 9ct gold gentleman’s wedding band, and silver plated cutlery, etc. £80-120 115 Two gold pendants, a quarter Krugerrand 1985 in a gold pendant mount on a box link 18ct gold chain and a Bank of Switzerland tag, 999.9, 5 grams, on a 9ct gold chain £300-500 116 High carat gold, two bangles and a brooch with chased decoration, tested as 22ct. £500-800

122 122 Victorian gold hinged bangle set with peridot and seed pearl, 9ct Provenance: Collection of actresses Jane and Abigail Mckern £100-150 See Illustration

117 Two diamond stud earrings in rub over setting, total diamond weight estimated at 0.50 carat, in 18ct gold, not an exact pair, a pair of white gold and pearl earrings and a pearl pendant. £200-300

127 127 Large aquamarine and diamond Art Deco style dress ring, in millegrain setting, oval cut stone to the centre within a border of round brilliant cut diamonds and two baguette cut diamonds mounted in 18ct white gold. £4000-5000 See Illustration 128 Carved coral brooch in the form of a Bacchus mask, with fruiting vine and rose border, in gold frame, French marks, 4cm £100-150

118 Black onyx and diamond earring and pendant set in 9ct gold. £100-150

123 123 Green tourmaline set ring the scissor cut stone of 6.2 carats set in 18ct hallmarked gold, ring size - P.1/2 £650-750 See Illustration

119 119 Georgian blue enamel and paste cluster brooch, closed back setting, unmarked, testing as 15ct gold £80-120 See Illustration 120 Diamond and gold plaque brooch, set with a diamond set star of old cut stones to the centre. £100-200 121 Edwardian sapphire diamond and pearl set bar brooch in 15ct white gold, boxed by Vickery Regent street, and a graduated cultured pearl necklace, 46cm, gold signet ring, ring size - H and wedding band, ring size - P £180-220

124 Pair of antique diamond set earrings, rose cut diamonds in floral mounts, foiled back setting, total diamond weight estimated at 0.95 carat £500-800 125 Victorian style amethyst and seed pearl ring in carved mount, 9ct, ring size - O.5 £120-160

129 129 Persian gold medallion, fine gold in gold mount tested as 9ct with gilt metal chain £400-600 See Illustration 130 Victorian barrel form pendant, two colour gold raised leaf decoration and set with small gems, modern sapphire, ruby, and multi gem pendants, and two gem set rings £150-250 131 Gold plated orchid brooch, 4cm

126 126 Emerald and diamond ring, set with a pear shape emerald of good colour, weighing 3.12 carats with a pave set diamond surround and shoulders mounted in 18ct white gold. estimated total diamond weight 0.45 carats £4000-5000 See Illustration

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£30-50

132 Turquoise and seed pearl dome pendant on curb chain and a pair of turquoise set earrings, unmarked yellow metal £100-150 133 Gold Albert chain, fancy link with T bar and clasp, 9ct, length 78cm and a fob set with carnelian and bloodstone £200-300

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137 137 Victorian seed pearl and opaline glass brooch, an intaglio cut signet ring, an opal set ring, red stone swivel fob, all gold or yellow metal and a silver set agate brooch £150-250 See Illustration

142 Five pairs of stud earrings, small diamond, coral, opal, openwork drop earrings and hoops, stamped 9ct and 750 for 18ct and two gold rings set with sapphire and cubic zirconia £200-300 143 Six fine gold chains, and an Accurist gold watch on bracelet strap, all 9ct £120-160

134 134 Set of coral and gold shirt studs, in leather presentation box, given to the winner of the Mersey & Irwell Regatta in 1875 £70-100 See Illustration 144

138 138 Pink tourmaline and diamond ring, the central vibrant pink stone of 4.60 carats, within a border of baguette and brilliant cut diamonds, set in platinum £1000-1500 See Illustration

144 Contemporary sapphire and diamond ring, with central oval sapphire, estimated at 1.00 carat and two diamonds, total weight 0.50 carat, set in 18ct yellow gold £500-800 See Illustration

135 135 Moonstone set gold necklace, with around 250 oval cabochon cut stones, set in 18ct gold, length 42cm £800-1200 See Illustration

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139 139 19th C memorial pendant brooch with locket centre, both sides containing an arrangement of hair with seed pearl and gilt thread, in yellow metal tested as 15ct, another gold plated locket, garnet brooch and earrings in silver gilt setting and other items £100-150 See Illustration

136 136 Cornflower blue Ceylon sapphire and diamond set ring, the oval cut stone bordered by four diamonds, unmarked tested as 18ct gold, ring size L 1/2 £400-600 See Illustration

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140 A pair of bug earrings each set with a ruby and emerald body, and diamond set wings mounted in 14ct yellow gold. Length 2cm £150-250 141 Synthetic ruby and diamond ring in 18ct gold, diamond weight 0.25cts and a five stone channel set diamond band ring in 18ct white and yellow gold £200-300

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145 Platinum and diamond ring with central brilliant cut oval stone in a rub over setting, within a border of 12 diamonds, total diamond weight estimated at 1.50 carats £800-1200 See Illustration 146 Garnet ring with central cabochon stone within a border of faceted stones and a channel set ruby and diamond half eternity ring, both 9ct £150-250


153 Victorian gold bracelet, the heart form clasp set with turquoise, a swallow stick pin with seed pearl, gold charms and a locket back brooch Provenance: Collection of actresses Jane and Abigail Mckern £150-250

159 Antique platinum and seed pearl chain necklace and a Edwardian button pearl and gold stick pin with metal slider £200-300

154 Gold band ring with diamond set channels by Charles Green & Co, 18ct gold Provenance: Collection of actresses Jane and Abigail Mckern £150-250 147 147 Morganite and diamond dress ring, a pear shape morganite weighing 2.15cts with a pave set diamond surround. Mounted in 18ct rose gold. £1200-1500 See Illustration 148 Four stone diamond ring, set with old cut diamonds in a rub-over setting mounted in 18ct yellow gold, estimated total diamond weight 0.60 carats, ring size - L.5 £100-200

155 A pair of antique diamond set drop earrings, set with old mine cut diamonds mounted in silver and gold. Estimated total diamond weight 2.00cts Danish C 1880 Length 3.7cm £700-1000 156 Victorian diamond brooch, set with rose cut diamonds and blue paste to the centre, silver and gold mounted. £150-250

160 160 Pink tourmaline and diamond ring the oval faceted stone of 3.10 carats, 18ct £500-800 See Illustration 161 Group of gold jewellery including heart form and oval lockets, shield and heart form signet rings, a cameo ring, another with single emerald and a belcher chain, all 9ct £200-300 162 Four wedding bands and two signet rings, all 9ct £150-250 163 Gold wedding ring, 22ct

157 149 149 Sapphire and diamond cluster ring, oval cut sapphire to the centre with a surround of diamond mounted in 18ct yellow gold, ring size - I £150-250 See Illustration 150 Large fancy cut quartz ring, an oval cut quartz ring, both 9cts, and a Vendome ring with smoky quartz Provenance: Collection of actresses Jane and Abigail Mckern £80-120

157 Jade and diamond set bracelet the green jade discs of good colour each carved with a symbol, linked by abstract designs in white gold and set with baguette and round diamonds in 18ct gold Provenance: a gift to the vendor by an important Jade collector in 1969 £1000-1500 See Illustration

164 Five gem set pendants, garnet cluster two opal and a star pendant with opal and ruby, and small sapphire on chain, gold or yellow metal £80-120 165 Collection of gold and pearl earrings, including a pair of pearl half hoop earrings in 14ct gold, 9ct gold hoops, two pairs of pearl studs in 9ct gold and one other pair. £100-200 166 Aquamarine and purplish red garnet drop earrings, in 14ct gold £200-300 167 Gem set necklace with oval and round collet set stones, peridot, garnet, citrine, and topaz, 52cm, in 14ct gold £300-500

151 Sapphire set necklace, with collet set oval stones, joined by double bar links, 41 sapphires, length 50cm, mounted in 14ct gold £350-450 152 Early 20th C jade handled magnifying glass with Chinese bat motif, 14cm, boxed £50-80

£100-150

158 158 An Edwardian single stone diamond ring, old mine cushion cut diamond estimated weight 2.30 carats, in an eight claw setting mounted in platinum. £3000-5000 See Illustration

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174 Six gold rings including gentleman’s diamond set ring, another with onyx two signet rings a band ring and a ring mount £150-250

175 175 Gold bracelet of ribbed curb links with hangers, 1901 Victoria gold sovereign, two others set with gems and another with foiled glass, stamped on clasp 18ct £600-800 See Illustration

168 168 Antique gold collar necklace, flat link in 15ct gold. Circa 1880. Length 42cm

£3500-4500 See Illustration

170 Pair of Victorian gold and diamond earrings, each oval gold stud set with a rose cut diamond to the centre with a star motif. length 2.3 x 1.8cm £100-200

176 176 Five stone diamond ring, set with graduating old cut diamonds in a rub-over setting mounted in white metal tested as platinum estimated total diamond weight 2.00 carats £600-800 See Illustration

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169 169 Ruby diamond and gold tassel brooch, set with round brilliant cut diamonds in a loop with gold wire work to the centre and suspending gold links each with an oval cut ruby to the bottom. Mounted in 18ct yellow gold. £2500-3500 See Illustration

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171 Fire opal and diamond, the central stone of 1.65 carat, within a band of brilliant cut diamonds, diamond weight estimated at 0.50 carat, in 18ct white and yellow gold, hallmarked London 1987. Ring size - L £400-600 See Illustration 172 Gold bow brooch set with small sapphires, 7.7 grams 15ct £100-150 173 Gold charm bracelet with fourteen charms, including plique-a jour enamel clover, Noah’s ark and Spanish guitar on chair £400-600 Buyers premium, at 27% inclusive of VAT, is payable on every lot in this sale. For late collection, storage and credit card charges see page 2

177 177 Two stone diamond ring, round brilliant cut diamond weighing approximately 1.35 carat and 1.28 carat in a claw setting mounted in 18ct white gold. £5000-7000 See Illustration


178 178 Cameo set plaque ring the corners set with rose cut diamonds, in unmarked gold. Ring size - M £80-120 See Illustration

181 181 Kutchinsky London, a fine vintage humming bird brooch, set with diamonds, carved mother of pearl body, an emerald set eye and coral wings, estimated total diamond weight 4.10 carat, set in 18ct gold, signed and with makers monogram, London 1970, 7.5 x 7.3cm £3000-5000 See Illustration 179 179 Tanzanite and diamond cluster ring, oval shape tanzanite weighing 2.90 carats within a border of round brilliant cut diamonds and diamond set shoulders mounted in 18ct white gold, total diamond weight estimated 0.85 carats £3000-4000 See Illustration

182 Contemporary white gold ring set with heart form blue topaz, in heavy D section mount, 18ct £200-300

180 Diamond set cocktail watch on bracelet strap, each link set with four brilliant cut diamonds, set in unmarked white metal, a silver paste set flower brooch, and costume strawberry brooch £300-500

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183 183 Gold brooch with very large step cut amethyst, amethyst 34 x 25 x 22mm, 123.00 carat, and three half pearls, in pierced handmade setting, unmarked testing as 14ct gold £300-500 See Illustration

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184 Gold pendant with brooch attachment and similar ring, with large amethysts of very good colour, in pierced handmade mount, testing as 14ct gold £400-600 See Illustration

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188 Multi gem set bracelet set with topaz garnet, peridot, amethyst and citrine, 9ct gold £120-160 189 Contemporary diamond ring, pave set with princess cut diamonds, estimated total diamond weight 0.66 carat, in 18ct white gold £300-500

185 185 Large amethyst set ring, with faceted oval cut stone of 12.30 carats in unmarked yellow metal, testing as 14ct £200-300 See Illustration

194 190 190 Modern diamond set ring, trilliant cut diamond, bordered by baguette and brilliant cuts and diamond set shoulders, total diamond weight, 0.75 carats, set in platinum £600-800 See Illustration 191 Diamond set cluster ring, in 18ct yellow gold mount, estimated diamond weight, 0.50 carat £150-250

186 186 Italian gold band dress ring with five open rows mounted in 18ct gold, ring size - M. £140-180 See Illustration

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187 187 Pearl and diamond set floral spray brooch with four baroque pearl ‘fruits’ each inset with a diamond, leaves with a line of rose cut diamonds, two colour gold, pin and barrel clasp, 6cm unmarked, in Dibdin & Co Sloane Street box accompanied by a laboratory report, stating two pearls as natural saltwater pearls, two untested £300-500 See Illustration

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192 Vintage opal and diamond gold ring, set with a cabochon cut opal within a textured gold surround set with six diamonds mounted in 14ct gold. Opal weighing approximately 4 carats, and an opal set pendant £300-500 See Illustration 193 Two platinum wedding rings, width 3mm and 4mm, gross weight 8.2 grams £180-220

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194 Edwardian style peridot and pearl set pendant brooch, 9ct gold, 5cm £100-150 See Illustration 195 Gem set drop earrings with collet set stones, garnet, moonstone, amethyst peridot and citrine in 14ct, gold £250-350 196 Antique gold and pearl crown brooch, with single cut diamonds set to the front. Mounted in yellow gold. £300-400 197 An enamel decorated pendant with diamond set butterfly, unmarked, three Victorian heart lockets, two gold chains and a single diamond pendant on chain Provenance: Collection of actresses Jane and Abigail Mckern £150-250

198 198 A pair of Victorian diamond set tortoiseshell hair combs. £3000-4000 See Illustration


210 Nine white gold chains. including a curb, figaro and belcher links chains. 9ct, gross weight 15 grams Retired Jewellers stock, all new items £160-180 211 Large collection of white and yellow gold wedding rings, plain and various patterns Retired Jewellers stock, all new items £2500-3500 199 199 A pair of antique style diamond drop earrings, set with round brilliant cut diamonds in open work setting mounted in silver and gold. Length 5cm £3000-5000 See Illustration

205 205 Vintage amethyst and diamond gold brooch, oval cut amethyst weighing approximately 28.50 carats. Mounted in 18ct gold. £500-800 See Illustration 206 Multi gem set drop earrings with a cluster of stones, orange garnet, peridot amethyst, tourmaline and citrine in 14ct gold, 4cm £150-250

201 Georgian mourning ring, the centre section containing hair within a jet border. Mounted in gold. Inscription to the back dated 1814. £150-250

207 207 Victorian gold and diamond ring, set with an old cut diamond of 0.30 carats in an openwork setting. Chester hallmark 18ct gold, 1896 £200-300 See Illustration

202 A pair of 18ct gold cufflinks, textured gold to the centre within a border of white gold. £100-200 203 Sapphire and diamond ring with step cut sapphires and brilliant cut diamonds in 18ct gold £100-150 204 Four gold rings, two illusion set diamond rings 18ct and platinum, a garnet set ring 9ct and another with paste unmarked £120-160

213 Collection of 18ct gold wedding rings, plain, textured and patterned finishes, white and yellow gold bands. Gross weight 43.6 grams Retired Jewellers stock, all new items £1000-1200 214 Collection of 9ct gold bracelets, including curb links, Identity, and fancy link bracelets, and two with heart clasps, gross weight 82 grams Retired Jewellers stock, all new items £900-1100 215 Collection of 9ct pendant including crosses, pendants and St Christopher medals Retired Jewellers stock, all new items £600-800

200 200 Single stone diamond ring, round brilliant cut diamond weighing an estimated 3.01 carat in a six claw white gold setting to a tapered 18ct yellow gold band. Diamond estimated colour grade L/M Clarity SI2 £10000-15000 See Illustration

212 Collection of 9ct gold hoop earrings, including white and yellow gold large earrings. Gross weight 20 grams Retired Jewellers stock, all new items £220-280

216 Collection of 9ct gold earrings and pendants, all set with cubic zironia. Gross weight 12.6 grams Retired Jewellers stock, all new items £100-150 217 Gold earring and pendant sets, including 9ct gold button style earrings and pendant with white gold detail, a pair of enamel and cubic zirconia stud earrings with matching pendant and another pair of cubic zirconia and 9ct gold earrings. £300-400 218 Collection of gold charms 70 charms including, giraffe, car, phone, bridge, keys, crown, bird cage, dice, hand bag and more. All 9ct gold, 121 grams £1300-1500

208 208 Edwardian style diamond ring with central diamond of 0.65 carat and diamond set heart form leaves, set in platinum and 18ct gold £300-500 See Illustration 209 An Emerald and diamond clover leaf ring in white gold, ring size - U 1/2 and a diamond set band ring, ring size - P 1/2, 9ct, boxed £100-150

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219 Three white gold bracelets including two fancy links and a figaro style link bracelet, 9ct gold, 16.9 grams £180-220 220 Four white gold bangles, hinged and fixed styles, 9ct, Gross weight 15 grams £180-220 221 Two palladium wedding rings, 6mm, ring size - V and 4mm, ring size - N, 8.5 grams £70-100

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222 Diamond cluster ring, set with round brilliant cut diamonds in three tiers within textured gold shoulders, mounted in 18ct yellow gold, estimated total diamond weight 2.00 carats, ring size - N £250-350 223 Collection of gold hoop earrings in white and yellow gold. all 9ct 7.6 grams The stock of a retired jeweller, all items unused £80-120 224 Eight 9ct gold bangles, including torque, fixed, hinged and expanding style bangles. 30 grams £320-380 225 Collection of gold rings, including wedding rings and signet rings all 9ct gold. Gross weight 46 grams £500-800 226 Collection of gold bracelets, fancy link and curb chains, 63 grams £700-1000

232 Diamond set plaque ring pave set with 24 diamonds, total diamond weight estimated at 0.50 carat, 18ct gold mount £180-220 233 Three loose cabochon cut opal stones, each measuring 6 x 4, 8 x 6 and 10 x 8mm £100-150 234 Gold charm bracelet with fourteen charms, including plique-a jour enamel clover, Noah’s ark and Spanish guitar on chair, mainly 9ct gold £350-500 235 Four pairs of gold earrings and one odd earrings all 9ct gold. £40-60 236 Victorian gold locket both sides with chased decoration, of leaves and flowers, on a double link Victorian chain £200-300

227 Collection of 18ct gold chains, including white and yellow gold chains, 45 grams £1000-1500 228 Collection of gold earrings, including white and yellow gold hoop earrings, 24 grams all 9ct gold £260-280 229 Collection of 9ct yellow and rose gold chains 20 grams £220-280

239 An antique gold bracelet with a 13 charms, mixture of antique and modern 9ct gold charms including gold fobs, Ladybird, large dog, whistle and Holy Bible and one plated padlock charm £400-600

237 237 Single strand Edwardian pearl of natural saltwater pearls, on a diamond set clasp, pearls 2.1-5.5mm, necklace length 53cms. With report from the Gemmological Certification Services, stating the pearls to be natural, saltwater with no indications of treatment £1000-1500 See Illustration

240 240 Jade set plaque ring and earring set, the cabochon stones in geometric openwork frame, 18ct gold £200-300 See Illustration 241 Collection of jewellery including a Victorian garnet brooch, pearl and 14ct gold ring, 9ct gold signet ring, 9ct gold Russian wedding ring, three ladies dress watches, plated bangle, two silver brooches one by David Andersen, synthetic emerald and sapphire full eternity rings in silver, sapphire and diamond earrings and other brooches and earrings £100-200 242 Late Victorian turquoise and diamond ring, set with three cabochon cut turquoise stones and four old cut diamonds mounted in 18ct yellow gold, ring size - L £100-200

230 230 An amethyst and diamond set gold ring with large amethyst of good colour on a coiled rope mount, the shoulders set with six diamonds, amethyst weight 24. 50 carat, total diamond weight 0.42 carats. 18ct gold Birmingham 1994 Provenance: Collection of actresses Jane and Abigail Mckern £400-600 See Illustration 231 Fancy link gold with a gold t bar, a gold ingot and a open curb link bracelet all 9ct. £300-500

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238 238 Victorian five stone diamond ring, set with old cushion cut stones, the central stone of 1.10 carat, two stones of 0.50 carat and two of 0.20 carat, in carved setting tested as 18ct gold £1500-2500 See Illustration

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243 Ruby and diamond cluster ring, oval cut ruby to the centre weighing 3 carats with a surround of baguette and round brilliant cut diamonds mounted in 18ct white gold. Estimated total diamond weight 0.80 carats £4500-5500 See Illustration 244 An Edwardian Moonstone fringe necklace, set with graduating cabochon cut moonstones on a gold link chain, tested as 15ct gold. £200-300


245 Collection of gold and silver jewellery, including gold naval brooch, silver paste crown brooch, 18ct yellow gold bar brooch, 9ct gold shirt studs, 9ct gold cross and chain, silver cairngorm brooch, gold plated chain and fob and a cameo brooch £100-150 246 Three bangles, a two colour gold bangle set with small diamonds, a plain gold curve bangle, and a silver bangle with gold plated butterflies £200-300 247 Heart form pendant and earrings, set with blue topaz, pendant stone estimated at 4.0 carat, on 50cm snake chain, earrings 3.5cm, in 14ct gold £200-300

253 253 Art Deco style sapphire and diamond ring, round brilliant cut diamond weighing 0.55 carats within a calibre cut sapphire surround and a further border of diamonds and diamond set shoulders mounted in 18ct white gold. £1200-1500 See Illustration 254 Blue topaz and diamond heart ring with openwork shoulders in white and yellow gold, ring size - S £350-450

260 260 An antique emerald and diamond bow brooch, set with round cut emeralds and rose cut diamonds with a pearl and old mine cut diamond to the centre suspending multi gold and seed pearl tassels. Mounted in silver and gold, length 5.8cm x height 5.4cm £600-800 See Illustration 261 Four gold rings, including a smoky quart dress ring, two gold band rings and a illusion set diamond ring, all 9ct £140-180

248 248 Tanzanite and diamond dress ring, set with an oval cut tanzanite weighing 2.47 carats bordered by floral diamond set shoulders mounted in 18ct white gold. £2000-3000 See Illustration 249 Four gold and gem set charms/pendants, in 9 and 14ct gold and a Scottie dog 9ct gold bar brooch £100-150 250 Blue topaz and diamond ring, the step cut topaz estimated at 8.50 carats, in millegrain setting with ten diamonds, and diamond set shoulders, 18ct, ring size - O £550-650 251 Platinum necklace set with pearls of varying size, 3-8mm, necklace length, 122cm £200-300 252 Blue topaz line bracelet set with oval cut stones, joined by square links, 9ct gold £100-150

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255 Noughts and crosses style gold bracelet, with plain and reeded finish, marked 750 for 18ct gold £500-800 See Illustration

262 Sapphire and diamond dress ring, set with six princess cut diamonds to the centre in a channel setting within a border of calibre cut sapphires in white gold setting mounted in yellow metal tested as 18ct. £1800-2200 See Illustration

256 Two colour gold necklace, graduated design with chevron links marked 750, for 18ct gold, 42cms £400-600 257 Rope twist gold bracelet, marked 750 for 18ct, length 20cm £300-500 258 Fancy link long gold chain with square section marked 9ct, 80cm £300-500 259 A pair of diamond hoop earrings, set with round brilliant cut diamonds to each side, hinged, mounted in 18ct white gold. Length 2.5cm. Estimated total diamond weight 1.00 carat £250-350

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263 Gold heart locket on box link chain, 18ct, Mappin Webb box £300-500 See Illustration 264 Gold charm bracelet, with numerous charms many with a wedding theme, including church with enamelled bride and groom figures, another entitled marriage vows, bells ribbons and rings, all 9ct gold £500-800 265 Pink sapphire dress ring, set with a step-cut pink sapphire weighing approximately 0.90 carats in tension setting to a 18ct white gold band. £200-300

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266 Two pairs of gold hoop earrings, in yellow metal tested as 22ct 11.6 grams £220-280 267 Three colour 9ct gold necklace, round gold locket with inscription dated 1915, a gold chain and a 14ct gold Griffon watch £250-350

273 Large baroque form pearl and gem set ring, with diamond, sapphire, emerald and ruby, pearl 20 x 14mm, max, in 18ct gold £500-800 See Illustration

268 Four gold gem set rings including opal, sapphire, emerald and cameo all 9ct gold, and four others paste glass/unmarked metal £120-160 269 Collection of gem set rings and pendants, including Cubic zirconia dress rings and a cross pendant, all 9ct gold. gross weight 27 grams £250-350

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274 274 1940’s white and blue sapphire bracelet, set with alternating white and blue round sapphires in a central panel form to a fancy gold link bracelet tested as 9ct. £300-500 See Illustration

270 270 Necklace of South Sea pearls, including twelve golden pearls, the remainder white, off round sizes 10-11.5mm, to a gold ball clasp, necklace length 45cm, in fitted case by Howards jewellers. £500-800 See Illustration

278 Pair of ruby and diamond cluster drop earrings, each earring comprising an oval cut ruby weighing 1.04 carats each and of Burmese origin with a round brilliant cut diamond surround and diamond hoop tops, mounted in 18ct white gold. Length 3cm £4000-6000 See Illustration 279 Single row of cultured pearls to a silver clasp £50-80

275 A pair of diamond ear studs, each set with a brilliant cut diamond estimated at 0.50 carat in 18ct yellow gold rub over setting £600-800 276 Two single row cultured pearl necklaces, graduating pearls from 3 to 7mm on a silver clasp and another on a 9ct white gold clasp. £80-120

271 Gold bracelet, with bars and oval links, a tie pin and garnet and other earrings, 9ct £100-150

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277 Pink sapphire and diamond dress ring, cushion cut pink sapphire weighing 2.92 carats with a triple pave set diamond surround and split diamond set shoulders mounted in 18ct white gold. total diamond weight 0.75 carat, with paperwork £3500-4500 See Illustration

272 Mid 20th C diamond spray cocktail ring, set with brilliant cut diamonds, total diamond weight estimated at 2.00 carats, in 18ct gold £700-1000 See Illustration

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280 Sapphire and diamond set necklace, set with stones in a variety of cuts, old cut diamond drop estimated at 0.50 carat, other old cut and rose cut stones, faceted and cabochon sapphires, 26cm from back to drop £700-1000 See Illustration


288 Edwardian gold and gem set pendant and a mid 20th C leaf brooch set with turquoise stones, stamped 9ct and a pair of 9ct three colour gold drop earrings £70-100

281 281 Edwardian diamond and pearl brooch. the openwork Art Nouveau setting with heart form leaves, set with a single pearl old cut, and rose cut diamonds within a border of seed pearls, in white gold, with small pendant ring on reverse, 2.6 x 5.3cm, cased £800-1200 See Illustration 282 Victorian gold brooch with rose cut diamond and seed pearls, boxed, Victorian locket back brooch, later brooch with pearls and citrine and a pair of coral and pearl gold earrings £120-160

285 285 Edwardian diamond set pendant, in pierced millegrain setting, unmarked white and yellow gold, length 6cm £300-500 See Illustration

289 289 Pink topaz and diamond ring centre stone 5.60 carats within a border of brilliant cut diamonds, in white and yellow gold, 9ct, ring size - P £800-1200 See Illustration 290 Art Deco style ruby and diamond ring, in rectangular white gold setting, 9ct £150-250

283 An unusual opal, diamond and sapphire gold pendant set with a cabochon opal measuring approximately 10 x 12 x 6mm surrounded by collet set rose cut diamonds and bordered by round faceted sapphires, gross weight 6.7 grams. Mounted in gold. £600-800

291 Collection of rings, single stone diamond ring set in white gold, and an Illusion set diamond ring, both 18ct, five coloured gem set dress rings and a diamond half eternity ring, all 9ct and a gold wedding band, 22ct £200-300

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284 284 Edwardian style blue topaz and diamond set plaque ring in 18ct gold mount, ring size O.1/2 £450-550 See Illustration

286 Diamond set chandelier style pendant, set with seven rose cut pear form diamonds, of 5-5.5mm length within a border of round diamonds, closed back setting, fleur-de-lys, stamped 750, for 18ct gold on reverse, overall length, 9.8cm £2000-3000 See Illustration 287 Pair of diamond cluster stud earrings, set with round brilliant cut diamonds in an invisible and prong setting, mounted in 9ct white gold. Estimated total diamond weight 1.00 carat £200-300

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292 292 White gold dress ring set with blue topaz citrine and amethyst and diamond set loops, 9ct £180-220 See Illustration 293 Leopard brooch, enamelled black spots, stone set eye, and contrasting white gold collar, pin marked ‘750’, for 18ct gold, 4cm £180-220

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297 Diamond set pendants, including four diamond set cross pendants, and an oval two colour gold pendant, all in 9ct gold. Gross weight 5.8 grams £120-160 298 A gold flat link chain, similar gold bracelet and a bar link bracelet with heart clasp, all 9ct gold £350-450

294 294 Gentleman’s signet ring, with heavy fluted body, and set with banded agate intaglio cut with monogram, 18ct £250-350 See Illustration

299 Five gold gem set rings, including amethyst, emerald, opal and a cameo ring, all 9ct £100-150 300 Gold Albert chain with bar and fancy links, 9ct, 24cm, and a costume jewellery brooch £70-100 301 Three gem set rings, sapphire and pearl cluster ring, ring size - S 1/2, sapphire an illusion set diamond ring, ring size - N and another, ring size - N all 9ct £80-120 302 Peridot and diamond set white gold ring, 9ct £100-150

295 295 Emerald and diamond dress ring, set with three step cut emeralds with a surround of pave set diamonds and decorative open work diamond shoulders mounted in 18ct gold. £1500-2000 See Illustration

304 Contemporary design diamond set ring with patchwork finish, platinum and 18ct yellow gold, inset with diamond estimated at 0.20 carat, German marks (handmade) £200-300 See Illustration 305 Diamond and sapphire set crescent brooch, in unmarked white and yellow metal £300-500 306 Gold and turquoise ring, unmarked, tested as 18ct. Ring size - N 1/2 £50-80 307 Faceted opal and diamond ring, with central oval opal estimated at approximately 1.00 carat within a border of diamonds, white and yellow gold, 9ct (7) ring size - O £400-600 308 Edwardian rose gold Albert watch chain, 9ct, 40cm £150-250

303 303 Gold and sapphire ring, the central light blue sapphire approximately 1.00 carat within a band of ten diamonds total diamond weight 0.50 carat, in 18ct white and yellow gold £250-350 See Illustration

296 296 Ruby and diamond set heart pendant, with alternating pave set stones, on gold chain £250-350 See Illustration

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309 Two gold chains, one yellow gold one rose gold, both 9ct, a silver garnet set brooch, and two costume brooches £50-80


316 Three rings, a three stone diamond ring, a 1940’s sapphire and white zircon ring and a 14ct gold wedding ring. £70-100 317 Ruby and diamond ring, branch forms set with rose cut diamonds and three rubies, 14ct gold, ring size - P £550-650

323 Three stone diamond ring, an early round brilliant cut diamond to the centre weighing approximately 1.00 carats, flanked by a round brilliant cut diamond to each side weighing 0.25 carats each, mounted in 18ct white gold, Ring size - L £600-800

318 Three colour gold bracelet of articulated links, with a safety chain, marked 9ct, length 18cm £100-150

324 An early 20th century emerald and diamond cluster ring, step cut emerald to the centre with a surround of old-cut diamonds. Mounted in 18ct white and yellow gold. Ring size - K £400-600

310 Ruby and diamond dress ring, set with a square step cut diamond to the centre weighing approximately 0.68 carats, border of calibre cut rubies in a cross design with pave set diamonds to the surround and shoulders. Mounted in platinum. £2500-3500 See Illustration

319 Single stone diamond ring, round brilliant cut diamond weighing approximately 1.50 carats, eight claw setting mounted in 18ct yellow gold. £1000-1500

325 Pearl and diamond dress ring, set with a baroque pearl to the centre and diamond set shoulders mounted in yellow metal tested as 18ct gold. Ring size N £100-200

320 Early 20th C white and yellow gold watch Albert chain, stamped 15ct £150-250

311 Five stone ruby ring, in 9ct gold

£80-120

312 Jade cross pendant in 14ct gold.

£50-80

321 Vintage diamond dress ring, the principle old cushion cut diamond weighing approximately stone of 1.40 carats, with a fancy diamond surround mounted in 14ct white gold. Ring size - M 1/2 £600-800

326 Diamond dress ring, the large diamond cluster set with round and baguette cut diamonds with a central cluster of seven round brilliant cut diamonds and a circular fan surround of twenty two baguette cut diamonds and a further border of open looped design set with round brilliant cut diamonds. Mounted in 18ct white gold. Estimated total diamond weight 1.70 carats. Ring size L £800-1200

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313 Two gold rings, diamond set ring in millegrain setting 18ct, ring size - O.1/2 and a multi stone ‘LOVE’ ring, 9ct, ring size L.1/2 £220-260

322 Gold and pearl brooch, set with cultured pearls mounted in 14ct gold. £100-200

314 Early 20th C three stone diamond ring, set with old cut stones, centre stone 0.20 carat, in unmarked gold, testing as 18ct £150-250 315 Edwardian style sapphire and diamond ring, in white and yellow gold, marked 750, for 18ct gold £150-250

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COSTUME JEWELLERY This section of sale will not start before 2:00pm

THE COSTUME JEWELLERY COLLECTION OF ACTRESSES JANE AND ABIGAIL MCKERN, WIFE AND DAUGHTER OF RUMPOLE ACTOR LEO MCKERN Lots 330-369

Abigail is an Olivier Award winning actress who has worked in theatre and television for over 30 years, Jane starred in many Australian films before appearing on the London stage. Their Collection of costume jewellery was inspired by the ‘Golden Age’ of Hollywood the 1930’s to 1950’s, this is reflected in the collection which was started in the 1960’s, and features well known designers as well as pieces typical of the Art Deco and post war periods.

330 Edwardian bracelet set with six amethyst stones in silver gilt, and a necklace of blue lace and white agate £50-80 331 Art Deco paste necklace with four sided rope setting length 78cm £70-100

332 Group of Victorian jewellery, a Vulcanite bangle the oval centre with floral motif, similar brooch, a carved jet pendant with central locket, two hand brooches and a chain mail purse pendant £80-120 See Illustration 333 Glass flower and bead necklaces 1930-1950, (10) £50-80

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334 334 Collection of Art Deco costume jewellery including modernist designs, Bakelite and early plastics £80-120 See Illustration


342 342 Collection of Art Deco costume jewellery including paste set snake bangle, chromium plated necklace a Lucite fish and other novelty brooches and clips £100-150 See Illustration

335 335 Gem set necklace brooch and earrings Tibet or Indo China early to mid 20th C, white metal plaques set with hardstone and agates, earrings converted with later posts, necklace 16cm width, brooch 7cm £70-100 See Illustration 336 Jewellery box with Victorian silver name brooch ‘Mary’ a paste set star, a hand brooch and similar clip, ‘Somebodys Luggage’ pendant with Victorian photos, Victorian and Edwardian Royalty brooches, miniature silver hand mirror and other items £80-120

339 339 A group of novelty Scottie dog brooches including 1930’s woman with a dog, others early plastics, some hand painted (14) £70-100 See Illustration 340 A group of vintage blue and turquoise glass necklaces, one cylindrical with gilt metal mounts, another with foiled glass, similar earrings and brooch, some with stamped marks £60-100 340A French chatelaine and chain mail purse, an Art Deco beaded bag with blue flowers, another similar and a cut steel decorated misers purse (4) £40-60

343 An Art Deco paste set necklace, of large black glass beads with paste set mounts, on chain with engraved clasp, stamped made in France £70-100 344 Collection of 19th C items including cut steel shoe buckles, carved mother of pearl necklace and clips and paste set items £100-150 345 Victorian and later jewellery including items of jet, black glass and cut steel £80-120 346 Collection of jewellery set with coloured paste stones, including brooches, clips and necklaces, and an opaque glass necklace with enamelled floral setting £80-120

337 337 Miriam Haskell, large garland brooch with opaque pink and green glass, entwined stems and faux pearls, signed, C 1940 a flower brooch with en tremblant patse set centre, unmarked and a pink blush necklace, clasp stamped, made in France £50-80 See Illustration 338 Pink glass and gilt metal necklace, indistinct signature on clasp, six other glass necklaces and a pink and white shell necklace, Deco brooch and buckle all 1930-1950 £50-80

341 341 Marcel Boucher late 1950’s leaf necklace of articulated plaques, signed and numbered, paste set bracelet stamped mark, Bucherer paste set watch ring and other items £70-100 See Illustration

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347 347 An unusual pair of paste set clips, silver paste set butterfly, a spider set with clear and coloured paste and two necklaces £50-80 See Illustration

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348 A group of mainly 1940’s costume jewellery, including a lapis style and paste necklace, three further necklaces, three brooches and four rings £50-80

360 Group of vintage costume jewellery including green paste set bracelet, a necklace of blue glass in acorn setting and other items 1930’s to 1940’s £50-80

349 Turquoise set butterfly brooch, two enamelled butterfly brooches, similar dragonfly, paste set butterfly and two swallows (7) £50-80 350 Green glass and paste set flapper girl necklace, with large moulded glass bead pendant, the necklace of conical and faceted glass discs, 1920’s, 135cm £70-100

354 354 Miriam Haskell a faux pearl pendant necklace in Art Nouveau style, the gilt metal pendant suspending three drops, signed on clasp, length with drop 40cm and a similar pair of Stanley Hagler faux pearl and paste earrings, 7cm £100-150 See Illustration

351 351 Four vintage Trifari brooches, paste set leaf, stamped sterling, a faux pearl set crown and two others, all with crown mark £70-100 See Illustration 352 Paste set necklace with provenance note concerning purchase on QE2, vintage costume jewellery brooches, including a paste set plum, marked with crown and Austria, Mickey Mouse and others, faux pearl earring and necklace (18) £60-80 353 Four Venetian glass necklaces, red with aventurine stripe, green lattice decoration, and two others £50-80

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355 A group of 1930’s costume jewellery including a mother-of-pearl and paste necklace, other glass and paste items £50-80 356 Hattie Carnegie leopard brooch and a group of 1960’s costume jewellery including a pair of gem set coolie hat earrings, perspex rings and other items £60-80 357 Lea Stein Paris, a fox brooch, sectioned mother of pearl look cellulose £50-80 358 Lea Stein Paris, three cellulose cat brooches £60-80 359 Lea stein Paris, Poublot girl brooch, another in the form of a vintage car, and an arching cat £60-80

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361 361 An Art Deco necklace of emerald green faceted glass, with paste encrusted hoops, links and clasp, 60cm £100-150 See Illustration 362 A large Art Deco brooch of pink faceted glass sections and paste set star, 6cm dia, a Murano pink glass flower necklace, and a necklace of pink foiled Venetian glass beads £100-150 363 Two necklaces of faux pearl crystal and paste one with bell form pendants, 44cm, faux pearl and paste brooch and two others, one Trifari large leaf and an insect brooch £70-100 364 Silver and white metal jewellery including a coral set ring, another with faceted amethyst, an envelope stamp case pendant, two Victorian bow brooches and some modern silver £50-80


367 Marcel Boucher 1950’s sectional necklace with two paste set flowers, matching earrings, a Boucher dog brooch and paste set ring brooch, unmarked spiral necklace and flower brooch £80-120 368 Costume jewellery, a large exotic bird brooch, two others, necklace with faux pearl and a sectional bracelet, all signed £60-80

370 A selection of costume jewellery to include a double row cultured pearl necklace, coral necklace and a 9 carat gold cameo brooch £50-80 371 Bead necklaces, including garnet, moss agate, chalcedony, and horn £60-80 372 Two enamel butterfly brooches and other silver brooches and a silver necklace £50-80

373 373 A group of jewellery to include a cameo bracelet, similar brooch, a silver pendant, Athena, and a Wedgwood Jasper ware pendant £60-80 See Illustration

365 365 Marcel Boucher a necklace with clear and red paste stones, a Boucher brooch, similar pair of sphinx earrings and an unsigned necklace with pleated conical forms £80-120 See Illustration 366 Two paste set bracelets, one kramer another marked DRGM, a mother of pearl and paste necklace and matching earrings, 1930’s-1940’s £70-100

369 369 Fish scale and green paste necklace, bracelet with green paste clasp and a rams head bangle, all signed £60-80 See Illustration

374 374 Early 20th C Silver-Wedding Tiara and matching corsage, myrtle blossom and leaves with small fruit, unmarked testing as silver. £150-250 See Illustration 375 Collection of Masonic Jewels, silver and gilt metal £20-40 376 Group of silver items including an Albert chain with three medals one depicting a footballer, bangle with chased decoration similar locket, Victorian gilt metal chain and other items. £50-80 377 Paste link bracelet, silver salt cellar, sterling silver compact and a pair of Georgian white metal sugar tongs £50-80

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378 Quantity of costume jewellery, silver and lapis brooch, filigree bracelet, two paste set watches and a paste ring £40-60 379 Links of London silver necklace with a silver heart pendant. £30-50 380 Quantity of gold and silver jewellery, including three gold pendants and chains, 9ct gold and onyx signet ring, silver brooches and two ladies dress watches £100-200 381 Group of vintage costume jewellery including 1960’s disc chandelier earrings, 1950’s crystal cluster brooch, glass bead necklaces, and some small items of silver £40-60 382 Silver pot with chased decoration Birmingham 1899, three cameo brooches and a bangle with engraved flowers £70-100 383 Two silver charm bracelets and a textured silver bangle, and an unmarked white metal American native Indian buckle £40-60 384 Christian Dior necklace, silver rings, gold plated gem set brooch and various other items of costume jewellery. £40-60 385 Three cultured pearl and pink quartz necklaces, each 82cm Christian Dior Bijoux necklace and earrings, Ines de Fressange Paris, bracelet and earrings, other items of costume jewellery £70-100 386 Gold ring with synthetic colour change corundum, testing as 14ct, and a collection of costume jewellery, including silver pendants and earrings, mother of pearl brooches, imitation pearl necklace. £70-100 387 A group of costume jewellery including a Lalique heart necklace, another by Christian Dior, amber pendant and earrings set in silver, a 1940’s paste set bracelet and a haematite heart necklace. £100-150

390 Costume jewellery including sponge coral and freshwater pearl and haematite necklaces, porcelain plaque brooch and gold filled pen, gold plated Indian necklace in red box, with a collection of dress watches and pocket watch parts £30-50 391 Small collection of costume jewellery including three watches £50-100 392 19th C hair bracelet with yellow metal enamelled clasp ,small 18ct gold wedding band, an enamelled bangle, Scottish hardstone brooch items of silver and costume jewellery £100-150 393 Three silver charm bracelets, various charms including coach and horses, shell, lobster cage and others enamelled with place names £60-80 394 A silver charm bracelet with some unusual charms including rowing boat lighthouse and large horse, silver ingot pendant and a chain. £60-100 395 Twelve gem stone chip bracelets, including amethyst, aquamarine and amazonite £30-50 396 19th C Paste set silver buckle brooch, amethyst and jet hearts and modern freshwater pearls £50-80

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400 A collection of assorted hatpins including an unusual glass mask, another with carved scene of horse and rider carved in mother of pearl, Art Nouveau silver, enamel examples, teddy bear, cherub and others, approximately 20 £100-150 401 A collection of silver and white metal hat pins, including four early 20th C by Pearce and Thomson, two whiplash designs, two with thistle and a golf club, six others enamel, chalcedony and mother of pearl (10) £100-150 402 Large collection of assorted hat pins including enamel, carved jet, venetian millefiori, Satsuma, amber and others in a silver plate stand £120-160 403 Group of modern silver jewellery, including four Harrods charms, picnic hamper, vintage delivery van, bag, and Harrods shop. a shell form necklace, orchid and turtle brooches, Harrods enamel box, and a silver thimble, other items of costume jewellery £60-80 404 Collection of silver ingot pendants mainly London Hallmarks, 42 ozs, 300 grams £400-600

397 397 A collection of hatpins, silver and white metal, including six by Charles Horner and three set with paste £100-150 See Illustration

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388 Collection of costume jewellery and watches including sapphire and cz earrings, and pendants, bead necklaces, brooches and other items £50-80 389 Two interlinking cultured pearl necklaces, pearls pale pink tint, 7-7.5mm, each necklace 50cm, and a brooch,of shell and pearl with garnet £80-120

399 Collection of hatpins including, five by Charles Horner, two others in the form of hats, paste set art Nouveau, Royal engineers and faux pearl, in a silver plated holder £100-150

398 398 Charles Horner, eight hatpins, various designs one enamel, another with amethyst paste, and a thistle example £100-150 See Illustration Buyers premium, at 27% inclusive of VAT, is payable on every lot in this sale. For late collection, storage and credit card charges see page 2

405 Amber bead necklace of large oval beads, mainly opaque with a few partially translucent beads, largest bead 15 x 10mm, 95cm length, 76.8 grams £500-800 See Illustration 406 Venetian bead necklace and a collection of costume jewellery, watches, and 1930’s Royal commemorative medals £50-80


407 An Edwardian jet necklace of faceted and oval form beads 140cm and two eastern hardstone necklaces of coloured agates and quartz £50-80 408 Opal doublet and gold plated bracelet, items of silver including a flat link bracelet and rings, other items of costume jewellery £50-80

411 A quantity of cultured pearl and amethyst set jewellery, including a silver pendant and white metal necklace (800 mark) £80-120 412 Paste set clips, some silver, a collection of watch keys and two hat pins in Chinese box with hardstone mount £40-60 413 19th C Jet, leather and thermoplastic photograph snap cases, two with daguerreotype images and another labelled Genuine union case Pecks patent 1854 £40-60

416 Edwardian paste set silver pendant, a Victorian cameo brooch, carved with scene of an artist painting, in gilt metal scroll mount, 7cm and a cubic zirconia ring in 9ct gold. £120-160 417 An amber bead necklace and pendants, other gem pendants and costume jewellery £50-80 418 Loose beads, part necklace, mainly amber £80-120 419 A pair of amber drop earrings, on white metal mounts £30-50 420 Two Jewellery reference books -Art Nouveau Jewellery by Vivienne Becker and The Jewels of the Duchess of Windsor by John Culme and Nicolas Rayner £30-50 421 Edwardian seed pearl set brooch and two cultured pearl necklaces one with pearl and garnet set gold clasp, marked 9ct £50-80

409 409 Victorian Jet necklace, two pendants and an ivory handled seal PLEASE NOTE: THIS ITEM CONTAINS OR IS MADE OF IVORY. Buyers must be aware that regulations of several countries, including USA, prohibit the import of ivory, or any goods containing ivory. Ewbank’s advise prospective purchasers who intend to ship this lot to another country that they must familiarise themselves with the relevant import/export regulations prior to bidding. They are responsible for their shipping arrangements and the onus is therefore on them to organise their own shipping. £40-60 See Illustration 410 A group of white metal jewellery mainly Indian, and a silver plate fancy link belt £50-80

414 414 Amber bead necklace formed of a strand of 31 graduated oval beads, beads range in size between 5.5mm long to 21mm long, necklace length 42cm. Gross weight 26 grams £150-200 See Illustration 415 Two amber bead necklaces, including a single row of graduating yellow butterscotch colour amber beads measuring in length from 9mm to 25mm, necklace Length 42cm and a other transparent amber bead necklace. £200-300

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422 Rose quartz necklace of freshwater pearl necklace and a agate ring £40-60 423 Nephrite jade necklace,of green graduated beads to a navette form clasp, 43cm £100-150 424 Nephrite jade necklace, of dark green graduated beads to a barrel clasp, mid 20th C, 41.5cm £70-100

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WATCHES This section of sale will not start before 3:10pm

432 Breitling colt II steel A74380 watch, hourly applied luminous Arabic numerals and hands, date aperture at 3, on a sports black rubber strap. Ref A74380. Quartz movement. £300-500

436 436 Omega gentleman’s constellation perpetual calendar watch, brushed gold on stainless steel, diamond textured dial with baton hour markers, bezel with Roman numerals in black, numbered 580..., with original box and papers. £600-900 See Illustration 430 430 International Watch Company gentleman’s military watch, steel case, black dial with white Arabic numerals, white outer minute divisions with five minute markers and luminous baton quarters, polished pointed baton hands with luminous inserts and centre seconds, brushed and polished round case with screw down back, case back engraved. case back engraved 6B.346 196/52. Manual wind movement. Circa 1950 36mm. £2000-3000 See Illustration

433 433 Jaeger LeCoultre stainless steel watch, black dial with luminous Arabic numerals, white outer minute track with five minute markers, polished dagger hands with luminous inserts, subsidiary dial at 6. Manual wind movement, cal 463. No.268271, Circa 1940 31mm. £400-600 See Illustration 434 Garrard & Co gentleman’s gold wrist watch on detachable gold strap, 9ct £200-300

437 Omega Speedmaster Professional MKII, with grey dial, three subsidiary dials, stainless steel case and bracelet, C 1970 £700-1000 438 Omega steel watch Circa 1950’s, champagne colour dial with gold hour makers and hands subsidiary dial at 6 £100-200 439 Omega, lady’s gold wristwatch, champagne colour dial, cushion shaped case with a tigers eye winder, on a 9ct gold omega integral bracelet. Manual winding movement. £200-300

435 431 431 Breitling Navitmer stainless steel chronograph watch, circa 1967, black dial with luminous baton hour markers, outer 1/5th second and tachymetre scales, sunken silvered subsidiary dials at 3, 6 and 9 for constant seconds, 30 minute and 12 hour recording, brushed and polished round case with snap on back, bi-directional bezel with inner silvered slide scale, Breitling box and outer card, case, dial and movement signed, Ref:806 £1200-1600 See Illustration

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435 Omega gentleman’s De Ville Automatic bracelet watch, champagne dial with date aperture at 3, on an 9ct integral gold omega link bracelet. £700-1000 See Illustration

440 440 Omega gentleman’s Seamaster Aqua Terra stainless steel watch, silver dial with date aperture. Quartz movement. With Box and papers £1000-1500 See Illustration 441 Omega lady’s gold plated watch on a 18ct three colour gold bracelet. £200-300

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442 Omega ladies 9ct gold bracelet watch, round dial with gold Arabic numerals and batons, mechanical movement. £200-300 443 Omega gentleman’s wrist watch with calendar to a 9ct gold bracelet. Purchased in 1973, movement No. 32640461 Original box and papers £600-800 444 Omega Seamaster Automatic stainless steel wristwatch with gilt arrow batons, on a expandable bracelet £100-150

450 Lady’s Louis Vuitton Tambour chronograph stainless steel watch, brown metallic dial with silver numerals, date aperture at 4, on a brown Louis Vuitton strap. Quartz movement. With box and papers. Circa 2006. £300-500 451 Jaeger Le Coultre gold lady’s watch, with Roman numerals, numbered on reverse, on expanding gold plated strap £70-100

445 0mega ‘De Ville, lady’s gold watch, with quartz movement watch on gold bracelet strap, 9ct £250-350

452 Cartier must de silver gilt tank quartz watch, Gucci watch, gold plated champagne dial with roman numerals on the bezel, ladies west end watch company and a Claude Valentini watch £80-120

446 Tudor Oyster steel wrist watch, round dial with hour markers and Arabic numerals £200-300

453 Tag Heuer Professional 200 meters stainless steel bracelet wrist watch, 2005 boxed with papers. £280-300

458 Rotary gold lady’s bracelet watch, 9ct gold, on textured bracelet, boxed £100-150 459 Rotary gold bracelet watch, 9ct, boxed £150-250 460 Tissot lady’s gold watch with textured gold bracelet, 9ct, and Longines quartz gold plated watch £150-250 461 Gentleman’s Helvetia 14ct gold dress watch and a ladies gold dress watch on a plated bracelet. £50-80

454 Longines 18ct gold watch, silver dial gold Arabic numerals and a subsidiary dial at 6. gold plated pocket watch and a pulsar watch £200-300 455 Rolex, lady’s 9ct gold bracelet watch, round dial, gold baton makers, dial signed Rolex Precision, Rolex button on a integral 9ct gold Rolex bracelet. £250-350

462 462 Art Deco diamond and synthetic sapphire, cocktail watch, platinum with white gold, strap marked 9ct £600-800 See Illustration 463 Art Deco lady’s wrist watch, Seiko lady’s watch and another wristwatch £30-40 464 Lady’s Edwardian 9ct gold watch, with a 15ct gold with bracelet strap, boxed £100-150

447 447 Ladies Rolex Oyster Perpetual DateJust 18ct gold bracelet watch, Circa 2000, champagne colour dial and roman numerals, date aperture at 3. Yellow Gold President bracelet. Automatic movement. Diameter 26mm. With papers. £3000-4000 See Illustration 448 Rolex Tudor 9ct gold wrist watch, Circa 1960 silver textured dial with Arabic numerals & dagger hands. Presentational inscription to case back, on a brown strap. £200-300 449 Rolex Oyster Precision gentleman’s 9ct gold wristwatch, model 6426, with raised gilt Arabic numerals, manual wind, sweeping second hand, and leather strap in green Rolex case £500-800

466 Collection of watches including a 9ct gold Benson watch, J W Benson steel watch, lady’s Citizen Eco-drive watches £50-80 467 Group of watches including an Omega Seamaster, an Omega pocket watch, two Seiko and one Bernex lady’s wristwatch £50-80 456 456 Lady’s diamond set cocktail watch, watch case platinum, strap, base metal £200-300 See Illustration 457 Lady’s 9ct gold dress watch on a black cord strap, a lady’s silver bracelet watch and a Gentleman’s steel Oriosa alarm watch £40-60

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468 Three ladies watches, including an 18ct gold Exactus watch with a plated bracelet, Citizen quartz watch and a Century watch £70-100 470 Three gentleman’s watches, Raymond Weil tango steel bracelet watch a gold plated Raymond Weil watch and a Henri Sandoz steel watch £50-80

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471 Zenith lady’s 18ct gold wristwatch on 9ct gold bracelet with a gold plated clasp, strap, watch case stamped 18ct, strap stamped 9ct, a gold plated, Timex watch, and silver pencil £80-120 472 Cyma lady’s gold bracelet watch, rectangular dial, textured 9ct gold integral bracelet, 9ct £300-500

478 Late 19th century 18ct gold open faced pocket watch, the reverse with floral and ribbon engraving £300-500 479 Gold open faced pocket watch, the case with chased decoration, 18ct £300-500 480 Military Luminous 8 day Mark V, WW1 period Royal Flying Corps Mk.V. 8-day aircraft cockpit watch. Circa 1910 by Octava Watch Co £50-100 481 Gold half hunter fob watch, enamel Roman numerals, with plated chain and 9ct gold T bar £300-500 482 Two silver open faced pocket watches

491 491 Lady’s French 18ct gold fob watch with enamel dial and subsidiary dial at 6, in engraved case, on a 9ct gold chain. £200-300 See Illustration

£60-80

473 473 Wilter. London. An 18th century silver pair cased pocket watch, the silver circular dial with Arabic and Roman numerals, signed centre panel, in a plain case and with repouse decorated outer case. No. 3754. Circa 1960. £500-800 See Illustration 474 Half hunter 18ct gold pocket watch converted to a watch, with blue enamel numerals to outer case white enamel dial on a 9ct gold watch bracelet £500-600 475 Full hunter 18ct gold Waltham pendant pocket watch, white dial with black Roman numerals. £350-450 476 Full hunter pocket watch, in 18ct gold. Movement signed Adam Burdess £300-500 477 Full hunter pocket watch by Waltham USA, 9ct gold. Gross weight 94 grams £300-500

483 George IV silver pair cased verge pocket watch by A. Cameron of Liverpool, no. 6982, hallmarked Birmingham 1825 £100-150 484 Waltham Full hunter 9ct gold pocket watch, white dial with Arabic Numerals and subsidiary dial at 6. £200-400 485 Open faced fob watch in 14ct gold. White dial with black Roman numerals and subsidiary dial at 6. £100-200 486 Open faced pocket watch, 9ct gold, Northern goldsmiths company Admiralty and a ladies 9ct gold rotary watch, 1950’s strap missing. £200-400 487 Victorian silver half-hunter pocket watch, the white enamelled dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial and an American Sterling silver cased A. W. W. Co. pocket watch £80-120 488 Gold fob watch, with a fitted wristwatch case and a black silk strap, 14ct £130-150 489 Silver open faced pocket watch and a gold plated Zaima lighter £40-60 490 Gold cased pocket watch, the interior marked 14ct and engraved W Clark Brighton £150-250

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492 492 George III silver fusee pair cased pocket watch by George Trotman London No 3155 £150-250 See Illustration 493 An antique 9ct gold Albert chain, each link stamped 9ct £250-350 494 An antique 10ct gold Albert chain, fancy links stamped 10ct. £140-180 495 Victorian ladies 9ct gold open faced pocket watch converted to a wrist watch £150-250


COINS This section of sale will not start before 4:00pm

504 Victorian gold shield back sovereign 1857 £250-300

517 A George V full sovereign dated 1912 £180-220

505 Victorian gold sovereign 1872

518 Edward VII gold half sovereign dated 1909 £80-120

£250-300

506 Victorian gold shield back sovereign 1873 £250-300

496 496 George III gold spade Guinea 1793 £300-500 See Illustration

507 Victorian gold sovereign 1874

£250-300

520 Edward VII gold sovereign, 1909 £180-220

508 Victorian gold sovereign 1875

£250-300

521 George V gold sovereign 1918

509 Victorian gold sovereign 1876

£250-300

510 Victorian gold shield back sovereign 1877 £250-300

497 George III gold sovereign 1820

£300-500

511 Victorian gold sovereign 1878

£250-300

498 George IV gold sovereign 1821

£300-500

512 Victorian gold sovereign 1880

£200-300

499 Victorian gold shield back sovereign 1844 £250-300

513 Victorian gold shield back sovereign 1879 in presentation case £250-300

500 Victorian gold shield back sovereign 1846 £250-300

514 Collection of Modern proof sets to include silver proof sets all in presentation cases £100-200

501 Victorian gold shield back sovereign 1847 £250-300 502 Victorian gold shield back sovereign 1849 £250-300 503 Victorian gold shield back sovereign 1860 £250-300

519 Queen Victoria gold double sovereign 1887 £400-600

515 British Royal Mint Hong Kong $1,000 lunar year coin for the year of the monkey, 1980, 22ct gold, 16g, in fitted case £400-600

£180-200

522 Two George V gold half sovereigns, 1912, 1926 £180-220 523 British Linen Company, one guinea note: 1 June 1818, serial number 40/15822 (cut) £30-50 524 A collection of Royal Mint Proof Coins 1985,1986,1987,1988 and 1989, all boxed £50-70 525 A collection of Royal Mint Proof Coins 1990,1991,1992,1993,1994,1995 £60-80 526 Gold sovereign 1967

£180-200

527 9ct gold Masonic medal for The Eton Lodge and three other medals £200-300

516 Modern gold sovereign, 1979, in fitted case £180-220

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SILVER PLATE This section of sale will not start before 4:20pm 528 Collection of silver and silver plated cased flatware, silver mounted cut glass jug, loose plated flatware and other items £50-80 529 Composite set of Fraget Met Polish silver plated flatware knives, forks and spoons and white metal flatware for six place settings, stamped with head £80-120 530 Christofle ‘Cluny’ pattern set of silver plated cutlery for six, comprising, dinner knives, dessert knives, dessert spoons, dessert forks, dinner forks, teaspoons, and a soup ladle, (all boxed) £80-120 531 Silver plated travelling hip flask and sandwich box in fitted leather case, case 13cm high £60-100 532 Silver plated vegetable dish and cover, tea caddy, toast rack, sugar sifter and folding vesta £50-80 533 A Victorian lady’s travelling vanity case in leather with canvas protector. Most accoutrements missing, but includes 3 silver hallmarked glass topped bottles, 44cm wide. £50-80 534 Silver plated items including pair of bottle stands and fish servers £60-150

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542 535 Selection of silver plated wares to include entree dish and cover, oval warming dish and cover, wine cooler, cruet sets and other items £60-100 536 1930’s silver plated Dunhill ‘Unique’ pipe lighter, Dunhill Patent 143752 cigarette lighter, another Dunhill lighter and a silver cigarette case, Birmingham, 1936 £80-120 537 Two graduated silver plated chaffing dishes and covers on reeded supports, and a King’s pattern ladle £40-60 538 Collection of silver plated and other vesta cases £80-120

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539 Early 20th century silver plated meat cover and stand, 55cm wide £100-200 540 Two horn, white metal mounted and copper lined beakers, each approximately 13.5cm high £40-60 541 Pair of silver plated candlesticks on eliptical bases, white metal salts, pepperettes, kettle on stand and other items £50-80 542 Collection of Christofle to include a glass butter dish with plated cover, jam jar and cover, a condiment pot and cover, a pair of salt and pepper shakers and a peace paperweight £200-300 See Illustration


SILVER This section of sale will not start before 4:30pm 543 Cased set of six silver seal top spoons, Sheffield 1922, makers Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd, retailed by Weir & Sons, and a pair of Bengal silver spoons, total weight 124g/ 3.98ozt £40-60 544 George III silver sifter spoon with later bright cut and engraved decoration, maker’s mark ‘WS’, London, 1796, two silver vases with loaded bases, and a silver plated Turkish long spoon £100-150 545 George III silver teapot of oval section with bright cut decoration, by George Burrows I, London, 1796, gross weight 13.5oz, 419g £120-180

550 Victorian silver pepperette of bulbous lobed form with embossed scrolling decoration, by A & J Zimmerman, Birmingham, 1900, a salt and a mustard pot and cover, 5.5oz, 171g £50-80 551 William IV silver fiddle pattern sifter spoon, maker’s mark ‘WB’, London, 1831, another sifter spoon, small collection of flatware and a sugar bowl, 19oz, 590g £200-300

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552 Nineteen William IV silver fiddle pattern teaspoons, by George Turner, Exeter, 1831, and six other silver teaspoons, 18.5oz, 575g £180-220 553 Set of six George III silver military fiddle and thread pattern dessert spoons, by Thomas Wilkes Barker, London, 1816, and six non-matching dessert forks, 17oz, 528g £180-220

557 557 Set of four George II silver salts with gadrooned rims, each on three moulded shell shaped feet, by David Hennell I, London, 1756, 23oz, 716g £500-800 See Illustration

554 Pair of George IV silver military fiddle and thread pattern tablespoons, maker’s mark rubbed, London, 1827, cased set of twelve silver teaspoons and sugar tongs, and other small silver items, 18.5oz, 575g £200-300 558 558 Set of four William IV silver salts with moulded and pierced scrolling foliate decoration, with blue glass liners, by Henry Wilkinson & Co., Sheffield, 1836 and four non-matching Victorian silver flower shaped spoons, by Yapp & Woodward, Birmingham, 1846, 13.8oz, 430g £250-350 See Illustration

546 546 George III silver card tray with moulded and engraved scrolling foliate decoration, by Elizabeth Jones, London, 1783, 15oz, 466g £200-300 See Illustration 547 George III silver fiddle pattern soup ladle, by Richard Crossley, London, 1812, 7oz, 217g £70-100 548 Pair of Edward VII silver inkwells of Bisley shooting interest, the covers embossed with figures, the dates 1300-1500 and 1860 and the motto ‘Sit Perpetuum’, by Elkington & Co., Birmingham, 1906, and a pair of spoons with similar decoration, 1910, spoons 8oz, 248g £120-180 549 George III silver helmet shaped cream jug with plain banded decoration, maker’s mark rubbed, London, 1801, and a silver swinghandled sugar bowl on oval foot, 10oz, 311g £100-150

555 555 Large George III round silver tray by Daniel Smith & Robert Sharp, London, 1788, reeded border, on four panel and scroll feet, engraved with a coat-of-arms for Leigh of Ridware, 133oz, 4136g, diameter 54cm £1500-2500 See Illustration 556 Victorian silver four piece tea service with embossed floral and foliate decoration, comprising teapot, coffee pot, cream jug and sugar bowl, by Sibray, Hall & Co. Ltd., London and Sheffield, 1897-99, gross weight 61oz, 1897g, in fitted oak case £800-1200 See Illustration

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559 Set of four George III silver navette shaped twin-handled salts on oval feet, probably by Digby Scott & Benjamin Smith I, London, 1787, 18.9oz, 588g £250-350

560 560 Victorian silver teapot heavily embossed with flowers, foliage and scrollwork, on four moulded feet, by John Tapley, London, 1850, gross weight 21.6oz, 674g £250-350 See Illustration

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567 Edward VII silver six division toast rack with loop handle, on ball feet, by William Hutton & Sons Ltd., London, 1901, part dressing table set, cream jug, and other items including an Alpacca silver plated beaker, weighable silver 12.5oz, 388g £80-120

574 574 Victorian silver part canteen of fiddle pattern cutlery comprising eleven dinner forks, eleven dessert forks, twelve tablespoons, eleven dessert spoons, fourteen teaspoons, soup ladle and sauce ladle, most of the forks by George Angel, various dates and marks, 119oz, 3700g £1000-1500 See Illustration

561 561 Victorian silver coffee pot with embossed decoration on shaped gadrooned foot, by Goldsmiths Alliance Ltd., London, 1888, gross weight 27.2oz, 846g £300-500 See Illustration 562 George V silver mustard pot and cover with gadrooned rim on three lion mask and paw feet, with blue glass liner, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd., London, 1917, 9.8oz, 306g £120-180 563 Modern silver mounted blotter, maker’s mark ‘WW’, London, 2004, small desk bell and two napkin rings £40-60

564 564 George III silver swing-handled cake or bread basket on oval foot, by William Plummer, London, 1787, 28oz, 870g £350-450 See Illustration 565 Modern blue leather and silver mounted stationery folder with embossed putti and scrolling decoration, by Douglas Pell Silverware, London, 1990, 17cm x 27cm £50-80 566 William IV and later, mostly Victorian silver fiddle pattern cutlery, comprising six table spoons, twelve dinner forks, eleven dessert forks, twelve dessert spoons and twelve teaspoons, various dates and marks, 87oz, 2705g £800-1000

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568 568 Set of six Edward VII silver fruit knives and forks with foliate pistol handles, by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield, 1904, gross weight assuming handles are filled 16oz, 497g, in fitted case £200-300 See Illustration 569 Pair of George V silver bon bon dishes with pierced decoration, by S. Blackensee & Sons Ltd., Birmingham, 1920, two toast racks, two cigarette cases, cruet set, other items and a silver plated cigarette case, weighable silver, 27.5oz, 855g £250-350

575 Pair of Victorian silver salts with scroll handles, maker’s mark rubbed, London, 1899, cased set of six silver coffee spoons, cruet items, sugar tongs and spoons etc., weighable silver 11oz, 342g £80-120 576 Victorian silver cream jug with engraved decoration and moulded handle, by Samuel Hayne & Dudley Cater, London, 1846, and a William IV silver mug, 9oz, 281g £80-120

570 Edward VII silver twin-handled bowl with shaped rim on round foot, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd., London, 1906, 9.2oz, 286g £100-150 571 George V silver teapot on round foot, maker’s mark rubbed, Birmingham, 1931, gross weight 13.1oz, 409g £120-180 572 Modern silver mug with ‘S’-scroll handle, by Alexander Clark & Co. Ltd., Sheffield, 1959, and a silver cup with loop handle, 16.3oz, 509g £150-200 573 Victorian silver sugar caster of octagonal section, by Stokes & Ireland Ltd., Chester, 1900, and a silver mounted and cut glass sugar caster, weighable silver 5.4oz, 168g £60-100

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577 577 ‘The Queen’s Beasts Spoons’, a collection of ten modern silver beast topped teaspoons with enamelled decoration, by Toye, Kenning & Spencer, London, 1977, gross weight 17oz, 528g, limited edition 211/2500, in fitted case £150-250 See Illustration 578 Silver mounted and amethyst glass claret jug, by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester, 1896, 24cm high, and a cut glass scent bottle and stopper with silver collar £150-200


579 Pair of Victorian silver Corinthian column candlesticks with beaded decoration on square bases, by Charles Boyton II, London, 1899, 16cm high £80-120

588 Modern silver circular dish, by William Comyns & Sons Ltd., London, 1981 and four other small silver dishes, 15.5oz, 482g £150-250

580 Victorian silver circular box, by H. Hayes, Birmingham, 1900, cigarette box, wallet, compact and vesta £100-150

589 Modern silver circular dish, Mappin & Webb, London, 1974, 15.4oz, 480g £150-250

581 Edward VII silver novelty pepperette in the form of an acorn by Harry Emmanuel, Birmingham, 1902 and another in the form of a miniature flour castor, maker’s mark ‘SB’, Birmingham, 1897, 0.28oz, 8.8g £40-60 582 Victorian silver mounted cut glass dressing table bottle, by George Brace, London, 1892, 29cm high, pepperette, and other items, (5) £60-100 583 George V silver cigarette box of waisted rectangular form on four shaped feet, by A & J Zimmerman Ltd., Birmingham, 1924, 24cm wide £150-250

590 George III silver helmet shaped cream jug with engraved decoration, on square base, by Stephen Adams I, London, 1801, 3.3oz, 105g £50-80 591 George IV silver fiddle pattern sifter spoon, by William Eaton, London, 1824, set of six teaspoons, other flatware and a modern photograph frame, weighable silver 15.5oz, 482g £200-300 592 Modern silver posy vase on round foot, by William Comyns & Sons Ltd., London, 1976, 3.9oz, 122g £50-80

595 595 Pair of George III silver sugar casters of baluster form on square bases, maker’s mark ‘IC’, London, 1809, 7.2oz, 226g £200-300 See Illustration 596 Set of three George V silver bowls, each on three shaped supports and round bases, by Page, Keen & Page, London, 1915/17, 29oz, 916g £400-600

593 George VI silver three piece cruet set, comprising, salt, mustard pot and cover and pepperette, by Ernest W Haywood, Birmingham, 1947, 4.9oz, 152g £50-80

597 597 Victorian silver deskstand with inkwell and two pen trays with gadrooned borders, on four shaped feet, inscribed to the base ‘Sir James Drummond 1892’, by Charles Stuart Harris, London, 1891, gross weight 16.5oz, 513g £200-300 See Illustration

584 584 Pair of George III silver candlesticks with baluster stems on round feet, by Matthew Boulton, Birmingham, 1798, (loaded bases) £200-300 See Illustration 585 George V silver twin-handled basket with pierced decoration on four lion’s paw feet, by Mappin & Webb, London, 1896, 11oz, 342g £150-250 586 George V silver goblet with hammered decoration on round foot, by D & J Wellby, London, 1931, 7.1oz, 222g £80-100 587 Pair of Edward VII silver candlesticks with octagonal columns on round feet, by James Dixon & Sons Ltd., Sheffield, 1908, (loaded bases) £60-100

594 594 George VI silver presentation salver with inscription and engraved signatures ‘Presented to Commander N T Patterson OBE RINVR by the Captain Super Intendentand the officers H M I Dockyard Bombay 19-XI-31 - 28-VI-47’, by James Dixon & Sons Ltd., Sheffield, 1945, 20.5oz, 637g £180-220 See Illustration

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598 George VI silver desk stand with two inkwells and pen tray on bun feet, by John Collard Vickery, Birmingham, 1942 £100-150

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599 George III silver dish with later embossed foliate decoration, maker’s mark rubbed, London, 1783, 11.3oz, 351g £120-180 600 George III silver twin-handled loving cup with plain reeded decoration on round foot, by John King, London, 1770, 10oz, 312g £100-150

601 601 George III Irish silver swing-handled basket with engraved decoration on oval foot, by Matthew West, Dublin, 1792, 7.2oz, 224g £150-250 See Illustration

604 604 Pair of George III silver candelabra bases with ram’s head and swag decoration on trefoil bases and shaped feet, by John Cramer, London, 1811, (loaded bases), gross weight 82.5oz, 2565g, and non-matching pair of three light candelabra with scrolling foliate decoration, by Matthew Boulton, Birmingham, 1794, 110oz, 3421g £3000-4000 See Illustration

602 Edward VII silver tea caddy of oval section with reeded decoration, by C. S. Harris & Sons Ltd., London, 1905, 9.3oz, 291g £100-150 603 Victorian silver chamberstick and snuffer, with scalloped bowl, by Charles Edwards, London, 1899, 6.7oz, 210g £100-150

608 605 Victorian silver and cut glass inkwell and cover with ribbed spiral decoration, by John Grinsell & Sons, Birmingham, 1891, 11.5cm base diameter £80-120 606 George V silver card tray with shaped gadrooned rim on three ball and claw feet, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd., London, 1918, 7oz, 217g £80-120 607 Victorian silver twin-spouted pourer on round foot, by Lambert & Co., London, 1888, 5.6oz, 175g £60-100

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608 Victorian silver novelty cigarette and vesta case in the form of a piano, by Harrison Brothers & Howson, London, 1887, 4.5oz, 140g £200-300 See Illustration 609 Pair of George V silver sugar casters of octagonal section, by C W Fletcher & Son Ltd., Sheffield, 1930, 3.8oz, 118g £50-80


610 Victorian silver ivory handled brandy warmer and burner on stand, maker’s mark ‘SB’, London, 1890/91, gross weight 3oz, 93g PLEASE NOTE: THIS ITEM CONTAINS OR IS MADE OF IVORY. Buyers must be aware that regulations of several countries, including USA, prohibit the import of ivory, or any goods containing ivory. Ewbank’s advise prospective purchasers who intend to ship this lot to another country that they must familiarise themselves with the relevant import/export regulations prior to bidding. They are responsible for their shipping arrangements and the onus is therefore on them to organise their own shipping. £50-80

617 Victorian silver handled ivory page turner, by William Comyns & Sons, London, 1889, 42cm long PLEASE NOTE: THIS ITEM CONTAINS OR IS MADE OF IVORY. Buyers must be aware that regulations of several countries, including USA, prohibit the import of ivory, or any goods containing ivory. Ewbank’s advise prospective purchasers who intend to ship this lot to another country that they must familiarise themselves with the relevant import/export regulations prior to bidding. They are responsible for their shipping arrangements and the onus is therefore on them to organise their own shipping. £60-100

611 George V silver table bell, maker’s mark rubbed, 4.5oz, 142g £80-120

618 Set of six George V silver rat-tail pattern teaspoons, by H Hunt, Sheffield, 1924, in fitted case, other cased spoons, two punch ladles, and loose flatware £60-100

612 Pair of George I silver trencher salts of octagonal section, maker’s mark rubbed, London, 1720, 4oz, 124g £200-300 613 Pair of George II silver cauldron salts, each on three hoof feet, maker’s mark rubbed, London, 1753, 2.8oz, 90g £60-100 614 Pair of George V silver mustard pots and covers of oval section, by Stokes & Ireland Ltd., Chester, 1915, 5.7oz, 179g £80-120 615 Victorian silver cigarette case with double catch and gilt interior, by George Wilkinson, London, 1889, 6.4oz, 201g £60-100 616 Edward VII silver and tortoiseshell mounted dressing table box, the cover inset with scrolling foliage and bow decoration, maker’s mark rubbed, Birmingham, 1909, gross weight 1.9oz, 59g £40-60

619 Modern silver photograph frame with embossed putti and scrolling decoration, maker’s mark ‘RH’, Birmingham, 1990, miniature Sterling silver funnel, white metal mount for a jar, white metal mounted bowl and two silver plated bottle stoppers £50-80

624 George VI silver photograph frame of rectangular form Birmingham, 1945, 25cm x 19cm, and another modern of oval form with beaded border, Sheffield, 18cm x 13cm £80-120 625 Modern silver photograph frame of circular form with ribbon mount, Birmingham, 8cm diameter, another similar, three other plated frames and other items £60-100 626 George VI silver hip flask of curved form with plain design, Birmingham, 1938, and a silver handled magnifying glass £100-150 627 Modern Mappin & Webb silver bon bon dish with pierced border, Sheffield, 1960, two silver napkin rings, selection of silver topped glass bottles, a silver trinket box and sundry other items some plated £80-120 628 Faux tortoiseshell and bi-metal card holder, silver and leather notebook, three silver thimbles, silver vesta case and other items £50-70

620 Pair of Victorian silver fish servers, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd., Sheffield, 1900, gross weight assuming handles are filled 11oz, 342g £120-180 621 Edward VII silver four division toast rack of arched form, by Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield, 1906, and two silver jam spoons, 7oz, 217g £50-70 622 Silver three piece engine turned and foliate dressing table set, comprising mirror, hair brush and clothes brush, six silver handled shoe horns, four silver handled button hooks and other items £80-120

629 629 Victorian silver entree dish and cover with moulded scroll, shell and floral decoration, by Edward, John & William Barnard, London, 1847, 70.5oz, 2192g £1000-1500 See Illustration

623 George VI silver photograph frame of rectangular form with pierced foliate border, Birmingham, 1942, aperture 13cm x 9cm and another smaller plated frame with cross tie ribbon borders, aperture 11cm x 8cm £60-100

630 630 George V silver salver with moulded scrolling rim on three scroll feet, by William Hutton & Sons Ltd., Sheffield, 1921, 41oz, 1275g £450-550 See Illustration

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641 Set of six Victorian silver fiddle pattern dessert spoons, by Chawner & Co., London, 1855, 10oz, 311g £100-150 642 Six George III and later silver fiddle pattern tablespoons, various dates and marks and a silver fiddle pattern dessert fork, 17oz, 528g £180-220

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643 Victorian silver cream jug with moulded and engraved decoration, by William Hutton & Sons Ltd., London, 1899, 8.9oz, 277g £80-120

635 George II silver mug of baluster form with ‘S’-scroll handle, by Richard Bayley, London, 1740, 16.5oz, 513g £250-350 See Illustration

644 Set of three George III silver sauce ladles with bright cut decoration and wavy rims, by Thomas Chawner, London, 1774, 6oz, 186g £80-120

631 631 Victorian silver salver with moulded scrolling and floral decoration on four shaped feet, by Daniel & Charles Houle, London, 1844, 20oz, 622g £200-300 See Illustration

645 Set of six George III silver Old English pattern dinner forks, by William Eaton, London, 1818, 11.5oz, 357g £120-180 646 Five Victorian silver fiddle pattern forks, by John James Whiting, London, 1840, 9oz, 279g £100-150 647 Four Victorian silver Old English pattern dessert forks, by Charles Boyton I, London, 1841, six other silver forks, 14.5oz, 450g, and three silver plated forks £150-250 648 George V silver capstan inkwell, by Mappin & Webb, London, 1915 £50-80

632 632 George II silver card tray with moulded shell border on three scroll feet, by Joseph Sanders, London, 1746, 7oz, 217g £150-250 See Illustration 633 Victorian silver card tray with moulded shell and scroll border on three ball and claw feet, by Charles Boyton II, London, 1891, 10.5oz, 326g £100-150 634 George V silver card tray with gadrooned border on three shaped feet, by Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield, 1916, 11.5oz, 357g £120-180

636 636 George III silver coffee pot of baluster form with embossed scrolling decoration on round foot, by Charles Watts, London, 1818, gross weight 29oz, 901g £400-600 See Illustration 637 Victorian silver teapot of squat form with engraved decoration on round foot, by George John Richards, London, 1846, gross weight 14.5oz, 450g £150-250 638 Victorian silver teapot with beaded rim, gadrooned base and sphinx finial, by Frederick Elkington, Birmingham, 1881, gross weight 15.5oz, 482g £150-250 639 Victorian silver hotwater jug with halfgadrooned body on round foot, by William Hutton & Sons, London, 1891, gross weight 11.4oz, 355g £120-180 640 Victorian silver teapot of oval section with half-gadrooned body, by Walter & John Barnard, London, 1885, gross weight 18.6oz, 580g £180-220

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649 Victorian silver christening mug with embossed floral decoration on scroll feet, maker’s mark rubbed, London, 1850, 6.5oz, 203g £60-100 650 Pair of Victorian squat candlesticks in the form of urns on stands with moulded figural decoration and beaded borders, on square (loaded) bases, by Richard Hodd & Son, London, 1875 £60-100 651 Victorian silver presentation cigarette box, of plain form, the inside cover engraved as follows: ‘Presented by Captain George Burges-Short. To his brother officers of the 3rd Battalion The Manchester Regiment 1890’, by George Wilkinson & Edward Hollins, London, 1890, and two other smaller cigarette boxes £100-150 652 Pair of George III silver and mahogany wine bottle coasters with pierced and bright cut decoration, by Hester Bateman, London, 1786, 12cm diameter £150-250


653 Small collection of George III and later silver teaspoons and a small fruit knife, gross weight 12.5oz, 388g £120-180 654 Pair of George VI silver dishes with engraved decoration on round feet, by Hukin & Heath Ltd., Birmingham, 1936, and another circular silver dish, 7.2oz, 224g £80-120

663 Set of six Victorian silver fiddle pattern dessert spoons, by Chawner & Co., London, 1852, six fiddle pattern dessert forks, various dates and makers, 20oz, 622g £200-300 664 Six George III and later fiddle pattern tablespoons, various dates and marks, 14.5oz, 450g £150-250

655 George III silver shell form caddy spoon, London, 1804, another similar and a fish shaped caddy spoon, 1.2oz, 37g £30-50

665 Modern silver ‘The Royal Geographical Society Silver Map’, by John Pinches Ltd., London, 1978 £50-80

656 George III silver cream jug with bright cut decoration on oval foot, maker’s mark rubbed, London, 1794, another George III cream jug, sauce boat and a mug, (4), 15oz, 466g £150-250

666 George V silver twin-handled dish with pierced galleried rim on round foot, by Martin, Hall & Co. Ltd., Sheffield, 1912, 15oz, 466g £150-200

657 Pair of Victorian silver salts of octagonal section with pierced decoration, each on four scroll feet, by Hawkesworth, Eyre & Co., Sheffield, 1846, another pair of salts and four mustard pots and covers, (8), 17oz, 528g £180-220 658 Victorian silver sugar bowl with half gadrooned body, by James Wakely & Frank Clark Wheeler, London, 1885, three small trophy cups, hip flask and other items £100-150 659 Pair of George V silver salad servers with plain banded decoration, by Lee & Wigfull, Sheffield, 1915, 6oz, 186g £60-100 660 Modern silver mug with hammered decoration and scroll and mask handle, by G Payne & Son, Birmingham, 1958 and two white metal spoons, 4.5oz, 139g £40-60

667 George V silver sugar caster of baluster form on four pad feet, by Mappin & Webb, Birmingham, 1910, silver cigarette case, bracelet and twizzle stick, 10oz, 311g £100-150 668 Victorian silver Queen’s pattern gravy spoon, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield, 1897, 7oz, 217g £60-100

672 Victorian silver tea pot of squat form with engraved decoration on round foot, by Edward & John Barnard, London, 1854, gross weight 20.5oz, 637g £200-300

669 669 George V silver three piece tea service, comprising teapot, cream jug and sugar bowl, with plain banded decoration, by Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield, 1918, gross weight 36oz, 1119g £300-500 See Illustration

673 673 George V silver coffee pot with moulded scrolling foliate decoration on four shell moulded feet, by Mappin & Webb, London, 1912, gross weight 20oz, 622g £200-300 See Illustration 674 Victorian silver grenade form table lighter, maker’s mark ‘JE’, London, 1894, George III silver sauce ladle, silver watch case with goliath watch, silver pepper, two silver mustards and silver spoon £60-80

661 661 Pair of George III silver oval twin-handled dishes with beaded decoration, by Robert Hennell I, London, 1776, 33.5oz, 1041g £600-800 See Illustration 662 Five William IV silver fiddle pattern dinner forks, by Isaac Parkin, Exeter, 1831, 13.5oz, 419g, and a silver plated fork £150-250

671 671 Pair of Victorian silver candlesticks with knopped stems and shaped bases, by Hawksworth, Eyre & Co. Ltd., Sheffield, 1894, (loaded bases) £250-350 See Illustration

670 670 Queen Anne Britannia standard silver tankard and cover with ‘S’-scroll handle, maker’s mark rubbed, Newcastle, 1712, 23oz, 715g £400-600 See Illustration

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675 Victorian silver child’s knife, fork and spoon set with scrollwork handles in fitted case, maker’s mark ‘AH’, Sheffield, 1877, another similar set, caddy spoons etc. £100-200 676 George V silver card tray with gadrooned border on four ball and claw feet, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd., Sheffield, 1925, 12oz, 373g £120-180 677 Victorian silver fiddle pattern soup ladle, by Josiah Williams & Co., Exeter, 1866, 8oz, 248g £80-120 678 Pair of Victorian silver candlesticks with tapering columns on square beaded bases, by John Dixon & Sons Ltd., Sheffield, 1895/6, loaded bases £100-200

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683 683 Set of nine George V silver three pronged dinner forks, by Elkington & Co., Birmingham, 1912, 21oz, 653g £250-350 See Illustration 684 Set of six George VI silver soup spoons, by Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd., Sheffield, 1939, 14oz, 435oz, and a silver plated marrow scoop £150-200

679 679 George VI silver four piece coffee service, comprising coffee pot, hotwater jug, cream jug and sugar bowl, by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield, 1937, 38oz, 1181g £350-450 See Illustration 680 Victorian silver domed rectangular cigar box, maker’s mark ‘JB’, London, 1899, 23cm wide £80-120 681 George V silver cigarette case, by Mappin & Webb, Birmingham, 1923, a Chinese white metal cigarette case, pen knife and two enamelled Masonic badges £50-80 682 Eight Victorian and later silver three pronged forks, various dates and marks, 12oz, 373g £120-180

685 George VI silver cigarette box with engine turned decoration on four bracket feet, by Mappin & Webb, London, 1947, and a continental silver cigarette box, ‘800’ standard £60-100

691 Collection of George III and later tea and coffee spoons, various patterns and decoration, small sauce ladle and two knives, (28), gross weight 17oz, 528g £180-220 692 Four Victorian silver fiddle pattern tablespoons, by Samuel Hayne & Dudley Cater, London, 1840, 10.5oz, 327g £100-200

686 Pair of George V silver bonbon baskets with pierced decoration and swing handles, by Charles S Green & Co. Ltd., Birmingham, 1916, 5.9oz, 185g £80-120 687 George V silver sauce boat with wavy rim on three hoof feet, by Adie Bros., Birmingham, 1932, two silver bowls and a foreign Sterling silver ashtray, 17.5oz, 544g £180-220 688 Pair of George V silver dishes with pierced decorated borders, each on three ball feet, by Gorham Manufacturing Co., Birmingham, 1918, other small items of silver including part cruet sets, Chinese white metal beaker and a silver plated lighter etc. £80-120 689 George III and later Old English and mostly fiddle pattern spoons, comprising four tablespoons and twelve dessert spoons, 24.5oz, 761g £250-350

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690 George III and later Old English and fiddle pattern forks, comprising seven dinner forks and nine dessert forks, various dates and marks, 30oz, 933g £300-400 See Illustration

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693 693 Set of six George III Scottish silver fiddle, shell and flower pattern dessert forks, by Robert Gray & Son, Edinburgh, 1816, 11oz, 342g £120-180 See Illustration 694 Selection of English and Sterling silver condiments and small dishes etc. £100-200 695 Edward VII silver bowl with gadrooned body on round foot, by The Alexander Clark Manufacturing Co., Birmingham, 1909, pair of pepperettes, cigarette box and other items, weighable silver 15.5oz, 482g £150-200


696 696 George VI silver four piece tea service, comprising teapot, hotwater jug, cream jug and sugar bowl, by Mappin & Webb, London, 1939, gross weight 59oz, 1834g £600-800 See Illustration 697 Pair of George V silver vases of octagonal section with pierced rims on round feet, maker’s marks rubbed, Birmingham, 1920, 13.6oz, 424g £150-250 698 Edward VII silver twin-handled and twinspouted pourer, by Stokes & Ireland Ltd., Chester, 1907, trophy cup, sugar caster and other items including cased flatware £120-180

704 George V canteen of silver cutlery for twelve, comprising soup spoons, dessert spoons, dessert forks, teaspoons, eleven table forks, four tablespoons, two sauce ladles, six egg spoons, four salt spoons, mustard spoon, sugar tongs, 118oz, 3669g, twelve ivory handled and steel bladed dinner knives and dessert knives, two carving forks, meat carver, game carver and steel, by William Hutton & Sons, Sheffield, 1934-36, all in a mahogany two drawer fitted canteen table on cabriole legs Provenance: With original purchase receipt from Harman & Lambert, London, 1937. PLEASE NOTE: THIS ITEM CONTAINS OR IS MADE OF IVORY. Buyers must be aware that regulations of several countries, including USA, prohibit the import of ivory, or any goods containing ivory. Ewbank’s advise prospective purchasers who intend to ship this lot to another country that they must familiarise themselves with the relevant import/export regulations prior to bidding. They are responsible for their shipping arrangements and the onus is therefore on them to organise their own shipping. £1500-2500

701 Victorian cut glass and silver mounted hip flask, by Dimier Brothers & Co., London, 1897 £60-100 702 George V silver and tortoiseshell backed dressing table set, comprising four brushes and a hand mirror, by William Adams Ltd., Birmingham, 1920, mesh purse and a set of six silver handled fruit knives, (boxed) £60-100 703 Pair of silver Old English pattern table spoons with arm and arrow crests, stamped Sterling, makers mark ‘CTLW’ 4oz, 124g £40-60

709 Edward VII silver condiment set, comprising pair of pepperettes, salts and spoons and mustard pot and cover and spoon, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield, 1901, in fitted case, two other salt spoons, set of six silver handled fruit knives, and a set of six silver coffee spoons, (cased) £100-150 710 William IV silver twin-handled sugar bowl on four scrolling shell feet, by Richard Pearce & George Burrows, London, 1833, 10.9oz, 340g £100-150

699 Pair of modern silver pepper grinders, by John Bull Ltd., London, 1998, two napkin rings and cruet items £100-150 700 Small selection of silver items, to include dressing table brushes, mirror, small dishes, ashtray etc. £80-120

708 708 George IV silver card tray with shell and scroll moulded rim on three shaped feet, by Barak Mewburn, London, 1827, 17.5oz, 544g £200-300 See Illustration

705 705 Victorian silver coffee pot with bright cut decoration, on four bun feet, by Lee & Wigfull, Sheffield, 1885, gross weight 28.9oz, 899g £400-600 See Illustration 706 Pair of George VI silver sauceboats on shaped bases, maker’s mark rubbed, Birmingham, 1940, 9.7oz, 302g £80-120 707 George VI silver small octagonal twinhandled comport, by S W Smith & Co., Birmingham, 1938, and various cased silver flatware £100-150

711 Victorian Scottish silver cream jug with engraved foliate decoration on round foot, by Robb & Whittet, Edinburgh, circa 1850, 8.8oz, 275g £80-120 712 Set of three Victorian silver salts of cauldron form on three hoof feet, by George John Richards & Edward Charles Brown, London, 1864, pair of small salts, three tablespoons and a dessert spoon, 16oz, 497g £150-200 713 George III silver punch ladle with whalebone handle, maker’s mark ‘TM’, and a shell form bright cut caddy spoon £40-60 714 Pair of modern silver Corinthian column candlesticks, by Hampton Utilities, Birmingham, 1961, (loaded bases), 25cm high £100-200 715 Victorian silver nurses buckle with crowned bust of a man amidst foliage 2oz, 62g £50-100

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720 Victorian silver teapot with engraved decoration and floral knop, London, 1849, and a German silver twin-handled dish with shell and foliate lug handles stamped 800, dated 1.4.1956-1.4.1966, gross weight 19oz, 590g £100-150

716 716 George V silver three piece tea service the bullet shaped teapot with wooden handle and knop and matching cream jug and sugar basin, by Mappin & Webb, London, 1927, gross weight 28oz, 870g £250-350 See Illustration

721 Set of six George IV silver Old English pattern dinner forks, six matching dessert forks, by Charles Eley, London, 1827, two other silver forks, 25oz, 777g, a silver plated fork and two sets of six modern silver handled dinner and dessert knives £300-500 722 Set of six George III silver Old English pattern dessert spoons, by William Eley, Fearn & Chawner, London, 1811, two other silver dessert spoons, 9oz, 279g, and two silver plated spoons £100-150 723 Seven George III silver Old English pattern tablespoons, various dates and marks, 15oz, 466g £150-250

717 717 George VI silver four piece coffee service with banded decoration the coffee pot and hot water jug with ebonised knop and handle, sugar bowl and cream jug, by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield, 1945, gross weight 32oz, 995g £250-350 See Illustration

730 George V silver christening mug of baluster form, by William Neale & Son Ltd., Birmingham, 1915, four napkin rings, small dish, four salt spoons and two silver mounted cut glass salts, weighable silver, 11oz, 342g £120-180

724 Victorian silver stand with embossed scrolling and floral decoration on four shaped feet, by John Evans II, London, 1850, 7.5oz, 233g £80-120 725 George III silver helmet shaped cream jug with bright cut decoration, by Thomas Wallis II, London, 1796, 3.5oz, 111g £50-80

731 731 Edward VII silver dish ring embossed with hounds and stags, by Williams (Birmingham) Ltd., 1906, 10oz, 311g £250-350 See Illustration 732 George III silver cream jug with later embossed decoration, maker’s mark rubbed, London, 1818, silver cigarette case, vesta, and two casters, weighable silver, 8oz, 248g £100-150

726 George III silver helmet shaped cream jug with bright cut decoration, maker’s mark rubbed, London, 1809, 3.6oz, 112g £50-80 727 Pair of George III silver salts of rectangular form with moulded borders and each on four bun feet, by Alice & George Burrows II, London, 1810, 6.6oz, 206g £80-120

718 718 George VI silver salver of plain design, by Roberts & Belk, Sheffield, 1944, 32oz, 995g, 30cm diameter £300-400 See Illustration

728 Pair of George II silver cauldron form salts, each on three hoof feet, maker’s mark ‘IS’, London, 1738, 4.4oz, 139g £60-80 729 George V silver four division toast rack with beaded decoration, on four bun feet, by James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield, 1915, 4.8oz, 152g £50-80

734 Pair of silver toast racks, and a silver plated bonbon dish £60-100

719 George V silver bon bon dish with pierced decoration and shell shaped border, London, 1931, a silver cigarette box, a cased set of six silver teaspoons, five assorted silver coffee spoons, and a quantity of silver plated flatware £100-150

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733 733 Modern silver salver, by Deakin & Francis Ltd., Birmingham, 1974, 26oz, 808g £300-400 See Illustration

735 Modern silver card tray with serpentine rim, by John Rose, Birmingham, 1969 £80-120

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741 Modern silver goblet commemorating Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee, by Toye, Kenning & Spencer, Birmingham, 1977, 5oz, 155g, in fitted case, limited edition 451/1000 £60-100

736 736 Set of six George III Old English pattern dinner forks, by Richard Crossley, London, 1809, three silver dessert forks, fish knife and ten teaspoons, other maker’s and marks, 25.5oz, 793g £250-350 See Illustration 737 Edward VII silver snuff box of serpentine form with engine turned decoration, Birmingham, 1903, 2oz, 62g, 7cm wide £50-70 738 George V silver trinket box with mauve enamel set cover on three feet, Birmingham, 1912, and a bon bon dish with pierced sides, Birmingham assay £80-120

739 739 George V silver salver with serpentine rim on three scroll feet, by Martin Hall & Co. Ltd., Sheffield, 1930, 29.5oz, 917g £300-400 See Illustration 740 Modern silver bowl with silver gilt eagle handle, to commemorate the 300th anniversary of the laying of the foundation stone of St. Paul’s Cathedral, by Jocelyn Burton, London, 1975, 8.5oz, 264g,in fitted case, limited edition 479/900 £80-120

742 George III silver shell form salt on oval foot, with horses head crest, maker’s mark rubbed, London, 1767 £60-90 743 Selection of silver napkin rings, various dates and marks £40-60 744 Edward VII silver mounted decanter and stopper, with quadruple spout, Birmingham, 1902 £20-40 745 George V bone-handled and silver letter opener, maker’s mark ‘K & Co.’, London, 1924, 29cm long £30-50 746 George V set of silver and ivory handled fish servers, by James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield, 1910, in fitted case PLEASE NOTE: THIS ITEM CONTAINS OR IS MADE OF IVORY. Buyers must be aware that regulations of several countries, including USA, prohibit the import of ivory, or any goods containing ivory. Ewbank’s advise prospective purchasers who intend to ship this lot to another country that they must familiarise themselves with the relevant import/export regulations prior to bidding. They are responsible for their shipping arrangements and the onus is therefore on them to organise their own shipping. £50-80 747 Victorian silver and ivory whist marker of rectangular form, maker’s mark ‘HA’, London, 1891 PLEASE NOTE: THIS ITEM CONTAINS OR IS MADE OF IVORY. Buyers must be aware that regulations of several countries, including USA, prohibit the import of ivory, or any goods containing ivory. Ewbank’s advise prospective purchasers who intend to ship this lot to another country that they must familiarise themselves with the relevant import/export regulations prior to bidding. They are responsible for their shipping arrangements and the onus is therefore on them to organise their own shipping. £70-100

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748 Edward VII silver three section stamp holder, the cover with scroll decoration, on four ball feet, by William Harrison Walter, Birmingham, 1901 £60-90 749 Sterling silver envelope shaped stamp holder, marked ‘925’ £20-40 750 Edward VII silver handled bell, Birmingham, 1907 and a silver mounted and glass hand bell, Chester, 1901, (2) £20-40 751 Sterling silver oval photograph frame with engraved floral decoration, 24cm high, and a George V silver rectangular frame, London, 1913 £30-50 752 George V silver five piece cruet set, comprising two pepperettes, two salts, mustard pot and cover with two nonmatching spoons, by Kemp Brothers, Chester and Birmingham, 1912/13, in fitted case £40-60

753 753 Pair of Victorian silver grape scissors, the handles moulded as grapevines, by Martin, Hall & Co., Sheffield, 1890 £70-100 See Illustration 754 Victorian silver fiddle pattern caddy spoon with floral engraved bowl, London, 1856 £20-40 755 George III silver fiddle, thread and shell pattern caddy spoon, London, 1818 £20-40

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770 Late 19th/early 20th century novelty risque vesta case in the form of a leather covered Guide Book, the cover opening to reveal a lady using a chamber pot PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS NOT SILVER. £60-90 771 George III silver dessert spoon with engraved scrolling decoration to the bowl, maker’s mark rubbed, London, 1767, vesta, serpent form buckle, small heart shaped box and other items £80-120

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756 756 Victorian silver bonbon spoon with pierced, mask and scrolling decoration, by William Comyns, London, 1890 £30-50 See Illustration

762 George V silver hot chocolate pot, by Garrard & Co., London, 1919, 10.5oz, 328g £100-150 See Illustration 763 Edward VII silver novelty pin cushion in the form of a swan, Birmingham, 1908 £70-100 764 George V silver novelty bookmark in the form of a trowel, Birmingham, 1924 £20-40

757 George III silver marrow scoop, by John Wakefield, London, 1817 £70-100

765 George V silver and tortoiseshell mounted trinket box, on four cabriole legs, Birmingham, 1918 £60-90

758 Victorian silver fiddle pattern toddy ladle, by Thomas Hart Stone, Exeter, 1868 £20-40

766 Three silver vesta cases, various dates and marks £40-60 767 Victorian silver vesta case with ribbed decoration, by William Neal, Birmingham, 1890 £20-40 768 George V silver novelty vesta case inset with a compass, Birmingham, 1923 £50-80

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772 Pair of modern silver wine coasters with beaded rims, wooden bases, by A Chick & Sons Ltd., London, 1973 £80-120 773 Pair of George III silver cauldron salts, each on three hoof feet, by John Muns, London, 1764, 2.4oz, 76g £80-120 774 Victorian silver scent bottle, with engraved scrolling decoration, by Sampson Mordan & Co., London, 1893, vesta, two silver and mother of pearl pen knives, brooch and a pendant £80-120

775 775 Modern Finnish silver entree dish and cover with moulded decoration, by C. G. Hallberg, 1973, 30.9oz, 962g £300-500 See Illustration

759 George VI silver fruit bowl with pierced decoration, on four shaped feet, by Viner’s Ltd., Sheffield, 1939, 10.7oz, 333g £100-150 See Illustration

776 Continental white metal articulated model of a fish with red cabochon eyes, star mark to one fin, gross weight 4oz, 124g £60-100

760 George V silver strut clock, maker’s mark ‘RP’, Birmingham, 1929 £30-50

777 Italian silver coffee pot and sugar bowl and cover, ‘800’ standard, gross weight 27oz, 839g £150-250

761 George V silver sparrow beak cream jug, London, 1919 £30-50 769 769 Victorian silver cigar form ‘HAVANA’ vesta case, Chester, 1887 £100-150 See Illustration

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778 Continental silver circular box with embossed figural decoration, import marks for London, 1910, 2.5oz, 79g £50-80 779 19th century Dutch silver box embossed with figures in a landscape setting, import marks for London, 1891, in fitted case £150-250


780 Continental silver twin-handled dish embossed with a bird amongst foliage, import marks for Chester, 1898, silver seal, matchbox holder, two embossed spoons and a caddy spoon, weighable silver 7oz, 217g £80-120 781 Late 19th century continental silver miniature horse and carriage, import marks for London, 1900, 4.7oz, 147g £60-100

795 Continental silver cream jug of squat form with bands of decoration, marked ‘KAL’, ‘830’ £20-40

786 786 German silver dish with serpentine rim on three scroll feet, ‘835’ standard, 27oz, 839g £200-300 See Illustration

796 782 782 Lafayette Sterling silver coffee pot of oval section on shaped foot, marks to base, gross weight 29.5oz, 917g £300-500 See Illustration

787 787 German silver coffee service, comprising coffee pot, cream jug and sugar bowl, with gadrooned bodies, each on four scroll feet, 45oz, 1399g £400-600 See Illustration

796 Continental silver tea strainer with moulded figural and scrolling decoration, maker’s mark ‘SR’, ‘800’ standard £20-40 See Illustration

788 German silver soup ladle, pair of spoons and a scoop, all ‘800’ standard, 16oz, 497g £100-150

783 783 Set of six 19th century Dutch silver dinner forks and eight tablespoons, by van Kempen, 1878/9, 29oz, 901g £300-500 See Illustration 784 Collection of 19th century, and later Dutch silver teaspoons, 6oz, 186g, pair of silver plated Christofle asparagus servers, six plated forks and a spoons £80-120 785 Maltese silver sugar bowl and cover of lobed form with floral finial on three hoof feet, ‘917’ standard, 8.5oz, 265g £80-120

789 Sterling Silver saucer the border applied with flower and leaf border, a plated vase with applied lizard and a miniature tea pot £80-120 790 Four Tiffany silver shot cups with gilded interiors, stamped Tiffany and Co., Sterling, 4oz, 124g £50-100 791 Portuguese silver trinket box and cover in the form of a wrapped present with gilded interior, stamped ‘925’, 5oz, 155g £50-70 792 Two Portuguese silver dishes in the form of leaves, two sizes 27cm wide and 18cm wide, 5oz, 155g £50-70 793 Set of six continental silver oyster forks with filigree handles, ‘830’ standard, (boxed) £20-40 794 Set of six Norwegian Sterling silver coffee spoons with with pierced and enamelled decoration, ‘925’, (boxed) £40-60

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797 797 German silver tea strainer with scroll and floral decoration, marked ‘830’ £20-40 See Illustration 798 Set of six Danish Sterling silver gilt and enamelled coffee spoons and a sugar spoon, by Frigast, in fitted case £40-60 799 Pair of 19th century Dutch silver table salts with pierced scrolling decoration, each on three cabriole legs, maker’s mark ‘P.T.’, 3.6oz, 111g £150-250 800 Far Eastern white metal bowl embossed with dancing figures and scrolling foliage, 12.5cm diameter, 13.7oz, 427g £120-180

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803 19th century Indian silver bowl deeply embossed with figures framed by borders of scrolling foliage, inscribed to the base ‘Viscount Valletort 1892’, 47oz, 1461g £500-800 See Illustration 804 Japanese silver cigarette box, the cover engraved with pheasants, on four shaped feet, marks to base and cover, 14.5cm wide £40-60 801

806 Silver filigree pot and cover, Russian silver cake fork stamped 916, a Russian white metal spoon with enamel decoration, and a pair of silver chopsticks, gross weight 8oz, 248g £70-100 807 Russian silver and floral enamelled vodka cup, maker’s mark to base, and marked ‘84’, gross weight 1oz, 32g, 4.5cm high £150-250 See Illustration 808 Russian silver and floral enamelled vodka cup, maker’s mark to base and marked ‘84’, 4cm high, 1.1oz, 34g £150-250 See Illustration

801 Oriental Sterling silver dish, the rim with four moulded cartouches, marked ‘E. Seng Chang’, 16oz, 497g £150-250 See Illustration

809 George III Irish silver circular patch box and cover, by Daniel Egan, Dublin, 1814, 1.9oz, 60g £50-80

802 Set of twelve Siam Sterling silver teaspoons and sugar tongs with figural terminals, 7.5oz, 233g £70-100

810 Persian silver boxed with hinged cover and engraved scrolling decoration, on four feet, marks to base, 18cm wide £50-80 805 805 Japanese Takehiko silver model of a twomasted sailing ship, ‘985’ standard, in wood and glass case £250-350 See Illustration 803

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Thursday 23rd March, 10.00am Automobiles Objects & Works of Art Ceramics & Glass Collectables Fine Art & Prints

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AUTOMOBILES This section of sale will not start before 10:00am

1000 1000 Mercedes - Benz SL Class 3.7 SL 350 2 door car, 2003, Registration No RK03 ZPU, silver, Mileage 31,000, two registered owners, Automatic, Petrol, V5 Certificate, Service History, Current M.O.T., with fitted Alarm, heated seats, leather upholstery, electric Windows. £10000-12000 See Illustration

1002 1001 1001 HONDA Jazz I V-Tech, Registration HV12 OUW, Executor Estate, Silver, No Service History, No paperwork found, Approximate Mileage 30,000, 1300cc, 5 door, Automatic, No Current M.O.T, with New Battery. Date of Registration 2012. The Car is Sold as Seen. £2000-4000 See Illustration

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1002 Austin Allegro 1300 SDL 4 Door Saloon, Registration No TGO 197R, Date of Registration 17.01.1977, Executor Estate, Red, Petrol, No Current M.O.T. V5 Vehicle registration Document, New Battery Fitted, Service History, Original Receipt of Sale of New Vehicle, dated 12.01.1977 for £1,761.00, Recorded Mileage is showing 40,000, Driver’s Handbook, Two former keepers, with the most recent in Ownership for 20 years. Has been garaged. £200-300 See Illustration

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1003 1003 SKODA Fabia Elegance TSI S-A 5 Door Hatchback, Executor Estate, Registration No KM63 NSZ, Five door, petrol, Silver, Automatic, Date of Registration 2013, Approximate Mileage 6,300, 2 Former keepers, (Mother & Daughter), car is SORN registered, No Current M.O.T, V5 Vehicle Registration Document, 2 keys, Owners Manual, Service Booklet together with black Skoda wallet, Approved Multi-Point Check List dated 2014 with 4,789 miles and Vehicle History Confirmation Certificate dated 17.4.2014. service History, car was purchased from Allams in Epsom on 12.09.2013. The Car is Sold as Seen. £4000-6000 See Illustration

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1004 PEUGEOT 1007 Dolce S-A 3-door hatchback, Executor Estate, registration No RF55 CXV, 5-speed semi-automatic, Date of Registration 21.10. 2005, no previous owners, V5 Vehicle Registration Document with plenty of Service History, no current M.O.T., yellow, petrol, 1360cc, number of seats (4), new battery fitted, last M.O.T was Sep 2013(6,472 miles), car comes with an alternative (never used) colour interior trim, cased, (Oranis Cameleo), approx. mileage 7,000 miles, comes with Handbook, Maintenance Record Handbook and with original invoice for car when purchased new, Car is Sold as Seen. £700-1000 See Illustration

1005 TOYOTA AYGO VVT-1 S-A 5 Door Hatchback, Registration No RF57 HLU, Executor Estate, Date of Registration 14.12.2007, Black, Petrol, Service History, V5 Vehicle Registration Document, Automatic, with CURRENT M.O.T, Expires August 2017, approx mileage 60,000. The Car is Sold as Seen. £1300-1500 See Illustration

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OBJECTS & WORKS OF ART This section of sale will not start before 10:00am

1008 1008 Two cold painted bronze squirrels on a shagreen base, retail mark for J. C. Vickery, Bond St. 10cm high overall. £200-300 See Illustration

1014 1014 Bronze of a lioness, unsigned but by family repute attributed to Avril Vaughan, 20cm long £200-300 See Illustration

1009 Pair of cold painted bronze swifts on later stand, 16cm high overall £80-120 1010 Cold painted bronze startled cat as a pin cushion, 13cm high, (lacking cushion) £50-80

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1011 Modern cast bronze of two horses heads, signed C. Morton, on marble base, 28cm high £100-200

1006 Charles Octave Levy, “Salome”, patinated bronze, signed on the base and with a plaque on the front, Height 83cm. £1000-2000 See Illustration

1015 1015 Late 19th century gilt bronze figure of a woman in formal dress riding side saddle, 23cm high £200-300 See Illustration

1012 1012 Gilt bronze casket with cherub surmount, urns and flowers in relief, stamped A B. Paris, 12cm x 12cm x 8.5cm £100-150 See Illustration 1013 19th century style bronze bust of a woman in classical form, 53cm high £100-200

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1016 Renzo Colombo (French, 1856-1885). A bronze bust of Napoleon, signed and dated 1885; ht 32cm £800-1200 See Illustration

1007 Auguste Nadaud, (French, 1835-1889) ‘La fileuse’, gilt bronze, 36cm high £300-500 See Illustration

1017 Pair of 19th century cast metal urns on shaped bases, 59cm high £100-200

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1018 1018 Pair of 19th century carved marble recumbent lions, 30cm long

£500-1000 See Illustration

1019 Tortoiseshell and bone cribbage board on bone feet together with 4 pegs 24cm long £60-100 1020 19th century blonde tortoiseshell card case

£30-50

1021 19th century Chinese lacquered games box containing nine dishes marked for Pope Joan, four angled boxes for mother of pearl and bone counters, (two lacking covers) and three rectangular boxes for mother of pearl and bone counters, receipt in base dated 1839. 38cm x 31cm £150-200 1022 19th century cream leather and brass bound dressing table box 35cm wide £60-100 1024

1023 19th century black leather writing box 36cm PLEASE NOTE: THIS ITEM CONTAINS OR IS MADE OF IVORY. Buyers must be aware that regulations of several countries, including USA, prohibit the import of ivory, or any goods containing ivory. Ewbank’s advise prospective purchasers who intend to ship this lot to another country that they must familiarise themselves with the relevant import/export regulations prior to bidding. They are responsible for their shipping arrangements and the onus is therefore on them to organise their own shipping. £50-80 1024 19th Century Indian rosewood and ivory inlaid ladies sewing/jewellery box, topped with two cupboard doors to reveal four drawers above base with fall front, interior with faux piano keys, 35cm x 33cm x 25cm PLEASE NOTE: THIS ITEM CONTAINS OR IS MADE OF IVORY. Buyers must be aware that regulations of several countries, including USA, prohibit the import of ivory, or any goods containing ivory. Ewbank’s advise prospective purchasers who intend to ship this lot to another country that they must familiarise themselves with the relevant import/export regulations prior to bidding. They are responsible for their shipping arrangements and the onus is therefore on them to organise their own shipping. £200-300 See Illustration

1026 1026 Victorian ‘The Royal Cabinet of Games’ burr yewwood, coromandel and satinwood games compendium, comprising Staunton pattern chess set, draughts/backgammon, cribbage board, bone dominoes, four packs of cards, horse racing game with six horses, fences and board, and four pairs of dice, 18cm x 33cm x 22.5cm £250-350 See Illustration

1025 19th century mahogany two canister tea caddy with nonoriginal mixing bowl, 30cm wide £40-60

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1027 Victorian oak and silver plated mounted decanter box containing four decanters, 26cm x 23cm x 23cm £150-250 See Illustration 1028 19th century rosewood tea caddy with mixing bowl and two compartments, 35cm wide £80-120

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1029 19th century domed top burr walnut tea caddy, the hinged top revealing two compartments, 20cm x 23cm £80-120 1030 19th century rosewood and brass bound dressing table box top inset with plaque reading ‘Mr Turner 1866’, interior with various silver plated topped bottles and boxes, 18cm x 33cm x 24cm £100-200

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1031 Early 19th century mahogany two compartment tea caddy with central glass bowl, 37cm wide, 19cm deep, 17cm high £60-80 1032 19th century rosewood writing box, the interior with two candle holders. 50cm wide, 25.5cm deep, 17cm high £60-80


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1033 1033 Spode Ptn 2/6770 D Marlborough Sprays, comprehensive dinner and tea service comprising, 44 dinner plates 27cm dia. 63 plates 22cm dia. (8 Luneville plates 22cm) 79 plates 19.5cm dia. (2 Luneville plates 19.5cm) 15 plates 17cm dia.5 shallow bowls 16cm dia. (10 Luneville deeper bowls 19cm dia). 16 shallow dishes 13cm dia. (2 Luneville shallow bowls 13cm) 27 soup bowls 12cm dia. 28 soup plates 18cm dia. 28 tea cups, 30 tea saucers saucers 14cm dia. 3 gravy boats, (1 gravy boat Luneville) and six stands, milk jug, cream jug, water jug, two sugar bowls, another with lid, two large tea pots, two smaller tea pots, 4 lidded tureens 20cm dia and 2 spare lids, a pair serving plates 37cm another 42cm and two Luneville serving plates 31cm and 26.5cm. (388) £400-600 See Illustration 1034 Hamersley & Co. for Thomas Goode & Co. green and gilt dessert service painted with vignettes of summer flowers signed D. Millington, comprising twelve plates, 20cm, three pairs of dishes, two sauce tureens an covers and two comports, Ptn. no. 6380 £100-200 1035 Pair of Dresden bowls with reticulated borders decorated with sprigs of flowers and another all 25cm diameter £50-100 1036 Joseph Roth of London, 19th century Staffordshire pottery majolica sardine dish and cover, impressed ‘JR’, 22.5cm wide £50-80

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1042 Pair of Wedgwood blue and white circular chargers transfer printed with racing yachts, 37cm diameter £60-120

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1043 Royal Worcester bow vase and cover, hand painted with roses and foliage by Albert Shuck, with pierced neck, gilt handles and swags, shape number 1428, date mark for 1914, 40cm high £800-1200 See Illustration

1037 Newhall, Chinese tea pot, 15cm £150-200 See Illustration

1044 20th century salt glazed pottery basket and cover, 23cm high £50-80

1038 Small collection of Ardmore Studio pottery to include a bowl with applied giraffe and flower decoration, 20cm diameter, two cups and saucers, jug, pot and cover and other items £100-200

1045 19th century Sunderland purple lustre Crimea Jug with verse, 14cm high £60-80

1039 Mintons blue ground twin handled vase with floral and gilt decoration, on square base, 25cm high £50-60

1047 Pair of Copelands exotic bird and insects plates, 23.5cm diameter, another with green border and vignettes of flowers, 25.5cm diameter, another painted with flowers and insects, 25cm diameter, another with gilt border painted with hanging rose baskets, 23cm diameter, and a Spode plate the blue ground with gilt foliage, 21cm diameter (6) £60-100

1040 Aynsley ‘Imperial Gold’ 194 part dinner service £100-150 1041 Copeland circular pottery tazza printed in brown with portraits of Albert emblematic of the Arts, Sciences and Education within black printed cartouche upon a green ground centred by Albert’s head in profile, the underside marked for the Art Union of London 1863, 42cm diameter £60-100

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1048 Royal Crown Derby vase the yellow ground with an inset painting of a coastline and sailing boats at sea,signed W D (William Dean) 11.5cm £60-80

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1049 Copelands cabinet plate in the Sevres style, 25cm diameter, Spode oriental pattern plate, 24cm diameter, another 24.5cm diameter, Coalport flower moulded plate, 26cm diameter, Royal Worcester plate, 23cm diameter, Coalport blue and gilt flower decorated plate, 23cm diameter, and two Mintons cabinet plates, (8) £80-120

1062 Selection of Herend animals each decorated in orange feather pattern, and seahorse figural group and fish £200-300 1063 Meissen monkey band figure in turquoise coat with gilt detail, 13cm high £80-120

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1064 Pair of Dresden figures of girls in floral dresses with cherubs whispering in their ears, 18cm and 19cm high £50-80

1051 19th century Royal Crown Derby Imari pattern service, 32 piecesEight 27cm bowls Eight 23cm bowls Eight 26cm plates Eight 20cm plates £300-500

1065 Meissen flower encrusted cup and saucer with twist handle £80-120

1052 Continental dessert service with pierced borders deccorated with sprays of flowers, comprising tall comport, 27.5cm high, a pair of low comports 8cm high and 12 plates 22.5cm dia. £50-100

1056 1056 Pair of 19th century Dresden figures of a man and a woman standing next to a stone plinth, cross swords mark to base, both 22cm high £200-300 See Illustration

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1053 1053 19th century porcelain plaque painted with The Madonna della Sedia after Raphael signed indistinctly to verso G Haimel in gilded frame 10cm diameter (porcelain panel) £60-90 See Illustration 1054 19th Century Dresden figure of a lady in a green jacket, 17cm high £80-120 1055 19th century Dresden figure of a gentleman holding a basket of flowers, 23cm high £80-120

1057 19th century Samson of Paris pair of vases decorated in the Worcester style with reserves of exotic birds and insects to a scale blue ground, 22cm high, (1 cover lacking), a similar jug, 18cm, oval dish, 29cm, pair of plates, 25cm and another plate 23cm. (7) £200-300 See Illustration 1058 Samson armorial mug in Chinese manner 12cm and plate 24cm £60-100 1059 Two cabinet cups, saucers and side plates painted with foliate swags, three cabinet cups with saucers, a Samson plate and four other pieces. £60-100 1060 Meissen porcelain plate with raised floral design in gilt, blue and white, 30cm diameter £80-100 1061 Herend part tea service, comprising seven cups, ten saucers, cream jug and sugar bowl, all decorated in puce with flowers and gilt highlights £80-120

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1066 Continental porcelain plaque painted with a young woman in white cloak and green dress, signed Hel. Pap. 1900, 17cm x 14cm £300-500 See Illustration 1067 Sitzendorf pierced trellis work basket supported by four putti, 32cm wide and a transfer printed fruit basket decorated with birds and flowers £50-80 1068 Early 20th century plaster figure in the form of a young woman leaning on an urn, in yellow, green and brown glazes, on circular base, inscribed in the plaster ‘R. Thiele. Made in Austria von Ernst Wahliss, June 2nd 1911’, and numbered ‘164’, 100cm high £100-200


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1069 1069 German figural porcelain mantel clock 31cm high, and a similar pair of covered urns £100-200 See Illustration

1073 Bing and Grondahl ‘Seagull’ pattern part dinner service, blue and white with gilt detail including tea pot and lid, coffee pot and lid, butter dish, 12 cups and saucers, sugar bowl and lid, 2 gravy boats on feet, 2 candle sticks, bread and butter dish and plate, 2 tazzas, cream jug, 3 veg bowls, 6 dinner plates, large oval plate, medium oval plate, 12 tea plates, 6 dessert dishes, 2 soup bowls. (68 pieces) £300-500 See Illustration 1074 Suite of Stuart glassware to include ten red wine glasses, seven white wine glasses, nine sherry glasses, six liqueur glasses, nine tazzas, and four slop bowls £100-200 1075 Pair of Baccarat style glass and gilt metal urns, both inscribed ‘Caron’, 47cm high £100-200

1070 1070 Pair of 19th century Meissen white glazed figural candelabra, under glazed blue crossed swords marks, 34cm high £200-300 See Illustration 1071 Sèvres parian figure of an old woman, (lacking hands) 15cm high £50-100

1076 1076 Waterford cut glass table candelabra with central prism flanked by candle holders hung with lustres 50cm high £200-300 See Illustration 1077 Nine glass ice-cream licks

£40-60

1072 1072 19th century Meissen figural group of shepherd and shepherdess, the couple seated and embracing each other, the woman with flowers and sheep to side, on a naturalistic rocky base, 19.5cm high £400-600 See Illustration

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1078 1078 Part set of Frankli Wild cast metal and glass drinking glasses, the bases cast in the form of wild animal’s heads, wine glasses, champagne glasses, port glasses, and water jug £300-500 See Illustration 1079 19th century cut glass water jug, 30cm high.

£60-80

1081 1081 George III cut glass boat shaped bowl with star and foliate decoration and dentil cut rim, raised on pedestal base to lemon squeeze foot, possibly Irish 36cm wide £200-300 See Illustration 1082 Pair of 19th century ale goblets engraved with hops and barley, initialled and dated 1829, on knopped stems, and a pair of ale glasses the panel cut bowls engraved with fruiting vines, (4) £70-100 1083 19th century ale goblet the inverted bell bowl engraved with two fighting game birds, titled ‘The Death’, 20cm high £40-60 1084 19th century ale glass the inverted bell bowl engraved with game birds on a knopped stem to fold over foot, a pair of liquor glasses enamelled with game birds and four other glasses £80-120

1080 1080 19th century ale ‘Friendship’ glass with inverted bell bowl, engraved with inscriptions and illustrations depicting a frieze of a skeleton figures drinking, for J Capel Esq. and dated 1836, on knopped foot £200-300 See Illustration

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1085 Pair of Masonic engraved glass rummers, pair of slice cut rummers on square pedestal feet, another engraved rummer and an oversize wine glass dated 1753, (6) £100-150

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COLLECTABLES

1101 Late 19th century cylinder music box, the three visible bells with flower finials and butterfly strikers, playing 8 airs, original song sheet. Faux rosewood and painted case. 48cm wide, 29cm deep, 22cm high. £100-200

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1102 Spruce topped and rosewood bodied mandolin, by Galtiero de Crossi, Napoli £50-80

1087 19th century Indian miniature of a ruin, in carved frame, 12cm x 11cm £40-60 1088 Chinese green crackle glazed bottle vase, 12.5cm high £80-120 1089 Car mascot in the form of a woman with cape, with lettering around the base, on later stand and over painted, 19cm high £30-50 1090 Pair of onyx and gilt metal mounted urns and covers, with mask and swag decoration on shaped bases, 30.5cm high £100-150 1091 Collection of 19th century papier mache, hand painted with flowers and insects including two wall pockets, two wall shelves, two boxes, a stationery rack and a pair of low comports, (9) £100-150

1103 Early 20th century German concertina by Steel Reeds £30-50 1093 1093 Tiffany style stained glass lamp, shade 57cm diameter £200-300 See Illustration 1094 Victorian Police Warning rattle, having a turned handle, and an associated print £40-60 1095 19th century style bust of a man, painted terracotta, 31cm high £80-120 1096 Quantity of bank notes, Radio Times 1940’s edition x 2, travel documents, letters from Royal Palaces and other ephemera £70-100

1092 1092 Three 19th century fans, French bone fan with scene of couples picking cherries, a Chinese mother-of-pearl fan ornately carved with people in a landscape, each stave arch topped and with different bird or animal, the guard stick carved with a dragon, and an ivory brise fan carved with figures among flowering branches PLEASE NOTE: THIS ITEM CONTAINS OR IS MADE OF IVORY. Buyers must be aware that regulations of several countries, including USA, prohibit the import of ivory, or any goods containing ivory. Ewbank’s advise prospective purchasers who intend to ship this lot to another country that they must familiarise themselves with the relevant import/export regulations prior to bidding. They are responsible for their shipping arrangements and the onus is therefore on them to organise their own shipping. £200-400 See Illustration

1097 Approximately twenty-eight Victorian photographic portraits mostly daguerreotypes of the Candler family, 1850/1860 £100-150 1098 Collection of mainly 19th century ‘Quakers’ autographs, a book of cut silhouettes with notations, three manuscript volumes of poetry and prose, a sketch book and three bank books £50-70 1099 19th century silhouettes of Elizabeth and Edward Candler, an early 19th century silhouette, and a pair of early 20th century silhouettes, (5) £30-50 1100 Phial of Queen Elizabeth II anointing oil, from Savory and Moore Ltd. Provenance: by family decent from J. D. Jamieson (the chemist who reformulated it following its destruction during WWII) to the vendors Grandfather. £50-150

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1104 1104 Ethiopian Borana people vessel for milk and water, the cover with applied Cowrie shell decoration, 27cm high, these items are usually made of fibres, wood and skin £50-80 See Illustration 1105 Tribal spear in hardwood with basket weave decorative bands, another two with barbed edges and another of plain design, the longest 244cm long £100-150 1106 20th century hardwood Knobkerrie with bulbous metal collar to the top of the stick, 115cm long £60-100 1107 1989 Graham’s late bottled vintage port £30-50 1108 Hine Old Vintage Tres Vielle Grande Champagne Cognac in presentation box £80-120

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1114 Charles Stonham - The Birds of the British Islands, pub. London 1906, complete in five cloth and gilt volumes, illustrations by Lilian M. Medland £50-100 1115 Nightingale (Florence): ‘Notes on Nursing...’ London, Harrison, 1859 1109 1109 Two bottles, Hine Antique Tres Vieille Fine Champagne Cognac, in original boxes £100-200 See Illustration 1110 Four Bells Limited edition Christmas decanters and a collection of miniatures £60-100 1111 Collection of postcards and cigarette cards £60-100 1112 Collection of cigarette cards etc., mostly in albums £30-50

£40-60

1116 Jubileumi Marton Album 1906 1936,Publisher: Klosz Gy. Es Fia - Marton L. Muterme, Budapest Margit-Korut, 1936 signed by the author £80-120 1117 Scrap book, relating to Lieutenant E M Forbes Taylor, and another Victorian scrap album £50-100 1118 Folio Society - ‘The History of England’, 12 volumes, all in slip cases £60-100 1119 Ian Fleming ‘On Her Majesty’s Secret Service’, 1st edition, and William Golding ‘Lord of The Flies’, 1st edition, eighth impression £30-50

1120 Late 19th/early 20th century ivory and feather fan painted in gilt and colours with birds, insects, flowers and foliage, in glass fronted case, case 32.5cm x 53cm PLEASE NOTE: THIS ITEM CONTAINS OR IS MADE OF IVORY. Buyers must be aware that regulations of several countries, including USA, prohibit the import of ivory, or any goods containing ivory. Ewbank’s advise prospective purchasers who intend to ship this lot to another country that they must familiarise themselves with the relevant import/export regulations prior to bidding. They are responsible for their shipping arrangements and the onus is therefore on them to organise their own shipping. £50-80 1121 V. Chr. Schilling percussion pistol with cross hatched hand grip and engraved lock plate and 19th Century Continental Percussion Cap Service Pistol, the lock plate stamped 1811. (2) £80-120 1122 Four 19th century percussion cap pocket pistols £80-120 1123 Four 19th century percussion cap pocket pistols £60-80

1113 Early 20th century album of postcards £60-100

1124 1124 Military Cross group of medals, to REV W. R. A. Brown, 6th Yorkshire Regt. in leather case with full supporting paperwork including citation Comprising Military Cross (cased), Medal of the Order of the British Empire, (O.B.E. - Military) (cased), 1914-1918 War Medal, Victory Medal, Territorial medal, (cased), Defence medal, Middlesex County silver Jubilee medal Captain Wilfred Rowland Alexis Brown attached 6th Battn. Yorkshire Regiment. Citation reads, “During the operations on March 23rd 1919, near Bolshe-Ozerki, this officer went forward with “C” coy and under very heavy M.G. fire, re-organised the stretcher bearers and attended to the wounded by pulling them out of the deep snow and dressing their wounds. It was chiefly owing to his energy and disregard for personal danger that all of the wounded of this company were evacuated. This officer did not leave the front line until the whole Coy had retired. Other items included in this lot are Major General Ironside’s letter conferring the Military Cross, other letters and a photograph of Captain Brown in uniform with his wife. Provenance: by direct family descent. £2000-3000 See Illustration

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FINE ART & PRINTS This section of sale will not start before 11:30am Artists Resale Right: Buyers of lots executed by qualifying artists are subject to ARR payments which will be added to the purchaser’s invoice. Where possible such lots are marked in the catalogue with a §. The charge will be applied only where the hammer price exceeds 1,000 Euros and will be a maximum of 4%, for full details visit www.dacs.co.uk or phone +44 (0) 0845 410 3410.

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1127 19th century seascape with a French boat heading out to sea and English boats beyond, figures on the quayside in the foreground, unsigned, oil on canvas, 51cm x 74cm £600-800 See Illustration

1130 Follower of Jacopo Bassano, scene with figures around a table, oil on panel, 46cm x 68cm Provenance: Collection bought at London auction houses by the vendor’s grandfather over 50 years ago. Not seen on the open market since then. £400-600 See Illustration

1125 1125 § Sherree Valentine Daines, b. 1959, winter landscape, signed with initials, oil on canvas, 14cm x 19cm, Park Lane Fine Arts sticker verso. Please note that Artists Resale Right is additionally payable on this lot up to a maximum of 4% on top of the hammer price (visit www.dacs.org.uk for more information). £800-1200 See Illustration

1128 1128 § Sherree Valentine Daines, b. 1959, resting nude, signed with initials, oil on board, 52cm x 80cm Provenance: To the current vendor from the artist’s family. Please note that Artists Resale Right is additionally payable on this lot up to a maximum of 4% on top of the hammer price (visit www.dacs.org.uk for more information). £3000-5000 See Illustration

1131 1131 Copley Fielding 1787-1855, highland landscape with cattle and horse, signed, oil on canvas, 67cm x 87cm Provenance: Collection bought at London auction houses by the vendor’s grandfather over 50 years ago. Not seen on the open market since then. £300-500 See Illustration 1132 Manner of Edward Aistrop, pair of oils on board, Studies of Terriers, each 14.5cm x 19cm £200-300 1133 19th century English School oil on canvas, cottage in a landscape, monogrammed ‘G.C.’ (?) and dated 1860 (on rocks in foreground), 59cm x 74cm, within an embossed gilt frame £200-300

1126 1126 § Sherree Valentine Daines, b. 1959, three boys fishing in a woodland stream, signed with initials, oil on board, 22cm x 12.5cm Provenance: Bought from Park Lane Fine Art. Please note that Artists Resale Right is additionally payable on this lot up to a maximum of 4% on top of the hammer price (visit www.dacs.org.uk for more information). £800-1200 See Illustration

1129 1129 Attributed to Nicolaes Berchem, holy family in a landscape, oil on canvas, 38cm x 41cm Provenance: Collection bought at London auction houses by the vendor’s grandfather over 50 years ago. Not seen on the open market since then. £800-1200 See Illustration

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1134 1134 John Hoppner RA (1758-1810 ) Full length portrait of Thomas Norton Esq of Kingston- Bowsey Sussex with gilt-gesso frame mounted with a plaque 241cm x 150cm ÂŁ6000-10000 See Illustration

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1135 1135 § Otto Dill, German (1884-1957) oil on board, A lion hunt with Bedouin warriors signed lower left, 47cm x 68cm, Gallery Label verso, Monaco Fine Arts, April 1981 Please note that Artists Resale Right is additionally payable on this lot up to a maximum of 4% on top of the hammer price (visit www.dacs.org.uk for more information). £4000-6000 See Illustration

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1136 19th century interior scene with an old lady sitting at a table with a bowl of mice and a plate of cherries, unsigned, oil on canvas, 70cm x 60cm £150-200

1137 1137 Josse Impens Belgium Interior scene with two ladies oil oil on board signed, inscribed verso and attached letter 75cm x 57cm £400-600 See Illustration

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1138 1138 Joseph Paulman (Active 1880-1900) landscape with figure fishing from a boat, signed, oil on canvas, 29cm x 39cm, With auction purchase receipt from Phillips, London £300-500 See Illustration

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1139 Pair of 19th century roundel seascapes with ships at sea, unsigned, oil on board, 17.5cm diameter, possibly William Adolphus Knell £300-500 See Illustration 1140 19th century English school, landscape with figures, donkey and a campfire, unsigned, oil on oak panel, 10.5cm x 14.5cm £60-100 1141 L Chapelle oil on canvas depicting a small boy on a pony with small girl in a white dress feeding it signed indistinctly lower left 59cm x 49cm £100-150

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1142 1142 § Sherree Valentine Daines, b. 1959, ‘Charlotte’, signed with initials, inscribed verso, oil on board, 42cm x 36.5cm Please note that Artists Resale Right is additionally payable on this lot up to a maximum of 4% on top of the hammer price (visit www.dacs.org.uk for more information). £4000-6000 See Illustration

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1150 Don Vaughan (1916-?) - rural landscape with figure, oil on canvas, signed, 40cm x 60cm £50-100 1151 19th century Dutch school, tavern interior, oil on panel, 21cm x 18cm £100-150

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1152 1143 1143 § Sherree Valentine Daines, b. 1959, ‘Shrimping’, signed with initials, oil on board, 34cm x 21.5cm, Please note that Artists Resale Right is additionally payable on this lot up to a maximum of 4% on top of the hammer price (visit www.dacs.org.uk for more information). £3000-5000 See Illustration

1152 John Stillman - ‘Water traffic at the Rialto, Venice’, signed, inscribed, titled and dated 2007 verso, 49.5cm x 60cm £600-800 See Illustration

1155 § Fred Cuming, b.1930 - beach landscape with clouds, signed, oil on board, 9.5cm x 7.5cm Please note that Artists Resale Right is additionally payable on this lot up to a maximum of 4% on top of the hammer price (visit www.dacs.org.uk for more information). £300-500 See Illustration

1156 1144 Oil on canvas, farm cart on a track, signed By G 1834, 17cm x 25cm, (cut and stuck to modern board), oil on canvas, fishing boats on a beach, 30cm x 50cm, (2) £40-60 1145 Bartram Hiles (1872-1927), ‘Evening Purley, Surrey’, watercolour, signed, 28cm x 74cm £40-60 1146 Edgar Longstaffe, pair of landscape scenes with figures, signed with initials, oil on board, each 17cm x 26cm, one with Bourne Gallery label and inscription verso £150-250

1153 1153 § Ken Moroney - ‘My big Bruvver’, Worthing’, two children on a beach, signed, oil on board, inscribed verso, 41cm x 51cm Please note that Artists Resale Right is additionally payable on this lot up to a maximum of 4% on top of the hammer price (visit www.dacs.org.uk for more information). £600-800 See Illustration

1156 § Ken Moroney - ‘Misty morning, the lagoon, Venice’, signed, oil on board, inscribed and with stamped monogram verso, 30.5cm x 35.5cm Please note that Artists Resale Right is additionally payable on this lot up to a maximum of 4% on top of the hammer price (visit www.dacs.org.uk for more information). £400-600 See Illustration

1147 Two oils on board of maritime scenes in gilt frames, indistinctly signed, 20cm x 14cm and 22cm x 15.5cm £80-120 1148 T Sampson - fishing boat at anchor, oil on canvas, signed, 28cm x 45cm £40-60 1149 Albert Milton Drinkwater (1862-1923) cattle watering in a mountainous landscape, signed, 75cm x 54cm £100-150

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1154 1154 Llewellyn Petley-Jones 1908-1986 - ‘Artist’s and Windmill’, signed and dated ‘69, oil on board, inscribed verso, 17.5cm x 36cm £200-300 See Illustration

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1157 1157 Sharyn Jennings, two girls playing in a rockpool, signed with initials, oil on board, 30.5cm x 22cm, NOTE: Sharyn Jennings is the sister of Sherree Valentine Daines. £600-800 See Illustration


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1161 Margaret Palmer, ‘Picnic on the sands’, signed, oil on board, 23.5cm x 29cm Provenance: The Reid Gallery, Godalming label verso. £300-500 See Illustration

1163 § Ken Moroney, ‘Melony pole dancer’, signed, oil on board, stamped monogram verso, 18.5cm x 23.5cm Please note that Artists Resale Right is additionally payable on this lot up to a maximum of 4% on top of the hammer price (visit www.dacs.org.uk for more information). £400-600 See Illustration

1158 1158 § Ken Moroney, partially nude woman in suspenders and a cape, signed, oil on board, stamped monogram verso, 30.5cm x 18cm Please note that Artists Resale Right is additionally payable on this lot up to a maximum of 4% on top of the hammer price (visit www.dacs.org.uk for more information). £400-600 See Illustration

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1159 1159 § Ronald Ossory Dunlop, 1894-1973, ‘Summer Regatta’, signed, oil on board, 18.5cm x 32cm Please note that Artists Resale Right is additionally payable on this lot up to a maximum of 4% on top of the hammer price (visit www.dacs.org.uk for more information). £600-800 See Illustration

1162 § Sharyn Jennings, ‘Summer Holidays’, signed with initials, oil on board, 28cm x 18cm, NOTE: Sharyn Jennings is the sister of Sherree Valentine Daines. Please note that Artists Resale Right is additionally payable on this lot up to a maximum of 4% on top of the hammer price (visit www.dacs.org.uk for more information). £500-800 See Illustration

1164 § Edward Wesson, 1910-1983, canal scene with barge and bridge, signed, oil on board, 18.5cm x 24.5cm Please note that Artists Resale Right is additionally payable on this lot up to a maximum of 4% on top of the hammer price (visit www.dacs.org.uk for more information). £400-600 See Illustration

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1160 John Lawrence, ‘The Secret Garden’, signed, oil on board, 19cm x 24.5cm £200-300

1165 Douglas Falconer, ‘The river Tweed above Melrose, Scotland’, signed, oil on board, 23.5cm x 34cm £300-500 See Illustration

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1166 § Trevor Chamberlain (b.1933), ‘Union Flags, The Mall’, signed, oil on board, 17cm x 24.5cm Provenance: The Mall Galleries label verso. Please note that Artists Resale Right is additionally payable on this lot up to a maximum of 4% on top of the hammer price (visit www.dacs.org.uk for more information). £600-800 See Illustration

1168 Attributed to Frederick R Fitzgerald, Balholm, Norway, oil on canvas, unsigned, 45cm x 65cm Provenance: Entered for auction by the artist’s grandson. £200-400 See Illustration 1169 18th century portrait on copper, of a lady in a blue dress, 18cm x 12cm £80-120

1167 1167 § Norman Wilkinson ( British 1878 - 1971 ) Harwich harbour, oil on canvas, signed, 45cm x 60cm Please note that Artists Resale Right is additionally payable on this lot up to a maximum of 4% on top of the hammer price (visit www.dacs.org.uk for more information). £1000-1500 See Illustration 1170 1170 § Ruskin Spear (1911-1990), Portrait of Richard William Dades Preston, oil on canvas, unsigned, inscription on frame, 57cm x 43cm Please note that Artists Resale Right is additionally payable on this lot up to a maximum of 4% on top of the hammer price (visit www.dacs.org.uk for more information). £200-300 See Illustration 1171 19th century, oil on board, ship in full sail ‘HMS Water Witch’, 31cm x 42cm £100-200

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1172 1172 § Sherree Valentine Daines, b.1959. ‘Two children holding hands’, signed with initials, oil on board, 31cm x 21.5cm Provenance: Copy of purchase receipt from Park Lane Fine Arts. Please note that Artists Resale Right is additionally payable on this lot up to a maximum of 4% on top of the hammer price (visit www.dacs.org.uk for more information). £2500-3500 See Illustration

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1174 Clark, oil on canvas depicting an Arab Dhow, signed and dated ‘67 lower right, 60cm x 90cm £180-220

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1173 1173 § James Noble (British 1919-1989), still-life of Rhododendrons in mauve, yellow white and red, signed lower right, 49cm x 59cm Please note that Artists Resale Right is additionally payable on this lot up to a maximum of 4% on top of the hammer price (visit www.dacs.org.uk for more information). £600-800 See Illustration

1175 Arthur Gilbert, night landscape, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1889, 20cm x 28cm, hand written label verso, and another landscape with figure on a track, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1889, 20cm x 28cm, (2) £200-300 See Illustration 1176 T. Forbes, seascape with boats beneath a cliff, oil on canvas, signed. 25cm x 35cm, together with an unsigned oil on canvas of a tavern interior, 37cm x 55cm, (2) £50-100

1177 1177 William Gilbert Foster (1855-1906), ‘Silver Stream’, oil on canvas, signed and dated 94, 84cm x 150cm Provenance: David Messum Gallery £2000-3000 See Illustration 1178 Sydney Foley (1916-2001), ‘Low Water River Medway’, oil on board, signed, 30cm x 40cm £120-150

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1187 Benzanini, lagoon side scene with boats, possibly Venice, signed, oil on canvas laid on board, 39cm x 49cm £150-250 1188 Dutch School 17th century, portrait of a gentleman, oil on panel, unsigned, in oval gilt foliate frame £150-250 1189 Roy Perry (1935-1993), ‘Windsor Castle from Home Park’, oil on board, signed, 50cm x 76cm £150-250

1179 1179 David Dipnall, ‘Visitors’, oil on canvas, signed, 46cm x 61cm £200-400 See Illustration

1184 1184 § Sherree Valentine Daines, b.1959. oil on board, ‘Summer Among The Poppies’, signed, 24cm x 12cm, certificate of valuation and original invoice from the Whitewall Galleries. Please note that Artists Resale Right is additionally payable on this lot up to a maximum of 4% on top of the hammer price (visit www.dacs.org.uk for more information). £1500-2500 See Illustration

1180 David Dipnall ‘Summer Fields’, oil on canvas, signed, 40cm x 51cm £200-300 See Illustration

1192 Pair of marine paintings, fishing boats off a harbour, oil on board, signed with the initials ‘GM’ 22cm x 29.5cm £50-100

1181 20th century continental school, figures in a landscape, unsigned, 49cm x 59cm £60-100

1185 1185 § Sherree Valentine Daines, b.1959. oil on board, ‘Poppy Breeze’, signed, 15cm x 20cm, with certificate of valuation and invoice from Whitewall Galleries. Please note that Artists Resale Right is additionally payable on this lot up to a maximum of 4% on top of the hammer price (visit www.dacs.org.uk for more information). £1500-2500 See Illustration

1183 1183 § Sherree Valentine Daines, b.1959. Oil on Board, Shoreline View, signed, certificate of valuation and invoice from Whitewall Galleries, 12cm x 17cm Please note that Artists Resale Right is additionally payable on this lot up to a maximum of 4% on top of the hammer price (visit www.dacs.org.uk for more information). £1500-2500 See Illustration

1190 Derek Hyatt (1931-2015), two landscapes, oil on board, unsigned, one with New Art Centre Gallery label verso, each 24cm x 30cm £400-600 See Illustration 1191 Pair, marine paintings, oil on canvas, signed with the monogram ‘JB’ 15cm x 20cm, with original gilt gesso frames £50-100

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1182 19th century portrait of a lady, unsigned, oil on canvas, 28cm x 22cm £50-100

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1193 J Wheeler, rural scene with horse watering, oil on board, (inscribed verso) 21cm x 27cm £40-60 1194 E Wood, four rural landscapes, watercolours, signed, in circular mounts, 18cm diameter £50-100 1195 H. Hardy, woman with a donkey and dog, signed, oil on board, 14.5cm x 19.5cm £80-120 1196 Robert John Hammond, landscape, oil on canvas, signed, 45cm x 29cm and another with figures on a bridge, 24cm x 35cm £100-150

1186 1186 W. Dommerson 1850-1927, ‘Modena, Italy’, landscape with figures on a sea cliff road, signed, oil on canvas, 49cm x 75cm £600-1000 See Illustration Buyers premium, at 27% inclusive of VAT, is payable on every lot in this sale. For late collection, storage and credit card charges see page 2

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1197 1197 Lucien Pissarro (French, 1863-1944), ‘A Country Lane’, signed and dated 1892, oil on canvas, 42cm x 50cm, verso with unfinished portrait and Fox Gallery label Provenance: Fox Galleries, (1978), Collection of David W. Hughes, purchased from Galerie Vachet Paris. £3000-5000 See Illustration

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1198 1198 Isaac Michael Cohen (Australian, 1884-1951), “Portrait of a girl with a green shawl”, oil on canvas, signed 105cm x 70cm, Cedar House Gallery label verso. £2000-3000 See Illustration

1199 Continental school, cottage garden, feeding the chickens, oil on canvas, signed indistinctly, 39cm x 29cm £300-500

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1200 1200 § Marcel Dyf (French, 1899-1985). ‘Shades of Spring’. Still life of flowers, signed, oil on canvas. 57cm x 48cm. Provenance: Framed with Stacy-Marks Gallery label verso, stock number: D2555. Please note that Artists Resale Right is additionally payable on this lot up to a maximum of 4% on top of the hammer price (visit www.dacs.org.uk for more information). £4000-6000 See Illustration 1201 Mervyn Goode (British, b.1948). ‘Hampshire Downland Under Snow’, signed oil on canvas. 63cm x 91cm. £200-400

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1213 Herbert Railton, original illustrations for Moated Houses by W. Outram Tristram, sold with a copy of the book, ‘Kentwell’, pencil drawing, 39cm x 44cm, ‘Moyns Court’, pencil drawing, 42cm x 31cm, ‘Morton Hall’, Indian ink, 34cm x 25cm and ‘The Towers of Florence’ pencil drawing 33cm x 23cm, with Blackburn Museum booklet, (4) £150-200 1202 (part lot) 1202 De Smet, pair, cottages with river and track in the foreground, Bears signature G. De Smet Obelisk Galley label verso. 50cm x 70cm £1000-1500 See Illustration 1203 Leon William Hanson (1918-2011), ‘Early morning Capertree’, signed, oil on board, 41cm x 51cm Provenance: Artlovers Gallery label verso. £60-100

1209 1209 Peter McDermott, four Scottish landscape watercolours, ‘Summer Sun on the Isle of Pabay - From Broadford Bay’, ‘Across the Sound of Sleat to Beinn Sgritheal’, ‘From Lochalsh to Sgurr na Coinnich-Skye’, and ‘Early Evening Ardvasar Bay - Skye’, all signed and dated, 25cm x 48cm (3), and 16cm x 49cm, within larger mounts and frames £400-600 See Illustration

1214 Seven framed 19th century drawings of characters, one with the note: Possibly by Percival Cruikshank £50-100 1215 P Rigaud, portrait of a young woman, pastel, signed and dated 1856, 56cm x 44cm £50-100

1204 19th century continental school, landscape with figures by a river and mountains beyond, unsigned, oil on oak panel, 24cm x 29.5cm £100-200 1205 K. Meyer-Nieting, Blumenmarkt in Holland, signed, oil on canvas, 59cm x 80cm £100-150 1206 Harry Harendel, riverscape with windmill, signed, oil on canvas, 77cm x 69cm £100-150 1207 After Rembrandt, portrait of a soldier, oil on canvas, 60cm x 48cm £150-250 1208 Dutch school, river scene, oil on panel, signed indistinctly, 21cm x 31cm £50-100

1210 1210 Peter McDermott, five Scottish landscape watercolours, ‘Alone in Glen Kinglass’, ‘The Raasay Ferry in Tianavaig Bay’, ‘Autumn Sun at Eilean Donan Castle’, ‘Across Locheishort to Blaven-Skye Early Spring’, and another, all signed and dated lower right each approx 25cm x 45cm (slight variations in size), within larger mounts and frames £500-800 See Illustration 1211 Joseph Wolf, drawings, Eagles in a landscape and a Falcon, one signed in pencil, dated 1876, each 59cm x 92cm £100-150 1212 19th century charcoal study of a nude, unsigned, 26cm x 22cm £40-60

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1216 1216 19th century portrait miniature of a military gentlemen, in red tunic with epaulettes, painted on ivory, in gilt and leather travelling frame, 9.5cm x 6.5cm PLEASE NOTE: THIS ITEM CONTAINS OR IS MADE OF IVORY. Buyers must be aware that regulations of several countries, including USA, prohibit the import of ivory, or any goods containing ivory. Ewbank’s advise prospective purchasers who intend to ship this lot to another country that they must familiarise themselves with the relevant import/export regulations prior to bidding. They are responsible for their shipping arrangements and the onus is therefore on them to organise their own shipping. £150-250 See Illustration

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1217 Pair of 19th century watercolours, inscribed on the back boards, Penry Williams, Rimini & Naples, each 25.5cm x 36.5cm £100-150

1225 John Hoar, 20th century, street scene, signed watercolour, 34cm x 46cm £80-100 1226 Harold Frank Hoar, 1909-1976, street scene, signed watercolour, 40cm x 55cm £150-200 1227 Harold Frank Hoar, 1909-1976, street scene, signed watercolour, 32cm x 40cm £150-200

1237 Richard Robjent - ‘Pair of Widgeon’, signed, gouache, 24.5cm x 33cm Provenance: Malcolm Innes Gallery label verso. £100-150 1238 Richard Robjent - ‘Pair of Garganey’, signed, gouache, 24.5cm x 33cm Provenance: Malcolm Innes Gallery label verso. £100-150

1228 John Horne, 20th century, signed watercolour of a boat, 36cm x 53cm £80-100 1218 1218 Walter Tyndale (1855/59-1943) town on a mount watercolour, 35.5cm x 25cm. £200-300 See Illustration

1229 John Hoar, 20th century, still-life of flowers, signed, watercolour, 36cm x 40cm £80-100

1239 1239 H. B. Willis - figure and cattle in a landscape, signed, watercolour, 31cm x 50cm £200-300 See Illustration 1240 J. S. Gresley - landscape with waterfall and figures by a mill, signed and dated 1902, watercolour, 57cm x 39cm £100-200 1230

1219 1219 Walter Tyndale (1855/59-1943) Menton port view watercolour, 34cm x 24.5cm. Signed. £300-500 See Illustration 1220 Style of Myles Birket Foster (1825 - 1899) Venice, monogrammed watercolour £200-300 1221 W. Evans of Bristol, three drawings in one frame unsigned note verso reading, ‘William Evans (1809-1958) Provenance: Martyn Gregory Gallery London’ the largest drawing 13cm x 10cm £30-50 1222 19th century English school, landscape scene, watercolour, inscribed in the mount ‘View from Greenwich Park looking over Deptford, by Phillips R. A.’, 17cm x 26.5cm £60-100 1223 Gerald E Moira RWS (1867-1959) watercolour, Early Spring depicting trees with Fine Art Society Label 37cm x 24cm £150-250 1224 In the manner of Louis Wain, a cat with pussy cat bow and hat in the form of fruit 29cm x 22cm £200-400

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1230 Dudley Hardy (R.I. 1865-1922) ‘Resting’, watercolour, signed, 43cm x 54cm £400-600 See Illustration 1231 Emil Axel Krause (German) fishing boats beneath a castle, watercolour, signed, 30cm x 44cm £100-150 1232 Emil Axel Krause (German), fishing boats beneath a castle, watercolour, signed, 34cm x 52cm £100-150 1233 George Oyston (1861-1937), ‘Lustleigh Cleave, Lustleigh, Dartmoor, Devon’, watercolour, signed, 36cm x 52cm £50-100 1234 Gabriel Hippolyte Lebas (1812-1880), figures in a landscape, watercolour, signed, 27cm x 46cm £100-150 1235 Herbert George (1863-?), rural landscape with sheep in the foreground, watercolour, signed, 35cm x 51cm and another Edward Tucker (c.1847-1910), rural landscape, watercolour, signed, 20cm x 49cm £60-100 1236 Edward Tucker (Arden) (c.1847-1910) ‘The Dungeon Loch’, watercolour, signed, 44cm x 71cm £50-80

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1241 Richard Robjent - ‘A loch at Cowhill, Dumfries (Mallard)’, signed, watercolour, 35.5cm x 51cm Provenance: Richard Robjent and Malcolm Innes Gallery label verso. £100-200 1242 Richard Robjent - ‘The Thaw Common and Jack Snipe’, signed, gouache, 52cm x 37cm Provenance: Richard Robjent label verso. £100-200 1243 Charles Bone - ‘Theoule sur mer’, signed, watercolour, 53cm x 73cm £80-120 1244 Arthur Henry Enock (1839-1917) - moored sailing boat, signed, 35cm x 50cm £80-120 1245 George Wolfe (1834-1890), sailing ship at sunset, signed, watercolour, 21cm x 30cm £400-600 See Illustration 1246 Arthur Henry Enock (1839-1917), landscape with river, signed, watercolour, 35cm x 51cm £60-100 1247 P L Forbes, figure amongst dunes with the sea in the background, signed, watercolour, 16cm x 24cm £100-150


1248 P L Forbes, landscape with river, bridge and buildings, signed, watercolour, 17cm x 24.5cm £100-150 1249 P L Forbes, landscape with cottages and women in a group outside, signed, watercolour, 16cm x 24.5cm £100-150 1250 J Malkin (Welsh), pencil study ‘Afon Glaslyn Gorge’, signed and dated, 28cm x 34cm £40-60 1251 Vernon Wethered (1865-1952), ‘Raglan Castle’, signed and dated 1927, watercolour, 24cm x 36cm £30-50 1252 Ernst Rusch (German 1886-1954) Maritime scene, with moored rigged sailing ship, signed and dated ‘45, pen and ink 24cm x 19cm £40-60

1257 1257 § Ken Howard, b. 1932, ‘Rive Degli Schiavoni, Venice’, signed and dated ‘9 86’, watercolour, 16cm x 25cm Please note that Artists Resale Right is additionally payable on this lot up to a maximum of 4% on top of the hammer price (visit www.dacs.org.uk for more information). £800-1200 See Illustration

1260 1260 Vicente de Paredes, 1845-1903, ‘The musicians’, signed, watercolour, 28cm x 39cm £500-800 See Illustration

1253 G D Paulraj (Indian 1914-1979), signed, watercolour, 23cm x 33cm £40-60 1254 Thomas William Morley (1859-1925) ‘Lullingstone Park Kent’, watercolour, signed, 25.5cm x 35.5cm £80-120 1255 In the manner of Charles Cattermole, interior scene with figures around a fire and another figure in a cave mouth, watercolour with chalk, 33.5cm x 48cm £60-100

1261 1261 Tom Browne (1872-1910), two figures on a pathway, signed, watercolour, dated ‘97, 36cm x 27cm £200-300 See Illustration

1258 1258 § John Cyril Harrison, 1898-1985, ‘A Cream coloured Courser, Blakeney’, signed, watercolour, 24.5cm x 16.5cm, handwritten label verso Please note that Artists Resale Right is additionally payable on this lot up to a maximum of 4% on top of the hammer price (visit www.dacs.org.uk for more information). £250-350 See Illustration 1256 1256 Mary Remington - ‘The model reads a book’, signed, pastel, labels verso, 36cm x 26cm £200-300 See Illustration

1259 Frasier, waves breaking on a beach, signed and dated ‘97, watercolour, 30.5cm x 47.5cm £60-100

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1262 Marjorie Best, ‘Roses’, signed, pastel on paper, 45cm x 35cm Provenance: With original purchase receipt from The Art Centre, Syon Park. £100-150 1263 Judy Boyes (British 1943) ‘The Tarn in Winter’, watercolour, signed, 35cm x 49cm £80-120 1264 Arthur Wilde Parsons (1854-1931) beach scene, watercolour, signed, 14cm x 31cm £60-100 1265 Continental school, cathedral interior, unsigned, 30cm x 23cm and a watercolour of a mare and foal, signed indistinctly, 16cm x 24cm £30-50

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1266 1266 Thomas Rowlandson, ‘A Grave Subject’, ink and watercolour, 15cm x 23cm £600-800 See Illustration 1267 In the Manor of William Etty, woman and child study with blue wash, 13cm x 7cm £50-100 1268 John Scarlet Davis, (1804-1845), four pencil drawings of infants in classical form, gallery label verso, 22cm x 25cm, 21cm x 26cm, 22cm x 25cm and 21cm x 26cm £100-200 1269 William Russell Flint (1880-1969) landscape signed watercolour 21cm x 26cm £100-200 1270 Two watercolour portraits of young women, unsigned, 30cm x 23cm £20-40

1273 1273 Frank Galsworthy (1863-?) Still life of 19th century porcelain, signed, watercolour, 50cm x 60cm £200-300 See Illustration 1274 Frank Galsworthy (1863-?), ‘Primula Blue Peter’, signed, watercolour, 38cm x 26cm

£80-120

1275 Frank Galsworthy (1863-?), Primula Scapicera’, signed, watercolour, 17cm x 35cm

£80-120

1276 Fred J Knowles (British, 1874-1931). Two signed watercolours ‘On The Common’ (23cm x 33cm) and ‘November Ploughing’ (26cm x 37cm). Provenance: T. Rowlands Gallery label to reverse of ‘November Ploughing’ (2). £100-150

1271 1271 Louis Van Staaten (Dutch 1836-1909), Dutch river scene with barges and windmills, signed, watercolour, 40cm x 60cm £150-250 See Illustration 1272 Louis Van Staaten (Dutch 1836-1909), watercolour, Dutch river scene with barges and windmills, signed, 35cm x 55cm £150-250

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1277 1277 Thomas Daniell, coloured aquatint, ‘Gate of the Tomb of the Emperor Akbar at Secundra near Agra’ (India), published by Robert Bowyer November 1795, Plate No. IX, aperture measuring 46.5cm x 60cm £200-300 See Illustration

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1280A Shetland Islands - Ratter, J.D. “Evening. Shetland”, “Whiteness Voe”, “Hams Roe”, “Fitful Head”, with some hand colouring, 24cm x 30.5cm £100-150

1287 Cecil Aldin ‘Hyde Park’, ‘Brighton’, a pair of chromolithographs, in original ebonised oak frames, 22cm x 50cm £50-100

1278 1278 Thomas Daniell, coloured aquatint, ‘The Taje Mahel at Agra’ (India), published by Robert Bowyer July 1796, Plate No. XVIII, aperture measuring 46.5cm x 60cm £200-300 See Illustration

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1281 1281 Four early 19th century aquatints, after original paintings produced from sketches by Capt. Grindlay, Indian scenes; ‘The Rajah of Cutch with his Vassals’, ‘The Shaking Minarets at Ahmedabad’ both coloured by Hogarth, ‘View of the Bridge near Baroda in Guzerat’, and ‘Ancient Temple at Hulwad’, each aperture approx 27cm x 29cm £150-200 See Illustration

1279 1279 William Daniell after Thomas Daniell, coloured aquatint, ‘South East View of the Port St. George, Madras’ (India), published by Thomas Daniell September 1797, Plate No. VII, aperture measuring 46.5cm x 60cm £200-300 See Illustration

1280 1280 William Daniell after Thomas Daniell, coloured aquatint, ‘The Rock of Tritchinopoly on the River Cauvery’ (India), published by Thomas Daniell December 1797, Plate No. XIX, aperture measuring 46.5cm x 60cm £200-300 See Illustration

1282 Robert William Arthur Rouse, British (1867-1951), etching, scene of the Thames, signed in pencil and dated 1946, and AlfredLouis Brunet-Debaines (1845-1939), after Joseph Turner (1775-1851) two etchings on a single sheet of paper, 12cm x 9cm and 12.5cm x 9.5cm £60-80 1283 Claude Hamilton Rowbotham, British (1864-1949) limited edition aquatint etchings signed in pencil, unframed: ‘St Mawes’ 7cm x 4cm, ‘St. Just in Roseland’ 6cm x 8cm, ‘Carbis Bay’ 22.5cm x 7.5cm, ‘York (The Shambles)’ ‘Micklegate Bar’, ‘The Reed bed’, ‘Pendennis Castle, Falmouth’ and ‘Flushing’, (8 in total) £100-150 1284 William Lionel Wyllie, British (1851-1931) etching, signed in pencil, framed and glazed, 19cm x 8cm £80-120

1288 After J. Sturgess, engd. E.G. Hester ‘Conyngham Cup 1872, Punchestown’ set of four hand coloured racing prints, published by Thos. Cranfield, Dublin, & Ackerman, London 1874: ‘The Start’, ‘The Double’, ‘The Stonewall’, ‘The Finish’, each 48cm x 75cm, (4) Provenance: The Parker Gallery. £400-600 See Illustration

1289 1289 § Sherree Valentine Daines, ‘Seaside Dreams’ coloured textured print, hand enhanced canvas, No. 55/195, with certificate of authenticity and original invoice from Whitewall Galleries, 30cm x 40cm Please note that Artists Resale Right is additionally payable on this lot up to a maximum of 4% on top of the hammer price (visit www.dacs.org.uk for more information). £200-400 See Illustration

1285 Claude Hamilton Rowbotham, British (1864-1949), etching of ‘St Michael’s Mount’ 14.5cm x 9cm, and ‘Dawn, Falmouth harbour’ 6cm x 8cm, and four aquatints, all framed and glazed (6 in total) £80-120 1286 Collection of thirty seven coloured prints after David Wright form ‘Sketch’ magazine £150-250

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1290 1290 § Sherree Valentine Daines, ‘End of a perfect day’, coloured textured print, hand embellished canvas, No. 160/195, bears hand written inscription verso, ‘Best wishes Sherree Valentine Daines’, with certificate of authenticity and original invoice from the Whitewall Galleries, 70cm x 55cm Please note that Artists Resale Right is additionally payable on this lot up to a maximum of 4% on top of the hammer price (visit www.dacs.org.uk for more information). £300-500 See Illustration

1291 § Sherree Valentine Daines, ‘Henley Regatta’, coloured textured print, hand enhanced canvas board, No. 112/195, with certificate of authenticity, 45cm x 55cm Please note that Artists Resale Right is additionally payable on this lot up to a maximum of 4% on top of the hammer price (visit www.dacs.org.uk for more information). £300-500 See Illustration

1293 Pair of 19th century dry-point etchings of two peasants, monogrammed ‘WPF’, each 11cm x 7cm £50-100 1294 W Pech, two dry-point etching portraits, signed in pencil, each 13cm x 11cm £60-100 1295 Terence Cuneo (1907-1996) - Travel Poster, ‘Scotland For Your Holidays - The World Famous Forth Bridge’, Quad Royal Railway poster from 1952, Printed in Great Britain by Waterlow & Sons Limited, London and Dunstable, on board, 40 x 50 inches £200-400

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1292 § Sherree Valentine Daines, ‘English Elegance’, coloured textured print, hand embellished canvas, No. 87/195, with Certificate of Authenticity, 47cm x 65cm Please note that Artists Resale Right is additionally payable on this lot up to a maximum of 4% on top of the hammer price (visit www.dacs.org.uk for more information). £300-500 See Illustration

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Friday 24th March, 10.00am The Anthony Cumings Collection Clocks Persian Rugs Antique Furniture

Lot 3251


A GODALMING GENTLEMAN AND COLLECTOR

Anthony Cumings was a well-known and respected businessman who ran Antony Hirewear in Godalming for 21 years. Tony, as he was more usually known, was also an avid collector and crammed his home full of items bought mostly from local and London auctions. Sadly, he died in January. Chris Ewbank, senior partner and auctioneer, said: “When Tony was very ill last year, he asked me to come and see him and entrusted me with the job of disposing of his collection on his death. In accordance with his wishes, and with the agreement of his executor the entire collection has been moved to our saleroom in Send in preparation for “his auction” on Friday March 24.” Anthony Cumings was born on 25th February 1939 in Cardiff; his father was a seventh day Adventist pastor and when Tony was young the family travelled around the country a great deal. His parents were both very active throughout their lives although his mother had MS for many years. His father worked into his early 90’s, and no doubt Tony inherited his work ethic from them. When he became an adult he lived for a number of years in Knightsbridge where he met his life-long partner, whilst working for Fenwicks in the West End. They moved to Godalming together in March 1967, exactly 50 years ago, and bought their home, where he lived for the rest of his life, a small, two up two down, Victorian cottage above Godalming up at the top of Holloway Hill, which they named Crown Cottage, a very apt choice given his later passion for collecting Royal Memorabilia. Tony worked for outfitters Kinch and Lack in Guildford and his partner Geoff was manager of a jewellers and silversmiths also based in Guildford. Sadly Geoff died young of cancer many years ago. When Kinch and Lack closed in 1994, Tony bought the stock of the hire-wear business and set up his own business Antony Hirewear in Godalming. It thrived because of his great experience and knowledge of the business and his dedicated hard work. Many weddings in the Guildford and Godalming area were “dressed” by Tony over the next 21 years, including three of auctioneer Chris Ewbank’s children. Ewbank commented: “You might have thought that with limited space Tony’s passion for collecting would have been curtailed. Well you would be wrong! Every shelf and cupboard bulged with his favourite Staffordshire pottery and antique silver and every scrap of wall space was covered by his collection of pictures and portrait miniatures. His collection of Royal memorabilia is extensive. It took the removal firm two days to pack and remove the contents of the little house.”

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His collection of silver is impressive and includes a pair of Paul Storr George III silver comports which have been valued at between £2,000 and £3,000. They have gadrooned and shell-moulded rims, on shaped bases, with Coat of Arms and motto ‘Virtute Quies’. They were bought at auction in late 2013. A William and Mary silver tankard, possibly by James Rodd London 1700, has been valued at between £1,200 and £1,800. It is 15cm high, has a round tapering form and a flat cover with scroll thumb-piece. Two oil-on-board studies by Henry Scott Tuke (1858-1929) of a young man on the beach are estimated at between £3,000 and £5,000. Both studies are painted on either side of the same board. One a study of a young boy seated on rocks, showing his head and torso, painted verso with a sketch of a boy bending forwards on the beach. It is believed these were painted as studies for Tuke’s works depicting young boys bathing around Falmouth Harbour, Cornwall in the early 20th century. This picture had been bought from Ewbank’s within the last 12 months. The collection features a number of items with direct Royal provenance. These include Queen Victoria’s memorial stick pin dedicated to her son Prince Alfred on his death. It has been estimated at between £500 and £1,000 and is engraved ‘Dear Alfred July 30th Mama VRI, 1900’. It is gold with a blue enamel anchor, letter A and a crown set with old cut diamonds, total length 8cm. Another gold memorial stick pin in the sale was presented by Queen Victoria. This one has a portrait of John Brown in relief, initials J.B. and date of his death 1883. The reverse has from V R I (in monogram). It comes in a Garrards case. It was designed by Her Majesty for presentation to her Highland servants and cottagers to be worn by them on the anniversary of his death, with a mourning scarf. It carries a pre-sale estimate of between £1,000 and £1,500. Ewbank added: “Tony’s only regret would be that he will not be at Ewbank’s on March 24 to see the bidders and find out how much his collection will go for. He would have loved attending this auction of his beloved pieces, which he had so much pleasure collecting and owning over many years. He will want them passed on to others who will continue to cherish and enjoy them.”

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ANTHONY CUMINGS COLLECTION: OBJECTS AND WORKS OF ART This section of sale will not start before 10:00am

3005 3005 Bronze figure of an athlete about to start a race, 20cms high £100-150 See Illustration

3000 3000 Cast metal figure of an archer in classical form on round base, 101cm £200-300 See Illustration 3001 Composite stone bust of a man in classical form on pedestal 155cm £40-60

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3002 20th century cast metal study of a naked man on polished slate base, 44cm £80-120

3006 Bronze figure of an athlete balancing a ball on one arm, 30cms high £80-120 See Illustration

3003 20th century cast metal study of a naked man reclining on rocks, 56cm wide £80-120

3007 Composite stone bust, in classical form - 54cm high

£30-50

3008 Mahogany carved figure of a young boy on square base - 25cm £30-50

3004 3004 Rudolph Marcuse - Bronze figure of a gladiator, stamped on base Gladenbeck, Berlin 9in. (22.86cm) Purchased Ewbank’s lot 781 30/6/2010 £200-300 See Illustration

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3009 3009 French bronze figure of a man on black veined marble base, 23.5cms high overall £60-100 See Illustration

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3010 Polished stone modernistic figure of a seated man, 31cms high £30-50 3011 Cast metal figure of a man, 41cms high signed Silsia?

£20-40

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3012 3012 18th century oval ribbed tortoiseshell tobacco box the cover set with a cast cut-out profile of Queen Anne in Coronation Robes. 9.5cm x 8cm Provenance: purchased from Phillips 17th Nov 1995 as part of the Michael Shrubb (1934-2013) collection of snuff boxes. Michael Shrubb was a renowned ornithologist and author who investigated the effects of farming on British birds. He was born at Sidlesham near Chichester and in 1968 he moved to Llanwrtyd Wells in Wales and later to Aberdovey on the Welsh coast. For many years he edited Welsh bird report and Welsh birds and in 2012 he received a Lifetime Achievement award from the Welsh ornithological Society. He was a co-founder of the Sussex Ornithological Society and served as a council member of the RSPB and of The British Trust for Ornithology. Subsequently purchased by Tony Cumings from Ewbanks, lot 1000, 20/11/2015. £800-1200 See Illustration

3013 In memory of the 2nd Viscount Palmerston, memorial box in ivory, gold and enamel, inscribed and dated 1802 a central glass covered roundel containing woven hair a seed pearl set crown and the letter P. The interior with a mirror and lined in silk velvet. 1.2 x 9.4 x 3.5cm Provenance: when purchased by Tony Cummings in 2015; by direct family descent from the family of John Julias Angerstein 1732 or 35-1823 to then owner. The merchant and philanthropist John Julius Angerstein was born in St Petersburg to a German family who had settled in Russia. He emigrated to England in about 1749 and later helped to develop Lloyd’s as a great insurance house, becoming its chairman between 1790 and 1796. His impressive art collection was bought by the nation after his death and became the nucleus of the collection of the new National Gallery. during his life he held a prominent position in Society and numbered amongst his friends King George III, William Pitt the Younger. Nelson, Samuel Johnson, David Garrick and Lord Palmerston. This item had been stored in a bank vault for over 50 years before being purchased at Ewbanks by Tony Cummings lot 1039 20/3/2015 Purchased Ewbank’s lot 1039 20/3/2015 PLEASE NOTE: THIS ITEM CONTAINS OR IS MADE OF IVORY. Buyers must be aware that regulations of several countries, including USA, prohibit the import of ivory, or any goods containing ivory. Ewbank’s advise prospective purchasers who intend to ship this lot to another country that they must familiarise themselves with the relevant import/export regulations prior to bidding. They are responsible for their shipping arrangements and the onus is therefore on them to organise their own shipping. £200-300 See Illustration 3014 19th century rosewood and mother of pearl inliad work-box, 26cms, a 19th century lacquered, gilt and mother of pearl inlaid fan box, 24cms and a 19th century floral decorated crumb scoop £25-40 3015 Victorian lacquered sewing box with gilt and mother of pearl decoration, 34cms wide £30-50 3016 William IV round tortoiseshell snuff box, the cover inset with a portrait medallion of the King, 6.5cms £60-100 3017 ROYAL INTEREST: Queen Victoria round horn snuff box the cover inset with a portrait medallion of Queen Victoria circa 184050, 6cms £80-100 3018 Wickwar and Co of 6 Poland Street, 19th century leather covered despatch case the top with VR and a crown in gilt, 41cm x 28cm Purchased Wellers lot 434 2/2/2012 £20-30

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3019 3019 ROYAL PROVENANCE: A lacquered snuff box the top with a portrait of King William IV, label verso, “A snuff box presented to my uncle John Macqueen by William IV in appreciation of his coach team hawling the Royal Coach out of a snow drift on the Yorkshire Moors so that the King could reach London in time to open Parliament. R B Macqueen” £200-300 See Illustration

3023 19th century ivory box the swivel top with crossed anchors in relief, the interior decorated with two sailing ships and a compass, 8cms PLEASE NOTE: THIS ITEM CONTAINS OR IS MADE OF IVORY. Buyers must be aware that regulations of several countries, including USA, prohibit the import of ivory, or any goods containing ivory. Ewbank’s advise prospective purchasers who intend to ship this lot to another country that they must familiarise themselves with the relevant import/export regulations prior to bidding. They are responsible for their shipping arrangements and the onus is therefore on them to organise their own shipping. £40-60 3024 Tunbridgeware stamp box

£30-50

3027 3027 ROYAL PROVENANCE: Alice Keppel 1868-1947, late 19th century “egg” perfume bottle the unmarked screw top in the form of a crown, 6.5cms on stand £60-100 See Illustration

3020 Late 19th century lacquered and mother of pearl inlaid sewing box with four drawers and an oval tray and a dish £40-60 3025 3025 Six various 19th century black lacquered snuff boxes £50-60 See Illustration

3021 3021 Courvoisier decanter and stopper in a box disguised as a pile of six books, 19cms high £60-100 See Illustration

3026 19th century papier mache round box with the figure of a young man on the cover, a snuff box with ivory and tortoiseshell cover, another with tortoiseshell, and two other small boxes PLEASE NOTE: THIS ITEM CONTAINS OR IS MADE OF IVORY. Buyers must be aware that regulations of several countries, including USA, prohibit the import of ivory, or any goods containing ivory. Ewbank’s advise prospective purchasers who intend to ship this lot to another country that they must familiarise themselves with the relevant import/export regulations prior to bidding. They are responsible for their shipping arrangements and the onus is therefore on them to organise their own shipping. £60-100

3022 3022 George III octagonal rolled paper two division tea caddy, 18cms wide £200-300 See Illustration

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3028 3028 Late 19th century soldier’s love token in the form of a heart with verse, (framed) max size 23cms x 23cms £60-100 See Illustration 3029 19th century lacquered papier mache book cover with painted flowers gilding and mother of pearl inlay, 31 x 22.5cms, and a similar cake basket with swing handle painted with lily of the valley, 25cms £30-50


ANTHONY CUMINGS COLLECTION: GLASS AND CERAMICS This section of sale will not start before 10:20am

3036 ROYAL PROVENANCE: Cut wine glass decorated with flowers with filigree gilt metal in relief, the base with a plaque commemorating the visit of Queen Victoria to Lancaster 8th October 1851. (the Queen is recirded as spending two hours in the town breaking her journey from Balmoral to London), 13cms high £30-50

3042 1937 Royal Brierley Coronation crystal glass goblet for King George VI in the 18th Century taste with a round funnel bowl above hollow blown knop stem with internal coin, plain lower stem and folded domed foot, engraved with the Royal Crest, and a similar plain goblet, 24.5 and 28cms high £40-80

3037 Ruby glass decanter and stopper, 38cms high, and two other cut glass decanters and stoppers with silver brandy and sherry labels, and a further pair of cut glass decanters £40-60 3038 Two stained glass panels, central roundels decorated with birds - 52cm x 26cm £50-100 3030 3030 Pair of Victorian pink glass table lustres with hanging cut glass spears, on round bases, 36cms high. £200-300 See Illustration 3031 Set of seven rummers with grape and vine engraving, 12cms high and another very similar. £30-40 3032 Two matching cut glass shallow dishes 26cms and 28cms, and five other various glass bowls. £30-50 3033 19th century cranberry glass table centre with three flower holders, 41cms high £50-80

3043 3039 3039 Pair of late 19th century ruby tinted vases with deer and a house, 13cms high £100-150 See Illustration

3043 19th century green tinted glass vase with shaped top and gilt fern decoration, and with a portrait medallion of a young woman, 27cms high £150-250 See Illustration

3034 Round stained glass panel decorated with poppies, 20cms, two oval patterned stained glass panels, max 17cms and another with a figure dated 1933, 23 x 16.5cms £40-60

3040 3040 Late 19th century Bohemian ruby glass engraved tankard with pewter mounted cover, panels with named buildings, 16cms high £60-100 See Illustration 3035 3035 19th century pink opaque glass table lustre with hanging spears and drops, 37cms high £100-150 See Illustration

3041 Two vine engraved glass goblets, 19 and 21cms high £50-80

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3044 3044 19th century green tinted glass vase with stylised gilt handles and a portait medallion of a lady, 32cms high £60-100 See Illustration 3045 Victorian cut glass table lustre with hanging spears, 31cms high £50-800

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3059 ROYAL INTEREST Moulded Coronation jug William IV and Queen Adelaide, circa 1830, 19cms high. £100-150 3060 Five Staffordshire flat back groups.

£40-60

3061 Four Staffordshire flat back groups. £40-60 3062 Four Staffordshire flatback groups.

3046 3046 19th century cranberry glass wine jug with stopper and a cranberry wine glass with gilt decoration £50-80 See Illustration 3047 Pair of 19th century opaque glass table lustres with hanging spears, 27cms high £50-100 3048 19th century engraved glass goblet with bird butterfly flowers and foliage and with initials WC, two engraved tumblers, a large thistle shaped goblet, a large George VI 1937 Coronation glass and a goblet engraved with swags on square foot £60-100

3053 3053 19th century Minton’s dinner plate, probably from the Balmoral estate, decorated in gilt and colours with a crown and initials ‘V’ and ‘A’ entwined, both framed by floral garlands with ribbon ties, and gilt rim, impressed Minton’s mark and puce mark for Phillip’s Mount St. surmounted by ‘Balmoral’ and a crown, 10” diameter Purchased Ewbanks, lot 205 18/3/2009 £50-100 See Illustration

£40-60

3063 Two 19th century figures of girls with goats and three others various, 12-17cms. £40-60 3064 Parian bust of Queen Alexandra, after a model by Mary Thornycroft, marked for the Art Union of London, 39cm high Purchased lot Hamptons lot 530 5/11/2003 £60-100 3065 Two pairs of 19th century pottery spaniels, 24 and 25cms high. £40-60 3066 Pair of Staffordshire spaniels with rust red decoration, 20cms high. £40-60 3067 Pair of Staffordshire copper lustre spaniels, 25cms high. £30-40

3049

3054

3049 Glass paperweight with five red flowers and foliage, possibly Sy Louis, marked on base Gina S £80-100 See Illustration

3054 19th century Staffordshire creamware figure of a wig-maker, 16cms high Purchased Ewbank’s lot 1340 September 19 2012 £80-120 See Illustration

3050 Pair of vine etched cut glass decanters and stoppers 33cms high and a pair of tall cut glass vases, 40cms £40-60 3051 Set of six demi-lune glass dishes, 19cms £20-40 3052 19th century stained glass panel of a coat of arms, 103cm x 49cm £150-250

3055 Late 18th century Staffordshire creamware leopard, 9cms x 6.5cms high. £100-200 3056 19th century Staffordshire lion with glass eyes, 29cms wide. £30-50 3057 Pair of early 19th century Staffordshire figures of a man and a woman with hunting dogs, 14cms high. £60-100 3058 Three Staffordshire figures a pierrot, 18.5cms high, a Scotsman wearing a kilt 18cms high, and a group of three figures, 16cms high. £40-60

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3068 3068 Pair of early 19th century Staffordshire pottery figures of Elijah and the Widow, on square bases, 26cms high. £100-150 See Illustration 3069 Six Staffordshire equestrian figures including Dick Turpin, 40cms high maximum. £80-100


3083 Early 19th century pair of English oval moulded dishes with gilt borders and painted with flowers and butterflies, 29cms £50-80

3079

3070

3079 Pair of early 19th century Staffordshire sheep with bocage backgrounds, 15cms high £100-200 See Illustration

3070 19th century Staffordshire Thomas Parr group of Uncle Tom and Eva height 8ins 20cms. £50-80 See Illustration

3080 19th century Staffordshire figure of Shakespeare flanked by comedy and tragedy with a central clock, 28cms high £50-80

3071 19th century figure of a man in military dress and another of a young man with a bird and a nest, 22cms and 20cms. £60-100

3084 3084 Early 19th century Staffordshire figure of St Peter with a cockerel, bible and a key at his feet, bocage background, 24cms high £100-150 See Illustration

3072 19th century group of a woman seated on a chair with a boy at her side, 18cms high. £40-60 3073 Pair of 19th century Staffordshire sheep, 12.5cms wide. £30-50 3074 Pair of Staffordshire figures of a man and a woman with sheep, 17cms and another pair of a man and a woman, 19cms. £50-80 3075 Staffordshire poodle and five various Staffordshire spaniels. £60-100 3076 Pair of Stafforshire Scottish figures 19cms and three other smaller figures. £60-100

3081 3081 19th century Staffordshire figure, Prince Amansor and the elephant of Siam, 15cms wide. There is a note with this figure signed by Tony Cummings. Mr Hemming as Prince Almansor Staffordshire portrait figures by Gordon Pugh page E410. Plate 80 Fig 156 £80-100 See Illustration

3077 Pair of Staffordshire swan spill vases, 11cms and three small Staffordshire figures. £40-60

3085 3085 Early 19th century figure of the tailor’s wife riding a goat, 15cms high £100-150 See Illustration 3086 Early 19th century English figure of a young man wearing a brightly decorated coat on a round base with bocage background, 16cms high £60-100

3078 19th century transfer printed blue and white foot-bath, Victoria ware Ironbridge, 47cms £100-200

3087 Pair of 19th century Staffordshire figures, Flora and Colin, 17cms high Purchased from the Roger collection at Sothebys lot 299 30/1/1998 £30-50 3082 3082 Early 19th century Staffordshire tythe pig group with parson, farmer, his wife and baby, a basket of eggs and two piglets, bocage background, 15cms high £100-150 See Illustration

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3088 Staffordshire figure with a girl and her sheep 20cms, and three others £40-60

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3089 Pair of matching Staffordshire figures of a young Scottish man and girl with trees behind, 23.5cms high £30-50

3101 Two Staffordshire gardener figures, with bocage backgrounds, a peacock vase and four other various Staffordshire figures £40-60

3093 3093 Pair of mid 19th century Thomas Parr type Staffordshire figures Omer Pacha Success to Turkey, 17cms high Purchased Hamptons, lot 715 10/5/2001 £100-200 See Illustration 3094 Five various mounted Staffordshire flatback figures £60-100 3090 3090 Samuel Alcock & Co. copy of the Portland Vase, second quarter of the 19th century, script mark S. A. & Co., 27cm high numbered Purchased Hamptons lot 667 10/9/1998 £200-300 See Illustration

3102 Parianware figure of a man seated at a piano, and other pieces, man (head and shoulders,) pair of vases, and four other pieces £50-80 3103 Three Staffordshire spaniels and two Staffordshire equestrian figures £40-60 3104 Staffordshire group the Death of Nelson, 21cms high £40-60 3105 Two 19th century Staffordshire figures, Queen and Albert, 28cms high £50-80 3106 Nine various decorative 19th century and later cups and saucers and a tea-bowl and saucer £60-100 3107 Disraeli plate by Wallis and Gimson, 24cms £30-50 3108 ROYAL INTEREST: Pair of Staffordshire figures Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, 36cms high £50-80

3095 3095 ROYAL INTEREST: Copeland Parian ware bust of Queen Victoria incised marks S Sherwood Westmacott Sc Pub’d 1853, 27cms high £100-150 See Illustration 3091 3091 Staffordshire boxing group of Heenan & Sayers, each aiming a blow above a gilt relief title, 23cms high (John Heenan, American, and Tom Sayers, the British Champion, fought for two hours in 1860. The bloodiest fight on English soil resulted in a draw). £20-30 See Illustration 3092 Staffordshire figure of a boy with his dog and three others girl with sheep £30-50

3096 Two 19th century Staffordshire figures of women, one with doves the other with an urn, 27 and 24cms high £50-80 3097 Five various male and female Staffordshire figures £50-80 3098 Five various male and female Staffordshire figures £50-80 3099 Early 19th century Derby figure of a tailor riding a goat, a basket on his back with two kids, 15cms high £40-60 3100 19th century Staffordshire zebra, 11.5cms high, and two other figures, boy with sheep and woman with sheep £40-60

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3109 3109 ROYAL INTEREST: Bust of Prince Albert, after E J Jones, W H Kerr & Co, Worcester, circa 1855, on a circular base, blue printed crown and circle mark, impressed “E J Jones Sculptor”, 34cms high. A similar example is illustrated in The Parian Phenomenon, A Survey of Victorian Parian Porcelain Statuary & Busts, edited by Paul Atterbury, published by Richard Dennis, fig.662, pg.202 £100-150 See Illustration 3110 Five various mounted Staffordshire flatback figures £50-80


3111 ROYAL INTEREST: Cup and saucer to the memory of Princess Charlotte, and a lustre saucer commemorating the wedding of Princess Charlotte and Prince Leopold of Saxe Cobourg £40-60 3112 Beswick cockatoo, 22cms high

£40-60

3113 Collection of seventeen various models of birds £50-80

.3119 Pair of Staffordshire figures of a boy and a girl with bird and bird’s nest, and two others sportsman with gun and woman with her hound £30-50 3120 Seven various 19th century Staffordshire equestrian figures £50-80

3129 19th century potery figure of Napoleon, 21cms. £40-60 3130 Five 19th century Continental figures of ladies, emblematic of the arts, 16-17cms high £50-100

3121 Staffordshire figure of Queen Alexandra, a Staffordshire greyhound inkwell, a Staffordshire naval figure and a Staffordshire house £50-100 3122 Late 19th century jardiniere decorated with bird, moth and convolvulus, 19cms high £30-50 3123 Six various small 18th century pottery figures, the tallest 12.5cms high £50-100 3124 Nine various decorative 19th century plates £40-60

3114 3114 Staffordshire figure, Kilted Scottish Soldier, asleep resting on a drum with a cannon at his feet. 26cm high £100-150 See Illustration

3125 Four 19th century Staffordshire figures, two christening mugs, a small spaniel, a cherub vase and a black Jasperware vase £40-60 3126 Parian figure of a fairy on round base, 52cm £40-60

3115 Pair of 19th century Staffordshire figures of a man and a woman at a well, 18cms and 19cms high Purchased Nicholsons lot 257 28/9/2005 £40-60 3116 Pot lid Osborne House with base, and five others the late Prince Consort, Albert Memorial, Sandringham, Stratfield Saye, and “I see you my boy” £80-100 3117 Belleek jug moulded with the figure of a young girl and eight various decorative small vases mostly Victorian £50-100 3118 Staffordshire figure of an elephant with a mahout and a tiger on his back, 22cms high Purchased Nicholsons lot 244 15/2/2006 £50-80

3127 3127 19th century Sampson plate decorated with Royal coat of arms and motto, “Honi soit qui mal y pense” 27cms £50-80 See Illustration

3131 3131 Pair of Nankin cargo blue and white teabowls and saucers, Christies labels on bases lot 5247 £60-100 See Illustration 3132 Carved ivory figure with head and shoulders of Queen Victoria, 12cms high, two carved concentric balls, a piece of ivory carved as a nut opening to reveal six figures, and a bone carving of a deity 16cms high, all 19th century PLEASE NOTE: THIS ITEM CONTAINS OR IS MADE OF IVORY. Buyers must be aware that regulations of several countries, including USA, prohibit the import of ivory, or any goods containing ivory. Ewbank’s advise prospective purchasers who intend to ship this lot to another country that they must familiarise themselves with the relevant import/export regulations prior to bidding. They are responsible for their shipping arrangements and the onus is therefore on them to organise their own shipping. £80-100 See Illustration 3133 Japanese blue gilt and iron red jardiniere, 18cms high £20-30 3134 19th century Japanese Imari Charger, diameter 39cm £30-50

3128 Continental pierced two handled fruit stand with profuse small flowers decoration in relief, 20cms x 29cms high. £30-50

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ANTHONY CUMINGS COLLECTION: SILVER PLATE This section of sale will not start before 12 noon 3135 Silver plated items, a samovar (handle detached), two handled cup, and two salvers £30-50 3136 Silver plate, a cake basket with swing handle and an engraved salver

£30-50

3137 Various silver plated items sauceboat, pair of cased napkin rings, 6 mother of pearl handled fruit knives and forks, grape scissors, butter knife, an old English pattern table spoon and four teaspoons £25-40 3138 Collection of small silver items, comprising two dressing table boxes, 13 spoons (one with no handle), a butter knife and a silver coloured metal medallion to commemorate the coronation of Edward VIII in case £25-40 3139 Various silver plate, 19th century pierced coaster, tea strainer on stand, snuffers and snuffer tray, basket with swing handle, small pierced dish, ice tongs, small match case commemorating George V’s silver Jubilee and a paper weight with Maundy coin inset £40-60 3140 Pair of two branch 19th century Sheffield plated candelabra on round bases, 37cms high £30-50 3141 Pair of 19th century silver plated coasters with pierced vine decorated borders and wood bases and a biscuit barrel (piece detached) £30-50 3142 Silver plated items, two cake baskets and a coffee pot

£30-50

3143 Pair of silver plated stands on triform winged horse bases, 22cms high.

£30-50

3144 Silver plated cake basket with swing handle, tall wine coaster, round goblet with flared top, and two cased sets, six cake forks and six mother of pearl handled knives £30-50 3145 Pair of 19th century silver plated candlesticks on round bases, 25cms high

£20-40

3146 Silver plated oval tray

£30-50

3147 Various silver plate including a round punch bowl

£30-50

3148 Victorian silver vinaigrette (lacking grille), silver pencil, and four plated items, pen, pencil, model of a cello and a dachshund £40-60

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ANTHONY CUMINGS COLLECTION: SILVER This section of sale will not start before 12:10pm

3152 Victorian silver cream jug, by Charles Thomas Fox and George Fox, London 1854, embossed with swags ribbon ties flowers and foliage on three feet, 15cms high, 190 grms. 6 ozs £80-120

3153

3149 3149 George III large provincial silver mug with scroll handle, by John Langlands I, Newcastle, 1770, 16.5cms high, 563 grms. 18 ozs £400-600 See Illustration

3153 George III silver Old English Pattern gravy spoon with strainer, by Peter and Ann Bateman, London 1792, 121 grms 3.5 ozs Purchased Ewbanks lot 382 22/6/2016 £100-150 See Illustration

3154 3154 George II baluster shaped silver mug, by Richard Gurney and Thomas Cook, London 1743, 12cms high, 280 grms 9 ozs £200-300 See Illustration

3150 3150 George III silver mug by Henry Chawner, London 1793, with acanthus scroll handle, 12.5cms high, 430 grms. 13.5 ozs £250-400 See Illustration

3155

3151 3151 George III silver argyle, London 1773, with wood handle urn finial and beaded borders, 11.5cms high, gross weight 332 grms, 10.5 ozs £500-800 See Illustration

3155 George III silver argyle by Henry Green London 1792, with turned wooden handle, supported on a circular foot, reeded borders and ball finial. 18cms high, gross weight 494 grms, 16 ozs Purchased Nicholsons lot 926 31/3/2010. £600-1000 See Illustration

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3156 George VI silver sugar castor in Queen Anne style, of rectangular shape with cut corners, Chester 1939, 20cms high, 232 grms 7.5 ozs £60-100

3162

3159

3157 3157 William IV silver brandy saucepan and cover, engraved with Prince of Wales crown crest and motto, by W E, London 1830, wood side handle, height 11cms incl handle, 289 grms 9 ozs £400-500 See Illustration

3159 George III waiter probably by Richard Rugg, London probably 1769, with shaped gadrooned borders on three ball and claw feet, engraved with Merchant Taylors Co crest, 18cms, 176 grms, 5.5 ozs Purchased Nicholsons lot 827, 21/3/2001 £150-250 See Illustration

3162 George III silver wine funnel by William Allen III, London 1798, 16cms. 159 grms 5 ozs Purchased lot 430 20/7/2005 £250-400 See Illustration

3163

3160

3158 3158 Pair of Victorian silver Salters Company diamond jubilee salts by James Garrard, London 1897, each designed as a covered hexagonal font in the Gothic style with the Worshipful Company of Salters arms along with Queen Victoria’s cypher 1837-1897, 11.5cms high, total weight for both 366 grms 11.5 ozs £300-500 See Illustration

3163 George III two handled oval silver sauce tureen and cover by Henry Chawner London 1792, with reeded borders and handles, 24cms wide overall, 535 grms 17 ozs Purchased at Nicholsons, lot 731 6/11/13 £300-500 See Illustration

3160 Edwin Lutyens, George VI silver mug of baluster form in George III style, the base inscribed “Richard Nicholas from his godfather Edwin Lutyens July 8th 1941”, London 1938, 10cms, 270 grms, 8.6 ozs Purchased from Ewbanks, 22/6/2016 lot 377 Sold with a letter dated 31/1/2003 from Richard Nicholas Nicholson confirming the gift from Lutchens to him for his Christening in 1941. £120-150 See Illustration

3164

3161 3161 George III novelty silver vinaigrette in the form of a purse by Lawrence and Co. Birmingham, 1813 £100-150 See Illustration

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3164 George III boat shaped silver sugar basket London 1787, with beaded borders and engraved with crest and coat of arms in two oval cartouches, 19cms high, 276 grms. 9 ozs Purchased at Nicholsons lot 1797 26/5/2010 £250-400 See Illustration


3172 Victorian silver pepper pot, by Alfred Ivory, London 1864, with embossed flower and foliage decoration, 10cms high, 68 grms 2 ozs £40-60 3173 George III silver marrow scoop by Thomas Wallis II, London 1802, 21.5cms 41 grms 1.25 ozs £80-120

3165

3168

3165 George V round silver salver with shaped beaded border, Birmingham 1928, 37cms, 1170 grms 37 ozs £300-500 See Illustration

3168 19th C silver double castle top card case by Taylor & Perry, featuring Kenilworth Castle to one side and Windsor Castle to the other, both sides in high relief, Birmingham circa 1840, 9.5 x 6.5cms. 70 grms. 2 ozs Purchased Wellers, lot 2011 4/2/2011 £500-800 See Illustration

3166 3166 Charles II style silver porringer of moulded circular form chased and embossed with a floral band, flared neck with a coat and arms and inscription ‘nunquam non paratus’, two caryatid foliate scroll handles, the base with pricked initials GBN and 1623, by L.E., 24cms 497 grms 16 ozs Purchased from Wellers, lot 11 24/6/2011 £500-800 See Illustration

3167 3167 Victorian novelty silver card case in the form of a book with engine turned decoration, by George Unite Birmingham 1858, 9.5cms x 7cms, 67 grms, 2 ozs £80-100 See Illustration

3169 3169 Victorian silver brandy saucepan, by JB London 1880, with a single lip and turned ivory handle, base stamped Dobson, Piccadilly, 14cms wide, gross weight 60 grms 2 ozs Purchased Sotheby’s lot 298 11/4/2002 PLEASE NOTE: THIS ITEM CONTAINS OR IS MADE OF IVORY. Buyers must be aware that regulations of several countries, including USA, prohibit the import of ivory, or any goods containing ivory. Ewbank’s advise prospective purchasers who intend to ship this lot to another country that they must familiarise themselves with the relevant import/export regulations prior to bidding. They are responsible for their shipping arrangements and the onus is therefore on them to organise their own shipping. £60-100 See Illustration 3170 Pair of Victorian silver bon-bon dishes, Birmingham 1896, with pierced and embossed decoration, 16cms., 132 grms 4 ozs £40-60 3171 Victorian silver tea caddy and cover London 1897 and a 20th century silver mustard pot with a silver spoon, blue glass liner, weight of silver, 208 grms 6.5 ozs £50-100

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3174 3174 George silver pocket apple corer by Joseph Taylor, Birmingham 1801, 11.5cms, gross weight 16 grms 0.5 ozs Purchased at Ewbanks 27/6/2014 £80-120 See Illustration 3175 Small silver items, George III spirit ladle with whalebone twisted handle, Georgian sifter spoon, Georgian beaded old English pattern dessert spoon, foreign “trowel” book mark, two similar George III bright cut teaspoons and an old £1 note £60-100

3176 3176 Victorian silver ‘castle-top’ card case, by Edward Smith, Birmingham 1850, The Royal Exchange in the City of London in high relief, Garrard and Co receipt dated 5/1/86, 10cms x 7cms, 73 grms 2 ozs £600-1000 See Illustration

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3183

3177 3177 Late 17th century English silver oval tobacco box by WS engraved with a crest, with London hallmark indistinct, possibly 1687, 9.5cms, 136 grms. 4 ozs Purchased Nicholsons, lot 857 14/7/2010 £500-800 See Illustration

3180 3180 17th century silver seal top spoon WG £150-250 See Illustration

3183 Victorian silver three piece tea service by the Barnards, London 1898, comprising teapot, sugar bowl and cream jug with embossed fower and foliage decoration, the teapot 22cms wide, total weight 653 grms, 21 ozs £200-300 See Illustration

3184

3181 3178 3178 18th century silver plate with gadrooned border engraved with a coat of arms, date letter indistinct, 24cms, 562 grms 18 ozs £200-300 See Illustration

3179 3179 17th century trifid end silver spoon, struck three times with makers mark TN £150-200 See Illustration

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3181 Oval silver tobacco box the hinged top with engraved full coat of arms, base apparently unmarked the cover with makers mark NL and lion passant, probably 18th century, 9.5cms, 132 grms 4 ozs £100-200 See Illustration

3184 George III plain round teapot London 1781, with wood handle, the top with ball finial, 20cms, gross weight 302 grms 10 ozs Purchased 3/11/1999 £200-300 See Illustration 3185 George III Scottish silver mug, Edinburgh 1789, with s scroll handle and reeded decoration with beaded borders, 10.5cms, 238 grms, 7.5 ozs £100-150

3182

3186

3182 ROYAL Provenance: George III silver teapot and matching cream jug, by Robert Hennell, London 1870, decorated with ribbed decoration, the teapot 12cms high, 317 grms. 10 ozs Purchased H.R.H. THE PRINCE HENRY, DUKE OF GLOUCESTER KG, KT, KP SALE at Christies 26 - 27 January 2006 lot 97 £300-500 See Illustration

3186 George III silver rectangular nutmeg grater by John Shaw, Birmingham, 1815, with bright cut decoration, 4cms. gross weight 35 grms 1 oz Purchased Ewbanks lot 391, 26/3/2014 £250-300 See Illustration

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3187

3194

3187 George III silver oval double ended nutmeg grater, London 1783, 5.5cms, gross weight 38 grms, 1oz Purchased Nicholsons lot 1252 14/12/2011 £200-300 See Illustration

3194 Pair of Victorian silver plates by Hunt and Roskell late Storr and Mortimer, London 1877 and 1880, with shaped reeded borders with foliage decoration, engraved with a coat of arms, 28cms, 1232 grms 39 ozs Purchased Dreweatt Neate lot 367 20/7/2005 £600-1000 See Illustration

3188 George III silver snuff box with reeded decoration by Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1811, 6cms x 4cms, 51 grms 1.5 ozs £80-120 3189 18th century English silver cream jug embossed with swags of flowers and foliage on three feet, 10cms high, 71 grms 2 ozs £60-80 3190 George III Scottish silver mug by Newlands & Grierson Edinburgh 1813, with horizontal reeded decoration, 7cms high, 100 grms 3 ozs £40-60 3191 Victorian silver mug by Lee & Wigfull Sheffield 1895, with embossed flower and scroll decoration, 8cms high 74 grms 2 ozs £40-60 3192 Victorian silver mug by Charles Boyton, London 1872, with a central band of patterned decoration, 7.5cms, 97 grms 3 ozs £30-50

3195 3195 George II silver snuffer’s tray by James Gould, London 1747, shaped rectangular form with moulded foliage borders, and central scroll handle, moulded border, on four feet, length 18.5cms, 321 grms 10 ozs £300-500 See Illustration

3193 3193 Pair of George III silver beakers by John Muns, London 1771, with reeded borders and horizontal line decoration, 8cms, 135 grms 4 ozs £150-250 See Illustration 3196 3196 George III silver cream jug by George Smith II, London 1787, with a shaped rim, a high clip handle, and an oval vacant reserve, embossed with swags of drapery with flowers, on a square foot, 14.5cms high, 91 grms 3 ozs Purchased Dreweatts lot 89 27/1/2010 £80-120 See Illustration

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3197 George V oval silver cake basket, by Mappin and Webb, Sheffield 1929, with allover pierced decoration and swing handle, 27cms wide, 563 grms 18 ozs £140-180

3203 Victorian silver mug by George Unite, Birmingham 1853, with foliage decoration to the handle and a horizontal band, 10cms high, 64 grms 2 ozs £40-50

3200 3200 William and Mary silver tankard, possibly by James Rodd London 1700, of round tapering form with flat cover with scroll thumb-piece, 15cms high, 514 grms 16 .5 ozs £1200-1800 See Illustration 3198

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3198 George II silver coffee pot, by IW Exeter 1736, of round tapering form, the domed cover with urn finial, engraved with full coat of arms, wood handle, 24cms high, gross 782 grms 25 ozs £500-1000 See Illustration

3204 George III plain baluster silver coffee pot by Francis Crump, London 1767, on a spreading foot, with a domed cover and wrythen knop finial, 26cms high, 815 grms 26 ozs £600-800 See Illustration

3201 3201 George III silver pap boat by John Eames, London 1800 13cms 56 grms 1.5 ozs Purchased Dreweatts lot 146 29/4/2009 £100-150 See Illustration

3205 Pair of George III silver berry spoons, by Richard Crossley, London 1783, 115 grms 3.5 ozs £50-80 3206 Pair of Victorian silver berry spoons by Edwin Sweet, Exeter 1856, 110 grms 3.5 ozs £50-80

3199 3199 George III silver two handled porringer by William Cripps London 1763, half spiral fluted and reeded with ornate embossed cartouche and floral decoration on a stepped circular base, 14cms high 25cms wide, 525 grms, 16 ozs Purchased Nicholsons lot 1776 26/05/2010 £300-500 See Illustration 3202 3202 George III silver sauce boat, by Walter Brind, London circa 1764 (date letter rubbed), oval with shaped border and foliage decorated handle on three shell feet, engraved with initials, 18cms wide, 294 grms 9.6 ozs Purchased Nicholsons lot 1894 11/9/2013 £200-300 See Illustration

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3207 3207 George II silver mug embossed with an extensive scene with a woman riding a laden donkey to market and with other figures and cottages, date and makers marks worn and indistinct, 10cms high, 264 grms 8.5 ozs £60-100 See Illustration


3208 3208 George III tankard by John Langlands II Newcastle circa 1760, domed hinged cover and reeded body, the handle with scroll thumb-piece and heart terminal, 18cms high, 643 grms 20.5 ozs ÂŁ800-1200 See Illustration

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3209 Pair of George III silver table spoons by Hester Bateman, London 1780, 20cms, 120 grms 4 ozs £100-150

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3210 3210 George III silver mug by EE London 1792, of baluster form and heavily embossed with a rural scene with a hound running towards a cockerel, hen and chicks, 10cms high, 155 grms 5 ozs Purchased Dreweatts lot 142 29/4/2009 £80-120 See Illustration

3213 George III silver baluster shaped plain mug, by Hester Bateman, London 1774, the handle with foliage thumb-piece, 12.5cms high, 317 grms 10 ozs Purchased Nicholsons lot 661 24/7/2003 £300-500 See Illustration

3211 George III silver oval flat bottom cream jug by Peter and Ann Bateman, London 1798, reeded rim and a band of engraved lunette foliage decoration, shield with an engraved “F”, 13cms high, 105 grms 3 ozs Purchased Dreweatts lot 332 21/1/2009 £50-80

3214 3214 ROYAL PROVENANCE: George V silver medicine spoon Sheffield 1932, and a folding American medicine spoon stamped sterling Purchased at the Christies sale 20/9/2009 Property from the Collection of HRH THE PRINCE GEORGE, Duke of Kent KG, KT, and HRH Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent CI, GCVO and their families lot 69 £100-150 See Illustration 3212 3212 George II silver cream jug, by Peter, Ann and William Bateman, London 1804, oval with a punched border, engraved with initials, 10cms high, 78 grms, 2.5 ozs Purchased Dreweatts lot 25 14/09/2011 Estate of Derek Baxter. £80-120 See Illustration

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3215 3215 ROYAL PROVENANCE: Victorian silver salver, London 1890, stamped Carrington and Co 130 Regent Street London, round salver with shaped gadrooned border on three ball and claw feet, engraved “Presented to her highness Princess Louise of Schleswig Holstein on her marriage by the members of the Beehive” their names are listed on the base, 27cms, approx 750 grms 24 ozs NOTE: Princess Marie Louise of Schleswig-Holstein VA, CI, GCVO, GBE, RRC was a granddaughter of Queen Victoria and married Prince Aribert of Anhalt in 1891. her mother was Princess Helena third daughter of Queen Victoria Purchased H.R.H. THE PRINCE HENRY, DUKE OF GLOUCESTER KG, KT, KP SALE at Christies 26 - 27 January 2006 lot 98 £250-400 See Illustration

3219 ROYAL PROVENANCE: Edward VIII; George V silver ink stand, by the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd., Birmingham, 1934, the central well with glass liner on a rectangular stand on four scroll feet, the cover engraved with the Prince of Wales feathers and motto and the initial ‘E’, the front engraved ‘To Frank Young in recognition of 16 years faithful service from Edward P 1935’, 18cms x 12cms, 403 grms. 13 ozs Provenance: presented to Frank Young (the vendor’s uncle) on his retirement in 1935 by Prince Edward later to be King Edward VIII. Frank Young retired as he he did not wish to go with the King to Paris after the abdication Purchased Ewbanks, lot 201 30/6/2010 £200-300 See Illustration

3216 Pair of Edward VII silver cups, by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester 1907 and 1908, engraved with Egyptian style heads, 14cms wide, 402 grms 13 ozs Purchased Ewbanks, lot 246 15/12/2011 £120-180

3220 3220 Pair of George III Irish silver hook end basting spoons by David T Peter, Dublin 1761, picture back shell bowls, 33cms, 242 grms 7.7 ozs £500-800 See Illustration 3221 18th century punch ladle the bowl with George II coin insert, with whalebone twisted handle, no marks found, 37cms, another 18th century punch ladle the bowl with Queen Anne coin inset. ebonised handle (broken), 32cms. and another with oak handle £60-80

3217 3217 Victorian silver tea caddy by Joseph Angell I and II, London 1849, heavily embossed with panels of figures and pagodas, hinged cover, 10cms wide, 13cms high, 372 grms 12 ozs £300-500 See Illustration

3222

3218 3218 George III silver lemon strainer, Glasgow 1820, with two pierced handles, 16.5cms, 59 grms 2 ozs £200-300 See Illustration

3222 Copy of the Salisbury ladle, inscribed on bowl “ Copy of the Salisbury ladle, 1684 given to the fishmongers livery on the Coronation of King George VI 12th May 1937”, 38cms, 156 grms 5 ozs Purchased Nicholsons lot 610 23/3/2005 £200-300 See Illustration

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3223 Victorian oval silver box, by Levesley Brothers, London 1899, with gadrooned borders and floral swag decoration, blue glass liner, 10cms. weight of silver 262 grms 8 ozs £100-150 3224 Pair of Victorian silver salts with embossed decoration on three hoof feet, by Thomas Hayes, Birmingham, 1892 and a nonmatching mustard pot and spoon and a pepperette, 186g, 6 ozs £40-60 3225 Victorian silver mug, by Vale Brothers & Sermon, Birmingham, 1895, half spiral reeded and with a band of floral decoration, 10cms high, 102 grms 3 ozs £40-60 3226 George V silver sauce boat by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester 1911, with gadrooned borders and three shell feet in George III style, 17cms wide, 251 grms 8 ozs Purchased Ewbanks lot 596 20/12/2010 £80-100 3227 Victorian cut glass spirit flask with silver mounts by Frederic Purnell, London, 1881 £40-60 3228 George V silver salver, by Mappin and Webb, London 1910, with foliage and gadrooned borders, 17cms, 181 grms 6 ozs £60-100

3231 3231 Composite collection of fiddle pattern table silver various dates and makers mostly 18th and 19th century, comprising 10 table spoons, 12 dessert spoons, 12 large forks, 12 dessert forks, 10 teaspoons, 2 sauce ladles, approx. total weight, 3027 grms 97 ozs £800-1200 See Illustration 3232 Set of four Victorian silver spoons in 17th century style by Elkington, Birmingham 1874 with engraved stems and bowls, 19cms, 260 grms 8.5 ozs £80-100 3233 Small collection of 18th and 19th century silver old English pattern spoons, comprising five large spoons, a berry spoon and nine teaspoons, total weight, 492 grms16 ozs £140-180

3229 3229 ROYAL PROVENANCE: Victorian silver tea caddy by William Aitken, Chester 1899, with gadrooned borders on four feet the hinged cover with flame finial, engraved with a crown and monogram. 12cms high, 203 grms 6.5 ozs Purchased in Christies sale 20/11/2009 of property from the Collection of HRH The PRINCE GEORGE DUKE OF KENT KG, KT, and HRH Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent CI, GCVO and their families. lot 77 £300-500 See Illustration 3230 Victorian string box and cover with gadrooned borders, by William Comyns & Sons, London 1890, 12cms high, 253 grms 8 ozs £80-120

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3234 3234 Edward VII glass and silver mounted claret jug, by William Comyns, London 1904, the silver mounts with foliage pierced decoration, and the hinged cover with pineapple finial, the glass of round lobed form engraved with flowers and foliage, 26cms high £200-300 See Illustration

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3235 3235 Paul Storr pair of George III silver comports with gadrooned and shell moulded rims, on shaped bases, with Coat of Arms and motto ‘Virtute Quies’, London, 1815, 27.5cms, 63.5oz, 1977g Purchased lot 745 Nicholsons, 6/11 2013. £2000-3000 See Illustration

3236 3236 Six George III silver plates by Andrew Fogelberg & Stephen Gilbert, London, 1781, gadrooned rims, with Coat of Arms and motto ‘Excitari Non Hebescere’, 24cms 2905 grms, 93 ozs Purchased Clarke Gammon Wellers, lot 596 14/12/2004 £1200-1600 See Illustration

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3237 Victorian silver mug by George Unite, Birmingham, 1860, with bright cut vertical banded decoration and ‘S’-scroll handle, 3.2oz, 102g £40-60

3238 3238 George III silver six division toast rack, by Smith, Tate & Co., Sheffield, 1813, with double hooped sections, ring handle, gadrooned base on four shaped feet, 17cms. 11.3oz, 352g £120-180 See Illustration

3239 3239 Victorian silver vesta by William Aitkin, Birmingham 1893, decorated all over with flowers and foliage and with a portrait of Queen Victoria, 3cms x 4cms £50-100 See Illustration

3240 3240 ROYAL PROVENANCE: Alice Keppel 1868-1947 long time mistress to King Edward VII, a silver mounted miniature glass flask, engraved “Alice”, Samuel Morden, marked 375 with date letter for London 1900, 10cms £100-150 See Illustration

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3241 3241 ROYAL PROVENANCE: Alice Keppel 1868-1947 long time mistress to King Edward VII, silver dressing table items, comprising a mirror and three brushes, Some pieces English and some foreign. ÂŁ60-100 See Illustration

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3242 Edward VII silver half barrel double stamp box Birmingham 1901 £40-60 3243 Collection of various small English and continental silver and plated items including a sovereign case, Whisky label, eight small forks with royal coat of arms terminals, jam spoon, seven small spoons, a lobster pick etc. £80-120

3245 Mappin and Webb cut glass and silver mounted three ring neck decanter Birmingham 1912, with stopper, 30cms high. £50-80

3247 Dutch silver box with embossed decoration of figures in rural and industrial landscapes, 7.5cms high, 96 grms., 3ozs, probably late 19th century £60-80

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3246

3244 3244 Pair of silver taper sticks in mid 18th century style, Birmingham 1971, 11cms, 12 ozs 369 grms. £200-300 See Illustration

3246 Danish sterling silver tankard, by Preben Salomonsen, decorated with scrolling foliage and with beaded borders, 20th century, with original label and stamped, PrS Sterling 925S, 16.5cms high, 689 grms 22 ozs £200-300 See Illustration

3248 19th century Continental silver snuff box, the exterior engraved with military trophies, the interior with inscription “C G Fothergill taken by his uncle George Harker at the battle of Vittoria from the carriage of Joseph Bonaparte when King of Spain 1813”, 8.5cms x 6cms 105 grms 3 ozs £150-250 See Illustration

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3249 3249 Charles I, Newark besieged, shilling, 1645, crown between C-R, mark of value below, rev. OBS NEWARKE, date below

£300-500 See Illustration

3250 3250 ROYAL PROVENANCE: A gold and enamel and diamond set choker brooch, with inscription to reverse, ‘To H.G.W. from Princess Louise Augusta, of Schleswig Holstein, on the occasion of Louise’s christening 19th November 1907,’ £500-800 See Illustration

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3251 3251 ROYAL PROVENANCE: Queen Victoria’s memorial stick pin dedicated to her son Prince Alfred on his death, engraved ‘Dear Alfred July 30th Mama VR1, 1900’, gold with blue enamel anchor, letter A and a crown set with old cut diamonds, total length 8cm The Prince Alfred Ernest Albert, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, Duke of Edinburgh, Earl of Ulster, and Earl of Kent, 6th Aug 186430th July 1900 Purchased Clarke Gammon Wellers lot 907 5/7/2007 £500-1000 See Illustration

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3252 3252 ROYAL PROVENANCE: Gold memorial stick pin presented by Queen Victoria, with portrait of John Brown in relief, initials J.B. and date of his death 1883, the reverse with “from V R I” (in monogram), in Garrards case, Following John Brown’s death in 1883 a Brown memorial brooch with the late gillie’s head to one side and the Royal monogram on the other was designed by Her Majesty for presentation to her Highland servants and cottagers to be worn by them on the anniversary of his death, with a mourning scarf. Lytton Strachey, Queen Victoria, biography, Chatto & Windus 1921 £1000-1500 See Illustration

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3253 3253 Diamond set gold gypsy ring, with old cut stone, a hardstone seal intaglio cut with a fox and ‘Tally Ho ‘ and a pair of gilt metal cufflinks £200-300 See Illustration

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3254 Diamond set stick pin with letter V, beneath a crown set with old cut diamonds, red and green stones, by Lewis of Bond Street, and various shirt studs, in case. £100-150 3255 Portrait stick pin in gold mount with banded agate beads, and a silver stick pin

£100-150

3256 3256 Gold cased pocket watch on chain, watch with enamel dial and Roman numerals, the reverse with foliate engraving, 9ct £200-300 See Illustration 3257 Five stick pins, diamond, set horseshoe, three with pearls and another turquoise set £100-150 3258 Gold snake ring, the head with repousse decoration and set with an old cut diamond of 0.35 carat, to a four band length, unmarked £300-500 See Illustration 3259 Pair of oval gold and diamond set cufflinks, stamped 750 for 18ct

£150-250

3260 T form pendant set with tourmalines and a Smiths watch, both unmarked yellow metal £100-150 3261 19th C seal with intaglio cut depicting a running fox and the words ‘Tally Ho’, matched set of shirt studs and gilt metal cufflinks £50-80 3262 Gold signet ring with banded stone, 15ct and an unmarked ring set with turquoise stone £100-150 3263 Framed cameo of a man in classical style, ebonised frame, 5cms x 4cms

£30-40

3264 Bueche-Girod gentleman’s wristwatch, the face with relief decoration of stars and flowers, baton markers, leather strap, watch stamped 9ct, buckle 750 for 18ct £100-150

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ANTHONY CUMINGS COLLECTION: COLLECTABLES INCLUDING ROYAL MEMORABILIA This section of sale will not start before 1:35pm 3265 ROYAL PROVENANCE: King Edward VII & Queen Alexander. The Form and Order of the Service ... in The Coronation of .. King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra in the Abbey Church of St. Peter, Westminster on Thursday, 26th June, 1902. With the Music to be Sung Edited by Sir Frederick Bridge. Gilt on red with royal ciphers, & Tudor Rose, thistle and shamrock motifs. (front cover detached) and another for the Coronation of King George VI. £40-60 3266 ROYAL INTEREST: Two part catalogue and information booklet for the Duke and Duchess of Windsor sale Sothebys September 11-19 1997, in hard cover, Sothebys hard back catalogue of the sale of the Jewels of the Duchess of Windsor 2nd and 3rd April 1997, and Christies catalogue for the sale from the estate of the Duke of Gloucester 26th and 27th January 2006 £100-150

3268 3268 ROYAL PROVENANCE: Signed Wartime photograph by Hugh Cecil of King George VI 1945, in RAF uniform, in leather frame, size overall, 29cms x 22cms £200-300 See Illustration

3267 3267 ROYAL PROVENANCE: Queen Victoria, brass easel back presentation photograph frame, stamped West, St James Street, surmounted by a crown and with pierced ivy leaf decoration, engraved on the front, “In remembrance of Darmstadt December 14th 1878” and on the back “To Sir William Jenner KCB from Victoria R and I” HISTORICAL NOTE: Queen Victoria’s second daughter Princess Alice of Hesse died of diphtheria at Darmstadt on 14/12/1878. Sir William Jenner an eminent Doctor was sent by Queen Victoria during her last illness to attend her daughter and this frame was presented to him by the Queen in thanks for his service. The Princess Alice fell a victim to the disease while nursing members of her family who were ill. The day before she died, she is said to have expressed to Sir William Jenner her regret that she should cause her mother so much anxiety. The Queen in a letter thanked her subjects for their sympathy with her loss of a dear child, who was ‘a bright example of loving tenderness, courageous devotion, and selfsacrifice to duty.’Jenner was born at Chatham on 30 January 1815, and educated at University College London. He became a member of the Royal College of Surgeons in 1837, and a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians in 1852, and in 1844 took the London M.D. In 1847 he began at the London Fever Hospital investigations into cases of continued fever which enabled him finally to make the distinction between typhus and typhoid on which his reputation as a pathologist principally rests. He was president of the Royal College of Physicians (1881 1888); was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1864, and received honorary degrees from the University of Oxford, University of Cambridge and University of Edinburgh. In 1861 he was appointed Physician Extraordinary, and in 1862 Physician in Ordinary, to Queen Victoria, and in 1863 Physician in Ordinary to the Prince of Wales; he attended both the Prince Consort and the Prince of Wales in their attacks of typhoid fever. In 1868 he was created a baronet. He died, at Bishop’s Waltham, Hants, on 11 December 1898 Purchased from Ewbank’s lot 1239 19/9/2012 £100-200 See Illustration

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3269 3269 ROYAL PROVENANCE: Silvered photograph of the Queen Mother by CECIL BEATON. Signed Elizabeth R 1976, in a leather easel photograph frame initialled E.R. Photo 7.5ins x 6ins Purchased Nicholsons lot 1370 2/10/2015 £300-500 See Illustration 3270 Group of five miniature medals, Queen Victoria diamond Jubilee, Coronation medals for King George VI and Queen Elizabeth II, Queen Victoria India medal with clasp Lucknow and India general service medal with clasp Pegu £40-60


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3271 3271 ROYAL PROVENANCE: Queen Mary (consort of George V) signed black and white photographic print by Hay Wrightson dated 1942, photograph 15cms x 11cms, in gilt frame with crown top £80-100 See Illustration

3276 ROYAL PROVENANCE: Invitation to the Coronation of Queen Victoria on green paper, Lower Choir Gallery North side B no.245 Invitees name obliterated. £100-150 See Illustration

3274

3277

3274 An invitation to the funeral of The Duke of Wellington no 1113, East Aisle, North Transept £100-200 See Illustration

3277 An invitation to the funeral of The Duke of Wellington no 1112, East Aisle, North Transept £100-200 See Illustration 3278 ROYAL PROVENANCE: Items relating to the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, including Coronation medal in original box and packing, invitation, form and order of service and other items as issued to R T D Wilmot £100-200

3272 3272 ROYAL PROVENANCE: Signed black and white photograph of Princess Louise (4th daughter of Queen Victoria) in an Indian silver frame by Hamilton Calcutta, in the frame behind the Princess is a signed photograph of Lord Reading Viceroy of India who was presumably the original occupier of the frame! Overall size of frame, 29cms x 19.5cms £100-200 See Illustration

3276

3273 ROYAL PROVENANCE: George V red wax seal 16.5cms, in original metal case with royal coat of arms and original green leather outer box, max. 30cms x 22.5cms Purchased Wellers lot 577 6/7/12 £100-150 See Illustration

3275 3275 ROYAL PROVENANCE: An invitation to the “Coronation of their most sacred majesties” William IV and Queen Adelaide in 1831, 20cms x 26.5cms £80-100 See Illustration

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3279 ROYAL PROVENANCE: Collection of twelve letters from Princess Louise (daughter of Queen Victoria) to her housekeeper Anne Barnes, an envelope from the Queen to her daughter and other items Purchased Ewbank’s lot 644, 18/12/2008 £50-100

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3283 ROYAL INTEREST: George V Coronation tipstaff, red and gilt, dated 1911, 76cms Purchased Nicholsons, lot 1265 20/7/2012 £100-200

3280 3280 ROYAL PROVENANCE: Queen Victoria, a hand-written envelope signed “the Queen” addressed to the Duchess of York, (later Queen Mary at White Lodge, Richmond Park, Surrey. the reverse with VIR monogram and her Majesty’s wax seal in black, delivered by messenger from Windsor Castle. £80-120 See Illustration

3284 3284 ROYAL PROVENANCE: Invitation to the Coronation of King George V and Queen Mary to Sir Charles Ball MD and Lady Ball, 1911, framed Purchased Ewbanks lot 737 20/6/12. Direct family descent from Sir Charles Bent Ball (1851-1916), fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland first baronet Ball of Merrion Square, Dublin and Lieutenant Colonel in the Royal Army Medical Corps. 10 x 11in. (25cm x 28cm) £50-80 See Illustration 3285 Twenty four Mansion House Alderman’s passes 1827, most with red wax seals Purchased Julian Browning rare books, March 1995 having come out of a sale at Phillips as part of a lot the previous week £40-60 3286 ROYAL PROVENANCE: Pair of Victorian red silk embroidered damask banners with the Royal Coat of arms and motto “Honi soit qui mal y pense”, 52cms x 44cms Purchased Clarke Gammon Wellers lot 713 1/5 2007 £60-100

3281 3281 Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington (1769-1852) - signed letter to Lady Campbell 1845, two pieces of material cut from his coffin and the Pall, and other items including a pot lid “Funeral of the late Duke of Wellington” £100-200 See Illustration

3287 Various items mostly of Royal interest including a framed photograph of King George V, programme for the Royal procession at the Coronation of Edward VII, Queen Victoria’s enterment procession, 19th century sealed legal document, Official programme for National Peace celebrations 1919, and Elizabeth II ceremonial booklet £20-40 3288 ROYAL PROVENANCE: Queen Alexandra ( wife of King Edward VII) Mourning envelope written by the Queen to Auchterarder, Perthshire bearing the GVR monogram in purple from Buckingham Palace 7th June 1912; hand written letter from Princess Alice daughter of Queen Victoria to “Minnie”, together with a photograph; and a hand written letter dated 10th June 1893 from Princess Helena Princess Christian of Schleswig-Holstein, (daughter of Queen Victoria), Cumberland Lodge to Lady Georgina Cowell £30-50

3282 3282 ROYAL PROVENANCE: Printed invitation to the Coronation of King George IV in 1821, Abbey, inscribed no 887 and Poets Corner, signed Howard of Effingham, and a separate embossed card, Westminster Hall Coronation pass ticket inscribed not transferable Purchased Timothy Millett Ltd 19/9/2012 £150-250 See Illustration

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3289 ROYAL INTEREST: Prince of Wales and Princess Diana needlework kneeler with Prince of Wales feathers, 16cm x 36cm. £20-40 3290 Eight miniature musical instruments including violin in case 15cms, and cello 10cms. £50-100

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3291 Various bijouterie including two cameos, cartwheel penny, box of miniature dominoes, card case and a notebook. £40-60 3292 Various bijouterie including two miniatures, various boxes etc. £50-80 3293 19th century coloured wax portrait of Nelson, 10cms x 7cms. £60-100

3302 19th century cork picture in relief with Windsor Castle, 22cm x 26cm oval, reverse with label “to my friend Chas Lloyd from old Don Carlo 1895” £20-40 3303 Stevengraph, Coaching scene “For Life and Death, Heroism on land” framed 5cms x 15cms £20-30

3310 19th century fruit arrangement under a glass dome, 40cms high £20-40 3311 19th century papier mache and mother of pearl ink stand with two glass inkpots, 29cms, a papier mache cake stand and a photograph album with lacquered and mother of pearl small photograph album £50-80

3294 Victorian diorama of a country house with figures on a lawn 11cm x 15cm, and another round in a shell frame, 20cms diam. £50-80

3295

3304

3295 Tunbridge Ware tesserae mosaic of Hever Castle, stamped J J Rugg, 12.5cms x 17.5cm Purchased Ewbanks lot 1193 27/6/2008. Alan Nicholson Collection. 35 £100-150 See Illustration

3304 Admiral Nelson, brass button reputedly from Nelson’s coat, Framed with note “Button off of one of Admiral Nelson’s old coats (authentic) presented to Mr W Williams by J R McGill”, verso there is what appears to be a photocopy of the back of the note which is a trade card for Pipe and McGill, Naval Taylors. (Note this has not been checked as the framed is sealed) Purchased Clarke Gammon Wellers, lot 601 26/9/2006 £50-100 See Illustration

3296 19th century embroidered photograph frame, overall 31cms x 22cms and a 19th century beadwork round panel of an angel with two children 20cms diam. £50-80 3297 18th century pewter dish, inscribed on border Winchester 1720 and with a Maltese Cross, 36cms, London touch marks. £30-50 3298 Alabaster Grand Tour figure of a naked man sitting on the ground his broken sword by his side, 38cms wide £100-200 3299 Grand Tour alabaster group of two men wrestling, 26cms wide £50-80 3300 Pair of carved wood wall shelves with eagle bases 30cms and another corner shelf carved with the head of a chamois 24cms £40-60 3301 19th century oil lamp with tinted reservoir and etched glass shade, 59cms high £50-100

3305 Sand picture circa 1830 of a church near Newport Isle of Wight, within an embossed border, 10cms x 14cms £20-30 3306 ROYAL Provenance: King George IV Coronation pass ticket to the Coronation Banquet in Westminster Hall, 1820, framed £50-100 3307 Three Baxter prints and another print of the Crystal Palace in a lacquered, gilt and mother of pearl frame £40-60 3308 Jennens and Bettridge papier mache lacquered wall plaque decorated with a continental village landscape, stamped, 26cms and another similar decorated with children playing 27cms £50-100

3312 3312 Egyptian faience glazed amulet of Thoth, late period circa 727-343 BC 4.5cms Purchased Nicholsons lot 1404 2/4/2014 £80-100 See Illustration 3313 Eighteen various walking sticks

£30-50

3314 ROYAL INTEREST: Victorian document/ contract, reading These are to Will and require you Forthwith to swear and Admit the Bearer Randolf Payne into the Place of Purveyor of wine in Ordinary to her Majesty...... in gilt framed embossed with coat of arms 59cm x 30cm £20-30 3315 19th century papier mache tray painted with flowers 63cm £50-100 3316 Victorian papier mache fan painted with flowers and gilt scrolling foliage and another £50-80 3317 Britains Coronation coach with eight horses £40-60

3309 19th century dried flower arrangement under a glass dome, 35cms £40-60

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3318 ROYAL PROVENANCE: A collection 12 hand written letters from Prince Edward, Duke of Kent the fourth son of George III and father of Queen Victoria to Captain Conran who was Groom to the bedchamber in the Duke’s household. They are signed Edward by the Prince, and are mostly from Kensington Palace Purchased Ewbanks lot 1029 1/12/2016 (This was the last lot that Tony Cumings purchased from Ewbank’s) £150-200

3326 ROYAL INTEREST: Menu for the Worshipful Company of Mercers Banquet for HRH the Prince of Wales, framed, 27cm x 18cm £30-50

3319 Pair of Silver plated and green marble lamps in the from of Corinthian columns each 60cm £50-80

3328 18th century silk needlework picture of a young woman in a garden with a basket of flowers, oval, in original gilt frame, 22.5cms x .5cms £40-60

3320 Pair of Royal Warrants to Hatch, Mansfield & Co. Ltd., wine merchants to Her Majesty Queen Mary, dated 10th July 1950, 41cm x 26cm £50-80 3321 ROYAL INTEREST: 19th century printing stamp of a crown, 30cm x 30cm £40-60 3322 ROYAL INTEREST: Early 20th century cast metal finial in the form of a crown, 17cm £30-50 3323 Wooden model of Queen Victoria’s horse drawn carriage 82cm wide £50-100 3324 Black forest style carving of fruit, 50cm and another, 29cm

£40-60

3327 Pair of 19th century gilt carved and gesso wall brackets, 20cm x 17cm, two other pairs of mahogany wall brackets and a mahogany clock bracket £50-100

3329 Late 18th century silk needlework picture of a young woman in a parkland landscape wearing a feathered hat and holding a white rose in her left hand, oval, 38cms x 32cms, in original gilt frame. £60-100 3330 Early 19th century silk needlework picture of a young woman wearing a bonnet in a parkland setting, oval, 33cms x 23cms. £50-80 3331 Late 18th century silk needlework picture of a woman and three children by the sea, 32cms x 25cms oval. £40-50 3332 Pair of 19th century needlework pictures of a man and a woman in burr wood frames, 20.5cms x 18cms £50-100

3333 3325 3325 Reputedly part of the flag of Lord Nelson’s ship the Victory, with designating 19th century hand written label,17cm x 23cm, framed. Affixed to the back of the frame is the following catalogue extract, “An early 19th century canvas fragment, by family repute, part of the main flag of Lord Nelson’s ship, The Victory”, and a smaller fragment (2) £50-100 See Illustration

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3333 Rudolph Nureyev, late 19th century grospoint needlework panel, with flowers and leaves against a black background, 96cm x 48cm Purchased form Christies Nureyev sale lot 1245, 20/11/1995 £80-120 See Illustration 3334 Round beadwork panel decorated with flowers and foliage, 36cms diam £20-30

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3335 3335 Henry Scott Tuke, RA, RWS (British, 1858-1929). Two studies of a young man on the beach. Oil on board, unsigned. Early 20th Century. Studies are painted on both sides of the same board. One a study of a young boy seated on rocks showing his head and torso, also painted verso with a sketch of a boy bending forwards on the beach. 33cm x 24cm. These studies are believed to have been painted as studies for Tuke’s works depicting young boys bathing in the open air around Falmouth Harbour in Cornwall in the early 20th Century. Tuke’s works are held in major collections worldwide and similar works include ‘Head of T.C. Tiddy’, ‘Aquamarine (study)’, and ‘August Blue (study)’ housed at the Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society. Tuke was educated at the Slade School of Fine Art and was considered a founder member of the Newlyn School Purchased Ewbank’s lot 56 22/10/2016 £3000-5000 See Illustration Buyers premium, at 27% inclusive of VAT, is payable on every lot in this sale. For late collection, storage and credit card charges see page 2

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3336 Edwin Ellis, 19th century portrait of Mr. Thomas Wood, smoking his pipe and playing a game of chess, unsigned, inscribed on the mount, oil on canvas, 39.5cm x 32cm £100-150 3337 19th century, English School, gentleman in hunting colours on horseback in a landscape setting, unsigned, oil on paper laid on board, 23.5cm x 33cm £50-80 3338 19th century, English School, interior scene with three children playing hide and seek, indistinctly signed, oil on canvas, 34.5cm x 29.5cm £100-200

3343 3343 In the style of John Frederick Herring, farm yard scene with three horses, pigs chickens and ducks, signed oil in canvas, 50cm x 60cm £300-500 See Illustration 3344 20th century study of a naked man unsigned oil on canvas, 75cm x 52cm £50-100 3345 R Stapleton ( probably Rose Stapleton b1951) still life wine fruit and wine bottles signed verso 43cm x 56cm £200-300 3346 19th century study of a man and women, possibly a biblical scene, unsigned oil on canvas, 60cm x 50cm £50-100 3347 Keith Elliott abstract in yellow red and blue signed dated 82, oil on canvas, 122cm x 122cm £100-200

3339 3339 19th century, English School, portrait of a gentleman in white wig with tricorn hat, unsigned, oil on canvas, 44cm x 39cm Provenance: Lot 1043, Ewbanks, 15.12.2010. £150-250 See Illustration 3340 19th century, English School, interior scene of an old woman sitting reading at a window, unsigned, oil on canvas, 34cm x 29cm £100-150 3341 19th century Crystoleum of St Paul’s Cathedral 29cm x 35cm £50-100 3342 19th century portrait of a gentleman in a black coat unsigned oil on canvas, 59cm x 44cm £60-100

3348 20th century study of cyclists unsigned oil on board 124cm x 93cm £30-50 3349 19th century study of a woman stabbing herself, watercolour on ivory, unsigned, 9cm x 7cm PLEASE NOTE: THIS ITEM CONTAINS OR IS MADE OF IVORY. Buyers must be aware that regulations of several countries, including USA, prohibit the import of ivory, or any goods containing ivory. Ewbank’s advise prospective purchasers who intend to ship this lot to another country that they must familiarise themselves with the relevant import/export regulations prior to bidding. They are responsible for their shipping arrangements and the onus is therefore on them to organise their own shipping. £80-120 3350 19th century study of three horses and doves unsigned oil on canvas, 30cm x 34cm £50-100 3351 Margaret Palmer, pet portrait of a dachshund signed, gouache, 30cm x 38cm £30-50

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3352 3352 Henry Scott Tuke (1858-1929) British. ‘The Penryn River’, an estuary scene with shipping, Watercolour, Signed and Dated 1912, 10” x 13.5”.; there is a letter with this picture from H S Tuke to a Mr Shalford Purchased Nicholsons lot 1173, 9/4/2014 £2500-4000 See Illustration

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3353 Henry James Sage, water-colour, Castle Arch Guildford, 19.5 x 25.5cm. £60-100

3369 ROYAL INTEREST: Pair of 19th century prints of King William IV and Queen Adelaide, gilt carved wood and and gesso frames with crown finials, prints, 33cm x 25cm frames 69cm x 49cm £100-200 3370 Eugene Tilly ‘Constitution Hill’ etching signed in pencil 29cm x 39cm £30-50 3371 Japanese wood block print of three birds, 20cm x 30cm £30-50 3372 Henry James Sage (1868 - 1953), street scene probably Quarry Street, Guildford, 18cm x 28cm £50-100 3359 3359 Théodore Fantin-Latour (1805-1872), oval portrait of a young women holding a rose, signed, pastel, 69cm x 55cm £300-500 See Illustration

3354 3354 Myles Birket Foster (1825-1899), After the ride, pencil and wash drawing, Abbott and Holder label verso, 6.5cms x 4.5cms Purchased Nicholsons, lot 429 28/3/2015 £60-100 See Illustration 3355 Early 19th century watercolour of a woman embracing a winged cherub, oval 14cms x 10cms and a mezzotint Madameoiselle Parisot, John Raphael Smith after Devis, 17cms x 12.5cms oval, in very similar gilt frames £50-60 3356 Ron W Webb, cartoon, ‘Its a house like this that gives us a bad name’ signed and dated, 41cm x 58cm £30-50 3357 David T Hamer study of a male nude, signed watercolour, 34cm x 43cm £50-100 3358 Alberto Vasquez Navarrete (Mexico b1950), study of a naked couple, pencil signed dated 1973, 33cm x 44cm £50-100

3360 20th pen ink scene from Romeo and Juliet, Monogram WS, 59cm x 47cm £30-50

3373 Pair of 19th century amateur portraits of ladies in burr wood frames, 21cm x 20cm overall frame sizes, apertures 11cm x 10cm. £40-60 3374 Framed Baxter print of the Duke of Wellington, and four various wax portraits (framed). £50-100

3361 Study of nude unsigned watercolour 92cm x 57cm £30-50 3362 Pair 20th century studies of Cyclists monogram SAR, charcoal each 20cm x 27cm £30-50 3363 Eleven various topographical prints £40-60 3364 19th century hand-tinted print, probably depicting the Coronation of William and Mary, 23cm x 28.5cm £50-80 3365 David T Hamer limited edition print of nude male with cat signed in pencil, 9/150, 44cm x 57cm £30-50 3366 Three 19th century prints of Napoleon in a carved wood gilt frame, each print, 21cm x 18cm £30-50 3367 Coloured print Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, a facsimilie of a letter from Queen Victoria dated June 1897 and three other prints various £30-50 3368 S A Knowles, ‘We do Have Lift off Phase Five’ limited editions print 8/10 signed and titled in pencil 56cm x 78cm £50-100

3375 3375 ROYAL INTEREST: Wax portrait of Queen Elizabeth I and another in matching frame of a gentleman (? Sir Walter Raleigh), 25 x 21.5cms. £50-100 See Illustration 3376 Portrait of Thomas Malet Charters born 1780 died 1836 at Lynchfield Taunton, pencil drawing. Labels on reverse, Ian Grant Inventory item 2 sub-item 265 and Sotheby’s lot label 18/9/01 lot 492 This was the first sale held at Olympia. £50-100 3377 19th century oval miniature portrait of a young man, oil, 20cms x 15.5cms. £20-40

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3378 19th century silhouette of a lady and three others various one by Beetham. £30-50 3379 ROYAL INTEREST: Wax portraits of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert in a single burr wood frame, 27cms x 21cms overall £20-30

3383 3383 Napoleon Bonaparte, round miniature portrait, signature indistinct, 7cms diam £100-200 See Illustration 3384 Admiral Lord Nelson, Baxter print, 10.5 x 7.5cms £60-100 3380 3380 Early 19th century miniature portrait of a young man, 7.5cms x 6cms, gilt frame £100-200 See Illustration

3385 Early 19th century miniature portrait of a young man in ebonised oak leaf frame, oval, 7cms x 6cms £100-200

3388 3388 Early 19th century portrait of a young man, oval mount, gilt frame, 28cms x 23cms Purchased Sotheby’s 18/9/2001 The Ian Grant Collection, inventory label no 2 subitem 248 £150-250 See Illustration 3389 ROYAL PROVENANCE: Silhouette type portrait of a mother and child and a cradle, 13cms x 15cms, card affixed verso Buckingham Palace (Sent to Mildmay sale 1920) from the Queen (Queen Mary) £50-100

3381 19th century miniature painting, “The Palace Agra” oval, ebonised frame, label verso “by a native artist”, 5cms x 6cms £50-100

3382 3382 Miniature portrait of Karl Frieder Schinkel 1781-1841, painter and architect, oval, 7.5cms x 6.5cms, in ebonised oak leaf frame £120-150 See Illustration

3386

3390

3386 19th century miniature portrait of a lady of high rank (?Royal) wearing a tiara with a Russian style crown on a table beside her, 10cms x 7.5cms £200-300 See Illustration

3390 ROYAL INTEREST: King George IV wax portrait by T R Poole, reverse “with card modelled from life by T R Poole” and typed label, “signed and dated 1806 from Lord North’s collection Wroxton Abbey”, in round ebonised frame with crown 21cms diam. Purchased Ewbanks lot 787 29/6 2011 £150-250 See Illustration

3387 19th century miniature portrait of a lady, 15.5cms x 13cms £80-120

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3391 Late 18th century French miniature portrait Inscribes “Marquis des Gechiges?”, oval, 4.5cms x 3.5cms in ebonised frame, signed but signature indistinct £100-200

3395 Early 19th century miniature portrait of a young girl reading a book, 7cms x 7cms £50-100

3398 19th century bust-length portrait miniature of a woman in black with her hair tied up, painted on ivory, unsigned but inscribed verso ‘M E Hoblyn Dec 1821’, 7.5cm x 5.5cm, handwritten note on label verso ‘Henry Morton Stanley sale Furzehill Place’ PLEASE NOTE: THIS ITEM CONTAINS OR IS MADE OF IVORY. Buyers must be aware that regulations of several countries, including USA, prohibit the import of ivory, or any goods containing ivory. Ewbank’s advise prospective purchasers who intend to ship this lot to another country that they must familiarise themselves with the relevant import/export regulations prior to bidding. They are responsible for their shipping arrangements and the onus is therefore on them to organise their own shipping. £80-120

3396

3399 Five reproduction miniatures in ebonised frames and another of Napoleon £30-50

3392 Two 19th century silhouettes one inscribed Caroline Wollaston £30-60 3393 19th century round miniature portrait of a lady, 6cms diam £40-60

3396 ROYAL INTEREST: Pair of round wax portraits in ebonised frames of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, 8cms diameter, by MR D. Morrison, Engraver and Miniature Modeller £100-150 See Illustration

3394 3394 Early 19th century miniature portrait of a Dutch man 9.5 x 7.5cms Purchased Sothebys The Ian Grant Collection 18/9/01 part lot 35 £100-150 See Illustration

3397 Eight various framed miniatures

Light Transport

£50-100

Collections

Single Items

3400 19th century portrait of a gentleman, unsigned oil on canvas 21cm x 20cm £40-60

Deliveries

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ANTHONY CUMINGS COLLECTION: CLOCKS AND FURNITURE This section of sale will not start before 3:15pm

3405 19th century mahogany fret frame mirror, 70cm x 44cm £30-50 3406 19th century mahogany rectangular table on spiral turned support and four splayed legs, 73cm x 61cm £40-60 3407 Early 20th century mahogany bijouterie table 67cm x 60cm £50-80

3401 3401 Swiss Golay Leresche & Fils miniature brass carriage clock, 7.5cms high in original red leather case £50-80 See Illustration

3415 17th century style oak single chair with panelled back and seat £50-100 3416 ROYAL PROVENANCE: George VI coronation stool impressed mark verso, limed oak and red velvet upholstered, 48cm x 46cm £80-120

3408 19th century mahogany pole screen 137cm £30-50

3417 19th century mahogany shell back hall chair £50-80

3409 19th century mahogany pole screen 114cm £30-50

3418 Set of four 19th century mahogany balloon back dining chairs £50-100

3410 Pair of carved oak black forest style bellows 69cm £50-80 3411 19th century oval walnut tilt top table on column support to splayed legs, top 106cm x 132cm £80-120

3419 Early 20th century butler’s mahogany tray and stand, tray 66cm x 45cm £50-100 3420 19th century mahogany single chair with carved top rail £20-30 3421 Early 20th century carved oak freize with central mask 120cm wide £30-50 3422 Set of three early 20th century carved wood and gesso wall mounted festoons, each 79cm wide £50-100

3402

3412

3402 19th century brass carriage clock retailed by Primavesi Bros, Bournemouth. makers mark for Lamaille, 17cms high £150-200 See Illustration

3412 19th century walnut serpentine folding card table on twin end sports united by stretcher, 70cm x 91cm £150-250 See Illustration

3403 Early 20th century mahogany cased triple train mantel clock with silvered dial, barrel movement striking on chimes, 30cm £50-100

3413 19th century mahogany framed button back arm chair £100-200

3423 19th century lacquered stand in the Chinese manner, the top with a compartment to reveal a metal tray, 74cm £100-200 3424 19th Century Mahogany pole screen, rectangular panel with dog - 140cm £30-50 3425 Brass bound bucket - 36cm diameter £30-50 3426 19th Century mahogany pier table with marble top - 73cm high £100-200 3427 Terracotta chimney pot - 54cm high £30-50 3428 Colebrookdale style cast metal garden bench - 120cm £30-50 3429 19th Century mahogany work table with a single drawer above rag box - 71cm £40-60

3404

3414

3404 Chiming mantel clock by Elliott London, 22.5cms high £50-100 See Illustration

3414 19th century rosewood teapoy hinged lid to fitted interior with twin caddies and pair of cut glass bowls, 72cm high £200-300 See Illustration

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3430 3430 ROYAL INTEREST: Queen Elizabeth II Coronation chair impressed mark to base in limed oak and blue velvet £150-250 See Illustration

3434 19th Century teak and brass bound military chest with two short and three long drawers on turned feet - 100cm x 99cm £400-600 See Illustration 3435 ROYAL INTEREST: Elizabeth II Coronation stool limed oak and blue velvet £50-80 3436 ROYAL INTEREST: Elizabeth II Coronation stool lined oak and blue velvet £50-80 3437 Early 20th Century carved wood gilt and painted coat of arms, with central eagle - 117cm x 97cm £30-50

3431 3431 19th Century Mahogany double bed frame, the headboard with carved crown and lion supporters and with,monogram MG, scroll decoration to footboard - 130cm wide Purchased Wellers lot 874 25/6/2011 £200-400 See Illustration 3432 Early 20th Century mahogany boxwood strung and painted display cabinet - 137cm x 61cm £50-80 3433 19th Century mahogany pedestal table with two drawers on column support to round base on three claw feet 70cm x 52cm £80-120

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3438 3438 19th Century paper mache wine table by Jennens and Bettridge decorated with a classical landscape on reeded column with shaped base, maker mark to base 64cm diameter £200-300 See Illustration 3439 Carved gilt wood crown, 28cms

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£20-40


CLOCKS This section of sale will not start before 3:30pm 4000 J.W. Benson, dome top mahogany bracket clock with silvered dial, the three train movement striking the hours and half hours on a gong. 45.5cm high together with a mahogany bracket £800-1200

4005 Gilt metal mounted mantel clock with twin train movement, the dial with Arabic numerals and champleve enamelled decoration, on shaped feet, 33cm £80-120

4008 4008 19th century French carriage clock with repeat and alarm, retailed by Dent of London, in leather and velvet lined case, with key, height 14cm £300-500 See Illustration

4001 4001 French miniature carriage clock with lever movement, the white enamelled dial with Roman numerals, back plate marked R & Co. Paris, 9.5cm high £150-250 See Illustration 4002 Brass and four glass carriage clock with lever movement, the white enamelled dial with Roman and Arabic numerals £80-120 4003 Brass and four glass carriage clock with lever movement, the white enamelled dial with Roman numerals £50-80

4006 4006 Late 18th/early 19th century mahogany eight day longcase clock by Dodson of Holbrook, with silvered chapter ring and second and date dials, engraved face, brass spandrels £200-400 See Illustration

4009 4009 19th Century French gilt metal and porcelain mounted mantel clock with twin train movement striking on a bell, 39cm £200-300 See Illustration 4010 Early 20th century brass and glass carriage clock, 16cm high £50-80 4011 Jacobs and Lucas walnut cased clock with enamelled dial and two train movement, 26cm x 34cm £80-120

4004 4004 Gilt metal and cloisonne enamelled oval repeating carriage clock with lever movement, white enamelled dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary dial, on bun feet £300-500 See Illustration

4007 4007 19th century French large carriage clock with Brocot escapement, the enamelled dial with twin train movement, Arabic numerals, with thermometer and compass on the top, on shaped square feet £250-350 See Illustration

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4012 20th century eight-day triple train walnut cased mantel clock with, Westminster and Whittington chimes, 40cm £100-150 4013 Early 20th century French ormolu and white marble mantel clock, the eight day movement striking the hours and half hours on a bell, 44cm high £150-250

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4016 French brass four glass mantel clock with porcelain dial (lacking pendulum and key), 30cm £40-60 4017 Rosewood drop-dial wall clock with fusee movement Coutin, Exeter (no pendulum, no key), 59cm £100-150 4018 John Worsfold, Dorking, a late 18th century oak longcase clock, the 30 hour movement striking the hours and half hours on a bell. 76cm high £100-200

4014 4014 Comitti of London great wheel skeleton clock with paperwork, 45cm high £400-600 See Illustration

4021 4021 Mahogany cased mantel clock, the silvered dial with Roman numerals, two train movement, 40.5cm high £200-300 See Illustration

4019 4019 20th Century mahogany cased German 8 day triple train mantel clock by Kieningr, with moon phase dial, seconds dial and date aperture, 38cm £200-300 See Illustration

4022 4022 Early 19th century mahogany cased French twin train mantel clock by Le Faucheur Fils, enamelled dial, to twin barrel movement striking on a bell 45cm £300-500 See Illustration 4023 19th century style gilt metal clock with twin train movement, 59cm £100-200 4020

4015 4015 Richard Roughsedge mahogany longcase clock, the two train eight day movement with strike/silent, subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture (two weights, damaged pendulum, no key), 237cm £400-600 See Illustration

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4020 Mahogany cased wall clock with single train fusee movement, the painted dial with Roman numerals and marked ‘French City Observatory’ 62 Cornhill, London, 1126, 38cm diameter £300-500 See Illustration

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4025 Late 19th century French porcelain easel clock 46cm high overall £100-150 4026 Black slate mantel clock, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, Parkinson & Frodsham, Change Alley, London 31cm £100-150

4030 Late 19th century French gilt metal and marble mantel clock, with white enamelled dial signed ‘Mottu a Paris’, with twin train movement and Roman numerals, striking on a bell, with figural surmount of lovers, on scroll feet, 44cm high £150-250

4027 Edwardian French two train mantel clock with floral inlay, striking on a gong, with brass turned columns and bracket feet, 33cm high £100-150 4028 Early 20th century brass and glass carriage clock 18cm high £100-200

4031 4031 Late 19th century boulle and gilt metal mounted mantel clock with white enamelled dial and Roman numeral cartouches, striking on a bell, 35cm high £200-300 See Illustration

4024 4024 Charles Gretton, London, a late 17th / early 18th century ebonized longcase clock, the five pillar movement striking the hours and half hours on a bell. The brass face with silvered chapter ring and Roman numerals, subsidiary second dial and date aperture. 205cm high. Charles Gretton is recorded in Loomes, Brian The Early Clockmakers of Great Britain as being born circa 1649, he was apprenticed to Humfrey Downing in June 1672 and gained his Freedom of the Clockmakers’ Company in 1672. Gretton was first thought to have worked from The Ship in Fleet Street until around 1685 where he is recorded ‘in Fleet Street over against Sergeants Inn Gate’. He was made Assistant of the Clockmakers’ Company in 1689, Warden in 1697 and Master in 1700. He took on many apprentices including Henry Sully (Freed April 1705) and Joseph Antram (Freed October 1706) both of which went on to become famous makers in their own right. In 1701 he put £50 forward to the Clockmakers’ Company in order to establish a trust to assist the orphans of deceased members. £2000-3000 See Illustration

4032 American walnut veneered weight driven wall clock the glass panel decorated with a park scene. 72cm high £40-60 4033 Coventry Astral mahogany round wall clock with white enamel dial and fusee movement 23864, 40cm dia. £100-150 4034 French four glass mantel clock with mercury compensating pendulum, the eight day movement striking the hours and half hours on a gong, 28cm £100-150 4029 4029 Late 19th/early 20th century mahogany eight day long case clock with marquetry inlaid decoration, triple train movement, brass dial and silvered Chapter ring with Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, Chime/Silent dial, Whittington/Westminster chimes striking on eight gongs, back plate numbered 8781, 250cm high £1000-1500 See Illustration

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4035 Henry Browne & Son Ltd, brass bulkhead clock and matching aneroid barometer £60-100

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4036 4036 19th century triple fusee mantel clock by Hancock’s and Co London, brass dial with silvered chapter ring, date and day of the week dials, triple train movement striking on seven bells and a chime 28cm x 22cm £1000-2000 See Illustration

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4037 19th century French porcelain and gilt metal hanging clock 39cm £200-300 4038 Late 19th Century French gilt metal mantel clock, surmounted by a figure, white enamel dial, Roman numerals, under glass dome, on plinth base. 28cm high £100-150

4040 Early 20th century inlaid mahogany mantel clock with a French drum movement. 28cm high £60-80 4041 19th Century mahogany and brass inlaid fusee mantel clock with single train movement by George Bland of Hackney, silvered dial, Roman numerals. 17cm dia face, 34cm high £150-200 4042 19th century mahogany and brass inlaid single train bracket clock with spring driven movement, the white painted dial with Roman numerals, on four brass ball feet, (not original movement), 57cm high £500-800

4039 4039 Early 20th Century brass oval four glass repeating carriage clock with alarm, white enamel dial with black Roman numerals, retail mark Mathew Norman 15cm high, 13.5cm width. £250-350 See Illustration

4043 18th century ebonised double fusee bracket clock, the silvered dial with Arabic and Roman numerals, Strike/Silent dial, marked Jessop, London, with repeat, on four shaped brass feet, 43cm high £800-1200 4044 Early 20th century carved giltwood sunburst clock with single train movement, the dial with Arabic numerals, 54cm wide £50-80

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4045 4045 Oak cased laboratory micro-barograph, Negretti & Zambra, R/31312, early 20th century with two pairs of inter-connected eight-segment vacuum capsules £300-500 See Illustration 4046 Shetland Islands - Ratter, J.D. “Evening, Shetland”, “Whiteness Voe”, “Hams Roe”, “Fitful Head”, with some hand colouring, 24cm x 30.5cm £50-100 4047 P Cattaneo, Croydon, mercury wheel barometer in mahogany case, 114cm £50-100

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PERSIAN RUGS This section of sale will not start before 4:05pm 4048 Persian red ground runner with multiple medallions and borders, 105cm wide £150-250

4054 4054 Persian style rug with multiple borders, centre with repeating foliate forms, 280cm x 360cm £400-600 See Illustration 4055 Cream ground runner, centre with repeating foliate forms, 360cm x 79cm

£30-50

4049 4049 Persian blue ground carpet with multiple borders, a large central medallion with scrolling foliage, 285cm wide £200-300 See Illustration 4050 Persian design rug the central ground with 18 guls within multiple borders 138 x 96cm, and another rug 117cm x 160cm. £40-60 4051 Persian Heriz rug, 143cm x 102cm, and another Persian rug the central rectangular field with three diamond and flower lozenges, 205cm x 123cm. £60-100

4056 4056 Cream ground silk rug with main blue border, centre with concentric medallions, 87cm x 26cm £300-500 See Illustration

4052 4052 Cream ground silk carpet with floral borders, 300cm x 190cm £300-500 See Illustration

4057 4057 Persian red ground silk rug, with one main red border, the centre with repeating foliate forms and shaped medallions, 236cm x 58cm £500-800 See Illustration 4058 Near pair of Afghan rugs and two others 4059 Persian cream ground rug with a central medallion, 180cm x 129cm

4053 4053 Persian silk blue ground rug with multiple borders, centre repeating vase and flowers, 156cm x 104cm £300-500 See Illustration

£50-100

4060 Persian red ground rug, with repeating geometric forms 192cm x 130cm £50-80 4061 Red ground Persian carpet with a central medallion and stylised floral decoration with multiple borders, 520cm x 342cm £400-600 4062 Persian type blue ground carpet with multiple borders the centre with repeating foliate forms, 280cm wide £200-300 4063 Persian type blue ground rug multiple borders, 194cm x 130cm

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£100-150

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£60-100


ANTIQUE FURNITURE This section of sale will not start before 4:15pm

4066 4066 Early 20th century mahogany and marquetry inlaid serpentine display cabinet on splayed legs, 170cm x 73cm £200-300 See Illustration

4064 4064 Early 19th century walnut and herringbone crossbanded linen press, the top with two doors on base with two short and two long drawers with alterations 224cm x 166cm £800-1200 See Illustration 4067 4067 Early 20th century mahogany marble topped side table on reeded legs and paw feet, 83cm, 153cm £300-500 See Illustration 4068 Chinese hard wood coffee table, 40cm x 106cm

£80-120

4069 4069 Pair of 19th century mahogany, crossbanded and marquetry inlaid demi lune card tables, each 74cm x 90cm £400-600 See Illustration

4065 4065 Late 19th century satinwood and ebony strung Sheraton revival cheval mirror, on splayed legs, with brass castors, 172cm high £500-800 See Illustration

4070 19th century mahogany tilt top table, diameter 75cm

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£80-120

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4071 4071 Pair of 20th century painted plaster and wood Blackamoor floor standing nine branch lights, 190cm £500-800 See Illustration

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4080

4075 19th century walnut games table with leather inset top, four drop leaves and concealed counter wells, on four turned supports and scroll legs. 70cm x 55cm x 55cm £300-500 See Illustration

4080 19th century birds-eye maple and rosewood chess top table on painted column support and tripod base, 73cm x 43cm £200-300 See Illustration 4081 19th century mahogany table, marquetry inlay with stars, column support and tripod base, diameter 38cm £100-200 4082 Early 20th century mahogany Sheraton revival marquetry inlaid lady’s writing desk, the top with five drawers and two cupboard doors, the base with a single drawer, on square legs, 107cm x 85cm x 40cm £150-250 4083 19th century mahogany tilt top table on column support to tripod base, diameter 85cm x height 70cm £100-200

4072 4072 Early 20th century mahogany desk, top with two drawers above base of seven drawers on square legs. 100 x 136cms £200-400 See Illustration 4073 19th century mahogany corner cabinet. W80 x H112cms £80-120 4074 19th century mahogany breakfront sideboard, two drawers flanked by a deep drawer and a cupboard door, on straight legs, 151cm wide £100-200

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4076 4076 19th century mahogany extending dining table with one leaf, on turned legs, 125cm wide, extended 173cm £300-500 See Illustration 4077 Early 20th century mahogany and parquetry inlaid open armchair £80-120 4078 19th century mahogany tilt top table on column support and splayed legs, top 152cm x 119cm £200-300 4079 18th century style walnut bureau, 88cm x 46cm £100-200

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4084 4084 19th century military mahogany secretaire chest with fitted drawer above four long drawers with shallow recess, on turned legs, 100cm x 94cm x 51cm £300-500 See Illustration


4085 19th century mahogany framed button back armchair £100-200

4100 Late 19th/early 20th century mahogany hat and coat stand £100-150

4086 Victorian mahogany framed button backed sofa, on cabriole legs £150-250

4101 18th century oak gateleg table on bobbin turned supports, 67cm x 83cm £80-120

4087 Two Victorian mahogany button backed armchairs, on turned legs £80-120

4102 19th century pollard oak and rosewood cross banded sofa table on twin end supports, 72cm x 93cm x 61cm £200-300

4088 19th century mahogany round tilt top table on column support and splayed legs, diameter 85cm £100-200 4089 19th century rosewood cross banded sofa table on twin end supports, 75cm x 101cm £300-500 4090 Early 20th century brass club fender, 200cm £200-300

4103 18th century oak and walnut veneered chest of two short over three long drawers on bun feet, 95cm x 98cm x 53cm £150-250 4104 19th century mahogany foldover tea table on tapering round column and scroll carved quatrefoil base, 97cm x 92cm x 46cm £150-250

4093 Set of six 19th century dining chairs, spindle backs, with upholstered seats £200-300 4094 19th century apothecary oak chest of five drawers with painted labels, 40cm x 60cm £100-200

4109 George III walnut fret framed mirror with gilt decoration, 106cm x 60cm maximum £100-150 4110 19th century walnut framed mirror with gilt scrolling mounts, 48cm x 150cm £100-200 4111 Indian hardwood and brass bound trunk with fitted interior, 50cm x 87cm x 43cm £100-200

4105 4105 19th century walnut and crossbanded cupboard with two folding doors enclosing interior with shelves on bracket feet, 78cm h x 143cm w x 53cm d £200-300 See Illustration 4113 4113 19th century rosewood davenport with sliding top above cupboard door. 91.5cm high x 54cm wide x 60.96cm deep £150-250 See Illustration

4095 19th yewwood tripod table with birdcage top, on turned column, dia 78cm. £200-300 4096 18th century oak coffer of plank construction, width 109cm

4108 19th century walnut stool with carved stretchered base, 47cm x 55cm x 41cm £80-120

4112 North African hardwood and mother-ofpearl inlaid folding chair £60-100

4091 19th century mahogany bureau bookcase the top with two glazed doors on base with fall front to reveal fitted interior above five drawers, 240cm x 106cm £200-400 4092 Pair of 19th century mahogany hall chairs with carved backs, on turned and carved supports £100-200

4107 19th century mahogany chest of three short over three long drawers on bracket feet, 100cm x 114cm x 54cm £200-300

£150-250

4097 19th century mahogany open armchair on carved cabriole legs £100-200 4098 19th century walnut Queen Anne style chair on carved cabriole legs and stretchered base £60-100 4099 Walnut framed open armchair with carved scroll arms, on stretchered base and paw feet £100-200

4106 4106 19th/20th century walnut and crossbanded side table in early 18th century style with three drawers on turned supports and shaped stretchers, 83cm x 103cm x 57cm £150-250 See Illustration

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4114 4114 19th century mahogany tilt top table, 140cm diameter £300-500 See Illustration

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4119

4115 Set of six 19th century mahogany balloon back dining chairs with padded seats on cabriole legs £200-400 See Illustration

4119 Victorian mahogany pedestal desk, with flap enclosing well, pigeon holes and two drawers, flanked by raised back with twin two drawer sections, on plinth base, 100 x 135cm x 75cm, a mahogany folding stand, with brass plaque, engraved Rumpole Provenance: Formerly the property of the actor Leo McKern well known for his role as Rumpole of the Bailey. Sent in for sale by his family £200-300 See Illustration 4120 Early 20th century mahogany glazed cabinet on two-tiered stand on narrow square supports, 151cm x 69cm x 30cm £150-250 4121 Victorian mahogany bookcase cabinet, the top with two glazed doors, the base with two drawers and two cupboard doors 230cm x 120cm £300-500

4116 4116 Victorian mahogany breakfront bookcase cabinet, with glazed doors over two short and two long drawers flanked by cupboards on plinth bases, 218cm x 217cm x 49cm £400-600 See Illustration 4117 Late 19th century mahogany framed chaise longue upholstered in floral fabric on turned supports £80-120 4118 Mahogany and marble topped oval dressing table mirror, 90cm x 79cm £80-120

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4122 4122 19th century mahogany card table, on turned legs and castors, 73cm x 90cm £200-300 See Illustration 4123 19th century rosewood knitting table with galleried undershelf, diameter 42cm £60-100

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4128 Early 19th century circular mahogany tilt top breakfast table on turned centre column with acanthus carved scrolled feet, 130cm diameter £150-250 4129 Set of six early 19th century bar back mahogany dining chairs with sabre legs, and a similar elbow chair (7) £200-300 4137 4124

4137 19th mahogany framed button back sofa, 165cm wide £200-300 See Illustration

4124 Pair of late 19th/early 20th century satinwood and yellow upholstered open armchairs with painted floral and swag decoration, on square tapering front legs £300-500 See Illustration

4138 4130 4130 19th century faux bamboo lattice work octagonal table in Brighton Pavillion style, 29cm x 60cm £400-600 See Illustration 4125 4125 Late 19th/early 20th century satinwood oval two-tier table with inlaid and painted floral decoration, on square tapering supports and castors, with undershelf, 74cm x 77cm x 51cm £300-500 See Illustration 4126 George III mahogany fret framed mirror with shell inlaid decoration, 67cm x 40cm maximum £50-80

4138 19th Century mahogany mule chest, 70cm x 126cm £200-300 See Illustration

4131 19th century mahogany framed upholstered arm chair £100-200 4132 19th century carved oak centre table on spiral twist supports and stretchers and splayed legs 70cm x 121cm £200-400 4133 19th century mahogany rectangular table on column support and splayed legs, 70cm x 57cm £80-120 4134 18th/19th century oak and metal mounted silver box, 60cm x 75cm £80-120 4135 19th century mahogany Sutherland table on twin end supports and splayed legs, 70cm x 90cm £100-200 4136 Early 20th century mahogany revolving bookcase 87cm x 50cm £100-200

4127 4127 Early 19th century mahogany sofa table on X end supports with turned and reeded stretcher and scrolling acanthus ormolu feet, 148cm x 71cm (extended). £200-300 See Illustration

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4139 4139 18th Century oak chest of three drawers, 83cm x 93cm £200-300 See Illustration 4140 19th Century mahogany and marquetry inlaid demi lune folding tea table £150-250 4141 19th Century mahogany chest of 2 short over 3 long drawers, 102cm x 96cm £100-200 4142 19th Century mahogany demi lune folding tea table, 94cm x 74cm £100-200

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4149 4143 4143 George III oak bureau the fitted interior with a well, on turned feet, 94cm x 84cm £200-300 See Illustration

4144 4144 Early 20th Century mahogany and marquetry inlaid writing desk of seven drawers on square legs with castors,, 77cm x 120cm £300-500 See Illustration

4149 Victorian burr walnut serpentine foldover card table on turned and carved column and quatrefoil base, 72cm x 91cm £150-250 See Illustration

4158

£100-200

4158 19th century oak cupboard the top with two doors, the base with single cupboard door on square legs, 179cm x 142cm £250-350 See Illustration

4151 20th century teak cased upright piano by Kemble £100-200

4159 20th Century carved mahogany lamp in architectural form, 66cm high £150-250

4152 19th century mahogany and satinwood sideboard with single drawer flanked by deep drawer and cupboard door on tuned legs, 74cm x 173cm £100-200

4160 18th century oak gate leg dining table on turned legs, 73cm x 121cm £200-400

4150 White marble display pedestal

4153 19th century rosewood pier cabinet, 102cm x 79cm £100-200

4161 18th century style oak dresser, with two tier plate rack, on base with five drawers and two cupboard doors, 184cm x 122cm £200-400

4154 19th century girandole with eagle’s head finial, 76cm high £300-500

4145 19th century mahogany framed upholstered arm chair on cabriole legs £80-120

4155 Pair of 19th century Venetian style mirrors, 74cm x 58cm £200-300

4146 19th century mahogany chest of two short over three drawers £100-200

4156 19th century mahogany sofa table £100-200

4147 19th century mahogany framed and upholstered armchair on carved supports, reeded turned legs and castors £100-200 4148 Mahogany pedestal desk of nine drawers with leather inset top, top 156cm x 94cm £100-200

4162 4162 19th century mahogany Wellington chest on plinth base, 121cm x 60cm £300-500 See Illustration

4157 4157 18th walnut bureau the fall front over two short and two graduated long drawers. the stepped interior with a well, 94cm wide £250-350 See Illustration

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4163 A 17th/18th century oak coffer opening to reveal a candle box 88cm long £100-150 4164 19th Century mahogany tallboy 120cm Wide 180cm High 60cm Deep £100-200


4165 Brass and leather adjustable club fender 125cm wide

£80-120

4171 19th century mahogany framed upholstered arm chair

£100-200

4166 19th century mahogany side table with two drawers on turned tapering reeded legs, 75cm x 92cm £150-250

4172 Late 19th century walnut framed upholstered open arm chair on turned legs £80-120

4167 18th century oak coffer of plank construction, 50cm x 103cm £100-200

4173 Late 19th century walnut framed upholstered chair

£50-80

4174 19th century mahogany framed button back open arm chair £100-200 4175 Set of six 19th century walnut dining chairs with carved top rails and padded seats, on turned legs £100-200 4176 Set of four 19th century mahogany open back dining chairs on turned legs £50-100

4168 4168 Regency style mahogany round dining table on column support to triangular base on lion’s paw feet, diameter 183cm £400-600 See Illustration

4177 4177 19th century rosewood framed chaise longue 197cm wide £200-300 See Illustration 4169 4169 19th century leather button back chesterfield sofa, 238cm wide £300-500 See Illustration

4178 Walnut and marquetry inlaid pier cabinet with gilt metal figural mounts, 108cm x 82cm £80-120 4179 19th century oak corner wall cupboard with a single panelled door, 94cm x 69cm £60-100 4180 19th century oak and mahogany cross banded corner wall cupboard, 115cm x 70cm

£60-100

4181 18th century style walnut stool with padded seat, on cabriole legs, 45cm x 53cm £60-100 4182 George III oak tilt top table on column sport and tripod base, diameter 80cm £80-120 4183 19th Century mahogany and cross banded work table with three drawers on turned legs - 75cm x 45cm £80-120 4170 4170 19th century rosewood cross banded round breakfast table, on column support and scroll feet, diameter 123cm £200-400 See Illustration

4184 19th Century rosewood folding tea table on column support and scroll legs - 78cm x 107cm £150-250 4185 19th Century oak chest of four drawers - 93cm x 99cm

£100-200

4186 19th Century tilt top table on column support and tripod base 76cm diameter £50-80

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4187 19th Century mahogany three tier whatnot 80cm x 40cm £50-80

4201 Set of eight 19th century oak ladderback chairs with rush seats, two carvers and six singles £200-300

4188 19th Century rosewood Canterbury, the base with a drawer - 50cm x 50cm £100-200

4202 19th century oak wall hanging unit with three shelves, 109cm x 93cm £80-120

4189 Pair of mahogany bow fronted bookcases with cupboard bases - 180cm x 48cm £100-200 4190 19th Century rosewood three tiered whatnot - 85cm x 55cm £100-200 4191 19th Century mahogany four tier whatnot 99cm x 63cm £80-120 4192 19th Century Dutch marqutery inlaid rectangular mirror 75cm x 36cm £50-80

4203 Victorian mahogany pedestal sideboard with mirrored back, 200cm x 197cm £150-250 4195 4195 19th century Dutch mahogany inlaid bombe chest of four drawers, 84cm x 91cm £500-800 See Illustration

4204 19th Century mahogany tub chair with tapestry drop in seat £80-120 4205 19th century mahogany bergere armchair with padded leather arms and loose cushions £80-120 4206 19th century mahogany bergere settee with padded arms and padded seat on turned legs, 180cm long £50-100

4193 19th century mahogany and marquetry inlaid serpentine sideboard, a central drawer flanked by two drawers deep drawer and cupboard, on square tapering legs, 92cm x 182cm £150-250

4207 19th century mahogany framed bergere armchair on turned legs £80-120 4208 19th century mahogany fall front bureau with five drawers on ogee bracket feet, 103cm x 78cm £100-200 4209 19th century mahogany side table two drawers on turned legs, 78cm x 94cm £80-120 4196 4196 19th century round mahogany extending dining table on turned tapering reeded legs, 120cm diameter, 230cm extended £200-400 See Illustration 4197 19th century mahogany chest of two short and three long drawers, on bracket base, 82cm x 92cm £100-200

4194 4194 late 19th century early 20th century mahogany chest of four long drawers on stand with four further drawers, 180cm x 111cm £200-400 See Illustration

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4198 19th century mahogany chiffonier with raised back above two drawers and two cupboard doors, 136cm x 117cm £100-200 4199 Early 20th century walnut desk chair £80-120 4200 Early 19th century mahogany chiffonier with raised back above two cupboard doors, 135cm x 107cm £150-250

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4210 19th century mahogany chest of two short and three long drawers, 110cm x 100cm £50-100 4211 19th century mahogany bookcase top with two glazed doors and base with two glazed doors, 220x 104cm £200-300 4212 19th century mahogany bookcase with three glazed doors on plinth base, 217cm x 230cm £200-300 4213 19th century style bird cage, 62x 63cm £40-60 4214 Pair of cast metal door stops in the form of lions rampant, 29cm £50-80 4215 Early 20th century mahogany and satinwood cross banded and marquerty inlaid partners desk, the top section with six drawers on pedestal with three drawers and cupboard door - 66cm x 136cm x 105cm £600-1000


4216 Regency style mahogany sofa table, on twinend supports and scroll feet. 73cm x 85cm £60-100 4217 William IV mahogany secretaire desk, with three drawers above a sliding secretaire drawer with birds eye maple interior, three drawers to each pedestal with three drawers to the frieze, above with turned wood recessed handles, 112cm x 128cm £400-600 4218 Victorian papier mache work table on stand with mother of pearl, painted and gilt decoration, on quatrefoil base, 75cm x 42cm x 33cm £150-250 4219 Victorian papier mache tilt-top table with mother of pearl, painted and gilt decoration, on floriform base, 69cm x 77cm x 61cm £50-80 4220 19th century mahogany work table with drop flaps, bag, on turned column and quatrefoil base, 76cm x 51cm x 42cm £100-150 4221 Queen Elizabeth II coronation chair - no 380 - in limed oak and blue velvet impressed marks to base £100-200

4228 4228 Early 19th century Maltese olivewood crossbanded drum table with radiating veneered top, the centre with a cross, four drawers, on triangular column support to tripod base with three round feet, diameter 71cms height, 72cms £800-1200 See Illustration 4229 Set of six 19th century French mahogany framed dining chairs with padded back and seats £200-300

4222 Set of six 19th century rosewood and upholstered bar back dining chairs on front turned legs, with drop in seats. 80cm high £150-250

4225 Set of six 19th century mahogany balloon back dining chairs £100-200 4226 19th century round mahogany breakfast table, diameter 139cm £100-200 4227 19th century Dutch walnut and marquetry inlaid hall chair £100-200

4232 19th century Dutch marquetry inlaid work table, the hinged top revealing fitted interior and a rag box, on square legs, 75cm, 38cm, 32cm £100-200 See Illustration 4233 Nest of four Chinese rosewood tables with carved decoration, the largest 70cm x 50cm £100-200 4234 Nest of four Chinese rosewood tables with carved decoration, the largest 70cm x 50cm £100-200 4235 George III style mahogany twin pedestal dining table with to extra leaves, top 152cm x 246cm extended 372cm £400-600

4223 19th century rosewood oval tilt top dining table on splayed supports. 145cm width, 80cm height, 110cm depth £200-400 4224 Victorian walnut breakfront wardrobe, the centre section with linen press 205cm x 209cm £80-120

4232

4236 Set of eleven Chippendale style mahogany ding chairs with drop in seats with a similar arm chair £400-600 4230 4230 19th century French walnut and marquetry centre table with a single drawer, supported on slender cabriole legs, the whole enriched with gilt metal mounts,.103cms wide, 56cms deep and 74cms high £500-800 See Illustration

4237 Pair of early 20th century leather button back arm chairs £200-400 4238 Pair of brown leather button backed chesterfield sofas £300-500

4231 French style mahogany and gilt metal mounted marble topped octagonal table, 82cm x 46cm £100-200

4239 4239 19th century continental rosewood and kingwood serpentine cylinder bureau, fitted interior above four drawers, 106cm x 96cm £300-500 See Illustration

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4240 4240 17th century German Augsburg chest, the doors, side panels and top inlaid with stained woods, the top with musical instruments and scrolling foliage, the doors (inside and out) and the sides with architectural motifs, the doors enclosing a central cupboard flanked by fifteen drawers all inlaid with landscape and architectural themes, the cupboard doors enclosing six further smaller drawers, with iron carrying handles, 63cm x 95cm x 39cm Provenance: The chest has been in the vendor’s family for three generations. £10000-15000 See Illustration 4241 19th century Venetian mirror 130cm x 100cm

£40-60

4242 4242 Eurocave cabinet wine chillier 180cm x 59cm This lot has come from a private source and is thought to be in working order but we cannot guarantee that it is and that it is without faults. The item has been PAC tested by an electrician £300-500 See Illustration

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We will act reasonably when deciding how to settle the dispute. 3.5 Bidders will be deemed to act as principals, even if the Bidder is acting as an agent for a third party. 3.6 We may bid on Lots on behalf of the Seller up to one bid below the Reserve. 3.7 We may refuse to accept any bid if it is reasonable for us to do so. 3.8 Bidding increments will be at our sole discretion (but will be in line with standard auction practice). 4 The purchase price As Buyer, you will pay: a. the Hammer Price; b. a premium of 22.5% plus VAT of the Hammer Price; c. any artist’s resale right royalty payable on the sale of the Lot; and d. any VAT due. 5 VAT 5.1 You shall be liable for the payment of any VAT applicable on the Hammer Price and premium due for a Lot. Please see the symbols used in the auction catalogue for that Lot and the “Information for Buyers” in our auction catalogue for further information. 5.2 We will charge VAT at the current rate at the date of the auction. 6 The contract between you and the Seller 6.1 The contract for the purchase of the Lot between you and the Seller will be formed when the hammer falls accepting the highest bid for the Lot at the auction. 6.2 You may directly enforce any terms in the Terms of Consignment against a Seller to the extent that you suffer damages and/or loss as a result of the Seller’s breach of the Terms of Consignment. 6.3 If you breach these Terms of Sale, you may be responsible for damages and/or losses suffered by a Seller or us. If we are contacted by a Seller who wishes to bring a claim against you, we may in our discretion provide the Seller with information or assistance in relation to that claim. 6.4 We normally act as an agent only and will not have any responsibility for default by you or the Seller (unless we are the Seller of the Lot). 7 Payment 7.1 Immediately following your successful bid on a Lot you will: 7.1.1 give to us, if not already provided to our satisfaction, proof of identity in a form acceptable to us (and any other information that we require in order to comply with our anti-money laundering obligations); and 7.1.2 pay to us the Total Amount Due in cash (for which there is an upper limit of 15,000 euros equivalent) or in any other way that we agree to accept payment. 7.2 If you owe us any money, we may use any payment made by you to repay these debts. 8 Title and collection of purchases 8.1 Once you have paid us in full the Total Amount Due for any Lot, ownership of that Lot will transfer to you. You may not claim or collect a Lot until you have paid for it. 8.2 You will (at your own expense) collect any Lots that you have purchased and paid for either: 8.2.1 not later than five business days following the day of the auction; or 8.2.2 not later than five business days following the date that we have received payment of the Total Amount Due in cleared funds, if later. 8.3 If you do not collect the Lot within this time period, you will be responsible for any reasonable removal, storage and insurance charges in relation to that Lot. 8.4 Risk of loss or damage to the Lot will pass to you when you (or your agents) take physical possession of the Lot. 8.5 If you do not collect the Lot that you have paid for within ninety days

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after the auction, we may sell the Lot. We will pay the proceeds of any such sale to you, but will deduct any storage charges or other sums that we have incurred in the storage and sale of the Lot. We reserve the right to charge you a selling commission at our standard rates on any such resale of the Lot. 9 Remedies for non-payment or failure to collect purchases 9.1 Please do not bid on a Lot if you do not intend to buy it. If your bid is successful, these Terms of Sale will apply to you. This means that you will have to carry out your obligations set out in these Terms of Sale. If you do not comply with these Terms of Sale we may (acting on behalf of the Seller and ourselves) pursue one or more of the following measures: 9.1.1 take action against you for damages for breach of contract; 9.1.2 reverse the sale of the Lot to you and/or any other Lots sold by us to you; 9.1.3 resell the Lot by auction or private treaty (in which case you will have to pay any difference between the price you should have paid for the Lot and the price we sell it for as well as the charges outlined in Clause 8.5). Please note that if we sell the Lot for a higher amount than your winning bid, the extra money will belong to the Seller; 9.1.4 remove, store and insure the Lot at your expense; 9.1.5 if you do not pay us within five business days of your successful bid, we may charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.5% per month on the total amount due; 9.1.6 keep that Lot or any other Lot sold to you until you pay the Total Amount Due; 9.1.7 reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions or impose conditions before we accept bids from you; and/or 9.1.8 if we sell any Lots for you, use the money made on these Lots to repay any amount you owe us. 9.2 We will act reasonably when exercising our rights under Clause 9.1. We will contact you before exercising these rights and try to work with you to correct any noncompliance by you with these Terms of Sale. 10 Health and safety Although we take reasonable precautions regarding health and safety, you are on our premises at your own risk. Please note the lay-out of the premises and security arrangements. Neither we nor our employees or agents are responsible for the safety of you or your property when you visit our premises, unless you suffer any injury to your person or damage to your property as a result of our, our employees’ or our agents’ negligence. 11 Warranties 11.1 The Seller warrants to us and to you that: 11.1.1 the Seller is the true owner of the Lot for sale or is authorised by the true owner to offer and sell the lot at auction; 11.1.2 the Seller is able to transfer good and marketable title to the Lot to you free from any third party rights or claims; and 11.1.3 as far as the Seller is aware, the main characteristics of the Lot set out in the auction catalogue (as amended by any notice displayed in the saleroom or announced by the Auctioneer at the auction) are correct. 11.2 If, after you have placed a successful bid and paid for a Lot, any of the warranties above are found not to be true, please notify us in writing. Neither we nor the Seller will be liable to pay you any sums over and above the Total Amount Due and we will not be responsible for any inaccuracies in the information provided by the Seller except as set out below. 11.3 Please note that many of the Lots that you may bid on at our auction are secondhand. 11.4 If a Lot is not second-hand and you purchase the Lot as a Consumer from a Seller that is a Trader, a number of additional terms may be implied by law in addition to the Seller’s warranties set out at Clause 11.1 (in particular under the Consumer Rights Act 2015). These Terms of Sale do not seek to exclude your rights under law as they relate to the sale of these Lots. 11.5 Save as expressly set out above, all other warranties, conditions or other terms which might have effect between the Seller and you, or us and you, or be implied or incorporated by statue, common law or otherwise are excluded. 12 Descriptions and condition 12.1 Our descriptions of the Lot will be based on: (i) information provided to us by the Seller of the Lot (for which we are not liable); and (ii) our opinion (although it is likely that we will not be able to carry out a detailed inspection of each Lot). 12.2 We will give you a number of opportunities to view and inspect the Lots before the auction. You (and any independent consultants acting on your behalf) must satisfy yourself about the accuracy of any description of a Lot. We shall not be responsible for any failure by you or your consultants to properly inspect a Lot. 12.3 Representations or statements by us as to authorship, genuineness, origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated selling price involve matters of opinion. We undertake that any such opinion will be honestly and reasonably held and accept liability for opinions given negligently or fraudulently. 12.4 Please note that Lots (in particular second-hand Lots) are unlikely to be in perfect condition. Lots are sold “as is” (i.e. as you see them at the time of the auction). Neither we nor the Seller accept any liability for the condition of second-hand Lots or for any condition issues affecting a Lot if such issues are included in the description of a Lot in the auction catalogue (or in any saleroom notice) and/ or which the inspection of a Lot by the Buyer ought to have revealed. 13 Deliberate Forgeries 13.1 You may return any Lot which is found to be a Deliberate Forgery to us within one month of the auction provided that you return the Lot to us in the same condition as when it was released to you, accompanied by a written statement identifying the Lot from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement of defects. 13.2 If we are reasonably satisfied that the Lot is a Deliberate Forgery we will refund the money paid by you for the Lot (including any Premium and applicable VAT) provided that if:

13.2.1 the catalogue description reflected the accepted view of experts as at the date of the auction; or 13.2.2 you personally are not able to transfer good and marketable title in the Lot to us, you will have no right to a refund under this Clause 13.2. 13.3 If you have sold the Lot to another person, we will only be liable to refund the price that you paid for the Lot. We will not be responsible for repaying any additional money you may have made from selling the Lot. 13.4 Your right to return a Lot that is a Deliberate Forgery does not affect your legal rights and is in addition to any other right or remedy provided by law or by these Terms of Sale. 14 Our liability to you 14.1 We will not be liable for any loss of opportunity or disappointment suffered as a result of participating in our auction. 14.2 In addition to the above, neither we nor the Seller shall be responsible to you and you shall not be responsible to the Seller or us for any other loss or damage that any of us suffer that is not a foreseeable result of any of us not complying with the Conditions of Business. Loss or damage is foreseeable if it is obvious that it will happen or if at the time of the sale of the Lot, we, you and the Seller knew it might happen. 14.3 Subject to Clause 14.4, if we are found to be liable to you for any reason (including, amongst others, if we are found to be negligent, in breach of contract or to have made a misrepresentation), our liability will be limited to the total purchase price paid by you to us for any Lot. 14.4 Notwithstanding the above, nothing in these Terms of Sale shall limit our liability (or that of our employees or agents) for: 14.4.1 death or personal injury resulting from negligence (as defined in the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977); 14.4.2 fraudulent misrepresentation; or 14.4.3 any liability which cannot be excluded by law. 15 Notices 15.1 All notices between you and us regarding these Terms of Sale must be in writing and signed by or on behalf of the party giving it. 15.2 Any notice referred in Clause 15.1 may be given: 15.2.1 by delivering it by hand; 15.2.2 by first class pre-paid post or Recorded Delivery; or 15.2.3 by email, provided that a copy is also sent by pre-paid post or Recorded Delivery. 15.3 Notices must be sent: 15.3.1 by hand or registered post: a. to us, at our address set out in these Terms of Sale or at our registered office address appearing on our Website; and b. to you, at the last postal address that you have given to us as your contact address in writing; or 15.3.2 by email: a. to us, by sending the notice to both the following email addresses: antiques@ewbankauctions.co.uk and chris@ewbankauctions.co.uk b. to you, by sending the notice to any email address that you have given to us as your contact email address in writing. 15.4 Notices will be deemed to have been received: 15.4.1 if delivered by hand, on the day of delivery; 15.4.2 if sent by first class pre-paid post or Recorded Delivery, two business days after posting, exclusive of the day of posting; or 15.4.3 if sent by email, at the time of transmission unless sent after 17.00 in the place of receipt in which case they will be deemed to have been received on the next business day in the place of receipt (provided that a copy has also been sent by pre-paid post or Recorded Delivery as set out in Clause 15.2.3). 15.5 Any notice or communication given under these Terms of Sale will not be validly given if sent by fax, email, any form of messaging via social media or text message. 16 Data Protection We will hold and process any personal data in relation to you in accordance with our current privacy policy, a copy of which is available on our website 17 General 17.1 We may, acting reasonably, refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person. 17.2 We act as an agent for our Sellers. The rights we have to claim against you for breach of these Terms of Sale may be used by either us, our employees or agents, or the Seller, its employees or agents, as appropriate. Other than as set out in this Clause, these Terms of Sale are between you and us and no other person will have any rights to enforce any of these Terms of Sale. 17.3 We may use special terms in the catalogue descriptions of particular Lots. You must read these terms carefully along with any glossary provided in our auction catalogues. 17.4 Each of the clauses of these Terms of Sale operates separately. If any court or relevant authority decides that any of them are unlawful, the remaining clauses will remain in full force and effect. 17.5 We may change these Terms of Sale from time to time, without notice to you. Please read these Terms of Sale carefully, as they may be different from the last time you read them. 17.6 Except as otherwise stated in these Terms of Sale, each of our rights and remedies are: (a) are in addition to and not exclusive of any other rights or remedies under these Terms of Sale or general law; and (b) may be waived only in writing and specifically. Delay in exercising or non-exercise of any right under these Terms of Sale is not a waiver of that or any other right. Partial exercise of any right under these Terms of Sale will not preclude any further or other exercise of that right or any other right under these Terms of Sale. Waiver of a breach of any term of these Terms of Sale will not operate as a waiver of breach of any other term or any subsequent breach of that term. 17.7 These Terms of Sale and any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with them (including any non-contractual claims or disputes) shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of England and the parties irrevocably submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.

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CONDITIONS OF BUSINES FOR ONSITE AUCTIONS CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS FOR ONSITE AUCTIONS (November 2015) These conditions of business for auctions held at an auctioneer’s premises (“Conditions”) consist of: (1) Users’ Introduction (which sets out a guide for users of these Conditions); (2) Information for Buyers (which sets out information for buyers who will be subject to the Terms of Sale); (3) Terms of Consignment (which are the contractual terms that sellers at auctions are subject to); and (4) Terms of Sale (which are the contractual terms that bidders and buyers at auctions are subject to). Items (2), (3) and (4) are used together as a package. (1) USERS’ INTRODUCTION 1.1 Modern consumer protection law, whether from the UK or the EU is having a steadily increasing impact on the sale of goods by auction. In particular, the Consumer Rights Act 2015 (the “Act”) and the Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013 (the “Regulations”) apply to auction sales held at the auctioneer’s premises. Copies of the Act and the Regulations are available for inspection on request. 1.2 The Act stipulates that contractual terms that apply to consumers must be prominent and transparent (i.e. legible and expressed in plain and intelligible language). In addition, the Act sets out an indicative, non-exhaustive, list of terms which may be regarded as unfair and therefore not binding on a consumer. As a result (and in order to prevent these Conditions becoming unwieldy and unbalanced), these Conditions ask the auctioneer on occasion to accept more risk and responsibility in relation to its business buyers and sellers than it usually would (and indeed than it may legally have to) in order to bring these Conditions in line with the Act. 1.3 The Regulations state that certain information about the seller/auctioneer, the contract and the consumer’s rights must be provided to a consumer prior to concluding any contract for the consignment or sale of goods. However the extent of information to be provided depends on whether the contract itself is deemed to be a distance, off-premises or onpremises contract. These Conditions have been prepared on the assumption that all contracts with sellers and buyers are on-premises contracts (meaning contracts negotiated and concluded at the auctioneer’s premises). The information that the auctioneer is required to provide to consumer sellers and buyers is set out at the start of the Terms of Consignment and Terms of Sale respectively. 1.4 These Conditions have been prepared based on the following assumptions: a. the contracts concluded with the seller for the consignment of the goods and with the buyer for the purchase of the goods are on-premises contracts; b. the auctioneer will take possession of the goods from the seller prior to the auction; c. the auctioneer will prepare the description of the goods appearing in the auction catalogue based on the information provided by the seller and the auctioneer’s own inspection of the goods; d. the buyer will have the opportunity to inspect the goods prior to the auction and will have the opportunity to attend the auction in person; e. the auctioneer will take payment of the goods from the buyer, deduct any commission/ premium, agreed expenses and VAT and pay the remainder to the seller; and f. the auctioneer will keep the goods until they are either collected by the seller (if unsold at the auction) or collected by the buyer following the auctioneer’s receipt of the purchase price from the buyer. 1.5 The auctioneer has two points of interaction with consumers: a. when the auctioneer provides services to the seller; and b. when the auctioneer comes into contact with buyers. (Although not primarily contracting with the auctioneer, who is an agent for the seller, buyers normally contract on standard terms imposed by the auctioneer as agent. Some of these conditions create a direct contract between the buyer and the auctioneer). 1.6 These Conditions are designed to reflect the law and provide reasonable protection for the seller, the auctioneer and the buyer. The authors had in mind general sales of fine art and these Conditions do not deal with specialist sales such as plant and machinery, or agricultural produce. In these areas, statute law tends to lay down extra duties which must be dealt with by specific conditions not appearing here. 1.7 These Model Conditions primarily consist of the “Terms of Consignment” and the “Terms of Sale”. The transactions between seller and auctioneer, and seller and buyer are completely distinct contracts. We have therefore placed considerable importance on using the expression “Terms of Consignment” for sellers and other consignors who consign property for sale at onsite auctions, and “Terms of Sale” for transactions which take place by auction. The term “Conditions of Business” includes both the Terms of Consignment and the Terms of Sale as well any notices displayed in the saleroom and any announcements made by the auctioneer at the auction. 1.8 Individual clauses have been drafted in the light of statutory requirements and case law. 1.9 Buyers and sellers are bound by the auctioneer’s Conditions of Business (2) INFORMATION FOR BUYERS AT AUCTIONS 1. Introduction. The following notes are intended to assist bidders and buyers, particularly those that are inexperienced or new to our salerooms. All of our auctions are governed by our Conditions of Business incorporating the Terms of Consignment (primarily applicable to sellers), the Terms of Sale (primarily applicable to bidders and buyers) and any notices that are

displayed in our salerooms or announced by the auctioneer at the auction. Our Conditions of Business are available for inspection at our salerooms and the Terms of Sale are printed in the back of our auction catalogues and on our web-site. Our staff will be happy to help you if there is anything in our Conditions of Business that you do not fully understand. Please make sure that you read our Terms of Sale set out in this catalogue or on our website carefully before bidding in the auction. If your bid is successful, you will be obliged to comply with our Terms of Sale. 2. Agency. As auctioneers we usually act on behalf of the seller whose identity, for reasons of confidentiality, is not normally disclosed. If you buy at auction your contract for the goods is with the seller, not with us as auctioneer. 3. Estimates. Estimates are designed to help you gauge what sort of sum might be involved for the purchase of a particular lot. Estimates may change and should not be thought of as the sale price. The lower estimate may represent the reserve price (the minimum price for which a lot may be sold) and will not be below the reserve price. Estimates do not include the buyer’s premium or VAT (where chargeable). Estimates are prepared some time before the auction and may be altered by a saleroom notice or announcement by the auctioneer before the auction of the lot. They are not definitive. 4. Buyer’s Premium. The Terms of Sale oblige you to pay a buyer’s premium at 22.5% on the hammer price of each lot purchased. In addition, VAT will be added to this premium (see below). 5. VAT. Items in our catalogue may be marked in the following ways: a. (†) indicates that VAT is payable by the buyer on the hammer price as well as being an element in the buyer’s premium. VAT will be chargeable at the standard rate (presently 20%). This imposition of VAT is likely to be because the seller is registered for VAT within the European Union and is not operating the Dealers Margin Scheme or because VAT is due at 20% on importation into the UK. b. (**) indicates that the lot has been imported from outside the European Union. [These lots are liable to a reduced rate of VAT (5%) on the hammer price and buyer’s premium]. c. Lots which do not have either of the above symbols have no VAT payable on the hammer price. This is because such lots are sold using the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme. The VAT included within the premium is not recoverable as input tax. 6. Inspection of goods by the buyer. As we act on behalf of the seller, we are dependent on information provided by the seller about their goods. We may inspect lots and will act reasonably in taking a general view about them. However, we are normally unable to carry out detailed examinations of lots to check their condition in the way a buyer would do. You will have ample opportunity to inspect the goods. You must inspect and investigate lots that you might wish to bid for. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots set out in the Terms of Sale at clause 12.4. 7. Electrical goods. These are sold as “antiques” only. If you buy electrical goods for use you must ask a qualified electrician to check them for compliance with safety regulations before you use them. 8. Export of goods. If you intend to export goods you must find out: a. whether an export licence is needed; and b. if there is a prohibition on importing goods of that character e.g. because the goods contain prohibited materials such as ivory. 9. Bidding. Bidders will be required to register with us before the auction starts. We reserve the right to impose a deadline prior to the auction by which you must register or by which we must receive a commission bid. If you wish to bid on high value lots this deadline may be several days before the auction in order to allow us sufficient time to carry out the necessary checks. Lots will be invoiced to the name and address on the registration form. You will need to provide us with proof of your identity in a form acceptable to us and such other information as we may require. Please enquire in advance about our arrangements for telephone or online bidding. Please note that we may refuse to register you if you do not provide us with all the information and documentation that we ask for or at our discretion. Phone bidders must be prepared to guarantee a starting bid of at least £500 if they wish to bid by telephone. 10. Commission bidding. You may leave commission bids (absentee bids) with us indicating the maximum amount to be bid against a lot (excluding the buyers’ premium and/or any applicable VAT). We will execute commission bids as cheaply as possible having regard to the reserve (if any) and competing bids. If two buyers submit identical commission bids we may prefer the first bid received (where this can be reasonably ascertained). Please enquire in advance about our arrangements for the leaving of commission bids by telephone or email or via our website or online bidding platform. 11. Methods of Payment. Usually any cheques will need to be cleared before you can take the goods away. Please discuss with our office in advance of the sale if you plan to use other methods of payment (except cash, for which there is an upper limit of 15,000 euros equivalent). There is an additional charge of 2.5% plus VAT on credit card payments with no additional charge on debit card payments (either made securely online or in person via a chip and pin machine). 12. Collection and storage. Please note what the Terms of Sale say about collection and storage. It is important that you pay for and collect goods promptly and within 7 days of the end of a sale. Any delay may involve you having to pay storage charges which are currently set at £5 plus VAT per lot per day.

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EXPLANATION OF PICTURE CATALOGUING TERMS Any statement as to authorship, attribution, origin, date, age, provenance and condition is a statement of opinion and is not to be taken as a statement of representation of fact. The Auctioneers reserve the right, in forming their opinion, to consult and rely upon any expert or authority considered by them to be reliable. The forename(s) and surname of the artist: In our opinion a work by the artist. The initials of the forename(s) and the surname of the artist: In our opinion a work of the period of the artist which may be wholly, or in part his work. The surname only of the artist: In our opinion a work of the school or by one of the followers of the artist or in his style and of uncertain date. ‘English School’, ‘Italian School’ etc: In our opinion a work executed at a later date that the style may suggest. ‘Signed’: Has a signature which in our opinion is a recognised signature. ‘Dated’: Is so dated and in our opinion was executed at that date. The term ‘bears’ a signature and/or date and/or an inscription: Means that in our opinion the artist’s name and/or date and/or inscription have been added by another hand. Measurements: Height precedes width. AUTOGRAPHS Autographs – We check all autographs when they are valued and believe to the best of our knowledge they are authentic. Many autographs come from private sellers and are sold without any history or COA. We urge buyers to satisfy themselves BEFORE bidding. If you strongly feel an item has been mis-described please contact us within one calendar month after the auction. If you are an overseas buyer it is your prerogative to arrange shipping in good time to avoid the one month cut off period. If a concern is raised before the end of the timescale we will place the item on hold for another calendar month. During this time a letter of rejection must be obtained from PSA/DNA and NO ONE else. Details can be found here http:/www.psacard.com/Services/AutographAuthentication If a letter of rejection is provided by PSA/DNA we will offer a full refund, not inclusive of shipping or authentication. This is why we urge buyers to satisfy themselves BEFORE bidding. (3) TERMS OF CONSIGNMENT Both the sale of goods at our auctions and your relationship with us are governed by the Terms of Consignment (primarily applicable to sellers), the Terms of Sale (primarily applicable to bidders and buyers) and any notices displayed in the saleroom or announced by us at the auction (collectively, the “Conditions of Business”). The Terms of Consignment and Terms of Sale are available at our saleroom on request. Please read these Terms of Consignment carefully. Please note that if you (or another person acting on your behalf) provide goods to us to sell on your behalf at our auction, this signifies that you agree to and will comply with these Terms of Consignment. Please note that these Terms of Consignment relate to auctions held at our premises only. SUMMARY OF COMMISSION AND CHARGES Commission is charged to sellers calculated, per lot, at 15% Entry Fee £10 per lot (sold or unsold) Catalogue Illustration Fee £10 per lot (sold or unsold, discretionary) Loss and damage warranty 1.5%. All the above are subject to VAT at the current rate. Commission and fees are negotiable for important or large collections and consignments. 1 Definitions and interpretation 1.1 To make these Terms of Consignment easier to read, we have given the following words a specific meaning: “Auctioneer” means Ewbank’s, a partnership registered in England and Wales whose registered office is located at Burnt Common Auction Rooms, London Road, Send, Woking, Surrey GU23 7LN or its authorised auctioneer, as appropriate; “Bidder” means a person who places a bid for Goods at our auction; “Buyer” means the person who makes the highest bid for the Goods accepted by the Auctioneer; “Commission” means the commission that we charge you on the sale of the Goods as set out in Clause 5 below; “Consumer” means an individual acting for purposes which are wholly or mainly outside that ndividual’s trade, business, craft or profession; “Consumer Contracts Regulations” means the Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013; “Deliberate Forgery” means: (a) an imitation made with the intention of deceiving as to authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source; b) which is described in the catalogue as being the work of a particular creator without qualification; and (c) which at the date of the auction had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been as described; “FCA” means the Financial Conduct Authority; “Goods” means the goods that you consign to us for sale at our auction; “Hammer Price” means the level of the highest bid for the Goods accepted by the Auctioneer by the fall of the hammer; “Premium” means the premium charged to the Buyer on the sale of the Goods in accordance with the Terms of Sale; “Price” means the total of the Hammer Price, Premium and any applicable VAT; “Proceeds” means the Price less the Commission, the Premium, any expenses incurred to your account and any applicable VAT; “Reserve” means the minimum price at which the Goods may be sold; “Seller” means the owner of the Goods and any agent who consigns the Goods for sale on the owner’s behalf (if applicable); “Terms of Consignment” means these terms of consignment;

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“Terms of Sale” means the terms of sale for bidders or buyers at our auctions; “Trader” means a Seller who is acting for purposes relating to that Seller’s trade, business, craft or profession, whether acting personally or through another person acting in the trader’s name or on the trader’s behalf (such as an agent and/or the Auctioneer); “VAT” means any value added tax or equivalent sales tax; and “Website” means our website available at www.ewbankauctions.co.uk In these Terms of Consignment the words “you”, “yours”, etc. refer to the Seller. The words “we”, “us”, etc. refer to the Auctioneer. If the consignment of Goods to us is made by an agent we assume that you (as owner of the Goods) have authorised the consignment and authorised the agent to contract on your behalf. All obligations that apply to the Seller under these Terms of Consignment shall apply to the owner of the Goods and their agent, jointly and separately. Any reference to a ‘Clause’ is to a clause of these Terms of Consignment unless stated otherwise. 2 Information that we are required to give to Consumers 2.1 A description of the main characteristics of the auction-related services that we are providing to you as set out in these Terms of Consignment or otherwise agreed with you in writing. 2.2 Our name, address and contact details as set out in these Terms of Consignment and/or on our Website. 2.3 The rate at which we will charge you the Commission plus any applicable VAT on the sale of the Goods as set out in Clause 5. 2.4 The fee that we will charge you plus any applicable VAT as set out in Clause 18 if either the Goods are unsold at auction or the Goods are withdrawn by you from the auction after the Goods have been catalogued and/or marketed by us prior to the auction in any way. 2.5 The arrangements for collection of any unsold Goods as set out in Clauses 18 and 20 and terms regarding payment of any Proceeds due to you set out in Clause 17. 2.6 If you have any complaints, please get in contact with us using the contact details set out on our website. 3 Procedure for consigning Goods for sale at auction 3.1 If you consign Goods to us for sale at auction, you will need to provide us with the following information about you, in a form acceptable to us: 3.1.1 Your legal name and proof of identity; 3.1.2 Information about the Goods (as set out in Clause 12); 3.1.3 Your bank account details; 3.1.4 Your address and contact details; 3.1.5 Your VAT registration number (if applicable); and 3.1.6 Your confirmation of whether you are selling the Goods as a Trader or as a Consumer. 3.2 If you do not provide us with, or we are not satisfied with any of the above information, we may refuse to accept consignment of your Goods for sale in our auction. 3.3 You must provide the Goods to us by any stated deadline (at your expense). We may be able to assist you with this process but any liability incurred to a carrier for haulage charges is solely your responsibility. 4 The contract between you and the Buyer 4.1 The contract between you and the Buyer will be formed when the hammer falls accepting the highest bid for the Goods at the auction. 4.2 You may directly enforce any terms in the Terms of Sale against a Buyer and/or a Bidder to the extent that you have suffered damages and/or loss as a result of the Buyer and/or the Bidder’s breach of the Terms of Sale. 4.3 If you breach these Terms of Consignment, you may be responsible for damages and/or losses suffered by a Buyer, Bidder and/or by us. If we are contacted by a Buyer and/or a Bidder who wishes to bring a claim against you, we may in our discretion provide the Buyer and/or Bidder with information or assistance in relation to that claim. 4.4 We normally act as an agent only and will not have any responsibility for default by you or the Buyer. 5 Commission 5.1 We will charge you a commission on the sale of the Goods calculated as a percentage of the Hammer Price at the following rate: 15% plus VAT 5.2 In addition we have an Internet and marketing charge of £10 per lot and a further charge of £10 per lot for printed catalogue illustrations (these charges apply to both sold and unsold lots) and all charges are plus VAT. 6 Loss and Damage to Goods 6.1 We are not authorised by the FCA to provide insurance to you. However, subject only to Clauses 6.4 and 6.5, we accept liability for Goods from the time we takepossession of the Goods until the fall of the hammer. 6.2 Our liability for Goods is limited to our lower pre-sale estimate for the lot before the sale, or the Hammer Price if the lot has sold, or to the Reserve if the lot is unsold. 6.3 To justify accepting liability for Goods as set out above, we will charge you 1.5% plus VAT of the Hammer Price plus VAT or, if unsold, 1.5% of our lower estimate for the lot. 6.4 The liability accepted by us in Clause 6.1 does not include any liability for loss or damage to the Goods that is caused by or results from: (i) any inherent vice or defect affecting the Goods; (ii) acts of God, flood, drought, earthquake or other natural disaster; (iii) acts of terrorism, civil commotion, riots or war; or (iv) nuclear, chemical or biological contamination. 6.5 If you (or your agent) instruct us in writing not to assume liability for Goods, the Goods remain entirely at your risk unless and until the Goods pass to the Buyer or are collected by you or on your behalf. In this case Clauses 6.1 - 6.4 will not apply. 7 Photographs You will pay for the cost of any photographs of your Goods produced for the auction catalogue. We reserve the right to photograph all Goods unless you specifically request us not to. The copyright in such photographs will be owned by us, along with the text of the auction catalogue. For charges see clause 5 above.


8 Minimum bids and our discretion Goods will normally be offered subject to a Reserve agreed between you and us before the auction in accordance with Clause 9. We may sell Goods below the Reserve provided that we account to you for the same sale proceeds as you would have received had the Reserve been the Hammer Price. If you specifically give us a “discretion” we may accept a bid of up to 20% below the formal Reserve. 9 Reserves 9.1 Reserves must be reasonable and may not exceed our lower pre-sale estimate for that lot. We may decline to offer Goods which, in our opinion, would be subject to an unreasonably high reserve (in which case the Goods carry the storage and insurance charges set out in these Terms of Consignment). 9.2 Once we have agreed a Reserve, this cannot be changed except with your and our consent. 9.3 Where a Reserve has been agreed only we may bid on your behalf and only up to one bid below the Reserve (if any) and you may in no circumstances bid personally or ask anyone else to bid on your behalf. 9.4 Pre-sale notifications will be sent via email if provided, or post if not, reserves will not be set by the auctioneer without specific instructions and we must be advised of any request for a reasonable reserve figure by you, in cases were no reserve has been set by you then the item will be sold without reserve. 10 Electrical items 10.1 You must test any electrical items that you wish to consign to us for sale using external contractors. We will not accept any Goods that are not certified as safe by an electrician (unless they are antiques). 10.2 If we notify you that we will not accept uncertified electrical Goods, you must remove such Goods promptly at your expense following such notification. If you do not collect the Goods within five days of our written notice to do so, we may dispose of the Goods at your expense. 11 Unsafe Goods If in our opinion any of your Goods, in particular those which are soft furnishings, infringe safety regulations, we will not offer these Goods for sale. You must remove such Goods at your expense. If you do not collect such Goods within five days of our written notice to do so, we may dispose of the Goods at your expense. 12 Warranties and information about the Goods 12.1 You must provide us with all information that you have relating to the provenance, export/import history, condition, attribution and authenticity of the Goods (and any additional information that may be relevant). 12.2 In addition to any warranties implied by law, you warrant to us and the Buyer that: 12.2.1 any information that you provide in relation to the Goods is complete, correct and up-to-date; 12.2.2 the Goods will match any description of the Goods that you provide to us; 12.2.3 as far as you are aware, the main characteristics of the Goods set out in the auction catalogue (as amended by any notice displayed in the saleroom or announced by us at the auction) are correct. 12.2.4 to the best of your knowledge, the Goods have been lawfully imported and lawfully and permanently exported as required by the laws of any country in which the Goods were located; required declarations upon the export and import of the Goods have been properly made; and any duties and taxes on the export and import of the Goods have been paid; and 12.2.5 you will pay all taxes and duties potentially due on the sale of the Goods. 12.3 You must let us know promptly, and in any event before the auction, if you find out that any of the information you have provided to us relating to the Goods is incorrect or incomplete and/or if the Goods do not match the description that you provided to us or the main characteristics of the Goods set out in the auction catalogue. 12.4 Any information that you provide in relation to the Goods may form part of the contract between both of us and the Buyer and you acknowledge that the Buyer may have a statutory right to reject the Goods if the information provided is incorrect. 12.5 If we have to refund the price of any Goods to the Buyer due to the Goods being a Deliberate Forgery, you must promptly, and in any event within seven days, reimburse to us any Proceeds that we have transferred to you for those Goods following receipt of our written notice requesting you to do so. 13 Transfer of ownership of the Goods You warrant and undertake to us and the Buyer that you are the true owner of the Goods (or are properly authorised by the true owner to sell the Goods on the owner’s behalf) and you currently have and will have the right to sell the Goods to the Buyer with good and marketable title free of any third party rights or claims at the time when ownership of the Goods is to be transferred. 14 Indemnity You will indemnify and keep us fully indemnified against any and all liability, loss, damage, costs (including reasonable legal fees and any VAT in relation to such fees) and expenses which we may incur or suffer as a result of any breach of Clauses 12 or 13 by you or anyone acting on your behalf, including without limitation, if we are required to refund the price of any Goods to the Buyer as a result of your breach of these clauses. 15 Terms of Sale You agree that the Goods will be sold to the Buyer in accordance with our Terms of Sale, a copy of which will be displayed in the saleroom and printed in our auction catalogue. 16 Authority to deduct commission and expenses and retain premium and interest You authorise us to deduct our Commission at the stated rate and all expenses incurred on your account from the Hammer Price, plus any applicable VAT. You consent to our right to charge the Buyer and retain

beneficially the Premium plus any applicable VAT paid by the Buyer in accordance with our Terms of Sale and any interest earned on the sale proceeds until the date of settlement. 17 Settlement 17.1 Provided that the Buyer has paid for the Goods, we will usually pay the net sum due to you within twenty eight days of the last day of the auction by crossed cheque to the seller. 17.2 If the Buyer has not paid for the Goods, we will not submit payment to you. In this case no settlement will be made. We will however discuss with you the rights that we may exercise under Clause 9 of our Terms of Sale in relation to a Buyer’s failure to pay. We will not release the Goods to the Buyer until we have received payment in full of the Price for the Goods. 17.3 You must notify us in writing if your bank account details change. We will not be responsible for any payments made to the incorrect bank account if this is because you have not provided us with the correct bank account details. 17.4 If we make payments to your bank account in error, we may request reimbursement by sending you an invoice. 17.5 We may deduct any sums that you owe to us from the Proceeds. 18 Unsold and withdrawn items 18.1 If the Goods are unsold at auction, you authorise us to negotiate a sale by private treaty not later than the close of business two working business days following the last day of the auction. In this case you will pay to us the same charges as if such Goods had been sold at auction and, so far as appropriate, these Terms of Consignment will apply to any such sale. 18.2 In addition to Clause 18.1, we may, with your consent, re-offer unsold Goods at a future auction (or by private treaty thereafter as set out in Clause 18.1 above) but we may recommend a variation in estimates or Reserve. Where, in our opinion, Goods are unsaleable, we will notify you and you must collect such Goods from the saleroom within seven days of the date of our notice to do so. If you fail to collect such Goods promptly, we may charge you reasonable storage charges at a daily rate of £5 per lot per day. If unsold lots remain with us after a period of one week, without instructions from you, we reserve the right to offer them to a local charity shop or arrange for their disposal at a charge of £10 plus VAT per lot. 18.3 You will pay us a charge of 15% of lower estimate for the lot plus all applicable marketting and / or illustration charges plus VAT on all charges, at a minimum of £10 plus VAT per Lot, on any Goods that are unsold at the auction and fail to sell by private treaty as described in Clause 18.1. 18.4 You will pay us a charge of 15 % of the lower estimate for the lot plus all applicable marketting and / or illustration charges plus VAT on all charges, at a minimum of £10 plus VAT per Lot, on any Goods that are withdrawn from the auction after being catalogued and/or marketed by us prior to the auction in any way. 19 Withdrawal of the Goods by us 19.1 We may (acting reasonably) at our discretion at any time withdraw your Goods from our auction: 19.1.1 for legal, reputational or operational reasons (including if you fail to provide evidence to verify your identity or your title to the Goods to our satisfaction); 19.1.2 if we reasonably believe that you may be, or are about to be, in breach of these Terms of Consignment; or 19.1.3 if we reasonably believe the Goods to be a Deliberate Forgery. 20 Warehousing 20.1 We have no liability for Goods that you deliver to our saleroom without sufficient sale instructions. We reserve the right to charge you a minimum warehousing charge of £5 plus any applicable VAT per Lot per day. 20.2 We will notify you to ask you to remove any of your unsold or withdrawn Goods. Unsold and withdrawn Goods will be subject to the charges set out in Clause 20.1 above if you do not remove them within five days of the date of our notification requesting you to do so. 20.3 If you do not remove your unsold or withdrawn Goods within [thirty days] of the date of our notification we may either: (a) sell such Goods and set off charges from any net proceeds of sale; or (b) at your expense dispose of such Goods. 21 Our liability to you 21.1 We will not be liable to you for any loss of opportunity or disappointment suffered as a result of participating in our auction. 21.2 In addition, neither we nor the Buyer shall be responsible to you and you shall not be responsible to the Buyer or us for any other loss or damage that any of us suffer that is not a foreseeable result of any of us not complying with the Conditions of Business. Loss or damage is foreseeable if it is obvious that it will happen or if at the time of the sale of the Lot, we, you and the Seller knew it might happen. 21.3 Subject to Clause 21.4, if we are found to be liable to you for any reason (including, amongst others, if we are found to be negligent, in breach of contract or to have made a misrepresentation), our liability will be limited to the Proceeds due for the Goods if sold or the Reserve if unsold. 21.4 Notwithstanding the above, nothing in these Terms of Consignment limits the liability of us or our employees or agents for: 21.4.1 death or personal injury resulting from negligence (as defined in the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977); 21.4.2 fraudulent misrepresentation; or 21.4.3 any liability which cannot be excluded by law. 22 Notices 22.1 All notices between you and us regarding these Terms of Consignment must be in writing and signed by or on behalf of the party giving it. 22.2 Any notice referred in Clause 22.1 may be given: 22.2.1 by delivering it by hand; 22.2.2 by first class pre-paid post or Recorded Delivery; or 22.2.3 by email, provided that a copy is also sent by pre-paid post or Recorded Delivery. 22.3 Notices must be sent: 22.3.1 by hand or registered post: a. to us, at our address set out in these

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Terms of Consignment or at our registered office address appearing on our Website; and b. to you, at the last postal address that you have given to us as your contact address in writing. 22.3.2 by email: a. to us, by sending the notice to both the following email addresses: antiques@ewbankaucctions.co.uk and chris@ewbankauctions.co.uk b. to you, by sending the notice to any email address that you have given to us as your contact email address in writing. 22.4 Notices will be deemed to have been received: 22.4.1 if delivered by hand, on the day of delivery; or 22.4.2 if sent by first class pre-paid post or Recorded Delivery, two business days after posting, exclusive of the day of posting; or 22.4.3 if sent by email, at the time of transmission unless sent after 17.00 in the place of receipt in which case they will be deemed to have been received on the next business day in the place of receipt (provided that a copy has also been sent by pre-paid post or Recorded Delivery as set out in Clause 22.2.3. 22.5 Any notice or communication given under these Terms of Consignment will not be validly given if sent by fax, any form of messaging via social media or text message. 23 Data Protection We will hold and process any personal data in relation to you in accordance with our current privacy policy, a copy of which is available on our website. 24 General 24.1 Each of the clauses of these Terms of Consignment operates separately. If any court or relevant authority decides that any of them are unlawful, the remaining clauses will remain in full force and effect. 24.2 We may change these Terms of Consignment from time to time, without notice to you. Please read these Terms of Consignment carefully, as they may be different from the last time you read them. 24.3 Except as otherwise stated in these Terms of Consignment, each of our rights and remedies: (a) are in addition to and not exclusive of any other rights or remedies under these Terms of Consignment or general law; and (b) may be waived only in writing and specifically. Delay in exercising or nonexercise of any right under these Terms of Consignment is not a waiver of that or any other right. Partial exercise of any right under these Terms of Consignment will not preclude any further or other exercise of that right or any other right under these Terms of Consignment. Waiver of a breach of any term of these Terms of Consignment will not operate as a waiver of breach of any other term or any subsequent breach of that term. 24.4 These Terms of Consignment are between you and us. No person other than you, the Buyer or us will have any rights to enforce any of these Terms of Consignment. 24.5 These Terms of Consignment and any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with them (including any non-contractual claims or disputes) shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of England and the parties irrevocably submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts. (4) TERMS OF SALE Both the sale of goods at our auctions and your relationship with us are governed by the Terms of Consignment (primarily applicable to sellers) the Terms of Sale (primarily applicable to bidders and buyers) and any notices displayed in the saleroom or announced by us at the auction (collectively, the “Conditions of Business”). The Terms of Consignment and Terms of Sale are available at our saleroom on request. Please read these Terms of Sale carefully. Please note that if you register to bid and/or bid at auction this signifies that you agree to and will comply with these Terms of Sale. Please note that these Terms of Sale relate to auctions held at our premises only. 1 Definitions and interpretation 1.1 To make these Terms of Sale easier to read, we have given the following words a specific meaning: “Auctioneer” means Ewbank’s, a partnership registered in England and Wales whose registered office is located at Burnt Common Auction Rooms, London Road, Send, Woking, Surrey GU23 7LN or its authorised auctioneer, as appropriate; “Bidder” means a person participating in bidding at the auction; “Buyer” means the person who makes the highest bid for a Lot accepted by the Auctioneer; “Deliberate Forgery” means: (a) an imitation made with the intention of deceiving as to authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source; (b) which is described in the catalogue as being the work of a particular creator without qualification; and (c) which at the date of the auction had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been as described; “Hammer Price” means the level of the highest bid for a Lot accepted by the Auctioneer by the fall of the hammer; “Lot(s)” means the goods that we offer for sale at our auctions; “Premium” means the premium that we will charge you on your purchase of a Lot to be calculated as set out in Clause 4; “Reserve” means the minimum hammer price at which a Lot may be sold; “Sale Proceeds” means the net amount due to the Seller; “Seller” means the persons who consign Lots for sale at our auctions; “Terms of Consignment” means the terms on which we agree to offer Lots for sale in our auctions as agent on behalf of Sellers; “Terms of Sale” means these terms of sale, as amended or updated from time to time; “Total Amount Due” means the Hammer Price for a Lot, the Premium, any applicable artist’s resale right royalty, any VAT due and any additional charges payable by a defaulting buyer under these Terms of Sale; “Trader” means a Seller who is acting for purposes relating to that Seller’s trade, business, craft or profession, whether acting personally or through another person acting in the trader’s name or on the trader’s behalf; “VAT” means Value Added Tax or any equivalent sales tax; and “Website” means our website available at www.ewbankauctions.co.uk . 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The words “we”, “us”, etc. refer to the Auctioneer. Any reference to a ‘Clause’ is to a clause of these Terms of Sale unless stated otherwise. 2 Information that we are required to give to Consumers 2.1 A description of the main characteristics of each Lot as contained in the auction catalogue. 2.2 Our name, address and contact details as set out herein, in our auction catalogues and/or on our Website. 2.3 The price of the Goods and arrangements for payment as described in Clauses 4, 5, 7 and 8. 2.4 The arrangements for collection of the Goods as set out in Clauses 8 and 9. 2.5 Your right to return a Lot and receive a refund if the Lot is a Deliberate Forgery as set out in Clause 13. 2.6 We and Trader Sellers have a legal duty to supply any Lots to you in accordance with these Terms of Sale. 2.7 If you have any complaints, please send them to us directly at the address set out on our Website. 3 Bidding procedures and the Buyer 3.1 You must register your details with us before bidding and provide us with any requested proof of identity and billing information, in a form acceptable to us. You must also satisfy any security arrangements we have in place before entering the auction room to view or bid. 3.2 We strongly recommend that you attend the auction in person. You are responsible for your decision to bid for a particular Lot. If you bid on a Lot, including by telephone and online bidding, or by placing a commission bid, we assume that you have carefully inspected the Lot and satisfied yourself regarding its condition. 3.3 If you instruct us in writing, we may execute commission bids on your behalf. Neither we nor our employees or agents will be responsible for any failure to execute your commission bid, unless our failure to do so is unreasonable. Where two or more commission bids at the same level are recorded we have the right to prefer the first bid made (where this can be reasonably ascertained). 3.4 The Bidder placing the highest bid for a Lot accepted by the Auctioneer will be the Buyer at the Hammer Price. Any dispute about a bid will be settled at our discretion. We may reoffer the Lot during the auction or may settle the dispute in another way. We will act reasonably when deciding how to settle the dispute. 3.5 Bidders will be deemed to act as principals, even if the Bidder is acting as an agent for a third party. 3.6 We may bid on Lots on behalf of the Seller up to one bid below the Reserve. 3.7 We may refuse to accept any bid if it is reasonable for us to do so. 3.8 Bidding increments will be at our sole discretion (but will be in line with standard auction practice). 4 The purchase price As Buyer, you will pay: a. the Hammer Price; b. a premium of 22.5% plus VAT of the Hammer Price; c. any artist’s resale right royalty payable on the sale of the Lot; and d. any VAT due. 5 VAT 5.1 You shall be liable for the payment of any VAT applicable on the Hammer Price and premium due for a Lot. Please see the symbols used in the auction catalogue for that Lot and the “Information for Buyers” in our auction catalogue for further information. 5.2 We will charge VAT at the current rate at the date of the auction. 6 The contract between you and the Seller 6.1 The contract for the purchase of the Lot between you and the Seller will be formed when the hammer falls accepting the highest bid for the Lot at the auction. 6.2 You may directly enforce any terms in the Terms of Consignment against a Seller to the extent that you suffer damages and/or loss as a result of the Seller’s breach of the Terms of Consignment. 6.3 If you breach these Terms of Sale, you may be responsible for damages and/or losses suffered by a Seller or us. If we are contacted by a Seller who wishes to bring a claim against you, we may in our discretion provide the Seller with information or assistance in relation to that claim. 6.4 We normally act as an agent only and will not have any responsibility for default by you or the Seller (unless we are the Seller of the Lot). 7 Payment 7.1 Immediately following your successful bid on a Lot you will: 7.1.1 give to us, if not already provided to our satisfaction, proof of identity in a form acceptable to us (and any other information that we require in order to comply with our anti-money laundering obligations); and 7.1.2 pay to us the Total Amount Due in cash (for which there is an upper limit of 15,000 euros equivalent) or in any other way that we agree to accept payment. 7.2 If you owe us any money, we may use any payment made by you to repay these debts. 8 Title and collection of purchases 8.1 Once you have paid us in full the Total Amount Due for any Lot, ownership of that Lot will transfer to you. You may not claim or collect a Lot until you have paid for it. 8.2 You will (at your own expense) collect any Lots that you have purchased and paid for either: 8.2.1 not later than five business days following the day of the auction; or 8.2.2 not later than five business days following the date that we have received payment of the Total Amount Due in cleared funds, if later. 8.3 If you do not collect the Lot within this time period, you will be responsible for any reasonable removal, storage and insurance charges in relation to that Lot. 8.4 Risk of loss or damage to the Lot will pass to you when you (or your agents) take physical possession of the Lot.


8.5 If you do not collect the Lot that you have paid for within ninety days after the auction, we may sell the Lot. We will pay the proceeds of any such sale to you, but will deduct any storage charges or other sums that we have incurred in the storage and sale of the Lot. We reserve the right to charge you a selling commission at our standard rates on any such resale of the Lot. 9 Remedies for non-payment or failure to collect purchases 9.1 Please do not bid on a Lot if you do not intend to buy it. If your bid is successful, these Terms of Sale will apply to you. This means that you will have to carry out your obligations set out in these Terms of Sale. If you do not comply with these Terms of Sale we may (acting on behalf of the Seller and ourselves) pursue one or more of the following measures: 9.1.1 take action against you for damages for breach of contract; 9.1.2 reverse the sale of the Lot to you and/or any other Lots sold by us to you; 9.1.3 resell the Lot by auction or private treaty (in which case you will have to pay any difference between the price you should have paid for the Lot and the price we sell it for as well as the charges outlined in Clause 8.5). Please note that if we sell the Lot for a higher amount than your winning bid, the extra money will belong to the Seller; 9.1.4 remove, store and insure the Lot at your expense; 9.1.5 if you do not pay us within five business days of your successful bid, we may charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.5% per month on the total amount due; 9.1.6 keep that Lot or any other Lot sold to you until you pay the Total Amount Due; 9.1.7 reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions or impose conditions before we accept bids from you; and/or 9.1.8 if we sell any Lots for you, use the money made on these Lots to repay any amount you owe us. 9.2 We will act reasonably when exercising our rights under Clause 9.1. We will contact you before exercising these rights and try to work with you to correct any noncompliance by you with these Terms of Sale. 10 Health and safety Although we take reasonable precautions regarding health and safety, you are on our premises at your own risk. Please note the lay-out of the premises and security arrangements. Neither we nor our employees or agents are responsible for the safety of you or your property when you visit our premises, unless you suffer any injury to your person or damage to your property as a result of our, our employees’ or our agents’ negligence. 11 Warranties 11.1 The Seller warrants to us and to you that: 11.1.1 the Seller is the true owner of the Lot for sale or is authorised by the true owner to offer and sell the lot at auction; 11.1.2 the Seller is able to transfer good and marketable title to the Lot to you free from any third party rights or claims; and 11.1.3 as far as the Seller is aware, the main characteristics of the Lot set out in the auction catalogue (as amended by any notice displayed in the saleroom or announced by the Auctioneer at the auction) are correct. 11.2 If, after you have placed a successful bid and paid for a Lot, any of the warranties above are found not to be true, please notify us in writing. Neither we nor the Seller will be liable to pay you any sums over and above the Total Amount Due and we will not be responsible for any inaccuracies in the information provided by the Seller except as set out below. 11.3 Please note that many of the Lots that you may bid on at our auction are secondhand. 11.4 If a Lot is not second-hand and you purchase the Lot as a Consumer from a Seller that is a Trader, a number of additional terms may be implied by law in addition to the Seller’s warranties set out at Clause 11.1 (in particular under the Consumer Rights Act 2015). These Terms of Sale do not seek to exclude your rights under law as they relate to the sale of these Lots. 11.5 Save as expressly set out above, all other warranties, conditions or other terms which might have effect between the Seller and you, or us and you, or be implied or incorporated by statue, common law or otherwise are excluded. 12 Descriptions and condition 12.1 Our descriptions of the Lot will be based on: (i) information provided to us by the Seller of the Lot (for which we are not liable); and (ii) our opinion (although it is likely that we will not be able to carry out a detailed inspection of each Lot). 12.2 We will give you a number of opportunities to view and inspect the Lots before the auction. You (and any independent consultants acting on your behalf) must satisfy yourself about the accuracy of any description of a Lot. We shall not be responsible for any failure by you or your consultants to properly inspect a Lot. 12.3 Representations or statements by us as to authorship, genuineness, origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated selling price involve matters of opinion. We undertake that any such opinion will be honestly and reasonably held and accept liability for opinions given negligently or fraudulently. 12.4 Please note that Lots (in particular second-hand Lots) are unlikely to be in perfect condition. Lots are sold “as is” (i.e. as you see them at the time of the auction). Neither we nor the Seller accept any liability for the condition of second-hand Lots or for any condition issues affecting a Lot if such issues are included in the description of a Lot in the auction catalogue (or in any saleroom notice) and/ or which the inspection of a Lot by the Buyer ought to have revealed. 13 Deliberate Forgeries 13.1 You may return any Lot which is found to be a Deliberate Forgery to us within one month of the auction provided that you return the Lot to us in the same condition as when it was released to you, accompanied by a written statement identifying the Lot from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement of defects. 13.2 If we are reasonably satisfied that the Lot is a Deliberate Forgery we will refund the money paid by you for the Lot (including any Premium and applicable VAT) provided that if:

13.2.1 the catalogue description reflected the accepted view of experts as at the date of the auction; or 13.2.2 you personally are not able to transfer good and marketable title in the Lot to us, you will have no right to a refund under this Clause 13.2. 13.3 If you have sold the Lot to another person, we will only be liable to refund the price that you paid for the Lot. We will not be responsible for repaying any additional money you may have made from selling the Lot. 13.4 Your right to return a Lot that is a Deliberate Forgery does not affect your legal rights and is in addition to any other right or remedy provided by law or by these Terms of Sale. 14 Our liability to you 14.1 We will not be liable for any loss of opportunity or disappointment suffered as a result of participating in our auction. 14.2 In addition to the above, neither we nor the Seller shall be responsible to you and you shall not be responsible to the Seller or us for any other loss or damage that any of us suffer that is not a foreseeable result of any of us not complying with the Conditions of Business. Loss or damage is foreseeable if it is obvious that it will happen or if at the time of the sale of the Lot, we, you and the Seller knew it might happen. 14.3 Subject to Clause 14.4, if we are found to be liable to you for any reason (including, amongst others, if we are found to be negligent, in breach of contract or to have made a misrepresentation), our liability will be limited to the total purchase price paid by you to us for any Lot. 14.4 Notwithstanding the above, nothing in these Terms of Sale shall limit our liability (or that of our employees or agents) for: 14.4.1 death or personal injury resulting from negligence (as defined in the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977); 14.4.2 fraudulent misrepresentation; or 14.4.3 any liability which cannot be excluded by law. 15 Notices 15.1 All notices between you and us regarding these Terms of Sale must be in writing and signed by or on behalf of the party giving it. 15.2 Any notice referred in Clause 15.1 may be given: 15.2.1 by delivering it by hand; 15.2.2 by first class pre-paid post or Recorded Delivery; or 15.2.3 by email, provided that a copy is also sent by pre-paid post or Recorded Delivery. 15.3 Notices must be sent: 15.3.1 by hand or registered post: a. to us, at our address set out in these Terms of Sale or at our registered office address appearing on our Website; and b. to you, at the last postal address that you have given to us as your contact address in writing; or 15.3.2 by email: a. to us, by sending the notice to both the following email addresses: antiques@ewbankauctions.co.uk and chris@ewbankauctions.co.uk b. to you, by sending the notice to any email address that you have given to us as your contact email address in writing. 15.4 Notices will be deemed to have been received: 15.4.1 if delivered by hand, on the day of delivery; 15.4.2 if sent by first class pre-paid post or Recorded Delivery, two business days after posting, exclusive of the day of posting; or 15.4.3 if sent by email, at the time of transmission unless sent after 17.00 in the place of receipt in which case they will be deemed to have been received on the next business day in the place of receipt (provided that a copy has also been sent by pre-paid post or Recorded Delivery as set out in Clause 15.2.3. 15.5 Any notice or communication given under these Terms of Sale will not be validly given if sent by fax, email, any form of messaging via social media or text message. 16 Data Protection We will hold and process any personal data in relation to you in accordance with our current privacy policy, a copy of which is available on our website 17 General 17.1 We may, acting reasonably, refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person. 17.2 We act as an agent for our Sellers. The rights we have to claim against you for breach of these Terms of Sale may be used by either us, our employees or agents, or the Seller, its employees or agents, as appropriate. Other than as set out in this Clause, these Terms of Sale are between you and us and no other person will have any rights to enforce any of these Terms of Sale. 17.3 We may use special terms in the catalogue descriptions of particular Lots. You must read these terms carefully along with any glossary provided in our auction catalogues. 17.4 Each of the clauses of these Terms of Sale operates separately. If any court or relevant authority decides that any of them are unlawful, the remaining clauses will remain in full force and effect. 17.5 We may change these Terms of Sale from time to time, without notice to you. Please read these Terms of Sale carefully, as they may be different from the last time you read them. 17.6 Except as otherwise stated in these Terms of Sale, each of our rights and remedies are: (a) are in addition to and not exclusive of any other rights or remedies under these Terms of Sale or general law; and (b) may be waived only in writing and specifically. Delay in exercising or non-exercise of any right under these Terms of Sale is not a waiver of that or any other right. Partial exercise of any right under these Terms of Sale will not preclude any further or other exercise of that right or any other right under these Terms of Sale. Waiver of a breach of any term of these Terms of Sale will not operate as a waiver of breach of any other term or any subsequent breach of that term. 17.7 These Terms of Sale and any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with them (including any non-contractual claims or disputes) shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of England and the parties irrevocably submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts. These conditions of business are based upon recommended terms of sale by SOFAA (http:/www.sofaa.org/)

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No exit from A3 here

HOW TO FIND US Heading north on the A3 take the Ripley turning to the Burnt Common roundabout and follow the Woodhill signs. Heading South turn off the A3 11⁄2 miles after the M25 junction and proceed through Ripley to the Burnt Common roundabout as above. If you miss the Ripley turning go South, proceed to the Merrow & Burpham slip road and join the A3 Northbound. Ewbank Auctioneers is situated between the A3 and B2215 South of Burnt Common Roundabout.

Burnt Common Roundabout one way

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A3

Please note: if using Sat Nav to navigate to us then do not use our postcode as this will direct you to the A3. Please use postcode GU23 7JY, this will take you to the Burnt Common roundabout then follow directions as above.

EWBANK AUCTIONEERS Chris Ewbank founded Ewbank’s in 1990 selling out of the Hog’s Back Hotel and in 1994 we acquired our present salerooms, the Burnt Common Auction Rooms, which are situated just off the A3, under ten minutes away from junction 10 on the M25. It is a very prominent site in an out of town location giving easy access and acres of parking. Woking main line station is 4 miles away with trains to Waterloo (23 minutes). Throughout our time in Guildford, we have had the privilege of advising thousands of clients on the valuation and sale of Antiques and Fine Art and have conducted well in excess of two hundred Antiques and Fine Arts auctions and five hundred monthly Collectors sales. When we started in 1990 we held six auctions a year and we are now expecting to hold more than 50 auctions in the next twelve months. We always seek to maintain the highest standards, adhering to the principles of probity and ethics of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (Chris is a Chartered Arts and antiques surveyor), and the Society of Fine Art Auctioneers and Valuers, of which we are Members. Most of our new clients come to us on recommendation, from professional advisers or existing clients. As the costs of selling by auction in Central London have rocketed we have benefitted from the general trend in recent years for more important items to be sold outside the capital. Catalogues are produced and circulated to prospective purchasers by post and E-mail and full details, including digital illustration of all lots for sale are included on the internet. We estimate that we now with four regular photographers on our staff take in excess of 50,000 images per annum. Buyers are attracted from all over the world. We have invested heavily in technology in recent years with both new back office systems and website. This gives a far greater global marketing ability. We see this as being the way forward for the future and it will maximise our ability to achieve the best possible prices for our clients. Since our first auction published on the internet that side of our business has risen markedly so that in the last 12 months we have had 3.5 million pages views on our website up from 2 million in the previous year. Recognising the importance of live internet bidding in today’s market we have for the last twelve months been operating our own live bidding platform Ewbank’s Live and regularly report over 50% of our sales being to on line bidders. With others we have now also set up a new search hub and bidding platform www.theauctionroom.com which saves buyers up to 6% as against other commercial platforms. Ewbank’s has grown from humble beginnings holding six sales a year, to the position that we hold today, with our own Salerooms, bidding platform and some fifty specialist sales a year. Turnover in our first year in 1990 was approximately £250,000 and just one of our quarterly sales now easily exceeds that figure. Building refurbishments works have doubled the size of our floor space in recent years to accommodate the sale volumes. We have for some years now been able to claim that we are Surrey and Hampshire’s premier antique fine art and specialist auctioneers. Chris Ewbank has taken a very active part in the leadership of the profession within the UK. He has been a member of the Fine Arts Advisory Panel of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and Chairman of its Art and Antiques Professional Group. He was also an elected Member of its International Governing Council (the highest decision making body in the Institution) from 2005 to 2013. He joined the Committee of the Society of Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers in 1994 (he first became a member in 1982), and was Chairman from 2000-2007. He is on the Executive Committee of the British Art Market Federation and was one of the first to join the new City of London Company of Arts Scholars. We look forward to the future technological advances that will continue to enhance the auction experience for our clients and buyers. Chris Ewbank FRICS ASFAV

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ewbank’s auction sale dates 2017/2018 Viewing days/times vary, please contact the auctioneer for details March Wednesday 1st Thursday 2nd Thursday 2nd Friday 3rd Wednesday 22nd Thursday 23rd Friday 24th April Wednesday 12th Saturday 15th to Sunday 28th May Thursday 27th Thursday 27th Friday 28th

Antique & Collectors' Toys & Models Entertainment & Memorabilia Vintage Posters Jewellery, Silver & Watches' Fine Art & Antiques Antique Furniture & Clocks

Antique & Collectors'' The Art of Sidney Sime: Artist & Philospher. Exhibition At The Lightbox, Woking, Sponsored by Ewbank’s (PLEASE NOTE THIS IS NOT AN AUCTION) Decorative Arts Contemporary Art & Modern British Paintings The Mary Wondrausch (OBE) Collection: Potter & Artist:

May Wednesday 10th Thursday 11th Thursday 18th Thursday 18th Wednesday 31st

Antique & Collectors' Garden Furniture & Statuary Asian Art Textiles & Sewing Antique & Collectors'

June Thursday 1st Thursday 1st Friday 2nd Wednesday 21st Thursday 22nd Friday 23rd

Toys & Models Entertainment & Memorabilia Vintage Posters Jewellery, Silver & Watches' Fine Art & Antiques Antique Furniture & Clocks

July Wednesday 12th Thursday 27th

Antique & Collectors' Contemporary Art & Modern British Paintings

August Wednesday 2nd Wednesday 23rd Thursday 24th September Wednesday 20th Thursday 21st Friday 22nd

Antique & Collectors' Antique & Collectors' Photographic, Books, Maps and Stamps & Militaria Jewellery, Silver & Watches Fine Art & Antiques Antique Furniture & Clocks

October Thursday 5th Thursday 5th Friday 6th Wednesday 11th Thursday 12th

Thursday 26th Thursday 26th

Toys & Models Entertainment & Memorabilia Vintage Posters Antique & Collectors' The Adrian Cowdry Collection of Movie Memorabilia, Part 1: The Adrian Cowdry Collection, Part 2: James Bond: Decorative Arts Contemporary Art & Modern British Paintings

November Wednesday 8th Thursday 9th Thursday 9th Wednesday 29th Thursday 30th

Antique & Collectors' Asian Art Textiles & Sewing Jewellery, Silver & Watches' Fine Art & Antiques

December Friday 1st Wednesday 13th Wednesday 13th Thursday 14th Thursday 14th Friday 15th Wednesday 20th

Antique Furniture & Clocks Christmas Auction Fine Wines & Spirirts Toys & Models Entertainment & Memorabilia Vintage Posters Antique & Collectors'

January 2018 Thursday 18th Wednesday 24th

Contemporary Art & Modern British Paintings Antique & Collectors'

Friday 13th

Viewing times vary but are always at least on the day before the sale, contact the auctioneer for details 01483 223 101. All viewing days / times are published online at ewbankauctions.co.uk All sales are fully illustrated online whenever possible. Catalogues with illustrations are published on our website approximately two weeks before sales. Images for Antique & Collectors’ sales are uploaded onto our site the Friday before the auction. Sales are on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, usual start times are 10am however this can vary so please check before the auction. Dates are published on our website and are subject to change or additions without notice


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Fine Jewellery, Silver, Watches, Art, Antiques, Collectables, Works of Art, Royal Memorabilia, Clocks, Antique Furniture, Ceramics and Glass

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Fine Jewellery, Silver, Watches, Art, Antiques, Collectables, Works of Art, Royal Memorabilia, Clocks, Antique Furniture, Ceramics and Glass

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