Watches, Jewellery & Antiques - 28th & 29th November 2018

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Wednesday 28th November 2018 at 11am


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Watches & Jewellery

Wednesday 28th November 2018 at 11.00am




Wednesday 28th November 2018 at 11am

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1. Omega Constellation Chronometer automatic 18ct gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 153015, circa 1966, champagne dial with baton markers, cal. 712 24 jewel movement, no. 23645911, case hallmarked London 1967, leather strap, 32mm £450-550 2. Omega Constellation stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 396.1070, gold bezel and champagne dial with dot markers, centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 1441 movement, 34mm £150-250 3. Omega Electronic f300 Chronometer stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 198003, circa 1970, circular silvered dial with baton markers red centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 1250 movement, no. 32013486, black strap, 35mm £60-100 4. Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600m Co-Axial Chronometer stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 22185000, circa 2006, serial no. 7833xxxx, cal. 3313 automatic movement, bezel 43.5mm **A fine watch with boxes and full related documents, warranty card dated 2009. £2500-2800 4

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5. Omega Constellation Double Eagle Co-Axial Chronometer Double Eagle chronograph stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 15142000, circa 2009, serial no. 7806xxxx, white dial, exhibition back with cal. 3313 movement, bezel diameter 41mm **In fine condition with boxes and related documents dated 16/09/09 £1700-2000

6. Omega Speedmaster Moon '50th Anniversary Patch' Limited Series' chronograph stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 31130423001001, serial no. 7719xxxx, no. 38xx/5967, black dial with gold logo, cal. 1861 movement, bezel 40mm diameter, case 42mm **with boxes, certificate and documents dated 16/11/07

**To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Speedmaster line £2800-3200

7. Cartier Santos automatic stainless steel lady's bracelet watch, ref. 2423, circa 2002, serial no 88155xxx, 26mm **with original boxes and certificate £600-1000





10. Rolex 9ct lady's wristwatch, import hallmarks for London 1923, signed white dial with Arabic numerals and moon hands, signed 15 jewel movement, 'W&D wire-lug case, ref. 1713, tan strap, 26mm £150-250 11. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust gold and stainless steel lady's bracelet watch, ref. 79173, circa 2001, serial no. K73xxxx, milled bezel, champagne dial with baton markers sweep centre seconds and date aperture, jubilee bracelet, 26mm **Good condition with full papers and boxes, purchased from Goldsmiths Group 24/6/02 £2200-2800



8. Cartier Santos Galbee gold and stainless steel lady's bracelet watch, ref. 1057930, square silvered dial with Roman numerals, blued steel hands and faceted blue sapphire crown, quartz, serial no. 38016, 26mm **recently serviced by Cartier with velvet pouch and retail bag £700-1000

9. Cartier Panthere 18ct lady's bracelet watch, ref. W2502289, circa 1990s, the square Roman numeral dial with secret Cartier signature, cabouchon sapphire crown, quartz movement, 65.8gm, no. 866911504, 23mm **with Cartier box £2000-3000


12. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust 31 mid-size stainless steel lady's bracelet watch, ref. 178274, circa 2007, serial no. M261xxx, fluted white gold bezel, mother of pearl dial, jubilee bracelet, 31mm **In nice clean condition with presentation boxes and Guarantee card dated 25/5/2008. RRP currently £6650 £3200-3800

13. Rolex 18k white gold gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1920s, the tonneau silvered quartered two tone dial with Arabic numerals, Prima 15 jewel timed 6 position movement, tonneau engraved decorated case no. 1450323, black strap, 23.5mm £1600-2000 14. Rolex 9ct tonneau cased gentleman's wristwatch, import hallmarks for Glasgow 1938, silver engine turned dial with Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and moon hands, Extra Prima 15 jewel movement timed 6 positions, case ref. 578 30598, 25mm £1300-1600







18. Favre-Leuba 18ct gentleman's wristwatch, the champagne dial with baton markers, signed gilt Swiss manual movement, leather strap, case ref. 80777 121, 34mm £100-150 19. Fine Patek Philippe 18ct Calatrava gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 96, circa 1940s, silvered dial with applied gold baton markers and subsidiary seconds, dauphine hands, movement no. 960303, case no. 300633, later leather strap, 32mm £4000-6000

20. Art Deco platinum and diamond set lady's cocktail watch, rectangular silvered dial with Arabic numerals, Swiss 17 jewel movement, the case millegrain set with round cut diamonds and hinged pierced stylised lugs, with a 9ct white gold strap, 19.1gm, 10.5mm £400-600 19


15. Rolex Oyster Precision stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 6426, circa 1980, serial no. 668xxxx, silvered dial with baton markers and centre seconds, cal. 1225 17 jewel manual movement, Oyster ref. 78350 bracelet with folding clasp, 34mm £1000-1500 16. Raymond Weil 18k gold plated gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 9124, white dial with date aperture, quartx, black strap with RW buckle, 32mm **with original box £50-80

17. Gucci 1500l gold plated lady's bangle watch, quartz, 14mm **with original box and related papers £40-80 6

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21. Rare Vacheron & Constantin aluminium pocket watch, ref. 4348, silvered dial with applied Breguet numerals and subsidiary seconds, 439/7 nickel-finished lever 17 jewel movement, circular case inscribed 'Presented to C.W Hensley by the Northern Aluminium Company In Recognition of Long and Loyal Service 1956', case, dial and movement signed, no. 347748, 45mm diameter **with the original V&C case £1800-2200

22. Vacheron & Constantin 18k ultra slim gentleman's wristwatch, circular silvered dial with baton markers, black strap, 33mm £1600-2000 23. Longines 14k white rectangular curved gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1951, textured silvered dial with Arabic 12, baton markers and subsidiary seconds, cal. 22L 17 jewel movement, no. 837xxxx, black suede strap, 25mm x 40mm (movement requires attention) ** with a modern box £400-600





24. Longines 14k yellow gold gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1947, tonneau silvered dial with applied Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, cal. 10L 17 jewel movement, no. 7441586, modern tan leather strap, 26mm ** with a vintage Longines box £300-400

25. Longines 18k rectangular curved gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1944, the cream dial with baton markers and subsidiary seconds dial, cal. 9L 17 jewel movement with cover, no. 684xxxx, modern strap, 22mm x 38mm


** with Longines box £550-650

26. Longines 10k gold filled rectangular curvex gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1934, silvered doctor's dial with an hour dial over constant seconds, signed movement, no. 5253658, black strap, 45mm x 20mm £400-600 27. Longines Rodolphe design gold plated lady's bracelet watch, quartz, no. 709167, 24mm £100-150 28. IWC Pilot's Chronograph Fliegeruhr automatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, ref.IW3777, serial no. 5020xxx, black strap, 43mm **with boxes and Guarantee card purchased from Fraser Hart in March 2015 £2500-3000




29. IWC Spitfire Mark XV automatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 3253, silvered dial with Arabic numerals, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, serial no. 2847xxx, tan leather strap with folding clasp, 38mm **with boxes and booklet £1600-2000

30. IWC 18k gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1950s, silvered dial with Roman quarter numerals and dot markers and centre seconds, C89 movement, case no. 1163909, tan leather strap, 36.5mm £1200-1600 31. IWC 18ct gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1950s, silvered dial with Arabic quarter numerals, baton markers and centre seconds, C89 signed movement, case no. 1228xxxx, leather strap, 37mm ** modern box £1000-1500







32. Tiffany & Co 18k and enamel lady's wristwatch, signed silver tonneau dial with Arabic numerals and red 12, Vulcain 15 jewel movement, the case with an enamel bezel, no. 1505xxx, black strap, 17mm ** with a modern box £300-400

33. Art Deco platinum diamond set lady's cocktail watch, rectangular silvered dial with Arabic numerals, the case set with round and baguette-cut diamonds, stylised hinged lugs on a black cord strap, 17.9gm, 10.5mm (movement at fault) £600-800

34. Sector No Limits Diving Team 1000 Chrono Professional titanium automatic gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 3123985055, 42.5mm £350-450

35. Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Compressor GMT automatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 146.8.05, serial no. 2624xxx, black dial with subsidiary dual time dial, constant subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture, black strap with folding clasp, 42mm **with JLC box and a pre-owned watch guarantee card £2500-2800

36. Fine Zenith El Primero Chronomaster Moonphase 18ct gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 30.0243.410, white dial with chronograph centre seconds, calendar apertures, triple subsidiary dials and moon phase, exhibition back with chronometer cal. 410Z 31 jewel movement, no.265xx, brown strap with 18ct buckle, 40mm **with presentation boxes, official chronometer certificate dated 2001, and booklets £4800-5200 8

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37. Ebel Brasilia 18ct automatic gentleman's wristwatch, ref. E8120M41, silvered dial with Roman numerals, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, serial no. A145219, tan strap with folding 18ct clasp, 32.5mm

**with original box and related booklet £2800-3200

38. Technocrat diamond set lady's wristwatch, ref. TC-27-052-08, oval mother of pearl dial with Roman numerals and diamond set heart shaped subsidiary dial, round brilliant-cut diamond set bezel, quartz, black leather strap with fold clasp, 40mm **As new condition with box £150-250

39. Laco purse watch, square silvered dial with baton markers and centre seconds, reptile skin bound case, 54mm closed; with a short metal chain £90-120 40. Late Victorian 18ct chronograph lever pocket watch, Chester 1899, three quarter plate lever movement signed H. White, Manchester, no. 77824, original two part chronograph dial with Roman numerals in a consular case, 101.1gm, 51mm (movement at fault) **pouch £400-600

41. Gucci rectangular cased stainless steel lady's bracelet watch, ref 4600L, silvered rectangular dial, diamond set case, quartz, 27.5mm x 13mm £100-150 42. Patek Philippe for Tiffany & Co. Twenty-4 Collection lady's bracelet watch, ref. 4910/10A, serial no. A751G, stainless steel with a signed silvered diamond set the dial, flanked with a diamond set bezel, 0.45ct approx, cabouchon crown, quartz E15 movement, three row rectangular link bracelet, 84.20gms, 30mm x 25.14mm **with a recent scanned copy of valuation for insurance purposes from Mallory of Bath for £9290.00 £4000-6000

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43. Eterna Minx stainless steel and diamond lady's bracelet watch, ref. 2608.49, black dial with diamond quarter markers, diamond set bezel and cabouchon crown, quartz, 21.5mm £150-250 44. Continental cylinder gold engraved fob watch, the gilded dial with Roman numerals, 36.3gm, 36mm (lacking bow); also a Vintage Cyma Navystar stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch (2) £120-180

45. Bueche-Girod 9ct diamond set lady's bracelet watch, circular champagne dial with baton markers, the bezel with twenty-nine round brilliant-cut diamonds, estimated 0.90ct approx, quartz, 33.9gm, 25mm ** with Watches of Switzerland valuation for £2570 dated August 1988 £300-500

46. Collection of nine assorted gentleman's wristwatches to include Seiko, Maurice Lacroix and others, Sekonda stopwatch, two watch display cases, other watch boxes, straps etc £50-100 47. Rodania 9ct lady's wristwatch; also another 9ct lady's wristwatch and two others (4) £60-100

48. Zenith El Primero 36 000 VPH Chronograph automatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 03.2040.400, circa 2016, serial no. 118153, black dial with baton markers, chronograph centre seconds, triple subsidiary dials and calendar aperture, exhibition back with cal. 400 31 jewel movement, black leather strap with folding clasp, 42mm

In fine condition with original boxes, booklet and warranty dated 24/12/16 £1800-2200




49. Attractive Victorian sapphire, pearl and diamond brooch, with two pearls, three sapphires and rose-cut diamonds, safety chain, 4.6gm, 44mm £250-350 50. 18ct white gold aquamarine and diamond pendant on a slender necklace, with thee round brilliant-cut dimaonds over the oval aquamarine measuring 18.55m 15mm, 12.8gm £300-500

51. 18ct sapphire and diamond ring, claw and carved set with three sapphires and four small round diamonds, Birmingham 1916, 2.9gm, ring size O/P £100-150 52. 18ct and platinum ruby and diamond two stone cross-over design ring, the diamond 0.20ct approx, 2.4gm, ring size M £80-120

53. Good pair of 18k white gold diamond cluster earrings, each with seven round brilliant-cut diamonds, 2.80ct approx in total, clarity VS2SI1, colour G/H, 4.9gm, 12mm; box £1200-1800 GARDINER HOuLGATE




63 56. Edwardian 18ct nine stone old-cut diamond band ring, 6.5mm, 4.5gm, ring size S £100-150 57. Pair of 18k white gold diamond stud earrings, round brilliant-cut, 0.40ct approx £450-550


58. Ceylon sapphire and diamond ring set in 9ct white gold, 2.1gm, ring size L/M £200-300 59. 18ct sapphire and diamond oval cluster ring, the sapphire 0.75ct approx, in a surround of round brilliant-cut diamonds in a white gold setting, London 1990, 3.1gm, cluster 12mm x 11mm, ring size J £150-250

60. 18k double curve link diamond necklace, with an integral diamond set central cheveron set with round brilliant-cut diamonds, 97.4gm, 16" long £2400-2800

60 54. Victorian 15ct pearl, coral and diamond cluster ring, Birmingham 1873, 10mm, 2.2gm, ring size O/P £60-100 55. Tiffany & Co. - 18k yellow gold bracelet, with Gucci link and six diamond connections each with twelve round brilliant-cut diamonds, signed and marked '750', 40gm, 7.5" long **with a Tiffany & Co. case £2200-2800 10

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61. Coppins of Corsham - 18ct sapphire and diamond three stone ring, with a white gold claw setting with a colour change oval sapphire, 0.86ct and two round brilliant-cut diamonds to either side, 0.26ct each, clarity SI1-2, colour G/H, 4.9gm, ring size J; Coppins box **with a copy valuation for Insurance Purposes for £3000 dated March 2004 £600-800

62. 18ct sapphire and diamond five stone ring, with three round sapphires and two old-cut diamonds, 6mm, 3.8gm, ring size N/O £100-150 63. Fine 18ct old mine-cut cushion shaped diamond and ruby ring, the diamond 1ct approx, clarity SI1-2, colour I/J, within a surround of calibrated rubies in a yellow oval setting, 13mm, 4.8gm, ring size O/P £4000-5000


65 64. Good pair of 9ct and blue enamel oval cuff links, Birmingham 1971, 10.2gm, 18mm x 13mm; boxed £150-200 65. Interesting gold, enamel and coral necklace, set with four circular and an oval coral panels with pierced foliate designs, on enamel links depicting Chinese dragons, the clasp marked '14k', 37.6gm, 16" long **with velvet pouch £1000-1500

66. Antique 15ct bracelet set with eleven cabouchon opals, with safety chain, 12.6gm, 7" long approx £220-280 67. Pair of 18k white gold diamond cluster earrings, round brilliant-cut, 2.25ct approx, clarity SI1-2, colour H/I, 3.8gm £1200-1600




70 68. Pair of 9ct illusion set stud diamond earrings, 0.8gm, 5mm £100-150 69. 18ct claw set ruby and diamond five stone ring, with three round rubies and two old-cut diamonds, 6mm, 4.5gm, ring size T £120-180 70. 14k white gold wire link necklace, set with eight round brilliant-cut diamonds, 0.96ct approx, 18gm, 16.5" long £400-600 71. Tanzanite and diamond 14k ring, the oval tanzanite estimated 1.65ct approx, with three round brilliant-cut diamonds to either side, 3.8gm, ring size O-; box £200-300









72. 18k white gold aquamarine single stone ring, the oval aquamarine 14mm x 12mm, estimated 6.50ct approx, 6.9gm, Birmingham 2001, ring size M/N £300-500

73. Fancy old-cut diamond circular white gold cluster ring, 2.40ct approx, 5.5gm, 17mm diameter, ring size O £1600-2000 74. 9ct peridot and seed pearl brooch, 4.4gm, 52mm; also a 9ct emerald and diamond cross pendant, 1.4gm (2) £80-100

75. Tiffany & Co. - good quality platinum diamond ring, round brilliant-cut with pierced set shoulders and two small inset diamonds, 0.75ct approx, clarity VVS, colour H-I, signed 'Tiffany & Co', band width 7mm, 3.5gm, ring size N **with a Tiffany & Co vintage ring box £1500-2500

76. Early 20th century 9ct bracelet, probably Edwardian, 11.8gm, 7.5" long £120-160 12

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77. Impressive large aquamarine and diamond 18ct dress ring, the aquamarine 3.80ct approx, in a surround of round brilliant-cut diamonds with set shoulders, 1.40ct approx, cluster 20mm x 15.5mm, 5.7gm, ring size P/Q £1500-2000 78. Fire opal and diamond pendant on a slender necklet, the pendant 23mm x 13mm, 2.4gm £300-400

79. Georgian emerald and pearl cluster yellow metal ring, with engraved and pierced scroll shoulders, 9.5mm, 2.7gm, ring size J £80-120


80. Three row iridescent black and white cultured pearl bracelet with a gold cluster clasp, 36gm, pearls 66mm-8mm aprox, 7.25" long £150-250





81. Iliana 18k white gold pink sapphire five stone ring, estimated 2.46ct approx, 3.7gm, ring size O **with Iliana box £250-350

82. Impressive 18k white gold topaz cross pendant, consisting of ten oval pale blue topaz, each 1.00ct approx, also a single round brilliant-cut diamond, on a slender chain, 15gm, the pendant 52mm x 36mm **with a scanned copy valuation for insurance purposes for £3200 dated February 2018 £800-1000

83. Fine quality platinum 'en tremblant' floral pendant brooch, set with round brilliant and baguette-cut diamonds, estimated 8ct approx, clairty SI1-2, colour G/H, 32.5gm, 52mm diameter £5000-6000 84. Attractive yellow metal crystal opal and old-cut diamond crescent brooch, with five cabouchon opals divided by four diamonds, 5.2gm, 48mm wide £320-380 85. Good 18k onyx, sapphire and diamond link bracelet, consisting of seven panels each with four calibrated sapphires and diamond side borders, between seven domed onyx links, 40.6gm, 7.5" long £1000-1500



88 86. Victorian 9ct mounted oval shell cameo pendant/brooch, depicting a lady in a wooded landscape, 18.3gm, 56mm x 47mm £100-150 87. 18ct oval aquamarine and diamond cluster ring, the aquamarine 1.50ct approx in a round brilliant-cut surround, cluster 13mm x 11.5mm, 3.3gm, ring size O/P £450-550

88. 18ct white gold opal and diamond oval set ring, the cabouchon opal 14mm x 13mm in a diamond surround, 5.6gm, ring size P £650-750 89. 18ct and platinum three stone diamond ring, round brilliant-cut, 0.65ct approx, 1.9gm, ring size L £120-180






93. Good 9ct curb link watch Albert with T-bar, swivel clasp and engraved medallion fob, 62.8gm, 14" long £500-700 94. Platinum solitaire diamond ring, round brilliant-cut, 0.62ct approx, clarity SI1-2, colour H/I, 5.3gm, ring size J/K £300-500


95. Antique gold diamond set dice bracelet, with graduating panels including seven set with single old-cut diamonds, 15gm, 7.75" long £250-350

96. Oval cameo shell brooch in a 9ct mount, depicting a portrait profile of a lady, 12.3gm, 52mm x 41mm £60-100 97. 18ct sapphire and diamond claw set ring, Birmingham 1913, with three oval sapphires and four rose-cut diamonds, band width 7.5mm, 2.8gm, ring size L £80-120


90. Antique gold diamond set circular disc link bracelet, the centre disc modelled with a lion's head set with ruby eyes a single diamond to the mouth, with two diamond set key design disc to either side, safety chain, 11.6gm £400-600

91. Art Deco style sapphire and diamond 9ct white gold plaque ring, with a centred round brilliant-cut diamond, in a surround of tapered baguette sapphires within a diamond border, cluster 14mm x 12mm, 3.3gm, ring size O £150-250 92. Pair of 18k white gold hoop earrings, each with five blue topaz drops, 13gm, drop 100mm £150-250 14

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98. 9ct ruby solitaire oval-cut pendant on a slender necklace, the pendant 13mm x 6mm £50-70 99. 18ct and platinum sapphire and diamond cluster ring, with three princess-cut sapphires in a setting of ten round brilliant-cut diamonds, cluster 12mm wide, 2.9gm, ring size K/L £150-250 100. Antique gold and enamel locket engraved with a cherub and enamelled butterfly, on a pierced ornamental necklace, the locket 38mm x 22mm, 23gm in total £800-1000

101. Good modern 14k yellow gold diamond line bracelet, consisting of sixty-eight round brilliant-cut diamonds, estimated 2.00ct approx, 14.6gm, 7.5" long £500-800



102. Tiffany & Co. - fine 18k diamond set band ring, set with twenty-five round brilliant-cut diamonds, 2.14ct in total, clarity VV2-VS, colour GH, band width 8.5mm, signed, 6.8gm, ring size L **with a copy of a Tiffany & Co. valuation for retail replacemnet undertaken in 2003 for £4475 £2000-3000

103. Antique 18ct ruby and diamond five stone ring in a carved setting, with three round rubies and two old-cut diamonds, band width 7.5mm, 2.4gm, ring size L/M £80-120 104. Good quality 18ct solitaire diamond ring, round brilliant-cut, 0.60ct approx, clarity SI1, colour H/I, 3gm, ring size O/P £600-800

105. Attractive pink tourmaline and diamond oval pierced pendant, the cabouchon tourmaline in an oval surround set with round brilliant-cut diamonds, the two principle diamonds each 0.30ct approx, 10.7gm, 36mm x 22mm £700-900 106. Masonic Interest - pair of 9ct and blue enamel cufflinks, Birmingham 1963, maker 'NBs', 8.2gm, 16.5mm x 11mm £80-120






107. 18ct emerald and diamond seven stone cluster ring, with a single diamond in a surround of six round brilliant-cut diamonds, 0.40ct approx, 10mm diameter, 2.9gm, ring size N £160-220 108. Sapphire and diamond 9ct white gold oval cluster ring, 12mm x 10mm, 2.1gm, ring size L/M £200-250

109. 18ct sapphire and diamond three stone ring, the centre round brilliantcut diamond 0.20ct approx, Birmingham 1975, 2.7gm, ring size I£80-120 110. Antique gold and rose diamond crown and initial 'B' pendant brooch, 6gm, 43mm approx £200-300

111. Pair of modern 18k bicolour diamond set hoop earrings, baguette and round brilliant-cut, 6gm, 17mm diameter £150-200 112. 18k white gold turquoise and diamond cross pendant on a slender 9k necklet, 6.1gm, the pendant 48mm x 30mm £200-300 GARDINER HOuLGATE




115 113. Art Deco diamond set brooch, with round old-cut diamonds in a pierced stylised white metal and yellow setting, 7.6gm, 52mm wide £750-850 114. 18ct sapphire and diamond five stone ring, with three round sapphires and two round brilliant-cut diamonds, 0.50ct approx, 4.8gm, band width 6mm, ring size O £380-420 115. Fine quality 18k and diamond gentleman's pair of cufflinks and tieslide, the cufflinks each with thirty round brilliant-cut diamonds in yellow and white gold, estimated 2.50ct approx in total, clarity VVS/VS, colour H-I, 17.4gm, 18.5mm x 16mm; the tie slide with a principle round brilliant-cut diamond estimated 0.20ct and further pavé set diamonds in white gold, estimated 2.10ct approx, clarity VVS/VS, colour H-I, 8.4gm, 47mm; boxed £3500-4500 116. Attractive antique sapphire and diamond bracelet, the centre panel with nine oval sapphires between small rose diamonds, on expanding yellow metal links, 8.7gm, 7" long £250-350


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116 117. 9ct solitaire diamond ring, round brilliant-cut, 0.10ct approx, ring size M £30-50 118. Pair of white gold trilliant-cut aquamarine stud earrings, 6mm wide £150-200 119. Sapphire and diamond 18k ring, 4.1gm, 6.5mm, ring size M £220-260

120. Pair of 9ct amethyst oval cabouchon cufflinks, 15.9gm, 28mm x 16mm £250-350 121. Silver coloured gem and diamond suite, comprising a pair of earring and pendant on a slender chain, the earrings 18mm, the pendant 26mm; with associated Tiffany & Co. pouch £150-180

122. Attractive 18k white gold diamond and jade pendant, with a floral cluster set with round brilliant-cut diamonds over the pierced carved plaque, mounted on a jade bead necklace set with small seed pearls, 13.4gm, the pendant measuring 80mm x 20mm £400-600



123. Fine diamond double cluster dress ring, each cluster centred with round brilliant-cut diamonds, 0.96ct & 1.05ct approx, clarity SI1-2, colour J/K, white metal setting, 21mm x 11mm, 4.4gm, ring size P £4000-6000 124. Good 18ct yellow gold old-cut solitaire diamond ring, rub-over set, 1.20ct approx, clarity SI2, colour J/K, band width 10mm, 9.4gm, ring size S £1400-1800 125. Pair of 18k white gold onyx and diamond cufflinks, of slender rectangular form each set with ten round brilliant-cut diamonds, 12.8gm, 21mm x 6mm £400-600





126. 9ct turquoise set curb bracelet with a padlock clasp, 19.7gm, 7" long £160-220 127. Art Deco style 18ct diamond cluster ring in a stepped stylised setting, 0.80ct approx, width 13mm, 3.7gm, ring size N/O £550-650 128. Emerald and diamond 9ct oval cluster ring with stepped shoulders, the emerald 0.70ct approx, 1.5gm, ring size M/N £200-250


129. 18k bombé diamond dress ring, 5.6gm, 15mm, ring size Q £300-400








130. Attractive diamond floral spray brooch, set with round brilliant-cut diamonds, in white metal, probably platinum, 14.6gm, 36mm x 56mm approx £1000-1500 131. Slender 14k yellow gold multi-coloured gem set necklace, set with topaz, peridot and garnets, 6.4gm, 20" long £280-320 132. Good quality 18ct solitaire diamond ring, round brilliant-cut, 0.70ct, clarity VS2, colour H/I, 3.8gm, ring size K £750-950 133. Modern 18ct white gold princess-cut diamond full eternity ring, estimated 2.25ct approx, clarity SI1-2, colour I/J, 6.1gm, 6mm, ring size O/P £1200-1400


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134 134. Large 18ct white gold solitaire diamond ring, round brilliant-cut, 1.18ct approx, clarity SI2-I1, colour H/I, with baguette diamond set shoulders, 4.1gm, ring size P £3500-4500

135. Antique gold opal and diamond set crescent curved brooch, 4.6gm, 47mm wide £150-250 136. Gold oval locket pendant set with three old-cut diamonds, 12gm, 41mm x 27mm £150-250

137. Antique style 18ct sapphire and diamond floral cluster ring, the sapphire 0.40ct approx, in a border of round brilliant-cut diamonds, 0.65ct approx, clarity SI1-2, colour G/H, 11mm, 3.1gm, ring size N/O £480-550 138. Pair of oval emerald set white gold stud earrings, 6mm x 4mm £140-180





145 139. Yellow gold gate style bracelet, marked '10', 19gm, with safety chain, 7" long £250-300 140. Victorian gold moonstone and ruby set brooch, 5.9gm, 43mm wide £80-120 141. Attractive 14k sapphire and aquamarine necklace, with five emeraldcut aquamarines and a single trilliant-cut, set with five oval sapphires between, 6.2gm, 16" long £550-650 142. 18ct solitaire round brilliant-cut diamond ring, 0.90ct approx, clarity I1, colour H/Ii, 3gm, ring size L £600-800


144 143. 18ct white gold emerald-cut diamond half eternity ring, 1.00ct approx, clarity VS2-SI1, colour H/I, 5.4gm, 5mm, ring size N £800-1200

144. Fine 18ct white gold emerald and trillion-cut diamond ring, the princess-cut emerald of good colour 1.90ct approx, with single trillioncut diamond to either side, each 0.45ct approx, clarity SI1-1, colour I/J, 5gm, band width 8mm, ring size Q £2500-3500 145. Essex Crystal 15ct gold mounted brooch depicting a terrier, 8.2gm, 44mm £400-600

146. Edwardian 9ct seed pearl hinged bangle set with six Maltese Cross emblems, safety chain, band width 10mm, 13.2gm £120-180 GARDINER HOuLGATE

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148. Turquoise and diamond 9ct oval dress ring, the cabouchon turquoise in a baguette diamond border with set shoulders, cluster 17mm x 12mm, 4gm, ring size O/P £320-380 149. Pair of 9ct white gold star sapphire cufflinks, with oval cabouchons, 11.3gm, 14mm x 12mm £200-300


150. Charming novelty 18k ruby, emerald and diamond set kitten brooch in the manner of Van Cleef and Arpels, 11.9gm, 50mm x 31mm approx £400-600 151. Pair of 14k sapphire and opal drop earrings, each with a single sapphire cabouchon over seven oval set opals, 2.5gm, drop 38mm £220-260

152. Fancy 9ct white gold diamond dress square cluster ring with open set shoulders, 0.50ct, 9mm, 4gm, ring size M £200-300 153. Fancy 18ct emerald and diamond cluster ring, with eight round emeralds and nine round brilliant-cut diamonds, cluster 12mm, 3.5gm, ring size L£150-250

154 147. 18ct five stone diamond ring, 1.55ct approx, clarity SI, colour I/J, 3.8gm, ring size N £1300-1600


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154. 18ct white gold Burmese ruby and diamond oval cluster ring, the ruby of deep red colour 1.78ct approx, set in a surround consisting of ten round brilliant-cut diamonds, 1.16ct approx, clarity SI, colour G/H, cluster 18mm 14.5mm, 4.9gm, ring size M £1800-2200 155. White gold and diamond set 'R' initialed pin, 52mm £60-100




156. Edwardian 9ct seed pearl star and foliate pendant, 9.2gm, 37mm £80-120

157. Pair of 18ct white gold diamond stud earrings, round brilliant-cut, 0.70ct approx, clarity I1, colour H/I, 1.2gm £650-750

158. 9ct white gold aquamarine and diamond oval cluster ring, 2.6gm, 10mm x 9mm, ring size Q/R £220-260 159. Modern 18ct blue topaz set necklet, 19gm, 17" long £400-500

160. Two platinum diamond full eternity rings, each with round brilliantcuts, 7.7gm, band width 3.5mm, ring sizes N and P/Q (2) £400-600

161. Pair of 14k sapphire drop earrings, each with five oval set sapphires, 1.4gm, drop 50mm £200-250 162. 18ct sapphire and diamond oval cluster ring of good colour, 0.60ct approx, in a surround of ten round brilliant-cut diamonds, 0.70ct approx, cluster 13mm x 12mm, 6.7gm, ring size V £250-350 163. Impressive platinum three stone diamond ring, round brilliant-cut, 1.68ct approx, clarity SI2-I1, colour H/J, 4.7gm, ring size N £2000-3000

164. Mid Victorian 22ct ruby and diamond ring, London 1851, band width 7.5mm, 2.6gm, ring size N£80-120




165. Bicolour gold pavé diamond set signet ring, with a gadrooned shank, signed 'DY', 10.5gm, ring size L £250-350 166. Pair of 18k yellow gold and enamel circular earrings, with blue and white wirework decoration, 2.9gm, 15mm £60-100 167. Antique 18ct ruby and diamond five stone claw set ring, with three rubies and two old-cut diamonds, band width 6mm, 3.1gm, ring size H/I £80-120 168. Garnet and diamond oval 9ct pendant on a slender chain, the pendant 22mm x 12mm £200-250 GARDINER HOuLGATE




175 175. Unusual 18k multi-gem set and diamond dress ring, 15.1gm, ring size L/M £350-450 176. Murrle Bennett & Co. 15ct opal set circular brooch, stamped marks, 3.4gm, 23.5mm diameter £120-180



169. Antique style floral diamond and gem set pendant, in white and yellow metal, 5.9gm, 63mm drop £500-700 170. Large gold mounted single oval citrine ring set in a pierced border, the citrine 13mm x 12mm, 9gm, ring size J/K £100-150 171. Pair of 14k moonstone drop earrings, 4.3gm, drop 43mm approx £140-180

172. 18ct white gold solitaire diamond ring, round brilliant-cut, 0.32ct approx, 3.7gm, ring size S/T £100-150

173. Edwardian 18ct three stone diamond gypsy ring, Chester 1905, set with old-cut diamonds, band width 8mm, 6gm, ring size Q £120-180 174. 18ct oval emerald and diamond cluster ring, cluster 11mm x 9mm, 2.8gm, ring size L £150-250 22

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177. Novelty 9ct articulated teddy bear pendant, with red gem set eyes, 11.5gm, 36mm £100-150 178. Pair of 9ct opal stud earrings, 7mm £100-150 179. Classical oval shell cameo brooch in a filigree yellow metal mount, depicting two young lady's and a crescent moon, 15gm, 58mm x 43mm (shell at fault; together with a yellow metal oval pendant/brooch, 3.9gm (2) £80-120 180. Antique rose diamond and ruby cross-over ring, diamond 0.56ct approx, ruby 1.00ct approx, 3.1gm, ring size N/0 £600-1000 181. Pair of 14k peridot drop earrings, 3.2gm, drop 43mm £140-180 182. 9ct diamond solitaire ring, 0.10ct, 2.7gm, ring size N; three 9ct gentleman's signet rings, 12.8gm; also a Garrard 9ct lady's wristwatch (5) (one ring at fault) £100-150




183. Antique 18ct emerald and diamond ring, Birmingham 1906, with four oval emeralds and six small old-cut diamonds in a claw setting, 4.2gm, ring size M; boxed £250-350 184. Cabouchon black opal and diamond oval 9ct pendant, the opal measuring 11mm x 10mm, depth 6mm, round brilliant-cut diamonds, 0.50ct, 2.4gm, 24mm £500-800 185. Opal three stone 10k yellow gold ring, band width 12mm, 4.8gm, ring size K £150-200




186. Engraved 9ct double sided locket pendant in the form of a book bind, 7.3gm, 31mm x 21mm £70-100 187. 18ct and platinum five stone old-cut diamond ring, 0.80ct aproxx, clarity SI, colour I/M, 3.3gm, ring size S £300-500

188. 9ct white gold multi-coloured diamond pendant on a slender chain, the pendant 17mm x 11mm £200-250 189. 18k bicolour flat curb link necklet, 8.8gm, 23.5" long £150-200

190. Roy King - 18k mesh wedding band, London 1971, width 10mm, 9.3gm, ring size K/L £250-300 191. Modern 14k bicolour bracelet set with seven round brilliant-cut diamonds, estimated 1.05ct approx, 37.7gm, width 9mm, length 7.25" long £750-850


191 192. 22ct yellow gold wedding band ring, London 1963, 4.2g, 4mm, ring size O; together with an 18k band ring, 4.1gm (2) £150-200 193. 18ct white gold five stone diamond ring, with graduated round brilliant-cuts in a claw setting, 1.75ct approx, clarity SI, colour J/K, 4.1gm, ring size O/P £1500-2000

194. Art Deco platinum cultured pearl and diamond ring, the pearl 7.5mm, with two graduated baguette diamonds to either side, ring size Q; box £80-120 GARDINER HOuLGATE






196. 9ct guard chain, 20.4gm, 58" long £180-220 197. Diamond solitaire ring with set shoulders, marked '11k'; 9ct fancy and white diamond ring and a 9ct cultured pearl ring, 7.8gm in total (3) £80-120 198. 9ct tanzanite and diamond dress ring, 2.2gm, ring size N/O; with an 18ct seven stone diamond ring, 2.7gm, ring size M/N (2) £60-100 199. JPR Pearl Company necklace in original box, Sovereign 9ct lady's bracelet watch, 9.4gm, also an 18k white gold pendant, 2.1gm £80-120 200. Pair of novelty articulated fish drop earrings, 6.4gm, drop 43mm approx £120-150 201. Five pairs of assorted 9ct earrings including diamond set examples, 7.9gm; 9ct scrap gold, 8.2gm; also an 18ct ring at fault, 1.1gm £120-160


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202. Cartier - pair of tri-colour 18ct earrings, no. D 07589 15.32gm, 24mm; with Cartier box £500-700

203. 18ct and platinum solitaire diamond ring with set shoulders, round brilliant-cut, 0.70ct approx, clarity SI, colour H/I, 2.1gm, ring size P £250-350

204. Amber necklace, 57" long; also a jade coloured graduated bead necklace 22" long and a coloured agate and crystal necklace, 34" long (3) £40-80 205. Pair of attractive two tier diamond and cultured pearl circular cluster earrings, with round brilliant-cut diamonds set in white metal, the pearls of good lustre, 11gm, 18mm diameter £1000-1500 206. Victorian gold agate and white enamel brooch, 7.2gm 57mm £120-180

207. Three gold brooches including a diamond and pearl example, each with safety chains, 15.8gm; also a plated tie-pin and faux pearl necklet £100-150

208. 9ct wedding band ring and a signet ring, 15.4gm (2) £100-150 209. Three 21k stone set dress rings, 8.3gm (3) £120-160 210. Freshwater pearl five strand necklace, the 18k yellow gold clasp set with diamonds and a single Mabé pearl, 72.8gm, 19" long £250-350 211. 18ct yellow gold gem set floral arched pendant brooch, set with diamonds, rubies, emeralds and sapphires, on a slender necklet, 9.2gm in total, the pendant 22mm x 18mm £300-500



212. 9ct white gold diamond pendant on a slender necklet, 2.2gm, the pendant 21.5mm £40-80 213. Antique 15ct aquamarine and seed pearl circular openwork brooch, 7gm, 34mm £80-120 214. 18ct seven stone diamond cluster ring, round brilliant-cut, 1.00ct approx, clarity SI, colour H/I, 10mm diameter, 2gm, ring size P £150-250 215. 18ct and platinum three stone diamond ring, 0.15ct, 2.3gm, ring size O/P; with an 18ct ring, 4.2gm (2) £100-150

210 219. 14k yellow gold ruby and diamond cluster ring, with eight round brilliant-cut diamonds in a surround of round-cut rubies, 3.8gm, 13mm, ring size I £100-150 220. Coral jewellery to include two necklaces, pair of earrings and a pair of faux coral earrings £20-40

216. 18k bicolour diamond set drop pendant with an oval halo setting, 5.7gm, drop 47mm £150-250

221. 19th century mourning brooch, 25mm wide; 9ct turquoise set pin, agate pendant and a marcasite bird brooch (4) £60-100

217. Art Deco style 18ct white gold ruby and diamond ring, with three princess-cut rubies and four baguette diamonds, band width 5mm, 3.8gm, ring size O £500-700

222. Two stone set 9ct rings and a slim wedding band, 6.8gm (3) £40-80

218. Collection of assorted costume and silver jewellery, watches, coral necklaces etc; together with a red leather effect jewellery box £30-50


223. Pair of cultured pearl and diamond circular earrings in white metal, the pearls 8mm, 6gm, 13mm diameter; box £150-250 224. Attractive antique gold backed garnet necklace, 16gm, 17" long £120-180






231. 1991 Gold Proof Sovereign coin, No. 2067 in presentation case with certificate, 8gm £180-220 232. Victorian 1895 full gold sovereign coin, 8gm £180-220


225. Chinese jade and enamel 14k bracelet, decorated with alternating elephant and pierced panels, 18.2gm, 7.25" long; also a jade brooch marker '10k', 4.7gm, 35mm (2) £100-150

226. 18ct green tourmaline and diamond brooch, the single tourmaline with two old-cut diamonds to either side, each 0.15ct approx, 4.4gm, 61mm wide £120-180 227. Attractive pink sapphire and diamond 18ct white gold ring, the emerald-cut sapphire 0.50ct approx, in setting of round brilliant-cut diamonds in split shoulders, width 14mm, 5.6gm, ring size N £850-950 228. 18ct white gold solitaire diamond ring, round brilliant-cut, 1.71ct, clarity I1, colour G, finish grade good, 3.6g, ring size O; box **with AGI Diamond Identification Report £1200-1800

229. 18k triple colour bracelet, 42.2gm, 7.5" long; boxed £700-800

230. 18k gem set and enamel floral brooch, 18.3gm, 42mm diameter £300-400 26

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233. Victorian 1893 full gold sovereign coin, 8gm £180-220 234. Two late Victorian gold half sovereign coins, both dated 1900 and one in 9ct pendant mount, 8.9gm (2) £180-220 235. Three Edwardian and George V gold half sovereign coins, dated 1908, 1912 and 1913, 12gm (3) £270-320 236. Art Deco style 14k bicolour brooch, 4.7gm, 63mm wide £60-100 237. 18ct triple cluster aquamarine and diamond ring, width 12mm, 3.5gm, ring size M/N £550-650 238. Yellow metal ruby set floral ring, 7.4gm, 18mm diameter, ring size P £120-180 239. 18k leaf design brooch, 3.3gm, 57mm £55-75 240. Two 18ct wedding band rings and another set with a single diamond, 12.4gm in total (3) £220-260



249 241. Edwardian gold half sovereign ring, 1910, 4gm £90-120

242. 9ct seed pearl and gem set ring, 1.9gm, ring size P/R; also a pair of cultured pearl drop earrings, 2.7gm (3) £40-80 243. Antique diamond cluster bar brooch set with old-cut diamonds, 3.5gm, 44mm wide; boxed £80-120

244. 9ct engine turned curved cigarette case, with inscription, Birmingham 1916, 68.1gm, 3.25" £550-650 245. 9ct sovereign mounted bracelet, consisting of seven full sovereigns dating 1963, 1965 & 1968, 66.5gm £1400-1600

246. Pretty yellow metal coral and seed pearl floral brooch, 5.9gm, 32mm diameter £80-120



250 247. Art Deco style platinum five stone diamond ring, round brilliant-cut, 0.70ct approx, clarity SI, colour I/J, width 11mm, 3.9gm, ring size N/O £600-700

248. Good 18k white gold ruby and diamond cluster ring, claw set with a centred ruby within a band of eight round brilliant-cut diamonds, estimated .64ct approx, clarity SI, colour G/H, with eight further rubies to the border in a split shoulder shank, 5.8gm, 18mm diameter, ring size O/P **with a scanned copy insurance valuation for £3350 dated March 2017 £600-1000

249. Art Deco 18ct & platinum ruby and diamond cluster ring, with three centred rubies in a surround of six old-cut diamonds, cluster 11.5mm x 11mm, ring size M; box £200-300 250. Bespoke 18ct tanzanite and diamond ring, with a channel of thirteen round brilliant-cut diamonds over a pear-cut tanzanite in a white rubover setting, 0.63ct approx, the diamonds totalling 0.15ct, clarity VS, colour G/H, 6.7gm, ring size N; with box **with a copy of Valuation for Insurance purposes for £1750, from Nicholas Wylde dated December 2012 £450-650




255 251. 18ct and platinum cushioncut solitaire ring, 0.95ct approx, clarity SI, colour I/J, 2.2gm, ring size P; box £500-800


252. Edwardian 18ct serpent snake design ring, London 1902, triple reeded band and old-cut diamond set eyes, band width 12mm, 10.9gm, ring size u/V; box £250-350

253. 18ct emerald and diamond rectangular cluster ring, the emerald 0.60ct approx in a surround of round brilinat-cut diamonds, cluster 9mm, ring size M £120-180 254. 18ct three stone old-cut diamond band ring, 0.60ct approx, clarity SI, colour G/H, band width 5.5mm, 5.8gm, ring size S/T; box £150-250 255. 18ct yellow gold diamond, ruby and sapphire swivel hinged eternity ring, 8.5gm, ring size N £200-300 256. Royal Artillery 9ct enamel and diamond brooch, Birmingham 1966, inscribed 'ubique Quo Fas et Gloria Ducunt', maker 'J.W.B' , 4.4gm, 31mm £60-100 257. 18ct and platinum three stone diamond ring, round brilliant-cut, 0.55ct approx, 2.1gm, ring size K £100-150 28

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258. 18ct three stone diamond gypsy ring, band width 5.5mm, 4gm, ring size Q/R £80-120 259. 18ct diamond half eternity ring, with twelve round brilliant-cut diamonds, band width 4mm, 3.3gm, ring size Q/S £80-120 260. 18ct claw set 18ct sapphire and diamond ring, Birmingham 1919, band width 7mm, 2.8gm, ring size P £80-120 261. Antique 18ct ruby and diamond ring, with carved scroll shoulders, band width 6.5mm, 3.4gm, ring size J£100-150 262. 18ct and platinum solitaire diamond ring with set shoulders, 0.33ct approx, 1.4gm, ring size M £100-150 263. 18ct and platinum three stone diamond ring, round brilliant-cut, 0.45ct approx, 1.4gm, ring size L/M £80-120 264. Antique 18ct claw set five stone old-cut diamond ring, 0.50ct approx, band width 6mm, 3gm, ring size P £120-180 265. 9ct gem set and seed pearl brooch, 1.8gm, 39mm; also an engraved propelling pencil pedant, 5.2gm, 52mm (2) £40-80 266. Georgian gold intaglio seal pendant fob, inset with a cornelian crest matrix, 12.5gm, 23mm x 19mm £150-250

268 267. Antique yellow metal fob pendant, inset with a faceted amethyst coloured matrix, 7.2gm, 31mm £60-100

268. Fine quality platinum emerald and marquise diamond cocktail ring, consisting of a central swirl band of thirteen emeralds, within a surround of eight marquise shaped diamonds, the two principle diamonds each estimated 1.38ct each, measuring 10.5mm x 6mm, clarity VS1-1, colour , 20mm x 17mm, 4gm, ring size K/L **modern box £6000-10000

269. Pair of 9ct oval enamel armorial cufflinks, maker 'P&B' 7.8gm, 18mm x 13mm £160-220


270. Pair of 18ct sapphire and diamond earrings, each with a single round brilliant-cut diamond over an oval sapphire, 4.8gm, 22mm £200-300 271. Victorian yellow metal stone set necklet, with a central pink paste set pendant and two oval drops on link necklet, 10gm, 14" long £350-450 272. 18ct round brilliant-cut solitaire diamond ring, 0.50ct approx, clarity I1, colour H-I, 3gm, ring size M £350-450 273. Attractive turquoise and diamond claw set ring, with three turquoise in an old-cut diamond surround, 4.7gm, band width 7mm, ring size V £400-600


275 274. Blue stone set 9ct ring, Birmingham 1967, 4.4gm, ring size K/L £60-100 275. Attractive Victorian diamond, ruby and sapphire brooch, with safety chain, 4.5gm, 50mm £350-450




287 281. Silver and blue guilloche enamel circular compact, silver hallmarked propelling pencil and a Scottish circular hardstone set brooch; also various other silver and costume jewellery £60-100

282. Multi-strand seed pearl necklace; also three other pearl necklaces and an onyx bead necklace (5) £50-80

280 276. Pear shaped opal and diamond 9ct necklace, the opal 1.50ct approx, 6.2gm £100-150 277. 18ct white gold ruby and diamond oval cluster ring with set shoulders, cluster 12.5mm x 11mm, 4.1gm, ring size P/Q £650-750 278. Pair of repousse drop yellow metal earrings, 4.7gm, drop 47mm £60-100 279. Antique yellow metal pierced brooch set with a ruby and two old-cut diamonds, 4gm, 49mm £50-80 280. 18ct four stone diamond claw set ring, round brilliant-cut, 1.25ct approx, clarity SI, colour L/M, 3.8gm, ring size N/O £800-1000


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283. Platinum and sapphire single stone ring set with diamond shoulders, ring size M, yellow metal fancy ring set with a natural pearl and diamond set foliate sprays, ring size P, 9ct white gold white stone set ring, another 9ct signet ring and a pair of 9ct ear studs (6) £150-200

284. 9ct necklet and a 9ct bracelet, 20gm approx (2) £150-200

285. Oval cameo brooch within a scrolling foliate surround set with seed pearls and small diamonds, with 9ct necklet (2) £80-120 286. 18ct plaited bracelet with safety chain, 30gm approx £500-700

287. Attractive 18ct and platinum natural pearl and diamond garland brooch, set with a single pearl (3mm) and rose-cut diamonds, 5.3gm, 47mm £350-450

288. Victorian sapphire and diamond brooch, with a central pierced cluster, safety chain, 4gm, 46mm £80-120 289-300 NO LOT


COLLECTION OF LOOSE DIAMONDS & GEM STONES 301. Set of four fancy yellow loose diamonds - round brilliant-cuts, 0.88ct approx, clarity SI2/I1 £150-250 302. Six loose diamonds - round brilliant-cuts, each 0.20ct approx (6) £120-180



310. Loose diamond - round brilliant-cut, 1.25ct approx, clarity SI2/I1, colour I-J £1000-1500

311. Loose diamond - round brilliant-cut, 0.56ct, clarity SI2/I1 , colour G-H £300-500 312. Seven loose diamonds - trilliant-cuts, from 10-20cts approx (7) £120-180

303. Eight loose diamonds - round brilliant-cuts, each 0.10ct approx (8) £120-180

313. Eight loose diamonds - round brilliant-cuts, each 0.10ct (8) £150-250

305. Loose diamond - round brilliant-cut, 1.25ct approx, clarity SI2/I1, colour H-I £1000-1500

315. Loose diamond - round brilliant-cut, 0.50ct approx, clarity SI2/I1, colour H-I £200-300

304. Pair of loose diamonds - round brilliant-cuts, each 0.15ct (2) £50-100

314. Single loose black diamond - round brilliant-cut, 1.50ct approx £100-200

306. Pair of loose diamonds - round brilliant-cuts, each 0.15ct (2) £50-80

316. Single loose green diamond - round brilliant-cut, 0.50ct approx £200-300

307. Loose diamond - round brilliant-cuts,.32ct approx £80-120

308. Six loose diamonds - baguette-cuts, 0.66cty approx (6) £150-250

309. Pair of pear shaped loose diamonds - each 0.50ct approx, clarity SI1-2, colour J/K £400-600


317. Loose sapphire - blue green baguette faceted, 3.39ct (6mm x 12mm), origin Nigeria £100-150 318. Assorted loose rubies of various shapes and cuts £100-200

319. Loose natural oval cabouchon blue star sapphire - 13ct approx, measuring 14mm x 13mm, depth 7mm, 2.6gm £150-250





320. Loose diamond - round brilliant-cut, 1.25ct approx, clarity SI2/I1, colour H-I £1000-1500 321. Pair of loose orange oval sapphires, each 1.25ct approx (2) £100-150

322. Large loose diamond - round brilliant-cut, 2.17ct approx, clarity SI2/I1, colour K/L £2000-3000 323-400 NO LOT


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Antiques & Works of Art

Thursday 29th November 2018 at 11.00am

Lot 631




Thursday 29th November 2018 at 11am

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SILVER & BIJOUTERIE 401. Edwardian silver half reeded pedestal bowl with engraved presentation inscription, maker Jones & Crompton, Birmingham 1910, 4.5" diameter, 7.70oz t approx £60-100 402. George V silver sugar bowl, maker Charles Stuart & Harris, London 1925 4.5" diameter, 2.5" high, 7oz t approx £60-100 403. Edwardian silver rectangular tea caddy, the hinged lid with hardwood finial raised on four ball feet, maker Henry Stratford, London 1902, 4" high, 6.10oz t approx £80-120 404. George V silver sauce boat, maker S Blackensee & Son Ltd, Birmingham 1929, 3" high; also another similar silver sauce boat, maker Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1924, 5.95oz t approx total (2) £50-80 405. George V silver sifter, 7" high, maker Lee & Wigfall, Sheffield 1924, 3.10oz t approx £50-80


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406. Pair of silver candlesticks, with turned stems and circular bases, maker DB, Birmingham 1977, 7.5" high, 15oz t approx total, weighted bases (2) £40-80 407. Victorian silver card tray, with a scallop rim raised on three ball and claw feet, maker Martin Hall & Co, London 1890, 6" diameter, 5.4oz t approx (with inscription) £60-100 408. George V octagonal silver teapot, with ebonised wooden handle and finial, with presentation inscription from the Duke & Duchess of Beaufort for recognition of service at Badminton, maker Fordham & Faulkner, Sheffield 1912, 6" high, 22.50oz t approx £120-180

409. George III squared twin handled sucrier, of boat shape form with a gillded interior upon petal feet, makers mark indistinct, London 1811, 8" wide, 9oz t approx £100-150





410. George IV silver cream jug, the half fluted body raised on four shaped feet, maker Thomas Wilkes Barker, London 1822, 3.5" high, 5.70oz t approx £60-100 411. Art Deco cased set of eight silver fish knives and forks, maker Frank Cobb & Co Ltd, Sheffield 1945, 29.9oz t approx £200-300 412. George V silver waiter, the moulded border upon ball and claw feet, maker S W Smith & Co, Birmingham 1921 8.5" diameter, 9oz t approx £100-150 413. Pair of George V silver egg shaped oval peppers on three ball feet, maker Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1910, 2" high, 3.5oz t (2) £25-45


414. George V silver baluster sifter, London 1920, 4.5" high, together with a silver salt with blue glass liner, Birmingham 1909; also a pair of silver salt and peppers, 5.46 oz t approx total (4) £50-80 415. Art Deco silver engine turned presentation cigar box, the hinged lid enclosing a boxwood divided interior, maker Bravingtons Ltd, Birmingham 1939, 9" wide £80-120 416. Attractive George V silver pierced oval cake basket, with a swing handle raised on four feet, maker William Aitken, Birmingham 1912, 12" wide 15.2oz t approx £120-180 417. George III silver half fluted boat shaped teapot, maker Thomas Johnson, London 1810, 6" high, 24.7oz t approx £200-300




418. George V silver salver with a shaped rim raised on three scroll feet, maker Martin Hall & Co Ltd, Sheffield 1924, 12" diameter, 25.17oz t approx £150-250

419. Edwardian silver cream jug and sucrier, with card-cut raised on three feet, maker George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester 1908, 3" high; also a later silver cream jug, maker Wilson & Sharp Ltd, Birmingham 1940, 6.10oz t approx total (3) £50-80

420. George V silver presentation tobacco box, the engine turned hinged lid revealing wooden divided interior, raised on four feet, maker Walker & Hall, Birmingham 1929, 9" wide £80-120 421. Baluster silver sifter, maker Barker Ellis Silver Co, Birmingham 1972, 7" high, 4oz t approx £40-80 422. Late Victorian silver waiter, with a moulded pie-crust borser on three raised feet, maker Daniel & John Wellby, London 1900, 10" diameter 13.7oz t approx £150-250

423. Victorian pierced silver tray, maker Martin, Hall & Co, London 1895, 5.5" diameter; together with further bijouterie silver items including a small silver mounted clock, thimble, wine bottle spout, commemorative armada dish and spoon (6) £60-100


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424. Edwardian silver six division toast rack, maker Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield 1908, 4.5" wide; together with a Continental 835 pierced fish slide, 6.10oz t approx (2) £40-80 425. Collection of assorted similar silver spoons, mostly fiddle pattern including Georgian period and later examples, 32.2oz t approx £200-300 426. Assorted silver fiddle pattern forks, including Georgian period and later examples, 55.95oz t approx £350-450 427. Assorted silver bijouterie to include a dressing table brush and hand mirror, two small silver photo frames, pair of silver lidded glass pots, napkin ring; also a quantity of silver jewellery including rings, a bangle and charm bracelets etc. £60-100 428. Silver engine turned cigarette case, maker Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co, 1922; with a silver photograph frame, 5" x 7", a small bonbon dish and a miniature egg salt shaker (4) £40-80 429. George V cased silver manicure set, maker Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1910; Edwardian silver spirit funnel, Sheffield 1903 and a silver toddy ladle with turned hardwood handle (3) £50-80



430. Good pair of Art Nouveau silver vases, of cylindrical tapered form with stylised rims and bases, maker Carrington & Co (John Bodman Carrington) London 1906, 7" high, 13.3oz t approx (2) £200-400 431. George V three piece silver tea set, maker Mappin & Webb, teapot and sucrier London 1915, cream jug with Birmingham worn marks, 15.3oz t approx (3) £150-200 432. Late Victorian silver mounted ivory pepper mill, maker Rose & Brough, Birmingham 1900, 3.5" high £80-120 433. Good extensive canteen of Sterling flatware, 188oz t approx including blades £1000-1500 434. Fourteen Sterling silver mounted pressed glass wine coasters, circa 1960s, maker Frank M Whiting Co. 4" diameter (14) £60-100 435. Edwardian silver tea caddy, maker Carrington & Co (John Bodmin Carrington) London 1904, 4" high, 8.11oz t approx £100-150 436. George V silver spirit hip flask, maker Cohen & Charles, Birmingham 1923, 5.5" high; together with a silver plated example in a crocodile leather half jacket (2) £60-100


433 437. Victorian silver six division toast rack, maker Robert Harper, London 1857; also a Mappin and Webb engine turned cigarette case, with gilt interior, Birmingham 1931, 14.6oz t approx (2) £80-120

438. Three similar Continental white metal urns, repousse foliate decorated, upon stepped square pillar supports raised on four legs, tallest 9" high, 26.1oz t approx total (faults) (3) £150-250

439. Continental white metal twin-handled vase and cover, of circular lobed form with an Eastern influence finial and handles, 8.5" high 28oz t approx £200-300 440. NO LOT


442 441. Silver plated scalloped dish with foliate swing handle, 8" diameter, together with a silver plated wine funnel (2) £30-50

442. Pair of cast silver plated candlesticks with a horned demon fawn atop three further fawn all over three entwined serpents, 12" high (2) £50-80 443. Assorted silver plated table wares including; two lidded tureens, wine coasters various, toast rack, serving spoons, assorted bone handled flatware. Also assorted stainless flatware £60-100

444. Assorted silver plated wares including; pair of candlesticks, toast rack, cased flatware including fish knives, tankard etc. £80-120 445. Small quantity of silver plated wares including; waiter, bon bon dish, tankard, cream jugs various; also two pairs stainless nutcrackers £40-60 446. Pair of Christofle silver plated circular waiters, with wavy rim, largest 13" diameter; Also a further silver plated waiter and larger oval platter (4) £50-80

447. Assorted silver plate flatware, comprising; serving spoons, knives, forks etc. £20-40 448-450 NO LOT 38

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451. Late 18th Century Brazilian carved treen figure of St. Sebastian, tied to a tree with arrows, polychrome decorated, 25" high £250-350

452. Early 19th Century West African stained hardwood staff, in a stylised figural form, 60" long (repair) £250-350

453. Victorian walnut brass inlaid work box, the hinged lid inset with a brass plaque, revealing red silk cushioned and lined interior of a divided top tier and open box under, 6" high, 12" wide £50-80 454. Walker & Hall mahogany cased canteen suitable for an extensive cutlery suite, the inlaid hinged lid revealing green baize lined cutlery divisions over two divided baize lined drawers, brass carry handles to the sides, 9" high, 19" wide £60-100

455. Victorian walnut writing slope, the box with parque mosaic and mother of pearl inlay to lid opening reveal a purple baize lined writing surface with a tooled leather border, 6" high, 12" wide; also a Victorian rosewood tea caddy, the hinged lid opening to reveal two removable lidded containers with a central circular recess, 6.5" high, 13.5" wide (2) £80-120 456. Georgian oak church candle box, with shaped back over the sloping hinged lid, 13" high £30-50

459 457. Victorian mahogany octagonal box/foot stool, with upholstered hinged lid revealing a glazed pottery pail liner, 11" wide, together with a Victorian rosewood tea caddy (at fault) (2) £40-60 458. Victorian rosewood work box, with two inset ivory figural panels to the lid stylised eastern figures, 12" wide £40-80

459. Black Forest carved treen book slide, with opposing hinge folding fox and pheasant, 6.5" high, 16.5" wide, 25" wide fully extended £120-180

460. Early antique carved oak panel featuring the bust of a gentleman, 11" x 7.5"; together with a further carved oak panel with a Tudor Rose over a row of lancet arches 13" x 9.5"; also an early carved polychrome door escutcheon panel of a religious mitre hat, 12" x 7" (3) £60-100 461. Collection of souvenir treen wares, to include carved goblets, turned pots and bowls, lidded pear pots, napkin rings etc. Also a trio of graduated carved wall mounted Pheasants (a collection) £40-80 462. Collection of souvenir smoking pipes, including treen, porcelain and metal mounted exaples; together with a lidded tobacco caddy with pipe stand and two further carved treen pipe racks (a collection) £30-50

463. Collection of thirty carved treen Welsh love spoons, together with a love spoon souvenir tea-towel (31) £40-80




464. Group of six ebonised hardwood Indian elephant figures, tallest 7" high (6) £30-50 465. Decorative modern pine storage crates, four larger measuring 10" high, 19.5" wide, 13" deep, each containing two smaller crates measuring 12" wide and 9" deep; also three further of the smaller crates (15) £40-80 466. Decorative modern pine storage crates, four larger measuring 10" high, 19.5" wide, 13" deep, each containing two smaller crates measuring 12" wide and 9" deep (12) £40-80

467. 19th century treen tapestry ring, mounted on a ball joint articulated arm and table clamp with screw, inner ring diameter 5.75" £40-60

468. French ebonised vineyard clock, the 9.5" cream dial signed Sarton, Toulon, within a foliate and coloured enamel floral mask surround and oval ebonised turned case, 24" high overall £80-120

469. French ormolu two train mantel clock striking on a gong, the 3" white dial signed Camerer Kuss & Co, 56 New Oxford Street, London, within a stepped pillared case surmounted by four small and one large turned finial, 13" high (pendulum and key) £150-250 470. French two train green onyx and gilt figural mantel clock striking on a bell, stamped Medaille Dargent Vincent 1855 to the back plate, 22.5" high (pendulum, winding key) £100-150



483 471. Good mahogany, crossbanded and inlaid eight day longcase clock, the 14" square brass dial signed Benbow, Newport to the foliate engraved centre with subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture, also with moon phase to the arch, the case with short crossbanded door inlaid with an oval conch shell, flanked by quarter fluted pillars, the hood surmounted by a moulded swan neck pediment and brass ball and eagle finial, 92" high (pendulum, weights and keys) £400-600 472. A. Thorborn F.Z.S - British Mammals, Volumes I & II, both edition 153/155 (2) £160-220

473. Two early 20th Century leather gladstone bags, both 18" long approx (2) £70-100 474. Seven cane carpet beaters, longest 37" (7) £20-40

475. Pair of bisque head dolls, dressed in blue regal attire, 14" high; also a pair of carved wooden dolls in royal attire (4) £40-60 476. Vintage Marmet coach built pram, 40" long £30-50



477. The Magic Roundabout - Dougal soft toy, 12" long; together with a Florence rag-doll, 12" high, and a Dougal rubberised coin bank. Also The Magic Roundabout Annual 1968 (4) £20-40

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484 478. Neu Bach bisque head doll, no. 7246, with long ginger hair and wearing pearls, 26" high; together with a similar Jubilee Mold Co. example 'Harmony' 23" high (2) £60-80

479. Pair of small bisque head dolls, 14" high approx (2) £50-80

480. Hildegard Gunzel - two bisque head dolls, marks to back of head (one missing hair), both dated 1981, 20" high approx (2) £60-100 480A. Hildegard Gunzel - bisque head doll, impressed marks to reverse of head and dated 1984, 26" high £50-80 481. Large Spanish metal star hanging lamp, with star pierced facets, 31" approx drop (at fault) £50-80

482. Good decorative ormolu six sconce chandelier, 27" across, 35" drop approx £100-200

483. Decorative brass faux bamboo design hexagonal hall lantern, 15" high £100-150 484. Pair of French rococo style ormolu twin sconce wall lights, of foliate form, 21" high (2) £50-100

491 485. Pair of French small rococo style ormolu twin sconce wall lights, 13" high (2) £40-80

486. Pair of copper saucepans, largest 8.5" diameter; also a cased Sheffield steel carving set with wooden handles (3) £20-40 487. Brass desk stand modelled as a standing fox, upon repousse foliate plinth, 2.5" high, 8" wide £20-40 488. 18th century brass pestle and mortar, pestle 8" long (2) £30-50

489. Assorted brass wares to include; fire tools, horse brasses, oil lantern, pair of wall pockets, three sconce candlestick etc. Also a copper jug and copper tankard £40-60

490. After August Saabye (1823-1916) - 'Susanna before the elders', bronzed statue mounted on a veined rouge marble plinth, signed, 31" high overall £300-500 491. Good pair of bronze cherub candlesticks, the three faceted cherub torsos over scrolling foliage mounted on octagonal marble bases, (converted to electricity) 15" high (2) £300-500

492. H.M.V model 181 cabinet gramophone, with exhibition soundbox, 42" high 18" wide £60-100


496 493. Victorian Coalbrookdale style white painted cast iron stick stand, in the form of infant Hercules, after the design of Edwin & Theophilus Smith of 1866, modelled wrestling a serpent, with cast 'O.W.F Reg Design' mark to the detachable tray insert, 33" high £80-120


494. American walnut inlaid two train spring driven wall clock, the 8" circular white dial within a glazed case and inset mirror back, 35" high (key, pendulum) £50-80 495. Revolving metal two tier stick stand, 22.5" high £50-80

496. Fine and unique 'Silver Jubilee' 1977 double disc polyphon made by B.E. Etches, bearing the maker's plaque with the ten tunes: God Save the Queen, Whisper and I Shall Hear, Schubert's Serenade, The Marseillaise, Under the Double Eagle, The Waves of the Danube, Washington Post, I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen, I Wish I Was in Dixie and Silent Night, the kingwood and burr wood bombé brass bound shaped case bearing the cabinet maker's plaque of Mr C.S. Ricketts, Bournemouth, the brass bound glazed top over bombé sides fitted with brass and turned wooden side handles over a shaped frieze supported upon tapering cabriole legs, 50" wide, 7.5" deep and 34.75" high * This polyphon, made by Mr Etches to celebrate the Queen's Jubilee, is the first double polyphon to be made and is sold with an electrically operated coin box £3000-5000

497. Good French ormolu and white marble figural mantel clock, the dial signed Le Roy & Fils 13-15 Palais Royal, Paris, the back plate also signed Le Roy & Fils A Paris, on a stepped white marble plinth, 18" high overall (no pendulum) £900-1200 498-500 NO LOT





PORCELAIN & POTTERY 501. Naples porcelain serpentine casket, the hinged cover and sides with relief moulded scenes of classical figures and busts, factory mark, 9" wide £200-300


502. Robinson & Leadbetter pair of late 19th century Parian figures of musicians, tallest standing 12" high (2) £120-180

507. Pair of Royal Crown Derby Imari pattern vases, with flared rims and of tapered form applied with beadwork moulding, 4.5" high £40-80

503. After W K Schwanthaler - A Parian figure of Lurline, seated with a monster fish at her feet, 12" high £150-250

508. Royal Crown Derby Imari pattern octagonal porcelain bowl, 5.25" wide; together with a similar saucer, pot pourri and cover and an octagonal box and cover £60-100

504. Royal Worcester porcelain cabinet cup and saucer painted with fruits and gilded highlights, signed W.J Bagnall, puce printed factory mark, the cup 2" high; together with another Royal Worcester blue glaze porcelain cabinet cup and saucer with decorative gild bands (2) £100-150 505. Royal Worcester blush ivory circular lobed porcelain vase and cover painted with traditional floral sprays upon a blush ground with gilded highlights, puce printed factory mark, no. 1412, 7" high £80-120 506. Continental porcelain figure modelled as a cherub wearing a tiger skin before a fire upon a pierced gilt highlighted base, blue factory mark, 4.75" high; German porcelain figure of a semi-nude lady, 6" high; together with four further figures including a figure of a flower vendor, child and two officers (6) £80-120


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509. Set of four Rudolstadt German porcelain figures depicting cherubs, each 4.75" high (4) £60-100 510. Pair of Continental porcelain figures in the manner of Meissen, depicting a seated couple with encrusted flowers and gilded highlights, 5.75" high £50-80 511. Set of five German porcelain figures of cherubs in acrobatic pursuits, bearing factory mark, the tallest 3.5" high (5) £60-100 512. Meissen porcelain figure of a seated elderly lady sat upon a green chair upon a pierced painted floral base, blue crossed swords mark, 5" high (restored); together with four further Continental porcelain figures (5) £80-120




513. Pair of Dresden porcelain floral encrusted candlesticks, 6.75" high; Continental porcelain figural candlestick modelled with a young man holding a clarinet upon a floral background, 11.5" high; attractive porcelain floral encrusted twin handled vase and cover and a small floral encrusted jug (5) £80-120

514. Pair of Victorian Staffordshire dogs with lustre decoration, 9.75" high £30-50 515. Portuguese Jose Francisco de Sousa Palissy Ware wall plate, modelled in relief with a long grey snake, two green lizards and butterflies on an encrusted ground, impressed 'JFS' mark, 14" diameter (some minor faults) £200-400 516. Matched pair of German porcelain encrusted scent bottles and stoppers, each applied with birds upon floral grounds with gilded highlights, one bearing the blue crossed swords factory mark, the tallest 11.25" high (the smaller bottle restored) (2) £50-80

517. Copeland Spode's Tower pattern blue and white transfer printed jardiniere, with a reticulated rim and applied with twin handles upon four scroll feet, 9.5" diameter, 6.25" high £50-80

518. Pair of large German stoneware flagon's, depicting Saul and Sanherib, with pewter mounts and covers, 14.5" high (2) £60-100 519. Collection of fourteen Royal Copenhagen Christmas plates, dating 1979-1992, 7" diameter; Also four Royal Doulton Christmas celebration plates, in boxes, 8.25" diameter £20-40 520. Assorted Victorian green glaze leaf plates, including two serving plates (10) £40-80


521 521. Minton Delft blue and white part service, including five graduating oval platters, (largest 19.5" wide), oval lidded tureen, tea cup and saucer and plates various (a collection) £100-150

522. Three similar Willow pattern blue and white transfer print platters, graduated sizes, largest 16" across, together with a later oval platter (4) £30-50 523. Four assorted terracotta stoneware jugs, largest 9" high (4) £50-80

524. Carlton Ware tomato and lettuce leaf moulded serving dish, 10.5" wide, together with a Royal Worcester 'Mayfield' pattern cake plate, 11" diameter, and cake slice, both boxed. Also a small leaf moulded porcelain cream jug (4) £30-50 525. Pair of Masons Ironstone garden seats of Chinese influence, hexagonal barrel form decorated with dragons and foliage on a pink ground, 21" high (2) £500-700



534 526. German porcelain group, modelled with children on a see-saw, in blue and white glaze upon an oval gilt highlighted base, blue crowned factory mark, 6" high £20-40 527. Set of Franklin Mint limited edition plates from the Great Clipper Ships Series by L.J Pierce, with certificates, 9" diameter (12) £20-40

528. Two Staffordshire figural groups of a gentleman and a lady by their horses; also a further Staffordshire figure of a lady (3) £30-50

529. Late 19th century German oval porcelain reticulated basket, encrusted with roses and supported by four cherubs, 9" wide, 4" high; together with a pair of Staffordshire seated dogs with copper lustre decoration, 6" high (at fault) (3) £40-80

530. Royal Doulton - two similar Falstaff Toby jugs, 9" high, Tinies Diamond Anniversary jug collection and nine assorted small character jugs (a collection) £50-100 531. Royal Doulton blue glaze stoneware vase, 7" high; Doulton Burslem stoneware vase, Doulton Lambeth three handle tyg, a further tyg by H Brewer (at fault), Doulton Lambeth stoneware jug, stoneware studio vase; also a Masons 'Vista' sucrier and cream jug (9) £60-100 44

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BIJOUTERIE & SMALL DECORATIVE ANTIQUES 532. Parker 9ct fountain pen, with engine turned decoration, monogrammed 'R.H.R', 28.1gm, 5.75" long £200-300

533. Leather bound 'The Rifleman' telescope by J.H Steward Ltd, 25" long extended £30-50

534. 19th century gilt pocket telescope, inscribed 'W.Hawks Grice, Bond Street, London', 3" extended, 1.5" diameter, with the original Morocco leather case £100-150 535. Complete canteen of 'Sheffield Cutlery' stainless flatware £40-60 536. Fine 19th French amboyna and brass inlaid decanter set, the serpentine case with double hinge lid revealing a gilt brass decanter stand, enclosing four acid etched decanters with stoppers and sixteen liqueur glasses 11" high, 13" wide £450-550



537. Carriage clock striking on a gong, within a corniche brass case, 7" high £80-120 538. Victorian papier maché face screen fan with a painted floral still life,11.5" wide; together with a further paper fan with silhouette of a lady and a gentleman verso, signed Aileen Whiting; novelty compact in the form of a camera, small faux ivory casket and a pair of treen butter pats (5) £40-80 539. Selection of interesting items to include a Bluer watch/lighter in original box, boxed set of four Oriental faux tortoiseshell knitting needles, assorted jewellery, fancy faux pearl bracelet, replica of a 15th century white metal spoon, pocket watch, etc £40-80 540. Pair of small Cornish sepentine stone vases, 6" high (2) £20-40

541. Vintage chrome soda flask by Sparklets Limited, Parker Roller Beacon chrome table lighter, pair of field binoculars and a Fieldings Crown Devon circular transfer printed bowl (4) £30-50 542. 9ct folding pen knife, London 1947, with two steel blades marked 'Wright, Sheffield', 17.9gm, 3" long £60-100 543. Interesting collection of unmounted gemstones and beads; also various artifacts and accessories within a Bisley metal cabinet, 11" wide, 13" high £50-150


551 544. Modern silver and lapis lazuli bracelet, 9" maximum in length £20-30 545. Pair of silver and lapis lazuli drop earrings, drops 62mm approx £20-30 546. Pair of modern silver and lapis lazuli gentleman's cufflinks £20-30 547. Contemporary silver and lapis lazuli bangle, 3.5" wide £20-40 548. Victorian Nailsea type green glass dump paperweight, 4.5" high £20-40 549. Collection of early 19th Century English glass wares, Including a pair of cut glass decanters, 8.5" high, and nine assorted drinking glasses (11) £60-100 550. NO LOT 551. Austrian cold painted bronze of a cat, stamped 'Geschutzt' to the underside, 3" long £40-60 552-567 NO LOT


571 574 573. Pair of Chinese famille verté small porcelain bottle vases, Kangxi, 5.5" high (necks reduced and restored) (2) £150-250



568. Chinese seated porcelain figure of a Daikoku, holding aloft a mallet, 7.5" high £50-80 569. Japanese satsuma figure of Hotei, 9" high £50-80

570. Japanese satsuma figural group of two gentleman seated, decorated with gilt highlights, 9" high £50-80 571. Chinese bronze tripod censer, of cylindrical form raised upon three bulbous feet, bears the Xuande cast six character seal mark to the base, 2.75" high, 3" diameter £500-800

572. Set of eleven Siam sterling silver menu card holders, depicting deities, dancing figures and buildings etc. £50-80 46

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574. Japanese Satsuma earthenware vase signed Taizan, enamelled and gilded with birds and a butterfly amidst flowers on a yellow to blue ground, painted character marks to the base, Meiji period, 12" high £100-150 575. Pair of Japanese Satsuma earthenware shouldered vases decorated with scenes of Geishas upon a blue ground, 8.75" high; together with another pair of Satsuma vases (4) £50-80 576. Japanese bronze twin-handled vase, with mask handles and decorated with panels of cranes, 18.5" high £80-120 577. Japanese bronze twin handled vase, with dolphin's head handle and decorated in low relief with panels of wild fowl, seal mark, 15.5" high £80-120 578. Four small Oriental monochrome glazed vases, tallest 5" high; together with a small Chinese enamel on copper dish, decorated with a dragon, circa 1900, 5" diameter (5) £80-120 579. Two similar Chinese porcelain bowls, one with the Kangxi mark and the other Qianlong (both at fault) (2) £100-150


580 580. Fine quality Japanese bronze figural inkwell by Miyao Eisuke, modelled as Hotei reclining against a Bag of Fortune decorated with precious symbols, the hinged lid bearing the maker's seal, the hardwood base of rectangular outline with swept feet detailed in scrolling gilt, Meiji period, 4.5" high, 5" wide £1000-1500 581. Chinese Canton carved ivory fan, with figural pagoda scenes, 15" wide when open £200-300

582. Early 17th century Chinese porcelain blue and white dish, with a lotus decoration, 6" diameter; together with a similar Chinese porcelain dish, circa 1800 (2) £60-100 583. Set of five Chinese export blue and white porcelain plates, with moulded and painted lotus design, 9" diameter (5) £50-80

584. Interesting early 19th century Chinese porcelain ink stone, with powder blue glaze around, 3.5" high, 6" wide £200-400

585. Collection of twelve 18th century Chinese export porcelain plates, some with Imari decoration, 9" diameter approx (12) £150-250

586. Large Chinese blue and white baluster vase, with a flared rim painted with cartouche panels of figures and landscapes upon a foliate blue and white ground, 22.5" high £150-250




587. Chinese Kangxi style blue and white porcelain double gourd vase painted with panels of landscapes and animals, 6.25" high; together with a Chinese blue and white prunus blossom ginger vase and cover, 10.5" high (2) £60-100 588. Chinese porcelain figure of Hotei, modelled standing wearing a floral robe and holding a scroll, impressed mark, 13" high £100-200 589. Chinese porcelain figure, of a lady knelt wearing a floral robe and playing a shamisen in Imari type palette, 8" high £50-80

590. Chinese porcelain figure of a lady, modelled standing wearing a robe, 12" high (at fault) £40-60

591. Two Japanese Satsuma figures/lamp bases, each modelled with ladies in elaborate robes upon hardwood plinths, tallest 9" high (2) £50-80




592. Oriental oval porcelain planter, decorated with a variety of painted monkeys and chimps around, recent, 6" high £20-40 593. Chinese framed needlework, 27.5" high, 15" wide £100-150

594. Antique carved ivory circular floral netsuke, 1.5" diameter, together with three other netsuke (4) £60-100 595. Pair of Chinese famille noir porcelain vases, decorated with birds of paradise amidst flowering branches upon a black ground, 9.5" high £50-80 596. Chinese blue and white porcelain charger, with flowers to centre within a floral border, 18th century, 16.25" diameter £100-150

597. Large Eastern engraved brass circular tray within a lobed border, 28" diameter; together with a similar smaller tray, Eastern engraved copper kettle, circular silvered pot and cover and a repousse brass vessel (4) £20-40



601. Lladró - 'Fishing with gramps', porcelain figural group, no. 5215 (at fault - loss of fishing rod, dog loose but appears undamaged) 16" wide, 7.5" high £50-80 602. Lladró - 'Seesaw', no. 1255 porcelain figural group, 10" high, 10" wide £40-60 603. Lladró - 'Dentist', no. 4762 porcelain figure with box, 14.25" high; together with 'Boy Graduate' no. 5198, 11" high (2) £60-100

604. Lladró - 'Girl On A Carousel Horse', no. 1469, and 'Boy On A Carousel Horse' no. 1470, porcelain figural groups 15.5" high (no. 1470 a.f loss of one garland to carousel pole (2) £100-200

598. Chinese porcelain figure of a gentleman, modelled wearing a pale blue Imperial robe holding a fan and flowers, 8" high £60-100

605. Lladró - 'Making a wish' no. 5910, porcelain figural group, 9" high; together with 'A New Treasure' baby boy in basket, no. 6976, 3.5" high (2) £100-200

600. Japanese Satsuma figure of a lady in an elaborate robe, 20.5" high £60-100

607. Lladró - 'Suzy And Her Doll', no. 1378, porcelain figure upon wooden box base, 12" high; together with 'Playful Kittens' no. 5232, 8" high (2) £50-80

599. Three Japanese Satsuma seated figures, the tallest 9" high (3) £40-80


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606. Lladró - 'Great Dane', no. 1068, porcelain figure, 12" wide £40-60

604 608. Lladró - 'Sea Captain, no. 4621, porcelain figure, 15" high; together with 'Bunny Girl' no. 5163, 10.5" high (2) £40-80

609. Lladró - 'Golfing Couple', no. 1453, porcelain figural group, 13.5" high; together with 'Waiting To Tee Off' no. 5301, 12" high (2) £100-200 610. Lladró - 'Bathtime' no. 6411, porcelain figural group, 5" high; together with 'Bathing Beauties' no. 6457 (2) £50-80 611. Lladró - 'Mermaid On A Wave', no. 1347, porcelain figurine, 17" high; together with 'Ocean Beauty' no. 5785, 10" high (2) £60-100 612. Lladró - 'Boy Jewellery Dish', no. 4714, 7.5" high; together with a standing girl figure in night robe, 11" high (2) £40-60

613. Lladró - 'Lady With Shawl', no. 4914 porcelain figural group of a lady with a dog at her feet, raised upon a wooden plinth, 18" high; together with 'Little Lady' no. 1879, 12.5" high (2) £60-100 614. Lladró - 'Eskimo Riders', no. 5353, porcelain figural group, 7" high; together with 'Ride In The Country' no. 5354, and 'Look At Me', no. 5465, both 8" high approx (3) £50-80

615. Lladró - 'Girl With Pitcher', no. 4590, porcelain figural group, 11" high; together with 'Bongo Beat' no. 5157 and 'Donkey In Love' no. 4524 (3) £50-80




616. Lladró - 'Ducklings', no. 4895, porcelain figural group, 4" high; together with 'Rabbit Eating' no. 4772 and two further small Lladro porcelain animal figural groups (4) £40-60

617. Lladró - Floral relief decorated porcelain vase, no.1115, 9.5" high, together with assorted 'Lladro Collectors Society' pieces including candle holders nos.17665 and 17666, leather pouch wallet and two porcelain plaques possibly for advertising or retail display £40-60

618. Lladró - 'Lladro Collectors Society' 620 Catalogue Volumes I & II; together with a small quantity of Lladro 'Expressions' magazines bound in a presentation folder, four Lladro reference guides and two porcelain plaques for display/retail etc. £40-60 619. NO LOT

620. Daum Nancy cameo glass vase, of tapered form decorated with a forest scene in brown and amber shades, signed Daum Nancy, 9" high £200-300

621. Clarice Cliff 'Autumn Crocus Bizarre' circular bowl, printed factory marks, 7.75" diameter; together with a 'Fruits' Bizarre preserve pot, 3" high (2) £50-80 622. Clarice Cliff 'Bonjour' part service, with painted floral decoration comprising a water jug, milk jug, sugar bowl and a three-piece cruet set, the water jug 6.75" high (some faults) £80-120




623. Kevin Francis Little Clarice limited edition character jug, no. 786/2500, 6.5" high; together with a Manor limited edition of Susie Cooper, no. 688/1000, 6.25" high (2) £20-40

624. Six Wedgwood, Bradford Exchange Ltd edition plates in Clarice Cliff 'Bizarre' designs, titled 'Orange Roof Cottage', 'Honolulu', 'Summerhouse', 'Garden Blue', 'Windbells' and 'Bridgewater', all with edition certificate, 8" diameter; together with three Wedgwood Clarice Cliff centenary design coffee duos titled 'Red Tree', 'Blue Firs' and 'Autumn'. also a promotional poster (13) £40-80

625. Clarice Cliff 'Autumn Crocus' Bizarre beehive honey pot and cover, 3.5" high; together with a selection of other Clarice Cliff wares including a Ravel cup and side plate; also a modern Poole vase (damages) £40-80 626. Clarice Cliff 'Latona' Dahlia cream cheese dish and cover, 1930, hand painted, honeyglaze, stamps to underside, 5.25" diameter £200-300



631. Eugène Marioton (1854-1925) - Le Couvre Feu, bronze and ivory sculpture, signed and titled, 'Vrai Bronze' seal mark, 13.75" high £500-800

627. Lorna Bailey for Old Elgreave Pottery - 'Manhatten' design porcelain triangle plate, slim vase and wall planter (3) £50-80

632. M I Hummel for W. Goebel - six figures of children in various pursuits, tallest 5.5" high; also three miniature re-issue plates named 'Doctor', 'Heavenly Angel' and 'Globetrotter' (9) £40-80

629. WMF Ikora Art Deco shallow tri-lobed dish, with stylised musician figure, 10.75" across; together with a pewter twin handled tray by T M Ward, 14.5" wide (2) £20-30

634. Eduardo Paolozzi (1924-2005) - cast wax Volkswagen Beetle, with remaining cast plaster around, ex Marcus Campbell collection, from the studio of Paolozzi " high, " long £100-200

628. Versace L'homme oversize display glass perfumery bottle, with contents, 10.5" high, together with a Dunhill X-centric display glass bottle in the form of a lighter, 13.5" high. Also another unlabelled plastic example (3) £40-80

630. Carlton Ware Violet Elmer 'Fantasia' pattern inkwell and cover, 1926, 5" diameter £100-150 50

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633. Large impressive illuminating peacock head ex. Blackpool illuminations, of wire construction with extensive covering of coloured plastic wrapped bulbs, featured in the Thames Festival Blackpool Illuminations Exhibition, 68" high £200-400

635-650 NO LOT




651. Jose Escofet (b.1930) - still life of quinces on a blue and white Delft plate, signed and inscribed, 'to Stephanie Hoppen Christmas '1989', oil on canvas, 16" x 20" ** Born in Terrassa Spain, he moved to Barcelona then to England in 1979, he has exhibited widely in Europe, America and with Mallett's of London in 1988, a great admirer of the Dutch and Spanish still life painters, the artist has developed a passion with nature over many decades of his life £400-600 652. Edward Burra (1905-1976) - Figures at a bar, signed with initials, lithograph on wove paper, 16" x 11.25" £500-700

653. Oscar Kokoschka (1886-1980, Austrian) - 'Madchenbildnis', portrait of a girl, signed and dated 1920, also inscribed 'orig Lithographie', black and white lithograph, published 1923, edition Die kunst des radierens (The Art of Etching) by Herman Struck, printed on high quality laid paper by A. Rogall and published by Paul Cassirer, 9.75" x 7" **Accompanied with a certificate of authenticity from Idbury Prints Ltd, Idbury, Oxon, OX7 6RU £600-800 See Glossary of Painting Terms - Page 86

651 654. Mark Tobey (1890-1976) - Ferns, signed limited edition proof, also numbered 15/85 and bearing the blind stamp for Erker Presse, St. Gallen, black and white lithograph, 13.75" x 10.25" £150-200




655. Style of Sylvia Gosse (20th Century) - Portrait of a lady head and shoulders wearing a brown skirt, cream blouse and bonnet, oil on canvas, 20" x 16" £200-300 656. Julian Barrow (1939-2013) - 'Bath from Widcombe Hill', signed, also inscribed and dated July '63 (1963) verso in the artist's own hand, oil on canvas, 12" x 16"

**The artist was born in Cumbria but lived most of his life in London. He studied with Pietro Annigoni in Florence and travelled widely throughout the world. His studio was on Tite Street in Chelsea, formerly occupied by Sargent, Whistler, Philpot and Augustus John. He was a frequent exhibitor at The Royal Academy and longtime president of The Chelsea Art Society £250-350 657. Christopher Sanders R.A (1905-1991) - landscape with a haystack and trees, signed, Sanders, oil on board 20" x 24" £200-250


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656 658. Christopher Sanders R.A (1905-1991) - landscape with trees, possibly allotments, signed Sanders, oil on canvas, 20" x 24" £150-200


659. Louis Icart (1888-1950) - "Feeling the Moment slip away, Monsieurleprince" a couple kissing beside a window, signed artists proof, coloured etching, 21.25" x 14.25"; together with a coloured print after Sir William Russell Flint, "Study of Two Girls" 20.5" x 26.75"; also a book by William R. Holland, Clifford P. Catania and Nathan D. Isen titled 'Louis Icart, The Complete Etchings' revised third edition (3) £500-700


660. William Selwyn R.C.A (b.1933) - figure study of a kneeling man, possibly a fisherman, signed, pencil and watercolour, 9.5" x 14"

**The artist was born in Caernarfon and studied at Bangor, he is particularly well known for his farm workers and fishermen.

His work is held in very high esteem and can be found in many public and private collections including the National Library of Wales, Arts Council of Wales, University of Bangor, University of Bath, Gwynedd County Council, Anglesey County Council, and many private collections worldwide. £500-700

661. Valerie Ganz R.C.A (1936-2015) - Study of five coal miners wearing their pit helmets, signed, black charcoal drawing, 13.5" x 18.25" **The artist was born in Swansea and is renowned for her depiction of coal miners, she developed her interest in the industrial heritage of south Wales during the 1980's and spent several days per week underground at fourteen different coal mines, sketching the miners, some of the work being exhibited at the Glynn Vivian Gallery in Swansea in 1986. A great many exhibitions have been held showing her work, including one at the Glynn Vivian Gallery in Swansea in 1986 and the last being at the Attic Gallery also in Swansea, she is a member of the Royal Cambrian Academy. Her work is held in many UK collections including the National Coal Mining Museum for England as well as the National Library of Wales and the National Museum of Wales. £300-400

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662. Valerie Ganz R.C.A. (1936-2015) - Industrial scene with chimneys and other buildings, possibly Port Talbot steel works, signed, watercolour, 14" x 19.25" £200-300

663. Valerie Ganz R.C.A (1936-2015) - 'Carla' portrait of a young girl, signed, also inscribed on a gallery label verso, with the original cost price of £750, alos numbered 6595, pastel drawing, 15" x 10" **Provenance, The Albany Gallery, Cardiff £150-250

664. Valerie Ganz R.C.A (1936 -2015) - study of a ballerina, her right foot on a small wooden stool, signed, pastel and watercolour, 14.75" x 12.25" £200-300

665. G**W**Williams (20th/21st century) - study of a female nude, signed, pastel drawing on tinted paper, 19" x 13.75"; together with a further smaller study of a ballet dancer in a black costume, also signed and numbered 21 on a label verso, with the original price of £100, 10" x 7.75" (2) £100-150


666. Dianne Elizabeth Flynn (b.1939) - 'Three on the Railings', study of three girls wearing summer dresses beside a railing, signed also inscribed verso with the title and biographical details on the artist, gouache, 6" x 6.25" £100-150

667. Vivienne Luxton A.R.C.A (b1942) - study of a nude, signed and dated 96 (1996), also inscribed on a label verso with the artist's address, Lower Pengarth Farm, Paincastle, Builth Wells, Powys also numbered '6, gouache, 11" x 5.75" **The artist studied at St. Martins School of Art, London and later taught at Stroud college, she exhibits regularly at the Albany Gallery in Cardiff as well as the summer exhibitions at the Royal Academy and the Royal West of England Academy; together with a further picture of a nude girl (unsigned), 6.75" x 4.75" (2) £80-120 668. Welsh School (20th/21st century) - 'Outgoing Tide, Llangennith', beach scene with figures, indistinctly signed, also inscribed verso with the title, oil on board, 9.5" x 9" £60-100 669. Veronica Gosling (20th/21st century) -The seesaw with a figure, bird and a cockerel, signed with initials, oil on board, 11.75" x 15.5"

** The artist lives in Exeter and has exhibited at a great many shows including the Chenil Gallery, London, the Contemporary Art Fair, and other venues throughout the UK. £100-150 54

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670. Ilona Von Ronay (20th century) - flowers in a vase, signed, oil on canvas, 40" x 38"

**The artist married an Austrian Count and became Countess Ilona Von Ronay, she painted portraits, as well as other subject matter, she spent most of her time in the season at her home in Palm Springs, visiting Aspen, Australia, Monaco and New York, she painted many members of royalty as well as celebrities of stage and screen. Her works are in the collections of Paul Franks of New York, the Kirk Kerkorians of Los Angeles and the Lester Hutsons of Palm Springs as well as many others worldwide £300-500

671. Follower of Henri Daumier (20th century) - lady drinking from a wine glass; gentleman opening champagne bottles; gentleman at a table eating and drinking; two gentlemen by a table, one of them inebriated on the floor; gentleman holding a fish with a fisherwoman nearby, brown sepia etchings, 5.5" x 4.25" (pl), 4.5" x 5.5" (pl) and similar sizes ** contained within walnut veneered frames £80-120

672. Hannah Woodman (b.1968) - 'Winter Revisited', inscribed with the artist's name, the title and dated '2007, oil on panel, 12.25" x 11.75"

**The artist was born in Newlyn, Cornwall and studied at the Courtauld Institute and has held many solo exhibitions both in the south west and London £200-300 673. Reginald William (Reg) Gammon R.W.S., R.O.I (1894-1997) - 'Moirans Isere, France' signed and inscribed, also inscribed verso with the title and the original price of £400, watercolour, 9.75" x 13.5" **With Bonhams Auctioneers Lot 85, sale no. 12017 £150-200

674. ***Hoyt (20th/21st century) - Continental village with washing on a line in the distance, signed, hoyt, oil on board, 8" x 10" £40-80


675. Attributed to Sydney Briault (1887-1955) - 'Flower Piece' Forsythia in a blue vase, with a pot nearby, signed, Briault and dated '1955, also bears a later inscription verso, oil on panel, 10.5" x 9.5"

**The work was purchased at Dreweatt Neate's auction rooms in Newbury on 31st January '2007, (lot 188) and catalogued as, Sydney Graham Briault (1887-1955) Flower Piece, and realised £135, sold with a copy of the original invoice £120-180

676. Michael-Henry (1928-2016) - 'Flowers in a vase with landscape background', signed, also inscribed on a label verso, gouache, 6.25" x 9.5" **Provenance, with Frost & Reed Ltd, of London and Bristol, stock no. D13332 also bears an old inventory number £140-180 677. Michel-Henry (1928-2016) - 'Trees in a Landscape', signed, also inscribed on a label verso, gouache, 6" x 9.5"


**Provenance, with Frost & Reed Ltd, of London and Bristol, stock no. D13343, also bearing an old inventory number £140-180

678. Michel-Henry (1928-2016) - 'Still Life with Flowers', also a companion, 'Flowers', both signed and also inscribed on labels verso, gouache, 9.5" x 6" and 8.75" x 6" (2) £250-300 679. Ian Gordon (20th/21st century) - 'View from the Downs', signed, Gordon and dated '89 (1989) also inscribed on a label verso, gouache, 12.75" x 18.5" £80-120 See Glossary of Painting Terms - Page 86



680. Johannes Hendrik Eversen (1906-1995) - 'Books and Shells' a still life with a quill pen an ink well, a wax seal, books and a nautilus shell inscribed on a plaque attached to the frame, and on the artists original label verso, with title etc, oil on canvas, 20" x 16" **Ex. Collection, Robert Sielle, St Albans Grove, London, the original price being '£250 also sold by a London auction house on the 13th October '2004 (Lot 348) ****The work is sold together with a letter from the artist dated May '1959 to the secretary of the Royal Academy indicating that the work by Johannes Hendrik Eversen, Still Life of Books and a Shell, is to be purchased and illustrated in The Sphere magazine, (Christmas number) The present work was exhibited at The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, in 1959, (no. 385) £400-600

681. Martin Mooney (b. 1960) - 'Still Life with Port Bottle', signed with the artists monogram and dated '2002, also inscribed verso, oil on board, 11" x 21"

**With the Solomon Gallery, Dublin, stock no. MM54, Sold by Christie's South Kensington sale no. IOM 2029, **Born in Belfast, he gained an Honours Degree at Brighton College of Art and Design and studied for a Post Graduate course at the Slade in London. £200-300


682. Trudie Mooney (b. 1961) - Still life of pottery and bottles, signed with initials and dated '2006, oil on board, 8" x 15.5"

**Born in Brighton, the artist studied Fine Art and Printmaking at the Brighton Polytechnic College of Art and Design graduating in 1983, she is based at Ramelton, Co. Donegal, Ireland. £100-200


683. Willem Dolphyn (b. 1935) - Still life of a book, manuscript, glass and other objects upon a white cloth, signed and dated '1983, oil on panel, 11" x 17" **With Sotheby's, London, sale no AM0968 (Lot no 369) £250-350


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684 684. Paul S. Brown (b. 1967) - Still life of artists materials with a drawing of a seated nude girl and a frame nearby, signed and dated with Roman numerals, MCMXCVIII, oil on panel, 18" x 24" **Provenance, W.H.Patterson, Fine Art,

19, Albemarle Street, London, W1X 3HA,

**The artist has lived and worked in London since 1994, and currently paints in north Carolina, he works with hand crafted materials and oil colours in a naturalist tradition drawing inspiration from the Old Masters, he travelled to Florence in 1988 and trained at the Studio Cecil-Graves and helped Daniel Graves open the Florence Academy of Art. £200-300

685 685. Richard Whincop (b. 1964) - 'Viewing the Elgin Marbles', signed 'Whincop and dated '05 (2005), oil on board, 19" x 19"

**Born in Fordingbridge the artist studied at the University of York and moved to Glasgow in 1988 he has exhibited regularly in Scotland and at the Oisin Gallery in Dublin and at Tracey McNee Fine Art, London, as well as the London Art Fair, Islington. £200-300

686. Anne Francois Coloumny (b. 1961) - 'La Dorte Close' sunlight shining on to a doorway in a room interior, signed, 'Coloumny, also inscribed verso and dated '2004-5, oil on canvas, 22" x 18" **The artist is highly acclaimed and has been called, La Hopper-Francaise by the French press. Born in Paris, she studied at the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Arts Decoratifs then had sell out exhibitions Paris, London and New York, she is collected world wide, she captures a serene silence within her work which has an air of mystery, often compared to that of Vermeer, Balthus, Hopper and the Danish painter Vilhelm Hammershoi.

Her work is regular shown at the Cynthia Corbett Gallery in Cork Street, London. £200-300

686 See Glossary of Painting Terms - Page 86


687 687. Robert Chailloux (1913-2006) - Still life of apples, an earthenware jug, knife and glass, signed and numbered verso, 12860, oil on canvas, 15" x 18.25" **Born in Paris, he was a pupil of the 'Cours Superieurs de Dessin des Ecoles de la Ville de Paris' he exhibited many times at all the principal Salons in France. His work has also been shown in Great Britain, Switzerland, Belgium, America, Canada and Russia, it is collected widely throughout the World. £400-600 688. Graham Isom (b. 1945) - A farrier at work shoeing a horse, signed 'Isom, oil on paper, a vignette 18.75" x 12.75"

692 690. Edith von Clee (b. 1940) - Two Red Roses, signed, oil on canvas, 31.5" x 35.5" **With the Tallantyre Gallery, Morpeth, £100-150

691. David Stein after Edward Degas (20th century) - Naked girl combing her hair, inscribed with the artists name on the stretcher verso, also bearing a false 'Degas signature, oil on canvas, 24" x 20"

**With Bonhams Knightsbridge, 12th March '1981 (Lot 138) sold for 100, and sold with the original catalogue and receipt £80-120

**The artist is a well known Horse and Equestrian Painter who also produces other figurative work, he is collected widely and represented by many well known dealerships including Tallantyre Fine Art of Morpeth, York Fine Arts, The Riverside Gallery in Staffordshire. £100-150

692. Roy Ray (b. 1936) -'May, 9: Trewyn' an Abstract work, signed, inscribed and dated '1986, mixed media and collage, 10" x 8.5"

689. Nadine Lundahl (b. 1958) - Still ife of cherries in a glass bowl,signed 'Nundahl, oil on panel, 7.5" x 11.5" £150-200

He worked from the Porthmeor studios and was a founder member of the Porthmeor Printmakers Society. He has been a member of the Penwith Society of Arts for many years and has exhibited widely in both Cornwall and other UK venues, his work was also displayed in New York at the ground zero church of St Peter's. £200-300


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**Born in 1936 in Middlesex, he moved to Cornwall in 1974 becoming the Principal of the St Ives school of painting in 1977.

693 693. Barry Novis (20th/21st century) - Portrait of George Harrison, inscribed with the artists name on the stretcher verso, oil or acrylic on canvas, 48" x 60" ** The Artist is world renowned for painting Music, Film and Screen legends such as David Bowie, Robert Plant, John Lennon and others, he is now based in Australia. £1500-2000

694. Ronald "Carl" Giles O.B.E (1916-1995) 'The Saints and Sinners Club Dinner at the Dorchester Hotel' signed, 'Giles' pen, ink and watercolour heightened with white and gouache, 16.25" x 12.5" **The original drawing for the Dorchester Menu, sold with the original menu from 25th May '1971 with historical details on how the club was formed in 1947 by the late Jack Hylton and the author/journalist, Percy Hoskins. **Giles was best known for his association with the Daily Express newspaper. £500-800

695. Anita Klein (20th/21st century) - 'Hot Evening' signed artists proof, also dated '96 (1996) and inscribed on a label verso, black and white etching, 13" x 15.75"

**The artist studied at the Chelsea School of Art and was the President of the Royal Society of Printmakers from '2003-2006, she has had many solo exhibitions both in London and around the UK, including the Beaux Arts in Bath. £150-250

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696. Anita Klein (20th/21st century) - 'Nige and the Nightie' signed artist’s proof, also dated '96 (1996) and inscribed on a label verso, black and white etching, 13" x 15.75" £150-250 697. Tom Bech (20th/21st century) - 'Rope to Sea,I, East Haven' signed, inscribed and dated '2001 verso, oil on metal, 26" x 35" (unframed)

** The artist exhibited at Beaux Arts, Bath the original cost price being, £1,500 £200-300 698. After Norman Rockwell (20th century) 'The Saturday Evening Post' Thanksgiving, together with four further examples, from 1929/30 all printed with inscriptions and bearing an old cutting with the original British price, coloured prints (Original Magazine Covers) each, 13.25" x 10.25" (5) £150-200 699. Denis Hawkins (1925-2001) - 'Figures at Night, No 3', signed with the artists initials and dated '53 (1953) also inscribed verso with the title and the artists address and the date, August '1953 oil on canvas, 18" x 14" **The artist studied at the Ruskin School in Oxford

(1947-1949) then at the Slade in London, (1949-1952) He exhibited extensively including the Redfern Gallery, Zwemmer Gallery, Gimpel Fils, and with the London Group, his work can be found in many of our UK art galleries and museums, including the Victoria Museum & Art Gallery, Liverpool, Oxford Brookes University and Manchester Art Gallery. £100-150 700. R**Hulme (20th century) - Tribal design, signed artists proof, also bears the artists monogram and date, '49 (1949) within the image, screen print, 16.5" x 12.5" £50-80 701. Harry Brockway R.E (20th/21st century) 'The Three Graces', signed artists proof also dated '2000, from a limited edition of fifty, numbered 4/50, black and white wood engraving, 10.75" x 8.5" **The artist was a print maker as well as a Stonemason, and was responsible for some of the restoration of Wells Cathedral. £30-50


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697 702. After Kathe Kollwitz, nee Schmidt (1867-1945) - Mother and child, inscribed with the artists name on a later label attached to the backing board, black and white print, 19.75" x 15.75" **The artist specialised in drawing the effects of poverty, hunger and War on the working class and despite the realism in her work is more closely associated with German Expressionism. £30-50

703. After Kathe Kollwitz, nee Schmidt (1867-1945) - Figure holding a child tightly, inscribed with the artists name on a later label attached to the backing board, black and white print, 20.25" x 15.25" £30-50 704. After Kathe Kollwitz, nee Schmidt (1867-1945) - Mother wiping the tears from a child's face, inscribed with the artists name on a later label attached to the backing board, black and white print, 19.25" x 14.5" £30-50 705. After Kathe Kollwitz, nee Schmidt (1867-1945) - Child wrapped in the arms of another figure with barbed wire nearby, inscribed with the artists name on a later label attached to the backing board, black and white print, 14.75" x 20" £30-50 706. After Kathe Kollwitz, nee Schmidt (1867-1945) - Mother kissing a child, inscribed with the artists name on a later label attached to the backing board, black and white print, 14.25" x 20" £30-50

707. Edgard Pillet (1912-1996) - 'Chevreuse' an abstract subject, signed, also inscribed verso, oil on canvas, 29.5" x 39.5"

**Edgard Pillet was one of the most progressive artists in post-war France, he was internationally acclaimed for pioneering a new style of geometric abstraction, he held many succesful solo exhibitions in Europe and many mixed shows. From 1955-57 he lived in America and spent a great deal of time discussing his theories with such painters as Jackson Pollock and others, he took up a position at the Art Institute of Chicago before returning to France, his work is held by many Art Galleries and Museums throughout the world including New York, Paris Helsinki and Algiers. £1500-2000



708. English School (19th century) - young child reclining on cushions holding a parrot on her left hand, watercolour, 5" x 4"; together with a 20th century miniature portraying a Regency lady, possibly on ivorine, 4" x 3" (2) £40-80

709. James Gillray (1777-1811) - 'Making Decent, Broad-bottomites getting into the grand costume' inscribed, published by Hannah Humphrey, February '1806, No.27 St. James's Street, also bearing a later label verso giving the history of the print, coloured etching, 9.75" x 13.5" £100-150 709 See Glossary of Painting Terms - Page 86



712 711. James Gillray (1777-1811) - 'The Giant-Factotum amusing himself' inscribed, published by Hannah Humphrey at New Bond Street, in January '1797, and numbered '100 within the plate, coloured etching, 14.25" x 10" £100-150

712. James Gillray (1777-1811) - 'Midas, Transmuting all, into Paper' with the history of Midas inscribed below, published by Hannah Humphrey at New Bond Street, March '1797 and numbered 168 within the plate, also inscribed on a later label verso with details of the subject, coloured etching, 14.25" x 10" £100-150 713. James Gillray (1777-1811) - 'Effusions of a Pot of Porter, -orMinisterial Conjurations for Supporting the war etc', extensively inscribed, published by Hannah Humphrey at 27 St James's Street in November '1799 and numbered 249 within the plate, also inscribed on a later label verso with details of the subject, coloured etching, 14.5" x 10" £100-150 711

710. James Gillray (1777-1811) - 'Junction of Parties' inscribed, published by George Humphrey at No.48 Long Acre in April 1783, coloured etching, 14" x 9.75" £100-200 62

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714. James Gillray (1777-1811) - 'The Dissolution, or- The Alchymist producing an AEtherial Representation' inscribed, published by Hannah Humphrey at New Bond Street, in May 1796, and numbered 150 within the plate, coloured etching, 14.25" 10.25" £80-120

715. James Gillray (1777-1811) - 'Confederated-Coalition; -orThe Giants Storming Heaven, -with the Gods alarmed for their everlasting abodes etc' inscribed, published by Hannah Humphrey at, 27 St. James's Street in May 1804 and numbered 290 within the plate, coloured etching 17.5" x 13" £100-150 716. James Gillray (1777-1811) - 'Blowing up the Pic-Nic's:- orHarlequin Quixotte attacking the puppets, Vide Tottenham Street Pantomime' inscribed, published by Hannah Humphrey at St James's Street in April 1802, also inscribed on a later label verso with details of the subject, coloured etching, 13.5" x 19.5" £80-120 717. James Gillray (1777-1811) - 'The High German method of destroying Vermin at Rat-Stadt etc' inscribed, published by Hannah Humphrey at 27 St James Street, in May 1799, coloured etching, 10.75" x 14.5" £100-150 718. James Gillray (1777-1811) - 'L'Enfant Trouve:- a Sample of Roman Charity! etc etc' inscribed, also inscribed published by Hannah Humphrey at 27, St James's Street in May 1808, also inscribed verso on a later label with details of the subject, coloured etching 10" x 13.75" £100-150 719. James Gillray (1777-1811) - 'Playing in Parts' inscribed, published by Hannah Humphrey at No 27. St James's Street, in May 1801, also inscribed on a later gallery label verso, coloured etching 10.5" x 14.75" **Provenance, Andrew Dando Antiques, Wood Street, Bath £150-200

720. James Gillray (1777-1811) - 'Political Amusements for Young Gentlemen, -or- The old Brentford Shuttlecock between Old Sarum & The Temple of St. Steevens' inscribed, published by Hannah Humphrey at 27 St. James's Street, in March 1801, coloured etching, 10.5" x 14.5" £100-150 721. James Gillray (1777-1811) - 'The Guardian-Angel, etc' inscribed, published by Hannah Humphrey at St James's Street, in April 1805, also inscribed verso on a later label giving details of the subject, coloured etching, 14.5" x 9.75"; together with another etching of the same subject (uncoloured) with a further image to the reverse entitled 'Posting in Ireland' published in 1805 (2) £80-100

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722. James Gillray (1777-1811) - 'A Welch Tandem' inscribed, published by Hannah Humphrey at 27 St James's Street, in June 1801 also inscribed verso on a later label giving details of the subject taken from 'Political Satires '1806' coloured etching, 10" x 14" £100-150

723. James Gillray (1777-1811) - 'Two-Penny Whist' inscribed, published by Hannah Humphrey at New Bond Street, in January 1796, coloured etching, 8" x 12"; together with two further examples, 'Symptoms of Deep - Thinking',-'Sinking from Thought to Thought, a vast profound', inscribed, published by Hannah Humphrey at St. James's Street, in March 1800, coloured etching, 10,5" x 8.5" and an elegantly dressed gentleman, 'The Inexpressible Air of Dignity, etc, etc.' published in '1803, 9.75" x 7.25" (3) £100-150

724. James Gillray (1777-1811) - 'The Magnanimous-Minister, Chastening Prussian-Persidy, Vide Morning Chronicle April 28th', inscribed, published by Hannah Humphrey at 17, St. James's Street, in May '1806, coloured etching, 9.5" x 13.75"; together with a further example entitled, "Pandora Opening Her Box" published in February 1809, 13.75" x 9.75" (2) £100-150 725. James Gillray (1777-1811) - 'The Siege of Blenheim or the new system of Gunning, discovered- Vide- A bold stroke for a Husband, dedicated to the Duke of A', inscribed, published by Hannah Humphrey at 18, Old Bond Street, in March '1791, coloured etching, 9.75" x 13.75" **Provenance, Anthony Reed, Walcot Street, Bath

Together with four further examples, two entitled, 'Progress of the Toilet, -The Wig and The Stays', plates 1 and 2, published in 1810, one framed the other unframed, both 11" x 8.5" another unframed from the same series, 'Dress Completed' plate 3, from 1810, and 'Venus Attired By The Graces', black and white etching published in 1810, 10.5" x 14.5" (5) **The example entitled, "The Stays" has a further black and white print to the reverse with the title, "True Reform of Parliament" £120-160


726. James Gillray (1777-1811) - 'Dreadful Hot Weather'; together with three further examples, 'Windy Weather', 'Raw Weather', and 'Fine Bracing Weather', all inscribed, and published by Hannah Humphrey at, 27, St. James's Street, in February 1808, coloured etchings, each 9.25" x 7" (4) £300-400 727. James Gillray (1777-1811) - 'Political Ravishment, or The Old Lady of Threadneedle Street in danger' inscribed, published by Hannah Humphrey at St James's Street, in May 1797 and numbered 167 within the plate, coloured etching, 10" x 14.25" £100-150

728. James Gillray (1777-1811) - 'Patriot's deciding a Point of Honor!' etc., etc., published by Hannah Humphrey, May 1807 at No. 27 St James Street, coloured etching, 10" x 15" (unframed); together with three further unframed examples including, 'Playing in Parts' a musical soiree, 'Dame Rat and her poor little ones' black and white etching, 'The New Boat Going on swimmingly', also twelve books on Caricatures and the art of Cartoon History in Britain, Rowlandson, his watercolours and drawings, and a small booklet on James Gillray, 'The Art of Caricature' an exhibition held at the Tate from June-September 2001 (a quantity) £200-300 729. James Gillray (1777-1811) - 'The Rakes Progress at University, No. 2 etc., etc.'; together with three further companions, No 3, 4 and 5, published by Hannah Humphrey at No 27, St James Street, London, coloured etchings, each 10.5" x 14.75" (unframed) (4) £150-250

730. John Grant after T.H.Jones (19th/20th century) - 'Royal Horse Artillery, 1843', 'Royal Artillery Repository Exercises' and 'Rocket Practice in the Marshes' all inscribed and originally published in 1845, for the Army & Navy Register and Woolwich Gazette, coloured aquatinted etchings, each 12.25" x 17.25" (3) £80-120 730A. After Gustave Dore (1832-1883) - 'Bluebeard', 'Her Friends Were Eager To See The Splendours Of Her House', 'Little Red Riding Hood' and 'Heaven Be Praised They Are My Brothers', engravings, each 7" x 9" excluding frame (4) £60-100

731. Stanley Anderson C.B.E.,R.A., R.E. (1884-1966) - 'St Nicholas, Prague', signed artists proof, also inscribed and numbered '85, black and white drypoint etching, 11.5" x 8.75" (pl) un-framed, £80-120


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732. Ernest Prater R. A (1864-1950) - 'The Dancing Bear', figures outside an inn with two performers and their bear, signed, also inscribed with the artist's name verso, watercolour and gouache, 13.75" x 21.25" £80-120 733. Claude Hayes R.I. R.O.I (1852-1922) - figures harvesting with a man on horseback nearby, signed, watercolour, 15" x 21" £150-200

734. English School - fishing boats and other vessels off a coastline, bears the signature T. B. Hardy and the date 1890, watercolour, 10.5" x 30.25" **Provenance, with Frost & Reed Ltd., London and Bristol £200-300

735. Frederick (Fred) Lawson (1888-1968) - river scene with trees and rocks, possibly on the River Ure, signed, watercolour, 10.75" x 14.75" £100-120 736. Edgar Bundy A.R.A (1862-1922) - interior scene with a cavalier and another figure standing beside a fireplace with a maid nearby, signed, watercolour and gouache, 19.5" x 26.5" £500-700

737 737. G**Fortunarti (19th century) - Italian girl beside a spring on a hillside, indistinctly signed, watercolour, 20.5" x 14" £250-350

738. Thomas Tayler Ireland (fl. 1880-c.1927) - silver birch trees beside a pond, possibly a scene in Burnham Beeches, signed, also inscribed with the artists name on the mount, watercolour,13.25" x 20.25" £80-120

739. Thomas Tayler Ireland (fl.1880-c.1927) - 'Burnham Beeches', signed, also inscribed on the mount, watercolour, 20.5" x 13.5" £80-120 740. Ernest G. Webb (1876-1951) - River scene with trees and rocks, signed, 13.75" x 10" £60-100

741. Lt. Col. H. Herbert (20th century) - 'Carting Seaweed', signed with initials, also inscribed on an old label verso with the title and the artists name with the original price of two guineas, and numbered '2 watercolour, 7.25" x 11.75" £30-50 742. Follower of William Edward Frost (19th century) - mythological scene with female sirens surrounding a boat, watercolour, 7" x 4.75" Together with a further watercolour of a lady seated beside a tree holding a lyre, 8" x 6.75" (2) £50-80

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746 743. Attributed to Frederick Goodall (19th century) - two female gypsies in a tent beside trees, signed with initials, watercolour and gouache, 5.75" x 6.25" £50-80 744. Follower of William Etty (19th/20th century) - study of a reclining female nude, her face resting upon her hand, pencil and coloured chalks on tinted paper, 10" x 20.25" (damaged); together with a small watercolour of a lady on a beach holding a parasol with another figure nearby, 4.5" x 5.5" and a further watercolour by Sybil Mullen Glover depicting a country house, 13.5" x 20.5"; also a black and white picture of two small children in ballet costume, bears the initial SO'C, 8.25" x 9.5" (4) £60-100 745. John Barangwanath King (1864-1939) - Estuary scene with boats near buildings, signed, pencil and watercolour, 10.75" x 17.5" £60-100 746. Charles Spencelayh R.B.S.A.,R.M.S (1865-1958) - 'A Queer Lot' gentleman examining a sale catalogue with various objects on a table nearby, a trombone, clock, taxidermy and pictures also in the room, signed, also inscribed and dated, 4. 5. 43 (1943) with a further later inscription to the backing board, pencil drawing, 16.5" x 20.5" **For biographical details, please see the paintings section, 'Favourite Bloom' £500-800


747. Ludwig Pasini (1832-1903) - 'The Confessional', signed and dated 1863 also inscribed Rom (Rome) with biographical details on the artist on a later label verso, watercolour, 9.75" x 13.75" Sold by Phillips Auctioneers, Bath in the 1990s £100-150

748. English School (19th century) - Figures on horseback beside a gateway, and a further example, cattle grazing beside a country church, both signed with initials, Y G, and dated '92 (1892) watercolours, grisaille, 6.5" x 9.25" and 9.25" x 13.5" (2) £60-80 749. Arthur Romilly Fedden R.B.A (1875-1939) - Breton Girl, wearing traditional costume,signed, also inscribed 'Pont Aven' and dated 'June, 02 (1902), watercolour, 8.75" x 8.25" £200-300


750. Charles Thomas Bale (fl.1866-1892) - Still Life of fruit, consisting of grapes, plums, apples, peaches and other fruit with an earthenware jug nearby, signed, oil on canvas, 20" x 30" £500-700


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751. Charles Thomas Bale (fl.1866- 1892) - Still Life of fruit, consisting of grapes, plums and apples; also a companion still life of grapes, peaches and a bird's nest, against a mossy background, oil on canvas, each 8" x 12" (pair) £150-250 752. After Cornelis van Leemputten (19th/20th century) - Sheep and her Lamb beside a stream, oil on board, 6" x 8" £80-120 753. Italian School (20th century) - portraits of Italian children, one smoking a cigarette, both signed, possibly T.Biancisma, oil on canvas, each 11.75" x 9.5" (a pair) £100-150 754. F**Vitali (20th century) - portrait of an Italian peasant reading a newspaper, also a companion, an elderly Italian lady wearing a blue dress and red scarf, both signed, oil on canvas, each 10" x 8.25" (a pair) £80-120 755. After Adriaen Brouwer (19th century) Peasants in a tavern interior drinking also a companion, oil on panel, 4" x 5.25" (a pair) £80-120 756. Ernest Alfred Widdas (19th/20th century) - Portrait of Mr F H Hunt, half length wearing a suit and tie, signed oil on canvas, 30" x 25"; together with two further 20th century portraits depicting Lillian Hunt, Pullin and George Duncombe Hunt, each 30" x 24" ** both contained within carved gilt wooden frames decorated with foliate scrolls and flowers, also acanthus leaf corners and centres (3) £200-300

757. Circle of George Henry Harlow (19th century) - Portrait of a lady, half length wearing Victorian dress, oil on canvas, 30" x 25" £500-700

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757 758. Circle of Alfred Walter Williams (19th century) - Lakeland landscape by moonlight, oil on board, 4.5" x 7.5" £100-150 759. A. Marie Rombue (20th century French) - 'Bougainvillea', signed and inscribed, A Maison Gaibout, oil on board 6" x 9"

**with Bonhams auctioneers Bath, (lot 265) 21st November 2005, the cost price being £168 £80-120


760 760. Alfred Augustus Glendenning snr. (c.1880-1910) - River landscape in summer, with cattle in the foreground and figures beneath trees beyond, signed, oil on canvas, 16" x 26" £800-1200 761. T**Sadler (20th century) - Interior of a glass house with chrysanthemums and daisies, signed and dated '1901, oil on board, 21.5" x 24.75" £50-70

762. Ferdinand Hoppe (1841-1922) - Sunlit landscape with a milkmaid and cattle beside a stream, houses nearby, signed, also inscribed on the artist's original label verso, 'N Namidday Landschap aonde Braeksloot' with the artist's name and his address in Amsterdam, oil on panel 21.5" x 15" £300-400 763. Charles Spencelayh R.B.S.A.,R.M.S (1865-1958) - 'Favourite Bloom' a young girl holding an art glass vase containing flowers, signed, also inscribed verso with the title possibly in the artists own hand, together with further labels, including one giving the artists biographical details, oil on canvas, 18" x 12"

**Born in Rochester, Kent, he attended art school at the Victoria and Albert Museum, he lived in various parts of the country including Olney, Bucks, and Bozeat, Northants, he was one of the most realistic painters of his era and became a member of the Royal Miniaturists Society in 1887, his work was widely collected by the industrialists of the north of England, he moved to Manchester where his major patron was, Mr Levy a wealthy cotton merchant, he was a regular exhibitor at the Royal Academy from 1922 onwards.

**With Sotheby's London, (Lot 369) £1500-2500 68

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764. Bennett Oates (1928-2009) - 'Hollyhocks, Peony and Orchid', still life of flowers in a glass vase upon a marble table, signed and dated '77 (1977) also inscribed on a gallery label verso, oil on board, 24" x 20"

**With Stacey Marks Ltd., of Eastbourne, 12th May '1977 stock no. B.947 ÂŁ500-800 765. William Kay Blacklock (1872-1924) - 'Mrs Kay Blacklock' nee, Nellie Williams, standing in sunshine beside a doorway, holding a parasol with doves nearby, signed, also inscribed on a plaque attached to the frame and on various labels verso, oil on canvas, 28" x 20" ** With Christie's London, 22nd April '2004 (Lot 72) **The artist was born near Sunderland and died in Polperro, he became a lithographers apprentice at 18 years of age, later attending the Royal College of Art and moving to Edinburgh in 1902, he joined a colony of artists in Walberswick which was founded by Philip Wilson Steer who gathered around him a number of painters called the English Impressionists. His wife often modelled for him as did their daughter Eleanor, he exhibited fourteen works at the Royal Academy between 1897 and 1918. ÂŁ1500-2000 See Glossary of Painting Terms - Page 86





766. Edgar Bundy (1862-1922) - 'Flirtation' a scene with two cavaliers acknowledging a kitchen maid, signed and dated '1903, also inscribed on a later label verso, oil on canvas, 18" x 24" **With Christie's Edinburgh November 26th 1998, (Lot 756) Sale 1602 estimated at £2,000-3,000

**The artist studied with Alfred Stevens and specialised in Historical subjects, he exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1905 and the Paris Salon in 1907, the Tate Gallery have his, 'The Morning of Sedgemoor' depicting the Duke of Monmouth and his troops. The Pre-Raphaelite brotherhood were a great influence on his work particularly Sir John Everett Millais and William Morris. £600-800 767. Edmund Blair Leighton (1853-1922) - 'The Appointed Time' a cavalier standing at an ornate gateway, signed with initials and dated '90 (1890) also inscribed on an exhibition label verso, oil on panel, 14" x 10" **Exhibited at the Royal Institute of Oil Painters, the original price being, £80, also with the Mitchell Galleries, 2 & 3, Duke Street, St. James's, London, S.W.1 **The artists "In 1816" sold for £260,000 at Christie's London in October '2005 £600-800

768. Andre Henri Dargelas (1828-1906) - 'The Interrupted Luncheon' a girl with a dog stealing her lunch, a toy doll nearby, signed, Dargelas also inscribed on various labels verso, oil on panel, 9" x 7"

**With G.M.Lottinga, Fine Art Galleries, 57, New Bond Street, London, W.1 **Purchased at Goupil's Sale, April 14th '1870 £700-900


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769. Follower of Benjamin Zobel (19th century) 'Heading for Market' a farmer with a calf strewn upon a horse, his dog nearby in a winter landscape, bears a signature, also bears a later label verso, oil on board, 13.5" x 12.25"

** Sold by Christie's in the McIntosh Patrick Sale, September '26th '1998, (Lot 303) £150-250 770. J.Hope McLachlan (19th century) - 'Glen Torridon, Ross, N.B' inscribed on the artists original label verso with his name and the title, together with the original price of eight and a half guineas, oil on board, a preparatory sketch, 6.5" x 12.5" £150-200 771. English School (early 19th century) - Portrait of a young boy in a red tartan dress standing beside a tree with a wooden hobby horse by his side, oil on canvas, 21.25" x 17" £800-1200


772. Circle of Jan Frans van Bloeman (called Orizzonte) (1662-1749) - Classical landscape with figures goats and cattle beside a river, a town nearby and bridge beyond, oil on canvas, 17" x 24" £400-600 773. A**Collins (19th century) - Country scene with figures, a horse, goats, chickens and dogs in the foreground, signed, oil on canvas, 12" x 14" £80-120

772 See Glossary of Painting Terms - Page 86



774. Augustus E. Mulready (fl.1863-1905) - 'Wandering Minstrels' two sleeping children holding a whistle and a tambourine in a London park, with other figures nearby, signed and dated 1876, also inscribed verso, oil on canvas, 28" x 36"

**The artist was best known for his London Street scenes and works entitled 'Fading Flowers' and the present example, 'Wandering Minstrels' are perhaps two of his most famous examples.

He came from a family of artists arriving from Ireland establishing himself as a painter and book illustrator, he himself was born in Kensal Green, he entered the Royal Academy Schools as early as 1861 at the age of 17, and came to the notice of John Callcott Horsley who took him under his patronage, he exhibited at the Royal Academy between 1863- 1880, he was associated with the Cranbrook Colony of artists, his 'Homeless by Night' painting was exhibited at the Atkinson Art Gallery in Southport in 1892, his pictures are social documents often related to problems raised by social activists like Charles Dickens whose books of the times were popular with the Victorian public, the artist was often described as a sentimental social realist. ** With Sotheby's London, Victorian Paintings Auction, 27th June, 2006 the original cost price being, £13,000 £4000-6000 775-800 NO LOT


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ANTIQUE & DECORATIVE RUGS & TEXTILES 801. Eastern silk throw, 95" x 76" approx £30-50

802. Vegetable dye wool Kelim runner, 75" x 24" approx £50-80 803. Antique Beleuchi rug, 54" x 36" approx £40-60

804. Sumak Kelim needlework rug, 66" x 48" approx £80-120


805. Antique Persian Hand-Made Heriz runner, 125" x 40" approx £120-220 806. Meshwari runner, 108" x 25" approx £50-80

807. Fine Antique Persian Kashan rug. 82" x 55" approx £180-220 808. Antique Caucasian rug, 46" x 44" approx £100-150 809. Fine Anatolian rug, 82" x 30" approx £120-180

810. Antique Balouchi type rug, 75" x 47" approx £50-100

811. Modern Herati pattern wool rug, 95" x 67" approx £50-80 812. Persian Balouchi pattern rug, 77" x 37" approx £50-100

813. Persian Bokhara type carpet on a red ground, 14' x 9' approx £100-200 814. Large Persian Heriz type carpet, 10' x 13.5' approx £100-200 815. Large Persian Heriz pattern carpet, 11' x 8' approx £100-200

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816. Large Persian Heriz type carpet, with central floral medallion flower head border, 6'8" x 17' approx £100-200 817. Antique Persian Heriz carpet, 11' x 8' approx £300-500

818. Antique Persian Tabriz carpet, 11' x 8' approx £120-180 819. Fine Persian Abadeh rug, 80" x 60" approx £150-200 820. Fine Persian Tabriz runner, 8' x 3' approx £280-320





821. Anatolian rug, 82" x 36" approx £100-150

822. Antique Persian Sarough rug, 64" x 41" approx £100-150

823. Fine Antique Pure Silk Persian rug, 77" x 52" approx £150-250 824. Fine Antique Persian Kashan rug, 83" x 54" approx £220-300 825. Fine Kirman runner, 12' x 3' approx £120-180 827

826. Fine Persian Hand-Made Semnan carpet, 110" x 90" approx £360-420 827. Fine Persian Hand-Made Nain carpet, 120" x 80" approx £300-400

828. Antique Persian Hand-Made Sarab runner, 120" x 45" approx £250-300

829. Antique Persian Hand-Made Bakhtiari carpet, 105" x 70" approx £140-180 830 74

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830. Antique Persian Hand-Made Tabriz carpet, 130" x 90" approx £250-350



831. Anatolian handmade runner, 110" x 23" approx £50-80 832. Antique Persian Kirman runner, 150" x 36" approx £40-60 833. Antique Persian Farahan rug, 80" x 50" approx £60-80 834. Bakhtiar carpet, 116" x 83" approx £100-200 835. Shiraz carpet, 98" x 68" approx £80-120 836. Bokhara runner, 134" x 32" approx £60-100 837. Modern Caucasian carpet, 80" x 49" approx £50-80 838-840 NO LOT



841. Decorative carved giltwood wall mirror, the inset bevelled plate within a green and gilded pierced foliate frame, 33" x 23" £30-50 842. 'Rowley Gallery' Arts & Crafts framed wall mirror, the parquetry scene panel over a rectangular glass, with gallery label verso, 24" high, 12.5" wide £50-100 843. Georgian mahogany fret wall mirror, the bevelled rectangular plate within a gilt gesso slip surmounted by a hoho bird and inlaid with an oval conch shell paterae, 36" x 19" £80-120 844. Victorian giltwood arched overmantel mirror, the rectangular plate within a moulded and beadwork frame, 40.5" x 29.5" £80-120 845. Giltwood arched over mantel mirror, the bevelled glass within a moulded frame with scrolling foliate mouldings, 42" high, 38" wide £80-120

846. Victorian giltwood arch top overmantel mirror, the rectangular plate within a beadwork and scratch carved frame, 54.5" x 33" £100-200

847. George IV giltwood overmantel mirror, inset with a rectangular plate within a wrythen turned giltwood mount applied with foliate mouldings, 51" wide, 28.5" high £400-600





848. Victorian style gilt overmantel mirror with gesso foliate mouldings, 56" high, 56" wide £80-120

849. Good decorative 19th century giltwood and gesso overmantel mirror, the large rectangular plate with applied faux bamboo mouldings and foliate gesso mounts, 72" high, 40.25" wide £300-500 850. Large Edwardian aesthetic movement ebonised overmantel mirror, the arched shaped plate within a scaled and carved parcel gilt frame with a broken neck pediment, 76" high, 63" wide approx £200-300

851. Good quality 19th century mahogany inlaid cheval mirror, the frame and mount finely inlaid with a ram's head, foliate trails and satinwood banding, with a swan neck pediment and turned finials over the bevelled inset plate, single panel and downswept curved supports terminating with cast brass feet and castors, 30" wide, 85" high £200-400

852. Good Victorian mahogany cheval mirror, the large heart shaped plate upon tapered supports mounted with brass candle sconces upon a stretcher base terminating with curved downswept supports, 40.5" wide, 72" high £300-500


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860 (detail) 855. Victorian giltwood and gesso wall mirror inset with a later mirrored plate, 31.5" x 45.5" £80-120 856. Large decorative reclaimed timber frame wall mirror, the rectangle glass within an aged blue painted frame, 45" high, 42" wide £50-80 857. NO LOT

858. Pair of light oak veneer tall boy chest of drawers, retailed by Habitat, each with five drawers, 52" high, 23.5" wide, 21.5" deep £80-120


853. 19th century walnut and kingwood inlay dressing mirror, the shield shaped plate upon turned cheval type supports over a box base inset with a single drawer upon short turned feet, 16" wide, 21.75" high, 11.25" deep £150-250

854. Victorian carved giltwood overmantel mirror, with a carved sheathed foliate frame, 54.5" x 49" £150-250


859. Ercol - a dark stain spindle back windsor lounge chair, 35" high, 27" wide; together with another Ercol lounge chair and two tier coffee table, 41" long (3) £80-120

860. Eccentric studio dining suite in the manner of John Makepiece, the table top on two supports united by an H stretcher all inlaid with inlaid mosaic of veneer 'oysters', 28" high, 56" long, 28" wide; with five single-cut primitive carved chairs, 35" high approx and a low stool (7)

**reputedly from Parnham House, Dorset, later to become Parnham College £500-1000


867 861. 19th century mahogany inlaid pot cupboard, the gallery top over a single flame mahogany door upon slender square legs, 15.5" wide, 30.5" high, 12.75" deep £40-80

862. 19th century provincial French fruitwood beside pot cupboard, with a single drawer and panelled cupboard upon a plinth base, 15.25" wide, 29" high, 12" deep £50-80 863. Pair of 19th century mahogany hall chairs with vertical railed slats, solid seats and square supports united stretchers, 19" wide; together with a Victorian balloon back cane seat single chair (3) £30-50

864. 19th century circular mahogany tripod occasional table, upon a turned column with splayed supports, 20" diameter; together with another tripod occasional table (2) £50-80 865. Edwardian walnut music cabinet, with a glazed panelled door enclosing shelves, 21.5" wide, 39" high, 14.25" deep; together with a towel rail and an Edwardian square occasional table (3) £40-80 866. Set of four Victorian balloon back dining chairs, with stuff-over seats, 34" high 18" wide (4) £80-120 867. Good large French pine refectory table, 30" high, 105" long £200-400 78

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872 868. Set of three antique provincial dining chairs with vase shape splats over drop-in seats and upon carved cabriole legs terminating with ball and claw feet, 22.5" wide, 39.5" high (3) £80-120 869. 18th century oak panelled coffer, 59" wide, 24" high, 25" deep £100-150 870. Late Victorian upholstered armchair, the button-back and padded arms with turned supports and front feet raised upon castors, 29" wide, 35" high, 36" deep approx £80-120 871. Late Victorian upholstered armchair, the button-back and padded arms with turned supports and front feet raised upon castors, 27" wide, 35" high, 35" deep approx £80-120 872. Late Victorian deep button-back upholstered walnut armchair, the velvet upholstered back and padded arms upon four turned spindles over a padded seat and front turned supports raised upon castors, 29" wide, 36" high, 30" deep approx £80-120 873. Victorian mahogany stretcher library table, the rectangular moulded top with two frieze drawers upon vase shaped end supports united by a turned stretcher upon bun feet, 48" x 25.25", 30.5" high £120-180

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874. Victorian flame mahogany miniature Wellington chest, with eight graduated drawers and applied with carved mouldings, 15.75" wide, 26" high £300-500

877. Victorian walnut square occasional stool, with a grey and yellow button upholstered padded seat upon a foliate carved frame with cabriole legs, 27" square, 16" high £100-150

876. Georgian style mahogany twin pedestal extending dining table, with a maple crossbanded top upon turned columns and reeded tripod curved supports terminating with castors, single leaf, 86" x 44" extended £150-250

879. Attractive Victorian satin inlaid pier display cabinet, with an inset white marble top and applied with cast foliate and beaded gilt metal mounts, with glazed side panels and a single door enclosing blue lined shelves upon a plinth base, 35" wide, 42.5" high, 14" deep £300-500

875. Victorian single pedestal desk, the green inset top over nine drawers to the kneehole frieze, 46.5" wide, 28" high, 23.5" deep £120-180


878. Victorian square dressing stool, with later foliate upholstery upon cabriole corner supports, 21.5" square, 18" high £60-100


882 881. Good Georgian mahogany secretaire library bookcase, the dentil carved cornice over double astragal glazed doors enclosing adjustable shelves, the base with a satin lined secretaire drawer inlaid with oval and quarter paterae, with two panelled cupboards and upon bracket feet, 46.25" wide, 95" high, 22" deep £400-600

882. Victorian walnut inlaid pier display cabinet, with a single glazed door enclosing a lined shelved interior, flanked by cylindrical tapered pilasters applied with gilt metal mounts upon a plinth base, 31.5" wide, 41" high, 13.75" deep £250-350

883. 19th century flame mahogany cabinet, with flame panel doors enclosing a divided interior of pigeonholes over a single shelf upon a plinth base, 28" wide, 38.5" high, 21" deep £120-180

884. Matched pair of 19th century elm seat Windsor armchairs, with spindle backs, solid seats and turned supports united by stretchers, 22" wide approx (2) £80-120 881 (detail) 880. Edwardian mahogany display cabinet, the shaped raised back over twin astragal glazed doors and glazed sides, with lined shelved interior, raised on square tapering legs, 73" high, 48" wide, 16" deep £60-100


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885. 18th century oak oval gateleg table, the drop leaf top over twist supports united by stretchers, 29" high, 59" long extended, 50" wide £100-150 886. Edwardian mahogany inlaid wall display cabinet with a broken swan neck pediment over astragal glazed doors enclosing a single shelf, 23.5" wide, 34" high £50-80



887. Victorian spoon back upholstered nursing chair, the foliate carved upper back over a serpentine seat and cabriole front supports, 24" wide £40-80

888. 19th century provincial French upholstered button-back armchair, with later velvet upholstery and carved frame with cabriole front supports, 24" wide, 31" high £120-180

889. Small Regency rosewood brass inlaid chiffonier, the graduated twotier mirror raised back with a brass pierced gallery over bevelled glazed doors upon a plinth base, 34" wide, 57.5" high, 14" deep £150-250

890. Late Victorian walnut green upholstered nursing chair, the scratch carved and upholstered button-back over a lyre shaped splat, stuffover seat and short turned fluted front supports, 30" high £40-60 891. Child's elm seat single chair, 11" wide, 22" high; together with a late Victorian button-back upholstered armchair (2) £50-80

892. Edwardian mahogany inlaid two-tier vitrine cabinet, the serpentine glazed top enclosing a velvet lined interior upon slender tapering legs united by an undertier, 21.5" wide, 28.5" high £120-180


894 893. Edwardian stained walnut writing table, the raised back with a kidney shaped bevelled mirror over two small drawers, inset top and two frieze drawers up acanthus carved cabriole legs, inset with two square glass ink bottles, 36.5" wide, 45" high, 20" deep £80-120 894. Georgian oak chest of drawers, the moulded top over two short and three graduated long drawers upon bracket feet, 38" wide, 38.5" high, 20" deep £120-180


896 895. Good modern blue upholstered wing armchair in the Georgian manner, with carved detail ball and claw feet, 35" wide, 47" high (complies with fire and safety regulations bearing label) £100-200

896. Attractive Sheraton revival satinwood bowfront display cabinet, late 19th/early 20th century, the lower door panel painted with an oval reserve depicting a seated lady within a floral garland surround, painted with further floral and harebell garlands within pale green borders, the single four panelled glazed door enclosing glass shelves and concealed compartment upon four short square tapered legs terminating with spade feet, 32" wide, 42.5" high, 16.25" deep £300-500 897. Late Victorian pink button-back upholstered spoon back nursing chair, with ebonised cabriole front feet, 34" wide, 39" high, 32" deep approx £60-100

898. Continental Art Nouveau style extending dining table, the parquetry inlaid top upon shaped supports carved with stylised foliage and united by curved stretchers and an organic form central support, with three spare leaves, 106" x 41" extended approx £100-200 899. Pair of Queen Anne style mahogany dining chairs, with vase splats, green drop-in seats and cylindrical tapered front supports terminating with pad feet, 20" wide, 40" high (2) £60-100


BP* - Buyer's Premium of 24% inclusive of VAT @ 20%.

900 900. Good Regency mahogany circular drum revolving centre table, with a crossbanded brown tooled leather inset top over four frieze and four dummy drawers, upon a short turned column with brass capped curved supports, 48" diameter, 28.5" high £500-800

901. Attractive Victorian papier machÈ ebonised nursing chair, the oval painted floral still life back inlaid with mother of pearl flanked by barley twist supports over the bergere seat and cabriole slender legs, 18" wide, 38" high (faults) £60-100

902. George III satinwood crossbanded Pembroke table, the satinwood crossbanded top with oval drop leaves, single frieze drawer and square tapering legs terminating with castors, 31.5" wide £100-150 903. Regency mahogany foldover card table, the rectangular top with canted corners enclosing a baize lined interior, upon double turned supports and quatrefoil plateau with reeded downswept supports terminating in cast brass paw feet, 36" wide, 28.5" high, depth 18" (at fault) £80-120 904. Set of six 19th century elm dining chairs, the vertical pierced splats surmounted by Classical urns, with brass studded leather stuffover seats upon square fluted legs (6) £80-120

908 905. Edwardian walnut chest of drawers, with three drawers upon a plinth base, 35.5" wide, 36" high, 19" deep £40-80 906. George III mahogany square three tier washstand, with a single central drawer upon square canted supports, 14" square, 32.75" high £50-80

907. Figured walnut veneered side cabinet, with cupboard doors enclosing a shelved interior upon a plinth base, 30.5" wide, 32" high, 15.5" deep £40-60 908. Georgian mahogany chest of drawers, with short over three graduated long drawers upon bracket feet, 38.5" wide, 36" high, 21" deep £120-180 909. Victorian mahogany upholstered rocking gout stool with an Armorial woolwork panel, 13.5" wide £30-50

910. Chinese hardwood jardiniere stand, the pierced carved foliate frame with an inset marble top, 34" high £150-200


912 911. Japanese lacquered and parquetry three tier hanging corner shelf, 16" wide, 34.5" high; together with a square dark stained two tier occasional table with a blind fret carved frieze, 16" square (2) £20-40 912. Regency style mahogany inlaid sofa table, the top inset with an oval paterae over two frieze drawers and opposing dummy drawers, upon a reeded stretcher base terminating with downswept supports and cast paw feet, 38" wide closed, 30.5" high, 23" deep £150-250 913. Attractive Edwardian mahogany inlaid corner display cabinet, finely decorated with Classical urns, arabesques, harebell and ribbon garlands, the swan neck pediment with satin banding over astragal glazed doors and panelled cupboards upon bracket feet, 32" wide, 74.5" high £300-500 914. Victorian figured walnut Davenport, with a hinged compartment and fall-front over four drawers and opposing dummy drawers, 21.5" wide, 32" high, 21" deep (at fault) £100-150




922 917. Edwardian mahogany inlaid kidney shape writing table, the green inset top over a single frieze drawer upon square tapering legs terminating with castors, 30" wide, 28" high £60-100 918. Georgian style mahogany drop leaf table with cabriole legs upon ball and claw feet, 30" wide £10-20

919. Edwardian mahogany inlaid bedroom chair, the railed shield back over the blue serpentine stuffover seat upon square tapering legs terminating in spade feet, 35" high £30-50

923 915. Edwardian mahogany inlaid two seater upholstered settee, with boxwood and satin banding supported upon front square tapering cabriole legs upon castors, 49" wide, 33" high, 27" deep £100-150 916. Louis XVI style walnut and kingwood cylinder bureau de dame, with two short drawers over a fitted interior and two frieze drawers upon slender cabriole legs with applied cast foliate mounts, 33" wide, 50.5" high, 20.5" deep £60-100


BP* - Buyer's Premium of 24% inclusive of VAT @ 20%.

920. Edwardian walnut six drawer music chest, with drop drawer fronts upon square tapered legs, 21.25" wide, 36.5" high, 19" deep £40-80

921. 19th century mahogany linen press, with flame panelled doors enclosing four pull-out slides over two short and two graduated long drawers upon bracket feet, 50.25" wide, 74" high, 25" deep £80-120

922. Continental upholstered two-seater settee, upon a turned and carved base, 46" wide, 35" high, 23" deep £100-150

923. Decorative antique painted chest of drawers, with a cream and green finish painted with arabesques and harebell garlands, consisting of three drawers upon short turned feet, 34.5" wide, 30" high, 17.5" deep £150-250

924. Set of four country rush seat dining chairs with turned spindle backs, rush seats and turned supports (two carvers) (4) £80-120 925. Victorian mahogany chest of drawers, the moulded top over two short and three graduated long drawers upon a plinth base and bun feet, 41" wide, 41.5" high, 19.25" deep £80-120 926. Georgian oak bureau, the fall front enclosing a fitted interior of pigeonholes, small drawers and a central cupboard, over four graduated long drawers upon bracket feet, 36" wide, 40" high, 18.5" deep £80-120 927. Pair of purple upholstered two-seater Chesterfield settees, with button backs upon short ebonised turned feet, 64" wide, 36" deep £120-180 928. Mahogany inlaid kneehole dressing table/desk, with a central drawer flanked by cupboards upon square tapering legs, 48" wide, 29" high, 23.5" deep £10-20 929. George III mahogany chest of drawers, with two short over three graduated long drawers upon bracket feet, 36" wide, 36" high, 20" deep (top at fault) £80-120


930. Mahogany display cabinet with four glazed doors over a pierced carved frieze and upon cabriole feet, early 20th century, 48" wide, 47" high, 14" deep £30-50

931. Small George III mahogany kneehole desk, with a single drawer over a central recessed cupboard with two drawers to either side upon bracket, 31" wide, 29" high, 16" deep £200-400


The next Antiques & Works of Art Sale will be held on Thursday 28th March 2019

Entries are now invited until the 1st March 2019




GLOSSARY OF PAINTING TERMS The full name of the artist preceded by ‘By’ In our opinion a work by the artist

Initials plus * and surname of the artist (or initials and *) In our opinion a work by the artist where the full names of the artist are not known

The name of the artist together with ‘possibly by’ In our opinion a work by the style of the artist which could possibly be by that artist ... School In our opinion a work from the named period or style but painted by an unknown artist 86

BP* - Buyer's Premium of 24% inclusive of VAT @ 20%.

attributed to... In our opinion a work which, although unsigned, may be by the named artist After... In our opinion a copy of the work of the artist or a print of an original work labelled/inscribed A statement of information attached to the work. The presence of a label or inscription does not imply that the work is original or by that artist

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Antiques, Silver & Works of Art

Specialist Watches Sale Dates: Wednesday 20th February Wednesday 22nd May Wednesday 23rd October

Specialist Clocks & Related items (Two-Day Auctions)

Sale Dates: Thursday 28th March Thursday 27th June Thursday 26th September Thursday 28th November

Sale Dates: Thursday 21st & Friday 22nd February Thursday 23rd & Friday 24th May Thursday 24th & Friday 25th October

Paintings & Prints

The Guitar Sale

Sale Dates: Thursday 28th March Thursday 27th June Thursday 26th September Thursday 28th November

(Two-Day Auctions)

Vintage & General Sale Sale Dates: Thursday 17th January Thursday 25th April Thursday 25th July

Jewellery Sale Dates: Wednesday 27th March Wednesday 26th June Wednesday 25th September Wednesday 27th November

Decorative Arts & 20th Century Design; Modern Art Sale Dates: Thursday 27th June Thursday 28th November

Sale Dates: Wednesday 13th & Thursday 14th March Wednesday 12th & Thursday 13th June Wednesday 11th & Thursday 12th September Wednesday 11th & Thursday 12th December

Musical Instruments Sale Dates: Friday 15th March Friday 14th June Friday 13th September Friday 13th December In addition Fine Stringed Instruments are sold in London in the Autumn. Sale date to be confirmed.

BID LIVE AT: Each sale commences at 11.00am Additional sales may be added to the sale calendar,

CONDITIONS OF SALE The Auctioneer acts only as agent for the Seller (unless otherwise specifically declared). Lots sold are likely to have been subject to wear and tear caused by user or the effects of age and may therefore have faults and imperfections. Buyers are given ample opportunity at viewing times to examine lots to be sold and will be assumed to have done so. They must rely solely on their own skill or judgement as to whether lots are fit for any particular purpose. 1. Bids

All bids made shall be treated as offers made upon these Conditions of Sale and all persons present are admitted to a sale on the basis that they have notice of these Conditions. 2. Ascertainment of the Buyer

The Buyer shall be the person making the highest bid which is acceptable to the Auctioneer as signified by the fall of the hammer. No bid may be retracted. In the case of a dispute the Auctioneer may either declare the purchaser or put the lot up again. 3. Auctioneer's discretion

The Auctioneer has sole discretion, (a) to refuse any bid, (b) to advance the bidding as he may decide, (c) to withdraw or divide any lot or combine one lot with another or others, (d) to exclude any person from the auction rooms, and (e) to require pre-payment in full. 4. Reserves and Seller's right to bid

Lots put up for sale are subject, (a) to any reserve price imposed by the Seller, (b) the right of the Auctioneer to bid on behalf of the Seller, and (c) where no reserve has been imposed (but in no other case) for the Seller to bid personally or through any one agent. It is the responsibility of the Seller to ensure any reserves are received by the Auctioneer. 5. Buyer's Duties

The Buyer shall forthwith or as soon as possible after the sale, (a) supply his name and address, (b) supply, if so required, bank or other suitable references, (c) pay the full purchase price in a way acceptable to the Auctioneer, notwithstanding any prior arrangement for advance payment required by the Auctioneer, and (d) on proof of payment clear the lots purchased by the times specified. Lots may not be cleared during the sale except by permission of the Auctioneer. 6. Payments

Methods of payment include direct bank transfer, debit card, credit card, cash to a maximum of £9000, Building Society cheque or Banker's draft. Cheques will only be accepted when supported by a guarantee card. For fraud protection we no longer accept payments by credit or debit cards for ‘Customer not Present’ transactions. Card payments at the saleroom will be accepted but must be supported by Chip and PIN. Card payments for live internet bidding will only be accepted if they have been AVS and 3D Secure authorised with a maximum transaction value of £500. All payments accepted at the discretion of the auctioneer. 7. Liability of the Auctioneer and Sellers

Subject to Condition 8: (a) faults and imperfections (if any) are not stated in the catalogue and neither the Seller nor the Auctioneer is responsible for any defects whatsoever, (b) no warranty is given or authorised to be given by the Seller or the Auctioneer with regard to any lot other than the Seller's right to sell it, (c) any express or implied conditions or warranties relating to description or quality, are hereby excluded. 8. Catalogue Descriptions

Descriptive statements contained in the advertisements or catalogues or made up by the Auctioneer or any member of his staff should be taken as matters of opinion only and shall not be taken as statement of fact. i) Items in the catalogue are sold as seen. Where possible significant damage is mentioned, but this does not include all faults and imperfections. The absence of such reference does not imply that the lot is in good condition or free from restoration or repair. Condition reports are available upon request ii) ’Inscribed’ or ‘Signed’ does not imply that the lot is wholly or partly by that maker 9. Forgeries

Notwithstanding Conditions 6 and 7, if the Auctioneer receives notice in writing from the Buyer WITHIN 7 DAYS OF THE SALE that in his opinion a lot is a forgery (as defined in Condition 12) and on giving such notification the lot in question is returned to the Auctioneer at his working premises in the same condition as when bought, then if on considering such evidence as the Buyer supplies to prove his assertion, the Auctioneer decides that the lot is a forgery the sale of the lot will be rescinded and the purchase price repaid to the Buyer. 10. Property in lots and risk

The Buyer shall not become the owner of any lot, and the Auctioneer shall have a lien thereon, until the Buyer has discharged the purchase price in full together with any other charges due, but after the fall of the hammer the risk of damage or loss shall nevertheless be the Buyer's. 11. The Premium

The Buyer shall pay to the Auctioneer a premium of 20% of the hammer price together with VAT on such premium. Additional premium of 2.5% + VAT of the hammer price will be incurred when bidding via the online platform 'GH Live' Live bidding will also available via, additional premium of 4.95% + VAT at the imposed rate will be incurred on the hammer price. 12. Default by Buyer

If the Buyer fails to make payment in a way acceptable to the Auctioneer or to remove any lot or lots bought by him within 7 days of the auction or in any other material respect fail to comply with these conditions, the Auctioneer shall have the right, (a) to resell the lot or lots by public auction or otherwise without notice to the Buyer, and if any deficiency arises on such resale, after deducting the Auctioneer's full costs and expenses, the Buyer shall be responsible to the Auctioneer therefore (but any net surplus to be the Seller's) or, alternatively, (b) to store the lot at the Auctioneer's premises or elsewhere and to release the lot to the Buyer only after payment in full of the purchase price together with any other charges due. The Auctioneer reserves the right to charge storage of 50p per lot per day on any lot or lots uncleared by the time specified together with any removal expenses. In addition, interest will be charged at 2.5% per month or part thereof (34.4% APR) on any accounts that remain unpaid in part or full 1 week after the sale. Interest and storage will be charged from the date of sale. In addition, the Buyer shall be liable for all legal and court costs incurred by the

Auctioneers in pursuit of payment from the Buyer. The Auctioneer reserves the right to refuse any cheques and will not release lots purchased until evidence has been received that any cheque accepted has been cleared. 13. Release of Goods

Payment and clearance should be made within seven days after the sale. Goods will not be released until fully payment has been received and a paid invoice produced. For clients arranging courier or third party collection: written instruction must be received by the purchaser; identification will be requested from the courier and their vehicle’s registration number taken. For security purposes our premises are monitored by 24 hour CCTV 14. Definitions and interpretation

In these conditions: (a) Reference to the 'the Auctioneer' shall be taken to mean the firm of Gardiner Houlgate or any director, partner or employee thereof at the time of sale; (b) Buyers shall be deemed to be the principals unless to the prior knowledge of the Auctioneer they are acting as agent on behalf of a named principal; (c) 'Forgery' means a lot (i) which is so constituted as deliberately to deceive when considered in the light of its catalogue description, and (ii) whose value as such is materially less that if it had complied with the catalogue description; (d) The Interpretation Act 1978 shall apply to the general construction of terms and expressions used in these Conditions as if contained in a statute. 15. Law and Jurisdiction

These Conditions of sale are subject to English law, which shall apply to their construction as well as their effect. The Seller and Buyer agree to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts. 16. What is Temporary Importation?

Temporary Importation is a system that applies to lots which have been imported for sale from outside the EU. It allows the point of importation to be delayed until after the sale at auction. These lots are indicated in catalogues by the use of the following symbol *

Only the Hammer Price will be treated as the import price and the Buyer’s Premium will be subject to UK domestic VAT at 20%. So whilst the Hammer Price will continue to be charged with Import VAT at 5% or 20” as appropriate, the Buyer’s Premium will always be charged with domestic VAT at 20% Lots subject to Temporary Importation will be offered under the Auctioneer’s Margin Scheme and will be subject to import VAT of either 5% or 20% on the buyer’s Premium. Anyone who wishes to buy outside the Margin Scheme should notify us immediately. An invoice under the normal VAT rules and charging VAT at 20% on both Hammer and Premium will then be issued

Temporary Importation should affect only private individual buyers who are resident within the EU. Anyone who is registered for VAT in the EU should be able to recover the VAT on the Buyer’s Premium either on their VAT returns or through the 8th Directive Refund Scheme. Any non-EU buyer who exports the lots from the EU will be able to have the VAT refunded provided the appropriate export regulations are complied with 17. Property sold with a * Symbol

These items have been imported from outside the EU to be sold at auction under temporary importation. When Gardiner Houlgate releases such property to buyers in the UK, the buyer will become the importer and must pay Gardiner Houlgate import VAT at 5% on the Hammer Price

These lots will be invoiced under the Auctioneer’s Margin Scheme. Gardiner Houlgate must bear VAT on the Buyer’s Premium and hence charge an amount in lieu of VAT at 20% on this Premium. This amount will form part of the Buyer’s Premium on our invoice and will not be separately identified VAT registered buyers from the EU should note that the import VAT charged on property released in the UK cannot be cancelled or refunded by Gardiner Houlgate VAT registered buyers from the UK should note that the invoice issued by Gardiner Houlgate for these items is not suitable evidence in respect of import VAT

VAT registered buyers from the EU countries may be able to seek repayment of the import VAT paid by applying to HM Revenue and Customs. On request, immediately after the sale, the office can either ask HM Revenue and Customs to generate a C79 certificate (for UK buyers), or obtain a copy of the import C88 (for other EU VAT registered buyers), which may be used to claim recovery of the VAT. Otherwise Gardiner Houlgate may re-invoice the lot and charge VAT at 20% on both the Hammer Price and the Premium and provide a tax invoice to the buyer 18. CITES Restrictions

As of 2 January 2017, new laws came into effect to control the import and export of all items made with rosewood. Any lots containing any amount of rosewood will therefore be subject to restrictions when exporting outside of the EU. It will be the buyer’s responsibility to make sure that the relevant paperwork is in place before shipping Some lots are sold with CITES article 10 certificates, allowing the commercial use of an item containing an endangered species. Lots subject to this are marked in the catalogue 19. Gemstones

Many gemstones have been treated in various ways to enhance their appearance. For example, sapphires and rubies are routinely heat treated and emerald treated with oils and resins. Some stones may require re-treating or oiling periodically. Enhancement affects market value and all Gardiner Houlgate estimates assume that gemstones may have been enhanced, in any case all lots are sold as seen and purchasers are deemed to have satisfied themselves as to condition and any possibly treatment of stones 20. Artists Resale Rights (or Droit de Suite)

On certain lots marked in the catalogues and which are sold for a hammer price of 1000 Euros or greater (converted into the currency of the sale using The Design and Artists Copyright Society threshold calculator on the date of the Sale) the Additional Premium will be the percentage of the amount of the Hammer Price calculated as follows: 0-50,000 Euros 4%

50,000.01 to 200,000 3%

200,000.01 to 350,000 1%

350,000.01 to 500,000 0.5% Exceeding 500,000 0.25%









From Cross Keys

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Bath Hare & Hounds From




On the A4 from Bath or Chippenham turn off at the mini roundabout by the Hare & Hounds Pub towards Corsham town centre, turn immediately right at the next mini roundabout into Valley Road. After one mile cross narrow railway bridge and round right angle bend. Turn left after 600 yards into Leafield Industrial Estate.


Go straight through the estate and take the last turning on the right beforemeeting the public road again, just past Linpac and opposite Corsham Print. The Bath Auction Rooms are at the end of the road facing you.

Leafield Industrial Estate Leafield Environmental

Corsham Print

Total time from Junction 17 ­ 10­15 minutes Total time from central Bath ­ 15 minutes

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Travelling by Train ­ we recommend Chippenham Station

Gardiner Houlgate, 9 Leafield Way, Corsham, Nr Bath SN13 9SW Telephone: 01225 812912 Fax: 01225 811777




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