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G ARDINER H O U L G AT E T H E B A T H A U C T I O N RO O M S

TWODAY AUCTION OF

WATCHES & FINE JEWELLERY Wednesday 26th June 2019 at 11am

ANTIQUES & WORKS OF ART Thursday 27th June 2019 at 11am


I n t r o d u c i n g

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G ARDINER H O U L G AT E T H E B A T H A U C T I O N RO O M S

On View:

Monday 24th June

9.00am - 5.00pm

Wednesday 26th June

9.00am - 5.00pm (Watches & Jewellery until 11.00am)

Tuesday 25th June

Thursday 27th June

9.00am - 5.00pm

9.00am - until the start of the sale

AUCTION INFORMATION

Buyer’s Premium of 20% plus VAT is payable on the Hammer Price of all lots All sizes and weights given are approximate

Condition is noted on some items. Lack of notation does not imply the item is undamaged or free of restoration. Buyers must satisfy themselves as to the condition of all lots prior to bidding. Condition reports are available upon request BIDDING METHODS If you are unable to attend the sale, you can leave a written commission bid Telephone bids may be possible at the discretion of the auctioneer NEW! ONLINE BIDDING

GH Live is a NEW secure online bidding platform provided by Gardiner Houlgate, introduced for our clients to bid live online from anywhere in the world, featuring the ‘Autobid’ option. It also offers a host of other exciting features including GH Sale Updates, Watch Lists, Speedy Payment Options, Invoice and Bid History. An additional premium of 2.5% plus VAT will be applicable for this service. Please visit www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk to register.

PAYMENT DETAILS Direct to bank, please contact the office for our bank details Debit or credit card (including American Express) *Restrictions apply Cash up to £8500 in one transaction Cheques will be accepted at the discretion of the auctioneers *Please see Terms & Conditions Section 6 for further details ENQUIRIES 01225 812912 auctions@gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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G ARDINER H O U L G AT E T H E B A T H A U C T I O N RO O M S

2019

Specialist Watches

CALENDAR OF SALES

Sale Dates: Wednesday 23rd October

Antiques, Silver & Works of Art

Specialist Clocks & Related items

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

(Two-Day Auctions)

Paintings & Prints Sale Dates: Thursday 27th June Thursday 26th September Thursday 28th November

Sale Dates: Thursday 24th & Friday 25th October

The Guitar Sale (Two-Day Auctions) Sale Dates: Wednesday 11th & Thursday 12th September Wednesday 11th & Thursday 12th December

Vintage & General Sale Sale Dates: Thursday 25th July

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

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

Musical Instruments Sale Dates: 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: www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk Each sale commences at 11.00am Additional sales may be added to the sale calendar, please check the website for further updates


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Watches

Wednesday 26th June 2019

at 11.00am

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Wednesday 26th June 2019 at 11am

Full identification is required to view the Watch & Jewellery sections

During the auction lots will be shown via video screen in the saleroom Condition reports for the Watch Sale are available upon request or can be viewed on our website. You are strongly advised to request or view these reports prior to bidding if you are unable to view personally.

WATCHES 1. Omega Seamaster ‘Jedi’ chronograph automatic gold plated gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 176005, circa 1972, serial no. 3468xxxx, champagne dial with baton markers, chronograph centre seconds, date aperture and twin subsidiary dials, cal. 1040 22 jewel movement, brown leather strap, 42mm £1000-1500

2. Omega 18ct automatic day-date gentleman’s wristwatch, circa 1978, serial no. 4121xxxx, champagne dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and day/date aperture, cal. 1022 movement, tan strap, 36mm (later case back) £1000-1200

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3. Omega DeVille 9ct square gentleman’s wristwatch, circa 1967, serial no. 25779277, silver dial with baton markers, cal. 620 17 jewel movement, black strap 26mm £300-400 4. Omega 14k gentleman’s wristwatch, circa 1956, serial no. 15088689, circular silvered dial with Arabic quarter numerals, baton markers and centre seconds, cal. 420 17 jewel movement, tan strap, 34mm £500-600

5. Omega Seamaster Automatic Quartz stainless steel bracelet watch, ref. 196 1526, circa 1995, serial no. 55744775, cal. 1400 movement, 38mm £750-850 6. Omega 14k gentleman’s wristwatch head, ref. 2369, circa 1947, serial no. 11121798, silvered dial with Arabic 12, baton markers and subsidiary seconds dial, 15 jewel movement, 36mm (lacking strap) £500-600 6A.Omega Seamaster gold gentleman’s wristwatch, silvered dial with Arabic numerals and baton markers, 36mm (at fault) £550-650

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7. Omega Constellation Double-Eagle Co-Avial ‘Mission Hills World Cup’ chronograph titanium mid-size wristwatch, ref. 12192355001001, circa 2006, serial no. 7841xxxx, rubber band, 37mm **with original box and related cards

£1400-1800

8. Omega Constellation Chronometer automatic stainless steel and gold gentleman’s bracelet watch, no. 49698xxx, circa 1986, champagne dial with dot markers, minute track, date aperture and sweep centre seconds, Roman numeral bezel, signed cal. 1109 21 jewel movement, exhibition case back, Omega bracelet, 36mm £550-650 9. Omega Constellation gold and stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 396.1201, circa 1999, no. 57710xxx, circular champagne dial with baton markers, date aperture and centre seconds, Roman numeral bezel, signed cal. 1532 6 jewel movement, Omega bracelet, quartz, 34.5mm £350-450 4

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13. Omega Seamaster automatic stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 2584 2480-1, circa 1947, associated ‘California’ dial with sweep centre seconds, signed cal. 351 17 jewel adjusted 5 positions and temperatures ‘bumper’ movement, no. 11687819, modern black leather strap, 35mm £400-600

14. Omega WWII Military issue stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, serial no. 10223799, circular black dial with Military arrow, Arabic numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, signed 15 jewel movement, fixed bar case with signed screw back with Military arrow and issue markings ‘W.W.W. Y10237 10674436’, black NATO style strap, 35mm £800-1200

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10. Omega 9ct mid size gentleman’s bracelet watch, London 1963, no. 19840xxx, circular silvered dial with gilt markers and hands, cal. 620 17 jewel adjusted two positions movement, case ref. 3115522, case maker OWC, integral 9ct mesh bracelet with Omega clasp, 55.7gm, 32mm **box (damaged), repair receipt dated 2/7/18

£600-700

11. Omega automatic stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 1660117, circa 1975, serial no. 39433723, circular silvered dial with baton markers, day/date apertures and sweep centre seconds, signed cal. 1022 23 jewel movement, modern black leather strap, 35mm £150-250 12. Omega Speedmaster automatic chronograph stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, circa 1999, serial no. 5743xxxx, bezel 37mm £1200-1600

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15. Cyma WWII Military issue stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, circular black dial with Military arrow, Arabic numerals, dot and baton markers, minute track and subsidiary seconds, signed 15 jewel movement, no. 390676, dust cover, fixed bar case with screw back with Military arrow and issue markings ‘W.W.W. P12431 17431’, modern tan leather strap, 38mm

**copy of service paper by Time World Services dated 09.01.19 £700-1000 16. Timor WWII Military issue stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, circular black dial with Military arrow, Arabic numerals, dot and baton markers, outer minute track and subsidiary seconds, signed fixed bar case with screw back with Military arrow and issue markings ‘WWW K 6774 36674’, brown leather strap, 37mm **copy of service paper by Time World Services dated 24.12.18

£600-800

17. Vertex WWII Military issue stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, circular black dial with Military arrow, Arabic numerals, dot and baton markers, minute track and subsidiary seconds, signed 15 jewel movement, fixed bar case with screw back with Military arrow and issue markings ‘W.W.W. A 9313 3522229, grey NATO style strap, 36mm £600-800

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18. Seiko Military issue chronograph stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 7T27-7A20, circular black dial with circled P, Arabic numerals, minute markers, outer five minute divisions, date aperture at the four position, subsidiary constant seconds, 24 hour and thirty minute recording dials, chronograph centre seconds, fixed bar case with screw back with Military arrow and issue markings ‘6645-99 8149181 1552/94’, black NATO style strap, quartz, 38mm £300-500

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19. Rolex Orchid 18ct white gold diamond set lady’s bracelet watch, ref. 2655, circa 1973, serial no. 386xxxx, oval bezel set with round brilliant-cut diamonds, signed silvered dial, cal. 1400 movement, integral bracelet, 45.8gm, 24mm £1400-1800

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21. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date Submariner gold and stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch. ref. 16613, circa 2005, serial no. D36xxxx, blue bezel and dial, cal. 3135 movement, Oyster bracelet, bezel 40mm £4500-5500

21A. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust gold and stainless steel lady's bracelet watch, ref. 69173, circa 1985, serial no. 8919xxx, champagne dial, jubilee bracelet, 26mm £1800-2200 22. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust mid-size sapphire and diamond set bracelet watch, ref. 68278, circa 1991, serial no. N728xxx, aftermarket diamond set bezel, dial and bracelet, sapphire hour markers with sweep centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 2135 23 jewel movement, president bracelet, 100.4gm, 30mm £4000-5000

23. Longines Lindbergh Hour Angle automatic chronograph stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 674.5232, circular cream dial with Roman numerals, blue Arabic numerals, red centre Arabic numerals, minute track, day/date (foreign) apertures, subsidiary constant seconds, hour and thirty minute recording dials, chronograph centre seconds, rotating bezel and moon hands, cal. L674.4 17 jewel movement, exhibition case back, Longines bracelet, 42mm £800-1200

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20. Rare Rolex Oyster Perpetual Submariner stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch (small crown), ref. 6536-1, circa 1957, serial no. 230xxx, bi-rotational black ‘ghost’ bezel insert, black dial with ‘Swiss’ gilt minute track dot markers, dot markers and ‘lollipop’ sweep centre seconds, gilt text ‘Rolex Oyster Perpetual 100m = 330ft Submariner’’, cal. 1030 25 jewel movement, no. N716769, screw-down small crown, inside case back date ‘I.57’, riveted Oyster bracelet with 65 end links, the clasp dated ‘1.57’, 38mm **Introduced in 1955, the 6536 Submariner was produced alongside the Big Crown 6538 throughout the late 1950s £30000-50000

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30. Seiko Sportura Solar gold plated chronograph gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. V172- 0AS0, leather strap, 46mm

32 24. Longines Flagship *** automatic stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 3108, circa 1962, serial no. 12084740, silvered dial with date aperture, Arabic quarter numerals, baton markers and sweep centre seconds, cal. 341 17 jewel movement, NATO type band, 35mm £300-500

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27. Longines Conquest Chronograph stainless steel unisex bracelet watch, ref. L3.279.0, no. 36265xxx, circular mother of pearl dial with diamond markers, subsidiary constant seconds, 1/10th seconds and minute recording dials, centre chronograph seconds and date aperture at the four position, inner bezel with minute markers, diamond set bezel, screw-down crown, quartz, 35mm (excluding crown guards)

**Longines box with outer cardboard cover, instructions booklet, diamond certificate, International Warranty card stamped Crouch The Jewellers, Cardiff and dated 15.12.12, original purchase receipt, two spare links £450-650 28. Seiko Solar 100M stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. V1580AY0, black strap, 45mm **with booklet

£30-50

29. Seiko Solar Alarm Chronograph stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. V172-0AF0, 45mm **with Seiko box (no cushion)

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£40-80

**with original box and booklet

£100-150

**with box and International Guarantee dated 2011

£150-200

31. Tag Heuer 2000 Series stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. wk1210, circa 2011, black dial, 36mm excluding crown

32. Panerai Luminor Power Reserve automatic stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. OP 6692, circa 2008, serial no. 1252xxxx, J1516/2600, black leather strap with folding clasp, 50mm including crown guard **in excellent condition with boxes, spare rubber strap, warranty certificate dated 2008 £3000-4000

33. LeCoultre Memovox World Timer 10k gold filled gentleman’s wristwatch, circa 1960s, circular silvered dial with baton markers, dot minute markers, date aperture, centre seconds and centre rotating world time dial, modern brown leather strap, 34.5mm £1000-1500

34. Art Deco style fancy 9ct snake design bracelet cocktail watch, London 1951, the snake head set with ruby eyes and twenty-four Zircon inserts, hinged to reveal a rectangular watch head, the rectangular silvered dial with gilt Arabic numerals, the 17 jewel unadjusted movement signed Gotham Watch Co INC, no. 88321, expanding bracelet, safety clasp, 7’’ long **box

£1400-1600

35. Sanford 9ct lady’s textured bracelet watch, 43.4gm, 18mm £320-360


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36. Breitling SuperOcean Heritage II chronograph stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. A13312, circa 2018, serial no. 287xxxx, black ceramic rotating bezel, blue dial with baton markers, chronograph centre seconds, date aperture and triple subsidiary dials, Breitling leather strap with folding deployment clasp, bezel 46mm diameter ** with mesh bracelet

** in excellent condition with all the presentation boxes, tag, digital International Warranty and related documents, purchased from Goldsmiths, Bristol on the 8th April 2018 £2800-3200 37. Platinum and diamond 1920s lady’s cocktail watch, octagonal engine turned silvered dial with Arabic numerals, round brilliant-cut se bezel and lugs, 10k gold filled bracelet, 19mm (movement at fault) £300-400

38. Fine Garrard 1920s platinum and diamond lady’s cocktail watch, tonneau silvered dial with Arabic numerals, 17 jewel movement, the bezel and pierced stylised lugs set with round brilliant-cut diamonds, mesh bracelet with diamond buckle clasp, 26.5gm, 16mm (movement over wound) £800-1200

39. 18k reverso gold brooch/watch, silvered dial with Arabic quarter numerals, case ref. DTE 19386, 15.4gm, 20mm (movement at fault) £300-400

40. IWC (International Watch Co.) Schaffhausen 18k gentleman’s wristwatch, signed circular dial with Roman numerals and minute markers, signed C.422 movement, no. 1810078, signed case numbered 1193xxx, modern black leather strap, 36mm (at fault) £450-550 41. Zenith Via Veneto gold plated and stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 59-0210.115, champagne dial, quartz, 33mm £60-100

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42. Gucci stainless steel lady’s bangle watch, ref. 1500L, quartz, 12.5mm £30-50

43. Rotary Aqauspeed gold plated gentleman’s bracelet watch, quartz, 40mm **with original box

£30-50

**with Bulova box

£60-100

44. Bulova rose gold plated chronograph gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 98A192, quartz, rubber band, bezel 44mm diameter

45. Racing Green gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. RAC032C, tan strap 42mm **as new condition with original box

£20-40

46. Citizen Eco-Drive WR 100 moonphase stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 8651, 42mm £50-80

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47. Henry, London Knightsbridge moonphase stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. HL39, quartz, black strap, 38mm **with original box

£50-80

48. Fine 1940s 14k ruby and diamond set lady’s cocktail watch, with ruby set push release revealing a rectangular bronzed dial, the cover set with sixteen round rubies flanked by two rows of round brilliant-cut diamonds, integral link bracelet, 90gm, 35mm £1800-2200 49. Sicura Chrono-Graphe stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, circa 1970s, fixed black tachymetre bezel and inner rotating slide bezel, black dial with Arabic 12, baton markers, chronograph centre seconds and subsidiary constant seconds, ETA 8371-67 17 jewel movement, black strap, bezel 40mm diameter £600-800 50. 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 £80-120

51. 18k engraved fob watch, 32.8gm, 34mm

£150-250

52. 18k lever fob watch, 29.1gm, 35mm

£180-220

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53. 18k lever engraved fob watch, 32.9gm, 34mm; together with a Florida nickel cased lever pocket watch, 49mm and an Ansonia nickel cased pocket watch (3) £100-150 54. Joseph Penlington, Liverpool 18ct free-sprung pocket watch, London 1852, free-sprung three-quarter plate movement with compensated balance and helical hairspring, signed Josh Penlington, Liverpool, 56 0_ 8000, signed dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, spade hands, the case back engraved with monogram, case maker ‘BC’ (Benjamin Colllier), 87.1gm, 49mm; with key

**Joseph Penlington is recorded as working from Church Street, Liverpool between 1818 and 1834 and from St. Georges Crescent North 1848-1903 £650-750

55. Three silver fob watches and a Seiko Quartz gentleman’s bracelet watch (4) £40-80

56. Baume & Co 18k pendant watch, white dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, 13.82 lever movement, 27.6gm, 34mm; together with an yellow metal Albert, 10gm, 14.5” long yellow gold chain £300-500 Lots 57-61 NO LOT

The next specialist Watch Sale will be held on the 23rd October 2019 Entries Now Invited

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Jewellery

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ANTIQUE & MODERN FINE JEWELLERY 62. Impressive 14ct pavé diamond bombe design dress ring, round brilliant-cut, band width 22.5mm, 11gm, ring size L/M £800-1000 63. Late Victorian 9ct revolving pendant fob cast with rifles, Chester 1898, 6.1gm, 44mm £50-80 64. Fine platinum aquamarine and diamond three stone ring, the aquamarine estimated 4.00ct approx, with two round brilliant-cut diamonds, 0.90ct approx, clarity SI1-2, colour J-K, 6.9gm, ring size O £1500-1800

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65. 18k necklace and two piece pendant, 7.6gm; 18k bracelet, 9.5gm, 14k bracelet, 5.4gm £400-500 66. NO LOT

67. 18ct sapphire and diamond five stone ring, 3.5gm, ring size N £80-120 68. Large cabouchon opal and diamond dress ring, the opal surrounded by eight small diamonds, 9ct , the opal 13mm x 12mm, 4.6gm, ring size N £200-300

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69. 9ct diamond tow piece bridal ring, 0.44ct, 5gm, ring size R £130-160 70. 18ct and platinum solitaire diamond ring, round old-cut, 0.60ct approx, clarity VS-SI, colour I-J, 3.4gm, ring size N/O £400-600 71. Three 9ct stone set rings and a band ring, 8.9gm (4)

£90-120

72. Two 9ct stone set swivel fobs; with two pairs of 9ct earrings, 14.8gm in total £80-120 73. 9ct gate bracelet inset with three half sovereigns each dated 1982, 22.2gm

£450-550

74. Novelty 9ct cathedral charm, 6.9gm, 19mm

£80-100

75. 14k amethyst set necklet, 8.5gm, 17” long

£320-380

76. Four assorted 9ct stone set ring, 11.8gm (4)

£140-180

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73 77. Three 9ct stone set rings, 5.8gm (3) 78. Four 9ct stone set cluster rings, 11gm (4)

£60-100 £130-160

79. Four assorted 9ct stone set rings, 7.8gm (4) 80. Edward VII 1902 coronation thirteen-coin proof matt specimen set in the original red octagonal dated case, to include Five Pounds, Two Pounds, Sovereign, Half Sovereign, Crown, Half crown, Florin, Shilling, Sixpence and Maundy set, the case 8.5” wide £3500-4500


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87. 9ct diamond line bracelet, set with twenty-four diamond encrusted S-shaped links, 29.4gm, 8” long £350-450

88. Attractive 9ct black and white diamond cluster link bracelet, 16.8gm, 8” long £300-400

89. Victorian agate and enamel cruciform mourning brooch, the centre enamelled with a spray of flowers within a yellow metal foliate and Cscroll border, 36.9gm, 55mm wide £30-50

90. Seven assorted Victorian silver brooches; also a marcasite set butterfly brooch, bracelet and ring (10) £60-100 91. Early 20th century novelty gold fish design tie pin, 2.5gm, the fish 22mm

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92. Pair of 18ct white gold yellow sapphire ear studs, 0.90cat approx, 1.2gm, 6mm £200-250 93. Edwardian 9ct engraved bangle with bead and wirework decoration, Birmingham 1909, 9.8gm, 65mm wide £90-120

94. Attractive yellow gold multi gem set brooch, fashioned with an exotic bird amidst a floral surround set with diamonds, sapphires, rubies, jade, emeralds and opal, 10.8gm, 54mm wide

86 81. Royal Mint 2000 Bullion Sovereign, no. 1704, the obverse designed by Ian Rank Broadley FRBS: FSNAD, mounted with in the original coin £240-280 folder 82. Attractive 9ct white gold triple cluster cross-over design diamond ring, round brilliant-cut, 0.50ct, 3.4gm, ring size O£150-250 83. Eastern yellow metal pendant set with seed pearls, red stones and green stones, 40.2gm, drop 100mm £320-380 84. Good Indian yellow metal and diamond set enamel pendant and necklace, the pendant set with one larger rose diamond and thirty smaller ones within a graduated coloured pearl and enamelled stone surround, with matching necklace, 32.8gm, 14” long £500-800 85. Moonstone 14k yellow gold necklet, 8.5gm, 22” long

£300-400

86. Good three strand pearl necklace with single ruby and diamond white metal cluster oval clasp, the single ruby in a surround of rose cut diamonds, the clasp 20mm wide, pearls 6.5-7mm approx, 70.1gm, 16” long approx; also with a pair of 9ct white gold pearl ear studs (one pearl loose) £300-500

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**box and historical valuation for £1000 dated 1996

£200-300

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£100-150

95. Gentleman’s 18ct oval old-cut solitaire diamond ring, 0.50ct approx, clarity SI, colour I-J, 3.7gm, ring size S-

96. 9ct yellow gold abstract design brooch, 7gm, 48mm; 9ct ring, 5.5gm; also a La Leuba Genéve plated lady’s bangle watch (3) £120-180 97. Watling of Laycock bespoke design 18ct sapphire and diamond set ring, 5.8gm, ring size Q **with box

£140-180

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£120-180

98. Pair of 18ct blue cameo and diamond set earrings by Catherine Best of Mayfair, depicting female profile portraits, 5.6gm, 15mm x 12mm

99. Composite 15ct and 9ct gentleman’s stud set in box, 3.8gm

100. Gentleman’s 9ct four piece stud set in box, 3.2gm

£50-80 £50-80

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101. Royal Marines regimental 14ct and platinum ruby and diamond set brooch, stamped Page, Plymouth, 4.4gm, 48mm wide £100-150

102. Fine ruby and diamond ‘The Buffs’ East Kent Regiment brooch, with round brilliant-cut diamonds, round and calibrated rubies, 12.5gm, 40mm x 31mm £1200-1800 103. 15ct opal set bracelet set with six oval cabouchon, 7.5gm, 8” long approx £600-800

104. Marcel Boucher paste set brooch en tremblant, 57mm x 55m £20-40 105. Good pair of 18k white gold diamond cluster earrings, round brilliantcut, estimated 2.00ct approx, clarity SI1-2, colour H-I, 3.7gm £1300-1600

106. Good 9ct curb bracelet with selection of eight gold and gilt metal seal fobs, also a pocket watch key, with safety chain, 84.9gm in total, 8” long approx £800-1000

107. Large aquamarine 18k white gold ring, cushion-cut estimated 24ct approx measuring 18mm x 16mm, depth 11mm, 12.3gm, ring ring N/O £400-800

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108. 18ct white gold emerald and diamond cluster ring, 5.2gm, cluster 17mm, ring size N/O **box

£450-650

109. 18ct claw set sapphire and diamond five stone ring, Birmingham 1917, 4.1gm, ring size O/P £100-150

110. Good 18ct yellow gold cultured pearl and diamond bangle, 87.5gm, 70mm wide £3000-3500 111. Large doublet emerald and diamond ring with diamond set shoulders, the emerald measuring 20mm x 15mm, 10.7gm, ring size N £450-550 112. Citrine and garnet 14k necklet, 8.7gm, 20” long

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113. Large impressive amethyst and diamond yellow gold cocktail ring, the amethyst measuring 28mm x 23mm, set either side with four round brilliant-cut diamonds, 0.80ct approx, clarity SI1-2, colour H-I, 18.2gm, £600-800 ring size N

114. Masonic Interest - pair of blue enamel 9ct oval cuff links, London 1958, 5.4gm; together with a 9ct stick pin (3) £60-100 115. Art Deco style platinum diamond stone ring in a stepped setting, round brilliant-cut, 0.90ct approx, clarity SI1 , colour I-J, 5.1gm, band width 6mm, ring size N £950-1150

116. 18ct yellow gold sapphire and diamond ring, with six round sapphires and eight round brilliant-cut diamonds, band width 7.5mm, 5gm, ring size L £350-450 117. Platinum solitaire diamond ring, round brilliant-cut, 0.40ct approx, clarity SI1, colour H-I, 4.5gm, ring size N £200-300 118. Antique 18ct diamond flower ring, 1.7gm, ring size Q

£100-150

119. 18k white gold diamond five stone ring, round brilliant-cut, 0.45ct approx, clarity SI, colour K-L, 2.7gm, ring size K **with diamond certificate

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£250-300

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120. Fine 18ct yellow gold tigers head design bangle, with ruby set eyes and diamond collars with applied filigree work, 75.3gm, 72mm wide £3200-3800

121. Large 18ct white gold solitaire diamond ring, round brilliant-cut 2.06ct, clarity I2, colour I-J, 3.9gm, ring size M £4000-5000

122. Emerald and diamond 18ct claw set ring, Birmingham 1967, 5.2gm, ring size O £140-180

123. 18k yellow gold diamond half hoop ring, with seven round brilliantcuts, 0.50ct approx, clarity SI2-1, colour G-H, band width 6mm, 5.8gm, ring size L/M £400-600 124. Novelty cast yellow metal brooch fashioned with two chicks and set with three seed pearls, 5.6gm, 31mm wide £100-150 125. Good platinum five stone diamond ring in a claw setting, 1.25ct approx, clarity SI2/-1, colour I-J, 4.9gm, ring size O £1000-1500

126. 18ct white gold emerald-cut solitaire diamond ring, 0.47ct approx, clarity VS2, colour I-J, 2.9gm, ring size K £400-600

127. Good platinum three stone diamond ring, the round brilliant-cut centre stone 1.20ct approx, clarity SI2/-1, colour I-J, flanked by baguette diamond shoulders, each 0.20tt approx, 4.8gm, ring size P **box

£1800-2200

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132. 18ct five stone old-cut diamond ring, 0.35ct approx, Birmingham 1914, 3.6gm, ring size L £80-120

133. Good 18k white gold double heart pavé diamond ring, width 21mm, 11.6gm, ring size T £1200-1600

134. Three bar 9ct gate bracelet with safety chain, 10.8gm, 7.5” long approx £100-150

135. Art Deco style aquamarine and diamond ring, emerald-cut aquamarine 0.90ct approx, in a halo round brilliant-cut diamond setting, cluster 16mm x14mm, 3.1gm, ring size P £550-650 136. 18ct princess-cut solitaire diamond ring, 0.44ct, clarity VS2, colour JK, 3.2gm, ring size P £500-700

137 128. Victorian style 9ct five stone coral ring, 3.9gm, ring size P **box

£60-80

129. Fancy 18k white gold diamond band ring, with baguette and round brilliant-cut diamonds, 1.80ct approx, clarity VS2-SI1, colour H-I, 3.9gm, band width 7.5mm, ring size K £600-800 130. Fine pair of marquise shaped diamond cluster earrings, with marquise rose-cut centre stones each estimated 0.40ct, in a surround of twelve round brilliant-cut diamonds, 8gm, 20.5mm x 12.5mm £3000-4000 131. Pair of 9ct white gold zircon ear studs, 0.90ct, 1gm, 5mm diameter £100-120 16

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137. 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 £400-600 138. 18ct diamond solitaire ring, round brilliant-cut, 0.65ct approx, 4.8gm, ring size O (at fault) **box

139. Slender 18k bi-colour necklace, 6.2gm, 38” long

£400-500 £120-160

140. Good quality diamond solitaire diamond ring with a halo surround, the centre stone estimated 0.90ct approx, clarity VS2-SI1, colour H-I, 2.9gm, ring size O £1800-2200


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141. Platinum pear shaped solitaire diamond ring with set shoulders, 2.00ct approx, clarity I1-2, colour J-K, 4.4gm, ring size L £2000-2500 142. Victorian 18ct three stone diamond gypsy ring, Chester 1895, band width 6.5mm, 3.3gm, ring size M/N £70-100 143. Full 18k white gold diamond eternity ring, round brilliant-cut, 0.80ct approx, 4.7gm, band width 4.5mm, ring size I/J £400-600 144. Pair of Art Deco 9ct & 18ct bi-colour cuff links, inset with mother of pearl and set with single sapphires, 4.8gm, 12mm £80-120 145. Platinum five stone rub-over set diamond ring, round brilliant-cut estimated 1.40ct approx, clarity SI, colour I-J, 4.9gm, ring size N£1500-1800 146. 18ct yellow gold emerald solitaire ring, 0.74ct approx, 4.7gm, ring size O/P £200-300 147. 18k diamond five stone ring, 3.3gm, ring size J/K; with a 9ct three stone ring, 2gm (2) £100-150

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148. Amber facet bead necklace, 23.2gm, 19” long

£20-40

149. NO LOT 150. Fine quality 18ct white gold diamond cluster ring, the centre stone 1.08ct, clarity VS1-2, colour K-L, in a surround of round brilliant-cut diamonds, 1.68ct in total, cluster 13mm diameter, 4gm, ring size L £3000-4000 151. 18ct yellow gold opal and diamond trilogy ring, the opal 3.91ct approx with two round brilliant-cut diamonds to either side, 0.15ct approx, clarity SI, colour G-H, 3.65gm, ring size M £700-900 152. 18ct diamond half eternity ring, set with nine round brilliant-cut diamonds, band width 3mm, 2.4gm, ring size L £60-100 153. Good quality gentleman’s 18ct claw set solitaire diamond ring, old European cut, 0.65ct approx, clarity VS1 colour F-G, 3.6gm, ring size N/O £400-600 154. Edwardian yellow metal bug pendant, set with ruby, sapphire, pearl and moonstone, 2.1gm, 23.5mm wide £60-100

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165 155. Platinum sapphire and diamond three stone ring, the oval sapphire estimated 1.50ct, with two round brilliant-cut diamonds, 0.050ct approx, clarity SI1-2, colour J-K, 5.6gm, ring size O/P £900-1200

156. Fancy 14k yellow gold dress ring, centred with a cultured pearl in a circular swirl cluster set with rubies, sapphires and diamonds, cluster 20mm dimeter, 13.7gm, ring size L/M £300-500 157. NO LOT

158. Pair of 14k garnet earrings, 3.1gm, drop 24mm

£90-120

159. Large 18k cz three stone ring, 13.3gm, 22mm, ring size I/J £220-260 160. Fine quality late Victorian gold set bangle, with centred single pearl in an old-cut diamond surround, estimated 1.50ct approx, clarity SI, colour H-I, with safety chain, the pearl 5mm, 9.5gm **box

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161. 9ct sapphire and diamond pendant on chain, the sapphire 0.75ct approx £100-120

162. Victorian 15ct ruby and diamond gypsy ring, Birmingham 1879, band width 8mm, 2.5gm, ring size Q/R £70-100 163. 18k yellow gold three row diamond ring, set with thirty-three round brilliant-cut diamonds, 1.00ct approx, clarity SI, colour H-I, band width 8mm, 6.3gm, ring size M/N £500-700 164. 18ct and platinum horseshoe design diamond set ring, 1.8gm, ring size K/L; with another 18ct diamond cluster ring, 1.7gm (2) £80-120 165. Fine 18k ruby and diamond dress cluster ring in the Art Deco style, estimated 0.75ct approx, clarity VS2, colour F-G, cluster 11.5mm square, 2.7gm, ring size N/O £1500-1800 166. 18ct three stone diamond ring, round brilliant-cut, 0.53ct approx, clarity I-J, colour SI1-2, 3.1gm, ring size L £400-600


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173. 18ct ‘Forever’ solitaire round brilliant-cut solitaire diamond ring, 0.39ct, clarity SI, colour H-I, 3.1gm, ring size N£450-550

175 167. Pair of 18k cultured pearl and stone set earrings, 4.4gm, the pearls 8mm £80-120 168. 18k curb link bracelet, 14.8gm, 7.5” long 169. NO LOT

£280-320

170. Large and impressive 18ct amethyst and diamond cluster ring, the amethyst measuring 21mm x 17mm, in a surround of twenty-two round brilliant-cut diamonds, estimated 2.20ct approx, 17.3gm, ring size K/L **box

£2000-2500

171. Pair of large 18ct white gold diamond ear studs, round brilliant-cut, 1.85ct & 2.00ct approx, clarity I2, colour K-L, 2.6gm £6500-7500

172. Edwardian 18ct claw set solitaire diamond ring, Chester 1903, round old-cut 0.15ct approx, 4.2gm, ring size N £80-120

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174. Victorian 18ct single ring set ring, London 1871, inscribed to the inside ‘Mother’, 2.7gm, ring size L £45-65

175. Pair of 18k rose diamond cluster earrings in the Victorian style, 2.1gm, 9.5mm square £240-280 176. Mikimoto cultured pearl necklet with a white metal square gem set clasp, 3mm-6mm, 19.5” long; with certificate and original box £60-100 177. NO LOT

178. 14k citrine necklet, 4.6gm, 20” approx 179. NO LOT

£220-260

180. 18ct yellow gold emerald and diamond ring, the emerald of good colour 2.00ct approx with diamond set shoulders, 0.50ct approx, band width 11mm, 134gm, ring size R **box

£800-1000

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186. Georg Jensen Danish silver ‘Whirl’ pendant on necklet designed by Vivianna Torun Bulow-Hube, no. 207; Georg Jensen Danish silver open heart pendant on necklet and earrings designed by Henning Koppel, nos. 152A and 246’; silver hardstone set bangle, another silver bangle, silver locket pendant and a silver cross pendant on necklet £80-120 187. 18k bi-colour stones set bangle, 11.5gm

188. Three 18k stone set pendants, 14.2gm (3)

190 181. 9ct white gold diamond cluster pendant on necklet, 0.50ct approx, the pendant 7mm diameter £220-260 182. 18ct old-cut diamond three stone gypsy ring, London 1918, band width 6mm, 3.6gm, ring size M £100-150

183. Large 18k yellow gold emerald and diamond band ring, the emerald 1.25ct approx, in a surround of twenty-two round brilliant-cut diamonds, estimated 0.70ct approx, band width 17.5mm, 20.4gm, ring size M/N £700-900

184. 18ct sapphire and diamond five stone boat shaped ring, band width 5.5mm, 3.7gm, ring size M/N £100-150 185. 18k and platinum aquamarine and diamond three stone ring, the oval aquamarine 4.32ct approx, with two round brilliant-cut diamonds, 0.46ct approx, clarity SI2, colour H-I, 5.2gm, ring size L/M £1200-1600

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189. NO LOT

£240-280 £180-220

190. Attractive antique bi-colour ruby and diamond openwork panel brooch, circa 1910, with five graduating rubies in a border of twentyeight old-cut diamonds, with safety cahin, 9.7gm, 52mm x 25mm

**with a copy of an insurance valuation undertaken by Safeguard in 2017 for £3500 £850-950 191. Pair of 9ct white gold diamond cluster ear studs, 0.70ct approx, 8mm diameter £320-360

192. 18ct ruby and diamond seven stone ring, Birmingham 1911, band width 7.5mm, 2.2gm, ring size M/N £70-100 193. 14k cabouchon gem set three stone ring, 4.7gm, ring size N £200-250

194. Three Victorian gold mounted fob seals, 8.7gm, the largest 21.5mm (3) £60-100 195. Impressive 18k emerald and diamond oval cluster ring, the emerald 1.32ct approx, in a surround of eight round brilliant-cuts, 1.28ct approx in total, clarity SI2, colour H-I, cluster 17mm x 16mm, 5gm, ring size P £1400-1800


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205 201. 18ct white gold aquamarine and diamond dress ring, with two oval aquamarines in an Art Deco style diamond surround, 26.5mm x 18mm, 4.7gm, ring size O £800-1000 200

196. Assorted gold jewellery items to include a 15ct seed pearl bangle, 7.5gm; 9ct rope necklet, 4.6gm; 18k cross pendant, 1.7gm; 9ct sapphire and diamond three stone ring. 1.6gm and a 9ct signet ring, 5gm (5) £200-300 197. Three large gold stone set rings, 15.8gm (3)

£180-220

198. Assorted gold jewellery to include a stone set necklace, diamond set signet ring, diamond pendant, 18k pendants (a.f), etc, 22.1gm in total £270-320 199. 9ct bracelet, 8.6gm, 7” long

£80-100

200. Fine natural Ceylon sapphire and diamond cluster pendant, the central rectangular cushion faceted, mixed-cut sapphire of a transparent blue, measuring 12.7mm x 8.5mm x 7.2mm, in a surround of twelve old-cut diamonds in a silver and yellow gold mount, the pendant surmounted with five further diamonds on a slender 9ct chain, estimated total diamond weight 3.00ct, clarity SI, colour H-J, gross weight 19gm, the pendant 46mm x 20mm ** sold together with a sapphire report from the Gem & Pearl Laboratory stating Sri Lanka as origin opinion with no evidence of heat treatment observed £4000-6000

BID LIVE AT: www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

202. 18ct and platinum solitaire diamond ring with set shoulders, the centre stone 0.25ct approx, clarity SI1-2, colour L-M, 2gm, ring size J £80-120 203. 18k yellow gold aquamarine sunburst ring, set with ten round-cuts estimated 2.72ct approx, 20mm diameter, 11.2gm, ring size M/N £300-400

204. 18ct and platinum seven stone diamond half eternity ring, round brilliant-cut, 0.49ct approx, band width 3.5mm, 2.7m, ring size O £100-150

205. 18k sapphire and diamond cluster ring, the sapphire 0.87ct approx, in a surround of round brilliant-cut diamonds, 0.60ct approx, cluster 12.5mm, 4.1gm, ring size N/O £1000-1400 206. Pair of emerald 18k yellow gold ear studs, 1.2gm, 5mm x 4mm £80-120

207. Heavy 9ct gold curb bracelet set with coins and charms, 106gm in total, 8.5” long £1400-1600 208. 18ct yellow gold gate bracelet with a padlock clasp, 29.5gm

£600-700

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218. 18ct yellow gold wedding band, width 4mm, 5.1gm, ring size L £90-110

214 209. Egyptian 18k rope twist necklace, 22.6gm, 28” long

£450-500

210. 18ct oval sapphire and diamond pendant on necklet with matching earrings, each 10mm x 9mm £350-450 211. Good 18ct white gold sapphire and diamond bracelet, with twentyfour oval cluster links, 17.8gm, 7.5” long approx £2000-2500

212. Attractive Edwardian turquoise and seed pearl heart brooch, 2.8gm, 47mm; together with a 9ct enamel and diamond brooch, 3.7gm (2) £70-100

213. 18k white gold aquamarine single stone ring, 7.45ct approx, 6.7gm, ring size M/N £350-450

214. Edwardian 9ct cabouchon garnet gate bracelet, with safety chain, 15.5gm, 6.5” long £150-200 215. Pair of 14k moonstone earrings, 4gm, 48mm drop

£160-180

216. YelloW metal band ring, marked ‘18k’, 13.4gm, 12mm, ring size R £250-300 217. Two 18k bracelets, 16gm; also a 9ct bracelet, 7gm (3) 22

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£400-500

219. NO LOT

220. 18ct and platinum solitaire diamond ring with set shoulders, round brilliant-cut 0.75ct approx, clarity SI1, colour H-I, 1.9gm, ring size K **box

£550-650

221. Modern 9ct pavé diamond heart design pendant on a slender necklet, 1.00ct approx, the pendant 16mm £320-360

222. Tiffany & Co. 18ct & platinum seven stone diamond ring, 1.10ct approx, clarity SI1, colour H-I, signed, 6.5gm, ring size P **with Tiffany & Co. box

£1800-2200

223. 18k wishbone design diamond ring, round brilliant-cut, 0.36ct approx, clarity SI1, colour H-I, 3.7gm, ring size P £500-600

224. NO LOT

225. Three attractive set Edwardian gold pendants (3)

226. Heavy 9ct stone set bracelet, 103.9gm, 9.25” long

£60-100 £850-950

227. 9ct yellow gold belcher necklet with a silver gilt cross pendant, the necklet 4.9gm £40-80


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228. Pair of 9ct engine turned oval cuff links, Birmingham 1974, 18mm x 13.5mm, 5.9gm £55-75 229. NO LOT

230. Fine 19th century French gold and enamel mourning bangle, with pieced foliate panels and white enamel borders, the oval hinged oval locket bearing the initial monogram ‘WL’, enclosing the miniature portrait of Sir William Lawrence, the reverse with a hair locket, with safety chain, 49.7gm, 60mm wide; with the original box branded Philippi, 19 R. Richelien,Paris’

** Sir William Lawrence, 1st Baronet FRCS FRS (1783 - 1867) was an English surgeon who became President of the Royal College of Surgeons of London and Serjeant Surgeon to the Queen (Victoria). In his mid-thirties, he published two books of his lectures which contained pre-Darwinian ideas on man’s nature and, effectively, on evolution. £1200-1800

231. 9ct engraved mounted oval cameo brooch depicting a portrait profile of a lady, with safety chain, 57mm x 42mm £60-100

232. Edwardian 18ct claw set ruby three stone ring, band width 7.5mm, 3.8gm, ring size I £80-120

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233. Fancy 18k white gold diamond cross-over cluster ring, princess and round brilliant-cut diamonds, 3.9gm, ring size L £300-400 234. 18ct three stone diamond ring, round brilliant-cut, estimated 0.60ct approx, clarity SI, colour H-I, 3.9gm, ring size L £400-600

235. Two pairs of Antique 15ct oval engraved cuff links, 8.8gm £120-180

236. Pair of 9ct and enamel shield cufflinks, 6.5gm; with another pair of 9ct oval engraved cufflinks, 2.8gm £80-120 237. 18ct sapphire and diamond cluster ring, cluster 16mm x 12mm, 7.2gm, ring size I £120-180

238. Modern 9ct white gold pendant on necklet; with a pair of similar design diamond earrings, 7.3gm £120-160

239. NO LOT

240. Two antique 15ct stone set brooches, 5.8gm (2)

£70-100

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241. Pair of 9ct Creole earrings, 2.1gm; together with an antique gold coin set ring and a diamond set brooch (4) £80-120 242. Edwardian 9ct turquoise and seed pearl heart shaped locket pendant, 4.7gm, 23mm; with two Victorian gold panel brooches, 5.8gm (3) £100-150

243. Pair of 14k blue topaz and sapphire drop earrings and matching pendant, the earrings 32mm £300-350 244. Georgian cornelian gold seal fob, 6.9gm, 27mm; also a Victorian fob, 3gm (2) £100-150 245. 14k cz ring, 12mm, 5.6gm, ring size I/J

£100-150

246. Large 18ct gold claw set gentleman’s solitaire diamond ring, round brilliant-cut, 1.80ct approx, clarity I1, colour: tinted, 12.4gm, 12mm wide, ring size V/W £800-1200 247. Pair of 14k sapphire and blue topaz drop earrings, 4.3gm, drop 37mm £300-350 248. Good 14ct white gold diamond and cultured pearl cocktail ring, the single pearl 10mm in a surround of baguette and round brilliant-cut diamonds, 3.90ct approx in total, band width 20mm, 11gm, ring size F £800-1000

249. Platinum diamond buckle design ring, band width 13.5mm, 8.8gm, ring size O £500-700

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COLLECTION OF LOOSE DIAMONDS & GEM STONES 250. Pair of princess-cut loose emeralds

£60-100

251. Loose diamond, round brilliant-cut, 0.40ct approx, clarity I1 £80-120

252. Pair of yellow round brilliant-cut diamonds, 0.25ct approx; also a heart shaped yellow diamond and an oval example (4) £200-300 253. Mixed unmounted diamonds, 0.01ct to 0.10ct approx

£150-250

255. Selection of assorted mixed-cut unmounted diamonds

£100-150

254. Set of four princess-cut loose sapphires, estimated 1.33ct approx £80-120 256. Assorted diamonds of mixed sizes, 0.01ct to 0.05ct approx 257. Pair of princess-cut loose sapphires, each 0.50ct approx

£50-100 £60-100

258. Emerald-cut brown diamond, emerald-cut, 0.53ct approx, clarity VS12, with two black round brilliant-cut diamonds, each 0.10ct (3) £50-80

259. Selection of primarily baguette-cut loose diamonds, some in white metal mounts £80-120 260. Mixed selection of loose citrines

£40-80

261. Ten assorted diamonds, round brilliant-cut, 0.30ct approx, clarity VS-SI, colour G/H £50-100 262. Round synthetic gold set pendant, 1.00ct approx; with a loose oval hessonite, 1.25ct approx (2) £15-30


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264. Round brilliant-cut diamond, 1.28ct approx, clarity I2, colour L-M £800-1200

265. Assortment of round brilliant-cut diamonds, ranging from 0.01ct to 0.05ct approx £150-250

266. Single oval cabouchon emerald, estimated 2.50ct approx 267. Four loose emeralds (4)

£80-120 £50-80

268. Four unmounted diamonds, round brilliant-cut, 0.10ct approx, clarity SI2, colour H-I £40-80 269. Three sets of five princess-cut rubies, estimated 1.79ct approx £100-150

270. Five trilliant-cut diamonds, 0.10ct each, clarity SI, colour G-H £150-250 271. Five princess-cut sapphires, estimated 1.63ct approx

£80-120

272. Assortment of mixed unmounted diamonds, with sizes from 0.03ct to 0.25ct approx £80-150

273. Pair of similar loose diamonds, round brilliant-cut, 0.30ct approx, clarity I1-2, colour H-I £100-150

274. Three unmounted diamonds, round brilliant-cut, 0.14ct, 0.23ct and 0.33ct approx, clarity SI, colour G-H (0.25ct stone chipped) £80-120 275. Round brilliant-cut diamond, 0.45ct approx, clarity I1/2, colour G-H £100-150

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276. Eight round brilliant-cut diamonds, each 0.10ct, clarity SI, colour I-K £150-250

277. Selection of eight diamonds, round brilliant-cut, each 0.10ct, clarity SI, colour I-J £150-250

278. Radiant-cut fancy yellow diamond, 0.41ct approx, clarity SI; with three further yellow diamonds and a tinted example each 0.10ct approx (5) £100-150

279. Ten sorted mixed-cut rubies (10)

£50-100

280. Eight assorted diamonds, round brilliant-cut, each 0.10ct, clarity SI, colour H-J £150-250

281. Large assortment of loose mixed-cut sapphires

282. Mixed-cut assorted loose lapis lazuli

£150-250 £20-40

283. Selection of unmounted rubies and diamonds, ranging from 0.03ct to 0.10ct approx (16) £100-150 284. Jet black round brilliant-cut diamond, 7.54ct, origin India, 12.80mm, boxed £500-800

285. Four orange diamonds, round brilliant-cut, each 0.05ct to 0.10ct approx, clarity SI £80-120 286. Pack of loose mixed-cut emeralds

£100-150

287. Oval blue diamond, 0.50ct approx; also three princess-cut blue diamonds, each 0.10ct approx (40 £100-150

288. Four loose sapphires to include with ovals and a rectangular cushioncut estimated 1.94ct (4) £100-200 GARDINER HOuLGATE

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291. Seven round brilliant-cut diamonds, each 0.15ct approx, clarity SI, colour H-J £200-300 292. Ten mixed-cut loose rubies (10)

293. Pair of loose emeralds, estimated each 1.47ct & 1.57ct (2)

294. Round-cut ruby, 0.50ct approx

£50-100 £80-120 £40-80

295. Six assorted diamonds, round brilliant-cut, each 0.10ct, clarity SI, colour H-J £150-200

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296. Round brilliant-cut diamond, 1.25ct approx, clarity I2, colour G-H £800-1200

297. Pair of similar diamonds, round brilliant-cut, each 0.25ct approx, clarity I1, colour H-I £100-150 298. Pair of similar round brilliant-cut diamonds, each 0.30ct approx, clarity I1, colour G-H £100-150 299. Pair of fancy yellow diamonds, round brilliant-cut, each 0.20ct, clarity SI £60-100 300. Round brilliant-cut diamond, 0.93ct approx, clarity I1-2, colour H-I £600-900

END OF DAY ONE SALE

The next specialist Watch Sale will be held on the 23rd October 2019

The next Jewellery Sale will be held on Wednesday 25th September 2019

2019 Calendar of Sales can now be viewed at www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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Thursday 27th June 2019 at 11am

Lots will be shown via video screen in the Blue Room

SILVER & BIJOUTERIE 301. George V silver twin handled wine bucket, with reeded rim decoration, maker C W Fletcher & Son, Sheffield 1931, 5.5" high, 4.75" diameter, 16.3oz t £140-180 302. George III silver cream jug, maker Asprey & Co. Ltd, London 1770, 4" high, 2.3oz t, together with a silver cream boat, raised on three hoof feet, London makers and date marks worn, 3" high, 6.5" long, 5oz t (2) £80-120 303. George VI small silver bowl, maker Adie Bros. Ltd, Birmingham 1936, 2.25" high, 3.75" diameter; together with another small silver bowl by George Unite, Birmingham 1921, 2" high, 3.5" diameter, 3.5oz t total (2) £40-60 304. Two similar small square pierced silver dishes, one by J Bosek & Co, the other by Joseph Gloster Ltd, both Birmingham, 1918 and 1917 respectively, 3" square, 2.3oz t total (2) £30-50

305. George III silver sifter, maker Thomas and Jabez Daniell, London 1773, 5" high; together with a George V silver twin handled porringer by Thomas Bradbury & Sons Ltd Sheffield 1935, 2" high, 4.5" wide including handles, 6.8oz t total (2) £80-120 28

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308 306. Victorian silver pot pourri bowl, with foliate engraved decoration, maker Walter & John Barnard, London 1880, 3.25" high, 4.5" diameter, 7.9oz t £70-100 307. Good Victorian silver coffee pot, with engraved scrolling shell and acanthus leaf decoration featuring a coat of arms and hinged lid with rose head finial, maker W.M for Lambert & Rawlings, London 1854, 7" high, 13.8oz t £180-220 308. George IV silver wine funnel, maker's mark rubbed, possibly Charles Fox II, London 1827, 5.5" long, 2.9oz t £80-120

309. George III helmet shaped silver cream jug, with engraved monogram cartouche, maker George Burrows, London 1798, 4.5" high; together with a plain silver cream jug by Israel Freeman & Son Ltd. London 1932, 4.5" high, 8.3oz t total (2) £80-120 310. George V Irish silver sporting trophy, with Celtic decoration banding and dragon head handles, horse racing presentation text to the side dated 1930, maker West & Son, Dublin 1929, 8.5" high, 17.4oz t £150-250


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312. Pair of George IV Irish fiddle silver serving spoons, maker Christopher Eades, Dublin 1823, 12.5" long, 9.4oz t total (2) £100-150

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321 317. William IV silver snuff box, with plain reeded decoration and interior gilded foliate and floral pierced grille maker Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1830, 2.5" wide, 1.6oz t; together with a Victorian silver vesta case by Alfred Taylor, Birmingham 1854, 2.25" wide, 1.2oz t (2) £80-120

313. George II silver tankard, maker John Payne, London 1760, also marked M*W to underside, 5" high, 13.5oz t £200-300

318. William IV silver vinaigrette, with dedication message on the lid dated 1845, maker Francis Clark, Birmingham 1841, 3.25" wide 3.3oz t; together with a silver plated example with gilded interior, 3.25" wide (2) £60-100

315. George III silver beaded serving spoon, maker George Smith III, London 1781, 12" long, together with a fiddle silver serving spoon, maker Thomas Wallis & Jonathan Hayne, London 1812, 12" long, 7.6oz t total (2) £100-150

320. Victorian silver snuff box, with foliate repousse decorated border around the hinged lid enclosing a gilded interior, maker Thomas Edwards, London 1857, 2.75" wide, 2.4oz t £60-100

314. Two similar silver serving spoons, one by Thomas Whipham and the other Samuel Holmes, both London, 1803 and 1795, both 12" long, 7oz t total (2) £100-150

316. George III silver serving ladle, maker Millidge and Son, Edinburgh 1819, 14" long, 6.2oz t £80-120

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319. Victorian silver vinaigrette, with foliate engraved decoration around a personalised presentation cartouche, ‘Thos Berry’ 1867 with a gilded interior, maker E&D, Birmingham 1865, 2.5" wide, 2.3oz t £60-100

321. Large William IV silver snuff box, with repousse floral decoration around and gilded interior bearing a presentation text dated 1834, maker Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1833, 3.25" wide, 4.2oz t £80-120 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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322. Nathaniel Mills rectangular silver gilt vinaigrette, with engine turned exterior decoration and foliate pierced interior grille, Birmingham 1832, 1.5" wide, 0.9oz t £150-250 323. Nathaniel Mills silver vinaigrette, with engraved decoration and plain cartouche with gilded foliate pierced grille to the interior, Birmingham 1853, 1.75" wide, 1oz t £150-250 324. Six matched Victorian silver dinner forks, 7.75" long; together with six matched silver dessert forks, 6.75" long, 20.2oz t, (12) £160-220

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325. Collection of assorted silver spoons, including a Victorian table spoon, 8.75" long, six dessert spoons, entree spoons and a teaspoon, 15.6oz t total £120-180 326. Nine similar silver fiddle table spoons, William IV period and later examples, eight monogrammed to handle, 9.5" long, 21.8oz t total (9) £150-250 327. Edwardian silver stilton scoop, with plain bone handle, maker Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1905, 9" long; together with a miniature silver mounted glass decanter and silver Scotch and whisky bottle labels (4) £60-100 328. George III silver open salt and mustard with blue glass liner, both with reeded border raised on four ball feet, 3.5" wide, 7.4oz t silver (2) £80-120 329. Set of three Victorian miniature silver bowls, with engraved borders and swag decoration, maker Josiah Williams & Co, London 1883, 1.5" high,4.3oz t (3) £50-80 330. Collection of assorted silver sugar nips, including Georgian examples and later, 8.4oz t (8) £80-120

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331. Four similar 20th Century plain silver cigarette cases, all with gilt interiors, two Birmingham makers and two Chester, 11.3oz t total (4) £80-120 332. Three similar Art Deco engine turned cigarette cases, all with gilt interiors, two Birmingham makers and one Chester, 1924, 1929 and 1913, 9.8oz t total (3) £80-120 333. Three similar Art Deco period engine turned silver cigarette cases, each with gilt interior, one appearing new/old stock, Birmingham makers,10.4oz t total (3) £80-120 334. Victorian silver cigarette case, with foliate engraved decoration around a monogrammed cartouche, maker A & J Zimmerman Ltd, Birmingham 1895, 3" wide; together with four further silver cigarette cases including Art Deco period, 12.4oz t total (5) £80-120


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344 335. Silver purse, with bottom hinged opening and on a white metal chain, maker Samuel M Levi, Birmingham 1918, 3.5" wide; together with another silver purse with engraved floral swag decoration by Boots Pure Drug Company, 1918, 2.9oz t total (2) £40-80

336. George V silver note case, the slim tapered case enclosing five ivory division plates and a propelling pencil, maker G H James & Co, London 1912, 3" high; together with a Georgian silver vesta case and small pill box stamped 925, 3.1oz t total silver £60-100 337. S. Mordan & Co. silver combination propelling pencil, fountain pen and folding knife, with foliate engraved detail around, 3.5" long; S Mordan & Co. white metal combination pencil and fountain pen and other related items (8) £80-120

338. Assorted silver flatware, including sugar tongs, grape shears, sifting spoon, gravy spoon, toddy ladle and pickle fork, Victorian period and later, 9.9oz t total (6) £80-120

339. Pair of Edwardian silver napkin rings, engraved and initialled with wavy shaped rims, maker Rolason Brothers, Chester 1903; together with three further pairs of late 20th Century silver napkin rings by London makers, 5.9oz t (8) £60-80

340. Four pairs of Art Deco and 20th Century silver napkin rings, 6.7oz t (8) £60-100 341. Eight assorted silver napkin rings, mostly Victorian and Edwardian, 7.4oz t total (8) £70-100

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345 342. Victorian fiddle caddy spoon, maker John Walton, Newcastle 1856, 5.5" long; together with a smaller silver scallop shell shape caddy spoon and a sterling silver sifting spoon, 1.6oz t total (3) £40-60 343. Matched Set of six silver coffee spoons, maker P P & T Ltd, Birmingham, three 1932 and three 1935; together with four walker and Hall silver teaspoons with crossed golf club emblem to the handles, 4.1oz t total £30-50

344. Early Victorian silver christening cup, with scrolling handle and gilded interior, maker initials rubbed, London 1837, 4.5" high, 4.8oz t £50-80

345. George VI silver three piece tea set, comprising teapot, cream jug and twin handled sucrier, maker E B, Birmingham 1947, teapot 5" high with hardwood scrolling handle and turned finial, 27.3oz t total £200-300 346. Pair of neo-classical style small silver scallop side dishes, raised on three ball feet, maker William Suckling Ltd, Birmingham 1960, 4" across, 2.8oz t (2) £30-50

347. George III oval silver teapot on stand, with engraved borders and swag blank cartouche, the pot with a scrolling hardwood handle and finial, the stand raised on four ball and claw feet, maker William Stalker & John Mitchison, Newcastle 1782, 5" high including stand, 15.6oz t £250-350 348. Art Deco engine turned silver dressing table brush, comb and mirror set, maker William Comyns & Sons Ltd. London 1947, mirror 10" long (4) £30-50 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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356. George V silver cream jug, in boat shape with scrolling handle raised on three shell and hoof feet, 3" high, together with two similar slender silver cream jugs raised on three feet, London and Chester makers, 7.7oz t total (3) £60-100 379

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349. Assorted cased silver and plated flatware, including a cased set of six silver Art Deco coffee spoons by Angora Silver Plate Co, cased silver dessert spoon and fork duo, cased plated guilloche coloured coffee spoons; also five silver mustard spoons £40-80 350. Victorian twin handled silver porringer, with repousse half fluted decoration and reeded band, featuring a vacant cartouche, maker Maurice Freeman, London 1899, 2.75" high, 6.5" across, 5.4oz t £40-60

351. George V Silver bowl, maker James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1924, with wavy moulded shaped rim and gilt interior, 2.25" high, 4.25" diameter, together with a sterling 925 rectangular tray by Bailey, Banks & Biddle Co. 7oz t total (2) £60-80

352. Victorian silver triform dish, with repousse foliate decoration raised on three scrolling feet, maker Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1896, 6.5" across, 4.8oz t £40-60 353. Pair of Victorian repousse silver open mustards, maker Minshull & Latimer, Birmingham 1896, together with seven assorted silver teaspoons, three eastern white metal souvenir teaspoons, silver mounted pearlescent shell candle holder, silver thimble, toddy ladle, small baby's rattle and silver pin of the Robertson Clan crest £40-80

354. Pair of George III pierced silver wine coasters, London 1787, makers mark indistinct, 4.75" diameter £150-250 355. Georgian silver scallop shape serving ladle, London hallmarks, other marks heavily worn, 14" long, 5.4oz t £60-100

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357. Edwardian pierced square silver dish, maker Henry Williamson Ltd, Birmingham 1906, 4.25" across, together with a Barker Brothers of Birmingham small reeded silver candlestick and a Charles Westwood and Sons baize cushioned bijouterie box with machine engraved hinged lid (3) £60-100

358. Victorian silver circular lidded box, heavily emboossed with floral decoration around vacant cartouches, monogrammed to the lid cartouche, maker William Hutton & Sons, London 1891, 2.5" high, together with a James Dixon & Sons of Sheffield art deco silver sifter, 5.5" high, 7.6oz t total (2) £60-100

359. Small collection of silver and white metal bijouterie boxes including a gilt vinaigrette, powder compact, oval lidded box and further rectangular vinaigrette, together with a small white metal planished box and a miniature green baize lined box (6) £50-80 360. Edwardian repousse silver vesta box, raised on four ball feet, maker William Davenport, Birmingham 1907, 2.5" across, together with a later Asprey London hinged silver vesta box, a further smaller plain silver vesta box and Chinese white metal vesta decorated with a figural interior scene and bamboo, 3.4oz t total (4) £50-80 361. Three late Victorian and Edwardian silver vesta cases, one plain example, Birmingham 1886 and two smaller foliate engraved examples 1898 and 1910, 1.6oz t, together with a larger EPNS example (4) £50-80 362. Three Victorian and later silver vesta cases, one heavily textured diagonal moulded, London 1887, one bearing an enamel applied union jack, Birmingham 1913 and a machine engraved example, Birmingham 1903, 2.8oz t total (3) £50-80 363. Matched pair of George V five bar silver toast racks, maker William Hutton & Sons, Birmingham 1911 and 1912, 3" high, together with a lancet shaped seven bar silver toast rack by Barker Brothers, Birmingham 1935, 5.4oz t total (3) £60-80

364. Russian 84 sterling saucer, Moscow 1891, engraved with flowers, 5" diameter, together with a small repousse wine taster believed Spanish, an Edwardian silver caddy spoon with figural scene decoration and and Edwardian silver chamber stick, 6.2oz t total (4) £50-80


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365. Pair of Edwardian silver napkin rings, maker Henry Moreton, Birmingham 1926, together with a pair of oval silver napkin rings by Carrs of Sheffield, 1998, 3.7oz t total (4) £40-60

366. Masonic interest - white metal oval pendant medallion with the 'Audi, Tace, Vide' crest, 2.25", together with an Art Deco pierced silver belt buckle, Birmingham 1975, 3" across (2) £30-50

367. Pair of miniature silver cruets, maker E J Houlston, Birmingham 1926, 2" high, together with Georgian white metal seal wax container with monogram seal to each end (3) £40-60

368. Four Victorian and later silver vesta cases, three with foliate engraved decoration, one plain with applied enamel St Andrews Cross flag, 3oz t total (4) £50-80 369. Victorian twin-handled rectangular silver drinks tray, maker Hukin & Heath, London 1897, 10" across, 13.8oz t £120-180

370. Neo classical style silver repousse strut photo frame, with blue baize back and cherubs in various pursuits around, 10" high, 7.5" across, maker S S, London 1985, together with a cased set of six silver handled dessert forks by Harrison Brothers of Sheffield, 1973 £50-80 371. Collection of ten Art Deco silver hinged bangles, largest width 1.5", 9.6oz t total; also a 935 silver stone set link bracelet. (11) £60-100

372. Collection of twelve assorted hallmarked silver napkin rings, 7.6oz t total (12) £60-100 373. Pair of Victorian salts, with wavy flared rims raised on three feet, maker Thomas Hayes, Birmingham, together with a George VI silver egg cup and a Georgian style white metal cream jug (4) £50-80

374. Pair of Victorian silver circular salts, with rope twist rims and repousse leaf decoration raised on three hoof feet, 2.5" across, maker Henry Holland, London 1883, together with a Victorian lidded silver mustard, with blue glass liner by Henry Wilkinson & Co, Sheffield 1885, 6.8oz t silver total (3) £60-80

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375. Victorian Scottish silver mounted toddy ladle, with hardwood twist handle, maker A M & Co. Edinburgh 1876, 7.25" long together with an Ivory and white metal mounted ladle and two silver scissor sugar nips (4) £50-80 376. Victorian silver mounted bone letter opener, Birmingham 1892, 13" long, together with a silver handled neoclassical letter knife by Harrison Brothers, and a plain James Dixon & Sons letter knife (3) £50-80 377. George V silver gilt and guilloche blue enamelled cigarette case, maker Turner & Simpson, Birmingham 1935, 3.5" x 2.75" together with a similar machine engraved and guilloche enamelled circular powder compact (2) £80-120 378. Cased set of three silver Ter-century medals commemorating 300 years of The Royal Observatory at the National Maritime Museum, each of a limited run of 1000, all depicting Flamsteed House at Greenwich and images verso of The Armillary Sphere, John Harrison's first marine timekeeper of 1735 and The Ramsden Sextant, struck by the Royal Mint, maker JRC, London 1975, 9.6oz t total (3) £80-120 379. Silver childs bell rattle with whistle and teething ring, with repousse bands and bells (lacking one bell) £40-80 380. Edwardian silver plated fold flat sandwich box, by Mumford Silversmith, Tiverton, with gilded engraved monogram to the hinged lid, 1.5" high, 5.25" wide £30-50 381. George VI silver tulip vase, maker Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1938, 7.5" high, together assorted silver plated items including repousse raised fruit bowl with glass liner, cruet set with blue glass liners, shaker with spoons, tea straining rest £30-50 382. Small collection of silver plated flatware, to include fiddle serving spoons, ladle, small mustard with blue glass liner and spoon, pair of knife rests and assorted souvenir teaspoons. Also set of eighteen gold plated souvenir teaspoons with camel handles £20-40

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385. Child's silver and coral rattle with whistle and teether, 6" long £40-80 386-389 NO LOT

ANTIQUE & DECORATIVE TABLE SMALLS 390. Cut glass and prism drop five sconce chandelier, 25" drop £40-80 383

391. George III sampler by Mary Mitchell dated 1810, worked with verse, animals and floral devices within strawberry filled borders, mounted in a modern frame, 16" x 13" £80-120 392. George III sampler by Eliza Gould, worked with verse, birds and animals, flowers and trees within strawberry filled borders, rosewood frame, 14.5" x 16" overall (some faults) £60-100

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393. George III sampler by Eliza Yates dated 1793, worked with alphabet, numbers and verse within a strawberry filled border, 12.5" x 10.5" £60-100 394. George III sampler dated 1810, worked with the alphabet, birds around a font and trees, 23.5" x 10.5" £60-100 395. William IV sampler dated October 1833, 18.5" x 9.5" £50-80

396. George III sampler by Emily Mizer, aged 7, December 1818, worked with the alphabet and birds within a rose border, 20" x 17" £60-100 398 383. 19th century silver plated samovar in the manner of Elkington, the circular body embossed with a foliate rim and fitted with two side handles and a tap over a turned column to the square shaped base supported upon claw and ball feet, 16" high £70-100

384. Quantity of silver plated items including oval gallery tray, 20" across, on four ball feet, pair of plated wine coasters, an Embassy hard soldered wine bucket, dust pan and brush, tankard; also a stilton scoop, pickle fork and pair of knife rests £40-60 34

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397. Victorian sampler by Charlotte Moxham, aged 9 years, 1868, worked with the alphabet, birds and plants around a house front, 19" x 17" £50-80

398. Sampler by Ann Elge, aged 11, worked with the alphabet, animals and plant life £50-80 399. NO LOT

400. Large brass model horse, 31" high £220-280


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GRAMOPHONES

401. Geisha by C. Gilbert & Co Limited portable gramophone, within black leatherette carry case, complete with sound box and crank handle, 9" high, 13.5" wide, 16" deep £30-50

402. Dansette Monarch portable mains gramophone, within hinged green vinyl covered carry case, 9" high, 18" wide, 19.5" deep £20-40 403. Gilbert portable gramophone, within a blue vinyl covered carry case; together with Gilbert sound box (at fault) and crank handle, 8.5" high, 14" wide, 19" deep £50-80 404. Columbia no. 109 portable gramophone in black leatherette carry case, complete with Columbia sound box, 6.5" high, 11.5" wide, 15" deep £40-60

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405. HMV model 130 salon gramophone, within a stepped oak square case with hinged lid over front grille, 14.5" high, 18" wide, with HMV no. 5A sound box and crank handle £80-120

406. HMV model 102 portable gramophone, in green leatherette carry case, complete with HMV no. 5A sound box and crank handle, 6.5" high, 11.5" wide, 17" deep £80-120

407. HMV 102 portable gramophone, in black leatherette carry case, complete with HMV no. 5B sound box and crank handle, 6.5" high, 11.5" wide, 16.5" deep £80-120

408. HMV 101B portable gramophone, within black leatherette carry case, complete with HMV no. 4 sound box and crank handle, 6" high, 11.5" wide, 16" deep £40-60

409. HMV 100 portable gramophone, in black leatherette carry case, 6" high, 11.5" wide, 16.5" deep, with HMV exhibition sound box (at fault) and replaced Meltrope sound box; together with a small tin of HMV Loud Tone needles, an incomplete packet of High Fidelity long playing needles and original (at fault) carry handle £30-50

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410. Three historic 78 rpm vinyl records including King George V silver jubilee message to the Empire, 1935, together with six vinyl albums of 78 rpm records to include Parlophone, Decca, HMV etc. Also a small collection of vintage The Gramophone magazines £50-100

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411. Greek Icon of The Virgin and Child, polychrome and gilt decorated, on a hardwood panel, 12" high, 8" wide £40-80 412. Good Late 18th century six drawer telescope by Dollond, London, stamped, 78" extended, within original mahogany case £400-600

413. Victorian mahogany collectors cabinet of ten specimen drawers, enclosed behind a long hinged door, 14" high 19" wide and 13" deep

Provenance - Henning, John (1771-1851) originally housing reproduction plaster casts after the Elgin Marbles £250-350

414. 19th century bronze circular ashtray, the turnkey falling base with a pierced decorative grille above and open circular recess below, 9" across £70-100

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412 415. Antique brass and cut glass square hall lantern, 24" high overall £200-400

416. Dutch style apprentice miniature walnut bombé bureau bookcase, the shaped cornice over a single glazed door, fall front and two drawers upon claw feet, 12" wide, 24" high £120-180


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421. 19th century Pratt Ware figure of a seated cobbler entitled 'Jobson', 6.5" high and two small Pratt Ware figures of seated ladies with baskets of flowers; also a Continental standing figure of a portly gentleman holding a shield, 8.5" high and a seated figure of an old lady pouring a drink, 6.5" high (5) £60-100

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417. Georgian style miniature serpentine mahogany chest of drawers, with six small drawers each with boxwood banding upon ogee bracket feet, 17.25" wide, 9.5" deep, 17.75" high £120-180 418. Walter Tyndale R.I. - 'An Artist in Italy', no. 162/250 copies, signed by the artist, Hodder & Stoughton publishers, printed by T & A Constable £150-250 419. John Bunyan - 'The Pilgrim's Progress, from This World to That Which is Come', with notes by the Reverend Robert Maguire, D.D, illustrated by H.C. Selous, Esquire and M. Paolo Priolo, Cassell & Company Limited, with personalised dedication inside dated 20th December 1886 £40-60 420. Good decorative brass and toleware table lamp, modelled as a Classical column painted with stylised gilt decoration, upon a stepped square base, 36" high including shade £100-200

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422. Continental porcelain figure of a washer woman, 5.5" high; also two other Continental porcelain figures, one modelled as a winged figure playing the violoncello and the other as a flower girl (3) £60-100

423. Continental porcelain group modelled with two budgerigars perched upon a tree stump, 9" high (a.f); also another Continental porcelain group modelled with a romantic couple kissing, a birdcage by their side and upon a floral encrusted base, (a.f).5" high (2) £60-100 424. Pair of Minton caché pots, painted with reserves of birds within gilded foliate borders and upon sky blue powdered grounds, 5.5" high (at fault) £80-120

425. Early 19th century English porcelain vase decorated with a portrait of George IV, with pierced trellis neck, swan neck handles and upon a marbled base, 11.75" high £150-250

426. Rare Swansea porcelain Queen Victoria coronation commemorative mug circa 1838, the sides inscribed with dates of her birth, proclamation and coronation, transfer printed in puce with two busts and flowering foliage, of waisted form, 3.5" high (sold with a purchase receipt from Roger de Ville Antiques); also a King George IV commemorative lustre mug and three various other commemorative jugs (5) £200-300 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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431 427. Sevres 'Chateau de Fontainbleau' cabinet plate, painted to the centre with a peasant family in an interior and painted to the sides with reserves of rural buildings by lakesides, within gilded borders upon a blue celeste ground, 9.75" diameter; also a Continental cylindrical vase painted with a reserve of ladies gathering crops in a field, upon a cobalt blue gilded ground, 5.5" high (2) £80-120 428. Dresden square reticulated dish decorated in the 'Onion' pattern, 7.75" square max £30-50 429. Wemyss Quaich decorated with strawberries to the inside and outside of the body, 7.75" wide overall £40-80

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430. Wemyss circular pot and cover decorated with cabbage roses, 3.75" diameter; also a Wemyss ring tree decorated with flowering foliage, 3" high and a vesta box container stamped F. Goode & Co decorated with cabbage roses (3) £70-100 431. Wemyss bullet shaped teapot and cover, decorated to the sides with yellow flowers and foliage, 5" high overall £60-100 432. Two unmarked Wemyss type seated cats with thistle painted decoration, 6" high; also two similar recumbent hounds, one marked Plichta and the other with floral decoration, and a Plichta bear group, 4.25" high (5) £50-100 433. Small quantity of various damaged Wemyss ware, including heart shaped tray, seated cat and two pigs etc £60-100


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440 434. Wemyss for T. Goode & Co heart shaped double inkwell, decorated with cabbage roses, 7" wide £50-100

435. Two similar Plichta seals, decorated with thistles and foliage, 7" high (2) £40-80 436. Plichta seated cat set with green eyes and painted with blue flowers and foliage, 10.5" high £80-120 437. Large Plichta seated pig decorated with clover, 17" long overall £100-200

438. Late 17th century Dutch Delft portrait charger painted to the centre with William III, of lobed form with wavy rim, 13.75" diameter; also an early 18th century English Delft polychrome plate, painted to the centre with a figure in an Oriental landscape and to the border with flowers and foliage, 13.5" diameter (both at fault) (2) £200-400

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439. 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 £20-40 440. Chamberlain Worcester Warwick type porcelain vase, with gilt vine handles, painted with reserves of exotic birds in trees on an apple green ground, upon a square grey marbled base, 5.75" high £250-350 441. Royal Doulton figure - Negligee, HN 1219, designed by A Leslie Harradine, 5" high £200-300 442. Delft blue and white baluster vase decorated with alternating panels of chinoiserie figures and landscapes, 9.25" high £60-100

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450 451 448. Pair of small Royal Worcester bottle vases painted with roses, stamped no. 2491; also another pair of Royal Worcester baluster vases painted with panels of flowers, stamped no. 162, 3.25" high (4) £60-100

444 444. 19th century Delft blue and white shallow bowl, decorated overall with stylised foliage within a wavy rim, marked to the base B:P.410, 11.5" diameter £50-80 445. Royal Worcester baluster vase signed Lewis and painted with pink roses, no. 2431 marked to the base, 8.25" high; also another small Royal Worcester ovoid pedestal vase painted with roses, no. 2260 marked to base, 5.75" high (long crack to body) (2) £50-80

446. Royal Worcester trumpet pedestal vase, painted with roses and supported upon a circular base with three lion paw feet, 9.25" high; also another Royal Worcester circular reticulated vase painted with roses, upon a splayed foot, 5" diameter max (2) £70-100

447. Pair of small Staffordshire globe containers and lids, encrusted with flowers upon a gilded cobalt blue ground, 5" high; also two small Staffordshire Imari pattern coffee cups (4) £40-80 40

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449. Small Royal Worcester plate painted by and signed James Stinton, 1923, 6.25" diameter; also a small Royal Worcester baluster vase painted with sheep by and signed E. Barker, stamped no. 2491, 4.5" high and another Worcester Locke & Co vase painted with a pheasant by and signed W. Stinton, no. 469, 4" high (3) £60-100

450. Royal Worcester jug painted with roses and moulded in relief with foliage, of tapered banded form, no. 1047, 9" high £50-80

451. Royal Worcester pedestal ewer of slender baluster form painted with roses, 12" high £60-90

452. Royal Worcester fine bone china cabinet plate painted to the centre with a still life of fruit and signed S. Weston, upon a stylised foliate gilded burgundy ground, 10.5" diameter; also another similar plate painted with a reserve of fruit to the centre by M. Morris upon a stylised foliate gilded apple green ground, 10.5" diameter (2) £60-100

453. 19th century Stobwasser style circular snuff box and cover, decorated with a tavern scene, 4.75" diameter, rectangular horn snuff box inlaid with mother of pearl, oval enamel patch box inscribed Windsor Toy, Pratt Ware 'Blind Man's Buff' jar and cover and a plated circular pill box, all at fault (5) £50-80


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Large Nailsea green glass egg shaped door dump, 7" high; also three similar green glass bullet shaped door dumps and a paperweight (5) £50-80 455.

Two similar globe and shaft antique wine bottles, both 6" high; also another antique green glass flask, 11" long (3) £60-100 456.

18th/19th century drinking glass with trumpet bowl supported upon a straight stem and circular foot, 7.5" high; also an antique cordial glass with coloured spiral twist stem, 4.5" high (2) £50-80 457.

Small selection of late 19th and early 20th century cut, moulded and engraved drinking glasses (7) £40-60

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458. Small selection of various interesting antique and later drinking glasses, some with air twist stems (14) £150-250

459. George III glass goblet, the rim engraved with a continuous band of flowering foliage over a fluted bowl supported upon a knopped turned stem with silver English coin dated 1787 to the folded stepped foot, 7" high £120-180

460. Set of six Marquis of Bath drinking glasses, with finely engraved foliate bowls supported upon hexagonal baluster stems and circular feet, 5" high; also a pair of smaller similar glasses, 4" high, another pair of glasses and an antique cordial glass, 4" high (11) £100-150 461. Victorian cranberry baluster jug, probably Stourbridge, with frosted entwined handle and collar, 8.5" high; also a smaller cranberry jug, 6.75" high and a cranberry baluster vase, 7.25" high (3) £60-100

462. Victorian cranberry, green and white glass table epergne, with one central trumpet vase over three smaller vases with green glass stems, also with three bobbin moulded scrolling stems, supported upon a wavy bowl base, 22.25" high £100-150 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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463. Bimini Art Deco smoky and opaline figural glass decanter and six spirit glasses, each featuring the stem of an opaline mermaid, the decanter with the mermaid to the interior and stopper finial, the decanter 9.5" high, the glasses 3.5" high (7) £200-300 464. Silver and multi-coloured gemstone necklace, 41" long, with matching ear pendants £20-30 465. Pair of carved stone busts of an African male and female, signed D. Miambo, 4.5" high; together with a carved hardwood figure of an African boy, 10.5" high (3) £40-80

466. 19th century white metal and tortoiseshell box inset with a painted miniature portrait of a lady, 2.75" wide; together with a leather box painted with a squirrel 2" diameter (2) **From the estate of Lady Dodds £60-80

467. Three carved Florentine frames, 12.5" high, two set with mirrors, one enclosing a porcelain plaque painted with a bust of a lady, 3.5" x 2.5", inscription verso (3) £300-400 468. Collection of twenty carved onyx eggs; together with two carved stone bunches of grapes £40-80

469. After Jean Antoine Houdon (French, 1741-1828) - 'The Kiss returned', cast bronze group with gilt metal mounts on a grey marble plinth and square marble socle, signed 'Houdon' to the bronze, 19th century, 10.5" high £100-150 42

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471 470. Rhead - Description of the Body of Man, inscibed 'by Tho. Cotes, and are to be sold by Michael Sparke at The Bleu Bible in Greene Arbor, 1634' ; also another antique book entitled 'The New Book of Knowledge, printed for A. Wilde, in Aldergate-Street, sold by the booksellers in Town & Country.M.DCC.LVIII', both books in generally poor condition (2)

*This lot is sold with a letter from George Bayntun dated 26th February 1987 concerning options for restoring Rhead's - Description of the Body of Man. In the letter he states 'This must be a valuable book. No copy has been sold at auction since 1937, when it made four pounds and ten shillings' £100-200 471. Beatrix Potter - The Tale of Samuel Whiskers or The Roly-Poly Pudding, inscribed inside 'With kind regards to Lena Giddings from Beatrix Potter, Aug.16.33' £100-150


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475 472. Pair of fine English early 19th century percussion turnover pistols by Samuel Nock, London, 3.5" barrels with London proof marks, engraved signed boxlock with folding trigger, rounded chequered butt having vacant silver escutcheon and scroll engraved butt cap, 8.25 long overall; with the original mahogany fitted box bearing the trade label, the box 12.5" wide £1500-2500

473. Pair of fine English flintlock pistols by William Bond, London, 5.25" barrels stamped Lombard St. London, the barrel mounted to the fore with a sprung hinged 3.5" bayonet, rounded carved chequered butt, 11 long overall; with the original mahogany fitted box bearing the trade label, the box 12.25" wide £1500-2500

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475. Nikon S3 rangefinder camera, no. 6305204, marked Nippon Kogaku, Tokyo, with Nikkor-S 1:1.4 f=5cm Nippon Kogaku Japan lens no. 401687 £80-120

476. Nikkormat FT SLR camera, chrome, serial no. 3128156, with Nippon Kogaku Nikkor-H auto 1:2 f=50mm lens no. 646850; Also a Nikon EM M90 SLR camera, black, serial no. 6478005, with Nikon Nikkor 135mm 1:3.5 lens mo. 222349 (2) £60-100

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477. Nikon FE2 35mm SLR camera, chrome, serial no. 2217128, made in Japan, with a Sigma zoom-master 1:28-4 f=35-70mm lens no. 1002052; Also a Vivitar 1:28mm close focus wide angle lens no. 28514716 and Vivitar automatic tele converter. Also a Nikon MD-12 motordrive. All within a fitted steel carry case, 16" wide (5) £50-80 478. Sedan style clock with fusee verge movement, unsigned, inset into a walnut and brass pillared stepped case, surmounted by a fluted arched pediment 9.5" high £150-250 479. 19th century boxwood snuff container with foliate engraved hinged brass mounts, 5.25" diameter £40-80 480. Raoul Bernard - bronze bust of Napoleon, upon a square Sienna marble socle, signed, 9.75" high £200-300 481. Interesting late 19th century horn and wooden silver mounted pipe inscribed to the lid Guernsey 1894, A.W. Minson from Martin Bros, A Souvenir, cased £40-80

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483 482. Antique aboriginal stone axe head, 5" wide max; also an aboriginal stone arrowhead, 2" long max (2) £40-80 483. Rare Derbyshire Blue John goblet, the circular bowl upon a tapered stem and circular foot, the bowl 3.5" diameter, 5.25" high £500-800

484. WWII Military issue Kukri with steel blade and wooden handle, the leather scabbard impressed G.W.L Co, 1942, 19" long overall £100-150


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489 485. WWII commando dagger with original leather scabbard, with ring turned bronze handle and 6.5" steel blade, 11" long overall £100-150 486. WWII German P38 leather pistol holster, 10" long £50-80

487. Third Reich SS cuff entitled Reichsfuhrer; also three Nazi uniform lozenge badges (4) £40-80

488. WWII Nazi red cross subordinate dagger, with plated hilt and black plastic grip, the crossed guard centre with German red cross eagle and swastika, with serrated saw back blade with hatchet tip, within a black enamel plated scabbard, 41cm long £150-250 489. WWII Nazi Luftschutz steel helmet with winged logo decal to the front £60-100

490. WWII Nazi German police Tschako helmet, with Nazi eagle alloy badge £20-180

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491 491. Nazi memorabilia including a leather belt and buckle, gilt metal and enamel medal inscribed Deutschen Mutter and inscribed verso 16 Dezember 1938, case, bronze badge, metal pin banner, two arm bands for high ranking officers and some material uniform badges etc £100-200 492. NO LOT 493. Collection of Georgian period and later coins, including shillings, pennies, half pennies, commemorative examples including that of Churchill and proofs of Royal interest, some displayed in an album; medals and tokens etc including the Prince of Wales Investiture medal 1969; also an incomplete collection of Disney World of Postage Stamps £100-200 494. Collection of postage stamps, presented in three albums from around the world and the commonwealth, commemorative editions and an album of first day covers including commemoration of Royal events etc. £60-80

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495. 19th century porcelain plaque, painted with a Tyrolean girl in a mountainous landscape, 4.5" x 3.5", enclosed in a wooden frame carved with edelweiss £80-120 496. 19th century metal plaque with a portrait of a lady in 16th century French dress, 4.5" x 3.5"; together with 19th century porcelain plaque painted with a portrait of a Beatrice Cenci, 3" x 2.5", within a carved wooden strut frame (2) £80-120 497-500 NO LOT

DECORATIVE ARTS 501. John Buchanan of St Ives - studio ceramic vase, of asymmetrical circular form with wide neck rim over an angled body painted with ochre and dark green lines, bearing monogram and stamped 83 to the base, 8.5" high (repaired damage to the foot) £100-200 502. John Buchanan of St Ives - large contemporary studio ceramic vase, with ring turned flaring neck over a square form shaped body with concentric carved decoration, upon a mottled light pink ground, bearing monogram to the base, 16" high (repaired damage to neck rim) £100-200

503. Peter Hayes (born 1946) - pierced white porcelain blade supported by a carved granite sculpture, both mounted upon a rectangular slate plinth, ink signed and dated 2010 underneath and further etched signature to the plinth end, 7.5" high, 7" wide £100-200 46

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503 504. Geoffrey Baxter Whitefriars rectangular orange bark vase, 7.75" high £30-50 505. Lalique frosted glass mascot of lovebirds, 2" high £80-120 506. Lalique frosted glass mascot of a Robin, 3" high £80-120

507. Lalique frosted glass mascot of an owl, 3.5" high £80-120

508. Art glass two handled vase of squat circular form, decorated in orange and yellow hues over a darkened silhouetted base, 7.25" high £30-50


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509. Early 20th century Mintons pottery vase in the Arts & Crafts manner, of tapered cylindrical form with applied open scroll handles, transfer printed and painted with stylised flowers and foliage, 12" high £60-100

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ASIAN WORKS OF ART 511. Chinese porcelain baluster vase decorated with an exotic bird upon prunus, with further flowers in blossom, seal mark to base, 18" high (at fault); together with a Chinese Canton famille rose baluster vase converted into a table lamp, the vase 14" (at fault) (2) £80-120 512. Set of three Chinese blue and white plates, decorated to the centre with children playing in a garden by a house with parental figures, 10" diameter (3) £100-150

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513. 18th century Chinese blue and white shallow bowl, decorated allover with warriors on horseback, bearing character marks to the base, 12.75" diameter (at fault); also with an associated carved hardwood plate stand, 11.5" high (2) £150-250

514. Chinese blue and white cylindrical brush pot, decorated with reserves of a stork in a garden to one side and flowering foliage to the other, within diaper patterned borders, 6" high £100-200 515. Chinese blue and white circular plate decorated to the centre with flowerheads, within a green raised border, 7.25" diameter and a small oriental blue bowl, 5" diameter; also a Japanese Imari plate decorated in typical palette, 8.75" diameter and a pair of Royal Worcester 'reproduction of early Worcester bone china bowls' decorated with chinoiserie figures, 9.5" diameter (5) £50-80

516. Pair of baluster cloisonne vases, decorated with coloured flowers and foliage on a white and gilded cloud ground, upon turned carved wooden socles, 9.5" high overall £60-100

517. Japanese Kutani group modelled as two seated women holding bowls, decorated in typical palette, 6" high; also a green soapstone figure modelled as Hotei, 7" high (2) £50-80 518. Interesting antique miniature articulated ivory figure, 2" high, boxed (at fault) ; also seven similar oriental foliate carved ivory cylindrical implements pierced with holes, 4.25" long and three other ivory items (11) £50-80 48

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519. Pair of Chinese blue and white slender baluster vases and covers, decorated overall with flowerheads amidst foliage over lotus leaves to the base, bearing four character mark, 15.5" high (one rim at fault) £200-400

520. 19th century pressed horn circular snuff box and cover decorated overall with Chinese figures in recreational pursuits in garden landscapes, 3.75" diameter; also a carved wooden scholars bowl, 4.75" wide and a pair of Hotei soapstone standing figures upon carved wooden bases, 6.25" and 5.5" high (4) £60-100

521. Japanese cloisonne charger, the centre decorated with a heron in flight over a pond amidst flowering lily pads, within a stylised foliate border, 17" diameter £80-120


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522. Chinese crackle ware blue and white charger, decorated with squirrels in a prunus blossom tree, within a diaper patterned border, 16.25" diameter £150-250 523. Japanese sterling silver rose bowl marked Benten, the hammered textured detail with orchids around, raised on a plain base rim, featuring a separated white metal inner bowl 5" high, 9" diameter (at fault: splits to outer bowl) £100-200 524. Japanese School (19th/20th century) -study of two carp, signed, watercolour on silk, 19.5" x 27.5"

**contained within a decorative carved frame with fishscale and tails incorporated in the design. £150-250

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525. Interesting large blue and white Chinese slender baluster vase (converted to a lamp), with frill rim over the body entwined with a dragon moulded in relief chasing the sacred pearl and painted allover with birds and insects amidst blossom trees over a lake, the base painted with repeating panels of lotus leaves, 24.5" high (without electrical fittings) £500-800

526. Mid 19th century Chinese export black lacquer games box, polychrome and gilt decorated with figures in traditional pagoda landscapes within foliate borders, the lift-off cover revealing six lidded compartments each enclosing numerous mother of pearl and other game counters, with ten further trays, the box of octagonal form upon carved paw feet, 15" wide, 5.5" high (some faults) £300-500 527. Chinese blue silk and foliate damask velvet decorated robe, with long sleeves, signed label to the inner, 40" chest £60-100 528-547 NO LOT

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MINIATURE WORKS OF ART 548. Miniature - pendant portrait miniature of a gentleman set in a yellow metal frame; together with a paste set pendant and locket inset with a portrait of of a child (2) £60-80

549. Two Georgian period miniatures, one of gentleman, watercolour on ivory, set with beads, monogram and hair design verso, 3" x 2.5"; together with a portrait of a lady, watercolour on ivory, 3.25"x 2.5" (2) £150-250 550. Sir John Hayter R.A. (1800 - 1895) - Portrait miniature of "The Hon. Miss Calder", watercolour on ivory, 2.5" x 2" (2)

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**From the estate of Lady Dodds; together with a miniature portrait of the Duchess of St Albans by Sir John Hayter R.A., 2.75" x 2.5", details inside back cover £150-250

ETCHINGS 551. James Abbott McNeill Whistler (1834-1903) - 'The Forge', the scene depicted is at Perros Guirec, Brittany, France, signed with the artist name and the date 1861 within the image also inscribed on an old label verso with the title of the work and the old number 555, said to be an extremely fine impression, black and white dry point etching, 7.75" x 12.75" *See page 12 of Kennedy's book on Whistlers etchings. The Forge was shown at The Liverpool Art Club in 1874 an example is in The Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool and a further example was in the collection of James Guthrie Orchar (1825-1898)

The Forge was originally published in 1871 by Messrs Ellis & Green as part of sixteen etchings of scenes on The Thames an other subjects known more widely as 'The Thames Set'. £500-700

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552. Robin Tanner (1904-1988) - 'June', the outskirts of a village with a hay meadow in the foreground, cottages and haystacks in the distance, inscribed with the artist's name within the margin, in pencil, black and white drypoint etching, 5.5" x 6.5"

**Robin Tanner was an English artist, etcher and print maker. He followed in the visionary tradition of Samuel Palmer and English neo-romanticism. The artist was inspired primarily by Samuel Palmer, particularly his early Shoreham works. Possibly from the edition published in 1928 by Nicholson, however further editions were published by the Print Room in 1974 and by Garton & Cooke, in 1984. The complete set in its original portfolio case is extremely rare and worth in the region of £15000 £250-350

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WATERCOLOURS & WORKS ON PAPER 553. Edward Tucker (1825-1909) - figures boating on a lake with cattle nearby, mountain beyond, signed, watercolour with scratching out, 12.5" x 21.75" £80-120 554. Attributed to Anthony Vandyke Copely Fielding (19th century) 'Helvellyn' drover and cattle on a track beside a lake, mountains in the distance, bears a signature and date 1837, watercolour, 7.25" x 10.5" £60-100 555. John Sutton (b.1935) - 'The Quayside - Mallaig', signed, also inscribed by the artist, pencil and watercolour, 13.75" x 21" £80-120 556. James Gibbs (1792-1842) - The new canal and bridges at Sydney Gardens, Bath, inscribed with the artist's name and his dates within an aperture in the mount, also inscribed on various labels verso, pencil and watercolour, 4.75" x 7" *Provenance: purchased at the 1970 Bath Antiques Fair from Eastbourne Fine Art, similar related views of Sydney Gardens can be found in the Holburne Museum, Bath, drawn by Jacob Spornberg **Ex. collection Mrs L Markes, Pevensey £120-160

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558 557. Thomas Rowlandson (1756-1827) - 'A Glass of Punch', inscribed with the artist name his dates and the title in pencil by a later hand, pen, ink and watercolour, 6" x 4.5" **Christies, ex lot 246, 6th December 2012 £200-400

558. Thomas Rowlandson (1756-1827) - A musician playing a violin with other figures outside an inn and three dogs in a foreground, pen ink and watercolour, 5.5" x 9" £300-500 559. Isaac Cruickshank (1764-1811) - 'The Proper Study of Mankind is Man', inscribed with the title, also inscribed with the artist name and the title on an exhibition label verso, pencil and watercolour, 4.75" x 8.5" ** Provenance with The Fine Art Society Ltd., 148 New Bond Street, London, W1, exhibition date March 1970, no. 9450

** The artist was the father of the famous caricaturist George Cruickshank, Isaac was best known for his social and political satire, a former customs inspector dispossessed for his role in The Jacobite Rising of 1745, he grew up in New North Kirk Parish in Edinburgh and had many hobbies, his first known publications were etchings of Edinburgh produced circa 1784. he and his compatriot James Gillray developed the figure of John Bull, the nationalistic representation of a British Yeoman £100-150

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560. John Varley OWS, (1778-1842) - York from the River Ouse, with cattle and a figure fishing in the foreground, inscribed under the mount, possibly in the artists own hand 'watercolour with wiping out', 5.25" x 725"

**The artist was a close friend of William Blake and he was the older brother of a family of artists which included Cornelius Varley, William Fleetwood Varley and Elizabeth. He travelled extensively and published 'A Treatise on The Principles of Landscape Drawing 1816-1821' and a 'Practical Treatise on the Art of Drawing in Perspective'. He is know to have produced views in and around York as well as many other locations, his pupils included Anthony Vandyke Copley Fielding, David Cox, John Linnell, and William Turner of Oxford. £300-500 561. Peter De Wint (1784-1849) - Cottage amongst trees with washing hanging on a line, indistinctly inscribed and numbered on an old faded label verso, watercolour, 7.75" x 11"

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** Provenance with Thomas Agnew & Sons, 14 Exchange Street, Manchester also London and Liverpool, also entered into sale number 16212 on 23rd September 2008 possibly at Christies or Sotheby's £250-350 562. Richard Peter Howe (1807-1846) - Hilly landscape, indistinctly inscribed possibly 'Melksham, from Valley', pen, ink and sepia wash, 6" x 10" £80-120 563. Thomas Prinsep (1800/1-1849) - coastal harbour scene with shipping, pencil and watercolour, 5" x 6.5"

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**Provenance: with Phillips Auctioneers in Bath, lot 19 in their sale 18th June 1990

**The artist Thomas Levett-Prinsep was born Thomas Levett and became an English land owner in Derbyshire and Staffordshire, he took on the additional name of Prinsep on inheriting his uncle's holding of Croxall Hall. He was born at Wychnor Park, Wychnor, Staffordshire, the third son of Theophilus Levett, he was educated at Eton College, and matriculated at Trinity College, Oxford in 1828 aged 17. He inherited Croxall Hall in Derbyshire in 1835 £300-500

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567 (a pair) 564. Attributed to William and John Cantiloe Joy (19th century) - Falcon or Kestrel R.Y.S. (Royal Yacht Squadron) and other vessels in a rough sea, inscribed verso by a later hand, 'Lord Yarborough 1st Commodore', watercolour with wiping out, 11" x 16" £300-400 565. William Henry Haseler (fl. 1815-1820) - A view of Sidmouth from the east, signed and dated 1817, pencil and watercolour with wiping out, 10.25" x 15.25" **With Bonhams 23rd September 2008, 18th & 19th Watercolour Sale, the price £960 £100-150

566. English School (19th century) - A coastal scene with figures in the foreground and boats and cottages in the distance, watercolour and gouache, heightened with white, 9.5" x 13.5" £80-120

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567. Major Henry George Gandy, D.S.O. O.B.E. (1879 1950) - beach scene with palm trees, waves breaking on the shoreline, also a companion, street scene with figures beside a sunlit gateway, possibly India or Burma, both signed, watercolours, each 9.25" x 17" (a pair) £200-300 568. Richard Principal Leitch (1826-1882) - harbour scene with figures and boats, buildings beyond, signed and dated 188?, watercolour, 7.25" x 14.25" £200-300

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571 569. Arthur H. Enock (Ex. 1882-1912) - 'Boreham Mill, Battle, Sussex' signed, also inscribed on an old label verso, watercolour, 9.25" x 13.25" £40-80

570. John White R.B.A. R.I (1851-1933) - 'Blossoms, Branscombe, Devon', a landscape with a young girl and child standing beside a stream, another figure nearby and cottages beyond, signed also inscribed with the title verso possibly by a later hand, watercolour and gouache, 11" x 17.5" £150-250 571. Charles Branwhite (1817-1880) - 'A Foggy Morning, Winter', signed and dated '62 (1862), also inscribed on the artist original label verso with the title of the work and numbered 6, watercolour and gouache, possibly on tinted paper, 24.5" x 40" ** The artist was born in Bristol and was taught by the Bristol painter William James Muller (1812-1845), he exhibited both locally and nationally and specialised in winter landscapes. £250-300 54

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572. Jane Johnson (b. 1951) - 'Little Nancy Etticoat, with a White Petticoat, and a Red Nose, She Has No Feet or Hands the Longer She Stands the Shorter She Grows', inscribed on an exhibition label verso, watercolour, 6.5" x 6.25"; together with a further small oval vignette portraying a child with an elderly lady in an interior, the child holding a candle, 2" x 2.5" (mounted and framed together)

*Provenance: with Chris Beetles Limited English Watercolours, 10, Ryder Street, St James's, London SW1Y 6PY, the exhibition entitled The Illustrators (The British Art of Illustration 1800-1986) November 10th-December 5th 1986, no. 60. This is the illustration for a book of nursery riddles by Jane Johnson published by A & C Black, London 1984. The artist was born in London and studied French at the university of East Anglia, graduating in 1973, she then worked as a designer of children's books, first for Hodder & Stoughton (1974-1976) and subsequently for Jonathan Cape Ltd (19761981), she is a successful illustrator of books, magazines and greetings cards £200-300 573-574 NO LOT


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575. Attributed to William John Wainwright (19th century) - Portrait of an elderly gentleman with a beard wearing a hat, inscribed with the artist's name on the reverse of the frame, possibly by a later hand, oil on canvas, 5" x 4" £80-120 576. Edith Maud Susanna Scammell (1852-1940) - A portrait of Elizabeth Bostock, portrayed as a young girl seated wearing a white dress, a ribbon around her waist and holding flowers, signed also inscribed with the artist name and the sitters name; together with the date 1895 on a plaque attached to the frame, oil on canvas, 17.5" x 12.5" **The artist lived and had her studio in West Kensington, London after studying for two years under M. Jacquand in Paris, she also studied in Florence, Rome and Pisa, under Bellucci, Bompiani and Lanfredini, and for a short time studied at The Slade School of Art London. She exhibited widely in London, Italy and Belgium, including works shown at The Royal Academy.

**Sold together with a woolwork produced by the sitter Elizabeth Ann Bostock. The woolwork depicting the alphabet, various numbers and other inscriptions, decorated with flowers and a patterned border, the embroidery 14" x 11" and a further small book entitled 'The Story of The Fierce Bad Rabbit' by Beatrice Potter and produced by Frederick Warne & Co. New York & London. The book is inscribed in ink Mary Bostock and dated 1910, (3) £300-500 577. Mark W. Langlois (1848 - 1924) - school teacher and young boy in an interior, signed, also inscribed on a plaque attached to the frame, oil on canvas, 21" x 17" £200-300

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578. After Jan Lievens (18th/19th century) - Portrait of an elderly bearded gentleman, head and shoulders wearing a brown cloak and cap, possibly a Jewish scholar, oil on panel, 10" x 8" £250-350 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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579. William Adolphus Knell (1801-1875) seascape with shipping, early morning, signed, also inscribed with the artists name on a plaque attached to the frame with the date '1875, oil on board, 6" x 9" £300-500 580. Follower of Pieter Christian Cornelis Dommersen (19th century) - Coastal scene with fishing boats, a wooden buoy and jetty in the foreground, oil on panel, 5.5" x 11.5" £150-250 581. Mark Richard Myers PRSMA, F/ASMA (b.1945) - 'Lantern Hill, Ilfracombe, Devon, 'The Vessel Peter & Sarah of Padstow' sailing into Ilfracombe harbour with Lantern Hill nearby, signed and dated 1979 also the copyright symbol of the artist, oil on canvas, 24" x 30" **The artist was born in San Mateo, California, he became profoundly interested in sailing and maritime history at an early age and received his degree from Pomona University, after 1967, he is a self taught painter and his talent was recognised by the San Francisco Maritime Museum as it was there that he held his first one-man exhibition in 1967. He moved to South West England in 1971, since that time he has concentrated on marine painting and maritime historical research paying particular interest to the heritage of North Devon and North Cornwall, often researching and painting subjects from the region for exhibitions in the UK, Europe and the USA. His work may be found in important private and corporate collections around the world and many maritime museums in Britain and North America. He was elected a member of The Royal Society of Marine artists in 1975 and served as The Society's president from 1993-1998 he is also a charter member and fellow of The American Society of Marine Artists, he designed and co-founded The Hartland Quay Museum in 1980. £700-1000

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582. Circle of Joseph Horlor (19th century) Coastal scene with figures on a sunlit path, trees and rocks nearby, oil on canvas, 15.5" x 28" £150-200 581 56

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583. Mark Richard Myers PRSMA, F/ASMA (b.1945) - 'The Wreck of The Hoche beached on Hartland Quay', signed Myers and dated '72 (1972), oil on canvas, 16" x 20" £600-800

585. Mark Richard Myers PRSMA, F/ASMA (b.1945) 'Bude Canal, Devon', signed and dated '73 (1973), oil on canvas, 30" x 24" £500-700

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584. English School (19th century) - Coastal scene at low tide with fishermen in the foreground and boats in the distance, also a companion coastal scene with figures and boats, oil on canvas, each 12.5" x 16.5" (a pair) **Possibly English provincial school works after the artist William Anderson or Thomas Luny £400-600

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586 586. Follower of John Martin (19th century) - A shipwreck off a coastline with figures watching on from a rockery promontory, oil on panel, 11" x 14.5" £200-300 587. Mark Richard Myers PRSMA, F/ASMA (b.1945) - 'Coming In Over The Bar', signed Myers and dated 77 (1977), oil on canvas, 16" x 20" £700-1000

589 588. ***Johnson (19th century) - 'The Beach at Boulogne', signed and dated 1835, also indistinctly inscribed with the title on the artist original label, verso, oil on panel, 10" x 14" £100-150 589. Mark Richard Myers PRSMA, F/ASMA (b.1945) - 'The Annie Davey Ready for Sea', signed, also inscribed on an exhibition label verso with the artist's name, the title of the work and the original price of £600, watercolour, 16.25" x 21.25" **Exhibited at The Royal Society of Marine Artists in 1984 at The Mall Galleries, 17, Carlton House Terrace, London. SW1 £300-500

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590. Continental School (18th/19th century) Fishermen and their boats in a rocky sunlit cove, oil on canvas, 7.75" x 9.25" £100-150 591. Mark Richard Myers PRSMA, F/ASMA (b.1945) - 'The Golden Hind Replica Ship', signed Myers and indistinctly dated, watercolour and gouache, 8.25" x 10.25" £150-200

592. Mark Richard Myers PRSMA, F/ASMA (b.1945) - 'The Golden Hind, Replica Ship' in a clear blue ocean, signed Myers and dated '73 (1973), watercolour, 14" x 10" £150-200

593. Mark Richard Myers PRSMA, F/ASMA (b.1945) - 'Boscastle vessel and two smaller boats off the coast of Boscastle other figures on a stone quayside nearby, signed and dated 1976, watercolour, 10" x 14" £250-350

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594. Circle of Phillips Wouwerman (17th/18th century) - Figures and horses in an encampment, a dog in the foreground, oil on canvas laid down on panel, 15.5" x 18.25" £1000-1500 595. Attributed to Giovanni Battista Lenardi (17th/18th century) - Figures in a classical garden, a lady holding a mandolin or lute in the foreground with trees and mountains beyond, inscribed by a later hand verso with the name Johe Baptista Lenardi, also bearing a fragment of the original canvas pinned to the new stretcher and a further old inscription on a label attached to the frame, oil on canvas, 20" x 25.5" **Provenance purchased by Captain Price 57 years old £40 on Monday November 20th 1848, said to have been purchased out of an Irish castle near Dublin £1000-1500

596. English School (early 19th century) - Young milkmaid with a white cow beside a thatched cottage, oil on panel, 7" x 9" £80-120

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597. Joseph Paul (1804-1887) - 'View of Norwich from the River Yare showing the old bridge, and the Castle Museum high on the hill beyond', inscribed with the artist's name on a plaque attached to the frame, also inscribed on an old label verso, oil on panel, 11.5" x 16" £200-300 598. Follower of Thomas Hand (early 19th century) Figures drinking and smoking outside an inn, oil on panel, 10.5" x 13.5"; together with a further example depicting a woodcutter and his wife with her child beside a camp fire, oil on canvas, laid down on panel, 11.5" x 13.5" (2) £200-300

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599. Thomas Whittle junior R.A., (fl.1865-1885) - river landscape with anglers on a wooden footbridge, boats nearby, signed and dated 1888, also inscribed with the artist's name and his flourishing dates on a plaque attached to the frame, oil on canvas, 8" x 12" £180-220

600. C L*Coppard (19th century) - Figures harvesting beside a pond with a church amongst trees nearby and cattle in a sunlit meadow beyond, signed oil on canvas, 12" x 16" £150-200 601. Thomas Smyth (1825-1906) - figures and a donkey crossing a stream, a dog nearby, bearing a signature, also bearing an old collectors label verso, oil on canvas, circular, 12" diameter **Ex collection, William Robert Dalziel £300-400 60

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602. Edwin Nichol (1855-1923) - coastal farmyard, with a girl and geese beside a cottage, an old cart in the foreground and shipping beyond, signed and dated 1883, oil on canvas, 16" x 12" £120-180

603. D*Watts (19th/20th century) - a highland loch scene with a fisherman standing beside trees, a thatched cottage nearby and mountains beyond, signed, oil on canvas, 20" x 30" £100-150

604. Henry Harris of Bristol (1852-1926) - 'Harvesting near Saltford', signed and dated '86 (1886), also inscribed on the stretcher verso possibly in the artists own hand, oil on canvas, 12.5" x 20.5" £150-200

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605. Henry of Harris of Bristol (1852-1926) - 'Chepstow Castle on The River Wye', signed also inscribed with the title verso, possibly in the artist's own hand, oil on canvas, 9" x 16" £80-120 606. Henry Harris of Bristol (1852-1926) - Tintern Abbey on the River Wye, with cattle grazing in the foreground, indistinctly signed, oil on canvas, 22" x 36" £500-800 607. Henry Harris of Bristol (1852-1926) - Landscape with a gypsy encampment beside the fire, a figure and dogs beside trees, signed, oil on canvas, 7" x 9.75" £80-120 608. Joseph Barker of Bath (1824-1904) - ducks on a riverbank, signed and dated 1840, oil on canvas, 12" x 20"

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**Provenance, with Frost & Reed, Ltd. Clifton, Bristol £150-200

609. Maurice Randall (20th century) - 'Windsor Castle from The Thames', signed, also inscribed on an old label verso, oil on board, 10" x 13.25" *Provenance: with The Mendosa Galleries, 400, Oxford Street, London, W1 £140-180

610. William Pye (fl. 1881-1914) - estuary scene with hills, possibly Scotland, inscribed with artist's name and his dates verso; together with a later label with biographical details, oil on board, 8" x 13.5" £80-120

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611. Henry Hillingford Parker (1858-1930) - 'On The Avon', a summer river landscape with cattle watering beside trees in the foreground, cottages and a church in the distance, signed also inscribed with the title verso in the artists own hand, oil on canvas, 24" x 36" **With Harrods Ltd., picture department, Knightsbridge, London, SW1 £100-1500

613 612. **Joseffi (19th century) - winter landscape with a house and barn amongst trees, signed, oil on panel, 10.25" x 18.5" £100-150

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613. Follower of Jean Baptiste Corot (19th cemetery) - 'l'Etang', landscape with a figure seated beside a tree, a pond nearby and a village beyond, bearing a signature, also inscribed with the artist name and the title of the work on a plaque attached to the frame, oil on panel, 11" x 13.5" £600-800


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614. Charles Euphrasie Kuwasseg (1838-1904) - river scene on the outskirts of a town with a cathedral and other buildings with figures, three ladies in the foreground with a sunlit bridge nearby, signed and dated 1874, also inscribed with artists surname on a plaque attached to the frame, oil on canvas, 18" x 15" £1500-2500 615. Attributed to William James Muller (19th century) - Study of a lamb, inscribed on an old label verso 'Lamb painted by William Muller', said to be inscribed on the original board given by Mr Fowler 1901, Nathaniel Sparker, Mr Fowler stated it to be an early Muller, oil on board, unfinished, a preparatory study, 4.5" x 5" **Ex. collection the now deceased Director of Bristol City Art Gallery and Museums

**The work is contained within an old veneered maple wooden frame within a gilt slip £80-120 616. English School (20th/21st century) - terrier dog, oil on board, 8" x 10" **possibly by a follower of Mabel F. Hollams £100-150 614

617. Continental School (19th century) - study of honeysuckle, bearing a later inscription verso for an earlier Dutch painter, Balthesar van der Ast, oil on board, 4.75" x 4" £50-80

POST WAR & CONTEMPORARY ART 618. Ana Maria Pacheco (b. 1943) - 'Salome', signed artist proof indistinctly dated 92 (possibly 1992), also inscribed with the title and further inscribed exhibition label verso, coloured monotype, 12.5" x 9.5",

** a Brazilian artist who works in UK, following her degrees in both sculpture and music in Goias Rio de Janeiro, she taught and lectured at universities both moving to London in 1973 to study at The Slade School of Art, she was head of fine art at The Norwich School of Art. **Provenance, with Anthony Hepworth Fine Art, 15 York Street, Bath, BA1 1NG, exhibition, February 1994. £500-700

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620 620. Elizabeth Blackadder DBE, RA, RSA, (d. 1931) - 'Still Life with Fan', signed artist proof also dated 1980, limited edition print no. 24/75, 24.75" x 33.75" £300-500

621. William Scott CBE, RA, (1913-1989) - 'Benbecula' (from the Scottish Island), signed artist proof also dated '62 (1962) limited edition coloured lithographic print, 6/75, bearing the blind stamp for the Curwen Studio, 20.75" x 25.25"

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622 622. Norman Ackroyd CBE, RA (b. 1938) - 'Thimbleby', signed and dated '96 (1996), also inscribed with the title and numbered 33/90, black and white etching, 19.75" x 25.75" ** The artist was born in Leeds, and attended Leeds College of Art as well as The Royal College of Art, London, where he studied under Julian Trevelyan, he now lives in Bermondsey, London £400-500


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623. Michael Ayrton (1921-1975) - Minotaur with seated figure nearby, signed artist proof, limited edition etching, no. 72/75, 23" x 30.75", unframed £300-500 624. Graham Dean (20th century) - 'Small Underpass', inscribed with the artist name also inscribed with the title and dated 1999, on a label verso, watercolour on handmade Indian paper, 10.2" x 14.25"; together with a further example attributed to the same artist possible a work depicting machinery in shadow, inscribed on the margin and dated 1988, watercolour, 11" x 16.75" and a watercolour by Jackie Harding, depicting cacti, and other objects in a kitchen interior, signed pencil and watercolour, 29" x 19" (3) £100-150 625. Helen Steinthal (1911-1991) - 'Japanese Landscape', inscribed with the artist name, title and the original price of £450, on an old exhibition label verso, gouache, 10.5" x 19" ** The artist was born in Manchester, she studied at Saltford Polytechnic as well as the Grosvenor School of Art in London before attending The Slade Art School where she studied stage design and decorative painting. She exhibited at The Howard Roberts Gallery, in Wales as well as The Society of Women Artists and also at Roland, Browse and Delbanco £300-500

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626 626. Ben Hartley (1933-1996) - 'Foreign Parts', a yellow house with steps, a dog in the foreground and a rainbow in the sky beyond, signed also inscribed with the title verso, possibly in the artist's own hand and inscribed on an exhibition label, gouache, 19.75" x 26" *Exhibited and purchased from Beaux Arts, York Street, Bath, BA1 1NG £600-800

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627. Robert Organ (b. 1943) - Room interior with objects, a face on the right hand side, signed and dated '87 (1987), gouache, 10.75" x 21.25" £250-350

627 628. Robert Organ (b. 1933) - A room interior with fruit in a bowl upon a table, other objects and books nearby, a dog lying beneath a table in the foreground, gouache and pastel, 20.5" x 28.5" £400-600

628 629. Robert Organ (b. 1933) - 'From The House of The Dead', a group of First World War soldiers standing in the snow, signed, inscribed with the title and dated '86 (1986), gouache, heightened with white, 7.5" x 12" £250-350

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630. Robert Organ (b. 1933) - Still life of fruit in a blue bowl with a knife in the foreground, signed and dated '83 (1983), watercolour and gouache, 9.75" x 14" £150-200

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631. Robert Organ (b. 1933) - Portrait of a girl signed twice and dated '86 (1986), verso, oil on panel, 8.5" x 13" £200-300

632. English School (20th century) - 'Summer Garden', inscribed with the title together with a later label with the name Muriel Guy, Raby Place, Bath, oil on board, 12.5" x 17.5" **The work was possibly purchased from The Bath Society of Artists Exhibition at The Victoria Art Gallery £100-150 633. Margaret Gregory RWA (1927-2011) - 'We Are Always Here', figurative subject, signed, also inscribed on an exhibition label verso, oil on board, 11"x 14"

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**Exhibited at The Chichester Open Art Exhibition, the original price £500

She was a poet and a painter and an active member of The Royal West of England Academy £300-400 634. Bernard Myers (1925-2007) - Still life of blue vase, playing cards, pears and a plate, signed, oil pastel, 20.75" x 28.5"

** The artist was a teacher of Design at The Royal College of Art and one of his first pupils in 1966 was the inventor James Dyson. In his long career as a tutor, senior tutor and professor at The RCA between 1961-1980 Myers taught in most of the schools of the college, especially in industrial design engineering - which he taught simultaneously to civil engineering at Imperial College next door interior design, film and television design (which he helped to set up) and general studies. The artist's fellow students at The Royal College 634 of Art were John Bratby, Jack Smith, Frank Auerbeh and Leon Kossoff. He exhibited at The New Art Centre, The New Grafton Gallery in London and many other galleries, he had been collected by The Arts Council, The Contemporary Arts Society, The National Maritime Museum and The Tate Gallery ** Provenance possibly with Dominic Nevill (Fine Old and Modern Paintings), 2A York Street, Bath, bearing the dealers business card, verso £450-650

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635. Gabriella Possum Nungurrayi (b.1967) - 'Water Hole' inscribed with the artists name, the title and the date 2008; together with 'Digging for Water, Grandmother' possibly in the artists own hand, synthetic polymer paint on canvas (linen) unframed, approximately 48" x 79" ** Provenance, with Artcurial, Hotel Marcel Dassault, Rond-Point des Champs-Elysees. Paris (lot 723). Also private collection Brussels.

**The artist was born in the Paunya community and followed closely in her father Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri's footsteps and has become an internationally respected painter exhibiting throughout Australia and also in the USA with a group of others at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, also showed at the Down Under Gallery in Munich 2010. The celebrity gardener James Durie presented HRH Queen Elizabeth with an original work by the artist in 2008 after being presented with a Gold Medal at The Chelsea Flower Show. This now hangs next to a work by her father in 2017 at the Japingka Gallery in Perth, WA ÂŁ300-500

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636. Gabriella Possum Nungurrayi (b.1967) - 'Seven Sisters Dreaming' inscribed with the artists name and dated 2009, possibly in the painters own hand, synthetic polymer paint on canvas (linen) unframed, approximately 26" x 61"

**Sold together with a certificate of authenticity from the Embassy Art Export Co Ltd., East Brunswick, Victoria, Australia and dated November 2009 registration code, ghpn41109, commissioned by Greg Hindson, the work depicts a story that transcends all indigenous cultures worldwide, starting with Greek mythology the seven sisters of the Pladies.

** The artist was born in the Paunya community and followed closely in her father Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri's footsteps and has become an internationally respected painter exhibiting throughout Australia and also in the USA with a group of others at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, also showed at the Dow Under Gallery in Munich in 2010. The celebrity gardener James Durie presented HRH Queen Elizabeth with a original work by the artist in 2008 after being presented with a Gold Medal at The Chelsea Flower Show. This now hangs next to a work by her father in 2017 at the Japingka Gallery in Perth, WA **A similar example of the same title was sold in our last sale of 28th March 2019, (lot 923) ÂŁ200-400 68

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638 637. Christopher Sanders R.A (1905-1991) - landscape with trees, possibly allotments, signed Sanders, oil on canvas, 20" x 24" £80-120 638. Barry Novis (20th/21st century) - Portrait of George Harrison, inscribed with the artist's 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 £1000-1500

639 639. Peter Oliver (1927-2006) - 'Figures On a Beach', inscribed with the artist name and the title of the work on an exhibition label verso, also numbered 35, oil on board, 9" x 12.5" ** Provenace with Anthony Fine Art, 15 York Street, Bath, BA1 1NG.

** The work was probably produced circa 1958, the artist was born in Jersey and studied at Exeter School of Art then in Liverpool. While still a student he showed at The Royal Society of British Artists and The Redfern Gallery and was included in further mixed shows at the New Art Centre, The Hamet Gallery and The City Art Gallery, Salford. Between 1955 and 1963 he had five solo shows at The Redfern and at The Mercury Gallery in 1965, a retrospective exhibition of his work was sold in 1994 at The Anthony Hepworth Fine art Gallery in Bath. He is represented in many public collections including Tate Britain, The Courtauld Institute, and Manchester City Art Gallery £300-400 See Glossary of Painting Terms - Page 107

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640. Bruno Tinucci (20th/21st century) - Italian landscape with sunlit farm buildings, poppies and other flowers in the foreground, signed, oil on canvas, 31.5" x 31.5"

**The artist is a self-taught painter who was born in Tuscany, inspired by the stunning scenery of his native land he employs a distinctive palette of vibrant colours to interpret both the appearance and the atmosphere of the Italian landscape. The artist has exhibited in a great many prestigious galleries in Italy and enjoyed a number of sell-out shows in Milan and Florence and he currently exhibits in over twenty-five permanent exhibitions throughout Italy. His paintings have been bought by both public and private collectors from all over the world. He has been represented in England by De Montfort Fine Art, and The Whitewall Galleries £300-500

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641 641. Bruno Tinucci (20th/21st century) - Italian farmhouse beside trees, a field of white flowers in the foreground, signed, oil on canvas, 15.5" x 19.5"

**The picture is accompanied by some printed biographical details on the artist, see previous lot £150-250

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642 642. Bruno Tinucci (20th/21st century) - Italian village surrounded with Cyprus trees, with poppies and other flowers in a field in the foreground, signed, oil on canvas, 27.5" x 39"

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643. Mark Spain (20th/21st century) - Elegantly dressed young ladies seated at a table with other figures nearby, possibly a scene at Royal Ascot or Henley Regatta, signed, also inscribed with biographical details attached to the reverse, oil on canvas, 24" x 30"

**The artist is one of The United Kingdom's most long established and distinguished contemporary painters and is noted for his colourful paintings of figurative subjects. He trained at The Medway College of Art and has since become a highly collectable artist who has been influenced by Degas, Mucha, and the American painter John Singer Sargent, his work is sold all over the world and exhibited as part of the 20th century British Art Fair, The Barbican Contemporary Art Fair and galleries in Japan, Korea and Australia. His work is currently sold by a number of different contemporary fine art galleries including Castle Fine Art, The Whitewall Galleries and Chelmer Fine Art Galleries, his pictures are widely produced as prints by Buckingham Fine Art Publishers Ltd £600-800

644 644. Paul Stephens (20th/21st century) - 'Pulteney Bridge, Dappled Light, Bath', signed, also inscribed with the title verso, possibly in the artist's own hand, oil on board, 16" x 20" £150-250

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645 645. Paul Stephens (20th/21st century) - 'Cliffs at Godrevy Looking Towards St. Agnes Head', signed and dated 1992, also inscribed with the title of the work, possibly in the artist's own hand verso, said to have been exhibited at The Royal West of England Academy in 1993, oil on canvas, laid down, 32" x 44" **The artist regularly exhibited at the RWA, Bristol annual exhibition as well as the Mall Galleries, London and also at The Colleton Gallery in Bath, The Sadler Gallery, Wells, Patricia Fine Art, Boca Raton, Florida, USA, The A1 Summer Exhibition Wells, he was a friend of Arthur Maderson, both artists exhibited together at Crispin Hall in Street, Somerset, the artist also exhibited alongside Ken Howard R.A. and painted with a multitude of dabs of paint very reminiscent of the pointillist painters, George Seurat and Paul Signac, the pointillist movement developed circa 1886 branching from impressionism £200-300

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646. Brian Ballard RUA, (b. 1942) - 'Rose and book', signed Ballard and dated '86 (1986) also extensively inscribed on various labels verso, oil on board, 12" x 8.25"

***The artist was born and educated in Belfast and then attended The College of Art in Liverpool, he spends a great deal of his time on the island of Innisfree Donegal. He was influenced by the work of Bonnard, Matisse and Picasso **Provenance with The Tom Caldwell Galleries Ltd. 31 Upper Fitzwilliam Street, Dublin, 2 £400-500 647. Mary Fedden OBE, RA, RWA, (1915-2012) - Still life of flowers in a striped white vase, signed Fedden and dated 1986, gouache, 7.25" x 5.25"

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**The artist was born in Bristol where she attended Badminton School, she later studied at The Slade School of Fine Arts, London from 1932-1936, she was a pupil of theatre designed Vladimir Polunin. She created stage designs for The Sadler's Wells Theatre and also pained portraits later returning to Bristol where she taught until World War II broke out. Her influences were the artist Matisse and Braque. In 1995 she acknowledged in a interview with The artist Magazine she admired the work of Ben Nicholson and Winifred Nicholson as well as the Scottish artist Anne Redpath and a French painter Henri Hayden. She executed her work in bold expressive style with vivid contrasting colours and widely exhibited in the UK at The Redfern Gallery,The New Grafton Gallery, The Hamet Gallery as well as the Arnolfini Gallery Bristol, The Bohun Gallery at Henley on Thames, she also exhibited at Beaux Art Gallery London and Bath and was a regular exhibitor at The Royal West of England Academy Bristol. £800-1500 648. Gerald Parkinson - 'Fishing Boats III', signed, inscribed and dated 1965, verso; together with the artist's address Framfield, Sussex, oil on board, 17.5" x 32" £80-120 649. Sheila M. Parkinson (20th century) - 'July Garden', signed with initials and dated '66 (1966) also inscribed verso with the title and her address in Sussex, oil on board, 24" x 32" £80-120 650. Sheila M. Parkinson (20th century) - 'Harbour III', signed with initials, also inscribed verso and dated 1968, oil on board, 20" x 24" £80-120

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651. Terry Frost RA (1915-2003) - 'Black Moons on Blue', signed and dated '03 (2003) also inscribed with the title and the artist name verso, possibly in the artists own hand, oil on board, 12" x 9" £1200-1500 652. Harold Gilman (1876-1919) - 'The Farmhouse', signed, also inscribed with the artist name and the title of the work on a gallery label verso, pen and wash, 4" x 5.25"

**Provenance, with the Lefevre Gallery, (Alex. Reid & Lefevre, Ltd.), 131/134 New Bond Street, London, W1, the work also bears a further old inventory label with a number 5917 £400-600 653

653. Harold Gilman (1876-1919) - 'Romney Marsh', signed also inscribed with the title of the work on an old label attached to the stretcher and numbered 14; together with a further old inventory label with a number 5291 and the original price of £150, oil on canvas, 10" x 14"

** Harold John Wilde Gilman was a British painter of interiors, portraits and landscapes, and a founder member of the Camden Town Group. He met Walter Sickert in 1907 and both of them became members of The Fitzroy Street Group, and later The Camden Town Group, he was influenced by the French artist Vuillard as well as Sickert, in 1910 he was stimulated by the first Post-Impressionist exhibition at The Grafton Gallery and visited Paris with Charles Ginner. He soon out paced Sickert's understanding of Post-Impressionism and moved out from under a shadow, using even stronger colour, under the influence of Van Gogh, Gauguin and Signac. In 1913 he exhibited jointly with Gore, and became the first president of The London Group, and identified with Charles Ginner as a Neo-Realist exhibiting with Ginner under that label in 1914. He visited Scandinavia in 1912 and 1913 and may have travelled with the artist William Ratcliffe,who had relations there. He taught at Westminster School of Art where he influenced students who included Mary Godwin, he then started his own school with Charles Ginner. £2000-3000 See Glossary of Painting Terms - Page 107

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654. John Lessore (b. 1939) - 'Room at The Slade', a scene possibly depicting the life drawing class at The Slade School of Art London, oil on canvas, 20" x 24"

*The artist was born in London and grew up in a family of practising artists, he went to The Slade and studied under the artist William Coldstream from 1957- 1961 and then went to Italy on an Abbey Minor travelling scholarship. His chief teachers were his mother who was the painter Helen Lessore and Tom Monnington. His uncle was the famous Camden Town artist Walter Richard Sickert.

The picture is sold together with a letter from Doctor Graham Wakefield, Dale Cottage, Charlcombe Lane, Bath, describing the painting which had originally been placed on loan by Helen Lassore owner of The Beaux Arts Gallery, to The National Hospitals, Queen Square, London WC1. It was purchased by Doctor Wakefield from that establishment for a figure of £10 prior to him living in Bath in 1994. This letter is accompanied with a further press cutting from the arts page of a national newspaper, dated September 29th 1999 showing a black and white illustration of John Lessore's picture depicting the architects Jones & Dickson at the extension of The National Portrait Gallery. £200-400 655. John Ivor Stewart ADAE, PPPS, FSBA, (1936-2018) - 'The Dolls House', signed also inscribed on an exhibition label verso, together with the artist's address Wootton, Sandheath Road, Beacon Hill, Hindhead, Surrey GU26 6RU with the original cost price of £20,000, pastel drawing, 38" x 47" £200-300

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656. Jon Ivor Stewart ADAE, PPPS, FSBA, (1936-2018) - 'Noumenon', signed also inscribed on an exhibition label verso with the title of the work and the artist's address in Hindhead, Surrey, also bearing the original cost price of £3700, pastel drawing, 44" x 35.5" £200-400

657. John Ivor Stewart ADAE, PPPS, FSBA, (1936-2018) - 'The Enigma of Ancient Secrets', signed also inscribed on various labels verso the title of the work and the artist's address in Hindhead, Surrey, soft pastel drawing, 36.5" x 52.5" £250-350


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658. William Stanley Moore (1914-1997), 'Marjorie, Siesta South of France', signed and indistinctly inscribed with the location, also dated 1952, with a further inscription on an exhibition label verso, watercolour, 19" x 28.75" ** Exhibited at The Artist of Chelsea Exhibition, the original price being £25 guineas £150-250

659. Anthony Gross CBE, RA (1905-1984) - 'Sortie d'Usine no. 4' leaving the factory, signed artist proof, also inscribed with the title and numbered 25/40, black and white dry point etching, 20.25" x 13.5"; the etching was produced in 1931

**The artist was a British print maker, painter, war artist and film director of Hungarian-Jewish, Italian and Anglo-Irish decent. He attended Shrewsbury and Repton schools followed by his studies at The Slade School of Art under the artist Henry Tonks, his later studies were at The Central School of Art & Crafts in London and the Ecole des Beaux- Arts, Paris and The Academia de San Fernando, Madrid. His works are held in many public collections including The British Museum, Victoria & Albert Museum, Imperial War Museum, and The Tate Gallery, as well as The Ashmolean, Oxford and many other locations £200-300

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660. John William Melville (1902-1986) - Quarry scene with buildings and machinery, signed, pen, ink and watercolour, 14" x 21.25"

**The artist was a self-taught surrealist painter, he was a keen member of The Birmingham Surrealists from 1930s to 1950s and his choice of subjects as a painter was wide as he painted portraits, figurative subjects, still life and landscapes. He was also a contributor to the London Bulletin 1939 and Arson in 1942. He first exhibited at The Wertheim in 1932 and continued to exhibit in other venues in London and throughout the UK £150-200

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661. Michael.J. Chaplin R.E. (20th century) - 'Still Life', signed also inscribed on an old label verso, pen, ink and watercolour, 17" x 10.25"

**The artist lived at 'Suffield', Orchard Drive, Weavering, Maidstone, Kent, the original price for the work was £75 £50-80 662. English School ( 20th century) - 'Interior', a sunlit kitchen with a blue teapot and flowers on a yellow table, indistinctly signed possibly Oeanine and dated 89 (1989) also inscribed verso with the title and numbered 10, together with the original price of £400, gouache heightened with white, 22" x 26.25"; together with two further pictures, one by Jane Lewis entitled 'The Indian Flute', pastel drawing, 20.5" x 12.75" and finally a pen and ink sketch of the Rialto Bridge, Venice, indistinctly signed David and dated 02 (2002), pen, ink and sepia wash, 6" x 4.75" (3) £100-150 663. Maxwell Armfield R.W.S. (1881-1972) - 'The Shells Remain (no. 3)', signed with the artists monogram, also inscribed on the artist's original label verso with the title, tempera on board, 12.5" x 10" £300-400

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664. Jin Yong Jeong (South Korean born. 1972) - 'A House 7-1', signed and dated 2007 verso, mixed media on wood, 40" x 40" £1000-2000 665. Meng Yangyang (Chinese b. 1983) - 'The Minds', signed and dated 2006/7, oil on canvas, 59" x 47" £800-1200

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666. Jiaea Nia (Chinese 20th century) - 'Spring', signed, work on paper, 27" square £150-250 667. Chan Yu (Chinese b 1982) - 'Lost In A Dream no. 4', 2006, acrylic on canvas, 71" x 59" (large work) £600-1000 668. Stephen Tribbell (20th Century) - 'Revolution', 2010, mixed media on panel, signed and titled verso, 24" x 18" £100-200 669. Stephen Tribbell (20th Century) - 'Give Me Liberty', 2010, collage and paint on board, label verso, 24" square £100-200 670-699 NO LOT

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705. Persian Bidjar Carpet, 130" x 90" approx £200-300

701. Antique Persian Malayer Rug, 80" x 50" approx £150-200

707. Fine Persian Nain Carpet, 140" x 100" approx £350-450

700. Large Persian carpet, 168” x 120” approx £100-200

702. Antique Persian Senneh Rug, 70" x 50" approx £120-180 703. Fine Hatchli Rug, 80" x 55" approx £180-220 704. Fine Silk Rug, 60" x 36" approx £120-180 78

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706. Antique Signed Hereke Carpet, 130" x 80" approx £450-650

708. Fine Persian Tabriz Rug, 75" x 55" approx £200-300

709. Antique Persian Bakhtiari Rug, 90" x 62" approx £450-550 710. NO LOT


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ANTIQUE FURNITURE; DECORATIVE MIRRORS & FURNISHINGS 711. Victorian gilt and gesso wall mirror with a foliate surround, 27" x 19.75" £50-80

712. Regency giltwood and gesso pier glass wall mirror, the inset rectangular plate surmounted by wreath mouldings within a bobbin turned border, 26" wide, 44" high £100-150

713. Regency carved overmantel mirror, the frieze with applied ball roundels over a panel depicting figures and chariots and triple bevelled plates, later silvered and re-gilded, 51" wide, 33" high £120-180 714. Large late 19th century giltwood overmantel mirror, with an inset bevelled glass plate surmounted by a broken arch pediment with applied floral garlands and fluted pilasters, 62" wide, 71.5" high approx £300-500 715. 19th century gilt painted triple plate overmantel mirror, 45" wide, 23.25" high; also an Edwardian mahogany inlaid shield shaped mirror, 28" high, 24" wide (max) and a small mahogany toilet swing mirror, 16" high (3) £100-150

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714 716. Pair of gilded picture frames, 34" x 28" with aperture of 28" x 23" (2) £160-220

721

717. Early 20th century and later club fender, with brass rails and studded green leather seats, 65" wide £100-200 718. Victorian turned wooden hanging wall coat rack, 19" wide; together with an oak Gothic revival small open wall shelf with canted sides, 12.5" wide, 22.5" high (2) £60-100

719. 19th century pierced brass serpentine shaped fender, 48" wide; also a pierced steel fender, 51" wide (2) £60-100 720. 19th century oak Canterbury with five divisions upon square supports, 18" square (lacking the central divider) £60-100

721. Windsor & Newton, London artists easel, inset with the maker's tablet, the base 24.5" wide £150-250 722. Art Nouveau oak wall cabinet with open shelves over a single carved stylised foliate cupboard door, 18.25" wide, 25" high £40-80 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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723. Set of four Edwardian dining chairs with pierced splats and stuffover seats; together with a mahogany side cabinet, 21.5" wide (5) £30-50

724. Georgian style mahogany bowfront sideboard with a central drawer flanked by cupboards upon square tapering legs terminating with spade feet, 54" wide, 24" deep, 37.5" high £30-50 725. Edwardian mahogany square serpentine revolving table top bookcase, with vertical slats, 14.5" wide, 13" high £50-80

726. Early Victorian mahogany bedside pot cupboard, with a single door upon barrel turned legs terminating with castors, 16" wide, 16" deep, 34.5" high £50-80

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727. 19th century mahogany three tier graduated wall shelf with bobbin turned supports, 24" wide, 18.75" high £60-100

728. Hepplewhite period mahogany carver chair, the pierced vase splat with Fleur-de-Lys, over the drop-in seat on square supports united by H-stretchers, 23" wide, 36" high £60-100

729. Pair of Hepplewhite dining chairs with pierced vase splats carved with Fleur-de-Lys, over drop-in seats upon square supports united by Hstretchers, 21" wide, 36.5" high (one splat at fault) (2) £50-80 730. 17th century carver oak triple panel front coffer, upon stile feet, 48.5" wide, 20" deep, 26.5" high £150-250

731. Harlequin set of eight Hepplewhite style mahogany dining chairs, with pierced vase splats over blue drop-in seats upon square canted legs united by stretchers comprising two carvers (one associated) and six single chairs, the carver chairs 24" wide, the backs 37" high (8) £250-350 732. Georgian mahogany chest on chest, the moulded top over two short and three long drawers to the base with three long drawers, upon bracket feet, 65" wide £300-500

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734 733. Good Georgian mahogany dining table, the rectangular crossbanded tilt top upon four turned columns and plateau with four reeded curved supports, each applied with cast brass paw castors, 66" x 41", 28.5" high *with additional plate glass protective top £150-250

734. George III mahogany chest of drawers, the rectangular top over a pull out slide over four graduated long drawers upon bracket feet, 33.5" wide, 18.5" deep, 36" high £300-500


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735. 17th century oak triple panelled front coffer, with a plank top and sides, 46.25" wide, 14" deep, 20" high £150-250

736. George III mahogany drop leaf breakfast table, upon a turned pedestal support and splayed quadruple base terminating with brass cappings and castors, 36" wide, 28.5" high £150-250 737. 19th century oval mahogany inlaid Pembroke table with dummy drawers upon square tapering legs terminating with castors, 29" wide £40-80

738. Decorative French painted armoire, the carved crest over double bevelled glazed doors and a single drawer upon turned front feet, 47" wide, 17" deep, 93" high £80-120

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739. Edwardian mahogany inlaid display cabinet, the single astragal glazed door enclosing fixed shelves upon slender curved supports, 28.5" wide, 14.25" deep, 60" high £50-80 740. Attractive 19th century rosewood work table, the moulded top over a single drawer and larger fabric lined drawer upon foliate carved supports terminating with scroll feet, 19" wide, 14.5" deep, 28.5" high £200-400 741. Regency mahogany foldover card table, the ebony banded top opening to reveal a baized surface supported turned tapering faux bamboo legs terminating in brass caps and castors, 35.75" wide, 17.75" deep £250-350 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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742 (4) 742. Pair of good antique Windsor armchairs with pierced fruitwood splats and elm seats, 23" wide approx, 43" high approx; also two other similar antique Windsor armchairs (4) £1000-1500 743. Period Hepplewhite mahogany carver chair, the open shield back with pierced vase splats, with fluted curving arms over the stuffover leather seat supported upon square tapering legs united by an H-frame stretcher, 23" wide max, 23" deep, 38.25" high £100-200 744. 19th century mahogany linen press, the moulded top with dentil cornice over two panelled cupboard doors enclosing four linen sliding drawers, the base fitted with two short and two long drawers, supported upon bracket feet, 50" wide, 22.75" deep, 75.5" high £150-250 745. Good late 18th/early 19th century curved elm settle, the canopied top over a panelled back and the seat fitted with a hinged compartment, 66" wide, 20" deep (approx), 60" high £250-450 82

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746 746. Louis XV style kingwood and gilt metal vitrine cabinet, of serpentine form with curved glazed side panels and double glazed doors each over floral marquetry panels applied with gilt metal mounts and upon slender curved supports, 42" wide, 16.25" deep, 64" high £300-500


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747. Large George III mahogany bowfront sideboard, the satin crossbanded top over a central drawer flanked with a single drawer and cupboard over the shaped frieze upon square tapering legs terminating with spade feet, 66.25" wide, 28" deep, 36" high £60-100 748. Victorian stripped pine chiffonier, the raised open shelf back over two drawers and panelled cupboards, 43" wide, 21" deep, 62.5" high £50-80 749. George III mahogany secretaire bookcase, the astragal glazed top over a fitted secretaire drawer and three long drawers on splayed bracket feet, 42" wide, 21" deep, 86" high (alterations) £250-350 750. William & Mary small oak side table containing three frieze drawers on baluster turned legs united by curved stretchers terminating in bun feet, 27" wide, 18" deep, 27" high £500-800 751. William & Mary oak and walnut small chest of drawers, with three long drawers applied with split bead mouldings upon square stile supports, 33" wide, 22.25" deep, 28.5" high £400-600 752. George IV oval twin pedestal extending mahogany dining table, the top with boxwood banding upon barrel turned columns and splayed supports with plain brass terminals, two spare leaves, 120" 48" extended, height 30" £300-500

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753. 19th century mahogany carver chair with a vertical rail back, barrel turned supports, blue stuff over seat and square taper and legs terminating in spade feet, 22" wide, 35.25" high £40-80

754. Decorative painted French serpentine mirror back chiffonier/dresser, the shaped back with an inset bevelled plate and open shelves over a central drawer flanked by pedestal arched panelled cupboards upon plinth bases, 78.5" wide, 25" deep, 78" high approx £80-120

755. Georgian mahogany corner armchair, with barrel turned and interlaced pierced vase splats over the drop-in seat upon square canted legs united by cross stretchers, 31" wide, back height 34" £100-150 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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761 758. George III oak and mahogany crossbanded bureau, the fall front opening to reveal a fitted interior with a central cupboard flanked by drawers and pigeonholes, over four graduated long drawers supported upon bracket feet, 36.5" wide, 20" deep, 42" high £150-200 759. Georgian oak corner cupboard, the dentil moulded cornice over a single panelled door inlaid to the centre with a paterae, 31" wide, 16" deep, 39" high £60-100

756. NO LOT

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757. Pair of mahogany standard lamps, with tapering gadrooned and acanthus carved columns supported upon circular stepped bases and four short pad feet, 59" high (without electrical fittings)

**These standard lamps have been converted from antique tester bed posts £100-150 84

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760. Early 18th century walnut chest on stand, the moulded stepped cornice over three short and three long drawers, the stand fitted with one long drawer and supported upon short cabriole legs with pad feet, 65" high, 41" wide 24" deep £300-500 761. Regency mahogany secretaire chest, the crossbanded reeded top over a fall front revealing a fitted interior with five short satinwood fronted drawers and pigeonholes, over three long drawers supported upon splayed feet, 45" wide, 21" deep, 41" high £250-350


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764 (a pair)

763 762. Early 18th century elm oblong side table, the pleated planked top upon baluster turned supports united by square stretchers, 48.5" wide, 18.75" deep, 28" high £150-250 763. 19th century French walnut buffet, the raised back with an open shelf and pierced gallery, over a rouge marble inset, single drawer and two open shelves with fluted supports, 45.5" wide, 17.5" deep, 73.5" high £100-200

765 (a pair)

764. Pair of French style silvered carved fauteils (armchairs), with silk embroidered and sequin upholstered backs and seats, with padded arms decorated with acanthus upon turned fluted front supports, 20th century, 26" wide, back height 46.5" £150-250

765. Impressive pair of Louis XV style gilt upholstered throne armchairs, with carved frames and crestings, embroidered upholstered padded backs, arms and seats upon short turned fluted front supports, 20th century replicas, 30" wide, back height 51" £200-400

766. Antique oak Flemish side cabinet, profusely carved with masks, cherubs and caryatids amidst fruiting vines, with a concealed drawer over a dummy front panel with double side cupboard doors over a large panelled cupboard upon bracket feet, 32" wide, 21" deep, 43" high £150-250

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767. Georgian style mahogany rectangular coffee table, with pierced fret mouldings upon square canted legs, 42" x 24.5"; together with a replica mahogany three drawer bedside chest and a gilt folding dressing table mirror £30-50

768. 18th century oak bureau, the fall front with chevron banding enclosing a stepped fitted interior with pigeonholes, small drawers and a well, over two short and two graduated long drawers upon bracket feet, 36" wide, 21" deep, 41" high £100-200 769. George II red walnut foldover card table, the rectangular top with a baize lined interior over a carved shell apron and knees upon cabriole legs, probably Irish origin, 34" wide, 16.5" deep, 28.5" high £300-500

770. Georgian mahogany Lancashire style chest, the hinged top opening to reveal a baize lined cutlery tray to one side and a fitted cellarette to the other, with three short and two long faux drawers over another four long drawers, supported upon five ogee bracket feet, 72" wide, 22" deep, 41" high £300-500 771. Georgian mahogany bowfront sideboard, with two central shallow short drawers flanked by two larger drawers upon square tapering legs terminating with spade feet, 72" wide, 26" deep, 37.5" high £100-200

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770 772. Mahogany table canteen of silver plated cutlery retailed by Harrods Limited, London, the rectangular hinged top enclosing a fitted interior with two lift compartments upon square tapering legs terminating with castors, with the original Harrods contents list, 33.5" wide, 18" deep, 31" high (canteen incomplete) £100-200 773. Georgian oak mule chest, the hinged top over a triple panelled front and two short drawers over bracket feet, 58" wide, 22" deep, 37" high £80-120


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774. Mid 18th century English oak coffer, the moulded top over a panelled front fitted with three faux drawers, supported upon square feet, 57" wide, 20.5" deep, 35.5" high £300-500 775. Early 18th century walnut feather crossbanded bureau, the fall front opening to reveal a central cupboard flanked by fluted column sliding compartments, pigeonholes and short drawers, over a well and four long graduated drawers, supported upon bracket feet, 36" wide, 19.75" deep, 39.25" high £400-600 776. Early 20th century mahogany partners desk, the gilt tooled burgundy leather top over one long and two short drawers, supported upon twin pedestals fitted with three short drawers to one end and cupboard doors to the other, upon stepped plinths, 60" wide, 41" deep, 29" high £500-750 777. Georgian style mahogany night table, the double folding top supported upon lopers over two short drawers and square tapering legs with brass caps and castors, 29.5" wide extended, 17" deep, 29.5" high £150-200

BID LIVE AT: www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk See Glossary of Painting Terms - Page 90

776 778. Georgian oak corner cupboard, the moulded stepped top over a panelled door, 26" wide, 14.25" deep, 37.5" high £40-60 779. 19th century pitch pine pew bench seat, with panelled back and pierced gothic carved arms over the planked seat upon trestle supports, 87.5" wide, 21.5" deep, 38.5" high £100-150

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780. Good pair of French style gilt metal console tables, each with a rectangular canted marble top over the frieze with foliate and lyre decoration over winged caryatid acanthus sheathed curved supports terminating with paw feet, 48" x 25.5", 33" high £800-1200 781. Louis XV style kingwood marquetry bombé commode chest, the white veined marble top over two drawers and side panels with floral marquetry and applied gilt metal mounts upon slender legs, 45" wide, 20" deep, 34" high £300-500

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782. Regency mahogany bowfront chest of drawers, the moulded top over two short and three graduated long drawers inlaid with boxwood lines over bracket feet, 40" wide, 22" deep, 36.5" high £300-500 783. George III mahogany octagonal brass bound cellarette, the hinged segmented veneered top enclosing a metal lined interior upon square tapering legs terminating with brass castors, 18" wide, 24" high £250-350


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784. Set of five Regency mahogany dining chairs, with carved bar backs and carved shell splats above upholstered seats upon reeded sabre legs, 34" high (5) £200-300 785. Edwardian mahogany inlaid writing table, the back with a pierced gilt metal gallery over four short drawers, a green leather inset and two frieze drawers each inlaid with harebell garlands, upon square tapering legs inlaid with boxwood lines terminating with castors, 36" wide, 19.25" deep, 37.5" high £120-180 786. Large mahogany low chest of two long drawers, supported upon shaped bracket feet, 50" wide, 22.75" deep, 26" high £50-75 787. Pair of Georgian style mahogany breakfront library bookcases, each with a fluted carved cornice decorated with oval flowerheads, with astragal glazed doors over three drawers and panelled cupboards upon a plinth base, 59.5" wide, 20.5" deep, 95" high £500-800

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788. Pair of French style kingwood and birds eye maple two tier bedside tables, each applied with gilt metal mounts, single drawers upon curved supports united by undertiers, recent, 18.5" wide, 13" deep, 27.5" high £80-120

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789 (a pair)

789. Pair of Art Deco leather upholstered club armchairs, the light coloured frames with studded leather upholstery and each with concealed drop side compartments, 28.5" wide, 36" deep approx, back height 32" £200-400 790. Goyard, Paris vintage leather bound travel trunk, the hinged top bearing the interior label and enclosing a fabric lined lift-out compartment, with leather side carry handles, 43.5" wide, 23" deep, 24" high £500-800

793 (a pair)

791. Sorrento style inlaid fold-over games table, the rectangular top depicting an oval landscape view within foliate borders opening to reveal chess and backgammon boards, upon an octagonal tapered column and shaped plateau with caved paw feet, 30.5" wide, 16.5" deep, 29" high £150-250

792. Pair of Georgian mahogany dining chairs, with pierced interlaced vase splats over drop-in seats upon square canted supports united by stretchers, 19.5" wide, back height 38" (2) £40-80

793. Good pair of mahogany wine coolers on stands in the Sheraton manner, each with oval inlaid paterae within crossbanded borders decorated with harebell garlands and upon square tapering legs terminating with brass castors, lead lined interiors, 22.5" wide, 29" high £1000-1500 794. 18th century oak chest of drawers on stand, with two short moulded drawers over four long drawers upon bracket feet, 37.5" wide, depth 20.5", height 41.5" £200-400 90

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796 (a pair)

795. Good pair of cushion back chesterfield sofas, upholstered in gold with red embroidered foliate detail, on a scrolling gilt wood frame raised on turned bun front feet, 33" high, 90" wide, 43" deep (2) £300-500

796. Good pair of Duresta cushion back and drop end sofas, upholstered in silvered linear velour, raised on chrome castors to the front, 33" high, 73" wide, 46" deep (2) £300-500

END OF DAY TWO SALE

The next Antiques & Works of Art Sale will be held on Thursday 26th September 2019

Entries are now invited until the 30th August 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 BID LIVE AT: www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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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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 the-saleroom.com, 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%


G ARDINER H OULGATE T H E B A T H A U C T I O N RO O M S DIRECTIONS TO OUR CORSHAM HEADQUARTERS M4 From

J17

From

London

J18

Bristol

A350

Chippenham

From Cross Keys

A46 A4

Corsham

A4

Bath Hare & Hounds From

Bath

Corsham

A4

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.

BATH AUCTION ROOMS

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

PM Mendes

Neston

Travelling by Train ­ we recommend Chippenham Station

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

E­mail: auctions@gardinerhoulgate.co.uk www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

Chippenham


G ARDINER H O U L G AT E T H E B A T H A U C T I O N RO O M S

9 Leafield Way, Corsham, Nr Bath, SN13 9SW Telephone: 01225 812912 Email: auctions@gardinerhoulgate.co.uk www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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