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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

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Wednesday 25th September 2019 at 11am

ANTIQUES &  WORKS Of ART

Thursday 26th September 2019 at 11am


I n t r o d u c i n g

GH LIVE N e w On l i n e B i d d i n g P l at f o r m We are excited to introduce GH Live, enabling our clients to bid online.

It also offers a host of other exciting features including ‘automated bids’, sale updates, personal watch lists, speedy payment options, bid and invoice history all in one place.

Registration on the Gardiner Houlgate website (www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk) will be required and once your account has been created you will be able to login and register to bid in any of our specialist auctions.

Please note an additional premium of 2.5% will be levied for using this service The­Saleroom.com has recently announced a rise in their online bidding fees, increasing to 4.95%. We will continue to run this platform for our specialist auctions, enabling clients to choose their preferred platform option.

GH Live ­ 2.5% The­saleroom.com – 4.95%

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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 23rd September

9.00am - 5.00pm

Wednesday 25th September

9.00am - 5.00pm (Jewellery until 11.00am)

Tuesday 24th September

Thursday 26th September

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

CALENDAR OF SALES

Antiques, Silver & Works of Art

Specialist Clocks & Related items

Sale Dates: Thursday 26th September Thursday 28th November

(Two-Day Auctions) Sale Dates: Thursday 24th & Friday 25th October

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

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

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

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

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

Specialist Watches

Each sale commences at 11.00am

Sale Dates: Wednesday 23rd October

Additional sales may be added to the sale calendar, please check the website for further updates


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Jewellery

Wednesday 25th September 2019 at 11am

Lots 111 & 130


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Full identification is required to view the Watch & Jewellery sections

During the auction lots will be shown via video screen in the saleroom

ANTIQUE & MODERN JEWELLERY 1. Yellow gold 9ct yellow bangle set with five oval turquoise cabouchons, 22.9gm, 65mm diameter approx £200-300

2. Edwardian rose diamond and seed pearl crescent brooch, 4.6gm, 29mm £120-180 3. Late Victorian oval gold onyx, rose diamond and pearl brooch, 21.5gm, 53mm x 38mm £200-300

4. Cartier Gentiane 18k yellow gold necklace, 52.7gm, signed, no. C1537, 14.75" long (with spare link) £1800-2200

5. High grade yellow metal pearl set bangle and similar earrings, the bangle 17.6gm, earrings 4.3gm (3) £150-250 6. 18ct white gold five stone diamond ring, rub-over round old-cut, 1.15ct approx, clarity VS-SI, colour H-I , 5.7gm, ring size S **with a copy of an insurance valuation for £2000 dated 2004 £300-500

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7. Attractive white metal cultured pearl and diamond cross-over ring, the pearls 7.5mm, 3.5gm, ring size L £120-180

8. Bespoke 9ct cameo pendant and brooch made by Nichols Wilde Goldsmith Ltd, the cameo depicting Saint George slaying the Dragon, 26gm, 50mm x 35mm approx

**with a copy of a valuation for insurance purposes for £1000 dated 2004 £200-300

9. Aquamarine facet bead necklace, with a gilt metal marquise shaped clasp, 36.2gm, 17" long £300-400

10. 18k white gold aquamarine and diamond ring, the aquamarine 2.20ct, within a surround of diamonds with set shoulders, 0.50ct, cluster 15mm x 12mm, 5.6gm, ring size P £900-1200

11. 14k diamond and gem set novelty frog ring, 7gm, ring size N; gold buckle ring, 4,5gm; 9ct gem set ring, gold diamond and enamel duck brooch (stones missing); also a cameo brooch (5) £150-250


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12. Pair of antique gold foil-backed garnet pendant drop earrings, 59mm approx £100-150 13. Attractive graduated cultured pearl necklace, with a sapphire and rose diamond triple cluster clasp, the pearls 3.5mm to 8mm, 20.6gm, 21" long £250-350 14. Pair of 9ct mounted amethyst pendant drop earrings, 62mm approx £80-120 15. Pair of 18k white gold diamond cluster earrings, round brilliant-cut, 0.80ct approx, clarity SI1-I1, colour H/I, 2.7gm, 10mm diameter £650-750 16. 18ct yellow gold engraved wedding band ring, London 1968, 9mm, 8.7gm, ring size N £160-200

BID LIVE AT: www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

17. French 18k yellow gold chrysoprase and cabouchon coral pendant and matching earrings, the pendant on a slender necklet with four cabouchon over a single round chrysoprase, the earrings of similar design with clip backs, 25.2gm, the pendant 58mm x 28mm £700-900

18. Pomellato 18k white gold moonstone cabouchon and diamond ring, signed, 20mm wide, 13.9gm, ring size G £300-500

19. Two bespoke American pendants made by Diamond Peak Goldsmiths, Colorado, comprising an abstract silver and 14k quartz and amethyst pendant, 58mm x 27mm; also a 14k pink tourmaline and Mexican agate pendant, 82mm approx (2) **with a copy of the original purchase receipt for $1620 £200-300

20. Pair of 18k white diamond cluster earrings, round brilliant-cut in a millegrain setting, estimated 2.10ct approx in total, clarity SI, colour H/I, fish hook backs, 5.6gm, 25mm £750-850

21. 18ct claw set three stone old-cut diamond ring, 0.80ct approx, clarity SI, colour H/I, 2.9gm, ring size M **Gilmer of Bath box £250-350

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22. Mellerio 18k white gold and cabouchon sapphire cufflinks and studs, signed, no. F754, 16.2gm, the cufflinks 16mm diameter; with Mellerio, Madrid case £800-1000

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23. Charles Horner silver enamel and pearl pendant, stamped maker's mark, 24mm diameter £100-150

24. Charles Horner silver and enamel brooch, stamped maker's mark, Chester 1908, 34mm wide £50-80

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25. Edwardian 18ct opal and diamond claw set ring, Chester 1903, 8mm, 4.2gm, ring size M (one stone missing) £100-150

26. Pair of 9ct turquoise pendant earrings, pair of turquoise ear studs and an 18k turquoise set pendant, 4.1gm (5) £100-150

27. 18ct and platinum three stone diamond ring, Birmingham, 1962, 3.3gm, ring size M £80-120 28. Bvlgari 18k bicolour disc ring, signed, 9.2gm, 26mm diameter, ring size P £700-900

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29. 22k yellow gold bangle, 9.4gm £200-250

30. 18k aquamarine and diamond three stone ring, the oval aquamarine 1.50ct approx, with round brilliant-cut diamonds to either side, 0.36ct approx, clarity SI12, colour I/J, 3.5gm, ring size O £550-650

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31. 18ct claw set five stone diamond ring, old-cut, 0.96ct approx, clarity VS, colour F/G, 4.3gm, ring size M

**Gilmer of Bath box £350-550


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38 32. Suite of modern silver jewellery purchased from David Dudley, Marlborough, comprising an open link necklace, bracelet and matching earrings, each with boxes £100-120 33. Three pairs of 9ct pearl set hoop earrings, one with coral and another with lapis lazuli, 11.7gm in total (6) £50-80 34. 18ct yellow gold wedding band, 5.2g, 4mm, ring size N/O £120-150

35. Fine 18k peridot and diamond bracelet, with twenty-two princess-cut peridot between white gold links each with three princess-cut diamonds, 27gm, width 6.5mm, 7.25" long £2000-3000

36. Attractive cultured pearl and diamond necklace with matching earrings, each piece set with three round brilliant-cut diamonds set in 18k yellow gold over pear shaped pearls, the necklace 15.25" long, the earrings 12mm £120-180 37. Fine Continental gold mounted lapis lazuli oval pendant, set with round brilliant-cut diamonds, rubies, dark citrines and cabouchon sapphires, 42.6gm, 46mm £800-1200

BID LIVE AT: www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

42 38. Early 20th century rose diamond set arrow jabot pin, in unmarked white metal, 2.2gm, 50mm; boxed £150-250

39. Opal set stick pin, four pairs of pearl ear studs, 14ct pendant on slender 9ct chain £100-150

40. Platinum natural pearl necklace, 2.8gm, 2.5mm, 8.5" long £320-380

41. 18ct five stone diamond cross design ring, round brilliant-cut, 1.40ct approx, clarity VS2-SI1, colour H/I, 4gm, ring size M/N

**Gilmer of Bath box £500-700

42. Victorian winged heart shaped openwork diamond and pearl brooch, 32mm; boxed £1600-2000

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43. Victorian 15ct coral and pearl bangle, with safety chain, 14mm, 13.1gm, 64.5mm £350-450 44. Pair of silver Art Nouveau earrings, 17mm diameter £20-40

45. Platinum three stone claw set round brilliant-cut diamond ring, 1.55ct approx, clarity VS-SI, colour L-M, 3.7gm, ring size P

**with a copy of an insurance valuation for £4175 dated 2008 £1000-1500

46. Art Nouveau 18ct ruby and pearl pendant, 2.7gm, 47mm x 32mm £220-280

47. Pair of 9ct opal set ear studs, 12mm x 9mm; another pair of opal studs and a silver paste set cluster ring £30-50 48. Pair of Art Deco platinum black onyx and diamond cufflinks, each end set with eight round brilliant-cut diamonds, clarity SI, colour I/J, 5.7gm, 16mm £800-1000 8

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49. 18k white gold solitaire diamond ring, princess-cut, 0.35ct approx, clarity SI1, colour F/G, 3gm, ring size M £150-250

50. 18k yellow gold diamond cluster ring, with seven round brilliant-cut diamonds, estimated 1.40ct approx, clarity SI, colour I/J, 3.3gm, 12mm diameter, ring size O/P £1200-1500

51. 18k cz heart shaped solitaire ring, 4.1gm, ring size O £200-300

52. 18ct engraved oval signet ring with internal inscription, 7.8gm; with two other 9ct signet rings, 9.5gm (3) £220-280

53. Assorted costume jewellery and watches £40-80

54. 18ct pavé sapphire and diamond heart shaped cluster ring, 12.5mm, 3.5gm, ring size L/M £120-180


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60 55. French 18k ruby and diamond bracelet, set with eight round rubies each 0.20ct, between oval pen twist links set with round brilliant-cut diamond in white gold, with safety chain, 22.1gm, numbered to the clasp 51132 £1200-1600 56. 18ct yellow gold cross-over ring set with two baguette diamonds, 6.3gm, ring size M £150-250

57. Victorian high grade yellow gold amethyst necklace, consisting of twenty-one graduated amethysts centred with a pendant/brooch set with rose-cut diamonds and pearls, 31.9gm, 17" long £1700-2000

BID LIVE AT: www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

58. 18ct ruby and diamond half eternity ring, 1.6gm, ring size N £50-80

59. Art Deco platinum cornelian and black onyx line bracelet with alternating princess-cuts, 30.6gm, 7.25" long £1400-1800

60. Japanese 14k panel linked bracelet, with ten linked sections, stamped marks, 14gm, 7.75" long £200-300

61. 18ct sapphire and diamond cluster ring, with five sapphires and four diamonds in a millegrain setting, 3.3gm, ring size M £120-180 GARDINER HOuLGATE

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62. 18ct sapphire and diamond half eternity ring, 3.3gm, ring size O £100-150

68. 18ct diamond three stone cross-over ring, 2.4gm, ring size F/G £60-80

64. 9ct diamond set double ring pendant on a Prince of Wales necklet, 11.8gm £120-180

70. Platinum five stone diamond ring in a rub-over setting, round brilliantcut, 1.40ct approx, clarity SI-I1, colour I/J, 4.7gm, ring size N/O £1400-1800

63. 18ct coral and old-cut diamond ring, the coral 9.5mm diameter, 2.8gm, ring size K £350-450

65. Antique 18ct marquise shape diamond cluster ring of the Edwardian period, the centre marquise diamond 0.60ct approx, clarity SI, colour D-E, in a surround of claw set old-cut diamonds, 0.50ct approx, with open scroll shoulders, Birmingham 1900, 17mm, 5.6gm, ring size L **with an insurance valuation £2500 dated May 2011 £600-800

66. Art Deco style emerald and diamond white metal cocktail ring, the emerald 1.15ct approx, in a surround of round brilliant-cut diamonds, 8.2gm, 14.5mm, ring size J £500-800 67. White gold cultured pearl and old-cut diamond ring, the pearl 8mm diameter, 2.7gm, ring size G £220-280

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69. Selection of assorted 9ct jewellery to include a lady's Bulova watch, stone set ring, bracelet with padlock clasp, identity bracelet, two necklets, bracelet and a pair of hoop earrings, 100.5gm in total £1000-1200

71. Good large 18k sapphire and diamond oval cluster ring, the oval sapphire estimated 2.50ct approx, in a white metal surround of fourteen old-cut diamonds, estimated 1.20ct approx, clarity VS/SI, colour I/K, 9.4gm, 18mm x 16mm, ring size M; boxed £800-1200

72. Eight assorted pairs of earrings, mostly 9ct, 10gm in total £100-150

73. French 18k yellow gold turquoise and diamond bangle, the cabouchon turquoise in a surround of round brilliant-cut diamonds with set shoulders, 22mm diameter, 21.7gm £1200-1800

74. Modern 9k diamond set necklet, with two round brilliant-cut diamonds, 6.5gm, 17" long £80-120


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82 75. 14k yellow gold jewellery suite with entwined flowers and leaves, comprising a necklace, bracelet and a pair of earrings, 97gm in total, the earrings 23mm **with Bailey Banks & Biddle case £1600-1800

76. 18ct sapphire and diamond cluster ring, 1.2gm, ring size N; also a 9ct sapphire and diamond oval cluster ring, 2.4gm, ring size R (2) £60-100

77. Good quality Victorian agate cameo brooch, depicting a profile portrait of a lady within a yellow metal mount with applied wirework, 35.8gm, 57.5mm x 48mm; boxed £800-1200 78. Two 9ct gentlemen's signet rings, 8.5gm (2) £80-120

79. Jewellery box and assorted silver and costume jewellery, brooches, earrings, watch, necklets etc £30-50

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85 80. Novelty dragonfly pendant, set with rose diamonds, sapphire and rubies on an 18k yellow gold necklet, the pendant 26mm wide £250-300

81. French platinum pearl bracelet, the clasp set with round brilliant-cut diamonds, no. 5754. width 14mm, 16.9gm, 7.25" £500-800

82. Boucheron 18ct yellow gold sapphire and diamond necklace, with two sapphires, 2.00ct approx, and two rows of round brilliant-cut diamonds, 3.14ct approx,, clarity VS-SI, colour F/G, signed, 39.4gm, 15.5" long £2000-3000

83. 18ct yellow gold intaglio ring, London 1991, 16.8gm, 13.5mm, ring size V/W £550-600

84. Art Nouveau 9ct garnet set pendant, 8gm, 34mm wide £200-300

85. Fancy 18k white gold diamond set wishbone dress ring, with five rows of round brilliant-cut diamonds, 19mm, 9.8gm, ring size M/N £650-750 GARDINER HOuLGATE

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91. 18ct sapphire and diamond cross pendant on a slender necklace, the pendant 32mm x 18mm, 5.1gm £250-300

90 86. 9ct engraved sovereign case, maker William Neale, 14.2gm, 31mm £240-280

87. Pair of 18k white gold ruby and diamond drop earrings, each consisting of two princess-cuts over a single round brilliant diamond and a single oval claw set ruby, the diamonds estimated 1.00ct approx in total, 2.8gm, 20mm £350-450 88. 18ct diamond tennis bracelet, with thirty-seven round brilliant-cut diamonds, estimated 2.00ct approx, 17.2gm, 7" long £1000-1200

89. 1970s bicolour gold three stone diamond ring in an abstract mount, round brilliant-cut, 1.10ct approx, clarity VS2-SI, colour I/J, 9.4gm, 34mm, ring size Q £700-900

90. Good pair of 18k white gold diamond cluster earrings, round old-cuts in a rub-over setting, 2.15ct approx, clarity SI, colour I/K,2.8gm, 10.5mm diameter (lacking butterfly backs) £1200-1600

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92. 14ct yellow gold diamond half eternity ring, with eleven round brilliant-cuts, estimated 0.80ct, clarity SI, colour H/I, 9.7gm, 5.5mm, ring size u £500-700 93. Carved moonstone and blue enamel jester pendant set with two rosecut diamonds, 3gm, 22mm £700-900 94. 18ct yellow gold gentleman's serpent signet ring, 14mm, 5.7gm, ring size W £250-350 95. 18ct pavé diamond gentleman's oval signet ring, 15mm, 11gm, ring size K £450-650 96. Good quality 14ct gentleman's solitaire diamond ring, round brilliantcut, 0.40ct, approx, clarity VS, colour I/J, 10mm, 5.6gm, ring size T £400-500 97. 14k white gold diamond half eternity ring, with five round brilliant-cut diamonds, 0.50ct approx, clarity SI, colour H/I, 2.4gm, ring size Q (at fault) £80-120


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98. Platinum princess-cut solitaire diamond ring, 0.26ct, clarity SI 1, colour D, ring size L/M **with IGI report £300-400

99. 18ct sapphire and diamond oval cluster ring, the oval sapphire 1.05ct approx, in a surround of twelve round brilliant-cut diamonds, 14mm x 13mm, 3.4gm, ring size L £400-500 100. Attractive 18k white gold pink sapphire and diamond ring, the sapphire estimated 0.50ct approx, within a surround of round brilliant-cut diamonds with openwork shoulders, 14mm wide, 5.5gm, ring size N £850-950

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101. Art Deco style 18k white gold aquamarine and diamond trilliant pendant on a slender necklace, the aquamarine 2.70ct approx within a surround of round brilliant-cut diamonds, 0.65ct approx, the pendant 17mm wide £750-850 102. Pair of mother of pearl and diamond cufflinks, 6.6gm, 14mm diameter £300-400 103. Good 18ct yellow gold amethyst and diamond oval cluster ring, the amethyst in a claw set surround of round brilliant-cut diamonds, 18mm x 17mm, 7.7gm, ring size Q £550-650

BID LIVE AT: www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

105 104. Fine 'Blackamoor' gold gem set head clip brooch, modelled with an ebonised face wearing a turban, 46.3gm, 4.5" £3000-4000 105. Impressive pair of rose-cut diamond drop cluster earrings, rub-over set in white and yellow metal, 15gm, drop 62mm **worn by Kate Moss on the catwalk in New York £3500-4500

106. Art Deco style 18ct and platinum solitaire old-cut diamond ring, 0.32ct approx, clarity SI2, colour I/J, 2.2gm, ring size L/M £320-380

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110 107. 18k sapphire and diamond bombé ring designed by Alan Martin Gard, open work design set with marquise sapphires and round brilliant-cut diamonds, maker's mark, 12.3gm, width 25mm, ring size H/I £2400-2800 108. Pair of 18k white gold diamond pendant earrings, each with nine graduated round diamonds, 1.65ct approx, clarity VS-SI, colour I/K, 3.6GM, 28mm £800-1000 109. Victorian gold and enamel open scroll mourning brooch, with an oval hair locket panel and inscribed and dated verso '16th April 1854', 24.2gm, 63.5mm; red paste set mourning brooch and a lyre gilt metal stone set brooch (3) £100-200 110. Marli Jewellery (New York) Avant-Slip-On Cuff (Super) 18k white gold diamond set bangle, with V highlighting and radiant triangular diamond, signed, no. 142227, 16.4gm, width 13.5mm **with Marli box

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112. 18ct solitaire diamond ring, 1.2gm; 14k turquoise ring, 3.9gm; stained cultured pearl ring, 4gm; also two 14k pendants, 2.8gm (5) £100-150

113. George V 18ct vesta case, Birmingham 1915, engraved 'L.a. 1915', maker Horace Woodward & Co, 37.8gm £700-900

114. Garnet set cluster link necklet, 16" long; antique garnet set star shaped brooch and a 9ct garnet cluster ring £60-100

115. 15ct and 9ct turquoise and seed pearl heart design brooch, 3.1gm, 45mm; circular turquoise locket brooch and a pair of earrings (4) £50-80


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120 119. 18k white gold sapphire and diamond oval cluster ring, the sapphire 1.25ct approx, with a surround of round brilliant-cut and baguette diamonds, 14mm x 13mm, 4.8gm, ring size P £950-1150

123 116. 18ct three stone old-cut diamond gypsy ring, Chester 1900, 0.25ct approx, 4.9gm, 7mm, ring size O/P £120-180

117. Art & Crafts 9ct stylised brooch, maker Deakin & Francis, 2.7gm, 41mm £30-50 118. Good 9ct curb watch Albert with T-bar and swivel clasps, with attached Masonic folding ball 9ct and silver pendant, 51.7gm overall, 16" long £500-700

BID LIVE AT: www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

120. Good 9ct curb link bracelet, attached with a fine collection of gold and gilt seal fob pendants, one of Masonic interest. 143.6gm £700-1000

121. 18ct sapphire and diamond five stone gypsy ring, 5.9gm, 8mm, ring size O £150-250

122. Ornate diamond and sapphire set floral bow brooch, within a yellow and white metal setting, 16gm, 54mm 46mm approx £700-900

123. Pair of 18k white gold cultured pearl and diamond cluster earrings, each with single set pearl in a surround of twelve round brilliant-cut diamonds, the pearls 6mm, 4.3gm, 10mm diameter (one associated yellow gold back) £200-300 GARDINER HOuLGATE

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124. Pair of Victorian gold and banded agate drop earrings, 16mm diameter, 14gm, drop 40mm £220-280

125. White gold diamond three stone ring, old-cuts 1.23ct approx, clarity SI2, colour H/I, 2.6gm, ring size K/L £800-1000 126. 18ct white gold tanzanite and diamond oval cluster ring, 11.5mm x 10mm, ring size K/L £380-420

127. Yellow gold mounted pearl set necklace, with two round pearls over pear shaped pearls, 8gm £180-220 128. Large and impressive 18k white gold emerald and diamond oval cluster ring, the emerald 1.40ct approx, in a surround of ten round brilliant-cut diamonds, 1.00ct approx, clarity SI, colour G/H, 6.2gm, 17mm x 14mm, ring size M/N £1450-1650

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132 129. Antique rose diamond leaf design brooch, 10.4gm, 47mm x 27.5mm £450-550

130. Fine 18k white gold emerald and diamond link bracelet, with nine clusters, each with emeralds in a round brilliant-cut diamond surround, the emeralds each 1.38ct approx, 12.42ct in total, with safety chain, 47.2gm, 7.25" long £3000-5000

131. 1953 full sovereign coin converted to a pendant, 8gm; also a Liberty Head $5 gold coin converted to a pendant, 8.2gm (2) £400-500

132. Art Deco style 18k white gold diamond cluster ring, with baguette and round brilliant-cuts, clarity SI, colour G/H, 10mm, ring size Q £500-700

133. 18ct gentleman's solitaire diamond ring, Birmingham 1900, old-cut, 0.86ct approx, clarity SI, colour I/J, 8.5mm, 8.8gm, ring size P £600-800


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139 134. Assorted 9ct jewellery to include a curb bracelet (lacking clasp); necklet with cross and compass pendants, also a bracelet, 27.1gm £250-300 135. 18k white gold emerald and diamond three stone ring, the oval emerald 1.25ct, with two round brilliant-cut diamonds, each 0.25ct, clarity SI, colour I/J, 4gm, ring size P £900-1200 136. Platinum solitaire round brilliant-cut diamond ring, 1.06ct approx, clarity SI, colour F/G, 4.4gm, ring size O£1000-1500 137. Good 18k yellow gold floral cluster ring, round brilliant-cut, estimated 1.75ct approx, clarity SI, colour I/K, 15mm diameter, 4.3gm, ring size P £1500-2000 138. Five assorted 9ct rings, 15.7gm (5) £120-180

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139. Good white gold solitaire diamond ring in a rub-over Tiffany style mount, 1.05ct approx, clarity SI1, colour F/G, 5.2gm, ring size K/L **with insurance valuation for £7500 dated January 2018 £2500-3000

140. 9ct ruby and diamond lozenge shaped cluster ring, ring size L; together with a 9ct pearl single stone ring (2) £70-100

141. 18k bicolour diamond set cuff bangle and matching earrings, with applied round brilliant-cut diamond set crescent terminals, the bangle signed 'Boodles', with 'CPJ' maker's mark and hallmarked London 1987, 21.5gm; the earrings with clip and post backs, 8.7gm, 16mm **with a green leather Boodles pouch £1000-1500

142. Gold mounted oval cameo brooch with safety chain, 8.2gm, 35mm x 27mm; 9ct circular pearl set brooch, 4.7gm; 9ct stone set ring, 4.7gm; also an 18ct sapphire and diamond ring, 2.3gm (stone missing) £140-180 143. Cultured pearl single strand necklace with a 9ct clasp, the pearls 3.5mm-6mm, 40" long approx; also a pair of earrings **box £40-80

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151 144. Good 9ct curb link watch Albert with an engraved fob medallion, 30.1gm, 19.5" long £320-380

145. Limoges style enamel pearl and gem set pendant, the centre depicting a young girl, 4.3gm, 56mm £200-300

146. 18k bicolour diamond pendant on a slender necklet, with a principal round brilliant-cut diamond, 0.40ct approx, clarity SI, colour H/I, over two oval openwork links mounted with graduating diamonds, 4.7gm, the pendant 23mm £450-550

147. Rose diamond and pearl bar brooch, the principal diamond estimated 0.60ct in a leaf design surround set with further diamonds and pearls in a yellow gold and white metal mount, 7.9gm, 63mm £500-800

148. Oval cameo chariot brooch in a gilt metal mount, 58.5mm wide; another oval cameo brooch in a yellow metal mount (lacking pin); also a pair of cameo earrings £60-100 18

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152 149. French 18k yellow gold oval enamel box, green guilloche enamel inset top with an applied floral enamel cartouche, 42.1gm, 52mm x 44mm (some restoration to the enamel) £1600-2000 150. Attractive Art Deco style ruby and diamond dress cluster ring, with a centred round diamond in a surround of calibrated rubies and outer diamond band, the centre diamond 0.50ct approx, clarity VS2, colour I/J, width 11mm, 3gm, ring size N £1300-1600 151. Aquamarine and diamond yellow gold cluster ring, emerald-cut aquamarine in a surround of rose-cut diamonds in a carved mount, aquamarine 12mm x 7mm, 3.3gm, ring size N £1200-1600 152. Attractive 14k demantoid, pearl and rose diamond cluster ring, 9mm, 1.7gm, ring size L £700-900


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153. Fine platinum princess-cut solitaire diamond ring, with tapered baguette shoulders, 3.20ct approx, clarity VS, colour J/K, 5.2gm, ring size R £6000-8000

157. French Art Deco silver black enamel lady's envelope compact vanity case, the cover applied with a red moulded Sphinx and rose cut diamonds, French assay marks and numbered '87', 2.75" x 2" £450-550

154. Pair of Cartier 18k yellow gold ruby cufflinks, each end with two princess-cut rubies, signed, C6445, 10.6gm, 13.5mm diameter £2000-3000

158. 19th century jade desk seal with a cast white metal crest matrix, 3.25" long £350-450

155. Fine French 19th century 18k pierced bangle, with safety chain, 36.8gm, band width 22mm, 36.8gm £1600-2000

159. Delicate platinum pearl guard chain, the pearl 1.5mm, 9.7gm, 60" long £1000-1200

156. Roman coin gold mounted brooch by Wiese, inset with a silver ancient Greek coin depicting Athena within a scroll mount, signed, 8.9gm, 26mm diameter £1000-1500

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160. Pair of 21k yellow gold drop earrings, 7.7gm, drop 74mm £220-280 161. 18k cushion-cut smoky quartz and diamond cluster ring, with round brilliant-cut diamond and set shoulders within a basket mount, 17mm, 7gm, ring size M £300-400 GARDINER HOuLGATE

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163. Pair of 14k sapphire and diamond oval cluster ear studs, 8mm x 7mm, 1.4gm £80-120 164. Modern 18k yellow gold diamond open pendant on a slender chain, 5gm, pendant 17mm £150-200

165. Pair of modern 18k yellow gold diamond openwork earrings, 3.5gm, drop 20mm en suite with the previous lot £120-160

166. Pair of modern 18k white gold oval diamond set earrings, 6.3gm, drop 30mm £200-300 20

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167. Pair of 14k yellow gold mounted jade drop earrings of Chinese influence, 6.6gm, drop 36mm £100-150

168. 14k yellow gold mounted circular jade pendant, 13.3gm, 38.5mm diameter, together with a carved jade pendent, 42mm x 33mm £80-120

169. Good string of cultured pearls, with a silver clasp, 81.2gm, pearls 8mm approx, 36" long

**with a soft pouch branded 'Tiffany & Co.' £200-300

170. Victorian oval yellow metal and enamel mourning brooch with applied onyx and seed pearl, 11gm, 42mm £60-100

171. 18ct yellow gold wedding band, 4.2gm, ring size O; platinum ring, 2.7gm; 9ct white gold eternity ring, 2.8gm; £140-180


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173. Three various 18ct diamond and stone set rings, 11.2gm (3) £300-350 174. Five 9ct diamond and stone set rings, 13.3gm (5) £200-250

175. Six various 9ct diamond and gems set rings, 15.9gm (6) £250-300 176. Five 9ct diamond and gem set rings, 10.4gm (5) £150-180

177. Royal Mint 2000 Bullion Sovereign, no. 1704, the obverse designed by Ian Rank Broadley FRBS: FSNAD, mounted with in the original coin folder £220-280 178. Large 18k white gold round-cut solitaire diamond ring, 2.08ct approx, clarity I, colour J/K, 4gm, ring size M £4200-4800

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179. Pair of modern 18k white gold sapphire and diamond pear shaped cluster earrings, 1.4gm, 8mm x 7mm £250-300

180. Impressive 18k white gold diamond line bracelet, round-cut, estimated 5.20ct approx, clarity SI, colour I/K,19gm, 7.5" long £3500-4000

181. 9ct sapphire and diamond five stone half eternity ring, 2.gm, ring size N£180-220

182. Good pair of round brilliant-cut platinum diamond ear studs, estimated 4.50ct approx in total, clarity SI2/3, colour I/J, 4.1gm £7500-8000

183. Pair of 9ct white gold zircon ear studs, 5mm £120-150

184. 18k white gold pear shaped diamond ring, 1.08ct approx, clarity I1, colour K/L, 3.2gm, ring size N£1400-1600

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WATCHES 190. Buren Grand Prix WWII Military issue nickel cased lever pocket watch, 15 jewel movement, the back with issue markings 'G.S.T.P H20352', 52mm £40-80

188 185. 9k white gold oval opal, ruby and diamond pendant on a slender necklet, the pendant 24mm x 13.5mm £250-300

186. Pair of 18ct white gold princess-cut diamond ear studs, 2.00ct approx, clarity I1, colour J/K, 6mm £1900-2100 187. 9ct white gold sapphire pendant on necklet, pendant width 6mm £110-130

188. Fine 18k white gold Riviére diamond necklace, round brilliant-cut, estimated 5.00ct, 11.4gm, 16" long. £2500-3500 189. 9ct diamond set pendant on necklet, the pendant 16mm x 6mm £110-130 22

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191. 14k cylinder fob watch, the white dial with Arabic numerals, 15gm, 28mm (lacking case outer back) £60-100 192. Omega 9ct lady's bracelet watch, London 1966, silvered dial, with cal. 484 17 jewel movement, 23.5gm, 17.5mm £200-300 193. Rolex Precision 9ct white gold lady's bracelet watch, London 1968, the square silvered dial with baton markers, cal. 1401 18 jewel movement, case no. 35535, integral bracelet, 33.2gm, 15mm £450-650 194. Swiss rectangular sapphire and diamond white metal lady's bracelet watch, circa 1920/30s, square silvered dial within a wire-lug case, cal. 2350 15 jewels, white metal bracelet, 24.1gm, 14mm £250-350 195. Vertex 1920/30s platinum and diamond cocktail watch on a 9ct bracelet, 16 jewel movement, silvered dial with Arabic numerals, 22.5gm, 16.5mm £500-700


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206. Round brilliant-cut diamond, 1.25ct approx, clarity SI2-I1, colour I/J £700-1000

207. Assorted loose emeralds £60-100

208. Loose pear and oval-cut opals (14) £40-60

209. Four round brilliant-cut diamonds, each 0.10ct, clarity SI/I, colour I/J £60-100

210. Set of four princess-cut loose sapphires, estimated 1.10ct £40-60

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197. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust gold and stainless steel lady's bracelet watch, ref. 69173, circa 1989, serial no. L26xxxx, milled gold bezel and white dial, Oyster bracelet, 26mm £2000-2500

COLLECTION OF LOOSE DIAMONDS & GEM STONES 201. Round brilliant-cut diamond, 0.89ct approx, clarity VSI/2, colour J/K £300-500

202. Jet black round brilliant-cut diamond, 7.54ct, origin India, 12.80mm, boxed £300-500

203. Pair of similar diamonds, round brilliant-cut, each 0.15ct approx, clarity SI2-I1, colour J/K £50-80 204. Twelve assorted mixed-cut rubies (12) £30-50

205. Set of four princess-cut loose sapphires, estimated 1.69ct in total £40-60

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212. Loose round brilliant-cut diamond, 0.25ct approx £50-80

213. Three sets of five princess-cut rubies, estimated 1.70ct approx £60-100 214. Three oval loose sapphires, 2.64ct, 2.07ct, 4.35ct approx (3) £80-120

215. Five princess-cut loose sapphires, 1.36ct approx £40-60

216. Selection of loose round brilliant-cut diamonds, 0.01ct approx £80-120

217. Nine assorted diamonds, round brilliant-cut, each from 0.05ct to 0.10ct, clarity SI/1,colour H/L £120-180

218. Eight unmounted diamonds, round brilliant-cut, each 0.10ct, clarity SI, colour H/K £120-180

219. Assortment of round brilliant-cut diamonds, 0.01ct - 0.03ct approx £120-180

220. Collection of unmounted gem stones to include emerald, amethyst, moonstone, cultured pearls, garnets, moissanite, opal and others £80-120 GARDINER HOuLGATE

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221. Eight round brilliant-cut diamonds, each 0.10ct, clarity SI, colour K/L £120-180 222. Round brilliant-cut diamond, 0.30ct approx, clarity SI2/I1, colour H/I £80-120 223. Collection of assorted loose amethysts £30-50

224. Loose sapphire - blue green baguette faceted, 3.39ct (6mm x 12mm), origin Nigeria £40-80 225. Pair of loose orange oval sapphires, each 1.25ct approx (2) £30-50

226. Three round brilliant-cut diamonds, 0.10ct approx, clarity SI, colour G/H £30-60

227. Loose round-cut ruby, 0.50ct approx £30-50 228. Ten assorted mixed-cut rubies (10) £30-50

229. Three sets of five princess-cut rubies, estimated 1.79ct approx £60-100 230. Mixed-cut assorted loose lapis lazuli £10-20 231. Pack of loose mixed-cut emeralds £60-100

232. Single oval cabouchon emerald, estimated 2.50ct approx £40-80

233. Collection of unmounted coloured gemstones to include citrine, pearl, amethyst, cz, tourmaline and sapphire, within a plastic carry-case £50-100 234. Collection of unmounted coloured gemstones to include ruby, opal, topaz, opal doublet, peridot, agate, etc, within a plastic carry-case £50-100

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235. Round brilliant-cut diamond, 1.28ct approx, clarity I2, colour L-M £500-800

236. Pink sapphire, emerald-cut, 7.67ct, boxed

**with GGL certification £50-80

237. Orange sapphire, oval-cut, 9.70ct, boxed

**with GGL certification £50-80

238. Blue sapphire, emerald-cut, 6.85ct, boxed **with GGL certification £50-80

239. Emerald, octagon-cut, 8.20ct, boxed

**with GGL certification £50-80

240. Ruby, oval, 11.35ct, boxed

**with GGL certification £50-80

241. Pink sapphire, cushion-cut, 10.35ct, boxed

**with GGL certification £50-80

242. Orange sapphire, pear-cut, 5.30ct, boxed

**with GGL certification £50-80

243. Blue sapphire, emerald-cut, 6.15ct, boxed

**with GGL certification £50-80

244. Emerald, octagon-cut, 8.20ct approx, boxed

**no certification £50-80

245. Ruby, cushion-cut, 9.80ct, boxed

**with GGL certification £50-80

246. Pink sapphire, oval-cut, 8.70ct, boxed

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247. Orange sapphire, cushion-cut, 9.35ct, boxed

251. Ruby, oval-cut, 8.90ct, boxed

248. Blue sapphire, emerald-cut, 6.90ct, boxed

252. Blue sapphire, cushion-cut, 6.55ct, boxed

249. Emerald, rectangular-cut, 11.30ct, boxed

253. Blue sapphire, trilliant-cut, 9.15ct, boxed

**with GGL certification £50-80

**with GGL certification £50-80

**with GGL certification £50-80

250. Blue sapphire, pear-cut, 8.10ct, boxed

**with GGL certification £50-80

**with GGL certification £50-80

**with GGL certification £50-80

**with GGL certification £50-80

END OF DAY ONE SALE

The next specialist Jewellery Sale will be held on the 27th November 2019 Entries are now invtied - Closing date: 1st November 2019

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

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Thursday 26th September 2019 at 11am

Lots will be shown via video screen in the Blue Room

SILVER & BIJOUTERIE 301. Edward VII hexagonal silver salver, with moulded piecrust border raised on three feet, maker Fenton Brothers Ltd, Sheffield 1908, 10" diameter, 17.4oz t £120-180

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302. Pair of silver candlesticks, with turned stems and circular bases, maker DB, Birmingham 1977, 7.5" high, 15oz t approx total, filled weighted bases (2) £60-100 303. George III squared twin-handled sucrier, of boat shape form with a gilded interior upon petal feet, maker's mark indistinct, London 1811, 8" wide, 9oz t approx £100-150 304. George V square silver hors d'oeuvre stand, with four square glass liners, maker Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1929, 7" wide, 14.6oz t £80-120

305. Edward VII hexagonal silver waiter, with engraved decoration, raised on three feet, maker William Hutton & Sons, London 1906; together with a Georgian helmet silver cream jug and a smaller Victorian silver repousse cream jug, 11.9oz t total; also a small plated toast rack (4) £80-120

306. Elizabeth II limited edition silver-gilt filigree egg, no 71/500, the pierced foliate body dividing at the waist, with inset gemstone to the lower half, maker St James's House, London 1980, 1.9oz t, within fitted retail box £50-80

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308 307. Edwardian silver inkstand by Mappin Bros, of navette form with moulded rim complete with original cut glass silver mounted ink bottle, London 1901, 8.5" wide £80-120 308. George III silver 'Port' decanter label by Matthew Linwood, cast with cherubs and Bacchus amongst fruiting vines, Birmingham 1808; together with a Victorian 'Gin; decanter label by Henry Cook, Birmingham 1866, 0.8oz t total (2) £100-150


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309. Silver and enamel engine turned square compact, applied with 'The Royal Norfolk Regiment' emblem, maker Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd, Birmingham 1939, 3" square, 4.15 oz t; together with another silver circular compact bearing the 'Royal Engineers' emblem, maker William Neale, Birmingham 1939, 2.75" diameter, 1.9 oz t (2) £50-80

313. Matched pair of Edward VII silver tulip vases, each with shaped blue glass liner, repousse scrolling foliate decoration around a vacant cartouche, raised on three scrolling feet upon circular stepped bases, maker Robert Stebbings, London, one 1903, the other 1904, 6.75" high, 10.2oz t silver total (2) £120-180

310. George III silver cream jug with a card-cut rim and pedestal base, maker 'NA & AS', London 1770, 4" high, 2.3oz t £30-50

314. Rare Commonwealth period silver seal-top spoon by Stephen Venables, London, the seal with pricked initials 'A R E', 6.75" long £1000-1500

311. William IV silver vinaigrette, engine turned case enclosing a gilt interior grille, maker Francis Clark, Birmingham 1830, 1.25" wide £80-120 312. Edward VII Scottish silver twin-handled porringer, maker Crichton & Bruce, Edinburgh 1906, 7" wide, 3" high, 9.5oz t £100-150

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315. George VII silver petal lobed pot pourri bowl, maker Elkington & Co. Ltd, Birmingham 1907, 5" diameter; together with another Elkington & Co. Ltd silver bowl dated 1910, with a slim reeded border and presentation inscription dated 1911, 5.75" diameter, 14.1oz t total (2) £80-120

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316. George III silver baluster tankard, with leaf capped handle raised on a stepped foot, engraved with stylised initials, maker Peter & Ann Bateman, London 1792, 5.5" high 11.8oz t £250-350

317. George III half reeded silver tea caddy, the swing handle over two locking hinge lidded compartments raised on four feet, maker John Robins, London 1806, 7" wide, 5" deep, 4" high, 29.2oz t £250-350

318. George V silver serpentine tray, maker Robert Pringle & Sons, London 1920, 9.5" x 4"; together with two small silver photo frames, a repousse frame marked 950 and a silver framed R.Carr travel strut clock, 9.75" high; also a plated repousse border chamber stick and a Sheffield plate frame £60-100 319. Keyford Frames Ltd. repousse silver photo frame, London 1987, 9" x 7.5", together with another repousse circular frame, 7" high; larger plain rectangle frame, 8" x 10"; silver rectangular frame by Sanders & Mackenzie, Birmingham 1929 and an Art Deco style plated frame, 8" x 10" (5) £100-200

320. Sampson Mordan & Co. silver table lighter in the form of a 'Jerry'/petrol can, bearing the Russell family crest of a goat over the motto 'Che Sara Sara', Chester 1911, 2.75" high, 2.8oz t £300-400

321. George III repousse silver presentation tankard, with scrolling leaf capped handle, the foliate and shell decoration on an engraved ground around a cartouche reading 'John Anthony Cope from his Godfather A.H.J Hamilton', maker Francis Crump, London 1766, 5" high, 11.6oz t £200-300 322. Early 20th century silver mounted ebony conductors baton, by Oskar Olsen, London, together with a silver miniature egg cup, pickle fork, white metal salt spoon and miniature white metal horse figure (5) £60-100

323. George VI silver cigarette box, engine turned decoration to the hinged lid with boxwood interior, maker J B Chatterley & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1943, 6.5" wide; Edwardian embossed silver vanity jar, Kirk & Son sterling bonbon dish on stand and plated items including a wine coaster, small pierced dish, salt and pepper, two jar lids and a silver child's expanding bangle £80-120 30

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324. Pair of silver thimble 'toddy' tumblers, inscribed 'Just a Thimbleful', maker P H Vogel & Co. Birmingham 1971; also a silver egg cup dated 1939, boxed pair of early 20th century silver engraved napkin rings, two further silver napkin rings, a silver mounted ink bottle and a silver thimble; also assorted silver teaspoons and plated flatware £80-120

325. Edwardian silver chocolate pourer, with hardwood handle, maker Horace Woodward & Co Ltd, London; together with a white metal toddy ladle with a twist hardwood handle (2) £40-80

326. Pair of Walker & Hall silver plated entree dishes and covers, 11.5" wide; pair of silver plated on copper candlesticks, 10.5" high; also various other plated wares £40-80

327. Silver plated egg cruet stand, comprising six moulded rim egg cups and spoons (four matching and two associated); together with a plated chamber stick, metal snuffer and a toffee hammer £30-50

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PORCELAIN & POTTERY 341. Minton Newcastle shape dessert plate, pattern 4009, painted with central posy of flowers within an embossed basket weave border featuring three floral and gilt cartouches, 9.25" diameter; also another Minton dessert plate pattern 6303, painted with central bouquet of flowers within a gilt pierced border (at fault), 9.25" diameter (2) £60-100 342. Pair of early 19th century English porcelain cabinet plates, with painted posies of wild flowers within a wavy rim border of gilt floral swags and scrolls, numbered 2222, 9" diameter (2) £60-100

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343. Worcester Barr Flight Barr porcelain plate, with painted Armorial and gilt decoration, impressed crown to BFB mark underside, 8" diameter; together with a Royal Worcester porcelain cabinet plate with floral painted central decoration within a pierced lattice rim and scalloped edge, factory stamp and rd no. 276277 underside 8.5" diameter (2) £60-100 344. Four early English porcelain plates, including a Mintons plate with hand painted rose decoration and rope twist detailed rim, 9" diameter (4) £60-100 345. Four early English porcelain transfer print plates, including Thomas Ford wildflower and butterfly print c.1874, 9" diameter, Mintons From William Mortlock coat of arms print and two others (4) £60-100 346. Mintons porcelain cabinet plate, decorated with a pineapple within a deep blue border with gilt vines and scalloped gilt rim, 9" diameter; together with a pair of cream ground moulded porcelain floral decorated plates and another deep blue ground gilt highlighted plate (4) £60-100 347. Five early English blue and white transfer print porcelain plates; including a Spode 1813-1833 'Leaf sheet' pattern, 10" diameter, 'Leeds Bridge' pattern, 'Pyramid's pattern and two further repeated geometric prints (5) £60-100 348. Wedgwood Etruria transfer print porcelian plate, decorated with blue and white Continental landscape within gilt scrolling foliate border and scalloped moulded rim, ref.X3624X underside, 9" diameter; together with an Aynsley plate pattern no. 7485 signed G. Bentley and a pair of powder blue rim cabinet plates (4) £40-80

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350 349. Mintons type porcelain plate, hand painted decoration of flowers within a typical pink ground border of further floral panels within a gilt highlighted scalloped rim, unmarked, 9" diameter; together with two further English porcelain plates, one marked 'Felspar Porcelain no. 72' and the other Cauldon Ware Brown-Westhead Moore & Co. (3) £50-80

350. Set of four 19th Century Wedgwood porcelain scallop shell plates, each decorated with gilt shellfish within a gilt border, pattern no. x1277, 9" across (4) £40-80

351. Early 19th Century Derby porcelain plate, centrally decorated with flowers within a border of single sprigs and a gilt rim, orange crown and crossed sword mark underside, c.1810, 8.75" diameter; together with an early English porcelain platter with moulded scroll rim, numbered 3035 on the underside (2) £50-80

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352. Pair of rare and early Wedgwood plates from a larger and possibly unique dinner service, both decorated with a central flower within a border of flowers and butterflies on a powder blue and orange ground respectively, 9.75" diameter. Also a further Wedgwood blue ground pink carnation plate (3) *Reputedly from a larger dinner service of 350 pieces, given to J.J Farquharson as a gift from Josiah Wedgwood for hosting him to stay at Eastbury Park when researching China clay at nearby Tarrant-Gurville village. This lot is accompanied by a copy of a letter from Peter L. Farquharson also dating the gift between 1830 and 1845 £80-150

353. Chelsea porcelain lobed plate, 18th century, hand painted decoration of a small posy, single sprigs and a ladybird, 9" diameter (*ex. The Amos Collection) £100-150 354. Early 19th century Derby 'Imari' pattern circular plate, red factory mark, 10" diameter £30-50

355. Royal Crown Derby for Tiffany & Co. (New York) 'Imari' pattern twinhandled porcelain cup and saucer, pattern 2451, saucer 5.75" diameter; together with a Royal Crown Derby 'Imari' pattern sugar bowl, 6" diameter £50-80 356. NO LOT

357. Royal Crown Derby porcelain trio comprising a side plate, cup and saucer, pattern 6041, side plate 7" diameter; also a matching milk jug and an oval trinket dish and cover £30-50 358. Royal Worcester small porcelain lobed vase by Mille Hunt, painted with roses on a blush ivory ground, indistinctly signed, puce factory mark, no. 158, 3.25" £50-80

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359 359. 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) £200-300 360. Royal Worcester 'The Heritage Collection' porcelain oval twin-handled pedestal vase and cover, painted with reserves of feathers on a blue ground within gilded highlights, 2008, 6.25" high £40-80 361. Royal Worcester 'The Heritage Collection' porcelain single candlestick, painted with an oval reserve of flowers on a yellow ground within gilded Greek key borders, 2015, 8" high £20-40 362. Royal Worcester 'The Heritage Collection' porcelain inkstand, with a loop handle and inset with two lidded wells, painted with feathers within gadrooned gilt borders, 2014, 5" wide £40-80


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368 363. Dresden porcelain teapot, lidded sucrier and side plate, each decorated with alternate panel scenes of courting couples in the manner of Watteau, between floral sprays against a blue ground, the teapot, 7.5" high, side plate 7.5" diameter £60-100 364. Pair of pottery cat ornaments, with floral transfer print on a white ground, tallest 9.5" high (2) £30-50

365. Samson porcelain figural group, modelled as a couple holding hands upon an oval base with gilded highlights, bearing golden anchor mark, 6" high £30-50

366. Continental 19th century porcelain figural desk inkstand of cherub seated on a winged chariot, over two inkwells with covers and, gilded highlights, 5.5" high, 8" wide £30-50 367. Sitzendorf porcelain figural group of a courting couple dancing, 5" high, together with four further Sitzendorf figures modelled in various pursuits including hunting and gardening (5) £100-150

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MEISSEN 368. Meissen porcelain figure of 'Touch' from the Senses Series after J.C. Schˆnheit, modelled as a lady in a crinoline dress seated at a table with a bird in a gilt cage, 19th century, blue crossed swords mark and incised 'E.4', 5.5" high £200-300 369. Meissen porcelain figure of 'Smell' from the Senses Series after J.C. Schˆnheit, modelled as a lady in a crinoline dress seated at a table smelling flowers, 19th century, blue crossed swords mark and incised 'E.5'', 5.5" high £200-300 370. Meissen porcelain Muse 'Thalia' figural group, modelled seated semidraped at a tree with a cherub each holding masks upon a naturalistic base with a band of laurel leaves, blue crossed swords and incised number 'E 23', 10" high £250-350

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371. Meissen porcelain figural group modelled as Father Time holding an hour glass with three cherub attendants upon a naturalistic base with gilded scroll highlights, 19th century, blue crossed swords mark and incised 'D4, 7.5" high £400-600 372. Meissen Bacchanalian porcelain figural group, modelled with a satyr standing beside a tree squeezing grapes into wine to a Bacchante (follower of Bacchus), with two fauns upon an oval naturalistic base with gilded scroll highlights, 19th century, blue crossed swords mark and incised 'D 63', 9" high £400-600

373. Meissen porcelain parrot, naturalistically modelled with brightly coloured plumage and perched upon a tree stump, late 19th century, blue crossed swords mark and incised '59', 8.75" high (restoration to the tail feather) £400-600

374. Meissen porcelain teapot and cover, with a pink rose finial and painted with floral sprays within gilded borders, blue crossed swords marks and incised number, 7.75" high £80-120 34

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375. Meissen porcelain 'Onion' pattern plate with a pierced border, blue crossed swords mark, 9" diameter £30-50 376. Meissen porcelain tea bowl, blue crossed swords mark (Marcolini period), 3" diameter (hairline crack); two small Meissen cups and a Meissen Onion pattern salt (4) £50-80

377. Meissen porcelain matched cup and saucer, painted with flowers within gilded borders (dot and Marcolini period), the cup 1.8" high; together with another matched cup and saucer (saucer restored) £50-80

378. Meissen porcelain pickle leaf dish, painted with floral sprays, blue crossed swords mark, 5"; also a Meissen oval lobed porcelain dish, decorated in low relief with four dragons within a pink scaled border, 5" wide (2) £100-150

379. Meissen porcelain cup and saucer, with entwined handle painted with fruits within gilded borders, blue crossed swords mark,19th century, the cup 2.5" high £80-120


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380. Meissen porcelain cup and saucer, with entwined handle painted with flowers within gilded borders, blue crossed swords mark, the cup 2.5" high £80-120

381. Meissen porcelain square bowl, central hand painted decoration of floral sprays, 7.5" square £120-180

382. Pair of Meissen porcelain reticulated cabinet plates, hand painted with floral spray decoration and butterflies within pierced basket weave rim, blue crossed swords mark, 9.5" diameter (2) £200-300

383. Italian Ginori mailoica scalloped oval faience basket, with rope twist twin handles, the sides decorated with cherub faces with wings on a powder blue ground with yellow borders, signed Ginori 243-674 to the underside, 14" long £60-100 384. Early English porcelain creamware part tea set decorated with fruiting vines, comprising teapot, cream jug, two graduated bowls and six cups with saucers £50-100

385. Early English blue and white transfer printed porcelain part tea set, decorated in a Chinese manner of pagoda and bridge scenes comprising teapot on stand, cream jug, two twin handled platters, two graduated bowls, four sandwich plates, eleven cups and twelve saucers £60-100

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391. Stourbridge type glass and millefiori paperweight inkwell and stopper, blue and green cane millefiori, inclusions to the base and stopper, 5" high £60-100 392. Joe St. Clair glass paperweight, in the form of a jug with bubble and turquoise petal inclusions, 3" high, together with a Murano glass millefiori cane paperwight, bearing factory label, 2.75" diameter (2) £50-80 393. Miniature Clichy type glass funnel neck vase, with red and white cane spiral decoration, 3" high; together with a similar miniature baluster glass vase in a red and white spiral design, 3" high (2) £40-80

386-390 NO LOT

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394. French Clichy type red and white swirl glass dump paperweight, with shaped clear glass finial, 2" high £50-80

395. Strathearn ovoid glass paperweight, modelled with a blue flower planted in a soil base, marked with an S cane, 3.75" high £30-50

396. Faceted six window glass and millefiori cane paperweight, possibly Clichy, the turquoise on white surround enclosing red, blue and white concentric canes, 2.5" diameter £60-100

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397. Glass dump paperweight, featuring five coloured flowerheads on an amber bubble inclusion base, 3.5" diameter, 3" high £20-40

398. Miniature glass and millefiori paperweight probably Clichy, with multicoloured short canes around a central typical Clichy rose cane, 1.75" diameter £60-100

399. Two similar glass and millefiori cane paperweights, one with assorted cane inclusions, the other with a central white flower within concentric flowerhead cane borders of white and red, both 2" diameter approx (2) £50-80

400. Dragonfly glass and millefiori paperweight, the central blue dragonfly within a border of pale blue and pink millefiori canes, scratch carved P1970 to base, 2.5" diameter; together with a miniature millefiori paperweight of five canes, 1.75" diameter (2) £40-60 401. Three glass and millefiori paperweights, the largest dump with spiral inclusions and short canes around a central inverted bubble inclusion, 2.75" high, the smaller with dense spirals and canes and the smallest with sparse short canes, 2.5" and 2" diameter respectively (3) £50-80 36

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402. French faceted six window glass paperweight possibly by Clichy, with a single pink rose to the centre, the base lattice engraved, 3.5" diameter, 2.5" high` £200-400

403. Good Victorian glass and close packed millefiori paperweight, possibly George Bacchus, with dense multicoloured canes including three with silhouette of Queen Victoria, 3.75" diameter £300-600


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404. Whitefriars 1977 Silver Jubilee faceted glass and millefiori paperweight, limited edition no. 398/1000, 3" diameter, boxed with certificate of authenticity; together with a similar Whitefriars faceted glass and millefiori cane paperweight dated 1970, 3" diameter (2) £60-100 405. Whitefriars glass and millefiori floral chain paperweight, on a deep blue ground, 3" diameter; together with an egg shape glass and millefiori applied paperweight, 2.5" high (2) £40-60 406. Whitefriars multifaceted glass and concentric millefiori cane paperweight, dated 1970, 3" diameter £60-100

407. Whitefriars facet window glass and millefiori butterfly paperweight, the multicoloured cane butterfly with floral border surround on a black ground, 1979, 3" diameter, boxed £100-150 408. Whitefriars Christmas 1979 faceted glass and millefiori paperweight, limited edition no. 396/1000, 3" diameter *boxed with certificate of authenticity £150-250

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409. 19th century glass wig stand on turned stand, with bubble and petal shape inclusion, 7.5" high; together with another smaller example densely decorated with swirl, spiral and bubble inclusions, 4.5" high (2) £60-100 410. Pair of moulded glass knife rests, inset with red and white spiral twist rods, 3.5" wide; together with twenty four assorted sized glass marbles £20-40 411. 19th century silver plated decanter stand, inset with a pair of Bristol blue glass globe decanters with plated mounts and decanter labels, the stand 12.5" high overall, decanters 8.5" high. also a silver plated decanter stopper modelled as an eagle on cork, 4" long £100-150 412. Bristol amethyst glass horn, of straight fluted twist form, 12" long; together with another Bristol amethyst glass fluted twist horn, 10" long and pipe with six knopped stem (faults to tip), 11" long (3) £50-80 413. Five assorted Bristol blue and green glass decanters (5) £100-150

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417. Victorian Bristol blue glass fly catcher with stopper, 8" high; together with a pair of Bristol blue glass Hyacinth bulb vases, 8" high (3) £40-80

418. Victorian glass fly catcher with stopper upon raised on three feet, 7" high, together with a pair of antique glass epergne vases, 8" high (3) £40-60

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419. Daum Nancy art glass vase, of squared baluster form with a flared rim, decorated with raised acid cut wild flowers on a deep orange and yellow frosted ground, evidence of worn gilded highlights to decoration and rim, signed with Cross of Lorraine, 5.5" high (one minor corner rim chip) £100-200 420. Early 20th century iridescent swirl design art glass bottle vase, probably WMF, 10.5" high £80-120

421. Pair of antique oversize drinking glasses, 9.25" high, together with a set of six wine glasses with etched border decoration, two further similar wine glasses, a dimpled cut glass decanter, cut glass jug and bowl (a collection) £50-80

422. Large collection of assorted antique liqueur and sherry glasses, including some matching pairs, mostly plain (a collection) £50-80

423. Victorian glass tankard, decorated with etched ferns under concentric cranberry glass trails around the rim, 6.5" high £20-40

433 414. Early Bristol blue glass charger decorated with concentric gilt painted borders, 10.5" diameter; together with a smaller blue glass plate, a pair of red glass plates, various blue glass table wares including fluted cream jug, egg cup, cayenne shaker, two similar salts on stands and a flared vase liner with oval facet cut border (a collection) £80-150 415. Three large Murano glass candies retailed by Liberty's, each with striped decoration and gilt flecked wrapper, 4" wide approx (3) £20-40

416. Decorative amethyst glass cornucopia vase, mounted with a cast brass stag's head upon a veined green onyx socle, 7" high £40-80

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BIJOUTERIE & ANTIQUES 431. Collection of assorted costume jewellery to include necklaces, brooches, rings, etc £40-80

432. Small selection of assorted watches, stopwatch and travel clock; YardO-Led rolled gold pencil in original box, silver pencil and two Parker pens £20-40

433. Pietra Dura white metal chatelaine and scent bottle, the floral hinged front revealing a glass bottle liner, 6.5" overall £100-200


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434. Rare Stereo Hawkeye model no. 1 camera by Blair Camera Co. within leather travel case £200-300 435. Three carved giltwood Florentine frames, 12.5" high, two set with mirrors, one enclosing a Berlin style porcelain plaque painted with a bust of a lady, 3.5" x 2.5", inscription verso (3) £200-300 436. 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 £60-80 437. 19th century Continental porcelain plaque of a still life of assorted flowers, 6" x 4", within decorative gilt gesso frame £60-100 438. Good Victorian burr walnut and coromandel brass bound vanity case, the hinged lid with internal mirror enclosing a divided interior and further hinged extending tray, complete with silver mounted glass jars and boxes hallmarked London 1866, maker George Brace, 12" wide, 9" deep, 6" high £300-500

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438 439. Wax bust of a Georgian gentleman, mounted within a glazed rectangular gilt box frame; together with a wax half length profile of another 18th century gentleman within an oval glazed frame (2) £80-120

440. Selection of antique treen to include a toddy ladle, liqueur glass within a lidded wooden outer case, turned egg cup, turned ball puzzle on stand, small model of a boot and an interesting German carved figure of an apostle (6) £60-100

441. Early brass gill measure, 3.75" high; a small communion cup with semi fluted bowl on turned stem and a hot water pot with turned wooden handle raised on three feet (3) £50-80

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445 444. 17th century pewter seal-top finial spoon, 6.75" long £100-150

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442. 18th century Dutch brass rectangular tobacco box, the lid with engraved scenes of harvesting, 5.5" wide, together with another with engraved decoration commemorating the Battle of Brunswick with cityscapes and their corresponding Royals, 3.5" wide (2) £120-180 443. 17th century brass seal-top /finial spoon, 6.75" long, together with other brass novelties including a top hat souvenir pencil sharpener, scissor action sugar nips and a small modelled hand, possibly of a crucified Christ (4) £100-150 40

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445. Remington Double Derringer 2nd Type double-barrel pistol, stamped 'E Remington & Sons, Ilion NY, Elliots Patent Dec 12th 1865' to the top of the barrel, two-piece oak grip, sheathed trigger, 3" barrel, 4.75" long overall £250-350

446. Scottish steel flintlock dress belt pistol by MacLeod, stamped under the hammer, engraved bands around the octagonal barrel and minimal star burst and wheat sheaf decoration to the side plate, rams horn shape butt, 12.5" long overall £200-400

447. 19th century 5 shot percussion revolver, octagonal blued steel barrel with ejector stamped 'London' with proof marks, scrolling engraved detail and chequered grip, 10" long overall, within a baize lined mahogany fitted box and accessories bearing the trade label of Clough & Son Gun Makers, Bath £300-500


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448. Good early 18th century flintlock pistol by William Turvey, London, with a canon barrel and moulded muzzle with stamped proof marks, figured walnut butt with a raised carved foliate moulding, applied vacant silver cartouche and foliate mane, the silver butt-cap chased and cast with a lion's head mask, stamped 'W. Turvey, London' 12" long overall £400-800 449. World War II Military Commando dagger, within leather and brass mounted scabbard; together with an associated metal scabbard, 11.5" long; alos four vintage swords including a dress sword, cutlass sword and two samurai type swords (5) £60-100 450. Third Reich NSDAP Party Membership enamel badge, of SS Officer Josef Bauer (1881-1958), no. M1/34 on the reverse £50-80

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451. Asprey travel clock, within leather travel case £60-100 452. Whale tooth from The Antarctic Expedition of 1952-1953, a story told in the 1954 Columbia Pictures Production of 'Hell Below Zero', mounted upon a square plinth bearing presentation to R. Egerton Johnson, 6" high £60-100 453. Replica resin scrimshaw tusk decorated with the ship Romulus, the reverse with a lady holding a flower titled 'Dearest Rose', dated October '1832', 6.5" long £30-50

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454. Royal Naval Historical Events onboard H.M.S. Australia 1889-1893 - The Untold Written Journal Logs of Frederick. C. Allen 132706, Mediterranean Dreadnought Project The contents of Frederick Allen's Navy Seaman's ditty box include three handwritten detailed journals dating from 1st December 1889 with each day documented through to 7th June 1893. There are a number of original photographs of himself with crewman and the H.M.S. Australia, full service certificate on velum, personal belongings and souvenirs, The Cruise of H.M.S. Australia Royal Navy issued handbooks and a handwritten detailed book which includes records of maintenance for large guns, exercises, places visited, uniforms, drills to manoeuvres, addresses of crew mate's families, court martials, general facts and logs of ships from 1885 to 1899; it also includes songs and various sketch drawings of Portsmouth, Isle of White, H.M.S. Indefatigable, H.M.S. Venus, Mount Etna and others Frederick Charles Allen was a from a humble background, having lived through exciting times during his service in the Navy, returning to civilian life as so many servicemen did.

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His certificate of service in the Royal Navy shows every naval ship he served on board with captains' signatures. His service started on board H.M.S. St Vincent in 1885 which was a training ship for boys before then going on board H.M.S. Vernon (Actaeon) in 1887 being signed by Captain Charles G. Robinson. He then joined H.M.S. Monarch later in 1887 which served in the Channel fleet from 1885 to 1890, which is signed by Captain W. Singleton. Frederick Allen then went on to serve with H.M.S. Wildfire in 1889 before moving on board H.M.S. Australia which is where his journals begin on the Mediterranean Dreadnought Project which is signed by Captain Martin J Dunlop and then Admiral Swinton Colthurst Holland. Other ships he served on board after the Project were H.M.S. Victory signed Captain Henry C. Kane, H.M.S. Excellent, H.M.S. Magnet, H.M.S. Royal Sovereign, H.M.S. Trafalgar, H.M.S. Venus before ending his twelve year service on board H.M.S. Duke of Wellington. At the end of his eventful career he returned home to his wife Eliza Blake recorded as living in Stockcross, Berkshire in 1901. They had two sons, Frederick Henry Rex in 1906 and John Valentine in 1911. Frederick tried his hand as a publican before becoming an electrical wireman like his father thirty years prior. After 1911 Frederick and Eliza lives are undocumented, but records tell us that he died, aged 79 in Newbury in 1947, Eliza's death is uncertain.

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455. Album of Victorian and Edwardian postcards, including comical examples, British and European photographed travel scenes, portraits of actresses mostly Mary Studholme etc (over 150) £50-80

456. Indian repousse white metal case with hinged lid, decorated with figures in trees around the hinged cover decorated with fruiting vines, bearing inscription to the base dated 1895 and initials to the lid; also a silver plated half reeded squat teapot (2) £40-60 457. 19th century Tibetan Kapala skull cap drinking vessel, chased and applied face with headdress in silvered and copper coloured metals, 7" across widest point £200-400

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458. Antique Chinese lacquered chess board box, 22" square open £100-150

459. Three antique chess boards, one signed Leuchars of London, largest 22" square £100-150 460. Antique Jaques wood chess set (32 pcs), kings stamped 'Jacques London', height of kings 10cm tall (faults) in wooden box £50-100

461. Antique Chinese bone and bamboo Mahjong set, within five drawer chest case £100-150

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463. Antique ivory chess set (32 pcs), height of kings 10.5cm, in wooden box £50-100

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464. Antique bone/ivory chess set (31 pcs, lacking one pawn) in wooden box £100-150 465. Antique ivory Chinese chess set (32 pcs), height of kings 7.5cm £50-100

466. Antique wood chess set, white king stamped 'Jaques London', height of kings 11cm £200-300 467. Three antique wood folding chess boards, largest 13.75" square (3) £50-100

468. Antique Killarney Irish wood chess/backgammon board box, 20.5" square open £100-150

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474 469. Antique leather backgammon board box; together with a bone chess set and various playing cards etc £80-120

470. Two antique chess boards, largest 21" square £100-150

471. Antique Jaques wooden chess set, white king stamped 'Jaques London', contained within a box, height of king 11cm (32 pcs) £100-150

472. Antique leather backgammon board, 30" x 18" open, with various games £50-100

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473. Antique weighted chess set (32 pcs), height of kings 9cm £50-100

474. Antique Jaques chess set with box and label (32 pcs), kings stamped 'Jacques London', height of kings 9cm £200-300

475. Antique Jaques chess set with box and label, kings stamped 'Jacques London', height of kings 9cm (32 pcs) £200-300

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481 477. Chess board stamped 'Jaques London'; together with two other chess boards (3) £40-60 478. Victorian bone chess set and mahogany folding chess box, bone counters, height of kings 11cm £40-60 479. 19th century lacquered chess/backgammon box £150-200 480. Large backgammon/chess box £40-60

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482 481. Antique Jaques style weighted chess set, kings 9cm tall £200-300 482. Victorian games compendium, the oak case enclosing an ivory and stained chess set, draughts pieces, games counters, cribbage marker board, two packs of De La Rue branded playing cards and a pair of boxwood dice shakers, case 14" wide £250-350 483-490 NO LOT

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491. Troika small cylinder vase, decorated by Marilyn Pascoe, signed St Ives to base, 5.75" high £50-80 492. Troika brick vase, decorated by Tina Doubleday, monogram and marks to base, 8.5" high £150-200 493. Troika chimney vase, marked St Ives to base, 8" high £150-250 494. Troika spice jar, monogram PN to base, 6" high £70-100

495. Troika lipped cylinder vase, decorated by Alison Brigden, monogram and marks to base, 8" high £100-150

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501 496. Troika spice jar, decorated by Penny Broadribb, monogram and marks to base, 6" high £70-100

497. Troika spice jar, decorated by Louise Jinks, monogram and marks to base, 5.75" high £70-100

498. Troika Coffin vase, decorated by Simone Kilburn, monogram and marks to base, 6.75" high £60-100

499. Troika double egg cup, 3.5" high £30-50

500. Troika 'D' plate, marked St Ives to underside, 7.5" x 7.5" £100-150

501. Troika rectangular lamp base, decorated by Alison Brigden, monogram and marks to base, 9.25" high including fitting £100-150


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502. Troika spice jar, decorated by Marilyn Pascoe, monogram and marks to base, 6.25" high £70-100 503. Troika cube vase, decorated by Eleanor Winning, monogram and marks to base, 3.25" high £50-80 504. Troika cube vase, decorated by Marilyn Pascoe, monogram and marked St Ives to base, 3.25" high £50-80 505. Troika slab 'Calculator' vase, marked St Ives to base, 7" high £200-300 506. Contemporary studio pottery ceramic wraparound cup, minimally decorated with slim waist lines, monogram JA? to the lower side, 4.5" high £20-40 507. Ara Cardew (b.1962) for Wenford Bridge Pottery Studio Pottery stoneware bowl, the exterior decorated with borders in natural shades, the interior with abstract landscapes with green on a natural ground, monogram and factory stamp to lower side, 5.25" diameter, 2.25" high £40-60 508. John Porrex - studio pottery stoneware and slip decorated teapot, of abstract waisted form with ribbon handle over, 7.75" high £40-60

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509 509. Robert Dawson (b.1953) - pair of limited edition Aesthetic Sabotage plates, edition nos. 5 and 12 of 100, 10.5" diameter (2) £50-80 510. Peter Hayes - porcelain sculpture of bulbous rectangular form with inset copper disc, signed to base, 11.5" high (at fault) £300-400 511. John Maltby (b.1936) - studio pottery stoneware of vase of slim waisted form, decorated with abstract landscapes on a deep black ground, the interior with a deep black gloss glaze, 10" high £300-500 512. Gouda Pottery polychrome decorated circular pottery vase, with raised moulded borders and repeated stylised motif around, hand signed factory mark and Holland to base with date symbol for 1923, 3.25" diameter, 3" high £30-50 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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521. Large brass model horse, 31" high £100-150

522. Victorian pierced brass fire fender, 47" wide; together with another smaller fender and a fireside tool trio (5) £30-50 523

523. Good late 19th century Borough of Darlington Imperial Bushel bell metal measure by De Grave & Co, London 1893, with twin turned wooden handles, 19.25" diameter, 25.5" wide overall, 9" high £800-1200

524. Good late 19th century Borough of Darlington Imperial Peck bell metal measure,by De Grave & Co., London 1893, with twin turned wooden handles, 11" diameter, 15.5" wide overall, 7.25" high £500-800

524 513. After Demetre H. Chiparus (1886-1947) - cast bronze figure of a dancer, raised upon veined stepped square plinth, 19.5" high £100-150

514. After Demetre H. Chiparus (1886-1947) - large cast bronze figure of an Egyptian dancer, mounted upon a veined black marble socle, 25.5" high £150-250 515-520 NO LOT 50

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525. Regency style apprentice mahogany four-poster bed, with double height mattress, items of bed linen and curtains, raised on castors, 28" long, 18" wide, 30" high *The original retail catalogue description is included £300-500

526. Angling Interest - Bruce and Walker hexagraph Hugh Falkus sea trout special three piece hexagonal fishing rod, with an 18" cork handle, in a branded red felt rod bag £60-100

527. Angling Interest - Bruce & Walker parabolic lite 14ft three piece salmon fly fishing rod, with a 21" cork handle, in a branded red felt rod bag; together with a further 8' 7" two-piece fly fishing rod, named Stockbridge no. 5, in Dermot Wilson branded material rod bag (2) £50-80


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528. Angling Interest- Leeda Magnum fly fishing reel, with adjustable drag dial; together with five assorted Magnum 200D disc drag line spools, all within fitted reel bag; also two further system Two Scientific anglers 78 fly fishing reels, a further vintage reel and three associated spools £50-80 529. Angling Interest - good collection of books relating to the art of fly fishing, equipment and the river environment £100-150

530. Two pairs of antique wooden lawn bowls, no.3 bias, 5/16, both pairs within leather carry cases. £20-40

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531. 19th century circular riveted copper log bin, 21.5" diameter, 16" high £80-150

532. Early Victorian framed sampler by Mary Tizard, worked with verse and images of trees and plants, with scene of Adam and Eve, dated October 22nd 1839, 13" x 17" £60-100 533. Afghan terracotta glazed bowl decorated centrally with mythological animals, within a text border, powder blue on a cream ground, 9.5" diameter, 4" high £40-80

534. Set of four similar antique carved ebonised oak corbels, probably 17th century, each with a putto, 11" high (4) £120-180

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535. Interesting Mexican carved Votive figural scene of Mary and Child, 19th century, polychrome and gilt decorated upon a gilt plinth backed by gilt starburst, within glazed box frame, frame 10.5" wide and 16.5" high £200-300 536. French 19th century gilt bronze table lamp and silk embroidered shade, with cast borders and twin cherub handles on wing mounts, raised on four paw feet, 29" high including shade £500-700

537. Interesting and rare oak cased barrel piano, bearing the makers' plaques to the front and side inscribed Fabrique de Pianos, R. Leleux fils & V. Servranckx, Maison Fondee en 1903, 25 Rue Verte, Porte de Tirlemont, Louvain, fitted to the left hand side with a twenty centime payment slot, crank handle and tune selector dial, also fitted with light switches to the back, within an Arts & Crafts style foliate carved panelled and mirror-backed case, 83" high, 52.25" wide, 33" deep overall £400-800

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539. Oriental stumpwork embroidered picture of a cockerel and hen, 19.5" x 19", framed, together with a smaller embroidery of a Cockerel, framed (2) £40-60

540. Pair of Victorian feathered pictures of birds with watercolour details, 6" x 8", framed £30-50

541. Chinese School (19th century) - study of birds in water, watercolour on rice paper, 20" x 16", framed (at fault); together with a early 19th century reverse glass painting of birds (2) £60-100 542-550 NO LOT

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551. Chinese School - carp leaping from the water, watercolour on silk, signed and stamped, 14.5" x 40", within a gilt wooden frame £40-80

552. Chinese hardwood carved figure of Hotei, with inset gilt metal highlights, 17" high £40-80

553. Chinese large blue and white 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) £150-250

554. Tibetan gilt wooden carved statue of a standing deity, raised on an ornate carved multi level plinth, (faults), 23" high £100-200

555. Japanese bronze incense burner, with a rearing dragon handle over the pierced lid, cast relief decoration around, raised on three feet, 8.5" high £200-400


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560 556. Chinese blue and white porcelain jardiniere, decorated with traditional figures in pagoda landscapes, 15" diameter, 12.5" high (at fault) £200-300 557. Chinese blue and white crackle glazed porcelain charger decorated with a scene of figures on a bridge within a repeated scrolling border, seal mark to underside, 14" diameter £60-100 558. Chinese porcelain globular bottle vase, decorated with figures around, on a black and repeated flower pattern ground, printed seal mark, 13" high; together with a green glaze vase decorated with a band of Oriental figures in a cream palette,12.5" high (2) £50-80

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559. Chinese blue and white porcelain jardiniere in the Kangxi style, decorated with fish and marine life, 8.75" diameter, 4" high £300-500 560. Small Chinese porcelain bottle vase, possibly Republic period, decorated with a dragon in red with a gilt highlighted rim, seal mark, 4" high £300-500 561. Chinese blue and white porcelain brush pot in the Kangxi style, with Chinese text, 5" high £150-250 562. Chinese porcelain crackle glazed lobed trefoil vase, possibly Guangxu, 3.25" wide, 2.5" high £150-250 563. Small Chinese celadon porcelain circular dish with inverted rim, bearing Kangxi marks, 4.75" diameter £150-250

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566. Antique Oriental jardiniere with folded rim, decorated with a mottled green glaze, 15.5" diameter; also a carved Chinese hardwood stand, 9.5" diameter (2) £40-80

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564. Chinese blue and white porcelain teapot, decorated with floral panels within scrolling foliage, bearing Daoguang marks 5" high £150-250 565. Chinese Ming style yellow glaze circular dish, bearing marks, decorated centrally with a crane amongst clouds, 7" diameter £140-180

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567. Japanese Imari plate in typical palette, 8.5" diameter; Chinese prunus blossom double gourd vase, 12" high, small Oriental porcelain figure; also a Humphrey Taylor & Co. transfer printed baluster vase and cover and two French plates (6) £60-100

568. Eastern bronze and parcel gilt figure of a deity, modelled seated playing a flute upon a raised rectangular base with foliage and small animals within, 8" high £60-100

569. Set of eight bronze graduated opium weights, modelled as birds, tallest 2.75" high (8) £40-60

570. Chinese hardstone carving of a bird, upon a shaped hardwood stand raised on four feet, 3.5" high, £30-50

571. Collection of five carved Japanese ivory netsuke and okimono, all modelled as gentlemen in various pursuits holding scrolls, fans, fruit etc, Meiji period, tallest 3.25" high; together with two associated miniature hardwood stands (5) £100-200

572. Collection of six Japanese carved ivory netsuke and okimono,, Meiji period; also a small stained cylindrical inro with a carved crew cover and chain £100-200

573. Five Japanese ivory netsuke modelled in various artistic and theatrical pursuits including two holding masks, Meiji period (5) £200-300


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575 574. Chinese jade bead necklace, 34" long; jade bangle, ring, ear studs and a small carving (6) £80-120

575. Fine Japanese Satsuma rectangular porcelain box, the cover decorated with panels depicting a dense Shizan figural group and a mountainous lakeland scene, the sides decorated with floral roundels on a gilded dark ground, Meiji period, 5.25" wide, 3.75" deep, 2" high (restoration) *bearing a maker's signature and collectors label to the base - see images £600-800

576. Pair of Japanese bronzed spelter baluster vases, with raised moulded bird and repeated geometric decoration, 8.25" high; together with a figure of a lady holding a basket and a tripod candlestick (4) £40-80 577-600 NO LOT

VINTAGE & GENERAL SMALLS 601. Collection of vintage and later books to include fiction works by Dickens, Rowling, Kerouac, Fleming, Durrell etc £20-40

602. Large collection of reference books and guides relating to natural history, animals and anatomy, historic vehicles and militaria etc £50-80

603. The Beatles - 'Please Please Me' vinyl LP in original sleeve, PMC 1202 mono £10-20

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604. 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 £10-20

605. Contemporary cold cast bronze resin torso of a farmer holding a lamb, 8" high £15-25

606. Boosey & Hawkes Ltd clarinet, serial no. 30201, in an associated case £20-40

607. Good large bronze study of a carp, standing on three fins, 26" long and 11" high; together with a similar bronze sculpture of a pair of fish standing on their tails, 22" high (2) £40-60

608. Chinese Tang style Sancai Majolica drip glaze pottery horse, upon rectangular plinth, 16" high £30-50

609. Nicaraguan ceramic vase, with twin spouts decorated with lizards on each side, signed San Juan De Oriente. Masaya. Nica by Emmanuel Maldonada to underside, 15" wide, 7.5" high £20-40

610. Noritake abstract symbol pattern part coffee set, comprising coffee pot, cream jug, sugar bowl and cover, six sandwich plates and six cups with saucers £20-40

611. Booths 'Real Old Willow' pattern part tea service comprising three graduated jugs, sugar bowl, dessert bowls, sandwich plates and six cups with five saucers £40-80 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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612. Vintage Canon EXEE camera ser. no. 140153, with original instruction booklet sold together with further vintage cameras including Kodak Ectra 200, Akarette and Mini-Electro 35. Also a pair of Boots Ascot 10 x 50 binoculars in leather carry case (a collection) £40-60 613. Victorian Johnson Bros. coffee set comprising tall coffee pot, cream jug, sugar bowl, five coffee cups and six saucers (one missing), decorated with blue and gilt floral sprays with slim gilt and blue borders, also a cut glass baluster vase, 13" high £20-40 614. NO LOT 615. Two similar W J Myatt & Co. silver napkin rings, silver vesta box, two commemorative five pound coins, Bacchanalian fraternity of Burgundy wine enthusiasts crested wine taster and a large plated table coaster with hardwood base. Also two vintage gents wristwatches on expanding bracelets and a an M.D.S chronograph stopwatch £40-80 616. Faux marble resin bust of a lady, upon a circular marble base, 9" high £20-40 617. After Berrachio - Italian large porcelain figural group of a lady seated with child, a basket of fruit by their side, modelled upon a naturalistic ground, on a gilt bordered circular base, 11" high; together with a figure of a shepherd with a lamb across his knee, blue crossed swords mark underside, 10" high (2) £50-80 618. Large vase in the form of a crane with wings outstretched, 15" high £20-40 619. Two similar Chinese lustre glaze vases, the largest with a lobed flared rim and 11" high, together with three other Oriental vases (5) £60-100 620. Two similar Chinese porcelain teapots, the tallest with a swing handle 7.5" high; together with two similar decorated tea cups and ten tea bowls. Also four miniature tea cups (a collection) £30-50 621. Le Creuset - five graduated saucepans with lids, largest 8.5" diameter, smallest 5.25" diameter; together with a lidded casserole dish 9.5" diameter (6) £40-60

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622. Pair of Eastern brass baluster vases, decorated with raised dragons, 9.5" high; together with assorted brass chargers, bowls and plates, all engraved in typical decoration; also miscellaneous further brass items including a bell, boat shaped candle holder, small vase, water pot and a figural embellishment, possibly a handle (a collection) £50-100

623. Five Chinese porcelain cuboid vases converted to electric table lamps, each decorated with painted figural scenes, mounted upon square hardwood stands, 19.5" high total including light fitting (5) £100-200

624. African hardwood short spear, with carved bust of a stylised gentleman to the butt, 38" long, with a small collection of antique and more recent daggers and blades, including eastern etc. and a carved hardwood truncheon £100-200

625. Large collection of Ordnance Survey maps and charts, 1960s/70s, some published for the Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Overseas Development etc, including regions of East Africa, Bahamas, Singapore, Hong Kong etc (a collection) £20-40

626. Three brass light fittings, one with hanging frosted glass globe shade, 32" drop approx, and two with elaborately cast brackets featuring scrolling vines and winged lions etc. (3) £50-100

627. Georgian style oval mahogany butler's tray, with twin moulded handles, 25" wide (at fault) £15-30

628. Two similar Staffordshire pottery dogs, 13.5" high; Paragon 1937 King George and Queen Elizabeth souvenir cabinet plate, fluted and lobed Foley jelly mould and a Chinese blue and white vase decorated with figures in a garden (5) £60-100

629. Victorian relief moulded porcelain jug,in white, titled 'Naomi and Her Daughter-in-Law', 8.5" high £20-30

630. Pair of Victorian brass candlesticks, on square basses, 10" high; a further pair of brass candlesticks, an oval pierced brass trivet, short scale fire tongs, night stick and snuffer, small hanging cauldron, small umbrella form stand, wheelbarrow candlestick and an interesting cockerel form lidded pot (a collection) £50-80


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631. Silver plated table lamp on square column on a stepped square base, 16" high; an early 20th century silver pot pourri bowl, antique cast iron door key, vintage brass cased spirit level, white metal whistle and a silver tablespoon with assorted other white metal teaspoons; also an Art Deco white metal mounted enamel jar, slim green glass flask and a turquoise glass globular decanter with stopper. £40-80 632. Mr Pickwick proposes a Toast three piece tea set; Royal Worcester mustard pot with hinged cover; Chinese porcelain baluster vase, miniature vase, cloisonne dish, small silk embroidered mat; also two vintage tins one for Sharps Toffee £20-40 633. Victorian sarcophagus tea caddy, raised on three ball feet, 8" wide; together with another plain tea caddy and further treen items including a turned truncheon, gilt scrolling wall bracket and interesting carved spoon rest (5) £20-40 634. Collection of assorted brass light fittings, both for ceiling and wall, including a six branch candelabra, 25" across, a smaller five branch candelabra, 18" across, set of four twin sconce wall fittings, 20" high and a smaller pair of two-sconce wall fittings; also a small assortment of brass door furniture including knobs, handles etc £50-80 635. The Times 1953 Everest Supplement celebrating The 1953 British Everest expedition; together with a collection of further vintage ephemera including the 1937 Telegraph Coronation supplement, book of 100 posters of Paul Colin, various 7" 45rpm records, piano sheet music books and vintage reference books relating to cooking and the home; also a pair of vintage wooden shoe stretchers £30-50 636. Tupper (Martin F.) - Proverbial Philosophy: Illustrated, gilt tooled leather bound, published by Thomas Hatchard, Piccadilly 1854; together with a copy of Chimneypieces and Inglenooks, Their Design and Ornamentation, by Guy Cadogan Rothery, from The House Decoration Series (2) £50-80 637. Attwood (20th Century) - Sculpted blue shirt, Urban Summarism Series, shirt no. 01 06-07, cement, oxides, copper, oil paint with tar sealed back, signed verso and dated, 13" high, 12" wide £10-20

MINIATURE WORKS OF ART 701. Continental School (20th century) - portrait miniature of a lady, head and shoulders, wearing a cream dress and fur stole, her hair in ringlets, indistinctly signed, watercolour, possibly over a process base, oval, 3" x 2.25"; together with three further miniatures, two of ladies and one of a gentleman, all indistinctly signed, watercolours over a process base, two are contained within ivory piano key frames, various sizes (4) £80-120 702. Continental School (19th/20th century) - Oval miniature of a shepherdess with another figure reclining beside trees, sheep nearby, watercolour, possibly over a processed base, on ivorine, 2.5" x 3.25", one damaged (3)

*Contained within an oval brass turned frame, surrounded with sections of ivory piano keys, together with two further plaster plaques of Classical maidens with infants in flight, each 4.75" diameter (a pair) £80-120

703. Continental School (20th century) - Portrait miniature of a girl with ringlets, indistinctly signed, watercolour on ivorine, possibly over a processed base, 3.5" x 2.5", contained within an intricate gilt metal frame containing eight green stones; together with four further miniatures, one depicting two young girls, a further cased miniature of a lady within a leather bound carrying frame and two later miniatures, depicting an Elizabethan lady wearing an ornately decorated dress and a further miniature depicting a lady wearing a blue dress with pearl necklace, both indistinctly signed and contained within polished veneered wooden frames (5) £80-120 704. Continental School (20th century) - Portrait miniature of King Charles II, indistinctly signed, watercolour on ivorine, possibly over a processed base, 2" diameter; together with four further portrait miniatures, two of gentlemen and a further larger pair depicting fashionable ladies, all contained within decorative frames, various sizes (5) £80-120 705. Continental School (20th century) - Portrait miniature of a fashionable lady wearing a red dress decorated with gold embroidered lace and a pink rose, also wearing a pink ostrich feather hat, watercolour on ivorine, possibly over a processed base, 2" x 1.5" *Contained within a decorative gilt scrolled frame, set upon red velvet mount and gilt outer frame; together with two further bust portrait miniatures of ladies, various sizes (3) £80-120

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708. English School (19th/20th century) - Portrait miniature of a young lady half length wearing period costume, watercolour on ivory, oval 2.5" x 1.5"; together with a further portrait miniature after Thomas Gainsborough depicting Miss Sheridan, enamel on a raised oval surface, 2.75" x 2" (2) £80-120

*Contained within a chased brass metal frame surmounted with floral scroll work embellished with a torch and quiver decoration; also a further miniature depicting a lady seated beside a tree playing a guitar, contained within a decorative brass metal frame, the frame surmounted with floral decoration and torch with quiver embellishment (split) (2) £80-120 707. Continental School (19th/20th century) - Portrait miniature of a lady in Eastern dress, watercolour on ivorine, 3.25" x 2.5"; together with a further portrait miniature of a lady, half length wearing a blue dress and silk ribbon in her hair, 2.5" x 2" (2) £80-100

709. Continental School (20th century) - Portrait miniature of a lady playing a lute, signed Hoyer, watercolour on ivorine, possibly over a processed base, oval 3" x 2.5", contained within a brass frame decorated with foliate scrolls and surmounted with ribbon decoration; together with two further portrait miniatures of ladies, both watercolour on ivorine and contained within metal fames, various sizes (3) £80-120

710. English School (19th century) - Portrait miniature of a gentleman, head and shoulders wearing a black jacket and cream cravat, watercolour on ivory, oval 3" x 2.5" *Picture is contained within its original leather hinged carrying case £100-150

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PRINTS & ETCHINGS 711. After Frank Wootton OBE, PPGAvA (1911-1998) - three Spitfire aeroplanes flying in formation above a group of Lancaster Bombers, signed artist proof, also signed with the pilot's signatures, a limited edition print 35/1000, 15.75" x 22"; together with various other prints including an old poster entitled 'A Memento of the Crimean War', a black and white reproduction after Piranesi, an Italian city square with figures, a further small black and white reproduction after Marieschi, signed artist proof by Sheila Stafford entitled 'The Church at Gwithian', 19/35 and dated 1986, a further print of boats after M. J. Praed, an old engraving in distressed state depicting Prior Park, Bath, further reproduction of Pulteney Bridge Bath a signed print after Ruth Green entitled 'Reginald, a Red Cockerel' numbered 7/34, two legal prints depicting courtroom scenes entitled 'The Spoilsport or The Culprit who admitted everything', and a further print entitled 'Oh for the Good Old Days' and finally a coloured reproduction after Alfred Wallis entitled 'White House and Cottages' various sizes (12) £50-80

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712. G* Morton after Pyall - 'The New Steam Carriage 1828', inscribed and originally published by Thomas McLean of Haymarket, London, a later coloured reproduction from the original engraving, 15.25" x 20" £50-100 713. After Sandro Botticelli (circa 1445-1510) - Primavera, print, 23" x 35.5"; within a gilt moulded frame £30-50 714. After Mary Fedden OBE, RA, RWA, (1915-2012) - 'The Orange Mug', signed Fedden and numbered 377/550, a signed artist's proof, also extensively inscribed with details of the subject verso, coloured reproduction, 10" x 12" * Provenance with Bow Art, High Street, Marshfield, Chippenham, Wiltshire, SN14 8LU £60-100

715. Robert Morden (1650-1703) - 'The County of Monmouth', inscribed within a decorative cartouche, hand coloured engraved map, 14" x 16.75"

*Provenance The Steps Gallery, 15, Christmas Steps, Bristol, BS1 5BS, 11th July 1990 cost price £90; together with two further small road maps by Eman Bowen, 'Bath to Chippenham' and 'Chippenham to Hungerford' (3) £80-120 See Glossary of Painting Terms - Page 85

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716. Anthony Gross (1905-1984) - 'Wheatfield', signed artist proof limited edition etching 30/50, also titled, black and white intaglio print on paper, 12" x 14.5" (pl); together with a further artist signed proof by a different hand, depicting marbles with a spider on its web, indistinctly signed and numbered 22/50, 13" x 8.25" (pl) (2)

*There is an example of the 'Wheatfield' at Tate Britain that was purchased in 1978 £150-200

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717. Elizabeth Blackadder DBE, RA, RSA (d. 1931) - 'Still Life with Fan', signed artist's proof dated 1980, limited edition print no. 24/75, 24.75" x 33.75" £180-220

718. 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 £250-350

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719. Neil Mellersh (20th/21st century) - 'Triptych', signed and dated '84 (1984), also inscribed with the artist's name and the title of the work on the original invoice, sold with the picture, coloured crayon and pastel, 30" x 19.5"

** Provenance: with Beaux Arts, York Street, Bath, August 1984, the original price being £150 £50-80 720. 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 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

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721. Ana Maria Pacheco (b. 1943) - 'Salome', signed artist's proof indistinctly dated '92 (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 the 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 £200-300

722. After Henri De Toulouse-Lautrec (1864-1901) - 'Jane Avril'; together with a further poster entitled 'Divan Japonais' Ed Fournier, Directeur, each inscribed with their title and with Depot Chez Kleinmann, & Rue de la Victoire, Divan Japonais has a further copyright symbol in the lower right hand corner with the initials S.M.A., coloured lithographic prints, 31.75" x 23" and 30.25" x 23", respectively (2)

*The pictures are sold with a Christie's South Kensington catalogue of 19th and 20th century posters dated Thursday 8th February 2001 £500-700

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723. 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 £100-150

724. 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" £80-120 725. Michael Lyne (1912-1989) - Study of two greyhounds coursing a hare, signed watercolour and gouache with some charcoal, on tinted paper, 9.5" x 16.75"; together with a further study of a single greyhound coursing a hare, also signed, gouache and charcoal, on tinted paper, 11.5" x 19" (2) £150-250

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726. Michel Lyne (1912-1989) - 'A Summer Visitor, 1939', a mare and foal in a landscape with cattle nearby and a fox in the foreground, signed and dated 1939, also inscribed on a gallery label verso, watercolour and gouache heightened with white, possibly on tinted paper, 9.25" x 11.25" *Provenance with The Heal Gallery, Heal, Curry Rivel, Somerset, TA10 0PQ, stock no. 15 £150-200

727. Simon B. Hodges (20th/21st century contemporary) - 'High Street looking North, Bath', also 'High Street looking South, Bath', both inscribed on the artist's original label verso and dated '04 (2004), pencil and watercolour, each 5.75" x 7.5" (a pair) *The pictures are sold together with their original price tags, each having been sold by the artist for £225, £500 for the pair £150-200

728. Simon B. Hodges (20th/21st century contemporary) - 'Roman Bath and Gothic Splender', signed with the artist's monogram, incorporated into the stonework of the door, also inscribed on the artist's original label verso, pencil and watercolour, 7.5" x 10.75" £150-200 729. Simon B. Hodges (20th/21st century contemporary) - 'The Circus, Bath', signed, also extensively inscribed on the artist's original label verso, charcoal drawing, 8.5" x 12" £80-120 730. Bryan Whitmore (fl. 1871-1897) - 'Cromer', signed, also inscribed with the title, pencil and watercolour, 15.5" x 28.25" £80-120 731. Follower of Thomas Bush Hardy (19th century) - Beach scene at low tide with figures and fishing boats, bears a false signature, watercolour heightened with white, 4.25" x 18.25"; together with a further example after the same artist, possibly a beach scene at Scheveningen, Holland, bears a false signature, also inscribed on a later label verso, 4.5" x 12.25" (2) £100-150 732. Lance J. Sullivan (1916-1984) - Country lane in the outback, Australia with sheep grazing near gum trees and blue mountains beyond, signed, watercolour 15.5" x 18.75" £300-400

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733. George Soper R.E. (1870-1942) - 'The Plough', signed and dated 1920, also inscribed on a label verso, pen, ink and watercolour, 11" x 14.25"

*Provenance: The Estate of George and Eileen Soper, catalogue no. 60 £100-150

734. George Soper R.E. (1870-1942) - 'The Cattle Shed', inscribed on a label verso, watercolour, 10.5" x 15.25" *Provenance from the estate of George and Eileen Soper, 1990, catalogue no. 29 £60-80

735. Edward Wesson R.I., R.B.A., R.S.M.A. (1910 -1983) - 'Winter in Surrey', signed, also inscribed on an exhibition label verso, watercolour, 9.5" x 13.5" *Provenance with The Alexander Gallery, Whiteladies Road, Bristol, BS8 2RP, stock no. 7189, May 1983 £120-180

736. English School (19th century) - Landscape with figures on a sunlit path beside a lake; together with another example travellers on a stone bridge above a stream, watercolours, 4.75" x 6.5" and 5.25" x 6.5" (2) £80-120 737. William Augustus Sillince R.W.S. R.B.A. S.G.A. (1906-1974) - Northern refinery with figures in the foreground and a truck nearby, signed Sillince, pencil, pen, ink and watercolour, 9" x 13.5" *The drawing is an original illustration for Punch magazine dated February 14th 1951 and can be found on page 210, a copy of the magazine is sold together with the picture

*Provenance: with The Katherine House Gallery, The Parade, Marlborough, Wiltshire, Exhibition of 20th century British Drawings and Watercolours, 27th June-25th July 1998. The work entitled 'Workers at an Oil Refinery', the photocopy of the actual page from Punch is also attached to the reverse £100-150

738. Orlando Norie (1832-1901) - Four soldiers dressed in uniform with guns and swords attached to their waist; together with two further studies of soldiers, two examples are 10.75" x 8.75", the third example is of oval format, 7" x 5.25" (3) £200-250


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739. Thomas Miles Richardson Jnr (1813-1890) - 'Scottish Glen', huntsmen with their dogs and pony beside a bridge in a mountain pass, inscribed with the artist's name and the title of the work on an exhibition label verso, pencil, watercolour and gouache, heightened with white, possibly on tinted paper, 9.75" x 13.5"

*Provenance with Innocent Fine Art, 7a, Boyces Avenue, Clifton, Bristol BS8 4AA, 20th June 1998, the original price being £1845

*The work is sold together with the original invoice and a coloured photograph of the picture £250-350

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740. George Arthur Fripp R.W.S. (1813-1896) - 'Loch Torridon', signed, also extensively inscribed on an exhibition label verso with provenance details, watercolour, 6.75” x 9.75” Messrs Murrieta - at Christie's 1892, Sir Hugh Adair Bt Christie's 1903, also with Heather Newman (Fine Quality Early English Watercolurs) Milidduwa, Mill Lane, Cranham, Painswick, Gloucestershire BL6 6TX. *The work is sold with the original sales invoice dated 11th May 2000, the original purchase price being £1150 £250-350

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741. Richard Henry Wright (1857-1930) - 'View of Lausanne, Switzerland', signed and dated 1913, also inscribed on an exhibition label verso, pencil and watercolour heightened with white, possibly on tinted paper, 7.25" x 10"

*Provenance with Heather Newman (Fine Quality British Watercolours) Millidduwa, Mill Lane, Cranham, Painswick, Gloucestershire, GL6 6TX. The work is sold together with the original invoice for £1100 and dated 28th May 2004 £200-300

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742. Charles Brooke Branwhite (1851-1921) - 'Cardigan Bay', signed with initials and dated '89 (1889), also inscribed within the mount and on an exhibition label with biographical details on a separate label, pencil watercolour and gouache heightened with white, 8.75" x 13.5" *Provenance with David A. Cross, Fine Art Gallery, 7a Boyce's Avenue, Clifton, Bristol, the work is sold together with the original invoice numbered 2201, the original cost price being £700 £200-300

742 744. Eric Haysom Craddy (1913-2007) - 'Storm Clouds Brixham, Devon', signed Craddy, also inscribed on a Bristol Savages annual exhibition label and dated May 1994, watercolour, 9.75" x 13" £80-120 745. English School (circa 1820) - Two children dressed in period costume beside trees, inscribed on a later label verso, together with the original cost price of £295, pencil and watercolour, a vignette, 9.75" x 8.75" £50-80 746. F*Browning (19th century) - River landscape with figures unloading a boat by a quayside, other figures in a small boat nearby, signed and indistinctly dated, also inscribed on a later label verso, pencil and watercolour, 16.25" x 25.25"

*Provenance with Fursman & Geddes. Possibly depicting the river Dart, Devon the artist specialised in west country scenes including Whitsands Bay, near Plymouth and another scene entitled A Quiet Backwater in the West Country, these have been recorded and the date for the watercolour is possibly circa 1872 £50-80

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743. Samuel Owen (1768-1857) - 'Honfleur, a harbour scene', signed verso, also inscribed on an exhibition label attached to the backing board, pencil and watercolour, 5.25" x 4" *Provenance with Heather Newman (Fine Quality British Watercolours) Milidduwa, Mill Lane, Cranham, Painswick, Gloucestershire GL6 6TX

Sold together with the original invoice dated 16th November 2001, the original price being £1900 £250-350

743 747. Thomas Barker of Bath (1769-1847) - 'View of Tintern Abbey', inscribed with the artist's name, his dates and the title of the work by a later hand, watercolour, 15.25" x 21" *On the back of the original picture is an inscription stating that 'This view of Tintern Abbey is one of the few painted by the artist Thomas Barker' £80-120

748. Follower of Myles Birket Foster (19th century) - A girl feeding geese with a thatched cottage in the distance, bears initials, watercolour, 6.25" x 9.25" £80-120

749. Mary Stork (1938-2007) - 'Suspense', abstract work of Clifton Suspension Bridge, signed and dated 4th May 2002, also inscribed verso, pencil and charcoal, 12.25" x 9"

*The artist was born in Portsmouth and studied at The West Of England College where her primary tutor was Paul Feiler, she then went on to study at The Slade School of Art, London and married the West Cornwall artist Jeremy Le Grice, she lived in St Just. In Cornwall she met Karl Weschke whom she credited with great influence upon her work and in 1966 the Hiltons arrived (Mary and Rose Hilton who became her closest friends). Mary became a member of the Penwith Society of Artists and also of the NSA.

*Provenance with Innocent Fine Art, Bristol Ltd, 7a, Boyce's Avenue, Clifton, Bristol BS8 4AA, the work is sold together with the original invoice dated 6th July 2002 the original purchase price being £195 £80-120


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750. Helen Steinthal (1911-1991) - 'Japanese Landscape', inscribed with the artist's 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 Salford 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 £100-200

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751. 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" £100-150 752. Robert Organ (b. 1933) - 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" £150-200 753. Robert Organ (b. 1933) - 'From The House of The Dead', a group of WWI soldiers standing in the snow, signed, inscribed with the title and dated '86 (1986), gouache, heightened with white, 7.5" x 12" £100-150

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754. 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" £80-120 755-759 NO LOT

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OIL PAINTINGS 760. 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" £250-300 761. Mark Richard Myers PRSMA, F/ASMA (b.1945) - 'Bude Canal, Devon', signed and dated '73 (1973), oil on canvas, 30" x 24" £200-300 760

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762. 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" £800-1200

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763. James Noble (1919-1989) - 'Dahlias and Honesty In An Earthenware Mug', signed, also inscribed on a partial label verso, oil on canvas, 10" x 8"

*Provenance with E. Stacy Marks Ltd. 120-122 Terminus Road, Eastbourne, Sussex, stock no. N547 25 November 1974 *The artist was best known for his floral still life pictures and his technique and influence were inspired by the work of the 17th century Dutch and Flemish painters such as Ambrosius Bosschert The Elder, Roelandt Savery and Jan Brueghel. The artist died in 1989 in Norwich £200-300


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764. James Noble (1919-1989) - 'Glass of Wine, Avocado, Pear and Pecan Nuts with Nectarine', signed, also inscribed with the artist's name and the title of the work on the label verso, oil on canvas, 10" x 12"

*Provenance with E. Stacy-Marks Ltd, 120-122 Terminus Road, Eastbourne, Sussex, stock no. N197 7th March 1963 £120-180 765. Michael Lyne (1912-1989) - Horse standing in stable interior, signed, oil on canvas, 24" x 30"

*The artist was born in Upton Bishop in Herefordshire and studied at the Cheltenham School of Art, he specialises in sporting subjects and hunting scenes and has illustrated many books and also wrote and illustrated 'Horses, Hounds and Country' (published 1938), the artist has exhibited in London but lived for much of his life in Cheltenham £300-500

766. Simon B. Hodges (20th/21st century contemporary) 'Sketching the Landscape, Venice', signed also inscribed on the artist's original label, oil on board, 4.25" x 22"

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**The artist has exhibited at The Royal West of England Academy Open Exhibition, The Mall Galleries, London, The New English Art Club, Annual Exhibition (The Mall Galleries, London), The Bath Society Open Exhibition at The Victoria Art Gallery Bath, The Le Corre Gallery Bradford on Avon, he has also held solo exhibitions of his work in both Bradford on Avon and at The Theatre Royal, Bath and his works can be found in many private collections in both the UK, USA, Australia, Denmark, France and many other countries £150-250 767. Clive Madgwick (1934-2005) - 'Fishing for Grayling, East Anglia', signed, also inscribed on the artist's original label verso, together with his address, The Studio, Churchside, Little Waldingfield, Sudbury, Suffolk, oil on board, 8" x 13" £100-150 765

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768. Norman Dewis O.B.E (1920-2019) - Jaguar C-Type taking a bend on a race circuit, possibly Le-Mans, signed Dewis, oil on board, 10" x 12"; together with a further example by the same painter, a Jaguar car on the straight of a racing circuit (2) **Sold together with two old magazines celebrating the Le Mans successes of Jaguar 1953 and 1954

**Norman Dewis was a highly respected chief test driver for Jaguar from 1952-1985, one of the last survivors from Jaguar's heyday, he set the record speed for a production car in a Jaguar XK120 recording 172.4mph in Belgium during 1953. He won a scholarship to art school, but didn't take up the place after his father died suddenly when Norman was only fourteen, as the main family breadwinner he went out to work as a grocer's delivery boy but then joined the Humber car factory, Armstrong-Siddeley, then joined the RAF during the war, after which he joined Lea-Frances then Jaguar £100-200 769. Follower of Henry Birtles (19th/20th century) - a young drover with sheep beside a hedgerow, distant landscape beyond, oil on canvas, unframed, 21.5" x 31" £80-120

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770. Irish School (early 20th century) - Sheep resting under the shade of a large tree with a sunlit cottage and bridge nearby, signed with initials C.L.C., also bearing an exhibition label verso with the number 211 and a storage and removal label for R. Strahan & Co Ltd, Steven's Green, Kingsbridge, Wentworth Place, Dublin with the number 11541, oil on canvas, 28" x 36"

*The picture is contained with a late 18th/early 19th century carved and composite plaster frame with foliate scrolls and flower decoration £150-300

771. Anne Catherine Howard Rose (20th century) - 'London Park', figures seated in deckchairs with children playing nearby, a fairground beyond, inscribed with the artist's name, the title of the work and her address on a Royal Academy exhibition label verso, dated 1967, oil on canvas, 28" x 40"

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*The artist lived at Arbutus, 19 Dudsbury Road, Ferndown, nr Wimborne, Dorset

*There is a study of a seated lady to the reverse of the painting £150-300

772. Andre Foneche (20th century) French - Coastal scene at low tide with figures and fishing boats beside houses, indistinctly signed and dated possibly 1858, also bearing the artist's name in old script upon the panel verso, oil on panel, 7" x 14"

*This picture is sold together with a certificate of authenticity dated 4th November 2007 from The Galarie Art Marie Merle, La Croix de Beaupuy 24310, France, the original price 1650 Euros £400-600

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774 773. John Emanuel (b. 1930) - 'Woman Resting', signed with the artist's initials, also inscribed verso, oil on board, 8" x 11"

*Provenance with Gordon Hepworth Gallery, Hayne Farm, Newton St. Cyres, Devon, EX5 5DE

The artist received no formal art training but developed his drawing and painting skills with the help of fellow artists and friends such as John Wells, Denis Mitchell and Alexander Mackenzie. He has worked and occupied a studio part of The Porthmeor overlooking Porthmeor Beach in St. Ives this has previously been occupied by the sculptor John Milne. He has had regular exhibitions at The Penwith Gallery St. Ives, The Belgrave Galley, St. Ives and The Stour Gallery, Shipston on Stour £100-200 774. Paul Schneider (1884-1967) - Portrait of a rabbi seated wearing robes and a hat reading from a book, signed, also inscribed with the artist's name and his dates on a plaque attached to the frame with a further label verso, oil on canvas, 12" x 10" *The artist was the court painter to Wilhelm II (Kaiser Bill) and Empress Hermeine £200-300

775. John Ambrose RSMA, (1931-2010) - Pastoral scene in Worcestershire with sheep on a sunlit lane, a barn or cottage nearby, signed, also inscribed on a card attached to the reverse, oil on canvas, together with a further example by the artist (2), 24" x 28" *Painted circa 1970. The artist was born at Brierly Hill, Staffordshire, he trained in the West Midlands and was influenced by D.A. Chatterton of Plymouth. Following a number of holidays and painting visits to Cornwall he rented a cottage and studio in St. Ives where he lived for more than thirty years. The artist has made working trips to Venice and has exhibited at The Royal Society of Marine Artists since 1985, as well as at The Royal Institute of Oil Painters. He was elected a member of The RSMA from 1990. He has a strong reputation in Germany and Swan Gallery in Sherborne Dorset sells his work. £50-80

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777 776. English School (19th century) - Traveller on horseback on a country road with a further figure nearby, ruins and mountains in the distance, oil on board, 7" x 10.25" £80-120 777. 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" £120-180 778. Edwin Bagshaw (fl. 1891-1927) - a drover and sheep on a country lane, indistinctly signed, oil on canvas, 12" x 24" £100-150 779. Continental School (19th century) - study of a girl holding a dove seated beside a window, oil on metal, 5.5" x 4.5" £60-100 780. Ann Garland (20th century) - 'Edwina' portrait of a girl seated threequarter length wearing a blue jumper, signed with the artist's initials also extensively inscribed on various labels verso, oil on board, 20" x 16" £100-150

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785 781. Norman Lloyd (19th/20th century) - Mediterranean hillside town with sunlit buildings and mountains beyond, signed, 18" x 22"

*The work is possibly by the Australian landscape painter Norman Lloyd who was born on the 16th October 1895 and died on March 5th 1983, he was born near Newcastle, New South Wales where he attended primary school and left school in 1911 and started to work and study painting with Julian Ashton and James R. Jackson in Sydney. In the 1930s, Lloyd migrated to London with his wife Edith setting up a boarding house in upmarket St John's Wood and establishing himself quickly in the new society, his house became a meeting point and home for many Australian ex-pats, amongst them the painters Will Ashton, Alison Rehfisch and George Duncan. The Lloyds hosted pianist Nancy Weir and war correspondent Harold Fyffe was a close friend, who introduced Lloyd to H G Wells and George Bernard Shaw £80-120 782. Percy Padden A.R.C.A. (1886-1965) - Backwater Venetian canal with gondolas moored beside sunlit steps, signed, oil on canvas, 20" x 24" £80-120

783. Philip Niel Erskine (b. 1933) - Trees under blue mountains, signed and dated '90 (1990), oil on board, 24" x 29"

* The artist was born in Hove, Sussex and was educated at Charterhouse, where Ian Flemming Williams taught him to paint in the Euston Road Group tradition, he was strongly influenced by the Impressionists and later met and became friends with Paul Maze, who is often classified as the last of the French Impressionists, Erskine learnt a great deal from painting with Douglas Badcock in New Zealand. On leaving school, his father initially agreed for him to go to France to study further, and the artist became much enamoured by the works of Henri Toulouse-Lautrec. Erskine painted in and around the Groote mountains, Drackenstein, and in the Jonkershoek Reserve £80-120 70

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787 784. Continental School (19th century) - a white stallion in a stable interior, oil on panel, size, 6.5" x 7" **with a gilt moulded frame £60-100

785. Sybil Trist (1907-1991) - portrait of her daughter, Angela or Stephanie, seated beside a sunlit window, signed, oil on canvas, 30" x 20"

*The artist was born in St Albans, Hertfordshire and attended public school before studying at The Slade School of Art between 1923 and 1925, then she studied at the Royal Academy schools until 1927 under the artist Harold Workman, she has exhibited at The Royal Institute of Art, The Royal Academy of Art, The Society of Women Artists and The untied Society of Artists of which she was an elected member, she was based in London. £200-300

786. Paul Stephens (20th/21st century) - 'Somerset Levels towards the Mendips (study 2)', signed, extensively inscribed verso with the title and biographical details on the artist, oil on board, 20" x 24" £70-100

787. Paul Stephens (20th/21st century) - 'Somerset Levels, towards The Mendips (study 1)', signed also extensively inscribed with the artist's name and the title of the work, together with further biographical details, oil on board, 19.5" x 28.75"

*The artist has exhibited at The R.W.A. Bristol annual exhibition, The Mall Galleries, London as well as the Colleton Gallery in Bath, the Sadler Gallery in Wells, Somerset, Patricia Fine Art, Bocaraton, Florida, USA, the A1 summer exhibition in Wells, he was a friend of Arthur Maderson and both artists exhibited together at The Crispin Hall Premises in Street, Somerset. He also exhibited alongside Kent Howard RA £100-150


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788. English Naive School (19th century) - country scene with figures beside a thatched cottage, a figure on horseback in the foreground; together with a companion picture depicting sheep beside a river with a stone bridge in the distance, oil on canvas, each 13.5" x 17" **The pictures are contained in oak cushioned frames with inner gilt slips £80-120

789. Peter Joyce (b. 1964) - 'Untitled', signed with the artist's initials and dated '89 (1989), also inscribed verso with the artist's name and date August 1989, mixed media, 10.25" x 8.5"

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*The artist was born in Poole, Dorset and was educated at The Bournemouth & Poole College of Art and Design from 1980. He went on to study at Sturbridge College of Technology & Art and has taught at The Bournemouth Art Institute for many years, becoming Chairman of 'Room 10, Painting Group' and served as President of Bournemouth Arts Club. The artist exhibits regularly throughout the UK, locations include Bath, Cambridge, Winchester, St. Ives, London and New York. His work is held by many corporate collections which include Lloyds, National Westminster Bank, Reuters, Bank of China, The Russell Cotes Museum & Art Gallery, Poole Museum Service and Hampshire County Council. He also shows at The Jenna Burlingham Gallery in London and The Market House Gallery at Marazion, Cornwall £80-100

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790. Derek Balmer PPRWA, Hon. RA, (b. 1934) - 'Chinese Garden', inscribed with the artist's name and the title of the work, together with an exhibition label verso, acrylic on canvas, mounted on board, 18" x 24"

*Provenance with Anthony Hepworth Fine Art, 15, York Street, Bath, BA1 1NG

The work was produced in 1994, the artist studied at The Royal West of England Academy and has become a successful painter and photographer, he was also President of The Royal West of England Academy between 2001-2010, and has shown at many of the principal galleries and museums including The Bristol City Art Gallery, The Arnolfini Gallery. His influences were Bonnard, Peter Lanynon, John Hoyland and the American abstract expressionists such as Gorky and de Kooning among others. A major retrospective of the artist's work was held at The Academy in 2007 entitled 'Presidents Eye', he has also shown regularly at The Catto Gallery, The Theatre Royal/Bristol Old Vic are celebrating their two hundred and fiftieth anniversary with a major exhibition at The Royal West of England Academy which includes a gallery full of his theatre photographs (27-year retrospective), this closed at the end January 2016 £250-300 See Glossary of Painting Terms - Page 85

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790A. 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" £700-1000 791. Jonathan Armigel Wade (b.1960) - 'Sleeping Rough or In and Out', signed, also inscribed with the title verso and numbered 1719, oil on board 4.5" x 6.5" £300-400 792. Peter Edward Mackenzie Brown N.E.A.C. (b. 1967) - 'Spring, Sydney Gardens Looking Towards Camden', signed and indistinctly dated, also bearing an exhibition label verso, oil on board, 10" x 8" *The work was exhibited at The Victoria Art Gallery 'A Bath Painter's Travels', 3rd December 2016-17th February 2017, catalogue number 52, the work is sold together with a copy of the original sales invoice for £2250 £800-1200

793. After Peter Edward Mackenzie Brown NEAC, (b.1967) - view of the city of Bath from Beechen Cliff, Alexendra Park, signed and numbered 116/1,755, coloured reproduction, 17" x 39"

* the original painting will be sold as the next lot £50-100

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794. Peter Edward Mackenzie Brown N.E.A.C. (b. 1967) - Panorama of The City of Bath from Beechen Cliff, Alexandra Park, signed and dated '98 (1998), oil on canvas, 30" x 72"

* the preparatory studies for this painting are held with the Building of Bath Museum

* A limited edition of 2000 coloured prints were done of the original and one is these is offered for sale proceeding this lot (see lot 793)

* The artist is a British impressionist painter popularly know as 'Pete The Street' from his practice of working on location in all weathers. He is best known for his depictions of street scenes and landscapes in and around Bath, but also paints scenes in London, Varanasi, Toronto, Canada as well as scenes in Barcelona, Paris and other cities. He works directly from the subject, refusing to use a photographic reference. He graduated in Fine Art from Manchester Polytechnic 1990 and moved to Bath in 1993. He was elected a member of The New English Art Club in 1998 and became its President in 2018; he is also a member of The Royal Society of Portrait Painters, The Royal Institute of Oil Painters, The Pastel Society and an Honorary Member of The Royal Society of British Artists. He has been represented by Messum's in Cork Street, London and also shows regularly at The Bath Victoria Art Gallery. In 2006 he became the first artist in residence at The Savoy Hotel, London and in 2008 won The Prince of Wales Award for portrait drawing. This picture was specially commissioned by The Bath resident Julia Marshman and was advertised in The Bath Chronicle 15th August 2019 £8000-12000 795. Large Windsor & Newton Improved studio artists easel, oak with iron hardware, dual action brass crank wheel, raised on four hardwood castors, one with screw height adjustment, manufacturer's plaque to the base, 95" high *Provenance - reputedly from the studio of artist Michael Ayrton (1921-1975) £400-600 796-800 NO LOT

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805. Oriental red ground carpet, decorated with triple gul run within multiple repeated motif and geometric borders, 90" x 60" approx £60-100 806-810 NO LOT

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ANTIQUE & LATER TEXTILES AND RUGS 801. Persian cotton and silk weave rug, 60" x 36" approx £80-120 802. Antique Persian Malayer rug, 80" x 50" approx £100-150 803. Antique Persian Bakhtiari rug, 90" x 62" approx £300-400 804. Two similar figural Middle Eastern tapestry throws, both 70" x 47" approx, together with a smaller example with a peacock subject, 40" x 20" approx; also a modern pink ground Oriental style carpet, 78" x 55" approx (4) £50-80 74

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811. 19th century giltwood and gesso moulded wall mirror, inset with a recangular bevelled glass plate within decorative serpentine frame, 28" x 25" £120-180 812. Small Regency giltwood pier glass, with a a reverse painted tablet on glass depicting a fountain before a stately home; over the mirror plate flanked by fluted pilasters, 21" high, 14" wide £60-100 813. Victorian walnut floral marquetry framed overmantel mirror, inset with a rectangular mirrored plate, 49.5" x 41.75" £100-200 814. Decorative 19th century giltwood and gesso overmantel mirror, inset with a rectangular plate within a beadwork lined cushion and scratch carved frame applied with foliate mouldings and surmounted by a pierced scrolling crest modelled with a seated cherub playing a musical instrument, 38.5" wide, 67" high £300-500


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ANTIQUE & DECORATIVE FURNITURE & FURNISHINGS 820. Arts and Crafts style oak dresser, the shelved back with two small cupboards over a base section of two short drawers over carved panelled cupboard 71" high, 48" wide, 16" deep £80-120 821. Arts & Crafts oak and walnut wardrobe, the moulded carved cornice over two panelled doors inset with marquetry and ebony panels of flowers, upon a separate stand, 83" high, 51" wide, 22.5" deep £100-200 816

822. Arts & Crafts period oak sideboard, with raised back over two short drawers, foliate carved panelled cupboard doors and one long drawer, flanked by canted panelled foliate carved large cupboard doors, fitted with brass handles and scrolling organic copper hinges, supported upon stepped feet, 45" high, 74" wide, 24" deep £200-300

816. Late 19th century Dieppe carved ivory and bone mirror, the oval bevelled glass within a frame applied with carved bone fish, cherubs and foliage inscribed 'SGOTORVM', 32" high (faults) £150-250

823. Set of four 'Memphis' style carver dining chairs by Nia, the trianglular maple backs over red stuffover upholstered seats on coated stylised tapering steel frames, 23" wide, 25" deep, 33" high (4) £100-200

815. Good 19th century gilt overmantel cushion mirror, the central bevelled mirror plate surrounded by canted mirrors and within an ornate carved frame surmounted by a classical urn and scrolling foliage, 52.5" high x 30" wide £300-500

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833 827. Regency rosewood chiffonier, the inset white marble top over two cupboard doors to the plinth base, 36" high, 36" wide, 14" deep £60-100

828. Victorian mahogany spoon back carved armchair, 41" high, 28" wide, 36" deep; also a Victorian spoon back nursing chair (2) £80-120

824 824. Benjamin Le 'Lively' pattern abstract circular dining table, the highly lacquered segmented top raised on four tapering square legs united by a boxed undertier, signed, 48" diameter and 30" high £100-200 825. Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson nest of three English oak side tables, each with carved signature mouse, the largest 24" wide, 15" deep, 19" high £500-700 826. Two 18th century single dining chairs, with pierced vase splats over drop-in seats; also a pair of 19th century oak dining chairs, single 19th century mahogany dining chair and a carver chair (6) £60-100

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829. Good Victorian flamed mahogany breakfront combination wardrobe, the canted top over two long mirrored doors enclosing five linen slide drawers, over a chest of two short and two long drawers flanked to the sides by blind wardrobe doors, upon a plinth base and turned bun feet, 78" high, 88" wide, 23" deep £150-300

830. Early 17th century style oak wainscot armchair, with carved arcaded cresting rail over a panelled back with foliate carved lozenge, scrolling arms and plank seat, supported by baluster turned legs united by plain stretchers, 45" high, 23" wide, 28" deep *Provenance - Abbey House, Malmesbury, Wiltshire £200-400

831. Good pair of decorative late Victorian brown leather deep armchairs, supported upon circular carved cup and cover feet, 39.5" high, 30" wide, 38" deep £500-700

832. NO LOT

833. Decorative Chinese red lacquered day bed, the raised back fitted with five panels gilded in relief with vases of flowers, over a plain seat and decorative pierced foliate carved frieze, supported upon curving dragon front legs, 40" high, 80" wide, 25" deep; also a pair of decorative Chinese lacquered poles £200-400


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834. Victorian walnut pedestal desk, the inset leather top over one long and two short drawers to the pedestals each fitted with three graduated short drawers to the plinth base supported upon castors 30" high, 48" wide, 24" deep £60-100 835. Georgian mahogany work box on stand, the moulded hinged lid enclosing a lined interior with one removable tray, the sides with cast brass shell mount handles, raised on square legs terminating in brass castors, 17" wide, 12" deep, 31" high £60-100 836. Mid 18th century English mahogany side table, the moulded top over one long frieze drawer and supported upon shell carved tapering cabriole legs terminating in pad feet, 18.5" high, 33" wide, 21.5" deep (at fault) £150-250

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837. 19th century mahogany chest on chest, the moulded dentil cornice over three short and three long drawers flanked by canted fluted pilasters over the base fitted with two short and two long drawers, upon bracket feet, 65.5" high x 42" wide x 21.5" deep £250-350

838. Victorian walnut dresser base with later Delft rack, fitted with two short drawers over panelled cupboard doors to the plinth base, 35" high overall, 52" wide, 20" deep £100-200 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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841. Edwardian mahogany salon suite, comprising two seater settee and five chairs (one carver); also a matching tub chair, with pierced inlaid vertical splats and stuff over seat supported upon circular tapering legs, settee 30" high x 46" wide x 23" deep (7) £100-200 842. 19th century mahogany bowfront chest of drawers, with two short over three graduated long drawers upon splay bracket feet, 45" wide, 23" deep, 43.5" high £100-150 843. Late Regency mahogany bowfront side table, with a central drawer over the arched frieze flanked by two drawers each with boxwood inlay and upon slender ring turned supports, 37" wide, 19.5" deep, 32" high £120-180

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839. Good Georgian style armchair, with sweeping foliate carved arms supported upon square legs united by an H-frame stretcher, 36" high, 26" wide, 28" deep £120-180 840. NO LOT

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844. George III mahogany bureau bookcase cabinet, the raised back with fielded/panelled cupboard doors enclosing shelves over the fall front enclosing a fitted interior, four graduated drawers upon bracket feet, 39" wide, 22" deep, 82" high approx £120-180 845. Victorian mahogany drop leaf dining table, the moulded top upon turned gate legs, 42" wide x 58" extended, 29.5" high £40-80


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849 846. Georgian mahogany chest of drawers, with two short over three graduated long drawers upon turned bracket feet, 40" wide, 20.5" deep, 35" high (later handles) £80-120

847. Early 19th century oval mahogany dressing mirror, the rectangular swivel plate upon reeded supports over the box base inset with three small drawers, 20" wide, 20" high £50-80 848. Mid 18th century mahogany side table, the rectangular top over a single frieze drawer upon cylindrical supports terminating with pad feet, the drawer bearing a trade label 'Philip Bell', 30" wide, 18.25" deep, 28" high £80-120

849. Attractive Victorian figured walnut inlaid display cabinet/bookcase, the raised back with applied carved foliate mouldings, double glazed panel doors enclosing leather and fabric lined shelves, over two further panel cupboard doors upon a plinth base, 46" wide, 15.5" deep, 84" high approx £200-400 850. William IV mahogany supper table, with drop leaves upon octagonal column and trefoil plateau terminating with bun feet, 35" x 26" closed, 29.25" high (faulta) £80-120

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853 851. Georgian mahogany lowboy, the rectangular top over two drawers and a single long drawer upon square canted legs, 29" wide, 17" deep, 28.25" high £120-180

852. Good pair of 19th century oak open armchairs, the sweeping arms carved with acanthus, with stuffover backs and seats over a pierced frieze carved to the centre with cherubs holding a plaque and floral swags, supported upon foliate carved feet united by fluted stretchers, 40" high, 24" wide, 22" deep £300-500 853. Late 17th century style oak moulded panelled chest, the canted top over a small central cupboard flanked by two short over two long drawers, fitted with pear shaped foliate drop handles, upon a flared plinth base and bun feet, 43.5" high, 42" wide, 22" deep £150-250 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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854 854. Early 18th century and later walnut bookcase, the moulded stepped top over two glazed doors enclosing a shelved interior, the base fitted with two short and two long drawers, upon bracket feet, 80" high, 58.5" wide, 15.5" deep £250-450 855. George III mahogany inlaid bow fronted corner wall cupboard, the moulded top over two doors enclosing three shelves, 37.5" high, 28" wide, 20" deep £80-150 856. 18th century oak low cupboard, the moulded top over two carved panelled cupboard doors and two short drawers to the step fronted base supported upon bun feet, 31.5 high, 47.5" wide, 22" deep £150-250

857. Small 18th century walnut kneehole desk, the herringbone and crossbanded top over one long drawer and six short drawers either side of the kneehole fitted with a recessed cupboard door, supported upon bracket feet, 30" high, 33" wide, 21.5" deep £500-1000

858. Contemporary walnut linen press, the rounded moulded sweeping stepped cornice over two panelled cupboard doors to the base fitted with three short and three long drawers, 85" high, 43" wide, 20.5" deep £100-200 80

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859. Georgian mahogany drop leaf occasional table, upon cabriole legs and pad feet, 28" high, 35" wide and 28" deep when extended £30-50 860. Regency mahogany bowfront chest of two short and three long graduated drawers, supported upon splayed feet, 41" high, 40" wide, 20" deep £100-150 861. Small late 17th/early 18th century oak coffer, with chip carved fluted hinged lid over a double panelled front, upon stile supports, 16.5" high, 35.5" wide, 33.5" deep £100-200


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862. George III mahogany chest of four long graduated drawers, supported upon bracket feet, 33.5" high, 37" wide, 20" deep £120-180 863. Victorian mahogany bowfront chest of two short and three long graduated drawers, 41" high, 41.5" wide, 21" deep £120-180 864. NO LOT 865. Globe Wernicke oak four section glazed bookcase, each section with the Globe Wernicke Co. Limited maker's plaque, 55" high, 34" wide, 10.5" deep £120-180 866. 18th century gateleg table, the well figured top over a frieze drawer supported upon baluster turned legs united by plain stretchers, 58.5" wide (extended) x 47", 28" high £120-180 867. George III small oak dresser, with Delft rack over the base fitted with three short drawers supported upon baluster turned and square section legs united by stretchers, 78" high, 55" wide, 17.5" deep £300-500

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868. French oak marble top bedside pot cupboard, the rounded arched carved back over a red marble inset, with a frieze drawer over a cupboard door and supported upon fluted carved tapering legs united by a stretcher, 36.5" high x 16" wide x 13.5" deep £50-80 869. Tunbridge Ware cane seat chair, the top rail decorated with a castle and the bottom rail with a bird with lyre shaped vertical splat, 34" hgih £40-80 870. Georgian style small figured walnut chest of four drawers, flanked by canted sides and supported upon a plinth base, 29" high, 28" wide, 15" deep £100-150 870

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871. Decorative brass club fender, with brass rails and studded green leather seats, 65" wide, 23" high £200-400

872. George III mahogany serpentine fold-over tea table, upon square chamfered legs, 40" wide, 36" deep, height 29" £60-100

873. 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

874. 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 £60-100

875. 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) (repairs and faults) £120-180

876. 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) £120-180

877. 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 £80-120

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878. 19th century mahogany three tier graduated wall shelf with bobbin turned supports, 24" wide, 18.75" high £30-50

879. 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 £30-50

880. Pair of Hepplewhite dining chairs, the 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) £20-40

881. 19th century oak Canterbury with five divisions upon square supports, 18" square (lacking the central divider) £30-50

882. 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 £150-250

883. 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 £20-40

884. 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 £150-250


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885. 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 £30-50

886. 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 £80-120 887. Georgian oak corner cupboard, the moulded stepped top over a panelled door, 26" wide, 14.25" deep, 37.5" high £80-120

888. 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 £30-50 889. 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 £50-80

890. 19th century mahogany oval library table, with tooled red leather inset top over a panelled frieze fitted with two end drawers, supported upon square tapering legs united by a wavy fluted stretcher, terminating in brass caps and castors, 30" high, 44" wide, 28.5" deep £80-140 891-900 NO LOT

VINTAGE & GENERAL PICTURES

901. Follower of Isaac Henzell (19th century) - 'Country Girl' standing beside trees holding a sheaf of corn in her apron, oil on canvas, unframed, 30" x 24" £50-80

902. André Bardet (20/21st century) - 'La Seine a Paris', a coloured serigraph on board and signed in ink, from an edition of 50, 9" x 11.5" **with certificate of authenticity from Park West Gallery £20-40

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903. Alex Perez (Chilean, b. 1946) - 'Lavender in Provence', 2002, signed seriolithograph in colour on paper, signed in the plate, 6.75" x 8.75" (unframed) *The work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from The Park West Gallery, Southfield Michigan, US and signed by the director Albert Scaglione, Registration No. 123944 £10-20

904. Manuel J Estop Zafra (Spanish 1962-) - 'Guitar', 'Harp', 'Violin', 'Piano', signed in pencil, limited edition black and white etchings, each 3.75" x 4.25", framed (4) £15-30

905. Edwin Edwards (1823-1879) - Old Inns, black and white etching, 8" x 12", framed £20-40

906. C*J* Parry (19th/20th century) - a country girl beside a stream with a wooden bridge nearby, also a companion painting depicting a coastal scene with rocks and seabirds, both signed, oil on canvas, each 12" x 9.25" (pair) **with gilded matching frames £40-80

907. After Eric Richard Sturgeon (1920-1999) - a village square with figures under trees with a church and other figures nearby, a signed artist proof, also bearing a blind stamp for the Fine Art Trade guild, coloured reproduction, 18.75" x 27.5"; together with a coloured print of male lion and female lioness and a signed artist proof by Roy Perry depicting a cricket match at Trent Bridge, Nottingham, numbered 101/250, various sizes (3) £30-50

908. W. Watkins after Thomas H. Shepherd - 'St Mary, Aldermary', 'St MIchaels, Cornhill', coloured book plates 4.25" x 6"; together with a large collection of various other bookplates and signed etchings depicting scenes in Bruges, others depicting the courtyard of Old 'Tattersall's', a later coloured map of Northamptonshire, engraved for Dugdales England and Wales and finally a signed black and white woodcut print by George Soper numbered 6/50, 5.75" x 8.25", other later coloured reproductions after the work of David Shepherd, various sizes (a collection) £30-50

909. NO LOT

910. After H* Thomson for the Pears Company - 'Tally-Ho, Idyll - I, The Meet'; together with four companions each titled 'Gone Away', 'The Run', 'The Kill' and finally 'The Wedding in Pink', all inscribed, coloured later prints, each 10.25" x 13" (5) £20-40

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911. George Baxter (19th century) - scene at The Houses of Parliament with figures greeting a Royal regatta on The Thames; together with three companion pictures, Queen Victoria on horseback, with Windsor castle in the distance, Prince Albert on horseback with other figures nearby and a Royal procession on a London street (4);together with various other prints and engravings including one entitled 'The Fisherman' by J.Mason after Gaspar Poussin, black and white engraving, various sizes (9) £20-40 912. E*H*Oldfield (19th/20th century) - Indian figures beside ancient buildings, possibly a scene on The Ganges, signed and dated 1907, watercolour, 10" x 16.25"; together with a further watercolour of a coastal scene with a cottage and figure placing washing on a line (2) £60-100 913. Alexander Michie R.W.A., A.R.B.S (b.1921) - Church and grounds, signed and dated 1979, also inscribed with details of the artist's exhibitions and the collectors of his work, Royal West of England Academy, Oxford University etc, pencil and watercolour heightened with white, 18.75" x 13.75" £20-40

914. After Charles Frederick Tunnicliffe R.A. - 'Secluded Pool', ducks on a pool, artist's signed proof, also inscribed on an old label verso, together with the blind stamp for the Fine Art Trade Guild, 15.5" x 19.5"; together with various other artists' signed proofs by or after Michael Rondot, 'The Fourth Dimension', an aeroplane in flight, also an artist's signed proof by Rod Organ entitled 'Unforgettable', a motorcyclist on a Honda motorbike, another artist's signed proof by Gerald Coulson entitled 'Lone Spitfire', various sizes (4) £30-50 915. Sue Howells (20th century) - 'Hot Gossip', signed artist's proof limited edition print 148/225, 13.25" x 12.5"; together with two further limited edition prints by the same artist, one entitled 'Early Bird', also a smaller print of a figure walking a dog, various sizes (3) £30-50 916-920 NO LOT

VINTAGE & GENERAL FURNITURE 921. Decorative mahogany occasional two tier side table, with a revolving top and applied with foliate mouldings, 24" wide, 28" high; together with a bookcase with sliding doors (3) £10-20 922. Wrought iron three tier circular plant stand, 35" high £20-40

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923. Georgian mahogany demi-lune side table, supported upon square canted legs, 22" high, 51" wide, 23" deep £30-50

924. 19th century mahogany drop leaf dining table, supported upon square legs, 29" high, 62" extended, 47" wide £40-80

925. Oriental oak cocktail cabinet, the fall front opening to reveal a shelved and mirrored interior over two cupboard doors enclosing shelves and a bottle stand, 38" x 32" wide, 16" deep; also an oak dresser, the raised shelf back fitted with two linen fold cupboard doors over the base fitted with two drawers and three linen fold cupboard doors, 51" high, 48" wide, 16.5" deep and an Edwardian satinwood low chest of two drawers (3) £30-60

926. Early 20th century inlaid bookcase, the top with two frieze drawers over three fall front glazed shelves supported upon bracket feet, 45" high, 36" wide, 12" deep £30-50

927. Contemporary mahogany brass bound nest of three tables, 19.5" high x 22" wide x 15" deep; also another nest of three oval side tables with piecrust border, bergere armchair, square mahogany work table and a walnut cased sewing machine (5) £40-80 928. Georgian oak gateleg table, the drop leaf top over a single drawer and turned supports united by stretchers, 54" wide extended, 28" high £20-40

929. Georgian mahogany single dining chair with a pierced vase splat over a drop-in seat upon square canted legs united by stretchers, 20.5" wide, 38" high; together with a bergere armchair (2) £20-40

930. 17th century style replica oak nest of three tables with turned supports, the largest table 24" wide, 19" high £20-40

931. Nest of three oak occasional tables in the Jacobean style, the largest table 21.75" wide, 19" high £20-40

932. Reproduction mahogany blanket chest, 21" high, 46" wide, 23.5" deep; also an early 20th century oak open armchair with sweeping carved fluted arms terminating in mask terminals, with stuffover pink salmon back and seat, supported upon square chamfered legs united by an X-frame stretcher (2) £20-40


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933. Antique oak spinning chair, the tapered back pierced with a heart and well carved overall with foliate roundels, supported upon four hexagonal legs, 33.5" high £25-45 934. 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) £20-40 935. 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. £80-120 936. 17th century oak split moulded chest of drawers, with three drawers upon stile feet, 42" wide, 20.5" deep, 32" high £60-100 937. Narrow oak hall stand inset with a bevelled mirror, 23" wide, 77.5" high £20-30

938. Late Victorian button-back upholstered nursing chair with scratch carving upon turned fluted front supports, 35" high £20-40

939. 19th century mahogany supper table, with a single frieze drawer upon a square column and quatrefoil plateau terminating with curved supports, 42" wide (at fault) £40-80

940. 19th century mahogany settee frame with bulbous reeded front supports, 71.5" wide, back height 34.5" £20-40

941. George III oak hanging corner cabinet, the arched panelled door inlaid with an oval paterae enclosing serpentine shelves, 29.5" wide, 41.5" high £20-40

942. Mahogany glazed standing corner display cabinet, 27" wide, 38.5" high; together with a Georgian single chair (2) £10-20

943. William IV mahogany commode armchair, with reeded turned front supports; together with a Regency mahogany single dining chair (2) £15-30

END OF DAY TWO SALE

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

Entries are now invited until the 1st November 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

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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

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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 A R D I N E R H O U L G AT E T H E B AT H A U C T I O N RO O M S DIRECTIONS TO OUR CORSHAM HEADQUA AR RTERS M4 From

J17

From

London

J18

Bristol

A350

Chippenham

From Cross Keys

A46 6 A4

Corsham

A4

Bath Hare & Hounds From

Bath

Coorsham C

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.

BA TH BA BATH AT AUCTION ROOMS

Go straight through the estate and take the las 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 Esttate Leafield Environmental

Corsham Print

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

PM Mendes

Neeston N

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 AT 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

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