Jewellery, Antiques & Works of Art - 22nd & 23rd September 2021

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WATCHES & JEWELLERY Wednesday 22nd September 2021 at 10am

ANTIQUES & WORKS OF ART Thursday 23rd September 2021 at 10am

Fine Contents Of A Georgian Property Friday 24th September 2021 at 10am


Contents of a private Georgian Property to be sold on the 24th September 2021. Follow us on Instagram or subscribe to our website for more updates regarding this sale, and other specialist sales.

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Thursday21st October 2021 Friday 22nd October 2021

We are pleased to announce the Clock Auction in October 2021 will include the private collection of Railway Clocks and Railwayana from the estate of David Barnes. The sale includes over 20 railway station clocks, guards watches and other related items including items from the GWR (Great Western Railway) For further details please contact Jamie South Find us on Facebook!



Watches & Jewellery Wednesday 22nd September 2021 at 10am




Wednesday 22nd September 2021 at 10am

WATCHES & JEWELLERY 1. Frederique Constant, Geneve Moonphase Calendar automatic gold plated calendar gentleman's wristwatch, ref. FC.365X4C5/6, serial no. 1335xxx, tan leather strap with folding clasp, 37mm £300-500 2. Cartier Roadster automatic stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 2618, serial no. 3546xxx, 48mm including the crown £2300-2800 3. ITA Suisse 18ct chronograph gentleman's wristwatch, silvered dial with gilded Arabic numerals, chronograph centre seconds and twin subsidiary dials, 17 jewels, leather strap, 38mm (requires repair) £300-400 4. Omega Constellation Chronometer 18ct automatic gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 1685009, circa 1968, serial no. 263789xx, champagne dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 564 movement, 53.6gm, 35mm (no strap) £1500-1800 5. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 1501, serial no. 2049xxx, circa 1968, white dial with after-market set diamond numerals and diamond set bezel, ref. 7835 Oyster bracelet, 35mm ** with Beckertime certificate £2800-3500 4

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4 6. Omega De Ville silver unisex wristwatch, ref. 8269, circa 1972, serial no. 35926xxx, bevelled glass, blue dial, cal. 625 movement, integral bracelet, 86.8gm, 21mm £200-300 7. Gruen Precision 14ct gentleman's wristwatch, engine turned sunburst dial with applied baton markers, black strap, 33mm £350 £450 8. Cartier Tank Americane 18ct white gold gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 2312, serial no. 101xxxCD, sapphire crown, 153.2gm, quartz, 31mm including the sapphire crown £6000-8000 9. Bulova 9ct rectangular gentleman's wristwatch, rectangular silvered chequered dial with gilt applied Arabic numerals, hour markers and subsidiary seconds, gilt hands, brown leather strap, 26mm £200-300 GARDINER HOULGATE




10. Zenith Grande Class El Primero automatic moonphase calendar chronograph stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 03 0520 4100, exhibition back, black leather strap with folding clasp, 44mm £2400-2800

15. Omega 14ct mid-size wristwatch, circular bronze dial with quarter Arabic numerals, hour markers, minute markers and gilt centre seconds with red pointer, signed 15 jewel movement, signed case, modern tan leather strap, 28mm £360-420

11. Rolex WWI period silver wire-lug wristwatch, import hallmarks for London 1916, white dial with Roman numerals and red twelve, signed 15 jewel movement, black strap, 30mm (movement requires attention) £150-250

16. Heuer stopwatch, 7 jewels, original label verso, 61mm £40-80

12. Rotary 1940s white gold diamond set lady's wristwatch, silvered dial, /390 17 jewel movement, case no. 501890, 7gm, 27mm x 14mm (no strap) £40-80 13. 18ct white gold diamond set tonneau lady's wristwatch, import hallmarks for London 1919, silvered dial with applied Arabic and baton markers, Swiss 15 jewel movement, 13.5gm, 21mm (movement requires repair, no strap) £120-180 14. Platinum diamond set lady's cocktail watch, silvered dial with a diamond set bezel, Dogma 15 jewel movement, wire-lugs, case no. 1520894, black strap, 12.7gm, 19mm (movement require repair) £100-150


17. Tavannes steel cased dress pocket watch with metal Albert chain, signed bronze dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, the back inscribed 'A.E.S.N' 45mm £20-40 18. Omega Quartz 18ct yellow gold gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 191746, circa 1982, serial no. 45296123, cal. 1177 movement, circular case with swing lugs, black leather strap with Omega buckle, 33mm (requires repair) £300-400 19. 18ct white gold five stone diamond claw-set ring, old-cut diamonds, estimated 0.60ct approx in total, 4.4gm, width 5.5mm, ring size L/M £300-500 20. Sampson Mordan & Co. 9ct pencil, London 1925, 14.8gm, 4.5" long £120-180 21. Sampson Mordan & Co. 9ct toothpick and case, London 1927, 12.1gm £90-120 5

26 22. Sampson Mordan & Co. propelling pencil, with inscription dated 1985, 29.5gm, 6.25" fully extended £60-100 23. Sampson Mordan & Co. rare yellow metal engine turned combination propelling fountain pen and pencil, Waterman's knib, inscribed 'Xamas 1948', screw end cap, 26gm, 5.75" long fully extended £200-400


24. Engraved propelling pencil, 15.7gm, 5.25" fully extended; 9ct pencil 6.8gm, 3" long; also two other pencils (4) £80-120 25. 18ct yellow gold emerald and diamond oval cluster ring, the emerald 0.37ct approx, in a surround of nine round brilliant-cut diamonds, 0.54ct approx in total, clarity SI, colour I/J, 3.9gm, 12mm, ring size M/N £700-900


26. Yellow gold diamond set line bracelet, round brilliant-cuts, 2.00ct approx, marked 10k, 7.1gm, 7" long £150-250 27. Ornate necklace set with round and square peridot, seed pearls and diamonds with a suspended pear shaped peridot, slender 9ct yellow gold chain, 7.1gm, 17" long ** boxed £350-400 28. Small 18ct cabouchon ruby and diamond three stone ring, 6mm, 1.7gm, ring size H; together with a pair of 14k tapered stone set earrings, 1.6gm, 22mm long (3) £40-80 6

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30 29. Two fancy 9ct CZ set dress rings, 9.1gm (2) £70-100 30. Attractive platinum diamond set floral cluster ring, 0.70ct approx, clarity SI, colour I/J, 4.7gm, 11mm, ring size N/O £650-750 GARDINER HOULGATE

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31. Attractive 14ct yellow gold synthetic ruby and diamond oval cluster ring, the ruby 0.60ct approx, 3.7gm, width 10mm, ring size T/U £120-180


32. 18ct yellow gold seven stone diamond cluster ring, 0.70ct approx, clarity SI, colour I/J, 3.5gm, 11mm, ring size J £600-800 33. Pair of 18ct yellow gold mother of pearl set cufflinks, 6gm, 13mm diameter £150-250 34. Pair of 18ct and platinum mother of pearl cufflinks, 7gm, 13mm x 11mm £160-220 35. Art Deco style 18ct yellow gold ruby and diamond cluster ring, with four rubies within a pavé diamond surround estimated 0.50ct approx, 2.4gm, width 10mm, ring size N/O £550-750 36. 18ct yellow gold heart shaped aquamarine and diamond three stone ring, the aquamarine 1.00ct approx, with round brilliant-cut diamonds to either side, 0.10ct, width 7mm, 2.9gm, ring size N £340-380


37 37. Fine 18ct white gold quality oval emerald and diamond cluster ring with diamond shoulders, the emerald 1.68ct, total diamond weight 0.91ct approx, clarity VS2-SI1, colour G/H, 4.1gm, 13mm, ring size N/O ** with original WGI Certificate/badge and bag. WGI9624130128 £2200-2800 38. 9ct gentleman's onyx signet ring, 6.2gm, 12mm, ring size T £60-90



42 39. White gold five stone diamond ring, round brilliant-cut, estimated 2.00ct approx, clarity SI, colour H/I, width 5mm, 3gm, ring size P/Q £2200-2600 40. Art Deco style platinum yellow sapphire and diamond cluster ring, the sapphire 1.00ct approx, with round brilliant-cut diamonds, 0.50ct approx in total, 4.6gm, 12mm, ring size N/O £750-950


41. 18ct white gold tanzanite and diamond dress ring, the oval tanzanite 0.60ct approx, set with round brilliant-cut diamonds, width 7mm, 2.8gm, ring size O £200-250 42. 18ct yellow gold sapphire and diamond gentleman's three stone ring, the sapphire 1.80ct approx, old mine-cut diamonds, 1.20ct approx in total, SI, K/L, 9.6gm, width 10mm, 9.7gm, ring size R/S £2000-2500


43. Fancy white gold diamond boat shaped design cluster ring, round brilliant-cut diamonds, estimated 1.75ct approx in total, clarity SI, colour G/H, width 14mm, 4.4gm, ring size M/N £850-950 44. 18ct yellow gold claw set opal, ruby and diamond ring, width 5.5mm, 5gm, ring size J £180-220 45. Attractive tanzanite and diamond platinum cluster ring, the tanzanite of good colour 1.30t approx, in a mixed-cut diamond surround, 1.10ct approx, clarity SI, colour I/K, 5.4gm, 14mm, ring size O £1100-1300 46. Four 9ct gem set dress rings, 10.9gm (4) £230-260



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47. Large impressive platinum dress ring set with fine quality oval aquamarine 8.99ct, in a surround of diamonds 1.95ct, clarity SI, colour G/H, 13.1gm, width 25mm, ring size N/O ** with box £3200-3800 GARDINER HOULGATE




51. Pandora bracelet with two charms, 19.6gm £20-40 52. Antique 18ct yellow gold sapphire and diamond cluster ring, the sapphire 0.15ct, in a two row border of old-cut diamonds, 5.5gm, 13mm, ring size L £400-600


53. Good quality 18ct white gold diamond half eternity ring, 1.00ct approx in total, clarity SI, colour H/I, 5gm, width 5.5mm, ring size P/Q £1000-1500 54. 18ct yellow gold solitaire diamond ring, old-European-cut, 1.10ct approx, clarity SI, colour K/L, 2.7gm, ring size l/M £1400-1800

55 48. 1912 full sovereign coin in a 9ct mount and upon a slender 9ct necklace, 13gm, the necklace 20" long £270-320 49. 18ct white gold diamond cluster ring, the centre diamond 0.25ct, clarity SI, colour H/I, 0.47ct approx in total, 8gm, width 7mm, ring size N £450-550 50. Platinum Art Deco style aquamarine and diamond ring, with four princess-cut aquamarines estimated 0.65ct approx in total, between round brilliant-cut diamonds and stepped set shoulders, 3.9gm, 8mm, ring size P £650-750


55. Good platinum three stone diamond ring with set shoulders, rub-over set round brilliant-cuts, 1.20ct approx, clarity SI, colour K/L, width 6mm, 3.8gm, ring size P £1250-1450 56. 9ct oval amethyst single stone ring, 1.00ct approx, width 6mm, 5.1gm, ring size O; together with a 9ct topaz single stone set ring, 3.5gm, width 8mm, ring size L (2) £120-150 57. String of earth mined carved red oval beads on a red and gold adjustable cord. 2415.50ct approximately, 439gm £180-220 58. Good modern 18ct rose gold diamond line bracelet, round brilliant-cuts, estimated 7.28ct in total, clarity SI-1, colour G/H, width 3.5mm, 13.3gm, 7" long ** with box £5500-6000 9


59. Good 18ct white and yellow gold seven stone diamond daisy cluster ring, round brilliant-cut estimated 2.91ct in total, clarity SI2-i1, colour J/L, 6.9GM, 16MM, ring size M ** with WGI certificate number WGI9624129956, original WGI bag, label and certificate £2600-3000


60. Impressive retro style platinum ring, set with a large light grey South Sea pearl and baguette cut diamond shoulders, the pearl 13mm, total diamond weight 0.62ct approx, clarity SI-1, colour G/H, 11gm, ring size K £1600-2000 61. Large antique gold mounted carnelian oval intaglio seal fob pendant, 15.5gm, 31mm x 26mm £320-380 62. Good platinum diamond set eternity ring, 2.00ct approx, clarity SI, colour H/I, width 4.5mm, 5.4gm, ring size R £1200-1600




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63. 18ct yellow gold sapphire and diamond cluster ring, the sapphire 0.15ct, in a setting of six round brilliant-cut diamonds, estimate 0.80ct approx, clarity H-I, colour H/I, 13mm, 5gm, ring size N £850-950 64. Attractive pair of modern 18ct white gold pearl and diamond earrings, each set with an oval white pearl set above each pearl is a halo of diamonds and diamond set fishhook fastenings, 0.38ct approx in total, 5.6gm, the pearls 12mm x 11mm ** with box £650-750





72 65. 18ct white gold oval tanzanite and round brilliant cut diamond line bracelet, the tanzanite 8.91ct in total, the diamonds 0.55ct in total, width 4mm, 83gm, 7" long ** with box £1050-1250 66. Three 9c stones set dress rings, 9.2gm (3) £100-150 67. 18ct white gold oval emerald and round brilliant cut diamond line bracelet, the emeralds 9.66ct in total, the diamonds 0.55ct in total, width 4mm, 8.6gm, 7" long ** with box £1050-1250 68. Good pair of 18ct white gold oval tanzanite and diamond cluster stud earrings, the oval tanzanite of good colour estimated 2.28ct in total, the diamonds 1.02ct in total, clarity VS-SI, colour G/H, 5.4gm, 13mm x 14mm ** with box £1800-2200


67 69. Good modern 18ct white gold oval tanzanite and diamond cluster ring, the tanzanite 1.83ct total diamond weigh 0.71ct, clarity SI, colour G/H, width 13.5mm, 4.3gm, ring size N/O £1500-1800 70. Attractive 18ct yellow gold step-cut amethyst and double halo diamond pendant, the amethyst 2.00ct, the diamonds 0.35ct in total, the pendant 15mm wide ** with box £440-480 71. 9ct graduated curb link bracelet with a heart shaped clasp, each link individually stamped, 22.8gm, width 6mm, 7" long £450-550 72. Fine 18ct white gold princess-cut diamond dress ring, the centre stone 1.18ct, clarity VS, colour H/I, 8.2gm, width 7mm, ring size L £2000-2500






78 73. Pair of 18ct white gold four claw set round brilliant cut diamond ear studs, 1.27ct in total, clarity SI, colour J/K, 2.2gm, 5.5mm ** with box £2200-2600 74. Pair of 18ct white gold diamond cluster earrings, each with seven round brilliant-cut diamonds, estimated 1.50ct approx in total, clarity SI-1, colour H/I, screw backs, 4.2gm, 10mm £1200-1500 75. 9ct bicolour choker necklace, 33.7gm, width 11mm, 17" long ** with a modern box £750-850 76. 14ct yellow gold cabouchon coral ring, width 15.5mm, 3.5gm, ring size P £120-150 12

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80 77. Pair 18ct white gold old-cut diamond and sapphire target style stud earrings, the centre diamonds 0.90ct in total, clarity SI, colour H/I, the sapphires 1.25ct in total, 1.8gm, 12mm ** with box £1400-1800 78. 18ct white gold diamond line bracelet, 2.00ct approx, 6.5gm, width 2mm, 7" long £1000-1500 79. 18ct yellow gold sapphire and diamond cluster ring, the sapphire 0.50ct approx, in a surround of eleven round old-cut diamonds, 3gm, width 10mm, ring size J/K £320-380 80. Art Deco style platinum diamond circular cluster ring, 0.65ct approx, 3.9gm, 12mm, ring size N £600-800 GARDINER HOULGATE

81. Masonic 9ct and enamel brooch for the 'Ayrshire District Grand Chapter', 22.5g, 100mm x 42mm £420-480 82. 18ct yellow gold claw-set diamond ring, Birmingham 1919, 1.00ct approx, clarity I, colour I/J, 6.3gm, width 9mm, ring size R £1200-1500 83. String of faceted opal beads with a silver magnetic clasp, 6mm-11mm, 25gm, 17" long £300-400


84. 18ct pearl and <span style="">garnet set ring, Birmingham 1909, 2gm, 8mm, ring size L (two stones missing); with a 9ct opal and garnet ring, 3gm, 12mm, rind size M/N (stones missing) (2) £150-200 85. 18ct yellow gold opal and diamond oval cluster ring, the opal 0.80ct approx, total diamond weight 0.70ct, 3.2gm, 14mm x 13mm, ring size O/P £700-900 86. Modern 9ct yellow gold diamond set necklace, the pendant 36mm, 3gm £60-90


87. Stylish platinum ruby and diamond cluster ring, set with a central old European-cut diamond, 0.30ct approx, clarity SI, colour I/J, surrounded by a halo of calibre cut rubies, a halo of round brilliant-cut diamonds, surrounded by a halo of calibre cut rubies, estimated total diamond carat weight 1.00ct, total ruby weight 2.95ct, 7.1gm, 19mm diameter, ring size N/M ** with box £1500-2000 88. 18ct white gold sapphire and diamond cluster ring, the oval sapphire 0.50ct approx, with eight round brilliant-cut diamonds, estimated 0.56ct in total, clarity SI, colour H/I, 3.9gm, 12mm, ring size L/M £400-600


89. 18ct yellow gold emerald and diamond five stone ring, the emerald 1.55ct, total diamond weight 0.23ct, signed Iliana, 4.1gm, width 8mm, ring size M £450-550 90. Ornate platinum yellow sapphire and diamond cluster ring, the emerald-cut sapphire 1.40ct approx, diamonds estimated 0.65ct approx in total, 4.6gm, width 13mm, ring size N/O £700-900







96. Victorian 9ct Albertina bracelet, 13gm, 8" long (requires attention to the clasp) £280-320 97. Pair of antique style drop earrings, set with sapphires, diamonds and pearls, 3.4gm, drop 48mm approx ** with box £280-320

99 91. Four 9ct diamond and gem set rings, 8.7gm (4) £140-180 92. Cartier Trinity 18ct wedding band ring, signed, no. 53 BLB561, 4.5gm, ring size K/L £400-500 93. Good 18ct white gold natural oval tanzanite and diamond cluster ring, the tanzanite 3.12ct, the diamonds 0.99ct in total, 5.2gm, width 16mm, ring size O ** with WGI certificate number WGI9624126572 £2500-3000 94. 14ct emerald and diamond three stone ring, the emerald 0.80ct approx, 2.7gm, width 7mm, ring size O £200-300 95. Three 9ct diamond and gem set rings, 9.9gm (3) £100-150


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98. 18ct white gold solitaire diamond ring, round brilliant-cut, 0.70ct, clarity VS, colour H/I, 2.8gm, ring size L £600-800 99. 18ct white gold three stone diamond ring, 1.10ct approx in total, clarity VS-SI, colour J/K, 3.3gm, width 7mm, ring size N £550-650 100. 18ct sapphire and diamond ring, 2.2gm, ring size K/L; with a 9ct opal and diamond ring, 1.7gm, ring size K/L (2) £60-80 101. Attractive pair of antique sapphire and diamond oval cluster earrings, the sapphires 0.90ct approx in total, the diamonds 0.40ct approx, clarity SI, colour H/I, 2.4gm, drop 19mm £550-650 102. Antique yellow metal ruby and diamond three stone ring, 2gm, width 9mm; with a 15ct antique engraved stone set ring, 1.9gm, ring size M/N (2) £220-280 GARDINER HOULGATE


109 103. 9ct yellow gold single stone set blue topaz ring, width 9.5mm, 6.8gm, ring size R/S £80-120 104. Two pairs of yellow metal amethyst set earrings, 4.6gm £200-250


105. Pair of 18ct white gold cabouchon ruby and diamond oval earrings, the rubies 5.70ct approx in total, 4.4gm, 14mm x 12mm £400-600 106. Modern pear shaped blue topaz and diamond 9ct white gold dress ring, circa 2006, the topaz measuring 18mmx 13.12mm, depth 8.49mm, with a single round brilliant-cut diamond, 0.25ct, clarity I1, colour medium brown tinted, width 23mm, 9.2gm, ring size M ** with a copy of valuation for insurance for purposes, £1100 dated 2016 £240-280


107. Impressive platinum emerald and diamond oval cluster ring, set with five vertical diamonds, surrounded by calibre cut emeralds, and halo of diamonds, diamond set shoulders, the emeralds 1.00ct approx, diamonds 1.00ct approx, clarity SI, colour I/J, 5.9gm, width 23mm, ring size M £1800-2200 108. Attractive platinum diamond cluster ring, with nine round old-cut diamonds estimated 2.40ct approx in total, the centre old mine-cut diamond 0.70ct approx, clarity SI, colour I/J, 3.4gm, 14mm, ring size O £500-800 109. Loose round brilliant-cut diamond, 2.00ct, clarity I, colour H/I , 8mm £2800-3200


110. High grade yellow metal bangle, set with pearls, emeralds and rubies, width 12mm, 26.2gm, 61mm (some stones missing) £70-900



111. 18ct white gold diamond set necklace, 3.9gm, 18" long £150-200 112. Amber oval bead necklace, 8mm-22mm, 36.1gm, 23" long; also with a phenolic red amber bead necklace, 62.5gm (2) £60-100 113. Modern string of cultured pearls with a 9ct yellow gold ball clasp, the pearls 9-10mm, 58.7gm, 17.5" long £200-250 114. Gentleman's 18ct diamond signet ring, round brilliant-cut, 0.28ct approx in total, 7.6gm, width 12.5mm, ring size O/P £300-400 115. 9ct onyx and diamond gentleman's signet ring, 9.4gm, 20mm, ring size S/T £90-120


116. Assorted 9ct jewellery to include a brooch, four pendants and and a pair of earrings, 12.6gm £80-120 117. Platinum square shaped ring with chamfered corners, set with a central diamond surrounded by a halo of sapphires, a halo of diamonds and an outer halo of sapphires. Diamonds 1.00ct approx. Sapphires 1.35ct approx £1800-2200 118. Attractive pair of modern 14ct white gold diamond set hoop earrings, set inside and out with round brilliant-cut diamonds, 1.20ct approx in total, clarity SI2-I, colour H/I, 6.6gm, 24mm diameter £600-800


119. Fancy modern 9ct white gold diamond cross-over design band ring, with round and baguette-cut diamonds, 6.1gm, width 17mm, ring size L £100-150 120. 18ct oval amethyst and diamond cluster ring with set shoulders, width 12mm, 4.6gm, ring size L/M £120-150


121. Modern 18ct white gold diamond dress ring, width 10mm, 3.6gm, ring size Q £150-200 122. 18ct yellow gold diamond cluster ring with set shoulders, round brilliantcut, 0.70ct approx, clarity SI, colour H/I, 4.2gm, 10mm, ring size O £300-500


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125. Modern 9ct diamond set band ring, with a central row of baguette diamonds a pavé diamond set ground, 3.2gm, band width 8.5mm, ring size N £100-150 126. Chinese jade and 14ct circular pendant, 17.9gm, 49.5mm diameter £60-90


123. Pair 18ct rose gold pear shaped morganite and diamond drop earrings, each drop earring set with a pear shaped morganite surrounded by a pear shaped halo of round brilliant cut diamonds, three diamonds set to the chain between the drop and the bale, which is set with a cluster of diamonds, morganite 5.74ct total, diamonds 1.01ct in total, 7.2gm, drop 36mm ** with box £1650-1950 124. Three 9ct gem set dress rings, 6.2gm (3) £80-120


127. Impressive platinum square stepped cluster ring, set with a large emerald-cut emerald in a surround of diamonds, the emerald 1.85ct approx, the diamonds 1.20ct in total, 6.7gm, width 17mm, ring size N £2400-2800 128. 9ct topaz and diamond oval cluster ring, 2.7gm, 11mm, ring size M/N £60-100 129. 18ct white gold diamond cluster ring with diamond set shoulders, 0.75ct, clarity SI, colour G/H, 5.4gm, width 11.5mm, ring size M/N £400-600 130. 18ct claw set ring and diamond three stone ring, set internally with an 18ct wedding band to make one ring, 8.8gm, width 6mm, ring size P/Q £180-250




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133. Pair 18ct white gold seven stone floral style cluster diamond drop earrings with diamond bale, round brilliant-cut estimated 1.46ct in total, clarity SI, colour I/J, butterfly backs, 3gm, 16mm drop ** with box £1200-1500 134. 18ct yellow gold cabouchon black opal and diamond ring, the opal 2.00ct approx, 4.3gm, width 13mm, ring size M £700-1000 135. 18ct jade single stone set ring, 2.2gm, 11mm, ring size N £50-80

137 131. 18ct yellow gold Masonic engraved ring, Birmingham 1914, 4.3gm, 15mm, ring size U; with a 9ct Masonic ring, 2.3gm, ring size Q (2) £150-200 132. Two 18ct diamond set rings, 5.4gm (2) £120-180


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136. Yellow metal tension set sapphire single stone ring, 0.10ct approx, 3.6gm, width 3mm, ring size K £80-80 137. Attractive modern platinum elongated oval shaped dress ring set with rubies and diamonds, total ruby carat weight 0.97ct, brilliant cut diamonds total 0.73ct, 5.2gm, 27mm, ring size N £1800-2200 138. Loose round brilliant-cut diamond, 1.54ct approx, clarity I, colour J/K, 7mm £1800-2200 GARDINER HOULGATE



139. 18ct yellow gold old-cut diamond solitaire diamond ring, 2.20ct approx, clarity I, colour J/K, 10mm, 4.9gm, ring size N £3500-4000 140. Pair of 9ct rose gold tinted diamond ear studs, 0.50ct in total, clarity I, 4mm £180-220 141. Antique 18ct yellow gold circular diamond cluster ring, pavé set with old mine-cut diamonds, 0.80ct approx, 5.1gm, 13mm, ring size V/W £500-700


142. Antique style 18ct yellow gold emerald and diamond five stone ring in a claw setting, width 5mm, 3gm, ring size N/O £300-400 143. Tanzanite and diamond 9ct oval cluster ring, 10.5mm, 1.6gm, ring size L £220-280 144. Pair of 9ct emerald and diamonds ear studs, 7mm £150-200


145. Tanzanite and diamond 9ct yellow gold ring, the tanzanite 0.50ct approx, 7mm, 1.8gm, ring size Q £200-250

148. Yellow metal bracelet, marked '333', width 12mm, 19.8gm, 7.25" long £170-200

146. 18ct yellow gold hinged bangle, 12.8gm, 65mm £250-300

149. Good pair 18ct white gold oval emerald and diamond cluster ear studs, the emeralds 3.94ct, the diamonds 0.90ct approx in total, 5.6gm, 13mm x 12mm ** with box £2600-2800

147. Good 18ct yellow gold oval ruby and diamond cluster ring, the ruby 2.50ct, with round brilliant-cut diamonds, 1.50ct, clarity SI, colour H/I, 6.4gm, width 16mm, ring size M/N £2600-3000


150. Three row ruby bead necklace, the graduated ruby beads measuring 3mm to mm diameter, beaded section 18" long, to a woven cord necklace with slider, 51.3gm £100-150 19

157 161 151. Modern 9ct white gold solitaire diamond ring with set shoulders, round brilliant-cut, 0.50ct, clarity SI1, colour G, 2.9gm, ring size J/K ** with a third party report card £250-350 152. 9ct buckle design ring, London 1990,width 12mm, 3.9gm, ring size P; with 9ct shot design ring, 1.8gm (2) £60-90 153. 18ct yellow gold princess-cut diamond ring, 0.25ct, clarity VS, colour G/H, 2gm, width 4mm, ring size I £300-400 154. 9ct curb link necklace, 5.2gm, 3mm, 18" long £50-80 155. 18ct and platinum diamond cluster ring, the centre diamond 0.07ct approx, 2.6gm, 9mm, ring size K £50-80 156. 18ct yellow gold carnelian intaglio ring, depicting a portrait of a man, 5.5gm, width 21mm £250-300 157. Certificated platinum solitaire diamond ring with diamond shoulders, central old-cut diamond, 2.10ct, clarity SI2-I1, colour I/J, round brilliant-cut diamonds, 0.30ct, 4.5gm, 8mm, ring size H/I ** with WGI 9624121358 certificate £7000-8000 158. Collection of seven assorted 9ct rings, 23gm (7) £220-280 20

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163 159. Cultured pearl graduated necklace with a gold barrel clasp, 3mm-7mm, 12.5gm, 15" long; faux pearl necklace and two costume brooches (4) £40-60 160. Cleopatra style 9ct necklace, 15.5gm, 15" long approx ** with a green presentation box £160-220 161. 18ct yellow gold diamond set cross pendant, round brilliant-cut, 0.70ct approx in total, 2.6gm, 28mm x 17mm £350-450 162. Two 9ct yellow gold bangles, 14.1gm (2) £150-200 163. Good 18ct yellow gold aquamarine and ruby ring in the Art Deco style, the rectangular aquamarine 11ct approx, in a stepped setting with rubies, 9.4gm, width 19mm, ring size P/Q £1400-1800 GARDINER HOULGATE




164. 18ct yellow gold four stone diamond ring, round brilliant-cut, 0.70ct approx, clarity SI, colour H/I, 4.2gm, width 10mm, ring size J £350-450 165. Art Nouveau stone set brooch on a 9ct necklace, 4.9gm; also a small 9ct gold mounted cameo brooch, 23mm x 18mm and a 9ct green stone set pendant on a plated necklace £60-100 166. White gold oval aquamarine single stone dress ring, 9.20ct approx, 4.5gm, width 18.5mm, ring size O £500-800 167. 18ct white gold three stone diamond ring. 1.97ct, clarity I, colour H £2400-2800 168. 18ct yellow gold blue stone set single stone ring, 5.3gm, 13mm, ring size Q/R £60-100 169. 18ct yellow gold five stone diamond ring, Birmingham 1917, round old-cut, 0.39ct approx in total, width 6mm, 5.8gm, ring size M £140-180


174 170. 18ct calibrated sapphire set band ring, 3.1gm, 4mm, ring size R £70-90 171. Antique yellow metal backed Jasper and pearl set marquise shaped ring, decorated with a Classical figure in white slip on a green ground, 4.3gm, width 25mm, ring size O; with another antiques turquoise set ring, 1.9gm (2) (both with stones missing) £200-300 172. Three 9ct gem set dress rings, 7.3gm (3) £80-120 173. RAF silver and enamel sweetheart brooch, 56mm; with two WWII service medals £25-45 174. Chanel Bolduc 18ct yellow gold diamond set ring, designed as a gold ribbon set with round diamonds spelling 'CHANEL, 0.20ct approx, signed, 11.9gm, width 15mm, ring size J/L £800-1000


175. Assorted jewellery to include pearl necklets, silver hallmarked engraved bangle, modern silver stone set jewellery, brooches etc £40-80 176. Attractive 9ct turquoise set gate bracelet, set with nine oval cabochons, with safety chain, 15.7gm, 7" long approx £200-300 177. 18ct five stone old-cut diamond ring, 0.20ct approx, 2.7gm, 4mm, ring size S £80-120


178. Attractive pair of coral and pearl drop earrings, 2gm, drop 44mm approx £100-150 179. Pair of amethyst set gold earrings; together with a pair of turquoise set cabochon stud earrings, 8mm (4) £50-80 180. 18ct yellow gold old-cut diamond three stone ring, 0.50ct approx in total, 2.6gm, width 5mm, ring size K/L; with an antique 18ct yellow gold oldcut diamond five stone ring, 4.5gm, width 6mm, ring size P (2) £250-300


181. Oval engraved double sided locket pendant with floral designs, 20.4gm, 53mm x 32mm; with a Victorian turquoise enamelled oval locket pendant with a single pearl, 11.5gm, 40mm x 25mm (at fault) (2) £150-250 182. Large oval amethyst and pearl brooch in yellow metal, with safety chain, 21.9gm, 32mm x 38mm £100-150 183. Rare Stuart Crystal gold ring, the octagonal-shaped crystal covering gold wire letters, 2.9gm, 8.5mm, ring size P £500-800 184. Antique gold mounted turquoise pearl and gem set floral engraved ring, 4.7gm, 12mm, ring size P/R; together with another antique pearl and gem set floral cluster ring, 1.8gm, 8mm, ring size J/K (2) £150-250 185. Tiffany & Co. platinum diamond solitaire ring, round brilliant-cut, 0.39ct, clarity VS, colour H/I, signed, no. 24071413, 4.2gm, ring size J/K ** with Tiffany & Co. box £400-600


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186 186. Platinum cross-over design two stone diamond ring, old-cut diamonds with set shoulders, each 0.60ct approx, clarity SI, colour H/I, 2.9gm, width 8mm, ring size O £800-1200 187. 18ct and platinum diamond set ring, set with seven old-cut diamonds, the centre diamond 0.15ct approx, width 4.5mm, 2gm, ring size M/N £80-120 188. 18ct yellow gold aquamarine and diamond cluster ring, the aquamarine 1.3ct approx, in a surround of diamonds in a split shoulder setting, 4.2gm, 13mm, ring size M/N £300-500



197 193. 18ct white gold diamond half eternity ring, with 12 round brilliant-cut diamonds estimated 0.25ct, 4.1gm, band width 4mm, ring size L/M £100-150 194. Modern 9ct peridot and diamond pendant on a slender necklace, 2.8gm, the pendant 14mm, the necklace 18" long £80-120 195. Gentleman's 9ct yellow gold three stone garnet ring, 5.8gm, width 9mm, ring size S £80-120

198 189. Platinum blue topaz princess-cut full eternity ring, 2.6gm, width 3mm, ring size L/M £100-150 190. Georgian carnelian gold mounted oval seal fob pendant, 2.4gm, 18mm; with a part gold and enamel mourning locket pendant, 2gm, 17mm (at fault) £40-80 191. 18ct white gold sapphire and diamond three stone ring, the sapphire 0.50ct approx, with two round brilliant-cuts diamonds, 0.30ct approx in total, 4.5gm, width 6mm, ring size M £250-350 192. 18ct white gold diamond set band ring, baguette and round brilliant-cut diamonds, 4.9gm, width 8mm, ring size M £250-350


196. Three 14ct gems set dress rings and a 14ct gems set pendant, 18.2gm (4) £320-380 197. Fine antique diamond set swallow bird brooch, white and yellow metal set with with old-cut diamonds and a single cabouchon ruby eye, estimated 1.35ct approx in total, 7.4gm, 34mm ** with box £1000-1500 198. Attractive large pear shaped aquamarine and diamond 14ct set pendant, the aquamarine 9.50ct approx measuring 22mm x 14mm x 7mm depth, on a slender white metal necklace, 8.1gm, the pendant 38mm x 21mm £1000-1500 199. Good antique aquamarine and diamond hinged bangle, set with a large single rectangular cushion-cut aquamarine 9.50ct approx, measuring 15mm x 13mm x 8mm depth, set in an open cage mount with four round old-cut diamonds, 0.40ct approx, with safety chain, 13.8gm, 65mm ** with a Bristol Goldsmiths Alliance case £1000-1500 23

201 200. Attractive antique gold and enamel oval mourning pendant brooch, finely painted depicting a cherub with a bow and arrow within a pearl se border and ribbon bow crest, the locket reverse inset with a woven lock of hair, 21.9gm, 48mm x 37mm £300-500 201. Fine quality emerald and diamond openwork double border circular cluster brooch, square emerald-cut natural emerald, 9-10mm, depth 4.4mm in a rubover setting of 38 cushion old-cut diamonds set in yellow and white metal, 2.10ct approx in total, clarity SI, colour H/J, 6.5gm, 29mm ** with the original Collingwood (Jewellers) Ltd box. The Gem & Pearl Laboratory Emerald Report dated 17 August 2021 - describing as a natural emerald, transparent green, minor clarity enhancement, origin opinion: Colombia £3000-5000



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Silver & Bijouterie 501. Large Capstan silver circular inkwell, the hinged cover bearing 'Pro Partria Et Camino' crest, enclosing a clear glass well, makers mark heavily rubbed and indistinct, Birmingham 1945, 8" diameter, 3.5" high £70-100 502. George V pierced silver basket, with repousse scroll rim and decoration around vacant cartouche, on four scroll feet, 8.5" wide, 4" high, maker Joseph Rogers & Sons, Sheffield 1913, 11.1oz t £100-150


503. Two similar silver sauce boats, both with card cut rims raised on three feet, makers Synyer & Beddoes 1927 (6" long) and William Neale 1925 (5.5" long); also a silver cream jug, maker possibly S.Blackensee (mark rubbed) Chester 1930, 4" high, 9.7oz t in total (3) £80-120 504. Boodle & Dunthorne circular silver card tray, with moulded rim raised upon four claw and ball feet, with presentation inscription to the centre dated 1962, Birmingham 1960, 10" diameter, 21.3oz t £220-280 505. Arts & Crafts small silver casket, decorated in low relief with swans to the front and rear, and crowns to each end, maker R.H Halford & Sons, London 1901, 3.5" wide, 2" deep, 2" high, 4.1oz t £50-80


506. Pair of Josiah Williams & Co. silver scallop shell dishes, raised on three ball feet, London 1922, 5.25" x 4.25", 5.1oz t £50-80 507. Small silver pedestal bowl, with repousse ribbon and garland decoration, engraved presentation date inscription, maker Alexander Clark & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1930, 4.25" diameter, 2.75" high; together with an Edwardian christening mug, with engraved foliate decoration around an inscribed cartouche 'Lucy Mary Bidlake 1905', maker J Sherwood & Sons, Birmingham 1904, 3" high, 6.3oz t in total (2) £50-80 508. Pair of George III silver salts, of squat campagna form with twin-handles and half reeded bodies, maker 'W E', London 1786, 3.25" diameter, 2.25" high, 11.3oz t (2) £120-180 509. Limited Edition Aurum silver goblet commemorating The Wedding of HRH The Prince of Wales and The Lady Diana Spencer on 29 July 1981, number 750 of 1000, maker Hector Miller, London 1981, 6.5" high, 12.3oz t £150-200


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512 510. George III three piece boat shaped silver tea set, comprising teapot 6" high, twin-handled sucrier and jug, each with engraved geometric borders and foliate decoration, raised on four ball feet, makers Thomas Wallis (II) & Jonathan Hayne, London 1817, 32.3oz t £350-450 511. Pair of George III silver mustard spoons, maker Thomas Wallis (II) & Jonathan Hayne 1810, 4" long; together with two further pairs of silver mustard spoons by Mary Chawner and Taylor & Perry; also eight Joseph Rodgers & Sons silver teaspoons (differing date marks), another spoon and four forks, 9.5oz t approx total £80-120 512. Miniature four piece silver tea set on tray, maker BP Co, London 1972, tray 5.5" x 1.5" (5) £60-100 513. Selection of cased silver tea and coffee spoons; six by Eugene Leclere with coffee bean finials, six James Dixon & Sons and six melon spoons marked 'HH', silver 8.3 oz t approx £80-120 514. Cased collection of twelve 19th century French silver spoons and forks, by Henin & Vivier of Paris (one fork actually marked JB) monogrammed CJ to the handles, forks 8.5" long, spoons 8.5" long, 63.5oz t approx £500-700


515 515. Victorian silver bachelor three piece tea set, comprising tea pot 4.25" high, jug and bowl, with unrelated later sugar nips, maker John, Edward, Walter & John Barnard (Barnard & Sons), London 1876, within a shaped Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company fitted presentation case, 15.2oz t £200-300 516. Edward VII imported miniature silver shoe pin cushion, (lacking cushion) decorated in relief with figural putti scenes, Import marks for Theodor Hartmann, London 1902, 2.5" wide; together with a silver pin cushion modelled as a pig (also lacking cushion), London 1908, 1.75" high (2) £60-100 517. Late Victorian silver chatelaine, with ornate pierced buckle and five chains leading to a pencil, another pencil with note book, scissors, folding knife and needle case, the buckle maker 'HM' possibly Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1901, 4.9oz t £100-150 27

532 (See page 29) 518. Silver engine turned pill box, with a gilded interior, maker Peter John Doherty, Birmingham 1997, 1.75" x 1.25" £30-50 519. Victorian silver vinaigrette, the shaped cover with engine turned decoration around a monogrammed cartouche, enclosing a gilt interior floral and foliate grille, maker Edward Smith, Birmingham 1847, 2" x 1" £60-100 520. Edward VII mother of pearl handled silver folding fruit knife, with scrolling engraved blade and foliate decorated handle, maker William Needham, Sheffield 1909, 5.25" long; together with a Georgian mother of pearl handle fruit knife, maker TS, 5.5" long (2) £30-50 521. Victorian silver sovereign case, monogram to the cover, maker Deakin & Francis, Birmingham 1899, 1.25" diameter; together with another Victorian sovereign case (lacking spring), maker William Harrison Walter, 1.25" diameter (2) £80-120 522. Masonic interest - silver cigarette case with presentation inscription to the cover, inscribed 'W.M and Wardens of Milton 3849' dated 1918, gilt interior, maker Charles S Green & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1917, 4.25" x 3.25", 5.2oz t £50-80 523. Silver cigarette case, with engine turned decoration and gilt interior, named inscription to the interior, maker Gladwin Ltd. Sheffield 1963, 4.5" x 3.5", 5.6oz t £50-80


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524 524. George V silver sovereign case, the foliate engraved case hinged at the base, maker W H Haseler, Birmingham 1913, 1.25" diameter, 0.4oz t £50-80 525. Selected silver items to include a Gourdel Vales & Co. envelope stamp case, Viner's pair of pickle forks, small sugar nips with claws, napkin ring and souvenir 1937 Coronation spoon (6) £20-30 526. Five small circular silver boxes, including Continental '800' example and others by L.S.L, Matthew John Jessop, DE etc, the tallest 1.25" high, 3oz t (5) £40-80 527. Edward VII repousse serpentine silver box, the hinged cover with scrolling cartouche enclosing gilt interior, maker William Neale, Chester 1902, 4" wide; together with another repousse box by Stokes & Ireland Ltd and a miniature Victorian castor, 3" high, 4.2oz t (3) £40-80 GARDINER HOULGATE

533 533. Tiffany Sterling silver hexagonal bowl, stamped Tiffany & Co. 18165 makers 2727, 925-1000 to the underside, 9" diameter, 16.5oz t £200-300

536 528. Victorian silver cigarette case, with diagonal fluted decoration and gilded interior, maker James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1896, 3.5" x 2.75"; together with a Henry Clifford Davis case, Birmingham 1918 and a H W Plate Manufacturing Co. case, 7.4oz t in total (3) £70-100 529. Harman Brothers engine turned silver cigarette case, initialled 'AC', Birmingham 1932, 2.75" x 3.5"; together with another similar engine turned case, inscribed 'Eileen' to the gilt interior, maker and date rubbed and indistinct, Chester2.5" x 3.5", 5.2oz t in total (2) £50-80 530. Selection of five Victorian and Edwardian silver vesta cases, by Albert Jackson, Minshull & Latimer, Deakin & Francis, John Gilbert and T&D, 3.9oz t in total (5) £80-120 531. Edwardian hexagonal silver sifter by Barker Brothers, Birmingham 1906, 8.25" high, 5.9oz t £60-90 532. Edward Barnard & Sons for Tiffany & Co. London silver bachelor tea set, comprising teapot, cream jug and sucrier, teapot 4" high, London 1919; together with a matched pattern Edward Barnard & Sons for Tiffany & Co. silver coffee pot and water pot duo, London 1923, 4.5" high, 31.8oz t in total (5) £350-500


534. George III silver gilt cream jug, decorated with foliate and floral border, raised upon four ball feet, with leaf capped handle, 4" high, maker 'IW', London 1803, 5.4oz t £60-100 535. George Bowen & Sons pierced silver basket with swing handle (lacking any liner), 4.75" wide; together with a cased pair of Wilmot Manufacturing Co. silver napkin rings, four assorted further silver napkin rings and a pair of small silver mounted glass cruet shakers by James Deakin & Sons, 3.5" high, silver 6.3oz t approx £60-100 536. Robert & Dore Ltd. Limited Edition Sterling silver Pickwick Christmas Plate, etched with a Phiz illustration, no. 183/750, Birmingham 1972, 11.5" diameter, with certificate and box, 25.9oz t £250-350 537. Chinese silver beaker, of tapering cylindrical form, repousse floral decorated, character mark and initialled indistinct to the underside, 3.75" high, 2.7oz t £100-150 538. NO LOT 539. NO LOT 540. NO LOT


541. Elkington & Co. silver plated five piece tea and coffee set, comprising coffee pot 8.5" high, water pot, tea pot, cream jug and sucrier, each piece with finely engraved scrolling handles and borders around a monogrammed cartouche, all numbered 13012 and makers marks to the undersides (5) £50-100 542. Cased canteen of twelve Joseph Rodgers & Sons bone handle fish knives and forks, with silver collars (mixed 1904, 1905 and 1906 dates) and plated blades, knives 8.5" long, within a tiered mahogany case; together with a cased set of twelve mother of pearl handled steel knives and forks (2) £40-60 543. Guernsey EPNS one pint lidded pitcher, with wrapped handle and half foliate engraved globe body, 6" high; together with a cased set of six Royal Crown Derby porcelain handle butter knives (2) £30-50 544. Selection of silver plated table wares including four piece melon shaped tea set, Viners four piece tea set, wine coasters, tankards, chamber sticks etc. £60-100 545. Collection of silver plated table wares to include engraved double handled tray, teapots, coffee pots, cut glass decanters and claret jugs, covered tureens, candlesticks and tankards various £50-80


546. Good selection of silver plated table wares to include Hukin & Heath, Elkington, Goodfellow & Sons etc. £60-100 LOTS 547 - 560 NO LOTS

Antique Table Smalls & Small Collectables 561. French cast gilt metal and rouge marble candelabra/table lamp, 25" high including shades £80-120 562. Victorian mahogany sarcophagus tea caddy, with twin lions head ring handles, the hinged cover enclosing two covered compartments astride a central circular recess, raised upon four bun feet, 9" high, 13.5" wide, 8" deep £50-80 563. Pietro Bazzanti (1825-1895) - 'Florence', a marble bust statue of a lady with ivy leaves, signed and titled to the reverse, upon a marble socle, 17" high overall £200-400 30

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567 564. World War I Yeomans cavalry sword, the straight blade engraved with scrolling details, marked C. Boyton & Sons, the blade 25" long, 42" long overall **This sword was the vendors Grandfather, mentioned in the Supplement to The London Gazette 1918 - 'Lt Gerald Haldane Unwin, Yeo. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. Acting as Brigade galloper, he, on two occasions, went forward, with great coolness and indifference to danger, to reconnoitre the village for machine guns' £100-200 565. Victorian papier mache serpentine serving tray, decorated with gilt floral and foliate sprays, 24" x 19" £30-50 566. Victorian mahogany sarcophagus tea caddy, the hinged cover enclosing a divided interior with sympathetic later cut glass jar and two covered compartments, 11" wide, 6" deep, 6" high £30-50 567. Interesting large twin-handled metal grain measure/bucket, possibly Spanish, repousse inscribed with Spanish religious verse 'Som Jesuizo Dam Pecado Et Venga Oro' (I am a Jesuit, Give me your sins and gold will follow), the base rim inscribed 'Pedro Arbues, Zarragoza 1605', further decorated with images of Fleur de Lys, a rampant lion and three castle towers, opposite chickens with a peasant/farmer with crook, 13.5" high £150-250 568. 19th century 'birds eye' maple crossbanded thread box, the hinged cover enclosing double tier removable thread boards, 14" wide, 10.5" deep, 7" high £60-100



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569. G.A Dunn & Co. Limited - black silk gentleman's top hat, within fitted rigid travel case £50-80 570. Pair of cast figural silver plated candlesticks, modelled as classical figures holding aloft a torch, mounted upon a stepped circular wooden base, each marked with crown VR stamp, 13.75" high (2) £40-80 571. Georgian mahogany apothecary/decanter box, the hinged cover enclosing six division green baize lined interior, with swing brass handles to the sides, raised on brass castors (sold with associated glass items, possibly three original decanters) 16" wide, 11" deep, 9" high £60-100


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575 572. His Masters Voice (HMV) wind-up table top gramophone, within oak case with fretwork grille below, model 130, with HMV No. 5A reproducer, spare needles, 17.5" wide, 16.5" deep, 14" high; together with a selection of assorted gramophone records including Edison, Zenophone etc £80-120 573. Hand built scale model Kenyan/Lamu island sailing boat, upon stand engraved Lamu 1974, 30" long, 30" high (in need of some repair) £30-50

575. Rare Black Forest novelty twin-hook hat rack, carved in the form of a hunting hound dog carrying a sporting gun and satchel over two curved horn tapering hooks, 13" high £700-900 576. Good Victorian walnut games box, the domed cover with brass strapwork, enclosing fitted interior with playing cards and Bezique games markers/accessories, the box inscribed 'Charles Henry, Manchester' to an inside edge, 12" wide, 7.5" deep, 3.5" high £400-600

574. M.P.P 5x4 micro technical camera, with Copal-no.1 shutter £100-150 32

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577. After Giambologna (Flemish 1529-1608) - set of four large bronze figures, modelled as draped female figures upon shallow square plinth bases, each 25" high approx (4) £1500-2000 578. Russian icon portraying 'God The Creator', painted on panel, cased in silver, mark for St Petersburg, 84, maker initials lost and rubbed, inscribed 'town Sobastopol' verso, mounted upon a rouge baize lined panel, 8" x 9.5" £100-150 579. 19th century stained bone chess set, kings 2.75", 7cm high (32 pieces) £200-300 580. Masonic interest - rose croix 18 degree apron, with gilt thread thistle decoration around central cross, 15" x 13"; together with accompanying collar with pendant by Spencer, London; also a further Masonic leather apron with pale blue trim by George Kenning & Son, London, 15" x 13" (3) £60-100


582 581. Miniature brass framed glazed bijouterie cabinet, 7.5" wide, 3.5" deep, 9.5" high; together with three miniature models of stringed instruments - guitar, violin and mandolin £50-80 582. Jaeger-LeCoultre brass eight day mantel clock with a lapis lazuli dial, stamped 545 to the underside, 6.25" high, with box and guarantee booklet £250-350 33

583. Victorian woolwork sampler by Amelia Scott, aged 12, dated 1883, worked with the alphabet and verse with picture of birds and flowers within foliate border, framed and behind glass, 14.5" x 17.5" £30-50 584. 18th century needlework picture of a Saint, stood by a river with trees beyond, 10.5" high, 9" wide, within an oval mount, unframed, 16" x 14" overall £100-150 585. Early 19th century silk needlework picture, depicting a busy coastal scene with figures by a barn in the foreground and figures loading a boat in the distance, 16" x 13", within mount and frame, 21" x 18" overall £80-120 LOTS 586 - 590 NO LOTS

Porcelain & Pottery 584 591. Royal Worcester blush ivory porcelain flat back jug, decorated with gilt highlighted flowers, , puce factory stamp, numbered 1094 and registration number 29115 to the underside, 9" high £50-80 592. Royal Worcester blush ivory porcelain ewer, decorated with gilt highlighted floral sprigs with faux tusk moulded handle, factory stamp numbered 1116 and registration number to the underside, 9.5" high £30-50 593. Royal Worcester blush ivory porcelain water jug, with faux bamboo moulded handle and raised lizard to the side, upon a basket weave textured ground, gilt highlights, factory stamp and numbered 1714 to the underside, 6.5" high £40-80



594. Two small Royal Worcester blush ivory flatback jugs, one with puce mark and one green mark to the underside, both reg no.29115 and shape numbered 1094, both 4.5" high (2) £50-80 595. Locke & Co Worcester blush ivory porcelain cruet set on plated stand, matched factory stamps to the undersides, stand 5.5" high; together with a Locke & Co blush ivory pot pourri bowl, 2.5" high and a Royal China Works Worcester Grainger & Co posy vase, 2.75" high; also a Bovey Tracey Jennylind pattern cup, 3" high (4) £30-50 593 34

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596. Royal Worcester - blush ivory miniature porcelain loving cup, 2.25" high, cup and saucer and a mug 2.25" high; also a small dish decorated with a rose, 2.75" diameter, factory stamps to the undersides (5) £30-50 597. Royal Worcester James Hadley design figural bonbon dish, modelled as a boy with basket upon his back, upon a naturalistic gilt highlighted ground, signature to base, factory stamp and impressed markings to the underside, 8.25" high £100-150 598. Royal Worcester - a James Hadley design porcelain figure of a boy with basket, wearing a pale blue hat, modelled upon a naturalistic rocky base, factory stamps and impressed marks to the underside, 8.5" high £30-50 599. Royal Worcester - two James Hadley design Countries of the World series porcelain figures; Irishman and Italian (Base a.f), factory stamps and impressed marks to the undersides, 7" high (2) £40-80 600. Royal Worcester - two F.G Doughty porcelain figures; 'Tommy', model no. 2913, 4.5" high, and 'Mischief' model no. 2914, 3.25" high, factory stamps to the undersides (2) £40-60 601. Royal Worcester - porcelain figural group of three kittens, model no. 3141, factory stamp and rd no. 809652 to the underside, 3" wide £30-50 602. Worcester first period blue and white porcelain bowl, decorated with the Three Ladies pattern opposite the La Terre, also with vase of flowers to the interior, crescent mark to the underside, 5.5" diameter, 2.75" high £70-100


597 603. Pair of Vienna porcelain Campagna urn vases, decorated with floral panels within gilt highlights, and on square bases with further floral panels, blue beehive marks to the undersides, 11.5" high (2) £100-150 604. Four attractive 19th century English porcelain cabinet cups and saucers including a Coalport pattern 737 cup and saucer (some faults and restorations) £60-100 605. Good pair of Thomas Forrester & Sons Limited pottery ewers, decorated with alternating gilt on enamel blue and floral on blush ivory panels, with scrolling slender handles, factory stamps and blue underglaze script to the undersides, 17" high (2) £60-100 35



609. Royal Copenhagen porcelain demi-tasse part coffee set, 'Frijsenborg' pattern no. 910/1551A, comprising five coffee cups and saucers, sugar bowl and cream jug, cream jug 4.5" high £50-80 610. Royal Copenhagen reticulated and basket weave moulded porcelain twin-handled circular basket, 'Blue Onion' pattern, with stylised floral sprays and borders, factory stamps and inscribed pattern/shape number 1/1050, further numbered 28 to the underside, 8" diameter, 3.25" high, £250-350


606. Sarreguemines Majolica pottery charger, moulded decoration of the bust portrait of a lady possibly Helen of Troy, impressed factory marks numbered 866 and further numbered 97 to the underside, 17" diameter £50-80 607. Royal Doulton figure - The Old Balloon Seller, HN 1315, 7.5" high £20-30 608. Royal Copenhagen 'Brown Rose' pattern part dinner service, factory stamps with script pattern/shape numbers to the undersides, 688/10540 £100-150


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611. Royal Copenhagen 'Blue Onion' pattern porcelain tea service, comprising hexagonal form teapot 7" high, cream jug, sucrier with pierced rim border, slop bowl 5.5" diameter, pedestal dish 6.5" diameter, six plates, 7.5" diameter, five teacups and six saucers, factory stamps and pattern/shape numbers various to the undersides £500-800 612. Chetham & Robinson green transfer print oval platter, marked 'Terni', 'A View from the River Yar', decorated with central pastoral scene with a house, figures on horseback in the foreground within shaped floral border, 19th century, 21.5" x 17.5" (at fault) £30-50 613. Royal Doulton 'Winthrop' pattern part dinner service, H.4969, factory stamps to the underside £40-80 614. Wedgwood wrythen fluted porcelain part tea service, pattern no. 6305 decorated with floral sprays within gilt rims, factory stamps and inscribed pattern numbers to the undersides, comprising ten side plates 7" diameter, twelve saucers and six cups and bowl 6" diameter 3" high £40-80 GARDINER HOULGATE



618. Bohemian cut-glass tankard with pewter mounted hinged cover, the cover inset with portrait miniature on porcelain of a lady wearing a headdress and flowers resting her head on a pillow, impressed marks to the porcelain underside, 5.5" high £40-60 619. Trio of graduated T J & J Mayer relief moulded biscuit porcelain jugs, with boy and birds nest decoration, the tallest 10" high (3) £40-60


620. Nymphenburg porcelain charger for the Turkish market, decorated with blossom tree within multiple borders and floral panels featuring mythical creatures, impressed shield factory marks and inscriptions to the underside, 15.5" diameter £50-80 LOTS 621 - 630 NO LOTS

615. Attractive Vienna porcelain cabaret coffee set, each piece decorated with a portrait of a lady with the sitters named to the undersides in script, comprising circular twin handle tray, 16.5" x 14", coffee pot with cover 6.5" high, smaller jug with cover 5.5" high, sucrier with cover 4" high and four coffee cans with saucers 2.5" high, , beehive Austria mark in blue, also a pair of Vienna saucers decorated with a classical figural garden scene within gilt and green panelled borders, 5.25" diameter £300-500 616. Collection of nine German 19th century porcelain 'monkey band' figures in the manner of Meissen, bearing crossed sword type marks to the undersides, (faults and repairs various) tallest 6" high £100-200 617. Royal Albert 'Silver Birch' pattern part tea service £40 -80


DECORATIVE ARTS 631. Selection of 19th century enamelled tiles to include three by A W N Pugin for Minton & Co., 6" x 6"; together with two further Minton's pairs, a pair by Maw & Co. and smaller pair by Craven Dunhill & Co. also two small decorative mosaic examples £100-200 632. Art Nouveau mahogany wall cabinet, the panelled door with stylised pierced brass grille, flanked by two brackets, bearing plaque of Reynolds & Co. Ltd. retailer, 24" wide, 17" high, 7" deep £50-80 633. Linthorpe silver mounted pottery bowl designed by Dr. Christopher Dresser, hallmarked Birmingham 1902, with deep green glaze and yellow interior, raised upon three scrolling feet, impressed factory marks and numbered 1970 to the underside, 8.5" diameter, 4" high; together with a Linthorpe pottery vase, no. 876, 9.5" high (rim chip) and a small moulded pottery jardinière marked 'Spring' to the underside (3) £80-120 37


634 634. Taylor Tunnicliffe pottery biscuit barrel in silver plated stand with swing handle, blue factory stamps to the underside numbered 2587, 10" high including the handle; together with small Taylor Tunnicliffe silver plate mounted pottery preserve jar with swing handles decorated with roses, factory stamped and RD No. 41309 to the underside, 6.5" high (2) £40-80 635. Pair of Continental Art Nouveau parian globular ewers, each with pierced ribbon handles decorated with foliate scrolling borders, 8.5" high; together with two similar design ewers, one with gilt leaf pattern border and the other blank (4) £40-80 636. 19th century parian ewer, with moulded reeded decoration and green Greek key borders, lozenge registration mark to the underside, 8" high; together with another matching shaped pitcher with blank decoration and plain squat pitcher with lionhead handle and spout (3) £30-50 637. Jackfield enamelled pottery ewer, with terracotta ground rope and geometric border, possibly Davenport, Banks and Co, 7" high; together with a Rudolstadt 19th century porcelain ewer decorated with stylised flowers and foliage, crowned RW lozenge mark to the underside numbered 1605, 9.5" high; also a red ground pottery jug decorated with gilt and silvered blossom, 4.5" high (3) £30-50 638. Mettlach Geschutz pottery twin-handled vase, blue ground with pale blue flowerheads within geometric borders, eccentric handles, impressed factory marks and numbered 1877 to the underside (repaired handle damage) 12" high; together with an old hall stylised floral decorate jardiniere, 7.25" high, 8" diameter; also pair of small Thorne Pottery vases impressed inscriptions to the inside numbered M411C and a 19th century pottery soap dish, lozenge registration mark to the underside £40-80 38

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639. Five pieces of Studio pottery to include Beswick vase, 11.5" high, Briglin stoneware vase decorated with sunflowers, 10" high, Denby stoneware jug, iron glaze shouldered vase and pottery cuboid sculpture indistinctly signed to the reverse (5) £40-60 640. Barbara Cass (1921-1972) mottled Studio pottery wide rim vase, marks to the underside, 5" diameter, 6.5" high; together with a Bangholm slip glaze pottery jug, Arabia stoneware bowl and further Studio pottery stoneware slim neck bottle vase (4) £40-80 641. Wedgwood pottery baluster vase decorated with gilt birds on a branch amongst blossom, 13" high; together with further terracotta and stoneware pottery including black enamelled glazed vase decorated with a Grecian figure, pottery four handle pitcher with moulded decoration of figures, twin handled terracotta pottery urn vase by Hillstonia, small Wedgwood baluster vase with gilt floral decoration and other terracotta twin handled urn vase (6) £40-80 642. Jim Malone (b.1946) Studio stoneware jug, octagon faceted, monogram marks to the lower handle, 5" high £50-80 GARDINER HOULGATE



643. Jim Malone (b.1946) Studio stoneware pottery jug, impressed monogram mark under the handle, 6" high £50-80 644. Jim Malone (b.1946) Studio stoneware pottery jug, impressed monogram marks, 11" high £100-150 645. Keith Murray for Wedgwood moonstone glaze pottery 'football' globular vase, signed with factory stamp to the underside, 7.25" high £120-180 646. Keith Murray for Wedgwood green glaze pottery 'football' globular vase, signed with factory stamp to the underside, 9.25" high £120-180 647. NO LOT


648. Dennis China Works preserve pot, the cover with moulded bee finial, foliate decorated ground, extensively marked with factory stamp and inscriptions including artist/potters monograms, 4.5" high £30-50 649. Lady Benita Strauss nee Armstrong (British 1907-2004) - plaster sculpture, 8.5" high, 12" wide, untitled and unsigned **Provenance Bonhams 2008. Benita Armstrong studied under Viennese sculptor Georg Ehrlich £100-200 650. NO LOT



651 651. Glynn Hugo (born1934) large stoneware Studio pottery bowl, of flared form upon narrow foot rim, signature to the foot rim underside, 15" diameter, 8" high £100-150 652. Art Nouveau style pottery jardinière, mint green ground with white stylised flowers and foliage upon matching pillar/plinth jardinière, 13" diameter, 11" high, stand 25" high (2) £40-80 653. Large mid 20th century Vallauris Pottery charger, centrally decorated with a cross within plain borders on a terracotta/orange ground, stamped Vallauris, Francois Girard Cie Vallauris (A.M) 22" diameter £20-30 654. Large West Germany Studio pottery vase, red ground glaze with stylised ball decoration, impressed W Germany 553-52 to the underside, 20.5" high £40-80 655. West Germany Studio pottery baluster vase, with orange shaped glazed border on red glaze ground, impressed W Germany 241-47 to the underside, 19" high £40-80 656. West Germany type Studio pottery vase, fiery orange glaze and dark borders, impressed 0006-35 to the underside, 14.5" high £40-80 657. Bay West Germany Studio pottery vase, stylised flowers on stoneware ground, within green glazed borders, marked Bay W Germany 9440 to the underside, 16" high £40-80


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658. West Germany Studio pottery baluster vase, with moulded dense foliate and floral decoration within geometric borders, marked W Germany 287-41 to the underside, 16" high £40-80 661. Swedish Sommerso glass vase, with typical purple droplet shaped centre, 10.5" high £40-60 662. Collection of art glass items including a modernist blue glass knopped conical vase, 18.25" high, Whitefriars conical vase on stand, smoked glass oval dish and low vase with etched cat decoration (4) £30-50 663. Six art glass vases to included smoked grey bottle vase, 11" high, waisted slim red glass vase, moulded ruby glass flask vase, blue Sommerso type droplet vase bearing indistinct signature and two others (6) £30-50


671 666 665 664. Graduated frosted green glass centrepiece/pedestal bowl, 9" diameter, 8.5" high; together with pair of similar frosted green glass beaker vases with applied swirl decoration, 6" high and a similar frosted blue glass beaker vase with applied green swirl decoration (4) £40-80 665. Art Deco citrine moulded glass perfume bottle and stopper in the manner of Rudolf Hlousek of Czechoslovakia, the bottle decorated with an embracing couple within a foliate surround, the stopper decorated with moulded birds amongst berries, the bottle and stopper of hexagonal form, unmarked, 10" high £100-150 666. Émile Gallé cameo glass vase, of trumpet form with knopped rim, decorated with a tree by a lake scene, signed Galle, (restored lip) 8.5" high £100-150 667. Queensway, Queensbury Webb Corbett pattern cut glass vase, 10" high; together wit a pair of Webb Corbett Harlequin side bowls, square glass fruit bowl and two further circular side bowls (6) £50-80 668. Vintage uranium green glass pedestal centrepiece/bowl, complete with frosted glass stem frog insert, raised on a stepped plinth, 10" diameter, 5.5" high overall; together with three further art glass bowls including Murano type orange bubble inclusion (4) £30-50


672 669. Art Nouveau type globe glass decanter, etched decorated with lily pads and reeds, 7" high; together with a vintage art glass conical decanter with blown glass stopper, two further facet etched glass triple spout carafes and a small beaker (5) £40-60 670. NO LOT 671. Art Nouveau style figural card tray modelled with a lady reading a letter by a stylised pond with lilies, factory stamp and marked 'ZINN 95%' to the underside, 7.5" high £40-60 672. Jeanne Jozon (1868-1946) - Art Nouveau bronze figural nude, modelled as a seated lady, signed J. Jozon to the base, 4.5" wide, 3.5" high £60-100 41

673. Antoine Vechte (1799-1868) - circular bronze plaque, repousse decorated with the bust of The Queen Victoria within border of classical Greek god figures, mounted upon a wooden plaque, 6.5" diameter; together with an Elkington Mason & Co. Publishers Art Nouveau repousse bronze oval tray, 10.5" x 3" (2) £50-80 LOTS 674 - 680 NO LOT 682



681. Victorian miniature silver scent bottle, with engraved decorated ground around a vacant shield cartouche, the hinged cover enclosing inner glass stopper, maker P.B.S possibly Platnauer Brothers, Birmingham 1900, 1.5" high; together with another Victorian miniature silver scent bottle/flask on chain, Birmingham 1888, 1.75" high (2) £70-100 682. Victorian enamel on silver teardrop scent bottle, decorated with yellow roses, engraved monogram to the reverse, maker Horton & Allday, Birmingham, date mark indistinct, 4.25" long, 2.6oz t £60-100 683. Victorian silver gilt cylindrical scent bottle, the floral and foliate engraved case and hinged cover enclosing clear glass liner with stopper, maker's marks rubbed possibly PBM, London 1891, 2.25" high £60-100




684. Novelty white metal scent bottle modelled as a baby in swaddling clothes and a bonnet holding a rattle, hinged at the neck, 2.75" long, 1.8oz t £100-150 685. Victorian silver novelty scent bottle modelled as a classical urn/vase, the sides mounted with various hardstone specimens upon a foliate engraved ground, the screw top cover lacking inner stopper, all upon a short chain, maker Joseph Cook & Son, Birmingham 1891, 2" high £70-100 686. Victorian silver cylindrical form scent bottle, the finely engraved case with monogram to the hinged cover enclosing clear glass liner and stopper, maker George Heath, London 1884, within presentation fitted box of Hamilton & Inches, 90 Princes Street, Edinburgh, 2.25" high £60-100 687. Victorian gilt metal mounted cranberry glass double ended scent bottle, one end with hinged cover, the other with screw cover, each cover engraved and initialled, hinged at the centre, 5.25" long, within fitted presentation box £150-200


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691 688. Victorian silver mounted cameo glass teardrop scent bottle, overlaid white floral decoration on frosted amber ground, the silver hinged cover with engraved monogram by Sampson Mordan & Co, London 1884, 3.5" high £100-150 689. Victorian cranberry glass double ended scent bottle, the cylinder bottle with floral repousse metal ends, a screw top opposite hinged cover enclosing clear glass stopper, 4.25" long £40-60 690. Victorian silver mounted cranberry glass teardrop scent bottle, the silver screw cover by Cornelius Desormeaux Saunders and James Francis Hollings Shepherd, Birmingham 1884, enclosing clear glass stopper, 5.25" long £60-100

694 695. Edwardian silver mount pink and clear cut glass scent bottle with stopper, of heart shape form, the silver collar by Arthur Willmore Pennington, Birmingham 1904, 2.5" high £40-60 696. Victorian miniature silver mount cranberry glass scent bottle, of heart shape form, with white overlaid initial F, the silver screw cover by Sampson Mordan, London 1896, 1.75" £40-60 697. Ruby glass scent bottle, with gilt painted scrolling foliate decorated panels around lovebird cartouche, the gilt metal screw top marked S, Mordan & Co. makers, RB Cooper patent the cover repousse scrolling decorated with a bird, 2.5" high £50-80

691. Victorian cranberry glass double ended scent bottle, the facet cut bottle with gilded metal hinged cover with clasp opposite, hinged cover enclosing pierced castor, 4.25" long £40-60

698. Victorian silver mounted green glass teardrop scent bottle, the silver hinged cover marked Birmingham 1897 (maker's marks rubbed and indistinct), lacking interior stopper, 4.75" long; together with another Victorian facet cut green glass scent bottle with repousse foliate hinged cover (not marked), 3.25" high (2) £60-100

692. Victorian coloured cut glass silver mount teardrop scent bottle, the screw cover by Cornelius Desormeaux Saunders and James Francis Hollings Shepherd, Birmingham, enclosing clear glass stopper, 6" long £60-100

699. Victorian silver mount porcelain scent flask/bottle, of circular form decorated in typical Imari pallete, RD number 29260 to the underside, the silver screw cover by Sampson Mordan & Co., London 1887 with engraved monogram to the top, 2.25" £40-80

693. Victorian silver mounted cranberry glass teardrop scent bottle, the scrolling foliate engraved hinged cover by WB, London 1857, lacking inner stopper, 3.5" long £50-80

700. Edwardian novelty silver mount porcelain scent bottle in the form of a strawberry, the silver screw cover by A.S & Co. Birmingham 1904, 2.25" long £40-80

694. Victorian silver mounted pink glass teardrop scent bottle, the reeded shaped body with silver hinged cover by Frederick Venour, Chester 1887, lacking inner stopper, 3.5" long £40-80

701. Taylor Tunnicliffe & Co. silver mount pottery scent bottle, of ovoid form, the silver screw cap by Cornelius Desormeaux Saunders and James Francis Hollings Shepherd, Birmingham 1888, crowned factory mark and registration number 75242, also script number 1574 to the bottle underside, 2.5" high £30-50




709 702 702. 19th century enamelled cylinder perfume flask/bottle, decorated with wild flower sprays on natural ground, the hinged cover revealing clear glass stopper, the metal mount around the stopper inscribed Thornhill, New Bond Street, London, 2.5" high £50-80 703. Victorian gilt metal mount clear glass oval scent bottle, the gilt hinged cover elaborately engraved with rib twist border surmounted by a blue veined hardstone ball, enclosing inner cork stopper, 5" long £40-80 704. Czech malachite scent bottle, with pierced gilt metal and hardstone screw cover, 2.25" high; together with a larger Hillston crystal example decorated in the Chinese manner with figural garden landscapes, plastic screw cover with glass dibber, 3" high and a smaller aqua blue example decorated with flowers, also with plastic screw cover and glass dibber, 2" high (3) £30-50 705. Group of three Chinese painted glass scent bottles each with painted decoration to the interior figural landscape scenes and birds on branches, largest 3.5" high (one lacking stopper) (3) £30-50 706. Chinese carved green hardstone novelty scent bottle in the form of a fish, 2.5" high £20-40 707. Victorian miniature gilt metal mounted glass globe scent bottle, decorated with gilt overlaid blossom branch on frosted pale blue ground, the gilt metal hinged cover repousse foliate decorated (lacking interior stopper), 2" high £100-150 44

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708 708. Miniature silver mounted overlaid cameo glass globe scent bottle probably by Thomas Webb, decorated with white flowering branches and foliate border on a pale blue ground, the screw cover marked silver with engraved initials to the top, lacking any inner stopper, 2" high £150-200 709. Victorian silver mounted vaseline glass globe scent bottle by Thomas Webb, overlaid decoration of blossom branches and butterfly, the cover assay marked London 1885, maker's mark rubbed and indistinct, 4.5" high £200-300 710. Victorian silver mounted cameo glass globe scent bottle by Thomas Webb, decorated with flowers and foliage on a frosted blue ground, the repousse silver cover with monogram MN by Elizabeth Barnett London 1887, 4.5" high £200-300 711. Selection of assorted miniature glass items including Nailsea flasks, blue glass bottles and ewers, bowls, bells various, twist stem glasses etc.; together with small selection of miniature porcelain and pottery items including W H Goss water jug and basin, gourd flasks, Royal Worcester flat back form jug etc. £60-100 712. Teardrop overlaid glass scent bottle, with brass hinged cover and chain, decorated with floral spray, 2.5" long; together with silver mounted blue and white porcelain scent bottle, vintage mottled glitter inclusion scent bottle and decorative quartz like rouge stone example (4) £50-80


713. Meissen porcelain square scent bottle/well, decorated with floral spray panels on a blue ground, gilt highlights, blue cross sword marks and numbered 12 126 to the underside, 1.5" x 1.5 x 1.25" high; together with three further porcelain teardrop scent bottles, one with a silver screw cover (4) £100-150 714. Vintage De Vilbiss perfume atomiser body, gilt on green glass, 6" high; together with further vintage glass dressing table bottles with moulded insect decoration and another etched glass highlighted glass scent bottle with cover (3) £100-200



LOTS 715-720 NO LOTS

COINS 721. Edward VII 1908 gold half sovereign coin, 4gm £120-160 722. Edward VII 1908 gold half sovereign coin, 4gm £120-160 723. British Coins - George V, Florins 1920-1936, comprising 1920 (2); 1921 (3); 1922; 1923 (2); 1928(2); 1929; 1930; 1931;1933 (2); 1935; 1936 (2) (18 pieces in total) £50-100 724. British Coins - Half Crowns 1920-1967, comprising 1921, 1923, 1928, 1935, 1936, 1939 (2), 1944, 1950, 1957, 1959, 1967 (12 pieces in total) £50-80 725. British Coins - Two Shillings 1937-1959, comprising 1937 (2); 1938 (3); 1939 (2); 1940 (3); 1941 (4); 1942 (2); 1943; 1944 (2); 1945; 1946 (2); 1947; 1948; 1951; 1958; 1959 (27 pieces in total) £50-80 726. British Coins - Three Pences 1875-1939, comprising 1875, 1887, 1888, 1891, 1917 (2), 1922, 1931, 1933, 1934, 1937, 1939 (13 pieces in total) £30-50


727 727. British Coins - One Shillings 1916-1957, comprising 1916, 1917, 1920 (6), 1921 (3), 1922 (11), 1923 (2), 1924 (3), 1925, 1926 (3), 1927 (4), 1928 (5), 1929 (11); 1931, 1932 (3), 1933 (6), 1934 (3), 1935 (3), 1936 (5), 1937 (10), 1938 (2), 1939 (4), 1940 (9), 1941 (5), 1942 (12), 1943 (5), 1944 (9), 1945 (4), 1946 (4), 1947 (6), 1948 (2), 1949 (3), 1950 (4), 1953, 1954 (2), 1957 (155 pieces in total) £140-180 728. British Coins - Six Pences 1846-1967, comprising 1846 (very worn), 1876 (drilled), 1889, 1920 (5), 1921 (2), 1922, 1923, 1924 (4), 1925, 1926 (2), 1928 (4), 1929 (4), 1930 (4), 1931 (2), 1933 (4), 1934, 1935 (4), 1936 (6), 1938 (3), 1939 (3), 1940, 1941 (3), 1942 (2), 1943, 1944, 1946 (2), 1948, 1949, 1950 (2), 1951 (2), 1953, 1958 (3), 1959, 1964-67 (11 including One Shilling coin) (86 pieces in total) £60-100 729. Collection of British coinage to include Farthings, 188-1943 (19 pieces); 1844 Half Farthing; four 1972 Elizabeth and Phillip crowns; three circle of hands uncirculated 50p coins; three 1953 five shillings; two sets of Britain's First Decimal Coins; set of 1953 uncirculated coins, first day covers, French Cinq note, 10 Shillings note, 1968 Jersey five and ten pence coins, 1940 Geogre V Malaya one cent coin; also other loose 20th century British coinage, etc £60-100 45

730. British Coins to include an 1794 gilt spade guinea token; 1898 Victoria silver crown and other 19th century coins £30-50 731. Large collection of George V/Edward VII (1920-1947) British coins, 154oz t approx £750-1000 732. Collection of British pre-1920 silver coins, 21oz t approx £200-250 733. Large collection of British, European and world coins and notes £70-100 734. Collection of commemorative coins; including Royal Wedding, Festival of Britain etc. £40-80


LOTS 735-740 NO LOTS

Asian Works of Art 741. Large Chinese Famille rose jardiniere decorated with panels of figures in a garden by a blossom tree within floral and geometric borders, 15" diameter, 12.5" high £100-200 742. Large Japanese Imari palette charger, central decoration of an urn with flowers, within typical palette floral and pagoda scene panels with scallop shaped rim, 18.5" diameter £70-100 743. Selection of Chinese export blue and white pottery and porcelain jars, tallest 9.5" high £30-50 744. Pair of Japanese Imari baluster vases, decorated with typical palette foliate panels, 12" high (2) £60-100 745. Chinese polychrome decorated pottery charger, 18" diameter £80-120


746. Large 19th century Kutani ware baluster jar decorated with panels of birds among branches within gilt highlighted floral and foliate borders, the cover surmounted by Dog of Fo, 16.5" high £100-150 46

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747. Chinese famille rose pottery baluster vase, decorated with figures among flowers within floral borders, (rim at fault), 18" high; together with a polychrome decorated bowl, 10" diameter, 4.5" high (2) £60-100 748. Large 19th century Japanese Kutani ware charger, decorated with panels of flowers, figural group and river scene within typical palette gilt highlight borders, further foliate borders and character mark to the underside, 14.5" diameter £100-150 749. Large 19th century Kutani ware pottery charger, decorated with figural warrior scene within panelled geometric border, gilt highlighted in typical palette, character marks to the underside, 14" diameter £100-150 750. Pair of large 19th century Japanese Kutani ware baluster vases, each decorated with panels of figures in the garden among gilt highlighted floral cloud borders, twin scrolling handles, character marks to the undersides, 14" high (2) £100-150


751. Collection of assorted Chinese export pottery and porcelain to include famille rose teapot 5" high, bowl decorated with dragon among clouds, 4.5" diameter, blue and white Kangxi? vase with four character marks to the underside (at fault), two small blue and white rectangular plates, willow pattern charger 11" diameter and further blue and white plates and side plates various £60-100 752. Four 19th century Japanese Kutani vases, the largest decorated with figures in a garden, 15" high, all decorated in a typical palette (4) £50-80






755 758 753. Good heavy bronze Buddhist temple bell, decorated with spikes and mythical dragon panels, two panels with character mark inscriptions, 7.5" diameter, 9" high £100-150 754. Large decorative Chinese pottery baluster vase with cover, decorated with dragons among clouds, with floral and geometric geometric borders, 33" high £50-100 755. Four small Japanese stained ivory figural okimono and a netsuke of a seated man, Meiji period, the tallest 2.75" high (5) £80-120


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756. 19th century Japanese carved ivory okimono depicting a fisherman with paddle and a young boy by his feet, modelled upon rocky base with waves, signed and petal marks to the underside, possibly Tahakazu, 8" high £200-250 757. Japanese Meiji period figural carved ivory okimono depicting a monkey trainer and his monkeys, signature to the underside of his left foot, 6.25" high £200-250 758. 19th century Chinese Canton carved ivory circular box, the cover and sides carved with dragons amongst a foliate ground, 2.75" diameter, 1.75" high £80-120


759. Miniature Indian bronze beaker, decorated with engraved band of deer and flowers, 2.5" high £20-30 760. Japanese cloisonné Koro, 5" wide, 4" high £30-50 761. Chinese blue and white porcelain bowl, decorated with geometric borders and stylised flowerhead roundels, raised on a shallow foot rim, 6.25" diameter, 2.5" high £40-60 762. Collection of thirty six Chinese mother of pearl gaming counters, rectangular, each with central griffin within floral borders, 2.5" x 0.75" £50-80


763. Collection of thirty seven Chinese mother of pearl gaming counters, rectangular, each with central figural scene within floral and geometric borders, 2.25" x 0.75" approx £50-80 764. Collection of Chinese mother of pearl gaming counters, oval/ elliptical, of varied pattern, some with griffin, some with pagoda landscape scenes, including four blank counters, largest 2.5" wide £80-120


765. Collection of Chinese mother of pearl gaming counters, circular, seventeen with central griffin within foliate borders, five plain with geometric borders, 1.75" diameter £40-80 766. Collection of Chinese mother of pearl gaming counters, seven rectangular, fourteen fish shape; together with assorted further counters, most engraved, rectangular counters 1.5" x 1" £40-80 767. Collection of Chinese mother of pearl gaming counters £40-80 768. Collection of Chinese mother of pearl gaming counters; together with a mother of pearl card holder/notebook £40-80 769. Chinese carved bamboo brush pot, decorated in relief with figural pagoda among woodlands scenes, 8" high £70-100

769 770. Chinese pottery incense burner, the pierced cover surmounted by a dog of fo finial, raised on three slim legs (leg repaired): together with four further small bronze burners (5) £40-80 LOTS 771 - 800 NO LOT



Vintage & General 801. Large twin handled copper pot, stamped G.P.R Hotel Bath, 11" diameter, 11.25" high; together with selected further copper wares including kettles, trough, pan etc. £50-80 802. Collection of phonograph language lesson cylinders, primarily I.C.S. Language system and Edison Bell £20-30 803. 19th century part porcelain tea service, decorated with pink floral sprays and geometric panelled borders, comprising twelve teacups with saucers, two plates 9" diameter, twelve plates 7" diameter, cream jug and bowl £40-80 804. Three Leonardo collection African tribal figures, tallest 17" high; together with similar figure and two giraffe figures, one collage and the other marked Elson's made in Brazil (6) £20-30 805. Vintage metal cased 'The Empire' typewriter £20-30 806. Parian pottery figure of a Red Indian on horseback, modelled upon naturalistic base, titles to the base on the alert, 12" high (at fault - loss to reigns); together with a Beswick pottery horse, 6" high, a bronze resin figural group of horse and foal signed Tom Mackie, 7.5" high, a Royal Dux pottery figure of a tiger (4) £40-60 807. Wedgwood 'Richborough' part tea service, comprising four tea cups with five saucers, nine plates 8" diameter, three egg cups, jug and bowl £15-30 808. A. T. N enamelled pottery chargers relief decorated with oranges around the border, 14" diameter; together with a pedestal charger, oval plater 16" x 12" and two decorative citrus plant candlesticks, the pottery with ATN made in Italy stickers to the undersides (6) £40-80 809. Armand Marseille German bisque porcelain doll, pressed markings to the back of the head 390N A. 6 1/2 M £40-80


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810. Pottery Phrenology head by L. N. Fowler, extensively inscribed... Entered at Stationers Hall... Ludgate Circus, London, 12" high; together with a small decorative Italian wooden table globe, 13.5" high (2) £40-60 811. Large silk Paisley design shawl, 90" x 40" approx £60-80 812. Chrome steeplechase horse and jockey car mascot, indistinctly signed possibly CH.P...ILIET mounted upon rectangular wooden base, 6" high £40-60 813. Paragon China Limited large commemorative twin-handled loving cup celebrating the silver wedding of Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh, within presentation box with certificate, limited edition 399/750, 5" high; together with four boxed Royal Doulton character jugs - Beefeater D6206, The London Bobby D6744, Town Crier D6895 and The Fortune Teller D6874 (5) £40-60 814. Collection of assorted vintage board games, jigsaw puzzles, card games and magic activity sets etc. £40-80 815. Tri-Ang Toys Revel dolls pram, in original cardboard box; together with a Merrythought Toys push/ride on soft elephant, 23" high (2) £40-80 816. 19th century domed topped pine chest, the hinged cover with brass riveted strap work, 32" wide, 145" deep, 16" high; together with a brass mounted oak stationery box, the hinged cover with inlaid strap work and star details, enclosing partially divided interior (lacking some covers/trays), 19" wide, 11.5" deep, 9.5" high; also a 19th century mahogany box, 14.5" wide, 8" deep, 6" high (3) £50-100 817. Selection of antique and later brass items, including two jam pots, candlesticks, trivets on stands, ashtrays, flat irons etc. £30-50 818. Four gentleman's walking sticks/canes, one with silver collar, longest 38"; together with two riding crops, one with horn handle and the other leather wrapped (6) £20-30 819. Collection of assorted cut glass decanters including Edinburgh Crystal, tallest 15.5" high (8) £40-60


820. Continental 'Grand Tour' gilt metal centrepiece, inset with painted panels depicting historical landmarks, with four scroll supports upon a circular white marble base, 9" wide, 6" high £80-120 821. Myotts 'Country Life' Staffordshire ware pottery tea set comprising teapot 10" high, six Royal Mail pattern teacups and saucers, cream jug and sucrier £20-30 822. Bjorn Wiinblad for Nymolle vase, 6" high; together Nymolle charger 12"diameter and three wall plaques - Daybreak, Noon and Twilight, 7" diameter (5) £30-50 823. Bjorn Wiinblad Nymolle - four seasons pottery chargers, Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter, 14" diameter, extensively signed, titled and numbered 3065 to the underside; together with the Wiinblad Rosalinde rectangular platter, signed, titled, numbered 3504 to the underside, 17" x 13" (5) £30-50 824. Box of interesting brass items to include Eastern water ewer, engraved trays, trivets, eight sconce candlestick, Townshend Limited cymbal gong and a bronze seated buddha figure £20-40 825. Hornsea Bronte pattern kitchen storage jars, two labelled Tea, one Coffee and two unlabelled; also sugar bowl, oval platter and seven tea cups, jars 4.5" high, platter 13" x 10" £30-50 826. Large Melba Ware pottery figure of a bull, 10" high; together with a Melba Ware pottery figure of a horse, another pottery horse, Arthur Wood dog, 11.5" high and pair of reproduction Staffordshire style bunny rabbit figures (6) £30-50 827. Two vintage wire record stands, 16" wide and 16" high; together with four retro atomic zig zag coat hooks, 18" wide (6) £40-80 828. Selection of seashells specimen including a largeconch shell; together with a selection of souvenir carved stone lighthouse/Celtic crosses £20-30


829. Large decorative pottery cheese dish and cover, densely decorated with flowers and foliage with geometric borders, script numbers underglaze to the underside and to the interior of the cloche, the dish 13" diameter, 9.5" high total £30-50 830. Yamaha G-90A classical guitar, made in Japan £20-30 831. Mid century Siemens Ediswan black rotary dial telephone £20-40 832. Collection of four assorted Japanese pottery figures including one of Buddha, tallest Kutani ware type 10.5" high (4) £30-50 833. Selection of five Japanese figures including one figural lamp base, 15" high (5) £50-80 834. Collection of photographs of British post boxes, each labelled by the collector £15-20 835. Early 20th century stamp collection in album, primarily collected in Spain and contains mostly German stamps to include Third Reich Nazi related and many of Adolf Hitler, album incomplete though includes the illustrated catalogue Catalogo Illustrado Allemania 1956 edition, contained Allemania album De Sellos £60-100 836. Collection of Pendelfin Stonecraft rabbit figurines £20-40 837. Collection of Bunnykins tea wares including teapot (lacking lid), cups, saucers, plates, cereal bowls etc; also an Alfred Meakin Bunny Ware trio £20-40 838. Selection of Warner Bros. Studio Store character figurines to include Bugs Bunny, Taz, Pepe Le Pew, etc (7) £40-80 839. Collection of Chinese and Japanese pots and vases to include cloisonné etc £20-40


840. Selection of interesting items to include opera glasses, carved onyx egg on a stand, black marble figure under portico, resin Grecian style bust, soap stone circular tray etc; also three framed lace works and one other £20-40

848. Four decorative religious icons, three on wood panel, the other a print on paper, three within in frames, largest 13" x 11" overall; together with four wooden treen moulds and pair of carved oak and painted pillars possibly from a piece of furniture, 19" long £20-40

841. Selection old brass door furniture, hooks, sconces etc; also a foliate trivet £20-40

849. John Harrison plated decanter stand with two etched glass decanters with stoppers, 14" high; together with a pair of cut glass globe decanters (damage to one stopper), 13" high, cut glass ship's decanter and further globe decanter (6) £20-30

842. Large silver plate twin-handled punch bowl, 12" diameter, 7" high; together with a ladle and selection of plated flatware various; also a selection of vintage Sheffield stainless flatware £20-30 843. Selection of Royal Albert Beatrix Potter pottery figurines; also Border Fine Arts Beatrix Potter and further animal figural groups by Beswick Studio Sculptures also a Reutter Porzellan miniature tea set and Royal Doulton Reginald Ratley, (largest figural group moneybox 7" high) £20-30 844. Collection of Post Office British Mint stamps, primarily commemorative and Christmas examples; also 1977 Silver Jubilee stamp album by Stanley Gibbons Publications Limited; also a Penny Black Royal Mail Anniversary book and 'In Celebration of The Royal Mail Book' £20-40 845. Selection of vintage card games and playing card sets; together with selection of small board games, animal print dominoes set and other small travel puzzles; also a small selection of cigarette cards including by Wills, Player's, John Sinclair Ltd. etc £10-20 846. Selection of vintage ephemera primarily relating to Weymouth and surrounding Dorset coast; including ordinance survey maps, scale plans various, newspaper cuttings, vintage official guides, travel guides various, postcards and photographs etc £30-50 847. Vintage "EverHot" 'R' tea set, comprising globe teapot 6.5" high, water pot, cream jug and twin handled sucrier on circular tray, 16"diameter, factory stamps and dated 693001 to the undersides; together with a silver plated ladle, marked JG, 14" long £40-80


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850. Selected reference books relating to antiques and collectables, primarily pottery and porcelain encyclopaedia/dictionaries including by Geoffrey Godden £40-60 851. Selection of assorted antiques and collectables reference books, primarily pottery and porcelain with some on Arts & Crafts, William Morris, Rosetti etc. £30-50 852. Good selection of photography reference books; including David Bailey, John Hedgecoe etc. £40-80 853. 'Early English Furniture & Woodwork' volumes I and II, Herbert Ceskinsky and Ernest R Gribble, The Waverly Book Co. Ltd 1922 (2) £100-150 854. 'Universal Natural History of Man', leather spine £20-30 855. Eight antique collecting reference books; including 'Chats On...' Old Miniatures, Old Pewter, English Earthenware etc (8) £20-30 856. Five silver and silver plate related reference books (5) £10-20 857. Very large collection of Denby and Bourne Denby green glaze stoneware tableware £60-100 858. Selection of technical drawing apparatus, including cased set of various compass, two architects rolling rules, cased J. Hicks compass/ clinometer, further compass in case and turned ebonised pot containing three watch/clock winding keys; also set of four small papier mache trays and small treen pots etc £30-50 GARDINER HOULGATE

859. Selection of five Victorian papier mache ink blotters, some with mother of pearl inlay, 9" x 6" (5) £40-80

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860. Selection of seven German porcelain half dolls, largest 3.75" high (7) £30-50

871. English School (19th century) - 'Market Place, Norwich', black and white stone lithograph, 8.75" x 11"; together with a collection of various prints and other pictures which include advertising memorabilia for growing cucumbers, and various powders as well as Daniels Eureka Manure, other advertising memorabilia for Cadbury's Milk Chocolate, all taken from the Daniels Brothers Magazine published in Norwich, 1889, a wool work picture depicting the head of Tutankhamun, a photograph of Costessey Hall, east front, an old engraving of King Louis XVIII, another print depicting the surrender of Napoleon to Captain Maitland, various book plates one depicting Norwich Cathedral, another depicting South Gate, Lynn, Norfolk, a signed etching by G.H. Bloome depicting Red Mount Chapel, Lynn, another of The Tower of The Grey Friars Monastery, Lynn, Norfolk, various other reproductions, various sizes (a collection) £30-50

861. Collection of 19th century Staffordshire figures (13) £50-80 862. Five albums containing 'The Royal Family' commemorative coin first day covers (5) £50-100 863. Collection of assorted glassware to include cut glass punch bowls, vases, cranberry glass and green drinking glasses et. £30-60 864. Wedgwood 'Senator' pattern part tea set comprising plates, cups and saucers, cream jug and sucrier etc.; together with a Wedgwood Ascot part tea set (faults various, teapot at fault) £20-40 865. Interesting large carved wooden post, decorative Celtic decoration, possibly originally a post and latch, 64" long; together with another decoratively carved post, carved wooden panel and Eastern style carved wooden wall panel; also an African type stick with figure head finial and a blonde didgeridoo £20-40 866. Large metal bar kitchen pot hanger, 83" long; together with a small front section of aniron fire grate and three enamel pots and pans including "Judge"ware 22cm pan £30-50 867. Carved oak aneroid banjo barometer, 34" high £20-40 868. Collection of cut glass table wares £50-80 869. NO LOT 870. NO LOT


872. Keith Rackham (20th century) - a male and female pheasant in a wooded landscape; together with a further companion watercolour depicting a fox, both signed with the letter R, pencil and watercolour, oval, each 15.5" x 19.25"; together with a group of further watercolours by the same artist one depicting owls, another depicting a churchyard with a owl standing on a stone pillar in the foreground, another watercolour depicting winter scenes and a further smaller example depicting a kingfisher, other smaller examples depicting wildlife, various sizes (a collection) £40-60 873. After Guido Reni - 'Aurora', a coloured reproduction, 14" x 23.75"; together with a further coloured print after Edwin Landseer, a lion and lioness, coloured reproduction, 19.5" x 27.75"; together with a Greek or Russian School icon (20th/21st century), depicting Mary Magdelene holding a crucifix, oil on panel, unframed 6.5" x 4.5" (3) £20-40 874. After Terence Cuneo - 'Express Engines at Tyseley', inscribed, a coloured reproduction, 11" x 15.5"; together with four railway related prints and three Oriental prints, one depicting pandas eating bamboo in a mountainous landscape and two Japanese figurative subjects depicting a rear view of a young lady, head and shoulders and a companion, a portrait of two Japanese girls, also a coloured stone lithograph after John Skinner Prout titled 'Newport' a later reproduction of York in 15th century after E A Ridsdale Tate, also a stone lithograph after John Skinner Prout, entitled 'Newport', various sizes (10) £20-30 875. Sheila Turner (20th/21st century) - 'Lower Bridge Street', signed inscribed and dated 79 (1979) also a companion street scene in Chester, each 13.5" x 9.25" (a pair) £30-50 53

876. A map of 'Staffordshire' published by Henry Teesdale Co., 302 Holborn, London, also a companion at 'Bedfordshire', together with five various maps including a map of Wiltshire by Brome, Warwickshire, another map of Wiltshire and a later reproduction map of The British Isles and Ireland also a smaller reproduction of The Falkland Islands, various sizes (7) £30-50 877. Barbara Humble (20th/21st century) - 'Qwerty What!', inscribed on a later label verso with the original price of £120, Acrylic on board, 6" x 8" £20-40 878. After Frank Haviland -'None O'Yr Blarney!', coloured reproduction 21.5" x 17"; together with two oil paintings, one signed John Cole, and dated 1988, a horse running in a field another unsigned female nude study; together with a modern oil painting of a Chinese town, a further picture on silk, possibly Indian school depicting figures and various reproductions by or after Samuel and Nathaniel Buck, later reproduction map of Middlesex, another older engraving after Samuel and Nathaniel Buck, an amateur watercolour depicting a Lakeland scene, two later reproductions on silk of flowers and a picture of a female nude seated on a blue blanket, etc. various sizes (a collection) £30-40 879. James D Carter (20th century) - a Dutch canal scene also a companion a canal in Burges, signed artist's prints, coloured etchings, each 9.5" x 12.5" (a pair) £15-30 880. M*J*G* (20th century) - 'Iffley Mill' also a companion 'Guy's Cliffe Mill', watercolours, each 13" x 9.25" (a pair) £20-30 881. After George Stanfield Walters (20th/21st century) - seascapes with fishing boats (a pair); together with two further larger coloured reproductions after Thomas Bush Hardy, 10.5" x 23.5" (a pair) (4) £20-30 882. English School (19th century) - village scene with cottages and a church, also a companion a river scene with a figure on a stone bridge, oil on board, each 6" x 9" (a pair) £30-40 883. English School (19th/20th century) - river landscape with a figure on a sunlit path, a cottage in the distance, oil on board, 9.75" x 21" £30-50


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884. English School (20th century)- 'Dashing Advance of The Canadians at Paarrdeberg', supported by the 2nd Shropshire's 1st, Gordon Highlanders and Engineers, a coloured lithographic print published by G.W. Bacon & Co. Ltd., London, 20.75" x 28" *Bacon's South African battle pictures. No. 10, £30-50 885. Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin (1870-1935) - 'Ploughing', a farmer with two shire horses ploughing a field, signed artist's proof, black and white etching, limited edition print 30/100, also inscribed on the artist's original label verso, black and white etching, 9.75" x 13.75" (pl) £80-120 886. English School (19th century) - 2nd (or Royal North British) Dragoons, Scots Grays 'Review Order', inscribed, coloured print; together with two further companions (6th Inniskilling) regiment of Dragoons, 'Marching Order' and '2nd (or Royal North British) Dragoons, Scots Grays', a set of three, each 8.5" x 12.5" (3) £25-50 887. English School (20th century) - a photograph of The Lord Deramore, Trawler by W. H. Duncan of 15 Anlaby Road, Hull, Est Yorkshire: together with two further photographs of trawlers each 7.75" x 11.75" (3) £20-30 888. After Nicholas Pocock (1741-1821) - a river scene with figures in the foreground and shipping nearby, possibly a scene in early Bristol, also a companion a river scene with figures and shipping, possibly a scene at Avonmouth, Bristol, hand coloured prints, each 9.75" x 14.25" (a pair) **The pictures are contained within contemporary early 19th century gilt plaster and wooden frames £40-60 889. Barbara Humble - 'A Good Crop', inscribed on a label verso together with the original price of £100, Acrylic on board also a companion each 6" x 8"; together with two artist's signed proofs, black and white etchings by Mukul Dey, depicting Indian figurative subjects also various advertising memorabilia after Hassall 'The Sport of Kings' 'Andrews Liver Salt', 'Skegness' and 'Veritas Mantles', various sizes (6) £30-50 890. Valerie Thornton (20th/21st century) - 'Pulteney bridge, Bath', signed artist proof also inscribed with the title and dated 83 (1983), coloured aquatinted print, 12.75" x 17.25"; together with three further prints by or after Eric Richard Sturgeon, a scene at Urchfont, Wiltshire; another print after James. D. Preston, springtime river scene with angler and after Charles Burton Barber, 'Bedtime', various sizes (4) £30-50


891. Meryl Watts (1910-1992) - 'White Rabbit', signed artist's proof also inscribed with the title, limited edition print 19/50, also inscribed verso, coloured wood cut, 9.5" x 14.5"; together with three further prints, one black and white etching signed Holloway of haystacks besides trees, another wood block print depicting soldiers on horseback and another artist's signed print by F. Morley Fletcher depicting a tranquil river landscape, various sizes (4) £30-50 892. Yoshijiro Urushibara (1888-1953) - St Nicholas Church Diksmuide Belgium 1907, woodcut after a watercolour by Frank Brangwyn, signed in pencil to the margin by both artists, 12" x 15" £150-200 893. William McCance (1894-1970) - Highland Fantasia, The Piper, Linocut, signed and titled in pencil to the margin, 4.5" x 8" £100-150 894. J*D* Hotchin (20th century) - 'After Rain, Norfolk', signed Hotchin and inscribed on the artist's original label verso, pastel drawing, 5.75" x 12.75" *Exhibited at The Pastel Society 195, Piccadilly, London W1 £20-30 895. P*H* Rideout (20th century) - a village scene with figures beside an inn, pencil and watercolour, 6.5" x 14.25" £25-30 896. M* Gastineau (19th century) - river landscape with a stone bridge and hills beyond, signed and dated 1886, watercolour, 11.5" x 17.5" £50-80 897. * Vashin (20th/21st century) - a beach scene a low tide with a fishing boat anchored beside buildings, indistinctly signed, oil on board, 20" x 29.5" £30-50 898. 20th century - figures walking in a sunlit park, indistinctly signed, coloured reproduction on a textured surface, published by The Wight Studios, located on the Isle of Wight, 20" x 24" £30-50

900. A Vanity Fair caricature print entitled 'A Safe Ambassador', also a companion entitled 'The Mite', inscribed and published by Vincent Brooks Day & Son, lithographers in December 1885, each 14" x 8" with details giving the life and details of the people depicted, (a pair) £80-100 901. M*E* Bell after Sir Joshua Reynolds - portrait of a young girl, standing three-quarter length wearing a cream skirt and bonnet, signed, oil on canvas board, 23.5" x 18.5"; together with two further oil paintings, one indistinctly signed, depicting four ducks flying above a river with boats nearby, another signed Dennis Thomas depicting old 18th century warships at sea, signed and dated 1980, a modern wool work picture depicting Japanese figures within a decorative floral border and an old print entitled 'A Bonnie Hielan Lassie', various sizes (5) £30-50 902. Dawn Sidoli (20th/21st century) - 'Michaelmas Daisies', signed artist's proof also inscribed and dated 83 (1983), coloured reproduction, 16.75" x 11." £20-40 903. * Noon (20th century) - a landscape with a cottage beside a sandy path, a pond in the foreground, oil on board, 7.75" x 10.25"; together with five further framed watercolours, one initialled KB depicting sailing boats, another of a coastal scene depicting fishing boats under a evening sky, possibly by the same artist, another of sailing boats and two unsigned landscapes, various sizes (6) £20-40 904. After Basil Ede - two wrens with their young in their nest, coloured reproduction, 11" x 6"; together with seven further examples after the same artist including swift, pied wagtail, barn owl, thrush, lapwing, longtail tit, and bird of prey, various sizes (8) £20-30 905. NO LOT 906. NO LOT 907. NO LOT

899. R. Gordon Trow (20th century) - 'Harbour near Marseilles, Provence, signed and dated 1972, also inscribed verso, oil on board, 22" x 25" £80-120




910 911. NO LOT


Watercolours 908. Carleton Grant RBA (fl. 1885-1899) - evening landscape with a farmer and shire horse upon a lane, another figure nearby, signed and dated '97 (1897), watercolour, 7" x 10" £160-200 909. Victor Venner (1869-1913) - 'Hard words at the gate' figurative subject with the hunt passing through a country gate, signed also inscribed on a later label verso, pen, ink and watercolour, 15" x 23.25" *Provenance: with The Heale Gallery, the work is an original watercolour design for a lithograph published by Richard Wynan in 1902 £250-300 910. Hubert Coop (1872-1953) - boat upon a pond with a village and church beyond, signed, pencil watercolour and gouache, 16.75" x 9" £250-300 56

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912. English School (19th century) - an English warship in a harbour, possibly Valetta, Malta, pencil and watercolour, 9.25" x 12.75" **contained within a decorative rope work design plaster and wooden frame £80-100 913. Giovanni Batista Ricci (1537-1627) - 'An Allegory Papacy', figurative subject with The Madonna and other figures surrounded by bishops giving a standard to a kneeling crowned figure, inscribed on the outer later margins with the name Ligozzi, cachet G.C. Rossi (L. no. 2212), pen and brown ink, with brown wash, unframed, 8.5" x 14" **Provenance G.C. Rossi (L ugt no. 2212) Originally purchased at Christies South Kensington on 5th February 1997, lot 37, illustrated, A comparable drawing is in the museum at Angers (A. Laing) 'The Finest Drawings From Museums of Angers' exhibition catalogue Heim Gallery, London and elsewhere, 1977 no. 88) **Possibly connected to the same commission, The Decoration of The Camera di Santa Francesca Romana commemorating the canonisations by Pope Paul V. £2500-3000





Oil Paintings 914. Continental School (20th/21st century) - still life of flowers contained within a marble decorated urn upon a stone column, oil on canvas, 55" x 39", shaped top sides and bottom £300-500 915. Follower of Gaspar Dughet (20th/21st century) - classical landscape with figures beside a river, a stone bridge nearby and buildings amongst trees in the distance, oil on canvas, 32" x 47.75" ** The work is contained within an ornate carved and composite plaster giltwood frame. £250-350 916. Follower of Gaspar Pieter Verbrugghen (20th/21st century) - Large still life of flowers and fruit with a gilt urn, glasses and other objects nearby, oil on canvas, 39" x 27.5" ** The work is contained within an elaborately decorated gilt plaster and wooden frame £300-500


917. Dutch School (20th/21st century) - Large still life of flowers in a ornamental urn, decorated with cupid or putti with a lake and mountains in the distance, oil on canvas, 28.5" x 39.5" ** The work is contained within an elaborately decorated gilt plaster and wooden frame £300-500





920 918. Carl Vilhelm Larsen (1880-1993) - 'Port of Copenhagen, Denmark', signed also extensively inscribed on the stretcher verso with the date 25th April 1928, oil on canvas, 9.5" x 12.75" £250-350 919. Galimberti (19th/20th century) - sunlit building amongst trees, signed also inscribed with the artist name on a plaque attached to the frame, oil on panel, 11" x 7.5" £150-250 920. G* Costa (19th/20th century) - Italian figures beside fishing boats on a beach, signed, oil on canvas, 17" x 29" £300-500 921. Edith Lawson (20th century) - 'Cow Parsley and Poppy', inscribed on the artist's original label verso with her name and the title of the work together with the original price of £25, oil on board, 18" x 14" £140-180


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929 922. English School (19th century) - fish girl seated in a cottage looking out on a beach with other figures in the distance, oil on canvas, 17.5" x 7.5" £100-150 923. Hester Schuler (20th/21st century) - portrait of a clown, signed and dated 1984, oil on canvas, 35.5" x 27.75" £80-120 924. Tom Shanks - 'Mull from Tiree', signed, oil on board, 11" x 9" £250-300


925. Michael David Barnfather (b. 1934) - 'September Sands', figures on a sand bar with dunes in the distance, signed by Barnfather and dated 69 (1969), also inscribed on an old label verso the title of the work and the artist's name together with registration number A780, oil on board, 24" x 36" £80-120

928. Fredrick H. A. Parker (fl. 1888-1904) - 'Baramunda', signed also inscribed with the title and dated May 21st 1905, oil on canvas board, 10.5" x 14.5" **Baramunda, Odisha is in India £150-200

926. Awid Jorm (20th/21st Century) - a still life of flowers and seashells, signed also inscribed verso, oil on board, 25.5" x 21" £80-100

929. Philippe Pavy (b.1860) - 'On The Loire', signed and dated 1877, oil on canvas, 20" x 16" £600-1000

927. Fredrick H. A. Parker RBA, (fl. 1888- d. 1904) - 'Eishmakam', signed and dated October 17th 1905, also inscribed with the title, oil on canvas board, 10" x 13.5" **With Arthur Tooth & Sons, Haymarket, London, also at 5th Avenue New York and Paris. Eishmakam is in Kashmir, India £150 £200

930. NO LOT



RICHARD EWEN (1928-2009) Richard Ewen was a famous American artist born in Walla Walla, Washington, USA and came to England in 1963. He had been the subject of programmes on BBC and ITV television and his works are collected by well-known persons throughout the Western World, including the National Trust. He has held exhibitions in Europe, Bermuda and the USA. Apart from exhibitions, Mr Ewen devoted most of his working life to portrait and commission work. Some of his notable works include a portrait of President Ronald Reagan for No. 10 Downing Street, one of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, members of the Breguet aviation family, France, the family of Congressman Robert W Daniels of Virginia, USA, Sir Edwin Leather, Lord Boothby, the Royal Yacht, Britannia, leading Bermudan families, the Port of London Authority, the VJ Celebrations in 1995 and many New England families, including those of two American presidents.


He died at his home in Biddestone, Wiltshire in 2009 931. Richard Ewen (1928-2009) - 'I know a Place', nude figures standing upon rocky outcrop with other figures amongst rocks nearby, signed R. Ewen and dated 1965, also inscribed verso with the title and the artist's name; together with the date 1965, possibly in the artist's own hand, 24" x 32", unframed £100-150 932. Richard Ewen (1928-2009) - a wooded landscape with a male figure holding a branch, with a partially draped female beyond and doves in the foreground, signed Ewen and dated 2003, oil on canvas, 30" x 30", unframed £100-150


933. Richard Ewen (1928-2009) - cottages amongst trees reflected in a pond in the foreground, indistinctly signed and dated possibly 1963, oil on board, 8.5" x 9.5" £60-100 934. Richard Ewen (1928-2009) - a nude female seated upon a harbour wall with the sea beyond, signed Ewen and dated 1993, oil on canvas, 16" x 12", unframed £80-120 935. Richard Ewen (1928-2009) - a figure wheeling another figure in a wheelchair, beside a wall on which graffiti is written, signed Ewen and dated 1959, oil on board, 20" x 24" £100-150 932 60

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936. Richard Ewen (1928-2009) - urban landscape with children playing football beside buildings, clothes on a washing line nearby and a figure in a boat upon a pond in the foreground, signed Ewen and dated 2002, oil on canvas, 20" x 24", unframed £100-150 937. Richard Ewen (1928-2009) - portrait of a gentleman, head and shoulders wearing a blue suit with a flower in his lapel, indistinctly dated, possibly 1996, oil on panel, 24" x 24" £30-60 938. Richard Ewen (1928-2009) - Still life of roses in a blue urn, signed Ewen and dated 2000, oil on canvas, 23.5" x 30" £60-100 939. Richard Ewen (1928-2009) - fishing boat with figures approaching a beach, signed Ewen and dated 1988, oil on canvas, 24" x 30", unframed £80-120


940. Richard Ewen (1928-2009) - coastal scene at low tide with figures holding parasols beside a rocky cliff, signed Ewen and dated 1982, oil on canvas, 20" x 24", unframed £80-120 941. Richard Ewen (1928-2009) - 'The Laughing Christ', signed Ewen and dated 24.AD 1996, also inscribed on a further label attached to the stretcher verso with the title of the work and the artist's address at Willowbrook, The Green, Biddestone, Chippenham..., oil on canvas, 30" x 30" £100-200




942 942. Richard Ewen (1928-2009) - 'Flight' figure on horseback in an expansive landscape, signed Ewen and dated 1969, also inscribed on the stretcher verso with the artist's name and the title of the work, possibly in the artist's own hand, oil on canvas, 34" x 46.5" *Provenance, with Frost & Reed, Studios Ltd, 41 New Bond street, London W1, also at Claire Street, Bristol 7th January 1975, stock no. R.4734, ex. collection Mr Holbrook £100-150


943. Richard Ewen (1928-2009) - portrait of a young lady, head and shoulders, signed Ewen and dated 2001, pencil, charcoal and watercolour, 17.25" x 13", unframed £30-50

Contemporary Paintings and Works of Art 945 944. Henry Inlander (1925-1983) - 'Man In An Olive Tree', signed and dated 54 (1954), charcoal, gouache and watercolour (mixed media), 21.75" x 14.25" **Provenance with Peter Cotterill, Wenlock Fine Art, Shropshire and sold together with the original receipt dated 7th September 2007, the original price being £700 £600-800 945. Henry Inlander (1925-1983) - 'Seascape', the Anticoli Coastline, signed and dated 54 (1954), also inscribed on an exhibition label verso, together with a further inscription and numbered 42, possibly written by the artist, oil on canvas, 24" x 32" **The artist was born in Vienna and later settled in England obtaining British citizenship in 1947, studying art at St. Martin's School of Art from 1939-1941 and at The Camberwell School of Art as well as The Slade under William Coldstream, Rogers, Passmore and Gowing. The artist won a Rome scholarship in 1952 and premiered a one man exhibition at the gallery La Tartaruga Rome in 1953. His first exhibition in London was at The Leicester Galleries in 1956. He is represented at The Tate Gallery and many other museums and art galleries as well as being in many private collections. Provenance with Peter Cotterill, Wenlock Fine Art Shropshire and sold together with the original invoice dated 9th April 2005, the original price being £2200 £2000-3000 62

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946. Henry Inlander (1925-1983) - abstract work, gouache and pastel, mixed media, 16" x 11.75" **Provenance with Peter Cotterill, Wenlock Fine Art, Shropshire and sold together with the original invoice dated 7th September 2007, the original price being £600. £400-600 947. Paul Stephens (20th/21st century) - 'At The Seaside, Sennen, Cornwall', signed also extensively inscribed verso wit the title of the work, the artist's name and exhibition details, oil on board, 16" x 20" ** The artist regularly exhibited at The RWA, Bristol annual exhibitions as well as The Mall Galleries, London also at The Colleton Gallery Bath, The Sadler Gallery, Wells, Patricia Fine Art, Boca Raton, Florida, USA, The A1 Summer Exhibition in Wells, he is a friend of the artist Arthur Maddison and both artist's exhibited together at The Crispin Hall in Street, Somerset, the artist also exhibited alongside Ken Howard and paints with a multitude of dabs very reminiscent of the Pointillist painters Geroges Seurat and Paul Signac a Piontillist movement developed circa 1886 branching from impressionism £200-300 948. Mary Remington ROI (1910-2003) - 'Winter in Bath, Sally Lunn's House', signed and extensively inscribed on various labels verso, oil on board, 30" x 20" **The work was exhibited at The New English Art Club some years ago with the original price of 50 Guineas. The artist was born in Reigate Surrey and after attending Redhill School of Art she won a scholarship at The Royal College of Art in London. She then went on to train in Paris at The Academié de la Grande Chaumié. She also exhibited works at The Royal Academy and various other institutes in London and the provinces. £300-500


948 949. Rachel Ann Le Bas NEAC, Re, (1923-2020) - 'Shepherd's Bush by Night' signed also inscribed on a later label verso together with the original price of £1500, oil on canvas, 30" x 40" £300-500 950. NO LOT


Antique & Later Decorative Furniture and Furnishings 951. Victorian mahogany upholstered scroll end settee, 90" wide, 30" deep, 34" high £60-100 952. Pair of mahogany upholstered salon chairs in the Victorian style, one plain button upholstered, the other with floral upholstery, 30" wide, 27" deep, 42" high (2) £40-80 953. Georgian mahogany armchair in the Chippendale manner, with a pierced splayed vase back over a drop-in seat and carved chamfered swept arms upon square tapering legs united by stretchers, 24" wide, back height 37.5" £20-40 954. Sheraton period mahogany armchair, the shield pierced back with wheatsheaf moulding over an oval paterae, with chamfered arms and beige upholstered stuffover seat upon square tapering legs united by stretchers, 22" wide, back height 36.5" £20-40 955. Carolean style upholstered throne armchair, the padded back and stuffover seat with modern fruiting vine design upholstered, with acanthus carved swept arms upon turned supports and carved front stretcher over carved paw feet, 27" wide, the back height 47.5" approx £60-100 956. 18th century oak side table, the rectangular top over a single frieze drawer applied with brass furniture and upon square canted legs, 29"wide, 18" deep, 29.5" high (split to the top) £60-100 957. Georgian oak lowboy, the rectangular top over three short drawers to the shaped apron and upon square tapering legs, 36" wide, 19" deep, 30" high (the top at fault) £60-100 958. Georgian oak side table, the moulded top over a single frieze drawer upon turned baluster supports united by stretchers, 27.5" wide, 22.5" deep, 29" high (split to the top) £80-120 959. Large and impressive gilt wood over mantel wall mirror, 62" wide, 71" high £400-600 64

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959 960. Victorian mahogany sewing table, the rectangular top with rounded corners over a single frieze drawer and sliding work basket, supported upon shaped uprights enclosing a slender baluster turned column united by a turned stretcher and cheval supports terminating in bun turned feet with brass castors, 19.25" wide, 15.5" deep, 27" high £60-100 960A. 19th century mahogany bowfront chest of drawers, the raised gallery back over four long drawers flanked by turned and wrythen fluted pilasters upon turned supports, 39" wide, 18.5" deep, 42.5" high £150-250 960B. Edwardian mahogany inlaid display cabinet with a single astragal glazed door over a drop front cabinet and upon square tapering legs, 29.5" wide, 16" deep, 67" high £50-80 960C. George III mahogany chest on chest, the top with inlaid crossbanded canted sides inset with two short and three graduated long drawers, the base with three long drawers upon splayed bracket feet, 40.5" wide, 20.5" deep, 76" high £300-500 960D. Decorative painted cast metal and wooden garden bench, with pierced foliate end supports, 50" wide £40-80 GARDINER HOULGATE


964 960E. Painted cast metal and wooden garden bench, the back with a pierced tulip panel, 50" wide £40-80 961. Set of six mahogany dining chairs in the Sheraton style, each with cross framed splats over pale green stuffover seats and slender turned front supports, the seats 20" wide, back height 34" (6) £100-200 962. Victorian circular mahogany occasional wine table, the moulded top upon a turned fluted column upon an acanthus carved cabriole tripod base, 17" diameter, 28.5" high £40 £80 963. Good set of four Chippendale style mahogany dining chairs, stamped T. Willson Great Queen Street, London, with carved pierced vase shaped splats, burgundy stuff-over seats over a gadrooned frieze and upon carved cabriole legs terminating with ball and claw feet, 22" wide, the back height 37.25" approx (4) £180 £220


964. Good 19th century mahogany collectors/specimen cabinet, the panelled lancet door enclosing a set of thirteen graduated numbered drawers containing a collection of glass medical and herbal specimens, 21.5" wide, 17.5" deep, 37" high £900-1200





965. Pair of Hepplewhite style upholstered chairs, each with olive green foliate velvet backs and serpentine seats upon swept carved cabriole legs, the seats 23" wide, back height 35.5" (2) £40-60 966. Georgian style giltwood and gesso wall mirror, with a swan neck pediment and carved shell crest over the rectangular plate flanked by drape pilasters, 48" x 28.5" approx £300-400 967. Chinese camphorwood chest, decorated with applied figures in garden scenes within floral and foliate borders, a hinged cover enclosing open interior with small lift out tray, with engraved brass latch, further figures in varied pursuits to the front and boats to the sides and rear, raised upon bracket feet, 42" wide, 22" deep, 24" high £40-80 968. Nathan Furniture teak coffee table, 37" wide x 21" deep, 16" high; together with a vintage tool chest enclosing a tiered interior of three unrelated drawers and a wood plane, 32" wide, 18" deep, 17" high (2) £40-60 969. Oak hexagonal and turned column torchere stand, upon turned circular stepped base, 51" high £20-40 966 970. Neptune oak twin-pedestal Henley extending dining table with two extra leaves, 107" long fully extended, 39.5" wide, 30" high £300-500 970A. Interesting Arts & Crafts large oak sideboard, the moulded top over two long drawers and a short central drawer all fitted with copper ring handles over a central arcaded recessed shelf flanked by panelled cupboard doors with rectangular stylised foliate carved panels, supported upon a plinth base raised on hexagonal side supports terminating in short circular stepped feet, 78" wide, 24.75" deep, 39" high £150-250 66

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975 970B. Mahogany oval inlaid tilt-top occasional tripod wine table, 21" x 14.5", 27" high; together with an Edwardian circular inlaid two tier plant stand and a small occasional square table/stool (3) £40-80 970C. Early 20th century oval gilded and gesso wall mirror with a reeded frame and inset with a bevelled glass plate, 37.5" x 26" £30-50 970D. Victorian mahogany Pembroke table, with a single end frieze drawer upon turned legs with casters, 38" wide, 29.5" high £30-50 970E. Tall mahogany bookcase, the moulded cornice over two arched panelled glazed cabinet doors upon a base section of two panelled cupboard doors raised upon turned legs and bun feet united by an under tier, 40" wide, 14" deep, 82" high £100-150 971. Persian Farahan rug, red on a navy ground, 100" x 68" approx £150-200 972. Large red ground Kerman style carpet £100-200 973. Spanish repeated geometric pattern carpet, 120" x 78" approx £30-50 974. Edwardian rosewood inlaid standing corner display cabinet, the raised mirrored back with turned supports, inlaid panels over asymmetrical cupboard base with both panelled and bowed glazed cupboards enclosing shelves, raised on slender turned supports, 22" wide, 22" deep, 79" high £150-250



975. Good Victorian burr walnut and mahogany crossbanded reverse breakfront credenza attributed to Lamb of Manchester, the moulded top over a frieze mounted with three stylised foliate embossed panels, the central glazed door flanked by two cupboard doors inset with oval Jasper ware style oval panels emblematic of music, with canted sides carved with caryatid brackets, supported upon a plinth base, 71" wide, 17.75" deep, 42" high £800-1200 976. Pair of 1920s bergere armchairs, the backs with carved putti faces, wings and flowers, over foliate swag carved arms and Bergere panelled frame, with red upholstered cushions on stuff over seat pad over blind fret carved frame raised upon claw and ball legs, 30" wide, 37" deep, 31.5" high to back of frame (2) £150-200 977. French 19th century kingwood serpentine vitrine display cabinet, with a single bevelled bowed glazed door flanked by bevelled shaped side panels enclosing a mirrored interior with glass shelves, upon cabriole supports, 38" wide, 15" deep, 67" high £200-300


980B. Small George III mahogany inlaid demi lune side table, the sunray inlaid top over the frieze with satinwood banding and upon square tapering legs, 25" wide, 30.5" high (at fault) £30-50 980C. Good large Regency mahogany bowfront chest, with five graduated long drawers over a shaped apron and splayed feet, 48" wide, 24.25" deep, 48" high £100-150


980D. Nest of three mahogany tables, largest 19" high, 13" deep, 24" high; together with a low square coromandel coffee table £80-120 981. Set of six Cromwellian style studded leather upholstered oak dining chairs, the stuffover upholstered seat and back on turned front legs united by squared stretchers, 19" wide, 20" deep, seat 19" high, back 35" high (6) £100-200 982. Oak nonagon bobbin turned side table, the moulded top with relief carved foliate scrolling border raised upon three bobbin turned legs united by stretchers, 26" diameter approx, 25.5" high £40-80


978. Sheraton style reproduction tambour desk/bureau, the rolling tambour front enclosing fitted interior with short drawers and stationery compartments over pull out writing surface with inset tooled leather surface, all over two short drawers raised on tapering square legs terminating in brass castors, 40" wide, 27" deep, 37.5" high £100-150 979. Biedermeier walnut framed settee, with floral button back and arm stuff-over upholstery on scrolling frame, 71" wide, 26" deep, seat 19" high, back 37.5" high £150-250 980. 18th century carved oak coffer, the hinged pleated top over four panelled foliate and floral carved front, bearing initials 'AMLG' dated 1802, the panelled sides with iron swing carry handles, the interior fully open without divisions showing evident later hinges, lock mechanism missing, 50" wide, 21.5" deep, 27" high £100-150 980A. 19th century mahogany and satinwood inlay demi-lune fold-over tea table, raised on square tapered legs terminating on castors, 38" diameter, 28" high £30-50 68

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983. Gothic style oak church lectern, 53.5" high £60-100 984. Pair of decorative Florentine style giltwood shield girandole wall mirrors with twin sconces, 19" wide, 23" high (2) £80-120 985. Reproduction Campaign style chest of two short over three long drawers, 43.5" wide, 20" deep, 39" high £150-250 986. Carved oak square gateleg occasional table, the moulded top with foliate border around central flowerhead roundel raised on bobbin turned legs united by foliate carved square stretchers, 24" square extended, 29" high £40-80 987. Pair of Windor stick back chairs, with arch back over pierced shaped splat, the arms on turned supports over shaped seat, raised upon turned legs united by stretchers, 22" wide, 24" deep, seat 17" high, back 39" high (2) £40-60




988. Victorian ebonised and walnut inlaid pier display cabinet, the glazed door enclosing green velour interior of two shelves, within inlaid crossbanded borders and roundels with brass floral and foliate applied mounts, raised on a stepped plinth upon bun feet, 32.5" wide, 12" deep, 42" high £200-300 989. 19th century mahogany inlaid drum side table, the moulded top with crossbanded borders over three segment drawers with inlaid swag and tassel decoration, raised upon a beaded central support and three splayed legs on brass castors, 23" diameter, 25" high £30-50 990. Late 18th century mahogany wine cooler on stand, of hexagonal form with brass banding, the hinged cover enclosing paper lined interior, upon a tripod stand with scrolling brackets, 17" wide, 15.5" deep, 26" high £200-400 990A. Edwardian mahogany bookcase/display cabinet, the moulded top over single slim drawer over glazed central cabinet door enclosing shelving, flanked by two astragal glazed cupboard doors enclosing wooden shelving, raised on a plinth base upon four claw and ball feet, 66" wide, 14" deep, 51" high £80-120

990B. Edwardian mahogany display cabinet, the moulded top with bowed front over two astragal glazed cabinet doors enclosing shelving, aside a central panel, raised upon a plinth base with pierced shaped bracket legs, 48" wide, 14" deep, 51" high £60-100 990C. Art Nouveau mahogany inlaid salon settee, inlaid with stylised foliate panels and with a mustard ground Liberty style padded back, arms and seat upon square tapering front supports, 50" wide, 25" deep, back height 43.5" approx; together with a pair of quality lined curtains in the same fabric, the length 82" approx £150-250 990D. Art Nouveau walnut marquetry two tier occasional table, the rectangular top inlaid with a band of foliage upon cabriole carved supports united with a narrow undertier, bearing a trade label 'T.G. Woof Limited, Sheffield', 28" x 17", 30" high £120-180 991. Large and impressive ornate carved gilt wood and marble console table, the shaped marble top upon a frame with carved shell and foliate swag apron, raised on four foliate capped scrolling legs and square feet, 54" wide 25" deep 32" high £600-1000 992. Large impressive gilt wood over mantel mirror, 58" wide, 62" high £500-800 993. Regency gilt stuffover upholstered chaise longue, the seat and back in cream damask upholstery on scrolling carved giltwood frame raised on cabriole legs and scroll carved feet, 65" wide, 28" deep, seat 17" high, back 31" high £200-300





993 (See page 69) 994. Victorian walnut Wellington chest of seven graduated drawers, the brass handles stamped RD 456109, 22" wide, 16" deep, 48" high (key) £200-400 995. Reproduction set of library steps, upon a scrolling framed and reeded pillar supports, raised upon turned front legs, 18" wide, 20" deep, 32" high £60-100 996. 19th century lacquered dome top trunk, the hinged cover enclosing open paper lined interior, swing handles to the sides, 36" wide, 24" deep, 24" high £80-120 997. Weathered pine blanket chest, the hinged cover enclosing two candle boxes, brass swing handles to the sides, 48" wide, 15" deep, 17" high £30-50 998. French ornate gilt wood and marble serpentine console table, 47.5" wide, 19" deep, 37" high £400-600 70

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999. Early 20th century twin pedestal roll top/tambour desk, the tambour enclosing fitted interior with stationery pigeon holes and drawers, upon pedestals of three shallow drawers and one deep, the interior bearing Jetley 52 South Audley Street, London plaque, 55" wide, 30.5" deep, 46" high £300-400 1000. Art Deco walnut bureau bookcase, the fall front hinged door enclosing fitted stationary secretaire with tooled leather writing surface, over a lower cupboard flanked by two glazed shelved cupboards, 51" wide, 13" deep, 46" high £50-80




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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 Any lots containing any amount of Brazilian rosewood and endangered species may 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 Import/Export It is the buyer’s responsibility to obtain the correct import/export licenses and CITES licenses for items which they have purchased. Gardiner Houlgate take no responsibility for the export of goods 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.

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 he t hammer Price calculated as follows: 0-50,000 Euros 4% 11. The Premium The Buyer shall pay to the Auctioneer a premium of 22% of the hammer price together with VAT. (26.4% inclusive 50,000.01 to 200,000 3% 200,000.01 to 350,000 1% of VAT) 350,000.01 to 500,000 0.5% Exceeding 500,000 0.25% 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. 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.


On the A4 from Bath or Chippenham turn off at the mini roundabout by the Hare & Hounds Pub towards Corsham town centre, turn immediately right at the next mini roundabout into Valley Road. After one mile cross narrow railway bridge and round right angle bend. Turn left after 600 yards into Leafield Industrial Estate. Go straight through the estate and take the last turning on the right beforemeeting the public road again, just past Linpac and opposite Corsham Print. The Bath Auction Rooms are at the end of the road facing you. Total time from Junction 17 - 10-15 minutes Total time from central Bath - 15 minutes Travelling by Train - we recommend Chippenham Station

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



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