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Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers

Wednesday 2nd, Thursday 3rd & Friday 4th July 2014 at 10.00am

The Derby Auction House, Chequers Road, Derby


The Derby Auction House

From the Ea st/ South/North

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Bamfords THE DERBY AUCTION HOUSE

THREE-DAY FINE ART AND ANTIQUE SALE at The Derby Saleroom, Chequers Road, Derby

Wednesday 2nd, Thursday 3rd & Friday 4th July 2014 at 10am

Miss Winterton’s Collection of 18th and 19th Century Derby Porcelain; Asian Art Collected in 1880 and Entered by Descendants; Fine English Furniture, Works Of Art and Decorations from a Derby Family; Ceramics and Collectables from Lincolnshire Deceased Estate; Part Two of the Collection of Brown Salt Glazed Stoneware Entered by a North Derbyshire Gentleman; and Deceased Estates across Derbyshire, Staffordshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire and Yorkshire and Other Vendors Over 2,300 Lots of Asian Art and Oriental Ceramics; Decorative Ceramics, English Pottery, English Porcelain, Derby and Related Factories, Glass, Continental Ceramics; Plated Ware, Silver, Watches, Jewellery, Watercolours, Barometers, Clocks, Garden Appointments and Furniture; Boxes & Objects, Metal Work, Taxidermy, Textiles, Bijouterie, Miniatures, Walking Sticks, Wine, Blue John, Bronzes, Musical Instruments, Scientific Instruments, Cameras, Tribal Art and Antiquities On View

Sunday 29th June Monday 30th June Tuesday 1st July Morning of sales

2.00pm – 5.00pm 2.00pm – 7.00pm 1.00pm – 5.00pm from 9.00am

View our sale: www.bamfords-auctions.co.uk (over 2,500 images on our site) and www.the-saleroom.com/bamfords Front cover illustration 1675 Back cover illustration 56

Catalogues £10 (£12 by post)

Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers

Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers • The Derby Auction House • Chequers Road • Derby • DE21 6EN Tel: 01332 210000 • Fax: 01332 368424 • E-mail: fineart@bamfords-auctions.co.uk 1


Order of Sale

Day Three – 4th July 2014 at 2.00pm Boxes and Objects

Day One – 2nd July 2014 at 10.00am ASIAN ARTS Ceramics

Bronzes, Boxes and Objects

1 – 85

192 – 245

Decorative Ceramics

250 – 278

Doulton

290 – 295

Worcester

360 – 405

Porcelain

405 – 489

Royal Crown Derby Paperweights

525 – 545

Royal Crown Derby and Associated Factories Pottery

Salt Glazed Stoneware Continental Glass

Day Two – 3rd July 2014 at 10.00am Plated Ware Silver

Watches

Jewellery

Day Two – 3rd July 2014 at 2.30pm Watercolour

Day Three – 4th July 2014 at 10.00am Barometers Clocks

Garden Furniture, Carriages and Signs Furniture

2360 – 2399

Bronzes

2460 – 2482

2400 – 2450

2490 – 2522

2558 – End of Sale

Payments 1. Bamfords charge 20% plus VAT Buyer’s Premium on the hammer of each lot (e.g. Hammer Price £100 + Buyer’s Premium £17.50 + VAT on the Premium £3.06 Total Invoice £120.56) 2. Payments made before the 11th July 2014 will be discounted to 17.5% plus VAT Buyers Premium on the hammer of each lot. There is a minimum Buyer’s Premium of £10 per lot on this sale. 3. Any lot purchased through the services of ATG Media’s thesaleroom.com will be subject to a further charge of 3% of the hammer price (plus VAT where chargeable) 4. Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers accept Cash, Bank Transfers, Bankers Drafts and Debit Cards • Bank Transfers must state the lot number and sale date International Bank Account Number GB64MIDL40191593665127 Branch Identifier Code MIDLGB2104B • We do not accept American Express or Credit Cards 5. Late payments will occur interest at 2% above HSBC base rate

640 – 671

690 – 750

760 – 777

778 – 1049

1051 – 1075

1078 – 1209

1210 – 1359 1534 – 1559

Wine

2260 – 2319

Information to Buyers

585 – 639

Books and Manuscripts

Prints and Maps

2320 – 2339

Tribal Art and Antiquities

560 – 583

1360 – 1490

Miniatures

Musical Instruments and Scientific Instruments

490 – 524

Oils

2240 – 2250

Walking Sticks

300 – 355

Derby

Textiles

Blue John, Ashford and European Ivories 2340 – 2352

280 – 289

Moorcroft

1950 – 2218

2220 – 2230

Bijouterie

90 – 191

Ivories

Day One – 2nd July 2014 at 1.00pm

Taxidermy

Conditions of Sale All Business is conducted with the conditions of sale in the back of this catalogue.

1495 – 1533

Condition of Lots and Reports Some of the following catalogue descriptions indicate damage, repair and restorations. This is a guide only and does not constitute a guarantee of good condition for other lots where no reference to condition is made. Purchasers are advised to examine carefully, prior to sale, every lot in which they are interested. If you are unable to attend the sale we will, without charge, provide a condition report on any particular lot.

1563 – 1569

1570 – 1610

1615 – 1629

1630 – 1949

Photographs by thestudio@bamfords

Catalogue design & production by Jamm Design Ltd 2


Day One

Wednesday 2nd July at 10.00am

Asian Art

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Ceramics

1 A 19th century Chinese plate, brightly enamelled with a crane perched in a pine tree, coloured in iron-red, green, grey and black, 24cm diam, six character mark but 19th century; a Japanese Imari plate, decorated in the typical palette with flowers and foliage, 30.5cm diam, Meiji period (2) £60 - £100

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2 A 19th Chinese bottle vase, decorated in polychrome with a fanciful bird, butterfly and peonies on a celadon ground, gilded band borders, 22cm high, c.1880 £60 - £100

3 A Cantonese Famille Rose circular charger, painted in the typical palette with figures and attendants within fret border, 37cm diam, c.1880 £150 - £200

4 A Cantonese Famille Rose globular teapot and cover, painted with flowers and foliage, scaled scroll border, domed cover, acorn finial, 16cm high, c.1770 £60 - £100

5 A Cantonese porcelain baluster vase, painted in the Famille Rose palette with soldiers in battle, to verso with figures of the court, dragons to shoulder, wavy everted rim, 43cm high, c.1880 £400 - £600

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6 A Cantonese porcelain cylindrical jar and cover, painted in the Famille Verte palette with figures of the court and attendants, in panels alternating with fanciful birds, enclosing other graduated jars, 9.5cm high, 19th century; another, similar; others, smaller (7) (faults) £60 - £100

7 A Cantonese porcelain ovoid vase, painted in the Famille Rose palette with figures, officials and attendants, birds, butterflies and colourful flowers, temple lions and dragons to shoulder, picked out in gilt, shaped everted rim, 44cm high, 19th century £120 - £180

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9 A Chinese Cantonese Famille Rose jardiniére and stand, painted in polychrome with ladies of the court, amidst a stylized landscape and a profusion of interspersed flowers and butterflies, 18cm high, 28cm diam, 1880 £100 - £200

8 A Chinese blue and white armorial painted tureen and cover, printed in underglaze blue with pagoda and fisherman, applied overglaze with European Coat of Arms, bud finial, 25cm diam, c.1770 £60 - £100 For more images please visit

10 A Chinese arched rectangular blue and white tea caddy and cover, decorated in underglaze blue with pagodas, trees and foliage, 13.5cm high, c.1770 £60 - £100

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11 A Chinese armorial porcelain hexagonal dish, painted in the Famille Rose palette, the border with the arms of Jesson impaling Chace and chrysanthemums within shaped reserves, on a ground of diapers, picked out in gilt, 21.5cm diam, c.1770 £300 - £400

13 A Chinese blue and white porcelain circular plate, painted underglaze with peonies and rocky outcrops, 27cm diam, Qianlong, c.1770; a circular dish, similar (2)£60 - £100

14 A Chinese blue and white porcelain ovoid ginger jar and cover, painted with chrysanthemums, leafy bamboo and rockwork, trellis and double line borders, 26cm high, Qianlong reign, c.1750 £2,000 - £3,000

12 A Chinese blue and white ‘klapmut’ bowl, the exterior painted with continuous scene of figures playing games and in conversation, pine trees and rockwork, the interior with a central bonsai plant, the everted rim painted with fretwork and four reserves, 21cm diam, six-character marks, Kangxi but later £100 - £200

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A Chinese bottle vase, glazed in blue, 10cm high £60 - £100

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16 A Chinese canted rectangular blue and white serving plate, painted with pagoda, rock trees, bridge and figures, elaborated scroll and foliage border, 29cm wide, c.1770 £70 - £100

29 A Chinese ogee shaped bowl, picked out in polychrome with a grasshopper amongst flora, red seal mark, 19th century, a Chinese beaker, picked out in polychrome, with flowers and stylised foliage, 7.5cm high, 18th century; a pair of Chinese Famille Rose saucers, 18th century (5) £60 - £100

17 A Chinese celedon bowl, incised, 15cm diam, in the Sung manner but later £80 - £120

30 A Chinese opium pipe, inlaid in mother-of-pearl with figure and bamboo, 20cm high £180 - £250

18 A Chinese celedon globular vase, crackle glaze, 7.5cm high, hardwood stand £50 - £80

19 A Chinese circular dish, decorated in underglaze blue with stylised foliage, 18cm diam, Ming; another, smaller (2) £60 - £100

31 A Chinese ovoid ginger jar and cover, decorated in high relief with a crane amongst water lilies, coloured in tones of green, yellow, white and manganese on a mottled ground, Wang Bing Rong Zuo seal mark £100 - £150

21 A Chinese Famille Rose Armorial octagonal plate, painted with figures in a garden, flying a kite, 22cm wide, c.1770 The Arms are for Smalley of Thorpe Arnold and with Cokayne of Ashbourne, purchased from Hassop Hall sale 1974 £40 - £60

33 A Chinese pale celadon flattened ovoid vase, moulded with a fierce dragon above the waves, spreading foot, 21.5cm high £300 - £400

20 A Chinese crackle glaze pale celadon ovoid vase, the shoulder applied with a budding stem, 23cm high £60 - £100

32 A Chinese ovoid vase, decorated in underglaze blue with elder, attendants, bamboo and foliage, the shoulder with stiff leaves, 23.5cm high, Yongzheng reign mark in concentric rings £60 - £100

22 A Chinese Famille Rose bottle vase, painted with oriental figure and boy attendant, 18cm high £70 - £100

23 A Chinese Famille Rose hexagonal bowl, decorated with phoenix and lotus in tones of red on an azure ground, the interior in green, 17cm wide, seal mark £100 - £150

24 A Chinese Famille Verte vase, of shouldered ovoid form, decorated overall with mons, flowerheads and chrysanthemums, two flowerhead and leaf handles to shoulders, 30cm high, 19th century £100 - £150

25 A Chinese figure, of an elder, he stands holding a stick and scroll, green robe with yellow edges, 37cm high £150 - £200

26 A Chinese fluted bowl, cover and stand, painted in polychrome with grasshopper, insects and blossom, gilt line rims, red seal mark £60 - £100 27 A Chinese garden seat, as an elephant, standing four square, dressed with a howdah, coloured in tones of mottled blue, ivory, yellow and brown, 37cm high, 49cm wide, early 20th century £100 - £150

28 A Chinese Islamic shape blue and white porcelain hexagonal ewer, of small proportions, moulded in relief with a blossoming branch within a tear shaped reserve, on a ground of further flowers and foliage within canted reserves, knop finial, spreading base, 14.5cm high, Kangxi reign, c.1662-1722 Provenance: R & G McPherson, London

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34 A Chinese porcelain baluster jar and cover, decorated in underglaze blue with stylized flora, lion heads applied to the body, stylized temple dog finial, 45cm high, Qianlong period £500 - £700

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35 A Chinese porcelain circular dish, painted in underglaze blue with flowers and leafy stems, 19cm diam, four character mark, 19th century £100 - £150

36 A Chinese porcelain circular tureen, painted with pagoda landscapes, flowers and insects within shaped reserves on an underglaze blue scale ground, reticulated finial, the underside with flowering sprigs, 30cm diam, c.1780 £500 - £700 37 A Chinese porcelain cylindrical jar and cover, painted in underglaze blue with birds, flowers and precious objects, 16cm high £600 - £800

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43 A Chinese shaped circular bowl, decorated in pink, yellow, green and blue enamels with flowers and scrolling leaves, on a pale green ground, cartouche shaped feet, 19cm diam, Qianlong seal mark £700 - £1,000

44 A Chinese terracotta figure, of a bearded deity, possibly Shou, he stands holding a gourd and cover, a child balanced on top of his high, domed head, another at his side, 28cm high £60 - £100 45 A Chinese terracotta tomb figure, polychrome glaze, 17cm high £50 - £70 46 A Chinese Yixing cylindrical teapot, inscribed with characters, loop handle, 12cm high, impressed mark £60 - £100

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38 A Chinese porcelain flared wine cup and quatrefoil stand, painted in polychrome enamels with a female immortal, a temple lion, a deer and five bats, the stand 12.5cm wide, 18th/19th century £60 - £100

47 An 18th century Chinese bowl, of octagonal shape, decorated in underglaze blue with a pagoda in a stylized landscape, 21cm wide, c.1780; others, similar; a Chinese octagonal plate, painted in polychrome with cranes among flora, 22cm wide, c. 1780; a Chinese bottle vase, painted in underglaze blue with court officials, 14cm high; etc (8) £60 - £100

39 A Chinese porcelain moon flask, painted in underglaze blue with temple lions and scrolls, dragon handles to shoulder, trellis border, 36cm high, 19th century £800 - £1,200

48 An 18th century Chinese canted rectangular blue and white meat plate, painted with peacocks, peonies and foliage, 31cm wide, c.1770 £60 - £100

40 A Chinese porcelain ovoid jar and cover, well painted in underglaze blue with warriors meeting, knop finial, 31cm high, four character mark £200 - £300

49 An 18th century Chinese sparrow beak jug, painted in polychrome with figures in the European manner, replaced silvered loop handle, 11cm high, c.1770 £70 - £100

41 A Chinese porcelain shouldered ovoid vase, brightly painted in raised polychrome enamels with butterflies and leafy sprigs, within pendant and trellis borders, 36cm high, Qianlong seal mark £700 - £1,000

50 An 18th century Chinese ten sided plate, painted in the Famille Verte manner with pagodas, trees and foliage, the rim with peonies and other flowers, 21.5cm wide, c.1770 £70 - £100

42 A Chinese porcelain slender baluster vase, painted in underglaze blue with figures at a table laden with precious objects, 26cm high, double ring mark to base £60 - £100

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51 An 18th century Chinese ovoid ginger jar, painted in underglaze blue with mountains and huts, hardwood base and stand, 21cm high, 18th century £100 - £150

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52 An early 20th century Chinese flared cylindrical vase, decorated in underglaze blue with young boy and attendant, brown incised borders, 14cm high; a small Chinese baluster vase, decorated in underglaze blue with wise man, 10cm high (2) £70 - £100

60 A pair of Chinese baluster vases, decorated in underglaze blue with peonies and birds in flight, 18cm high, four character mark but later (2) £200 - £300

61 A pair of Chinese double gourd bottle vase, decorated in underglaze blue with mythical beasts and foliage, 20cm high, Kangxi marks but later; two Chinese blue and white saucers, decorated with pagodas and foliage, 11.5cm diam, c.1770; etc (7) £60 - £100

53 A large 18th century Chinese jar and cover, painted in underglaze blue with lotus panels, alternating with foliage and figures, domed cover, ball finial, 56cm high, Kangxi £4,000 - £6,000

62 A pair of Chinese Famille Rose cockerels, multicoloured feathers, 25.5cm high (2) £70 - £100

54 A large Cantonese porcelain vase, painted in the Famille Rose palette with figures of the court, birds and insects within shaped oval reserves on a gilt ground of bats and scrolling leaves, 62cm high, c.1880 £700 - £1,000

55 The Binh Thuan Shipwreck - a Chinese blue and white circular bowl, in underglaze blue with stylised flowers, 27cm diam, early 17th century; another (2) £100 - £150 56 A large Ming blue and white ovoid vase, painted in vibrant tones of cobalt blue with five fish, each with great naturalism and sense of movement, swimming amidst flowering lotus plants, duckweed and other aquatic plants, the neck with scrolling band, Xuande six character mark to the shoulder and of the period (1426 - 1435) £7,000 - £10,000

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63 A pair of Chinese Famille Verte octagonal bowls and covers, decorated with stylised panels in the Persian taste on an emerald ground, orange Dog of Foe finials, 16.5cm high £300 - £400

57 A Chinese celedon globular water dropper, in relief with lotus, mystical beast spout, high handle, 12cm high £100 - £150

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58 A pair of 18th century Chinese ginger jars and covers, painted in underglaze blue with continuous landscape with trees, pagoda and figures harvesting, in a stylized Arcadian landscape, 28cm high, c.1770 £100 - £200

64 A pair of Chinese Peking glass moon flasks, decorated in cameo with fish amongst reeds and bulrushes, painted in tones of pale blue heightened in white, the rims and bases with stylised palmettes, 20cm high, c.1880 £60 - £100

59 A pair of Cantonese ovoid vases, each painted in the Famille Rose palette with an official and figures of the court, to verso with a battle, within rectangular reserves on a ground of flowers and scrolling leaves, wavy everted rims, 47cm high, c.1880 £700 - £1,000 For more images please visit

65 A pair of Chinese porcelain tea bowls, brightly painted with dragons chasing the flaming pearl, 6cm high, four character marks £400 - £600

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66 A set of five Chinese porcelain graduated cylindrical jars and covers, each painted in polychrome enamels with figures and script, 12cm to 4cm high, 19th century (faults) £60 - £100

67 An 18th century Chinese circular dish, painted with stylised flowers and foliage, the rim with trellis, 21.5cm diam, c.1770; a Chinese cylindrical trinket pot and cover, in the Ming style, decorated with stylised flower and foliage, 6cm diam (2) £60 - £100

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85 A Japanese Satsuma square tea canister and cover, painted in colours with alternating panels of foliage and cockerel and chick, 16.5cm high, signed, Meiji period £200 - £400

68 An 18th century bottle vase, decorated in the Famille Verte palette, with peacock, peonies and blossoming branches, 26cm high, four character mark, Qianlong, hardwood stand £150 - £200

Bronzes, Boxes and Objects

69 An 18th century Chinese blue and white ovoid globular tea pot, in underglaze blue with peony, foliage and rockwork, 11cm high, c.1770; a Chinese fluted sparrow beak jug, decorated in polychrome, 12cm high, c.1770; Chinese Famille Rose tea ware; etc £60 - £100

92 An 18th century Indo-Persian brass canted rectangular box, hinged cover, engraved overall with scrolling foliage within borders of Chinese trellis, 26cm wide, c.1800 £80 - £120

80 A Japanese ovoid vase, decorated with figures and and foliage, in the typical palette, 25.5cm high, Meiji period £50 - £80

93 A Japanese katana, 71cm blade, cord bound shagreen grip, lacquered scabbard, 103cm long overall £200 - £300

81 A large Japanese satsuma ovoid vase, painted in polychrome and raised gilt with a meeting of elders, to verso with samurai, 31cm high, Meiji period £600 - £900

82 A Japanese satsuma circular dish, painted in polychrome and gilt with flowers and insects, 23cm diam, signed, Meiji period £200 - £300 83 A Japanese satsuma panelled baluster vase, gilt and painted with a meeting of elders, outlined with borders of stylised flowers and geometric motifs, spreading foot, 15cm high, signed, early 20th century £80 - £120

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94 A Chinese bamboo carving, of a fierce temple lion grasping a pierced ball, a cub on the back, 10cm long, late 19th century, hardwood stand £60 - £100

84 A Japanese Satsuma ovoid vase, painted and gilt with an imperial procession t verso with bamboo and chrysanthemums, on a blue ground, 18cm high, signed, Meiji period £60 - £100

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95 Japanese School, a dark patinated and cold painted novelty candlestick, cast as a rat holding a flowering bud, 16cm high, signed £60 - £100

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96 Japanese School, (Meiji period), a dark patinated bronze, of a wheelwright, he stands on a wheel swinging a hammer, in robe and sandals, applied with flowers and foliage picked out in gilt, on a padouk wood stand, decorated in gilt with scrolls and leaves, signed, 26cm high ÂŁ4,000 - ÂŁ6,000

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97 Japanese School (Meiji period), a pair of brown patinated bronze candlesticks, cast as a crane on the back of a tortoise, 27.5cm high £100 - £150

98 Japanese School (Meiji period), a dark patinated bronze, of an elephant, charging forward, ivory tusks, 13cm high, signed £150 - £200 99 Japanese School (Meiji period), a dark patinated bronze, of a fierce young tiger, slate base, 15cm high overall £100 - £150

100 Indian School (19th century), a dark patinated bronze, of Lakshmi, square base, 10cm high. £40 - £60 101 Indian School (19th century), a dark patinated bronze, of Lakshmi, 13cm high. £60 - £100 102 Chinese School, a dark patinated bronze, of the rotund Buddha, typically seated, pierced and carved hardwood base, 20cm wide £100 - £150

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103 Chinese School, a dark patinated bronze, of rats clambering over a ripe peach, the larger rat seated on a ruyi, 12cm high, hardwood stand £100 - £150 104 Japanese School (Meiji Period), Crane about Fir Branches, marked with characters, woodblock print on pith paper, 25cm x 17cm; others (folio) £50 - £80

105 A 19th century Chinese silk panel, embroidered with a bird before cherry blossom, 75cm x 44cm £60 - £80 106 A 19th century Chinese silk panel, embroidered with stylized thistles, 76cm x 50cm £80 - £120 107 A 19th century Chinese silk panel, embroidered with birds and butterflies amidst foliage, 40cm x 20cm; others (3) £40 - £60

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108 A 19th century Chinese soapstone seven-storied hexagonal pagoda, carved with architectural detail, spreading hexagonal platform, 58cm high, 19th century £70 - £100

109 A Cantonese hardwood rectangular visiting card case, carved overall in relief with figures amongst pagodas and blossoming prunus, push-on cover, 8.5cm long, c.1880 £80 - £120

110 A Chinese amber carving, of Guanyin, she stands, serene, holding a ruyi sceptre, 23cm high, probably 19th century £600 - £900 111 A Chinese bamboo brush pot, carved with figures and pine trees, 23cm high £100 - £150

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112 A Chinese bamboo carving, of a toad, 7cm high, 19th century £60 - £100

121 A Chinese dark patinated bronze cylindrical censer, cast with fierce dragons and scrolls, elephant feet, 15cm high £100 - £150

113 A Chinese bamboo carving, of the rotund Buddha, seated, smiling, clutching his prayer beads, 14cm high, 19th century, hardwood stand £200 - £300

114 A Chinese boxwood carving, of a rotund gentleman sleeping beneath his broad brimmed hat, ivory pommel, 14.5cm high, early 20th century £40 - £60

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122 A Chinese dark patinated bronze ding tripod censer, cast in Archaic manner with scrolls, trellis and diapers, stylised elephant handles, tall scroll legs, 20cm wide, probably 19th century £200 - £300

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115 A Chinese boxwood carving, of Shou Lao, he stands, with staff and peach, a crane at his feet, hardwood stand, 23cm high, 19th century £100 - £150 116 A Chinese bronze tripod ding censer, pierced lug handles, 13.5cm diam, six character mark, probably 19th century £100 - £150 117 A Chinese carved jade belt hook, with dragon head terminal, carved in Ming style, but later; others (3) £70 - £100 118 A Chinese carving, of an Immortal, he stands, holding a staff, 36.5cm high, 19th century £60 - £100

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123 A Chinese dark patinated bronze rectangular censer, in the Archaic taste, canted lug handles, cast in relief with scrolls and trellis, shaped brackets to angles, shaped scroll legs, hardwood stand, 12.5cm high, seal mark £60 - £100

119 A Chinese cloisonne bowed circular bowl, decorated overall with fish, on a pale blue ground inlaid with wire, 20cm diam, early 20th century, hardwood stand £200 - £300

124 A Chinese dark patinated bronze tripod ding censer, lug handles, six character mark to base, 11cm wide £100 - £150

120 A Chinese dark patinated bronze censer and cover, cast with lions, scrolls and flowers, elephant handles, pointed pad feet, 12cm high £200 - £300 For more images please visit

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132 A Chinese hardwood carving, of an emaciated elder, 23cm high, 19th/early 20th century £40 - £60

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125 A Chinese embroidered shaped circular dish, worked in coloured threads with flowers and foliage, 25cm diam; another, centred by a basket of flowers; cylindrical boxes, similar (5) £60 - £100 126 A Chinese gilt and painted figure, carved as the rotund Buddha, seated, 17cm high, 19th/early 20th century £60 - £100

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133 A Chinese hardwood carving, of Shou, he stands, leaning on a staff, a ripe peach in his hand, 23cm high, 19th century £100 - £150

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127 A Chinese gold splash bowed censer, 12cm diam, seal mark, 18th/19th century, hardwood stand £500 - £700 128 A Chinese green and yellow glazed tomb model of a fish, 10cm wide; others (3) £70 - £100

129 A Chinese hardstone carving of a Shisai dog mounting a sphere, 9cm high £40 - £60

130 A Chinese hardstone spreading rectangular snuff bottle, fluted sides, 9.5cm high £40 - £60 131 A Chinese hardwood carving, of a bearded elder, he stands with a rugged staff, a bird at his side, 30cm high, early 20th century £40 - £60

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135 A Chinese hardwood carving, Shi (or Foo dog), with glass eyes and bone teeth, on a padouk wood stand carved with stylized blossom and flora, 28cm high, late 19th century £800 - £1,200 136 A Chinese hardwood lattice panel, the circular panel carved with a dragon and phoenix, 113cm x 117cm £60 - £100

137 A Chinese hardwood libation cup, carved in relief with a scholarly elder and his pupils, amongst blossoming prunus, 6cm high, 19th century £60 - £100 138 A Chinese jade and hardstone tree, rectangular jardiniére, 34cm high £100 - £150

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139 A Chinese jade tablet, carved in relief with a dragon amongst scrolling clouds, to verso with a phoenix, 9.5cm high, probably 19th century £200 - £300 140 A Chinese lacquer rectangular box, the cover decorated with a fisherman, the border with scrolls on a blue ground, 12.5cm wide, 19th century; another, decorated in gilt with a figure and a pagoda, on a red ground, 11cm wide (2) £40 - £60

141 A Chinese moss green jade shaped and pointed tablet, carved in the Archaic taste with angular scrolls and chequered panels, 12cm long £200 - £300

142 A Chinese padouk wood headrest or pillow, the top inset with a marble panel, turned column, spreading rectangular base, inlaid throughout with mother of pearl, 14.5cm high £60 - £80

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144 A Chinese padouk wood table screen, set with a bronze roundel applied in hardstones with a fisherman fishing from a shore of rocks and blossoming prunus, the border and frieze pierced with scrolls, sledge base terminating in further scrolls, bun feet, 44cm high, 33.5cm wide, 19th century £200 - £300

143 A Chinese padouk wood table cabinet, swan neck carrying handle above a pair of rectangular doors enclosing four drawers, flush brass spade shaped handles, above a further drawer to base, bracket feet, 26cm high, c.1900 £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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145 A Chinese pale green jade archaistic flattened ovoid vase and cover, carved in relief with stylised scrolls, dragon mask loose ring handles to sides, spreading foot, 14cm high £300 - £500

151 Japanese School (Edo/Meiji period), a woodblock print, Samurai in Battle, 30cm x 20cm; another (2) £60 - £100

152 A Japanese boxwood novelty tobacco box, probably Kobe, carved as a grotesque figure, seated cross-legged, mother of pearl eyes, 11cm high, Meiji period; a pipe, 21cm long (2) £100 - £150

146 A Chinese silk panel, embroidered with birds around a blossoming branch, 84cm x 36cm, c.1900 £60 - £80

147 A Chinese soapstone carving, of a rotund scholar, asleep, a temple lion at his shoulder, 8cm high, 19th century £60 - £100

153 A Japanese bronzed and gilt scribe’s box, hinged cover pierced and cast with scholars amongst leafy bamboo, to verso with a songbird on a water spout, a hut and Mount Fuji, enclosing a pair of wells and a pen wipe, pen rest to recto, bracket feet, 12cm wide, early 20th century £60 - £100

148 A Chinese softwood tomb figure, of an immortal, traces of polychrome decoration, 23cm high; others, similar (4) £150 - £200

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149 A Chinese spinach green jade bowl, of flared rim, of a dark green/black hue with strains of lighter green 20cm diam £200 - £300

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150 A Chinese Suzhou-style agate snuff bottle and cover, of well hollowed rounded form, the front and verso carved in green with lotus and leaves, 8cm high, Qing dynasty £200 - £300

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154 A Japanese dark patinated bronze ovoid vase, inlaid in silver and tri-colour metal with a fanciful bird on a blossoming prunus branch, 18.5cm, signed, Meiji period £300 - £500

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162 A pair of Chinese bronze libation vessels, of traditional archaic jue form, dragon loop handles, tripod peg feet, 9cm high (2) £70 - £100

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155 A Japanese hardwood carving, mythical beasts ascending a stylized tree carved in relief, pointing towards a beast at the bottom, with glass eyes, 26cm high, Meiji period £700 - £900

163 A pair of Chinese dark patinated and polished bronze candlesticks, each cast as a crane standing on a tortoise, 30cm high, 19th century £120 - £150

156 A Japanese hardwood okimono, carved as a fisherman, poised on the rocks he stands, a spear in one hand, the day’s catch in the other, 38cm high to tip of spear, Meiji period £100 - £150

164 A pair of Chinese enamelled bronze miniature censers, applied and decorated in polychrome with dragons, precious objects and geometric motifs, 7.5cm high £100 - £150

157 A Japanese lacquer dressing table box, the hinged cover showing the tea ceremony, blossom around the sides above stylized dragons and chrysanthemums, bun boot, 29cm wide, 11cm high, Meiji period £60 - £100

165 A pair of Chinese hardwood carvings, each as a young boy riding a buffalo, inlaid throughout with silvered wire, pierced rocky bases, 18.5cm high, 19th century £50 - £70

158 A Japanese lacquered bronze panelled ovoid vase, tall slender neck, decorated in tones of red and sprinkled gold, 25cm high £100 - £150 159 A Chinese tortoiseshell rectangular needle case, pierced and carved with a scrolling dragon, 10cm long, c.1900 £70 - £100 160 A large Chinese hardwood carving, of a bearded emaciated elder, he stands, wearing prayer beads, with one foot raised beside his staff, 57cm high, 19th/early 20th century £100 - £150

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161 A pair of Chinese Archaistic dark patinated bronze censers and covers, cast throughout with mythical beasts, dragon handles, lion paw feet, circular bases, 37cm high £300 - £400

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167 A pair of Chinese hardwood, boxwood and ivory rectangular panels, decorated with carved and applied with long Elizas, a flautist riding a buffalo, a fisherman, elders, a phoenix and figures amongst pagodas and blossoming prunus, 93cm x 32cm, c.1900 £100 - £150

175 An unusual early 20th century Burmese Kammavaca manuscript panels on palm leaves, 51cm wide £50 - £70

176 Asian School, a bronze, of a Buddha seated in the lotus position, ebonised base, 22cm high, 19th century or earlier; a Chinese hardstone carving, of a rotund monk, seated, 13.5cm high (2) £100 - £150

168 A pair of Chinese silk panels, from a robe, embroidered in coloured threads with the principles of prosperity, rightness of conduct, justice, benevolence, regality and filial obedience, 53cm x 22cm, framed as one. £60 - £100

177 Chinese School (19th century) A Lady of the Court watercolour on pith paper, 29cm x 17cm £40 - £60

178 Chinese School (19th century) A pair, An Official and His Wife, each seated at home, an attendant at their side watercolours on pith paper, 25.5cm x 16cm; others, oval, three framed as one (3) £60 - £100

169 A pair of Japanese cloisonne vases, well enamelled with mons and flowerheads, in colours, 15cm high, Meiji period £60 - £100 170 An Indian ivory badge or pendant, painted with a man kneeling beside a blossoming tree, 5.5cm long, 19th century or earlier; another (2) £100 - £150 171 high

179 Chinese School (19th century) A Pair, Sampans watercolours on pith paper, 17cm x 24cm; others, botanical, ornithological (6) £60 - £100 180 Chinese School (19th century) Crane Amidst Bamboo watercolour and gouache on silk, 125cm x 62cm £150 - £200

An Asian hardwood carving, of a cat, seated, 33cm £60 - £80

172 An Asian lacquered drinking horn, decorated in red, brown and gilt with stylised flowers and bamboo, 26cm long, 19th century £80 - £120

181 Chinese School (19th century) Mother and Child watercolour on pith paper, 27cm x 18cm £80 - £120

182 Chinese School (19th century) White Crane in Flight watercolour and gouache, 33cm x 54cm £50 - £80

183 Chinese School (19th century), a patinated bronze, of a kylin, 17cm long £150 - £200

184 Chinese School (late 19th century) Court Eunuch watercolour on pith paper, 21cm x 12cm; others (3) £70 - £100 185A A pair of Chinese hardwood fish, with water shooting from their mouths, scroll bases, 28cm high (2) £150 - £200

185 Chinese School, 19th century, a pair, on rice paper, figure with a fish kite; the other with blowing a conch shell, 10.5cm x 17cm, framed (2) £60 - £100 186 Chinese School, 19th century, a set of three, on rice paper, each painted with prisoners being punished in various barbaric ways, 28cm x 17.7cm, framed (3) £60 - £100

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187 Chinese School, a hardwood mask, bearded and mustache face, mystical beast and dragon headpiece, 22cm high £60 - £100

173 An early 20th century Japanese lacquered side cabinet, with lofty shaped gallery above long drawer and two fielded panelled doors enclosing an arrangement of drawers, detachable platform base, scroll legs, decorated overall with Mount Fuji, pine trees, huts and bridges, 85cm high. Meiji period £200 - £300

188 Chinese School, a pair of hardwood carving, to the left and right, boys on the backs of reclining water buffaloes, pierced bases, 27cm wide, c.1880 £70 - £100 189 Indian School (Mughal Period) The Maharaja’s Procession mixed media on silk, 29cm x 43.5cm £800 - £1,200

174 An early 20th century Chinese bamboo pot and cover, carved with oriental figures, 16cm high £40 - £60 For more images please visit

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190 A Chinese Rhinoceros horn libation cup, the handle pierced and carved with jostling stylised beasts amongst scrolls, broad, flared lipped rim above a band of leafy scrolls, 12cm wide, Qing Dynasty This lot is accompanied by a letter from the Animal Health agreeing that Bamfords Auctioneers may sell it without further legislation from CITIES and confirming they would likely grant an export permit for it to leave the EU post sale ÂŁ2,000 - ÂŁ3,000 For more images please visit

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191 A large Chinese full tip rhinoceros horn libation cup, pierced and boldly carved with scholars, elders and attendants led by a flautist in procession up a mountainside covered with blossoming prunus, 67cm long, the hardwood stand pierced and carved with further blossoming prunus on a rocky outcrop, 76cm high overall, 19th century This lot is accompanied by a letter from the Animal Health agreeing that Bamfords Auctioneers may sell it without further legislation from CITIES and confirming they would likely grant an export permit for it to leave the EU post sale ÂŁ10,000 - ÂŁ15,000

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Ivories

192 A Japanese ivory okimono, of an elder, standing, holding a broom, 7.5cm high; another, similar, 7.5cm high, Meiji period (2) £80 - £120

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199 A Cantonese ivory ovoid ovoid vase, pierced and carved in shallow relief with figures amongst pagodas and blossoming prunus, everted rim, scroll brackets to shoulder, circular foot, 21.5cm high, c.1880 £700 - £1,000

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193 A 19th century Cantonese ivory tapering cylinder vase, with two shaped rectangular cartouches, figures in landscapes, pierced and carved base, 10.5cm high x 6cm wide £60 - £100

200 A Cantonese ivory ovoid vase, pierced and carved with figures amongst blossoming prunus, the tall flared neck pierced with trellis, scroll brackets to shoulder, shaped base, 19cm high, c.1880 (faults) £80 - £120

194 A 19th century ivory cylindrical string dispenser, 2.5cm diam; another, bone; carved ivory miniature figure, of a lady in a chair; markers; etc £70 - £100

201 A Cantonese ivory panel, carved in relief with figures busy amongst pagodas and blossoming prunus, 7.5cm x 6cm, framed £70 - £100

195 A 19th novelty carved ivory umbrella, 10cm high; an ivory tape measure/pin cushion, 7cm high, c.1870; a Cantonese ivory circular box, the cover carved with figures, 4cm diam, c.1880; a brooch; etc £100 - £150

196 A Cantonese carved ivory cylindrical box, carved in relief, c.1870; a 19th century ivory crucifix, 9.5cm high; a Chinese ivory compressed cylindrical box, 5.5cm diam, c.1870; a Napoleonic prisoner of war bone cylindrical box, screw top, the cover applied with a recumbent cat, bordered by a garland of leaves, 3cm diam; etc £100 - £150 197 A Cantonese ivory cylindrical bodkin case, carved in relief with a dragon and birds amongst scrolling clouds,screw-fitting cover, 17cm long, c.1880 £50 - £80

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202 A Cantonese ivory puzzle ball, carved in relief with figures amongst pagodas and blossoming prunus and containing loose captive spikes, crested by a demon emerging from the waves, persimmon under-finial, 12cm long, c.1880 £100 - £150

198 A Cantonese ivory fan shaped brooch, carved in relief with a fierce dragon amongst scrolling clouds, 8cm wide; etc (4) £60 - £100

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203 A Cantonese ivory rectangular visiting card case, carved in relief with figures amongst pagodas and blossoming prunus, 8.5cm long, c.1880 £250 - £300

208 A Cantonese ivory cylindrical bodkin case, carved in relief with a dragon and birds amongst scrolling clouds, screw-fitting cover enclosing an arrangement of implements, 15cm long, c.1880 £50 - £70

204 A Cantonese ivory rectangular visiting card case, carved overall with figures amongst pagodas and blossoming prunus, push-on cover, 8.5cm long, c.1880 £200 - £300

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209 A Cantonese ivory rectangular visiting card case, carved in relief with officials in a stylized landscape of prunus and pagodas, push on cover, signed, 9.5cm high, 19th century £200 - £300

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205 A Cantonese ivory rectangular visiting card case, deeply and profusely carved with figures amongst pagodas and blossoming prunus, 11cm long, c.1860 £200 - £300

210 A Chinese ivory bauble, carved and pierced with blossom, 12.5cm high, 19th century £60 - £100

211 A Chinese ivory ‘okimono’, carved as an immortal, he stands, stroking his beard, a sword at his side, 25cm high, signed, early 20th century £400 - £600 212 A Chinese ivory tusk section opium pipe, decorated in polychrome with figures, grasses and rocks, 33cm long, early 20th century £60 - £100

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206 A Cantonese ivory shaped circular swing handled basket, pierced and profusely carved with figures amongst blossoming prunus, scroll feet, 21.5cm diam, c.1860 £100 - £150

207 A Cantonese ivory tusk section bitong brush pot, profusely carved in relief with Chinese and European figures engaged in social rituals, at work and riding boats and buffalo, amongst pagodas and blossoming prunus, leafy scroll and lotus borders, pierced stand conforming, 13.5cm diam, 11.5cm high, c.1880 £200 - £300 For more images please visit

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213 A Chinese marine ivory elder, standing wearing flowing robes, holding a pot, 18.5cm high £300 - £500

217 A Japanese ivory and shibayama page turner, applied in mother of pearl and hardstone raven with insects, 30cm long, Meiji period £80 - £120

214 A fine and large Chinese ivory hanging puzzle ball, pierced and profusely carved with busy figures amongst pagodas and blossoming prunus, eleven circular apertures with lotus borders, enclosing eight further pierced concentric layers, 12.5cm diam, the cresting carved in the round with a female official holding a fly whisk and a vase of flowers, a young boy and a deer at her side, suspension chain grasped in the mouth of a dolphin, the underfinial pierced and carved as a basket of ripe fruit and flowers, 62cm long overall, c.1890 £600 - £1,000

218 A Japanese ivory netsuke, carved as Buddha, holding a rat in one hand, a sack in the other, signed, 5cm high, Meiji period £60 - £100 219 A Japanese ivory netsuke, of an elder holding a gourd, 5cm high, Meiji period £80 - £120

220 A Japanese ivory okimono, a tradesman, kneeling leaning on a large carrot, 3.5cm high, Meiji period £70 - £100

221 A Japanese ivory okimono, carved as a bearded warrior, he stands leaning on a sword, a demon quelled beneath his right foot, oval base, Meiji period; another, carved as an elder holding a fan, a young boy held aloft in his open palm, a mischievous monkey at his feet, 22cm high, Meiji period (2) (faults) £200 - £300

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222 A Japanese ivory okimono, carved as a geisha, she stands, wearing a long flowing dress, 19cm high, signed, Meiji period £100 - £150

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215 A good Cantonese ivory letter rack, carved in relief with country views and scenes from home life, on a ground of blossoming prunus and ferocious dragons, the pierced and carved racks edged with a grille of consecutive dragons amidst blossom, the top rack crested, 25.5cm high, c.1870 £3,000 - £4,000

223 A Japanese ivory okimono, carved as a peasant, at work with his broom, 22cm high, early 20th century £100 - £150

224 A Japanese ivory okimono, carved as an elder, he stands, a monkey struggling in his grasp, 18cm long, signed, Meiji period; another, as a labourer and his young son, 17.5cm high, signed, Meiji period (2) (faults) £150 - £200

216 A Japanese gilt metal mounted shibayama and ivory slender ovoid vase, the tusk section body decorated with blossoming prunus and flowers, the flared shaped neck, mount and base chased with flowers and leaves, 31.5cm high, Meiji Period (losses) £60 - £100 For more images please visit

225 A Japanese ivory okimono, carved as two elders and children with a fan, a demon in the branches above them, 7cm high, signed, Meiji period; another (2) £80 - £120

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226 A Japanese ivory okimono, carved with a dragon boat, with five various figures aboard, signed, 11cm high, Meiji period £60 - £100

235 An Anglo-Indian ivory rectangular visiting card case, pierced with stylised stars, 9cm long, c.1880 £40 - £60

236 An Indian carved ivory model of a yak pulling passengers in a cart, on a plinth, with turned ivory feet, 13cm wide, 12cm high, c.1890 £60 - £100

227 A Japanese ivory okimono, carved with three beggars in a brawl, 5cm high, Meiji period £150 - £200

228 A Japanese ivory okimono, of a geisha, she stands, dressed in a long kimono, 12.5cm high, signed, Meiji period £50 - £70

237 A large Japanese ivory okimono, carved as a Geisha, she stands, holding a gourd and parasol, oval base, 28cm high, signed, Meiji period £2,000 - £3,000

249 A Ruskin matt crystalline flared cylindrical vase, decorated with a dripped blue and yellow glaze, 19cm high, impressed mark, dated 1932 £70 - £100

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229 A Japanese ivory okimono, of a musician, a sash floating, standing, wearing flowing robes, 18cm high, signed, Meiji period £500 - £600

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230 A Japanese ivory okimono, of figures in rowing boat, 16cm long, Meiji period, hardwood stand £100 - £150

231 A Japanese ivory sectional okimono, carved as a woodsman, returning with the fruits and tools of his work, shaped base, 20.5cm high, signed, early 20th century £150 - £200 232 A pair of Cantonese ivory tusk sections, profusely carved in relief with figures amongst pagodas and blossoming prunus, 6cm diam, 8.5cm high, c.1880 £100 - £150

233 A pair of Chinese ivory tusk sections, pierced and carved with dragons amongst scrolling clouds, 13cm high, Canton, c.1880, hardwood stands £300 - £400

234 A Japanese ivory okimono, Tokyo School, the benign sage traditionally depicted as a beggarly old man accompanied by a toad, finely carved wearing a mugwort apron around his waist, holding aloft his pet toad, standing barefoot on the back of a toad crouched on the ground, 32cm high, signed, Meiji period £1,800 - £2,200 For more images please visit

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Day One

Wednesday 2nd July at 1.00pm

Ceramics and Glass

Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers


Decorative Ceramics

250 A Carlton Ware Temple pattern circular charger, printed and painted with chinoiserie river landscapes on a red ground, with borders of landscape medallions on a black ground, black printed mark for 1894-1927, no. 2880 £100 - £150

251 A Studio Pottery globular vase, painted with stylised fish, in mottled green, knopped spout, 24cm high, marked with an incised X £60 - £100

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257 A Robinson and Leadbetter parian bust, Nelson, 16cm high, impressed marks; others, Lord Roberts, sculptured by W.C. Lawton, Copyright Jan 1900, ivory wash, 21cm high, inscribed to verso; General White, 21cm high, impressed mark; etc (4) £150 - £200

252 A Crown Devon Riviera pattern coffee set, for six, comprising coffee pot and cover, milk jug, sugar bowl,cups and saucers, each printed in colours with Spanish dancer and cactus, printed marks, £60 - £100

258 A Robinson and Leadbetter parian bust, Wagner, 19cm high, impressed mark; others, Lord Byron, 20cm high; Handel, 24cm high (3) £100 - £150

259 A Royal Dux Art Deco wall mask, moulded in relief with a females head, looking at a butterfly on her collar, wearing a blue hat in colours, 18.5cm high, impressed marks, 15514 £60 - £100 260 A Troika St Ives pottery double egg cup, banded with roundels, 9cm high, painted marks £50 - £70

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262 A Troika coffin vase, decorated by Sue Bladen, with geometric motifs, textured and coloured in tones of blue, brown, orange and cream, 17cm high, painted marks, c.1975 £60 - £100

253 A Goss parian bust, Robbie Burns, 14cm high, printed mark; others, Lord Byron, 20cm high; Shakespeare, in colours, copied from the monument erected by Shakespeare’s family in the church at Stratford-on-Avon, 9.75cm high, printed mark; General Gordon, 19cm high, impressed mark (4) £100 - £150

263 A Troika wheel vase, decorated by Linda Hazel, with geometric motifs, textured and coloured in tones of orange, blue, black and cream, 11.5cm high, painted marks, c.1972 £50 - £70

254 A large Burmantofts style yellow glazed jardiniére in the form of a shell, the associated sand in the Chinese manner, in relief with stylised foliage, 94cm high£200 - £300

264 A Troika wheel vase, decorated by Linda Taylor, with geometric motifs, textured and coloured in tones of green, black, cream and brown, 11.5cm high, painted marks, c.1970 £50 - £70

255 A large Devon terracotta sgraffito Harvest jug, incised with wild flowers, hay bales and village, 30.5cm high, c.1900 £60 - £100

265 A Troika wheel vase, decorated by Louise Jinks, with geometric motifs, textured and coloured in tones of blue, cream and grey, 12cm high, painted marks, c.1970 £50 - £70

256 A pair of Metlach stoneware cylindrical vases, decorated in polychrome with personifications of the four seasons, moulded and applied with borders of lotus and flowerheads, acanthus scroll feet, 34cm high, model no.1462, impressed marks, c.1900 £200 - £300

266 Advertising - a novelty ashtray, moulded with barrel and two bottles and inscribed Whitbread’s Ale In Bottle, 10cm high, c.1930 £50 - £70 267 An Art Pottery charger, pained by T Dean, signed, Kingfisher perched on a blossoming branch, in tones of ochre, brown, green and blue, 42.5cm diam, c.1900 £100 - £150

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Doulton

268 An Aynsley Piccadilly Circus VJ Day vase and cover, commissioned by Peter Jones, To Commemorate the 50th Anniversary of VJ-Day, The Allied Victory in the East, 1945 1995, decorated with celebrations in Piccadilly Circus, 21cm high, limited edition 15 of 100, wooden plinth £200 - £300

280 A Doulton Lambeth stoneware bibelot, modelled as a pelican seated on an octagonal basin, ,14cm. high, impressed marks, no. 8978, £100 - £150

269 An unusual miniature Royal Doulton Bunnykins jug, modelled as a rabbit resting on hind legs, leafy plant shoot scroll handle, glazed in shades of sandy brown, tan and green, 8cm high, printed mark, c.1930 £300 - £400

281 A pair of Doulton Lambeth ovoid vases, applied with stylised trees, in mottled tones of green, 21.5cm high, impressed marks £60 - £80

270 Bernard Leach - a small circular painted trinket dish, spot and lattice work centre, ; a larger cheese platter, crystalline green 9.5cm diam, seal mark; a similar two-handled green glazed dish, 27cm diam, impressed marks (2) £40 - £60 271 Bernard Rook - a Studio Pottery lamp base, in tones of brown, 25cm high; an ovoid preserve jar and cover, applied with foliage and moth, 10cm high, incised with initials (2) £50 - £60

272 Bernard Rooke (born 1938) - a rustic globular table lamp, pierced and in relief with leaves and moths, 31cm high, signed with initials £100 - £150 273 Eric Griffiths for Fulham Pottery - a stylised figure of a woman, Priscilla, 36cm high £60 - £80

274 A Clarice Cliff Bizarre Crocus pattern tea for two set, comprising teapot, milk jug, sugar basin, cups, saucers and side plates, brightly painted in tones of green, blue, purple, orange and brown, the plates 15cm diam, impressed, printed and painted marks £150 - £200 275 A Clarice Cliff Crocus pattern jug, brightly decorated with blue, purple and orange flowers, green line border, 8.5cm high, printed mark; a similar hot water, 17cm high; six dessert bowls, four teacups, five saucers, six side plates, cream jug, sugar bowl, preserve pot and cover, three egg cups and pin dish, printed marks £150 - £200

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276 A Clarice Cliff Celtic Harvest globular teapot, in relief with wheat sheaves and corn ears, fruit loop handle and finial, printed and moulded marks; a similar globular biscuit barrel, 17cm high; fruit bowl, 27cm diam; comport, 20cm diam; preserve pot, 9.5cm high, printed mark (5)£80 - £120

282 A Royal Doulton figure, A Moorish Minstrel, designed by Charles Noke, he stands in robes of deep blue playing a lute, stepped square pedestal base, in shades of green and brown, 34cm high, printed and hand painted marks, HN 34, c.1920 £300 - £500

277 A Clarice Cliff Spring Crocus pattern octagonal jug, brightly painted with crocuses, on a honeyglaze ground, banded in green and brown, 19.5cm high, printed marks in black, A.J Wilkinson, c.1930 £60 - £100

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283 A Royal Doulton figure, Butterfly, designed by Leslie Harradine, 16.5cm high, printed and painted marks, HN719, issued 1925-40, £150 - £200

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291 A Moorcroft Anemone pattern ovoid vase, tube lined with large flowerheads, in tones of red and purple on a blue and green mottled ground, 25cm high, impressed mark, signed with initials £200 - £300

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284 A Royal Doulton figure, London Cry, Strawberries, designed by Leslie Harradine, 17.5cm high, issued 1925-1936, HN749 £500 - £600

292 A Moorcroft Magnolia pattern baluster vase, tube lined with large flowerhead and foliage, on a cream ground, 16.5cm high, impressed mark, dated 94; a similar plate and trinket dish, 26cm diam and 11.5cm diam (3) £80 - £120

285 A Royal Doulton Golfing Series Kingsware jug, in relief with golfers, 21cm high, printed mark; another, Town Crier, inscribed Oyez! Oyez!, 23cm high, printed marks (2) £60 - £100

293 A contemporary Moorcroft Oberon pattern of waisted ovoid form, tube lined with large flowerheads and foliage, in tones of pink, yellow and green on a mottled pink and green ground, 28cm high, impressed mark, dated 93; a similar plate and trinket dish, 26cm diam and 11.5cm diam (3) £100 - £150

286 A Royal Doulton Guy Fawkes Jug, designed by Harry Fenton, relief decorated with Guy Fawkes, surrounded by barrels of gunpowder in the cellars of the Houses of Parliament, 19.5cm high, limited edition 27/600, printed marks £100 - £150

294 A Moorcroft Orchid pattern circular bowl, tube lined and coloured in tones of purple, pink, blue and yellow on a mottled green ground, 25.5cm diam, impressed marks and painted signature £100 - £150

287 A Royal Doulton The Wandering Minstrel loving cup, designed by Charles Noke and Harry Fenton, in relief with minstrel before a castle, 14.5cm high, limited edition 225/600, printed mark, introduced 1934 £100 - £150

Porcelain

Moorcroft

300 A 19th century English porcelain rectangular plaque, painted with a lady reading, 8cm x 11cm, gilt frame £60 - £100

290 A Moorcroft Macintyre two-handled tapering cylindrical vase, tube lined with stylised ribbon tied garlands of roses and forget-me-nots, in tones of blue, green and red on a white ground, wavy gilt line rims, 29.5cm high, printed mark in brown, W. Moorcroft signature in green, c.1904 £300 - £500 For more images please visit

301 A 19th century English porcelain campana vase, painted with a landscape within a gilt rectangular cartouche, on a cobalt blue ground, caryatid handles, square plinth, 25.5cm high, c.1820 £50 - £70

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302 A 19th century Minton porcelain ice pail, in the Sevres style, banded with sea horses with gilt fret, on a turquoise ground, scroll handles, 16.5cm high, 2258 £70 - £90

303 A British porcelain two-handled pedestal ovoid vase, painted with colourful summer flowers, the verso with poppy, swan neck handles, spreading circular base, square plinth, 21cm high, c.1820 £180 - £220

304 A British porcelain two-handled pedestal ovoid vase, painted with colourful summer flowers, scroll gilt handles, spreading circular base, square plinth, 18.5cm high, c.1820 £120 - £180 305 A British Porcelain two-handled pedestal waisted cylindrical vase, possibly Welsh, painted with roses and forget-me-nots, gilt banded border, divided leafy handles, square base, 18.5cm high, c.1820 £150 - £200 306 A Caughley Cormorant pattern blue and white shaped tea bowl and coffee cup, printed with fishermen, pagoda and rockwork within cell border, c.1770; a Caughley Fenced Garden pattern tea bowl and saucer, S mark, c.1780; a Caughley Fence and House pattern coffee cup, c.1785 (4) £100 - £150

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307 A Cauldon circular plate, painted by George Jessop, signed, well painted colourful summer flowers, the tooled gilt banded border with foliate swags, 22cm diam, printed mark, inscribed in puce To Annie With Best Wishes Nov 1st 1914 From George Annie was the wife of George Jessop and a gilder at Royal Crown Derby £60 - £100 308 A Caverswall Commemorative tapering square vase and cover, made to commemorate seven hundred years of the Tower of London, painted by R Shufflebottom, with views of the Bloody Tower, The Chapel of St John, the White Tower, a Raven, 31.5cm high, limited edition 9/9, boxed £300 - £400

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309 A Coalbrookedale garniture, each encrusted with flowers and foliage, leafy scroll handles, shaped circular bases, 32cm high, 30cm high, c.1880 £60 - £100

311 A John Bevington Meissen figural sweetmeat basket, glazed in white, modelled as a classical lady seated by a shell shaped oval dish, Rococo scroll moulded base, 25cm long, blue crossed swords, incised 1441, c. 1872-1895 £60 - £100 312 A late 18th century .English hard paste tea bowl and saucer, probably Baddeley Littler, painted in Chinese export style with flower and foliage, Famille Rose rim, c.1790; a hard paste English tea bowl and saucer, perhaps Wolf Mason Factory Z, with stylised floral border, brown line rim, c.1800 (2) £70 - £100

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314 A pair of English Porcelain two handled pedestal vases, painted with colourful summer flowers, encrusted with carnations, convolvolus and other flowers, the base and handles picked out in green and gilt with buds and foliage, 20cm high, c.1840; another, 31cm high (3) £100 - £150

313 A Limehouse pickle dish, decorated in underglaze blue with stylised flower, scrolls and dotted leaves, C-scroll border, initialed M.OL, 12.5cm wide, c.1755 £300 - £500 For more images please visit

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321 A Victorian part dessert service, comprising six shaped circular plates and two two-handled baskets, painted with colourful summer sprays, turquoise and pink borders with stylised leaves and foliage, picked out in yellow and gilt, 31cm wide, c.1860 (8) £60 - £100 322 A Victorian Staffordshire dinner service, in the Coalport manner, decorated with colourful floral sprigs, the ground moulded with C-scrolls and foliage,banded in blue, oversize bud finials, comprising three vegetable dishes and covers, sauce tureen, cover and stand, four graduated serving dishes, twelve soup dishes, twenty-six 25.5cm dinner plates fifteen 23.5cm diam side plates, c.1840 £100 - £150

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315 A pair of Lloyd of Shelton porcelain groups,The Lion and lamb, the recumbent lion with head turned to left and right and in luxuriant mane, the diminutive lamb to fore, shaped rectangular gilt line bases, 10cm high, c1830 £300 - £500

323 A Wolf Mason Lucock Factory Z octagonal plate, painted in underglaze blue with fisherman, elaborated floral border, 22cm wide, c.1800 £120 - £180

317 A Parian ware portrait bust, of a young girl, her face partially beneath a veil, her hair with floral chaplet, waisted socle, 28cm high; another, similar (2) £100 - £150

324 A Bow model of a cherub, standing holding a basket, wearing a floral chaplet and garland, circular base applied with flowers and foliage, 12.5cm high, c.1770 £70 - £100 325 A Bow model of a cherub, standing holding a basket, wearing a floral chaplet and garland, circular base applied with flowers and foliage, 12.5cm high, red anchor, c.1770 £70 - £100

330 A Coalport Union shaped circular plate, painted with fanciful birds, gilt dentil cartouche, turquoise banded border, gadrooned rim, 23cm diam, c.1820 £120 - £180 331 A Coalport Union shaped circular plate, painted with summer flowers, gilt dentil cartouche, turquoise banded border, gadrooned rim, 23cm diam, c.1820 £120 - £180 332 A Coalport Named View shaped circular plate, painted by P. Simpson, signed, with Loch Tay, within raised gilded cartouche, the cobalt blue ground with raised acanthus scrolls and foliage, gadrooned rim, 22cm diam, printed mark £150 - £200

333 A pair of Coalport Named View shaped circular plates, painted by J Oldfield, signed, with Donolly Castle and Loch Lummand, within raised gilded cartouche, the cobalt blue ground with raised acanthus scrolls and foliage, gadrooned rims, 22cm diam, printed marks £150 - £200

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318 A Parian ware portrait bust, probably Copeland, of a young beauty, her hair in curls, waisted socle, 30cm high, the foot rim impressed 1-52, h272, c.1870 £120 - £180

334 A Coalport Named View shaped circular plate, painted by Arthur Perry, signed, with From Mill and Dale, within raised gilded cartouche, the cobalt blue ground with raised acanthus scrolls and foliage, gadrooned rim, 22cm diam, printed mark £150 - £200

319 A set of three English porcelain ewers, painted with landscapes, the verso with colourful summer flowers, within relief stiff leaves and encrusted with flowers, 28cm high, diamond registration for 1862 £60 - £100

335 A pair of Coalport Named View shaped oval twohandled plates, painted by P Simpson, signed with Rydal Water and Kilchurn Castle, within a gilt leafy C-scroll cartouche, the cobalt blue border with four shaped reserves, 22cm 29.5cm wide, titled, printed marks £300 - £400

320 A Swansea circular plate, painted with floral sprays, gilt line border, 20cm diam, c.1815 £100 - £150 For more images please visit

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336 A Coalport Named View shaped circular plate, painted with Wier Bridge, within raised gilded cartouche, the cobalt blue ground with raised acanthus scrolls and foliage, gadrooned rim, 22cm diam, printed mark £60 - £100

337 A Coalport Named View shaped oval two-handled dish, painted by A Perry, signed, with Chillingham Castle, within raised gilded cartouche, the cobalt blue ground with raised acanthus scrolls and foliage, gadrooned rim, 31.5cm wide, printed mark £100 - £150 338 A Coalport Named View shaped circular plate, painted by E. O. Ball, signed with Loch Lummel, within a gilt leafy C-scroll cartouche, the cobalt blue border with three shaped reserves, 22cm diam, £70 - £100

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339 A Coalport shaped circular plate, painted to centre with Lapwing, within a gilt circular cartouche, the deep peach border applied in gilt with stylised scrolls, gadrooned rim, monogrammed J.B., 22cm diam, printed mark over stamped in gold Chicago Exhibition 1893 £100 - £120

343 A Coalport two-handled lobed oval tray, painted with Witley Court, Worcestershire, the residence of Her Majesty Queen Adelaide, the rose pompadour border reserved with flower sprays in raised gilt scrolls, the handles pierced and picked out in gilt, 31cm wide, iron red script, mark for John Sparks of Worcester, c.1855 £300 - £400

340 A Coalport shaped circular plate, painted to centre with Woodcock, within a gilt circular cartouche, the deep peach border applied in gilt with stylised scrolls, gadrooned rim, monogrammed J.B., 22cm diam, printed mark over stamped in gold Chicago Exhibition 1893 £70 - £100

344 A Christian’s Liverpool sparrow beak jug, decorated in polychrome with stylised rose and foliage, loop handle, 8.5cm high, c.1770 £100 - £150 345 A Liverpool coffee cup, Sadler printed in monochrome with La Cascade, the interior with crowfoot border, 6.5cm high, c.1770 Brown P.W.V. 7 Liverpool label £70 - £100

341 A Coalport shaped circular plate, painted to centre with Brent Goose, within a gilt circular cartouche, the deep peach border applied in gilt with stylised scrolls, gadrooned rim, monogrammed J.B., 22cm diam, printed mark over stamped in gold Chicago Exhibition 1893 £70 - £100

346 A Liverpool cylindrical coffee can, decorated in polychrome with roses and foliage, 6.5cm high, c.1770 £100 - £150

342 A Caughley cabbage leaf moulded mask jug, printed in underglaze blue with the Cormorant Fisherman pattern, C-scroll handle, 23.5cm high, c.1770 £200 - £300

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347 A Liverpool shaped circular Cormorant pattern plate, crimpled rim, 19.5cm diam, c.1790; a Liverpool fluted bowl, printed with four bouquets of flowers and foliage, 10cm diam, c.1790; £60 - £100

360 A Worcester Three Flowers pattern tea bowl and saucer, printed in under glazed blue with flowers, foliage and moth, tram line border, crescent mark, c.1770; a Worcester Cormorant pattern tea bowl, printed with fishermen, pagoda and rockwork within cell border, crescent mark, c.1770; a Worcester Mother and Child pattern saucer, printed in underglaze blue with mother seated before fanciful jardiniére, her child looking upwards, blue line border, crescent mark, c.1775 (4) £100 - £150

348 A Seth Pennington Liverpool tea bowl and saucer, decorated in underglaze blue with stags in a landscape, the saucer with cell border, the tea bowl with scrolling foliage, c.1790; a Philip Christian and Co Liverpool Bird on a Branch pattern saucer, 12.5cm diam, c.1775; a Pennington`s Liverpool tea bowl and saucer printed with a Chinese figure holding a long-tailed bird, c.1775; etc (4) £60 - £100

361 A Worcester Three Flowers pattern ovoid tea canister, printed in under glazed blue with flowers, foliage and moth, tram line border, 13cm high, crescent mark, c.1770; another, fluted, decorated with gilt foliate swags, 14cm high, c.1770 (2) £100 - £150

350 A Rockingham shaped oval basket, the centre painted with The Needles, Isle of Wight, the border encrusted with chrysanthemums, flowers and other foliage, rustic handle, 31cm wide, printed mark in red, c.1830 (faults) £70 - £90

362 A Worcester Temple shaped hexagonal teapot stand, in under glaze blue with pagodas, figures, fence and foliage, 15cm wide, workman’s mark, c.1780 £60 - £100

351 A set of four shaped circular Rockingham plates, the centres painted with bouquet of colourful summer flowers on an apple green ground, gadrooned rim, 25cm diam, printed marks in red (4) £150 - £200

363 A Worcester tea bowl, in relief with feathered mouldings, decorated in underglaze blue with flowers and sprigs, workman’s mark, c.1756; a Worcester Chrysanthemum moulded coffee cup, painted in underglaze blue with banded trellis and petal lower border, 6cm high, crescent mark, c.1765 (2) £60 - £100

352 A pair of Rockingham Botanical shaped circular dessert plates, Lathyrus Sativus and Centaurea Scabiosa, within gilt borders, 20.5cm diam, red Griffin marks; a pair of Rockingham circular plates, the field painted with floral sprig, the border with flowers of the British Empire, 23cm diam, Griffin in puce’ etc (5) £200 - £300

364 A Worcester tea bowl and saucer, in relief with feathered mouldings, decorated in underglaze blue with flowers and sprigs, workman’s mark, c.1756 £100 - £150

353 A Pinxton fluted coffee can, pattern no. 314, decorated with cornflower sprigs, below gilt swags and band of alternating roundels and diamonds, gilt line borders, c.1800 £60 - £100

365 A Worcester sucrier and cover, painted in leafy sprigs, in green outlined in black, flower finial, gilt line rims, 12.5cm high, c.1780 £60 - £80

354 A Pinxton oval cream jug, pattern No. 301, decorated in polychrome and gilt with a band of scrolling swags, gilt line borders, high handle, 12cm high, marked EF in puce script, c.1800 £70 - £100

366 A Worcester sparrow beak jug, coffee cup and saucers and side plate, each decorated in the workshop of James Giles, with gilt dentil borders, milk jug 11cm high, fret mark, c.1770 £120 - £180

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367 A Worcester sparrow beak jug, in polychrome with floral bouquet and scattered sprigs, gilt line rim, 9cm high, c.1770 £70 - £100

375 A Worcester fluted tea bowl and saucer, decorated in underglaze blue with central sprig, banded in blue, deep blue rim, c.1770; other tea ware, Derby, Worcester; etc £70 - £100

368 A Worcester Prunus Root pattern tea bowl and saucers, each printed in underglaze blue with scrolling prunus branches and foliage, W and crescent mark, c.1775 £120 - £180

369 A Worcester Pomegranate pattern shaped circular plate, printed in underglaze blue with peony, pine cones and foliage, diaper border, 19cm diam, crescent mark; a similar strainer dish, 19.5cm diam, crescent mark; a Three Flowers saucer, 12cm diam; Mansfield pattern coffee cup; etc (6) £60 - £100

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376 A Worcester Flight Barr and Barr shaped circular plate, painted with Beauchief Abbey, Derbyshire, within gilt cartouche, maroon ground, gadrooned rim, 22cm diam, printed and impressed mark, c.1820 £200 - £300

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377 A Worcester Fence pattern toy tea bowl and saucers, each printed in underglaze blue with fence, peonies and birds in flight, tram line border, crescent mark, c.1775 £70 - £90

370 A Worcester Peony pattern patty pan, everted rim, 11.5cm diam, crescent mark £200 - £300 371 A Worcester ogee shaped two-handled Japan pattern cup, with alternating panels of Kakiemon flowers and stylized chrysanthemum mons, pseudo Chinese mark, c.176570; a Worcester fluted teacup, decorated with stylised flowers within a gilt cartouche, the interior with turquoise scrolls and flowerheads, c.1770 (2) £100 - £150

378 A Worcester Fence pattern circular plate, printed in underglaze blue with stylised flowers and fence, cell border, 15.5cm diam, crescent mark, c.1770; a similar saucer, 10.5cm diam, c.1770 (2) £60 - £100 379 A Worcester cylindrical mug, decorated in underglaze blue with Natural Sprays, 9cm high, crescent mark, c.1770 £120 - £180

372 A Worcester low Chelsea ewer, spiral moulded with acanthus leaves and painted with polychrome flowers, gilt rim, unmarked, c.1770 £150 - £200

380 A Worcester Circle Landscape pattern tea bowl and saucer, printed in underglaze blue, crescent mark, c.1770 £60 - £100

373 A Worcester low Chelsea ewer, painted in polychrome with scattered floral spray, moulded in relief with stiff leaves, gilt line rim, 6cm high, c.1770 £150 - £200

381 A Worcester Cannon Ball pattern tea bowl and saucer, printed in underglaze blue with pagoda, trees, rock work and cannon balls, trellis border, crescent, c.1770 £80 - £120

374 A Worcester Gilliflower pattern fluted tea bowl and saucer, transfer printed in underglaze blue, crescent mark, c.1780 £80 - £120

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382 A Worcester Cannon Ball pattern tea bowl and saucer, decorated in underglaze blue with pagoda, pine trees and cannon balls, c.1775; another (2) £60 - £100

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385 A Worcester cabbage leaf moulded Dutch jug, printed in underglaze blue with scrolling flowers and foliage, leafy loop handle, 22cm high, crescent mark, c.1770 £100 - £150

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383 A Worcester cabbage leaf moulded mask jug, printed in underglaze blue with the Three Flowers pattern, C-scroll handle, 17.5cm high, hatched crescent mark, c.1770 £120 - £180

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386 A Worcester Boy on a Buffalo pattern waisted cylindrical coffee cup, pencilled in black monochrome boy, buffalo, pine tree spires and foliage, painted workman`s mark, c1755-56 £200 - £300 387 A Worcester blue and white Three Flowers pattern globular teapot and cover, printed with flowers, foliage and butterfly, tramline border, flower finial, 14cm high, c.1770 £60 - £100

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384 A Worcester cabbage leaf moulded mask jug, printed in underglaze blue with the Marrow and Fruit Sprays pattern, C-scroll handle, 21cm high, crescent mark, c.1770 £250 - £350 For more images please visit

388 A Worcester blue and white Mansfield pattern sparrow beak milk jug, printed with flower and scrolling foliage, tramline border, 12cm high, c.1770 £60 - £100

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389 A Worcester blue and white Mansfield pattern globular teapot and cover, printed with flowers and scrolling, tramline border, 14cm high, c.1770 £60 - £100 390 A Worcester blue and white lobed sauce boat, in underglaze blue with stylised flower, the interior with cell border, 16.5cm wide, crescent mark £100 - £150

391 A Worcester blue and white Fence pattern sparrow beak milk jug, printed with fence, peonies and foliage, tramline border, 12cm high, c.1770 £60 - £100

392 A Barr Worcester circular plate, painted in monochrome with shells, gilt line borders, 20cm diam, c.1800; a Coalport Chelsea ewer, decorated with scattered flowerheads, pink line borders, 6.5cm high, c.1800 Godden Reference Collectors label £70 - £100

393 A Flight Barr and Barr Worcester circular dessert plates, each painted by William Billingsley, with central bouquet of colourful summer flowers, the rims with floral sprigs, gilt line rims, 20cm diam, printed and impressed marks, c.1810 £100 - £150

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395 A Graingers & Co Worcester bulbous jug, well painted with hounds on the scent, within a gilt rectangular cartouche, the neck with Regency anthemions and acanthus scrolls, 24cm high, scrip mark, c.1811 £200 - £300

394 A Flight Barr and Barr dessert service, painted with cornflowers in pink and blue, gilt stems and foliage, comprising nine circular plates, three shaped oval plates and three shaped square dishes, 22.5cm wide and 20.5cm diam, impressed marks, 1783 - 1840 £300 - £500 For more images please visit

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397 A pair of Royal Worcester Aesthetic Movement vases, in relief in gilt with cranes, pine tree and bird in flight, picked out in red, 10.5cm high, green crown and circle mark, date code for 1879, shape no.605 £60 - £100

398 A pair of Royal Worcester Hadley figural table salts, modelled with girl and boy holding oversize baskets, both wearing summer boaters, outlined in gilt, rocky oval bases, 20cm high, impressed and printed marks £200 - £300

399 A Royal Worcester candlesnuffer, Mrs Caudle, wearing pointed bonnet, tied with a blue ribbon, lightly coloured, 8cm high, printed crown and circle mark, c.1895; others, Mr Caudle, wearing a night cap and blanket, lightly coloured, 8cm high, printed crown and circle mark; Granny Snow, blush ivory, picked out in gilt, the elderly lady, wearing straw bonnet, shawls and dress, her hands raised to the heat of the candles, 7.5cm high, printed crown and circle mark in green, date code for 1901 (3) £100 - £150

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400 A Royal Worcester lobed ovoid jug, painted with Hadley style yellow and pink roses, applied coloured clay borders and gilt rims, 22.5cm high, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1905, 177/10 £100 - £150

401 A Royal Worcester shaped circular plate, painted by Harry Davis, signed, Bellys.y.Coed (sic), within gilt cartouche, the rim with eight floral reserves, on cobalt blue ground, feathered border, 22cm diam, printed mark, printed crown and circle, date 1906 £180 - £220 402 A Royal Worcester trumpet vase, painted by Ricketts, signed, with apples and berries on a mossy bank, gilt borders, 18.5cm high, printed crown and circle mark in puce, shape no.G923 £80 - £120

403 A set of five Royal Worcester shaped square dessert plates, each painted by Ayrton, Townsend and Baghall with ripe fruit, the borders printed with stylised leaves in black picked out in gilt, 21cm wide, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1923 £60 - £100

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404 A Worcester leafy shaped pickle dish, painted in underglaze blue with scrolling foliage, the verso with veins in relief, 14.5cm wide, workman's mark, c.1770 £400 - £600

Derby

410 A Chelsea Derby lobed lozenge shaped dish, decorated with colourful floral sprays, the border with interlocking laurel chain with rose to centre, gilt dentil rim, 39cm wide, crown and D mark in blue, c.1790 £80 - £120

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396 A James Hadley Worcester two-handled globular vase, printed and painted with stylised flowerhead and scrolls, leafy handles to shoulders, 18.5cm high, printed mark £120 - £180 For more images please visit

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414 A Derby biscuit figure group, of a courting couple, the beau clasps the hand of his sweetheart, circular base applied with bocage, 28cm high, incised N366, crown, crossed batons and D mark, c.1790; another, of a gentleman carrying a basket of flowers, rustic base applied with bocage, 13.5cm high, incised N20, crown, crossed batons and D mark, c.1780 (2) £100 - £150 411

411 A Derby Armorial shell shape plate, decorated in the Chinese manner with Coat of Arms, the rim with blossoming foliage and pagoda, 23cm wide, c.1800

The arms are for Gresley Bt of Drakelow Hall quartering Wasteneys with Bowyer Bt. in pretence,. for Sir Thomas Gresley 4th Bt.(1699-1746) who married Dorothy daughter and heiress of Sir William Bowyer of Knipersley Staffs. £60 - £100

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415 A Derby biscuit figure group, of two virgins awakening Cupid, rocky base applied with bocage, 33.5cm high, incised N 195, crown, crossed batons and D mark, c.1780; another, of a Shepherdess beside a rustic gate, she stands, admiring a lamb, her faithful hound asleep at her feet, oval base, incised N 395, * for repairer Issac Farnsworth and crown, crossed batons and D mark, c.1780 (2) £100 - £150

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412 A Derby armorial fluted navette shaped pedestal dish, painted in coloured enamels with the arms of the Gresley family of Drakelow Hall, the crested border in the Chinese taste with pagodas, wall, a gate, butterflies and flowers, outlined in gilt, 31.1cm wide, c.1800 £100 - £150 413 A Derby asparagus server, of typical form, painted in underglaze blue with pagoda and foliage, cell border, 8cm wide, c.1770 £70 - £100

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416 A Derby botanical heart shaped dish, painted with Helleborus Hyemalis, Winter Hellebore, titled to verso, gilt leafy border, 26cm wide, pattern no. 115, blue crown, crossed batons and D mark, 26cm wide, c.1790 £60 - £100

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417 A Derby botanical navette shaped sauce tureen, cover and stand, pattern no.115, painted with Erica Vagans, Erinus Alpinus, Ixia Bulbocodium and Manulea Tormentosa, within gilt borders of leaves and ferns, scrolling branch handles, the stand 24.5cm wide,blue crown, crossed batons and D mark, c.1790 £100 - £150

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420 A Derby circular botanical plate, painted with Mose Rose Buds, titled to verso, fluted border in gilt with a continuous band of buds and leaf sprays, 23.5cm diam, blue crown, crossed batons and D mark, c.1780 Note:This border is described in the pattern book as Plants and Gold border by J Lead £200 - £300

421 A Derby Hare Coursing circular plate, the field painted with hare being chased, gilt fret oval cartouche on a bloom ground, the rim with gilt stylised foliage, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, c.1790 £50 - £70

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418 A Derby bowed oval sauce tureen, cover and stand, painted with Cupid’s regalia and roses within shaped reserves, the stand with a putto enjoying wine from a barrel, the borders gilded with scrolling acanthus and jewelled on a cobalt blue ground, 23cm wide, gilder’s mark 1 for Thomas Soar, puce crown, crossed batons and D mark, c.1790 £60 - £100

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422 A Derby coffee can and saucer, attributed to Zachariah Boreman, painted with figures walking with a dog, in an extensive landscape, within a rectangular reserve on a ground of Chantilly sprigs, ropetwist handle, the stand 13cm diam, pattern no.223, gilder’s no. 29, puce crown, crossed batons and D mark, c.1800, paper labels

419 A Derby Bute shaped teacup and saucer, pattern 561, banded with gilt foliage, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, c.1815; other tea ware, pattern 36; pattern 83; a coffee can, painted with scattered roses; another, Bloor; etc (7) £60 - £100

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423 A Derby coffee cup and saucer, decorated in blue and gilt with bands of leaves, vine and paterae, the saucer 13cm diam, gilders no. 8 for William Longdon, puce crown, crossed batons and D mark; a spirally fluted coffee cup, teacup, and saucer, bloom and gilt pendant border, the saucer 13cm diam, pattern 90, crown, crossed batons and D mark, c.1790; others (12) £60 - £100 424 A Derby compressed campana salt gilt and painted in puce with flowers, anthemion, leafy scrolls and swags on a salmon ground, gilt borders, 7cm over handles, gilder’s no.33 for Thomas Till, puce crown, crossed batons and D mark, c.1800; a Derby quatrefoil spoon tray, gilt and painted with blue bands entwined by vine, gilt pendant border, 13cm wide, c.1800; a Derby rounded rectangular plaque, painted with a spray of colourful summer flowers, initialled RH, 14.5cm x 11cm puce crowned D mark (3) £60 - £100

425 A Derby cylindrical inkwell, ring loop handle, decorated in gilt on a cobalt blue ground, 11cm diam, circle mark, c.1820; a similar Derby cylindrical pot, 6cm diam, c.1790; a Derby fluted saucer, painted in polychrome with floral sprays, 12.5cm diam, crown and D mark in blue; other late 18th/early 19th Derby (13) £60 - £100

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427 A Derby figure group, of Gaultherus and Griselda, the young Griselda wearing simple floral dress kneels bleeding before Gaultherus, he stands wearing plumed cap, tunic, breeches and riding boots with a mantle thrown over his left shoulder, a sword lies between them, circular base with broad gilt band, 20cm high, incised title and model no. 390, c.1825 £200 - £300 428 A Derby figure, Fire From The Four Elements, ascribed to Pierre Stephan, the youth with upraised right arm, his coat, waistcoat and breeches, picked out in gilt, octagonal gilt line Greek key base, 17.5cm high, pseudo marks in blue, incised No 3 £60 - £100

426

426 A Derby demi-lune bough pot, painted with a band of roses and sprigs, within borders of flowering leafy stems, rams mask handles, picked out in gilt, 25cm wide, red crown, crossed batons and D mark, c.1810 £60 - £100

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429 A Derby flared cylindrical cream jug, painted with grey parasols within a continuous band of colourful leafy scrolls and flowering swags, cobalt blue banded borders gilt with further swags and leafy stem, angular scroll capped handle, 7.5cm high, pattern no. 178, gilder’s no. 11, puce crown, crossed batons and D mark, c.1795; another, spirally fluted and moulded with acanthus, 7cm high, puce crown, crossed batons and D mark, c.1795 (2) £60 - £100

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430 A Derby fluted sugar box and cover, knop finial, gilt with leaves and jewelled on cobalt blue bands, 12cm high, pattern no. 69, puce crown, crossed batons and D mark, c.1790; another, pattern no. 115; another, pattern no. 195 (3) £80 - £120

434 A Derby mask mug, modelled as the crowned head of Jupiter, naturalistically modelled and picked out in enamels and gilt, divided scrolling branch handle, 10cm high, gilder’s no.8, impressed star, puce crown, crossed batons and D mark, c.1795 £60 - £100

431 A Derby ice pail and cover, decorated with chantilly sprigs, the deep lid with acorn finial supported by lotus leaves, the pail with angular handles terminating in leaves, 27.5cm high overall, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, c.1800 £60 - £100

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435 A Derby named view bombé shaped bough pot, attributed to John Brewer, painted with Grange in Borrowdale, within a rectangular reserve on a salmon ground, gilt with leaves and tendrils, acanthus moulded handles, scroll feet, 18cm wide, red crown, crossed batons and D mark, c.1805 £200 - £300 432

432 A Derby ice pail, pattern no.270, decorated in colours and gilt with sprays and borders of scrolling flowering stems, shell handles, rustic branch loop finial, 25cm high, puce crown, crossed batons and D mark, c.1800 £100 - £150

433 A Derby Mansfield decorated fluted tapering cylindrical sucrier and cover, oval ring handles, decorated with central leafy sprig with red berries, the border with band of scrolling leaves, gilt line rim,17cm high, c.1800; a set of six similar fluted coffee cans (7) £250 - £350

436

436 A Derby named view Bute shape teacup, saucer and side plate, painted with Bruar Upper Fall, Castle Campbell and Macduff Castle, within borders of gilt swags and cobalt blue bands, the saucer 16cm diam, inscribed in red, c.1800, paper label for E W Kirk, no. 320 £60 - £100

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437 A Derby named view coffee can and saucer, painted with landscapes, In Italy, Near Matlock, Derbyshire and Near Ashbourne Derbyshire, within shaped reserves, the gilded by James Clark with diapers, the saucer 14cm diam, gilders no.2, red crown, crossed batons and D mark, c.1805 £60 - £100

441 A Derby Named View navette shaped two-handled sauce tureen, painted probably by Thomas Jockey Hill, with Hobbies Hawnear Edinburgh and Near Perth, Scotland, within oval reserves flanked by gilt stars, lunettes and opaque jewels on a cobalt banded ground, spreading oval foot, pattern no. 262, crown, crossed batons and D mark, 21.5cm wide, c.1790 £60 - £100

438 A Derby Named View coffee cup and saucer, Near Kilburn, Derbyshire and In Cumberland, within gilt Regency scrolls, D, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, c.1800 £150 - £200

442 A Derby ogee breakfast cup and stand, cobalt blue banded border, gilt with swags and scattered sprigs, the saucer 15.5cm diam, pattern no.31, puce crown, crossed batons and D mark, c.1790; a fluted tea bowl and saucer, painted and gilt with scrolling flowering leafy stems and scattered sprigs, moulded with acanthus, the saucer 13.5cm diam, pattern no.111, puce crown, crossed batons and D mark, c.1790; an Imari teacup and saucer, painted with flowers within oval cartouches, picked out in gilt on a cobalt ground, the saucer 14cm diam, crossed pitchforks mark; etc (9) £60 - £100

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439 A Derby Named View cylindrical two-handled chocolate cup, painted with landscapes, Near Amsterdam, Holland and Near Glocester (sic), within shaped reserves on a ground gilded with leafy branches, angular scroll handles, 8cm high, pattern no. 42, red crown, crossed batons and D mark, c.1805 £60 - £100 443

443 A Derby ornithological circular plate, painted in the manner of Richard Dodson, with fanciful birds perched on a branch beside a river, the border gilded by John Whittaker with bands of leafy scrolls on a turquoise ground, 22cm diam, gilder’s no.37, red crown, crossed batons and D mark, c.1820 Paper label for W Salt, Art Dealer, High Street, Buxton £60 - £100

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440 A Derby Named View drum shaped teapot, painted with landscapes, Near Dalkeith, Scotland and Near Wells, Somersetshire, the border in pattern no. 600 in tones of salmon and gilt, arched finial, scroll capped handle, strait spout, 24.5cm long, numbered 582, gilt crowned, crossed batons and D mark, c.1790 £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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449 A Derby shaped circular plate, painted with scattered roses and a spray of colourful summer flowers, within a border of swags and turquoise panels outlined in gilt, 22cm diam, blue crowned D mark, c.1780; a slop bowl, painted with garlands of colourful flowers and swags, within gilt borders on a cobalt ground, 15.5cm diam, blue crowned D mark, c.1780 (2) £60 - £100 450 A Derby shaped circular plate, pattern 152, painted with a central full blown rose in fluted salmon pink and gilt border, scalloped rim, 23cm diam, crown and D mark in puce, c.1790; a Chelsea Derby shaped circular plate, painted with flowers in a central blue circle surmounted by three large floral sprays, Smith’s blue border, 22.5cm diam, crown and D mark in blue, c.1790 (3) £100 - £150

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444 A Derby part service, pattern 54, comprising six coffee cups, nine saucers, three shaped circular plates, cream jug and bowl, each spirally fluted, applied in gilt with sprigs, banded cobalt blue and gilt border, crown, crossed batons and D mark in puce, c.1790 £150 - £200

451 A Derby shaped circular plate, the centre painted with a rose, within borders of gilt roundels and batons on cobalt blue bands, 22cm diam, pattern no N18, gilder’s no.2, puce crown, crossed batons and D mark, c.1790; a shaped circular plate, painted with sprays of roses and colourful summer flowers within bands of gilt leafy swags, 22cm diam, puce mark, c.1790, paper label with ink inscription to verso with attribution to William Billingsley by John Haslem; a heart shaped dish and soup plate; a fluted navette shaped dish; another soup plate (6) £80 - £120

445 A Derby Patch Mark figure, Justice, she stands wearing classical robes with her eyes closed, in a puce lined drapery canted square base, 24cm high, c1775 £80 - £120

446 A Derby Patch Mark figure, The Bagpiper, wearing soft hat, fancy jacket and breeches, a dog at his side, pierced scroll base, 13cm high, c.1770 £60 - £100

447 A Derby plates, painted by Robert Brewer or William Cotton to the centre fox hounds in a wooded landscape, the border in gilt with Regency scrolls, 22cm diam, painted crown, crossed batons, D in red, c.1810 £100 - £150

448 A Derby shaped circular plate, brightly painted with three sprays of colourful summer flowers, gilt pendant border, 24.5cm diam, red crown, crossed batons and D mark, c.1810; a Derby boat shaped teapot and stand, pattern no. 28, 31cm long, c.1815; a named view plate, In Italy; a Bloor campana vase; etc (10) £100 - £150 452

452 A Derby shaped oval dish, painted with a flower draped covered urn and butterflies, within a band of looping laurel swags, to verso with green sprigs, gilt pendant rim, 24.5cm wide, blue crowned D mark, c.1780 £60 - £100

453 A Derby spirally fluted teacup, coffee cup and saucers, gilt with flowerheads and jewelled on Smith’s blue band, gilt wavy pendant border, 13.5cm diam, puce crown, crossed batons and D mark, c.1790; a Derby fluted teacup, coffee cup and saucer, painted in cobalt blue and gilt with batons and falling drops, the saucer 13.5cm diam, pattern no. 152, puce crown, crossed batons and D mark, c.1790; others (15) £100 - £150

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454 A Derby tea and coffee service, pattern 15, banded in cobalt blue and applied with Regency swags, comprising teapot and cover, slop bowl, milk jug, sucrier, two cake plates, eight teacups, eight coffee cups and saucers, crown, crossed baton and D mark in red, c.1805 £60 - £100

462 A pair of Chelsea Derby shaped circular plates, each painted with a flower draped Classical covered urn, within a border of colourful flowering swags, gilt pendant rims, 20cm diam, gold D and anchor marks, c.1775 £60 - £100

463 A pair of Derby patch mark figures, of William Shakespeare and John Milton, each stands, wearing a puce cloak, beside a column piled with books, canted fluted bases, picked out in gilt, 27cm high, no.297 & 305, c.1765 £60 - £100

455 A Derby teacup, coffee cup and saucer, sunflower moulded and painted with puce swags and green paterae and gilt with fruiting vine and tendrils on cobalt blue banded ground, the saucer 13cm diam, blue crowned D mark, c.1780; a fluted tea bowl and saucer, painted with colourful summer flowers and puce swags, the saucer 13.5cm diam, blue crowned D mark (5) £60 - £100

465 An 18th century Derby shaped circular plate, pattern 76, the centre with floral sprig within gilt line border, the rim with light blue and pink leaves, gilt line rims, 22cm diam, crown, crossed baton and D mark in puce, c.1790; others, various patterns £50 - £70

456 A Derby two-handled chocolate cup and cover, gilt and painted with a red ribbon intertwined with leafy sprays, ring finial, 11.5cm high, pattern no. 500, puce crown, crossed batons and D mark, c.1800 £60 - £100

466 A Derby ovoid mask jug, painted in polychrome with ornamental birds and fruit, the verso with sprigs of wheat, Bacchus spout, iron red rim, scroll handle, c.1770 (faults) £60 - £100

457 A Derby two-handled pedestal shaped rectangular basket, painted in the manner of Dodson, with fanciful birds, the deep sides in gilt with Regency scrolls, 28.5cm wide, crown and D mark in red, c.1820 £120 - £180 458 A Derby two-handled shaped square pedestal basket, banded with leafy scrolls in puce, orange and gilt, 30cm wide, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, c.1800 £120 - £180

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467 Major Pares Mourning Service - a Derby plate, the centre decorated by Samuel Keys, after Bewick, in gilt with a bird perched in a tree on a black ground within gilt circular cartouche surrounded by scrolling harebells, the deep black borders with entwined scrolling foliage and dotted line, 21.5cm diam, pattern no. 397, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, c.1812 £300 - £500

459 A garniture of three Derby inverted baluster vases and covers, each painted with alternating panels of oriental figures in colours, divided by gilt cartouches with bridge and foliage in puce, the ground with gilt scrolls, bell shaped covers, bud finials, 18cm and 15cm high, c.1780 £200 - £300

460 A near pair of Derby Named View two-handled pedestal campana vases, In Italy and In Westmorland, cobalt blue ground applied in gilt with Regency scrolls, 20cm high, crown, crossed batons and D D mark in red, c.1810 £100 - £150

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480 A Sampson Hancock Derby figure, of Dr Syntax Sketching, modelled with the protagonist seated on a barrel sketching ducks, oval base, 13cm high, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in puce, with parallel lines for Harry Sampson Hancock, 1915 - 1934 £60 - £100 481 A Sampson Hancock Derby figure, of Dr Syntax Sketching, modelled with the protagonist seated on a barrel sketching ducks, oval base, 13cm high, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in puce, with parallel lines for Harry Sampson Hancock, 1915 - 1934 £100 - £150

482 A Sampson Hancock Derby figure, of Dr Syntax standing holding a cane, gilt lined oval base, 13cm high, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in puce, with parallel lines for Harry Sampson Hancock, 1915 - 1934 £70 - £100

483 A Sampson Hancock novelty candle snuffer, Sarah Gamp, she stands wearing a bonnet, paisley shawl and striped dress, gilt lined circular base, 11cm high, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in blue £60 - £100

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470 A Bloor Derby figure, of a young child kneeling in prayer, on a tasselled puce cushion, 9cm high, red circle mark, c.1825 £50 - £70

471 A Bloor Derby Named View comport, the centre painted with a View in Cumberland, within gilt cartouches, deep cobalt blue border applied in gilt with Regency scrolls, beaded and flowerhead scroll rim, rustic legs, incurved triangular base, ball feet, 28cm diam, ball feet, 17cm high, circle mark, c.1820 £60 - £100

472 A Bloor Derby Named View two-handled lobed ovoid tureen and cover,View in Italy and View in Derbyshire, deep cobalt blue borders applied in gilt with Regency scrolls, reeded loop handles, lion mask terminals, 16cm wide, circle mark, c.1820 £60 - £100

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473 A Bloor Derby shell shaped dish, possibly made for the Earl of Shrewsbury Service, painted with a peach and other ripe fruit, applied in gilt with stiff leaves and stylised flowerheads on emerald green ground, leafy scroll feet, 33cm24cm wide, circular mark, c.1820 £60 - £100

484 A Sampson Hancock Derby figural jug, The Snuff Taker, he stands wearing a top hat, puce collared brown jacket, fancy waistcoat and yellow striped breeches, his hat as the cover, scroll handle, square base, 11.5cm high, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in puce, parallel lines for Harry Sampson Hancock, c.1915 - 1934 £60 - £100

474 A pair of Bloor Derby ewers, encrusted with flowers and foliage, on a green ground, lofty scroll handles, 15.5cm high, D and crown mark £100 - £150

485 A Sampson Hancock Derby figure, The Crying Philosopher, he stands forlorn, wearing a fancy waistcoat, brown jacket and breeches, gilt lined circular base, 11.5cm high, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in puce, parallel lines for Harry Sampson Hancock, c.1915 - 1934 £60 - £100

475 A pair of Bloor Derby Named View two-handled pedestal ovoid vase, painted with a scene, View in Kent and View in Wales on a cobalt blue ground applied in gilt with anthemions and acanthus scrolls, painted crown and circle mark, 23cm high, c.1810 £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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488 A pair of Sampson Hancock floral vases, encrusted with flowers, campana shaped bases, applied with masks, quatrefoil bases, William Larkin S, H, crown crossed swords and D mark in red (Purchased c.1929 at the Markeaton Hall sale, with postcard of provenance) £200 - £300

Royal Crown Derby and Associated Factories

490 A Derby Crown Porcelain Company circular plate, the field with gilt bird in flight, the rim with panels of cherries on a cobalt blue ground divided by stylised panels in pink, 23cm diam, printed and mark £60 - £100 491 A Derby Crown Porcelain teacup and saucer, painted with birds and flowers within oval reserves, divided by pale green panels, jewelled and gilt with leafy swags, the saucer 13.5cm diam, printed mark, date code for 1882; others (3) £60 - £100

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486 A Sampson Hancock figure, of a Turk, standing with black turban, yellow jacket and red bloomers, his hands in his pockets, canted gilt lined square base, 9.5cm high, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in red; another, African Sall, titled, 9.5cm high S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in puce, parallel lines for Harry Sampson Hancock c.1915-1935 (2) £60 - £100

492 A pair of Derby Crown Porcelain Company ovoid vases, long cylindrical necks, rope handles to shoulders, decorated with large flowerheads and foliage, in tones of blue wand red, sponged in gilt, 28.5cm high, printed marks, date codes for 1892 £200 - £300

487 A Sampson Hancock Derby figure, of a young girl carrying a pail and ladles, she stands, wearing a puce head scarf, purple coat and long yellow skirt,picked out in gilt, circular base pierced with leafy scrolls, 22cm high, puce mark, parallel lines for Harry Sampson Hancock, c.1915 - 34; another, of a cobbler, seated at work beside his bench, a bird in a cage above him, naturalistically modelled and coloured in enamels, 15.5cm high, red mark (2) £60 - £100

493 A pair of Royal Crown Derby shaped circular cabinet plates, painted by Cuthbert Gresley, signed, Dovedale, Derbyshire and High Tor, Matlock, moulded leafy scroll borders, 22cm diam, printed marks, titled, date codes for 1893 £60 - £100

494 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern Millennium Globe Barometer and Thermometer set, for Sinclairs, 12.5cm high, 98 and 593/1,000, embossed marks, boxed £150 - £200 495 A Royal Crown Derby circular commemorative plate, painted by Albert Gregory, signed, the centre with monogram, the rim with yellow roses on a black ground, 20cm diam, printed mark in gilt, inscribed A New Year Present to Mary Shuttleworth Bowden from Her Husband 1895 £50 - £80 496 A Royal Crown Derby Mansion House dwarf, richly attired in 17th century cavalier costume, standing, wearing a broad brimmed hat, with advert for Auction of Elegant Household Furniture, 18cm high, printed mark, boxed £100 - £150

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497 A Royal Crown Derby ovoid vase, richly decorated in raised gilt with insects and foliage on a cobalt blue ground, the shoulder in relief with flutes and leafy scrolls, crimpled rim, 28.5cm high, printed mark, date code for 1915 £120 - £180 498 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight,The White Hart Heraldic Stag, printed marks, limited edition 1,630/2,000, boxed £120 - £150

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502 A Royal Crown Derby shaped circular plate, painted by Charles Harris, signed, deep cobalt blue border, with alternating shaped elongated and oval cartouches with flower sprigs, gilt rims, 22cm diam, printed mark, date code for 1901 £200 - £300 503 A Royal Crown Derby shaped circular plate, painted by W.E.J. Dean. signed, with landscape, the undulating rim with gilt swags, 21.5cm diam, printed mark, date code for 1937 £70 - £100

504 A Royal Crown Derby shaped circular plate, painted with thatched cottage in landscape, scroll leafy border, 22cm diam, impressed mark £60 - £100

505 A Royal Crown Derby tea service, for six, comprising six cups, saucers, side plates, bread and butter plate, milk jug and sugar bowl, each in cobalt blue and gilt with stylised flowerheads and scrolls, printed mark, date for 1913 £200 - £300

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499 A Royal Crown Derby Quail Thé a Deux part tea service, comprising Quail teapot, milk jug, sugar bowl and two cups and saucers, each decorated in the Imari palette, printed marks, boxed £150 - £200

506 A Royal Crown Derby The 250 Collection Low Mansion House Dwarf, richly attired in 17th century cavalier costume, wearing an Imari waistcoat, in a broad brimmed hat with notice celebrating 250 years of porcelain in Derby, 19.5cm high, printed mark, limited edition 36/100, boxed £200 - £250

500 A Royal Crown Derby shaped circular plate, Old Derby , Becket Street, with scattered gilt leaves, feathered leaves, 21cm diam, printed mark, date code for 1905; others, High Torr, etc (3) £80 - £120

507 A Royal Crown Derby The 250 Collection Tall Mansion House Dwarf, richly attired in 17th century cavalier costume, wearing an Imari waistcoat, in a pointed hat with advert for China Painter, 19.5cm high, printed mark, limited edition 36/100, boxed £200 - £250

501 A Royal Crown Derby shaped circular plate, painted by Albert Gregory, signed, the field with circular gilt cartouche, painted with peonies and other flowers on a ledge, cobalt blue rim, 22.75cm diam, printed mark, date code for 1924 £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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508 A Royal Crown Derby two -handled dish, painted by Albert Gregory, signed, the field with colourful summer flowers, banded apple border, 29.5cm wide, printed mark, date code for 1924 £220 - £280

520 An Abbeydale Chrysanthemum pattern pagoda and cover, typically decorated with chrysanthemums, stylised foliage and trellis, in red, black and gilt, lofty gilt finial, 32cm high, printed mark £150 - £200

510 A Royal Crown Derby two-handled pedestal ovoid vase, printed in colours divided by cobalt blue tendrils, domed foot with stiff leaves, 25cm high, printed mark, date code for 1909 £150 - £250

522 A large Abbeydale Chrysanthemum pattern dodecagonal fruit bowl, typically decorated with large flowerheads in iron-red on a black ground, picked out in gilt,25.5cm wide, printed mark £150 - £250

509 A Royal Crown Derby two-handle pedestal ovoid vase, printed and painted with colourful summer blossom, outlined in gilt on a cobalt blue ground, gilt handles to shoulders, 18.5cm high, printed mark, date code for 1905 £150 - £200

521 An Abbeydale Chrysanthemum pattern Pagoda shaped vase and cover, typically decorated with large flowerheads in iron-red on a black ground, picked out in gilt, lofty cover, gilt spire finial, four scroll feet, 22.5cm high, printed mark £80 - £120

511 A Royal Crown Derby two-handled pedestal vase, painted by William Edward James Dean, signed, with Derbyshire river and hills within a shaped gilt cartouche, the shoulders in cobalt blue with gilt stylised scrolling foliage, domed base in relief with stiff leaves, domed cover, spire finial, divided scroll handles, 27cm high, printed mark, date code for 1901 £300 - £500

Royal Crown Derby Paperweights

525 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Baby Elephant, exclusive to Mulberry Hall, printed mark, gold stopper, certificate, 561/950, boxed £80 - £120

512 A Royal Crown Derby wavy edge vine plate, painted by WEJ Dean, signed with Dovedale, gilt line rim, 21.5cm diam, printed mark in green £50 - £70

526 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Baby Elephant, exclusive to Mulberry Hall, printed mark, gold stopper, certificate, 561/950, boxed £150 - £250

513 A set of three Royal Crown Derby shaped circular plates, painted by R. Barrett, initialled R. B., with summer flowers, within an apple green banded border, acorn and leaf border, 22.5cm diam, date code for 1927 £100 - £150

527 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Govier’s of Sidmouth Unicorn, printed mark, gold stopper, certificate, limited edition 1,176/2,000, boxed £100 - £150 528 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Harrods Bull, specially commissioned by Harrods, printed mark, gold stopper, certificate, limited edition 294/400, boxed £200 - £300

515 A cased set of six Royal Crown Derby 2451 pattern Empire style coffee cups and saucers, each decorated in the Imari palette, red printed marks, various date codes £70 - £100

529 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, large size Harrods 1999 Elephant, commissioned by Harrods to celebrate their 150th anniversary, printed mark, gold stopper, certificate, limited edition 105/150, boxed £200 - £400

516 A pair of Royal Crown Derby 6299 pattern slender vases, scroll handles to shoulders, four bracket feet, 23cm high, printed mark, date code 1907 £300 - £500 517 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern pedestal shaped square Dolphin centrepiece, all gold border, dolphins to angles, quatrefoil base, 24cm wide, printed mark £300 - £400

530 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Sinclairs Appleby Mare, printed mark, gold stopper, certificate, limited edition 1,056/1,500, boxed £150 - £200

531 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Sinclairs Appleby Mare, printed mark, gold stopper, certificate, limited edition 980/1,500, boxed £150 - £200

518 A Royal Crown Derby Imari 1128 pattern cylindrical biscuit barrel and cover, 23cm high, printed mark £150 - £200

532 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Sinclairs Bakewell Duck, printed mark, gold stopper, certificate, limited edition 63/500, boxed £300 - £400

519 A Royal Crown Derby Imari 1128 pattern cylindrical biscuit barrel and cover, 23cm high, printed mark £150 - £200

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533 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Sinclairs Buxton Badger, printed mark, gold stopper, boxed £70 - £100

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534 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Sinclairs Endangered Species Savannah Leopard, printed mark, gold stopper, certificate, limited edition 863/1,000, boxed £150 - £250

562 A 19th century Staffordshire flatback figure, of The Lion Slayer, Roualeyn George Gordon-Cumming, he stands, holding his gun, the felled beast at his feet, picked out in gilt and coloured in tones of green, brown, yellow and orange, oval base, gilt line border, 41cm high, c.1860 £50 - £70

535 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Sinclairs Endangered Species White Rhino, printed mark, gold stopper, certificate, limited edition 963/1,000, boxed £100 - £150

563 A Creamware horned ram, seated to the right, picked out in green and brown, 7.5cm wide, c.1760 £100 - £150

536 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Sinclairs Race Horse, printed mark, gold stopper, certificate, limited edition 588 of 1,500, boxed £150 - £200

564 A large Minton shaped circular Lazy Susan, decorated with bamboo with silver and gold leaves, 56cm diam, impressed marks, c.1880 £70 - £100

537 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Sinclairs Shire Horse, printed mark, gold stopper, certificate, limited edition 331/1,500, boxed £150 - £200

565 A pair of 19th century treacle glaze furniture rests, modelled as lion masks, 13cm high, c.1850 £40 - £60

538 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Sinclairs Stoney Middleton Squirrel, printed mark, gold stopper, certificate, limited edition 396/500, boxed £70 - £100 539 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, The 250 Collection Golden Pheasant, Celebrating 250 Years of China Manufacture in Derby, printed mark, gold stopper, certificate, boxed £200 - £300

540 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, The 250 Collection Golden Pheasant, Celebrating 250 Years of China Manufacture in Derby, printed mark, gold stopper, certificate, boxed £200 - £300

541 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, The 250 Collection Lady Amherst Pheasant, Celebrating 250 Years of China Manufacture in Derby, printed mark, gold stopper, certificate, boxed £200 - £300

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566 A pair of Moore Brothers table centrepieces, the shaped bowls applied with lily buds and flowerheads supported by cherubs riding gilt dolphins, circular bases, 23.5cm high, impressed mark £70 - £100

542 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, The 250 Collection Lady Amherst Pheasant, Celebrating 250 Years of China Manufacture in Derby, printed mark, gold stopper, certificate, boxed £200 - £300

Pottery

560 A 19th century Improved Stone China blue and white shaped oval meat plate, transfer printed with the Verona pattern, 53cm wide, c.1860 £40 - £60

561 A 19th century Prattware circular plaque, The Truant, printed in polychrome after T Webster, 16cm diam, giltwood and gesso frame £60 - £100

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567 A pair of North of England pottery spaniels, seated to the left and right, incised hair and features, in tan, buff stepped oval bases, 21cm high, c.1860 £100 - £150 50

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568 A pair of Staffordshire figures, Allegorical of the Seasons, Summer, she holds a basket of fruit, Autumn, with wheatsheaf, in colours, 23cm high, early 20th century £60 - £100

569 A Staffordshire figural candlestick, the winged angel standing, holding a flaming torch, square base, 22cm high, c.1800 £60 - £100 570 A Staffordshire pink lustre wash bowl, 31cm diam, c.1850 Starling Collection label £70 - £100

571 A Wedgwood creamware tea service, for twelve, comprising teapot and cover, milk jug, sucrier and cover, teacups and saucers, each painted by A Ball and Everand with large pink cabbage roses, impressed marks. pattern no. A5471 £150 - £200

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579 An early 19th century Staffordshire pottery child’s mug, in blue Love and Live Happy within leafy cartouche, 5.75cm high, c.1800 £60 - £80

572 A Wedgwood white stoneware teapot and cover, in relief with foliate scrolls, King Charles Spaniel finial, 9.5cm high, c.1820-40 £60 - £100

573 An 18th century Pearlware blue and white baluster coffee pot and cover, naively painted with pagoda, bridge and foliage, 26cm high, c.1790 £60 - £100

574 An early 19th century commemorative black basalt teapot and cover, moulded with Wellington being crowned with a wreath of laurels by Britannia, the reverse inscribed ‘India, Portugal & Spain,Vittoria 21 June 1813’, lion head spout, flower finial, serpent handle, 26.5cm. long, c.1813 £200 - £300 575 An early 19th century creamware mugs, decorated with fanciful birds, red feathered border, 14.5cm high, c.1800 £60 - £100

576 An early 19th century English pottery Bridge Less Willow pattern pierced two-handled oval basket on stand, printed in underglaze blue with fence and pagoda, rustic handles, 23cm wide, c.1790; a Pearlware shaped circular plate, in underglaze blue with stylised foliate sprays, 21cm diam, label to verso, c.1790 The label claims ‘ This plate was used by one Samuel Whetlock of Barley at dinner given to commemorate the Battle of Waterloo on 18th June 1815 when Napoleon was defeated £60 - £100

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580 A Staffordshire figure, General Gordon, he stands wearing a fez and blue military jacket, gilt lined titled base, 44cm high, c.1870 £100 - £150

577 An early 19th century Pearlware figure group, of a boy playing the bagpipes, his companion seat by his side with dog, rocky base with stream, 19cm high, c.1810 £50 - £70

581 A Staffordshire flatback model, of a Highland lass riding side saddle on a zebra, oval grassy base, 16cm high, c.1860 £60 - £100

578 An early 19th century Pearlware oval plaque, in relief with theatrical scene, 13cm high, c.1810 £80 - £120

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582 A Sunderland Lustre shaped rectangular wall plaque, printed in black with Mariners Arms, the frame in lustre, the border in relief with black leafy scrolls, 21cm x 23cm £60 - £100

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588 A 19th century brown salt glazed recumbent lion, oval base, 17cm wide, c.1840 £60 - £100

585 A 19th century Brampton brown salt glazed stoneware basket, in relief with basketwork, 19cm long, c.1840 £60 - £100

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589 A 19th century brown salt glazed recumbent lion, shaped base, 23cm wide, c.1840 £100 - £150

586 A 19th century Brampton brown salt glazed stoneware basket, in relief with basketwork, 26cm long, c.1840 £60 - £100

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590 A 19th century brown salt glazed stoneware furniture rest, in relief with a lion, 14cm high, c.1840; a smaller pair, 11cm high, c.1840 (3) £70 - £100

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587 A 19th century brown salt glazed recumbent lion, high spreading square plinth, incised P.R. Roberts, 25cm wide, c.1840 £70 - £100 For more images please visit

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591 A 19th century brown salt glazed stoneware furniture rest, moulded with Bacchus, 12.5cm high, c.1840; others, moulded with curly haired man, 12.5cm high; man wearing a turban, 12.5cm high, c.1840/60 (3) £70 - £100

592 A 19th century Brampton salt glazed stoneware cylindrical tobacco jar and cover, in relief with sheep, lion mask handles, domed cover, knop finial, 16cm high, c.1850; another, in relief with cherubs inscribed Richard Ingleby, Baslow, 1867, scroll handles, 16cm diam; another, B Boyer, Corby, 1861; others, various (5) £100 - £150

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597 A 19th century Derbyshire brown salt glazed novelty flask, in the form of a pistol, 29cm long, c.1840 £100 - £150

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598 A 19th century Derbyshire brown salt glazed stoneware puzzle jug, pierced with hearts and geometric motifs, sprigged with jolly topers and masks, 22.5cm high, c.1840 £150 - £200

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593 A 19th century brown salt glazed stoneware flask, moulded with with portraits of Queen Victoria and the Duchess of Kent, in a gothic arch, 26cm high, c1840 £100 - £150

594 A 19th century brown salt glazed stoneware puzzle jug, pierced with hearts and geometric motifs, sprigged with jolly topers, windmill and jolly topers, 20cm high, c.1840; another (2) £100 - £150

595 A 19th century brown salt glazed stoneware tea canister, incised Black Tea, in relief with masks, scrolls and stylised flowerheads, 15.5cm high, c.1840; another, larger, 19.5cm high (2) £100 - £150 596 A 19th century brown salt glazed stoneware waisted baluster tobacco jar, in relief with a man taking snuff, 28cm high, c.1860; another, cylindrical, 17cm high; a Chesterfield cylindrical hot water bottle, applied with stylised foliage, 30cm high; etc (4) £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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599 A 19th century Fulham brown salt glazed stoneware furniture rest, in relief with Prince Albert, 11cm high, c.1840 £70 - £100 53

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600 A 19th century Lambeth brown salt glazed stoneware puzzle jug, pierced and sprigged with hunter, hounds and horses, 19cm high, c.1840 £60 - £100

604 A Brampton brown salt glazed stoneware Toby jug, seated holding a scaled jug of foaming beer, wearing a tricorn hat and long jacket, canted rectangular plinth, 26.5cm high, late 19th century £200 - £300

605 A Brampton Derbyshire salt glazed stoneware Hunting jug, in relief with dead game, greyhound loop handle, 20cm high, c.1840; other jugs, with stiff leaves and anthemions, 18cm high; others, various (4) £60 - £100

606 A Derbyshire brown salt glaze stoneware Commemorative jug, Prince Albert and Queen Victoria, in relief with coat of arms, busts and cornucopias, the neck with flowers of the British Empire, 20cm high, c.1837; another, with coat of arms flanked by lions, 18.5cm high, c.1850 (2) £60 - £100

607 A Derbyshire brown salt glaze stoneware Commemorative mug, Prince Albert and Queen Victoria, in relief with busts and cornucopias, 8cm high, c.1837; another, inscribed William Harper Born April 9th 1865, 8cm high; others, in relief with hand clasping an oak branch, 8.5cm high; etc (5) £60 - £100

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601 A 19th Century Oldfield Potteries stoneware reform spirit flask, Old Tom, seated on a barrel, 22.5cm high, c.1840 £60 - £100

608 A Derbyshire brown salt glaze stoneware foot warmer, Nawell’s Patent, 23cm log; a similar match/spill holder, of rectangular form, 14cm long, c.1860; a novelty hip flask, in the form of a book, 12.5cm high (3) £70 - £100

602 A 19th century salt glazed brown stoneware figural spill vase, possibly London, the Chinaman stands in traditional dress by two baskets, oval base, 22cm high, c.1880 £60 - £100

609 A Derbyshire brown salt glaze stoneware jug, in relief with Bacchus mask and leafy scrolls, serpent handle, 13cm high, c.1860; other jugs, various; a compressed panelled teapot and cover, 8cm high; etc (5) £70 - £100

603 A 19th century salt glazed stoneware spirit flask, with profiles of Queen Victorian and Albert, stiff leaves to sides, loop handle, 19.5cm high, c.1840 £50 - £70

610 A Derbyshire brown salt glaze stoneware jug, in relief with jolly topers, trees, huntsman and hounds, plated mount, 20cm high, c.1850; other jugs, similar (4) £60 - £100 611 A Derbyshire brown salt glaze stoneware jug, in relief with jolly topers, trees, huntsman and hounds, plated mount, 20cm high, c.1850; other jugs, similar (4) £60 - £100

612 A Derbyshire brown salt glaze stoneware miniature jug, in relief with scrolls, 8cm high, c.1840; other miniature jugs, various styles (10) £70 - £100

613 A Derbyshire brown salt glaze stoneware novelty cylindrical inkwell, in relief with scrolling vine, 7.5cm diam, c.1840; others, waisted, applied with lion masks, 9cm high; barrel shaped, 7.5cm high; others, various (8) £60 - £100 614 A Derbyshire brown salt glaze stoneware novelty inkwell, as a man, wearing a night cap, 7cm long, c.1830 £60 - £100

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615 A Derbyshire brown salt glaze stoneware pedestal salt, applied with a band of foliage, 7cm diam, c.1860; other, salts; a chamberstick, leafy base, 11.5cm wide, c.1860; a miniature barrel, 8.5cm high; a cylindrical bowl, in relief with vine, 15cm diam, c.1860; a similar pedestal bowl; etc (12) £60 - £100

616 A Derbyshire brown salt glaze stoneware pharmaceutical single spout jar, spreading circular base, 18cm high, c.1860; a Derbyshire brown salt glazed jug, long spout, 26cm high, c.1860; etc (4) £70 - £100 617 A Derbyshire brown salt glaze stoneware tobacco jar, of waisted cylindrical form, 22cm high, a cylindrical storage jar, inscribed Birks, Brampton 1812, 22cm high; other jars; etc (5) £60 - £100

618 A Derbyshire brown salt glaze stoneware twohandled loving cup, in relief with huntsman and hounds, 16cm high, late 19th century; a similar mug, with jolly topers, windmill and foliage, greyhound handle, 13cm high, c.1880; a 19th century Frog mug, in relief with huntsman and hounds in a chase, the interior with frog, 10cm high, c.1870; others, various (4) £60 - £100

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619 A Derbyshire brown salt glaze stoneware twohandled oval basket, the sides in relief with wickerwork, 25cm wide, c.1860; a similar rustic spill holder, 21cm high, c.1860; etc (3) £60 - £100 620 A Derbyshire brown salt glazed stoneware barrel, Brandy, in relief with Coat of Arms, knights on horseback, fruiting vine and lions, 27cm high; others, similar (5) £70 - £100

624

621 A Derbyshire brown salt glazed stoneware, in relief with jolly topers, hinged plated cover, 25cm high, c.1860; others, various (8) £60 - £100 622 A Doulton & Watts Lambeth Pottery stoneware Nelson jug, ropetwist handle, 19cm high, impressed marks £60 - £100

623 A fabulous and large Chesterfield brown salt glazed stoneware jug, made for the 1861 International Exhibition, in relief with gentleman on horseback, lion and cubs at kill, lioness and snake, poacher and hound, huntsmen and hare below baskets of fruit and foliage and bouquets of the flowers of the British Isles, fruiting vine border, ribbed shoulder, the neck with fruit and foliage, greyhound loop handle, 40.5cm high, dated 1861 £200 - £300

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625 A large Derbyshire brown salt glazed stoneware campana loving cup, inscribed Roger & Sarah Vickers, Oakerside, Long may we live happy may we be blest (sic) with content and from all ** free, Septr. 23 1831, impressed with stylised flowering stems, reeded scroll handles, 24cm high, c.1831 £200 - £300

624 A large 19th century brown salt glazed stoneware flask, modelled as the head of a man wearing a night cap, loop handle, 27cm high, c.1840 £100 - £150 For more images please visit

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626 A pair of Brampton brown salt glazed stoneware spittoons, the sides in relief with scrolling vine, 19cm diam, late 19th century; another (3) £60 - £100

630 A Royal Doulton salt glazed stoneware jug, modelled as a bust of Lord Nelson, rope wist handle, 18.5cm high, impressed marks £100 - £150

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627 A pair of Derbyshire brown salt glaze stoneware models, of recumbent dogs, rectangular plinths, 19cm wide, c.1820/30 £100 - £150

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631 An 18th century Nottingham brown salt glazed stoneware two-handled loving cup, of thistle form, incised with James and Elizabeth Stringfellow, Aug 11th 1797, and stylised flowerheads and leafy scrolls, ribbed strap handles, 25.5cm high, late 18th century £400 - £600 628

628 A pair of Derbyshire brown salt glazed stoneware models of spaniels, seated to left and right, oval textured bases, 20.5cm high, c.1850 £100 - £150

632

632 A Brampton brown salt glazed stoneware Toby jug, seated holding a scaled jug of foaming beer, wearing a tricorn hat and long jacket, canted rectangular plinth, 19.5cm high, late 19th century £100 - £150

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633 A 19th century brown salt glazed stoneware Toby jug, seated holding a scaled jug of foaming beer, wearing a tricorn hat and long jacket, canted rectangular plinth, 19.5cm high, late 19th century £100 - £150

635

635 A 19th century Derbyshire brown salt glazed stoneware figure, of a Victorian lady, standing wearing a feathered hat, with full ruffled dress and muff, 17cm high, c.1860 £60 - £100

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634

636 A 19th century Brampton brown salt glazed stoneware two-handled spill vase, in relief with jolly toper, 15.5cm high, c.1840; another, smaller 14cm high, c.1840 £100 - £150

634 A 19th century brown salt glazed stoneware novelty dog jug, pouring from his muzzle, bulbous body, reeded loop handle, 22.5cm high, c.1860 £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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642 A 19th century Paris tapering cylindrical coffee cup and saucer, painted with portrait, within gilt cartouche on a pompadour ground, the saucer with two oval cartouches with colourful summer flowers, c.1880 £150 - £200

643 A Berlin coffee cup and saucer, banded with potted plants and floral roundels, angular handles, sceptre mark £60 - £100

644 A Berlin coffee cup and saucer, ribbon band, angular handles, sceptre mark £60 - £100

645 A Continental 19th century majolica jardiniére, the waisted bowl applied with winged cherubs, supported by three lion monopedia, incurved triangular bases, in colours, 37cm diam, 26cm high, late 19th century £60 - £100

637

637 A 19th century brown salt glazed stoneware door stop, moulded in relief with George and the Dragon, rectangular base, 15.5cm high, c.1840 £60 - £100

646 A Continental cabinet cup and saucer, in the Sevres manner, decorated with bird in a landscape, the ground in cobalt blue picked out in gilt, c.1900 £70 - £90

647 A Continental Porcelain dessert service, comprising six circular plates and comport, each painted with butterflies and colourful summer flowers, on a buff ground, gilt line rim, 23cm diam, c.1910 £100 - £200

648 A Dresden cabinet plate, printed in the 18th century manner with ornithological scene, coloured, pierced rim, 24cm diam, pseudo Meissen marks £60 - £100 649 A French cylindrical mug, sponged in blue, inscribed in black, 1/2 Litre 21, 14cm high £50 - £70

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650 A German shaped circular bowl, the centre filled with a bouquet of colourful summer flowers, the border in relief with large leaves picked out in gilt, 28cm diam, late 19th century £60 - £100

Continental

652 A late 19th century French Gallé, Nancy, SaintClement faience Baroque style dressing mirror, in relief with portrait oval, mystical beasts and scrolls, in cobalt blue and orange, 49cm high, 32cm wide, signed, c.1890/1900 £200 - £300

641 A 19th century Paris tapering cylindrical coffee cup and saucer, painted with portrait, within gilt cartouche on a bleu celeste ground, the saucer with two oval cartouches with colourful summer flowers, c.1880 £150 - £200

654 A Meissen cabinet cup and saucer, painted with classical landscape within a gilt cartouche on a yellow ground, applied in gilt with lyres and scrolls, scored crossed swords £80 - £120

638 A late George III or George IV salt glazed stoneware waisted apothecary jar, in relief with Royal Coat of Arms for the House of Hanover, flanked by lions, the spreading foot rim applied with shells, 29.5cm high, first quarter of 19th century £100 - £150

651 A KPM rectangular plaque, painted after Wagner with Ruth in the Cornfield, 39cm x 24.5cm, mid 19th century, gilt frame £600 - £1,000

640 A 19th century Italian tin glazed circular polychrome panel, painted with figures, 28cm diam; another, rectangular, 26cm x 34cm (2) £300 - £400

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653 A Marcel Chaufriasse for Limoges rectangular porcelain plaque, painted with a woodland clearing, signed, 9.5cm x 14cm £120 - £180

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655 A Meissen coffee can and saucer, painted with colourful summer flowers within a gilt cartouche, on a yellow ground, 6cm high, scored crossed swords £80 - £120

656 A Meissen coffee cup and saucer, painted in underglaze blue with flowering leafy stems, the saucer 13cm diam, crossed swords and star mark, late 19th century; another saucer (3) £150 - £200 657 A Meissen lobed cabinet cup and saucers, painted with flowers, the exteriors encrusted, six spur feet, monogram mark, 19th century £70 - £100 658 A Meissen monkey band model, of a pianist, in colours, 12.5cm high, crossed swords; a Meissen figure, of a lady, she stands in 18th century dress, scroll base, 14cm high, crossed swords, incised 32 (2) £70 - £100

659 A Meissen ogee shaped cabinet cup, decorated with a courting couple, within a gilt cartouche on a yellow ground, 6.5cm high, scored crossed swords £80 - £120

660 A pair of Derby type Mansion House dwarf, in the Samson manner, richly attired in 17th century cavalier costume, both standing, one wearing a broad brimmed hat, the other with pointed hat, 17cm high, pseudo Derby marks £100 - £150 651

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661 A pair of 19th century bronze mounted Continental porcelain ovoid vases and covers, painted in the manner of Sevres with courting couples in 18th century dress, with flowers to verso, within oval jewelled reserves on a Bleu Royale ground gilded with leafy scrolls and diapers, lion mask handles to sides. incurved bases, 33cm high, c.1880 £300 - £400

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662 A pair of Dresden three-branch, three light figural candlesticks, with a beau and his girl, applied with flora and fauna, in pastel tones, 24cm high, c.1880 £60 - £100

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665 A Royal Dux Art Nouveau figural bowl, modelled with a young girl feeding doves, the edge in relief with flowering sinuous branches, 31cm wide, pink triangle mark, c.1905 £150 - £200

666 A Sarreguemines circular charger, painted with stylised flowers and foliage, in iron red, blue and green, outlined in black, 34cm diam, printed mark £70 - £100

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663 A pair of late 19th century German covered ewers, in the Gothic taste, in relief with medieval figures in white, banded with scrolling vine, the covers with boar’s heads, 56cm high, c.1880 £200 - £300

667 A Sarreguemines faience ceiling dome, pierced and in relief with masks and scrolls, in cobalt blue, mustard, green and brown, 28cm diam, c.1900; another; etc (3)£100 - £150

664

664 A Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica shaped circular plate, painted with Ranunculus Auricomus, titled to verso, pierced border picked out in gilt, 30cm diam, printed marks; a triform dish, painted with Astragalus Arehourious Mull, 23cm wide; a shaped oval dish, Potentilla etusa Horn, 27cm wide (3) £500 - £800 668

668 A Scheibe,Thuringia, model of Napoleon Bonaparte, in military uniform, on his charger, oval grassy base with military trophies, in colours and gilt, 33.5cm high, printed mark, 20th century £70 - £100 For more images please visit

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669 A Sevres arched rectangular tea caddy and cover, painted in puce with a courting couple, the verso with landscape, gilt line rims, 11.5cm high, interlaced L’s; another, continental (2) £60 - £100

670 An Islamic pedestal bowl, painted in underglaze with a central hare, 22.5cm diam, 16cm high, 17th century £60 - £100

Glass

690 A Victorian green glass dump, sulphur flower inclusions, 15cm high, c.1860 £50 - £80

691 A 19th century Bristol Blue ovoid glass jug, 17cm high, c.1800; a tapering cylindrical beaker, 12.5cm; a decanter, inscribed in gilt, 19cm high; etc, 19th century (5) £60 - £100

701

701 A Lalique tapering cylindrical vase, moulded in relief with overlapping leaves, 14cm high, stencil mark £700 - £1,000

692 A 19th century clear glass decanters, slice cut base, fluted base, triple neck, mushroom stoppers; others (3) £70 - £100

702 A large funnel shaped stirrup cup, knopped stem, 19cm high; a pair of 19th century ale glasses, funnel shaped bowl, square base, 14.5cm £60 - £80

693 A 19th century clear glass slice cut double lip wine rinser, 12cm diam; others, star cut, wrythen slice cut; others; etc (7) £60 - £100

703 A large Victorian green glass dump, bubble inclusions, 17cm high; a similar globular inkwell, bubble inclusions, 8.5cm high (2) £60 - £80

694 A 19th century cordial glass, funnel shaped bowl, air twist stem, 16.5cm high; another, flared cylindrical, 15cm high; another, the bowl engraved with huntsman and hound, 14.5cm high; etc (5) £100 - £150

695 A 19th century faceted tumbler, engraved with stag, the base in dice, 10.5cm high, c.1860 £50 - £80 696 A 19th century North of England glass dump, sulphur floral inclusion, 9.5cm high, c.1880; others, similar (3) £100 - £150 697 A 19th century tapering cylindrical patty pan, 7cm diam; a waisted tot glass, heavy base, 6cm high; etc (4) £60 - £100 698 A Baccarat style multi-colour seven bubble paper weight, 9cm diam, unmarked; a Clichy style Sea Urchin paper weight, 10cm diam, unmarked (2) £120 - £180

699 A clear glass moulded glass square decanters, silver mounts, prismatic globular stopper, 25cm high; another (2) £50 - £70

704

700 A graduated set of three Victorian green glass dumps, sulphur flower and bubble inclusions, 14cm high 10cm high, c.1880 £100 - £150

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704 A late 17th/early 18th century moulded decanter, long neck, high kick to base, 23cm high, c.1690/1700 £100 - £150 61

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705 A late 18th/early 19th century claret jug, heavy scroll handles, ball stopper, 30cm high, c.1790/1800 £50 - £70

714 A pair of 19th century Bohemian cranberry glass ovoid table oil lamps, decorated in gilt and painted with flowers, leaves and shaped reserves, domed circular bases, 41cm high, c.1880 £80 - £120

706 A late 19th century globular wine carafe, barley twist handle, engraved W.G. and Manners Maketh Man within banded oval cartouches, 20cm high, c.1880 £100 - £150

715 A pair of 19th century clear glass custard cups, faceted knop, scroll handle, 7cm high; a pair of cordial glasses, faceted funnel shaped bowls; etc (6) £60 - £100

707 A late 19th century tulip shaped vase, engraved with Wesleyan Chapel, Southport and scrolling fern leaves, knopped stem, domed base, 32cm high, c.1890 £60 - £80

716 A pair of 20th century crackled glass orange lustre dimpled square vases, painted in polychrome with trout in a river, 16cm high, c.1930 £60 - £100

708 A Lazlo iridescent glass paperweight, in the form of a Dragonfly upon a Lilly pad, signed to base £60 - £100

717 A pair of Bohemian opaque overlaid emerald glass shaped slender ovoid pedestal mantel vases, decorated with sprays of flowers alternating with chequered panels, spreading circular bases, picked out and outlined in gilt, 25.5cm high, c.1880 (faults) £60 - £100

709 A Lazlo iridescent green glass paperweight, in the form of a large stylized Frog, 12cm high, label to base; others, John Ditchfield, Glasform, iridescent yellow, 8cm high; iridescent pink/purple, 10cm high; iridescent green, 10cm high (4) £100 - £150

718 A pair of clear glass fancy cut decanters, hobnail and strawberry cut, triple ring necks, 30cm high £80 - £120

710 A mid 19th century decanter, possibly Irish, engraved with ribbon tied swags, triple ring neck, slice cut mushroom stopper, 26cm high, c.1850; others, target stoppers 26.5cm high (3) £180 - £220

719 A pair of mid 18th century mallet shaped shoulder decanters and stoppers, 26cm high, c.1760 £120 - £180

711 A mid 19th century globular jug, engraved Mother Kilwinning, the neck with scrolling vine, loop handle, 12.5cm high £40 - £60 712 A mid 19th century tapering cylindrical beaker, engraved W Booth, C.H., 11.5cm high; other tumblers (3) £80 - £120

720

720 A pair of vaseline wrythen goblets, possibly James Powell & Sons, campana bowl, clear stems, spreading circular bases, 18.5cm high, early 20th century £70 - £100

721 A pair of Victorian clear glass decanters, triple rings to neck, mushroom stopper, 24cm high, c.1850 £50 - £70

713

722 A pair of Victorian green glass dumps, with matched central sulphur flower inclusions, 11cm high, c.1880 £100 - £150

713 A pair of 18th century Jacobite glasses the bucket shaped bowls, engraved with roses and buds, cotton twist stems, spreading circular bases, 12cm high, c.1750 £300 - £500 For more images please visit

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730 A Victorian pink overlaid scent bottle, with oval portrait cartouche surrounded by gilt scrolls, gilt fret band, globular stopper, 13cm high, c.1890 £50 - £70

731 A Victorian shell shaped glass vase, in iridescent yellow, clear rustic base, 12cm high, c.1870 £60 - £100

732 A Victorian Sunderland green glass dump, novelty bearded gnome sulphide inclusion, 9cm high; three others similar, ewer, water carrier and anchor sulphide inclusions, c.1880 (4) £100 - £150 733 A Victorian Sunderland green glass dump, sulphide Prince of Wales Feathers inclusion, 9cm high; another similar, thistle inclusion, 9cm high; a compressed ovoid dump, sulphur flower and bubble inclusions; a novelty dump, with blue floral inclusion, c.1880 (4) £80 - £120

734 An 18th century cordial glass, bucket shaped bowl with basal flutes, engraved with swags, clear stem, folded foot, 13.5cm high, 1760; other glasses; various (8) £60 - £100

723

723 A pair of Victorian Mary Gregory style pedestal black vases, enamelled in white with maiden and cherub, 37cm high, c.1880 £120 - £180 724 A pair of Victorian ruby glass lustres, brightly enamelled and picked out in gilt with flowers and foliage, clear glass droplets, 35.5cm high, c.1900 £150 - £250 725 A substantial Victorian green glass dump, with a cluster of sulphur flower inclusions, 22cm high, c.1860 £100 - £150

726 A Victorian compressed ovoid green glass dump, segmented bubble inclusions, 13cm diam, c.1880 £40 - £60

727 A Victorian cranberry glass globular scent bottle, with pelotan decoration, silver domed cover, 11cm high, Birmingham 1887 £70 - £90

735

735 An 18th century cordial glass, four sided facet cut stem with three vertical scallops, the cutting going up the bowl, forming a rose from above, eight faceted spreading circular foot, 10.5cm high, c.1780 £100 - £150

728 A Victorian cranberry glass moulded beaker, W.M.F. plated holder, cast with flowers and foliage, 11.5cm high; a Victorian cranberry glass posy basket, clear loop handle, 15.5cm high; a Victorian glass frigger, in the form of a bowler hat, 23cm wide, c.1880; etc (4) £100 - £150

736 An 18th century cordial glass, the bucket shaped bowl with basal flutes, engraved with scrolling foliage, cotton twist stem, 13.5cm high, c.1770 £150 - £200

729 A Victorian green glass dump, sulphur flower and bubble inclusions,10cm high; three others similar, c.1880 (4) £60 - £100

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737 An 18th century green glass onion bottle, kick-up base with pontil scar, 20cm high, c.1720-1750 £70 - £100

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740 An 18th century wine glass, waisted bell shaped bowl, air twist stem with central vermiform collar, spreading circular foot, 16.5cm high, c.1750 See Bickerton p.159, 422 for a similar glass £300 - £400

741 An early 19th century bucket shaped rummer, slice cut, engraved with initials, draped chevrons, 13cm high, c.1815; another, frosted and engraved band, lemon squeezer base, 13cm high; a Silesian stem sweetmeat glass, 16cm high (3) £60 - £100

742 An early 19th century bucket shaped rummer, star and banded border, square base, 14cm high. c.1820; another, engraved with scrolling foliage, inscribed 1853 A Leger Belloncourt, 14cm high, c.1853 (2) £80 - £120 743 An early 19th century funnel shaped cordial glass, etched with flowers and bird in flight, clear stem, spreading circular base, 11cm high, c.1815; another, with folded foot, c.1790; others, similar (6) £70 - £100 744 An early 20th century pedestal flared cylindrical iridescent vase, 15cm high, c.1900 £60 - £100

738

738 An 18th century rummer, the bucket shaped bowl engraved with roundels above drapery triangles, square foot, lemon squeezer base, 13.5cm high, c.1790 £100 - £150

745 An early 20th century slender ewer, inscribed Star of Leith Lodge,To Bro W Lawrie Treas. ... 1896, star cut circular base, 26.5cm high £50 - £70

746 An early 20th century table centrepiece, with tall spreading flower vase, flanked by two smaller, engraved with stylised foliage and flowers, domed spreading base, 35cm high, c.1910; another, with central flower posy, surrounded by three small, gilt metal rustic base, 34cm high (2) £70 - £100 747 An English cordial glass, cotton twist stem, spreading circular foot, 13cm high; a 19th century tapering cylindrical beaker, banded engraved, 10cm high; other 19th century (5) £60 - £100 748 An unusual miniature Victorian green glass dump, sulphur flower and bubble inclusions, 3.5cm high, c.1880 £40 - £60

739

749 An unusual Victorian green glass dump, with ruby flashed sulphur flower inclusions, 7cm high, marked Kilner; another, similar spherical dump, ruby flashed bubble inclusions, 8cm high, c.1880 (2) £100 - £150

740

739 An 18th century soda glass, waisted bell shaped bowl, incised spiralled stem, spreading circular folded foot, 16.5cm high, c.1760 See Bickerton p.185, 527 for a similar glass £150 - £200

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Day Two

Thursday 3rd July at 10.00am

Silver, Watches & Jewellery

Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers


Plated Ware

760 A 19th century electro-plated rectangular panel, in relief with a Nubian riding a camel, 37cm x 25.5cm, c.1890, framed £60 - £80 761 A Continental white metal oval box, embossed with Classical figures and scenes from Antiquity, 18cm wide, c.1900 £150 - £200 762 A George III Old Sheffield plate navette shaped wirework cake basket, swing handle, tall pierced spreading foot, 37cm wide, c.1775 £60 - £80

763 A large Victorian E.P.N.S spirit kettle, stand and burner, arched scroll handle, pine cone finial flush-hinged cover, bright-cut engraved with bell husks, swags, cartouches and leafy pendants, anthemion feet, 44cm high, c.1880 £60 - £100 764 A late Victorian/Edwardian E.P.N.S two-handled oval tray, reeded border pierced with scrolling foliage, the field engraved with diapers and further leafy scrolls, 48cm over handles, c.1900; an E.P.N.S circular chafing pan, domed cover engraved with insignia of Bombay Royal Yacht Club, turned ebonised handle, 27cm diam, Elkington, early to mid-20th century; an oval dish,conforming; a pair of cast comport stands (5) £50 - £70

768

765 A pair of 19th century silver plate on copper bowed circular wine coasters, leafy gadrooned rims, the tall sides pierced with scrolls, leaves and trellis, 10cm high; a pair of Victorian glass decanters, 29cm high, c.1860 (4) £100 - £150 766 A pair of early 19th century Old Sheffield plate telescopic candlesticks, detachable nozzles, gadrooned stiff leaf borders, 20cm high, c.1820 £40 - £60

767 A Rococo Revival silver plated four piece pedestal tea and coffee service, comprising teapot, coffee pot, milk jug and sugar basin, boss finials, hinged domed covers, acanthus scroll capped handles, domed bases, the coffee pot 23cm high £60 - £100

769

768 A substantial Victorian silvered electro-type table centrepiece, as a Native American warrior on horseback, with tomahawk raised, fending off a cougar, rocky base, conforming mirrored plateau, 58cm high overall, c.1865 £600 - £800

770 A Victorian E.P.B.M novelty inkwell, as knight’s helmet, the visor hinged as a cover, flanked by acanthus scrolls, spreading circular base applied with heraldic shields, 17cm diam, Registration lozenge, Philip Ashberry & Sons, Sheffield, c.1880 £50 - £70

769 A Victorian Aesthetic Movement E.P.N.S four piece barrel shaped tea service, comprising teapot, bachelor’s teapot, milk jug and sucrier, engraved in the Chinese taste with Asiatic pheasants, leafy bamboo and blossoming prunus, scroll capped handles, turned ivory finials and bun feet, the teapot 22cm long, c.1875 £300 - £500 For more images please visit

771 A Victorian E.P.N.S mounted oak cylindrical biscuit barrel, swing handle, acorn cresting, vacant cartouche, 13.5cm high, c.1890; a pair of three-light, two-branch candelabra, chased in the Persian taste with stylised leaves and flowers, 32cm wide; etc (qty) £60 - £100

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772 A Victorian E.P.N.S novelty bullet shaped spoon warmer, anchor and rope handle, dolphin feet, 21cm wide, Mappin Brothers, c.1875 £80 - £120

780 A George III Scottish silver Old English pattern ladle, 37cm long, John Graham, Edinburgh 1805 £100 - £150

781 A matched pair of George III silver Old English pattern basting spoons, crested Crest of Burney, 30cm long, Richard Crossley, London 1798 and William Eley & William Fearn, London 1797 (2) £60 - £100

773 A Victorian electro-plated novelty cruet, cast as a songbird perched on a branch, the nest as a salt, flanked by a glass mustard and salt, 14.5cm high, model no.11905, c. 1890 £40 - £60

782 A pair of Edwardian silver Old English pattern fish servers, engraved with scrolling foliage and leafy C-scrolls, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1907, cased £120 - £180

774 A Victorian electro-type circular bowl and cover, in the Islamic taste, bud finial, densely decorated overall with scrolling strapwork, 13cm diam, lozenge for Department of Science, Elkington, c.1860; a comport, probably Elkington, c.1855 (2) £50 - £80

783 A pair of George IV Irish silver Fiddle pattern sauce ladles, rat tail bowls, 15cm long, maker JS, Dublin 1823 £80 - £120

784 A pair of Victorian silver-gilt Old English pattern serving spoons, the bowls chased with fruiting foliage, 30cm long, H J Lias & Son, London 1850 £300 - £350

785 A Scottish provincial silver Oar pattern sauce or toddy ladle, deep circular bowl, 15.5cm long, Robert Keay, Perth c.1840 £80 - £120

786 A set of four George II silver Hanoverian pattern ‘berry’ spoons, later chased and engraved, gilded bowls, Elizabeth Jackson, London 1749, 7oz, cased £60 - £80 787 A set of six American silver patisserie forks, Gorham, c.1930 £80 - £120

788 A set of six Elizabeth II silver Old English pattern dessert spoons, Barker Brothers Silver Ltd, Birmingham 1957; a set of five dessert forks, conforming maker, Birmingham 1940 (11), 20oz gross £150 - £200

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789 A set of six George II silver Feather Edge Old English pattern teaspoons, bottom marked, c.1755 £70 - £100

775 A Victorian novelty propelling pencil, as a bearded monk, he stands, his habit tied with a cord, extending to 7.5cm long, Sampson Mordan & Co, Registration lozenge, c.1875 £100 - £150

790 A set of six pairs of George III silver fruit knives and forks, mother of pearl hafts, James Crawshaw, Sheffield 1819 £80 - £120

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791 A set of three George III Scottish silver Oar pattern toddy ladles, 15.5cm long, maker AR, Edinburgh 1809 £80 - £120

778 An early Victorian provincial silver Fiddle pattern sauce or toddy ladle, 15cm long, Robert Williams, Exeter 1843 £40 - £60

792 A set of twenty George IV Irish silver Hourglass pattern forks, Dublin 1823 £800 - £1,200

779 An American silver Chantilly pattern table service, comprising eight soup spoons, twelve table knives, twelve table forks, twelve butter knives, six dessert forks, six dessert spoons, twelve patisserie forks, twelve teaspoons, three graduating ladles, a cake slice and a cheese knife, Gorham, early 20th century, 82oz excluding knives £800 - £1,200 For more images please visit

793 A William IV Fiddle pattern tablespoon, William Eaton, London 1831; a set of three Victorian table forks; etc (8), 14oz gross £80 - £120

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794 An Edwardian silver bread fork, ivory haft, 17.5cm long, William Batt & Sons, Sheffield 1906; another, stag antler haft, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1914 (2) £80 - £120

803 A pair of George II silver canted rectangular trencher salts, chased and engraved with flowers and leafy scrolls, stepped bases, 7.5cm wide, Edward Wood, London 1731 £200 - £300

796 An Irish George III silver Celtic Point pattern tablespoon, John Pittar, Dublin 1776; another, Dublin 1781 (2) £50 - £70

805 A George IV silver rounded rectangular vinaigrette, engine turned in lateral bands and outlined with wrigglework, foliate thumbpiece, gilt interior with pierced grille, 3.5cm wide, William Eaton, London 1822 £60 - £100

795 An Edwardian silver crumb scoop, bright-cut engraved with scrolling leaves and a flowering swag, ivory haft, 32.5cm long, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1905, cased £120 - £180

804 A Victorian silver shaped oval vinaigrette, hinged cover engine turned and engraved with leafy scrolls, gilt interior with pierced grille, Alfred Taylor, Birmingham 1854 £60 - £100

797 An Irish provincial Bright-cut Celtic point pattern serving spoon, 27cm long, marked Sterling, Cork or Limerick, c.1800 £200 - £300

806 A William IV silver shaped rectangular vinaigrette, engine turned, hinged cover centred by a vacant rectangular reserve, leafy borders, gilt interior with pierced grille, 4cm wide, Birmingham 1831 £60 - £100

798 A 19th century silver coloured metal shaped rectangular vinaigrette, hinged cover engraved with flowers and scrolling leaves, gilt interior with pierced grille, 4cm wide, apparently unmarked, c.1850 £60 - £100

806A A Victorian silver rounded rectangular vinaigrette, bright-cut engraved with scrolling leaves, hinged cover centred by a vacant shield shaped cartouche, gilt interior with pierced grille, 2.5cm wide, Hilliard & Thomasson, Birmingham c.1860 £50 - £70

799 A George III silver canted square vinaigrette, hinged cover applied with a leaf and flower on an engine turned ground, enclosing a pierced grille, 2.5cm wide, John Bettridge, Birmingham 1817 £50 - £70

806B An Edwardian silver rounded rectangular double sovereign case, hinged cover bright-cut engraved with ivy leaves, centred by a heart shaped cartouche, 6cm wide, Chester 1906; another, 5.5cm wide, Birmingham 1912 (2) £60 - £100

800 A Victorian silver shaped rectangular vinaigrette, engraved with scrolling foliage, hinged cover centred by a vacant shield shaped reserve, gilt interior with pierced grille, 3cm wide, Hilliard & Thomasson, Birmingham 1879 £60 - £100

806C A George III silver Old English pattern caddy spoon, quite plain, 9cm long, London 1815; another, Sheffield 1935 (2) £40 - £60

801 A George III silver rounded rectangular vinaigrette, engraved with a ground of scales outlined with wrigglework, hinged cover centred by a reserve, gilt interior with grille pierced and engraved with a fruiting cornucopia, 3cm wide, John Shaw, Birmingham 1795 £60 - £100

806D A William IV silver folding pocket fruit knife, the mother of pearl grip engraved with leafy stems, 14.5cm long (open), Atkin & Oxley, Sheffield 1833; others, various dates and makers (7) £100 - £150

802 A William IV silver rounded rectangular vinaigrette, wrigglework engraved with scrolling leafy stems, gilt interior with pierced grille, 2.5cm wide, Thomas Shaw, Birmingham 1833 £60 - £100

807 George III silver elongated rounded rectangular vinaigrette, dot-punched and outlined throughout with wrigglework, hinged cover enclosing a gilt filigree grille, 4cm wide, Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1804 £60 - £100

808 A Victorian silver novelty pen wipe, 5cm wide, Sampson Mordan & Co, London 1894 £50 - £70

809 An 18th century silver mote spoon, typical pierced bowl and pointed terminal, 14.5cm long, c.1740; others, similar (3) £60 - £100 810 A 17th century silver mounted rock crystal cylindrical vase or beaker, broad collar chased with scenes from Antiquity, the body engraved with Bacchic revellers amongst fruiting vines, 15.5cm high, c.1650 £300 - £500

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811 A 19th century American silver coloured metal ovoid jug, profusely chased with flowers and stiff leaves on a matted ground, scroll handle, 16.5cm high, S.Kirk & Son, c.1890, 16oz £100 - £150

818 A Continental Neo-Classical cylindrical mustard, ball finial, domed fluted cover with beaded border, acanthus capped scroll handle, the side pierced and embossed with ribbon-tied swags, scroll feet, 11.5cm high, 19th century £150 - £200

812

812 A 19th century Continental silver wager cup, modelled in Renaissance manner with a lady supporting a pivoting ogee bowl above her head, 20.5cm high, pseudo marks, probably a Hanau workshop, c.1890 £400 - £600

813 A 19th century Dutch silver mounted hobnail-cut clear glass square perfume bottle, mushroom stopper, reeded collar, 14cm high, c.1830 £100 - £150

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819 A Continental silver and gem set model of a cat, seated with tail curled, the collar and head set with moonstones, turquoise, coral, amethyst and other coloured stones, 21.5cm, marked 13, key and swan, c.1900 £1,500 - £2,000

814 A 19th century Russian silver milk jug, engraved with strapwork, scroll handle, pad feet with acanthus to knees, 8.5cm high, 84 zolotniks, c.1881 £80 - £120 815 A Burmese silver bowed cylindrical box and cover, profusely chased with figures, lotus and scrolling leaves, 10.5cm diam, marked 95/Silver, Burma, 8oz £100 - £150

820 A Continental silver coloured metal novelty toothpick holder, probably Portuguese, crested by a man holding a basket, hexagonal base with pierced gallery, 13.5cm high, c.1900 £100 - £150

816 A Chinese silver mounted triform spirit decanter, bun shaped stopper, the mount pierced and embossed with blossoming prunus, 23cm high, character mark, early 20th century; another, similar, Japanese (2) £150 - £200

821 A Continental silver lobed oval sugar box, knop finial, push-on cover, chased with masks and scrolling foliage, bun feet, 11cm wide, c.1890 £80 - £120

817 A Chinese silver two-handled wine cup, engraved with two bands of trellis, faux bamboo handles, 8.5cm wide, character mark, c.1900; a silver coloured metal mounted burr wood bowl, probably Indian, 12.5cm diam (2) £70 - £100 For more images please visit

822 A Continental silver oval two-handled pedestal dish, chased with Classical figures, domed foot, 22cm wide, 19th century £120 - £150 69

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823 A Continental silver shaped oval snuff box, hinged cover set with a miniature, fishing on the river bank, watercolour on ivory, on a ground engraved with C-scrolls, diapers and scrolling foliage, gilt interior, 8cm wide, c.1900 £200 - £300

825 A Dutch Neo-Classical silver dining table box and cover, pine cone finial, well chased and pierced with portrait ovals, ribbon-tied swags and leaves on a matted ground, blue glass liner, 15cm diam, import marks for Berthold Muller & Co, London 1903, 18oz £400 - £600

826 A fine 17th/18th century German silver-gilt halffluted six piece gentleman’s dressing set, comprising a large rectangular casket, three graduated oval toilet boxes, a shaving brush and a clothes brush, the casket with bun feet, 21.5cm wide, ensuite with a trefid type pattern spoon and three pronged fork, matching marks throughout, Augsburg, c.1680 - 1734 (8) £4,000 - £6,000

824 A Danish silver fluted chafing dish and cover, spiral knop finial, wooden handle, 18.5cm diam, A Halberstadt, Copenhagen, mid-20th century £200 - £300

827 A George V silver two-handled pedestal trophy cup, the Republic of Singapore Yacht Club Challenge Trophy, flying scroll handles, three-quarter girdle above a panelled socle, domed circular foot, 28.5cm high, Alexander Clark Company Ltd, Birmingham 1928, 25oz £150 - £200 828 A George I Britannia standard silver brandy saucepan, flared circular bowl, turned ivory handle, skirted base, 9cm diam, London 1715 £300 - £400 825

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829 829 A George I silver cylindrical tankard, hinged domed cover, scroll thumbpiece, three-quarter girdle, scroll handle, skirted base, 17cm high, Joseph Bell, London 1716, 20oz £1,500 - £2,000

833 A George II silver cast taperstick, reel shaped sconce, knopped stem, shaped circular shell base, 12.5cm high, London 1749 £300 - £400

834 A George II silver ovoid sparrow pitcher beak cream jug, engraved with flowers and scrolling foliage, double-scroll capped handle, moulded circular foot, 8.5cm high, London William Gwillim, London 1743 £120 - £180

830 A George I/II Scottish shaped circular bowl, the gilt interior chased with leafy scrolls and diapers, moulded foot with ovolo border, 13.5cm diam, Robert Luke, Glasgow c.1725 - 35, 6.5oz £200 - £300

835 A George II silver sauce or cream boat, flying acanthus scroll handle, wavy rim, shaped pad feet, 12.5cm long, John Harvey, London 1751 £150 - £200

831 A George II silver bell shaped two-handled loving cup, scroll capped handles with whistle terminals, centre girdle, moulded domed foot, 13cm high, Benjamin Cartwright I, London 1751, 10.5oz £250 - £350

836 A George II silver shaped circular salver, pie crust border, plain field, hoof feet, 20.5cm diam, Robert Abercrombie, London 1736, 11.5oz £300 - £400

832 A George II silver bun top pear shaped pepper, reeded borders, moulded circular foot, 10cm high, London 1737 £150 - £180 For more images please visit

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837 A George II silver shaped circular salver, shell and S-scroll border, plain field, acanthus wrapped knurl feet, 41.5cm diam, Ebenezer Coker & Thomas Hannam, London 1750, 59oz £1,000 - £1,500

838 A George II silver shaped circular waiter, fluted shell border, hoof feet, crested, William Peaston, 17cm diam, London 1752, 7oz £150 - £200 841

841 A George III oval argyle, quite plain, lofty cover with vasular finial, straight spout, scroll-capped fruitwood handle, 24cm long, Andrew Fogelberg & Stephen Gilbert, London 1784 Heraldry: crest of Hibbert of Chorley, Lancashire £600 - £800 842 A George III rounded rectangular teapot stand, quite plain, Walter Brind, London 1806 £300 - £400 843 A George III silver boat shaped pedestal salt, beaded borders, rams’ masks to sides, oval foot, 10cm wide, London 1775, 3.5oz £50 - £70

844 A George III silver canted rectangular nine bar toast rack, posted loop handle, canted wirework divisions, tapered outswept feet, 18cm wide, William Abdy, London 1792 £150 - £250

839

839 A George II silver spreading cylindrical coffee pot, knop finial, hinged domed cover, chased and engraved with leafy scrolls, flowerheads and reeds, fruitwood scroll capped handle, crested, skirted foot, the cover marked with lion passant, 24cm high, John Swift, London 1740, 27oz gross £800 - £1,200

845

845 A George III silver commode shaped teapot and stand, flush-hinged lofty domed cover with oval ivory finial, bright-cut engraved with scrolling leaves, flowers and shaped cartouches outlined with wrigglework, scroll-capped fruitwood handle, the stand with tapered feet pierced with triglyphs, crested, tea pot 25cm long, Duncan Urquhart & Napthali Hart, London 1792, 18oz gross

840

840 A George II silver spreading cylindrical coffee pot, knop finial, hinged domed cover, fruitwood scroll-capped handle, skirted base, crested, London 1733, 28oz £800 - £1,200 For more images please visit

Heraldry: crest of Eustace impaling Evans of Norwich £700 - £1,000

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850 A George III silver hemi-ovoid pedestal goblet, quite plain, spreading foot with beaded border, 15.5cm high, London 1784, 6oz £300 - £350 851 A George III silver ogee pear shaped pepper caster, spiral knop finial, moulded circular foot, 14.5cm high, London 1775 £100 - £150 846

852 A George III silver ogee pear shaped pepper caster, spiral knop finial, moulded circular foot, Thomas Daniell, London 1783 £100 - £150

846 A George III silver commode shaped teapot stand, bright-cut engraved with a wreath cartouche within a broad twin-band of stylised leaves outlined with wrigglework, tapered outswept feet, 20cm wide, Robert & David Hennell, London 1796 £180 - £220

853 A George III silver oval boat shaped cream jug, reeded rim, bright-cut engraved with a band of scrolling leaves outlined with wrigglework, spreading foot, 10cm high, London 1807 £60 - £100

847 A George III silver commode shaped teapot, quite plain, knop finial, scroll handle, ivory fittings, 28cm long, James Darquits, London 1794, 17oz £300 - £500

854 A George III silver oval teapot stand, reeded border, tapered outswept feet, 19cm wide, Samuel Godbehere & Edward Wigan, London 1798, 5oz £120 - £180

848 A George III silver cylindrical mustard, shell shaped thumbpiece, hinged domed cover, scroll capped handle, pierced side, blue glass liner, 7cm high, William Vincent, London 1773 £100 - £150

855 A George III silver oval tray, beaded border, plain field, paw feet cast with anthemion, 42cm wide, Hannop & Crouch, London 1778, 39oz £1,000 - £1,500 856 A George III silver rounded rectangular snuffer tray, gadrooned border, 24cm wide, Robert Hennell, London 1804; a pair of George III silver snuffers, feather-edge borders, 17.5cm long, Charles Gray, London 1804, conforming crests (2) Heraldry: crest of William Newton Firebrace (1761 1821) of Demerara and Barbados £300 - £400 857 A George III silver shaped circular salver, fluted shell and C-scroll border, plain field, hoof feet, 24.5cm diam, John Carter II, London 1772, 15.5oz £200 - £300 858 A George III silver shaped circular waiter, the border cast and chased with leafy scrolls and bell husk swags, ball and claw feet, crested, 19cm diam, John Carter II, London 1771, 9oz

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Heraldry: crest of Reader family, Ireland

849 A George III silver fluted boat shaped swing handled pedestal sugar basket, reeded borders, bright-cut engraved with a band of scrolling foliage outlined with wrigglework, domed oval foot, 16.5cm wide, William Vincent, London 1786, 10oz £300 - £400

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859 A George III silver shaped oval swing handled sweetmeat basket, the border pierced and embossed with swags, rope-twist handle, tall spreading foot, 16cm wide, Burrage Davenport, London 1775, 4.5oz £80 - £120 73

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860 A George III silver spreading cylindrical beer mug, scroll handle, skirted base, 12cm high, Charles Hougham, London 1789, 11oz £300 - £400

862

862 A George III silver spreading cylindrical tankard, hinged domed cover, with pierced chair-back thumbpiece, the body reeded in two broad bands, inscribed Canterbury: As a testimonial of respect called for by a faithful discharge of his duty as Billet Master during eleven years of unexampled difficulty and in consideration of his upright and constant attention to their convenience the occupiers of licensed houses in the city and its vicinity present this piece of plate to Mr John Browne, the 10th Day of December 1818, scroll handle, 19cm high, London 1802, 27oz £700 - £1,000

863 A George III silver two-handled porringer, partfluted and embossed with flowers and stiff leaves, reeded scroll handles, skirted base, 12cm high, Thomas Wallis II, London 1776, 9oz £200 - £300 864 A George III style silver shaped circular salver, piecrust border, plain field, wrapped knurl feet, 36cm diam, Sheffield 1961, 40oz £300 - £400 865 A George III style silver two handled loving cup, central girdle, 14cm high, Birmingham 1923, 17.4oz £120 - £180

866 A George IV silver pap boat, gadrooned border, 13cm long, J E Terrey & Co, London 1828 £100 - £150

861

861 A George III silver spreading cylindrical tankard, hinged domed cover, pierced chair-back thumbpiece, threequarter girdle, scroll handle, skirted base, 20cm high, Peter & Ann Bateman, London 1803, 22.5oz £1,000 - £1,500

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867 A George IV silver rounded rectangular snuff box, engine turned, leafy thumbpiece, hinged cover enclosing a gilt interior, 8cm wide, John Linnit, London 1824 £120 - £180

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868 A George V canted triform inkwell, hinged cover, spreading base, 12.5cm wide, William Neale Ltd, Birmingham 1913 £60 - £100

874

871 A George V silver canted boat shaped swing handled pedestal sugar basket, 13cm wide,Thomas Bradbury & Sons, Sheffield 1919 £100 - £150

872 A George V silver circular fruit dish, the border pierced and chased in the Neo-Classical taste with bell husk swags, 20cm diam, R F Mosley & Co, Sheffield 1915, 10oz £120 - £180

873 A George V silver circular snuff box, hinged cover embossed in the 18th century taste with a dancing couple and leafy scrolls, 7.5cm diam, Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1925 £80 - £120

874 A George V silver five piece pear shaped tea and coffee service, of George I design, comprising teapot, coffee pot, water pot, milk jug and sugar basin, knop finials, domed covers, scroll capped handles, skirted bases, fruitwood fittings, the coffee pot 23cm high, Z Barraclough & Sons, London 1928, 91oz gross £500 - £700

869

869 A George V silver apple cutter and corer, 14cm over handles, Birmingham 1919 £300 - £400 870 A George V silver boat shaped inkstand, the hemiovoid well with bud finial, acanthus leaf handles to sides, 29cm wide, Edward Barnard & Sons, London 1912 £100 - £150

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875 A George V silver four piece half-fluted oval tea and coffee service, comprising teapot, coffee pot, milk jug and sugar basin, scroll capped handles, the tea and coffee pots with ebonised fittings, the latter 20cm high, Sheffield 1914, 60oz gross £400 - £600

884 A George VI Britannia standard silver Royal Commemorative oval snuff box, the push-fitting cover inset with a Coronation medalion, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, London 1936 £80 - £120

876 A George V silver hafted connoisseur’s lens, 25cm long, Birmingham 1912 £40 - £60

877 A George V silver mounted Aynsley coffee service, for six, decorated in orange and gilt, the sleeves pierced and embossed with lilies and leaves, scroll-capped handles, 6.5cm high, the mounts Chester 1910, cased £80 - £120

878 A George V silver mounted cut clear glass ovoid claret jug, hinged domed cover with scroll thumbpiece, angular scroll-capped handle, star-cut base, 22cm high, Robert Pringle, London 1920 £300 - £500

879 A George V silver novelty cigarette dispenser, as a cylindrical bell weight, loop handle, gilt four-section interior, 14cm high, London 1922 £100 - £150

885

880 A George V silver panelled baluster pepper, knop finial, 9cm high, Mappin & Webb, Birmingham 1925; another, similar, Birmingham 1935 (2) £40 - £60

885 A George VI silver and enamel rectangular cigarette case, hinged cover decorated with a spray of pink and yellow roses, on an opaque ground, engine turned to verso, 8.5cm long, Henry Clifford Davis, Birmingham 1939, cased £150 - £180

881 A George V silver rectangular scent flask, engine turned overall, screw-fitting cover, glass liner, 10cm high, London 1934 £70 - £100

886 A George VI silver lotus shaped pedestal sweetmeat dish, 12.5cm diam, Sheffield 1947 £50 - £70

887 A George VI silver rectangular cigarette case, hinged cover, engine turned overall, 14cm long, Birmingham 1933; others, similar (3), 18oz gross £100 - £150 888 A Japanese silver circular dish, engraved with leafy bamboo, bun feet, 15cm diam, K Uyeda, c.1900£100 - £150

889 A large Burmese silver coloured metal shaped oval bowl, profusely chased with deities and flowering plants, above a band of acanthus, skirted base, 27cm wide, c.1900 £100 - £150

882

882 A George V silver rectangular treasury type inkstand, the three hinged covers enclosing a pair of wells and a wafer box, pen recess flanked by a shaped gallery, bun feet, 21cm wide, Chester 1911, 21oz £150 - £200

890 A large Edwardian silver four branch table centrepiece, the central shaped oval sweetmeat basket pierced and embossed with sinuous whiplash lines, raised on four acanthus scroll brackets, above four slightly smaller dishes conforming, acanthus scroll branches, the fluted bombé shaped base pierced with panels of trellis and leafy scrolls, lion paw feet with swags and acanthus to knees, 37cm high, 69cm wide, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1903, 99.5oz £1,200 - £1,800

883 A George V silver three piece boat shaped tea service, comprising teapot, milk jug and sugar basin, rectangular knop finial, hinged domed cover, scroll handles, the teapot with ebonised fittings, 30.5cm long, E Viner, Sheffield 1931; a coffee pot, similar, Sheffield 1942 (4), 60oz gross £300 - £500 For more images please visit

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892 A large Victorian silver monteith or punch bowl, shaped rim, chased and embossed with scrolling foliage, drapery swags and stiff acanthus, domed foot with stepped border, 33.5cm diam, Charles Edwards, London 1885, 61oz £1,200 - £1,800

891

891 A large George II silver helmet shaped pedestal cream jug, acanthus capped double scroll handle, punch beaded borders, domed circular foot, 15.5cm high, maker ER, possibly Emick Romer, London 1759 £80 - £120

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893 A late 19th/early 20th century German silver shaped oval cake dish, wavy border pierced and chased with love birds, trophies, ribbon-tied swags and scrolling leaves, the field with frolicking putti, 32cm wide, c.1900, 19oz £600 - £800

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894 A late Victorian silver mounted clear glass ovoid claret jug, knop finial, hinged cover, angular scroll handle, hobnail-cut with a broad central band, star-cut base, 23cm high, James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1900 £200 - £300 895 A late Victorian silver mounted page turner, tortoiseshell blade, the haft pierced and engraved with water reeds, 37.5cm long, the marks Birmingham 1901 £80 - £120 896 A late Victorian/Edwardian silver chain link dog lead, shaped grip, 120cm long, A Barret & Sons, London c.1900 £150 - £200

897 A late Victorian/Edwardian silver novelty ring box, as a coal scuttle, the hinged cover embossed with Reynolds angels, 4cm high, Levi & Salaman c.1900 £50 - £70

897A A George III silver stilton scoop, ivory haft, Birmingham 1809; a pipe tool, Birmingham 1900; a pair of child’s buckles, Birmingham 1903; a whistle, Birmingham 1903; a miniature hand mirror, Birmingham 1921 (6) £60 - £100

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898 A late Victorian/Edwardian silver three piece dressing table set, comprising hand mirror and brushes, each chased with scrolls and courting couples in idylic landscapes, the mirror 14.5cm diam, William Richard Corke, London 1896-1904; an Edwardian silver clothes brush, London 1904 (4) £60 - £80 899 A matched pair of Victorian Neo-Classical Revival silver circular pedestal sweetmeat dishes, the pierced borders embossed with swags and paterae, outlined with fruiting laurel, spreading bases, 15cm diam, London 1892 & 1896, 10oz £100 - £150

902

900 A matched Victorian Aesthetic Movement silver cream jug and sugar basin, each engraved in the Oriental taste with birds and butterflies amongst grasses and leafy bamboo, the jug with scroll handle, the basin 9.5cm diam, W & G Sissons and George Fox, London 1874 & 1876 (2), 6.5oz gross £120 - £180

901 A pair of 19th century Russian silver fluted table candlesticks, baluster columns, spreading bases, 22.5cm high, 84 zolotniks, St Petersburg 1859 £400 - £600

902 A pair of Art Deco silver and ivory octagonal sweetmeat dishes, canted lug handles, 14.5cm wide, E Viner, Sheffield 1945, 6.5oz gross £80 - £120 903 A pair of Chinese silver and clear glass triform decanters, bun shaped stoppers, the mounts pierced and engraved with chrysanthemums and scrolling leaves, 27cm high, character marks, c.1890 £400 - £600

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904 A pair of Edwardian silver candlesticks, urnular sconces,tapered columns, reeded borders, moulded circular bases, 17cm high, S Blanckensee & Sons, Chester 1908 £100 - £150

911 A pair of George III style silver table candlesticks, detachable incurved canted nozzles, Corinthian capital sconces, spreading columns, stepped square bases, beaded borders, Hebrew inscriptions, 31cm high, London 1957, 26oz £300 - £500

905 A pair of Edwardian silver mounted clear glass compressed krater shaped vases, flared wavy rims, scroll handles, spreading circular bases, S Blankensee & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1903 £60 - £80

906 A pair of Edwardian silver waisted square salts, of Louis XV design, embossed with swags within cartouches, cabriole legs terminating in acanthus scrolls, gilt interiors, 7.5cm high, William Comyns, London 1903 £60 - £100

907 A pair of Elizabeth II silver novelty miniature models, cast as cock and hen game birds, 3cm & 4.5cm high, London 1971 £100 - £150

912

912 A pair of George V silver mounted hobnail-cut clear glass ovoid claret jugs, hinged covers, angular handles, starcut bases, 18.5cm high, Mappin & Webb, Birmingham 1912/13 £700 - £1,000

913 A pair of George V silver rounded rectangular table candlesticks, detachable nozzles, knopped stems, gadrooned borders, moulded bases, 24cm high, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1915 £300 - £350

908

908 A pair of George II silver sauce boats, acanthus capped flying scroll handles, hoof feet, 15.5cm long, John Pollock, London 1748, 16oz gross £800 - £1,200

914 A pair of Indian silver coloured metal rosewater sprinklers, flowerhead terminals, chased and engraved with stylised leaves, pierced lotus bases, 20cm high, c.1900 £200 - £300

915 A pair of late Victorian silver cluster column candlesticks, detachable nozzles, lotus sconces and borders, stepped square bases, 15cm high, Sheffield 1900 £150 - £200 909

909 A pair of George III silver sauceboats, flying acanthus scroll handles, gadrooned rims, hoof feet with shells to knees, 17cm long, London 1769, 16.5oz gross Heraldry: crest of Rolleston of Watnall Hall, Nottinghamshire £700 - £1,000

916

910 A pair of George III style silver circular wine coasters, gadrooned rims, pierced borders, draught turned base, 14.5cm diam, Barker Brothers Silver Ltd, Birmingham 1978 £100 - £150 For more images please visit

916 A pair of modern parcel-gilt silver triform candlesticks, in the manner of Gerald Benney, bark textured sides, 5cm high, Collingwood & Co, London 1970 £150 - £250 79

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917 A pair of Russian silver goblets, tall bowls engraved with flowers, knopped stems, domed circular bases, 9.5cm high, 84 zolotniks, Kokoshnik marks, first half 20th century £40 - £60

922 A pair of Victorian silver table candlesticks, detachable nozzles, knopped stems, domed circular bases, chased with leafy scrolls, shells and oval reserves, 28cm high, Pairpoint Brothers, London 1896 £500 - £800

918 A pair of Victorian silver circular trencher salts, of 18th century design, 7.5cm diam, Barnards, London 1892 £200 - £300

923 A Russian silver and niello flared cylindrical beaker, decorated with vignettes of buildings, scrolling leaves and diapers, 8cm high, 84 zolotniks, c.1874 £200 - £250

924 A Russian silver and niello rectangular snuff box, hinged cover decorated after Falconet with the Statue of Peter the Great, the base with the harbour, chequered sides, gilt interior, 7.5cm wide, 84 zolotniks, St Petersburg 1839 £300 - £500

925 A Russian silver bowed cylindrical two-handled sugar box and cover, knop finial, bright-cut engraved and outlined with wrigglework, 14cm over handles, 84 zolotniks, c.1900 £150 - £200

919

919 A pair of Victorian silver mounted claret jugs, clear glass globular bases, the tall necks pierced and cast with fruiting vine, hinged cover, rustic handles, 30cm high, Birmingham 1866 £800 - £1,200 920 A pair of Victorian silver mounted wrythen pinched square spirit decanters, knop stoppers, the mounts pierced and embossed with leafy scrolls, 28cm high, Birmingham 1899 £100 - £150

926

926 A Russian silver coloured metal and enamel cigarette case, decorated in polychrome with a gypsy girl, the angles with stylised leaves, 7.5cm long, apparently unmarked, c.1910 £200 - £300 927 A Russian silver tapered cylindrical specimen vase, wrigglework engraved with stiff leaves and a strapwork lozenge, domed circular foot, 15cm high, c.1890 £80 - £120

921

921 A pair of Victorian silver novelty salts, cast as troughs or mangers, 5cm wide, Payton, Pepper & Co, Birmingham 1887 £300 - £500 For more images please visit

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935 A set of four William III bun shaped trencher salts, quite plain, crested, 7.5cm diam, marks indistinct, Benjamin Bentley, London 1699, 7oz gross £600 - £900 936 A set of six early Elizabeth II silver pedestal wine goblets, bell shaped bowls, knopped stems, spreading circular bases, 12cm high, J Gloster Ltd, Birmingham 1952, 24oz gross £300 - £500

937 A set of six George V silver coffee can sleeves, pierced with scrolling foliage, flying scroll handles, 5.5cm high, Cooper Brothers & Sons, Sheffield 1934; another pair, William Comyns, Birmingham 1893 (8), 8.5oz gross £70 - £100

928

928 A Scottish silver coloured metal mounted cattle horn, thistle terminal and shaped mounts engraved with strapwork and set with pink stones, grasped by talons and suspended from a loose-link carrying chain, 32cm long, c.1880 £200 - £300

938 A set of six Russian silver and niello Fiddle type pattern teaspoons, decorated with flowers and leaves, 13.5cm long, marks for Moscow 1841 £40 - £60 939 A set of six silver coloured metal liquor tots, probably Asian, flared fluted bowls, leafy scroll handles, 4cm high, early to mid-20th century £70 - £100

929 A set of Edwardian silver novelty miniature letter scales, ivorine register, shaped base, 6.5cm high, Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1902 £100 - £150

940 A set of twelve Edwardian silver Apostle teaspoons with sugar bows ensuite, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, London 1906, cased £60 - £100

930 A set of four Art Deco menu holders, the circular banners engine turned and decorated in pale blue enamel, circular bases, 4.5cm high, Birmingham 1926 £300 - £400

941 A set of twelve Elizabeth II silver and enamel novelty pickle forks, each terminal decorated in polychrome with a playing card, Garrards, Birmingham 1961, cased£300 - £400

942 A silver and enamel novelty advertising vesta case, as a cigar crate, Julian Alvarez, La Flor De Henry Clay, Habana, polychrome ‘label’ to base, hinged cover, 7.75cm long, .900 standard, c.1900 £500 - £700

931

943 A silver coloured metal boat shaped swing handled dish, possibly Indian, pierced and embossed with leafy scrolls and diapers, shaped feet, 26.5cm wide, indistinctly marked, 15oz £120 - £180

931 A set of four George V silver, tortoiseshell and pique menu holders, each rectangular banner inlaid with a different game bird, 4cm wide, model no. A5384, William Comyns, London 1915, cased £300 - £500

944 A silver coloured metal mounted mazer, 26.5cm diam, apparently unmarked £300 - £400

932 A set of four George V silver, tortoiseshell and pique menu holders, the circular banners inlaid in the Neo-Classical taste with wreaths, crests and insignia, 4cm high, E S Barnsley & Co, Birmingham 1914, cased £200 - £300

945 A silver coloured metal shaped rectangular bowl, winged caryatid scroll handles, four conforming feet, 31cm wide, retailed by Jose Amor £200 - £300

933 A set of four Victorian provincial silver bowed circular salts, bright-cut engraved with wrigglework swags, ball feet, gilt interiors, 5cm diam, spoons ensuite, J Wippell & Co, Exeter 1858, cased £150 - £200

946 A silver George III style shaped circular tray, knurl fee, 26cm diam, Sheffield 1933, 21oz £180 - £220

947 A silver mounted novelty walking cane, the pommel as the head of a duck, glass eyes, palmwood shaft, 86cm long £100 - £150

934 A set of four Victorian silver fluted oval pedestal salts, reeded loop handles, rectangular bases, 9.5cm wide, Aitken Brothers, Sheffield 1889; a set of four Victorian silver shell shaped salts, 6cm wide, William Hutton & Sons, Birmingham 1899 (8) £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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948 A substantial Victorian silver mounted cut clear glass desk inkwell, hinged domed cover embossed with scrolling leaves on a matted ground, star-cut base, 11cm wide, John Grinsell & Sons, Birmingham !899 £60 - £100

949 A Victorian Aesthetic Movement silver hexagonal scent flask, engraved with owls, cranes and flora, hinged cover enclosing a ground stopper, Sampson Mordan & Co, London 1887 £60 - £100

953

953 A Victorian silver and enamel rounded rectangular vesta case, decorated in polychrome with the head of a horse, within an oval reserve, hinged cover, striker to base, suspension ring, 5cm long, Rolason Brothers, Birmingham 1897 £300 - £400

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950 A Victorian Gothic Revival silver teapot, hinged cover with pointed finial, the panelled side engraved with strapwork, scroll handle and spout applied with cut-card work, scroll feet, 21cm high, John Harrison & Co, Sheffield 1860, 22oz £200 - £250

951 A Victorian novelty clear glass mustard, as a pear, hinged cover, 8cm high, Norton & White, Birmingham 1898 £200 - £300

954

954 A Victorian silver baby’s rattle, embossed with flowerheads and scrolling leaves, two rows of bells, whistle terminal, coral haft, 14cm long, George Unite, Birmingham 1886 £80 - £120

955 A Victorian silver baluster water jug, pine cone finial, hinged domed cover with gadrooned rim, scroll capped fruitwood handle, engraved with a ribbon-tied swag crested oval cartouche, 19cm high, London 1880, 8.5oz gross £150 - £200

952

952 A Victorian Scottish silver coloured metal mounted novelty combination vinaigrette and letter knife, the stag antler haft with hinged thistle shaped cover set with an amber flashed stone, enclosing a pierced grille, shaped blade, suspension chain, 10cm long, Registration lozenge, c.1883 £100 - £150

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956 A Victorian silver canted rectangular cut-out wine label, of George III design, Amontillado, reeded border, suspension chain, 5cm wide, Charles Stuart Harris, London 1881 £50 - £80

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962 A Victorian silver gilt baby’s rattle, embossed with leafy scrolls and lotus, two rows of bells, whistle terminal, coral haft, 16cm long, Yapp & Woodward, Birmingham 1853 £80 - £120

963 A Victorian silver half fluted oval tea caddy, pushfitting cover, 9.5cm high, Sheffield 1898 £150 - £180

957

957 A Victorian silver compressed globular spirit kettle, burner and stand, arched cane wrapped handle, flush-hinged cover, bright-cut engraved with scrolling foliage, the stand with cabriole legs and shell feet, 32cm high, William Hutton & Sons, London 1879, 27oz gross £200 - £300

964 A Victorian silver half-fluted boat shaped bachelor’s tea pot, ebonised knop finial, hinged domed cover, gadrooned border, scroll handle, ball feet, 20cm long, James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1892, 11.5oz gross £100 - £120

965 A Victorian silver half-fluted shallow campana bowl, ovolo rim, loose ring handles, 14.5cm diam, Samuel Smily, London 1871, 10oz £150 - £200

958 A Victorian silver curved rounded rectangular hip flask, domed hinged bayonet cap, 10.5cm long, London 1896 £40 - £60

966 A Victorian silver melon shaped mustard, domed cover with flower finial, scroll-capped handle, engraved with leafy C-scrolls, shaped apron, cartouche shaped feet, crested, 9.5cm high, William Robert Smily, London 1853 £80 - £120

959 A Victorian silver cylindrical tea caddy, in the Indian taste, push-fitting cover, profusely embossed with scrolling flowering and stiff acanthus, 12cm high, Aitken Brothers, Sheffield 1889 £120 - £180 960 A Victorian silver cylindrical tea caddy, push-on cover, the side embossed with flowers and leafy swags on a textured ground, 8cm high, Aitken Brothers, Sheffield 1898 £70 - £100

967

961 A Victorian silver four piece christening set, comprising a circular plate and an Old English Bead pattern fork, knife and spoon, engraved with scrolling foliage and strapwork, the plate 15cm diam, London 1863, cased £120 - £180 For more images please visit

967 A Victorian silver mounted page turner, the haft well carved with lotus scrolls, plain blade, the socle engraved and chased with stiff leaves, flowers and a vacant shield shaped cartouche, 45.5cm long, Hilliard & Thomasson, Birmingham 1892 £60 - £100 83

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968 A Victorian silver mounted spreading oval faceted claret jug, cut with horizontal banding, hinged cover, ball finial, angular scroll handle, 27cm high, London 1900 £100 - £150

969 A Victorian silver mug, chased and engraved with panels of flowers, scrolling leaves and diapers, scroll handle, skirted foot, gilt interior, 9cm high, E Kerr Reid, London 1868, 5.5oz £100 - £150

970

970 A Victorian silver novelty vesta case, as a pig, cast recumbent, the head hinged as a cover, striker to base, 5cm long, Thomas Johnson, London 1885 £80 - £120

976

976 A Victorian silver slender mallet shaped claret jug, knop finial, hinged domed cover, scroll handle, beaded rim, engraved and etched with wrapped double fleur-de-lys within diapers, spreading foot, 30cm high, London 1869 £100 - £150

971 A Victorian silver novelty vinaigrette, as a horn, hinged cover enclosing a grille, gilt interior, suspension chain, 8cm long, Registration lozenge, Sampson Mordan & Co, London 1873 £200 - £300

977 A Victorian silver spirally fluted baluster sugar caster, knop finial, alternately embossed with bands of acanthus, ball feet, 15.5cm high, Goldsmiths’ Alliance Ltd, London 1889, £100 - £150

972 A Victorian silver pedestal bowl, Monteith rim, chased and engraved with flowerheads and stiff leaves, domed circular foot, 18.5cm diam, London 1896, 12oz £200 - £300

978 A Victorian silver stilton scoop, acanthus ferule, carved mother of pearl haft, 24.5cm long, Sheffield 1868 £100 - £150

973 A Victorian silver rectangular visiting card case, hinged cover, bright-cut engraved with scrolls and lozenges, crested, 9.5cm long, Birmingham 1880 £40 - £60

979 A Victorian silver teapot, hinged domed cover with bud finial, chased with flowers and leaves, centred to recto and verso by a leafy C-scroll cartouche, acanthus capped scroll handle, 24cm long, William Smily, London 1857, 18.5oz £300 - £400

974 A Victorian silver shaped circular salver, the field inscribed and engraved with strapwork and leafy scrolls, beaded border, ball and claw feet, 26cm diam, John & Edward Barnard, London 1866, 17oz £150 - £180

980 A Victorian silver teapot, knop finial, flush-hinged cover, bright-cut engraved with scrolling leaves and strapwork, scroll-capped handle, 24cm long, George John Richards, London 1855, 21.5oz £300 - £400

975 A Victorian silver shaped rectangular vinaigrette, engine turned in bands, hinged cover centred by a crested circular cartouche, gilt interior with pierced grille, 4cm wide, Robert Thornton, Birmingham 1876 Heraldry: crest of Sir Edward Hulse of Breamore, Hampshire £150 - £200

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981 A Victorian silver three piece christening set, comprising knife, fork and spoon, Sheffield 1870, cased; a George IV silver single struck King’s pattern sauce or toddy ladle, 15.5cm long, Edinburgh 1821; etc (5), 8oz gross £70 - £100

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982 A Victorian silver three piece half-fluted rectangular bachelor’s tea service, comprising teapot, milk jug and sugar basin, angular handles, ball feet, the teapot with ivory fittings, 20cm long, registration lozenge, Horace Woodward & Co, London 1885, 18oz gross £300 - £400 983 A Victorian spirally half-fluted baluster pepper caster, knop finial, moulded circular foot, 12.5cm high, London 1885; Victorian silver porringer type sugar basin, inset with a Queen Anne two shilling piece, Charles Stuart Harris, London 1895 (2), 6oz gross £50 - £80 984 A William III style Britannia standard silver toy porringer, half-fluted, leafy scroll handles, 3.5cm high, Lambert & Co, London 1894 £80 - £120

985 A William IV silver campana goblet, engraved with a sheep, moulded circular foot, 13cm high, John James Keith, London 1830 £250 - £350

989

989 A William IV/early Victorian silver rectangular castle top visiting card case, applied with a relief panel of Newstead Abbey, on a pierced and embossed ground of scrolling foliage, to verso with a portrait medallion, after Halliday with Lord George Gordon Byron, hinged cover inscribed Miss M Levy, suspension chain, 10cm long, Taylor & Perry, Birmingham 1836 Provenance: Spencer’s, Retford, July 8th 1991 £600 - £1,000

990 An 18th century silver mote spoon, typically pierced bowl and pointed terminal, 15cm long, bottom marked, c.1750; another, similar (2) £80 - £120

991 An American silver coloured metal rounded square waiter, outswept border profusely chased with flowers and stiff leaves, the field engine turned with roundels and centred by a crest, ball and claw feet, George W Webb & Co, c.1890, 12.5oz £80 - £120

986

986 A William IV silver rectangular visiting card case, chased overall with flowers, thistles and scrolling leaves, centred by a shield shaped cartouche, hinged cover, 9.5cm long, Birmingham 1835 £60 - £80

992 An Art Deco silver and enamel circular powder compact, hinged cover engine turned and decorated in tones of pale blue with radiating bands, 8cm diam, Deakin & Francis, Birmingham 1937 £150 - £200

987 A William IV silver rounded rectangular snuff box, hinged cover, engine turned overall, gilt interior, 7cm wide, Birmingham 1835 £40 - £60

993 An Art Deco silver coloured metal and canary enamel canted square compact, the hinged cover engine turned with radiating bands, 7cm wide,apparently unmarked, c.1930; a rouge box, similar (2) £60 - £100

988 A William IV silver rounded rectangular vinaigrette, engraved with flowers and scrolling leaves and outlined with wrigglework, gilt interior with pierced grille, 3cm over loop, Birmingham 1834 £80 - £120

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994 An Art Nouveau silver and enamel ogee pedestal bowl, the side decorated in tones of mottled blue and green with stylised organic motifs, spreading circular foot, 10.5cm diam, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, London 1903, 4.5oz £200 - £300

995 An Art Nouveau silver mounted hobnail-cut clear glass scent bottle, domed screw-fitting cover embossed with flowers and sinuous lines, star-cut base, 15cm high, Akers & Co, Birmingham 1905 £40 - £60

996 An Art Nouveau silver photograph frame, stylised fluted sides, spreading base, 10.5cm high, Henry Clifford Davis, Birmingham 1913; a George V silver circular easel photograph frame, moulded border, 10.5cm diam, A & J Zimmerman, Birmingham 1911; an early 20th century silver twin-section easel photograph frame, 10.5cm high, import marks (3) £60 - £100

994

997 An Arts and Crafts shouldered square ‘rocket’ shaped vase, angular brackets to sides, 10cm high, Birmingham 1906 £150 - £200 998 An Arts and Crafts silver mounted green glass spreading cylindrical tankard, hinged cover with bud finial and applied with cut-card work and red enamel cabachons, scroll thumbpiece beaded scroll handle, ropetwist girdle applied with further cabachons and centred by a vacant cartouche, 23cm high, partial marks to cover only, London 1902 £100 - £150 999 An Arts and Crafts silver table candlestick, flared cylindrical sconce, broad dished drip pan, spreading square column and base with faux-riveted borders, 30cm high, James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1904 £200 - £300

998

1000 An early 19th century French silver slightly flared cylindrical beaker, quite plain, 8.5cm high, c.1820 £100 - £150

1001 An Early 19th century French silver spreading cylindrical chocolate pot, hinged raised cover with pivoting stirring aperture, ebonised scroll handle, 17.5cm high, c.1810 £500 - £700

1002 An early 19th century silver rounded rectangular snuff box, reeded overall, hinged cover, gilt interior, 8cm wide, marks indistinct, c.1820, 3.5oz £50 - £70

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1003

1003 An early George II silver sparrow beak pitcher cream jug, scroll capped handle, skirted foot, 8cm high, London 1730 £200 - £300

1007

1007 An early Victorian silver rectangular visiting card case, well chased with flowerheads and scrolling leaves on a matted ground, centred to recto by an armorial cartouche, hinged cover, 9.5cm long,Thomas Freeman, Birmingham 1838 Heraldry: arms of Tait impaling Lechmere, Bt. £300 - £500 1008 An early Victorian silver shaped circular waiter, fluted leafy scroll cast border, the field engraved with a band of scrolling foliage and diaper panels, cartouche feet, 19.5cm diam, London 1845, 11oz £150 - £200 1009 An early Victorian silver swing handled basket, pierced with leafy scrolls, leafy cartouche shaped feet, 11cm high, Thomas Bradbury & Sons, Sheffield 1848, 7oz £200 - £300

1004

1010 An Edward VII silver tyg, C-scroll handles, hoof feet, 22cm high, Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1908, 37oz, wooden plinth £300 - £350

1004 An early Victorian Rococo Revival silver twohandled sweetmeat dish, pierced with scrolling foliage centred by a vacant cartouche, cast rim, handles and base, cranberry glass liner, 22cm over handles, Charles Thomas Fox & George Fox, London 1842, 14oz £100 - £150

1011 Oxford University - an Edwardian silver and enamel rounded rectangular vesta case, decorated with the arms of Exeter College, Oxford, hinged cover, striker to base, suspension loop, 5cm long, Chester 1910 £150 - £200

1005 An early Victorian silver butter stand, engraved with alternating panels of flowers and leafy scrolls, shaped clear glass dish, 15.5cm diam, Joseph Angel II & George Angell, London 1844 £120 - £180

1012 An Edwardian silver mounted clear glass domed and facetted inkwell, hinged cover, hobnail-cut base, 11cm diam, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, London 1903 £200 - £300

1006 An early Victorian silver miniature chamber taperstick, as a lotus, hexagonal base, 8cm diam, Robinson, Edkins & Aston, Birmingham 1846; an Edwardian silver rounded rectangular vesta case, hinged cover, engine turned and centred by a circular cartouche, striker to base, 5cm long, Sampson Mordan & Co, Chester 1905 (2) £60 - £100 For more images please visit

1013 An Edwardian silver mounted hymn and prayer book case, the front embossed with Reynolds angels, 9.5cm wide, William Comyns, Birmingham 1904 £50 - £70

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1020 An Edwardian silver three piece oval melon shaped tea service, comprising teapot, milk jug and sugar basin, knop finial, hinged domed cover, scroll handles, shaped pad feet, the teapot with ebonised fittings, 25cm long, Albert Henry Thompson, Sheffield 1908, 35.5oz gross £300 - £400

1021 An Edwardian silver three-piece fluted boat shaped tea service, angular handles, quarter girdle, teapot 18cm high, Sheffield 1902, 43oz £300 - £500 1022 An Edwardian silver two-handled miniature vase, inspired by antiquity, 6cm high, London 1909 £50 - £80

1023 An Edwardian silver two-handled pedestal bowl, chased with flowerheads and foliage, centred by vacant leafy C-scroll cartouches, domed circular foot, 27cm over handles, London 1902, 15.5oz £200 - £300

1014

1014 An Edwardian silver novelty mustard, as Mr Punch, seated, grinning, hinged cover, 6.5cm high, William Hutton & Sons, Birmingham 1903 £600 - £900

1024 An Indian silver coloured metal bowed cream jug, embossed with deities and leaves, lotus capped scroll handle, skirted base, 8cm high, c.1900; a sugar basin, similar; a dish (3) £60 - £100

1015 An Edwardian silver novelty vesta case, textured as a golf ball, hinged cover, striker to base, 5cm high, Rd. No. 470281, Henry Williamson Ltd, Birmingham 1905 £200 - £250

1025 An Indian silver coloured metal double measure, chased with figures amongst trees and domestic buildings, centred by a vacant heart shaped cartouche, probably Lucknow, c.1900 £50 - £80

1016 An Edwardian silver oval pocket squeeze snuff box, flush hinged cover, engraved with scrolling foliage, 8.5cm wide, Birmingham 1904; an Edwardian silver rounded rectangular snuff or vesta box, hinged cover, match strike to base, 6.5cm wide, Birmingham 1902 (2) £50 - £80

1026 An Indian silver rectangular box, the cover, front and sides embossed with scrolling foliage, 12.5cm wide; another, smaller, 9.5cm wide; a similar octagonal pot and cover, 5.5cm high, all late 19th century, 11oz £60 - £100

1017 An Edwardian silver rounded rectangular prayer book case, bright-cut engraved with ivy leaves, centred by a shield shaped cartouche, 10cm long, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1905 £70 - £100

1027 An Indian silver shaped circular bowl, embossed in the European taste with a lady playing on a swing and figures in an idyllic rural landscape, spreading foot, 12.5cm diam, Goopee Nath Dutt & Co, Calcutta, c.1900 £80 - £120

1018 An Edwardian silver shaped arched rectangular easel photograph frame, gadrooned border, 23cm high, retailed by Cooke & Kelvey, Calcutta & Simla, James Deakin & Son, Chester 1904 £50 - £70 1019 An Edwardian silver shaped rectangular visiting card case, engraved overall with scrolling foliage centred by a shield shaped cartouche, 9.5cm high, Birmingham 1909 £60 - £100

1028

1028 An Indian silver three piece tea service, comprising teapot, milk jug and sugar basin, each chased with figures at work, angular scroll handles, skirted bases, the teapot with Ganesh finial, 20cm long, maker RBDB&S, c.1900 £400 - £600 1029 An Indian white metal baluster chocolate pot, domed cover with chain and hinged aperture, rosewood handle, tall footrim, 20cm high, unmarked £200 - £300

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1038 Cricket - an Edwardian silver canted rectangular novelty stamp case, hinged cover engraved with a batsman at the wicket, 2.5cm long, George Lovridge & Co, Birmingham 1909 £50 - £70

1039 Equestrian & Hunting - a pair of late Victorian/ Edwardian silver novelty menu holders, each applied with a riding crop and horseshoe, 5.5cm high, M Bros, Birmingham 1901, cased £250 - £350

1040 Military - an Edwardian silver patent pocket cigar case, spring-loaded hinged cover enclosing a gilt interior, inscribed Armr. Staff Sergt. G Watson From the Officers, N.C.Officers and Riflemen, 2nd Bn. K.R. Rifles 1904, 11.5cm long, Sampson Mordan & Co, London 1901, 4.5oz £80 - £120

1030

1030 An Indo-Persian silver coloured metal circular bowl, applied with lozenges and bands of scrolling leafy stems, domed foot, 21cm diam, apparently unmarked, 19th century, 29oz £400 - £600

1041 Sailing - a George VI silver and enamel hemi-ovoid pedestal dish, applied with a pennant and inscribed R J H Longman, ‘Dulcibella’, London-Cowes Race 1938, Best Log, spreading circular foot, 10cm high, Robert Pringle, London 1938, 5oz £100 - £150

1031 An Irish pedestal trophy cup, the Mackie Quaich, chased in the Celtic taste with dragon and knot motifs, knopped stem, spreading base, 24cm over handles, T Weir & Sons, Dublin 1936, 16oz gross (excluding base)£100 - £150

1042 A George V silver novelty taper lighter, as a cat, seated, smiling, with tail erect, 6cm high, Rd. No. 558157, H V Pithey & Co, Birmingham 1910 £200 - £300

1032 An Irish silver butter shell, of 18th century design, naturalistically cast in heavy gauge, 14.5cm wide, Dublin 1994, 15oz £250 - £350

1043 A George III silver novelty caddy spoon, the bowl as an acorn, bright-cut engraved and outlined with wrigglewok, 7.5cm long, Elizabeth Morley, London 1813 £50 - £70

1033 An unusual Edwardian silver two-piece strawberry suite, comprising cream boat and sugar basin, the divided scroll handle as a lily, shaped and crimped borders, the cream 11.5cm long, James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1893 £120 - £180

1044 A George III silver caddy spoon, heart shaped bowl, divided stem with broad terminal, 7cm long, John Shea, London 1803 £50 - £70

1034 An unusual Victorian silver circular dish, with a Ushaped collar terminating in scrolls, 14.5cm diam, Henry Allday & Son, Birmingham 1889, 7oz £150 - £200

1044A An Edwardian silver and tortoiseshell mounted cut clear glass scent bottle, screw-fitting cover, 6cm high, Birmigham 1907; another; a George III silver mounted cruet bottle, Sheffield 1805 (3) £40 - £60

1035 An unusual Victorian silver cream jug and sugar basin, textured overall, branch handle, the feet cast as buds, the basin 10cm diam, Hukin & Heath, London 1885, 9oz gross £300 - £500

1044B An Edwardian silver propelling pencil, 8cm over loop, Birmingham 1903; others, etc (5) £60 - £80

1044C A George III silver travelling shaving brush, 8.5cm long (retracted), London 1805; a spectacles case, George Unite, Birmingham 1897; a pair of silver cased folding scissors, Chester 1891 (3) £60 - £100

1036 An unusual Victorian silver mounted hobnail-cut clear glass cylindrical spirit decanter, domed cover with a coronet cresting and applied with a cut-card monogram, slice-cut shoulder, star-cut base, 18.5cm high, Henry William Curry, London 1883 £80 - £120

1045 A Chinese silver shouldered ovoid vase, embossed in panels with a dragon, a blossoming prunus, leafy bamboo and a figure in a pagoda, 10cm high, Tien Shing, Hong Kong, c.1880 £150 - £200

1037 Asprey - an Art Deco style silver and rose gold rectangular cigarette box, hinged cover enclosing twin compartments, engine turned overall, the mounts and bracket feet chased with scrolling foliage. 17.5cm wide, London 1970 £300 - £400 For more images please visit

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1046

1046 A Japanese silver rectangular dressing table casket, engraved overall with flowers and leafy branches, hinged cover with swing handle, enclosing a velvet lined lift-out tray with provision for rings and trinkets, bracket feet, 13cm wide, signed, Meiji period £300 - £500

1050

1050 A 9ct gold cased open face pocket watch, white enamel dial, Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds, button wind movement, 55mm diam, 80.8g gross; a 9ct rose gold double link Albert chain, spring clip terminals, T bar, 42g gross (2) £500 - £600

1047 A composed set of six Chinese silver teaspoons, the terminals differently pierced and embossed with figures, characters and leafy bamboo, sugar bows en-suite, c.1910, cased £40 - £60

1051

1048

1051 A Corum lady’s feather dial wristwatch, circular plain dial, blue sapphire set winder, textured articulated 18ct yellow gold case and strap, movement number 27482, case number 137184, 15cm long, 47.5g gross, c. 1975 £500 - £700

1048 A Chinese silver coloured metal filigree book shaped visiting card case, decorated with raised panels of butterflies amongst scrolling foliage, 9.5cm long, apparently unmarked, c.1900 £60 - £100

1052 A Dennison Watch Co 9ct gold hunter pocket watch, white enamel dial, Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds, button wind movement, 49mm diam, Birmingham 1920, 91g gross £300 - £400

1049 A Chinese silver rectangular vesta case, chased in relief with blossoming prunus on a textured ground, to verso with leafy bamboo, hinged cover, striker to base, 4.5cm long, Wang Hing & Co, Hong Kong c.1900 £100 - £150 For more images please visit

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1053 A gentleman’s Omega de Ville automatic wristwatch, textured champagne dial, baton markers, centre seconds, date aperture, yellow gold case, movement serial no 34012054, 33mm diam, associated expanding bracelet strap, boxed with original instructions and guarantee dated 7th April 1973 £100 - £150

1062 A late 19th century Turkish silver hunter pocket watch, enamelled front cover, decorated with a military officer, white dial, arrow batons, subsidiary seconds, key wind movement, serial no 403539, stamped 875/84, 48mm diam, 85.7g gross £50 - £80

1063 A Pinnacle 9ct gold hunter pocket watch, white dial, Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds, button wind movement, inscribed dust cover, Clarence from Grandmother Manison on attaining his Majority, Jan 24th 1916, Chester 1915, 52mm diam, 105g gross £300 - £400

1054 A George III silver hunter case pocket watch, white enamel dial, Roman numerals, fusee movement, by B Gray, Loughbrough, serial 5916, 52mm wide, London 1783 £120 - £180

1055 A George III silver pair cased verge fusee pocket watch, 4.5cm enamel dial inscribed with Roman numerals, pierced and engraved balance cock, 8.5cm over loop, Birmingham 1815 £120 - £150 1056 A George III silver pair cased verge fusee pocket watch, by N Prestory, London, 4.5cm enamel dial inscribed with Roman numerals, the movement signed and numbered 6120, 8.5cm over loop, Birmingham 1813 £120 - £150 1057 A George III silver verge pair-cased pocket watch, enamel dial with chapter ring inscribed BROWN HARTIN in lieu of numerals, movement signed Gimbeltt & Vale/Birmingham, the case London 1801

Brown Hartin was a Birmingham resident who commissioned the watch; his posterity later moved to Canada. John Gimblett was born c. 1740, and was in business by 1766 when he and others wrote a letter of complaint to the Secretary of State concerning the business practices of Matthew Boulton, and in 1770 was in partnership with William Vale (working from 1760) specialising in watches. £80 - £120

1064

1064 A gentleman’s Rolex 6426 Oyster Precision wristwatch, silver sunburst dial, rectangular baton markers, arrow tip hands, manual wind movement, centre seconds, stainless steel case and original thirteen link fold band strap, 37mm diam inc crown, case serial no 2041012, service guarantee cert dated 15/07/96, green leather Rolex box £400 - £600

1058 A lady’s 18ct gold open face pocket watch, white dial, Arabic numerals, button wind movement,Thomas Russell, Liverpool, 40mm diam., 48g gross £300 - £400 1059 A lady’s Elgin 14ct gold hunter cased pocket watch, white dial, Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds, button wind movement, allover floral and shell engraved case ,stamped 14k, 36mm diam, 18ct gold hallmarked suspension loop, 462.g gross £250 - £350

1065 A Tudor Rolex wristwatch, circular silver dial, Arabic numeral and arrow baton markers, subsidiary seconds, manual wind movement, 9ct yellow gold case, 29mm diam, serial no 178930, associated expanding bracelet strap, replaced winder (none Rolex), 46.1g gross £130 - £180

1060 A lady’s Rolex precision 18ct yellow gold wrist watch, shaped rectangular dial, gold baton markers, manual wind movement, snake skin effect leather strap, Rolex buckle, case serial no 2673890, 23mm diam, 17.5 go gross c.1975 £300 - £400

1066 An Art Deco angular drop Swiss enamelled 935 silver lady’s suspension fob watch, inverted silvered dial, Arabic numerals, pink guilloche enamelled front surround, conforming rear cover adorned with a marcasite basket of flowers central motif, stamped 935, serial number 327096/S, 7.1g gross £100 - £150

1061 A lady’s Tissot 18ct yellow gold 1853 date just wristwatch, white enamel dial, gold Roman numerals, date aperture, 26mm diam, later leather strap, 19.6g gross £150 - £200

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1070 An Edward VII gold hunter pocket watch, by W W Chalfont, 14 Cloudesley Square, London , white enamel dial, Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds, button wind movement, engraved monogram to front and rear covers, 18ct yellow gold case and dust cover, London 1906, 48mm diam, 111.99g gross £400 - £600

1067

1067 An Art Deco diamond encrusted platinum cocktail watch, silvered dial, gold baton markers, rectangular case and open ornate bracelet encrusted with sixty nine round old brilliant cut diamonds, five row chain link strap,unmarked wind up movement, indistinct marks to case , 16cm long, 20g gross £800 - £1,200

1071

1068 An early 20th century French gold cased fob watch, cream dial, Arabic numerals, button wind movement, 18ct yellow gold case, 22mm diam,11.5g gross, housed in a similar period unmarked yellow gold wristwatch conversion case, 9ct gold expanding bracelet strap,18.7g gross £250 - £350

1071 A gentleman’s IWC Yacht Club Automatic wristwatch, silvered satin dial, baton markers, date aperture, centre seconds, stainless steel case, 35mm diam, original seven row chain link bracelet, c.1970 £400 - £600

1069 An early 20th century French lady’s diamond cocktail watch, circular silvered dial, Arabic numerals, the case outer ring encrusted with a band of thirty four diamonds, white gold case, manual wind movement, associated expanding bracelet strap, 23mm diam, 26.4g gross £200 - £300

1072 An unusual silver gilt pocket watch, gold plated Albert chain hung with a stone set gold fob seal (unengraved), enamel Turkish dial, case London 1845, arms of the Sultanate of Turkey on case and movement, movement signed J Dent [sic] London numbered 118 on rim of case. Mahmud II was Sultan of Turkey in 1845.

£150 - £180

1073 A Victorian 18ct gold open face pocket watch , white enamel dial, Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds, unnamed key wind fusee movement, serial 39747, 50mm wide, London 1873, 112.2g gross, complete with key; a Victorian 18ct gold twisting oval link double Albert chain, with spring clip ends, T bar, 41cm long, 45.7g gross (2) £1,500 - £2,000 1074 An early Victorian silver pair cased verge fusee pocket watch, 4.5cm enamel dial inscribed with Roman numerals, pierced and engraved balance cock, 7.5cm over loop, Birmingham 1839 £120 - £150

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1079 A champagne diamond navette solitaire ring, the six claw set stone approximately 1.09ct, white gold claws, 14ct yellow gold shank, finger size M, 2.6g gross £800 - £1,200

1081 A 19th century continental silver oval locket, raised yellow gold cruciform, scrolling foliate body, rope twist outer frame, rear glazed aperture, 62mm drop, 36mm wide, unmarked, 19.4 g; associated white metal chain (2) £120 - £150 1082 A 19th century French enamelled Fleur de Lys mourning locket/pendant, oval body, raised central panel, blue and white floral motif surround, rear glazed door, unmarked white metal mount, 68mm drop, 23.3g gross £100 - £150

1083 A 19th century French Etruscan revival blood stone and seed pearl brooch, four circular blood stone panels, surrounding a central blister pearl set raised flower head, triple tear drop suspension droplets, unmarked 18ct yellow gold frame, 50mm x 38mm, 9.3g gross , £200 - £250

1075

1075 A lady’s Balenciaga 18ct gold wristwatch, white dial, Roman numeral baton markers, coiled rope case, original green crocodile skin leather effect strap, case marked Balenciaga 750, numbered 078 £2,500 - £3,000

1084 A 19th century French high carat gold amethyst and seed pearl anchor locket, central oval facetted amethyst adorned with a thirteen seed pearl encrusted anchor, rope twist frame, unmarked mount, 30mm x 25mm, 11.3g gross £160 - £200

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1085 A 19th century French ivory necklace, tapering ivory crescent central section, unmarked 18ct yellow gold suspension caps, fine link chain, 38cm long, 10.9g gross £140 - £180

1086 A 19th century French locket pendant,stepped oval body, raised central seed pearl, scrolling wave surround, unmarked 18ct yellow gold body,, 50mm x 24mm, 3.9g gross £120 - £150 1078

1078 An impressive articulated diamond flower head cluster bracelet, encrusted with one hundred and seventy two navette and brilliant cut diamonds, totalling approximately 7.8ct, unmarked white gold mounts, 18.5cm long, 33.2g gross £5,000 - £6,000

1087

1087 A 19th century Italian enamelled tablet brooch, the convex rectangular panel painted with mountainous lake landscape, unmarked high carat yellow gold scrolling frame, 32mm x 48mm, 8.4g gross £400 - £500 1088 A 19th century oval Pietra dura pendant, still life rose and flowers, cast yellow metal four row frame, unmarked, triangular suspension ring, 55mm drop, 8.3g gross £300 - £400

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1094 A 20th century Italian shell cameo brooch, Bust portrait of a girl facing right, 18ct gold beaded mount, stamped 750 Italy, 53mm x 42mm , 16.6g gross £120 - £150

1095 A 20th century Judy Mayfield Rainbow sapphire ring, channel set with twelve multicolour square cut sapphires, changing from purple to red tones, 18ct. yellow gold shank, finger size 0, 5g gross £200 - £300 1096 A 20th century single strand cultured pearl necklace, uniform, pearls approx. 6.8mm diam. each, united by a 14ct spiral bead clasp, 44cm long £100 - £150

1089

1089 A 19th century oval shell cameo brooch, as a chariot being pulled by three rearing horses, shell and scroll cast yellow metal mount, unmarked, 80mm long, 31.4g gross £250 - £350

1097 A 20th century turquoise flower brooch, central green turquoise cabochon surrounded by six arching petals, each set with three graduated turquoise cabochons, the petals separated by three wire fronds, 9ct yellow gold mount, London 1963, 35mm diam, 7.3g gross £60 - £80 1098 A 9ct yellow gold three petal clover brooch, veined leaves and stalk, engraved verso Y.W.R.N 1938-1948, 27mm high, 4.8g gross, cased £50 - £80

1099 A black and white diamond marquise ring, central stepped nine stone brilliant cut black diamond cluster, arranged as a diamond surrounded by a band of sixteen white eight cut diamonds and eighteen brilliant cut black diamonds, white gold claws, 9ct white gold shank, finger size P, 3.8g gross £200 - £250

1090

1090 A 19th century shell cameo brooch, allegorical scene of an angel and three horses, framed by an undulating blue enamel and spiralling ribbon yellow metal mount, unmarked, 65mm long; another profile portrait of a Roman gentleman, conforming frame, 64mm high (2) £700 - £1,000 1091 A 19th century shell cameo brooch, bust portrait of Muse with lyre,shaped 9ct gold mount, steel pin, 63mm x 49mm , 14.8g gross £120 - £180

1092 A 19th century shell cameo brooch, portrait of Baccante with a lion, grapes,spear, rope twist gold mount, unmarked, 57mm x 48mm, 21g gross £120 - £160

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1100 A Cognac diamond pavé ring, set with thirty three round brilliant cut diamonds, arranged in three rows of eleven, total diamond weight approx 1ct, 9ct yellow gold shank, finger size P, 4.2g gross £300 - £400

1101 A collection of sixteen reverse painted intaglio crystals, various subjects including three Penguins, Pheasant, Geese, Terrier, Geisha, seated Guan Yin, flowers, etc (16) £80 - £120

1093

1102 A contemporary diamond two tone gold bracelet, the nine solitaire diamond set white gold cylinder links, joined by eight rose gold diamond encrusted arched rectangular hinged links, smaller end link, 18ct rose and white gold mounts, 18.5cm long, 12.7g gross £400 - £600

1093 A 20th century diamond ring, central triple step diamond pinnacle within a scaled and foliate surround, raised diamond encrusted border, indistinctly marked white gold shank, finger size L, 13.5g gross £200 - £300 For more images please visit

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1103 A continental high carat gold and turquoise wheel brooch, central seven turquoise bead flower head, open pin wheel mount, outer ring of thirty four small turquoise beads, indistinct marks, 36mm diam, 6.6g gross £160 - £200

1107 A diamond and emerald bracelet, the thirteen flower head links, each with a central oval emerald, flanked by four brilliant cut diamonds, two each side, within four petal mounts, joined by ring links, spring clasp, stamped 750, 17cm long, 20.3 g gross £1,200 - £1,800

1104 A diamond and amethyst cluster ring, the central circular brilliant cut amethyst, approx. 3.5ct, surrounded by a single band of fourteen brilliant cut diamonds, platinum claw tips, open bifurcated shoulders, 18ct yellow gold shank, finger size O, 5.1 g gross £200 - £300

1108

1108 A diamond and ruby galloping horse brooch, 18ct yellow gold body, ruby eye, white gold mane and tail encrusted with sixteen small diamonds, London 1971, 58mm long, 13.4g gross £350 - £400

1105

1105 A diamond and citrine pendant brooch, central oval citrine approx 14mm x 18mm,set within Art Nouveau open frame, encrusted with twenty old and mixed cut diamonds, 18ct gold mounts, indistinct marks, 35mm x 44mm, 13.3g gross £450 - £500

1109

1109 A diamond and sapphire three stone ring, oval central blue sapphire approx. 1.72ct, flanked by two round brilliant cut diamonds, total diamond weight approx. 0.60ct, 18ct yellow gold shank, finger size R, 4g gross £1,000 - £1,500 1106

1106 A diamond and citrine ribbon spray brooch, central oval citrine, approx 4.75ct, raised four claw set, within a tied textured ribbon and twelve branch surround, encrusted with thirteen round brilliant cut diamonds,18ct white gold mounts,52mm long, 12.5g gross £350 - £450

1110

1110 A diamond and tanzanite pendant necklace, graduated scroll drop set with three round brilliant cut diamond and five tanzanites, 9ct. white gold mount and fine link chain, 45cm long, 4g gross £80 - £120

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1111 A diamond aquamarine and seed pearl pendant necklace, inverted triangular diamond slide link, suspending an oval aquamarine, three seed pearl bar, triangular diamond link, terminating in a cushion cut aquamarine, 43mm drop length, unmarked white metal mounts, 18ct white gold curb link chain, 55cm long, 6.8g gross £400 - £500

1116 A diamond marquise ring, central old brilliant cut diamond, approx. 0.45ct, flanked by an array of twenty seven assorted sized old brilliant cut stones, 18ct white gold setting and shank, finger size L, 4.6g gross £1,000 - £1,500

1112

1112 A diamond cluster ring, central brilliant cut diamond approx. 0.53ct, claw set within an open band of fifteen smaller brilliant cut diamonds, thirteen diamond set shoulders, total diamond weight approx.0.86ct, finger size L, unmarked white metal shank, 3.6g gross £1,600 - £2,000

1113 A diamond flowerhead ring, central raised collet set diamond, set within a band of twelve further diamonds, platinum mount, 18ct yellow gold shank, finger size Q, 4.2g gross £180 - £220

1117

1114 A diamond half eternity ring; seven round brilliant cut diamonds, channel set, total diamond weight approx 0.50ct, 9ct yellow gold shank, finger size N, 2.6g gross £200 - £250

1117 A diamond pendant necklace, open shaped oval floral drop pendant encrusted with thirty eight old brilliant cut diamonds, total diamond weight approx. 2.20ct,unmarked white metal mount, fine link platinum chain, 42cm long, 7.3g gross £1,200 - £1,800

1118 A diamond solitaire ring, brilliant cut diamond approx. 0.80ct, claw set ,platinum shoulder tips set with a small diamond chips, 18ct yellow gold shank, finger size N, 2.5g gross £800 - £1,200

1115

1115 A diamond half hoop cluster ring, central row of eighteen baguette diamonds, flanked by two rows of nine round brilliant cut diamonds, total diamond weight approx. 3.47ct, 18ct white gold shank, finger size O, 13g gross £2,800 - £3,200

1119

1119 A diamond solitaire ring, oval brilliant cut diamond approx. 0.82ct, platinum claw set, 18ct white gold shank, finger size M, 3.9g gross £1,000 - £1,500 1120 A diamond solitaire ring, the brilliant cut diamond approx. 1.0ct. white gold eight point crown claw setting, 18ct gold shank, finger size R, 3.2g gross £500 - £700

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1125 A French diamond pendant, as a bunch of grapes, the principle round old cut diamond shield boss set, suspending a bunch of grapes, encrusted with three smaller diamonds, total weight approx 1.0ct, indistinctly marked yellow gold mounts, 40mm long, 1.7g gross £600 - £800

1126 A gentleman’s solitaire diamond signet ring, round brilliant cut diamond approx 0.60ct, open claw set, 18ct yellow gold shank, finger size X, 8.5g gross £300 - £500

1121

1121 A diamond solitaire ring, the marquise diamond approx. 1.6ct, platinum shank, finger size L, 4.4g gross £1,500 - £2,000

1127

1127 A George III oval mourning ring, decorated with a single seed pearl set filigree obelisk in parkland landscape, inscribed verso M Lawrence died 11th July 1789 age 66 and J Brown died 1st July 1789 aged 69, unmarked yellow metal mount, finger size N, 5.6g gross £300 - £400

1122

1122 A diamond, emerald, ruby, sapphire and pearl parrot brooch, encrusted with fifty four diamonds, twelve emeralds, ten rubies, fourteen sapphires, modelled perching upon a single pearl, unmarked yellow and white metal mount, 5.4cm long, 5.8g gross £600 - £800

1128 A green jadeite dress ring, the oval multi-tonal green jadeite cabochon, approx. 14mm x 10mm, collar and quarter claw set, unmarked yellow gold mount and shank, finger size M, 4g gross £350 - £450

1123 A fine Art Deco diamond brooch, three circular brilliant cut diamonds, total diamond weight approximately 0.50ct, raised channel and collet set, above a cast frame of apertures and geometric decorated panels, 14ct white gold mount, stamped 585, 45mm long, 5.6g gross £300 - £400

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1124

1129 A heart shape sapphire and diamond necklace, central pale blue heart sapphire approx. 4.60ct, enclosed by a diamond encrusted twisting rope frame, set with fifty brilliant cut stones, 18ct yellow gold fine fancy link chain, set with eight further diamonds, stamped 750, 46cm long, 28.2g gross £1,800 - £2,200

1124 A fine ruby and diamond bracelet, five graduated oval flower head clusters, encrusted with fifteen rubies, total weight approx. 7.34ct, forty two round brilliant cut diamonds, total weight approx. 2.92ct, 18ct white gold articulated triangular link bracelet, 16cm long, 28.5g gross £3,000 - £4,000 For more images please visit

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1130 A large amethyst solitaire ring, approx. 17.31ct, repousse floral collar, 9ct rose gold shank, finger size Q ,8.8g gross £300 - £400

1139 A pair of Colombian emerald and diamond earrings, square cut emerald, diamond set, suspending a double arch and graduating alternate round brilliant cut diamond and emerald drop, 18ct yellow gold mount, white metal studs, unmarked, 24mm drop, 3.8g gross (2) £100 - £150

1131 A large Victorian gold coloured metal mounted shell cameo brooch, carved with a bust length profile of the Greek Horae Phthinoporon, with attributes emblematic of Autumn, 7cm x 6cm overall, c.1880, cased £300 - £400

1132 A late 18th/19th century white stone cameo brooch, portrait of a lady facing right, ornate yellow metal mount, probably pinchbeck, 52mm x 45mm, 23.6g gross £50 - £80

1140

1133 A late 19th century diamond and sapphire Etruscan revival hinge bangle, raised platform inset with three diamonds and four sapphires, alternate set , within two triple row stepped bands, spring clasp and safety chain, stamped 9ct, 66mm diam, 13g gross £80 - £120

1140 A pair of diamond and ruby ear clips, each shaped arching body encrusted with three graduating rubies and ten brilliant cut diamonds, unmarked white metal mount and ear pin, 22mm long, 9.9g gross £700 - £900 1141 A pair of diamond and ruby earrings, each flower head drop with central diamond surrounded by a band of rubies, eight diamond set petals, suspended from a diamond encrusted tapering oval linkage and drop bar stud, unmarked yellow and white gold mounts , 30mm drop, 6.4g gross (2) £1,200 - £1600

1134 A late 19th century twisting link 15ct gold Albert chain, spring ring clasp, 9ct gold T bar, 42g gross, hung with a Victorian coin, gold plated mount (2) £300 - £350

1135 A mid-20th century diamond and cultured pearl ring, large single pearl, approx. 8mm diam, yellow gold crown, within diamond chip set shoulders, unmarked yellow and white gold shank, engraved JM 19/3/54, finger size M, 3.1g gross £120 - £180

1142 A pair of diamond and ruby earrings, each with a central round old cut ruby, approx. 0.40ct surrounded by a band of eight old brilliant cut diamonds, approx. 0.46ct ,total stone weights approx. ruby 0.80ct, diamonds, 0.92ct, unmarked white metal mounts and ear clamp fittings, 2.9g gross (2) £600 - £800

1136 A graduated amber bead necklace, fifty-three graduated beads, of mottled yellow and butterscotch tones, the largest 2.5cm long, length of drop 44cm £800 - £1,200

1143

1143 A pair of diamond and ruby fox head cuff links, encrusted though out with a total of sixty four old cut diamonds, ruby eyes, white metal masks, unmarked yellow gold mounts and figure of eight link bars, 12mm diam, 6.2g gross (2) £700 - £900

1137

1137 A nine stone diamond flowerhead shirt stud, central brilliant cut diamond approx 0.30ct, surrounded by eight further diamonds, total diamond weight approx 1.25ct, 18ct yellow gold mount, threaded pillar and back plate, 12mm diam, 3.7g gross £300 - £500

1144 A pair of diamond ear studs, each set with a single round brilliant cut diamond approx. 0.75ct, total diamond weight approx. 1.50ct, unmarked white metal mounts, studs, butterflies, 1.4g gross (2) £1,500 - £2,000

1138 A pair of 20th century Whitby Jet and seed pearl tulip head floral drop earrings, gold wire hook suspensions,cultured pearl link, Whitby Jet opening tulip flower head terminal, unmarked, 35mm drop, 5.4g gross £50 - £80 For more images please visit

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1149 A pair of pavé diamond ear clips, each arched body set with two rows of eight square cut diamonds, flanked to either side by a row of ten round brilliant cut diamonds, total diamond weight approx 3ct, 18ct white gold mounts, 16mm arch, 8.1g gross (2) £800 - £1,200 1145

1145 A pair of diamond set mushroom brooches, yellow gold open scrolling lattice mushroom form centre, crowned with a single cushion diamond, double row safety pin bar, unmarked, 26mm long, 6.4g gross (2) £200 - £300 1146 A pair of emerald and diamond earrings, each with central tear drop emerald approx. 0.68ct, suspended within a diamond encrusted frame, set with eighteen round brilliant cut diamonds, unmarked yellow metal mount, ear hook, drop link, set with two further round brilliant cut diamonds , 28mm drop, 3.5g gross (2) £2,000 - £3,000

1150

1150 A pair of single stone diamond drop earrings, the round old brilliant cut diamonds, each approx 0.70ct, 18ct white gold wire hook fittings,unmarked, alterations, with original ear fittings, boxed, 1.9g gross (2) £600 - £800

1151 A pink coral cameo brooch, portrait of Flora, unmarked gold rope twist frame and mount, 40mm x 30mm, 8.9g gross £60 - £80

1147

1147 A pair of Italian Panther head hoop earrings, rounded rectangular 18ct yellow gold circular body, Panther head terminal, 30mm diam, stamped 750 Italy, 14.1g gross (2) £400 - £600

1152

1148 A pair of mabe pearl and diamond ear clips, central mabe pearl, double ring surround, four cube corners, each set with a single diamond, total diamond weight approx. 1.7ct, 32mm diam, unmarked 18ct yellow gold mount and pin, 20.1g gross (2) £600 - £800

1152 A sapphire and diamond cluster ring, central oval blue sapphire, claw set above an arrangement of six baguette and ten round brilliant cut diamonds, white gold crown, 18ct yellow gold shank, finger size R, 5.3g gross £300 - £500 1153 A sapphire and diamond heart ring, central pale blue heart shape sapphire , approx 0.70ct, surrounded by a band of twelve round brilliant cut diamonds, 18ct yellow gold shank, 3.8g gross £300 - £400

1154 A sapphire and diamond oval cluster ring, central oval pale blue sapphire, 7mm x 5.5mm, approximately 1.3ct; surrounded by a band of ten round brilliant cut diamonds, 18ct. yellow gold shank, finger size 0, 4g gross £600 - £1,000

1149

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1161 A solitaire diamond ring, round brilliant cut approximately 0.38ct. white gold claws, 18ct. yellow gold shank, finger size M, 2g gross, with certificate (2)£150 - £200

1162 A Tanzanite and diamond cruciform pendant, encrusted with twelve oval square and round cut tanzanites, approx 1.53 ct, eight small round brilliant cut diamonds to cross joint, 18ct. gold yellow gold mound, 30mm, 3.4g gross £150 - £200

1155

1163 A three panel pavé diamond ring, encrusted with one hundred and four round brilliant cut diamonds, total diamond weight approx 1,5ct, 9ct yellow gold shank, finger size N, 3.7g gross £300 - £400

1155 A sapphire and diamond three stone ring, central oval blue sapphire approx. 3.8ct, flanked by brilliant cut oval diamonds approx. 1ct each, 18ct yellow gold shank, finger size R, 8.8g gross £1700 - £2,000 1156 A seven stone diamond half hoop ring, the seven round brilliant cut diamonds each approx. 0.21ct, total diamond weight approx. 1.47ct, arching bar dividers, platinum shank ,finger size L, 5.1g gross £700 - £1,000

1157 A shell cameo pendant brooch, the three graces,9ct gold spiral ribbon frame and mount, import marks Sheffield 1984, 48mm x 40mm, 14.5g gross £100 - £150

1164

1164 A three stone diamond ring, central old brilliant cut diamond approx. 0.9ct, flanked by two smaller diamonds, each approx. 0.50ct, total diamond weight approx. 1.9ct, open claw set, 18ct yellow gold shank, finger size M, 4.9g gross £700 - £1,000

1158

1165

1158 A single strand amber bead necklace, the orangey yellow oval and globular beads interspaced with two sections of larger beads, base metal ring clasp, 145cm long £150 - £200

1165 A three stone diamond ring, central round brilliant cut diamond, approx. 1.24ct, flanked by two smaller stones, total diamond weight approx 2.89ct, 18ct white gold shank, finger size P, 4.1g gross £5,000 - £6,000

1159 A single strand graduated cultured pearl necklace, unmarked yellow metal spring clasp, 41cm long, 14.8g gross £70 - £100

1166 A triple shield boss pavé diamond ring, stepped concentric rings, encrusted with seventeen round brilliant and forty seven rhomboid diamonds, total diamond weight approx 1ct, 9ct yellow gold shank, finger size P, 3g gross £300 - £400

1160 A solitaire diamond bar brooch, the brilliant cut diamond approx 0.40ct, eight claw set, unmarked rounded rectangular white gold bar, 62mm long, 4.4g gross, boxed £200 - £300

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1168

1167 A two strand pearl necklace, the irregular graduated globular pearls ranging in size from approx. 5mm to 9mm diam, individually Knotted, ornate 9ct yellow gold spring hook and slide clasp, 49.5cm long, 60.8g gross £150 - £200 1168 A Victorian art nouveau diamond fringe necklace, articulated scrolling sinuous body encrusted with approx. one hundred old brilliant cut diamonds, yellow metal mount, fine link white metal chain, 40cm long, 16.9g gross, original fitted case £4,000 - £4,500

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1172 A Victorian shell cameo pendant brooch, bust portrait of a lady, flowing ringlet hair, 9ct gold mount, 49mm x 40mm, 14.8g gross £100 - £150

1173 A yellow gold rope and anchor brooch, central anchor, wrapped with a trailing rope coil, 33mm high, unmarked, 5.4g; an early 20th century seed pearl name brooch, Alba, encrusted with forty seed pearls, 36mm long, unmarked gold mount, 4.8g gross (2) £80 - £120

1174 A yellow gold three strand popcorn link necklace, three uniform strands, oval faceted diamond cut bead drop, six individual length pendant droplets with spiral cut globular terminals, spring clasp, stamped 375, 40cm long, 9g £100 - £150

1169

1169 A Victorian cameo brooch, three-quarter length portrait of an angel, engraved ornate undulating arch and trefoil yellow gold mount, unmarked, 6.5cm X 5.5cm , 17g gross £200 - £250

1170 A Victorian gold Etruscan revival target brooch, raised central panel, flanked by alternating six section wirework and beaded surround, rear glazed aperture,15ct gold body, safety chain, steel pin, import marks Birmingham 1886, 40mm diameter, 7.4g gross £140 - £160

1175

1175 A 20th century Iranian high carat yellow gold tablet pendant, the agate panel inscribed in Farsi with verse, to verso, May You Always Be Looked After By The Compassionate God, Heidi, 45mm x 35mm, 37.2g gross £500 - £800

1176 An amber necklace, mixed orange, milky and candy floss amber graduated irregular multi-shape beads, individually knotted to string core, base metal threaded barrel clasp, 54cm long; a similar bracelet, spring hook clasp, 18cm long, total weight 87.4g gross (2) £80 - £120

1171

1171 A Victorian sapphire diamond and pearl pendant brooch, eight point flower head with pale blue cushion cut sapphire centre, approx. 1.85ct, the eight petals alternate set with four old cut diamonds, four pearls, surrounded by an open arching frame, encrusted with forty mixed cut diamonds and eight seed pearls, unmarked white metal mount, yellow metal frame and pin, 41mm long, 19.6g gross £1,200 - £1,800 For more images please visit

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1177 An aquamarine and diamond cluster ring, central table cut aquamarine, approx. 9.0mm x 7mm, weight approx. 1.70ct, surrounded by ten round brilliant cut diamonds, total diamond weight approx. 0.60ct, platinum mount, 18ct yellow gold shank, finger size P, 5.5g gross £700 - £1,000 102

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1178 An Art Deco diamond and emerald ring, central square table cut emerald, surrounded by a platinum checker board platform, encrusted with twelve old cut diamonds, 18ct yellow gold frame and shank, finger size L, 3.2g gross £250 - £300

1184

1184 An early 20th century diamond sapphire and fire opal Insect brooch, central oval fire opal body, the head and wings encrusted with eighteen old cut diamonds, tail section set with three sapphires and four old cut diamonds in four stripes, tapering yellow gold bar, globular terminal, unmarked gold mount and frame, 4.3cm long, 6.4g gross £400 - £500

1179

1179 An Art Deco diamond brooch, the arched sectional body encrusted with twenty five continental rose cut diamonds, white gold topped setting, open scrolled yellow metal mount and bar, unmarked, 7.3cm long, 11g gross Formerly the property of Anita Mead who was given it by Margaretha Schreinemakers after appearing on her Television show £400 - £600

1180 An Art Deco green and white paste costume jewellery bracelet, the articulated link bracelet set with forty five green square cut stones, each flanked by two circular diamond set white stones, safety chain, marked D.R. Pat,152764, white metal mounts, 16.6cm long, 13.1g gross £150 - £200 1181 An Art Nouveau amethyst and seed pearl pendant necklace, double bow body, hung with two oval/tear drop amethysts, the sinuous framework encrusted with graduated seed pearls; 9ct. gold mounts, 5cm drop, suspended from yellow metal entwined knot fine link chain, unmarked, 9g gross £70 - £100

1185

1185 An early 20th century diamond star brooch, raised central diamond approx. 0.40ct surrounded by a six point star collar, within a six point star frame, interspersed with plain ridged arms each with brilliant cut diamond terminals, the whole encrusted with fifty five brilliant and old cut diamonds, total diamond weight approx. 1.5ct, unmarked yellow gold mount, 40mm diam, 10.4g gross £1,500 - £2,000

1182 An Art Nouveau seed pearl and pale blue topaz pendant, central topaz set flower, flanked by seed pearl adorned scrolling arches and foliate, inverted flower drop terminal, 9ct rose gold mounts, 50mm x 25mm, 2.2g gross (formerly a pendant brooch) £70 - £100

1183 An Early 20th century diamond pearl and enamel clover brooch, central single round brilliant cut diamond, approx. 0.10ct, within a green guilloche enamel three leaf clover surround, the whole mounted to a razor edge bar, seed pearl terminal, safety chain, unmarked yellow gold mounts and pin, 49mm long, 5.5g gross £200 - £250

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1186 An early 20th century Hindu silver gilt hinged cuff bangle, the six hollow relief cast panels, decorated with deities including Vishnu, Parvati, Krishna etc, unmarked, c.1910, 87.8g gross £60 - £100 1187 An early 20th century turquoise and diamond gold heart pendant necklace, the heart shape pendant set with twenty one turquoise beads, four diamond chips, arranged in diagonal rows, separated by open unset claw mounts, glazed back, unmarked , hung from a fine link chain set with eight small regular turquoise beads, unmarked, 36cm long, 8.2g gross £80 - £120

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1191 An emerald cut diamond solitaire ring, approx. 0.93ct. Colour E, clarity SI2, flanked by two smaller shoulder set baguette diamonds, 14ct white gold shank, finger size L, 2.7g gross, with GIA diamond certificate £2,000 - £3,000 1192 An impressive large shell cameo pendant brooch, The Three Graces, 9ct gold spiral ribbon frame and mount, import marks Sheffield 1981, 65mm x 55mm, 28.4g gross £220 - £280

1188

1193 An impressive thirteen stone diamond flower head ring, central raised claw set diamond, approximately 0.60ct, surrounded by a band of six diamonds each approximately 0.5ct, interspersed with six smaller diamonds, total diamond weight approximately 4ct, 18ct white gold shank, finger size N, 5.9g gross £4,000 - £5,000

1188 An Edward VII diamond butterfly pendant brooch, encrusted with sixty three round, oval and irregular old and uncut diamonds, the two principle central stones approx 0.56ct each, indistinctly marked verso, 39mm wide, 10.2g gross £2,000 - £2,500

1194 An Indian silver coloured metal five strand necklace, the five elongating length floral link strands, joined by triangular terminals, the whole with double chain link and spring clip clasp, 65cm long, unmarked, 65cm long, 232.2g gross £100 - £150

1189

1189 An Edwardian diamond star burst brooch, the central raised diamond approx. 0.30ct surrounded by twenty five smaller stones, alternate set to ten point star burst mount, total diamond weight approximately 0.90ct, unmarked yellow and white metal mount, 26mm diam, 4.1g gross £800 - £1,200

1195

1195 An opal and diamond flower head ring, central black opal cabochon, 7.5mm x 6.0mm, raised collet set, within a band of twelve brilliant cut diamonds, platinum crown, 18ct yellow gold shank, finger size L, 2.4g gross £300 - £500

1196 An oval amber cabochon pendant, flat plain top , sloping ridged sides, 48mm x 40mm, suspended from a single strand graduated seed pearl necklace, shaped silver and marcasite clasp, 54cm long, 24.7g gross £100 - £150

1190

1190 An emerald and diamond ring, central emerald cut Colombian emerald approx. 4.28ct, flanked by four graduated baguette diamonds, unmarked white gold shank, finger size N, 5.5g gross £8,000 - £10,000 For more images please visit

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1197 A diamond turtle brooch, naturalistically modelled with raised head, ruby set eyes, the 18ct white gold body encrusted with fifty six round brilliant cut diamonds, stamped 750 to pin, 40mm long, 13g gross £600 - £800

1202 An impressive large emerald & diamond ring; the central oval emerald measuring 16.34 x 13.81 x 6.41mm, weight approximately 8.66ct, enclosed back setting, surrounded by a stepped band of eighteen brilliant cut circular diamonds above an outer fan of twenty five baguette diamonds, white metal shank, finger size P, 21.1g gross £25,000 - £35,000

1198 A five stone sapphire ring, the central deep blue sapphire, approx. 0.32ct , flanked by four smaller graduating stones, two to each side, enclosed scrolling claw set, 18ct yellow gold shank, finger size L, 6g gross £150 - £200

1199 A five stone ruby ring, the central pinky red ruby, approx. 0.60ct, flanked by four graduating smaller rubies, two to each side, open scrolling mount, 18ct yellow gold shank, finger size P , 4g gross £400 - £600

1203

1203 An internally flawless marquise diamond solitaire ring, the 1.86 ct diamond,colour M/N, clarity IF, set between open triangular shoulders each encrusted with fifteen diamonds, 18ct white gold shank, finger size L, 4.6g gross £10,000 - £15,000

1200

1200 A three stone diamond ring, the three round brilliant cut diamonds each approx 0.67ct , claw set, platinum shank , finger size M, 3.4g gross £1,000 - £1,500 1201 Kristian M Hestenes - a Norwegian Sterling silver enamelled seven panel bracelet, the seven O ring linked panels, decorated with Fiord landscape, Reindeer pulling a sled, coastal view, divided by orangey red guilloche panels, marked Hestenes, Norway, Sterling 925, 18cm long, c.1955 £100 - £150

1204

1204 A diamond solitaire ring, the 2.13ct brilliant cut stone,VVS2, colour J, 18ct white gold shank, finger size M, 4.5g gross £4,000 - £5,000

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1207

1207 A fifteen stone diamond triple cluster ring, central larger cluster comprising a radiant cut square diamond surrounded by four marquise stones, flanked by two conforming smaller clusters, total diamond weight approximately 1.6ct, finger size M , 4.7g gross £3,000 - £4,000

1205

1205 An emerald, diamond and pearl bracelet, three uniform pearl strands united by a sunburst flower head clasp, central cabochon emerald surrounded by ten tapering diamond set petals, encrusted with a total of thirty diamonds, 18ct white gold mounts, 18.5cm long, 38.9g gross £1,500 - £2,000 1208

1208 A Cartier three-colour gold ring, grey and gold arched rope twist top, bordered by three elevated tapering yellow, white and rose gold bands, 18ct shank, stamped Cartier 750, serial number 290978, finger size G, 6.8g gross £700 - £1,000

1206

1209

1206 A three-strand pearl necklace, the creamy white uniform cylindrical pearls individually knotted, united by cabochon emerald and diamond flower head clasp, the central emerald approximately 1.7ct surrounded by a ring of twelve round brilliant cut diamonds, total diamond weight approximately 1ct, 18ct white gold mounts, 46cm long £10,000 - £12,000 For more images please visit

1209 A 20th century Italian 14ct yellow gold articulated rope twist bracelet, three intertwined fine rope twist strands, united by an engraved clasp set with a central pale blue sapphire and two brilliant cut diamonds, safety chain, stamped 14k, 20cm long, 26.9 grams £800 - £1,200 106

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Day Two

Thursday 3rd July at 2.30pm

Pictures, Prints and Books

Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers


Watercolours

1210 John Billy (Wilk) Wilkinson (1906 - 1994) The Lad From Millbeck Ghyl signed, watercolour, 29cm x 48cm; another, 37cm x 50cm (2) £120 - £200 1211 After Adriaen van Ostade The School Room watercolour, pen and ink, 18cm x 15cm

1212 After Nicolaes Berchem Et in Aracdia ego watercolour and gouache, 25cm x 31cm

1213 Albert Henry Findley (1880 - 1975) A Woodland Clearing in Summer signed, watercolour, 18cm x 26cm

£100 - £120 £60 - £80 £60 - £100

1216

1214 Albert Moulton Foweraker (1873-1942) Meeting in a Breton Street signed, watercolour, 21.5cm x 27cm £150 - £250

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1215

1215 Albert Moulton Foweraker (1873-1942) Cobbled Street signed, watercolour, 27cm x 22.5cm £200 - £300

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1216 Albert Moulton Foweraker (1873-1942) The White Cottage Overlooking the Cornish Coast signed, watercolour, 22.5cm x 28cm £200 - £300 1217 Albert Proctor (fl.1885 - 1904) Low Tide signed, watercolour, 17.5cm x 30cm

1225 Charles Frederick Allbon (1856 -1926) On the Thames signed, titled, watercolour, 11.5cm x 16cm £60 - £100

£80 - £120

1226 Charles Izod (early to mid-20th century) Moored Rowing Boats signed, watercolour, 29cm x 39cm £60 - £100

1219 Attributed to George Soper R. E. (1870-1942) Haystack and Cart signed, pastel on board, 28cm x 39cm £100 - £150

1228 Charles Wyatt Warren (1908 - 1993) The Road To Snowdon signed, oil on hardboard, 23.5cm x 54cm £200 - £300

1218 Alexander Molyneux Stannard (c.1878 - 1975) Beside the River signed, watercolour, 24.5cm x 35.5cm £100 - £150

1220 Benjamin D. Sigmund (1880-1904) Girls in the Meadow signed, watercolour, 36cm x 26cm 1221 Bernard Higham (1817-1919) Lady by the Lake signed, watercolour, 31cm x 45cm

1227 Charles Marie Bernard Palianti (bn. 1815) Iberian Market signed, watercolour, 33cm x 24cm £50 - £80

1229 Continental School (19th century) Shipping off Valetta gouache, 9cm x 13cm

£400 - £600 £80 - £120

1222

1222 C**Ansdell (19th century) Three Hens and Cockerel signed, oil on canvas, 18.5cm x 24.5cm

£120 - £180

1230

1230 Cuthbert Gresley (1876 - 1963) Meeting at the Fence signed, watercolour, circular, 16cm diam

£100 - £150

1223 C.B.Brough Still Life signed, watercolour and gouache, 43cm x 64cm £50 - £80

1231 David Gentleman Callacombe Manor, Devon unsigned, pen, ink and watercolour, 35cm x 53cm £60 - £100

1224 Charles Fisher (19th century) Bringing in the Catch signed, dated 1889, watercolour, 46.5cm x 31.5cm £100 - £150

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£200 - £300

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1232 Derby Architectural History pen, ink and watercolour elevation, House, Tenant Street, Derby, measured, and drawn by T H Thorpe, Oct 1896, 58cm x 33cm

1235 Derby Architectural History a set of pen, ink and watercolour elevations and plans, the headquarters building designed for Pountains,Vintners, Market Place Derby, signed and dated James Wright August 1888, 53cm x 64.5cm, 50.5cm x 56cm and 50.5cm x 73.5cm (3)

James Wright, later Wright and Thorpe and for much of the 20th century T H Thorpe & Partners were a well known Derby firm Thomas Harrison Thorpe (1872-1957) served his articles with James Wright, and as part of his training was sent out to measure and draw historic buildings of various periods. The subject of this drawing is the so-called Old Mayor’s Parlour, built in 1483, the home for much of his professional career of the pioneer gynaecologist Dr. Percival Willoughby (1596-1685) and which was demolished by Derby Borough Council in 1948. It was then thought to have been Britain’s largest surviving timber framed domestic residence of its date. £60 - £100

James Wright, later Wright and Thorpe and for much of the 20th century T H Thorpe & Partners were a well known Derby firm The building was completed in 1890 and survived until demolished in 1969 to make way for the present Assembly Rooms. James Wright was articled to Robert Evans, junior, of Derby and Nottingham and set up in the 1870s in Derby, designing as number of spacious Jacobean revival public houses. He entered into partnership with Edward Fryer and subsequently with T H Thorpe, his ultimate successor. £60 - £100

1233 Derby Architectural History pen, ink and watercolour elevation, Proposed Bemrose and Devonshire Library and Picture Gallery, Derby, Elevation to the Wardwick, signed and dated T H Thorpe, January 1914, 50.5cm x 50cm; another, 46cm x 38cm (2)

James Wright, later Wright and Thorpe and for much of the 20th century T H Thorpe & Partners were a well known Derby firm The elevation includes the original building by Knill Freeman of Bolton (1879). This extension was built with a donation from 1st Marquess Curzon, and is dated 1915, being now part of the Museum. The Bemrose and Devonshire collections are now housed in the Derby Local Studies Library.

1236

Thomas Harrison Thorpe (1872-1957) was born in Derby and was articled to James Wright 1886 to 1893, becoming a partner as Wright & Thorpe. He continued the practice after Wright’s retirement as T .H. Thorpe & Partners, based at 41, Friar Gate and from 1984 at Heritage Gate, Derby. £60 - £100

1236 Dirk Maes (1659-1717) Group of Huntsmen pen and ink, 9cm x 14cm, The Folio Society label to verso £200 - £300

1237 E. Debenham A Coach and Four, Arrival at the Boars Head, signed, watercolour, 34cm x 51cm

1234 Derby Architectural History pen, ink and watercolour elevation, The Cedars, Mickleover, showing east and south fronts, signed and dated Edward H Fryer 1897, 35.5 x 73.5cmcm

1238 Eardley Knollys (1902 - 1991) Still Life, Flowers in a Jug signed, inscribed Mrs Hasland From Eardley Knollys, pastels, 41cm x 30cm

James Wright, later Wright and Thorpe and for much of the 20th centuiry T H Thorpe & Partners were a well known Derby firm Edward Harpur Fryer, was the son of architect Edward Fryer (d. 1883) and the daughter of John Harpur, also an architect/builder, and was articled to James Wright, this pair of elevations having been done as part of his training. He set up on his own account in 1902 and married in 1910. The Cedars was the name of Mickleover Old Hall (dated 1648 and 1653) when it was used as the gardener’s cottage for adjacent Mickleover House during the 19th century. It was built by Capt. Robert Cotchett, a Parliamentary officer, and was the birthplace of his grandson Thomas Cotchett who founded the first Derby Silk Mill in 1702. £60 - £100 For more images please visit

£60 - £100

(Edward) Eardley Knollys (1902-1991) was an English artist of the Bloomsbury School of artists, art critic, art dealer and collector, active from the 1920s to 1950s £100 - £150 1239 Edward Richardson (19th century) Moorland Landscape signed, dated 1851, watercolour, 19.5cm x 52.5cm £100 - £150 1240 Emile Jean Francois Namur (1852-1905) The Rhineland signed, dated Aug ‘75, watercolour, 33cm x 49cm £60 - £80

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1241 English School (19th century) A Double Portrait of Lord Duncannon and Admiral Rouse watercolour and gouache, 20cm x 14cm £70 - £90 1242 English School (19th century) A pair, Still Life, Roses watercolours, 14cm x 17cm

1254 English School (early 19th century) A pair, Parrots monogrammed, dated 1815, watercolour, 19cm x 14cm £50 - £80 1255 English School (early 19th century) Fashions of 1819 watercolour, 11cm x 9cm

£40 - £60

1243 English School (19th century) Botanical Study indistinctly signed, watercolour, 38cm x 30cm; others (3) £50 - £80 1244 English School (19th century) Derby County Asylum titled, coloured pen and ink, 37cm x 56cm

1256 English School (early 19th century) Portrait of a Gentleman and his Horse watercolour, 22cm x 17cm

£60 - £100

1258 English School (early 20th century) A pair, Derbyshire Dales monogrammed, dated 1907, 27cm x 37cm

£60 - £100

1260 F Horton (early 20th century) Soldiers Communion, World War I signed, watercolour, 29cm x 49cm

1245 English School (19th century) Female Nude signed with initials, dated 1887, 87cm x 31cm £150 - £200 1246 English School (19th century) Musical Serenade mixed medium, 11cm x 9cm 1247 English School (19th century) Newborough Bar, Scarborough watercolour, 25cm x 35cm 1248 English School (19th century) Old Charlton, Kent watercolour, 24cm x 37cm

1251 English School (19th century) Venice indistinctly signed, dated 1899, watercolour, 21cm x 30cm 1252 English School (20th century) Wool Winding watercolour, 19cm x 27cm

1253 English School (early 18th century) Study for a Classical Ceiling watercolour, 40cm x 52cm

£50 - £80 £50 - £80

1259 Everett Watson Mellor (1878 - 1965) A pair, Friars Crag, Derwent Water and Derwent Water signed, oils on board, 18.5cm x 28.5cm £200 - £400

1261 Francis Bowyer (bn. 1900) Tropical Undergrove signed, dated ‘92, watercolour, 30cm x 44cm

£60 - £100

1262 Frank Gresley (1855 - 1936) Fishing on the Weir signed, watercolour, 27cm x 38cm

£50 - £70

1249 English School (19th century) Proud Stud monogrammed, dated 1840, watercolour, 50cm x 66cm £80 - £120 1250 English School (19th century) Trent Bridge, Nottingham watercolour, 34cm x 49.5cm

£50 - £80

£60 - £100 £50 - £80 £200 - £250

£60 - £100 £50 - £80

1263

1263 Frank Gresley (1855 - 1936) Melbourne, Derbyshire signed, dated 1912, watercolour, 47.5cm x 77.5cm £600 - £1,000

£60 - £100 £60 - £100

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1269 George Dunkerton Hiscox (1840 - 1909) Ships of a Rocky Cove signed, watercolour, 25cm x 35.5cm £60 - £100

1264

1264 Frank Henry Mason Shipping Off The South Coast signed, watercolour, 25cm x 35cm 1265 Fred Tucker (1875 - 1965) Rolling Hills signed, watercolour, 50cm x 73cm

1266 Frederick Walker A.R.A. (1840-1875) Margate watercolour and gouache, 23.5cm x 34cm

1270

£400 - £600

1270 George Frederick Posser (fl. 1850-1870) Saw Mills, St Catherine's, Winchester signed, watercolour, 17cm x 26cm £100 - £150

£70 - £100

1271 George Sheffield (1839 - 1892) Windy Landscape signed, dated 1876, watercolour,label to verso for The Alexandra Galleries, London, SW1, 23cm x 34cm £60 - £100

£50 - £70

1267 G Page Ceremony on the High Seas signed, dated 1936, watercolour, 46cm x 34cm £60 - £100

1272 Gerald Cooper (1898 - 1975) Female Nude pencil drawing, 45cm x 27cm 1273 Gertrude Brown Spring’s Gift signed, watercolour, 27cm x 37.5cm

1274 Glovanni Barbaro (1864 - 1915) A Pair, Still Life, Ripe Fruit signed, watercolours, 31cm x 73cm

£150 - £200 £60 - £80 £100 - £150

1275 Grand Tour School (19th century) A set of four, Isla di Capri, Golfo di Bacoli, Napoli, Campania titled, gouache, 8.5cm x 12cm £400 - £600 1276 Grand Tour School (19th century) Inspecting the Ruins watercolour, 33.5cm x 50.5cm 1277 Guercino Adoration of the Madonna pen and ink drawing, 29cm x 23cm

1268

1268 G W Smetham Jones (19th century) Prince of the House of David signed, titled and dated 1889’ watercolour and bodycolour, 41cm x 30cm £200 - £300 For more images please visit

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£60 - £80 £80 - £120


1278 H B Brabazon (19th century) San Eurachio, Venice signed, watercolour, titled and dated February 1959 to verso, 15cm x 20cm, framed £200 - £300

1279

1279 Harold Gresley (1892 - 1967) A Walk in the Woods signed, watercolour, 47cm x 36cm 1280 Harold Gresley (1892 - 1967) Across the Bay to Criccieth Castle signed, oil on board, 49cm x 74cm

£300 - £400 £500 - £800

1281 Henry John Sylvester Stannard (1870 - 1951) Cottage Garden, Ducks Crossing the Lane watercolour, 25cm x 36cm £400 - £600 1282 Indian School (19th century) A set of six, Rajah and Elephant, Ekka, Palanquin, Hindro, Bullock Cart and other horse drawn vehicle, framed as a pair, 12.5cm x 49cm overall £200 - £300

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1288 John *** Lady’s Dressing Room, design for an opera signed, sepia wash, 48cm x 51cm

£60 - £100

1289 John Mogford, R.I. (1846-1885) Shipwreck at the Beach signed, dated 1865, watercolour, 22cm x 37cm £60 - £100 1290 John Porter Wale (Derby Porcelain Artist 1860 - 1920) Still Life, Flowers in a Vase signed, watercolour, 25.5cm x 18cm £150 - £200 1291 John T. Wells (1851-1939) Into the Quay signed, watercolour, 19cm x 28cm

1292 Leonard Darking Catch of the Day signed, dated, ‘76, watercolour, 36cm x 52cm

1283

1283 Irish School (19th century) Portrait of James Lundy watercolour and gouache, 34cm x 25cm 1284 Italian School (19th century) Haloed Saint watercolour, oval, 18cm x 13cm

£40 - £60 £50 - £80

£60 - £80 £60 - £80

1285 James Stephen Gresley (1829 - 1908) A Farmstead signed, watercolour, 17cm x 24.5cm £200 - £300

1286

1293

1286 James Stephen Gresley (1829 - 1908) The Old Watermill signed, watercolour, 26.5cm x 37cm £300 - £400

1293 Lilian Stannard (d.1944) Chalfont St Peters signed, watercolour, 34cm x 24.5cm

1287 Japanese School (early 20th century) Mountain Landscape, with Birds in Flight signed, mixed media, 41cm x 51cm £50 - £80 For more images please visit

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£800 - £1,200


1294 Manner of Robert George Talbot Kelly Tunis titled, watercolour, 30cm x 49.5cm £80 - £120 1295 Maurice Geiff (20th century) The Expulsion of Adam and Eve charcoal and pastel, 29cm x 34cm

1306 Michael Crawley Morledge Market, Derby signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 23cm x 33.5cm £40 - £60 1307 Michael Crawley New York, Spring Morning signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 31cm x 34.5cm £70 - £90

£60 - £100

1296 Michael Crawley 42nd Street, New York signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 29.5cm x 22.5cm £60 - £90

1308 Michael Crawley Polo, Cowdrey Park signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 26cm x 34cm £60 - £80

1297 Michael Crawley A Pair, La Place de la Republique and Boulevard Des Italiens, Paris signed, titled to verso, watercolours, 14cm x 19cm £80 - £100

1309 Michael Crawley Polo, Cowley Park signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 23cm x 33cm £50 - £70 1310 Michael Crawley River Thames signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 30cm x 44cm £70 - £100

1298 Michael Crawley A Pair, La Porte Saint-Denis and La Place de la Republique, Paris signed, titled to verso, watercolours, 14cm x 16.5cm £80 - £120

1311 Michael Crawley Sheringham, Norfolk signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 25cm x 32cm £50 - £70

1299 Michael Crawley A Water Stop, Near Derby signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 15cm x 32cm £40 - £60

1312 Michael Crawley Shot Tower, Derby signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 26.5cm x 22cm £50 - £70

1300 Michael Crawley Flat Iron Building, New York signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 22cm x 28cm £60 - £80

1313 Michael Crawley Thames Shipping, off Fresh Wharf signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 20.5cm x 28cm £60 - £80

1301 Michael Crawley Flower Pot, King Street, Derby signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 27.5cm x 31cm £40 - £60

1314 Michael Crawley Thames Shipping, St. Pauls signed, titled, watercolour, 23cm x 47.5cm

1302 Michael Crawley Haymarket, Derby signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 21.5cm x 20cm £40 - £60

1315 Michael Crawley The Cockpit, Derby signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 17cm x 28cm £40 - £60

1303 Michael Crawley London Bridge, River Thames signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 35cm x 53cm £100 - £150

1316 Michael Crawley Wet Day, Irongate, Derby signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 17cm x 13cm £40 - £60

1304 Michael Crawley Maltese Harbour, Valetta signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 22cm x 35cm £70 - £100

1317 Michael Crawley Winter 5th Avenue, New York signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 34.5cm x 26cm £60 - £90

1305 Michael Crawley Marsamxett Harbour, from Senglea, Malta signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 11cm x 52cm £60 - £90 For more images please visit

£70 - £100

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1318 Michael Crawley Winter Hunt at Ednaston, Derbyshire signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 21cm x 35.5cm £50 - £70

1325 Miles Birkett Foster (1825-1899) A Pair, Kasbar and North African Harbour; another, African River monogrammed, watercolour, 13cm x 9cm, 10cm x 13cm, The Graves Gallery, Birmingham label to verso on the pair (3) £400 - £500

1319 Michael Crawley Winter off Broadway, New York signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 29cm x 25cm £50 - £70 1320 Michael Crawley Bridge Gate, Derby signed, watercolour, 25cm x 19cm

1326 Octavius Rickatson Sitting on the Corner signed, watercolour, 17cm x 23cm

£50 - £70

£60 - £80

1327 Paul Hanmam (1891 - 1973) Nude Study signed, red chalk, 49cm x 36cm

£200 - £300

1322 Michael Crawley The Siddals, Derby signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 16cm x 24cm £40 - £60

1328 Philip Mitchell (1814 - 1896) Miller’s Dale, Derbyshire signed, labelled to verso in pencil, watercolour, 15cm x 23cm £80 - £120

£40 - £60

1329 Pollyanna Pickering (Bn.1942) Baron, Irish Wolfhound signed, pastel, 66.5cm x 53cm

£60 - £100

1321 Michael Crawley River Derwent, Matlock Bath, Derbyshire signed, watercolour, 34cm x 43cm

1323 Michael Crawley The Station, Weston-on-Trent, Derby signed, watercolour, 19cm x 24cm 1324 Michael Crawley Winter, Market Place, Derby signed, watercolour, 25cm x 20cm

£80 - £120

1330 Pollyanna Pickering (Bn. 1942) Terrier Puppy signed, watercolour and gouache, 34.5cm x 24.5cm £80 - £120

£50 - £70

1331 Pollyanna Pickering (Bn.1942) Squirrel On A Fence Post signed, watercolour and gouache, oval, 30cm x 22cm £100 - £150 1332 Rachel Hamilton Pentlands from Near Viewpoint signed, titled label to verso, watercolour, 33cm x 46cm £60 - £100 1333 Reed (19th century) Little Bluebell Girl signed, dated 1887, watercolour, 39.5cm x 30cm £40 - £60 1334 Rex Preston Snow Covered Farmland signed, watercolour, 37.5cm 37.5cm

£180 - £220

1335 Richard Dighton R.A. Portrait of William Grazebrook, Secretary to the Albrighton Hunt signed, dated 1831, watercolour, 24cm x 18cm £60 - £80 1325 For more images please visit

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1336 Richard Sasse Layer Thorpe Bridge, York watercolour, 37cm x 53cm

1337 S. Rogerson Non-Stop to Berlin signed, dated 1916, pen and ink, 28cm x 22cm 1338 Samuel Irvine Hertford Bleak Moor signed, watercolour, 23cm x 35cm

1345 W** Carlan (early 20th century) Ayrshire signed, watercolour, 30cm x 48cm

£150 - £200 £40 - £60

1346 W. Sunderland (bn. 1800) Harbour at Low Tide signed, dated Sept. 83, watercolour, 25cm x 35cm£50 - £80

£40 - £60

£40 - £60

1347 W.H.Barnard (1769-1818) A Portrait of the Young Master watercolour, 22cm x 17cm

1339 Samuel William Oscroft (1834-1924) Bolton Abbey monogrammed, dated ‘69, watercolour, 24cm x 35cm £50 - £80 1340 Scottish School (early 20th century) Waiting on the Corner watercolour, 35cm x 40cm

£60 - £100

1348 Waller Hugh Paton RSA (1828 - 1895) The Paittick Water, Near Loch Laggon signed, dated 1882, 38cm x 56cm £300 - £400

£50 - £80

1341 Sybil Mullen Glover (1908 - 1995) Couch’s Mill, Lostwithiel signed, watercolour, 27cm x 53cm, Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours exhibition labels to verso £60 - £100 1342 Sybil Mullen Glover (1908 - 1995) Sutton Pool signed, watercolour, paper labels to verso, 37cm x 50cm £80 - £120 1343 Theo Idserda (1915 - 1992) Boats in a Harbour signed, watercolour, 68cm x 88cm

£60 - £100 1349

1349 Walter Sydney Stacey (1846 - 1929) A Devonshire Cobbler signed, dated 1911, watercolour, 57.5cm x 43.5cm, exhibited at the Dudley Gallery £100 - £150

1350 William Dealtry (1915 - 2008) Blakey Ridge, Farndale signed, watercolour, 36cm x 50.5cm

1344

1351 William Henry Barnard (1767-1818) The Bath of Ischia monochrome, 14cm x 22.5cm

1344 Thomas Bush Hardy (1842 - 1897) The Mouth of the Tyne signed, dated 1872, watercolour, 41cm x 71cm £200 - £300

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£60 - £100 £60 - £100

1352 William James Boddy (1832-1911) Banqueting Hall, Haddon Hall signed, dated 1860, watercolour, 46cm x 23cm £150 - £200 117

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1353 William Minshall Birchall A Colonial Cargo for the Mother Country signed, dated 1927, watercolour, 25cm x 36.5cm £300 - £500

1353

1354 William Minshall Birchall A set of three, The Training Ship; In The Far East; Off Dover signed, watercolours, dated 1912, 17cm x 29cm, 17cm x 12cm (3) £200 - £300

£60 - £80

1360 ** Lemonnier Horses in Sunset signed, oil on canvas, 107cm x 78cm

£60 - £100

1361 ** Robinson (19th century) Sheep at Rest indistinctly signed, oil on canvas, 25.5cm x 35.5cm

£150 - £200

1357 American School (20th century) The Showdown monogrammed, pen and ink, 28cm x 13.5cm; others £50 - £80

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1359 Lucius Rossi (1846-1913) A pair, Family at Play signed, pencil drawing, 19cm x 15cm

Oils

1355 William Wells Quartremaine (1857 - 1930) Near brake, Winter Scene in the Avon signed, dated 1893, watercolour, 31.5cm x 50cm £200 - £300 1356 William Widgery (1822 - 1893) The Cornish Coast signed, watercolour, 22.5cm x 72cm

1358 Dorothy Parsons Air Show signed, gallery label to verso, pastel, 34cm x 53cm £60 - £80

£70 - £100

1362 A 19th century giltwood and gesso picture frame, circular aperture, the border with leafy C-scrolls, 78cm square, c.1850 £60 - £100

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1363 A large 19th century gesso picture frame, moulded with a border of acanthus, the aperture 101cm by 150cm, c.1880 £80 - £120 1364 After Poussin Impish Putti oil on circular panel, 21.5cm diam

£300 - £400

1365 Arthur George Bell (1849-1916) Children by the Canal signed, oil on canvas, 92cm x 63cm

£120 - £180

1366 Arthur H Twells (20th Century) Crashing Waves off the Irish Coast signed, oil on board, 39cm x 79.5cm

£60 - £100

1367 Arthur Hagg The Picnic signed, oil on canvas, 49.5cm x 60cm

£100 - £150

1368 B Ronconi Sir Walter Raleigh Laying Down His Cloak signed, dated 1845, oil on canvas, 69cm x 55cm £200 - £300

1363

1369 Barry Leighton-Jones (b.1932) Portrait of Two Urchins signed, oil on canvas, 51cm x 40cm

£80 - £120

1370 Biddy Macdonald Jamieson Flight Officer Rhys signed, oil on canvas, 76cm x 63cm

£60 - £100

1371 Blandford Fletcher Boats on a Calm Sea bears signature, oil on board, 21.5cm x 28.5cm £300 - £500 1372 C Morris (19th century) Returning Home signed, dated 1869, oil on canvas, 23.5cm x 29cm £60 - £100

1364

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1373 Circle of Kyffin Williams Solitary Figure in a Landscape paper label to verso, oil on board, 18cm x 28cm £100 - £150

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1379

1379 Continental School (early 19th century) Extensive Landscape with Sailing Boats on a Lake oil on canvas, 46.5cm x 61.5cm £100 - £150

1380 Continental School (early 20th Century) Portrait of a Gentleman with a Moustache oil on canvas, 44cm x 28cm £50 - £80

1381 Continental School (early 20th Century) Princess Xenia Andreevna of Russia oil on canvas, 44cm x 36cm £60 - £100

1374

1374 Circle of Mary Beale (1632 - 1697) Portrait of Henry, Duke of Gloucester oil on canvas, 63.5cm x 48cm

1382 David Baxter (Bn.1942) St Marks Square, Venice signed with initials, oil on board, 25.5cm x 36cm £70 - £100

Provenance: Acquired by the Turbutt family prior to 1939, thence by descent £600 - £1,000 1375 Continental School Gathering Fruit oil on board, 19.5cm x 16cm

1376 Continental School (19th century) Blessed Virgin Mary oil on canvas, 75cm x 62cm 1377 Continental School (19th century) Cottage by the Stream oil on panel, 44cm x 59cm 1378 Continental School (19th century) Extensive Landscape oil on panel, 26cm x 31cm

1383 David Newton The Critics signed, oil on hardboard, 23cm x 28cm

£120 - £180

1384 David W Haddon (1884 - 1911) A Pair, Fisherman and Wife oil on board, 24cm x 19cm

£200 - £300

1385 Deborah Jones (British, 1921-2012) Stellas Flower Shop signed, oil on board, 29cm x 38cm

£100 - £150 £50 - £80

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£60 - £80

£250 - £350

£200 - £300


1388 Dutch School (19th century) Out at Sea oil on board, 43cm x 68cm 1389 Dutch School (19th century) Portrait of Elderly Gentleman 23.5cm x 19cm 1390 Dutch School (19th century) Smuggling by Moonlight oil on canvas, 41cm x 61cm

1391 Dutch School (early 19th century) Pipe-Smoking in the Tavern oil on panel, 19cm x 16cm

1386

1386 Deborah Jones (British, 1921-2012) Tilley’s Toyshop signed, oil on board, 29cm x 38cm

£300 - £400

£60 - £100 £60 - £80 £80 - £120

1392 E. Crosland (19th century) Haddon Hall Derbyshire signed, oil on canvas, titled to verso, 25.5cm x 30.6cm £50 - £70

£200 - £300

1393 Edward Partridge (d.1896) A Winter’s Evening, Sandringham Church, Norfolk signed, titled to verso, oil on canvas, 35cm x 45cm £180 - £220 1394 English School (19th century) Portrait of Mrs Ann Marshall of Orston, Nottinghamshire in her 70th Year, oil on canvas laid on board, oval, inscription to verso and date of 1838, 54.5cm x 38cm £60 - £100

1387

1387 Dutch School Still Life, Flowers, Ripe Fruit and Insect on a Ledge oil on canvas, 34cm x 47cm £100 - £150

1395

1395 English School (19th Century) Watering The Cattle signed with initials G.M., oil on canvas, 51cm x 76cm £300 - £500 1396 English School (19th century) A Contented Flock oil on canvas, 30.5cm x 46cm

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£60 - £80


1397 English School (19th Century) A pair, Mountainous Landscapes oils on canvas, 23.5cm x 44cm

£150 - £200

1399 English School (19th century) Cardinals Making Merry oil on board, 19cm x 24cm

£60 - £80

1398 English School (19th century) An Officer of 9th Royal Lancers, On the Battlefield oil on panel, 28.5cm x 23cm £100 - £150

1404

1400 English School (19th century) Children Fetching Water indistinctly signed, dated 1887, oil on canvas, 42cm x 34cm £150 - £200

1404 English School (19th century) Petrolea, GER Class T19 indistinctly signed, oil on canvas, 30cm x 51cm £120 - £180

1405 English School (19th century) Portrait of a Lady oil on board, 14cm x 10cm

£50 - £70

1406 English School (19th century) Portrait of a Young Lady, Oil on board, 17.5cm x 14cm Inscribed to verso Mrs Hogsford’s grandmother £60 - £100

1407 English School (19th century) Sail and Steam off the Isle of Wight, Norris Castle on the Shore oil on canvas, 31cm x 39.5cm £60 - £100 1408 English School (19th century) Spaniels and Pheasants oil on canvas, 42.5cm x 57cm

1401

1401 English School (19th century) Collecting Faggots oil on canvas, 75cm x 63cm 1402 English School (19th century) Grazing Cows oil on canvas, 26cm x 36cm 1403 English School (19th century) Lavender Girl oil on canvas, 89cm x 69cm

£200 - £300 £120 - £180 £150 - £200

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£300 - £400


1409 English School (19th century) Still Life, flowers in an urn with butterflies, bird’s nest and eggs oil on canvas, 79.5cm x 57cm £200 - £300

1416 English School (early 20th century) Whitby at Dusk oil on canvas, 26cm x 30cm 1417 English School (late 19th century) Greyhound indistinctly signed, dated, oil on panel, 12cm x 16.5cm

1410 English School (19th century) Tempestuous Fishing signed to verso, dated 1899 to verso, oil on board, 20cm x 30cm £100 - £150

£40 - £60 £60 - £100

1418 English School (Late 19th century) Pre-Raphaelite Beauty, with a Red Ribbon in Her Hair oil on canvas, 54cm x 46cm £150 - £250

1411 English School (Early 19th Century) A Portrait of Ann Dorr, in an Empire Line Dress paper label to verso, oil on canvas, 61cm x 47cm £60 - £100 1412 English School (Early 19th Century) Sacking Out the New Colt, Farmyard with Figures, Horses and Pig oil on board, 22cm x 30cm, c.1800 £150 - £250 1413 English School (early 19th century) The Letter, A Lady With Her Companion and Faithful Hound oil on board, 14cm x 12cm £250 - £350 1414 English School (early 20th century) Picking Berries at Harvest Time signed with monogram T.E. oil on card, circular, 37cm diam £60 - £100

1419

1419 English School (Late 19th century) Race Day, Chestnut Horse with Groom oil on canvas, 37cm x 48cm

1420 English School (mid 19th century) Portrait of a Lady of Literature oil on canvas, 20cm x 17cm 1421 English School (19th century) Song Birds and Honeysuckle oil on panel, 39cm x 40cm 1422 F. Schofserer Boat by the River signed, dated 1893, oil on board

£100 - £150 £200 - £300 £60 - £80

1423 Faith Kenworthy Browne (after Heath) A Pair, Battle of Badajoz, April 6th and Battle of Salamanca, July 22nd 1812 oils on canvas, 54cmx 74cm £300 - £500

1415

1424 Fernando Liger Hidalgo (1880 - 1945) Moorish Courtyard signed, oil on canvas, 60cm x 44cm (faults) £150 - £200

1415 English School (early 20th century) Portrait of a Jockey oil on canvas, 51.5cm x 41.5cm Paper label to verso inscribed Cyril O Rackham, Jocky (sic) McBain £100 - £150 For more images please visit

£150 - £250

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1429 1425 Francis Wainwright (1940-) Horseman of the Apocalypse signed, dated 1976, acrylic on board, 118cm x 121cm £300 - £400 1426 Frank Rusleigh Flowers in a Vase signed, oil on canvas, 64cm x 53cm

1427 Fred S Merriman Tranquil Waters signed, oil on canvas, 55.5cm x 81cm

1430 French School (19th century) The Next Generation oil on canvas, 79cm x 57cm

1431 Fritz Grebe (1850-1925) A Summer’s Night in the Lofoden Isles, Norway signed, oil on canvas, 87cm x 130cm £3,000 - £4,000

£60 - £80

1432 G. di Renzo Umbrian Landscape signed, oil on board, 9cm x 19cm

£100 - £150

1433 G. Ricci Having a Paddle signed, oil on canvas, 77cm x 62cm

1428 Fred** Sheep Beside a River signed, dated 1905, oil on canvas, 39cm x 59cm £60 - £80

£50 - £80 £300 - £500

1434 H Bright The Hurdy Gurdy Boy signed, dated 1869, oil on canvas, 52cm x 34.5cm £200 - £300

1429 Frederick Goodall R.A. (1822-1904) Bid for Freedom monogrammed, dated 1876, oil on canvas, 122.5cm x 167cm £4,000 - £6,000

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£120 - £180

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1431 1435 Harrison (mid-20th century) Abstract Composition signed, oil on canvas, 61cm x 84cm; others, conforming (3) £100 - £150 1436 Heinrich Breling (1849-1914) On the Way to Town signed, oil on board, 15.5 x 20cm

£300 - £400

1437 Herakut Lady Pink mixed paints on found wooden door, each panel 247cm x 125cm Exhibited: Permission to Paint, Leonard Street Gallery, London 2007 £200 - £300

1438

1437A Modern British Urban School Overated, Go Ahead, Get It mixed media on plywood, signed to verso with a tag, dated 09, 59cm x 42cm £80 - £120

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1438 Italian School (17th/18th century) The Sacrifice of Noah oil on canvas, 49.5cm x 66cm

Provenance: Purchased as a follower of Corregio by Gladwin Turbutt (1823 - 1872) from the Pesaro Palace,Venice in June 1867, thence by descent. £600 - £1,000 125

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1443

1443 James Ricks (fl.1868 - 1877) Compliments signed, oil on canvas, 70cm x 91cm

1439

1439 Italian School (18th century) Adoration of the Christ Child oil on panel, circular, 53cm diam

1440 Italian School (19th century) Portrait of a Child in National Costume oil on canvas, 19.5cm x 16cm

£250 - £300 £50 - £80

1444

1441

1444 John Henry Inskip RBA (1866 - 1947) The Bridge at Brandon signed, oil on panel, 20.5cm x 13cm

1441 J McCullum (19th century) Highland Drovers signed, dated 1895, oil on canvas, 59.5cm x 90cm £200 - £300 1442 J. Beatrice Thomson (bn. 1900) Horse in his Stable signed, oil on canvas, 41cm x 51cm

£600 - £1,000

Provenance: Exhibited Royal Academy 1911 Louise Kosman Modern British Art, Edinburgh £300 - £500 1445 John Rathbone Harvey (1866 - 1933) Trittiford Mill Pool, Birmingham signed, inscribed and dated to verso, oil on canvas, 26.5cm x 36.5cm £80 - £100

£120 - £180

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1446 John Wilson Loch Noir signed, titled to verso, oil on board, 53cm x 67cm £80 - £120

1454

1452 M. Ree (19th century) The Epicure signed, oil on canvas, 20.5cm x 15cm

1447 Joseph Welsh Near Wigtown titled to verso, dated May 1886 to verso, oil on canvas, 11cm x 13cm £50 - £80

£150 - £200 £50 - £70

1453 M.B.Long Cherry II, Bay Horse in Stable signed, dated 1918, oil on canvas, 36cm x 46cm £80 - £120

1448 June Dudleston (Bn.1937) Isabella Garden signed with monogram, oil on hardboard, 24cm x 29cm

1454 Mark William Fisher (1841-1923) Stopping for Water signed, oil on canvas, 34cm x 49cm

Dudleston’s work is represented in the collection of the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists £60 - £80

£600 - £800

1455 Michael Barnfather (Bn.1934) Grange Bridge, Nr Keswick, Lake District signed, dated ‘67, Pratt Gallery paper label to verso, oil on board, 45cm x 120cm £600 - £800

1449 Kathleen Kiely Abstract Composition the mount signed in pencil and dated March 1983, acrylic on corrugated paper, 78cm x 56.5cm £60 - £100

1456 Michael Crawley Maltese Harbour signed, titled to verso, oil on board, 21.5cm x 20cm £80 - £120

1450 L Carter (English Naive School) St Chad’s Church, Shrewsbury signed, titled and dated 1912, oil on canvas, 55cm x 80cm £80 - £120 For more images please visit

1451 L. Antril Nieuport signed, oil on panel, 28cm x 36cm

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1461

1461 Patrick Penrose (Bn.1934) Mount Everest signed and titled to verso, dated 2013, acrylic on canvas laid on board, 45cm x 60cm £150 - £180

1457

1457 Michael Stokoe (bn. 1933) Abstract Spheres signed, date 66, mixed media, 38cm x 38cm 1458 Norsa (19th century) Neopolitan Fishing Village signed, oil on canvas,cm x 71cm

1462 Patrick Penrose (Bn.1934) Mount Everest, Base Camp signed and titled to verso, dated 2013, acrylic on canvas laid on board, 44cm x 60cm £150 - £180

£100 - £150 £60 - £100

1459 Patrick Penrose (Bn.1934) Antarctic signed and titled to verso, dated 2013, acrylic on calico, 414cm x 70cm £150 - £180

1463

1463 Patrick Penrose (Bn.1934) Nine Hills, New Zealand signed and titled to verso, dated 2013, acrylic on canvas laid on board, 44cm x 59cm £150 - £180

1464 Patrick Penrose (Bn.1934) Tree Form signed and titled to verso, dated 2013, acrylic on canvas laid on board, 59cm x 49cm £150 - £180

1460

1460 Patrick Penrose (Bn.1934) Cold War 1946- 1989 signed and titled to verso, dated 2013, acrylic on canvas laid on board, 59cm x 44cm £150 - £180 For more images please visit

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1465 Peter E Williams Stony Gaze signed to stretcher, oil on canvas, 63.5cm x 76cm £200 - £300

1477 Sidney Grant Rowe (1861 - 1928) Stormy Skies signed, oil on canvas, 34cm x 23.5cm

1478 Stephen Darbishire R.B.A. (Bn 1940) Anemones By Lamplight signed in ink and titled to verso, oil on board, 15cm x 12.5cm £200 - £300

1466 Philip Hemsley (Bn.1933) Rebecca with Marcel Brewer Chair signed, exhibition label to verso,oil on canvas, 125cm x 100cm £200 - £300 1467 Pollyanna Pickering (Bn.1942) Rabbits and Dandelions signed, oil on board, 32cm x 86.5cm

£150 - £200

1479 Stephen Darbishire R.B.A. (Bn 1940) Flower From The Garden signed in ink and titled to verso, oil on board, 23cm x 19cm £200 - £300

£300 - £400

1468 Pollyanna Pickering (Bn.1942) Silent Night, Barn Owl in flight over a snow covered landscape signed, oil and gouache, 60cm x 88cm £400 - £600

1480 T**Crowshaw (early 20th century) Going to Church signed, oil on baord, 49cm x 37cm

£60 - £100

1469 Possibly Stuart Semple (bn.1981) ? PrestCold paint on fridge door, 81cm x 56cm Inscribed to verso To Oli, Hope the next 25 years are as wicked as the last..... Nice fridge door eh?! Peace and love bro Stu xxx £400 - £600 1470 R. Allan Chepstow Castle, Monmouthsire oil on canvas, 41cm 62cm

1471 R. Stone Tally-Ho! signed, oil on panel, 16cm x 31cm

£60 - £80 £120 - £180

1481

1472 Russian/Continental School (19th century) A pair, Portraits of Gentlemen oils on card, 11.5cm x 10cm £100 - £150 1473 Russian/Eastern European School (20th century) Portrait of a Boy in Traditional Costume signed with monogram ZML, dated 1945, oil on plywood panel, 56cm x 43cm £100 - £150 1474 Sam Dean Cattle in a Landscape signed, oil on canvas, 41cm x 51cm 1475 Samuel Read (1816-1883) The Parish Church signed, oil on panel, 14cm x 21cm

£300 - £400

1483 V** Hery (20th century) Portrait of a Working Man signed, oil on canvas, 52cm x 37cm

£60 - £100

1482 Thomas Heal A pair, Highland Cattle and Otter with his Catch one signed and dated 1912, 66cm x 76cm £120 - £180

£100 - £150

1484 Viktorie Chaloupkvá (20th century) The Medical Student signed, dated ‘91, oil on hardboard, 78cm x 58cm £100 - £120

£40 - £60

1476 Saunders The Blessing, St Benedict, signed to stretcher Miss Saunders and dated 28/6/26, oil on canvas, 28.5cm x 38.5cm £60 - £100 For more images please visit

1481 T. Benson (bn. 1900) Ternacious Terrier signed, oil on canvas, 41cm x 51cm

1485 W. Hixon Old Tewkesbury signed, dated 34, oil on board, 53cm x 62cm £100 - £150 129

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1486 William Lakin Turner (19th century) The Riverside Walk signed, oil on canvas, 27cm x 37cm £200 - £300

1487

1487 William Mellor (1851-1931) Padley Woods, Derbyshire signed, titled to verso, oil on canvas, 31cm x 45.5cm £1,800 - £2,000

1497 Adam Neate (British, b.1978) London show print, silkscreen printed in colours, signed in acrylic, numbered, 969/1000 verso, on cardboard, 46cm x 32cm £200 - £300

1488 William Rayworth (Bn. 1900) Still life of Fruit, Grapes, Peach, Apple, Berries and Vine signed, oil on opaque glass panel, 17cm x 22cm £40 - £60 1489 Y. Towers Fishing the River signed, oil on canvas, 26cm x 36cm

1496 A pair of 19th century reverse engravings on glass, of English Prime Ministers George Canning (1770 - 1827) and Frederick John Robinson, 1st Viscount Goderich (1782 1859), 20.5cm x15cm, ebonised frames £70 - £100

1499 An Orthodox woodblock print, St George Slaying the Dragon, monogrammed, dated 1870, 39cm x 28cm £40 - £60

£40 - £60

1500 Axel Herman Haig (1835 - 1921), by and after, Rheims Cathedral, monochrome etching, signed in pencil, 64cm x 47.5cm £60 - £80

1495 Frank Martin (1921 - 2005), a set of eight, Illustrations for Scarlett and Black, signed, woodcuts, 21cm x 14cm £200 - £300

1502 Derbyshire History - an architectural drawing, back elevation of the Earl of Harrington’s town house, Derby, inscribed in ink, pen and ink, 28cm x 36cm £40 - £60

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1501 Chs. Hunt, by, P.Matthews, after, Trial of Billy Burns, Under Martin’s Act, coloured print, Published by Ackerman & Co. London, 49.5cm x 63.5cm £50 - £80

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1504 Emanuel Bowen (1714-1767), An Accurate Map of Buckinghamshire Divided Into the Hundreds, engraved vignette and dedication to Charles, Duke of Marlborough, coloured, 71cm x 53cm £60 - £100

1514 Magic - Chung Ling Soo (William Ellsworth Robinson) - a theatre poster, A Dream of Wealth, Li Sing Foo Presents Chung Ling Soo, designed by Val Prince, signed in the plate, printed in polychrome by J Weiner Ltd, with an oversize coin, a banknote and cascading gold, 49.5cm x 75cm, c.1916, framed £300 - £500

1505 Emilio Bosch Roger, after, Abstract Composition, print, 54cm x 38cm £60 - £100

1515 Magic - Chung Ling Soo (William Ellsworth Robinson) - a theatre poster, Blocks, The Chung Ling Soo Mysteries Presented by Li Sing Foo, printed in polychrome by J Weiner Ltd, with a Chinese children arranging lettered blocks, 47.5cm x 73.5cm, c.1912, framed

1506 George Thomason and Octavian Pullen (publishers), a set of three, illustrations to Jean Puget de la Serre, Histoire de l’entrée de la Reyne Mère dans la Grande Brétaigne, L’Heureux Des Embarqement De La Reyne Au Port De Harwich, Representation Des Feus De Ioye Quifurent Faicts Sur Leau Dans Londres A L’Honneur De La Reyne La Nuict Duiovr De Son Entree and Representation De La Nauire De La Reyne En Sa Navigation, engravings, 29cm x 20cm (3) £60 - £100

American stage conjurer William Ellsworth Robinson (1861 - 1918) initially performed as Robinson, The Man of Mystery before seeking to capture the zeitgeist and widen his appeal with a touch of exoticism, corrupting the name of genuine Chinese magician Ching Ling Foo (with whom he was to have a public feud over alleged plagiarism, something which may have had an element of the mutual publicity stunt). As part of his new persona he kept up the pretence of being Chinese and never spoke English in public. His best known trick was arguably bullet catch spectacle Condemned to Death by the Boxers, and leading to tragedy with his fatal shooting at the Wood Green Empire, London on 23rd March 1918 £300 - £500

1507 H. Hulsbrugh, by, Colen Campbell, after, The East Front of Stourhead in Wiltshire the Seat of Henry Hoare esq, from Vol. 1 of Vitruvius Britannicus or the British Architect, engraving, 25.5cm x 39.5cm. Colen Campbell (1676-1729) was a protege of Lord Burlington and the publication (in three volumes 1717-1729 of Vitruvius Britannicus pavéd the way for the English revival of Palldian architecture in the waike of the Hanoverian suyccession. Stourhead, Wilts., was built 1721-1726 to the designs of Colen Campbell and built by Nathaniel Ireson for Henry Hoare, the opulent founder of Hoare’s Bank. It is now a National Trust property. £80 - £120

1516 Magic - Chung Ling Soo (William Ellsworth Robinson) - a theatre poster, From the Land of the Peacock, The Chung Ling Soo Mysteries, printed in polychrome by J Weiner Ltd, with the magician depicted within a lantern, hanging amongst pagodas, a peacock perched in the foreground, 73.5cm x 48.5cm, c.1916, framed £300 - £500

1508 Henry Alken, after, a pair, The Comforts of being drove like a Gentleman and The Consequences of being drove by a Gentleman, coloured etchings, 24cm x 48cm Provenance: Callaly Castle, Alnwick, Northumberland, Christie’s, 22 to 24 September 1986, page 188 £200 - £300

1517 Norman Wilkinson,The London Pilot, signed, etching, titled in pencil, 15cm x 28cm, framed £200 - £300

1518 P Fourdrinier, by, J Maurer, after, A View of Westminster Bridge From Lambeth, a coloured engraving, published according to act of parliament 1754 for Stowe’s Survey, 26.5cm x 42cm; another, A View of His Majesty’s Dock Yard in the County of Kent on the River Medway (2) £40 - £60

1509 J. Harris, by, R. Scanlan, after, a pair, Horse Dealing, Published by R. Ackerman, London, 1841, 36cm x 46cm £60 - £80

1510 J. Knyff, by Jan Kip, after a set of four, from Nouveau Theatre de la Grande Bretagne 1708: St. James’ Palace; Somerset House; Windsor Castle & Lambeth Palace. 48cm x 35.5cm £200 - £300

1519 Raphael Tuck & Son’s, a pair, Travelling on the Liverpool and Manchester Railway 1831, 24cm x 63cm £60 - £80

1511 J. Mafon, by, George Lambert, after, Cattle in the River, Published May 3d 1762 according to Act of Parliament, inscribed in ink No 179, coloured print, 40cm x 51cm; others (3) £50 - £80

1520 Richard Earlom, by, Charles Towne, after, Bull Dogs and Badger, published by R. Lamber & Son, 53cm x 69cm £60 - £80

1512 James Gillray, after, Lieutenant Goveror Gall-Stone, Inspired by Alecto or The Birth of Minerva, published Feb 15th 1790 by H Humphrey, coloured satirical print, 53.5cm x 40cm £100 - £150 For more images please visit

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Books and Manuscripts

1522 W Westley, Dublin, after, J Harris, by, The North Prospect of St Philips Church In Birmingham, monochrome engraving, 40cm x 65cm; others, The East Prospect of Birmingham, 40cm x 85cm; other monochrome engravings, all unframed £100 - £150

1535 A 19th century scrap book, containing various cuttings, engravings and ephemera concerning political and current affairs, travel and curiosities, including a handwritten manuscript extract from the Speech against Warren Hastings (former Governor-General of India) on the Begum Charge in Westminster Hall, June 1788 by R B Sheridan, the Zoological Gardens, a Milton poem, Wife Beaters,The Prince and Princess Frederick William of Prussia, Fingal’s Cave, heraldic crests, etc; another, with zoological, botanical and ornithological cuttings; two albums of crests and monograms (4) £60 - £100

1536 A catalogue of the contents of Strawberry Hill, The Renowned Seat of Horace Walpole, 4th Earl of Orford, 1842, cloth backed green illustrated wrappers, lithographed portrait of Lord Orford frontis., woodcut title page, woodcut illustrated introductory remarks, MS flyleaf inscr. R G Bankes, 250pp 10.5 x 7.5in (26.5 x 18.5cm) Horace Walpole, 4th Earl of Orford, famous in his day as a connoisseur, author, politician and populariser of all things Gothick, was born in 1717 and sat in Parliament from 1741 for three constituencies over 21 years before succeeding to the Earldom created for his father Robert Walpole, Britain’s first Prime Minister. He created the iconic residence of Strawberry Hill, Twickenham, in Gothick revival from 1747 and filled it with one of the great European collections of its day. His heiress was his natural niece Maria, who brought it to 7th Earl Waldegrave who sold the contents in 1842. The 23 day sale commencing 25th April 1842 realised £33,000. £70 - £100

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1523 William L Wyllie, RMS Teutonic, New York Harbour; another, White Star Calendar 1893, monochrome etchings, framed as one, each 18.5cm x 36cm £400 - £600 1524 William Marshall Craig, by, Bethlem Hospital - Cat’s & Dog’s Meat!, published by Sir Richard Philipps for Modern London 1804, 18cm x 15cm; others (11) £60 - £80

1537 Bemrose (William), The Life and Works of Joseph Wright, A.R.A., Commonly Called ‘’Wright of Derby’’, Bemrose and Sons, London, 1885, large folio, 128pp, within case, limited edition 3/100 Inscribed to J. Wright Baker Esq. £80 - £120

1530 Emanuel Bowen, An Accurate Map of the County of Derby Divided Into Its Hundreds, engraved vignette and dedication to William Cavendish, Duke of Devonshire, coloured, 70cm x 54cm; another, Thomas Kitchin & Thomas Jeffreys, A Map of the West Riding of Yorkshire, 18cm x 14cm (2) £60 - £100

1538 Coste (l’abbé H), Flore Descriptive et Illustrée de la France, Paul Klincksieck, Paris, three volumes, volume I 1901, volume II 1903, volume III 1906, 416pp + 627pp + 807pp, gilt tooled leather spine and corner, raised banding, marbled boards £40 - £60

1531 Robert Morden, two page map, Derbyshire, dated in pencil 1695, 37cm x 43cm £50 - £70

1532 Henry Overton, after John Speed, a map, Pembrokeshire, 1743, 38.5cm x 51cm; another, smaller, John Carey, Gloucestershire (2) £50 - £80

1539 Count of (George Louis Le Clerc) A Natural History, General and Particular; Containing The History And Theory of The Earth, A General History of Man, The Brute Creation, Vegetables, Minerals, &c., &c., Translated from the French By William Smellie, published by Printed For Thomas Kelly, London, 1828, 2 vols bound together £60 - £100

1533 Ogilby, John, a coloured map, from Ogilby’s Traveller’s Guide, printed for Bowles, London, 32.5cm x 28cm £40 - £60

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1540 Davies (the Rev. D.P.), A New Historical and Descriptive View of Derbyshire, From The Remotest Period To The Present Time, S.Mason, Belper 1811, 717pp, 8vo, containing engravings and maps, rebound in sea green Morocco, marbled pastedown bearing the armorial bookplate of William John Bagshaw, pencilled note on the book of B. Anthonye Stephenson ‘from the Oakes Park Library’

1544 Local Interest - an interesting manuscript diary, from 1863 to June 30th 1875, belonging to Isabella Thornhill, recording events of her and her husband’s social duties and contemporary anecdotes, including encounters with ‘the handsome wife of Captn. Burton the African traveller’, the theft of a bracelet from a house party at Alfreton Hall and its reappearance in Ireland on the wrist of another lady, other accounts demonstrative of local life at the time, and interestingly an account of how Lord de Clifford killed his son heard at a dinner at Eaton Square, gilt edged leaves, bound in ox blood Morocco, brass clasp, marbled pastedown, 22.5cm x 18cm

Oakes Park, Sheffield was the seat of the Bagshawe family from 1699 to 1987 £60 - £100 1541 Dickens (Charles), The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby, with illustrations by Phiz, Chapman and Hall, London, 1839, 8vo., xvi + 622pp, half leather bound £40 - £60

Isabella Thornhill (bn.1805-1876), nee Gell, heiress of Hopton Hall, married William Pole Thornhill, M.P. the last Thornhill of Stanton Hall, Stanton-in Peak, and a staunch Whig that commemorated the Great Reform Act of 1832 by building the Earl Grey Tower on his estate, High Sheriff of Derbyshire in 1836, represented North Derbyshire in the House of Commons from 1853 to 1865. When the couple married, as part of Isabella’s inheritence, they took the name of Gell and briefly lived at Hopton Hall before shortly renouncing the inheritance. £200 - £300

1542 Eller (the Revd. Irvin), The History of Belvoir Castle, Robert Tyas, Paternoster Row, London, 1841, octavo, 408pp, bound in gilt tooled green Morocco, armorial bearings of the duchy of Rutland to back board, raised banding, gilt title to spine, among panelled acanthus £80 - £120

1543 Henry (Matthew), An Exposition on the Old and New Testament, Wherein Each Chapter is Summed Up In Its Contents; The Sacred Text Inserted At Large In Distinct Paragraphs; Each Paragraph reduced to its proper Heads;The Sense Given; And Largely Illustrated with Practical Remarks and Observations. Forming the Most Complete Family Bible Ever Published, W. and J. Stratford, London, 1793, three volumes, folio, bound in contemporary tooled hide, engraved frontispieces, engravings throughout, marbled pastedowns, two volumes bearing the leather book label of John Rimmer Ainsdale, 1795 £80 - £120

1545 Lysons (Daniel and Samuel), Magna Britannia; Being A Concise Topographical Account of The Several Counties of Great Britain: Volume the Fifth, Containing Derbyshire, T. Cadell and W. Davies, London 1817, 344pp, large quatro, numerous antiquarian and topographical engravings, including Finden's views, later rebound in buckram, bearing the armorial bookplate of Henry Kenyon Stephenson Sir Henry Kenyon Stephenson, Baronet of Hassop Hall (1865-1947) was High Sheriff of Derbyshire in 1932 £80 - £120

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1546 Morris (the Rev. F.O), A History of British Birds, Groombridge and Sons, London, 1863-1867, eight volumes, 16mo, hand coloured engravings, bound in red cloth. £80 - £120

1547 Morris (the Rev. F.O), A History of British Butterflies, Groombridge and Sons, Lonon, 1857, first edition, 8vo., coloured plates, vi + 168pp + 2pp + 29pp, half leather bound, gilt tooled flowers and banding on the ox blood spine, Ex Libris Thomas Daltry, presented to The Daltry Library of the Staffordshire Field Club £60 - £80 1550

1550 Morris (William), The Roots of the Mountains Wherein is told Somewhat of the Lives of the Men of the Burg-dale,Their Friends,Their Neighbours,Their Foemen and Their Fellows in Arms, London Reeves & Turner, 196, Strand, 1890, 424pp octavo, cloth bound in Morris fabric, gilt titles on spine, limited edition of 250 copies, Whatman paper £150 - £250 1551 Pennington’s Edition of the Complete Family Bible, Containing the Old and New Testament. With Marginal Notes, and Practical Observations, L. Pennington, in CoffeeYard, York, 1789, with numerous engravings, bound in contemporary leather, tooled leather book label for Thomas Rimmer to front board £50 - £80

1552 Sowerby (James), English Botany, or Coloured Figures of British Plants, George Bell & Sons, London, 1899, third edition, large octavo, thirteen volumes, green leather spine and corners, tooled in gilt, hand coloured engravings, bookplates of Thomas Daltry and Harold Daltry £150 - £200

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1548 Morris (the Rev. F.O.), A Natural History of the Nests and Eggs of British Birds, Groombridge and Sons, London, 1867, first edition, 4to, three volumes, 156pp + 148pp + 136pp (plus index), bound in embossed green cloth boards, the front board and spine picked out in gilt. Francis Orpen Morris (1810-1893) was an Irish Clergyman, ornithologist, entomologist and thus could be termed a ‘parson-naturalist’. Morris loathed fox-hunting and other destruction of wildlife; he also had an abhorence for Darwin’s evolutionary theories. £80 - £120

1553 The History and Topography of Ashbourn,The Valley of the Dove, and the Adjacent Villages; With Biographical Sketches of Eminent Natives, &c., Dawson & Hobson, Ashborn, 1839, 372pp, 4to, numerous engravings, black leather spine and corners, gilt title and bands £60 - £100

1554 The River Dove:With Some Quiet Thoughts On the Happy Practice of Angling, William Pickering, London, 1847, 16mo, 296 pp, green morocco leather binding, gilt tooling, raised banding, marbled pastedown. £60 - £80

1549 Morris (William), A Dream Being a Romance, Contributed to the Oxford and Cambridge Magazine, 1856, 49pp, decorated frontis. & vignettes, cream boards, green hand-tooled leather spine, raised bands, embossed flower heads between. No 14 out of an edition of 20. Inscribed: To Samuel Osborne Esq., with W. F. Northend’s compliments. £100 - £200

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1557 Longford Hall - a 19th century pencil plan of Longford Hall, Derbyshire, found by Lady Katherine Coke (nee Ryder, wife of Capt. Hon. Reginald Coke of Longford, 6th son of 2nd Earl of Leicester), 1917, showing the hall after its rebuilding in 1761 by Joseph Pickford, and prior to its alteration in the 1880s, including the medieval tower, which then united the two parallel ranges of this early Tudor House at the western end.The house was seriously damaged by fire during World War 2 and subsequently rebuilt in reduced form, 128.3cm x 71cm, £100 - £140

1558 A 17th century accounts book, of Anne Pole of Radburne Hall, dated 1654, with an ‘Inventorie of all my fathers goods at the time of his death to the value of £777 6s - 2d (undated); a further inventory dated 14th November 1662, being three sheets stitched at the spine, 30.5 x 10cm; with a facsimile letter dated 14th April 1659, in card folder, bespoke cardboard and leatherette slip case £60 - £80 1559 A Lease 1875 from Duchy of Lancaster, of Tutbury Castle with 26 acres, vellum with seal of Prince of Wales in tin.

Tutbury Castle was the caput of the Honour of Tutbury, one of the vast possesions of the de Ferrers, Earls of Derby. When the last Earl was attainted after the Barons’ War in 1268, his estates passed to the Crown and were later granted to the Duke of Lancaster, merging with the Crown again with the accession of Henry IV in 1399. The Duchy of Lancaster thereafter became one of the Crown estates, and despite the sale of a considerable amount of its manorial holdings under Charles I, still exists as an entity today and still owns the Castle which continues to be leased out. £60 - £100

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1555 The Tour of Doctor Syntax, In Search of the Picturesque, R. Ackerman, London, 1819, eighth edition, two volumes, handcoloured aquatints, half leather bound, marbled board £60 - £80

1556 Young (Arthur), The Farmer’s Tour Through the East of England. Being The Regifter of a Journey through Various Counties of this Kingdom, to enquire into the State of Agriculture, W. Strathan, London 1771, first edition, four volumes, 495pp + 560pp + 483pp + 523pp, 8vo, later rebound in half leather, containing various pull out engravings

Arthur Young (1741-1820) the noted agriculturist was said to have made more money through the publication of his theories than their implementation. £150 - £200

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Day Three

Friday 4th July at 10.00am

Barometers, Clocks and Furniture

Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers


Barometers

Clocks

1563 A 19th century yew, boxwood and satinwood strung barometer, 24.5cm diam silvered dial, mercury thermometer, Lione Somaleico, London, the case with swan neck pediment, 100cm high, c.1830 £800 - £1,200

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1570 A 19th century Aesthetic Movement porcelain mounted carriage clock, 6cm chapter ring inscribed with Roman numerals, platform escapement, striking on a gong, the case with four panels decorated and gilt with butterflies and flowering branches on a pale blue ground, swing carrying handle, 18cm over handle, c.1890 £300 - £400

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1564 A late Victorian oak novelty aneroid mantel barometer, 11cm circular silvered register inscribed Curtis, Leicester, curved mercury thermometer, the frame as a horseshoe, spreading and stepped oval base, Rd. No. 50992, 30cm high, c.1890 £80 - £120

1571 A 19th century ebonised Vienna wall regulator, 17cm circular enamel dial inscribed with Roman numerals, twin weights, 8-day movement, arched case, 102cm high, c.1870 £100 - £150

1565 A 19th century mahogany barometer, silvered 20cm diam, inscribed A Baserga, Preston, alcohol thermometer, the case with broken arch pediment, centred by a brass urn, inlaid with flowerheads and shell paterae, 98cm high £200 - £300

1572 A 19th century French gilt metal mounted alabaster mantel clock, 9.5cm circular enamel dial inscribed with Roman numerals, twin winding holes, 14-day movement striking on a bell, the case crested by an urn and applied with herms, dolphins, a shell and leafy scrolls, 39cm high, glass dome, 49.5cm high overall, c.1875 £300 - £400

1566 A 19th century mahogany wheel barometer, the 20cm silvered inscribed Watkins & Hill/Charing Cross/ London, mercury thermometer above dial, the pedimented case centred by an urn, 99cm high £60 - £100

1573 A 19th century French ormolu clock garniture, 12cm silvered dial applied with Roman numerals, twin winding holes, 8-day movement, the case crested by a portrait bust of Roman Emperor Lucius Ceionius Commodus, bold cat mask handles to sides, lion paw feet, giltwood stand, 61cm high overall, flanked by a pair of urns, c.1870 £2,500 - £3,500

1567 A 19th century mahogany wheel barometer, the 20cm circular dial set with thermometer, inscribed Bregazzi, Derby, plain case, 92cm high, c.1840 £60 - £100 1568 A George III mahogany stick barometer, the rectangular silvered dial inscribed J. Poncione Colmbo & Com no.180, High Holborn, London, with alcohol and mercury thermometer, broken arch pediment, 99cm high, c.1815 £300 - £400 For more images please visit

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1574 A 19th century hook and spike wall alarum, the silvered brass 15cm dial inscribed Whitehurst & Son/Derby No. 4341, Roman chapter, spade hands, brass setting hand, 30 hour four pillar movement striking and sounding on a bell, half second pendulum and two weights, numbered 4341 on the backplate, c.1830/31.

1576 A 19th century walnut Vienna wall regulator, by Gustav Becker, 19cm enamel dial inscribed with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, twin winding holes, the case flanked by turned columns, 100cm high, c.1890 £200 - £300

Whitehurst and Son represents the successor firm to the company founded by the celebrated John Whitehurst FRS (1713-1788) by his nephew, John Whitehurst II. He entered into partnership with his son, John Whitehurst III in 1809 and from that date the majority of their clocks were numbered, and until the death of John II in 1834, they were signed, as here, Whitehurst & Son/Derby. Hook-and-spike wall clocks of various types were a staple of their output right up until the demise of the firm on John III’s death in 1855. £600 - £800

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1575 A 19th century walnut Vienna wall regulator, by Gustav Becker, 19cm enamel dial inscribed with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, twin winding holes, brass weight, the case flanked by turned columns, 100cm high, c.1890 £200 - £300

1577 A brass carriage alarm clock, 5cm dial white enamelled dial, Roman numerals, swing handle, 17cm high, 20th century £150 - £200 1578 A French brass alarm carriage clock, white enamel dial, Roman numerals, shaped serpentine case, bevelled glass panels, Morocco leather travelling case, 15cm high, c.1900 £100 - £150

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1579 A French champleve enamel, bronze and green onyx four glass mantel clock, 9cm circular enamel dial inscribed with Arabic numerals and painted with flowering swags, twin winding holes, Japy Freres movement striking on a gong, numbered 6795 4 11, mercury compensation pendulum, the case with pagoda top and columns brightly decorated with stylised leaves, lotus cast bun feet, 35cm high, c.1910 £1,500 - £2,000 1580 A French Empire ormolu figural mantel clock, 8.5cm circular silvered dial inscribed with Roman numerals, engine turned centre, twin winding holes, the movement signed Mons, the case cast after Antoine-Denis Chaudet with Oedipus revived by the shepherd Phorbas, the well surrounded by his pipes and crook, rectangular base applied with regalia, rose and rams head scroll feet, 43cm high, c.1830 £1,000 - £1,500

1581 A French gilt metal mantel timepiece, 9.5cm circular dial with enamel chapter of Arabic numerals, single winding hole, 8-day movement, the case with bird cresting, profusely cast with masks and leafy scrolls, cluster-columns to angles, 40cm high, c.1900 £60 - £100 1582 A French lacquered brass mantel clock, 9cm convex enamel dial inscribed with Arabic numerals, twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a gong, the case cast with acanthus knop finial and leafy scrolls, lion mask handles to sides, 36cm high, c.1900 £60 - £100

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1583 A French white marble and ormolu clock garniture, 9cm white enamelled dial, with Arabic numerals and rose swags, twin winding holes, eight day movement, striking on bell, surmounted by an urn finial, the drum case supported on six columns applied with swags, stepped shaped base, on four brass feet, with a pair of matching urns, 46cm high, c.1900 £300 - £400

1584 A Jaeger- Le Coultre Atmos mantel clock, white dial, Arabic numerals, baton markers, perpetual gilt brass movement, the rectangular brass case with five glazed sides, canted angles, plinth base, bracket feet, 22cm high, serial number 315171 £300 - £400 1585 A large 19th century lacquered brass five glass repeating bow sided carriage clock, 5.5cm circular enamel dial inscribed with Roman and subsidiary numerals, the movement striking on a gong, swing carrying handle, the case applied with rose coloured leafy sprigs, 14cm high, c.1890 £400 - £600

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1586 A late 19th century French gilt brass five glass repeating alarm carriage clock, 5cm slightly convex enamel dial inscribed with Arabic numerals, above an alarm dial, 8day two-train movement striking on a gong, the case with swing carrying handle, reeded columns to angles, moulded base, bracket feet, 14.5cm high, c.1900 £300 - £500 1587 A late 19th century French gilt brass mantel clock, 7.5cm circular enamel dial inscribed Hry Marc a Paris, Roman numerals, twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a bell, the case cast with flowers and leafy scrolls, giltwood and gesso plinth, glass dome, 36cm high overall £300 - £500

1588 A late 19th century gilt brass repeating carriage clock, 5cm silvered convex chapter ring inscribed with Roman numerals on a ground engraved with flowering leafy scrolls, striking on a gong, the case with swing carrying handle, reeded Corinthian columns to angles, stepped base, bracket feet, 17.5cm over handle, c.1890 £600 - £900

1589 A late 19th century gilt metal mounted walnut bracket clock, 16cm rectangular brass dial with silvered chapter ring inscribed with Roman numerals, cherub masks and leafy scrolls to spandrels, twin winding holes, Lenzkirch two train movement striking on a gong, numbered 324371, the arched case with pine cone finials to angles, 31.5cm high, c.1890 £60 - £100

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1590 A late 19th century oak musical bracket clock, 16cm brass dial with silvered chapter ring inscribed with Arabic numerals, Chime/Silent and regulater dials, three winding holes, German movement chiming on four gongs, shaped arched cresting carved with a Secessionist knot above a dentil frieze, skirted base with egg-and-dart border, bracket feet, 45cm high, c.1880 £150 - £200

1591 A late 19th century oak musical bracket clock, 18cm rectangular silvered dial inscribed with a chapter of Arabic numerals, Slow/Fast and Chime/Silent selectors, three winding holes, German movement striking and chiming on five gongs, arched cresting carved with leafy scrolls, turned and fluted pillars, lunette apron, skirted base, 44cm high, £150 - £200

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1602 A George III oak and mahogany longcase clock, 32cm arched painted dial, inscribed Hallam, Nottingham, Roman numerals, the arch painted with a scene from the Ancient world, flowers to spandrels, date aperture, 30-hour movement striking on a bell, the hood with swan neck pediment, shaped rectangular door to waist, plinth base, 211cm high, c.1815 Thomas Hallam was born 1781 was apprenticed to his uncle John Hallam of Nottingham at 48 Bridlesmith Gate, which premises he bought when John retired in 1819. He was working, latterly with his son Thomas until 1864. £200 - £300

1603 A George III oak longcase clock, 30.5cm arched brass dial with silvered chapter ring, cast spandrels, subsidiary seconds dial, date aperture, 8-day movement striking on a bell, the hood with curly pediment and turned columns, arched cockbeaded door to waist, 217cm high, c.1775 £300 - £500

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1592 A late 19th/early 20th century spelter mystery timepiece, the brass cased movement with white enamel dial and integral pendulum, supported by the raised trunk of a standing elephant, wooden plinth, height approx 27.5cm £120 - £180

1604 A George III oak longcase clock, 32cm square painted dial inscribed Suggate, Halesworth, Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, date aperture, twin winding holes, 8day movement striking on a bell, the hood with naive swan neck pediment, shaped rectangular door to waist flanked by reeded quarter-columns, 207cm high, c.1810

1593 A small gilt brass five glass carriage timepiece, 4.5cm rectangular enamel dial inscribed with Roman numerals, eight-day movement with platform escapement, the case with painted borders of stylised flowering scrolls, 11.5cm over handle, early 20th century £80 - £120

George Suggate/Southgate (1764-1839) set up in Halesworth (Suffolk) in 1785 and worked, latterly also as a jeweller and silversmith, until c. 1830. £250 - £350

1605 A George III/IV mahogany crossbanded oak longcase clock, 32cm arched painted dial inscribed N Walton, Alston, Roman and Arabic numerals, the arch painted with a fanciful bird, roses to spandrels, twin winding holes, 8day movement striking on a bell, the hood with swan neck pediment and Corinthian columns, shaped rectangular door to waist flanked by canted angles, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, shaped apron, bracket feet, 213cm high, c.1820 £300 - £400

1594 An Art Deco ‘tortoiseshell’ travelling timepiece, 4.5cm oval dial with Arabic numerals, keyless movement, rounded rectangular folding case, 7.5cm wide, c.1940 £60 - £80 1600 A George III longcase clock movement, 31cm square brass dial inscribed Noon, Ashby, 30-hour mechanism striking on a bell, c.1775 £150 - £200

1601 A George III oak and mahogany longcase clock, 30cm arched painted dial inscribed with Arabic numerals, the arch painted with a Chinaman beside a Pagoda, subsidiary seconds dial, date aperture, twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a bell, the unusual case with swan neck pediment, and brass ball and spire finials, brass capped Corinthian columns, arched rectangular door to waist, inlaid with fan patera and outlined with boxwood stringing, 226cm high, c.1800 £400 - £600

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1606 A George IV mahogany longcase clock, probably Scottish, 33.5cm arched painted dial inscribed with Arabic numerals, rolling moonphase to arch painted with a ship, subsidiary seconds and calendar dials, twin winding holes, 8day movement striking on a bell, the unusual case with swan neck pediment centred by a garter cresting, shaped Gothic arched rectangular door to waist flanked by twisted columns, canted base, bracket feet, 234cm high, c.1825 £200 - £300

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1607 A William IV/early Victorian mahogany longcase clock, 34cm arched painted dial inscribed Smith, Ashbourne, Roman numerals, rolling moonphase to arch, each spandrel painted with a lady allegorical of the four seasons, swan neck pediment, shaped rectangular door to waist, flanked by turned columns, rectangular base, 170cm high, c.1840 £300 - £400

1609 An early 19th century oak longcase clock, the 32cm brass circular dial with Roman numerals, inscribed Geo. Bailey, York, thirty hour movement striking on a bell, the case with swan neck pediment, brass capped free standing pilasters, shaped door to waist, flanked by quarter columns, plinth base, bracket feet, 232cm high £300 - £500 1610 A post Regency William mahogany Scottish library clock, carved drum hood with scroll cresting and supports, brass bezel, round painted 33cm dial, eight-day movement, tapering trunk with segmental top to door, beaded base panel, bun feet, 218.5cm high, c.1835. £300 - £400

1608 An 18th century oak longcase clock, 28cm square brass dial, inscribed with Roman numerals, date aperture, mask and leafy scroll spandrels, single hand, thirty-hour movement striking on a bell, the hood with swan neck pediment, and brass capped Doric column, rectangular door to waist, 205cm high, c.1760 £250 - £350

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Garden Furniture, Carriages and Signs

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1615 A 19th century marble architectural panel, boldly carved in relief with a crown and laurel wreath, 42cm x 35cm £80 - £120

1622 Railwayana - a cast iron Railway sign, BEWARE OF TRAIN, 39cm x 56cm, mounted on a post £100 - £150

1617 A Raleigh cart, Bennett Springs, steel wheels, rusher types, lancewood shafts, 320cm to end of shaft £400 - £600

1624 Railwayana - an early 20th century British Rail lamp, loop handle, 29.5cm; another, similar, 28.5cm high; an early 20th century British railway lamp, the panelled sides pierced with crosses, large loop handle, 40cm overall (3) £80 - £120

1623 Railwayana - a cast iron rectangular Railway sign, MIDLAND RAILWAY, 51cm x 67cm £150 - £200

1616 A marble garden statue, of a young boy in Classical dress, 52cm high £60 - £100

1619 A Victorian painted wood and wrought iron promenade chair, curved cresting rail, scroll arms, L-shaped feet, c.1850 £60 - £100

1625 Railwayana/Waterways - a cast iron rectangular sign, GRAND JUNCTION CANAL, 45cm x 68cm £200 - £300

1626 A Victorian cast iron door stop, as a vase of flowers, painted in mottled tones of yellow, green and faux salt glazed stoneware, 46cm high, c.1850 £60 - £80

1620 A Victorian wedding carriage, iron work 1874, rebuilt by Cosira, for two horses or a single horse, lancewood shafts, lamps included, 315cm long £2,500 - £3,500

1621 An unusually large scratch built model yacht, 174cm long, wooden trolley, brightly painted in fairground colours £1,000 - £1,500

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Furniture

1630 A 17th century oak child’s two panel blanket chest, hinged top above a deep frieze carved with two rows of opposing lunettes, stile feet, 44cm high, 89cm wide, c.1680 £100 - £150

1637 A 19th century quartetto nest of black lacquered tables, the tops decorated in gilt with sailing vessels, lyre supports, sledge bases, tables, 73cm - 68cm high, c.1890 £100 - £150

1631 A ‘17th century’ oak joint stool, the rounded over sailing top marked out with concentric circles and a border of lunettes, disc turned legs, rectangular stretchers, 35cm high £60 - £100

1638 A 19th century mahogany bow fronted corner cabinet, moulded and dentil cornice the frieze inlaid with three oval paterae, fielded panelled doors, 123cm high, 80cm wide, c.1800 £60 - £100

1632 A ‘17th century’ oak rocking wainscote side chair, bobbin turned cresting rail above a frieze of lunettes, rectangular panelled back carved with a stylised tulip and a pair of acanthus, planked seat, turned and blocked legs, Hstretchers, sledge base, dated 1602 £200 - £300

1633

1633 A 17th century oak three panel blanket chest, of small proportions, hinged top above a chip carved dog tooth frieze, stile feet, 64cm high, 105cm wide, c.1680 £100 - £150

1639

1634 A 17th century style oak blanket chest, hinged three panel top, the front carved with roundels, lozenges and guilloche borders, turned underframe, early 20th century £60 - £100

1639 A 19th century Anglo-Indian Davenport, pierced three-quarter gallery carved with scrolling leafy stems, hinged sloping writing surface, rectangular panelled door to side enclosing four drawers, leafy C-scroll supports, turned feet, 91cm high, 84cm wide, c.1880 £200 - £300

1636 A 17th/early 18th century oak credence table, moulded top with fall leaf, turned legs, rectangular stretchers, 68cm high, 81cm wide, c.1700 £150 - £250

1641 A 19th century ash and elm child’s high chair, curved cresting rail, turned legs, H-stretcher, c.1860 £60 - £100

1635 A 17th century style oak wainscote armchair, shaped cresting and rectangular back carved with stylised flowering stems, scroll arms carved with bands of lozenges, boarded seat, turned and blocked legs, H-stretcher, c.1880 £200 - £300

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1640 A 19th century Anglo-Indian hardwood side cabinet, gadrooned cornice, deep spirally fluted frieze carved with square bosses above rectangular panelled doors, projecting base with a further pair of fluted doors centred by lion masks, fluted bun feet, 73cm high, 95cm wide, c.1880 £200 - £300

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1642

1643

1642 A 19th century ash and elm Windsor armchair, hooped stick back with shaped and pierced splat, saddle seat, turned legs, crinoline stretcher, turned legs, c.1820 £150 - £200

1645

1645 A 19th century Dutch mahogany and marquetry breakcentre commode, moulded top above four long drawers, inlaid overall with flowers, leaves and insects, outlined with boxwood stringing, 87cm high, 94cm wide £800 - £1,200

1643 A 19th century ash and elm Windsor elbow chair, hooped back, shaped and pierced ‘Christmas Tree’ splats, turned spindles, saddle seat, turned legs, Yorkshire, c.1860 £60 - £100

1646 A 19th century elm Windsor rocking elbow chair, hooped back, shaped and pierced ‘Christmas tree’ splat, Ushaped armrail, saddle seat, turned legs, H-stretcher, sledge base, c.1840 £100 - £150

1644

1647

1644 A 19th century Continental mahogany chest, of six long graduated drawers, outlined with geometric banding and boxwood stringing, ring handles, scroll feet, 159cm high, 107cm wide, c.1840 £400 - £600 For more images please visit

1647 A 19th century giltwood and gesso oval girandole, urn cresting, the border moulded with fruiting vine, reel shaped candle sconces, 78cm high, c.1880 £100 - £150 146

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1648 1648 A 19th century Italian mahogany and ivory marquetry display cabinet, moulded cornice above a glazed door, flanked by canted glazed angles, the base centred by a roundel, inlaid with a satyr and a goat, inlaid throughout in the Moorish taste, with stars and scrolling leafy stems, 179cm high, 124cm wide, c.1880 ÂŁ2,000 - ÂŁ3,000

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1649 A 19th century mahogany bow fronted washstand, marble top with three-quarter gallery, carved with scrolls, above a pair of rectangular doors, tapered square legs, spade feet, 91cm high, 76cm wide £80 - £120

1650 A 19th century mahogany bureau bookcase, dentil cornice and blind fretwork frieze above a pair of shaped glazed doors, fall front enclosing pigeon holes and small drawers, above four long graduated drawers, bracket feet, 264cm high, 91cm wide £300 - £400

1651 A 19th century mahogany cylinder desk, the retractable front enclosing a sliding writing surface with three leather lined sections, adjustable on a ratchet, pigeon holes and small drawers veneered in maple, boldly carved acanthus scroll end supports, incurved base, 108cm high, 136cm wide, c.1860 £250 - £350

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1652

1652 A 19th century mahogany domed rectangular cellaret, hinged cover, brass swan neck carrying handles, turned and fluted legs, brass casters, 75cm high, 55cm wide £300 - £500

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1655 A 19th century painted mahogany rectangular work table, hinged cover painted with an oval portrait of a lady, enclosing an arrangement of compartments, basket undertier, tapered square legs, 73cm high, 41cm wide £400 - £600 1656 A 19th century rosewood and mahogany drum table, the crossbanded top with tooled and gilt leather writing surface, above four drawers and four further blind, cabriole legs with anthemion and scrolls to knees, ball and claw feet, 72cm high, 91cm diam. £200 - £300 1657 A 19th century rosewood, satinwood and marquetry kidney shaped side table, stamped Pratt & Son Guilford, the top inlaid with a musical trophy within an oval reserve, above a frieze drawer, serpentine legs moulded and carved with stiff acanthus, open undertier, paw feet,79cm high, 63.5cm wide £300 - £500

1658 A 19th century satinwood sofa table, rounded rectangular top with fall leaves, inlaid with a broad banded border, above a pair of frieze drawers, blind to verso, rectangular end supports, shaped sledge feet applied with draught turned roundels, brass casters, 73cm high, 107cm wide £400 - £600

1653

1653 A 19th century oak box settle, shaped and pierced back carved with masks, leafy scrolls and paterae, hinged seat, block feet, 140cm high, 136cm wide, c.1880 £80 - £120

1659

1659 A 19th century walnut rectangular side table, moulded top above a long frieze drawer, turned legs, Hstretcher, 74cm high, 90cm wide, c.1880 £100 - £150

1654

1654 A 19th century oak refectory table, planked top with staved ends, chamfered square legs, H-stretcher, 74cm high, 173cm long, c.1880 £200 - £300

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1662

1662 A Charles II oak blockfront chest, oversailing top above two short and three long drawers applied with geometric mouldings, brass drop handles, drawer runner recesses, skirted base, bun feet, 91cm high, 97cm wide, c.1675 £200 - £300

1660

1660 A 19th century yew and elm Windsor elbow chair, low hooped back, shaped and pierced splats, saddle seat, turned legs, North East Midlands, c.1820 £150 - £200

1663 A Charles II oak three panel blanket chest, hinged top, stile feet, 68cm high, 117cm wide, c.1675 £100 - £150

1664 A Chinese lacquer five fold screen, carved and decorated in polychrome, with figures in a Pagoda landscape, 91.5cm high, 175cm wide, 19th century £600 - £900

1661

1661 A Biedermeier mahogany canted rectangular chest, moulded top above five long drawers, plinth base, 91cm high, 70cm wide, c.1830 £150 - £200 For more images please visit

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1665 A Chinese padouk wood dressing table, the hinged three section top enclosing a folding mirror, lift out trays and compartments, above frieze drawers and an undertier pierced with trellis, turned legs, 85cm high, 70cm wide, c.1900 £1,000 - £1,500

1664

1666 A Chinese padouk wood low tea table, moulded top above a shaped frieze carved with scrolls, ball and claw feet, 36cm high, 85cm wide, c.1900 £300 - £500 1667 A Chinese padouk wood rectangular butler’s tray or tea table, flared border above a deep apron pierced and carved with scrolling trellis, folding base, 69cm high, 77cm wide, c.1900 £80 - £120

1668 A Chinese padouk wood side cabinet, the top with two pairs of rectangular raised panel doors, above an arcade of four small drawers fronted by glass panels reverse painted with characters, above a pair of further doors enclosing drawers, the frieze and sides carved in relief with flowers and scrolls, 154cm high, 84cm wide, c.1890 £700 - £1,000

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1669

1669 A Chippendale Revival mahogany breakcentre low library bookcase, dentil frieze above three astragal glazed doors, divided and flanked by reeded angles, tapered legs, 102cm high, 145cm wide, c.1900 £150 - £250

1672

1672 A Dutch mahogany and marquetry bombé shaped commode, the shaped oversailing top inlaid with a basket of flowers, above four long drawers, bold ball and claw feet, 86cm high, 88cm wide, early 19th century £600 - £900

1670 A Chippendale Revival mahogany splay fronted floor standing corner cupboard, moulded outswept cornice carved with stiff leaves above a glazed door, ovolo bezel, flanked by acanthus carved brackets, cabriole legs, acanthus scroll feet, 197cm high, 108cm wide, c.1915 £100 - £150

1673

1673 A Dutch mahogany and marquetry elbow chair, tall back with shaped cresting rail and splat, drop-in seat, serpentine front rail, cabriole legs, inlaid with an urn, a fanciful bird and flowering leafy stems, paw feet, 19th century £300 - £400

1671

1671 A Chippendale Revival mahogany tea kettle stand, wavy gallery above a slide, brass axe head handle, chamfered and moulded square legs with shaped brackets to angles, Xstretchers centred by an upstand, 73cm high, 31cm wide, c.1900 £80 - £120 For more images please visit

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1674

1674 A fine Chippendale period Rococo gilt metal mounted mahogany serpentine commode, attributed to William Vile and John Cobb of London, well figured crossbanded top above three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, bold leafy swan neck handles, shaped apron, serpentine legs, 87cm high, 123cm wide, c.1760 ÂŁ40,000 - ÂŁ60,000

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1675 A fine George III Chinese Chippendale giltwood pier glass, well carved in the Rococo taste with flowers and leafy scrolls crested by a shepherd beneath a pagoda, the apron with a pair of sheep flanked by hounds, the plate applied with an oval cartouche, 166cm high, 105cm wide, c.1775 ÂŁ30,000 - ÂŁ50,000

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1676 A French gilt metal mounted kingwood demi-lune commode, marble top above two deep drawers, tapered square legs, 82cm high, 78cm wide, c.1900 £150 - £200

1677 A French gilt metal mounted mahogany shaped rectangular occasional table, in the Louis XV taste, marble top, shaped undertier, serpentine legs, 77cm high, 41cm wide, c.1900 £120 - £180 1678 A French gilt metal mounted shaped oval occasional table, the undertier with pierced brass gallery, outswept serpentine legs, 73cm high, 60.5cm wide, c.1900 £70 - £100 1679 A French kingwood sitting room table, marble top with pierced brass gallery, above three frieze drawers, tapered reeded legs, 45cm high, 111cm wide, c.1900 £100 - £150

1680

1680 A French Louis XV Revival gilt metal mounted kingwood and marquetry bombé shaped commode, moulded veined marble top above two long drawers, inlaid with flowering stems, shaped apron, serpentine legs, 87cm high, 117cm wide, c.1900 £600 - £1,000

1681 A French Louis XV Revival gilt metal mounted kingwood, mahogany and marquetry demi-lune vitrine, pierced gallery above a three-quarter glazed door, inlaid in coloured woods with wreaths, bosses and flowers, serpentine legs, 158cm high, 71cm wide £400 - £600

1682

1682 A French Louis XV Revival gilt metal mounted mahogany and marquetry serpentine bonheur du jour, marble top with pierced three-quarter gallery above a niche flanked by two rows of drawers, inset tooled leather writing surface, long drawer to frieze, serpentine legs, 97cm high, 76cm wide, c.1900 £400 - £600

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1685

1683

1685 A French Louis XV Revival rosewood and marquetry pier cabinet, marble top above a rectangular panelled door, inlaid with an urn of flowers and scrolling leaves, flanked by turned and reeded columns, bun feet, 109cm high, 80cm wide, c.1870 £700 - £1,000

1683 A French Louis XV Revival gilt metal mounted rosewood and marquetry bureau du dame, pierced threequarter gallery, above a fall front, enclosing a fitted interior, serpentine legs, 94cm high, 77cm wide, c.1875 £400 - £600

1686 A French Louis XV style gilt metal mounted kingwood and vernis Martin serpentine vitrine, arched cresting above a three-quarter glazed door, the lower panel painted with a courting couple, serpentine legs, 87cm high, 74cm wide £400 - £600 1687 A French Louis XV style gilt metal mounted vernis Martin serpentine vitrine, pierced three-quarter gallery above a three-quarter glazed doors, shaped apron, serpentine legs, 157cm high, 71cm wide £600 - £800 1684

1684 A French Louis XV Revival ormolu mounted bombé shaped commode, moulded blush marble top above two long drawers, shaped apron, serpentine legs, 84cm high, 104cm wide, early 20th century £600 - £800

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1686

1687 1688 A French rosewood and marquetry shaped oval occasional table, moulded quarter-veneered top inlaid with flowers, drawer to frieze, outlined with boxwood stringing, serpentine legs, 72cm high, 45cm wide, c.1900 £200 - £300

1689 A French Transitional style gilt metal mounted kingwood and parquetry sitting room table, the serpentine top inlaid with a field of blocks, shaped apron, serpentine legs, 48cm high, 82cm wide £100 - £150 1690 A George II mahogany card table, possibly Irish, hipped rectangular top enclosing a baize lined playing surface and counter trays, drawer to frieze, straightened cabriole legs with acanthus knees, pad feet, 68cm high, 89cm wide, c.1755 £150 - £250 1691 A George II style walnut elbow chair, shaped splat carved with acanthus scrolls, drop-in seat, cabriole legs carved with shells to knees, ball and claw feet, c.1920 £200 - £300

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1692

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1692 A George III crossbanded mahogany Carlton House desk, typical swept superstructure with an arrangement of cupboards and small drawers, sliding inset tooled leather writing surface, above a deep frieze with three drawers, brass swan neck handles, tapered square legs, brass casters, 99cm high, 129cm wide, 19th century £1,200 - £1,800

1695 A George III mahogany bachelor’s chest, moulded top above two short and three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, pierced brass bat shaped handles, skirted base, bracket feet, 79cm high, 79cm wide, c.1780 £200 - £300 1696 A George III mahogany bow centre serving table, moulded top above a deep frieze, tapered square legs, 90cm high, 240cm wide, early 19th century £1,500 - £2,000

1697

1697 A George III mahogany bow fronted sideboard, crossbanded top above a cockbeaded frieze drawer and arched apron drawer flanked by a cupboard and further drawers conforming, outlined with ebony stringing, brass ring handles, tapered square legs, spade feet, 106cm high, 176cm wide, 19th century £200 - £300

1693

1693 A George III elm and oak splay fronted wall hanging corner cupboard, moulded outswept cornice above a glazed rectangular door enclosing three shaped shelves, skirted base, 104cm high, 78cm wide, c.1800 £60 - £100

1698

1698 A George III mahogany bureau, fall front enclosing a rectangular panelled door, flanked by reeded secret compartments, pigeon holes and small drawers, above four long graduated drawers, pierced brass bat shaped handles, skirted base, bracket feet, 109cm high, 99cm wide, c.1780 £200 - £300

1694

1694 A George III fruitwood circular tripod occasional table, tilting top, turned vasular column, cabriole legs, pad feet, 72cm high, 59cm diam., c.1800 £80 - £120 For more images please visit

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1702

1699

1702 A George III mahogany demi-lune card table, crossbanded folding top enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, tapered square legs, brass casters, 73cm high, 92cm wide, c.1810 £200 - £300

1699 A George III mahogany caddy top chest, of two short and three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, oval brass handles, shaped apron, bracket feet, 106cm high, 106cm wide, c.1800 £250 - £350

1700

1700 A George III mahogany Campaign writing desk/cabinet, fall front inlaid with a navette shaped shell patera and outlined with boxwood stringing, enclosing an inset tooled and gilt leather writing surface, stationery divisions, well apertures and pen compartments, brass swan neck carrying handles, cabriole legs, 116cm high, 60cm wide, c.1820 £200 - £300

1703

1703 A George III mahogany linen press, dentil cornice above a pair of oval mirrored doors, the base with two short and two long graduated cockbeaded drawers, brass swan neck handles, outlined with chequered stringing, bracket feet, 202cm high, 127cm wide, early 19th century £150 - £200

1701 A George III mahogany chest, of two short and three long graduated drawers, brass swan neck handles, shaped apron, bracket feet, 116cm high, 112cm wide £200 - £300 For more images please visit

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1707 A George III mahogany rounded rectangular tea table, folding top above a deep frieze outlined and inlaid with boxwood stringing, tapered square legs, outswept feet, 76cm high, 91cm wide, c.1810 £80 - £120 1708 A George III mahogany splay fronted wall hanging corner cupboard, moulded cornice above a pair of arched rectangular panelled doors enclosing shaped shelves, now with ogee feet, 138cm high, 97cm wide, c.1800 £200 - £300

1704

1704 A George III mahogany oval pembroke table, moulded top with four leaves, drawer to frieze, blind to verso, tapered square legs, outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, brass casters, 71.5cm high, 79cm wide, c.1790 £150 - £200 1705 A George III mahogany Pembroke table, rounded rectangular moulded top with fall leaves, drawer to end, blind to verso, brass drum handles, turned and tapered legs, brass casters, 69cm high, 76cm wide, c.1820 £60 - £100

1709

1709 A George III mahogany tray top night cupboard, pierced gallery above a pair of doors and a commode drawer, moulded square legs, brass swan neck handles, 81cm high, 56cm wide, c.1780 £150 - £250

1710 A George III mahogany tray top night table, deep gallery pierced with stars, roundels and carrying handles, above a pair of doors and a drawer, square legs, 77cm high, 54cm wide, c.1780 £100 - £150 1711 A George III mahogany tripod occasional table, circular tilting dished top, turned urnular column, cabriole legs, pad feet, 67cm high, 60cm diam., c.1800 £100 - £150

1706

1712 A George III mahogany tripod occasional table, circular top tilting and rotating on a birdcage, baluster column, cabriole legs, pad feet, 71cm high, 67cm diam, c.1800 £70 - £100

1706 A George III mahogany rectangular Pembroke table, drawer to frieze, square legs, block feet, 70cm high, 71cm wide, c.1780 £200 - £300 For more images please visit

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1716 A George III oak bureau bookcase, stepped cornice above a pair of glazed rectangular doors, fall front enclosing a cupboard and an arrangement of pigeon holes and small drawers, above four long graduated cockbeaded drawers, brass swan neck handles, skirted base, bracket feet, 2121cm high, 90.5cm wide, c.1800 £100 - £150 1717 A George III oak chest, of small proportions, mahogany crossbanded top inlaid with a starburst and batwing patera, above two short and two long graduated cockbeaded drawers, shaped bracket feet, 83cm high, 84cm wide, c.1800 £100 - £150

1718 A George III oak dresser, moulded outswept cornice above three open shelves and a row of six small drawers, the projecting breakcentre base with a T-shaped arrangement of drawers and a pair of shaped panelled doors, turned quarter columns, skirted base, bracket feet, brass bat shaped handles, 217cm high, 177cm wide, c.1775, £1,200 - £1,500

1713

1713 A George III mahogany tripod supper table, circular tilting one piece top, birdcage support, turned column, cabriole legs, pad feet, 71cm high, 86cm diam., c.1800 £150 - £200

1714 A George III mahogany tripod supper table, dished tilting top with piecrust border, turned fluted column, cabriole legs, pad feet, 60cm high, 80cm diam, c.1800 £120 - £180

1719

1719 A George III oak dresser, stepped Greek key cornice above open shelves, reeded frieze and angles, projecting base with three drawers and panelled doors, brass swan neck handles, 202cm high, 162cm wide £300 - £400

1715

1715 A George III oak and elm curved settle, tall back with six rectangular panels, downswept arms on turned supports, panelled base, 143cm high, 164cm wide, c.1775 £300 - £400 For more images please visit

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1722 A George III painted mahogany settee, arched cresting painted en-grisaille with putti around an altar, downswept arms terminating in lotus scrolls, tapered square legs, spade feet, 183cm wide, c.1820 (for restoration) £400 - £600

1720

1720 A George III oak housekeeper’s cupboard, moulded outswept cornice above a pair of panelled doors, a pair of drawers and further doors conforming, stile feet, 198cm high, 141cm wide, c.1820 £400 - £600

1723

1723 A George III pine splay fronted floor standing corner cupboard, moulded cornice above a pair of arched panelled doors, the base with a pair of further doors, reeded angles, plinth base, 224cm high, 130cm wide, c.1810 £200 - £300

1721

1721 A George III oak lowboy, rectangular moulded top above one long and two short cockbeaded drawers, brass drum handles, shaped apron, square chamfered legs, 76cm high, 77cm wide, c.1800 £250 - £350 For more images please visit

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1726 A George III Revival mahogany tea kettle stand, square top with shallow gallery above a slide, brass axe head handle, square legs, 78.5cm high, 26.5cm wide, c.1910 £60 - £100

1724

1727

1724 A George III provincial mahogany corner chair, shaped and pierced splats, drop in seat, chamfered square legs, c.1780 £80 - £120

1727 A George III Revival Rococo mahogany shaped circular tripod supper table, dished top carved in relief with a border of scallop shells and leafy scrolls, birdcage support, turned and fluted column, carved cabriole legs, ball and claw feet, 72cm high, 88cm diam, c.1900 £300 - £500

1728

1725

1728 A George III rosewood crossbanded mahogany Dshaped card table, folding top inlaid with an oval shell patera, enclosing a baize lined playing surface, tapered fluted legs, 73cm high, 91cm wide, c.1820 £250 - £350

1725 A George III revival mahogany country house book carrier/stand, serpentine division and ends, pierced carrying handle, slender cabriole legs, pad feet, 70cm high, 55cm wide, c.1900 £100 - £150

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1731

1731 A George III satinwood crossbanded mahogany work table, hinged top adjustable on a ratchet, above a frieze drawer, basket undertier, tapered square legs, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, brass casters, 79cm high, 48cm wide, c.1810 £300 - £500

1729

1729 A George III rosewood crossbanded mahogany tripod occasional table, canted rectangular tilting top, turned column, downswept legs, 71cm high, 56cm wide, c.1820 £100 - £150

1730

1730 A George III rounded rectangular work table, moulded top with fall leaves, above a pair of graduated cockbeaded drawers to frieze, blind to verso, angular loop handles, slender turned and tapered legs, brass casters, 72.5cm high, 51cm long, c.1820 £80 - £120 For more images please visit

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1732 A George III solid rosewood chest on chest, moulded cornice above two short and three long graduated drawers, flanked by reeded canted angles, the projecting base with three further long drawers, pierced brass bat shaped handles, ogee bracket feet, 191cm high, 122cm wide, c.1780 £1,500 - £2,000

1736

1736 A George IV mahogany shaped bow fronted sideboard, slightly over sailing top above a cockbeaded frieze drawer and arched apron drawer, flanked by a further pair and a deep drawer with two blind fronts, outlined with boxwood and ebony stringing, turned legs, 94cm high, 140cm wide, c.1825 £200 - £300

1733

1733 A George III style mahogany bow fronted sideboard, oversailing top above a drawer and a pair of doors, lion mask handles, shaped arched apron, tapered square legs, spade feet, 89cm high, 136cm wide, c.1900 £60 - £100

1734 A George IV mahogany bow fronted chest, of two short and three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, inlaid with boxwood stringing and anthemions, flanked by spirally turned and acanthus carved columns, turned feet, 113cm high, 123cm wide, c.1825 £200 - £300

1737

1737 A George IV mahogany side cabinet, rectangular superstructure, with three quarter gallery above a niche, flanked by turned columns, the base with a pair of rectangular panelled doors, 116cm high, 92cm wide, c.1830 £150 - £250

1735

1735 A George IV mahogany rounded rectangular library table, oversailing top above a pair of frieze drawers, blind conforming to verso, shaped end supports flanked by scroll brackets, sledge base, bun feet, 73cm high, 127cm wide, c.1825 £150 - £200 For more images please visit

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1738 A George IV mahogany waterfall bookcase, shaped back above three terraced shelves, moulded borders, the base with a pair of rectangular re-entrant panelled doors, turned feet, brass casters, 164cm high, 92cm wide, c.1825 £2,000 - £3,000 1739 A George IV plum pudding mahogany oval breakfast table, moulded tilting top, canted triform column, incurved base, fluted bun feet, brass casters, 72cm high, 123cm wide, c.1830 £120 - £180

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1740 A George IV rosewood centre table, the tilting top inset with a marble panel, panelled baluster column, incurved triform base, bun feet, 74cm high, 68cm diam., c.1830 £800 - £1,200

1741 A George IV rosewood circular tripod wine table, attributed to Gillows of Lancaster, baluster gallery, the top with flush cover enclosing a well, slender baluster column and cabriole legs carved with lotus and acanthus, bold lion paw feet, 74.5cm high, 41cm diam., c.1825 £2,500 - £3,500

1742

1742 A George IV rosewood rounded rectangular library table, oversailing top above a pair of frieze drawers, panelled column, turned socle, incurved base, turned and fluted feet, 74cm high, 133cm wide, c.1830 £300 - £400 For more images please visit

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1743 A ‘George IV’ rosewood rounded rectangular twotier low whatnot, urnular finials, turned columns, the base with a pair of drawers, turned legs, brass casters, 74cm high, 76cm wide, c.1830 (reduced) £100 - £150

1745

1745 A George/William IV mahogany pedestal games table, the rectangular folding top inlaid for chess and enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, gadrooned borders, blind drawer to frieze, panelled tapered column, lotus socle, canted incurved base, bun feet, 77cm high, 46cm wide, c.1830 £300 - £500

1744

1744 A George IV rosewood three-section Canterbury, curved divisions centred by a lyre, drawer to base, turned handles, turned feet, brass casters, 54cm high, 52cm wide, c.1825 £100 - £150

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1746 A George/William IV mahogany rounded rectangular library table, slightly oversailing top above a pair of cockbeaded frieze drawers, slab sided end supports, lotus socles, reeded sabre legs, brass capped lion paw casters, 72cm high, 107cm wide, c.1830 £300 - £500 170

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1747 A George/William IV mahogany X-frame rocking chair, deep buttoned stuffed-over upholstery, lotus carved scroll arms, brass casters, c.1830 £200 - £300

1752

1748 A George III oak oval table, fall leaves, 69cm high, 130cm wide, c.1800 £250 - £350

1752 A large Victorian giltwood and gesso arched rectangular pier glass, beaded border with shelves and triglyphs, 213cm high, 55cm wide, c.1880 £250 - £350

1749 A harlequin set of four George IV vernacular oak dining chairs, curved cresting rails, reeded splats, planked seats, tapered square legs, probably East Anglian, c.1825 £60 - £100

1753 A large Victorian mahogany library bookcase, outswept cornice above three rectangular glazed doors, enclosing adjustable shelves, the slightly projecting base with three panelled doors, the angles carved with scrolls, plinth base, 257cm high, 275cm wide, c.1850 £1,000 - £1,500

1754 A large William and Mary oyster veneered rectangular lace box, bold escutcheon, handles to sides, 15cm high, 59cm. wide, c.1690 and later £300 - £500

1750

1750 A large Continental pine mule chest, hinged top above three arched panels, painted with a building and vases of stylised flowers, divided and flanked by carved pilasters, turned handles, 103cm high, 174cm wide, 18th/19th century £200 - £300

1755

1751 A large late 17th/early 18th century oak oval gateleg dining table, moulded planked top, bobbin turned underframe, 76cm high, 135cm wide, c.1680 - 1720 £600 - £1,000 For more images please visit

1755 A late 17th century oak blanket chest, hinged three panel top, two panel front, stile feet, 63cm high, 113cm wide, c.1700 £150 - £200 171

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1756 A late 19th century mahogany lady’s occasional writing table, hinged shaped rectangular top enclosing a folding writing surface, well apertures, pen compartments and stationery divisions, above a deep frieze carved with scrolling acanthus, shaped undertier, serpentine legs, 76cm high, 55cm wide, c.1890 £100 - £150

1757 A late 19th century rosewood and marquetry three seater chair back settee, shaped cresting rail and pierced splats in the Chippendale taste, inlaid in ivory and shaded woods with urns and leafy sprigs, scroll arms, cabriole legs, pad feet, 126cm wide, c.1900 £300 - £400 1758 A late 19th century walnut Burgomeister type swivel desk chair, shaped and pierced back, carved with scrolling leaves, drop in seat, serpentine legs, c.1880 £100 - £150 1759 A late Victorian mahogany and marquetry folio desk, panelled rectangular fall front, inlaid with an urn of flowers and ribbon tied leafy branches, enclosing a Morocco lined interior fitted for stationery, shaped apron inlaid with batwing patera, downswept legs, 111cm high, 60cm wide, c.1875 £300 - £400 For more images please visit

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1762

1760 A late Victorian rosewood and marquetry bowcentre desk, oversailing inset leather writing surface above a shaped frieze drawer inlaid in ivory and boxwood with a covered urn and leafy scrolls, flanked by two rows of small drawers, brass drum handles, tapered square legs, ceramic casters, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, 72cm high, 91cm wide, c.1890 £250 - £350

1762 A late Victorian walnut folio desk, rectangular panelled fall front, Japanned with chinoiseries, enclosing a velvet writing surface, wells, stationery divisions and a pen recess, shaped apron, turned stretcher, scroll feet, 113cm high, 53cm wide, c.1890 £200 - £300

1761

1761 A late Victorian rosewood sofa, fan cresting above a deep frieze pierced with trellis, downswept arms, stuffed-over upholstery, tapered reeded legs, brass castors, 184cm long, c.1890 £300 - £500 1763

1763 A Louis XV gilt metal mounted kingwood and marquetry bombé shaped commode, of small proportions, veined marble top with moulded edge, above three long graduated drawers, serpentine legs, 81cm high, 71cm wide, c.1900 £400 - £600 For more images please visit

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1764 A Louis XV Revival gilt metal mounted kingwood and marquetry bombé shaped vitrine, glazed doors with panels inlaid with flowers and leafy stems, shaped apron, cabriole legs, 183cm high, 108cm wide, c.1900 £700 - £1,000

1765

1765 A Louis XV style gilt metal mounted mahogany and parquetry cylinder bureau du dame, frieze drawer above a retractable front, further drawers and sliding writing surface, serpentine legs, 100cm high, 58cm wide £400 - £600

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1766 A Louis XV style mahogany and marquetry shaped rectangular etagere, the two graduated tiers quarter veneered and inlaid with flowers and leafy scrolls, rococo handles to sides, serpentine legs, leafy sabot, 81cm high, 77cm wide, c.1870 £300 - £500

1769

1767 A Louis XV style upholstered bed, the frame carved with scrolling acanthus, 109cm high, 221cm long, c.1900 £150 - £250

1768 A massive 16th century style Great Hall refectory table, the staved top with continuous planks, each substantial half fluted baluster support on a cruciform base, carved with acanthus, 75cm high, 498cm long, 102cm wide Provenance: From Thornbury Castle near Bristol £600 - £1,000

1770

1769 A near pair of George III mahogany demi-lune card tables, folding tops enclosing baize lined playing surfaces, cross banded and outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, tapered square legs, spade feet, 73cm high, 90cm wide, c.1800 £400 - £600 1770 A Neo-Classical style brass and marble sitting room table, rectangular top, reeded legs, X-stretcher, lion paw feet, 39cm high, 92cm wide; a pair, ensuite (3) £150 - £200

1771 A pair of 17th century style oak cottage chairs, by Rupert Griffiths, shaped splats pierced with stylised hearts, deep kidney shaped saddle seats, chamfered square legs, 92cm high, mid 20th century £150 - £200 1771 For more images please visit

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1772

1772 A pair of 19th century Anglo-Indian hardwood card tables, rectangular tops with lotus borders, enclosing inset baize lined playing surfaces, cabriole legs, profusely carved overall with scrolls, leafy branches and lotus bosses, Xstretchers, turned underfinials, paw feet, 74cm high, 92cm wide, c.1850 ÂŁ7,000 - ÂŁ10,000

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1773 A pair of 19th century Anglo-Indian or Burmese hardwood side chairs, spoon shaped backs, drop-in seats, shaped aprons, pierced and boldly carved with birds and scrolling flowering foliage centred by lions rampant, cabriole legs with masks to knees terminating in serpents, c.1880 £150 - £200 1774 A pair of Chinese hardwood folding armchairs, Ushaped backs with scroll arms, pierced splats carved with a dragon amongst scrolling clouds, 19th century £1,500 - £2,500

1775 A pair of Chinese padouk wood vase stands, square tops, above carved and pierced friezes, panelled undertiers, square legs, 78cm high, 41cm wide, c.1900 £250 - £350

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1776

1776 A pair of George I mahogany side chairs, tall serpentine backs with scroll cresting rails and shaped splats, drop-in seats, cabriole legs, pad feet, c.1725 £200 - £300

1774

1777 A pair of George III style mahogany bow fronted bachelors’ chests, each with crossbanded top above a slide and four long graduated cockbeaded drawers, brass swan neck handles, outlined with boxwood and ebony stringing, shaped aprons, outswept bracket feet, 77cm high, 78cm wide, 20th century £400 - £600 1778 A pair of George IV mahogany elbow chairs, curved cresting rails, turned and fluted central bars, reeded scroll arms, stuffed-over seats, turned legs, c.1825 £150 - £200 1779 A near pair of William IV mahogany library armchairs, stuffed-over upholstery, slightly outswept arms terminating in lotus carved columns, turned legs, ceramic casters, c.1835 £300 - £400

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1780 A pair of vernacular oak and softwood side chairs, of staked and slotted construction, sloping backs carved with scrolls, canted seats, turned and blocked under-frames, 18th century £100 - £150

1784

1784 A Queen Anne walnut rectangular chest, moulded quarter-veneered top, above two short and three long graduated drawers, brass drop handles, outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, skirted base, bracket feet, 87cm high, 100cm wide, c.1710 £1,500 - £2,000

1781

1781 A pair of Victorian lady’s and gentleman’s mahogany armchairs, spoon shaped backs carved with leafy scrolls, stuffed-over deep buttoned upholstery, cabriole legs, ceramic casters, c.1880 £300 - £400

1782

1782 A post-Regency mahogany pier glass, stepped inverted breakfront cornice above a deep flame veneered frieze, rectangular plate flanked by split Doric columns, 79cm high, 94cm wide, c.1830 £100 - £150

1783 A primitive beech and pine vernacular chair, of staked construction, shaped back pierced with a demi-lune, outswept legs, 82cm high, branded mark to underside, LG*** £60 - £100

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1785 A Regency brass mounted bedroom cabinet, moulded cornice above a pair of rectangular doors with grilles lined in pleated silk, enclosing three sliding trays, the base with four long graduated drawers, brass drum handles, lion paw feet, 189cm high, 101cm wide, c.1820 £800 - £1,200

1788 A Regency mahogany D-shaped card table, possibly Scottish, folding top enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, above a deep frieze applied with an anthemion and acanthus scrolls, spreading column, turned socle, incurved base, scroll feet, 72cm high, 92cm wide, c.1825 £100 - £150

1789 A Regency mahogany rounded rectangular pedestal breakfast table, reeded tilting top, turned column, reeded sabre legs, brass capped casters, 73cm high, 129cm wide, c.1820 £300 - £500 1790 A ‘Regency’ mahogany rounded rectangular tilt top breakfast table, reeded top and sabre legs, 73cm high, 83cm wide £60 - £100

1786

1786 A Regency coromandel crossbanded rosewood rounded rectangular card table, folding top enclosing a baize playing surface, above a deep frieze, turned twin column pedestal, sabre legs, brass capped casters, 72cm high, 91cm wide, c.1820 £400 - £600 1787 A Regency mahogany bow fronted chest of three long cockbeaded drawers, turned handles, turned feet, 90cm high, 98cm wide £150 - £200

1791

1791 A Regency pollard oak centre table, the circular top veneered in radiating sections and ebony strung in concentric circles, triple column pillar, incurved canted triform base, lion paw feet, 73cm high, 76cm diam., c.1820 £1,500 - £2,500

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1794

1794 A Regency rosewood and brass marquetry side cabinet, beaded borders, deep frieze inlaid with anthemion and acanthus scrolls, above a pair of rectangular mirrored doors flanked by Corinthian columns, plinth base, 94cm high, 123cm wide, c.1820 £1,500 - £2,500

1792

1792 A Regency rosewood and brass marquetry card table, rounded rectangular folding top inlaid with a border of stylised leafy stems and roundels, enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, panelled frieze, concave knopped column, gadrooned borders, canted incurved base, sabre legs, brass capped casters, 72.5cm high, 91cm wide, c.1815 £600 - £900

1795 A Regency rosewood breakcentre low library bookcase, moulded top above two pairs of rectangular glazed doors applied with brass grills, plinth base, 94cm high, 228cm wide, c.1820 £1,500 - £2,000 1796 A Regency rosewood crossbanded mahogany rounded rectangular tea table, probably Scottish, folding top above a deep frieze, twisted column, gadrooned socle, scroll base applied with draught turned roundels, 73cm high, 91cm wide, c.1820 £100 - £150 1797 A Regency rosewood jardiniére table, rectangular top with zinc liner, slender turned legs, sledge feet, c.1820 £80 - £120

1793

1793 A Regency rosewood and brass marquetry scroll end day bed, serpentine back, stuffed-over canary silk upholstery, the frieze inlaid with cranes and leafy scrolls, sabre legs, brass capped casters, 205cm long, c.1815 £800 - £1,200

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1795 1798 A Regency rosewood rounded rectangular card table, folding top enclosing a baize lined playing surface, above a deep frieze, crossbanded and centred by a rectangular tablet, turned column, hipped sabre legs, brass capped leather casters, 74cm high, 92cm wide, c.1820 £200 - £300

1800

1800 A Regency rosewood sofa table, rounded rectangular moulded top above a pair of frieze drawers, shaped end supports, reeded sabre legs, brass capped casters, 75cm high, 100cm wide, c.1820 £250 - £350

1799

1799 A Regency rosewood rounded rectangular sofa table, crossbanded top, with beaded edge, above frieze drawers, stepped rectangular column, sabre legs, brass capped castors, 69cm high, 93cm wide, c.1815 £300 - £400

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1802 A Scottish George III mahogany secretaire chest, the rectangular top above a fitted drawer, enclosing a baize lined writing surface, cupboard pigeon holes and dresser, above three long graduated cocked graduated drawers, flanked by faux stop fluted angles, octagonal loose ring handles, ivory shield shaped escutcheon, skirted base, bracket feet, 119cm high, 119cm wide, c.1820 £150 - £200

1803 A Scottish Regency bow fronted chest, crossbanded top above three short and three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, outlined throughout with boxwood string, oval brass handles, bracket feet, 100cm high, 121cm wide, c.1820 £200 - £300

1804 A Scottish Regency mahogany inverted breakcentre sideboard, shaped three quarter gallery, oversailing top above drawers and cupboards, rope twist borders, lion mask handles, turned legs, lion paw feet, 115cm high, 185cm wide, c.1820 £ 400 - £600 1805 A set of eight Chippendale design mahogany dining chairs, comprising six side chairs and a pair of carvers, Cupid’s bow cresting rails, shaped and pierced splats, drop-in seats, H-stretchers, square legs £300 - £500

1801

1801 A Regency satinwood crossbanded rosewood nest of three occasional tables, turned legs, sledge feet, 70cm to 67cm high, 42cm to 32cm wide, c.1820 £400 - £600

1806

1806 A set of eight George IV mahogany bar back dining chairs, spirally turned central rails, drop in seats, turned legs, c.1825 £100 - £150

1807 A set of eight Hepplewhite design mahogany dining chairs, shield shaped backs carved with urns, flowers, drapery swags and acanthus, stuffed-over seats, tapered square legs, spade feet, 20th century £400 - £600

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1809

1809 A set of eight provincial Hepplewhite design mahogany dining chairs, comprising six side chairs and a pair of carvers, arched backs, drop in seats, tapered square legs, H-stretchers, c.1920 £250 - £350 1807

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1808

1810 A set of eight Sheraton Revival mahogany dining chairs, rectangular backs with fluted crestings and pierced splats, serpentine downswept arms, stuffed-over seats, tapered square legs, spade feet, c.1900 £300 - £500

1808 A set of eight Hepplewhite design mahogany dining chairs, shield shaped backs with pierced splats carved with ears of wheat, stuffed-over seats, tapered square legs, spade feet, 19th century £500 - £700 For more images please visit

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1811 A set of eight Victorian mahogany dining chairs, scroll backs, stuffed-over upholstery, turned and reeded legs, ceramic casters, c.1880 £150 - £200

1819 A Sheraton Revival painted satinwood bow fronted dressing glass, arched rectangular plate flanked by turned urnular finials, bow fronted base with three drawers, brass axehead handles, bracket feet, 68cm high, 64cm wide, c.1880 £250 - £350

1812 A set of four early 18th century oak dining chairs, shaped backs with vasular splats, panelled seats, turned and blocked legs and stretchers, c.1720 £700 - £1,000

1820 A small 18th century oak wall hanging cupboard, moulded cornice above a glazed rectangular door enclosing a deep drawer with twin compartments, brass ring handle, skirted base, 45cm high, 44cm wide £60 - £100

1813 A set of four Victorian walnut library side chairs, arched backs with cut out handles, stuffed-over upholstery, turned and fluted legs, brass casters, c.1880 £100 - £150 1814 A set of seven Regency faux rosewood and brass marquetry dining chairs, comprising six side chairs and a carver, pierced and carved central rail, sabre legs, c.1820 £300 - £400

1815 A set of six Victorian rosewood balloon back dining chairs, stuffed-over seats, cabriole legs, c.1850 £200 - £300

1816 A set of six Victorian walnut balloon back dining chairs, the cresting rails carved with flowers and scroll leaves, stuffed-over seats, cabriole legs, c.1850 £200 - £300

1821

1821 A small George III mahogany rounded rectangular writing table, reeded top with hinged scribe’s compartment fitted with well aperture, and pen and stamp compartments, moulded frieze, slender turned and tapered legs, brass casters, 74cm high, 68.5cm wide, c.1825 £300 - £500

1822 A small George III oak chest, of three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, moulded top, brass swan neck handles, skirted base, bracket feet, 71cm high, 73cm wide £100 - £150

1817

1817 A set of six Victorian walnut dining chairs, carved cartouche shaped backs, stuffed-over seats, turned and reeded legs, c.1865 £300 - £400

1823 A small Victorian mahogany chiffonier, shaped back with scroll cresting and border, the projecting base with a pair of cushion moulded frieze drawers and arched panel doors, plinth base, 136cm high, 120cm wide, c.1880 £100 - £150

1818 A set of Victorian mahogany library steps, 71cm high, 37cm wide, c.1880 £150 - £200

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1824 1824 A substantial French Louis XV Revival gilt metal mounted kingwood and vernis Martin serpentine vitrine, shell cresting flanked by a pair of finials cast as female busts terminating in acanthus scrolls, above a three-quarter glazed door flanked by two pairs of panels, the base with five panels painted with figures, putti and landscapes in the 18th century taste, serpentine legs, leafy sabot, 213cm high, 119cm wide ÂŁ2,000 - ÂŁ3,000 For more images please visit

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1828 A Victorian burr walnut mirror back side cabinet, shaped superstructure with open shelf crested and flanked by pierced and carved leafy scrolls, the projecting base with frieze drawer above a pair of arched rectangular mirrored doors, flanked by serpentine angles with further shelves, bun feet, 168cm high, 122cm wide, c.1850 £500 - £700

1825

1825 A substantial Victorian walnut oval stool, boldly carved with scrolling acanthus and fruiting branches, stuffedover seat, scroll feet, ceramic casters, 44cm high, 70cm wide, c.1850 £150 - £200 1826 A large 19th century gilt wood and gesso arched rectangular pier glass, moulded frame, c.1860 £200 - £300

1827 A Victorian burr walnut circular centre table, moulded top, turned baluster column, cabriole legs, lotus scroll feet, ceramic casters, 76cm high, 126cm diam., c.1850 £100 - £150

1829

1829 A Victorian burr walnut oval breakfast table, quarterveneered top, quatrepartite base with turned underfinial, cabriole legs, lotus scroll feet, ceramic casters, 74cm high, 137cm wide, c.1850 £300 - £400

1830

1830 A Victorian burr walnut rounded rectangular card table, moulded top enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, turned baluster end supports and reeded stretcher carved with stiff acanthus, cabriole legs, ceramic casters, 74cm high, 99cm wide, c.1850 £400 - £600 1828 For more images please visit

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1831

1831 A Victorian burr walnut rounded rectangular card table, well figured quarter veneered top with moulded edge and outlined with kingwood banding, enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, turned and carved baluster column, cabriole legs boldly carved with acanthus, ceramic casters, 71cm high, 91cm wide, c.1850 £400 - £600 1833

1833 A Victorian burr walnut shaped oval pedestal occasional table, well figured quarter-veneered top with moulded edge above a deep frieze, fluted baluster column, cabriole legs, bold lion paw feet, 74cm high, 69cm wide, c.1850 £600 - £900

1832

1832 A Victorian burr walnut shaped oval occasional table, moulded top, turned and carved baluster end supports, stretcher and cabriole legs, brass casters, 71cm high, 105cm wide, c.1850 £80 - £120

1834

1834 A Victorian burr walnut three section Canterbury, turned finials and supports, drawer to base, turned feet, 42cm high, 58cm wide, c.1860 £200 - £300 For more images please visit

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1837

1837 A Victorian crossbanded mahogany serpentine tea table, in the French Hepplewhite taste, quarter-veneered folding top above a deep frieze with a border of carved leafy scrolls, serpentine legs, scroll feet, 76cm high, 91cm wide, c.1850 £300 - £500

1835

1835 A Victorian burr walnut three-section Canterbury whatnot, shaped top above turned divisions, pierced handles and end supports carved with leafy scrolls, drawer to base, brass casters, 101cm high, 66cm wide, c.1850 £400 - £600

1838

1838 A Victorian Franglais gilt metal mounted walnut and marquetry serpentine card table, folding top inlaid with flowers, above a deep shaped frieze, outlined with boxwood stringing, serpentine legs, 76cm high, 91cm wide, c.1870 £700 - £1,000

1836

1836 A Victorian burr walnut and marquetry rounded rectangular card table, quarter-veneered moulded top inlaid with scrolling leafy stems, enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface above a deep frieze, outlined with boxwood stringing, turned and fluted baluster twin-end supports, stretcher and underfinials, angular scroll feet, ceramic casters, 71cm high, 92cm wide, c.1870 £400 - £600 For more images please visit

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1839 A Victorian gilt metal and porcelain mounted walnut and marquetry shaped serpentine credenza, moulded top with book-matched veneers above a rectangular door centred by an oval panel decorated in the manner of Sevres with colourful summer flowers within a Bleu Celeste border, flanked by a pair of glazed doors, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, turned feet, 108cm high, 152cm wide, c.1860 £1,000 - £1,500

1844 A Victorian mahogany and marquetry tripod occasional table, the circular top inlaid with a broad band of scrolling foliage, twisted column, turned socks, shaped cabriole legs carved with scrolls, 73cm high, 61cm diam £70 - £100

1845 A Victorian mahogany bookcase, stepped cornice above a pair of rectangular glazed doors enclosing adjustable shelves, projecting base with a pair of drawers and panelled doors, 214cm high, 114cm wide, c.1880 £200 - £300

1846 A Victorian mahogany circular pedestal centre table, slightly oversailing top, baluster column, incurved canted triform base, acanthus scroll feet, 74cm high, 120cm diam, c.1850 £100 - £150 1847 A Victorian mahogany combination dining and snooker table, moulded top, turned and reeded legs, 78cm high, c.1880 £250 - £350

1848 A Victorian mahogany pole screen, cartouche shaped banner with C-scroll frame, decorated with spray of flowers, turned column, leafy scroll tripod base, 143cm high, c.1850 £80 - £120 1840

1840 A Victorian gilt metal and porcelain mounted walnut and marquetry side cabinet, the arched rectangular panelled door centred by an oval plaque, decorated in the manner of Sevres, with a courting couple, flanked by a pair of bowed glazed doors, turned feet, 107cm high, 148cm wide, c.1870 £400 - £600

1841 A Victorian gilt metal and porcelain mounted walnut breakcentre side cabinet, the frieze and central door applied with oval plaques decorated in the manner of Sevres, flanked by a pair of glazed rectangular doors, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, plinth base, 101cm high, 166cm wide, c.1870 £700 - £1,000

1849

1842 A Victorian gilt metal mounted burr walnut and marquetry shaped serpentine credenza, moulded top with well figured book-matched veneers above a deep frieze and rectangular panelled door, flanked by a pair of glazed doors, plinth base, 105cm high, 149cm wide, c.1850 £500 - £800

1849 A Victorian mahogany serpentine centre sideboard, shaped back carved with a border of leafy scrolls of flowering and fruiting branches, moulded top above three frieze drawers and two pairs of panelled doors, plinth base, 154cm high, 187cm wide, c.1850 £100 - £150

1843 A Victorian gilt metal mounted ebonised, walnut and marquetry shaped serpentine side cabinet, deep frieze above a rectangular panelled door, centred by a porcelain plaque painted in the manner of Sevres, flanked by bowed glazed doors, turned feet, 108cm high, 151cm wide £800 - £1,200

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1850 A Victorian mahogany twin pedestal desk, rectangular moulded top with inset leather writing surface, above drawers and cupboards, 72cm high, 137cm wide, c.1880 £150 - £200

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1854 A Victorian oak open bookcase, moulded top above adjustable shelves, the frieze and jambs heavily carved with leafy scrolls, fruiting branches and grotesque masks, plinth base, 122cm high, 107cm wide, c.1890 £150 - £200

1855 A Victorian oak patent adjustable reading table, B Barnard, London, rectangular moulded top with two hinged tooled and gilt leather writing surfaces on ratchets, candleslides to sides, rectangular end supports adjustable in height, stamped Patent, turned stretcher, cabriole legs, scroll feet, 74.5cm high, 85cm wide, c.1870 £200 - £300

1856 A Victorian oak patent extending circular dining table, moulded edge, wind out mechanism, 167cm diam., (associated base) £400 - £600

1851

1851 A Victorian mahogany twin pedestal desk, rounded rectangular top with inset tooled leather writing surface, above three frieze drawers, three further drawers to each pedestal, plinth base, turned handles, 74cm high, 137cm wide, c.1880 £200 - £300

1857 A Victorian oak twin pedestal estate office desk, rounded rectangular moulded top with inset leather writing surface, above two rows of four graduated drawers, panelled sides, turned handles, plinth base, 77cm high, 157cm wide, c.1880 £200 - £300

1852 A Victorian mahogany wind out dining table, moulded top, turned, carved and fluted legs, ceramic castors, 73cm high, extending to 253cm long, c.1880 £400 - £600 1853 A Victorian oak cylinder desk, three-quarter gallery above a retractable front, enclosing a sliding writing surface, pigeon holes and small drawers, three drawers to each pedestal, plinth base, 108cm high, 121cm wide, c.1880 £200 - £300

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1858 A Victorian painted mahogany and satinwood cylinder bureau, in George III style, brass three-quarter gallery, crossbanded retractable front decorated with a musical trophy, enclosing a rectangular door, pigeon holes, small drawers and a sliding plateau with inset tooled leather writing surface, above two long drawers, Bramah lock, brass axehead handles, tapered square legs, spade feet, 140cm high, 84cm wide, c.1880 £700 - £900 1859 A Victorian rosewood low library bookcase, rectangular top above adjustable shelves, flanked by acanthus scroll brackets, plinth base, 92cm high, 111cm wide, c.1860 £150 - £200

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1860 A Victorian rosewood octagonal trumpet shaped work table, hinged moulded top enclosing an arrangement of compartments, locus socle, carved cabriole legs, brass casters, 72cm high, 43cm wide, c.1850 £100 - £150

1863 A Victorian walnut and marquetry Davenport, moulded superstructure with pierced three-quarter gallery enclosing well apertures and pen and stationery compartments, hinged sloping top with inset tooled and gilt leather writing surface enclosing pigeon holes, four graduated drawers to side, turned handles, sledge base with acanthus scroll brackets, turned feet,ceramic casters, 91cm high, 54cm wide, c.1850 £400 - £600

1861

1861 A Victorian satin birch chest, by Gillows, stamped, moulded rectangular top above two short and four long graduated drawers, turned handles, plinth base, 119cm high, 132cm wide, c.1880 £300 - £400

1864

1864 A Victorian walnut and marquetry octagonal trumpet shaped work table, hinged top enclosing compartments, acanthus carved socle, cabriole legs, 70cm high, 43cm wide, c.1860 £80 - £120

1862 A Victorian walnut and brass pole screen, brass urnular finial, shield shaped floral bead and woolwork banner, turned carved walnut column and socle, outswept tripod base, 164cm high, c.1870 £80 - £120

1865

1865 A Victorian walnut and marquetry rounded rectangular combination card and work table, folding top with book-matched veneers and inlaid with a lozenge of leafy scrolls, enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, drawers to frieze, basket undertier, turned stretcher and end supports, brass casters, 72cm high, 76cm wide, c.1860 £600 - £800

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1866

1869 A Victorian walnut oval breakfast table, the well figured quarter-veneered top with moulded edge, quatrepartite base, fluted and carved and centred by an underfinial, cabriole legs, lotus scroll feet, ceramic castors, 74cm high, 143cm wide, c.1850 £250 - £350

1866 A Victorian walnut breakcentre low library bookcase, moulded top above adjustable shelves divided and flanked by carved brackets, plinth base, 135cm high, 189cm wide, c.1880 £400 - £600

1867 A Victorian walnut combination games and work table, the folding top enclosing chess and backgammon boards above a frieze drawer, fitted for sewing, basket undertier, scroll underframe, 78cm high, 56cm wide, c.1850 £300 - £500

1870 A Victorian walnut oval breakfast table, tilting top with moulded edge, carved and turned base, cabriole legs, ceramic casters, 76cm high, 147cm wide, c.1850 £500 - £700

1868

1868 A Victorian walnut library table, moulded top with inset tooled and gilt leather writing surface above a pair of frieze drawers, shaped end supports pierced with tracery roundels and applied with boldly carved acanthus scrolls, 79cm high, 120cm wide, c.1850 £600 - £800

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1871 A Victorian walnut Wellington chest, rectangular top above seven graduated drawers restrained by a hinged baton, turned handles, flanked by acanthus carved brackets, plinth base, 108cm high, 52.5cm wide, c.1880 £150 - £250 192

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1872

1874 A William IV mahogany pole screen, rectangular woolwork banner, decorated in colours with a basket of flowers, turned finial, lotus socle, circular base, scroll feet, 155cm high, c.1835 £70 - £100

1872 A ‘William and Mary’ walnut and marquetry chest, moulded top above two short and three long graduated drawers, crossbanded and inlaid with stylised flowers and scrolling leaves, outlined with boxwood stringing, skirted base, bracket feet, 100cm high, 98.5cm wide (alterations) £1,000 - £1,500

1875 A William IV mahogany rounded rectangular pullout dining table, two additional leaves, moulded top above a deep frieze, turned and lotus fluted legs, brass casters, 75cm high, 136cm wide, extending to 226cm long, c.1835 £400 - £600

1876

1876 A William IV rosewood rounded rectangular library table, slightly oversailing top above a pair of frieze drawers divided by a rectangular tablet, panelled end supports, acanthus scroll feet, 73cm high, 136cm wide, c.1835 £500 - £700

1873

1873 A William IV mahogany library armchair, cartouche shaped back, with pierced cresting carved with a shell and acanthus scrolls, lotus scroll arms, turned and fluted legs, c.1835 £150 - £200 For more images please visit

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1877 A William IV/early Victorian mahogany breakcentre compactum wardrobe, outswept cornice above a pair of Gothic arched panelled doors, enclosing sliding trays, above two short and two long graduated drawers, flanked by a pair of full length doors, plinth base, 212cm high, 248cm wide, c.1840 £200 - £300

1880 An 18th century Dutch walnut and marquetry shaped serpentine card table, hinged folding top enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, the angles now unusually inlaid with playing cards, above a deep frieze drawer, inlaid with a flowering urn, fanciful birds and scrolling leaves, cabriole legs, pad feet, 75cm high, 83cm wide, c.1760 £1,000 - £1,500

1878 Advertising - a Fry’s chocolate shop display cabinet, the shaped arched crest inscribed Fry’s Chocolate, the glazed front etched Fry’s Choice Chocolate, By Royal Appointment and Coat of Arms, plinth base carved J.S. Fry’s & Sons Ltd, 71cm x 92cm £800 - £1,200

1881 An 18th century oak dresser, outswept cornice above a wavy frieze, and an arrangement of open shelves and spice drawers, the projecting base with four deep drawers, turned and blocked legs, brass bat shaped handles, 192cm high, 256cm wide, c.1760 £2,000 - £3,000

1879

1879 An 18th century Dutch oak shaped serpentine commode, moulded oversailing top above four long graduated drawers, brass ring handles, ogee bracket feet, 81cm high, 92cm wide, c.1775 £400 - £600

1882

1882 An 18th century oak food cupboard on stand, rectangular door with three raised and fielded panels, enclosing shelves and compartments, iron scroll hinges, the stand with turned and blocked legs, 141cm high, 65cm wide £150 - £250 1883 An 18th century oak lowboy, rectangular top above one long and two short drawers, later carved with scrolling leaves, chamfered square legs, 77cm high, 83cm wide £80 - £120

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1885

1885 An ‘18th century’ oak refectory table, planked top, plane legs and stretchers, 74cm high, 165cm long £300 - £400

1884

1884 An 18th century oak lowboy, rectangular top above one long and two short drawers, shaped arched apron, tapered square legs, 67cm high, 76cm wide, c.1750 £100 - £150 For more images please visit

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1886 An 18th century oak slope top bible box, later carved with a dragon, the front with stop flutes, 37.5cm high, 50cm wide £60 - £100 1887 An 18th century style Pietra Dura rectangular table top, inlaid with a field of specimen marble lozenges, 107.5cm x 71cm £300 - £400

1888 An Aesthetic Movement walnut open library bookcase, three-quarter gallery above two adjustable shelves, shaped end supports, 119cm high, 141cm wide, c.1875 £150 - £200 1891

1891 An Anglo-Indian hardwood, ebony and ivory marquetry shaped rectangular looking glass, the broad border profusely inlaid with dense scrolling leafy stems and a band of chevrons, 73cm high, 64cm wide, c.1900 £120 - £180

1889

1889 An Anglo-Chinese hardwood rectangular centre table, rectangular top with trellis border, shaped frieze and cabriole legs profusely carved with flowers and leafy scrolls, 77cm high, 106cm wide, c.1900 £200 - £300

1892

1890

1892 An Art Nouveau mahogany and marquetry bureau, in the manner of Liberty’s, shaped superstructure, with arches of pierced scrolls, fall front, inlaid with a stylised flower and sinuous whiplash stems, enclosing a fitted interior above a drawer and a rectangular door, flanked by a pair of niches, cabriole legs, 141cm high, 81cm wide, c.1905 £250 - £350

1890 An Anglo-Indian brass mounted hardwood rectangular chest, hinged cover, the sides chevron fluted and applied with tulip shaped cut cardwork, the lock stamped Calcutta, brass swan neck carrying handles, shaped plinth base, 27cm high, 68cm wide, c.1900 £200 - £300 For more images please visit

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1893 An Arts and Crafts ash chest, of two short and three long graduated drawers, brass Neo-Gothic handles, plinth base, 112cm high, 118cm wide, c.1875 £100 - £150

1894 An early ‘18th century’ oak chest on stand, moulded cornice above three short and two long graduated drawers, brass ring handles, shaped apron, the stand with twisted supports, serpentine stretchers and bun feet, 137cm high, 85cm wide, part c.1720 £100 - £150 1895 An early 18th century oak oval gate leg table, turned and blocked legs, 75cm high, 124cm wide, .c.1720 £100 - £150

1896 An early 18th century oak oval gateleg dining table, drawer to end, turned and blocked legs, plain stretchers, turned feet, 77cm high, 132cm wide, c.1720 £100 - £150 1900

1900 An early George III oak lowboy, oversailing moulded top above a long drawer, brass bat shaped handles and escutcheon,shaped apron, straightened cabriole legs, pad feet, 72cm high, 78.5cm wide, c.1760 £100 - £150

1897

1897 An early 18th century oak rectangular lowboy, oversailing top above three mahogany crossbanded cockbeaded drawers, brass ring handles, shaped apron, turned slender straightened cabriole legs, 71cm high, 82cm wide, c.1730 £100 - £150 1898 An early 19th century yew and elm child’s Windsor side chair, hooped stick back, saddle seat, turned legs, Hstretcher, 59cm high, c.1820 £80 - £120

1899 An early George III mahogany bow fronted bachelor’s chest, moulded crossbanded top with matched veneers, above two short and three long graduated drawers, brass bat shaped handles and escutcheons, skirted base, bracket feet, 80cm high, 76cm wide, c.1760 £3,000 - £5,000

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1901 An early Victorian mahogany cheval mirror, the shaped arched plate flanked by scroll uprights, pierced and carved with lotus, scroll feet, brass casters, 158cm high, 85cm wide, c.1840 £300 - £400 197

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1903 An early Victorian mahogany library table, rounded rectangular top above a long frieze drawer, shaped end supports and stretcher, lotus scroll feet, ceramic casters, 73cm high, 137cm wide, c.1840 £100 - £150

1904 An Edwardian oak officers mess wall shield, the cresting carved with a crown and triumphal regalia, gilt brass hooks, insignia to apron, 112cm long, 64cm wide, dated 1907 £60 - £100

1905

1905 An Edwardian satinwood crossbanded mahogany desk, inverted breakcentre superstructure with pierced gallery and two rows of small drawers, inset leather writing surface above a pair of frieze drawers, tapered square legs, ceramic casters, 94cm high, 107cm wide, c.1900 £200 - £300

1902

1902 An early Victorian mahogany library bookcase, moulded outswept cornice above open adjustable shelves,projecting base with a pair of rectangular panelled doors, flanked by moulded angles, plinth foot, 233.5cm high, 126cm wide, c.1840 £200 - £300

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1906 An Edwardian satinwood crossbanded mahogany two tier Sutherland table, canted rectangular leaves, turned uprights, sledge base, 73cm high, 61cm wide, c.1900 £150 - £200

1909 An Irish Chippendale Revival mahogany silver table, serpentine top with gadrooned edge above a shaped frieze carved with blind fretwork, cabriole legs with acanthus to knees, bold ball and claw feet, 81cm high, 107cm wide, c.1900 £300 - £400

1907 An Edwardian Sheraton Revival painted mahogany bureau bookcase, of small proportions, stepped cornice above an astragal glazed door, fall front enclosing a cupboard, pigeon holes and small drawers, painted with Cupid and Psyche, urns, ribbon swags and flowers, gilt metal handles, skirted base, bracket feet, 181cm high, 61cm wide, c.1910 £1,200 - £1,800

1910 An Irish mahogany oval wake table, reeded square legs, 73cm high, 169cm long £500 - £700

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1911

1908 An Edwardian Sheraton Revival painted satinwood serpentine sided bijouterie table, hinged top, tapered square legs, decorated with ribbons and trailing flowers, interlaced C-shaped stretchers, 76cm high, 92cm wide, c.1900 £200 - £300

1911 An Irish mahogany rectangular tea table, gadrooned top above a deep frieze carved in relief with shells and leaves, cabriole legs, ball and claw feet, 71cm high, 68cm wide, c.1900 £600 - £1,000 1912 An late 18th/early 19th century Dutch walnut and marquetry side cabinet, serpentine top inlaid with a flowering urn, above a long frieze drawer and a pair of doors, 89cm high, 102cm wide £300 - £400

1913 An oak housekeeper’s cupboard, the outswept moulded cornice above a deep frieze fitted with three drawers, central fielded panelled door with linen fold carving, flanked by a pair of similar panels, stile feet, 143cm high. 142cm wide, early 20th century £300 - £350

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1916

1914 A Victorian open bookcase, deep frieze carved with scrolling leaves, reeded angles, plinth base, bun feet, c.1880 £100 - £150

1916 An unusual 19th century giltwood shaped rectangular looking glass, the frame boldly carved with a winged mask,fruiting branches and flowers, 60cm high, 39cm wide £80 - £120

1917 An unusual Aesthetic Movement rosewood and exotic hardwood Davenport, the superstructure with tambour fronted compartment enclosing pigeon holes, pen compartment and well apertures, flanked by a pair of drawers and bevelled triangular mirrors, hinged sloping inset leather writing surface enclosing further pigeon holes, fluted frieze, three graduated drawers to side, stylised drop handles, tapered square legs, ceramic casters, 116cm high, 9cm wide, c.1890 £60 - £100

1915

1918

1915 An unusual 19th century Dutch mahogany and marquetry occasional table, folding two-piece top above two frieze drawers and undertiers, inlaid with flowering stems outlined with barberpole stringing, scroll feet, 88cm high, 50.5cm wide, c.1880 £100 - £150 For more images please visit

1918 An unusual North European oak side cabinet, marble top above two drawers and a pair of doors, carved overall with rustic leafy branches, 143cm high, 173cm wide, c.1880 £700 - £1,000 200

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1924 Robert Thompson Mouseman of Kilburn - an oak stool, dished top, panelled legs, 38cm high, carved mouse signature £80 - £120

1925

1925 A Victorian walnut occasional writing table, moulded top with inset leather writing surface, turned underframe, c.1850 £250 - £300

1919

1919 An unusual Victorian walnut shaped oval work table, hinged top with moulded edge, veneered with well figured fanned segments, outlined with boxwood stringing, enclosing an arrangement of open and covered compartments, turned twin end supports, turned and reeded stretcher, cabriole legs, 76cm high, 69cm wide, c.1870 £400 - £600

1926 A Victorian gilt metal mounted rosewood display cabinet, outswept cornice above a pair of rectangular doors, flanked by scroll brackets, c.1875 £800 - £1,200

1920 An unusually small George III oak bureau, the fall front enclosing pigeon holes and small drawers, above four long graduated drawers, brass bat shaped handles, skirted base, bracket feet, 94cm high, 73cm wide, c.1800 £60 - £100

1921 A French provincial bread rack, the rectangular doors divided by three small drawers, above a galleried cooling section, open undertier, turned feet, c.1900 £300 - £400

1922 A 19th century Windsor elbow chair, hooped back, shaped and pierced splat, saddle seat, turned legs, c.1840 £150 - £200

1927

1927 A 19th century gilt wood and gesso rectangular overmantel mirror, deep frieze moulded after the antique with a chariot and procession, flanked by pilasters, c.1860 £200 - £400

1923 Miniature Furniture - an 18th century Dutch walnut display cabine and chest, shaped moulded cornice above glazed doors and arched canted sides, the bombé chest base with three graduated long drawers, shaped apron, 100cm high, 69cm wide £100 - £200

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1928

1928 A George III mahogany inverted bow fronted tea table, folding top above a deep frieze, tapered legs, c.1810 £150 - £200

1929 A George III style mahogany pedestal silver or tea table, spindle gallery, carved column and tripod base, scroll feet, 20th century £200 - £300

1932 A Moorish hardwood and ivory marquetry octagonal occasional table, inlaid with an eight-pointed star and a profusion of leafy stems, the folding base with ogee arches, 37cm high, 39cm diam, early 20th century £250 - £350

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Day Three

Friday 4th July at 2.00pm

Works of Art

Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers


Boxes and Objects

1949 A 19th century leather black jack, 29.5cm high £100 - £150

1953 A 19th century American folk art rectangular decoupage box, applied overall with paper scraps depicting wild, exotic and domestic animals, including an elephant, rhinoceros, buffalo, a pig, an ostrich, a tiger, geese, ducks, wild boar and an oversize fish, with figures, a horse drawn barrel buildings and other cuttings, hinged cover centred by a wheel motif, labelled to verso Mary Eleanor Maynard of North Leverett (Massachusetts) presented by Lucy Maynard 1863, 31cm wide, c.1863 £80 - £120

1950

1950 A 19th century brass miner’s lamp, inscribed J Mills, Newcastle, domed pierced top, protecting gauze with a clear glass shade below protected by four columns, brass reservoir, 25cm high £60 - £100

1954

1954 A 19th century Black Forest carving, of a dairy cow, naturalistically modelled, standing, on a leafy outcrop, stepped canted base with egg-and-dart border, 32cm wide, c.1850 £300 - £400

1951 A 19th century bamboo walking stick, fluted horn and ivory top, inlaid with a white metal and mother of pearl roundel, 91cm long £60 - £100

1955 A 19th century brass bound and coromandel rectangular work box, the interior with compartments, 30cm wide, c.1860 £60 - £100 1956 A 19th century brass bound coopered oak peat or ember bucket, swing handle, 27cm high £60 - £100 1957 A 19th century brass corkscrew, 17.5cm long with worm fully extended; another, The Zig-Zag (2) £40 - £60

1958 A 19th century brass domed rectangular scent casket, pierced and engraved with scrolling leaves, hinged cover enclosing three glass bottles, 13.5cm wide, c.1870 £80 - £120

1959 A 19th century bronze desk stand, cast with an eagle with wings out stretched, rounded square rocky well, pen aperture, 26cm wide, indistinctly signed £60 - £100

1952

1952 A 17th/early 18th century oak desk box, sloping top with iron butterfly hinges, initialed CF and enclosing small drawers, the front carved with stiff leaves and intersecting lunettes, 39cm wide, c.1680-1720 £100 - £150 For more images please visit

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1960 A 19th century cattle horn powder flask, 18cm long; another (2) £60 - £80

1961

1961 A 19th century Sinhalese/Anglo-Indian horn and porcupine quill rectangular visiting card case, push-on cover, 10.5cm long, c.1880 £40 - £60

1966

1962 A 19th century Sinhalese/Anglo-Indian rectangular box, hinged cover decorated with specimen timbers, gadrooned border, enclosing a lift-out tray with six lidded compartments, 31cm wide, c.1850 £60 - £100

1966 A 19th century gilt and silvered two handled ovoid mantel vase, probably Russian, pierced and applied with a huntsman and deer amongst scrolling foliage, within reserves on a matted ground, scroll handles terminating in masks to sides, malachite base, 29cm high £100 - £150

1963 A 19th century French brass marquetry and ebonised rectangular playing card box, hinged cover inlaid with a leafy scroll cartouche, rosewood lined interior fitted with compartments, 29.5cm wide, c.1870 £40 - £60

1967 A 19th century gilt metal musical figural inkstand, cast after Millet with The Angelus, hinged cover, Swiss clockwork movement, 14cm wide, c.1870 £50 - £70

1964 A 19th century French ivory and paper eighteen stick fan, printed in polychrome with an 18th century courting couple, domestic servants looking on, within a shaped cartouche, the ground printed in gilt with scrolls, feather trimmed, 51cm wide, c.1890; another, sandalwood, printed with figures of the court in 18th century dress, the sticks pierced with flowers and leafy scrolls and inlaid with polished steel roundels, 50cm wide; another, mother of pearl, painted, 18th/19th century; another (4) £80 - £120

1968 A 19th century Indian silver coloured metal and damascened copper half-fluted box and cover, knop finial, applied with a band of deities outlined with borders of flowerheads, and stiff leaves, 12cm high, c.1880 £80 - £120 1969 A 19th century Irish novelty pocket watch stand, as a longcase clock, harp finial, spirally turned borders, 30cm high, c.1830 £70 - £90 1970 A 19th century Islamic fob seal, the oval matrix with script, 2cm long; others, Cyrillic; etc (14) £150 - £200

1965 A 19th century French porcelain and gilt metal mounted kingwood and parquetry rounded rectangular scent casket, hinged cover set with an oval plaque painted with colourful summer flowers, retailed by Alphonse Giroux, c.1870 £150 - £200

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1971 A 19th century Italian looking glass, octagonal ebonised frame, the chased brass band mounted with specimen gemstones, applied with ornate brass acanthus and cherubs, 18cm x 14cm £100 - £150

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1980

1980 A 19th century rosewood rectangular playing card press, the clamp with twin screw threads, hinged compartment to base enclosing counters, fluted mouldings to borders, 25cm wide, c.1870 £80 - £120

1972

1972 A 19th century ivory memento mori, carved as a skull, 7cm high, engine turned hardwood base £200 - £300

1973 A 19th century mahogany seamstress’s horizontal cotton reel stand, shaped ends supporting five brass bobbin spindles, drawer to base with brass axe head handle, 25.5cm high, 22cm wide £60 - £80 1974 A 19th century mahogany tambour fronted stationery box, the top inlaid with barberpole band, the interior with letter rack, inkwells and stepped drawers, fluted borders, 34cm high, c.1880 £100 - £150 1975 A 19th century mahogany wall hanging spill or candle box, shaped arched back, three-quarter gallery above a niche, 26cm high £50 - £70 1976 A 19th century mahogany wig or bonnet stand, turned slender column, turned base, 32cm high £60 - £100

1977 A 19th century naval silkwork panel, embroidered in gold braid with an anchor, inscribed to verso In memory of Admiral Lord Nelson of Trafalgar, 11cm x 9cm; a 19th century gilt metal hammercloth armorial, cast as the arms of John Samuel Wanley Sawbridge-Erle-Drax of Olantigh, Kent, Ellerton Abbey, Yorkshire and Charborough Park, Dorset, probably from the state coach, 7cm x 11cm (2) £60 - £90

1981

1981 A 19th century Russian silver-gilt Orthodox icon, depicting Christ Pantocrator, 13.5cm x 11cm, master’s mark AT?, 84 zolotniks, glazed ebonised case, 20cm x 18cm overall £60 - £100

1978 A 19th century papier mache circular panel, Man’s Best Friend, painted with a faithful sheep dog, 23cm diam £40 - £60

1982 A 19th century silver coloured metal mounted pocket case, hinged cover centred by a green jasper ware portrait roundel, the mount pierced and engraved with leafy scrolls, 7.5cm long £70 - £90

1979 A 19th century Provincial oak and parquetry work box, hinged cover enclosing an arrangement of compartments, inlaid overall with blocks and lozenges, ivory escutcheon, bun feet, 26cm wide £40 - £60 For more images please visit

1983 A 19th century South American gourd, carved with an indigenous warrior and a profusion of animals, mounted on a turned pedestal, 11cm high £60 - £100

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1990 A bronze sundial, cast with a chapter of Roman numerals, centred by Royal coats of arms, Tudor roses to angles, angular gnomon, 20.5cm square, 18th/19th century £100 - £150

1984

1984 A 19th century tortoiseshell and mother of pearl rectangular visiting card case, hinged cover, 10.5cm long, c.1850 £40 - £60 1985 A 19th century tortoiseshell rectangular casket, hinged slightly domed cover centred by a silver coloured metal cartouche, 10.5cm wide, c.1840 £50 - £70

1986 A 19th century two-handled gilt bronze urn, cast with classical figures, everted rims, stepped marble base, 26.5cm high, c.1880 £200 - £300

1997

1997 A European carved gilt and painted softwood figure, of a bearded saint, he stands, dressed in long robes, 21cm high £60 - £100

1987 A 19th/early 20th century bronze three blade propeller, 39cm diam £60 - £100

1988 A Black Forest book slide, folding ends carved with a pair game birds amongst leaves and grasses, the hen beside a nest of eggs, 38.5cm wide, c.1900 £70 - £100

1998 A First World War soldier folk art specimen wood rectangular box, hinged cover with mirror to verso, the bezel inscribed Souvenir De La Guerre (of the War) 1914, 15-16, constructed of and veneered in batons and lozenges of specimen timbers, 25cm wide, c.1916 £40 - £60

1989 A Black Forest mantel thermometer, well carved with an eagle perched on a rocky outcrop, 30cm high, c.1890 £100 - £150

1999 A French spelter Egyptian Revival desk thermometer, cast as a seated sphinx, wings outstretched, engraved Thermometre, with Centigrade and Reaumur scales, turned socle, stepped circular rouge marble base, 18cm high, c.1900 £60 - £100 2000 A George III brass circular tavern snuff or tobacco box, of seamed construction, hinged draught spun cover, skirted base, 19.5cm diam, c.1800 £60 - £100 2001 A George III design mahogany and marquetry dressing glass, of small proportions, shield shaped mirror, the bow fronted crossbanded base with long drawer, inlaid with acorns on S-scroll stems, outlined with boxwood and ebony stringing, bun feet, 53cm high, 19th century £100 - £150 2002 A George III domed rectangular bird cage, turned cresting with brass ring finial, turned columns to angles, slide to base, 53cm high, 30cm wide, c.1820 £100 - £150

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2003 A George III ivory back or wig scratcher, carved as a hand, pleated cuff, ebonised shaft with turned ivory pommel, 36.5cm long; others, bone, similar (6) £60 - £80

2012 A George III mahogany, brass and steel folding sovereign balance, 14.5cm wide (closed), early 19th century; another (2) £100 - £150

2005 A George III kingwood and satinwood crossbanded mahogany commode fronted knife box, hinged cover enclosing a fitted interior, outlined throughout with barberpole, boxwood and ebony stringing, Sheffield plate mounts, 38cm high, 22.5cm wide, c.1775 £200 - £300

2014 A George III pony skin domed rectangular box, hinged cover with silver coloured metal cartouche, loose ring handles to sides, 20cm wide, c.1800 £80 - £120

2004 A George III ivory cylindrical cotton box, draught turned top and cover to base, 5cm high, c.1820; a George III ivory goblet, hemi-ovoid bowl, turned column and circular foot, 7cm high, c.1800; a 19th century ivory and pique aide memoir, 8.5cm long (3) £100 - £150

2013 A George III penwork rectangular playing card box, the hinged cover decorated with a view of Colchester Castle, the sides with crisp acanthus, enclosing compartments for cards and counters, ivory kite shaped escutcheon, bun feet, 21cm wide, c.1810 £80 - £120

2006 A George III mahogany and marquetry rectangular gentleman collector’s table cabinet, hinged cover inlaid with a navette shaped shell patera, enclosing an arrangement of compartments, above three long graduated drawers, canted angles, shaped apron, bracket feet, 26.5cm high, 31cm wide £200 - £300

2007 A George III mahogany commode fronted knife box, hinged cover inlaid with an oval shell patera, now fitted for stationery, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, 38cm high, c.1780 £60 - £100

2008 A George III mahogany deck watch case, hinged moulded cover with circular aperture, ivory navette shaped escutcheon, 9cm wide, c.1800; a section of sail cloth, reputedly from Nelson’s flagship, Victory, 43cm x 8cm (2)

2015

2015 A George III pyrography picture, by Joseph Smith of London, of a tiger, after the oil by George Stubbs, signed and dated 1818, the verso inscribed Smith, Pyrographist, dated again and branded with eye motif, 45cm x 62cm, c.1818 £100 - £150

Provenance: Purchased containing the Davidson Nile medal awarded to Thomas Atkinson (1767 - 1836) Master of the Victory by the vendor at auction and assumed to have been owned and carried by him. £200 - £300

2016 A George III shagreen tapered rounded rectangular draughtsman’s etui, hinged cover enclosing an arrangement of drawing instruments, 17cm long, c.1810 £60 - £100

2009 A George III mahogany draughtsman’s box, hinged cover, 33cm wide, c.1800; a 19th century four fold ruler, by Aston & Mander, Makers, 25 Old Compton St., Soho, London, marked out with cask volumes, opening to 61cm long; a 19th century brass mounted boxwood rigger’s rope gauge, 11.5cm long; another; a brass and mahogany shipwright’s bevel,30.5cm long; other rulers (8) £60 - £100

2017 A George IV brass bound rosewood campaign writing box, hinged cover adjustable on a ratchet, enclosing an inset sloping lockable writing surface, well apertures and pen and stamp compartments, drawer to side, flush brass military handles, 50.5cm wide, c.1830 £100 - £150

2010 A George III mahogany rectangular work box, hinged cover, drawer to base, ivory draught turned handles and kite shaped escutcheons, gilt brass loose rings to sides, lion paw feet, 16.5cm high, 26cm wide, c.1815 £40 - £60

2018 A George IV rosewood rectangular glove box, hinged cover with bead and reel border, 24cm wide, c.1830; a 19th century French satinwood domed rectangular work box, hinged cover with steel mounts and swan neck handle, outlined with burr banding, enclosing a mirror, knop feet, 16.5cm wide, c.1870 (2) £70 - £100

2011 A George III mahogany tapered rectangular wall hanging candle box, shaped and pierced cresting, hinged cover, the front now outlined in boxwood stringing with an oval reserve within a narrow border, 48cm long, 19th century £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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2025 A late 19th century Black Forest type novelty page turner, the pommel carved as the head of a monkey, 37cm long, c.1900 £50 - £70 2026 A late 19th century bronze novelty table vesta, as a tortoise, the hinged shell enclosing strikers and provision for matches, 12cm long, numbered 31 in script to base, c.1900 £60 - £100

2019

2019 A gilded metal novelty shop sign or window display model, as a fish, 60cm long Provenance: Reputedly from the window of an angling shop on the Isle of Wight £60 - £100

2020 A Grand Tour type plaster library sculpture, of a torso after the Antique, rectangular base, 34cm high £60 - £100 2021 A jade and marble desk group, of a bear and cubs eating fish, hardwood stand, 11.5cm wide £70 - £100

2027

2022 A Jennens and Betteridge shaped rectangular tray, painted with peonies, leaf tendrils and foliage, 79cm wide, impressed mark, c.1860; another, similar, 64cm (2) £200 - £300

2027 A late 19th century oak novelty tea caddy or cigar box, as a dog kennel, the cold painted occupant peering out, hinged cover mounted with brass cut-card work, 16cm high, 21cm wide, c.1900 £80 - £120 2028 A late Victorian E.P.N.S mounted novelty coopered spirit barrel, 23cm long, c.1890 £50 - £80

2029 A late Victorian mahogany table top four section decanter stand, revolving on a central brass column terminating in an ovoid brass knop, brass mounted ogee shaped dividing uprights, outswept quatrefoil base, 30cm wide, 33cm high, c.1900 £60 - £80

2030 A late Victorian oak novelty humidor, as an upright piano, hinged cover enclosing twin compartments, above a brass panel pierced with tracery and a projecting frieze drawer, further deep drawer to base, brass handles, 25.5cm high, 29cm wide, c.1890 £100 - £150

2023

2023 A large Austrian cold painted bronze, by Bergman, of a lizard and snake in combat, 19cm long, marked with B and Geschutzt, c.1900 £300 - £400

2031 A late Victorian treen presentation gavel, for the S.S. Lake Superior launched 4th December 1884 from the Thompson Shipyard, Clyde Bank, walnut presentation case £60 - £100

2024 A large heavy cast iron waisted bell mortar, with two protruding knobbed mounts, 29.3cm high, 33cm diam., iron pestle, ringed expanded ends, 27cm long, late 18th/early 19th century £200 - £300

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2032 A Napoleonic prisoner of war bone gaming box, the pair of hinged domed covers pierced with doves of peace, above three sliding compartments enclosing dominoes, knop finials to angles, the sides marked out for cribbage, angular pad feet, 13.5cm wide, c.1810 A paper label to the underside is inscribed in brown ink Carved by the French prisoners of war in Porchester Castle out of the mutton bones that they found in their soup & sold them through the bars of their cells about the year 1809. Their only tool was a clasped knife. £200 - £300

2035

2035 A North European oak carving, of a scantily clad figure, kneeling, atop a rock, 24cm high £60 - £100

2036 A novelty cold painted metal table lighter, cast as a cock pheasant before a tree stump, 32cm wide, first half of the 20th century £60 - £100

2033 A North European carved oak figure of a medieval king, he stands holding a shield carved with an armorial device wearing a cloak and crown, 30.5cm high £50 - £80

2037 A pair of 18th century design oak wall hanging spice cabinets, each with stepped cornice above three open shelves, 57.5cm high, 37.5cm wide (reconstructed from period timbers) £50 - £80

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2034 A North European oak altar piece, carved in relief with the Crucifixion, within a shaped arched niche, fluted cresting centred by Sacred Heart, flanked by acanthus scroll brackets, stepped base, 54cm high, 50cm wide £100 - £150 For more images please visit

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2039 A pair of 19th century bronze candlesticks, in the Gothic Revival manner, beaded banding around the lift out pan, the columns cast with devilish putti, the octagonal base as a stylized Puginesque flowers, 21cm high £300 - £500

2042 A pair of 19th century giltwood and gesso wall brackets, each shaped serpentine plateau with egg and dart border above an oval tablet moulded in relief with a portrait roundel of a Grecian soldier, flanked by bell husk swags, pendant aprons, 33cm high, 24.5cm wide, c.1880 £100 - £150

2043 A pair of 19th century ivory adjustable combination field and opera glasses, with settings for Field, Marine and Theatre, tortoiseshell mounted eyepieces, 9cm long, c.1880; £60 - £90

2044 A pair of 19th century ormolu table candlesticks, the sconces cast with leaves, above three elephant heads, reed columns, the base with stiff leaves, triform base, 27cm high £60 - £100

2045 A pair of Black Forest wall brackets, bowed plateaux, the pendant aprons carved with a fox mask and a bird amongst scrolling vine, 12cm and 10.5cm long, 12cm wide, c.1870 £60 - £100 2046 A pair of Black Forest wall plaques, carved as a stag and an antelope, cartouche shaped mounts with antler hooks, 31cm high, c.1900 £200 - £300

2040

2040 A pair of 19th century dark patinated and polished bronze mantel sticks, detachable nozzles, acanthus sconces, each shaped triform base with three swans, bun feet, 17.5cm high, c.1870 £100 - £150

2047 A pair of early 20th century oak open twist table candlesticks, brass urnular sconces scroll feet, 45.5cm high, c.1920 £50 - £70

2040A A pair of French bronze candlesticks, the pans decorated with classical profiles and motifs, fluted column shafts, with encircling ivy below, acanthus to base, supported on three lion feet, signed H.Picard to base, 28.4cm high, c.1880 £80 - £120

2041 A pair of 19th century dark patinated bronze tazza, boldly cast with foliage, ring loop handles, baluster stem, spreading circular foot, 15cm high, c.1880 £100 - £150

2048

2048 A pair of Empire mantel sticks, leafy ormolu scones, clear glass lustres suspended from flowerheads, eagle and snaked cast bronze columns, ormolu and ivory bases, marble square plinths, 28cm high, 19th century £150 - £250

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2049 2049 A pair of fine George III bronze mounted porphyry tripod mantel urns, pine cone finials, lofty domed covers applied with acanthus, hemi-ovoid bowls applied with rams’ head masks linked by swags, hoof feet, canted incurved bases, 44cm high, c.1800 £3,000 - £4,000

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2050 A pair of late 19th century French bronze table candlesticks, leafy sconces and nozzles, spreading hexagonal columns, triform bases, grotesque beast and hairy foot feet, 25cm high, c.1870 £150 - £200

2059 A post-Regency gilt and dark patinated bronze two branch two light mantel candelabrum, campana sconces, lotus drip pans, knop finial, the spreading column applied with a griffin, square base, 22.5cm high, c.1835 £40 - £60

2051 A pair of Limoges enamelled candlesticks, cylindrical knopped columns, domed bases, enamelled with oval portrait cartouches, and scrolls, wooden plinths, 22cm high, c.1860 £200 - £300

2060 A Regency dark patinated bronze tripod pastille burner, pine cone finial, pierced cover, the well supported on three female herms, circular base cast with a band of lotus, 21cm high, c.1820 £70 - £100

2061 A Regency rosewood and brass marquetry rectangular writing box, hinged cover inlaid with a broad band of leafy scrolls, enclosing an inset velvet lined writing surface, pen tray, nib compartment, well apertures and secret drawers enclosed by a spring loaded panel, 18cm high, 51cm wide, c.1830 £60 - £100

2062 A Rococo softwood cartouche shaped cresting, boldly carved with leafy scrolls centred by a shell, 46cm high, 32cm wide, 18th/19th century £70 - £100 2063 A rose quartz desk obelisk, Ashford marble socle, square marble base, 21cm high £60 - £80

2052

2052 A pair of oval Jasper cameo panels, as classical figures in profile, silver gilt open scrolling mounts, Birmingham 1900, 5cm high (2) £150 - £200

2064 A set of four early Victorian leather fire buckets, painted with the coronet and crest of Thomas Coke, 1st Earl of Leicester (1754-1842), strap handles, riveted borders, 28cm high, c.1840

2053 A pedestal urnular marble urn, everted rim, 17cm high, 28cm wide £200 - £300

Provenance: Longford Hall, Derbyshire, Arthur Manners’ sale 1968 Lot 232 Early Tudor Longford Hall was acquired by the Coke family from Norfolk in 1610 from the last of the Longford family and remained a secondary seat of the family until the early 20th century.The house was classicised in 1761 and returned to a more Elizabethan appearance in the 1880s. The Earldom, first created for Thomas Coke of Holkham, was revived for his distaff descendant in 1837. £150 - £250

2054 A Persian Islamic bronze calligrapher’s qalam case and well, 22cm long, 19th century; an Indo-Persian bronze flask or aquamanile, as a cow, swing handle, oval base, 19cm long, 19th century (2) £60 - £100

2055 A Persian Islamic bronze candlestick, substantial cylindrical sconce with centre girdle, shaped circular base, 27cm diam, 19th century or earlier £60 - £100

2065 A set of Victorian turned ivory draughts, red stained opposition, 3.75cm diam, mahogany case, c.1880 £50 - £70

2056 A post-Medieval lead weight, cast as a moustached gentleman, 7cm long £60 - £100

2066 A Sheraton Revival mahogany oval gallery tray, the field inlaid with a shell patera, brass scroll handles, 60cm wide, c.1890; another, elongated, 59cm wide, c.1890 (2)£60 - £80

2056A A set of five Asian silver finger ornaments; a 19th century brass seven-matrix seal, centred by a turquoise intaglio (6) £40 - £60

2067 A silver coloured metal mounted ivory two-handled pot, the hinged cover cast with stylised leaves, bud finial, twelve sided base engraved with anthemions, 10cm high £120 - £180

2057 A post-Medieval softwood carving, of the Crowned Virgin and child, 42cm high £80 - £120

2068 A small Victorian rosewood and parquetry rectangular travelling writing box, hinged cover inlaid with a vacant brass shield shaped reserve, enclosing an inset velvet writing surface, pen compartment and well, veneered with chequered borders, 25cm wide, c.1870 £40 - £60

2058 A post-Regency bronze circular inkwell, lotus cast cover enclosing a clear glass liner, three pen apertures, dished base, 18cm diam, c.1830 £40 - £60

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2069 A softwood wall bracket, boldly carved with Prince of Wales feathers, moulded serpentine plateau, traces of gesso and gilding, 59cm high, 58cm wide £60 - £100

2073 A Victorian brass triple photograph frame, the hinged covers set with with oval Ashford marble panels, inlaid with convolvulus, forget-me-not, and other flowers, pierced fir easel back, 29.5cm high, retailed by J. and G. Haywood, Derby, circa. 1850 £600 - £800

2070 A South European carving, of a saint, he stands, dressed in a long robe, 39cm high £80 - £120 2071 A substantial 19th century inkstand, the compressed ovoid wells with hinged fluted covers surmounted by leafy knop finials, divided by an arched carrying handle terminating in ferocious lion masks and monopodia, cast in relief throughout with flowers, flowers and leafy scrolls, acanthus scroll handles to sides, turned bun feet, 52cm wide, c.1880 £70 - £100

2074

2074 A Victorian cloisonne enamel mounted coromandel domed rectangular scribe’s box, hinged cover enclosing clear glass wells and lined in damson velvet, 11.5cm high, 22cm wide, retailed by Martin & Co, Cheltenham, c.1870 £100 - £150

2075 A Victorian Gothic Revival burr walnut dome top stationery casket, mounted with stylised cut cardwork brass axe heads and polished ‘’turquoise’’ circular cabochons, hinged cover, interior fitted with divided compartments, c.1875 £50 - £70

2072

2076 A Victorian Gothic Revival walnut veneer sliding book stand, pierced and riveted gilt brass cut cardwork mounts, with central vacant shield shaped cartouche, 33cm wide, 16cm high; another with pierced engraved floral gilt brass mounts; another, Gothic style in mahogany and gilt brass, c.1870 (3) £60 - £80

2072 A substantial French dark patinated bronze inkwell, cast as a fearsome eagle, standing with vanquished prey beneath his talons, ropetwist border, 21cm high, c.1880 £200 - £300

2077 A Victorian Jaques Staunton type boxwood and ebony chess set, the King 8.5cm high, marked Jaques, London, the Rooks with red crowns, in rectangular Carton Pierre box, designed by Joseph L Williams, pierced with a lozenge motif and a central roundel with bishop`s mitre and crozier, knight`s visor, king and queen`s crowns, on castle base, the angle crenellated bastions divided by Romanesque arches, the front and back with six medieval figures, the side panels with chess boards, purple velvet lined interior, 20.8cm x 15.5cm x 10.2cm, c.1880 £200 - £400 2078 A Victorian lacquered papier mache sloping rectangular stationery box, hinged cover enclosing an arrangement of paper lined divisions, decorated in gilt with scrolling leaves and diapers, 18cm wide, c.1880 £50 - £80

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2077 2079 A Victorian mahogany slope front stationery box, the pair of hinged doors closing with a key, brass shield shaped escutcheon, opening to reveal an arrangement of pigeon holes and compartments, above a single drawer with brass swan neck swing handle, offset brass shield shaped cartouche, engraved WSC, Nov 16th, 31cm wide, 27cm high, c.1890 £50 - £80

2085 A William IV desk thermometer, flowering leafy scroll cresting, silvered register flanked by a pair of columns with lotus socles, rectangular base, 22cm high, c.1835 £50 - £70

2080 A Victorian oak gentleman’s smoking room companion, shaped swan neck pediment above provision for six pipes and a brass panel pierced in the Aesthetic taste with stylised sunflower roundels, the projecting base with compartmented drawer,brass swan neck handle, 30cm wide, c.1880 £50 - £70

2081 A Victorian rosewood table top sheet music or book stand, the central glazed woolwork panel embroidered with a continental mountainous lakeside landscape, openwork scrolling foliate border, rotating brass page supports, hinged adjustable folding base, 45cm wide, 38cm high, c.1870 £60 - £80

2082 A Victorian silver mounted leather domed rectangular stationery box, hinged cover enclosing an arrangement of compartments, 23.5cm wide, the mounts, Birmingham, 1889 £70 - £100

2087

2087 An 18th century silver mounted coconut cup, the deep rim with shaped pendant border, the bowl carved in relief with a naive depiction of a monarch, a fanciful bird, flowers and leafy branches, 9cm diam, c.1775, turned lignum vitae base £150 - £250

2083 A Victorian Tunbridge Ware rosewood marquetry inlaid desk stand, the central turned ebonised handle flanked by a pair of brass mounted ink wells and pen apertures, plinth base containing a single drawer, the hinged compartment enclosing a tooled and gilt red Morocco writing surface, above an arrangement of compartments, 36cm wide, 15cm high, c.1880 £100 - £120

2088 An 18th/19th carved gilt and painted wall bracket, serpentine plateau with leafy edge, above a cherub mask flanked by scrolling acanthus, 30cm wide £50 - £70 2089 An 18th/early 19th century rook or crossbow, of small proportions, brass sights, iron mounts, wrought trigger guard,, 58.5cm long £100 - £150

2084 A Victorian walnut country house novelty wall hanging coat or hat rack, as a horseshoe, jockey cap cresting, dark patinated bronze ‘nails’, 49cm high, c.1880 £150 - £180 For more images please visit

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2090 An Anglo-Indian coromandel and ivory marquetry rectangular box, hinged cover, inlaid with scrolling flowering leafy stems, kite shaped escutcheon, 17cm wide £50 - £70

2091 An Anglo-Indian ebony rectangular box, profusely carved in shallow relief with flowerhead roundels and scrolling leafy stems, hinged cover, skirted base, 27cm wide, c.1900 £40 - £60

2101

2101 An Austrian cold painted bronze novelty pen tray, cast as a bird of pray perched on the edge of an oversized feather or quill, 32cm wide, model no.1083/6, marked Geschützt £100 - £150

2092 An Anglo-Indian ebony rectangular dressing box, the cover hinged in two parts, enclosing a folding mirror, lift-out tray, wells and compartments, carved overall in shallow relief with stylised leaves and flowerheads, 20cm wide, c.1900 £60 - £100

2102 An Austrian cold painted bronze, of a monkey, seated, raising aloft a goblet, 10cm high, marked Geschutzt, retailer’s name Richardson to foot, c.1900 £150 - £200

2093 An Anglo-Indian hardwood rectangular box, carved in relief with a temple and birds amongst scrolling foliage, 28cm wide, early 20th century £40 - £60

2103 An Austrian cold painted bronze, of a rat, 5cm long, marked Austria, Geschutzt, c.1900 £50 - £80

2094 An Anglo-Indian ivory page turner, the pommel carved with an elephant, lotus and scrolling vine socle, 28cm long, c.1880 £50 - £70

2104 An Austrian cold painted parrot, perched, wooden base, 18.5cm high £150 - £200

2095 An Art Nouveau miniature library, the oak case with gilt metal mount, enclosing ten tooled and gilt volumes of work by notable authors, plinth base, 41cm high, c.1905 £60 - £90

2105 An Austrian dark patinated bronze, of a bull, with head down ready to charge, 10cm long, c.1900 £60 - £90

2106 An early 19th century bone fork, probably Napoleonic prisoner of war, the long haft carved in relief with a stylised leafy branch, 27cm long £60 - £100

2096 An Arts and Crafts silver mounted pedestal coconut cup, the ovoid bowl carved with stylised anthemion and whiplash leaves, knopped stem, spreading circular foot, 18cm high, Birmingham 1903 £120 - £180

2107 An early 19th century bronze medallion award, A Reward For Good Behaviour, rosewood frame, 1827; another J Bolton Esq, Waterloo Estate, 1835; another, larger, bust of Walter Scott, inscribed Bardorvm Citharas Patrio Qvi Reddidit Istro, 11cm diam, rosewood frame (3) £60 - £100

2097 An Asian dark patinated sculptural fragment, the head of Buddha, mounted, 19cm high; others (9) £100 - £150

2108 An early 19th century Colonial hardwood and brass mounted campaign document box, hinged cover with oval cartouche inscribed Mr. R Cox junr., swan neck handles to sides, 41cm wide, c.1820

The inscription probably refers to Revd. Richardson Cox (1806-1884) vicar of Ticknall, Derbyshire, son of Roger Cox of Spondon Hall, also in Derbyshire, a member of an extensive and opulaent Derbyshire family associated with the lead trade. The box may have been made for Cox when he became a student. £70 - £100

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2098 An Austrian cold painted bronze group of two Budgerigar, oval onyx base with pen aperture, 32cm wide, early 20th century £200 - £300

2109 An early 19th century tortoiseshell rectangular work box, hinged cover enclosing a lift-out tray with a pin cushion and an arrangement of lidded compartments, 29cm wide, £100 - £150

2099 An Austrian cold painted bronze group of two pheasants, circular onyx ashtray base, 14cm wide, early 20th century £100 - £150

2110 An early 20th century bone and ivory page turner, the haft carved with a lady dancing and flowers within a shaped reserve, 37.5cm long £60 - £80

2100 An Austrian cold painted bronze model,of a spaniel, black coat markings, 9cm high £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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2111 An early 20th century car mascot, The Minx, cast as a naked female grasping a ball, hardwood base, 22cm high £120 - £180

2117 An early Victorian japanned papier mache rectangular necessaire, decorated in polychrome and gilt with summer flowers and scrolling leaves, enclosing a silver seal case, seals, folding knives, a Sampson Mordan pencil, scissors and sewing requisites, 15cm wide, the larger knife Joseph Wilmore, Birmingham 1839 £60 - £100

2112 An early 20th century ebony group of seven graduated elephants, the carved and pierced base inscribed Ceylon, 60cm wide £70 - £100

2118 An early Victorian mahogany letter rack, fitted with an arrangement of stationery compartments, skirted base, 19cm high, 25cm wide, c.1840 £60 - £100

2119 An early Victorian papier mache lady’s table cabinet, shaped rectangular top above five long drawers, inlaid with abalone shell with flowers picked out in gilt, shaped base, 20cm high, c.1845 £150 - £250

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2113 An early 20th century S Fox and Co Paragon parasol, 18ct gold mounts, embossed with scrolling foliage, mother-of-pearl and tiger eye T-bar handle, 85.5cm long £60 - £100

2120 An early Victorian papier mache shaped rectangular tray, of silver form, painted and gilt with flowers, scrolling leaves and wisteria, 62.5cm wide, c.1840; others (3) £50 - £70

2114 An early 20th century satinwood novelty money box, as a George III design miniature sideboard, moulded rectangular top above a central drawer with coin aperture, above and flanked by faux drawers and cupboards, skirted base, bracket feet, 16cm high, 25cm wide £80 - £120

2121 An early Victorian rosewood and mother of pearl marquetry rectangular lady’s table cabinet, hinged sarcophagus cover enclosing a necessaire tray, above a pair of rectangular doors enclosing three long drawers, bead and reel borders, bun feet, 29.5cm high, 30.5cm wide, c.1840 £100 - £150

2115 An early 20th century three draw telescope, by Troughton & Simms, London, extending to 76cm, leather case; a pair of 19th century field glasses, cased (2) £80 - £120

2122 An Edwardian mahogany and boxwood strung desk set, the tray with two-section letter rack, pen aperture and two wells, inlaid with batwing paterea, 30.5cm high, c.1910; a conforming shield shaped paper clip, with brass script M, paterea to angles, 12.5cm wide, c.1910 £70 - £100

2116 An early George III mahogany commode fronted knife box, hinged sloping cover with brass axehead handle, now fitted for stationery, the front inlaid with faux fluting outlined with barberpole stringing, shaped brass lockplate, bat shaped swan neck handles to sides, 34.5cm high, c.1760 £80 - £120

2123 An Edwardian mahogany inkstand, the spirally fluted brass handle flanked by a pair of clear glass ink bottles, with hinged faceted covers, the slightly oversailing top inlaid with a central oval batwing patera, plinth base with single drawer, turned ivory knop handles, outlined throughout with ebony and boxwood stringing, brass bun feet, 30cm wide, 17cm high, c.1905 £45 - £65 2124 An Edwardian mahogany table top book stand, shaped ends outlined with satinwood banding and boxwood and ebony stringing, 46cm wide, c.1905 £60 - £100

2125 An Edwardian silver mounted horse’s hoof table vesta, inscribed Crimson Rambler VI, striker to side, 11cm wide, London 1904 £200 - £300 2126 An Edwardian silver mounted ivory auctioneer’s gavel, turned head and haft, 13cm long, the ferrule Sheffield 1903 £150 - £180

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2127 An Indian brass and silver coloured metal canted rectangular charger, embossed and applied with archers and a young girl, seated amongst trees, within borders of flowerheads and fruiting leafy scrolls, 55.5cm wide, late 19th century £100 - £150

2141 Medical - a George III mahogany apothecary box, hinged cover enclosing provision for six chemists bottles, ivory kite shaped escutcheon, 15cm high, c.1820; another, hinged cover with flush brass military handle, drawer to base, 23cm high; a scalpel box; scalpels, tweezers, etc (3) £100 - £150

2128 An interesting late 19th century mahogany rounded rectangular dentist’s box,The Dental Manufacturing Co Ltd, London, Manchester, Dublin & Glasgow, the claret red baize lined preparation surface, with dentil moulded border, above one long drawer and four smaller compartmented drawers to verso, silvered knop handles, bun feet, 35cm wide, 11cm high, c.1890 £50 - £80

2142 Medical - a late 19th/early 20th century surgeon’s saw, by Down Brothers, London, 33.5cm long overall £40 - £60

2129 An Italian Sorrento ware and olivewood rectangular box, hinged cover inlaid with a young couple dancing to a violinist and flautist, the front as a row of book spines, 28cm wide, c.1880 £60 - £90 2130 An ivory Staunton pattern chess set, dark stained opposition, the king’s 7cm high £70 - £100

2131 An Orthodox icon, St. George Slaying the Dragon, 22cm x 18cm £80 - £120 2135 Equestrian - a pair of black leather riding boots, the trees by Tom Hill, London, 53cm high overall £50 - £80

2136 Fishing - a tan leather angler’s compendium, enclosing folding compartments with provision for floats, flies and hooks, the central section enclosing a boxwood spool with twin sliding compartments, stamped initials, 19cm wide, early 20th century £40 - £60

2137 Frans Khoza (South African 20th century), a hardstone carving, of a big cat, on a rock, ready to pounce, 18cm wide £50 - £80 2138 Geology - an amethyst geode, 13cm high, 15cm wide, 19cm deep £40 - £60

2143

2143 Miniature Furniture - a 19th century Colonial satinwood and ebony side cabinet, pierced leafy scroll cresting above a pair of rectangular doors, the projecting base with three frieze drawers and further doors, cast brass lion paw feet, 41cm high, c.1880 £200 - £300

2139 In the manner of Franz Bergmann, an Austrian cold painted bronze group of an Arab sword and knife seller, standing on a tasselled rug, 11.5cm wide, late 19th / early 20th century £200 - £300

2144 Miniature Furniture - a 19th century mahogany circular tripod centre table, moulded top inlaid in coloured woods with a stylised sunburst, outlined with a boxwood border, scroll base, turned underfinial, cabriole legs, 15.5cm high, 19cm diam £50 - £80

2140 Medical - a 19th century mahogany surgical instrument box, by L. Arnold, maker by appointment to St Bartholomew’s Hospital, hinged cover, inlaid with an oval cartouche, 19.5cm wide; a silver catheter, 13cm long, London 1942; another; etc £60 - £100

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2145 Miniature Furniture - a pair of 19th century mahogany chest of three graduated drawers, plinth base, turned wooden handles, 31cm high, 28cm wide, c.1860 £300 - £400

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2146 Miniature Furniture - a Regency gilt metal mounted mahogany and brass marquetry diminutive scroll-end sofa, the shaped back with swan neck cresting centred by a gadrooned rectangular tablet inlaid with leafy scrolls, stuffed over upholstery, buttoned cushions, the frame carved with stylised leafy stems, turned legs, 43cm high, 74cm wide, 19th century £200 - £300

2159 Tiffany Studios - an American Art Nouveau gilt metal desk clip, pierced with stylised leaves and branches, rounded rectangular base, 9.5cm long, model no. 971, marked Tiffany Studios, New York £70 - £100 2160 Treen - a 19th century novelty nutmeg grater, as an acorn, turned finials, 8cm long, c.1830 £80 - £120 2161 Treen - a 19th century turned lignum vitae pestle, of good colour, 30cm long £60 - £80

2147 Miniature Furniture - a Victorian mahogany pedestal breakfast table, circular tilting top, turned baluster column, incurved canted tri-form base, 20cm high, 25.5cm diam, c.1850 £60 - £100

2162 Treen - a George III Yorkshire knitting sheath, chip carved overall with leafy sprigs and inscribed Mary Long, Thirkelby, 1796, in ink within glazed panels, 16.5cm long, c.1796 £60 - £100

2148 Miniature Furniture - a Victorian mahogany rounded rectangular table, over sailing top above a deep drawer to end, brass drum handles, tapered square legs, 22cm high, 30.5cm long, c.1890 £50 - £70

2163 Treen - an 18th/early 19th century turned sycamore bowl, 15.5cm diam £40 - £60

2149 Miniature Furniture - a Victorian rosewood circular centre table, moulded top with draught turned centre, turned column, spreading circular base, bun feet, 11cm high, 17cm diam, c.1860 £50 - £70

2164 A George III mahogany table top wig stand, domed top, turned slender baluster column, turned circular base, 32cm high, c.1800 £60 - £100 2165 A Black Forest rectangular box, in the form of a thatched cottage, the roof and sides with scrolling foliage, 7cm high, 21cm wide £150 - £200

2150 Miniature Furniture - a William IV mahogany rounded rectangular pedestal breakfast table, panelled column, canted rectangular base, 18.5cm high, 25.5cm wide, c.1835 £50 - £70

2166 A George II mahogany rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover with brass swan neck handle, applied with cut-card work to angles, ogee bracket feet, 14cm high, 22.5cm wide, c.1755 £120 - £180

2151 Natural History - a finger coral specimen, 24cm x 12cm; a pearl nautilus shell; other large shells (5) £40 - £60 2152 Natural History - a pair of whale teeth, 12cm long £50 - £70

2167 A George II mahogany rectangular tea caddy, hinged moulded top with Rococo swan neck handle, skirted base, ogee bracket feet, 19cm high, 26cm wide, c.1755 £50 - £70

2153 Natural History - a shark’s jaw bone, with six rows of teeth, 28cm wide £40 - £60 2154 Natural History - a spiny (tetraodontidae), 22cm long; others (3)

2168 A George III crossbanded mahogany rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover with brass swan neck handle, inlaid to verso with an oval batwing patera, enclosing a pair of lidded compartments inlaid with starbursts, kite shaped escutcheon, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, 12.5cm high, 24cm wide, c.1800 £200 - £300

puffer fish £50 - £80

2155 Pharmaceutical Interest - a cylindrical blue glass pharmacy bottle, shaped rectangular cartouche, glass label, SYR:RHEI, conforming drop in stopper, 23cm high; others similar, SYR:MARRUB, SYR:LIMONIS; a clear glass cylindrical wet dry jar and cover, GLYC: ET AQ:ROSÆ, 25cm high; others, early 20th century (20) £80 - £120

2169 A George III crossbanded satinwood rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a lidded compartment flanked by a pair of tin canisters, inlaid with oval shell paterae, ivory kite shaped escutcheon, bun feet, 28cm wide, c.1800 £200 - £300

2156 Pharmaceutical Interest - a large green glass onion bottle, label for S. Ammoneiae, 28cm high £60 - £100

2170 A George III fiddle back mahogany rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a pair of lidded compartments, inlaid with a pair of oval shell paterae and outlined with lozenge banding and boxwood stringing, 14cm high, 18.5cm wide, bun feet, c.1800 £150 - £200

2157 Pharmacy Interest - a 19th century Bristol Blue glass chemist’s cylindrical wet drug jar, conforming drop in stopper, hand painted label, SYR:RHAMN, 21cm high ; others similar, SYR:TOLU , OXYM:SCILL ; others ; a Geo V Chemist’s Dictionary of Medical terms, published 1916 (8) £80 - £120 For more images please visit

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2176 A George III satinwood domed rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a pair of lidded compartments, inlaid with three oval shell paterae, 12cm high, 18.5cm wide, c.1790 £150 - £200

2171

2171 A George III kingwood crossbanded mahogany lozenge shaped tea caddy, hinged cover with turned ivory knop finial, inlaid with four oval batwing paterae, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, 12cm high, 16cm wide, c.1790 £200 - £300 2172 A George III kingwood crossbanded mahogany rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover inlaid with batwing paterae, to verso with a butterfly, enclosing a cut glass bowl flanked by a pair of oval topped canisters, the front inlaid with a six pointed star, brass axehead handle, outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, 27cm wide, c.1775 £150 - £250

2173 A George III mahogany canted rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover, crossbanded and outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, 120.5cm high, 18.5cm wide, c.1810; A George III rosewood crossbanded mahogany sarcophagus tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a bowl aperture and a pair of lidded compartments, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, ivory kite shaped escutcheon, brass lion paw feet, 31.5cm wide, c.1815 (2) £60 - £100

2177

2177 A George III satinwood rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing twin compartments, inlaid with a pair of navette shaped shell paterae and outlined with chequered banding and boxwood stringing, 12cm high, 18.5cm wide, c.1800 £150 - £200

2174 A George III mahogany rectangular tea caddy, hinged canted top inlaid with an oval shell patera, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, ivory kite shaped escutcheon, 12.5cm high, 18.5cm wide, c.1800 £40 - £60

2178 A George III satinwood rectangular tea caddy, the hinged cover inlaid with central oval shell patera, lozenge escutcheon, above a further shell patera, outlined throughout with ebony stringing, 12cm high, 14cm wide, c.1800 £50 - £80

2175 A George III satinwood crossbanded mahogany rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover with Sheffield plate navette shaped handle, enclosing a pair of rectangular canisters, ivory escutcheon, outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, 14cm high, 19cm wide, c.1810 £150 - £250

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2179 A George III walnut canted rectangular tea caddy, kite escutcheon, boxwood stringing, 12.2cm high, circa. 1800 £80 - £120

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2180 A post-Regency coromandel sarcophagus tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing gilt glass bowl flanked by a pair of rectangular canisters, loose ring handles to sides, 36cm wide, c.1850 £50 - £70

2190 A polychrome painted softwood carving, possibly from a ships figurehead, of the head of a curly haired man, 18th/19th century £80 - £120 2191 A George III mahogany cube tea caddy, hinged cover with circular batwing patera centred by a brass axehead handle, cross banded and outlined with chequered and boxwood stringing, kite shaped escutcheon, 11cm high, wide and deep, c.1800 £100 - £150

2181 A post-Regency rosewood gilt metal mounted bowed canted rectangular tea caddy, hinged sarcophagus cover enclosing a pair of lidded compartments, ring handles to sides, ivory kite shaped escutcheon, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, lion paw feet, 16cm high, 22cm wide, c.1830 £150 - £250

2192 Nazism - a novelty letter knife, as Kreigsmarine dagger, 21cm long £50 - £70

2182 A Regency rosewood rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a pair of lidded compartments, outlined throughout with brass stringing, shaped escutcheon, brass ball feet, 14.5cm high, 20.5cm wide, c.1825 £80 - £120

2193 A 19th century Victorian walnut writing box, brass mounts, c.1870 £30 - £50

2195 A pair of 19th century heavy bronze and cast iron hearth cannons, 34cm long £200 - £300

2183 A small 19th century mahogany domed rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover inlaid, with brass stringing, shield shaped escutcheon, ball feet, 13cm high, 13cm wide £60 - £80

2196 A pair of 19th century brass tripod adjustable twolight candelabra, knop finials, bell shaped sconces, broad circular drip pans, twisted columns, cabriole legs, paw feet, 39cm high £60 - £100

2184 A substantial post-Regency flame mahogany concave sarcophagus tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing bowl aperture and a pair of rectangular canisters, skirted base, bun feet, 22cm high, 37cm wide, c.1840 £100 - £150

2197 A set of three 19th century graduated copper pans, steel handles, 30cm - 23cm diam; a similar skillet (4) £60 - £100

2185 A William IV sarcophagus rosewood tea caddy, two lidded compartments with central mixing bowl, bun feet, 15cm high, 30cm wide, c.1860 £60 - £100

2198 An 19th century pewter charger, 35.5cm diam; a graduating set of three cylindrical mugs, Litre, Demilitre, Double Declitre, 17cm high - 10cm high; etc (7) £60 - £100

2186 An Anglo-Indian hardwood and brass marquetry and mounted rectangular box/tea caddy, hinged canted cover, inlaid overall with flowerheads, scrolling leafy stems and lozenges outlined with stringing, kite shaped escutcheon, skirted base, shaped apron, bracket feet, 16cm high, 18.5cm wide, 19th century £60 - £100 2187 An early 19th century yew domed rectangular tea caddy, boxwood and ebony strung, lozenge escutcheon, the interior with two lidded compartments, 21cm wide, c.1820 £60 - £100

2188 An early Victorian papier mache concave rectangular tea caddy, by Jennens & Bettridge, stamped, hinged domed cover enclosing a pair of lidded compartments, decorated overall in gilt with strapwork and inlaid with abalone shell, bracket feet, 15cm high, 25cm wide, c.1845 £100 - £150 2189 An early Victorian rosewood and mother of pearl marquetry sarcophagus tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a pair of lidded compartments, inlaid throughout with leafy sprigs, gadrooned borders, loose ring handles to sides, bun feet, 16cm high, 24cm wide, c.1840 £100 - £150

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2199 An Arts and Crafts beaten brass wall sconce, the arched back embossed with a bat and domed roundel, dished base with two candle sconces, 44.5cm high, c.1900 £60 - £100 221

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2200 An early George III bronze tripod skillet, 37cm to tip of handle, dated 1764 £40 - £60

2201 A pair of Art Nouveau brass and copper spreading cylindrical vases, embossed with stylised flowerheads and leafy tendrils, 33.5cm high, c.1900 £60 - £100

2202 A W.M.F. type Art Nouveau table centre and stand, of boat form, in relief with scrolls and foliage, mirrored shaped oval stand conforming, 42cm wide, stamped with V.S and a galleon, c.1900 £60 - £100

2203 Albert Marionette (1852 - 1910), an Art Nouveau bronze shaped oval tray or vide poche, cast in relief with fruiting leafy branches, signed in the maquette, 24cm over handles £60 - £100

2204 An Art Nouveau novelty pewter jug, in the form of a hungry chick emerging from an egg, 17cm high, signed, J.Garnier £80 - £120

2205 Art Deco, stylised gilded bronze, Atlas, crouched, 17cm high, black marble rectangular base £100 - £150 2206 Keswick School of Industrial Arts - an Arts and Crafts circular copper dish, embossed with a swirl of stylised fish, stamped KSIA, 17cm diam, early 20th century£50 - £70

2212

2212 A large Chinese patinated bronze floor standing three-light, three branch lamp, the hemi-ovoid sconces, and bulbous knopped column cast in relief with birds, scrolls and lotus, 192cm high, early 20th century (fitted for electricity) £300 - £500

2213 A pair of 19th century bronze two-light wall lights,cast as cherubs, scantily clad, holding aloft leafy branches, gilt cloud brackets, 53cm high £200 - £300

2207

2207 Liberty & Co - a Tudric pewter Art Nouveau four piece tea service, designed by Archibald Knox, comprising teapot, water pot, milk jug and sugar basin, each in relief with stylised organic forms and knotted sinuous stems, wicker wrapped handles, stamped Rd. 420290, English Pewter 0231, c.1910 £250 - £350

2214 A pair of 19th century dark patinated and gilt bronze three-light tripod candelabra, flame finials, fluted sconces, lion paw feet, incurved canted bases with lotus borders, 55cm high, c.1850 £1,500 - £2,000

2215 A pair of 19th century French brown patinated bronze three-light, three-branch candelabra, compressed urnular finials, bell shaped sconces, broad circular drip pans, leafy scroll frames and bases, 29.5cm high, c.1890 £60 - £100

2210 A 19th century silver plated Corinthian column oil lamp, globular reservoir, fluted cranberry shade, stepped square base, approx 71cm high, c.1880 £200 - £300

2216 A pair of Regency dark patinated bronze mantel lustres, each with urnular sconce above a row of clear glass droppers, the columns cast with entwined dolphins, square bases, 22cm high, c.1830 £100 - £150

2211 A Chinese baluster lamp, applied with oriental children, decorated with butterflies, peonies and floral sprigs, 41cm high £150 - £200

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2224 Taxidermy - a pike, mounted along the river bed, amongst reeds and grasses, 61cm wide £80 - £120

2225 Natural History - a pillar coral, mounted, 26cm high; others, various (3) £100 - £150

2217

2226 Natural History - a meteorite, 9cm x 7cm, mounted, wooden stand £100 - £150

2217 A pair of Regency dark patinated bronze figural twolight candelabra, each cast as a satyr seated beneath branches, a bird held high in his palm, acanthus cast urnular sconces, circular drip pans, anthemion to friezes, lion paw feet, 23cm high, 19th century £200 - £300

2227 Natural History -a fossilized dinosaur’s egg, 17cm diam £60 - £100

Textiles

2218 A Victorian brass Corinthian column oil lamp, the globular reservoir painted with flowers, 53cm high; associated shade £60 - £100

2240 A 19th century pierced mother of pearl and lace fan, the sticks carved and pierced, applied with marcasite, 65cm wide, boxed £80 - £100

Taxidermy

2220 Taxidermy - an Edwardian stag’ s head, twelve points, oak shield shaped mount, with plaque, Kapiti Plains, B.E.A. , April 1908, 130cm high £120 - £150

2241 A 19th century rectangular woolwork picture, Juno, worked in colours with a hound pursuing a game bird, 41cm x 54cm, c.1850 £50 - £70

2222 Taxidermy - a stag’s head with antlers, oak shield shaped mount, the antlers, 45cm long £50 - £70

2243 A 19th century woolwork picture, worked in colours with a young child beside a faithful hound and puppy, 36.5cm x 41cm, c.1850; a 19th century wool and beadwork picture, worked in colours with a soldier and his lass beside a ruin, leafy scroll border, 35cm x 50cm; another (3) £60 - £100

2242 A 19th century woolwork picture, the Sportsman with Hounds, worked in coloured threads, 25cm x 41cm £50 - £80

2221 Taxidermy - an arrangement of British birds and mammals, including kingfisher, plover, starling, weasels and stoats, 54cm x 76cm, mahogany case £60 - £100

2223 Taxidermy - a Roach, caught in the River Dove, Tutbury, by G Chandler of Burton, weight 2lb, bowed case, 45cm wide, 29cm high £60 - £100

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2244 A George III needlework sampler, embroidered by Patience Browne, age 11, Clipstone 1799, worked in coloured wools with a crown, stylised trees and animals, alphabet and verse, 30cm x 25cm £60 - £80

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2256 Vintage Textiles - a 19th century Suzani from Uzbekistan (?), embroidered with coloured silks, pomegranate design, in two pieces (2) £60 - £100

2245 A George III rectangular needlework sampler, by Charlotte Millar, March 28th 1798, worked in coloured threads with verse, animals, flowers and trees, within a meandering border of of continuous flowering stem, 32cm x 32.5cm, c.1798 £60 - £100

2257 Vintage Textiles - a 19th century Suzani, from the Bokhara region, embroidered with coloured silks on a three panel linen ground, 132cm x 160cm, £60 - £100

2246 A George III silk picture, worked in coloured threads with Rebecca at the Well, 44cm x 41cm, c.1800; others (3) £60 - £100

Bijouterie

2247 A George III silkwork map, of England and Wales, worked in coloured threads with Britannia, counties and the surrounding seas, oval, 50cm x 40cm, c.1800 £200 - £300

2260 A 19th century cowrie shell snuff box, the plated mount engraved with scrolling leaves, 5.5cm wide, c.1880 £40 - £60

2248 A North European tapestry, worked in colours with workers returning from the fields, circular, 46cm diam, late 19th century, framed £60 - £100

2261 A 19th century mahogany and pinwork novelty snuff box, as a coffin, the cover inscribed 1891 Snuf (sic) it 7cm long; another, as a shoe, 8cm long; a treen novelty thimble case, as an egg and cup (3) £60 - £100

2249 A pair of large Aubusson type tapestry wall hangings, worked in the 17th century taste, with figures in idyllic landscape, 228cm x 187cm, mahogany frames, the frames c.1890 Provenance: From Thornbury Castle near Bristol £300 - £500

2262 A 19th century mahogany snuff and tobacco box, hinged cover stamped RN (Royal Navy) Will Hughes, HMS Prosperine, enclosing two compartments, 15cm wide £40 - £60

2250 A Regency sampler, embroidered with Adam and Eve around the Tree of Life, circa. 1800, 23cm x 34cm £50 - £80

2251 A Victorian memorial sampler, for Issac Ottewell, Aged 62 Years 1877 and of William, his son, who was accidentally killed at Doe Hill Station in the year of our Lord 1878 Aged 13 Years, meandering flowering stem border, 81cm x 64cm £60 - £100

2263 A 19th century papier mache circular snuff box, the screw on cover applied with a goat milking scene, reading La Chevre Nourrice, 8.5cm diam; another, similar, the screw on cover applied with a Moorish beauty, 8cm diam, c.1800 (2) £60 - £100

2252 A Victorian woolwork picture, Sheltering from the Storm, worked in coloured threads, painted silk background, 34cm x 26cm £60 - £80

2264 A 19th century papier mâché rectangular snuff box, the hinged cover set with a portrait miniature, of a gentleman, half length, watercolour on ivory, the box 10cm wide, c.1850 £40 - £60

2253 A William IV sampler, embroidered with religious verse, by Elizabeth Morris, August 1836, 44cm x 39cm £100 - £150

2265 A George III brass novelty heart shaped snuff box, the cover engraved with a rider taking a fall, titled Hunting and inscribed F Kemp, Hull, 8.5cm wide, c.1820 £70 - £100

2254 An 18th century silk panel, of a child angel holding an orb, embroidered in silver thread, 18cm x 15cm, c.1750 £50 - £80

2266 A George III gold coloured metal mounted tortoiseshell oval table snuff box, hinged cover centred by a vacant reserve, 9cm wide, c.1810 £100 - £150

2255 An early Victorian rectangular needlework sampler, by Jane Maxby Aged 12, 1847, worked in coloured wools with a house, flowers, deer, insects, alphabet and verse crested by cherubs supporting a crown, within a meandering flowering stem border, 54.5cm x 51cm, c.1847 £100 - £150

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2278 A 19th century enamel oval plaque, painted encamieu with Emperor Tiberius, on a rose ground, oval, 3.5cm x 3cm, ebonised frame £50 - £80

2279 A 19th century fob seal, the stone matrix carved intaglio with the head of a Classical man, in profile, 2cm high; others, various (15) £150 - £200 2280 A 19th century miniature faceted cranberry glass scent bottle, silver hinged cover, 4.5cm high, cased £80 - £120 2281 A 19th century rectangular tortoiseshell and brass cushion photograph frame, inlaid to angles with stylised flowers and foliage, 16cm high, c.1860 £70 - £100

2267

2267 A George IV oak waisted circular snuff box, manufactured by J Parker, turner to His Majesty, from the oak of Windsor Castle, the push-on cover with printed verse In me behold an emblem of mortality. After a reign in my native Woods of nearly 200 years I was cut down to become the main prop of the PALACE of KINGS, but like them time’s withering hand came upon me, for after a faithful service of upwards of 500 years in WINDSOR CASTLE I also was removed in the reign of GEORGE IV to make room for the more young & powerful of my kind. You hold now in your hands part of my remains in the shape of a BOX to contain a luxury not known when I was young, & such was the initiated fate of nearly all of my OLD COMPANIONS 1825, 9cm diam, c.1825 £50 - £70

2282 A 19th century silver coloured metal mounted clear glass two section folding ‘binocular’ scent bottle, 12.5cm long, unmarked, c.1880 £150 - £200

2283 A 19th century tooled and gilt leather book shaped necessaire, push-fitting cover enclosing an arrangement of sewing requisites, 9cm high £70 - £90

2284 A 19th century treen and ivory egg shaped miniature thimble case, 2.5cm long; silver thimbles, various (6) £50 - £70

2285 A 9ct gold rectangular vesta case, engraved J.W.V.I from A.M.I, 7-10-07, 47mm x 34mm, Birmingham 1906, 16.8 g gross £150 - £200

2268 A Victorian papier mache box, the hinged cover applied with a depiction of Rob Roy, 9cm x 4cm, circa. 1860 £60 - £100

2286 A Bohemian gilt metal and porcelain mounted red flash banded panelled slender baluster scent bottle, applied with flowers and leaves, 19cm high £50 - £80

2269 An 18th century French gilt metal oval snuff box, chased overall with musical trophies and Classical regalia and architecture, 9cm wide, c.1780 £100 - £150

2287 A Chinese ivory cricket cage, barrel shaped, pierced, screw top, 6.5cm high; a carved slinky type animal (2) £60 - £100

2270 An 18th century silvered shell shaped snuff box, hinged cover chased with a pair of lovebirds, the base wrigglework engraved with a hand grasping a leafy branch, 6.5cm wide, c.1740 £70 - £100

2288 A European ivory stained red and natural chess set, the king 7cm high £60 - £100

2289 A French Limoges type enamel waisted circular table snuff box, decorated in shaded tones with scrolling acanthus, hinged cover, gilt metal mounts, 6.5cm diam, c.1870 £60 - £100

2271 An early 19th century silvered rectangular snuff box, alluding to the Napoleonic Wars, hinged cover cast with a British soldier stopping a Bonapartesque Frenchman on a woodland path, 7.5cm wide, c.1820 £50 - £70

2290 A George III gold and ivory pocket toothpick, screw-fitting cover, 7cm long, c.1800; George III ivory and gold pinwork rectangular toothpick case, hinged cover, 6cm wide, c.1800 (2) £80 - £120

2272 An ivory circular snuff box, the push-fitting cover with a panel painted with playful putti,gold coloured metal bezel, 5cm diam £70 - £100

2273 Dutch East India Company - an 18th century brass canted rectangular tobacco box, the cover inscribed VOC (Vereenigde Oostindische Compagnie)’, centre girdle, 17.5cm wide, c.1750 £80 - £120 For more images please visit

2291 A George III ivory rounded rectangular toothpick case, hinged cover mounted with braided hair, rose gold mount, 6cm wide, c.1800 £60 - £80

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2292 A George III ivory rounded rectangular toothpick case, hinged cover set with a circular aperture enclosing a watercolour miniature, of an eye, gold coloured metal mounts, 6cm wide, c.1810 £60 - £90

2300 A pair of Victorian tortoiseshell folding lorgnettes, 7cm high; a Victorian novelty Tunbridge bobbin turner, 4cm high, c.1860; a Cantonese ivory bodkin case, carved in relief, 8.5cm long; etc £50 - £70

2293 A George III ivory rounded rectangular toothpick case, hinged cover set with a domed blood agate panel, rose gold bezel, 6.5cm wide, c.1800 £60 - £80

2301 A pair of Viennese enamel rectangular plaques, painted in polychrome with courting couples in Classical settings and attire, 6cm x 9cm, gilt metal frames, 19th century £120 - £180

2294 A George III ivory rounded rectangular toothpick case, hinged cover set with plaited hair, rose gold bezel, 9cm wide, c.1800 £60 - £80

2302 A shield shaped enamel patch pot and cover, hand painted with a ship in a tranquil harbour, fishermen mending their nets on the shore, 5.5cm wide, early 19th century £60 - £100

2295 A George III tortoiseshell and pique rounded rectangular toothpick case, hinged cover, 6.5cm wide, c.1810 £60 - £80

2303 A Victorian mother-of-pearl and abalone rectangular visiting card case, 10.5cm; another, c.1860 (2) £60 - £80

2296 A George V 15ct gold vesta case, monogrammed initials Bbc, 5cm long, 34.8g; a conforming gold coloured metal cigarette case (2) £300 - £400

2304 A Victorian mother-of-pearl rectangular visiting card case, hinged cover, 10.5cm; another veneered with motherof-pearl and abalone diapers, 10.5cm, c.1860 (2) £60 - £80

2305 A Victorian mother-of-pearl veneered rectangular visiting card case, hinged cover, 10.5cm high; another with mother-of-pearl and abalone diapers; a similar smaller, 9cm high, c.1860 (3) £80 - £120

2306 An 18th century Birmingham enamel gilt metal mounted rectangular box, the cover rustic building with in shaped pink line and dot reserve, mustard ground with white spots, the sides with floral panels conforming, 6.5cm wide, c.1770 £120 - £180 2307 An early 19th century mother-of-pearl rectangular visiting card case, each diaper engraved with flowering foliage, hinged cover, 10.5cm, c.1840 £50 - £60

2308 An early 19th century mother-of-pearl rectangular visiting card case, the central rectangular cartouche engraved with flowering stems, within a border of similar wild flowers, hinged cover, 10.5cm, c.1840 £50 - £60

2297

2297 A mid-20th century 9ct yellow gold match book case, engine turned exterior, spring clip clasp, inscribed to interior H.G. Tickle Esq from Sir John Caulcutt 1936, William Neale, Birmingham 1936,62mm x 44mm, 41g gross £300 - £350

2309 An early 20th century Continental enamel miniature boudoir timepiece, 2cm circular dial inscribed with Roman numerals, keyless movement, the cartouche shaped case decorated with a courting couple, on a red engine turned ground, within a border of scrolls, 8.5cm high, c.1920 £120 - £180

2298 A Napoleonic Prisoner of War bone miniature coffee set, including coffee pot, cups and saucers; a similar miniature spinning top, binoculars, etc, circa. 1810 £60 - £100

2310 An Edward VII 15ct gold cylindrical sovereign case, plain polished exterior, sprung platform, button release, Deakin and Francis,Birmingham 1907, 30mm diam, 20.4g gross £120 - £180

2299 A pair of George III South Staffordshire enamel silver shape salts, each painted with landscapes within shaped reserves, gilt with scrolls on a pink ground, the interiors with scattered sprigs, shaped pad feet, 7cm diam, c.1770 £120 - £180 For more images please visit

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2311 An Indian white metal and enamel miniature model of a peacock, with tail feathers down, perched upon a naturalistically modelled branch, spreading circular base, 12cm high £40 - £60

2322 Continental School (19th century), a portrait miniature, after Duret,The Scholar, oval, watercolour on ivory, 9cm x 7.5cm, gilt rectangular frame £60 - £100

2323 Continental School (19th century), a portrait miniature, Louis XVI, oval, watercolour on ivory, 9.5cm x 7cm, gilt ribbon tied oval frame £100 - £150 2324 Continental School (19th century), a portrait miniature, Sir Francis Bacon, rectangular, oil on card, 8cm x 7cm oval frame; W Jenkins, a portrait, Rubens, rectangular, oil, 13.5cm x 10.5cm, rectangular frame; other, Shakespeare, oval, 5cm x 4cm; After Gainsborough, The Blue Boy, 8cm x 6.5cm, gilt frame (4) £150 - £200

2325 English School (19th century), a portrait miniature, of a gentleman wearing a blue coat, yellow waistcoat and white stock, half length, watercolour on ivory, 7cm x 6cm, ebonised frame £100 - £150 2326 English School, (1920) a portrait miniature, a gentleman, looking to dexter, holding a sword, rectangular, watercolour on ivory, 6.5cm x 4.5cm, gilt rectangular frame £60 - £100

2312

2312 An Italian Grand Tour rectangular micro mosaic panel, worked in coloured tesserae with a recumbent spaniel, 3.5cm x 5cm, c.1840, mounted in gold coloured metal as a brooch, the border engraved with scrolling foliage £200 - £300

2327 English School, (1936) a portrait miniature, Flora Mary Gordon, looking to dexter, signed, N.M.E., 1936, rectangular, watercolour on ivory, 7.5cm x 5.5cm, rectangular frame £80 - £120

2313 An ivory shaped rectangular necessaire, hinged cover, fitted, closing with a button knop, monogrammed, 11cm wide, c.1860 £80 - £120

2328 English School, a portrait miniature, George Bellamy, Esq, Born 1674, Died 1738, buried in North Cloister, Westminster Abbey, oval, watercolour on paper, 16.5cm x 13cm, gilt oval frame £60 - £100

2314 An unusual late 19th century gilt metal and hardstone novelty box, the hinged cover surmounted by a newborn chick and another hatching from the egg, beaded border,the side with a band of laurel, 6.5cm wide, c.1900 £50 - £70

2315 A 9ct gold thimble, engraved with scrolling foliage, 2.5cm long, c.1900 £50 - £80

Miniatures

2320 After Matthew Prior (19th century) a portrait miniature, William Kent, wearing a Hogarth hat, oval, watercolour on ivory, 8cm x 7cm, rectangular gilt frame £60 - £100

2321 C H Jackson, a portrait miniature, Field Marshal Archibald Percival Wavell, 1st Earl Wavell, rectangular, watercolour on ivory, 10.5cm x 8cm, rectangular frame £80 - £120

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2329 English School, early 19th century, a portrait miniature, half length, James Lancy, born 26/3/1803, he poses holding his cane, oval, on ivory, 8.5cm x 6.5cm £400 - £600 228

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2330, 2322, 2334, 2323, 2326, 2327, 2328 & 2321

2330 French School (19th century), a portrait miniature, Napoleon, oval, watercolour on ivory, 7cm x 5.5cm, oval frame £70 - £100

2336 English School (early 19th century) a silhouette, Portrait of a Gentleman, seated, in profile, wearing a plantation type hat, oval, watercolour, 21cm x 17cm £40 - £60

2331 French School (early 20th century), a pair of portrait miniatures, of ladies in historical dress, oval, 8.5cm x 6.5cm, ‘jewelled’ gilt metal frames £80 - £120

Blue John, Ashford and European Ivories

2332 French School (early 20th century), a portrait miniature, of a young lady, bust length, wearing a lace trimmed coral dress and a sash of colourful flowers, indistinctly signed Ilzea?, oval, watercolour on ivory, 4.5cm x 3.5cm, gilt metal Rococo easel frame £80 - £120

2340 A pair of Derbyshire Blue John compressed urnular scent bottles, gilt metal pine cone stoppers, 6cm high £200 - £300

2333 French School (early 20th century), a set of nine portrait miniatures, Napoleon Bonaparte, his family and descendants, oval, 8cm x 6.5cm, framed as one, the frame engraved with swags, 42cm x 33cm; another, similar (2) £150 - £200

2341 A large 19th century Derbyshire Ashford marble obelisk desk thermometer, ivory scale, inlaid with a border of malachite and leafy white flowers, stepped square base, 54cm high, c.1860 £300 - £350

2342 A Derbyshire Blue John goblet, bucket shaped bowl, turned stem, domed circular base with Cliff Blue piece, 15.5cm high £800 - £1,200

2334 Indian School (early 20th century), a portrait miniature, Mumtaz Mahal, oval, watercolour on ivory, 5cm x 4.5cm, gilt oval frame; another, Taj Mahal, 4.5cm x 6.5cm (2) £100 - £150

2343 A Derbyshire Blue John egg shaped paperweight, 9cm long £200 - £300

2335 N Gardelli, late 19th century, Apollo’s Dance with The Furies, signed, miniature on ivory, 6.5cm x 13cm £150 - £250

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2345 A Derbyshire Blue John circular bowl, 7cm diam £200 - £300

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2346 A 19th century Derbyshire Ashford marble obelisk desk thermometer, ivorine scale, inlaid with a lily, stepped base, 29cm high, c.1870 £80 - £120

2363 Berisford Solera 1914 Sherry, Rare amoroso cream, drawn from our splendid Solera established 1914, Bottle No.15365, 18% / 70cl, sealed, level above base of neck £60 - £100 2364 Bowmore Islay Single Malt Whisky, 10 year old, 75cl. 40% vol., 1890-1990 Forth Bridge Centennial, 4th March 1990, black ceramic flask, labels and seal good, level not visible, boxed with certificate; Grant’s 21 year old Castle Grant blended Scotch Whisky, in ceramic Royal Doulton decanter, 750ml. 40% vol., labels and seal good, level not visible, original presentation case and cellophane cover, (2) £100 - £120 2365 Cardhu, 12 year old, 75cl / 40%, Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, boxed £50 - £70 2366 Chateau Malescot St Exupery Margaux, Grand Cru Classe, 1986, No.26510, 750ml, sealed, level just above base of neck; another, Imperial Gran Reserva Rioja 1976, 13% / 75cl, level just above base of neck; others (8) £60 - £100

2347

2347 A pair of 19th century Derbyshire Ashford marble candlesticks, campana sconces, broad circular bases inlaid with lilies, 12cm high, c.1860 £150 - £200

2367 Cognac Louis XIII Remy Martin Grande Champagne Cognac Carafe No 3311, Baccarat Crystal Carafe, in presentation box, with sleeve £550 - £750

2350 A 19th century ivory brooch panel, probably German, pierced and carved with a herd of deer, 4.5cm x 6cm, c.1880; others (5) £70 - £100

2368 Dow Vintage Port, 1963, shipped and bottled by Hedges & Butler Ltd; another (2) £60 - £100

2369 Glamis Castle 90 Limited Edition, a Royal Brierley Full Lead Crystal Decanter, 75cl. of a Specially Blended 25 year old Scotch Whisky commissioned by Glamis Castle to Commemorate the 90th Birthday of Her Majesty The Queen Mother, Decanter No. 0754, Speyside Distillery Company, boxed with certificate, cardboard sleeve; Glen Ord Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 12 year old, 70cl. 40% vol., labels, seal and level good, two glasses, presentation pack, slight wear, (2) £80 - £120

2351 A 19th century Dieppe ivory, The Lion of Luzern, as a dying lion resting upon a Swiss shield with an arrow protruding from his back, 6.4cm long, 3.0cm high £100 - £150 2352 A Derbyshire Blue John egg shaped paperweight, 6cm long, 19th century £70 - £100

Wine

2370 Glenfiddich Pure Malt Scotch Whisky, 21 year old, in Wedgwood Decanter, 750ml. 43% vol., labels and seal good, level not visible, boxed with certificate, (1) £100 - £150

2360 A bottle of Cavendish Vintage 1949, Vin de Liqueur, South Africa, 73cl; another, Warre’s Port 1974 (2) £40 - £60

2371 Glenfiddich Scotch Whisky, Mary Queen of Scots ceramic crock, 750ml. 40% vol.; Glenfiddich, Scotch Whisky, Charles Edward Stuart ceramic crock, 750ml., 40% vol.; Glenfiddich Scotch Whisky, Robert the Bruce ceramic crock, 750ml., 40% vol., all labels and seals good, boxed, (3) £80 - £120

2361 Armagnac Papolle 1950, Reserve Speciale, Appelation Armagnac Controlee, 700ml Alc. 40% by Vol. capsules and labels good levels high shoulder, all boxed twelve bottles. £1,200 - £1,800 2362 Benromach Glenlivet 17 year old Special Centenary Bottling 1898-1998, 70cl. 43%vol., labels and seal good, level mid to lower neck, boxed; Glenmorangie Millennium Malt 12 year old Single Highland Malt Whisky, 70cl. 40% vol., labels and seal good, level lower to mid-neck, boxed, (2) £120 - £140

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2372 Glenmorangie 10 year old Single Malt Whisky, Dornoch Firth Bridge Commemorative Bottling 27th August 1991, 70cl., 40%vol., labels and seal good, level high neck, decorative tin; another Glenmorangie 10 year old Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, 70cl. 40%vol., labels and seal good, level mid-neck, decorative tin, (2) £70 - £100

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2383 MacPhail’s Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, Coronation Anniversary, 70cl., 40% vol., stoneware bottle, red capsule, tartan lined wooden box with certificate, 40th Royal Coronation Anniversary, 2nd June 1953-1993, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth 11, Bottle No. 43, labels and seal good, level not visible, box and cardboard sleeve, (1) £80 - £120

2373 Glenmorangie Claret Finish, 70cl / 43%, Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky, cased £200 - £300

2374 Glenmorangie Single Highland 18 year old Malt Scotch Whisky, 75cl. 43% vol., labels and seal good, level midneck, boxed; another Glenmorangie Millennium Malt 12 year old Single Highland Malt Whisky, 70cl. 40% vol., labels and seal good, level lower to mid-neck, boxed, (2) £80 - £120

2384 MacPhail’s Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Gold 106 10 year old, 75cl. 60.5% vol., Edinburgh Crystal Glass Decanter, labels good, cork stained but seal appears intact, level below shoulder, red lined box with cardboard cover, (1) £60 - £80

2375 Glenturret Distillery, Signatory Vintage 1978, 70cl / 51.5%. Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, boxed £200 - £300

2385 Niepoort & Co Ltd, Niepoort’s Port, 1952, bottled 1955, decanted 1974, sealed, no.663333, level just above base of neck £60 - £100

2376 Gordon & MacPhail Connoisseur’s Choice Scotch Highland Malt Whisky, 17 year old from the Imperial Distillery. Distilled 1970, 40% vol. 70cl., labels and seal good, level low neck, boxed, (1) £80 - £120

2386 Tamnavulin Glenlivet, The Stillman’s Dram, 1970, 750ml / 40% single malt Scotch Whisky, cased £60 - £100

2377 Gordon & MacPhail Oak Brandy Cask Matured Single Speyside Scotch Whisky, Distilled 1963 (6-6-63), Bottled 19-5-93 Cask No. 3241, 70cl. 40% vol., labels and seal good, level lower neck, boxed (1) £80 - £100

2387 The Macnab, Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Isle of Mull, aged 15 years, 75cl., 43% vol., labels and seal good, level high shoulder, box absent; Glengoyne Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, 10 year old, ‘The unpeated malt’, Dumgoyne, 70cl., 40%, vol. Lang Brothers limited, labels and seal good, level low neck, boxed; .Glenmorangie Madeira Finish, single Highland Malt Whisky, 70cl. 43%. vol., slight damage to neck label, seal good, level lower neck, box absent, (3) £60 - £100

2378 Gordon & MacPhail Oak Brandy Cask Matured Single Speyside Scotch Whisky, Distilled 1970 (7-12-70), Bottled 19-5-93 Cask No. 7293, 70cl. 40% vol., labels and seal good, level mid to lower neck, boxed (1) £80 - £100 2379 Gordon & MacPhail Scotland’s Whiskies Volumes 1,2,4 and 5 book shaped boxes each containing eight 5cl. Miniature bottles of various whiskies including Connoisseurs Choice, Strathisla etc, labels and seals good, levels mostly low to high shoulder, 32 miniatures in 4 boxes £60 - £80

2388 The Midleton Distillery Company, Midleton Very Rare Irish Whiskey, drawn from cask and bottled 1990, 700ml / 40%, cased £60 - £100 2389 Tobernory, Isle of Mull, 75cl / 43%, Malt Scotch Whisky, boxed £40 - £60

2380 Highland Park Single Malt Scotch Whisky Orkney Islands 12 year, old, James Grant Limited Edition with small crystal decanter, 70cl. 40%. vol., labels, levels and seal good, box worn; MacPhail’s Malt Scotch Whisky, 100 Years Centenary 1895-1995 70cl. 40% vol., bottled 1995, No.286, ceramic bottle, red capsule intact, tartan lined case with certificate (metal label loose on case), seal and other labels good, level not visible, (2) £80 - £120

2390 Whyte and Mackay, 21 Year Old, 75cl / 40%, Scotch Whisky £60 - £100

Walking Sticks

2400 A 19th century gentleman’s horn novelty walking cane handle, carved the elongated head of a hound, hardwood shaft, 84cm long £80 - £120

2381 MacPhail’s Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, 10 year old, 70cl. 40% vol., Edinburgh Crystal Decanter decorated with pattern adapted from The Book of Kells, 700AD ‘The Dram Takers’, labels and seal good, level below shoulder, satin lined box and cardboard, cover; Johnnie Walker Blue Label Scotch Whisky, 70cl. 40% vol., unopened box, cellophane cover, (2) £80 - £120

2401 A 19th century gentleman’s novelty walking cane handle, carved as a clenched fist, silver furrule, malacca shaft, 87.5cm long £80 - £120 2402 A 19th century gentleman’s novelty walking cane, the curved horn handle carved as the head of a hound, rustic branch shaft, 101cm long £100 - £150

2382 MacPhail’s Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, Coronation Anniversary June 2nd 1953-1993 Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth 11, ceramic bottle 70cl. 40% vol., bottled 1992, No. 444, labels and capsule good, levels not visible, wooden box with cardboard cover (1) £100 - £120 For more images please visit

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2447, 2410, 2417, 2403 & 2401

2415, 2406, 2400 & 2430

2449, 2408 & 2440

2415, 2409, 2426 & 2408

2403 A 19th century gentleman’s novelty walking cane, the large pommel carved as the head of a negro, malacca shaft, 90cm long £100 - £150

2404 A 19th century gentleman’s novelty walking cane, the pommel carved as Otto von Bismarck, silver coloured metal ferrule, briar shaft, 85.5cm long £60 - £80

2403, 2404, 2407, 2436, 2424, 2418, 2438

2407 A 19th century ivory gentleman’s novelty walking cane handle, carved as the head of a curly haired gentleman, hardwood shaft, 91cm long £200 - £300

2405 A 19th century gentleman’s tipple cane, the haft enclosing two glass tubes, 91cm long, c.1880 £60 - £90

2406 A 19th century horn gentleman’s novelty walking cane handle, carved as a hound, with elongated snout, ebonised shaft, 90.5cm long £100 - £150 For more images please visit

2408 A 19th century ivory gentleman’s novelty walking cane handle, carved as the head of a French bulldog, ebonised shaft, 89cm long £100 - £150 232

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2409 A 19th century ivory gentleman’s novelty walking cane handle, carved as the head of a long haired dog, his mouth showing teeth and tongue, hardwood shaft, 86cm long £120 - £180

2421 A George V silver mounted riding crop, by Maxwell, L-shaped horn handle, 56cm long, London 1919; another, antler handle (2) £60 - £80 2422 A Greek novelty walking cane, L-shaped handle carved as the head of a powerful horse, inscribed KEPKYPA (Corfu), 80cm long £60 - £80

2410 A 19th century ivory gentleman’s novelty walking cane handle, the tall pommel grasped by a hand, hardwood shaft, 89cm long £100 - £150

2423 A Japanese bamboo gentleman’s walking cane, carved with a warrior and blossoming trees in a rocky landscape, 89cm long, Meiji period; others, similar (4)£100 £150

2411 A 19th century ivory gentleman’s novelty walking cane handle, well carved as the head of a hound, malacca shaft, 82cm long £150 - £200

2412 A 19th century ivory gentleman’s walking cane handle, probably Dieppe, carved as a smiling gentleman, wearing a bow tie, hardwood shaft, 86cm long £200 - £300

2424 A Japanese ivory walking cane handle, carved as a man holding a basket on his head, bamboo shaft, 86.5cm long, Meiji period £100 - £150

2413 A 19th century silver coloured metal mounted novelty gentleman’s walking cane, the handle as a duck’s head, glass eyes, malacca shaft, 85cm long, c.1880 £150 - £200

2425 A Japanese ivory walking cane handle, carved in relief with a labourer returning from the fields, bamboo shaft, 96cm long, Meiji period £100 - £150

2426 A large Black Forest gentleman’s novelty walking cane handle, carved as a French bulldog, glass eyes, the silver ferule inscribed Mr Davidson by Mr Ambulance Class Nottingham 1896, hardwood shaft, the mount Birmingham 1895 £150 - £180

2414 A Black Forest type gentleman’s novelty walking cane handle, carved and painted as a parrot, palmwood shaft, 84.5cm long £60 - £100 2415 A Cantonese ivory mounted walking cane or crop, the tall haft carved with panels of figures on a ground of blossoming prunus, bamboo shaft, 91cm long, c.1880 £100 - £150

2427 A late 19th century horn and bone lady’s sectional walking cane, curved handle, 87cm long £40 - £60

2428 A late 19th century novelty swagger stick, the turned pommel lifts off to reveal a pencil, inscribed in gilt, Arthur Meakins, Cockfield, 72cm long £60 - £100

2416 A Chinese ivory walking cane handle, carved in relief with blossoming prunus, bamboo shaft, 87cm long £60 - £100

2429 A silver mounted gentleman’s tipple walking can, the chequered pommel enclosing a glass flask, 89cm long £70 - £100

2417 A Chinese silver mounted gentleman’s walking cane, the bun shaped pommel chased with a dragon and blossoming prunus, hardwood shaft, Luen Hing, Shanghai, c.1910 £80 - £120

2430 A Victorian gentleman’s novelty walking cane, the hardwood pommel carved as the head of a dog, with alert expression, ebonised shaft, 86cm long £100 - £150

2418 A gentleman’s novelty walking cane, the 18th century pommel carved as the head of a man wearing a wig, possibly Dr Syntax, silver coloured metal ferrule, hardwood shaft, 81cm long £100 - £150

2431 A Victorian oak country house wall mounted nine section whip rack, egg and dart carved frieze, 80cm high, 61cm wide, c.1880; seven riding crops; two walking sticks (9) £150 - £180

2419 A George II/III ivory and malacca gentleman’s walking cane, tall turned pommel with aperture for wrist strap, 96cm long, c.1760 £125 - £150

2432 A Victorian silver and ivory handled sword stick, ebonised shaft, the collar inscribed E Lamb, Boden Wood, Liphook, 90cm long, London 1901 £150 - £200

2420 A George V silver mounted gentleman’s walking cane, stag antler handle, the ferrule inscribed From Donington Hall 1917-1919, ebonised shaft, 89cm long, the mount Sheffield 1913 £70 - £100

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2433 A Victorian silver and ivory mounted coachman’s carriage whip, by J & W Lowe, Makers, London, stamped, 130cm to tip of shaft, c.1880 £100 - £150

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2434 A Victorian silver mounted lady’s walking cane, the L-shaped handle chased and engraved with scrolling foliage, palmwood shaft, 81cm long; another (2) £60 - £100

2447 An unusual 19th century rustic walking cane, curved horn handle carved with fish, the shaft with entwined snakes, 84cm long £70 - £100

2435 A Victorian sword stick, bamboo shaft, c.1870. £60 - £100

2448 An unusual sailor’s folk art walking cane, chip carved with VC (Victoria Cross), anchor, heart, crowned GR cipher, further hearts, crosses and lozenges, inscribed United We Stand, Divided We Fall, Remember W Warren, Fear God, Honour the King, 97cm long, dated 1910 £70 - £100

2436 An 18th century gentleman’s novelty walking cane, the pommel carved as a bearded man wearing a hat, malacca shaft, 78cm long £100 - £150

2449 A Black Forest gentleman’s novelty walking cane handle, carved as a duck wearing a hat, articulated beak, hardwood shaft, 87cm long £100 - £150

2437 An 18th/19th century hardwood cudgel walking stick, similar to those associated with Daniel Lambert (17791809), ‘England’s heaviest man’ preserved at Leicester Museum and The George, Stamford, 108cm long£60 - £100

2450 An Austrian cold painted bronze of a comical mocking primate, naturistically cast, sat on his haunches, traces of original paint in shades of ochre, brown and white, 7cm high, c.1900; another of an ape, seated, his hand reaching out, 10cm, high (2) £60 - £100

2438 An 18th/early 19th century ebony gentleman’s novelty walking cane handle, carved as the head of a negro, the back of his head initialled H over WS, ivory tongue, bamboo shaft, 84cm long £100 - £150 2439 An African coromandel walking cane, domed pommel, the shaft carved with a snake, 94cm long; another, carved with a double-sided tribal mask, 94cm long (2) £60 - £100 2440 An early 19th century ivory mounted riding crop, the pommel carved as a clenched fist, bamboo shaft, 87cm long £70 - £100

2441 An early 20th century riding crop, by Crawley & Son, Peterborough,; another (2) £60 - £80 2442 An early 20th century silver mounted malacca swagger stick, 74cm long, c.1900; another, 3rd Battalion Royal Fusilers; another (3) £40 - £60

2443 An Edwardian gentleman’s novelty walking cane handle, carved as the head of a French bulldog, hardwood shaft, the silver ferrule Birmingham 1908 £100 - £150

2444 An Edwardian silver mounted riding crop, L-shaped stag antler handle, bamboo shaft, 67cm long, London 1908; others (3) £80 - £120

2451

2445 An Indian ivory gentleman’s novelty walking cane handle, as an elephant, ebonised shaft, 89cm long £100 - £150

2451 Austrian School (early 20th century), an Art Deco gilt bronze, of a female nude, marked Austria, turned alabaster base, 15cm high overall £100 - £150

2446 An Indian ivory, ebony and hardwood sword stick, 66.5cm single-edged blade, brass lion mask pommel, the grip carved with a band of scrolls and stylised lotus, the shaft with geometric bands, 90.5cm long £60 - £100

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2452 Austrian School (late 19th/early 20th century), a dark patinated bronze group, of a collie and a spaniel, wooden base, 16cm wide £80 - £120

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2457 Continental School (early 20th century), an Art Deco silvered bronze, Reflections of the Orient, the Geisha sits before a bevelled mirror, marble base, 21cm high overall £250 - £350

2458 Continental School, a dark patinated bronze, of a monkey siting amongst branches, 15.5cm high £70 - £100

2453

2453 Charles Perron, a silvered bronze ovoid ewer, cast in relief with Venus and Cupid, mask to spout, 14.5cm high, signed in the maquette, c.1910 £100 - £150

2454 Chinese School, a patinated bronze, of Budai, standing, 8cm high, hardwood stand £60 - £80 2455 Continental School (19th century), a brown patinated bronze, of a putto emblematic of Autumn, 12cm high £70 - £100

2456 Continental School (19th century), a dark patinated bronze, St Peter, seated, holding the key to Paradise, marble base, 16cm high £50 - £80

2459

2459 Continental School, an Art Deco bronze figure, Oriental Spirit, of a Chinaman striking a pose, he stands wearing traditional dress, picked out in gilt, with carved ivory face, hands and feet, on a two tier graduating diamond shaped onyx and marble base, 27cm high, c.1930 £1,400 - £1,600 2457 For more images please visit

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Bronzes

2463 European School (20th century), a bronzed composition sculpture, Nude Reading, indistinctly signed, rectangular base, 46cm high overall £60 - £100

2464

2464 Ferdinand Pautrot (1832 - 1874), a gilt bronze, of a fierce hound, signed in the maquette, oval base, 19cm wide overall £150 - £200

2465 French School (19th century), a brown and verdigris patinated bronze, Memento Mori, the scantily clad maiden kneels in ritual beside a skull, belge noir base, 15.5cm high £120 - £180

2460

2460 English School (19th century), a dark patinated bronze bust, Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, marble base, 14cm high £100 - £150

2466

2466 French School (19th century), a dark patinated bronze, Faithful Protector, initialled BM and dated 1852 in the maquette, marble base, 14cm high £100 - £150

2461

2467 French School (19th century), a dark patinated bronze, Napoleon, canted square hardwood plinth, 23cm high overall £80 - £120

2461 English School (early 19th century), a dark patinated bronze, of a fierce griffin, shaped oval base, 23cm high £200 - £300

2468 French School (19th century), a dark patinated bronze, of a flower girl, she stands, holding a basket of blooms, 15cm high £60 - £100

2462 English School, alabaster, Venus, circular base, square plinth, 42cm high £150 - £200 For more images please visit

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2469 French School (19th century), a dark patinated bronze, of a man of the arts, polished columnar base, 17cm high £60 - £90

2472 French School, 19th century, a brown patinated bronze, Shakespeare, seated, his arm resting on books, 20cm high, seal mark inscribed Reduction Mecanique, A Collas £100 - £150

2470 French School (19th century), a dark patinated bronze, of a peasant girl, square marble base, 21cm high £60 - £100

2473 French School, a patinated and gilt bronze portrait bust, Pierre-Jean de Beranger, square pedestal base applied with a laurel wreath, 21cm high £50 - £80

2474 French School, a verdigris patinated bronze, of an archer, slate base, 35cm high £100 - £150

2471

2471 French School (19th century), a pair of gilt bronzes, Bathers, standing scantily clad, drying themselves, marble bases, 28cm high £200 - £300

2475

2475 French School, after the Antique, a verdigris patinated bronze, Venus de Milo, 66cm high £300 - £400

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2479

2476

2479 Jean Didier Debut (1824-1893), after, Porteur d’Eau Tunisien, he stands in native dress with flagons of water in each hand, signed in the maquette, 64cm high £2,500 - £3,000

2476 Grand Tour School (19th century), Apollo, he stands looking wistful with a band of vines on his head, with a fig leaf to protect his modesty, on a raised circular base, 60cm high £1,200 - £1,800

2477 H S Gamley RSA, a brown patinated bronze bust, Robert Louis Stevenson, 1850 -1894, marble plinth, 14.5cm high £70 - £100 2478 Italian School (late 19th century), a pair of Grand Tour dark patinated bronze busts, Raphael. S and M. Angelo, turned rouge marble socles, 14cm high, c.1890 £200 - £250

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2481 Sir William Hamo Thornycroft, R.A., (1850-1925) a dark patinated bronze, John Bright wearing a frock coat, his right hand open and his left hand holding a book, signed and dated 1891, the reverse inscribed Arthur Leslie Collie 39b Old Bond St, London Sept. 10th 1891, marble plinth, 47cm high overall £300 - £500

2480

2480 Jean-Jules Salmson (1886-1940), after, a pair of bronze figures, Sir Anthony van Dyck and Sir Peter Paul Rubens, van Dyck stands draped in a cloak, holding his gloves and sketchbook, Rubens in his chains of office and riding boots, holding a book, circular bases, signed in the maquettes, 39cm high £800 - £1,200

2482

2482 Sir William Hamo Thornycroft, R.A., a dark patinated bronze, General Gordon, signed and dated 1888, titled Charles George Gordon to the plinth, the reverse inscribed Arthur Leslie Collie 39b Old Bond St, London May 6 1889, 37cm high £600 - £1,000

Musical Instruments and Scientific Instruments

2490 A Victorian field lacquered brass microscope, mahogany case, 20cm high overall £60 - £100

2491 A Victorian pocket lacquered brass microscope, mahogany case, 15cm high overall £60 - £100

2492 A Henry Crouch black lacquered and brass microscope, number 4385, with rack and pinion fine focusing, adjustable rounded rectangular stage with plano/convex mirror, 29cm high, mahogany case with various lenses £60 - £100

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2510 A 19th century German violin, 40cm two-piece back, the label inscribed Manufactured in Berlin, Special Copy of Carlo Bergonzi, 65cm long overall, bow ensuite, cased £60 - £100

2511 A late 19th century vulcanite rectangular music box, 6.5cm cylinder playing on a one-piece comb, the hinged cover moulded after David with Serment Des Horaces (Oath of the Horatii), 9.5cm wide £150 - £200

2512 A 19th century rosewood concertina, by Louis Lachenal, forty eight ivory keys, hexagonal fretwork ends, 18cm diam, no.18900, c.1850, cased £100 - £150 2513 A 19th century rosewood concertina, probably by Lachenal, forty eight ivory keys, hexagonal fretwork ends, 18cm diam, no.20589, c.1850, cased £60 - £100 2493

2493 A French terrestrial globe, by J Forest, Girard et Barrere, Paris, now mounted on a 19th century gilt and japanned papier mache tripod base, shaped cabriole legs, 90cm high overall £250 - £350 2494 A Victorian mahogany and gilt lacquered brass biunial magic lantern projector, japanned-metal chimney, 56cm high (workings replaced); slides from an electrical lecture; others, insects, newts, flowers, fish; etc £400 - £600

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2514 An early 20th century mahogany and marquetry child’s model upright piano, slightly oversailing top, the front inlaid with three boxwood lozenges, painted keys, shaped base, 32cm high, 41cm wide £50 - £70

2500 Photography - Italy Through the Stereoscope, Volume I, II, III, Underwood and Underwood; another, Norway, Volume I and II (2) £60 - £100 2501 Photography - a Reid and Sigrist Ltd (Leicester) Reid IIIa 35mm camera, serial number P1229, Taylor-Hobson f2 2in.lens, leather case, c1956, flash sync in top plate professionally added later

2515 A violin, the two-piece back 36cm excluding button, ebony tuning pegs, outlined throughout with purfling, 60cm long overall, cased; another, German, the two-piece back 33.75cm excluding button, outlined throughout with purfling, paper Straduarius label, 56cm long overall, cased; three bows, unmarked (2) £60 - £100

The firm of Reid & Sigrist was founded after the first world war as a small precision instrument making business in Leicester and also later at New Malden, Surrey. During the second world war the firm undertook the assembly and repair of aircraft and making of munitions. After the war the firm began to seek new markets to diversify into. It was approached by the former minister of aircraft production, Sir Stafford Cripps, with a view to making a ‘British Leica’ - a proposal instigated by a lack of available UK made 35mm cameras both during and after the war. The Leitz factory in Wetzlar had fallen into British hands in 1945 and was investigated and its manufacturing facilities and techniques researched with a view to manufacturing the camera in England which started in 1947. This camera is a copy of the Leica IIIb. £400 - £500 For more images please visit

2516 A 19th century Swiss rounded rectangular musical box, 15.5cm cylinder playing eight airs on three bells, cranking handle, Start/Stop, Change/Repeat selectors, the hinged cover inlaid with a spray of flowers, bracket feet, 21cm high, 39.5cm wide, c.1870 £150 - £200 2517 A 19th century violin, the one-piece back 33cm excluding button, carved scroll, 55cm long long overall £50 - £80 2518 A rosewood piccolo, by Hawkes & Son, Denman Street, Picadilly Circus, London, plated mounts, 38.5cm long £60 - £80

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2519 A French ebony clarinet, by Robert Thibaud Paris, two piece, silvered metal keys, Selmer Rangefinder mouthpiece, 67cm long, cased, mid 20th century £60 - £100

2537 A Pre-Columbian, possibly Brazilian bronze ceremonial jug, mask handle, 31cm long; a 16th century Portuguese bronze vessel with two portrait medallions and two armorials, inscription apparently in commemoration of Prince John of Portugal dated (posthumously) 1561 (2) £60 - £100

2520 A lacquered brass alto saxophone, The Dearman President, engraved with stylised motifs, mother-of-pearl mounted keys, serial number 9577, cased with other accessories, mid 20th century £100 - £150

2538 A Roman terracotta flagon, loop handle, 14cm high £40 - £60

2521 A M Hohner Organola harmonica, c.1900

2539 A Roman terracotta head of a female deity, with an ornate headress, on a plinth; another similar, smaller, on a perspex plinth (2) £40 - £60

This patent was awarded in 1902 to Robert Field (described in the British equivalent of this patent as a Professor of Music) and Albert Edward Hanson (a Music Dealer) both of Huddersfield, England and covers one of the most unique harmonicas ever made - the Hohner Organola.The front part of the Organola was a simple 10-hole diatonic harmonica. However, clamped on to the rear of this harmonica was a unit with two additional set of reeds, supplied with air from a swiveling mouthpiece, the notes selected by a set of buttons on each side of the instrument: £200 - £300

2540 A Sino-Tibetan bronze bell, with alternating panels of spikes and Chinese symbols, 36cm high £60 - £100

2541 A small Chinese Tang horse, elegantly modelled in terracotta, realistically standing, with ears pricked and head turned slightly to one side, on an intregated base, 20cm high, c.7th - 8th century (possibly some restoration to fore legs and neck) £300 - £350

2522 A 19th century Rock Chidley mahogany hexagonal concertina, fret-cut ends, dyed ivory pegs, green leather bellows with floral printed paper sections, mahogany case £60 - £100

2542 A South American compressed ovoid pot, of PreColumbian, painted in black terracotta with stylised leaves and flowerheads, on a white ground, 16cm high £50 - £70

2528 A 19th century Grand Tour figure of Horus, after the antique, 15cm high £120 - £150

2543 A terracotta female head, wearing laurel wreath, mounted, turned white marble socle, 36cm high £200 - £300

2529 A Chinese Han Dynasty Stick Man figure, in terracotta, 58.5cm high, c. 200 b.c. to 200 a.d., on Perspex custom made stand (the socketed arms are missing, his features are life like, some old restoration) £400 - £500

2544 An 18th century plaster wall sconce as an effigy of a servant, c.1780 Provenance: Chateau Serris Nr Paris, traditionally these masks were taken from servants of the Chateau to ensure their service was always remembered £180 - £200

2530 A Chinese Neolithic period bowl, in buff terracotta, some original hand painting remains, together with the side lugs, 16cm diam, c.3000 b.c. (restoration is evident but sympathetically done) £100 - £150

2545 An 18th century plaster wall sconce as an effigy of a servant, c.1780 Provenance: Chateau Serris Nr Paris, traditionally these masks were taken from servants of the Chateau to ensure their service was always remembered £150 - £200

2531 A Chinese TanG dynasty terracotta figure of a sage, he stands with his hands together, 18cm high £50 - £70 2533 A large Islamic Archaic bronze two-handle ritual bowl, the everted rim cast with mons, three spur feet, 48cm diam, possibly 10th - 13th century £1,000 - £1,500

2546 An 18th century plaster wall sconce as an effigy of a servant, c.1780 Provenance: Chateau Serris Nr Paris, traditionally these masks were taken from servants of the Chateau to ensure their service was always remembered £150 - £200

2534 A mid 17th century circular Ming bowl, Ming Dynasty (1368-1643) £60 - £100

2547 An Ancient Greek type terracotta globular urn, decorated in black and red with stylised flowers and figure holding a club, 19cm high £70 - £100

2535 A mid 17th century circular Ming bowl, Ming Dynasty (1368-1643) £100 - £150

2536 A North American Indian bowl, of bowed rectangular form, 29cm wide; a treen ladle, 52cm long (2) £70 - £100 For more images please visit

2548 An early 17th century Italian lime wood carving of a bishop, polychrome decoration, 27cm high £220 - £250

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2549 Antiquities -an Egyptian fragmentary stone carving, of the goddess Isis holding the baby Horus on her lap, they sit on a plinth carved on two panels with stylized feathers, 7cm high £150 - £200

2560 Antiquities - an Indian sandstone fragment, carved as the head of deity, 10cm high £60 - £100

2550 An Indian carved stone head, of a deity, 7cm high, hardwood stand, 13th/14th century £200 - £300

2551 Antiquities - an interesting Greek/Roman glass head of a bearded gentleman, in green and blue glass, 11cm high, wooden stand £200 - £300 2552 Antiquities - a Roman fibular, 7cm wide; an arrow head, 13cm long; a Roman bronze ring; a copper ring; a Greek bronze brooch, in the form of a horse, 4cm wide; a Viking brooch, 4.5cm wide; a Babylonian seal; etc £60 - £100

2553 Antiquities - a collection of prehistoric stone arrowheads, scrapers and blades, reputedly excavated in the Ohio Valley, framed; five Native American flint arrowheads, probably Chickasaw, Southeastern Woodlands, framed (2) £60 - £100

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2554 Antiquities - an Attic style two handled cup, in relief with figures and charging horses, 12cm wide £70 - £100

2561 Antiquities - an Indonesian volcanic stone fragment, carved as Buddha, 18cm high, 13cm wide, c.12th - 14th century, fitted hardwood stand £100 - £150

2555 Antiquities - an Egyptian faience charm of the head of Bes (god of children), carved with the eye of Horus to verso, 5.5cm high; an Egyptian fragmentary terracotta head of deity, 2.6cm high; another similar, head of a Pharaoh, 3.1cm high; etc (4) £60 - £80

2562 Antiquities - an unusually large Neolithic flattened waisted stone axe head, possibly of Balkan origin, 21.5cm x 16.5cm £100 - £150 2563 Antiquities - fifty one small Egyptian ushabti, 4cm 7cm, predominately Middle Kingdom £150 - £180

2556 Antiquities - an Egyptian faience scarab, carved to verso with hieroglyphic script, 1.7cm high; an Egyptian terracotta charm of Sekhmet (goddess of fire, war, vengeance, menstration and medicine), loop hole for suspension, 5cm high; a Egyptian faience fragmentary ushabti, 4.5cm high; etc (6) £40 - £60

2564 Antiquities - pottery fragments, various (4) £150 - £200

2566 Tribal Art - an African carved and stained ivory fertility figure, 13cm high £100 - £150

2557 Antiquities - an Egyptian fragmentary faience ushabti, in two parts, 11cm high; an Egyptian terracotta head, 5.2cm high; etc (4) £50 - £70

2567 Tribal Art - a Neuyi carved stone tribal figure, crouching, found in Sierra Leone in early 1970 £100 - £150

2568 Tribal Art - a Benin bronze rectangular plaque, cast in relief with an oba on horseback with his warriors, verdigris patination, 38cm x 29.5cm £200 - £300

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2570 An Egyptian blue Faience amulet as a frog; others, glass, ceramic and bone (9) £60 - £80

2558 Antiquities - an Egyptian fragmentary terracotta ushabti, 4cm high; an Egytpian pottery charm of Taweret (god of fertility and childbirth), with a suspension loop, 2cm high; an Egyptian faience charm of a deity, with a suspension loop, 3.2cm; another similar; etc (5) £40 - £60

2571 Antiquities - a Roman terracotta oil lamp, the bowl of the reservoir moulded with a frog; another Roman terracotta oil lamp; others (5) £80 - £120

2559 Antiquities - an Inca stone fertility icon, 19cm high; five Pre-Colombian stone heads, possibly Peruvian, approx 5cm high; a bone irregular bangle, 8cm diam (7) £70 - £100 For more images please visit

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Droit de Suite is a royalty payable to a qualifying artist or the artist’s heirs each time a work is re-sold during the artist’s lifetime and during the 70 years following the artist’s death. Taking effect in the UK on 14 February 2006, it will initially only apply to the work of living artists. In 2010 (or 2012 depending on whether or not the UK government take advatage of a possible derogation), Droit de Suite will be extended to apply to an artist’s works for a period of 70 years after his death.

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Instructions All goods delivered to the Auctioneer’s premises will be deemed to be delivered for Sale by Auction and will be catalogued and sold accordingly unless special instructions are recorded on the receipt.

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Agency The Auctioneers act throughout as Agents only and are not responsible for any default by the buyer. Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers Limited disclaim liability for paying the vendor until they have received settlement from the purchaser.

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Unsaleable Goods Unless otherwise instructed by accompanying or previously received written notice, all goods delivered to their premises which in Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers Limited opinion have no saleable value will be disposed of at Bamfords discretion either to a charity or by consignment for destruction.

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