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Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers

Tuesday 23rd, Wednesday 24th, Thursday 25th and Friday 26th October 2018 at 10.30am The Derby Auction House, Chequers Road, Derby


The Derby Auction House

From the Ea st/ South/North

• M1 Junction 25 • A52 to Derby • At Pentagon Island 1st exit • At T junction turn left onto Chequers Road • Bamfords is on the right after 0.8 mile

From the West/ North

• A38 • A61 to Derby • At Pentagon Island 3rd exit • At T junction turn left onto Chequers Road • Bamfords is on the right after 0.8 mile


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Bamfords THE DERBY AUCTION HOUSE

FOUR DAY COUNTRY HOUSE AND ANTIQUE SALE at The Derby Saleroom, Chequers Road, Derby, DE21 6EN

Tuesday 23rd, Wednesday 24th, Thursday 25th & Friday 26th October The Terence Storey Studio and Gallery Collection; 18th and 19th Century Furnishings from a Derbyshire Manor House; Meissen and Other Ceramics from an Elderly Collector; Paintings and Objects d’Art from a Derbyshire Estate; Fine Art and Bijouterie From a Nottingham Collector; Lynton Porcelain from a Deceased Estate; and other vendors 1800 Lots of Plated Ware, Silver, Flatware, Jewellery, Watercolours, Oil Paintings, Prints, Pottery, Porcelain, Derby, Lynton, Worcester, Continental Ceramics, Glass, Oriental Ceramics, Asian Art, Country House Interiors, including Boxes and Objects and Furniture On View Sunday 21st October

2.00pm

5.00pm

Monday 22nd October

2.00pm

5.00pm

Tuesday 23rd October Terence Storey Sale commencing at 1pm

12 noon –

7.00pm

Morning of sales

from 9.00am

View our sale: www.bamfords-auctions.co.uk (all lots with images) and www.the-saleroom.com/bamfords

Front cover illustration 662 Back cover illustration 759 Catalogues £10 (£13 by post)

Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers

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


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Order of Sale

Information to Buyers Payments 1. Bamfords charge 21% plus VAT Buyer’s Premium on the hammer of each lot (e.g. Hammer Price £100 + Buyer’s Premium £21 + VAT on the Premium £4.20 Total Invoice £125.20) 2. Any lot purchased through the services of ATG Media’s the-saleroom.com will be subject to a further charge of 3% of the hammer price (plus VAT where chargeable) 3. Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers accept Cash, Bank Transfers, Bankers Drafts, Debit Cards and Business Cheques (Cheques must clear prior to the removal of goods) • Cheques to be made out to Bamfords Ltd be cleared prior to removal of goods • 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 incur interest at 2% above HSBC base rate

Day One – 23rd October 2018 at 1.00pm Paintings – Terence Storey Studio Sale of his Works, Marine and Landscape Studies 1 – 119 Day Two – 24th October 2018 at 10.30am Silver Plated Ware

120 – 144

Silver

145 – 421

Watches and Jewellery

440 – 580

Day Two – 24th October 2018 at 2.30pm Paintings

596 – 772

Day Three – 25th October 2018 at 10.30am Pottery

1130 – 1144

Porcelain

1145 – 1220

Worcester

1221 – 1309

Derby and Associated Factories

1310 – 1364

Pinxton

1365 – 1396

Lynton

1397 – 1439

Continental

1430 – 1489

Glass

1490 – 1499

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

Day Three – 25th October 2018 at 1.30pm Oriental Ceramics and Asian Arts

Paintings & Drawings

1500 – 1639

Any statement made in this catalogue as to authorship, attribution, origin, date, provenance or condition is not to be taken as a statement of fact but as a statement of opinion.

Day Four – 26th October 2018 at 10.30am Bijouterie Country House Interiors

1640 – 1679

Forename and surname of the artist: In our opinion a work by the artist

1680 – end of sale

Initials of the forname and the surname of the artist: In our opinion a work of the period of the artist which may be wholly or in part his work Surname of the artist: In our opinion a work of the school of the artist or in his style and of uncertain date Attributed to: A tentative attribution based on style

Photographs by thestudio@bamfords Catalogue design and production by Jamm Design Ltd

Signed: In our opinion the signature is that of the artist Bears signature: In our opinion the signature is not that of the artist Colin Lewis: By artist C. Lewis: Not by artist C** Lewis: Full artist’s name unknown

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Day One Tuesday 23rd October at 1.00pm

Paintings – Terence Storey Studio Sale of his Works, Marine and Landscape Studies

Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers


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Terence Storey (Bn.1923) Bamfords are very proud to be auctioning the studio contents of one of Derbyshire’s greatest living artists, Terence Storey. Terence painted his last picture earlier this year, and his entire studio and gallery of works are being offered for sale following Terence’s ‘forced’ move from his Derby home. The 94 year old artist can boast works of art in collections as diverse as the United Nations and Prince Charles’s private collection. Born in 1923, Terence trained at Durham School of Art and Derby College of Art. He began his artistic career as a painter primarily of landscapes, and after a visit to the Suffolk coast he started to paint marine subjects. He very soon received numerous commissions, and became a member of the Royal Society of Marine Artists, serving on its Council. He was ultimately elected as president, a post he held for many years. Terence’s works are exhibited with the Royal Institute of Painters in Oils, the New English Art Club and National Maritime Museum in Greenwich.

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1 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Friar Gate, Derby signed, oil on board, 26cm x 36cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

4 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Summer Holidays signed, oil on board, 23cm x 36cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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2 Terence Storey (bn 1923) The Rivals signed, oil on board, 26cm x 36cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

5 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Happy Days signed, oil on board, 26cm x 36cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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3 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Old Gaffers Race signed, oil on board, 26cm x 36cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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6 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Sunset signed, oil on board, 30.5cm x 41cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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10 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Tallships Race signed, oil on board, 23cm x 38cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

7 Terence Storey (bn 1923) The Spinney Pond in Winter signed, oil on board, 26cm x 36cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

8 8 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Fly Fishing on the Derwent signed, oil on board, 26cm x 36cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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11 Terence Storey (bn 1923) A Pair, Dartmoor Ponies each signed, oils on board, 25cm x 30cm (2) £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

9 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Markeaton Spinney signed, oil on board, 26cm x 36cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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15 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Children Fishing in Belper signed, oil on board, 20cm x 25.5cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

12 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Low Tide, Leigh-on-Sea signed, oil on board, 25cm x 30cm £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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16 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Staithes signed, oil on board, 30.5cm x 40.5cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

13 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Wells-next-the-Sea signed, oil on board, 25cm x 30cm £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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17 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Above Dovedale, Derbyshire signed, oil on board, 25cm x 35.5cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

14 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Honfluer signed, oil on board, 25cm x 35cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% Please note each lot is subject to

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18 Terence Storey (bn 1923) The River Esk, Whitby signed, oil on board, 30.5cm x 40.5cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

21 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Aske Hall Interior signed, oil on board, 25.5cm x 30.5cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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22 Terence Storey (bn 1923) From Sketches Aboard the Winston Churchill signed, oil on board, 30.5cm x 45.5cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

19 Terence Storey (bn 1923) A Derbyshire Moorland, nr Buxton signed, oil on board, 30.5cm x 40.5cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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20 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Windermere in Springtime signed, oil on board, 25.5cm x 30.5cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% For more images please visit

23 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Free Range signed, oil on board, 25.5cm x 30.5cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 8

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24 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Derbyshire, Winter Sun and Snow signed, oil on board, 25.5cm x 35.5cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

27 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Kedleston signed, oil on board, 20cm x 25.5cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

25 25 Terence Storey (bn 1923) A Farm in Dovedale signed, oil on board, 25.5cm x 30.5cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

28 28 Terence Storey (bn 1923) North Yorkshire Coast signed, oil on board, 25.5cm x 30.5cm £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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26 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Lower Lake, Markeaton Park signed, oil on board, 30.5cm x 40.5cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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29 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Boy Fishing signed, oil on board, 25.5cm x 30.5cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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32 32 Terence Storey (bn 1923) The Brook in Autumn signed, oil on board, 25.5cm x 35.5cm £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

30 30 Terence Storey (bn 1923) A Study in Light signed, oil on board, 25.5cm x 30.5cm £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 33 33 Terence Storey (bn 1923) A Norfolk Windmill signed, oil on board, 25.5cm x 35.5cm £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

31 31 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Maldon, Essex signed, oil on board, 20cm x 25.5cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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34 34 Terence Storey (bn 1923) The Lingard signed, oil on board, 30.5cm x 40.5cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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37 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Carsington Reservoir signed, oil on board, 25.5cm x 30.5cm £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

35 35 Terence Storey (bn 1923) The Red Ball signed, oil on board, 20cm x 25.5cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

38 38 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Teapot and Two Cups signed, oil on board, 20cm x 25.5cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

36 36 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Summer in Derbyshire signed, oil on board, 25.5cm x 35.5cm £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

39 39 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Country Seat signed, oil on board, 20cm x 25.5cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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40 40 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Roses in a George III Vase signed, oil on board, 25.5cm x 20cm £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

43 43 Terence Storey (bn 1923) SS ‘Nyanza’, London signed, oil on board, 15cm x 20cm, (unframed) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

41 41 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Flowers in a Blue and White Vase signed, oil on board, 15cm x 20cm £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 42 Terence Storey (bn 1923) The Mill Bridge, Belper signed, oil on board, 25.5cm x 35.5cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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44 44 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Sea Scouts signed, oil on board, 15cm x 20cm, (unframed) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%\

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47 Terence Storey (bn 1923) A Pair; Worcester plate and a ginger jar, and Rhododendron in a Ginger Jar signed, oils on board, each 20.5cm x 25.5cm (2) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

45 45 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Late Summer in Derbyshire signed, oil on board, 25.5cm x 35.5cm, (unframed) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 48 48 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Still Life with a Sunderland Mug signed, oil on canvas, 30.5cm x 35.5cm £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

46 46 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Fradley Junction Canal signed, oil on board, 25.5cm x 35.5cm, (unframed) £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 49 49 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Still Life with a Sunderland jug signed, oil on canvas, 30.5cm x 35.5cm £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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50 50 Terence Storey (bn 1923) St John Terrace, Derby signed, oil on board, 15cm x 20cm £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

52 52 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Fishing at Hardwick signed, oil on board, 25.5cm x 20cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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51 Terence Storey (bn 1923) A Sunny Morning by the Tate signed, oil on board, 20cm x 15cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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53 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Waiting for the Bus signed, oil on board, 15cm x 20cm £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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56 54 54 Terence Storey (bn 1923) North Lodge, Markeaton signed, oil on canvas, 40.5cm x 51cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

57 57 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Tall Ships Gathering signed, oil on board, 25.5cm x 35.5cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

55 55 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Robin Hood’s Bay signed, oil on board, 40.5cm x 51cm £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

56 Terence Storey (bn 1923) On the Way to Bakewell signed, oil on board, 25.5cm x 35.5cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 58 58 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Markeaton Park signed, oil on board, 30.5cm x 40.5cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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59 Terence Storey (bn 1923) A Hull Trawler signed, oil on canvas, 30.5cm x 40.5cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

62 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Dog Watch signed, oil on board, 46cm x 55.5cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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60 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Low Tide signed, oil on canvas, 40.5cm x 51cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

63 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Beeley Moor signed, oil on board, 20.5cm x 25.5cm £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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64 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Off the Needles signed, oil on canvas, 40.5cm x 55.5cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

61 Terence Storey (bn 1923) The Bridge, Markeaton signed, oil on board, 25.5cm x 30.5cm £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% For more images please visit

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65 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Tall Ships, Evening signed, oil on board, 45.5cm x 55.5cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

67 Terence Storey (bn 1923) North Yorkshire Coast, Robin Hood’s Bay signed, oil on board, 45.5cm x 55.5cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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68 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Geese Over the Wash signed, oil on board, 45.5cm x 55.5cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

66 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Pin Mill signed, oil on board, 40.5cm x 51cm £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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71 71 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Idle morning, Walberswick signed, oil on board, 40.5cm x 55.5cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

69 69 Terence Storey (bn 1923) The Fidentia in Dry Dock, Liverpool signed, oil on canvas, 40.5cm x 51cm £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

72 72 Terence Storey (bn 1923) First Fleet Re-enactment Voyage (the Australian Bicentennial Fleet) out of Portsmouth signed, oil on canvas, 40.5cm x 55.5cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

70 70 Terence Storey (bn 1923) The Fidentia signed, oil on canvas, 30.5cm x 40.5cm £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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75 Terence Storey (bn 1923) The Esk at Whitby signed, oil on board, 25.5cm x 20cm £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

73 73 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Walkies signed, oil on board, 20cm x 25.5cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

76 76 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Pine Trees signed, oil on board, 20cm x 25.5cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

74 74 Terence Storey (bn 1923) A Bright Sunny Morning signed, oil on board, 20cm x 25.5cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

77 77 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Yarmouth River Frontage signed, oil on board, 20cm x 25.5cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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80 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Spritsall Barge, Norfolk signed, oil on board, 40.5cm x 51cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

78 78 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Evening Flight signed, oil on board, 20cm x 25.5cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

81 81 Terence Storey (bn 1923) High Pheasants signed, oil on board, 35.5cm x 45.5cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

79 79 Terence Storey (bn 1923) The Edge of the Wood signed, oil on board, 20cm x 25.5cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

82 82 Terence Storey (bn 1923) A Derbyshire Woodland signed, oil on board, 30.5cm x 45.5cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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85 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Vicar Wood signed, oil on canvas, 45.5cm x 61cm £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

83 83 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Geese over the Loch signed, oil on board, 35.5cm x 61cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

86 86 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Sunny Morning, Venice signed, oil on board, 45.5cm x 61cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

84 84 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Seaton Bay, South Coast signed, oil on board, 30.5cm x 40.5cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 87 87 Terence Storey (bn 1923) A Tall Ship Gathering signed, oil on board, 45.5cm x 76cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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88 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Markeaton Lane signed, oil on canvas, 40.5cm x 51cm, (unframed) £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

90 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Convoy Problems signed, oil on board, 35.5cm x 61cm, (unframed) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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91 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Robin Hood’s Bay, Yorkshire signed, oil on board, 45.5cm x 55.5cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

89 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Late Summer Afternoon, Derbyshire signed, oil on board, 30.5cm x 40.5cm, (unframed) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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94 Terence Storey (bn 1923) In the Peak signed, oil on board, 40.5cm x 55.5cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

92 Terence Storey (bn 1923) The Orange Sail signed, oil on board, 45.5cm x 61cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

95 95 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Morning Flight signed, oil on board, 23cm x 35.5cm (unframed) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

93 93 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Morning Lessons signed, oil on board, 40.5cm x 55.5cm £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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96 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Thames Barges, Norfolk Coast signed, oil on board, 55.5cm x 76cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

98 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Shell, Cormorant ‘A’ Platform signed, oil on canvas, 61cm x 84cm £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

99 99 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Geese Flying North signed, oil on board, 61cm x 91.5cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

97 97 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Friends at Tudor Lodge signed, oil on board, 23cm x 30.5cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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100 100 Terence Storey (bn 1923) The Cob, Lyme Regis signed, oil on board, 61cm x 91.5cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

102 102 Terence Storey (bn 1923) The Ahmadu Bello at Hull Dock signed, oil on canvas, 61cm x 81cm £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

103 103 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Running Down her Castings signed, oil on canvas, 65cm x 91cm £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

101 101 Terence Storey (bn 1923) The Critic - Hugh Boycott-Brown Seated signed, oil on board, 20cm x 25.5cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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106 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Estuary at Leigh-on-Sea signed, oil on board, 51cm x 76cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

104 104 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Quiet Mooring signed, oil on canvas, 35.5cm x 45.5cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

107 107 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Five Seagulls signed, oil on board, 40.5cm x 51cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

105 105 Terence Storey (bn 1923) Fifteen Seagulls signed, oil on board, 25.5cm x 35.5cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 108 108 Terence Storey (b. 1923) Waiting for a Breeze signed, titled label to verso, oil on canvas, 39cm x 54.5cm £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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Day Two Wednesday 24th October at 10.30am

Silver, Jewellery and Watches

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Silver Plated Ware

120 120 A George III Old Sheffield Plate dish ring, pierced and engraved with roundels and bands of stiff leaves outlined with wrigglework, reeded borders, 22cm diam, c.1780 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 127

121 A George III Old Sheffield Plate half-fluted wine cooler, gadrooned borders, detachable liner, lion mask ring handles, skirted base, 22cm high, c.1820 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

127 A pair of George II paktong table candlesticks, of seamed construction, detachable nozzles, knopped pillars, dished square bases, 23.5cm high, c.1750 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

122 A George III Old Sheffield Plate inkstand, each ‘Bristol blue’ glass well restrained within a pierced sleeve, beaded borders, scroll feet, 14cm wide, c.1775 £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

128 A pair of George III Old Sheffield Plate incurved rectangular entrée dishes, loop handles, reeded borders, 24.5cm wide, c.1790 Heraldry: Arms and crest of Welby of Denton Hall, Lincolnshire, quartering Hutchens with Cope in pretence Sir William Earle Welby of Denton Manor MP married, as his second wife in 1773 Elizabeth, daughter and heiress of Robert Cope of Spondon. Welby was created a baronet 1801 (still going today) and she died in 1825. The arms date from the period 1773 and 1801 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

123 A George III Old Sheffield Plate rounded rectangular standish, central wafer box enclosed by a taperstick and flanked by a pair of clear glass wells, pen recesses, upturned ends, reeded border, tapered outswept feet, 23cm wide, c.1800 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 124 A George III Old Sheffield Plate wine funnel, gadrooned borders, 13cm long, c.1800; a pair of E.P. on copper table candlesticks, detachable nozzles, tapered pillars, fluted bases, scrolling leafy borders, 21cm high, Walker & Hall, c.1890; a pair of George V silver candlesticks, 10.5cm high, Birmingham 1919; a Victorian E.P.N.S sardine box, c.1870 (6) £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

129 A rare E.P.N.S novelty cocktail shaker, the Thirst Extinguisher, as a fire appliance, 30cm high, early to mid-20th century £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 130 A Regency Old Sheffield Plate boat shaped teapot, hinged domed cover, gadrooned border with acanthus, flowers and C-scrolls to angles, above a reeded band, scrollcapped fruitwood handle, bun feet, 31cm long, c.1820 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

125 A good Sheffield plated two handled urnular tea urn, high loop handles, loft cover, beaded borders, quatrefoil bases, bun feet, 37.5cm high, c.1910 £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 126 A pair of early 20th century bowed cylindrical bottle coasters, gadrooned rims, draught turned bases, 13.5cm diam £30 - £50 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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131 A Victorian E.P.B.M gentleman’s companion, crested by a pocket watch holder above a mercury thermometer, flanked by a pair of retractable compartments enclosing cologne bottles, mirror to verso, rectangular marble base, 29.5cm high, c.1880 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 28

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Silver

132 A Victorian E.P.N.S mounted clear glass trumpet shaped claret jug, hinged cover with knop finial, mask-capped divided scroll handle, bright-cut engraved collar, etched with stars and diapers, star-cut base, 28cm c.1880 £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

145 A 19th century Russian silver and niello spoon, gilt bowl decorated to verso with scrolling leaves, 19.5cm long, Moscow 1867 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

133 A Victorian E.P.N.S novelty spoon warmer, arched handle, beaded borders, the side inscribed HOT, the faux bamboo base with burner, 22.5cm high, Robert Pringle & Sons, c.1880 £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

146 A collection of George III and later silver flatware, various patterns, dates and makers, 64oz gross £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 147 A George V silver fish service, comprising twelve pairs of knives and forks, ivorine hafts, James Deakin & Son, Sheffield 1911, walnut case £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

134 A Victorian E.P.N.S oval five bottle cruet, posted loop handle, the side pierced and embossed with stiff leaves and strapwork, acanthus scroll feet, Lee & Wigfull, Sheffield c.1880 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 135 An early 20th century E.P.N.S dessert service, comprising twelve pairs of fruit knives and forks, retailed by Catchpole and Williams, London, c.1925, oak case £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

148 A George V silver Old English pattern soup ladle, 29cm long, James Dixon & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1932; a basting spoon, conforming; other flatware, various patterns, dates and makers makers, 89.5oz gross £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

136 An Edwardian E.P.N.S domed breakfast dish, retractable cover enclosing a pierced liner, ribbon-wrapped reeded handles, acanthus scroll feet, 30.5cm wide, c.1905 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

149 A George V silver part fruit service, comprising twelve forks and eleven knives, mother of pearl hafts, Sheffield 1911, cased £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 150 A large Edwardian silver Fiddle pattern serving fork, four outswept prongs, 30.5cm long, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, London 1902; a Victorian silver marrow scoop, quite plain, 22.5cm long, Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1888, (2) £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

137 137 An unusual Elkington and Co plated travelling coffee pot, stand and burner, engraved with foliage, 29cm high, c.1890 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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151 151 A pair of 18th century Norwegian parcel-gilt silver spoons, Rococo acanthus scroll terminals, 20cm long, c.1750 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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152 A pair of George II silver Hanoverian pattern shell back table spoons, London 1757 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

164 Fabergé - a pair of 19th century Russian silver fish servers, 30cm long, 84 zolotnik kokoshnik marks, inventory numbers 6461A UMM, c.1896 - 1908 £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

153 A pair of George IV Irish silver Fiddle pattern sauce ladles, 15.5cm long, Samuel Neville, Dublin 1823 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

165 Georg Jensen - a Danish silver Acanthus or Dronning pattern meat fork, designed by Johan Rohde, comprising spoon and fork, 20.5cm long, c.1917 - 1927 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

154 A pair of Regency style silver grape shears, in bold relief with fruiting vine, 16cm long, Sheffield 1964 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

166 Georg Jensen - a pair of Danish silver Acanthus or Dronning pattern salad servers, designed by Johan Rohde, comprising spoon and fork, 20.5cm long, c.1917 - 1927 £250 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

155 A rare 18th century Irish Provincial silver Bright-cut Celtic Point pattern straining spoon, 32.5cm long, James Warner, Cork c.1795 £700 - £900 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 156 A set of six 19th century Fiddle and Shell pattern dessert spoons, possibly Scottish Provincial, c.1820 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 157 A set of six George II silver Hanoverian pattern three-prong forks, 18cm long, London 1742 £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 158 A set of six mid-18th century Hanoverian pattern picture-back teaspoons, each decorated with a bird, maker’s mark CS?, c.1750 £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 159 A set of twelve George III silver Beaded Old English pattern teaspoons, bottom struck, maker’s mark and lion passant only, George Smith III, London c.1775 Heraldry: Crest of Mawson £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 160 A silver lace back trefid spoon, rat tail bowl, 20.5cm long, bearing marks for John Murch, Plymouth and date of 1698 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 161 A suite of four George V silver Apostle fruit spoons, twisted stems, gilt bowls, 18.5cm long, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1911, cased £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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162 A William III Britannia silver Dognose pattern spoon, rat tail bowl, the terminal with pricked initials EB, 20cm long, Lawrence Coles, London c.1697 £180 - £220 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

168 Tiffany & Co - an American silver soup ladle, fluted bowl, 31cm long, pat.1808, c.1900, 8oz £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

163 An 18th century silver Dog Nose pattern table spoon, 20.5cm long, marks indistinct; others; an 18th century mote spoon, 16.5cm long; a pair of George III Scottish silver Fiddle pattern table spoons,William Constable, Edinburgh 1809; other flatware, some Provincial, Exeter, Newcastle; etc, 23oz £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% For more images please visit

167 Liberty & Co - a set of six George V silver and hardstone coffee spoons, alternating lapidary bean finials formed from Derbyshire Blue John, carnelian, malachite, lapis lazuli, hard and decorative stones, Birmingham 1923 1924, cased £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

170 A 17th century silver toy miniature rosewater dish, quite plain, 5.5cm diam, apparently unmarked, c.1690 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 30

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171 A 17th century style silver flared cylindrical beaker, chased with acanthus pendants beneath a rope-twist girdle, gilt interior, 9.5cm high, Lambert & Co, London 1904 Heraldry: Crest of Brabazon, Ireland £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 172 A 19th century Anglo-Indian silver filigree rectangular visiting card case, push-fitting cover, 10cm long, c.1850 £180 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 173 A 19th century Continental silver and enamel egg shaped bonbonnière, painted in polychrome with a young lady gathering flowers, hinged cover, 5cm long, c.1890 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 174 A 19th century Continental silver rounded rectangular snuff box, engine turned, hinged cover, 7.5cm wide, marked .800, c.1870 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

178 178 A 19th century French silver mounted baluster claret jug, hinged cover, acanthus-capped scroll handle, etched with allegorical trophies,spreading circular base with ribbon-wrapped reeded border, 27.5cm high, c.1870 £500 - £700 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 179 A 19th century French silver mustard and salt, embossed in the Neo-Classical taste with griffins and palmettes, circular bases, glass liners, the mustard with flyingscroll handle 11cm high, c.1870 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

175 175 A 19th century Dutch silver oval helmet shaped cream jug, quite plain, beaded borders, angular scroll handle, 11cm high, Diemont, c.1815, 5.5oz £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 176 A 19th century Dutch silver oval tea caddy, embossed overall with scenes of pastoral idyll, push-fitting cover, turned feet, 12.5cm high, c.1890 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 180

177 A 19th century Dutch silver toasting fork, wrythen prongs, the haft embossed with figures in the Rococo taste, 47.5cm long, import marks for London 1892 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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180 A 19th century Portuguese silver melon shaped teapot, chased and engraved with flowers, fruit and stiff leaves, scroll-capped ebonised handle, shaped foot, 27cm long, c.1840, 26oz gross £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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181 181 A Charles I silver circular plate, quite plain, 25cm diam, maker’s mark BG with anchor, London 1635, 11oz £3000 - £4000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

182 A Charles II silver porringer, chased with bands of acanthus, scroll handles capped with masks, 17cm wide, maker RH, London 1678, 6oz £1500 - £1800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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184 183 A Chinese silver lotus shaped pedestal bowl, quite plain, spreading circular foot, 17cm diam, Wang Hing & Co, Hong Kong, c.1900, 10.5oz £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

187 A Continental silver model, of a goose, 7cm long, apparently unmarked £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 188 A Continental silver table bell, figural handle, 9cm high, late 19th century £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

184 A composed set of four early George III Rococo cast table candlesticks, detachable nozzles, waisted sconces, knopped pillars, fluted shaped circular bases with anthemions to borders, 26cm high, three by William Cafe, London 1761 & 1763, the other Richard Carter, Daniel Smith & Robert Sharp, London c.1778-1780, 73oz £4000 - £6000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

189 A Continental silver figural taperstick, the sconce and drip pan supported by Harlequin, dished base pierced and embossed with swags, beaded borders, 13cm high, 19th century £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 190 A Continental silver pedestal sauceboat, eagle’s head handle, gadrooned rim, domed foot with lotus border, 14cm wide, marked 800, late 19th century £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

185 A composed Victorian silver four piece tea and coffee service, comprising teapot, coffee pot, milk jug and sugar basin, profusely chased with roses, the coffee pot 25cm high, Barnards, London 1843, the coffee pot Robert Hennell, London 1872, 65.5oz gross £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

191 A Dutch canted rectangular tobacco box, the cover engraved and chased with figures, the sides with scrolls, 15.5cm wide, early 18th century £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

186 A Continental silver model, of a cockerel, 9cm high, apparently unmarked £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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192 A French silver-gilt travelling inkwell, engine turned cover, 5cm square, c.1870 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

194 A George II Rococo silver pear-shaped coffee pot, of small proportions, fluted knop finial, chased throughout with flowers, C-scrolls and foliage, fruitwood scroll-capped handle, skirted base, 21cm high,Thomas Whipham & William Williams, London 1740, 18.5oz gross £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 195 A George II silver bell shaped mug, quite plain, scrollcapped handle, skirted base, 11cm high, London 1735, 8oz £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

193 193 A George II Provincial silver shaped incurved square salver, the field flat chased with a band of flowers, scrolling foliage and panels of scales, pointed pad feet, 24.5cm wide, Newcastle 1736, 19.5oz £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

196 196 A George III design urnular wine ewer, hinged cover with knop finial, reeded borders, bright-cut engraved wrigglework borders and vacant ribbon-crested oval cartouche, cane-wrapped scroll handle, domed foot with beaded edge, 29cm high, C J Vander, London 1977, 21.5oz gross £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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201 A George III silver boat shaped teapot, flush-hinged domed cover, ebonised finial and scroll-capped handle, bun feet, 26.5cm long, London 1808, 17oz gross £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 202 A George III silver bowed teapot, hinged cover, acanthus capped scroll handle, finial and border, 27cm long, London 1819, 24.5oz gross £250 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 203 A George III silver canted rectangular nutmeg grater, quite plain, hinged cover enclosing a steel rasp, 3.5cm wide, Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1806 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 204 A George III silver canted rectangular patch box, bright-cut and wriggle-work engraved, hinged cover, 3.5cm wide, Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1802 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 205 A George III silver canted rectangular vinaigrette, bright-cut and wriggle-work engraved, hinged cover, the gilt interior with grille, 2cm wide, Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1810 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 206 A George III silver cream jug, Peter and William Bateman, London, 1809, 122g. £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

197 197 A George III Provincial silver baluster coffee pot, hinged domed lofty cover with knop finial, gadrooned borders, fruitwood scroll-capped handle, domed foot, 32cm high, John Langlands & John Robertson, Newcastle 1784, 26.5oz gross £1200 - £1800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

207 A George III silver curved rectangular snuff box, flush hinged cover, gilt interior, William Pugh, Birmingham 1810 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 208 A George III silver cylindrical child’s mug, moulded rim above three reeded bands, acanthus capped double scroll handle, 7cm high, Michael Plummer, London 1791 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

198 A George III Provincial silver mustard, hinged domed lofty cover, pierced thumbpiece, scroll handle, skirted base, blue glass liner, 6.5cm high, John Langlands & John Robertson, Newcastle c.1780 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 199 A George III silver baluster cream jug, chased with baskets of fruit and stiff leaves, punch-beaded rim, acanthus capped double-scroll handle, domed foot, 10cm high, George Smith II, London 1770 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

209 209 A George III silver lemon strainer, reeded borders, wide lug handles, pierced bowl, 29.5cm wide, Henry Chawner, London 1795, 4.5oz £500 - £700 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

200 A George III silver boat shaped pedestal sugar basket, swing handle, reeded borders, bright-cut engraved with swags, oval foot, 16cm wide, London 1794, 7oz £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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215 210 A George III silver meat skewer, ring terminal, 30.5cm long, London 1794 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 211 A George III silver Old English pattern caddy spoon, 8.5cm long, Peter, Ann & William Bateman, London 1804 £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 212 A George III silver pear shaped caster, knop finial, pierced cover engraved with diapers, reeded socle, square base, 14.5cm high, Peter & Ann Bateman, London 1798 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 213 A George III silver pear shaped caster, knop finial, pierced cover engraved with diapers, rope-twist socle, square base, 16cm high, Charles Hougham, London 1792 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 216 214 A George III silver pedestal cream jug, chased in the Adam taste with ribbon-tied swags, pendants and paterae, punch-beaded rim, acanthus-capped double-scroll handle, 11cm high, London 1779 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

216 A George III silver ribbed barrel shaped nutmeg grater, screw-fitting cover enclosing a steel rasp, 4cm long, Peter & Ann Bateman, London 1793 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 217 A George III silver rounded rectangular bacon dish, quite plain, 28.5cm over handles, struck four times with maker’s mark only, John Wakelin & William Taylor, London c.1775, 9.5oz £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

215 A George III silver pedestal presentation loving cup, half-fluted and chased with flowering swags, acanthus capped double-scroll handles, gadrooned foot, 25cm high, Matthew West, Dublin 1779, 40oz £1500 - £1800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% For more images please visit

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218 A George III silver table snuff box, of substantial proportions, hinged cover, chased borders of flowering and fruiting foliage, the base centred by a rectangular panel brightcut engraved with radiating lines, hinged cover, gilt interior, 9.5cm wide, Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1817 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

227 A George V silver and enamel circular rouge box, hinged cover decorated in polychrome with a cottage in a winding country lane, 4cm diam, Henry Clifford Davis, Birmingham 1924 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 228 A George V silver baluster sugar caster, of substantial gauge and 18th century design, knop finial, pierced bell shaped cover engraved with diapers, domed circular foot, 18cm high, Birmingham 1925, 11oz £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

219 A George III silver three piece half-fluted boat shaped tea service, comprising teapot, milk jug and sugar basin, acanthus-capped angular scroll handles, ball feet, gilt interiors, the teapot with flush-hinged cover and knop finial, 27.5cm long, London 1816; a pair of sugar associated King’s pattern sugar bows, London 1818 (4), 41oz gross £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

229 A George V silver circular waiter, of George III design, fluted border, C-scroll feet, pad feet, 20.5cm diam, R & W Sorley (Glasgow retailed), Sheffield 1936, 11.5oz

220 A George IV Fiddle pattern basting spoon, 30.5cm long, John, Henry & Charles Lias, London 1826; a pair of George V silver salad servers, Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1910; other flatware, various forms, patterns, dates and makers (qty), 151oz gross £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

The inscription reads: MV Silver Fox 1st May 1937.The waiter commemorates the launch of MV Silver Fox built as Rosneath in 1938 by James A Silver Ltd., as a twin diesel motor yacht, order no. 165227, one of a series. Recently Silver Cloud was offered for sale for £30,000. £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

221 A George IV rounded rectangular silver snuff box, the hinged cover centred by a C-scroll presentation cartouche inscribed Woodhouse, Presented to Mr Joseph Potter, Jany. 18th 1849 by the Ratepayers, on a field of wriggle-work, conforming base, reeded sides, shaped thumbpiece, gilt interior, 7.5cm wide, maker’s mark TP, London 1828 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

230 A George V silver Corinthian column table lamp, stepped square base with beaded border, fitted for electricity, 45cm high, London 1910 £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 231 A George V silver four piece boat shaped tea service, comprising teapot, water jug, milk jug and sugar basin, gadrooned borders, scroll-capped handles, ball feet, the tea and water pots with ebony fittings, the latter 21.5cm high, John Hunt, London 1911, 46oz gross £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

222 A George IV silver half-fluted pedestal cream jug, gadrooned everted rim, acanthus scroll handle, 13.5cm long, London 1827; a George V silver porringer and cover, of 17th century design, scroll capped handles, 15cm wide, Stokes & Ireland, Chester 1927 (2), 12oz gross £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

232 A George V silver magnifying glass, of typical form, 18cm long, London 1912 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

223 A George V novelty silver and cast metal clockwork counter-top bell, cast as a tortoise standing, cast iron and mixed metal body, silver shell, Gray & Sons, Chester 1912, 14.5cm long £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

233 A George V silver oval inkwell, hinged domed cover, spreading base, 15cm wide, A J Zimmerman & Co, Birmingham 1924; a George V silver rectangular cigarette box, the hinged cover engine turned, cedar lined, 18cm wide, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1929; a George V silver curved rounded rectangular hip flask, 9cm wide, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1926 (3) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

224 A George V rose gold mounted silver rounded rectangular vesta box, foliate thumbpiece, striker to base, gilt interior, 5.5cm wide, Thomas Callow & Son, London 1919 £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

234 A George V silver rounded rectangular table cigarette box, quite plain, hinged cover, 17cm wide, A J Zimmerman, Birmingham c.1920 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

225 A George V Scottish silver circular inkwell, of 18th century design, 7.5cm diam, Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh 1916 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 226 A George V silver and enamel circular compact, hinged cover decorated in polychrome with a thatched cottage, gilt interior, 5cm diam, Birmingham 1934 £200 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% Please note each lot is subject to

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235 235 A George V silver rounded rectangular two-handled serving tray, gadrooned border, shell and leafy scroll handles, crested and inscribed Presented to Robt. MacGregor Esq., General Manager, By the staff of The Rhodesia Trading Co Ltd on the Occasion of His Retirement as a token of Esteem and Regard to their Chief, Salisbury Nov. 1913, 73cm over handles, Chester 1912, 99oz £700 - £900 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

238 A George V silver spreading octagonal sugar caster, urnular knop finial, pierced domed cover, 16.5cm high, London 1922, 4oz £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 239 A George V silver three piece melon-fluted tea service, comprising teapot, milk jug and sugar basin, each with raised pierced crenellated border, scroll handles, the teapot 27cm long, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1914, 36.5oz gross £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 240 A George V silver two handled bowl, planished overall, pierced rim, the feet with ram’s head terminals and hoof feet, 26cm diam, London 1933, 14oz £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 241 A George V silver two handled shaped rectangular serving tray, quite plain, piecrust border, 58cm wide, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1930, 64oz £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 242 A George V silver two-handled shaped oval serving tray, quite plain, C-scroll piecrust border, pierced handles, 67cm wide, Elkington & Co, London 1912, 114oz £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

236 236 A George V silver sauce boat, of substantial gauge, cast in the Rococo taste with a border of leafy scrolls, acanthus-capped scroll handle, conforming feet, 20cm long, Carrington & Co., London 1912, 15oz £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

243 A George VI silver and blue enamel cigarette case and matchbox sleeve, each engine turned and applied with a coronet, the case 8.5cm wide, Barber Brothers Silver Ltd, Birmingham 1940 (2) £300 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

237 A George V silver shaped circular salver, of George III design, quite plain, piecrust border, wrapped knurl feet, 48cm diam, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1927, 78oz £600 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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244 A George VI silver-gilt solar monstrance or ostensorium, the sunburst centred by the glazed luna, hinged door to verso enclosing a frame for the Host, crested by a crucifix, the column chased with fleur-de-lys and diapers, centred by a girdle, spreading circular plinth base, 57cm high, maker’s mark L.E.P. & Co, Birmingham 1937, 55.5oz gross £600 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

248 A large 19th century Continental silver waisted cylindrical table vase, chased with courtly lovers in a Medieval setting, above a band of stiff acanthus, 24.5cm high, import marks for Chester 1900, 14oz £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 249 A large early 20th century silver and enamel bun shaped box and cover, decorated in polychrome with roses on a pale lemon engine turned ground, gilt interior, 12cm diam, import marks for London 1911 £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

245 A German silver fluted rectangular sucrier, hinged cover, outswept feet, 15cm wide, 800 standard, halbmond und krone mark, 8oz £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

250 A large early Victorian silver shaped rectangular snuff box, engine turned and engraved with leafy scrolls, flowers and fruiting branches, hinged cover, gilt interior, Edward Smith, Birmingham 1848 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

246 A graduated pair of George V silver sauce boats, of 18th century design, capped flying-scroll handles, hoof feet, 18.5cm long, James Deakin & Son, Sheffield 1910, 13oz £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 247 A Jewish silver kiddush or wine cup, the bowl cast in relief with script, the verso with wirework fruiting vine, the stepped pedestal base with tiered bands of wirework spheres, 13.5cm high, stamped Dugma Sterling, Made in Israel, mid-20th century £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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251 A large Edwardian silver half-fluted monteith, shaped rim with C-scrolls above vacant cartouches, lion mask handles, 25.5cm wide, retailed by Aird & Thomson, Glasgow. Richard Martin & Ebenezer Hall, Sheffield 1901, 37oz £1500 - £1800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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252 252 A large George II Provincial silver half-fluted bell shaped porringer, scroll handles, domed fluted foot, 13.5cm high, Isaac Cookson, Newcastle c.1745, 13oz £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

255 255 A late 19th century French Gothic Revival silver-gilt and Limoges enamel ‘calice tulipe’ chalice, the cup applied with filigree cage work quatrefoils and centred by flowerheads above a frieze of anthemions, the columnar stem chased with floral sprays and centred by a girdle with inset enamel flowerhead medallions in tones of pink and white on a blue ground, the lobed hexafoil foot in the Medieval taste and applied with three enamel lozenges with Christ on the Cross, the Virgin Mary and St. Philip of Neri holding his emblematic white lilies, 24.5cm high, Louis Gille, Lyons, c. 1880, 14.5oz gross £600 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

253 253 A large George V silver mounted fluted ovoid scent bottle, hinged domed bayonet cover, ovoid scent bottle, silver collar with hinged cover, the side cut with four star motifs, 22cm high, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1929 £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

256 A late Victorian silver half-fluted helmet shaped cream jug, scroll handle, 10cm high, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1900; a sugar basin, similar, Sheffield 1896 (2), 8oz gross £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

254 A late 18th century silver navette shaped toothpick case, bright-cut engraved overall, hinged cover, 9cm wide, c.1790 £180 - £220 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

257 A late Victorian silver mounted dimpled quartered decanter, waisted body, four spouted shoulder, ornate pierced silver mounts, William Comyns, London 1986, 20.5cm high £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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265 258 A late Victorian/Edwardian silver heart shaped trinket box, chased overall with flowerheads and scrolling foliage, hinged cover, gilt interior, 5cm wide, Oetzmann & Co, Birmingham 1901 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

263 A of set of six Victorian silver napkin rings, embossed in relief, depicting exotic birds amongst scrolling acanthus leaves, each cartouche with consecutive number, London 1896 (206g gross) £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

259 A Maltese silver model, of a sailing yacht, ebonised oval plinth, 917 standard, 16.5cm high £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

264 A pair of 18th century Dutch silver-gilt toy miniature candle snuffers or scissors, 7.5cm long, c.1760 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

260 A matched pair of George II/III silver cauldron salts, hoof feet, blue glass liners, 6cm diam, London 1755 & 1777; an Anglo-Indian silver quaich, lug handles, 8cm wide, Hamilton & Co, Calcutta; a pair of Edwardian silver trumpet shaped specimen vases, wavy rims, spreading circular bases, 13cm high, London 1902 (5) £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

265 A pair of American silver shaped circular wine coasters, chased with leafy C-scrolls, anthemions and flowers, draught-turned bird’s eye maple bases, 19cm diam, Gorham, c.1900 £500 - £700 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 266 A pair of Art Deco silver conical mantel vases, quite plain, gilt interiors, 21cm high, Birmingham 1920/21 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

261 A Norwegian silver bucket shaped beaker, engraved with wriggle-work, three ball feet, 5cm high, 18th/early 19th century £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

267 A pair of Arts and Crafts silver candlesticks, each with shallow sconce and ‘barley twist’ column, dished bases, 15.5cm high, A & J Zimmerman, Birmingham 1929 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

262 A Norwegian silver quaich, chased bowl, lug handles engraved with acanthus, 10cm wide, 18th/early 19th century £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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268 A pair of Chinese silver ogee coffee cups and saucers, bright-cut engraved with bamboo and blossoming prunus, gilt interiors, the saucers, 10cm diam, Wang Hing & Co, Hong Kong, c.1890 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 269 A pair of Continental silver novelty peppers, cast as garden birds, 5.5cm high £300 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

274 274 A pair of Edwardian silver table candlesticks, of George II design, detachable nozzles, knopped pillars, fluted shaped square bases, anthemions to angles, 25.5cm high, Thomas A Scott, Sheffield 1906 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

270 270 A pair of early 19th century French Empire silver ecclesiastical altar cruets, for Eucharist wine and water, each cast in the Classical taste as baluster ewers and alternately embossed with fruiting vine and bulrushes, finials conforming, scroll handles with floral thumbpiece, pedestal bases with acanthus frieze, 7cm high, Paris 1819 - 1838, 11.5oz £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

275 A pair of Edwardian silver wick scissors, 14cm long, Sheffield 1904, cased; a set of six George VI silver and enamel coffee spoons, each bowl brightly decorated to verso, bean terminals, Birmingham 1950, cased £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

271 A pair of Edwardian Adam Revival silver table candlesticks, detachable nozzles, debased Corinthian capitals, cylindrical pillars, spreading square bases, beaded borders, 27cm high, Mappin & Webb, London 1904 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

276 A pair of George I silver bowed canted rectangular trencher salts, quite plain, 8cm wide, George Beale, London 1722 £700 - £900 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

272 A pair of Edwardian silver batwing shaped sweetmeat dishes, pierced and embossed with flowers, crimped borders, 13cm wide, Birmingham 1903 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

277 A pair of George II and later cast silver candelabra, detachable nozzles, reel-shaped sconces, scroll branches, knopped pillars, shaped square bases with scrolling anthemions to angles, 39.5cm high overall, the bases William Cafe, London 1754, the tops London 1889 & 1893, 81oz gross £2000 - £3000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

273 A pair of Edwardian silver candlesticks, campana sconces with detachable nozzles, tapered stems, domed circular bases, reeded borders, 18cm high, Sheffield 1904 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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278 A pair of George III silver circular wine coasters, pierced borders with ropetwist rims, hardwood bases, 13.5cm diam, maker IW, London 1773 £1200 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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279 279 A pair of George III silver oval tureens or entrée dishes, domed covers with knop finials, gadrooned borders, acanthus scroll handles, 39cm wide, William Pitts & Joseph Preedy, London 1799, 103oz gross

282 A pair of late Victorian silver trumpet shaped mantel vases, embossed with ribbon-tied flowering branches and spiral flutes, domed circular bases, 19cm high, Birmingham 1901 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

Heraldry: Arms of Ince £2000 - £3000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

283 A pair of rare 18th century Dutch silver miniature tea caddies, each chased in the chinoiserie taste with Chinese figures, 4.5cm high, maker’s mark VS, c.1760 £1200 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 284 A pair of silver Corinthian column candlesticks, detachable sconces, spreading cylindrical columns, shaped square bases, beaded borders, 25cm high, Sheffield, 1936 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 285 A pair of Victorian silver candlesticks, embossed in the 18th century taste with shepherds amongst scrolling foliage, 16.5cm high, William Comyns, London 1898/1900 £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 286 A pair of Victorian silver mounted cut-glass globular oil and vinegar bottles, prismatic stoppers, scroll handles, 16.5cm high, London 1897 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 287 A pair of Victorian silver novelty peppers, as flower buds, screw-fitting covers, 8.5cm long, George Heath, London 1884 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

280 280 A pair of George III style silver navette shaped table candlesticks, detachable nozzles, tapered pillars, stepped bases, 30cm high, London 1966 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

288 A pair of Victorian silver spirally fluted bowls, gilt interiors, 11.5cm diam, Lambert, London 1880, 12.5oz £250 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

281 A pair of George V silver oval pedestal sauce tureens, flying-scroll handles, domed oval bases, 18cm wide, Birmingham 1921, 14.5oz gross £200 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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290 A Queen Anne silver half-fluted porringer, slightly flared rim a rope-twist girdle and a cartouche, S-scroll handles, 16cm wide, maker LO, London 1709, 4.5oz £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 291 A rare George II/III Provincial silver oval snuff box, push-fitting cover, 8.5cm wide, Richard Richardson II, Chester c.1750 £1200 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 292 A Russian silver and cloisonné enamel spoon, twisted stem, the bowl-back and terminal brightly decorated in polychrome, 11.5cm long, 88 zolotnik, Kokoshnik mark, c.1896 - 1908 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

289 289 A Queen Anne Britannia silver spreading cylindrical chocolate pot, hinged cover with stirring aperture, hinged cover to spout, scroll-capped fruitwood handle, skirted base, crested, 27cm high, maker SN, London c.1706, 27.5oz gross

293 293 A Russian silver rounded rectangular cigarette case, hinged cover in relief with a peasant boy and the object of his affections, swans on the river beside them, gilt interior, 11.5cm wide, 84 zolotnik, kokoshnik mark, first half 20th century £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

Heraldry: Arms of widow of the family of Mainwaring of Over Peover, Cheshire, Barts, probably Diana Mainwaring, widow from 1726 of Henry Mainwaring. The family seat was Peover Hall, Over Peover, Cheshire £3000 - £4000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

294 A Russian silver rounded rectangular vesta case, engraved with a bracket of leafy scrolls, hinged cover, striker to base, 4cm long, St Petersburg c.1890 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 295 A Scandinavian silver four piece melon shaped tea and coffee service, comprising teapot, coffee pot, cream jug and sugar basin, hinged covers, scroll handles, outswept cartouche shaped feet, the coffee pot 25.5cm high, 830 standard, 48oz £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 296 A set of four silver salts, half fluted, ball feet, spoons ensuite, Harwood, Plante & Harrison, Birmingham 1886, cased £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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298 297 A set of six George III silver boat shaped salts, reeded acanthus borders, ball feet, 9.5cm wide, Solomon Hougham, London 1811 £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

301 A Spanish silver oval snuff box, hinged cover embossed in the 18th century taste with a courtship scene, the border and side with flowers and foliage, gilt interior, 6cm wide £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

298 A set of three George III silver rectangular tea caddies, hinged and push-fitting covers, bud finials, gadrooned borders, each engraved with a band of foliage, 14cm high, maker WA, London 1762, 39oz gross £3000 - £4000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 299 A silver thistle shaped mug, embossed with stiff acanthus leaves, scroll handle, 9cm high, Josiah Williams & Co (George Maudsley Jackson & David Landsborough Fullerton), London 1898, 6.3oz, morocco case £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 300 A small George III silver rectangular vinaigrette, chased with foliate scrolls, pierced grille, 2.5cm wide, Birmingham 1839; another (2) £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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302 302 A Spanish silver shaped oval sideboard dish, chased with leafy C and S-scrolls, 40cm wide, 18th/19th century, 14.5oz £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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310 A Victorian silver cylindrical pounce pot, pierced cover, gilt interior, crested, 6cm high, Susanna Cook, London 1853 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 311 A Victorian silver cylindrical sugar caster, chased overall with scrolling foliage, pierced screw-fitting cover, 14.5cm high, Horace Woodward & Co, London 1899, 4oz; a Victorian silver two-handled sugar basin,14.5cm wide, London 1888; (2), 4oz gross; a silver coloured metal presentation figure, 14.5cm high, c.1912 (3) £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 312 A Victorian silver flared cylindrical table vase, spirallyfluted and chased with flowers and foliage, domed skirted base, 20cm high, Charles Stuart Harris, London 1891, 9oz £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

303 303 A substantial Elizabeth II cast silver stirrup cup, as the head of a fox, flared rim, gilt interior, 16.5cm long. London 1973, 20oz £1500 - £2000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

313 A Victorian silver gilt pedestal sweetmeat dish, pierced and embossed with floral oval roundels and husk swags, 19.5cm diam, Birmingham 1898, 7oz; a Victorian globular teapot, embossed with flowers and scrolls, flower finial, 15cm high, marks rubbed, 13oz; etc (3) £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

304 A Swedish silver circular bowl, planished overall, 16cm diam, MGAB, c.1984, 9oz £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 305 A Swedish silver conical bowl, quite plain, 22.5cm diam, c.1933, 8oz £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

314 A Victorian silver half-fluted oval bachelor’s teapot, hinged domed cover, scroll-capped handle, 23cm long, Sheffield 1894; a George V silver hot water pot, 22cm high, E Viner, Sheffield 1931 (2), 34.5oz gross £250 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

306 A Swedish silver flared table vase, skirted base, 17cm high, Einar Bohlin, Linkoping, c.1948, 12oz £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 307 A Victorian bachelor three piece tea set, embossed with foliate scrolls, angular handle, John Edward Wilmot, Birmingham 1900, 18oz £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

315 A Victorian silver half-fluted oval cream jug, angular scroll handle, 10.5cm long, Sheffield 1893; a sugar basket, similar, Sheffield 1919; a shaped circular sugar basin, wavy rim, lion monopodia, 9.5cm diam, London 1911; a pitcher cream jug, London c.1925 (4), 10.5oz gross £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

308 A Victorian silver aide memoire, engine turned and engraved with scrolling foliage, 6.5cm long, Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1849 £200 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

316 A Victorian silver hexagonal child’s mug, engraved with acanthus and C-scrolls, skirted base, double-scroll handle, 9cm high, London 1852 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

309 A Victorian silver and enamel rounded rectangular novelty vesta case, decorated in polychrome with a racehorse and jockey, hinged cover, 4cm over loop, Joseph Hayes Taylor, Birmingham 1881 £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

317 A Victorian silver mounted cattle horn mull-form vinaigrette, hinged cover chased with Scottish thistles and claw set, enclosing a pierced grille, 5cm long, J W Kirwan & Co, Birmingham 1876 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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324 A Victorian silver shaped circular salver, fluted flowerhead and leafy scroll border, the field bright-cut engraved with a Rococo reserve, cartouche shaped lion paw feet, 37cm diam, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1895, 29oz £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 325 A Victorian silver shaped circular salver, quite plain, piecrust borders, acanthus wrapped knurl feet, 25.5cm diam, London 1897, 18oz £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 326 A Victorian silver spreading circular mustard, in the Christopher Dresser taste, hinged cover with knop finial, loop handle, bun feet, blue glass liner, 7.5cm diam, Charles Frederick Hancock, London 1872; a George V silver cream jug, of Regency design, gadrooned border with acanthus scrolls and anthemions to angles, acanthus-capped handle, bun feet, 16cm long, William & Charles Sissons, Sheffield 1914; a cream jug and sugar bowl, William Aitken, Birmingham 1912 (4), 13oz £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 327 A Victorian silver three piece half-fluted oval tea service, comprising teapot, milk jug and sugar basin, the teapot inscribed ‘Quorn Hunt Puppy Walk 1898, 1st Prize, Presented by the Earl of Lonsdale, to S. Allsopp of Hoton for Puppy Dog Minstrel, hinged domed cover, angular scroll handles, 24.5cm long, Barnards, London 1896 & 1898, 27oz gross £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

318 318 A Victorian silver novelty cigar lighter, as a hunting horn, weighted base, 19.5cm high, Josepg Braham, London 1890 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

328 A Victorian tapering cylindrical scent bottle, embossed with figures and foliage, domed cover, 28.5cm long, London 1894 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

319 A Victorian silver novelty combination matchbox sleeve, taperstick and go-to-bed, scroll handle, 8.5cm long, Rd. No. 313529, Samuel Jacob, London 1897 £120 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 320 A Victorian silver oval two-handled serving tray, the field with a broad bright-cut and wrigglework engraved band, beaded borders, 62.5cm over handles, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1892, 85oz £500 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 321 A Victorian silver pedestal bowl, batwing fluted, domed foot conforming, 25.5cm diam, James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1897, 30.5oz £250 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 322 A Victorian silver pedestal goblet, wriggle-work engraved with bands of Greek key, knopped stem, domed circular foot, 14.5cm high, Hilliard & Thomason, Birmingham 1881 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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329 A William III silver spreading cylindrical mug, reeded rim above a conforming girdle and skirted base, beaded scroll handle, 11cm high, maker IC above a star, London 1694, 9.5oz £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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330 A William IV silver gilt oval vinaigrette, engine turned, pierced grille, 5cm long, Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1835 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

336 An 18th century Dutch silver square salver, quite plain, beaded border, pierced bracket feet, 25.5cm wide, maker RR. c.1770, 19oz £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

331 A William IV silver gilt vinaigrette, rectangular vacant cartouche, engine turned, pierced grille, 3cm wide, Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1836 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 332 A William IV silver novelty vinaigrette, as a purse, wriggle-work engraved overall, hinged cover, gilt interior with grille, 2.5cm wide, Thomas Shaw, Birmingham 1831 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 333 A William IV silver rectangular castle top visiting card case, cast with two topographical and architectural elevations of Warwick Castle, chased with scrolling leafy foliage, hinged cover, 10cm long, Taylor & Perry, Birmingham 1831 £700 - £900 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 334 A William IV silver two-branch adjustable student’s lamp, ring handle, domed base with ribbon-wrapped reeded borders, 62.5cm high, Creswick & Co, Sheffield 1837 £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 335 An 18th century Continental Rococo silver shaped serpentine snuff box, of substantial gauge, hinged cover chased with putti in an Arcadian landscape, the base with a flutist serenading animals, gilt interior, 7cm wide, c.1750 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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337 An 18th century French silver meat skewer, loose ring terminal, 35cm long overall, c.1770 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

342 An Art Deco silver mug, flared rim, scroll-capped handle, broad skirted base, 9cm high, William Neale, Birmingham 1920, 7.5oz £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

338 An 18th century silver teardrop shaped nutmeg grater, quite plain, hinged covers, steel rasp, 2.5cm high £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 339 An 18th century Swedish silver conical beaker, gilt interior, fluted skirted base, 8.5cm high £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 340 An American silver pocket photograph frame, engraved with scrolling foliage, hinged cover enclosing two oval apertures, the interior inscribed James Rhodes Sheldon Jr., First Lieut C.A.R.C., Battery C., 68th Artillery U.S. Army, June 28th 1918, From his loving Peggy, 7cm long, c.1918 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

343 343 An Art Deco silver rectangular cigar box, hinged cover engine turned and flanked by two broad bands, shaped thumbpiece, 17cm wide, Sampson Mordan & Co, London 1925 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

344 344 An Art Deco silver rectangular cigarette box, hinged stepped cover, geometric angles and feet, cedar lined twin compartment interior, 18.5cm wide, Adie Brothers Ltd, Birmingham 1947 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 345 An Art Deco silver two-handled pedestal bowl, geometric handles, reeded girdle, domed foot, 19cm wide, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1926, 8oz £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 346 An Arts & Crafts silver bowed circular bowl, openscroll handles, 29cm wide, S. Blanckensee & Son Ltd., Chester 1939, 30.5oz £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 341 341 An Art Deco design Continental silver recipe cocktail shaker, rotating mechanism with rectangular aperture, 25cm high, 800 standard, 12.5oz £1200 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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347 347 An Arts & Crafts silver and enamel circular bowl, embossed with verse Carpe diem quam minimum credula postero and applied with oval bisected fossil motifs centred by pearl shells, ball feet, 22cm diam, maker LD, London 1916, 14.5oz £1500 - £1800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

348 An Austrian silver and enamel scallop-shaped box, the hinged cover decorated in colourful polychrome enamels with a Renaissance lutist, the border with alternating faux turquoise enamel reserves and chased leafy scrolls, enclosing a silver-gilt interior, the base with a further profusion of leafy scrolls, 9cm wide, stamped 800, early 20th century £200 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 349 An Austrian silver and enamel sweetmeat basket, engine turned in faux-weave and decorated in polychrome with ribbon-tied flowering swags on an opaque ground, 7cm diam, c.1925 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 350 An early 19th century French silver rounded rectangular vinaigrette, hinged cover, the gilt interior with pierced and engraved grille, 2.5cm wide, c.1820 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 351 An early 19th century Scottish Provincial silver oval snuff mull, hinged cover, 6.5cm high, maker’s mark struck twice WC, dated 1821; a 19th century Scottish silver coloured metal mounted cattle horn snuff mull, of typical curled form, hinged cover, inscribed Present for John Wylie Potter **, 10cm long, dated 1839 (2) £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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352 An early 20th century French silver miniature carriage clock, by L Leroy & Cie, Paris, 3.5cm circular enamel dial, Arabic numerals, 14-day movement with platform escapement, bun feet, 6.5cm high, c.1910 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 353 An early 20th century silver and enamel rounded rectangular pocket cigarette case, hinged cover with rectangular reserve decorated in polychrome with a young lady and gentleman playing tennis, gilt interior, 9.5cm long, import marks for Birmingham 1910 £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 354 An early 20th century silver novelty cream jug, as Mr Punch, gilt interior, 8.5cm high, import marks for Chester 1911 £150 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 355 An early 20th century Swedish silver milk jug and sucrier, spirally fluted and chased in the Rococo taste with leafy scrolls, cabriole legs, the sucrier 11cm wide, c.1910, 8oz £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 356 An early 20th century Swedish silver shaped oval serving tray, the field engraved with an official building, 60cm wide, c.1927, 72.5oz £700 - £900 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

359 359 An early George III silver baluster coffee pot, hinged domed cover with spiral knop finial, capped double-scroll handle, skirted base, 24cm high, Francis Crump, London 1764, 21oz gross £700 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

357 An early George I Britannia silver circular bowl, quite plain, moulded circular foot, 11cm diam, William Flemming, London 1715, 3.5oz £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

360 An early George III silver chamberstick, cylindrical sconce, dished base with milled border, conical extinguisher, capped flying-scroll handle, crested, 13.5cm diam, London 1765, 7oz £250 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

358 An early George II silver oval tobacco box, raised pushfitting cover inscribed A present from Miss Frances Hillto Mr Thomas Harman, 10cm wide, Edward Cornock, London 1729 £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% For more images please visit

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364 An early Victorian silver shaped circular salver, fluted scroll and stiff leaf border, the field chased and engraved with scrolling foliage, scales and diapers, cartouche shaped feet, crested, 26cm diam, Charles Reily & George Storer, London 1839, 13oz £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

361 361 An early Victorian Rococo Revival silver tea caddy, profusely chased in the Chinoiserie taste with Chinese figures and pagodas, hinged cover, 12cm high, Joseph Angell I & Joseph Angell II, London 1840, 10.5oz £1200 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

365 365 An early Victorian silver shaped circular swinghandled pedestal cake dish, embossed with scrolling acanthus and diapers, fluted foot, 25cm diam, Henry Wilkinson & Co, Sheffield 1844, 18.5oz £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

362 An early Victorian silver cylindrical mug, acanthus scroll handle, the base applied in the Rococo Revival taste with flowers and scrolls, 9cm high, Barnards, London 1843, 5.5oz £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

366 An Edwardian Rococo Revival silver table centre epergne, comprising a shaped circular bowl above scrolling branches with two smaller conforming, pierced and applied with leafy scrolls, scroll feet, 61cm wide, Alexander Clark Manufacturing Co, Sheffield 1904, 58oz total £1500 - £2000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

363 An early Victorian silver novelty miniature chamber stick, as a vine leaf, the sconce with fruiting branches, 6.5cm wide, Taylor & Perry, Birmingham 1838 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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367 An Edwardian silver baluster sugar caster, knop finial, pierced bell shaped cover, domed foot, 17cm high, Deakin & Francis, Birmingham 1907; another, octagonal, Birmingham 1964 (2), 7.5oz £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

371 An Edwardian silver melon shaped casket, hinged engine turned cover, lion paw feet with acanthus to knees, 12cm diam, Daniel & John Wellby, London 1907, 8.5oz £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 372 An Edwardian silver pedestal punch bowl, embossed with a band of leafy scrolls and flowers, domed foot, 20.5cm diam, Alexander Clark & Co, Birmingham 1908, 14oz £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

368 An Edwardian silver canted square baluster sugar caster, knop finial, reeded borders, spreading foot, 21cm high, Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield 1906, 6.5oz £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

373 An Edwardian silver plated wine bottle holder, boat shaped hull body, cast with leaves and foliage swags, scrolled branch handle, stamped Minerva, 30cm long £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

369 An Edwardian silver cylindrical two-handled syphon or wine bottle stand, draught-turned base, 17cm high, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1902 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

374 An Edwardian silver rectangular easel photograph frame, ribbon cresting, 26.5cm high, Birmingham 1909 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

370 An Edwardian silver fluted teapot, hinged domed cover, shaped handle, paw feet, ebonised fittings, 28cm long, Sheffield 1909; a hot water pot, to match, Birmingham 1925 (2), 36oz gross £250 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

375 An Edwardian silver rounded rectangular vesta case, of deep proportions, engraved Best, hinged cover, striker to base, 5.5cm long, Birmingham 1903 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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376 An Edwardian silver sauce boat, of George III design, shaped everted rim, acanthus capped flying scroll handle, hoof feet with shells to knees, 17.5cm long, Daniel & Arter, Birmingham 1907, 8.5oz £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 377 An Edwardian silver shaped circular salver, fluted piecrust border, the field engraved with leafy scrolls, hoof feet, 26.5cm diam, Barker Brothers, Chester 1908, 17oz £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 378 An Edwardian silver standing salt, after a Renaissance model, the shell bowl crested by a figure, knopped stem and domed foot chased with shells and strapwork, 26.5cm high, Carrington & Co, London 1905, 9.5oz £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 379 An Edwardian silver three-piece half fluted oval tea service, comprising teapot, milk jug and two handled sugar basin, angular scroll handles, the teapot with ebonised fittings, 26cm long, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1903, 30oz gross £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

385 385 An Elizabeth II silver novelty table centrepiece, as a fairground carousel, the upper tier with animals, the lower with three detachable sweetmeat dishes, 34cm high, Sheffield 1980, 49oz £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

380 An Egyptian silver novelty box, as a water fowl, hinged cover, 15.5cm long, 8.5oz £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

386 An Elizabeth II silver pedestal wine goblet, bright-cut engraved with a band of scrolling foliage, gilt interior, domed circular foot, 17.5cm high, Mappin & Webb, Birmingham 1967, 8.5oz £120 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

381 An Elizabeth II parcel-gilt silver and enamel Communion chalice, of double-conical form, the central band textured and applied with roundels, the base inscribed This Cup is the New Testament in My Blood Which is Shed for You, 28cm high, maker MCA, London 1966, 13.5oz £500 - £700 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

387 An Elizabeth II silver rectangular cigarette box, engine turned overall, hinged cover with leafy scroll border, bracket feet, 21cm wide, Birmingham 1985 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

382 An Elizabeth II parcel-gilt silver model or diorama, as a miniature shotgun resting on branch, spent cartridges beside, silver cartouche, wooden base, glass dome, 20cm wide, Arthur Price, Birmingham 1988 £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

388 An Elizabeth II silver wine taster, made in 18th century design for Italvini London, 9.5cm over handle, London 1978 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

383 An Elizabeth II parcel-gilt silver urn clock, made to commemorate The Royal Wedding of The Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer 29th July 1981, domed cover enclosing a horizontal winding mechanism, silvered chapter inscribed with Roman numerals, above armorial crest and chain-link swags supported by lion masks, circular base, 28cm high, limited edition no.74/210, London 1981, cased £1500 - £2000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

389 An Indian octagonal silver box, chased in panels with panels of stylised animals amongst scrolling foliage, 12cm diameter, maker’s mark KA*, c.1900; a pair of napkin rings, similar (3) £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 390 An Indian silver circular bowl, profusely chased with animals and dense scrolling foliage, 10cm diam, 19th century; an Indian silver vase, chased in relief with scrolling leaves, spreading foot, 7.5cm high (2), 10oz £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

384 An Elizabeth II silver and enamel octagonal sweetheart powder compact, hinged cover engine turned and applied with RAF wings, enclosing a mirror, engine turned base, 8cm wide, Birmingham 1959 £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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392 An Indian silver pedestal bowl, typically chased with a continuous band of animals and birds, domed foot, 19cm diam, c.1900, 24oz £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 393 An Indian/Middle Eastern silver wine or teapot, in the Islamic taste, chased overall with stylised lotus, hinged domed cover, 12.5cm wide, c.1850, 13oz £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 394 An Iranian silver sucrier and cover, chased in the typical Persian taste with dense flowers and foliage, shaped scroll handles, 15.5cm wide, 900 standard; a vase and jug, similar (3), 18oz £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 395 Asprey & Co - an Art Deco silver patent cigarette case, engine turned, the ejector mechanism with cabochon set thumbpiece, 8cm wide, import mark for London 1926 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 396 Buccellati - an Italian silver shell shaped dish, planished overall, signed, 15cm wide £200 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 397 Fabergé - a Russian silver and cloisonné enamel oval nail buffer, decorated in polychrome with flowers and scrolls picked out in gilt on a blue ground, 12cm wide, 84 zolotnik kokoshnik mark £700 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 398 Georg Jensen - a pair of Danish silver globular condiments, salt and pepper, 4cm high, design no. 632 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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399 Guild of Handicraft - an Arts & Crafts conical strainer, 9cm long, London 1900 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 400 Judaica - a 19th century silver filigree spice tower, bun feet, 26cm high £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 401 Judaica - a William IV silver spice box, as an obelisk, square base, 11cm high, Benjamin Smith III, London 1833 £1200 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 402 Local Military Interest - a George V silver lobed circular salver, the field inscribed with Regimental insignia and inscribed Presented to Capt. J.W.S. Fletcher by the Officers 5th Bn. Sherwood Foresters on the Occasion of his Marriage, July 22nd 1939, outswept feet, 31cm diam, Aitken Brothers, Sheffield 1938, 24.5oz £250 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 404

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403 Matthew Boulton - a George III silver cylindrical hot water pot, domed cover with ball finial, gadrooned rim, scrollcapped ebonised handle, 19cm high, Birmingham 1812, 18oz £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

415 Wine Labels - a Victorian silver oval wine label, Brandy, beaded border, engraved lettering, 4.5cm wide, Henry Holland, London 1868 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

404 Modern Design - a German silver rocket shaped bottle stand, deep spreading base, 25cm high, halbmond und krone mark, .800 standard, mid-20th century, 31oz £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

416 Wine Labels - a Victorian silver oval wine label, Claret, engraved lettering, 4cm wide, Edward Ker Reid, London 1881 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 417 Wine Labels - a Victorian silver rounded rectangular wine label, Sherry, reeded border, 4cm wide, Roberts & Belk, Sheffield 1867 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

405 Modern Design - a Swedish silver oval bowl, lightly planished overall, flared foot, 18.5cm wide, Olle Friedman, c.1985, 9oz £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

418 Wine Labels - a Victorian silver wine label, Sherry, embossed with fruiting vine, 7cm wide, John Gammage, Birmingham 1875 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

406 Stuart Devlin (1931 - 1018) - a pair of Elizabeth II parcel-gilt silver condiments, comprising compressed baluster salt and pepper, textured tops, 5cm high, London 1976 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 407 Tiffany & Co - an American silver rounded rectangular travelling soap box, quite plain, hinged cover, gilt interior, 9.5cm wide, c.1900 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

419 Wine Labels - a William IV silver canted rectangular wine label, Port, reeded border, Charles Rawlings & William Summers, London 1832 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

408 Wine Labels - a George III silver crescent shaped wine label, Port, 4cm wide, Margaret Binley, London c.1770 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

420 Wine Labels - an early George III silver batcartouche shaped wine label, Port, engraved lettering, maker TH, London c.1765 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

409 Wine Labels - a George III silver curved rectangular wine label, Port, engraved lettering, 5cm wide, John Reily, London 1812 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 410 Wine Labels - a George III silver rectangular wine label, Brandy, gadrooned anthemion border, 4.5cm wide, Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1797 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 411 Wine Labels - a George III silver rounded rectangular wine label, Claret, reeded anthemion border, 4.5cm wide, John Reily, London 1819 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 412 Wine Labels - a George III silver rounded rectangular wine label, Port, threaded border, 4.5cm wide, John Rich, London 1809 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

421 421 A Fabergé silver-gilt, guiloché enamel and diamond set oblong cigarette case, enamelled throughout in wavy alternating tones of rich red within laureate gilt borders, the hinged cover with a diamond-set thumbpiece, enclosing a gilt interior, the inner cover with later presentation inscription: L.C.O., March 1st 1936, retailed by Cartier, the inner lip stamped, fitted red morocco case en suite, 7.5cm long, the cover and case struck twice with marks for 88 zolotnik with kokoshnik headdress looking right and alpha lettering, workmaster's mark of August Hollming, Fabergé, St. Petersburg, Imperial Russia, 1908 - 1913. £5000 - £7000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

413 Wine Labels - a George IV silver rounded rectangular wine label, Madeira, reeded anthemion border, 4.5cm wide, John Reily, London 1822 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 414 Wine Labels - a George IV silver shaped rectangular cut-out wine label, Sherry, embossed gadrooned shell border, William King, London c.1820 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% Please note each lot is subject to

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Watches & Jewellery 440 A George V lady’s diamond set 18ct gold wristwatch, cream enamel dial, Arabic numerals, minute track, dial surrounded by a band of twenty two old round cut diamonds, estimated total diamond weight approx 1.32ct, manual wind movement, 18ct gold case, London 1912, expanding platinum and rose gold bracelet, indistinctly marked, poss 15ct, cased diameter 24mm, 21.7g gross, boxed £500 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 441 A Tudor Oyster Prince ‘Snowflake’ Submariner stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 6199, c. 1978, serial no 741xxx, rotating bezel, black dial with luminous markers, ‘snowflake’ hands and centre seconds, 25 jewel automatic movement, Oyster 7836 bracelet, bezel 40mm diam, original box and papers including bill of sale £3000 - £4000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 442 A Victorian 18ct gold centre seconds chronograph open faced pocket watch, 5cm enamel dial inscribed Argyle & Peake, Heanor, 50906, Roman numerals within an Arabic chapter marked out in three hundredths, key-wound movement, 8cm over loop, London 1882, 158g gross £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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443 443 A Victorian 18ct gold open faced fusée pocket watch, 4.5cm enamel dial inscribed with Roman numerals, seconds subsidiary, the key-wound movement signed Yeomans, Nottingham, no.12306, 7cm over loop, the case Josiah Barnett, London 1853, 118.3g gross £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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446 An Edwardian 18ct gold half hunter pocket watch, Payne & Son, Wallingford, white enamel dial, bold Roman numerals, minute track, subsidiary seconds, blued spade hands, button wind movement, serial No 531220, case William Ehrhardt, Birmingham 1902, 50mm diameter, 133.8g gross £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

444 An Art Deco diamond encrusted platinum cocktail bracelet watch, silvered textured dial, Arabic numerals, minute track, Swiss 15 jewel manual wind movement, all platinum case and fancy strap, encrusted with sixty-six round, rose and baguette cut diamonds, total estimated diamond weight approx 0.50ct, buckle clasp, slide lock, stamped all platinum made in England. 22.1g gross £450 - £550 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

447 A fine early 20th century Longines Doctors Chronograph pocket watch, white dial, Arabic numerals, minute track, two subsidiary registers, centre seconds, outer Gradue Pour 30 Pulsations scale in red, button wind movement, No 1973N, dust cover marked Longines 4 Grands Prix ParisParis, Milan, Brxelles, Chronographe Compteur, owl marked 18ct gold case, serial No 2245056, 51mm diameter, 89.2g gross £1500 - £2000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

450 450 An Edwardian diamond and turquoise bracelet, eight seven stone diamond set fancy 8 links, each divided by an oval turquoise cabochon, white and yellow metal mount, compression clasp, safety chain, 18cm long, 17.2g gross £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 445

451 A 19th century emerald and pearl flower head cluster ring, central rough cut emerald, surrounded by six half pearls, between open three stone emerald accented shoulders, unmarked yellow metal shank, size M, 2.1g gross £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

445 A lady’s Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust wristwatch, blue dial raised silver Roman numerals, date aperture, stainless steel case and bracelet, cased and boxed with original instruction booklet and purchase receipt dated 22/04/15 £1800 - £2500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

452 452 A 19th century rose cut diamond brooch, central row of five larger and eight small rose cut diamonds, surrounded by a nine section razor bar and arched frame, the whole encrusted with a total of sixty six old rough and rose cut diamonds, total estimated diamond weight approx 3.4ct, unmarked yellow metal frame, 58mm wide, 22.5g gross, associated case £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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455 455 A blue and white diamond ring, principle natural fancy blue round brilliant cut diamond, measuring approx 8.86mm x 8.92mm x 5.89mm, calculated diamond weight 3.04ct, above tapering shoulders, each inset with five trapezoid and eight round brilliant cut graduated diamonds, total estimated diamond weight approx 4.07ct, 18ct white gold shank, stamped 18K 750 D103, size N, 5g gross, with HRD Antwerp diamond certificate, No 15030637003, dated October 6th 2015 £1800 - £2200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

453 453 A 9ct gold diamond and ruby set hand crafted scooter, down swept handle bars, twin seats, spare tyre, rotating wheels, round brilliant cut diamond headlight, approx 0.30ct, pair of square cut vibrant red ruby tail lights, Birmingham 375 purity marks, 58mm long, 39.5g gross £800 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

456 A carved jadeite and white stone tablet pendant, decorated with Cranes and other birds amongst foliage to one side; the other lotus blossom and foliage, pierced suspension hole, 52mm x 33mm £700 - £900 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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454 A black agate cameo pendant brooch, Maiden’s head with flowing floral accented hair, surrounded by a green stone carved wreath frame, divided by ten diamond accented bands, 18ct gold frame and mount, worn London import marks, possibly 1981, 55mm drop, 24.3g gross £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

457 A carved pink coral enamelled fruiting vine brooch, composed of multi layer pink coral fruit and vines, yellow metal wire work frame with green enamelled leaves, unmarked yellow and white metal body, 63mm wide, 25g gross, cased £550 - £650 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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458 A carved shell cameo brooch, of a classical maiden within interlaced overlapping yellow metal frame, unmarked, 67mm x 57mm, 23.6g gross £450 - £550 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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459 A carved shell cameo pendant brooch, oval panel carved as a classical Maiden, ruffled collar, flowing dress, mounted in an 18ct gold frame, Sheffield 1975, 54mm x 42mm, 24.2g gross £250 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

466 A diamond and cultured pearl pendant necklace, large grey white cultured pearl drop, open floral central panel encrusted with fifty eight round cut diamond, total estimated diamond weight approx 1.0ct, suspended from an 18ct gold curb link chain necklace, compression clasp, stamped 750, 18K, 40cm long, 12.6g gross £450 - £550 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 467 A diamond and emerald trilogy ring, central cushion cut pale green emerald approx 0.62ct, flanked by a single old cut diamond either side, total estimated diamond weight approx 1.13ct, yellow metal shank, numbered 5426, size N, 3.8g gross £2000 - £2500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 468 A diamond and ruby twisting trilogy ring, central oval cut red ruby approx 0.50ct, flanked by a smaller round brilliant cut diamond either side, total estimated diamond weight approx 0.20ct, unmarked yellow metal shank, size V, 3.7g gross £250 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

460 460 A certified Sri Lanka (Ceylon) sapphire solitaire ring, cushion cut pale blue sapphire, measuring 11.55mm x 8.31mm x 5.41mm, weight 4.74ct, with GCS certificate, date 12/7/2018, indistinctly marked yellow metal shank, size M, 6.3g gross £1800 - £2200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 461 A collection of carved coral bead hands, assorted sizes, 12.8g gross £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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462 A contemporary diamond accented 18ct white gold wedding band, linear inset with ten square princess cut diamonds, total estimated diamond weight approx 0.40ct, 18ct white gold shank, Sheffield 2008, size U/V, 8.7g gross £500 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

469 A diamond and sapphire bar brooch, linear set with six blue sapphires and five old brilliant cut diamonds, total estimated stone weights, diamond 1.1ct, sapphire, 1.2ct, unmarked yellow metal frame and pin, 66mm long, 6.1g gross £500 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

463 A cultured pearl and diamond cross over ring, two large creamy white cultured pearls, each approx 10mm diameter, twist set above diamond accented shoulders, unmarked white metal shank, size N, 8.3g gross £400 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 464 A diamond trilogy ring, linear set with three round old brilliant cut diamonds, central diamond approx 0.30ct, total estimated diamond weight approx 0.80ct, white metal shank, tests as platinum, size P/Q, 3.6g gross £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

470 470 A diamond and sapphire cluster ring, central large oval dark blue sapphire measuring approx 9.6mm x 7.5mm x 4.5mm, estimated sapphire weight approx 2.25ct, surrounded by a band of twelve round old brilliant cut diamonds, each approx 0.16ct, total estimated diamond weight approx 2.0ct, white metal crown, 18ct gold shank, stamped 18ct, 20, size U, 6.9g gross £700 - £900 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

465 A diamond and Amber Orange sapphire pendant and earrings suite, pendant set with a central large oval vibrant orange sapphire, approx 4.5ct, within a brushed 18ct yellow gold frame, the side inset with a band of fifteen round brilliant cut diamonds, pair of conforming earrings, total estimated stone weights, sapphires, 13ct, diamonds, 2.25ct, each stamped Golden Desert 750, 18.8g gross (3) £3000 - £4000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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471 471 A diamond and sapphire tied ribbon bow brooch, pavé set with sixty six round old cut diamonds, total estimated diamond weight approx 4.05ct, within a beep blue sapphire accented trim and border, indistinctly marked white metal frame, 67mm wide, 11g gross, D & J Wellby Ltd tooled burgundy leather box £2200 - £2800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 472 A diamond and sapphire trilogy ring, central oval banded deep blue sapphire, measuring approx 9mm x 6mm x 3mm, estimated stone weight approx 1.1ct, flanked by a round old brilliant cut diamond either side, total estimated diamond weight approx 0.60ct, 18ct white gold crown and shank, stamped 18ct 7, size L/M, 4.8g gross £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 473 A diamond and turquoise encrusted three piece ring and earrings suite, each piece with a central round turquoise cabochon surrounded by a band of ten round old brilliant cut diamonds, total estimated diamond weight approx 3.5ct, ring, white metal crown, 18ct gold shank, size M, stamped 18ct; earrings unmarked white and yellow metal, total 11.5g gross (3) £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

476 476 A diamond encrusted four ring target pendant necklace, central seven stone diamond cluster surrounded by four graduated diamond linear encrusted rings, the whole encrusted with one hundred and forty eight round brilliant cut diamonds, total estimated diamond weight approx 1.50ct, 18ct white gold frame and mount, stamped 750 PGI, H&A 26mm diameter, 5.6g gross, suspended from a 14ct white gold fine box link chain, total weight 6.5g gross £1200 - £1800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

474 A diamond cluster ring, arching diamond shaped platform encrusted with twenty six trapezoid/baguette and thirty eight round cut diamonds, total estimated diamond weight approx 1ct, 9ct gold shank, stamped 9k, size R, 3.5g gross £350 - £450 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 475 A diamond cluster ring, tapering domed crest encrusted with sixty nine round and navette cut diamonds, total estimated diamond weight approx 2.50ct, indistinctly marked yellow gold shank, size L, 5.3g gross £700 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

477 A diamond floral cluster ring, central raised old round brilliant cut diamond approx 0.18ct, above a surrounding band of six larger conforming diamonds, total estimated diamond weight approx 1.25ct, white metal crown claws, 18ct gold shank, stamped 18ct, size K, 4.1g gross £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 478 A diamond floral cluster ring, central round brilliant cut diamond approx 0,60ct, surrounded by a band of eight smaller conforming stones, total estimated diamond weight approx 2.80ct, unmarked yellow metal shank, size M, 4g gross £1200 - £1800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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479 A diamond flower cluster ring, central raised round brilliant cut diamond approx 0.25ct, surrounded by a band of six conforming smaller diamonds, total estimated diamond weight approx 1.10ct, 18ct gold shank, size K/L/, London 1977, 5.1g gross, boxed £700 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

486 485 A diamond solitaire ring, round brilliant cut diamond measuring approx 6.4mm x 6.3mm x 3.8mm, calculated diamond weight approx 0.92ct, white gold crown claws, 18ct gold shank, size R, 4.3g gross £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 486 A diamond solitaire ring, round brilliant cut, approx 0.70ct,V claw set, platinum shank, stamped 950, size K, 4.8g gross £700 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

480 A diamond loop ring, single loop crest, linear set with eighteen round cut diamonds, total estimated diamond weight approx 0.56ct, yellow metal shank, marked 18k, 0.56, AJ, size Q, 2.7g gross £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

487 A diamond solitaire ring, round brilliant cut, measuring approx 5.5mm x 3.0mm, estimated diamond weight approx 0.50ct, six claw crown, white metal shank, test as 14ct white gold, size R, 3.5g gross £600 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

481 A diamond pendent and earrings suite, five frond curled pendant encrusted with eighty seven round brilliant cut diamonds, marked A.J .18K. 1.15, each double frond earring encrusted with thirty one conforming stones, yellow metal mounts, threaded pillars, unmarked, tests as 18ct gold, pendant 29mm x 23mm, earrings 16mm drop, 13.6g gross (3) £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 482 A diamond quintet line ring, set with five graduating round old brilliant cut diamonds, largest diamond approx 0.33ct, total estimated diamond weight approx 1.0ct, white metal claws, 18ct gold shank, stamped 18ct, 33402, size N, 2.7g gross £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 483 A diamond ring, single round brilliant cut, measuring approx 6.4mm x 3.3mm, estimated diamond weight approx 0.75ct, eight claw crown, between two stone baguette diamond accented shoulders, total estimated diamond weight approx 1.10ct, platinum shank, stamped plat, size PQ, 2.7g gross £1200 - £1800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 484 A diamond solitaire pendant necklace, principle solitaire round brilliant cur diamond, measuring approx 9.05mm x 9.00mm x 5.81mm, calculated estimated diamond eight approx 2.95ct clarity VVS2, colour Q/R, suspended from an inverted pear drop loop pavé encrusted with eleven diamond accents, 18ct white gold mount, stamped 750, 9ct whit gold curb link chain, stamped 375, 39cm long, 5.9g gross £10000 - £15000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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493 493 A early 20th century diamond, ruby, sapphire and pearl brooch, twin ring and tied ribbon bow bar, encrusted with a ring of twelve pinky red rubies, a ring of twelve blue sapphires, twenty two old and rose cut diamonds, centred with a single raised creamy white pearl, indistinctly marked yellow metal frame and pin, 39mm long, 4.7g gross £500 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

488 488 A diamond solitaire ring, round brilliant cut, measuring approx 7.5mm x 4.4mm, estimated diamond weight approx 1.50ct, six claw crown, diamond accented platinum shank, stamped plat, size P, 3g gross £1500 - £2000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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489 A diamond solitaire ring, round old brilliant cut diamond, measuring approx 8.66mm x 8.75mm x 5.22mm, estimated approx weight 2.3ct, ridged claw shoulders, 18ct gold shank, stamped 18ct, size S/T, 9.4g gross £1200 - £1800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

494 A fine quality diamond ring, central round brilliant cut diamond, measuring approx 9.48mm x 5.87mm, calculated approx weight 3.39ct, quarter claw set, between a heart shaped cluster of three pear and free form diamonds either side, total estimated diamond weight approx 4.20ct, 18ct white gold shank, stamped 750, size M/N, 5.9g gross £15000 - £18000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

490 A diamond trilogy ring, central old brilliant cut diamond approx 0.45ct, flanked either side by a smaller stone each approx 0.35ct, total estimated diamond weight 1.15ct, 18ct gold shank, size N, Birmingham 1978, 4.6g gross £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 491 A diamond twisting trilogy ring, central old brilliant cut diamond approx 0.30ct, flanked by a smaller conforming diamond either side, total estimated diamond weight approx 0.80ct, unmarked yellow metal shank, size 1, 3g gross £250 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 492 A diamond, emerald and deep orange stone insect brooch, pale green emerald cabochon eyes, deep orange stone body, possibly citrine, beneath a seventeen stone old rose and rough cut diamond encrusted wings and fore section, pearl inset terminal, unmarked yellow an rose metal frame and pin, 52mm long, 5.1g gross £450 - £550 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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495 A fine quality late 19th/early 20th century Scottish hardstone kilt pin brooch, central orange citrine measuring approx 20mm x 18mm, estimated weight approx 40.0ct, ornate lattice work frame within a quartered multi coloured agate, onyx and bloodstone inlaid wheel surround, large chain linked safety bar pin, unmarked yellow metal body, 58mm diameter, 44.8g gross £350 - £450 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

501 A graduated diamond trilogy pendant necklace, tapering concave square triple section bar body, inset with three square princess cut diamonds, total estimated diamond weight approx 0.55ct, 18ct gold mount, stamped 18k, 27mm drop, suspended from an 18ct fine link white gold box chain, 40cm long, 4.3g gross £1200 - £1800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

496 A five stand multi gemstone bead necklace, tapering graduated strands threaded with panels of multi colour sapphires, citrines, peridots, amethysts, etc, divided in to three sections by two yellow metal flat bars, united by open triangular yellow metal end linkages, compression clasp, stamped 750, 54cm long, 84.8g gross £400 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 497 A French diamond and spinel hinge bangle, linear set with seven old round brilliant cut diamonds and fourteen red spinels, total estimated approx stone weights, diamond 1.75ct, Spinel, 1.70ct, 9ct rose gold body, three leaf clover 9ct gold marks, compression clap, safety chain, 10.9g gross £1200 - £1800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

502 502 A large 19th century orangey yellow citrine brooch, oval citrine measuring approx 26mm x 21mm x 12mm, ornate floral yellow metal/pinchbeck frame, 16.6g gross, cased £250 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

498 A gold mounted cameo bracelet, set with six cameos, the mounts pierced with foliate scrolls, 19cm long £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

503 A large diamond and opal pendant, central oval opal cabochon, approx 23mm x 18mm x 7mm, flashing mixed colour play inc, red, green, violet, orange, etc, surrounded by a band of thirty six round brilliant cut diamonds, beneath and arched tapering hinged suspension loop, encrusted with twenty three conforming diamonds, total estimated diamond weight approx 1.0ct, white metal frame and mount, 42mm drop, 11g gross £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

499 A gold mounted tourmaline and green zoisite necklace by Eileen Coyne, the principle droplet panel carved as a seated Oriental Elder gentleman holding a bead necklace and gourd, on a five row tourmaline and green stone globular bead necklace, yellow metal stone inset hook shaped clasp, signed and impressed ‘22c’, 38cm long, 169.6g gross, with original Eileen Coyne case £1500 - £2000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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504 A large emerald and diamond cluster ring, central oval cabochon emerald, approx 17mm x 11mm, x 4.5mm, rub over collar, surrounded by a band of sixteen round brilliant cut diamonds, total estimated diamond weight approx 2.45ct, 18ct gold shank, stamped 750, size O, 15.7g gross £2000 - £3000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

500 A Gothic ruby and diamond skull ring, white metal face, pavé encrusted with old and rose cut diamond accents, inset pinky red ruby eyes, unmarked yellow metal shank, size P/Q, 4g gross £450 - £550 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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509 A pair diamond stud earrings, each round brilliant cut diamond measuring approx 5mm x 3.4mm, total estimated diamond weight approx 1.0ct, quartered claws, 18ct white gold mounts and pillars, 2.3g gross £700 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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505 A late 19th century Art Nouveau diamond brooch, central multi-layer five point flower head within scrolling overlapping surround above a two stone diamond droplet terminal, the whole encrusted with forty-four old round and rose cut diamonds, total estimated diamond weight approx 1.0ct, unmarked white and rose metal frame, 34mm wide, 32mm drop, 6.2g gross £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

510 A pair of 18ct gold horse’s head cufflinks, folding action, stamped JR 750, 22.4g gross £550 - £650 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 511 A pair of articulated diamond drop earrings, each inset with seven old brilliant cut diamonds, total estimated diamond weight approx 0.50ct, white metal settings, 15ct gold hook an latch fitting,s stamped 585, 31mm drop, 5.2g gross £450 - £550 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

506 A late Victorian two tone yellow and rosed metal oval locket, each side with a plain central medallion within floral cast surround, internal sepia photograph portrait, 55mm, drop, 15.8g gross £350 - £450 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

512 A pair of diamond and 18ct gold droplet earrings, each with a twenty stone round brilliant cut white gold domed disc fitting, suspending a single tapering rectangular twisted hollow yellow gold bead droplet, threaded pillars, stamped 18k, 40mm drop, 4.1g gross (2) £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

507 A Middle Eastern eye agate and gold coloured metal ring, oval eye agate, quarter claw and solid banded allover relief decorated crown, tapering gold coloured metal shank cast birds and floral panels, unmarked,6.6g gross £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

513 A pair of diamond encrusted shaped crossover earrings, both leading edges linear set with thirty two round brilliant cut diamonds, total estimated diamond weight approx 0.70ct, 18ct gold framed and mounts, hinged locking clips, stamped 18K, 34mm long, 3.8g gross (2) £450 - £550 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

508 A multi-tone green jade globular bead necklace, composed of thirty-four globular beads each approx 14mm diameter, compression clasp, 45cm long, 132.5g gross £450 - £550 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

514 A pair of fine quality diamond hoop earrings, each large circular open chain link hoop linear set with forty seven round brilliant cut diamonds, with twenty four to the leading edge and twenty three to the inner rear edge, hinged centre, pin fittings, total estimated diamond weight approx 2.0ct, 18ct white gold frames, stamped G10, 18k, 7.3g gross (2) £1200 - £1800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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518 518 A pair of ruby and diamond cluster earrings, each with a central baguette cut red ruby, surrounded by a double stepped band of diamond accents, total estimated stone weights, ruby 0.40ct, diamonds, 1.50ct, unmarked white metal frame and pillars, approx 11mm diameter, 4.1g gross, £550 - £650 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 515 515 A pair of Art Deco opal diamond and sapphire drop earrings, each with a central oval cabochon opal, flashing green, violet, orange and red colour play, and forty five rose and baguette cut diamonds and pale blue sapphires, white metal setting, yellow metal frame and hook ear fitting, 36mm drop, 4.8g gross (2) £350 - £450 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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516 A pair of pearl and diamond shield boss earrings, each with a large central free form silver white pearl, arched roundel frame inset with five individually set round brilliant cut diamonds, 18ct white gold body and fittings, import marks, London 1998, 33mm diameter, 41.5g gross £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

519 A pair of ruby and diamond drop earrings, each with a central tear drop pinky red ruby, approx 0.50ct, surrounded by a band of twelve round brilliant cut diamonds, suspended from and articulated conforming five stone diamond linkage, total estimated diamond weight approx 1.30ct, unmarked white metal fittings and hinged locking loop, 32mm drop, 8.5g gross £1200 - £1800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

517 A pair of ruby and diamond cluster earrings, each inset with four round cut rubies and eighteen round brilliant cut diamonds, total estimated stone weights, ruby, 0.65ct, diamond, 0.70ct, 18ct white gold frame and pillar, stamped 750, marks worn, 17mm drop, 4.8g gross (2) £550 - £650 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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520 A pair of ruby and diamond floral cluster earrings, each with a central red ruby approx 0.33ct, surrounded by a band of eight round brilliant cut diamonds, each approx 0.05ct, total estimated stone weights, rubies, 0.66ct, diamond, 0.80ct, 18ct gold frames and pillars, London 1973, 2.8g gross £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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521 A peridot solitaire ring, round cut peridot, surrounded by a black enamelled gold scrolling frame, indistinctly marked yellow metal shank, size M/N, 4.7g gross £400 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 522 A red garnet and diamond brooch, navette cluster of four oval red/purple garnets, accented with eighteen rose cut diamonds, above a singe conforming droplet terminal, unmarked yellow and white metal mount, 54mm drop, 14.5g gross £800 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 527

523 A ruby and diamond cluster ring, central oval red ruby approx 0.40ct, flanked by a conforming smaller stone either side, total estimated ruby weight approx 1.1ct, each surrounded by a diamond encrusted collar, total estimated diamond weight approx 0.50ct, unmarked yellow metal shank, size N, 3.6g gross £400 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

527 A ruby and diamond encrusted loop brooch, pavé encrusted with seventy-nine brilliant and single diamonds, total estimated diamond weight approx 5.10cts, within an outer border of eleven pear-cut natural corundum pink rubies, total estimated ruby weight approx 4.70cts unmarked white metal frame and mounting pin, 49mm long, 13.3g gross, in a fitted ‘’Tessier, New Bond Street, London’’ presentation case, with a Gemological Certification Services certificate stone report, No 5777-9874 £3000 - £3500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

524 A ruby and diamond cluster ring, central rectangular baguette cut ruby, approx 0.63ct, surrounded by a band of twelve round brilliant cut diamonds, total estimated diamond weight approx 0.25ct, unmarked white metal shank, size N, 3.3g gross £700 - £900 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

528 A ruby and diamond half eternity ring, alternate set with four red rubies and three round brilliant cut diamonds, total estimated stone weights, rubies 0.45ct, diamonds, 0.25ct, 18ct gold shank, size W, London 1981, 4.3g gross £250 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

525 A ruby and diamond cluster ring, central round cut red ruby, surrounded by a band of ten round old brilliant cut diamonds, between three stone ruby set tapering shoulders, total estimated stone weights, diamonds 0.70ct, rubies 0.60ct, 18ct gold shank, size X/Y, London 1971, 6.3g gross £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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529 A ruby and diamond hinge bangle, seven graduated red and pink rubies, ranging from approx 0.20ct to 0.55ct, each divided by a pair of round brilliant cut diamonds, between diamond terminals total estimated stone weights, rubies 2.50ct, diamonds, 0.40ct, 18ct gold body, London 1990, with safety chain, 19.5g gross £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

526 A ruby and diamond cocktail bracelet, tapering floral body pavé encrusted with fifty-three oval pinky red rubies and over eighty diamond accents, white metal frame and compression clasp, stamped 400, 18K, other indistinct marks, 22mm at widest point, 16.5cm long, 47.3g gross £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

530 A ruby and diamond oval pendant necklace, central oval red ruby approx 0.85ct, surrounded by forty-four round brilliant cut diamonds in a stepped double row configuration, 18ct gold mount and curb link chain, stamped 750, 49cm long, 6.6g gross £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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531 A ruby and diamond twist ring, central oval pinky red ruby, flanked by a smaller round cut ruby either side, between diamond accented twisting shoulders, 18ct white gold and platinum shank, stamped 18ct plat, size K, 3.6g gross £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

535 A sapphire and diamond cocktail dress ring, sinuous tapering band of twenty four baguette cut diamonds, between a cluster of eight round deep blue sapphires either side, total estimated stone weights, sapphires 2.1ct, diamonds, 0.60ct, yellow metal shank, stamped 14k, size L, 8.5g gross £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 536 A sapphire and diamond pendant, principle Ceylon light blue sapphire measuring approx 9.43mm x 9.43mm, 6.50mm, estimated stone size approx 4.15ct, beneath a single round brilliant cut diamond approx 0.15ct, all within rope twist yellow metal frame and mount, tests as 18ct gold, 24mm drop, 4.6g gross £4000 - £5000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

532 532 A ruby spinel and diamond crescent brooch, outer graduating row of twenty one oval and cushion cut pinky red rubies and spinels, enclosing an inner row of nineteen round old brilliant cut diamonds, white and rose metal unmarked frame, 31mm wide, 7.4g gross £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 533 A sapphire and diamond bar brooch, set with seven graduated baguette cut blue sapphires, each divided by a pair of round old brilliant cut diamond accents, total estimated sapphire weight approx 2.5ct, unmarked white metal frame and pin, 41mm long, 3.8g gross £350 - £450 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

537 537 A seven stone diamond flower head cluster ring, central round brilliant cut diamond approx 0.55ct, surrounded by a band of six smaller diamonds each approx 0.20ct, total estimated diamond weight 1.75ct, 18ct white gold shank, size U, 5.3g gross £800 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 538 A three strand faceted ruby bead necklace, three tapering graduated strands of pinky red rubies ranging from approx 4.7mm to 10.5mm, united by an unmarked triangular yellow metal and chain link clasp, 49cm long, 128.9g gross £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 539 A Victorian bulls eye agate necklace, composed of fifteen individually gilt metal mounted oval links, beaded separation loops, unmarked, ring loop clasp, approx 38cm long, 84.2g gross £700 - £900 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

534 534 A sapphire and diamond cluster ring, central round brilliant cut diamond approx 0.63ct, surrounded by a band of sixteen trapezoid cut blue sapphire, between diamond accented shoulders, unmarked white metal shank, size M, 3.5g gross £1400 - £1800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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540 A Victorian carved shell cameo brooch, portraits of Flora and Fauna, owl and Herald cherub, within a scrolling interlaced yellow metal frame, similar pin and loop, unmarked, 71mm x 59mm, 26.6g gross £350 - £450 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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543 543 A Victorian diamond emerald and pearl necklace, scrolling stylized heart wirework centre inset with twentytwo old brilliant cut diamonds, two emeralds and seven cultured pearls, total estimated diamond weight approx 1.0ct, unmarked rose metal frame, fancy link yellow metal chain, barrel clasp, 45cm long, 10.3g gross £700 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

541 541 A Victorian diamond and enamelled cross, the equal armed four seasons cross enamelled in white and green, inset with five old brilliant cut diamonds, to the centre and each clover leaf tip, total estimated diamond weight approx 0.45ct, engraved Guinevere July 1889 verso, high carat yellow gold body, marked 18 A.P; on a yellow metal trace link chain, unmarked, 54cm long, 15.1g gross

544 A Victorian diamond floral bow brooch, tied ribbon bow body above as five petal flower head, pavé encrusted with sixty-two old and rose cut diamonds, total estimated diamond weight approx 1.4ct, unmarked yellow and white metal fame, 42mm wide, 6.1g gross £400 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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542 A Victorian diamond and pearl encrusted star pendant brooch, central round brilliant cut diamond approx 0.20ct, within a twelve point floral star surround, 15ct yellow gold surround, stamped 15, 43mm drop, 8.5g gross £400 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

545 A Victorian diamond scrolling swag brooch, encrusted with fifty-three oval and old rose cut diamonds, largest diamond approx 0,85ct, total estimated diamond weight approx 4.25ct, indistinctly marked white and yellow metal frame, 39mm wide, 44mm drop, 9.6g gross, Manoah Rhodes & Son Bradford fitted case £2000 - £3000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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546 A Victorian Etruscan style three piece suite, of turquoise diamond and pinchbeck jewellery, comprising shield brooch and pair of earrings, each with a central diamond accent within a domed field of turquoise cabochons, floral outer band above articulated fringe, unmarked c.1850; etc (6) £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

549 549 A Victorian style lava cameo pendant brooch, relief carved with Flora, Goddess of Spring, surrounded by a cresting scrolled frame, encrusted with eight cultured pearls and seventy diamond scents, unmarked yellow metal frame and pin, 60mm drop, 20.4g gross £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

547 547 A Victorian oval portrait brooch, George Anthony Swainson, painted bedecked in floral blue and white outfit, unsigned watercolour, ornate scrolling high carat yellow metal frame, containing a lock of blond hair verso, initialled G A S, and dated Sept 7th 1853, 77mm x 64mm overall, 40.5g gross, fitted case £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 548 A Victorian style emerald and diamond quintet ring, alternate linear set with three vibrant green cushion cut emeralds and two round old brilliant cut diamonds, total estimated stone weights, emeralds 0.50ct, diamonds 0.25ct, indistinctly marked yellow metal shank, inscribed 25th Dec 1942, size M, 2.5g gross, boxed £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

550 550 A Victorian turquoise green and gilt metal four piece parure, comprising necklace, brooch and pair of earring, each inset with rectangular, round, octagonal or teardrop panels, unmarked yellow metal scrolling mounts and fitting, 81.8g gross, cased £1400 - £1800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 551 A yellow metal mounted agate/hard stone seal stamp, tapering cylindrical shaft, temples and and scrolling yellow metal mounts, unmarked, carved seal stamp matrix, cherub with ball beneath Latin text, allegorical of love, unmarked, 72mm long, 29g gross £450 - £550 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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552 An 18th/19th century revolving six section seal stamp, agate handle, gilt metal frame, inset with siz different stone caved panels, inc Brighter Hours Will Come; Wha Dare Meddle Wi Me; O Where I Wish To Be, Wha Dare We Do Wi Me; Mispah etc, 93mm long £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 553 An Art Deco aquamarine and diamond pear drop pendant necklace, large pear drop aquamarine, measuring approx 19mm x 10mm x 5mm, estimated stone weight approx 3.7ct, suspended from a ten stone diamond inset open V wing arm, total estimated diamond weight approx 0.40ct, white metal from, yellow metal frame, white metal fine link chain, ring clasps stamped 925, 44cm long, 5.9g gross, J C Vickery, 145/147 Regents St, London gilt tooled leather case £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

557 557 An Art Deco style diamond cluster ring, central square emerald cut diamond approx 1.03ct, colour H, clarity VVS1, surrounded by a band of twelve tapering baguette and emeralds cut diamonds, above conforming seven stone tapering channel set shoulders, total estimated diamond weight approx 4.81ct, 18ct whit gold shank, stamped Au 759, sponsors mark WEW, size N, 9.1g gross £7000 - £10000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

554 An Art Deco diamond and pearl dress ring, large single grey white cultured pearl, mounted within a pierced old rough cut diamond accented white metal shank, unmarked, tests as platinum, size N, 4.5g gross £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 555 An Art Deco diamond ring, open cast navette crest inset with two central round brilliant cut diamond, between four smaller conforming stones, two at either end, total estimated diamond weight approx 0.75ct, indistinctly marked yellow gold shank, tests as 18ct, size P, 4.5g gross £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

558 An Art Deco style ruby and diamond cluster ring, three liner round brilliant cut diamonds, surrounded by a band of trapezoid and baguette cut rubies, between conforming shoulders, total estimated stone weights, rubies 0.50ct, diamonds, 0.50ct, 18ct white gold shank, stamped 750, size N, 4.8g gross £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

556 An Art Deco sapphire and diamond cluster ring, central square cushion cut vibrant blue sapphire, measuring approx 9mm x 9mm, 4.6mm, estimated stone weight approx 2.5ct, surrounded by a band of sixteen round old brilliant cut diamonds, total estimated diamond weight approx 0.96ct, white metal crest, French import marked rose metal shank, size I, 3.4g gross £2000 - £3000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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561 561 An early 20th century diamond trilogy ring, linear set with three irregular round old cut diamonds, total estimated diamond weight approx 1.0ct, white gold claws, 18ct gold shank, stamped 18Ct, size K, 2.7g gross £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

559 559 An Art Nouveau diamond, emerald and pearl pendant brooch, open sinuous scrolling body pavé encrusted with eighteen emeralds, thirty nine round, oval and rose cut diamonds and two pearls, unmarked yellow metal frame and pin, 50mm wide, 8.2g gross £600 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

562 562 An Edwardian style diamond pearl and cameo choker necklace, central oval carnelian cameo, goddess walking amongst waves and fish, surrounded by a collar of approx fifty-six old rose cut diamonds within outer pearl frame, suspended from a ten strand cultured pearl necklace, divided by a pair of linear twelve stone diamond inset bars, conforming clasp, French gold marks, 34cm long, 84.2g gross £1800 - £2200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

560 560 An articulated diamond five frond pendent necklace, individually mounted with twenty-eight oval and round brilliant cut diamonds, the central frond with eight stones, tapering either side with six then four stones, double box link central chain suspension, with arched diamond accented crest, 18ct white gold single strand box link return, total diamond weight 3.73ct, stamped 3.73ct, KR FJ, IH&A 750, 39cm long £3000 - £4000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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563 563 An emerald and diamond cluster ring, central oval emerald approx 6.64ct, surrounded by stepped frame encrusted with thirty-two graduated old and round brilliant cut diamonds,total estimated diamond weight approx 1.36ct, 18ct white gold shank, stamped 750 199CE, size O, 7.9g ross £3000 - £4000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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568 567 An unheated Burmese ruby and diamond pendant, the large carved cabochon ruby of approximately 18.2cts within a jewelled, diamond set mount, above a rotating jewelled bail, suspending a smaller carved ruby, accompanied by GCS report 5777-9319 stating that the 18.18ct ruby is of Burmese origin and shows no indications of heat treatment. 4.5cm ling. 12.4g.gross £3500 - £4500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 568 Carlo Giuliano - a late 19th century enamelled dark blue spinel and diamond set hinge bangle, the central oval spinel measuring approx 15mm x 11mm x 7.5mm, estimated carat weight approx 8.0ct, flanked either side by a single old brilliant cut diamond each approx 0.50ct, total estimated diamond weight approx 1.0ct, mounted upon a black and white foliate and box enamelled hinge bangle, double makers marks to inner rim, 67mm diameter, 22.7g gross, c.1880, in original fitted gilt and maroon tooled leather case, marked C. Giuliano, 115 Piccadilly, London £6000 - £8000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

564 564 An emerald and diamond navette cluster ring, central rectangular baguette cut emerald approx 0.60ct, surrounded by a twenty stone diamond encrusted navette panel, above diamond accented shoulders, yellow metal shank, size M/N, 4.7g gross £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

569 Cartier - a silver gilt and enamelled basket of strawberries, interlaced silver gilt basket body and looped handle, sprouting fourteen red enamelled strawberries and five flower heads, signed Cartier, Hand Made, Sterling, 86mm long £3000 - £5000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

565 An opal and diamond cluster ring, central oval opal cabochon, measuring approx 14mm x 7mm, flashing vibrant orangey red, green, violet and blue colour play, surrounded by a band of round brilliant cut diamonds, total estimated diamond weight approx 0.40ct, 18ct gold shank,, stamped 18ct, size N, 4.8g gross £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

570 Jay Strongwater - an enamelled and jeweled arched topped two door picture frame, grape vines, signed verso, No 5270, 166mm high, 95mm wide (closed) £350 - £450 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

566 An oval opal solitaire ring, opal measuring approx 16mm x 9mm, flashing vibrant red, orange, green and violet colour play,9ct rose gold shank, stamped 9ct, size N, 2.6g gross £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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571 Loose Gemstones - Aquamarines, oval baguette and mixed cut, total estimated stone weight, approx 24.79ct £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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569 572 Loose Gemstones - Aquamarines, oval mixed cut, total estimated stone weight, approx 20.26ct £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

575 Loose Gemstones - Rubies, oval, round and mixed cut, total estimated stone weight, approx 32.89ct £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

573 Loose Gemstones - Aquamarines, oval mixed cut, total estimated stone weight, approx 31.11ct £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

576 Loose Gemstones - Rubies, round and mixed cut, total estimated stone weight, approx 29.13ct £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

574 Loose Gemstones - Rubies, oval mixed cut, total estimated stone weight, approx 33.75ct £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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579 577 Loose Gemstones - Sapphire, deep blue, oval, baguette round and mixed cut, total estimated stone weight, approx 28.10ct £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

579 An Edwardian style emerald and diamond open work bracelet, central rectangular baguette emerald approx 0.6ct, within a twelve petal floral surround each petal inset with a single old brilliant cut diamond, the whole within an oval open work crest encrusted with twenty-eight round old brilliant cut diamonds, total estimated diamond weight approx 1ct, 15ct gold mount and hinged link bracelet, stamped 585, 17.5g gross £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

578 Loose Gemstones - Sapphires, baguette and mixed cut, total estimated stone weight, approx 23.01ct £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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597 598 Henry Maidment (Bn.1896) Minding the Cattle signed, oil on canvas, 24cm x 19cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 599 Jacob van Lecken (Dutch, mid-19th century) Still life, A Vase of Tulips, Carnations, Roses and County Flowers on a Tabletop signed, dated 1853, oil on canvas, 60cm x 50cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 600 Charles Leader (fl.1880-1920) Near Aberystwyth, North Wales signed, oil on canvas, 48.5cm x 73.5cm £600 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

596 596 W S Alfred (Marine School 19th century) Four Masted Barque, Chanaral signed, inscribed Dunkerque and dated 1879, 64cm x 88cm

601 A.B. McKechnie (Scottish, early 20th century) Punting by the Canal Lock signed, dated 1909, watercolour, 32cm x 44cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

The frame with title plaque inscribed Captn. Caffin £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

602 A. Pulvermacher (19th century) Portrait of a Young Girl, bust-length, wearing earrings and a pink ribbon-tied dress signed, dated 1886, oil on mahogany panel, 21cm x 16cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

597 North European School (early to mid-18th century) Allegorical Capriccio, The Triumph of Beauty oil on canvas, 78cm x 131cm £3000 - £5000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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603 After Jean-Baptiste Greuze La Devideuse granite, titled, 28cm x 22cm £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 604 Anglo-Dutch School (18th century) The Longworth Painting, Busy Village Scene oil on canvas, 162cm x 191cm, inscribed labels to verso with attribution to the Circle of Cornelis Droochsloot £600 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 605 Betty Pennell (Bn.1930) Into the Garden charcoal, 50cm x 70cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 606 Attributed to Joseph Thors (1835 - 1920) Asking Directions oil on canvas, 33cm x 48cm £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 607 Captain R.M. Mason RN (mid-19th century) Gibraltar attributed and titled to verso in pencil, watercolour, 18cm x 22cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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608 Betty Adams (20th century) Winter, The American Farm signed, oil on panel, 9cm x 17cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

610 Charles Beaston (1864-1949) A Royalist, standing, full length signed, oil on canvas, 59cm x 29cm £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

609 Chinese School (19th century) A pair, Figures from Mythology and Verse watercolour, 38.5cm x 34cm £1200 - £1800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

611 Commander Eric Erskine Campbell Tufnell RN (Marine Artist, 1888 - 1978) The Blackwall Passenger Ship, ‘’Tweed’’ signed, titled, watercolour, 36cm x 52cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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615 Continental School (mid-19th century) A pair, Townscapes watercolour, brown wash and gouache, 33cm x 24cm £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 616 Daniel Sherrin (1868-1940) A pair, A Countryside Stroll and A Days Boating signed, oils on canvas, 25.5cm x 36cm (2) £100 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 617 Eduardo De Martino (1838-1912) Ancient and Modern Diplomacy, a pair signed, watercolour, pencil and gouache, 16.5cm x 11.5cm, framed Marine painter to the Royal family, in 1897, the artist’s address was 1 St. Johns Wood, Queens Terrace, London. He exhibited at the Fine Art Society (1872) and the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool (1901) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 618 Dutch School (18th century) The Accusation oil on panel, 19cm x 22.5cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

619 619 Edward Adrian Wilson FZS (1872 - 1912) A Wet Sheet and a Flowing Sea Towards Antarctica in the Roaring 40s signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 29cm x 51cm £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

612 612 Chinese Modernist School (late 20th century) A pair, Little Women, half-length, in an interior red seals and inscribed with black script, oils on board, 66cm x 66cm £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

620 Dutch School (19th century) The Shoeshine Boy oil on board, 20cm x 17cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

613 Continental School (18th century) Travellers, with Sheep in a Cart sepia, 19cm x 25.5cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

621 Edward Tucker (Marine Artist, 1846-1909) Rowing Out, Clippers, Sailboats and Land in the Background signed, watercolour, 18.5cm x 32cm £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

614 Continental School (20th century) Two Dolls in a Cold War Interior indistinctly signed, oil on board, 60cm x 49cm £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% For more images please visit

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623 English School (19th century) Little Moreton Hall, Tunstall, Staffordshire watercolour, 108cm x 72cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

622 Dutch School (early 19th century) A pair, After Adriaen van Ostade, The Itinerate Musicians oil on canvases, 39.5cm x 32cm £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

624 Dutch School (early 19th century) A Boor and Young Woman Drinking in a Tavern oil on copper panel, 14cm x 19cm £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 625 English School (19th century) Village Scene watercolour, 14cm x 24cm £30 - £50 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 626 E Lawrence (19th century) Sheep Grazing in the Coppice signed, oil on canvas, 41cm x 62cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 627 English School (19th century) Welcome Home, Returning on the Country Lane indistinctly signed, watercolour, 33cm x 31.5cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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628 Edward Robert Smythe (1810 - 1899) Seasons Greetings, a Dog, Horse and Turkey signed, oil on canvas, 148.5cm x 134.5cm £1500 - £2000

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629 English School (early 20th century) Haymaking indistinctly signed S B**t and dated, watercolour, 22cm x 33cm £60 - £100

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630 Edwin Thomas Roberts (1840 - 1917) The Gamblers, or Too Many For Grandpa signed, oil on canvas, 33.5cm x 26cm £200 - £300

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631 English School (early 20th century) Terraced Street, Children at Play watercolour, 25cm x 42cm £30 - £50

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632 English School (19th century) Beethoven’s First Lesson indistinctly attributed, titled and dated 1882 to verso, oil on millboard, 31cm x 26cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 633 English School (second quarter, 19th century) Portrait of a Young Lady, three-quarter length, her hair dressed in ringlets, black silk dress with a lace collar oval, pastel, 91cm x 71cm £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 634 English School (19th century) Reading the News oil on canvas, 42cm x 35.5cm, framed £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 635 Francis Nicholson (1753 - 1844) A Water Mill, near Hawes Water watercolour, 21.5cm x 30cm Provenance: Sotheby’s: January 1972, lot 128 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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636 English School (19th century) The Cottage Door oil on canvas, 40cm x 58cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 637 Francis Nicholson (1753 - 1844) River Scene and Bridge signed, engrisaille watercolour, 27cm x 38cm Provenance: Sotheby’s January 1972, lot 127 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 638 English School (early 20th century) Cattle and the Estuary monogrammed, inscribed, dated 1923, oil on canvas, 55.5cm x 81cm £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 639 Frank Catano (Italian, fl. 1880 - 1920) Mount Vesuvius and the Bay of Naples, Italy signed, watercolour, 44cm x 69cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 640 Evelyn Mary Watherston (d. 1952) The Refectory, The Bede House, Castle Rising signed, titled and inscribed to verso, 58cm x 75cm, James Bourlet & Sons, Ltd., Fine Art Packers, London, label to verso, numbered C25293 £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

642 642 French School (mid-18th century) Portrait, Artist and Family, three-quarter length, seated at the easel, accompanied by his wife, daughter, their dogs and allegorical emblems oil on canvas, 121cm x 101cm £2000 - £3000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

641 Frank Gresley (1855 - 1936) Barrow Church, Barrow on Trent, Derbyshire signed, dated, watercolour, 29cm x 45cm £150 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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643 Frank Sherwin (1896 - 1985) Rochester, Kent signed, watercolour, 31cm x 43cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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644 G Turner View of Dovedale bears signature, oil on canvas, 58cm x 39cm £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

650 H.J. Squires (20th century) A pair, Village Panoramas signed, dated 76 and 77, oil on canvases, 50cm x 100cm £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

645 George Cattermole (1800 - 1868) A Game of Dice signed, watercolour, 14cm x 21cm

651 H. Allen (late 19th/early 20th century) Ethereal Garden signed, watercolour, 32cm x 46cm £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

Provenance: Sotheby’s 1973 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

652 652 Henry Ball (exh. 1919 - 1931) Leith Water, Edinburgh signed and dated 1938, titled to verso, oil on board, 48cm x 58cm, fragmentary label to verso titled and inscribed with artist’s name and address and the price of £8 £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

646 646 George Turner (1841 - 1910) Lane near Idridgehay, Derbyshire signed, titled and dated 1907, oil on canvas, 51cm x 41cm £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 647 George Vicat Cole (1833 - 1892) An Extensive Landscape signed, oil on canvas, 52cm x 74cm £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 648 H. J. Squire (20th century) Pastoral Idyll, A Bit of England signed, oil on canvas, 50cm x 75cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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649 George Wills (19th century) Walking the Well Known Road signed, dated 1879, watercolour 21cm x 33.5cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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653 Harold Gresley (1892 - 1967) May Blossom, Dovedale signed, watercolour, 27.5cm x 39cm £150 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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654 Hugh Ralph Micklem (1918 - 2009) The Lakes signed, dated 65, oil on board, 34cm x 44.5cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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655 Impressionist School Daffodils in a Woodland oil on panel, 30cm x 40cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

659 Italian School (18th century) The Adoration oil on canvas laid on board, 70cm x 46cm £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

656 Impressionist School (early 20th century) Beach Hut and Dunes oil on canvas, 48.5cm x 66cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

660 Italian School (second to third quarter, 20th century) Poster Design, Italia, an Alpine chalet sits nestled in a mountainous valley monogrammed, titled, watercolour, gouache and body colour, 49cm x 64cm £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

657 657 Impressionist School (early 20th century) Low Countries Coastline at Dusk indistinctly signed, oil on panel, 30cm x 40cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 661

658 Ida R. Morley (20th century) Polperro, Cornwall signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 36cm x 26cm £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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661 J G Green (mid-20th century) Portrait of a Lady signed, oil on canvas, 75cm x 60cm £250 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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662 662 Jan Baptist Bosschaert the Younger (Flemish, 1667 - 1746) Still Life, A Classical Campagna Urn of Roses, Viburnum, Primula, Tulips and Narcissi on a Stone Ledge, a Kingfisher to the left, Ripe Pomegranate, Grapes and Plums to the right signed, oil on canvas, 77cm x 85cm, inscribed Leger Galleries label to verso Provenance: Mrs W. Samson Collection, 1969; Mrs Marjorie Wilson, 1973; with The Leger Galleries Ltd., Old Bond Street, London, W1X, August 29th 1973; from whence sold to the present vendors, invoice and accompanying letter on headed notepaper from David W. Posnett, then a director of the gallery, en suite. £4000 - £6000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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663 J.M. Lefeb*re (Contemporary) Abstract House and Tree signed, dated 2001, gouache on paper, 39cm x 28cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 664 James Vivien De Fleury (fl. 1847 - 1903) On the Dunes signed, dated 1894, oil on canvas, 68cm x 51cm £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 665 James Duffield Harding (1798 - 1863) Low Countries Riverscape watercolour, 24cm x 38cm £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 666 John W. Matthewman (fl.1936 - 38) Cliffs by The Beach signed, oil on board, 26cm x 33cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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667 Jardowski (mid-19th century) Double-Portrait, of Two Young Girls and their Dog of the Hicks or Thompson Families, Essex, half-length, each child in a blue or white dress tied by a bow, the dog with his paws on their lap while being stroked signed and dated 1845, attributed to verso, oval, watercolour and gouache, 24cm x 19cm £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 668 Kate Gilbert (1843 - 1916) The Water Mill at Rest signed, dated 1890, oil, 14.5cm x 22cm £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 667

669 John Callow (1822 - 1878) Alone in the Landscape signed in pencil to mount, watercolour, 23cm x 35cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 670 Michael Barnfather (Bn.1934) Ashford in the Water signed, dated 80, oil on canvas, 29cm x 41.5cm £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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671 John Cosmo Clark RA (1897 - 1967) Rouen signed, dated 1954, watercolour and gouache, 28cm x 38cm, handwritten and autographed manuscript letter to verso from the artist to the presumed owner of this watercolour, dated 1955, on headed notepaper from Saint Peter’s Square, Hammersmith, W.6. £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

677 Ken Howard OBE RA (b. 1932) A Greek Town, an Orthodox Church and a Mosque in the background signed, watercolour, 17.5cm x 21cm £250 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

672 North European School (late 18th/early 19th century) Travelling by Night feigned laureate frame oil on panel, 8cm x 6.5cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 673 John Steeple (1823 - 1887) Cattle Watering by Moonlight signed, monogrammed and dated 1845, watercolour, 17.5cm x 24.5cm £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 674 Richard Hartley (Impressionist, early 20th century) After the Hail Storm signed, inscribed label to verso, oil on canvas, 61cm x 92cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 675 Keeley Halswelle, R.I., ARSA., (1832 - 1891) The Campo De’Fiori signed with initials, dated 1869 and inscribed Rome, watercolour, 17cm x 24cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

678 678 Spanish School (second-half, 17th century) Portrait of a Noblewoman, half-length, seated in state on a chair with armorial crestings, her hair dressed in ringlets, three strings of pearls to her neck and further strands in her hair, red ribbon-tied and lace-edged silver dress, the background with coats of arms oil on canvas, 75cm x 62cm £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

676 Sidney Richard Percy (1822 - 1886) A set of twelve, Mountain Studies with Cattle and Sheep one signed with initials SRP, each numbered to verso 1 to 12, oil on board, 16.5cm x 25cm £6000 - £10000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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679 L. Rayner (second half, 19th century) Portrait of a Boy of Means, half-length, casually coiffed hair in ringlets, lace-trimmed green velvet jacket signed in pencil, oval, watercolour with gouache, 22cm x 18cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

684 William E Pettingale (19th century) A pair, Heading Home and Cattle Watering signed, oils on canvas, 50cm x 75cm £600 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 685 William Joseph King (Bn.1857) A pair, Children of the Heather and Across the Moor signed, oil on canvas, 16cm x 23.5cm £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

680 Thomas George Cooper (1836 - 1901) Cattle and Sheep, By the Coast signed, oil on canvas, 34cm x 44cm £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

686 Lionel Frederic Ellis CVO CBE DSO MC (1885 - 1970) Idyll by the River signed, titled and indistinctly dated, pen, ink and wash on paper, 20cm x 28cm, inscribed label of provenance to verso: Purchased from Abbott and Holder, London, Nov. 15. 1958, No 9382

681 Lieutenant W.R. Kennedy RN (Marine Artist, exh. 1900) H.M.S. Narcissus, Flagship of Admiral Sir Belvoir Walker K.C.B., Cape Station, South Africa monogrammed, inscribed label to verso, watercolour, 34cm x 24.5cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

Born in Nottingham in 1885, Ellis was commissioned in the Welsh Guards in 1916 and subsequently went on to receive a Military Cross in the First World War and a Distinguished Service Order south of Bavai, before enjoying a rewarding career in welfare services prior to the Second World War. In 1939, Ellis returned to his former regiment where he befriended his fellow Neo-Romantic artist Rex Whistler who was also serving with the Welsh Guards until his tragic death at Normandy in 1944. Whistler’s influence can clearly be seen in this work. £30 - £50 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

682 Walter Cristall (early 20th century) Swanage inscribed and titled in pencil to verso, oil on board, 25.5cm x 35.5cm, fragmentary City of London Art Exhibition label to verso £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 683 Lieutenant W.R. Kennedy RN (Marine Artist, exh. 1900) The Clipper at Full Sale monogrammed K, watercolour, 25cm x 17cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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687 Michael Crawley The Village Square signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 29cm x 40cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

698 Michael Crawley North Parade, Derby signed, inscribed to verso, watercolour, 37.5cm x 28cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

688 Michael Crawley Ashbourne, Derbyshire signed, inscribed to verso, watercolour, 38cm x 28cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

699 Michael Crawley Quarndon Village signed, inscribed to verso, watercolour, 25cm x 36cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

689 Michael Crawley Atacama, Chile signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 30cm x 41cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

700 Michael Crawley Rainy Day, Broadway, New York signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 26cm x 21cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

690 Michael Crawley Blakeney Marshes, Norfolk signed, inscribed to verso, watercolour, 34.5cm x 42.5cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

701 Michael Crawley Ruined Temple, Sri Lanka signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 25cm x 30cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

691 Michael Crawley Bridgegate, Derby signed, inscribed to verso, watercolour, 38cm x 28cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

702 Michael Crawley Spa Lane, Derby signed, inscribed to verso, watercolour, 36cm x 25cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

692 Michael Crawley Central Park, New York signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 31cm x 21cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

703 Michael Crawley Sunny Morning, Provence signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 29.5cm x 24.5cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

693 Michael Crawley Derby Cathedral signed, inscribed to verso, watercolour, 33cm x 36cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

704 Michael Crawley Sunset on the Nile signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 20.5cm x 40cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

694 Michael Crawley Early Morning - Derby Cathedral signed, inscribed to verso, watercolour, 24.5cm x 34.5cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

705 Michael Crawley The Old Harbour, Scarborough signed, inscribed to verso, watercolour, 25cm x 34.5cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

695 Michael Crawley Early Morning Thames Shipping signed, inscribed to verso, watercolour, 20cm x 27cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

706 Michael Crawley Union Square, New York signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 32cm x 22cm £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

696 Michael Crawley Empire State Building, New York signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 32cm x 24cm £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

707 Michael Crawley Winter, Swarkestone Church, Derbyshire signed, inscribed to verso, watercolour, 28.5cm x 37cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

697 Michael Crawley Lille, France signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 34cm x 24cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

709 Robert Winchester Fraser (1846 - 1906) Near Grinstead signed, titled, watercolour, 43cm x 69cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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711 711 Thomas Bush Hardy (English Marine Artist, 1842 - 1897) Mouth of the Medway signed, titled and dated 1896, watercolour, 32cm x 60cm £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

727 727 Attributed to Henry Decon Hillier (pseu. of Henry Hillingford Parker, 1858 - 1930) The Highlands, Cattle by the Loch oil on canvas, 86cm x 110cm £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

713 Warren Williams (Welsh, 1863-1941) Welsh Cove signed, watercolour, 23cm x 36.5cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 715 William James Muller (1812 - 1845) Old Ruins signed, label to verso, watercolour, 24cm x 18cm Provenance: Sotheby’s, June 1972 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 725 A. Castenet (Modernist School) Nursing the Patients signed, inscribed and dated 1970 to verso, 38cm x 46cm £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

728 728 B Hubbard (act. 1839 - 1864) Portrait, Mrs Cartwright Aged 75, half-length, seated on a button back chair, wearing a white cap and collar, black dress and grey shawl titled, inscribed and dated January 21st 1839 to verso, oil on canvas, 76cm x 64cm £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

726 726 Alan Cotton (b. 1936) Seascape - Storm signed, titled to verso, dated 1974, oil on canvas, 77cm x 102cm £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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729 Charles Beaston (1864 - 1949) The Cavalier signed, oil on canvas, 34cm x 24cm £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 730 Charles Rossiter (1827 - 1890) Feeding the Birds, a girl and her friends signed and dated 1875 to verso, oil on canvas, 25cm x 21cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 731 Continental School (19th century) The Eastern Priest oil on millboard, 20cm x 14cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 732 D. Hewitt (English Marine School, 19th century) Napoleonic Wars, Fire Ship and Carnage signed, oil on canvas, 51cm x 77cm £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 733 Dutch School (18th century) Canal Scene oil on metal panel, 13cm x 17cm £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 729

734 Dutch School (18th century) The Scholar at his Books oil on panel, 21.5cm x 16cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 735 Dutch School (19th century) The Young Revellers oil on canvas, 45cm x 34cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 736 Dutch School (early 19th century) After David Teniers the Younger, The Merry Drinker oil on board, 21cm x 16cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 737 Dutch School (late 18th century) The Itinerant Musicians oil on metal panel, 16cm x 13cm £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 738 E. Lav*d**d* (French, mid-20th century) Montmartre, Paris signed and dated 50, inscribed to verso, oil on canvas, 39cm x 46.5cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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741 English School (19th century) Portrait of a Lady, her hair in ringlets oil on canvas, 44.5cm x 31.5cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 742 English School (19th century) Still life, Flowers in a Ginger Jar monogrammed, oil on canvas, 55cm x 37cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 743 English School (early 19th century) Gentleman with a Walking Cane, Jewish Star of David Behind Him oil on tin, 15.5cm x 12cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

739 739 Edwin Ellis (1841 - 1895) White Cliffs oil on panel, 12cm x 29cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

744 English School (third-fourth quarter, 19th century) Portrait of a Gentleman, bust-length, slightly turned to sinister, swept back white hair, handlebar moustache and beard inscribed to verso, oil on canvas, 68cm x 56cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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740 English School (19th century) A pair, Scenes of the English Civil War oils on canvas, 26.5cm x 39cm £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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745 Frank Ernest Beresford (1881 - 1967) Portrait of a Lady signed, dated, inscribed to verso A Royal Academy School Study 1904, Frank E Beresford, oil on canvas, 59cm x 49cm £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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746 G Sutherland Female Face bears signature, dated I.V.56, oil on canvas, 67cm x 53cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

753 Italian School (late 18th/early 19th century) After Raphael, Madonna della sedia oval, oil, 10cm x 7.5cm £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

747 George A Chatteraway Wildfowl in Flight signed, dated 69, oil on canvas, 71cm x 91cm £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

754 Sarah G. John (Abstract, 20th century) Summer by Day, Dreaming by Night monogrammed, watercolour and pencil on paper, 21cm x 21cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

748 German School (19th century) In the Forest, A Huntsman and his Sweetheart oil on mahogany panel, 8.5cm x 12.5cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 749 H. Jones (late 19th century) A pair, The Isle of Man Coast signed, oil on canvases, 20.5cm x 30cm, inscribed labels to verso £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 750 Hendrikus Matheus Horrix (Dutch 1845 - 1923) At the Fence, a Maid on a Country Lane signed, oil on board, 31cm x 21.5cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 751 William Henry Rayworth (1820 - 1905) A pair, Still Lives, Ripe Fruits on a Mossy Ground with Ferns signed, watercolours, 11cm x 15cm £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

755 755 John Haskins (b. 1938) The Old and Young Generation, A Farmer with his Sheep Dog and Flock of Sheep signed, oil on board, 44cm x 60cm £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 756 Jorgen Ejsing (Danish, 1889 - 1954) Winter Landscape signed, dated 1934, oil on canvas, 38cm x 50cm £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 757 Lieutenant-Colonel R.G. Rooth (Impressionist, early to mid 20th century) Sunshine and Shadows signed, titled to verso, oil on canvas, 51cm x 66cm, inscribed to verso: No.5 [...] 10 Guineas, Lt Col R.G. Rooth, Radway House, Bishopsteignton, [Teignmouth, Devon] £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 758 Thomas Creswick (1811 - 1869) Cattle Resting by the Waters Edge signed, watercolour, 22cm x 32cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

752 752 In the Manner of John Charlton RBA (1849-1917) Equine portrait, Peccable, full-length, the background with two further horses in a paddocks monogrammed JC, titled to verso, oil on canvas, 46cm x 56cm £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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759 759 Petr Petrovich Konchalovsky (Russian, 1876 - 1956) Still Life, An Arrangement of Country Flower in Baskets signed in Cyrillic and dated ‘P Konchalovskii/1948’ (upper left) and signed in Cyrillic, dated and numbered 1513 Konchalovskii to verso, oil on canvas, 73cm x 91cm Pyotr Konchalovsky was born in Sloviansk in 1876. In 1889, the Konchalovskys moved to Moscow and later attended classes of Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture. In 1896-1898 he studied at the Académie Julian, Paris. In 1899, he returned to Russia and entered the Imperial Academy of Arts in Saint Petersburg, graduating in 1907. At the Academy, he studied under Savinsky, Zaleman and Kovalevsky. Since 1909, he exhibited frequently, participating in the Golden Fleece, Fraternity, Mir Iskusstva, and New Society of Artists. He was a founding member of the society Jack of Diamonds in 1909. His paintings, as of all other Jacks of Diamond, were strongly influenced by Paul Cézanne.

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761 760 Ronald Pennell (Bn.1935) The Last Green Man engraved, painted and laminated glass panel, 43.5cm x 59cm £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

761 Spanish School (18th century) Madonna and Child oil on canvas laid on board, 57cm x 45cm £250 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

762 R.S. Mayer (exh. 1911 - 1930) Cows by a Stream, a Cottage in the background signed, dated 22, watercolour, 37.5cm x 54.5cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

763 Wilhelm Oscar Engstrom (1830 - 1877) Encampment, Lapland signed, oil on canvas, 66cm x 96cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

764 764 Harold Gresley (1892 - 1967) Portrait of Arthur Barlow signed, oil on canvas, 60cm x 49cm; accompanied by an archive of ephemera illustrative of the life and philanthropic work of the sitter, including framed chalk & charcoal caricature of Barlow by G F Hudson 40cm x 28cm; signed photographs of entertainers and musicians: Dames Sybil Thorndike, Anna Neagle, Paul Robeson, Rawicz & Landauer, Eileen Joyce (print of pastel portrait), Gracie Fields, Ben Lyon & Bebe Damiels, etc; framed photographic portrait of of Barlow with Margot, Countess of Oxford & Asquith, with another, on her own, autographed by the countess; celebrity concert programmes as organised by Barlow (some duplicated); bound souvenir booklet, hand scrivened on vellum Feb 1937 signed HRH Princess Helena Victoria; book Greatorex H N, ‘Melville’s Derby Legacy’ Breedon 1985 (No. 46/1000); newspaper cuttings, receipts for donations, file of Christmas cards from celebrated performers, cache of letters from Elsie & Doris Waters (Gert & Daisy); collection of 58 agency promotional photographic portraits of performers including Gracie Fields, Count McCormack, Richard Tauber, Sir Malcolm Sargent, Anne Browne, etc. also photographs of Royal family: George VI, Queen Elizabeth, Princess Elizabeth as a child (2); correspondence, some from Royal households, also from Beverley Nichols, Sybil Thorndike, etc., framed cartoon of Barlow as footballer scoring £6,000 ‘goal’ son John Barlow’s autograph book containing signatures of many of the above; group of Great war postcards including a hidden U-Boat example (qty) Arthur Barlow, MBE (1890 - 1973) of Little Chester, later of Spondon was a Derbyborn philanthropist who was recognised for having raised many thousands of pounds to the Derby Royal Infirmary, 1911-1948. A manager at the Derby Co-op, he channelled his organising abilities and love of music into persuading some of the biggest names in music to come to Derby at favourable rates (sometimes without charge at all) to perform at concerts, either in the Co-Op Central Hall or the Grand Theatre Babington Lane, which raised over the years more than £6,000. His greatest coup was to persuade Gracie Fields (then the greatest of super-stars) to appear in 1938. £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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765 Thomas Watson (1750 - 1781), after Sir Peter Lely (1618 - 1680), [Henrietta Boyle, Countess of Rochester], [London 1779], mezzotint, 41cm x 32cm, 19th century rectangular gilt country house frame with beaded frieze, incorrectly attributed and inscribed cresting plaque: Elizabeth, Countefs (sic) of Rochester, daughter of Sir John Malet of Enmore [...], 51cm x 42cm overall £30 - £50 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 766 F Dicksee, after, C Waltner, by, Harmony, monochrome, the Gothic Arch slip carved fleur de lys and lion rampant, 54cm x 37.5cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 767 Jean-Pierre Cassigneul (French, b. 1935), by and after, Le Manteau de Fourrure, signed in pencil by the artist, untitled artist’s proof inscribed E.A. in pencil by the artist, [n.d., c. 1967], lithograph printed in colours, 59cm x 43cm £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 768 Laurence Stephen Lowry RBA RA (1887 - 1976), by and after, Mrs. Swindell’s Picture; Figures in a Street, signed in pencil by the artist, FATG blind stamp to margin, offset lithograph, 43cm x 31.5cm £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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769 769 Anthony Gross (1905 - 1984), by and after, La Sierra de Guadarrama, Madrid, monogrammed and dated 1924 within plate, signed, titled and dated 1924 in pencil by the artist in margin, drypoint etching, 16cm x 31.5cm £150 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

770 770 Pablo Ruiz Picasso (1881 - 1973), after, Jeune femme assise contemplant le Minotaure endormi derrière un rideau - 1933, No. 21 from the Vollard Suite, signed in pencil Picasso, titled and numbered in pencil, monogrammed red seal stamp to recto, stamped Magadelen Street Gallery, Cambridge to verso, lithograph, 19.5cm x 26.5cm; another, Quatre modeles devant une t_te sculpt_e - 1934, No. 7 from the Vollard Suite, signed in pencil Picasso, titled and numbered in pencil, stamped Copie D’Epreuve and monogrammed to recto, stamped 20c Art International, Nice, France to verso, lithograph, 19.5cm x 26.5cm, [2] £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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772 771 Emanuel Bowen (1694-1767), by and after, An Accurate Nottingham Shire Describing its Wapontakes and Divisions Drawn from the beft (sic) Authorities afsisted (sic) by the most approved Modern Maps, with various Improvements, Illufstrated (sic) with Hiftorical (sic) Extracts relative to its Natural Produce, Air, Soil, Trade, Manufactures and prefent (sic) State of the principal Towns, Published for John Bowles [..., London c.1770], engraving, delineated handcoloured boundaries, 70cm x 54cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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772 Charles Edward Dixon (1872-1934) The Atlantic Rendezvous, the British fleet meeting the American fleet at the start of World War I signed, dated 1918, watercolour sketch on paper, 36.5 x 56cm This watercolour was commissioned by the Captain of the English Cruiser at the beginning of the World War I £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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Day Three Thursday 25th October at 10.30am

Pottery, Ceramics and Glass

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1130 A Delft dish/charger, painted in bold polychrome enamels with a basket of flowers and foliage, the rim with four similar sprays, 31.5cm diam, c.1740-60 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1135 A pair of 19th century Majolica figures, of a fisherman and fisherwoman, both seated with baskets of fish, in coloured enamels, 27cm high, impressed W&R L in a lozenge mark There is some dispute as to where these figures were made, with both Wayte and Ridge of Staffordshire who produced pottery figures and Wittman and Roth pottery importers of London being thought to be responsible £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1131 A pair of Staffordshire Pugs, seated to the left and right, with black muzzles, yellow eyes, 27.5cm high, c.1890 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1132 A Staffordshire flatback figure, of Napoleon III, modelled sitting on a gun emplacement, his right arm resting on a canon, piles of shells at his feet, titled oval base, EM NAPOLEON, 39.5cm., c.1854; a Staffordshire arbor group, of a courting couple seated under grape vine, 36.5cm high, c.1860; another; a Staffordshire spaniel, seated to the left, copper markings, 24.5cm high, c.1870; etc (6) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1136 A pair of Staffordshire Spaniels, seated to the left and right, black muzzles, with black dot and line eyes, gilt chains, 24cm high, c.1890; another, similar; others, rust markings (5) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1137 A Roger Guerin (1896-1954) stoneware pitcher, relief decorated with heraldic crests, incised scrolls and geometric shapes, 45cm high £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1133 A Mason’s Patent Ironstone panelled octagonal vase and cover, the baluster decorated with a chinoiserie still life in a shaped canted rectangular reserve, further fan-shaped reserve to neck conforming, the cobalt blue ground richly gilded with scrolling leafy stems, gilt baroque dolphin and scroll handles, the finial similar, outlined with further gilt bands to rim and base, 38cm high, carmine printed mark, c.1825 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1138 A Wedgwood Cane ware canted square teapot, cover and stand, applied with fruiting vine, 20cm wide, impressed mark £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1139 An Art Nouveau square plaque, moulded in high relief and centred by a mask of a putti, its wings stretched out in front, within a band of foliate stems, glazed in tones of matte terracotta and red, 30cm x 32cm, c. 1910 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1134 A Minton majolica two-handled game tureen and cover, the cover moulded in relief with hare, mallard and pigeon on a bed of ferns, the basketwork sides with oak leaves, the interior in turquoise, 34cm wide, impressed mark, c.1875 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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Porcelain

1140 1140 An early 19th century creamware frog mug, decorated in yellow and black, cobalt blue and tendril border, the interior wit frog, inscribed Peter Bates 1802, 12cm high, c.1800 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1141 An English bust, of Homer the Greek poet,Wedgwood jasper ware type cobalt blue stand, 23cm high, c.1890 £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1145 1145 A 19th century John Adams & Co. Parian figural group, of a lady seated with a child and man at her side, a dog and basket of flowers at her feet, rocky oval base, 34cm high, of a Man, woman and child with dog £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1146 A 19th century English Porcelain oval plaque, painted by Edith Maplestone with a lady carrying a baby crossing a brook, 25cm x 18cm, velvet frame £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1142

1147 A 19th century English Porcelain rectangular plaque, painted by James Rouse Snr, singed, dated 1873, with an angel holding a dove, a rose on the table, 12cm x 16cm, framed £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1142 A pair of Staffordshire Dalmations, seated to the left and right, mottled green, yellow and brown sponged bases, 12cm high, c.1860 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1148 A 19th century English Porcelain rectangular plaque, probably Royal Worcester, painted by R Perling, signed, with horse being lead to watering hole by a young man, 28cm x 33cm, framed £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1143 A pair of late Victorian Doulton Lambeth salt glazed stoneware cylindrical jug, Worlds Columbian Exposition 1893, sprigged with an American eagle and flags flanked by portrait cartouches of George Washington and Christopher Columbus, further applied in low relief with bands of stars within a border of cobalt blue, scroll handles, 19cm, pattern 8386, impressed marks £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1149 A 19th century English Porcelain rectangular plaque, signed Sousty, painted with a woman and child near of a river and watermill, 25cm x 33cm, framed £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1144 A Royal Doulton two handled vase, painted by George White, The Lesson, with two ladies, one playing a violin and a dog, cream and green ground, gilt handles, 36cm high, printed mark £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% Please note each lot is subject to

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1151 A 19th century English Porcelain rectangular plaque, of colourful summer flowers, 26cm x 23cm, framed £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1159 A 19th century English porcelain rectangular plaque, painted by Sousty, with women faggot gathering, 29cm x 20cm, framed £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1152 A 19th century English Porcelain rectangular plaque, of fishing boats in choppy seas of a continental harbour, 9.5cm x 13cm, framed £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1160 A 19th century English porcelain rectangular plaque, painted with coaching inn on a road, 14cm x 20cm, framed £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1153 A 19th century English Porcelain rectangular plaque, painted with abbey ruins, 13cm x 17cm, framed £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1161 A 19th century English porcelain rectangular plaque, painted with The Silver Strand, Loch Katrine, 19cm x 19cm, framed £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1154 A 19th century English Porcelain rectangular plaque, painted with three men, one on a donkey near a mill, 14cm x 19cm, framed £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1162 A 19th century parian ware table centre or vase, modelled as a pair of scantily clad putti carrying a cornucopia, circular base with acanthus scroll feet, 34cm high, impressed 1572, c.1870 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1155 1155 A 19th century Continental rectangular plaque, painted by OIiver, signed, with boats moored on a pier, 23cm x18cm, framed £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1163

1156 A 19th century Davenport oval porcelain plaque, painted with a portrait of a woman wearing a pink patterned dress, 15cm x 11.5cm. impressed ‘DAVENPORT PATENT’ , framed £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1163 A Berlin figure, of a young lady, wearing a broad brimmed hat and floral skirt, she carries two large wicker baskets, 25cm high, scepter mark, c.1900 £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1157 A 19th century English porcelain circular plaque, painted with Scottish loch, 15cm diam, framed; others (3) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1164 A Coalbrookdale shaped rectangular two handled standish, painted with fanciful birds and encrusted with flowers and foliage, 34cm wide, c.1880 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1158 A 19th century English porcelain pedestal shaped oval dish, the centre painted with foliate sprigs, the handles moulded with grapes, picked out in gilt, 32cm wide, c.1840 £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1165 A Coalport rectangular plaque, painted possibly by J.W. Fall, with a family outside their rustic thatched cottage, 27cm x 21cm, framed £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1166 A Continental porcelain plaque, painted with a rural cottage with figures,29cm x 24cm, framed £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1173 A Minton John Bell Parian figure, of Dorothea, seated on a rock, with waves and shells by her bare feet, 34cm high, impressed and relief moulded factory marks, shape numbers 203, c.1851 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1167 A Copeland figural shell shaped sweetmeat dish, allegorical of Winter, modelled with a child kneeling a warming his hands on a byre, before oversize shell, lightly picked out in blue, gilt and turquoise, 23cm high, impressed marks £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1174 A Minton slender vase and cover, painted by F. E. Bennett, signed, with a lady on heathered moorland, by a lake, gilt leaves, gilt loop, 31.5cm high, printed mark £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1168 A George Jones Crescent China dessert service, comprising nine shaped circular plates, oval serving dish, comport and pedestal dish, each printed with yellow roses and violets, cobalt blue and gilt border, the plates 21cm diam, printed mark, 91180 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1175 A Mintons rectangular tile, painted with a lake with continental house with figures in a boat and at the window, 29cm x 14cm, impressed mark, framed £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1176 A Mintons two handled pedestal ovoid vase, decorated with roses within a blue ribbon cartouche, angular gilt handles, slight domed cover, gilt finial, 30cm high, printed mark £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1169 A German oval plaque, painted with a portrait of a lady wearing a bonnet, carved fruit wood easel frame, 15cm x 11.5cm over frame £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1177 A Moore Brothers figural comport, with cherub holding a cactus flower, the flower in green and yellow, picked out in burnished gilt, oval base with Greek key, 20cm wide, printed mark; others (4) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1170 A Longton Hall leaf shaped dish, finely painted and moulded with heartese, further painted with a moth flowers and a trembly rose, 22cm wide, c. 1755 £350 - £450 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1171 A Longton Hall leaf shaped dish, painted fancy birds and scattered flowers, in relief with leaves, iron red line rim, stork handle, 21.5cm wide, c. 1755 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1178 A New Hall serpentine teapot and cover, decorated in the famille rose palette with flower sprigs, bud finial, 15cm high, c.1790; an octagonal cream jug, outlined in pink, 10.5cm high, c.1790 (2) £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1172 A Minton candle snuffer, Lady Teazle, painted in polychrome, pink skirt, 10.2cm high, c.1845 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1179 A pair of English Porcelain oval plaques, painted with continental castles by lakes, within gilt foliate scroll cartouches on a cobalt blue ground, 20cm x 28cm, framed £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1184 A set of six Minton botanical dessert plates, decorated with various flower samples, the rim interlaced with ovals, picked out in puce and green, gilt line borders, impressed marks and pattern number, late 19th century £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1180 A pair of Minton candle snuffer, Mrs. Malaprop, painted in polychrome, with yellow apron, 9cm high, c.1845 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1185 A Victorian Copeland parian figure, Guardian Angel, sculpted by Louis-Auguste Malempre, Ceramic and Crystal Palace Art Union, 52cm high, impressed marks £80 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1181 A pair of Minton candle snuffers, Mrs. Malaprop and Lady Teazle, painted in polychrome, 9cm and 10.2cm high, c.1845

1186 A W.H. Goss candle snuffer, in the white, of a Welsh lady in traditional, dress, 9.5cvm high £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

Note: These figures, also known as The Rivals, derive from Richard Sheridan’s comedies ‘’The School for Scandal’’ and ‘’The Rival £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1187 An English Porcelain plaque, painted with Loch Lubnaig, initialled T. H. S.,19.5cm square, framed £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1182 A Rockingham shaped circular plate, painted with flowers in gilt cartouches, in the manner Creswell, on a crimson ground, 23.5cm, c.1835; a Derby plate, finely painted Thomas Steele, with fruit, gilt line border, 21cm diam, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red (2) £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1188 An English Porcelain oval plaque, painted with a bridge a house and two boats in gilt cartouche on a blue ground, 20cm x 28cm, framed £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1183 An English porcelain 'Birds of Prey' dessert service, in the style of John Randall, within a turquoise cartouche, comprising six plates and two comports, the plates 22.5cm diam, c.1900 £600 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1183 1191 Masonic and Friendly Society - a 19th century porcelain flitted baluster jug, transfer printed with the Emblem of the Independent Order of Oddfellows and the Emblem of the Widow & Orphan Fund I.O.O.F., inscribed in gilt Presented by Willm. Watson PPGM, Founder of Oddfeloowship in the West of Scotland, Thomas ** of the Ancient Britons Lodge No.77, Wrexham 1844, 20.5cm high, c.1844 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1192 Tapp (William H., M.C.), Jefferyes Hamett O’Neale, 1734 - 1801: Red Anchor Painter and some Contemporaries, limited edition signed, dedicated and numbered by the author 18/250, University of London Press Ltd, London 1938, giltlettered vellum boards as issued, 4to 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1189

1193 A Newhall tea service, pattern 248, for eight, comprising coffee cups, tea bowls saucers, milk jug, sucrier and cover, teapot stand, slop bowl and larger plate, banded in cobalt blue and applied in gilt with leafy foliage, c.1795 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1189 An English Porcelain rectangular plaque, painted with Melrose Abbey, Scotland, with integrated frame, 18cm x 23cm £180 - £220 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1190 English Porcelain - various early 19th century and late teacups and saucers, including Barr Flight Barr, Newhall, Coalport, etc £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1195 A Coalport four octagonal lobed trays, painted with three painted with landscapes and one with heathers and dog roses, gilt borders, 15cm diam, printed mark £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1198 1196 A set of six Coalport demi-tasse cups and saucers, decorated in cobalt blue with stylised anthemions in scrolls, picked out in gilt, printed marks, cased £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1197 An early 19th century Coalport circular plate, painted in Sèvres style with scattered floral sprays under a feathered blue border, 24.5cm diam, c.1840 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1198 An early 20th century Coalport Named View dessert service, comprising of two square handled dishes, a handled oval dish and five plates, each with landscape within a gilt scroll cartouche on a cobalt blue ground, gadrooned rim, printed marks £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1199 A Bow figure of Air, from the Elements series, modelled as a girl holding a billowing robe over her head, standing on cloud scrolls beside a large eagle, 22cm high, c.1755 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1199

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1204 A Bow flared tea bowl and saucer, painted in underglaze blue with stylized Chinese monumental landscapes in fan-shaped reserves, alternating circular reserves of floral sprays, on a powder blue ground, the saucer 11.7cm diam with pseudo Meissen crossed sword marks in underglaze blue, c. 1760 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1201

1200 A Bow figure of a monk, seated, the monk reading from a Bible, in colours, shaped base with rosary beads and cross, 11.5cm high, c.1755 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1205 A Bow shaped circular dessert plate, the centre painted in underglaze with a stylized Chinese riverscape in a circular reserve, the broad fluted rim with further landscapes in fan-shaped reserves and alternating floral sprays in smaller circular reserves, on a powder blue ground, three sprays of foliage to verso, 19cm diam, pseudo Chinese character marks in underglaze blue to verso, c. 1760; another, similar, 18cm diam, c. 1760, (2) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1201 A Bow figure of a girl, holding a flowers and spatula, in colours, 17cm high, c.1755-58 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1202 A Bow octagonal plate, the field with circular cartouche with hut, willow, sampan and rock, the rim with alternating fan and circular cartouches each with flower sprigs and landscape, 17cm wide, pseudo Chinese character marks, c.1770 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1206 A Bow canted rectangular serving dish, of small proportions, the centre painted in underglaze blue with a man rowing a sampan in a stylized riverscape in a canted rectangular reserve, the broad rim with alternating fanshaped and circular reserves with further landscapes and foliage, on a powder blue ground, 8.2cm wide, pseudo Chinese character marks in underglaze blue to verso, c. 1760 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1203 A Bow tea cup and saucer, painted in underglaze blue with fan-shaped reserves of stylized Chinese monumental landscapes, with alternating circular reserves of floral sprays, on a powder blue ground, the teacup with ear-shaped handle, the saucer 13cm diam, c. 1770 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1207 A Bow quatrefoil sauce tureen and stand, painted in underglaze blue with alternating fan-shaped and circular reserves of stylized Chinese landscapes and floral spays, on a powder ground, dentil rim, the tureen 6.5cm high, 16.6cm wide, the oval stand 19cm wide, pseudo Chinese character marks, c. 1760 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1210 1210 A Chelsea shaped oval dish, painted with floral sprays under a claret ground border, enriched with tooled gilding, the feathered edge, 27.5cm wide, gold anchor mark 1760-68 £180 - £220 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1208 1208 A Chelsea figural candlestick, leafy nozzle and sconce, supported on a gardener, he stands holding his spade, encrusted with flowers, scroll bases, 23cm high, gold anchor period 1756-1769 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1211 1211 A Chelsea leaf shaped dish, with green border painted with puce veins flowers and leaves, 23cm wide, red anchor mark, c.1755 £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1212 A Lowestoft The Two Birds pattern tea bowl, decorated in under glaze blue, iron red and picked out in gilt, c.1775 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1213 A Lowestoft circular tea bowl, painted in underglaze blue with a stylized Chinese river landscape, slightly ogee rim with concentric bands, conforming bands to base, 3.9cm high, 6.2cm diam, c. 1760 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1209 1209 A Chelsea rare leaf shaped dish, painted with the two Quail pattern, in red, blue and green, 21cm wide, c. 1755 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1224

1214 Daisy Makeig Jones - a Wedgewood Fairyland Lustre Woodland Aves III pattern circular brooch, decorated with elves and silver birch trunks, sterling silver mount, printed mark £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1224 A Worcester shaped oval dish, decorated with flowers and foliage within vase and fan shaped reserves, on a scale blue ground, 29.5cm wide, crescent mark, c.1770 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1220 An 18th century Bow bowl, decorated in colour with Oriental figures and stand, iron red line border, 20cm diam,c.1760 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1225 A Worcester saucer dish, printed in monochrome with La Amour and signed RH Worcester for Robert Hancock with anchor rebus for Richard Holdship, 17.5cm diam, c.1760 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

Worcester

1226 A Worcester reeded teacup and coffee cup, attributed to James Giles atelier and painted in Dry Blue, with delicately painted tulips, pansies, auricular on sprigs and in bunches, gilt dentil rims, c.1768 £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1221 A Worcester The Marchioness of Huntley pattern square lobed dish, painted with colourful spiralling flower festoons, within a gilt C-scroll cartouche, apple green border, 20.5cm wide, c.1770 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1227 A Worcester reeded saucer dish, painted in Kakiemon style, with banded hedges and flowering plants, all in shades of puce, scrolling styled border in puce, picked out in gilt, 19cm diam, c.1772 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1222 A Worcester teacup and saucer, decorated in the Sèvres style, entwined handle in puce, painted with painted with colourful floral bouquets and sprigs, floral sprig to centre of cup, crossed swords and nine mark, c.1765 £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1223 A Worcester Sir Joshua Reynolds pattern saucer, decorated with alternating panels with a long tailed bird perched on a rock in brilliant turquoise, yellow, red and blue enamels, on a white ground, divided by wet blue panels with roundels of flowers, 12.5cm diam, crescent mark; a `Dalhousie’ type sugar bowl, painted with a tree on a grassy bank with a watchtower by a stream, blue and gilt border hung with swags of fruit and foliage and colourful insects in flight, 8cm high, crescent mark, c.1770-80 (2) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1228 A Worcester reeded French shaped coffee cup, painted with colourful flowers and a ladybird, gilded border, c.1770 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1229 A Worcester reeded French shape teabowl and saucer, decorated with borders of white and black chain on a turquoise band, outlined in gilt, c.1775. £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1234 A Worcester ovoid vase, brightly painted with two Fancy Birds standing in a landscape, another in flight, within a gilt C- scroll cartouche, the verso conforming, the shoulder with two small reserves with birds in flight, on a scale blue ground, the neck with gilt band with white flowerheads, the interior with gilt leafy scrolls and trellis, 15.5cm high, square mark, c.1768-72 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1230 1230 A Worcester Pine Cone pattern shaped oval basket, printed in underglaze blue with peony between two pine cones and a pomegranate within scrollwork border, 18.5cm wide, crescent mark in underglaze blue, c.1775 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1231 A Worcester Pine Cone pattern shaped circular basket, printed in underglaze blue with two pine cones, peony and pomegranate, 21cm diam, crescent marks, c.1770 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1235 1235 A Worcester moulded junket dish, finely painted with exotic birds in landscape within scale moulded flutes, the sides painted with floral sprays and insects,21cm diam, c.1770 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1236 A Worcester Mansfield pattern coffee cup, painted with the scrolling foliage, crescent mark, c. 1760-75; another (2) £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1237 A rare Worcester tea bowl, pencilled in black with a chinoiserie scene with a man holding a parasol and bird, by a pine tree, fence and birds in flight, lambrequin border, the saucer 11.8cm diam, workman’s mark to tea bowl, Sir Jeremy Lever Collection label, c.1756 £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1232 1232 A Worcester pierced basketwork dish, vine leaf moulding, the centre painted with flowers under a honeycomb moulded border painted in bright yellow, the over lapping loops painted with flowers, two twig handles, 29.5cm wide, c. 1765 £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1238 A Worcester Warmestry fluted cup and saucer, delicately painted with flower sprays and sprigs, gilded rims, the saucer 11.5cm diam, square mark, c.1765-70 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1233 A Worcester Pagoda pattern tea bowl and saucer, printed in underglaze blue with pagoda, bridge and figures, elaborate scroll border, pseudo mark; another, similar (2) £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1239 A Worcester scalloped circular plate, painted with a bouquet of flowers and scattered sprigs, brown line rim, 21cm diam, c.1765-70 £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1240 A Worcester Two Quails pattern globular teapot and cover, brightly decorated with black pencilled birds among formal rocks and colourful plants, the cover with pointed finial, 16cm high, c.1770 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1247 A Worcester ‘The Windmill’ pattern bell shaped medium mug, grooved handle, printed in monochrome after an engraving by Robert Hancock, with a river-scene with a water mill, fisherman and weir, the verso with windmill and other buildings, the ground with birds in flight, 12.1cm high, c.1760 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1241 A Worcester shaped circular plate, possibly early James Giles, painted with scattered sprigs and three colourful formal bouquets of forget-me-nots, convolvulus, harebells and other foliage, red line border, 22.2 diam. c.1765 £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1248 A Worcester quatrelobed bottle shape vase, lug handles, painted in coloured enamels in ‘Rogers’ style, with a Meissen type bouquet of colourful flowers, scattered sprigs, the verso with butterfly, 16.6cm high, c.1758 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1242 A Worcester Red Bull pattern small bowl, coloured and outlined in black with bull, figures, large rock, tree and red sun, 10.3cm diam, c.1758 £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1249 A Worcester lobed square dessert dish, painted in the atelier of James Giles, with sprays of ‘Spotted Fruit’, 20cm wide, c.1775-80 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1243 A Worcester tea bowl and saucer, printed in purple after Robert Hancock, with The Signal Tower, a harbour scene with a signal tower, church, houses and a three story classical ruin on a stepped platform and buildings across the harbour, three sailing boats and a punt in the harbour, the tea bowl with `The Ferry’ with an Italian river scene, the verso with a man in a punt, c.1762

1250 A Worcester reeded large saucer dish, possibly painted in the James Giles atelier in Neo-Classical manner in black and gilt with flowerheads within garlands and swags of husks, suspended from gilt bands, 21cm wide, c.1775-80 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1251 A Worcester shaped circular plate, possibly early James Giles, painted with scattered sprigs and three colourful formal bouquets of forget-me-nots, convolvulus, tulip and other foliage, red line border, 22.2 diam. c.1765 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

Provenance: Sir Jeremy Lever Collection, Part II, Bonhams;The Harris Masterson Collection, Texas £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1244 A Worcester ‘The Tea Party’ No. 2 tea bowl and saucer, printed after an engraving by Robert Hancock, with a lady and gentleman in period costume on a sofa, with a shaped table, a small dog at their feet, the interior with a swan, the verso with `Maid and Page’ No. 1, with a serving maid and a page boy carrying a plate and a kettle, black lines to rims, 12.6cm diam saucer, c.1760 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1252 A Worcester tea bowl and saucer, decorated in the manner of James Giles, painted in puce monochrome with flowers and feathered foliage within gilt rococo cartouches, c.1770 £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1253 A Worcester tea bowl and saucer, decorated in the James Giles style with cut and whole fruit in purple monochrome, gilt rims, saucer 12.8cm diam, c.1765 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1245 A Worcester ‘The Milking Scene’ No. 1 trumpet shaped vase, printed in monochrome with an engraving after Robert Hancock, with a boy leaning on a tree talking to a girl milking a cow, the base with standing and reclining cow, the ground with scattered birds in flight, 15cm high, c.1765

1254 A Worcester shaped circular plate, painted with stylised flowers and sprigs within gilt fan and vase shaped cartouches, on a scale blue ground, 20.4cm diam, crescent mark, c.1770 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

Provenance: R. H. Marshall Collection.The Gladys L. Robertson Collection. Galt. Ontario. Joseph Handley Collection. £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1255 A Worcester shaped circular dessert plate, in the Meissen manner, printed in puce and overpainted in bright enamels with figures amongst classical ruins, reserved within gilded borders on a scale blue ground, the rim with smaller panels of painted florets, . 22.7diam, square mark, c.1768

1246 A Worcester L’Amour pattern sugar bowl, printed in monochrome after an engraving by Robert Hancock, with a courting couple, her maid standing behind and a gardener with roller, the verso with Garden Statuary pattern and The Garland Makers, with three girls, two seated and one standing making garlands of flowers in a landscape with a ruined castle and flying birds, the interior with black line, 10.1cm diam, c.1758-65 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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Provenance: Alixe. W. McCart Collection; Mrs D. MacCallum Collection £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1256 A Worcester Pickle Leaf Vine pattern small leaf tray. serrated blue feather edging, 9cm wide, single dot workman’s mark, c.1758-60 £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1264 A Worcester Bat pattern teapot stand, printed in underglaze blue, with blue wash, with bats in flight and a vase of flowers by a fence, gilt border, 15cm wide, c.1780 £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1257 An English Porcelain Fruit Sprays pattern small cylindrical mug, possibly Coalport, printed in blue with whole and sliced fruit and foliage, 8.5cm high, c.1770 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1265 A Worcester The Gilliflower pattern circular plate, ozier-moulded border, printed in blue with floral sprigs and insects, 24.5cm diam, hatched crescent mark, c.1770 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1258 A Worcester Pomegranate pattern guglet, printed in underglaze blue with pine cones, peony and pomegranate, the verso with foliate spray, the ground with floral moths, scattered fruits and insects, bulbous neck, 26cm high, crescent mark, c.1765-70

1266 A Worcester The Gilliflower pattern lozenge shaped dish, ozier-moulded border, printed in blue with floral sprigs and insects, 25cm wide, open crescent mark, c.1770 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1267 A Worcester Formal Rose pattern butter boat, moulded in relief, painted in underglaze blue with a rose and trailing sprays of leaves and flowers, 9cm wide, crescent mark to underside of handle, c.1760 £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

Ref. Similar example in the Zorensky Collection, Part I, Bonhams, Part I, P.126 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1259 A Worcester Fence pattern ogee shaped chocolate cup and saucer, serpent handles, printed in underglazed blue with fence, chrysanthemums and other foliage, painted cell border, crescent marks, The Wright Collection label, c.1765 Similar item in Zorensky Collection, Part I, Bonhams, P.129 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1268 A Worcester Two Peony Rock Bird pattern ivy shaped pickle dish, the underside with veins, painted in underglaze blue with a bird perched on a tall pierced rock flanked by flowering plants, scroll border, the thumb rest with leaves, 7.5cm wide, workman’s mark, c.1755 Provenance:The Frank Wheeldon Collection, Bonhams, p. 38 £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1260 A large Worcester Bouquets pattern cylindrical mug, printed in underglaze blue with sprays of flower, grooved strap handle, 14.5cm diam, hatched crescent mark, c.1770 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1269 A large Worcester Fisherman and Billboard Island pattern strap fluted sauce boat, painted in blue with two Chinese scenes in the reserved panels, the interior with floral spray and ornament, diaper borders, the handle with a pronounced thumb rest, 20cm wide, workman’s mark, c.1757 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1261 A Worcester Telephone Box pattern ovoid vase, painted in cobalt blue with figures in a garden by a fence, vases and stands nearby, within foliate scroll cartouches, lambrequin and diaper panel border, 22cm high, crescent mark,c.1770

1270 AWorcester lobed silver shaped dessert dish, painted with a vignette of colourful flowers reserved on a `wet blue’ ground , diaper borders, 22.5cm diam, square mark, c.1770

Ref. A similar pattern in Zorensky Collection, Part III, Bonhams. P.129 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

Provenance: H. Rissik Marshall Collection label for Beauchamp Galleries London £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1262 A rare Worcester The Plantation slop bowl, well painted with fence, foliage, building and ducks, the interior with flower sprig, 12cm diam, c.1760 Ref: Branyan, French and Sandon 1.D.11 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1271 A Worcester Two Peony Rock Bird pattern shell shaped pickle dish, painted in blue with a bird perched on a tall pierced rock flanked by flowering plants, scroll border, 9cm wide, workman’s mark, c.1758

1263 A Worcester reeded tea bowl and saucer, painted in blue with flower spray within a formal border, crescent marks, c.1760

Provenance:The Susi and Ian Sutherland Collection, Bonhams £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

Provenance: Mellors and Kirk Saleroom, Nottingham. £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1275 A 19th century Chamberlain Worcester dessert service, decorated in the chinoserie manner, with two figures in an oriental scene, comprising three shell dishes, two oval dishes and eight dessert plates, printed mark in red, c.1840 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 114

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1276 A Barr Flight and Barr circular plate, painted by William Billingsley, with colourful summer flowers and sprigs, gilt banded, 20.5cm diam, printed and impressed marks, r c. 1810 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1286 A Royal Worcester candle snuffer, Country Girl, tying her bonnet , picked out in gilt, 13.5cm high, printed crown and circle mark in green, registration diamond £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1277 A Barr Worcester dessert service, comprising six shaped circular plate sand a shaped circular dish, each decorated in brown with scrolling leaves, outlined in gilt, impressed B £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1278 A Grainger and Co Worcester basket weave bowl, printed and painted with flowers and foliage on a blush ivory ground picked out in gilt, 19.5cm diam, printed mark in green; a Royal Worcester ovoid vase, 10.5cm high, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1909; others, 1663; G799; etc (7) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1279 A pair of Royal Worcester shaped circular plates, painted by Raymond Rushton, signed, with yachts, 22cm diam, printed crown and circle mark , date code for 1919; a Royal Worcester plate, painted with autumnal leaves and berries, 22cm diam, date code for 1940 (3) £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1287 & 1186 1287 A Royal Worcester candle snuffer, in the white, Toby, 8cm high, printed crown and circle mark in green £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1280 A Royal Worcester biscuit candle snuffer, of Budge, 10.5cm high; others, Young Girl, Feathered Hat, Toddie, Owl, Monk and Nun (7) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1281 A Royal Worcester blush ivory cylindrical jug, printed and painted with flowers, in relief with gilt foliage, reeded loop handle, 20.5cm high, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1912, shape no.1047 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1282 A Royal Worcester budgerigar, green, 18cm high, printed crown and circle mark in black, 2663; others, various; a similar canary, 16cm high, shape no.2665 (5) £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1283 A Royal Worcester candle snuffer, of Feathered Cap, in pink and green, 8cm high, printed mark in green and registration diamond £180 - £220 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1284 A Royal Worcester candle snuffer, Boy with a Boater, picked out in gilt, 10cm high, printed crown and circle mark £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1288, 1284, 1333, 1283 & 1286 1288 A Royal Worcester candle snuffer, Town Girl, modelled as a Victorian lady holding a fan, picked out in gilt, 10cm high, printed crown and circle mark in green £250 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1285 A Royal Worcester candle snuffer, Confidence, modelled as a singing Jenny Lind, the Swedish Nightingale, with a nightingale`s head, green dress, 11cm. high, printed crown and circle marks in puce; others, Japanese Girl and Mandarin (3) £250 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% Please note each lot is subject to

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1289 A Royal Worcester candle snuffer, Mr Caudle, wearing a night cap and blanket, lightly coloured, 8cm high, printed crown and circle mark in puce, 1893; others,The Owl; French Cook; Witch (4) £250 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1294 A Royal Worcester model of an elephant, after James Hadley, standing, with trunk down, in blush ivory, a howdah on its back, in turquoise and gilt, 18.5cm high, unmarked £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1295 A Royal Worcester ovoid vase, with two lion mask handles, printed and painted with flowers on a blush ivory ground, 16.5cm high, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1903, shape no.1399; a Royal Worcester amphora shaped vase, printed and painted with flowers on a blush ivory ground, date code for 1917, shape no.H286 (2) £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1290 A Royal Worcester flat sided jug, printed and painted with foliate sprigs, reeded gilt loop handle, 16.5cm high, printed crown and circle mark,, shape no.1094; others, various, 1116, 1026 and 1378 (4) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1291 A Royal Worcester jardinière, painted by Reginald Austin, signed, pink roses in panels, burnished gilt borders, 18cm diam, printed crown and circle marks, date code for 1909 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1296 A Royal Worcester ovoid vase, painted by Harry Davies, signed with highland sheep, 8cm high, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1908 £600 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1292 A Royal Worcester lobed bowl, printed and painted with spider, web and brambles and foliage, on blush ivory ground, 22.5cm diam, printed crown and circle mark in green, date code for 1900, shape no.1433 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1297 A Royal Worcester rare Parian group, of Faust and Margaret, they stand, his arm resting on her shoulder, 33cm high, c.1890 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1293 A Royal Worcester miniature tyg, printed and painted with summer flowers on a blush ivory, 3.5cm high, printed crown adn circle mark, date code for 1911; others, similar; a Royal Worcester miniature mug, decorated with blossom, 4cm high, printed crown and circle mark; others (12) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1298 A Royal Worcester rectangular plaque, painted by P Platt, signed, ripe apples and grapes on a mossy ground, 10.5cm x 16.5cm, printed crown and circle mark in black, framed £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1302 A Royal Worcester shaped circular plate, painted by Richard Seabright, signed, with ripe pears and blue berries, within a jewelled gilt cartouche on a cobalt blue ground, the rim with six shaped oval pink cartouches with raised gilt acanthus leaves and harebell tendrils, 22cm diam, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1912 £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1299 A Royal Worcester shaped circular plate, painted by Albert Shuck, signed, with ripe peaches and gooseberries, within fancy gilt cartouche, the border with six shaped cartouches in pink applied in gilt with leafy scrolls jewelled in gilt, on a ruby ground, 22cm diam, printed mark in puce, date code for 1929 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1303 A Royal Worcester shaped oval dish, painted by Albert Shuck, signed, with ripe pears and blueberries, within fancy gilt cartouche, the border with six shaped cartouches in pink applied in gilt with leafy scrolls jewelled in gilt, on a ruby ground, 27cm wide, printed mark in puce, date code for 1929 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1300 A Royal Worcester shaped circular plate, painted by Albert Shuck, signed, with ripe pears and blueberries, within fancy gilt cartouche, the border with six shaped cartouches in pink applied in gilt with leafy scrolls jewelled in gilt, on a ruby ground, 22cm diam, printed mark in puce, date code for 1929 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1304 A Royal Worcester tapering cylindrical vase, applied in gilt with poppies, on a blush ivory ground, pierced base, 37cm high, printed crown and circle mark, c.1880, shape 756; a Royal Worcester bottle vase, gilt leaves and foliage, 16.5cm high, printed crown and circle mark in green; a similar shell shaped sweetmeat dish, blush ivory, 14.5cm wide, printed crown and circle mark, shape no.G32; a 19th century reticulated pot pourri vase, in blush ivory, 24cm high, c.1900 (4) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1301 A Royal Worcester shaped circular plate, painted by Richard Seabright, signed, with ripe peaches and cherries, within a jewelled gilt cartouche on a cobalt blue ground, the rim with six shaped oval pink cartouches with raised gilt acanthus leaves and harebell tendrils, 22cm diam, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1912 £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1305 A Royal Worcester tusk jug, printed with flowers and foliage on a blush ivory ground, 19cm high, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1913, model no.1116; a similar flared leaf vase, 20.5cm high, printed crown and circle mark in green, G915; others, 1094; 2262; 1507; 2247 (7) £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1311 An early Derby Pale Family figure, of a boy playing the violin, wearing a tricorn hat, pink jacket and floral trousers, leafy scroll base, 15.5cm high, c.1760 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1312 An early 19th century English porcelain rectangular plaque, probably Derby, painted with a still life of country flowers in a red campagna vase on a ledge, 26cm x 21cm, indistinct manuscript label to verso £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1306 A Royal Worcester two handled pedestal ovoid vase, painted with thistles in the manner of Edward Raby on a blush green ground, 20.5cm high, crown and circle mark in green, date code for 1902; a Royal Worcester two handled blush ivory vase, painted with flowers, 16.5cm high, date code for 1903, shape no.2249 (2) £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1307 A set of eight Royal Worcester demi-tasse cups and saucers, decorated with flower heads and gilt swags on a cobalt blue ground, eight silver gilt spoons, Mappin and Webb, London 1928, cased £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

Derby and Associated Factories 1310 A good Derby Patch Mark inkstand, with pen box and cover, taper stick flanked by well and pounce pot, decorated with classical ruins, insects and moths, in colours, the base in relief with leafy scrolls, picked out in green and gilt, scroll feet, the cover with two cherubs cuddling a goat on a bed fruiting vine, 25cm wide, c.1765 £600 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1313 1313 An early 19th century English Porcelain rectangular plaque, probably Derby, painted with a view of the Derbyshire Hills, 17cm x 22cm, framed £180 - £220 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1314 D Birbeck (Derby Artist) Quails signed, watercolour, 26cm x 37.5cm; another, Mallards Taking to Flight, 23.5cm x 37.5cm (2) £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1316 1315 A pair of Derby Patch Mark figural candlestick, Allegorical of the Seasons, Spring and Autumn, seated scantilly draped holding flowers, ormolu nozzles, leafy sconces, 16.5cm high, c.1770 £180 - £220 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1316 A pair of 19th century English Porcelain rectangular plaques, painted by Ablott with Windermere Lake and riverscape, 15cm x 20cm, framed £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1317 A Derby Tithe Pig Group, modelled with parson and a couple, he wearing a broad brimmed hat and hands clasped, she with bonnet and cape holding a baby, he wearing a pink jacket and breeches holding a piglet, oval moulded base with piglet, basket of eggs and wheatsheaves, before bocage, 16cm high, incised 223, c.1770 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1318 A Derby shaped circular plate, painted by Complin with birds and foliage, within a gilt cartouche, banded borders, 21cm diam, crown, crossed batons and D mark in puce £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1319 A Derby Patch Mark figure, of a cherub holding a nest of chicks, with floral garland, 12cm high, c.1770 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1322 1322 A Derby Pale Period figure, of a Dresden Shepherdess, she stands wearing a broad brimmed hat, holding a flower posy a lamb at her feet, high scroll moulded base, 27cm high, c.1765 £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1320 A Derby Patch Mark figure, of a boy seated wearing a floral chaplet and holding a basket of flowers, before bocage, pierced scroll base, 13cm high, c.1770 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1323 A Derby Named View two handled pedestal ovoid vase, painted with a scene, In Wales, within a gilt oval cartouche, the ground with gilt Regency scrolls, scroll handles, square base, 23cm high, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, c.1810 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1321 A Derby Patch figure, of a musician, she stands playing the triangle, wearing feathers in her hair, peach and gilt bodice, pink and floral skirt, red shoes with floral buckles, before bocage, scroll base, incised 303, 18cm high, c. 1770 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% Please note each lot is subject to

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1324 A Derby figure,The WelchTailor’s Wife, she with child at her breast, the kids suckling, oval scroll base, 14.5cm high, c.1790 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1325 A Derby figure, of a boy, standing wearing a floral chaplet, holding a basket of flowers, scroll base, 13.5cm high, c.1770 £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1326 A Derby figure group,The Hairdresser, modelled with a gallant holding a mirror, wearing colourful clothes, a lady seated holding a mirror, wearing a throw and fancy dress, pierced circular base, 17.5cm high, crossed swords, c.1820 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1328 1328 A Derby Crown Porcelain Company Persian Inspired panelled baluster vase and cover, decorated with alternating pink and lemon panels, with raised gilt scrolling flowers and foliate, angular handles, 40cm high, printed mark, date code for 1887 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1327 1327 A Derby figure group, ‘Spinning Group of Two’, modelled with a lady spinning a man standing at her ise, in fancy dress, pierced scroll base, 16cm high, crossed swords, incised no.80 Although mentioned in Haslem and referred to in Bradshaw, Factory No. 80 does not appear to have been previously photographed £250 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1329 A Derby model of the Welch Tailor’s s Wife, she sits astride a goat with suckling kid, wearing a broad rimmed hat, blouse and skirt, a child in her arms, a basket with two babies on her back, scroll base, 19cm high,, oval scroll base, 14.5cm high, incised No.62 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1338 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern circular bowl, 24cm diam, printed mark £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1339 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern circular bowl, 24cm diam, printed mark £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1340 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 ginger jar and cover, 19cm high, printed mark £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1341 A set of six Royal Crown Derby 1128 Imari pattern dinner plates, 27cm diam, printed marks £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1330 1330 A Bloor Derby Named-View spreading cylindrical night light or vase, painted in the manner of Daniel Lucas Snr with Haddon Hall, Derbyshire, gilt canted cartouche, on a dark blue ground, everted leafy rim alternating in gilt and white, 15cm high, large crown over D in red, c. 1820 - 1825 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1342 An early 20th century Royal Crown Derby plaque, painted by Cuthbert Gresley, signed, with fanciful birds, in landscape and rose swags, 13cm x 19cm, framed £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1343 A Royal Crown Derby Old Avesbury pattern dinner and coffee service, printed with fanciful birds and foliage, comprising meat plate, two oval dishes, eight dinner plates, fourteen side plate, gravy boat and stand, printed mark £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1331 A Sampson Hancock Peacock, modelled by Whitaker, tail down, picked out in gilt and colours, perched on flower encrusted branches, S-scroll base, 18cm high, S.H., crown, crossed swords and D mark in puce; another, similar (2) . £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1344 A pair of Royal Crown Derby Olde Avesbury Castleton candlesticks, printed in brown with fanciful birds, picked out in yellow, red and green, 26cm high, printed mark £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1332 A Sampson Hancock Derby imari pattern shell shaped dish, painted in the typical palette, 23cm wide, S.H. crown, crossed batons and D mark in red £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1345 A Royal Crown Derby Imari dinner service, pattern 2712, comprising twenty four dinner plates, six soup plates, four graduated meat plates, soup tureen cover and stand, two tureens, one cover, sauce tureen and cover, printed marks, various date codes £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1333 A Sampson Hancock Derby candle snuffer, of a monk, holding a prayer book, coloured in flesh tones, black robe, 10cm high £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1334 A pair of Sampson Hancock figural salts, of a gentleman and lady, both in 18th century dress, seated bu oversize baskets, 15cm high, S H, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1346 A Royal Crown Derby Warwick shape dessert service, designed by John Porter Wale, comprising two shaped square dessert plates, oval side plates, thirteen shaped circular plates, each decorated with wild flowers and grasses on a blush ivory ground, light green borders, sponged in gilt, printed marks, c.1890 £150 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1335 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern two handled basket, of shaped rectangular form, 29cm wide, printed mark £400 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1347 A Royal Crown Derby Royal Antoinette pattern dinner, tea and coffee service, for eight, comprising serving plate, two tureens and covers, gravy boat and stand, cake stand, dinner, dessert and bowls, cups, saucers and side plates, two teapot, coffee pot, milk jug and sucrier, etc, each with English summer flowers swags and gilt, printed marks £600 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1336 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern two handled basket, of shaped rectangular form, 29cm wide, printed mark £400 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1337 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern pedestal shaped square comport, in relief with dolphins to angles, 27cm wide, printed mark £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1348 A Royal Crown Derby circular plaque, painted by W. E. J. Dean, signed, Lion Rock Dovedale, 8.5cm diam, printed mark in green £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1356 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Rowsley Rabbit, commissioned by John Sinclair, printed mark, gold stopper, certificate, limited edition 346/500, boxed £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1349 A Royal Crown Derby miniature scuttle, 9cm high, printed mark, date code for 1906 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1357 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Bakewell Duck, commissioned by John Sinclair, printed mark, gold stopper, certificate, limited edition 79/500, boxed £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1350 A Royal Crown Derby 6299 pattern miniature teapot, 10cm long, printed mark, date code for 1910 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1358 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Ashbourne Hedgehog, commissioned by John Sinclair, printed mark, gold stopper, certificate, limited edition 468/500, boxed £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1351 A Royal Crown Derby 6299 pattern miniature scuttle, 6cm high, printed mark, date code for 1907 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1359 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Stoney Middleton Squirrel, commissioned by John Sinclair, printed mark, gold stopper, certificate, limited edition 359/500, boxed £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1352 A Royal Crown Derby 6299 pattern miniature cauldron, 6cm high, printed mark, date code for 1911 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1360 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Buxton Badger, commissioned by John Sinclair, printed mark, gold stopper, certificate, limited edition 481/500, boxed £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1353 A Royal Crown Derby Mansion House dwarf, standing, wearing a broad brimmed hat, floral fancy shirt, orange sash, shaped circular base, 17cm high, printed mark, modern £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1354 & 1353 1354 A Royal Crown Derby Mansion House dwarf, richly attired in 17th century cavalier costume, wearing a floral waistcoat pointed hat with play bill of the Theatre Royal, Haymarket, 17cm high, printed mark, modern £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1355 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Unicorn, specially designed to celebrate the New Millennium by Louise Adams, limited edition 1638/2000, gold stopper, 14cm wide, printed marks, certificate, boxed £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1361 1361 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Cheshire Cat, commissioned by John Sinclair, printed mark, gold stopper, certificate, limited edition 328/500, boxed £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1368, 1367, 1373, 1371 & 1372 1365 A Pinxton boat shaped sucrier, pattern 1, divided loop handles, decorated with cornflowers and red foliage, red line border, 19.5cm wide, c.1800 See Gent The Patterns and Shapes of the Pinxton China Factory, 1796 - 1813, p.49 £80 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1369 A Pinxton Bute shaped teacup, decorated in sepia with landscape, gilt line border, c.1800; a similar tea bowl and side plate (3) £180 - £220 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1370 A Pinxton Bute squat oval creamer, pattern no.343, decorated in the Imari palette with winged flower roundels, amongst scrolls, gilt line rims, 11cm high, c.1800 Billingsley Mansfield, Pinxton Porcelain Society Exhibition, Mansfield Museum 1990, Exhibit no.625; The John B Sheppard Collection label £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1366 A Pinxton Bute shaped tea bowl and saucer, pattern no.1, decorated with cornflower sprigs in red, red line border, c.1796 See Gent The Patterns and Shapes of the Pinxton China Factory, 1796 - 1813, p.49 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1367 A Pinxton Bute shaped tea bowl and saucer, pattern no.283, decorated in gilt with scrolling foliage, c.1796 See Gent The Patterns and Shapes of the Pinxton China Factory, 1796 - 1813, p.68 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1371 A Pinxton Bute teacup and saucer, pattern no.272, decorated with alternating purple and yellow flowerheads and foliage, c.1800 See Gent The Patterns and Shapes of the Pinxton China Factory, 1796 - 1813, p.66 £250 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1368 A Pinxton Bute shaped teacup and saucer, pattern no.1, banded with gilt seaweed and foliage, 19.5cm diam, c.1800 See Gent The Patterns and Shapes of the Pinxton China Factory, 1796 - 1813, p.117 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1372 A Pinxton Bute teacup and saucer, pattern no.330, decorated with a deep banded border with panels in cobalt, iron red, green and gilt with reserves of stylised flowers and diaper, gilt line rims, c.1800 Billingsley Mansfield, Pinxton Porcelain Society Exhibition, Mansfield Museum 1990, Exhibit nos.60 and 65; the saucer with The John B Sheppard Collection label See Gent The Patterns and Shapes of the Pinxton China Factory, 1796 - 1813, p.70 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1373 A Pinxton Bute teacup and saucer, pattern no.370, decorated with oak leaves and flowers in orange and gold on a brown ground, marked with pattern no., c.1800 See Gent The Patterns and Shapes of the Pinxton China Factory, 1796 - 1813, p.78 £250 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1374 A Pinxton Bute teacup, coffee can and saucer, pattern no.12, decorated with monochrome roses and sprigs, brown line border, c.1800 £250 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1378 A Pinxton coffee can, teacup and saucer, pattern no.275, decorated in puce and gilt with sprigs, bands of scrolling foliage, gilt line rim, 16.5cm diam, c.1800 See Gent The Patterns and Shapes of the Pinxton China Factory, 1796 - 1813, p.66 £250 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1375 A Pinxton Bute teacup, coffee can and saucer, pattern no.282, decorated with a banded border of demi-circles and flowers in brown and gilt, gilt line rims, marked with pattern no.282, c.1800 See Gent The Patterns and Shapes of the Pinxton China Factory, 1796 - 1813, p.67 £250 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1379 A Pinxton coffee can, teacup and saucer, pattern no.218, decorated in landscape, gilt line rim, 16.5cm diam, pattern no. in red, c.1800 See Gent The Patterns and Shapes of the Pinxton China Factory, 1796 - 1813, p.62 £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1376 A Pinxton circular plate, pattern 104, decorated with poppies and cornflowers, gilt line rims, 20cm diam, c.1800 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1380 A Pinxton coffee cup and saucer, pattern 342, decorated in the Imari palette with panels of stylised flowers and scrolls, pattern no. in gilt, c.1800 See Gent The Patterns and Shapes of the Pinxton China Factory, 1796 - 1813, p.342 £180 - £220 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1377 A Pinxton coffee can and saucer, pattern no.46, decorated with cornflower sprigs, gilt line border, marked with a P, c.1800 See Gent The Patterns and Shapes of the Pinxton China Factory, 1796 - 1813, p.52 £80 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1378, 1375 & 1393

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1381 A Pinxton fluted coffee can and saucer, banded with pansies and foliage in red, lilac and green, gilt line rim, c.1800 See Gent The Patterns and Shapes of the Pinxton China Factory, 1796 - 1813, p.102 £250 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1385 A Pinxton oval sucrier and cover, pattern 13, with drop oval handles, decorated with cornflower sprigs, blue line border, stepped domed cover, 16.5cm wide, c.1800 See Gent The Patterns and Shapes of the Pinxton China Factory, 1796 - 1813, p.14 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1382 A Pinxton fluted coffee cup, banded in yellow and decorated in black with stylised foliage, gilt line borders, c.1800 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1383 A Pinxton fluted tea bowl and saucer, initialled E.B. (Edith Bretherwick) within an iron red circular cartouche, blue line border, c.1800 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1386, 1389 & 1385 1386 A Pinxton oval sucrier and cover, pattern 9, with drop oval handles, decorated with grey swags with yellow and green foliage, blue line border, stepped domed cover, 16.5cm wide, c.1800 See Gent The Patterns and Shapes of the Pinxton China Factory, 1796 - 1813, p.50 £250 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1384 & 1370 1384 A Pinxton oval shaped high handle creamer, pattern no.335, decorated in gilt with Greek key and stiff oak leaves, 12cm high, c.1800 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1387 1387 A Pinxton oval teapot stand, the field painted with a rectangular cartouche with Derbyshire river scene, within purple and gilt swag cartouche, on a red scaled ground, 17cm wide, c.1800 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1391 & 1365 1391 A Pinxton two handled boat shaped sucrier, pattern 351, banded in gilt with interlaced ovals, 20cm wide, c.1800 See Gent The Patterns and Shapes of the Pinxton China Factory, 1796 - 1813, p.74 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1388 A Pinxton shell shaped dessert dish, pattern 24, banded in pink above a scrolling iron red foliate border, 19.5cm wide, c.1800 £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1389 A Pinxton spirally fluted oval sucrier and cover, pattern 10, with drop oval handles, iron red line borders, stepped domed cover, 16.5cm wide, c.1800 See Gent The Patterns and Shapes of the Pinxton China Factory, 1796 1813, p.51 £200 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1390 A Pinxton tea bowl and saucer, decorated in puce with landscape, gilt line rim, c.1800 See Gent The Patterns and Shapes of the Pinxton China Factory, 1796 - 1813, p.153 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1392

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1392 A Pinxton two handled squat oval sucrier and cover, pattern 312 decorated with a broad band of scrolling lilies in green and gilt, 16.5cm wide, c.1800 See Gent The Patterns and Shapes of the Pinxton China Factory, 1796 - 1813, p.69 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1393 A rare Pinxton Bute teacup, coffee can and saucer, decorated with gilt stylised sprigs, banded border with stylised foliage, c.1800 £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

Lynton 1397 A Lynton porcelain coffee can and stand, painted by Stefan Nowaki, signed, with galleons, within gilt seed pearl border, on a yellow ground with gilt stylised flowerheads, printed mark, signed with gilt monogram £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1399 1399 An English Porcelain rectangular plaque, painted by Stefan Nowaki, signed, with a sailing boat, 13.5cm x 18cm, framed £100 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1400 A Lynton moon flask scent bottle, painted by Stefan Nowaki, signed, with sailing boats, within a gilt circular cartouche, the cobalt blue ground with gilt leaves, silver gilt stopper, 8.5cm high, printed mark, gold monogram £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1401 A Lynton pear shaped scent bottle, painted by Stefan Nowaki, signed, with alternating panels of roses and gilt stars on a cobalt blue ground, silver gilt stopper, 10.5cm high, printed mark, monogrammed £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1402 A Lynton canted scent bottle, painted by Stefan Nowaki, signed with initials, with sailing galleon, on a turquoise ground, applied with stylised flowerhead jewelled in white and turquoise, silver gilt stopper, 7cm high, printed mark, gilt monogram £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1398

1403 A Lynton canted scent bottle, painted by Stefan Nowaki, signed, with sailing galleon, on a cobalt blue ground, applied with stylised flowerhead jewelled in white and turquoise, silver gilt stopper, 7cm high, printed mark, monogrammed £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1398 A Lynton porcelain two-handled tapering cylindrical chocolate cup, cover and stand, painted by Stefan Nowaki, signed, with Bakewell Bridge within raised gilt leafy cartouche, on a cobalt blue ground, domed cover, ring loop finial, divided entwined handles, 17cm high, printed mark, signed with gilt monogram £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1404 A Lynton canted scent bottle, painted by Stefan Nowaki, signed, with sailing galleons, on an azure blue ground, applied with stylised flowerhead jewelled in white and turquoise, silver gilt stopper, 7cm high, printed mark, monogrammed £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1405 A Lynton canted scent bottle, painted by Stefan Nowaki, signed, with sailing galleons, on an blue ground, applied with stylised flowerhead jewelled in white and turquoise, silver gilt stopper, 7cm high, printed mark, monogrammed £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1407 A Lynton cylindrical scent bottle, painted by Stefan Nowaki, signed, with sailing and rowing boat, within seed pearl cartouche on a yellow ground, with gilt and white stars, the shoulders with gilt flowerheads, silver gilt stopper, 5.5cm high, printed mark, gold monogram £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1412 A Lynton globular scent bottle, painted by Stefan Nowaki, signed, with sailing galleon within scroll cartouche, picked out in white and turquoise, on a cobalt blue ground, silver gilt stopper, 6.5cm high, printed mark, monogrammed £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1413 A Lynton globular scent bottle, painted by Stefan Nowaki, signed, with summer flowers within scroll cartouche, picked out in white and turquoise, on a turquoise ground with raised white and gilt flowerheads, silver gilt stopper, 6.5cm high, printed mark, monogrammed £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1408 A Lynton cylindrical scent bottle, painted by Stefan Nowaki, signed, with sailing boat on choppy seas, within seed pearl cartouche on a yellow ground, with gilt and white stars, the shoulders with gilt flowerheads, silver gilt stopper, 5.5cm high, printed mark, gold monogram £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1414 A Lynton Porcelain circular plaque, painted by Stefan Nowaki, with a tabby cat climbing a wall, 15.5cm diam, framed £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1409 A Lynton cylindrical scent bottle, painted by Stefan Nowaki, signed, with summer flowers, within seed pearl circular cartouche on a turquoise ground, with gilt and white stars, the shoulders with gilt flowerheads, silver gilt stopper, 5.5cm high, printed mark, gold monogram £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1415 A Lynton porcelain coffee can and stand, painted by Stefan Nowaki, signed, with sailing galleons off coast, within raised gilt leafy scroll cartouche, on a blue ground, applied in gilt with dotted swags and leaves, gilt handle, printed mark to can, signed with gilt monogram £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1410 A Lynton cylindrical scent bottle, painted by Stefan Nowaki, signed, with summer flowers, the ground with alternating bands in cobalt blue and white, the shoulders with gilt flowerheads, silver gilt stopper, 5.5cm high, printed mark, gold monogram £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1416 A Lynton porcelain coffee can and stand, painted by Stefan Nowaki, signed, with sailing galleons off coast, within raised gilt leafy scroll cartouche, on a blue ground, applied in gilt with dotted swags and leaves, gilt handle, printed mark, signed with gilt monogram £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1411 A Lynton cylindrical scent bottle, painted by Stefan Nowaki, signed, with summer flowers, within seed pearl cartouche on a cobalt blue ground, with gilt and white stars, the shoulders with gilt flowerheads, silver Pegasus gilt stopper, 5.5cm high, printed mark, gold monogram £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1416, 1415 & 1397

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1420 & 1419

1417 A Lynton porcelain cylindrical bough pot and cover, painted by Stefan Nowaki, signed with initials, with seascape with sailing galleons in choppy seas within leafy scroll cartouche, on a light blue ground, within gilt banded borders, domed pierced covers, three scroll feet, 9cm high, printed marks £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1422 Bumpus (Bernard), Pâte-sur-Pâte:The Art of Ceramic Relief Decoration, 1849 - 1992, Barrie & Jenkins, London 1992, h/b, d/j, small folio; The Sandon Guide to Royal Worcester Figures 1900 - 1970, The Alderman Press, Edmonton 1987, h/b, d/j, 8vo; Battie (David), Guide to Understanding 19th & 20th Century British Porcelain, Antique Collectors’ Club, Woodbridge 1994, h/b, d/j, 4to; Shinn (Charles and Dorrie),The Illustrated Guide to Victorian Parian China, Barrie & Jenkins Ltd, London 1971, h/b, d/j, 4to; 18th Century English Transfer-Printed Porcelain and Enamels: The Joseph M. Handley Collection, h/b, d/j, 4to; Watney (Bernard), English Blue & White Porcelain of the 18th Century, second revised edition, Faber and Faber Limited, London 1973, h/b, 8vo; Journal of the Northern Ceramic Society,Volume 8, 1991 and Volume 29, 2013, (2); Catalogue of The Lady Ludlow Collection of English Porcelain at the Bowes Museum, Unicorn Press, London 2007, h/b, d/j, 4to; Holgate (David), New Hall and Its Imitators, Faber and Faber, London 1971, h/b, d/j, 4to; Godden (Geoffrey A., F.R.S.A.), Encyclopaedia of British Porcelain Manufactuers, h/b, d/j; other ceramic refrence works, including M.L. Solon and W.B. Honey; etc, [17]

1418 A Lynton porcelain cylindrical bough pot and cover, painted by Stefan Nowaki, signed, with colourful summer flowers, within a gilt scroll cartouches, on an apple green grounds, gilt line borders, three scroll feet, 8.5cm diam, printed mark, gilt monogram £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1419 A Lynton porcelain porter mug, painted by Stefan Nowaki, signed, with sailing galleons, within a gilt leafy cartouche, on a cobalt blue scaled ground, the rim banded with scrolling foliage, gilt angular handle, 12cm high, printed mark, gilt monogram £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1420 A Lynton porcelain porter mug, painted by Stefan Nowaki, signed, with sailing galleons, within gilt rectangular border on a cobalt blue ground with raised gilt acanthus foliage, the rim banded with foliage, gilt angular handle, 12cm high, printed mark, gilt monogram £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1421 A Lynton rectangular plaque, painted by Stefan Nowaki, signed with initials, with sailing boat of a pier in choppy seas, 8.5cm x 11cm, framed £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1423 Bow, Chelsea, and Derby Porcelain, Being Further Information Relating to These Factories, Obtained from Original Documents, Not Hitherto Published, Edited with Additional Notes, by William Bemrose, Illustrated, Bemrose & Sons, Ltd., London 1898, teal buckram, 4to; Haslem (John), The Old Derby China Factory: The Workmen and their Productions, Containing Biographical Sketches of the Chief Artist Workmen, the Various Marks Used, Fac-Similies (sic) Copied from the Old Derby Pattern Books, the Original Price List of More Than 400 Figures and Groups, Etc. Etc., George Bell and Sons, London 1876, later grey buckram, 4to;Twitchett (John), Derby Porcelain, 1748 - 1848: An Illustrated Guide, Antique Collectors’ Club, Woodbridge 2002, h/b, d/j, 4to; Gilhespy (F. Brayshaw, FSA), Derby Porcelain, Spring Books, London 1965, h/b, d/j, 4to; Barrett (Franklin A.) and Thorpe (Arthur L.), Derby Porcelain, Faber and Faber, London 1971, h/b, d/j, 4to; Bow Porcelain: The Collection formed by Geoffrey Freeman, Written and compiled by Anton Gabszewicz in collaboration with Geoffrey Freeman, Lund Humphries, London 1982, h/b, d/j, square 8vo, [6]

1428 Auction Catalogues - Sotheby & Co:~ The Parkinson Collection, Catalogue of Highly Important English Porcelain, The Property of the late Selwyn Parkinson, Esq., (Sold by order of the Executors), Parts I & II only, March - June 1966, h/b, 4to, (2); A Catalogue of Fine Worcester Porcelain, The Property of the late Mrs. M.B. Jenkins (Sold by Order of the Executors) and The Property of C.F. Turner, Esq., April 1970, floppy 8vo; Catalogue of Highly Important English Porcelain, Formerly the Property of The Late Mr. & Mrs. James McG. Stewart of Halifax, Nova Scotia, November 1973, floppy 8vo; Catalogue of Important Worcester Porcelain, Including The Property of The Late Mrs. G.C. Stephens (Sold by Order of the Executors), The Property of N.F. Cooper, Esq., The Property of A.T. Sherston, Esq., and Other Owners, October 1974, floppy 8vo, (2); Catalogue of a Collection of Worcester Porcelain, The Property of Anthony Tuke, Esq., March 1976, floppy 8vo, (2); Christie’s:~ The Wilkinson Collection of Important English Porcelain, April 1975, floppy 8vo, [9] 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1429 Binns (W. Moore),The First Century of English Porcelain, Illustrated, Hurst and Blackett, Limited, London 1906, pictorial buckram as issued, 4to; Godden (Geoffrey A., F.R.S.A.): English Blue and White Porcelain, Antique Collectors’ Club,Woodbridge 2004, h/b, d/j, 4to & Eighteenth-Century English Porcelain: A Selection from the Godden Reference Collection, Granada, London 1985, h/b, d/j, square 8vo, (2); Watney (Bernard), English Blue & White Porcelain of the 18th Century, second revised edition, Faber and Faber Limited, London 1973, h/b, d/j, slim & tall 4to; Hillis (Maurice), Liverpool Porcelain 1756 - 1804, Gomer Press, Llandysul 2011, h/b, d/j, small folio; Boney (Knowles), Liverpool Porcelain of the eighteenth century and its makers, Portman Press, London 1989, h/b, d/j, 8vo; Hackenbroch (Yvonne), Chelsea and Other English Porcelain, Pottery and Enamel in the Irwin Untermyer Collection, Thames and Hudson, London 1957, h/b, d/j, card sleeve as issued, small folio; 18th Century English Transfer-Printed Porcelain and Enamels: The Joseph M. Handley Collection, Mulberry Press, California 1991, h/b, d/j, 4to; Girton (Dr Chris), The Two Quail Pattern, 300Years of Design on Porcelain: A History of the Pattern and a Catalogue of Porcelain Factories from the East and West, Louvic Publications, 2004, floppy 4to, [9]

1424 Coke (Gerald), In Search of James Giles, Micawber Publications, Bridgnorth 1983, h/b, d/j/, small folio; Hanscombe (Stephen), James Giles: China and Glass Painter (1718 - 80), Stockspring Antiques, London 2005, small folio, [2] 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1425 An Illustrated Catalogue of The Collection of Old Worcester Porcelain, Formed by The late Mr Robert Drane, F.L.S., Exhibited by Albert Amor, 31 & 32 St James’s Street, London, S.W.1., May, 1922, olive card covers as issued, small folio 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1426 Auction Catalogues - Phillips:~ The Watney Collection of Early English Porcelain, Parts I to III, September 1999 - November 2000, h/d, d/j, 4to, [3] 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1427 Auction Catalogues - Sotheby & Co:~ The Parkinson Collection, Catalogue of Highly Important English Porcelain, The Property of the late Selwyn Parkinson, Esq., (Sold by order of the Executors), complete three-volume set, Parts I - Parts III, March - October 1966, h/b, 4to, [3]

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1432 A 19th century continental figure group, of a scantily dressed shepherdess and winged putti; another similar, classical maiden kneeling (2) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1433 A 19th century Continental majolica vase, in relief with masks amongst acanthus in tones of grey and buff, scroll handles, turquoise interior, 30cm high, late 19th century £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1434 A 19th century German figure, in the manner of Meissen, with a lady seated at desk, wearing 18th century dress with crinolin edges, shaped base, 14cm high, impressed mark £80 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1435 A 19th century Meissen figural double salt, picked out in underglaze blue, with a boy seated between the two baskets wearing a broad brimmed hat, crossed swords in underglaze blue, incised numbers, c.1880 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1438 1438 A 19th century Meissen model, of three rabbits, shaped base, 8.5cm high, crossed swords, incised 119, c.1880 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1436 A 19th century Meissen figure group, modelled with a girl, standing on a rocky mound, holding flowers in her apron leaning against a column, surrounding her are two boys and two girls, the boys each with a lamp, one girl resting her head, her dog jumping up, the other girl with hand raised, circular base in relief with lobes and acanthus leaves, picked out in gilt, 20cm high, crossed swords in underglaze-blue, incised G13

1439 A 19th century Meissen style cabinet cup and saucer, typically painted with flowers and insects, the underside and exterior encrusted with cornflowers, with applied floral decoration, the cup and saucer with stump feet, crossed swords; a Meissen shaped cabinet cup and saucer, decorated in bright carmine pink with flowers, gilt line border, crossed swords (2) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

A similar model is illustrated in Preisverzeichnis der Königlich Sächsische Porzellan-Manufactur in Meissen, 1904, pl.2. This group forms a pair with shape number B24 £600 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1440 A 20th century Meissen shaped circular dish, in relief with flowers and foliage, in gilt on a cobalt blue ground, within shaped cartouches, 31cm wide, crossed swords £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1437 A 19th century Meissen figure, of a girl, she stands wearing a broad brimmed hat, with grapes in her skirt, stripped skirt, the circular base with Greek key, 17cm high, crossed swords incised F84 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1441 A Continental porcelain circular dish, painted with a draped classical maiden and two putti presenting garlands of roses, before a flowering urn and steps, the dark blue ground decorated in raised gilding with C-scrolls, shaped panels of trellis and foliage, gilt line rim, 29cm diam, fitted display case, c. 1900 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1442 A Dresden porcelain figural group, Europa and the Bull, she sits astride the bull ‘side-saddle’ scantily clad, the beast with an encrusted floral garland, each attended by draped maidens, the ground with a basket of flowers, picked out in colourful polychrome throughout, wavy Cscroll and cartouche base picked out in gilt, 22cm high, under and overglaze blue marks, impressed model number 1130, 20th century £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1450 A Helena Wolfsohn circular plate, painted to centre with courting couple, within a gilt cartouche, pierced border applied with flowers and foliage, 23cm diam, A.R. £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1443 A French figure group, of an mid 18th century courting couple playing Blind Man’s Buff, Cupid at their side, acanthus scroll base mould with L under a crown, 21cm high, crown and shield mark £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1444 A French Paris porcelain fluted bowl, decorated in the famille rose manner with foliate swags below a green hatched band, 28.5cm diam, c.1890 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1445 A German figural comport, with pierced shaped oval basket, encrusted with flowers and foliage, the column surrounded with four figures, sitting and standing, holding baskets of fruit and flowers, oval base, 30.5cm high, crossed lines and T, c.1889 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1446 A German figural table lamp, the globular floral encrusted body being supported by three scantily draped cherubs, gilt metal stand, 26.5cm high, c.1880 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1447 A German figure group, of a classical couple wearing floral chaplets, being offered a bowl by two cherubs on clouds, oval base, 22cm high, cross and S mark, c.1890 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1451

1448 A German figure group, of a French gallant, he stands, his hand to his mouth, reaching his tricorn hat, his suitor seated wearing a hooped dress, covering an item on eh desk, 18cm high, c.1880 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1451 A Meissen `Mayflower` pot pourri vase, pierced cover and stand, modelled after the original by Johann Joachim Kandler, the ogee shaped vase painted with song birds, surrounded by encrusted fruit and flowers, flanked by putti, lofty pierced domed cover with floral encrusted finial, 40cm high, crossed swords in underglaze blue, incised 195 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1449 A German figure group, of a lady, seated with a bird’s nest and companion at her side, both bare footed, in fancy dress, picked out in pastel tones, shaped base, 19cm high, cobalt blue X £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1453

1452 A Meissen figural candlestick, the column with classical lady, scantily draped, a child on her knee, holding with leafy column, wrythen moulded base painted with birds, in relief with shells, in pink and turquoise, outlined in gilt, 48.5cm high, crossed swords in underglaze blue, incised G84 (now converted as a table lamp) £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1453 A Meissen figural four-light, three branch candlestick, the scroll arms encrusted with flowers and foliage, the column with classical lady, scantily draped, a child on her knee, holding with leafy column, wrythen moulded base painted with birds, in relief with shells, in pink and turquoise, outlined in gilt, 48.5cm high, crossed swords in underglaze blue, incised G84 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1454 A Meissen figural four-light, three branch candlestick, the scroll arms encrusted with flowers and foliage, the column with classical lady, scantily draped, a child on her knee, holding with leafy column, wrythen moulded base painted with birds, in relief with shells, in pink and turquoise, outlined in gilt, 48.5cm high, c.1880 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1455

1456

1455 A Meissen figure group, The Gardeners, after the model by M.V.Acier and J.C.Schonheit, modelled in the round as a central male figure standing on a mound with a basket of flowers holding a rose to the nose of a young woman standing with flowers in her apron, a young boy below her holds a watering can, beside him a woman is raking leaves, behind her a man is digging with a spade whilst a young girl is sitting with a flowerpot on her knee, the circular base moulded with interlaced gilt circles and ovals of acanthus leaves, 30cm high, crossed swords in underglaze-blue, incised D9

1457

1458 A mid 18th century Meissen figure, Summer, holding a wheat sheaf and a sickle while seated on a pedestal, 14cm high, crossed swords in blue £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

A similar model is illustrated in Preisverzeichnis der Koniglich Sachsische Porzellan-Manufactur in Meissen, 1904, pl.18. A print of the original design from the Marcolini period is illustrated by T.H.Clarke, Marcolini Meissen Figures, Engraved by Friedrich Elsasser, p.63, no.2 £600 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1459

1456 A Meissen figure group, Under the Tree, modelled with musical lovers by a tree trunk, he leaning towards her offering her flowers from his hat, she playing the mandolin, a boy crowning her with flowers, the oval base with oakleaf wreath, 27.5cm high, crossed swords in underglaze-blue, incised model number D.95, c.1860-80 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1459 A Niderviller sauceboat, painted with two vignettes of rustic buildings in landscapes, entwined ‘’c’’ marks, c.1780 £180 - £220 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1460 A pair of late 19th century Continental porcelain figures, probably French, in the Rococo taste, of rustic flower sellers, both modelled seated on a rocky outcrop with a basket of bouquets on their knees, he wears a upturned hat and a flowing cape, she in a typical bodice and dress, glazed in white throughout, 19cm high, c. 1900 £30 - £50 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1457 A Meissen figure group, Under the Tree, modelled with musical lovers by an apple tree, he leaning towards her offering her flowers from his hat, she playing the mandolin, a boy crowning her with flowers, the oval base with oakleaf wreath, 27.5cm high, crossed swords in underglaze-blue, incised model number D.95, c.1860-80 £500 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1461 A pair of 19th century French figures, of a shepherd and shepherdess, he with bag pipes, she holding a lamb, scroll bases, 17cm high, early 20th century £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1463 A pair of French ormolu mounted ogee shaped pedestal side vases, decorated with courting couples, the verso with landscape wotom raised gilt scroll cartouche, on a cobalt blue ground, the handles as caryatids, shaped bases, 18.5cm high, c.1860 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1464 A pair of German figures, Allegorical of the Season, Summer and Autumn, they stand bare footed, she with a basket of flowers, he with a bundle of corn, 13.5cm high, c.1900; a pair of figures, of courting couples, scroll moulded bases, 13.5cm high, crossed keys (4) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1465 A pair of German two-handled flat sided pot pourri vases and covers, encrusted with flowers, mounted with scantily draped cherubs, in pastel tones, picked out in gilt, the covers with loft floral encrusted finials, 21cm high, c.1880 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1462 1462 A pair of 19th century Vienna circular cabinet dishes, well painted by A. Heer, signed, with a tableaux from Shakespeare’s Hamlet and Homer’s Telemachus, within a frame of raised gilded beading, the broad rims with canted gilt reserves centred by a gilt four-petal flower with raised beaded stigma and flanked by scrolling foliage in Pompeiian tones, flanked by a further floral boss and chequered trellis, concentric outer burgundy borders with alternating friezes of dart-and-egg and scrolls, 24cm diam, each titled to verso in black script, underglaze blue shield mark, c. 1900 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1466 1466 A pair of late 19th century German figures, probably Sitzendorf, of gallant and companion, both in 18th century dress, dancing, rocky domed bases, picked out in flowers, 39.5cm high, c.1880 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1463

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1467 A pair of Meissen figural chambersticks, encrusted overall with summer flowers, modelled as a couple dancing, in 18th century costume, beneath an arched bower, below flower painted nozzles, scroll edged rococo plinths, 23cm high, underglaze blue painted crossed swords mark, incised 166, c.1875 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1468 A pair of Meissen two handled pedestal campana shaped vases, decorated with a stag hunt, the verso with colourful summer flowers, gilt handles, the bases alternately fluted in pink and light blue, 13cm high, crossed swords, early 20th century £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1469 A pair of Royal Dux figures of water carriers, 41cm high, pink triangle mark, shape no. 1052 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1470 A pair of Sèvres style painted oval plaques, painted in colours with young courting couple fishing and with song bird, bleu celeste border, applied with gilt flowers and foliage, 33cm x 23cm, framed £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1471 A Royal Copenhagen pair of plaques, moulded with angels and children, wave mark in blue, impressed ENERET £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1472 A Royal Dux elephant family, in green and burnished gilt, 14.5cm, 12cm and 9cm, impressed mark (3) £30 - £50 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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473 A Royal Dux porcelain figure group of lovers, modelled by Hampel, the couple standing with her head resting on his shoulder, 46cm high, pink triangle mark, shape no.1559 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1474 A Royal Dux table lamp, modelled as a maiden, scantily draped, with cornucopia of flowers in one hand and the other held aloft with lamp, 78cm high, pink triangle mark, shape no.1700 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1473 1475 1475 A Sèvres coffee can and saucer, painted with landscapes within an oval cartouche on a cobalt blue ground applied in gilt with scrolling foliage, interlaced L’s, painters mark for Edme Francois Boulliat pere, c.1798 £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1476 1476 A Sèvres coffee cup and saucer, painted with a boy eating grapes within an oval cartouche, the saucer with a book, arrows and roses, on a rose pompadour ground picked out in gilt, marked with interlaced L’s and date code ii for 1786 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1477 1477 A Sèvres hard paste coffee can and saucer, painted with flowers, blue mark with crown painters mark for P. Massy, date code for 1790 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1478 A Sitzendorf easel looking glass, the oval frame surmounted by cherubs and encrusted with flowers, foliage and bees, in pastel tones, 27cm high, c.1880; another (2) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1479 A Vienna teabowl and saucer, painted in underglaze blue with stylised foliage and a bird, beehive and workman’s mark £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1480 An 18th century Doccia tea cup and saucer, painted with puce landscapes, banded in cobalt blue picked out in gilt, c.1780 £180 - £220 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1481 An 18th century Royal Copenhagen cream jug and cover, painted within a gilt flower roundel border, slightly domed cover, flower finial, off set handle, paw feet, 13cm high, three waved blue line mark £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1483 An Austrian Imperial Amphora porcelain figure, of a Greco-Roman maiden hand bathing in an oversize urn, 48cm high, impressed marks, shape no.5024 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1484 An early 19th century La Courtille (Paris) Empire Style cabinet plate, painted with a street scene of a woman selling milk from a cart, 24.5cm diam, title verso Laitiere, crossed torches in under glaze blue, indistinct red printed mark **de Berry £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1482 An Art Deco columnar vase, each side boldly applied with a well-modelled profile of a beauty in high relief, each upturned scroll handle above a stepped geometric plinth, flared neck, rounded rectangular base, picked out in tones of blue, green and peach, 25cm high, impressed marks TAP, c. 1930 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1487 A 19th century Meissen figure, The Female Card Player, modelled after Michel Victor Acier, the aristocratic lady stands by a tripod table playing solitaire, dressed in the rococo fashion, circular base moulded in low relief and picked out in gilt with a border of S-scrolls, 16cm high, crossed swords in underglaze blue, model no. F64, c. 1880 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1485 1485 A 19th century Meissen figure,Touch, modelled after ‘Sentiment’ by Johann Schönheit, the aristocratic lady seated by a table with a caged parrot, it’s door open, dressed in the rococo fashion, shaped base moulded with flutes and picked out in pink and gilt 14.5cm high, crossed swords, model no. E4, c.1880,. 1880 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1486 A 19th century Berlin circular box and cover, painted with a view of Potsdam, banded in gilt, 8.5cm diam, titled under cover, scepter mark £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1488 1488 A pair of large Austrian polychrome terracotta figures, of Nubian water carriers, each stands, in traditional dress, holding an amphora, 69cm high, c.1890 £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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Glass 1490 A pair of George III opaque twist drinking glasses, moulded bowls, double-helix cotton stems, domed bases, 15.5cm high, c.1765 £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1494 A pair of 19th century Bohemian ruby flashed glass sweetmeat jars and covers, engraved with buildings, stag and foliage, 26cm high, c.1860; others, wine glasses and champagne flutes (8) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1491 A George III opaque twist wine glass, bell shaped bowl, double-helix stem, spreading foot, 15.5cm high, c.1765 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1495 A late 19th century vaseline glass wavy edged light shade, approx 31cm diam, c.1870 £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1492 A George III opaque twist wine glass, bell shaped bowl, double-helix stem, spreading foot, 16cm high, c.1765 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1496 A pair of late 19th century Bohemian ruby glass vases, overlaid in white and painted flowers, banded in gilt, 14.5cm high, c.1860 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1493 A George III opaque twist wine glass, the bell shaped bowl engraved with fruiting vine, knopped double-helix stem, spreading foot, 16.5cm high, c.1765 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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Day Three Thursday 25th October at 1.30pm

Oriental Ceramics and Asian Art

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1500 A 19th century Chinese ginger jar and cover, decorated with scrolling prunus branches on a cracked ice cobalt blue ground, double concentric circles, 28cm high, carved lotus stand £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1501 A 19th century Chinese inverted baluster vase and cover, painted in underglaze blue with ferocious dragons on a ground of profuse foliage, the shoulder with fan and shaped reserves on a border of diapers, domed oversailing cover with shishi finial, 17.5cm high, four-character mark to base; another similar, with precious objects, scrolls and specimen flowers on a table, 18cm high, 19th century; an 18th century Chinese Export porcelain fluted ovoid tea canister, probably European decorated, painted en en camaïeu pink with a spray of garden flowers, gilt dentil frieze to shoulder, the scroll base picked out in further gilt, 11cm high, Qianlong reign, c. 1765; etc, (4) £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1502 A 19th century Chinese porcelain cylinder sleeve vase, painted in underglaze blue with a profusion of flowerheads and leafy stems, the base with a geometric border, 31.5cm high, four-character mark to base, hardwood stand, c. 1880 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1503 A 19th century Chinese porcelain globular snuff bottle and stopper, decorated in underglaze blue with robed figures on horseback, each riding in a landscape with bamboo and prunus trees, birds in flight and a mountain in the background, flanked by reserves of blossoming peonies and leafy scrolls, outlined with blue bands, 9cm high, four-character marks, late Qing dynasty £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1507 1507 A Chinese baluster vase, painted in underglaze blue with cherry blossom in profusion, the cylindrical neck conforming, lotus and diaper frieze to shoulder, the base with waves and scrolls, 40cm high, hardwood stand, 19th century £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1504 An Oriental circular bowl, painted in tones of underglaze blue with a stylised deer, and flowers within an arrangement of panels, ropetwist border, shaped foot below a band of lappets, 16.5cm diam, 19th century £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1508 A Chinese baluster vase, painted in underglaze blue with figures in a pagoda, Batavian type borders incised with lotus leaves, 27.5cm high, seal mark; another, similar, painted with a monumental landscape (2) £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1505 A Chinese Famille Verte floor vase, decorated with fancy bird, peonies and foliage, in green, orange and black, 61cm high, early 20th century £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1509 A Chinese baluster vase, ribbed in relief with blossoming prunus branches and foliage, on a turquoise ground, 30cm high, early 20th century £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1506 A Chinese baluster vase, painted in tones of underglaze blue with figures at a table laid with precious objects, 32cm high, four character mark, 19th century £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1510 A Chinese blue and white slender ovoid vase, decorated with blossoming prunus branches, 28cm high, four character Kangxi mark; a pair of Chinese cylindrical vase, decorated with blossoming branches, 30cm high (now converted to electricity) £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1511 A Chinese bottle vase, decorated in underglaze blue with oriental figures, rockwork, 25cm high, Kangxi six character mark £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1520 A Chinese Famille Rose shaped circular plate, decorated with fanciful birds and peony, banded border with altering peonies and ribbon scrolls, c.1770 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1513 A Chinese celadon low circular brush washer, glazed throughout in lightly merging monochromatic tones, 10cm high, 17.5cm diam £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1521 A Chinese flared cylindrical brush pot, painted in underglaze blue with mythical beasts in a landscape of prunus root, pine, palms, further foliage and boulders, concentric bands to rim and base, 19.5cm high, 19cm diam, fourcharacter Kangxi marks but later £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1514 A Chinese celadon ovoid vase, moulded ring handles in the Archaic taste, 24cm high, impressed seal mark £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1522 A Chinese ginger jar and cover, decorated with fanciful birds, in pink, green and blue, on a green crackled ground, 19.5cm high, late 19th century £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1515 A Chinese celadon table-top specimen barrel, dished top centred by a vacant hole, the shoulders and base applied with raised spheres, 14.5cm high £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1523 A Chinese globular ginger jar, painted in underglaze blue with traditional figures and attendants in flowing robes in a stylized landscape of trees and leafy foliage, garden altar and a bridge in the background, the shoulder with reserves of peaches flanked by trellis panels, the rim and base with scrolls, the whole ground glazed in yellow, 18cm high, late 19th century £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1516 A Chinese circular bowl, painted in tones of underglaze blue with stylised flowers and scrolls, 14cm diam, fret mark £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1524 A Chinese Guan-type celadon vase, each side moulded in low relief with a field of batons and squares, crackle glaze, circular foot, 30cm high, 20th century £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1517 1517 A Chinese circular dish, painted in underglaze blue with a dragon chasing a flaming pearl, within double line borders, 16.5cm diam, seal mark £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1518 A Chinese double gourd bottle vase, decorated in underglaze blue with rockwork and figures fishing, 26cm high, double concentric marks £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1519 A Chinese famille rose cylinder vase, painted in polychrome and wash with an insect on a branch of blossom, the ground with grassy outcrops and peonies, inscribed with script and red character mark to recto, 21cm high, firstsecond quarter 20th century £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1525 1525 A Chinese hexagonal jardinière, brightly painted in polychrome enamels with flowering branches, precious objects and bats, 28cm high, 19th century £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1529 1529 A Chinese Longquan celadon ovoid lotus vase, moulded in relief with a frieze of stepped leaves, lightly crackled ground in the Song manner, everted flaring neck, circular footrim, 12cm high, nine-character seal mark in high relief, stilt marks to base £250 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1530 A Chinese Longquan celadon Twin Fish circular dish, the centre moulded in relief with two fish, the rounded sides with upright lotus petals and terminating in an everted rim, short tapering foot, glazed throughout in the typical palette, 3.6cm high, 13.5cm diam £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1531 A Chinese meiping vase, painted in tones of blue and white with young boys and scrolling flowering stems, 25cm high, six character mark £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1526

1532 A Chinese meiping vase, painted in tones of underglaze blue and red with officials and attendants, 15cm high, six character mark £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1526 A Chinese Imperial bottle vase, well decorated in polychrome with figures dancing in a garden, the neck with lotus flower and scrolls, on a turquoise ground, 25cm high, seal mark £2000 - £3000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1533 A Chinese miniature ovoid vase, decorated with jumping figures, 6cm high, sampan mark; a Chinese blue and white baluster case and cover, decorated with flowers and foliage, domed cover, Dog of Fo finial, 18cm high, Kangxi marks; another; a Chinese hexagonal tea kettle, decorated in polychrome with elder and figures, 12cm high; etc (5) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1527 A Chinese leaf shaped dish or spoon tray, painted in tones of underglaze blue with pagodas in a monumental landscape, 19.5cm long, c.1770 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1528 A Chinese lei-shaped baluster vessel, glazed in merging and mottled tones of red, the neck applied with upturned lotus petals, the shoulder with lion masks and rings, Ru-type crackled celadon base, 13.5cm high £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1534 A Chinese monochrome brush washer, modelled with a dragon and glazed in mottled tones of purple and aubergine, 7.5cm diam, wooden stand £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1538 A Chinese monochrome scholar’s brush washer, as a ripe fruit, 7.5cm wide, 19th century £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1539 A Chinese ovoid ginger jar and cover, painted in tones of underglaze blue with blossoming prunus, 26cm high, double circle mark; others, smaller (3) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1540 A Chinese ovoid ginger jar, painted in the famille verte palette with pagodas in a landscape, 19cm high, Kangxi double circle mark; another, similar (2) £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1541 A Chinese ovoid ginger jar, painted in tones of underglaze blue with blossoming prunus on a ground of cracked ice, 13cm high, Kangxi double circle mark; others, larger and smaller, similar (3) £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1542 A Chinese ovoid ginger jar, painted in tones of underglaze blue with blossoming prunus on a ground of cracked ice, 17cm high, Kangxi double circle mark, wooden stand; another, mounted as a table lamp (2) £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1535 1535 A Chinese monochrome gu-shaped beaker vase, girdle to waist, glazed throughout in crackled mint green, raised circular footrim, 35cm high, hardwood stand £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1543 A Chinese ovoid ginger jar, painted in tones of underglaze blue with blossoming prunus on a ground of cracked ice, 19cm high, four character mark; another, similar, double circle Kangxi mark (2) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1536 A Chinese monochrome ovoid vase, flared rim, glazed in mottled tones of red and purple blushes, 22cm high, six character mark £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1544 A Chinese ovoid ginger jar, brightly painted in enamels with warriors, 27cm high, 19th/early 20th century £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1545 A Chinese ovoid jar, painted in polychrome enamels with a fanciful bird and flowers, 20cm high, 18th/19th century, hardwood stand £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1546 A Chinese ovoid jar, painted in underglaze blue with scrolls and foliage, twin-handles to neck, 10cm high £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1547 A Chinese ovoid miniature vase, painted in underglaze blue with scrolling leafy branches and tendrils, 9cm high, 19th century; a Chinese bitong brush pot, painted with a monumental landscape, 11cm high (2) £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1548 A Chinese ovoid vase, decorated with blossoming prunus on a pale yellow ground, 25cm high, hardwood stand £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1537 1537 A Chinese monochrome ovoid vase, glazed in mottled tones of puce and pale blue, 32cm high, impressed seal mark, hardwood stand £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% Please note each lot is subject to

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1549 A Chinese ovoid vase, painted in polychrome enamels with cranes, and fruiting and blossoming peach trees, 39.5cm high, six character mark £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1554 A Chinese Republic ovoid vase, painted with figures, a lady seated at a table holding a mirror, with attendant, the verso with script, 28cm high, seal mark £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1555 A Chinese Republican Period porcelain rounded low libation ewer, each flattened side painted with birds, trees, blossom and inscribed with script and a red character seal, the shoulders with further characters, peach finial, double arched handles, 16cm wide, stilt marks to base, 1912 - 1949; another similar, compressed and lobed, 11cm high, (2) £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1556 A Chinese Republican period vase, decorated in polychrome with oriental figures, in a garden, script to verso, black geometrical banded borders, 18cm high, seal mark; another, similar (2) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1557 A Chinese roulade vase, painted in polychrome enamels with chrysanthemums and blossoming prunus, flared rim above a girdle to neck, 29.5cm high, 19th/early 20th century £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1558 A Chinese scholar’s bitong brush pot, painted in underglaze blue with precious objects, 12.5cm high, 19th century £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1550 1550 A Chinese ovoid vase, painted in polychrome in the famille verte palette with an elder attended by boys, in a monumental landscape, 45.5cm high, double circle mark (faults) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1551 A Chinese ovoid vase, painted in tones of underglaze blue with a monumental landscape, to verso with fishermen, moulded shoulder and chevron border, 27cm high £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1552 A Chinese polychrome bottle vase, decorated with a red dragon, chasing a flaming pearl, banded with scrolling lotus and stiff leaves, onion neck, 27cm high, seal mark £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1559 1559 A Chinese Shipwreck libation ewer, of small proportions, painted in underglaze blue with ho-ho birds and scrolling foliage, kendi-shaped globular reservoir and flared neck, wavy rim and long spout, scroll handle with crenellated thumbpiece, domed cover with knop finial, 13.5cm high, 18th century £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1553 A Chinese porcelain flared cylinder brush pot, painted in underglaze blue with traditional figures in a landscaped garden, 14.5cm high, late 19th century £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1560 A Chinese slightly waisted ovoid vase, painted in underglaze blue with peacocks amongst leafy stems, prunus branch handles, 25cm high, four character mark, 19th century, hardwood stand £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1567 An 18th century Chinese circular charger, painted in the famille verte palette with a bird amongst flowers, 31cm diam £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1568 An 18th century Chinese canted rectangular tureen cover and stand, the tureen with animal handles, scroll knop, decorated in underglaze blue with pagoda, bridge and figures, the stand 36cm wide, c.1780 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1561 A Chinese stoneware hexagonal panelled vase, glazed in merging tones of red and purple, elephant mask and ring handles to flared neck, plinth base, 26cm high, early 20th century £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1569 A pair of large Chinese ovoid floor vases, brightly painted in polychrome enamels with peacocks and blossoming branches, within bands of flowers, scrolls and lappets on a pink and yellow ground, to verso with poems, 62cm high, red seal marks, first half 20th century £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1562 A Chinese Yaozhou type celadon conical bowl, moulded in shallow relief with a phoenix, leaves and scrolls, 15.5cm diam, hardwood stand £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1563 A Chinese Yixing Duan Ni tea kettle, of small proportions, moulded in high relief with scrolling leafy stems, arched branch handle, conforming finial, sprout prunus spout, 15cm high, impressed character seal mark £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1564 An early 19th century Chinese baluster vase, decorated in underglaze blue with figures table, stands and foliage, trunk handles, everted rim, 15cm high, Kangxi four character mark but later £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1565 1565 An 18th century Chinese Export porcelain cylindrical mug, painted in colourful polychrome enamels with a fox hunt through a stylized European landscape, the rim and base painted in underglaze blue with a diaper frieze, scroll handle, 12cm high, Qianlong reign, c. 1770 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1571 1571 A large 19th century Chinese baluster vase, decorated with scrolling prunus branches on a cracked ice cobalt blue ground, double concentric circles, 45cm high, carved lotus stand £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1566 An 18th century Chinese Export famille rose porcelain teapot, the drum painted with blossoming flowers and foliage in tones of pink, green and blue polychrome enamels, the shoulder with further foliage beneath a frieze of pink diaper reserves and blue scrolling arches, the cover conforming, entwined handle, bamboo shoot spout, 16cm high, Qianlong reign, c. 1775 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1572 A large Chinese pricket candlestick, painted in tones of underglaze blue with flowers and scrolling leafy stems, 30.5cm high £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1577 A late 19th century Chinese ovoid vase, in polychrome dragon chasing flaming pearl, 23cm high, six character mark £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1578 A pair of Chinese Republic Period polychrome vases, decorated with pine tress and rocks, the verso with script, the necks with scrolling lotus on a famille rose ground, 25cm high, seal mark £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1579 A pair of 18th century Chinese plates, painted in coloured enamels with koi carp, 23cm diam, c.1780 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1580 A pair of Cantonese ovoid vases, painted in the famille rose palette with officials engaged in daily business, shaped everted rims, moulded and applied with ferocious dragons picked out in gilt, 36cm high, c.1860 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1581 A pair of Chinese baluster vases, painted in underglaze with stylized landscapes on a crackle ground, the shoulders and base with earthenware bands moulded in low relief with wavy scrolls, slightly everting necks, 30cm high, incised four-character marks to base £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1582 A pair of Chinese beaker vases, with flared rims, decoratd in polychrome with agricultural workers, with ox and plough and scythes, with script, 4.5cm high, hardwood stand £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1573 1573 A large Chinese yen yen vase, painted in underglaze blue with precious objects within quatrefoil reserves, on a ground of scrolling leaves, the flared neck with birds and the Three Friends of Winter, 46cm high, Kangxi double circle mark, 19th century £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1574 A pair of Chinese sleeve vases, painted in the famille verte palette with ferocious dragons chasing flaming pearls amongst branches, 26.5cm high, four character marks, 19th century £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1575 A large Japanese ovoid vase, decorated in the Imari palette with blossoming branches and foliage, 37cm high, Meiji period £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1576 A late 18th century Chinese polychrome bowl, decorated in polychrome with figures, buildings and foliage, shaped rim, 23cm diam, Kangxi marks in double concentric circle; a Japanese slab sided vase, painted with elders with attendants in a garden with blossoming branches and foliage, 27cm high, Meiji period (2) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1583 A pair of Chinese blanc de chine figures, of bearded immortals, each stands, on scrolling waves, 27cm high, 19th century £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1584 A pair of Chinese celadon porcelain flared libation cups, moulded in low relief with scroll clouds, 5.5cm high, 6.3cm diam £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1585 A pair of Chinese circular saucer dishes, each painted in underglaze blue with a ferocious dragon amongst scrolling clouds, 12cm diam, Kangxi, c.1700 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1586 A pair of Chinese Famille Rose vases, decorated with bull, tiger, mystical beasts, precious objects and foliage, lizard handles, everted rim, 24cm high, c.1880 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1589 1589 A 19th century Japanese Awaji globular bottle vase, long slightly tapering neck, boldly glazed in yellow, raised circular foot rim, 41cm high, Meiji period £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1590 A Japanese Awaji monochrome bottle vase, glazed in mottled tones of turquoise, 18cm high, Kyoto, Meiji period £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1587

1591 A Japanese bronzed vase, decorated with stylised flowers and foliage, with script, 21.5cm high £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1587 A pair of Chinese Moon flasks, decorated in underglaze blue with dragon and scrolling foliage, dragons to shoulders, 31cm high, 19th century £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1592 A Japanese Imari lotus-shaped bowl, painted in underglaze blue with foliage and shaped reserves, picked out with further flowers and insects in red and green polychrome enamels, gilt highlights, raised circular foot with further underglaze blue geometric devices, 12.2cm high, 28cm diam, Meiji period, 19th century £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1588 A pair of Chinese porcelain censers, each modelled as a dog of foe and painted in enamels with flowers on a gilt ground, 12.5cm wide, 19th century £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1593 A Japanese Satsuma bottle vase and stopper, moulded in relief with scales and cranes in flight, on a turquoise ground, 21cm high, Meiji period £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1594 A Japanese Satsuma koro, decorated overall with figures, wirework cover, red seal mark, Meiji period £600 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1600 A pair of Japanese Satsuma cylindrical vases, decorated with mountains, figures and pagodas, 22cm high, wooden bases £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1595 A Japanese Satsuma tea service, for six, comprising teacup, saucers, teapot, milk jug, sugar bowl, decorated with fanciful bird and foliage, 12cm high, Meiji period £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1601 A pair of Japanese Satsuma ovoid vases, decorated overall with elders, mountains and foliage, 23.5cm high, Meiji period £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1596 A Japanese shaped circular charger, painted in polychrome enamels with Samurai, 37cm diam, Meiji period £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1602 A pair of Japanese Satsuma ovoid vases, each painted and picked out in gilt with geishas in a garden, on a cobalt blue ground, 19cm high, signed, Meiji period £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1597 A large Japanese Imari charger, decorated to centre with stylised peonies, the rim with bamboo, strapwork, phoenix and birds, 62cm diam, Meiji period £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1605 A 19th century Chinese snuff bottle, of rounded rectangular form, decorated with a goddess on a dragon, the verso with landscape, jadite stopper, 7.5cm high, character marks £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1598 A miniature Japanese Satsuma vase, decoded in he typical palette with figures in a landscape, 5.5cm high, Meiji period £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1606 A 19th century Chinese bamboo bitong brush pot, carved in low relief with a literary and gaming party in a forest of sprouting bamboo, interior tin liner, 18cm high £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1599 A pair of Japanese cloisonne vases and covers, decorated in coloured enamals with lotus and scrolls on a gilt ground, slightly domed cover,s bud finials, hardwood bases, 17.5cm high £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1611 1607 1607 A 19th century Chinese russet jade carving, of Shou Lao, holding a giant peach, a child under his robe, 28cm high £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1608 A 19th century Chinese silk ceremonial stole, embroidered in colourful silk threads with flowering chrysanthemums and peonies, bats of happiness and geometric bands, black border, yellow diaper ground to verso, net-and-tassel fringe, 84cm drop each side, c. 1880 £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1609 A Cantonese ivory twenty-stick fan, the screen worked in coloured silks with a ferocious dragon, the guards carved with blossoming prunus, 22cm long, lacquer box, c.1920 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1610 A Chinese cast brass dragon teapot, four character signature, 16cm long £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1613

1611 A Chinese celadon jade flat sided vase, carved with scrolls, mystical beast and scroll handles, 17.5cm high £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1613 A Chinese green jade group, carved with a Dog of Fo, dragon and deer, 27cm high £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1612 A Chinese cloissoné enamel rounded rectangular table casket, decorated with flowering peonies and a field of scrolls in tones of pink, red, yellow, green, blue and black polychrome enamels, hinged cover, ball feet, 4cm high, 10cm wide £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1614 A Chinese green jade group, carved with a phoenix perched in foliage, 25cm high £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1615 A Chinese hardstone flattened ovoid snuff bottle, carved in relief with a monkey holding a peach, to verso with deer, 6cm high £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1620 A Chinese soapstone carving, of blossoming peonies, pierced base, 24cm high £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1616 A Chinese hardwood figure, of a fisherman, he stands holding creel and catch, 45cm high, c. 1900 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1617 A Chinese pale green and dendritic jade archer’s thumb ring, carved in the Archaic manner, pad-shaped tip; a Chinese moss green jade oval pendant, carved in high relief with a mythical beast, 5cm long; another, similar; eighty-two jadite beads, graduating sizes, strung as one; a Chinese horn oval tablet, carved in high relief with a robed maiden holding a large peony, 7.4cm long; etc £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1618 A Chinese pale soapstone carving, of a Buddhistic figure, seated in a lotus, their open palms holding a pearl of wisdom, upturned pedestal carved in relief with a blossoming lotus, the plinth base carved with further foliage, hardwood stand, 21cm high £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1621 1621 A Chinese white jade, carving of a boy, standing on a swan, 7cm high £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1622 A Japanese black lacquer peach-shaped box, decorated throughout in hiramaki-e and takamaki-e, the push-cover as the ripe fruit with a spray of two-tone leaves, enclosing a lift-out shaped tripod waiter decorated with a stylized monumental landscape and revealing room for provision, the sides with a further landscape panorama, 5.5cm high, 11.5cm wide, Meiji period £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1623 A Japanese cloisonné enamel vasular table lamp, decorated with white chrysanthemums, red zinnia and green foliage on a dark blue ground in polychrome enamels, geometric frieze to rim, fitted hardwood stand, 50cm high, the vase Meiji/Taish period £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1624 A Japanese hardwood shaped rectangular box, the push-fitting cover applied with leafy bamboo, 12.5cm wide, Meiji period £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1619 1619 A Chinese soapstone carving, of an emaciated elder, in flowing robes ‘embroidered’ with blossoming foliage while holding a talismanic ring, his skeletal chest exposed, seated on a recumbent guardian lion, shaped base, 17.5cm high, Qing dynasty, late 19th/early 20th century £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% For more images please visit

1625 A large Chinese hardwood carving, of Shou Lao, he stands, holding a ripe peach, a crane at his side, 61cm high £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1626 1626 Chinese School (18th Century, Qianlong or Jiaqing Reign) A pair, Still lives, Vases of Blossoming Flowers and Precious Objects each with red seal mark to margin, watercolour and gouache on silk, 41cm x 31cm, 19th century maple frames with gilt insets £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1627 Indian School, a gilt bronze, of Shiva, rectangular lotus base, 30cm high £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1628 Japanese School (Meiji period), a brown and dark patinated bronze, of a kingfisher perched above a pool, a crab and fowl on the water below, wooden base, 22cm high £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1629 Asian School, 19th century, a pair of bronze deities, seated, 33cm high £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1630 Japanese School (Meiji Period, 19th century), a patinated bronze baluster specimen vase, cast in high relief with a monkey eating gold fruits within a shaped reserve, the verso with a bird in flight and silvered bamboo, the outswept broad rim cast with another bird and scrolls, silvered meander frieze above a silvered crane in flight at the neck, stepped plinth base with alternating silvered borders, 26cm high £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1631 Japanese School (Meiji period, 19th century), a pair of dark patinated bronze koros, each drum-shaped censer surmounted by a silvered rat, 14cm high £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1632 1632 Chinese School (19th century), a patinated bronze, of the Turtle of Longevity and Tenacity, upturned stylized head, standing four-square with scale legs and web feet, its shell cast with a waving flame, traces of verdigris, 12cm high, 31cm long, inscribed with characters and script to verso £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1630

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Day Four Friday 26th October at 10.30am

Bijouterie and Country House Interiors

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Bijouterie 1640 A 19th century coquilla nut novelty nutmeg grater, carved as an acorn, screw-fitting cover enclosing a steel rasp, 7.5cm long, c.1830 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1648 A George III South Staffordshire enamel oval patch box, the hinged cover centred by a spray of country flowers painted in tones of pink, blue, green, red and yellow within a green dentil reserve with raised white beading and gilt rim, the outer border with flowerheads flanked by blue darts, waisted ogee base with further flowers, 5cm wide, c. 1765 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1641 A 19th century gilt metal mounted tortoiseshell rounded rectangular combination aide memoir and cigarette case, hinged cover enclosing a notelet leaf and pencil, 11cm long, c.1870 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1649 A George III South Staffordshire enamel oval patch box, the hinged domed cover decorated in the Neoclassical taste with an Adamesque boss in polychrome and monochrome enamels, white waisted base, 4.5cm wide, c. 1770 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1642 A 19th century lady’s scumbled rosewood rectangular sewing etui, the slightly domed cover enclosing an arrangement of instruments and perquisites fitted on blue satin plateaux, scumbled boxwood stringing, 8cm wide, c. 1870 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1650 A George III South Staffordshire enamel waisted rectangular snuff box, hinged cover painted with a shepherd and shepherdess, the sides with botanical specimens, within shaped reserves outlined with raised-gilt scrolls on a pale green ground, 7cm wide, c.1770 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1643 A 9ct gold propelling pencil, by Sampson Mordan and Co, engine turned, 8cm long £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1644 A George III ivory and banded agate toothpick box, set with cabochon, 8.5cm long, c.1800 £30 - £50 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1651 A mid-Victorian tortoiseshell canted rectangular necessaire, the hinged cover centred by a monogrammed cartouche and enclosing a fitted arrangement of sewing instruments and accoutrements, veneered throughout and outlined with silvered stringing, bombé base, 16.5cm wide, c. 1860 £200 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1645 A George III silver child’s rattle, with whistle and seven bells, turned ivory handle, 15cm long, c.1800 £100 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1646 A George III South Staffordshire enamel circular snuff box, hinged domed cover, painted within reserves with fruit and flowers, on a green ground, 6cm diam, c.1770 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1652 A pair of South Staffordshire enamel pedestal salts, enamelled with rural scenes within raised scroll cartouches, spiralled bases, 6cm wide, c.1790; another, smaller, with raised gilt scrolls, pad feet, 4cm diam, c.1790 (3) £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1653 A Schuco cat perfume/scent bottle, black mohair body, green jewelled eyes, pink stitched nose and mouth, jointed limbs and removable head containing a glass scent bottle with cork stopper, 12.5cm high, c.1950 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1654 A South Staffordshire enamel oval box, the cover enamelled with lady with barrow, selling plums, the sides with flower sprigs, white ground, 6cm wide, c.1790 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1655 A South Staffordshire enamel oval patch box, the cover enamelled in sepia with rustic cottage, light blue sides, 4.5cm wide, c.1790; another, inscribed A Found Conscience Is A Wall of Brafs, 4cm wide, c.1790 (2) £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1647 1647 A George III South Staffordshire enamel novelty snuff box or bonbonniere, as the head of a dog, hinged cover, 6cm wide, c.1770 £500 - £700 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1656 A Victorian Aesthetic Movement lady’s tortoiseshell, gold and silver piqué and mother-of-pearl marquetry aide memoir, the cover inlaid in the Japanesque taste with a crane and an insect in its beak, flanked by fecund foliage, the whole centred by a canted rectangular cartouche, the clasped cover enclosing turquoise silk interior, 10.5cm long, c. 1875 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1665 A 19th century faux tortoiseshell rectangular table snuff box, the hinged cover inset with a sprigged plaque of the Warwick Vase, gilt-metal thumbpiece, 10cm wide £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1657 An 18th century Bilston enamel and gilt metal mounted rectangular box, the cover enamelled with lady dancing, within a gilt scroll cartouche, the sides with floral cartouches on a pink ground, 5.25cm wide, c.1760; another, oval, the cover with busy port, the sides with two shaped cartouches with figures and classical ruins, 6cm wide, c.1790 etc (3) £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1658 An 18th century Birmingham enamel rectangular box, the cover enamelled with busy Italian port, within fruiting vine border, the sides conforming, white ground, 8cm wide, c.1790 £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1666 1666 A large early 19th century mahogany novelty table snuff box, as a shoe, decorated with pinwork steel pinwork, 16.5cm long, c.1820 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1659 An 18th century Birmingham enamel rectangular box, the cover enamelled with classical columns and figures fishing, the sides conforming, the base with flower, white ground, 6.5cm wide, c.1790 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1667 A large late 18th/early 19th century French rose gold-mounted tortoiseshell circular table snuff box, the push-cover inset with an earlier Baroque ivory plaque carved in high relief with two putti allegorical of love, 10.5cm diam, c. 1800 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1660 An 18th century Birmingham enamel rectangular box, the cover enamelled with classical columns, the sides conforming, white ground, 8cm wide, c.1790 £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1661 An 18th century Birmingham enamel rectangular box, the cover enamelled with classical ruins, the sides conforming, green ground, 8cm wide, c.1790 £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1668 A Louis XVI Revival ivory circular snuff box, the push cover inset with a watercolour of figures in a Picturesque landscape, indistinctly signed, engine turned gilt inset, the base picked out with a laureate garland with roses, 6.5cm diam, c. 1870 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1662 An Austrian enamel cylindrical scent bottle, painted in polychrome with a young lady carrying a basket, hinged cover, 6cm high, Vienna, c.1890 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1669 An 18th century French gold mounted circular table snuff box, decorated in horizontal bands with foils on a japanned ground, tortoiseshell lined interior, 8cm diam, c.1780 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1663 An early 20th century silver and enamel bell push, mother of pearl button within a ribbon-crested wreath on a deep blue ground, square marble base, 5.5cm wide, c.1920 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1670 An 18th century French gold mounted vernis martin circular table snuff box, the push-fitting cover with a portrait miniature of a lady of the Aristocracy, watercolour on ivory, the bezel chased with stiff leaves, 7.5cm diam, fitted shagreen case, c.1780 £700 - £900 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1664 Indian School (19th century), a pair of miniatures, of Temples, watercolour and gouache on ivory, 5cm x 6.5cm, carved ebony easel frames; another, similar, Taj Mahal (3) £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1671 An 18th century gilt metal circular snuff box, applied overall with scrolls and strapwork, stand-away hinged cover centred by a bust, 6cm wide, c.1765 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1672 An 18th century tortoiseshell and silver mounted shell shaped snuff box, hinged cover, 8cm wide, c.1740 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1673 An early 19th century French Empire horn rounded rectangular snuff box, the hinged cover moulded in high relief with the bust-length profiles of a Classical Greek warrior and maiden, on a radiating ground, 9.5cm wide, c. 1810 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1674 An early 19th century Scottish silver mounted cattle horn snuff mull, of typical curled form, hinged cover, 11cm long, c.1820 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1675 A 19th century Italian Grand Tour micromosaic shaped rectangular miniature table top, inlaid in coloured tesserae with views of Classical and Renaissance Rome, the centre with St. Peter’s Basilica and Square of the Vatican, the corners with the Pantheon, the Spanish Steps, the Temple of Vespasian and Titus of the Forum and further ruins of antiquity, black marble and specimen stone pedestal, the top 13.5cm wide, 9.5cm high overall £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1678 1678 A Victorian ormolu-mounted onyx, scagliola and hardstone easel frame, retailed by Howell & James & Co, Regent Street, London, stamped, the twin covers centred by black marble oval reserves painted with lilies, Neo-Gothic hinges chased with foliage, enclosing a pietra dura specimen panel, 19cm high, 15.5cm wide, c.1870 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1676 A pietra dura rectangular desk weight, inlaid with amethyst, fossil marble, agate and further decorative hardstones and marbles, skirted black marble frieze, 16.5cm wide £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1679 A pair of 19th century Derbyshire Ashford marble candlesticks, each spreading circular base inlaid with a band of specimen stones, 7.5cm high, c.1860 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1677 A late 19th century French gilt-metal mounted agate vesta, rounded rectangular bevelled Botswanan agate panels, push-button mechanism revealing provision for matches, the sides with a trellis strike, 7cm long, c. 1880 £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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Country House Interiors 1680 A 19th century Derbyshire spar bowl, 5cm diam £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1693 A 19th century Austrian/French enamelled cut glass table casket, gilt metal paste jeweled cover surrounding an enamel painted panel Seated Dandy and Companion beneath trees, indistinctly signed, rectangular cut glass base, 125mm wide, 82mm high £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1681 A 19th century Derbyshire spar circular dish, 8cm diam £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1694 A 19th century Black Forest novelty cracker, as a recumbent dog, its pours stretched out, black glass bead eyes, curved grip handles, 20cm long, c. 1880 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1695 A 19th century brass bound mahogany campaign silver chest, hinged cover, lion paw feet, carrying handles to sides, 72cm high, 64cm wide £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1696 A 19th century bronze door stop, cast as a basket of flowers and fruit, posted handle, 35cm high, c.1850 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1689 1689 A 17th century oak and fruitwood candle stand, octagonal top, spirally turned column, outswept legs, 72cm high, 32cm diameter, c.1680 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1690 A 17th century Revival oak sideboard, shaped back boldly carved with a bowl of fruit and flowers, oversailing top above three frieze drawers and panelled doors, shaped apron, carved throughout with bands of scrolling acanthus, turned and fluted legs, bun feet, 135cm high, 185cm wide, c.1930 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1691 A ‘19th century’ mahogany bachelor’s chest, with four long graduated drawers, bracket feet, swan neck handles, 83cm high, 70cm wide £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1697

1692 A 19th century Anglo-Indian coromandel rectangular work box, hinged cover enclosing a lift-out tray with an arrangement of open, and ivory and tortoiseshell veneered covered compartments, 41cm wide, c.1860 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1697 A 19th century bronze portico barometer, 5cm silvered register, Doric entablature, the rectangular base with a young girl at play, her doll at her side, 25cm high, c. 1860 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1700 1698 A 19th century burr walnut and ebonised Vienna regulator wall clock, 18cm circular enamel dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, single-winding hole and brass weight, the case flanked by reeded columns, 109cm long, c. 1870 £500 - £700 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1699 A 19th century cast iron novelty pipe stand/vesta, as a bear, he stands, smoking a pipe and grasping his walking staff, a wicker hod on his back, circular base with lotus border, 22cm high, c.1850 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1700 A 19th century century French gilt and dark patinated bronze and alabaster clock garniture, 11cm convex enamel dial inscribed A La Renaissance, Bd. St Martin, Paris, Arabic numerals, painted with flowering swags, fourteen-day movement striking on a bell, the drum shaped case cast with a putto holding a bird, lotus grasped knop feet, 31cm wide, the urnular side pieces 33cm high, c.1870 £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1701 A 19th century Chinese hardwood circular centre table, the top with inset soapstone panel and bird cage support, baluster pillar and shaped square base, carved in relief with lotus and scrolling leaves, scroll feet, 78cm high, 81cm diameter, c.1830 £1200 - £1800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1702 A 19th century Chinese hardwood jardinière stand, pierced and carved in bold relief with ferocious dragons, 98cm high, 33cm wide, c.1890 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1703 A 19th century Chinese padouk wood jardinière stand, beaded top inset with an 18th century porcelain panel, shaped apron pierced and carved with bats, mythical beasts and scrolling clouds and foliage, X-stretcher, serpentine legs, 46cm high, 31cm diameter, c.1890, the panel Quinlong c.1770 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1705 A 19th century Chinese padouk wood window seat, oval end supports pierced and carved with ferocious dragons, diapers and fruiting and flowering foliage, turned and reeded legs, 80cm high, 65cm wide, c.1860 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1704 A 19th century Chinese padouk wood square jardinière stand, beaded top above a shaped apron pierced and carved with flowerheads and scrolls, open undertier, lion paw feet, 81cm high, 42cm wide, c.1890 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1706 A 19th century Continental gilt metal and glass figural wager cup, of silver shape in the Renaissance taste as a lady wearing long skirts, 28cm high, c.1880 £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1709 A 19th century elm and ash Windsor elbow chair, hooped back with pierced wheel splat, unusual shaped serpentine saddle seat, H-stretcher, turned legs, c.1840 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1710 A 19th century elm and ash Windsor elbow chair, hooped back, shaped and pierced splat, saddle seat, turned legs, crinoline stretcher, East Midlands, c. 1840 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1711 A 19th century flame mahogany stick barometer, 8cm ivorine scale inscribed W Langford, 53 Broad Quay, Bristol, mercury thermometer, turned cistern cover inlaid with a batwing patera, 93cm high, c. 1850 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1712 A 19th century Flemish oak side cabinet, central door flanked by a pair of stained and leaded glass doors, projecting base with a pair of frieze drawers and a further pair of cupboard doors, flanked by pillars and applied throughout with geometric and architectural mouldings, bun feet, 189cm high, 150cm wide, c.1880 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1707 1707 A 19th century Dutch mahogany and marquetry bureau du dame, fall front enclosing a well, niche and small drawers, shaped frieze with two further small drawers, profusely inlaid with an urn, scrolling acanthus, birds and flowering leafy stems, serpentine legs, 95cm high, 76cm wide, c.1850 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1713 A 19th century forty-eight button concertina, pierced hexagonal ends, leather-trimmed paper bellows, serial no. 49878, 16cm wide, mahogany case £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1714 A 19th century Franglais gilt metal mounted kingwood kidney shaped writing desk, pierced gallery, inset tooled and gilt leather writing surface, above an arrangement of drawers veneered in the Transitional taste, serpentine legs, 76cm high, 122cm wide, c.1860 £700 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1708 A 19th century elm and ash Windsor elbow chair, arched back with geometric pierced splat, saddle seat, Hstretcher, turned legs, Thames Valley, c.1840 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1715 A 19th century French ‘Boulle’ brass marquetry and ebonised portico clock, 9.5cm white enamel dial inscribed Leroy A Paris, Roman numerals, twin-winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a bell, applied throughout with flowering urns of scrolling leafy stems and mother-of-pearl flowerheads, shaped bow cresting, oversailing rectangular top above an egg frieze and pediment, turned spiral pillars and brass-capped socle and square pedestals, rectangular base with a further egg frieze, square feet, 43.5cm high, c. 1860 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1719 A 19th century French enamel and gilt metal mounted ebonised rectangular bijouterie casket, hinged cover with bevelled glazed panel, each angle with an oval plaque painted with a spray of flowers on a Bleu Royale ground, knop feet, 17.5cm wide, c.1870 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1716 A 19th century French brass mounted ebony and Boulle-type marquetry slope-front table box, profusely inlaid and engraved in mother of pearl and brass with stiff leaves and strapwork, centred by initials HC, double-hinged cover and fall front enclosing a rosewood lined interior of compartments, sliding tray and drawer, 32cm wide, c.1850 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1720 1720 A 19th century French gilt metal and brass mounted kingwood and marquetry serpentine centre table, quarter veneered top inlaid with a flowering urn, swags and leafy scrolls, above a frieze drawer lined in bird’s eye maple, shaped apron, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, serpentine legs, 76cm high, 110cm wide, c.1890 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1717 1717 A 19th century French champlevé enamel bracket clock, of small proportions, retailed by Russells Ltd of Paris, 5.5cm silvered dial inscribed with Arabic numerals, fourteenday movement striking on a gong, the cartouche-shaped case typically decorated in polychrome, 23.5cm high, c. 1900 £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1721 1721 A 19th century French gilt metal and enamelled table box, by Taham, Paris, of bombe serpentine form, set with oval panels of colourful summer flowers, applied with leafy wreaths, the cover with child and dog finial, velvet lined interior, 20cm wide, c.1870 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1718 A 19th century French dark patinated bronze desk weight, as a pug, oval base with anthemion border, 10cm wide £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% Please note each lot is subject to

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1722 A 19th century French gilt metal clock garniture, 9.5cm convex enamel dial inscribed with Roman and subsidiary Arabic numerals, 14-day movement striking on a bell, the case crested by a two-handled urn with acanthus finial, cast and applied with ribbon-tied leafy scrolls, guilloché and further acanthus, knop feet, 42.5cm high, flanked by a pair of urnular candlesticks, conforming, 28cm high, c.1860 £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1725 A 19th century French gilt-metal cartouche-shaped mantel clock, 8.5cm circular dial with enamel cartouches inscribed with Roman numerals, twin-winding holes, fourteen-day movement striking on a bell, the case cast with flowers and scrolling acanthus, 30cm high, c. 1860 £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1726 A 19th century French gilt-metal mounted white marble clock garniture, 8cm convex enamel dial inscribed with Roman numerals, twin-winding holes, fourteen-day movement striking on a bell, the pair of candelabra each as a quiver of arrows entwined by roses, rectangular bases, the clock 34cm high, c. 1870 £600 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1723 A 19th century French gilt metal mounted ebonised bonheur du jour, pierced brass three quarter gallery above a mirrored door and an arrangement of small drawers, projecting base with writing surface and frieze drawer, serpentine legs, 107cm high, 115cm wide, c.1870 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1724 1724 A 19th century French gilt metal mounted kingwood, marquetry and Vernis Martin secrétaire à abattant, marble top, fall front enclosing a fitted interior, above a frieze drawer and a shaped undertier, serpentine legs, 127cm high, 63cm wide, c.1870 £1200 - £1800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1727 A 19th century French Grande Sonnerie repeater carriage clock, with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, the case with bevelled glass panels, swing handle, 14cm high, c.1860 £1500 - £2000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1728 1728 A 19th century French Japanesque bronze and ‘shibayama’ mounted side table, in the manner of Gabriel Viardot, the scrolling rectangular top mounted with a dragon and turtle and applied in lacquer and raden with an elder and blossoming branches, the frieze with a pair of drawers, shaped legs, lion paw feet, 84cm high, 111cm wide, c.1890 £2000 - £3000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1731 A 19th century French porcelain and gilt-metal mounted onyx mantel clock, 8cm circular dial inscribed with Roman numerals and painted with cherubs bearing flowers above a rural landscape, fourteen-day movement striking on a bell, the case crested by Classical musicians, 44cm high, c. 1890 £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1732 A 19th century French porcelain mounted gilt metal mantel clock, 10cm circular dial inscribed with Roman numerals, twin winding holes, fourteen-day movement striking on a bell, the case crested by an urn, the inset panels in the manner of Sèvres, beaded knop feet, 39.5cm high, c.1870 £500 - £700 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1733 A 19th century German violin, 35.7cm two-piece back excluding button, interior label inscribed Antonius Stradivarius, Deutshce Arbeit 1886, ebony tailpiece and finger board, rosewood tuning pegs, 60cm long, cased en suite, two bows with mother-of-pearl marquetry frogs £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1729 1729 A 19th century French ormolu and white marble mantel clock, 11cm convex dial inscribed with Arabic numerals, twin-winding holes, fourteen-day movement striking on a bell, the case cast with a young beauty holding a serpent, bowed plinth base centred by a mask, acanthuscapped bell-shaped feet, 36cm high, c. 1870 £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1734 A 19th century German violin, 36.1cm long two-piece back excluding button, interior label inscribed in ink manuscript Joseph Klotz [....] Anno 1791, mauve velvet chin rest, ebony tailpiece, rosewood fingerboard and tuning pegs, carved scroll, 61cm long overall, cased en suite with two associated bows, one stamped Dodd, Saxony, further accessories £150 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1735 A 19th century gilt brass novelty inkwell, cast as a French bulldog, hinged cover, lead-weighted base, 10cm high, c.1880 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1736 1736 A 19th century gilt bronze novelty, cast as two bears on a seesaw, in the Black Forest, rounded rectangular beige noir base, 15cm wide, c.1870 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1730 1730 A 19th century French porcelain and gilt metal mounted bureau du dame, quarter veneered fall front centred by an oval plaque painted in the manner of Sèvres, with putti on a bleu celeste ground, enclosing a fitted interior, above two short and one long drawer, cabriole legs, 92cm high, 76cm wide, c.1870 £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% For more images please visit

1737 A 19th century gilt metal mantel clock, 8cm circular enamel dial inscribed with Roman numerals, twin-winding holes, fourteen-day movement striking on a bell, the case cast with putti emblematic of music and learning, amongst leafy scrolls, marked to verso Ph. Mourey, 30cm high, c.1870 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 168

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1738 1738 A 19th century gilt metal mounted ebonised and Florentine pietra dura pier cabinet, marble top above a deep frieze and rectangular door, centred by an oval panel inlaid with specimen stones with an urn and a fanciful bird perched amongst flowering stems, within a ribbon tied border, shaped base, 111cm high, 84cm wide, c.1860 £2500 - £3500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1741 A 19th century giltwood and gesso oval girandole, torch and quiver cresting above an oval plate and three acanthus scroll branches with campana sconces, 92cm high, 55cm wide, c. 1860 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1742 A 19th century giltwood and gesso rectangular looking glass, acanthus cornice above a bas relief of figures from Classical Antiquity, bevelled mirror with flower bosses to angles, dart-and-egg border, 121.5cm high, 81cm wide £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1739 A 19th century gilt metal three-light ceiling lamp, long reeded pillar with lotus socle, above scantily clad putti supporting frilled glass shades, acanthus underfinial, ceramic pulley wheel, 67cm high, fitted as an electrolier, c.1870 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1743 A 19th century hardwood book carrier, turned handle and spindles, rectangular base, fluted bun feet, 46.5cm wide £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1740 A 19th century gilt-metal mounted mahogany bracket clock, 11cm circular enamel dial inscribed J.W. Benson, Ludgate Hill, London, fourteen-day French movement striking on a gong, pagoda top case, 31cm high, c. 1890 £500 - £700 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1744 A 19th century Indian treen peacock vermilion (Kumkum) tika box, 14cm wide £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1745 A 19th century Italian walnut and marquetry serpentine commode, quarter veneered top inlaid with strapwork above two conforming long drawers, cabriole legs, scroll feet, paper label to verso, 93cm high, 134cm wide £2500 - £3500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1746 A 19th century Louis XV Revival gilt metal mounted walnut, ebonised and marquetry bonheur du jour, the superstructure with central ogee arched mirrored door and small drawers, inset tooled and gilt leather writing surface, serpentine legs, 131cm high, 103cm wide, c.1860 £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1747 A 19th century mahogany longcase clock, the 35cm painted arched dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dials, twin winding holes, with day movement striking on a ball, the arch with lunar phase, floral spandrels, the hood with swan neck pediment, free standing turned pilasters, shape door to waist, bracket feet, 211cm high £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1748 A 19th century mahogany rectangular silver table, dished oversailing top above a deep frieze, square reeded legs, spade feet, 73cm high, 93cm wide £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1757 A 19th century rosewood forty-eight button concertina, by Louis Lachenal, London, pierced hexagonal ends, leather trimmed bellows, serial no. 10649, 18.5cm diam, mahogany box £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1749 A 19th century mahogany rounded rectangular tripod occasional table, turned pillar, outswept legs, bun feet, 74cm high, 50cm wide £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1758 A 19th century rosewood forty-eight key concertina, by C.Wheatstone & Co, serial no. 5090, hexagonal ends pierced with fretwork and inlaid with flowerheads and scrolls, paper bellows trimmed in tooled and gilt leather,18cm diam, c.1853 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1750 A 19th century mahogany secrètaire à abattant, canted top above a frieze drawer, fall front enclosing a cupboard, shelves, drawers and writing surface, further cupboard to base, inlaid with oval batwing paterae, outlined throughout with chequered stringing, tapered legs, 144cm high, 89.5cm wide, c.1830 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1759 A 19th century salt glazed stoneware hen money box, two-tone, seated in a basket, 10cm wide, c.1890; another (2) £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1751 A 19th century mahogany serpentine side table, oversailing top above a pair of frieze drawers, turned legs, 72cm high, 96cm wide £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1760 A 19th century style Derbyshire mahogany drop dial wall timepiece, 18.5cm convex enamel dial inscribed Wm Haycock, Ashbourne, Roman numerals, twin winding holes, eight day movement no.580, the case outlined with brass stringing, 38cm high, 20th century £150 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1752 A 19th century mahogany wheel barometer, the level signed Laffranco of Ludlow, 20cm circular register, swan neck pediment, hygrometer, mercury thermometer, convex mirror, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, 98cm long £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1753 A 19th century marble statuary pedestal, canted square top, turned column. octagonal base, 101cm high, 25cm wide £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1754 A 19th century ormolu mounted hobnail-cut glass urnular mantel vase, by F & C Osler, signed, lion paw feet, 13.5cm high, c.1870 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1755 A 19th century porcelain and gilt metal mounted shaped demi-lune card table, folding top enclosing an inset baize playing surface, the frieze centred by an oval plaque painted in the manner of Sèvres with a spray of colourful summer flowers on a Bleu Celeste ground, outlined throughout with brass stringing, quadripartite columnar base with urnular under finial, four cabriole legs, ceramic castors, 78cm high, 93cm wide, c.1870 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1756 A 19th century repeater carriage clock, the dial with Arabic numerals, inscribed M. ge Breitschmid, Lucerna, decorated with cherubs and foliage, the sides with French ladies, the case with bevelled glass panels, shaped handle, 15cm high, c.1860 £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1761 A 19th century style gilt-brass light suite, comprising a two-tier eight-branch electrolier and a pair of wall lights, scroll branches, the ceiling light 103cm diam £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1767 A Black Forest cuckoo clock, 16cm circular dial applied with Roman numerals, twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a gong, the case crested by a bird, the base carved with further birds beside a nest of eggs, 54cm high, c.1890 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1762 A 19th century style musical bird cage automaton, the singing avian perched on a branch, brass cage and base, keyless movement, 24cm high, 20th century £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1768 A bronze verdigre baroque style fountain head, cast as a naked figure, holding a dolphin under his arm, rectangular base, 48cm high £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1763 A 19th century Swiss rosewood and marquetry rectangular music box, 12.5cm cylinder playing six airs on a onepiece comb, cranking handle, Stop/Start and Change/Repeat selectors, hinged cover inlaid with a trophy allegorical of Autumn, outlined with boxwood stringing, 31cm wide, c.1870 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1769 A bronze verdigre baroque style fountain head, cast as a naked figure, holding a dolphin under his arm, rectangular base, 48cm high £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1764 A 19th century Swiss rosewood and marquetry rectangular music box, 15cm cylinder playing on a one-piece comb, cranking handle, Stop/Start and Change/Repeat selectors, hinged cover inlaid with a musical trophy and outlined with boxwood stringing, 35cm wide, c.1870 £150 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1770 A Charles II style oak low dresser, moulded top above three block front drawers, brass drop handles, turned legs, rectangular stretchers, 82cm high, 203cm wide, c.1925 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1765 A 19th century Swiss stained rosewood rectangular music box, 42cm cylinder on a one-piece comb, cranking handle, Start/Stop and Change/Repeat selectors, 65cm wide, c.1870 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1771 A Charles X gilt and silvered bronze figural mantel clock, 8cm silvered dial inscribed with Roman numerals, twin winding holes, 14-day movement striking on a bell, the case cast as a fountain head, an Arcadian shepherd reviving an infant with a drink, his faithful dog at his feet, plinth base with trophy to frieze, acanthus scroll feet, 43cm high, c.1825 £700 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1766 A 20th century French plated table box, of shaped oval form, the sides in relief with birds, flowers and foliage, domed cover, pine cone finial, ball feet, 21.5cm wide £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1772 1772 A Chinese hardwood circular jardinière stand, circular top with beaded border and inset soapstone panel, lion paw feet, pierced and carved with masks and scrolling foliage, 32cm high, 30cm diameter, c.1890 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1773 1773 A Chinese hardwood rectangular jardinière stand, moulded top with inset soapstone panel, above a shaped frieze pierced and carved with fruiting vine, flowers and scrolls, above two undertiers, lion paw feet, 80cm high, 45.5cm wide, c.1890 £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1775 1775 A Chinese padouk wood display cabinet, pierced trellis cresting and aprons, rectangular door flanked by canted angles, open undertier, cabriole legs, 201cm high, 108cm wide, c.1900 £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1774 A Chinese hardwood side chair, profusely carved with ferocious dragons, stuffed over seat, cabriole legs, c.1900 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1776 1776 A Chinese padouk wood scholar’s table, rounded rectangular top with inset dreamstone panel, above a deep frieze pierced and carved with mythical beasts, birds, blossoming prunus and fruiting peach branches, lion paw feet, 93.5cm high, 98cm wide, c.1900 £2000 - £3000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1777 A Chinese padouk wood shaped circular jardinière stand, beaded top with inset soapstone panel above a deep frieze, pierced and carved with fruiting vine and scrolling clouds, incurve stretcher, lion paw feet, 46cm high, 33cm wide, c.1890 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1778 A Chippendale Revival mahogany bracket clock, 12.5cm rectangular silvered dial inscribed Goldsmiths Co, 112 Regent Street, London, Roman numerals, Strike/Silent to arch, twin-winding holes, double-fusée movement striking on a gong, the caddy top case carved with bands of swags and acanthus and flanked by reeded canted angles, shallow bracket feet, 36cm high, c.1900 £700 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1779 A classical style composition garden statue, of Venus bathing, 117cm high

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1780 A Continental cold painted bronze blackamoor figure, cast as a young negro boy seated, well dressed he sits on a tree stump holding a bowl, 114cm high £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1781 1781 A fine 19th century English brown patinated bronze and verde Antico marble mantel timepiece, by Payne of New Bond Street, London, 9.5cm circular dial with a gilt chapter of Arabic numerals, blind to verso, eight-day fusée movement, the case cast as a chariot driven by a winged figure, the clock forming the spokes of his wheels, rectangular base applied with trophies, lion paw feet, 44cm wide, c. 1835 £3000 - £5000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1782 1782 A fine Louis XV Revival ormolu mounted rosewood secretaire vitrine, concave cresting above a bevelled glazed door, flanked by bombe shaped panels, the projecting base with fitted drawer, quarter veneered and crossbanded throughout, serpentine legs, 198cm high, 78cm wide, c.1850 £4000 - £6000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1783 A French Hepplewhite design Gainsborough chair, arched back with flowerhead cresting, acanthus scroll arms, stuffed over upholstery, squab cushion, cabriole legs, 20th century; a wingback armchair, similar (2) £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1785 A French Louis XV Revival gilt metal mounted Vernis Martin and rosewood bombe shaped side cabinet, of small proportions, breccia marble top above a frieze drawer and a cupboard, painted in the 18th century taste with a courting couple, shaped apron, outswept legs, 103cm high, 86cm wide, c.1890 £1200 - £1800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1784 A French Louis XV Revival gilt metal mounted mahogany serpentine majordome table, marble top flanked by carrying handles, shaped apron, open undertier, 75cm high, 75cm wide, c.1890 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1786 A French Louis XV Revival gilt metal mounted vernis Martin demi-lune vitrine, marble top with pierced gallery above a band of swags and tassels, a frieze of leafy Vitruvian scrolls and a three-quarter glazed door, the lower panels decorated in the 18th century taste with a courting couple in a landscape, serpentine legs, 139.5cm high, 69cm wide, c.1900 £250 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1787 A French Louis XV Revival ormolu mantel clock, 15cm circular dial with enamel cartouches inscribed with Roman numerals, fourteen-day movement striking on a bell, the case boldly cast with scrolling acanthus, 58cm high, c.1860 £1500 - £1800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1788 A French Louis XV style giltwood doublebergere sofa, curved back carved with flowers and scrolling acanthus, stuffed over seat, cabriole legs, acanthus scroll feet, 150cm wide, 20th century £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1789 A French Palais Royale type mother of pearl and gilt metal table casket, hinged cover applied with a field of lozenges, enclosing a pair of swing-out compartments, the interior sandalwood lined, 20.5cm wide, c.1870 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1790 A French Transitional style gilt metal mounted kingwood and parquetry centre table, crossbanded top above a pair of frieze drawers, centred by a rectangular panel cast with Bacchic infants, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, serpentine legs, 73cm high, 113cm wide, c.1860 £1200 - £1800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1793 A George I/II oak longcase clock, 30cm arched brass dial inscribed Samuel Harris, London, Roman and Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, date aperture, twin winding holes, 8-day movement striking on a bell, arched hood, rectangular door to waist, bracket feet, 198cm high, c.1730 Samuel Harris was born around 1659 and was free of the clockmakers’ Company in 1680, and took apprentices until 1730, dying before the end of the decade. £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1791 1791 A George I design walnut lowboy, quarter veneered moulded top outlined with herringbone stringing, above a shaped frieze with three drawers, cabriole legs with shell to knees, pad feet, 75cm high, 104cm wide (alterations and some period timbers) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1794 1794 A George II Irish mahogany hipped rectangular concertina-action card table, folding top enclosing counter wells and inset baize lined playing surface, above a deep frieze, cabriole legs, pad feet, 72cm high, 92cm wide, c.1740 £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1795 A George II mahogany longcase clock, 27cm brass dial, inscribed Hindley, York, Roman and Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, date aperture, twin winding holes, 8day movement striking on a bell, the arch applied with a lotus boss on a moss velvet ground, the hood with dentil cornice and brass capped reeded Corinthian columns, arched rectangular door to waist, plinth base, 218cm high, c.1740 Henry Hindley (1701-1771) was born at Wigan, apprenticed to his father 1715-1721 before setting up in Wigan where he worked until 1731, when he moved to York to take over his father’s practice there. An important clock and watchmaker, he was a friend of John Whitehurst FRS, the inventor of an improved wheel-cutting engine and made the clock for the Minster at York in 1750. He also made a regulator with pin wheel escapement. A number of apprentices are recorded as having been articled to him. He was succeded by his son, Joseph (1728-1774). Loomes, B. Clockmakers of the Northern Counties of England (Mayfield 1997) 143-146. £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1792 1792 A George I/II mahogany bureau, fall front enclosing a well and a stepped arrangement of pigeon holes and small drawers, reading ledge above two short and two long graduated drawers, shaped apron, bracket feet, 101cm high, 91cm wide, c.1730 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1796 1796 A George II/early George III mahogany tripod draughtsman’s table, the folding top with reading ledge adjustable on a ratchet, slides to sides, drawer to frieze, turned pillar, cabriole legs, 79cm high, 56cm wide, c.1760 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1797 1797 A George III fiddle back mahogany and marquetry oval tea caddy, inlaid in sand-shaded boxwood with Amor’s arrow and bow amongst leafy stems, hinged cover with acanthus patera, 12.5cm high, c.1780 £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1798 A George III mahogany bow front corner cabinet, barberpole stringing, with two door above three small drawers, skirted base, 115cm high, 80cm wide, c.1810 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1799 A George III mahogany break-centre library bookcase, outswept cornice above two pairs of astragal glazed doors, the base with fitted drawer, cupboards and further long drawers, 218cm high, 170cm wide, c.1780 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1800 A George III mahogany bureau, fall front enclosing a fitted interior above four long graduated cockbeaded drawers, brass swan neck handles, bracket feet, 106cm high, 91cm wide £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1802 1802 A George III mahogany cellaret, hinged sarcophagus cover enclosing an arrangement of bottle compartments, brass swan neck handles, tapered square legs, brass castors, 57cm high, 43cm wide, c.1880 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1801 1801 A George III mahogany bureau, fall front enclosing a rectangular cupboard door inlaid with an oval patera, flanked by secret compartments, pigeon holes and small drawers, applied with Corinthian pilasters and fluted niches above two short and three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, flanked by reeded quarter columns, brass swan neck handles, ogee bracket feet, 111cm high, 115cm wide, c.1780 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1803 1803 A George III mahogany chest, crossbanded top with reeded edge above two short and three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, oval brass handles, shaped apron, bracket feet, 101cm high, 98.5cm wide, c.1800 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1804 A George III mahogany circular gallery tray, brass carrying handles, 50cm diameter, c.1780 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1805 1805 A George III mahogany gentleman’s washstand, two piece folding top enclosing a plateau and a retractable mirror adjustable on a ratchet, above a cupboard and a pair of drawers, incurved undertier, brass axe head handles, chamfered square legs, 94cm high, 38cm wide, c.1780 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1806 A George III mahogany hooded wall alarum, of typical East Midlands type, 25.5cm circular brass dial with Arabic chapter and central setting register, single handed thirty hour movement with bell, the case with swan neck pediment, brass-capped Doric pillars, shaped door to waist, flanked by canted angles, console base, 150cm high, c.1790 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1808 1808 A George III mahogany longcase clock, 29.5cm arched brass and silvered dial inscribed Robert Frattle, Newport, Isle Of Wight, Roman and Arabic numerals, date aperture, subsidiary seconds dial, 8 day movement striking on a bell, shaped arched hood with brass capped reeded columns, arched rectangular door to waist, bracket feet, 223cm high, c.1770 £700 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1807 A ‘George III’ mahogany knee hole bureau bookcase, Greek Key cornice above a pair of astragal doors, fall front enclosing a fitted interior, the base with long drawer, above two rows of three graduated doors, cupboard to niche, shaped bracket feet, 213cm high, 92cm wide (alterations) £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1809 A George III mahogany lowboy, oversailing rectangular top above three drawers, chamfered square legs, 74cm high, 79cm wide, c.1800 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1810 1810 A George III mahogany rectangular side table, moulded top above a cockbeaded frieze drawer, brass swan neck handles, tapered square legs, 71cm high, 81cm wide, c.1800 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1811 A George III mahogany rectangular tea caddy, inlaid with flower and shell paterea, feathered crossbanding, 25.5cm wide, c.1790 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1812 A George III mahogany serpentine tea table, folding top above a deep frieze, reeded chamfered legs, 74cm high, 90cm wide, c.1770 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1816 1816 A George III oak and mahogany longcase clock, 30.5cm arched painted dial inscribed Towlson, Chilwell, rolling moon phase to arch, painted with a ship, Roman and subsidiary Arabic numerals, date aperture, twin winding holes, 8-day movement striking on a bell, the case with swan neck pediment, shaped arched rectangular door to waist, 212cm high, c.1810 (for restoration)

1813 A George III mahogany travelling decanter box, possibly for on board a ship, bronze acanthus handle flanked by a pair of sliding covers, quarter-veneered and crossbanded throughout, skirted base, 39cm over handle, 29.5cm wide, c.1780 £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1814 A George III mahogany tripod occasional table, circular tilting top, turned pillar, cabriole legs, 71cm high, 89cm diameter, c.1760 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1815 A George III mahogany tripod occasional table, dished circular top on birdcage-type box support, slender baluster column, cabriole legs, 67cm high, 54cm diam, c.1800 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% For more images please visit

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1818 A George III oak longcase clock, 31cm square brass dial inscribed John Wyld, Nottingham, Roman and Arabic numerals, calendar dial, 30 hour movement striking on a bell, the hood with dentil cornice, shaped rectangular door to waist inlaid with an eight pointed star, plinth base, 208cm high, c.1775 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1819 A George III oak lowboy, rectangular top above a long frieze drawer, shaped apron, brass swan neck handles, square legs, 69cm high, 73cm wide, c.1770 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1820 A George III oak settle, the rectangular back with five shaped, raised and fielded panels, squab cushion, cabriole legs, pad feet, 183cm wide, c.1770 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1821 A George III oak wall hanging corner cupboard, rectangular raised and fielded panelled door, 80cm high, 62cm wide, c.1770 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1822 A George III Provincial oak low dresser, rectangular top with tall rear gallery, above three drawers, brass swan neck handles, cabriole legs, pad feet, 100cm high, 189cm wide, c. 1770 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1823 A George III reverse glass engraving, of David Playing the Harp before Saul, after Charles Nicolas Cochin (1715 - 1790), 24cm x 35.5cm, gilt beaded frame, 32cm x 43cm wide, c. 1780 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1824 A George III Revival mahogany rectangular silver table, gadrooned top above a deep frieze with Gothic blind tracery and pierced brackets to angles, beaded chamfered square legs, shaped and pieced X-stretcher, 70cm high, 76cm wide, c.1910 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1825 A George III satinwood crossbanded mahogany oval Pembroke table, crossbanded top inlaid with an oval bat wing patera and outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, drawer to frieze, tapered square legs Xstretcher, 72cm high, 68cm wide £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1817 1817 A George III oak and mahogany longcase clock, the 28cm brass dial with silvered chapter ring inscribed Ashton, Ashburn (sic) Roman numerals, date aperture, 30-hour movement striking on a bell, the case with swan neck pediment, shaped rectangular door to waist centred by an oval shell patera, bracket feet, 207cm high, c.1800 The signature is that of Samuel Ashton the younger born at Macclesfield 1828, apprentivced to father at Tideswell 1742-49, and moved to Ashbourne c. 1750. £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1826 A George IV mahogany D-shaped tea table, folding top with reeded edge, above a deep frieze centred by a raised tablet, lock to side, turned pillar, sabre legs with stiff leaves to knees, brass castors, 72.5cm high, 91cm wide, c.1825 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1827 A George/William IV mahogany miniature centre table, circular top, turned pillar and socle, incurved canted base, bun feet, 17cm high, 25cm diam, c.1830 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1830 A Gothick gilt-brass mounted mahogany sedan mantel timepiece, 10cm white enamel with Roman numerals, thirty-hour movement with verge escapement, inscribed Minton of London and numbered 1287, with Fast and Slow variables, the shaped ogee cresting surmounted by an eagle and centred by a foliate acanthus boss, the oversailing rectangular top with urnular finials, the square case with further acanthus bosses to angles and flanked by a pair of columnar pilasters, tiered plinth bases, foliate frieze, lion paw feet, 37cm high £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1828 1828 A George/William IV mahogany rectangular Canterbury, X-shaped divisions carved and applied with lotus wreaths, turned handles, drawer to base, turned legs, brass castors, 53cm high, 51cm wide, c.1830 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1831 1831 A Hamadan carpet, the cerulean ground bordered by a flaxen ground with blossoming prunus and stylized animals, 193cm x 145cm £100 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1832 A ‘Jacobean’ oak side cabinet, moulded top above a long drawer and a pair of doors, turned legs, shaped undertier, 89cm high, 101cm wide (an old reconstruction of period timbers) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1833 A Jennens & Bettridge papier mache rectangular box, inlaid in abalone and painted with scrolls, 33cm wide, impressed mark £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1834 A Kashan carpet, the cerulean ground bordered by a light blue ground with flowers and foliage in tones of ecru and mustard, 435cm x 315cm £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1835 A Kashan carpet, the cream ground with flowers and foliage in tones of crimson and cerulean, 414cm x 300cm £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1836 A Kashan carpet, the ecru coloured ground with flowers and foliage in tones of cerulean and crimson, 230cm x 139cm £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1837 A Kashan carpet, the ecru coloured ground with flowers and foliage in tones of cerulean and crimson, 305cm x 210cm £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1838 A Kirman carpet, the crimson ground bordered by a cerulean ground with flowers and foliage in tones of ecru and blue, 410cm x 300cm £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1841 1839 A large 18th century style gilt metal mounted mahogany bracket clock, 18.5cm arched brass dial with silvered chapter ring inscribed with Roman and subsidiary Arabic numerals, matted centre, twin-winding holes, eightday movement striking on a gind, the arched case with pine cone finials, canted angles, lion paw feet, 63cm high, c.1890 £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1840 A large 19th century lacquered brass skeleton clock, 23cm Gothic silvered dial inscribed with Roman numerals, twin-winding holes, two-train double-fusée movement striking on a gong, ebonised plinth, 46cm high overall, c.1860 £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1841 A large 19th century style giltwood pier glass, pierced and carved with scrolling acanthus, 150cm high, 184cm wide, 20th century £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1842 A large Louis XV Revival ormolu cartouche shaped table clock, 26cm dial with enamel cartouches inscribed with Roman numerals, twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a bell, the case crested by a flaming lamp and cast with lyres, diapers, shells and scrolling acanthus, 70cm high, c.1850 £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1843 A large rectangular woollen carpet, the field worked with scrolling flowering stems centred by a shaped oval reserve, within conforming borders, on a pale green ground, 365cm x 455cm £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1844 A large Victorian papier mache shaped oval serving tray, the field painted with a castle, within a broad band of roses, 79cm wide, c.1850 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1846 1846 A late 17th century oak blanket chest, hinged four panel top above a three panel front carved with tulips and lozenges, stile feet, 70cm high, 127cm wide, c.1690 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1847 A late 17th century oak three panel blanket chest, hinged top enclosing a till, the front carved with tulips and acanthus lozenges, stile feet, 65cm high, 127cm wide, c.1685 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1848 A late 18th century North Italian walnut, mahogany and marquetry commode, quarter veneered top inlaid with Brittania, above four long drawers, outlined throughout with checkered banding, brass ring handles, tapered square legs, 102cm high, 107cm wide, c.1780 £1500 - £2000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1845 1845 A large Victorian Scottish pewter mounted ram’s horn table snuff mull, eagle finial, hinged fluted domed cover, the mounts wriggle-work engraved, 34cm wide, c.1860 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1849 A late 19th century bronzed table casket, as a chest on stand, cast with leaves and foliage, the interior red silk lined, 13cm high, c.1890 £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1853 A late 19th century French lacquered brass serpentine carriage timepiece, 4.5cm enamel dial inscribed with Arabic numerals, on a cagework ground, key-wound movement with platform escapement, swing carrying handle, bun feet, 12.5cm high, c.1890, morocco case £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1850 A late 19th century French lacquered bras oval carriage timepiece, 6cm white enamel dial with Roman numerals, key-wound movement with with platform escapement, swan neck swing carrying handle, bevelled and bowed glass sides, skirted base, bun feet, fitted diced morocco travelling case en suite, 17cm high over handle, c. 1900 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1854 A late 19th century mahogany and brass marquetry bracket clock, 16cm dial with silvered chapter of Roman numerals and matted centre, twin winding holes, eight-day fusée movement striking on a gong, the arched case inlaid with leafy scrolls, brass grilles to sides and door to verso, brass ball feet, 37cm high, c.1890; mahogany bracket ensuite £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1855 A late 19th century mahogany campaign kneehole desk, oversailing moulded top above a long frieze drawer, three further short drawers to each pedestal, plinth base, brass flushed handles, 74cm high, 101cm wide, c.1900 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1851 1851 A late 19th century French lacquered brass combination carriage clock, 8cm white enamel dial inscribed A La Gerbe d’ Cr Ducellier Arcy, Amiens, Roman numerals, regulating selector, the slightly oversailing top with 6.5cm silvered thermometer register centred by a compass, reeded columnar carrying handle and pilasters, plinth base with notched frieze, bracket feet, 20cm high, c. 1890 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1852 A late 19th century French lacquered brass oval carriage clock, 6cm rectangular enamel dial inscribed with Roman numerals, fourteen-day movement striking on a gong, bevelled panels, swing handle, 12.5cm high, fitted morocco case en suite, c. 1890 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1856 1856 A late 19th century mahogany swivel desk chair, curved cresting rail above a slatted gallery, stuffed over brass studded seat, serpentine legs, ceramic castors, c.1900 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1857 A late 19th century mahogany swivel desk chair, possibly American, the tapered rectangular back with three pierced splats, curved scroll arms, dished seat, outswept legs, ceramic castors, c.1890 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1860 A late Victorian rosewood and marquetry kidney shaped occasional table, oversailing top inlaid with a musical trophy, serpentine legs, open undertier, outlined with boxwood stringing, 70cm high, 57.5cm wide, c.1895 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1858 A late Victorian mahogany and marquetry display cabinet, arched cresting above an oval glazed door, flanked by a pair of further rectangular doors, inlaid in coloured woods with shells, flowers, leafy stems and ribbon tied trailing bell husks, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, tapered square legs, spade feet, 193cm high, 142cm wide, c.1900 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1861 A late Victorian Scottish oak museum type bookcase display cabinet, by James D Bennet, Glasgow, dentil cornice above a pair of glazed doors and a sloping hinged cover, the base with a pair of panelled doors, 214cm high, 141cm wide, c.1900 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1862 A late Victorian/Edwardian oak rectangular barograph, lacquered brass mechanism, skirted base, bracket feet, 37.5cm wide, c.1900 £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1859 A late Victorian rosewood and marquetry bonheur du jour, the shaped superstructure with a pair of glazed bevelled doors, small drawers and further panelled doors, inset tooled leather writing surface, the frieze with a pair of drawers, tapered square legs, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, brass castors, 129cm high, 107cm wide, c.1875 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1864 1864 A Louis XV Revival gilt metal mounted rosewood, kingwood and marquetry bombe shaped commode, of small proportions, marble top above three long drawers, shaped apron, outswept legs, 86cm high, 70cm wide, c.1890 £700 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1865 A Louis XV Revival gilt-metal and porcelainmounted mantel clock, 9cm white enamel dial inscribed with Roman numerals, twin-winding holes, fourteen-day movement striking on a bell, the whole surmounted by Cupid and a fellow putto, the scantily clad god holds his allegorical bow and arrow, arched oversailing top with spiked finials, crested by a grotesque mask and trailing garlands, the centre with two rose Pompadour decorated after Sèvres, acanthuscapped scrolling pilasters each surmounted by a dove, the break front rectangular base with wrythen and scroll friezes, central spray of foliage, foliate bosses to sides, bun feet, shaped giltwood base, 42cm high, 32cm wide, c. 1870 £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1863 1863 A Louis XV Revival gilt metal mounted mahogany and Vernis Martin shaped serpentine vitrine, marble top with pierced three quarter gallery above a glazed door, the lower panels painted in the 18th century taste with a young shepherd and his sleeping sweetheart, serpentine legs, 153cm high, 68cm wide, c.1890 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1866 A Louis XV Revival gilt-metal cartel clock, 11.5cm white enamel dial with blue Roman numerals, twin-winding holes, fourteen-day movement striking on a bell, vasular cresting, oversailing square plateau above a ribbon-tied scrolling acanthus, urnular finials, trailing bellhusks, torch and quiver trophy above a trellis panel, shaped acanthus apron, 62cm high, c. 1870 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1867 A Louis XV Revival walnut salon suite, comprising a small sofa and a pair of armchairs, outswept scroll arms, cabriole legs, the sofa 122cm wide, c.1890 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1868 A Louis XV style gilt-metal mounted and marquetry cartouche-shaped bracket clock, 21cm brass dial embossed in the Rococo taste, Roman numerals in shaped reserves, twinwinding holes, eight-day movement striking on an arrangement of gongs, the whole crested by an emblematic putto surmounting a domed canopy, shaped glazed door crested by an allegorical trophy, inlaid with floral marquetry and applied with scrolling mounts throughout, shaped cresting, conforming ogee bracket en suite with a shell, rocaille and rope twist frieze,, 91cm high overall, 38.5cm wide, late 20th century £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1870 1870 A Mahal carpet, the crimson ground with flowers and foliage in tones of ecru and cerulean, 427cm x 308cm £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1869 A Louis XVI Revival gilt metal-mounted porcelain clock, 10cm dial inscribed with Roman numerals, twinwinding holes, fourteen-day movement striking on a bell, the whole surmounted by an urn with fruiting finial and acanthuscapped scroll handles, the case cast and applied with laureate swags, bellhusks and further neoclassical devices, inset with porcelain plaques decorated in the manner of Sèvres, bun feet and meander supports, 50cm high, 38cm wide, c. 1870 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1872 A Napoleon III gilt-metal and porcelain-mounted mantel clock, 9cm enamel dial inscribed Leroy A Paris, Roman numerals, twin-winding holes, fourteen-day movement, ovoid urnular case painted in the manner of Sèvres bleu celeste, the base with figures allegorical of the arts, 55cm high, c. 1860 £600 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1878 1873 A Neoclassical design circular ceiling lamp, beaded border applied with bellhusk swags, fluted clear glass shades, fitted as an electrolier, 44cm diam £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1879 A pair of 19th century French gilt-metal and white marble candelabra, each cast as a scantily clad putto raising aloft acanthus torches, columnar bases, 50cm high, c. 1860 (fitted for electricity) £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1874 A Neo-Palladian miniature console table, canted rectangular moss agate top above a silvered eagle, 9.5cm high, 10.5cm wide £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1876 A North European ivory Corpus Christi, typically carved with the Holy Wounds of stigmata, his waist draped, his body picked out in flesh tones, 20cm long, 17th century £200 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1877 A pair of 19th century Etruscan Revival gilt bronze ewers, cast in relief with leafy scrolls and cartouches, gadrooned rims, acanthus scroll handles capped by foliate masks, belge noir bases, 39.5cm high, c.1870 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1880 1878 A pair of 19th century Franglais gilt metal mounted kingwood and marquetry centre tables, each canted quarter veneered top inlaid with a flowering urn and butterflies, above a shaped frieze drawer, serpentine legs, 73cm high, 90cm wide, c.1860 £3000 - £5000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1880 A pair of 19th century giltwood and gesso corner wall hanging girandole whatnots, each with ribbon cresting above three glazed mirrored tiers flanked by candle sconces, 118cm high, 56cm wide, c.1870 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1881 1881 A pair of 19th century mahogany, rosewood and satinwood bedroom cabinets, each with grey marble top, eggand-dart border above a frieze drawer and cupboard door, the sprung latches operated by a push button mechanism, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, tapered square legs, 86cm high, 53cm wide, c.1860 £1500 - £2000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1884 A pair of 19th century style brass wall lights, each cast with winged terminal figures, curved branches, acanthus bosses, clear glass pear shaped shades, 35cm wide £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1885 A pair of 19th century style gilt-metal three-light wall sconces, cast with a winged terminal figure and acanthus scrolls, 48cm wide £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1882 A pair of 19th century Midland alabaster and gilt metal three-light candelabra, waisted sconces, engraved leafy scroll branches, knopped stems, circular bases with beaded borders, 46cm high, c.1870 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1886 A pair of Arts and Crafts beaten brass girandoles, shaped borders repousse embossed with flowers and fruit, bevelled plates above candle sconces on adjustable S-scroll branches, 46cm high, 30.5cm wide, c.1900 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1883 A pair of 19th century Rococo Revival gilt-metal candelabra, cast throughout with acanthus, circular bases with lotus borders, 24cm high, c.1870 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1888 A pair of Chinese hardwood rectangular floor standing vase stands, each shaped frieze pierced and carved with scrolls and tassels, 80cm high, 42cm wide, c.1900 £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1889 A pair of Chinese padouk wood and burr elm armchairs, each shaped back pierced and carved with scrolling clouds centred by a circular panel, solid seats, shaped legs and stretchers, 103cm high, 19th century £1500 - £2000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1892 A pair of George III French Hepplewhite mahogany elbow chairs, stuffed over backs and seats, serpentine arms carved with scrolls, turned and reeded legs, c.1785 £1500 - £2000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1893 A pair of jadite horses on stands £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1894 A pair of late 19th century Baronial wall sconces, centred by a shaped bracket crested by fruiting pomegranates and leafy scrolls, canted aprons, wrythen arms terminating in planished torches with frosted glass shades, fitted for electricity, 27cm high, 36cm wide, c. 1900 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1891 1891 A pair of French parcel-gilt and painted window seats, in the Louis XV style, cane seats, cabriole legs, scroll feet, 65.5cm wide, c.1900 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1895 A pair of late 19th century floor standing candlesticks, each with campana sconce and dished drip pan above a circular undertier, turned pillars, shaped cabriole legs, 124cm high, c.1890 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1896 1896 A pair of Louis XVI style giltwood occasional tables, marble tops, shaped aprons carved with flowers and acanthus, cabriole legs, 72cm high, 52cm diameter, 20th century £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1898 1898 A pair of substantial Neo-Classical design statuary pillars, each in bas relief with bands of revelling classical figures, square bases, 90cm high, 39cm diam £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1899 A pair of Victorian mahogany hall chairs, oval scrollcartouche backs, moulded serpentine-fronted seats, turned legs, c.1860 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1897 1897 A pair of Regency toleware chestnut vases and covers, decorated en camaïeu gilt with ho-ho birds and fanciful foliage in the Chinoiserie taste, boat-shaped fluted urns, domed oversailing covers with ball finials, scroll-capped shell handles, gilt interior, shaped rectangular pedestals, one with The British Antique Dealers’ Association label to interior, 28cm high, c. 1825 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1900 1900 A post Regency coromandel crossbanded mahogany library table, of small proportions, well figured top above a pair of frieze drawers, turned handles, rectangular end supports with gadrooned socles, brass capped castors, 73cm high, 91.5cm wide, c.1830 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1901 A Queen Anne style mahogany and gilt-brass pillar barometer, 6cm silvered register, stop-fluted and spirallyturned column, rectangular cistern housing, numbered 27/150, 101.5cm high £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1906 A Regency rosewood and brass marquetry side cabinet, of small proportions, rectangular top above a deep frieze and a pair of rectangular doors with brass grills lined with pleated silk, flanked by Doric columns, plinth feet, 88cm high, 105cm wide, c.1815 £500 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1907 A Regency rosewood crossbanded mahogany Pembroke table, reeded top above a frieze drawer, blind to verso, turned pillar, sabre legs, brass castors, 73cm high, 96cm wide, c.1820 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1902 1902 A Regency mahogany bow fronted chest of two short and four long graduated cockbeaded drawers, possibly Scottish, flanked by spirally fluted columns, brass lion mask handles, plinth base, 116cm high, 120cm wide, c.1820 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1908

1903 A Regency mahogany D-shaped card table, folding top enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, above a deep frieze centred by a raised tablet, cylindrical column, spirally fluted socle, incurve base, beaded borders, sabre legs, brass castors, 74cm high, 91cm wide, c.1820 £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1908 A Regency rosewood rounded rectangular card table, crossbanded top enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface above a deep frieze, twin pillar support, sabre legs, brass lion paw castors, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, 75cm high, 91cm wide, c.1815 £200 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1904 A Regency mahogany D-shaped card table, folding top enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, the base with U-shaped support, hipped sabre legs, lion paw feet, brass castors, 72cm high, 92cm wide, c.1815 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1909 A Regency style mahogany breakfast table, oval tilting top, sabre legs, reeded borders, 75cm high, 177cm wide, 20th century £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1905 A Regency penwork rectangular work box, decorated in the chinoiserie taste with figures in a pagoda, hinged cover, gilt brass ball and claw feet, 20cm wide, c.1815 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1910 1910 A remarkable set of six substantial early Victorian Gothic Revival gilt brass candlesticks, in the manner of Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin (1812 - 1852) and probably cast by Hardman & Co, Birmingham, each hexagonal sconce with a castellated gallery of trefoils supported on stylised lotus, cluster columns with acanthus scroll knops, each incurved canted triform base with three pointed arched ‘windows’ of blind tracery, lotus cast borders and bun feet, 79cm high, c. 1840 £6000 - £10000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1912 A rosewood framed tapestry fire surround, scrolled and carved top rail, gilt relief moulding around glazed panel, enclosing tapestry depicting gentry, hunting dogs and rabbits amid flora, carved bottom rail, shaped end supports, scrolled stretcher, ceramic castors £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1913 A set of four 19th century French drawing room armchairs, stuffed over upholstery, scroll arms, shaped stretchers, tapered square legs, brass castors, c.1880 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1914 A set of four 19th century giltwood and gesso threelight wall sconces, campana sconces, acanthus grasped branches, cartouche shaped bosses, 45cm high, c.1860 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1915 A set of four early Victorian mahogany dining chairs, curved cresting rails terminating in scrolls, stuffed over seats, turned and panelled legs, c.1840 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1916 A set of four George III provincial Hepplewhite elm dining chairs, arched cresting rails, pierced splats, solid seats, H-stretchers, c.1800 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1911 1911 A Reuge Bird-in-a-Cage Musical Automata, SainteCroix, Switzerland, the wirework domed cage with ring handle enclosing perched singing bird, the base with scrolling foliage, ball feet, 30cm high, 20th century, £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1917 A set of four Regency mahogany dining chairs, curved cresting rails and central bars carved with bell husks, acanthus and scrolls, drop-in seats, sabre legs, c.1820 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1918 1918 A set of six early 19th century oak trompe l'œil carvings, each carved in the manner of Grinling Gibbons, as a game trophy, the birds suspended and naturalistically carved with dense plumage, the largest 29cm long, c. 1830 £500 - £700 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1921 1921 A Sheraton Revival satinwood circular occasional table, crossbanded top with matched veneers, outlined with boxwood and ebony stringing, above a deep frieze and faux fluted legs, shaped X-stretcher, outswept feet, 74.5cm high, 69cm diameter, c.1900 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1919 A set of six elm spindle back dining chairs, rush seats, turned stretchers, pad feet, Lancashire, c.1840 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1922 A small early 18th century blanket box, two panel top and front, carved with lozenges, stile feet, 52cm high, 94cm wide, c.1760 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1920 1920 A Sheraton Revival mahogany, satinwood and marquetry open bookcase, moulded top above a deep frieze inlaid with a draped Neo-Classical urn, griffins and scrolling leafy stems, flanked by further urns and trailing bell husks, adjustable shelves, turned and reeded legs, 107cm high, 107cm wide, c.1900 £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% For more images please visit

1923 1923 A small George III mahogany chest, moulded top above two short and three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, brass swan neck handles, bracket feet, 82cm high, 89cm wide, c.1790 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 202

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1924 A small late Victorian mahogany chest, by Druce & Co, London, rectangular top above two short and two long graduated cockbeaded drawer, brass swan neck handles, shaped apron, outswept bracket feet, 77cm high, 89cm wide, c.1890 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1925 A substantial Louis XV style parcel-gilt and painted window seat, scroll ends, stuffed over gold damask upholstery, cabriole legs, 165cm wide, 20th century £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1926 A substantial Victorian burr walnut musical bracket clock, 16cm arched brass dial labelled Cockburn, Richmond, silvered chapter ring inscribed with Roman and subsidiary Arabic numerals, regulator and Chime/Silent dials to arch, triple winding holes, three-train movement chiming and striking on gongs, the case with knop finial, fluted cupola and acanthus scroll brackets, flanked by Corinthian pilasters, leafy scroll bracket feet, 64cm high, c.1860 £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1927 A Venetian soft wood blackamoor torchere, carved with a turbaned attendant and scrolling acanthus, shaped oval plateau, cabriole legs, 92cm high, 36cm wide, c.1870 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1929 A Victorian blackwood seamstress’s bobbin stand, baluster central column crested by a pin cushion, the turned base with six cotton reel spindles, 16cm high, c.1870 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1928 A Victorian Aesthetic Movement walnut, ebonised and Jasperware mounted sideboard, by Lamb, Manchester, stamped and numbered 1338, the mirror back with an arrangement of niches, projecting inverted break centre base, with glazed door flanked by a pair of architectural panelled doors, incise carved and parcel gilt throughout, turned legs, 192cm high, 184cm wide, c.1880 £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1930 A Victorian brass and leather three-draw telescope, table tripod stand, with extender, 41cm high, mahogany case £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1933 A Victorian burr walnut and marquetry rounded rectangular card table, folding top enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, the base with four turned pillars and a spire underfinial, cabriole legs carved with acanthus, 72cm high, 86cm wide, c.1865 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1931 1931 A Victorian brass mounted burr walnut rectangular dressing box, hinged cover enclosing a mirror and a lift-out tray with an arrangement of boxes, bottles and jars, sprung drawer to base fitted for jewellery, 31.5cm wide, c.1850 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1932 A Victorian brass oil lamp, globular clear ridged shade above clear cut glass reservoir, brass floral twisting column, four layer stepped base, black foot. impressed Veritas Lamp Works, 66cm high inc chimney; another smaller, ruby red glass shade and lighter reservoir, pierced cast iron base decorated with birds, 54cm high (2) £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1934 1934 A Victorian burr walnut and marquetry shaped rectangular combination games/work table, quarter veneered top enclosing a baize lined playing surface, above a pair of frieze drawers, one labelled in tooled and gilt leather ‘chessmen’ and ‘cards’, basket undertier, turned and fluted end supports, ceramic castors, 72cm high, 90cm wide, c.1860 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1935 A Victorian burr walnut oval breakfast table, moulded quarter veneered top, turned pillar and cabriole legs carved with acanthus, ceramic castors, 70cm high, 121cm wide, c.1860 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1936 A Victorian burr walnut rectangular occasional table, quarter-veneered top above a shaped frieze carved with blind fretwork, tapered square legs, shaped X-stretchers with oval upstand undertier, ceramic castors, 69cm high, 69.5cm wide, c.1870 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1937 A Victorian cast iron pocket watch stand, the circular aperture flanked by putti terminal figures emerging from fruiting foliage, shaped serpentine scroll base, 22cm high, c.1860 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1938 A Victorian design bronzed wall light, cast as a winged maiden grasping an acanthus scroll branch, vaseline glass shade, 19cm high £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1939 A Victorian gilt metal and porcelain mounted walnut credenza, moulded top above a rectangular door, the mounts painted in the manner of Sèvres with flowers of a bleu celeste and rose pink ground, flanked by Corinthian columns and curved glazed doors, turned feet, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, 105cm high, 151cm wide, c.1850 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1940 A Victorian gilt metal mounted burr walnut kidney shaped writing table, moulded top with inset tooled and gilt leather writing surface, pierced gallery, drawer to frieze, cabriole legs, ceramic castors, 75cm high, 112cm wide, c.1850 £700 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1941 A Victorian gilt metal mounted ebonised, burr walnut and marquetry pier cabinet, moulded top above a pair of rectangular glazed doors, plinth base, 109cm high, 104cm wide, c.1860 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1942 1942 AVictorian gilt metal mounted rosewood crossbanded burr walnut and marquetry credenza, moulded top above a pair of rectangular doors, flanked by rounded angles with shelves, outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, 108cm high, 184cm wide, c.1860 £1200 - £1800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1943 A Victorian gilt metal mounted walnut and marquetry credenza, oversailing top above a rectangular door flanked by curved glazed doors, plinth base, 106cm high, 159cm wide, c.1850 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1950 A Victorian novelty ornithological gilt brass desk clip, as duck’s head, naturalistically cast, 15.5cm long, c. 1880 £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1944 1944 A Victorian gilt metal mounted walnut and marquetry pier cabinet, arched rectangular glazed door, flanked by a pair of columns, plinth base, 102cm high, 78.5cm wide, c.1860 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1945 A Victorian Gothic Revival ash three piece bedroom suite, comprising triple wardrobe, dressing table and double bed, the wardrobe with outswept cornice above an inlaid Greek key frieze, and three panelled doors, enclosing sliding trays and hanging rails, the dressing table with adjustable mirror, the wardrobe 210cm high, 201cm wide, c.1870 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1946 A Victorian Gothic Revival oak communion table, moulded top above a deep frieze carved with a verse, Hstretchers, shaped apron and square legs with blind tracery, 77cm high, 122cm wide, c.1880 £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1951 1951 A Victorian oak and mahogany longcase clock, 35cm arched painted dial inscribed S. Tranter, West Bromwich, the arched spandrels painted with a shepherdess and flock, subsidiary seconds dial, date aperture, twin winding holes, 8day movement striking on a bell, shaped door to waist, flanked by turned pilasters, 225cm high, c.1850 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1947 A Victorian mahogany partner’s desk, rounded rectangular top with inset leather writing surface, slides to sides, twin pedestal base with an arrangement of drawers, verso conforming, 77cm high, 159cm wide, c.1880 £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1952 A Victorian oak cylinder desk, three quarter gallery above a retractable front enclosing a fitted interior with sliding plateau, three graduated drawers to each pedestal, plinth base, 120cm high, 121cm wide, c.1880 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1948 A Victorian mahogany rounded rectangular Sutherland table, moulded top, turned twin-pillar end supports, downswept feet, 73cm high, 83cm wide, c.1860 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% For more images please visit

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1954 1953 A Victorian oak rectangular looking glass, the fluted border carved with crisp acanthus, bevelled plate, 101cm x 68.5cm, c.1880 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1955 A Victorian oak wheel barometer, 19cm silvered register inscribed J Davis & Son, London & Derby, mercury thermometer, the case outlined with slender C-scrolls, 90cm long, c. 1850 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1954 A Victorian oak rounded rectangular centre table, oversailing top above a deep frieze carved with fluted and acanthus, trestle base with dolphin masks, thistles and further acanthus, bun feet, 77cm high, 152cm wide, c.1880 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1956 A Victorian oak wind out dining table, rounded rectangular top with three additional leaves, turned legs, ceramic castors, 74cm high, 127cm wide, extending to 303cm long £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1957 A Victorian parcel gilt satinwood and marquetry salon display cabinet, in the Louis XVI taste, the break centre upper stage with rectangular door flanked by rounded sides, projecting base with drawer to frieze, the lock stamped VR, tapered fluted legs, curved X-stretcher with classical urn underfinial, turned legs, crossbanded and outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, 164cm high, 93cm wide, c.1870 £1500 - £2500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1962 A Victorian rosewood tripod occasional table, shaped circular top, fluted pillar, cabriole legs carved with Cscrolls, 72cm high, 51cm diameter, c.1860 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1958 A Victorian rectangular oak and silver plated desk stand, with central bar handle, two wells, with drawer, 33cm high, c.1870 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1964 A Victorian tortoiseshell tea caddy, serpentine front, ball feet, c.1850 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1963 A Victorian rosewood wheel barometer, 19.5cm register, mercury thermometer, the case carved and crested with scrolling acanthus, 109.5cm high, c. 1860 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1965 A Victorian walnut and marquetry davenport, hinged sloping top with inset leather writing surface enclosing small drawers and pigeon holes, the side with rectangular panelled door enclosing drawers, carved cabriole supports, bun feet, brass castors, 80cm high, 59cm wide, c. 1860 £150 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1959 A Victorian rosewood sarcophagus tea caddy, inlaid with anthemions, scrolls and fanciful birds in brass and mother of pearl, he cover with Boule tablet, he interior with two lidded compartments and central mixing bowl, 33cm wide, c.1840 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1960 A Victorian rosewood shaped rectangular work table, moulded top, above a frieze drawer and basket undertier, pierced and carved scroll ends, C-scroll stretcher, brass castors, 76cm high, 58cm wide, c.1850 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1961 A Victorian rosewood Sutherland table, shaped oval top, pierced end supports, turned stretcher, ceramic castors, 73cm high, 96cm wide, c.1850 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1966 1966 A Victorian walnut gentleman’s bedroom cabinet, by Howard & Sons Ltd, London, raised and fielded panel doors, enclosing three adjustable slides, plinth base, 129cm high, 91cm wide, c.1900 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1962

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1967 AVictorian walnut rounded rectangular jewel box, the domed cover centred by a flushed handle, enclosing two liftout blue satin and velvet lined fitted trays revealing a further recess for jewellery, the inner cover blue satin and button backed, Bramah-type lock, 16cm high, 25cm wide, c. 1870 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1968 A Victorian walnut sarcophagus tea caddy, inlaid with flowers, leafy bun feet, 28.5cm wide, c 1870 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1969 A Victorian Welsh mahogany longcase clock, 32cm arched painted dial inscribed Meredith, Merthyr Tydvil, Roman numerals, the arch and spandrels painted with a bay and rustic buildings, subsidiary seconds dial, date aperture, twin winding hole, 8-day movement striking on a bell, the case with arched hood, rectangular door to waist, 218cm high, c.1860 William Meredith was working at Merthyr Tydvil from 1852 to 1899; in his earlier years he also signed clocks from Tredegar. £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1970 A viola, the two-piece back 40.5cm excluding button, 68cm long overall, cased, the bow 74cm long, apparently unsigned £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1971 A violin, 35.5cm long two-piece back excluding button, outlined throughout with tramline purfling, checkered rosewood chin rest, rosewood finger board, 60cm long overall, cased with two associated bows, spare tuning pegs and further accessories £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1972 A violin, the one piece back 35cm long excluding button, outlined throughout with purfling, rosewood tuning pegs, 59cm long overall, cased, the bow apparently unsigned, 75cm long £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1973 A violin, the two-piece back 36cm long excluding button, outlined throughout with purfling, 60cm long overall, cased, the bow unsigned £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1974 A violin, the two-piece back 36cm long excluding button, stamped Stainer, paper Jacobus Stainer label, 61cm long overall, cased, the bow apparently unsigned £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1978 A William III oak blanket chest, hinged top enclosing a till, three panel front, stile feet, 73cm high, 124cm wide, c.1700 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1979 A William IV flame mahogany bow fronted stick barometer, 17.5cm x 10cm silvered register inscribed Troughton & Simms, London, turned half-urnular cistern cover, 99cm high, c.1835 This important instrument making firm goes back to brothers John (d. 1826) and Edward (1756-1835) Troughton took over their Lancashire-born father, Joseph’s Fleet Street instrument making business, and on John’s death Edward took William Simms (1793-1860) into partnership and the firm flourished gaining many important commissions. It became a limited company in 1915 and in 1922 became Cooke, Troughton & Simms. £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1975 1975 A William and Mary oak side table, moulded top above a long frieze drawer, turned and panelled legs, shaped stretcher, 68cm high, 83cm wide, c.1690 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1980 A William IV mahogany library chair, stuffed over upholstery, scroll arms carved with lotus, turned legs, brass castors, c.1835 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1976 A William and Mary walnut and laburnum oyster veneered rectangular lace box, holly crossbanded and outlined hinged moulded top veneered with intersecting circles, enclosing a lift-out tray, skirted base, 44cm wide, c.1690 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1981 A William IV mahogany Patent library chair, Samuel Pratt & Son, New Bond Street, stuffed-over upholstery, scroll arms carved with lotus, turned and fluted legs, brass castors, c. 1835 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1977 A William and Mary walnut and laburnum oyster veneered rectangular lace box, holly crossbanded and outlined hinged moulded top veneered with intersecting circles, skirted base, 28cm wide, c.1690 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1982 1982 A William IV mahogany rounded rectangular card table, crossbanded folding top enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, above a deep frieze centred by a raised tablet, panelled column, incurved base, scroll feet, brass castors, 76cm high, 92cm wide, c.1835 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1986 A William IV rosewood work table, rectangular top with a pair of fold-out covers, enclosing a writing surface, adjustable on a ratchet, flanked by a pair of turned rails, frieze drawer, blind to verso, basket undertier, lotus carved pillar and socle, bun feet, 73cm high, 74cm wide, c.1835 £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1983 1983 A William IV mahogany rounded rectangular work table, the well figured, flame veneered top above two long drawers, pierced end supports carved with leafy stems, turned stretcher, bun feet, brass castors, 76cm high, 56cm wide, c.1835 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1984 A William IV mahogany wine coaster, carved with stiff acanthus, draught-turned base, 17cm high, c.1835 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1985 AWilliam IV oak and mahogany crossbanded longcase clock, 30cm arched painted dial inscribed Brownsword, Nottingham, date aperture, thirty-hour movement striking on a bell, case with swan neck pediment, rectangular door to waist, flanked by canted angles, plinth base, 216cm high, c. 1835 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1987 1987 A William IV/early Victorian rosewood four-glass bracket clock, 14.5cm rectangular silvered dial inscribed with Roman numerals, profusely engraved with scrolling foliage, twin-winding holes, double-fusée movement striking on a bell, £1500 - £2000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1988 An ‘18th century’ burr elm side table, oversailing rectangular top above a pair of cockbeaded drawers, straightened cabriole legs, pad feet, 76cm high, 81cm wide (incorporating period elements) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1989 An 18th century continental fruitwood armchair, shaped arched cresting carved with naive anthemions and lattice, outswept scroll arms, boarded seat, panel front, 121cm high, c.1750 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1990 An 18th century elm and ash Windsor chair, curved cresting and arm rails, straight fronted saddle seat, outswept legs, c.1775 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1996 An 18th century oak desk box, hinged sloping cover enclosing a drawer and pigeon holes, the front carved with meandering leafy stems, 56cm wide, c.1720 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1991 An 18th century French Provincial fruitwood serpentine commode, moulded oversailing top above three long drawers, gilt rococo handles, panelled sides, shaped apron, scroll carved cabriole legs, 89cm high, 124cm wide, c.1750 £700 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1997 An 18th century oak panelled back settle, the back with six arched panels, turned legs, scroll arms, 190cm long, c 1780 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1998 An 18th century red walnut circular occasional table, turned legs, cabriole legs, pointed pad feet, 84cm diam, c.1760 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1992 An 18th century Indian horse’s head finial, probably Andhra Pradesh, well carved with roundels, 27cm high, c.1780-1800 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1999 An 18th century silkwork rectangular picture, embroidered in coloured threads with Jesus, Mary and Joseph on the Flight into Egypt, the whole biblical tableaux crested by a Masonic Eye of Providence, titled banner to base, 14cm x 10cm £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1993 An 18th century mahogany elbow chair, serpentine arms, stuffed over upholstery, cabriole legs, pad feet, c.1760 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1994 An ‘18th century’ oak buffet, oversailing top above carved and panelled doors applied with split-turnings, open base with turned supports, 109cm high, 124cm wide (alterations) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2000 An 18th century style giltwood centre table, the rounded rectangular top with inset marble panel, above a deep blind fretwork frieze, cabriole legs, 86cm high, 120cm wide, 20th century £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1995 An 18th century oak chest, of narrow proportions, oversailing rectangular top above two short and three long graduated drawers, brass swan neck handles and bat shaped escutcheons, bracket feet, 103cm high, 83cm wide, c.1760 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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2001 An 18th century walnut bombe shaped bureau cabinet, shaped arched cresting, centered by a boldly carved leafy scroll cartouche, above a pair of mirrored doors enclosing adjustable shelves and small drawers, candle slides above a fall front enclosing a serpentine interior with cupboard, small drawers and pigeon holes, the frieze with three cockbeaded drawers above two short and two long, outlined throughout with herringbone stringing, Neo-Classical handles and escutcheons, ogee bracket feet, 238cm high, 100cm wide, c.1765 £6000 - £8000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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2002 2002 An 18th century walnut lowboy, rounded rectangular crossbanded top, above a shaped frieze with three drawers, cabriole legs, pointed pad feet, 72cm high, 81cm wide £200 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 2003 An 18th century Welsh elm lowboy, well figured oversailing moulded top above three frieze drawers, shaped apron, square cabriole legs, pad feet, 73cm high, 82cm wide, c.1750 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 2004 An Aesthetic Movement parcel-gilt and ebonised revolving bookcase, circular top above balustrade galleries, sabre legs carved with flowerheads, 74cm high, 42cm diameter, c.1880 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2006 2006 An Art Nouveau Nancy School mahogany and marquetry side cabinet, in the manner of Louis Majorelle, three quarter gallery above an asymmetric arrangement of cupboard, drawer, shelves and Canterbury, the borders carved with sinuous flowering stems, cabriole legs, 127.5cm high, 62.5cm wide, c.1900 £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2005 An Art Nouveau design brown patinated ceiling lamp, cast as three putti supporting amber flashed glass shades, fitted as an electrolier, 33cm diam £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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2012 An early 18th century oak gateleg table, oval top, turned legs, rectangular stretchers, 73cm high, 101cm wide, c.1720 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2013 2013 An early 18th century oak rectangular blanket chest, four panel top, five panel front, 63cm high, 134cm wide £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 2014 An early 19th century Anglo-Indian coromandel rectangular box, inlaid in ivory with bell husks and scrolling flowering stems, hinged cover, kite shaped escutcheon, 28.5cm wide, c.1830 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 2015 An early 19th century bronze circular sundial, by Cary, London, Roman numerals, shaped gnomon, 17.5cm diam, c.1820 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2007 2007 An Arts and Crafts mahogany and marquetry armchair, by William Lethaby, stamped, rectangular back with ladder cresting rail, shaped arms, inlaid with stylized organic forms, block feet, stuffed over upholstery, c.1900 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2016 An early 19th century brown patinated bronze desk weight, cast as a sphinx, lozenge shaped base, 14.5cm wide, c.1820 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2008 An Arts and Crafts mahogany chest, oversailing top above two short and three long drawers, skirted base, bun feet, 108cm high, 107cm wide, c.1890 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2017 An early 20h century Meinl bow, ebony frog, inlaid with mother-of-pearl, stamped; a conductors baton (2) £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 2018 An early 20th century adjustable student’s lamp, circular base, posted loop base, 51cm high, c. 1910 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2009 An Austrian cold painted bronze mounted copper bowl, crested by a blue tit perched on a blossoming branch, 17.5cm high, c.1900 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2019 An early 20th century brass bound coopered oak jardinière, outswept feet, 78cm high, 46cm diameter, c.1910 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2010 An early 18th century fruitwood gateleg dining table, oval top, bobbin turned legs, rectangular stretchers, 75cm high, 108cm wide, c.1720 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2020 An early 20th century E.P.N.S. and oak three bottle tantalus, hobnail cut bottles, prismatic globular stopper, 34cm wide, c.1910 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2011 An early 18th century oak gateleg dining table, oval top, turned legs, 76cm high, 132cm wide, c.1720 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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2025 An early George III oak chest, of small proportions, moulded oversailing top above four long graduated drawers, pierced brass bat shaped handles, bracket feet, 80cm high, 89cm wide, c.1760 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2021 2021 An early 20th century mahogany and electro-plated two-bottle wine trolley coaster, bail handles, spoked wheels, 27cm long, c.1910 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 2022 An early 20th century spelter figural lantern, cast as a young boy of the Renaissance court, circular base, 146cm high £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 2023 An early George III mahogany bachelor’s chest, of small proportions, moulded top above a slide and four long graduated cockbeaded drawers, pierced brass bat-shaped handles, bracket feet, 82cm high, 83cm wide, c. 1760 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 2024 An early George III mahogany chest, moulded crossbanded top above two short and three long graduated drawers, flanked by reeded quarter columns, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, bracket feet, 83cm high, 100cm wide, c.1765 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2026 2026 An early Victorian Gothic Revival gilt metal bracket clock, 12.5cm circular silvered dial inscribed London, twinfusée movement striking on a bell, the case cast throughout with tracery and scrolling acanthus, 40.5cm high, c.1840 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 2027 An early Victorian mahogany dressing mirror, rounded rectangular tilting plate, S-scroll supports, carved with lotus, bowed rectangular base, scroll feet, 81cm high, 63cm wide, c.1840 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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2031 An early Victorian silver and porcelain-mounted devotional, presented to Mary Fellows, the binding enclosing The Book of Common Prayer [...], Printed at the University Press, Oxford 1844, chromolithographic full-page title and sub-title pieces, cream silk endpapers and all edges gilt, the upper ivory cover centred by a Continental porcelain oval plaque painted with the Holy Family within a chased and cut silver scrolling framework, the outer border chased with reserves of diaper trellis and foliate scrolls, the silver spine chased in the Rococo Revival taste and inscribed with the owner’s name, shaped bipartite clasps chased conforming, 14.5cm x 9cm, 18mo £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2028 An early Victorian oak settle, four panel back, downswept arms, turned legs, 90cm high, 178cm wide, c.1840 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 2029 An early Victorian rosewood and mother of pearl marquetry rectangular scribe’s writing box, turned carrying handle, hinged twin-covers enclosing well apertures and an arrangement of compartments, drawer to side, 23cm wide, c.1840 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2032 An early Victorian square needlework sampler, by Hannah Read Her Work Aged 13 1840, embroidered in colourful threads with two swans above a deer in a landscape and flanked by two griffins, the upper portions with Biblical verse, birds on trees and roses throughout, meandering foliate border, 65cm x 65cm, rosewood frame, dated 1840 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 2033 An ebonised and lacquered brass terrestrial armillary sphere, turned and reeded legs, 90cm high, 60cm diam, the stand c. 1870 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 2034 An Edwardian 18ct gold plated handled walking stick, tapering shaft, ornate intricate scrolled knop handle, initialled L A L, 30th April 1900, stamped 18ct Gp, 81cm long £400 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 2030

2035 An Edwardian gentleman’s mahogany smoking compendium, the pedestal with a moulded oversailing top above a slightly projecting frieze, the whole centred by a fielded and panelled door outlined in alternating boxwood and ebony, enclosing two shelves and a long drawer, plinth base, 51cm high, 32cm wide, c. 1905 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2030 An early Victorian rosewood three section canterbury, shaped and pierced divisions carved with leafy scrolls, turned handles, drawer to base, turned legs, brass castors, 53cm high, 53cm wide, c.1850 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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2036 An Edwardian mahogany oval tray, inlaid in coloured woods with batwing paterea, ribbon tied husk swags and drapes, brass handles, 66cm wide, c.1910 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2040 2040 An Elizabeth II silver five-glass carriage clock, made for the Mappin & Webb Bi-Centenary 1775 - 1975, 6.5cm rectangular dial with Roman numerals, double-fusée movement, the case bright-cut engraved with flowers and stiff leaves, bevelled panes, swing carrying handle, bun feet, 16cm high, limited edition no. 138/200, London 1975, cased, certificate £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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2041 An Elkington and Co ‘type’ beer jug, in heavy relief with figures in revelry and scrolling vine, the divided handle with two entwined figures drinking, he spout with child climbing, hinged cover, 25cm high, marked R. 62, c.1880 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2037 An Edwardian mahogany splay fronted floor standing corner display cabinet, outswept cornice above an astragal glazed door, the projecting base conforming, bracket feet, outlined throughout with satinwood banding and boxwood and ebony stringing, 182cm high, 60cm wide, c.1905 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2043 An Irish Killarney marquetry book stand, hinged end supports, typically inlaid with castle ruin, harp and shamrocks, outlined throughout with chequered stringing, 39cm wide, c.1850 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2038 An Edwardian mahogany Sutherland type occasional table, shaped oval top outlined with satinwood banding and boxwood and ebony stringing, shaped undertier, outswept legs, 70cm high, 61cm wide, c.1905 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2044 An unusual 19th century Anglo-Indian gentleman’s copper walking stick, the crook handle boldly cast with a ram’s head terminal and a ground of flowers, globular ferrule, the shaft with trailing leafy foliage terminating in a spiral, traces of silvering, 89.5cm long, c. 1890 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2039 An Edwardian mahogany two handled ray, inlaid with batwing paterea and ribbon tied husk swags, brass angular handles, 66cm wide, c.1910 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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2045 2045 An unusual 19th century French Louis XV revival gilt metal mounted kingwood and marquetry child’s bureau, fall front inlaid with leafy stems, enclosing an inset tooled and gilt leather writing surface, a well, pigeon holes and small drawers, cabriole legs, 80cm high, 56cm wide, c.1860 £1500 - £2000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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2048 2048 Anthony and Mary Swainson, medallions struck to commemorate their marriage 9th May 1811, 40mm, obv. conjoined portraits,signed by J. Moore on truncastion and by J,. Mayer below, Anthony and Mary Swainson; rev. legend within orle of stars,Anthony Swainson/born March XIX/MCDCCLXXXII/Mary Clay/born July XVII/MDCCLXXXVII/ Married/May IX/MDCCCXII: suite of three bronze, 29.1g silver, 32.5g and gold, 47.9g, all in trefoil velvet and Morocco leather case with folding strut, also another , copper GEF in case of issue (2)

2046 2046 An unusual Victorian rosewood S-scroll nursing chair, stuffed over upholstery, turned rear stretcher, ceramic castors, 91cm high, c.1850 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

Anthony Swainson (1782-1865) was a prominent Preston cotton manufacturer and industrialist; his wife Mary was born 1787 and died 1864. £500 - £700 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 2049 Antiquities - a Roman silver spoon, of typical swan neck form, 14cm long, c.3rd/4th century AD £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2050 2050 Arthur Waagen (French, 1833 - 1898), after), a dark patinated animalier bronze, of a whippet, standing on a grassy ground, oval plinth, signed in the maquette, rectangular marble base, 18.5cm high, 21.5cm wide, 19th century £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2047 2047 An unusual wrought iron garden chair, formed from an arrangement of horseshoes, 179cm high £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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2054 Auguste Louis Moreau (1855-1919), a brown patinated bronze, of a girl with a lute, 46cm high £600 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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2058 2058 César Constantin Raimond Ceribelli (1841 - 1918), after, a brown patinated bronze, of a fin de siècle beauty, slightly turned to dexter, her long hair crowned by a chaplet of flowers, her scantily dressed bust adorned with a floral bouquet, canted pedestal, signed in the maquette, foundry mark to verso, 41cm high £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2059 Clodion (19th century), a dark patinated bronze, of a scantily clad putto carrying a ewer, rouge marble base, 21cm high £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2061 Continental School (19th century) a Carrara marble, Mending The Nets, 78cm high £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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2062 Continental School (19th century), a brown patinated bronze, of a toad on a leaf, numbered 281, 14.5cm wide £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2066 Ecclesiastical Interest - a clergyman’s three-piece liturgical suite, by Vanpoulles Ltd, Vestment Makers, London S.W.1., comprising chasuble, burse and veil, embroidered with a red silk forked cross picked out with green and black silks and gold threads, on a textured gold ground, the fringe with reserves of C-scrolls, 20th century £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2063 Ecclesiastical Interest - a 19th century clergyman’s chasuble, centred by the wounded Christian pelican embroidered in high relief, cream silk Jacquard ground with blossoming flowers, outlined with pinstripe friezes of twotone gold threads; a Victorian Arts and Crafts clergyman’s chasuble, front embroidered in coloured silk threads with a cross, centred by an IHS christogram in a quatrefoil and picked out with anthemions and floral bosses throughout, the whole surmounted by a coronet, c. 1900; a 19th century stole, embroidered in gold threads with crosses, grapes, wheat and flowers; another stole; square burse, embroidered with a crucifix, linen wrap en suite, 20th century; a cotton rochet, geometric fringe, c. 1900; a later alb, embroidered with crucifixes in gold thread, [7] £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2067 Ecclesiastical Interest - a George III style silver-plated wine or water cruet, baluster reservoir, hinged domed cover with Bolsini cross finial, shell to sparrow beak, scroll-capped handle, circular plinth foot, 15.5cm high, 20th century; another similar, smaller, Pectoral cross finial, 15cm high, 20th century; a 19th century French gilt brass missal stand or lectern, the chased plateau adjustable on a ratchet, above a frieze above a Baroque Revival frieze of profuse foliage, outswept scrolling feet, 36.5cm wide, c. 1880; a 19th century French black leather rectangular ciborium box, for A Chertier, Orfèvrerie et Bronzes Religeux, Paris, labelled, the slightly domed hinged cover enclosing a fitted purple velvet interior, Gothic Revival brass clasped hinged and carrying handle, brass bun feet, 17.5cm high, 31cm wide, c. 1880, [4] £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2064 Ecclesiastical Interest - a bishop or abbot’s silk Jacquard and wool mitre, of typical form, woven with medallions of Bolsini crosses and diapers of wheatsheaves, 31cm wide; another, (2) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2068 Ecclesiastical Interest - a late 19th century NeoGothic gilt brass prelate’s crosier, cast in the Medieval taste, the crook set with a garnet-coloured paste cabachon and jewel amongst scrolling leafy tendrils, wrythen three-section staff terminating in a pointed ferrule, 174cm long, c. 1900 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2065 Ecclesiastical Interest - a clergyman’s chasuble and cope, embroidered in colourful silk threads with bands of foliage on a dark purple satin ground, the cope with embroidered IHS christogram to verso, the front fastened by a Gothic Revival brass quatrefoil, c. 1910, (2); a Victorian Arts and Crafts green velvet cope hood, embroidered in gold threads with central IHS christogram, within a Celtic knot, Celtic crosses within roundels to upper-angles, gold tassels, c. 1900; an early 20th century chasuble, quarter-panelled in two-tone red silk Jacquard, embroidered friezes of fleur-delis and foliage, c. 1920; a similar cope, boldly embroidered in gold-coloured threads with IHS christogram, on a shaped claret velvet reserve, two-tone gold ground, two-tone silk tassels, c. 1920; another, similar, the ground embroidered with a field of Medieval quatrefoils in gold threads, c. 1900, [6] £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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2069 Ecclesiastical Interest - a late 19th/early 20th century clergyman’s five-piece liturgical suite, comprising chasuble, stole, maniple, burse and veil, the chasuble with a Chi Ro to centre and Angus Dei to verso each within an overall crucifix of purple satin and picked out in gold threads, on a pink silk ground, each fringe tasseled in further gold thread, the other pieces conforming with Lazarus-type crosses, c. 1900 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 2070 Eutrope Bouret, French (1833-1906), a brown patinated bronze, Crossing in Stream, 41cm high £600 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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2071 Fraikin (19th century), a brown patinated bronze, Aphrodite and Eros, signed in the maquette, waisted base, 56.5cm high £700 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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2072 French School (19th century), a brown patinated bronze bust, Exotic Beauty, waisted socle, square base, 46cm high £700 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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2073 French School (19th century), a pair of dark patinated bronzes, of comical infants, Non and Oui, 20cm high £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2075 French School (late 19th century), a brown patinated bronze, of a juvenile fisherman, the boy stands sure in his hat, overalls and boots with his hands in his pockets, pink marble base, 20cm high £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2074 French School (early 20th century), a verdigris patinated Art Deco bronze, of a scantily clad man pushing a beam, marble base, 44cm wide £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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2076 French School (late 19th/early 20th century), an alabaster sculpture, of an Art Nouveau ideal, the sinuous nude stands lightly draped on a grassy embankment with flowers, an emblematic putto at her feet, oval plinth base, 69cm high, marble statuary columnar pedestal, circular base, together 172cm high overall £500 - £700 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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2077 Guegton (French School, 19th century), a brown patinated bronze, of a Breton Sailor, standing on a rocky outcrop, 68cm high £600 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2081 Modernist School (20th century), a fabricated steel sculpture, Running Man, 160cm high £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 2082 Natural History - a woolly mammoth tusk, Mammuthus Primigenius, 20cm long £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2078 Italian School (19th century), a brown patinated bronze, of a Neapolitan fisherman, announcing his catch while holding it in a basket, he stands above his net, oval plinth base, 41cm high £500 - £700 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2084 Taxidermy - a Guillemot, under glass dome £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2079 James Osborne (1940 - 1992), a dark patinated bronze, Bucephalus, study of a racehorse, signed in the maquette and numbered 127/2000, green marble base, 20.5cm wide overall £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2085 The Graphophone, oak case, stamped The Graphophone and Columbia Records were awarded he Grand Prize at the Paris Exposition 1900 and St Louis Exposition 1904 £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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2086 Treen - an 18th century fruitwood, brass and marquetry coffee grinder or mill, turned handle, S-shaped iron crank, cylindrical hopper, the base with drawer, inlaid with brass scrolls within banded borders, 25cm to top of handle £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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2090 A large 19th century riveted copper water holder, 74cm diameter £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 2091 A late Victorian rosewood and marquetry centre table, inlaid with a border of urns, griffins and flowering scrolling stems, shaped X-stretcher, tapered square legs, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, ceramic castors, 75cm high, 91cm wide, c.1890 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 2092 A pair of Knoll type sofas, spiral knop finials, stuffed-over striped pale gold upholstery, 255cm wide £1500 - £2000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 2093 A Victorian Sheraton Revival rosewood lady's bonheur de jour, shaped apron with batwing paterea, above stationery box, tooled leather writing surface, drawer to frieze tapered legs, 62cm high, 76cm wide, c.1890 £60 - 100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 2094 A kingwood marquetry bonheur du jour, arched pediment, turned columns, mirror and two drawers to superstructure, long drawer to frieze, turned and tapering supports. £200 - 300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2087 2087 William Pit club medal silver gilt member’s medal, 53.5mm by Thomas Wyon Junior, obv,. bust of William Pitt the younger,signed on truncation: Rt. Honble. William Pitt/Liverpool Pitt Club 1814; obv. Britannia crowned by Peace and Victory, Britain Victorious/Tyranny overthrown/Europe protected/Peace Restored, signed in exergue with rose thistle and shamrock below. in yellow metal bezel with convex glass front and back with hinged bow suspense. matt field, EF, Eimer 1039 n. £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2095 A late 19th century Japanesque shaped rectangular writing desk, with gilt metal mounts, tooled leather writing surface, drawer to frieze, cabriloe legs, 76cm high, 93cm wide, 46cm deep, c.1870 £100 - 150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 2096 A George III mahogany serpentine chest, with four long graduated drawers, brass swing handles, 96cm high, 114cm wide, c.1810 £100 - 150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2088 A Colonial hardwood oval extending dining table, by Mohammed Amir & Bros, moulded top with additional leaf, cabriole legs, carved with leafy stems, ball and claw feet, 81cm high, extending to 179cm long, early 20th century £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2097 A matched set of twelve Sheraton design mahogany dining chairs, comprising an armchair and eleven side chairs, serpentine cresting rails, lotus carved splats, stuffed-over seats, tapered square legs, H-stretchers; another (13) £600 - 800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

2089 A Victorian oak wind out dining table, the oval top with three additional leaves, turned and fluted legs, ceramic castors, 76cm high, 137cm wide, extending to 300cm long, c.1880 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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Valuation and Discovery Days This is a ‘no obligation’ service but if required, goods can be left with Bamfords to be included in the next appropriate sale. Bamfords, Chequers Road, Derby, DE21 6EN Every Thursday 10am – 4pm Bamfords, Peak Village Shopping Centre, Rowsley, DE4 2JE Every Thursday 2pm – 4pm Ashbourne - Ashbourne Town Hall Third Tuesday of each month 2pm – 4pm Chesterfield Market Place First Friday of each month 10am – 12noon Cromford - Cromford Mills Second Tuesday of each month 2pm – 5pm Denby Pottery Visitor Centre, Denby, DE5 8NX First Saturday of each month 10am – 12noon Mansfield Museum First Monday each Month 11am – 1pm Melbourne Assembly Rooms, High Street, Melbourne, DE73 8GF First Monday of each month 2pm – 4pm Royal Crown Derby Visitor Centre, 94 Osmaston Rd, Derby, DE23 8JZ First Wednesday of each month 10am – 12noon Sharpes Pottery, Swadlincote, Derbyshire, DE119DG First Wednesday of each month 2pm – 4pm Sheffield - KelhamIsland Museums First Tuesday of each month 2pm – 4pm Please call to confirm in case of any changes to venues or start times on 01332 210000 All our valuations are free of charge, however we welcome a £1.00 donation to raise funds for the Derby Hospital Premature Baby Unit. Bamfords Auctioneers are proud to have helped raise over a million pounds for local and international charities since 2002.

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The Derby Auction House • Chequers Road • Off Pentagon Island • Derby • DE21 6EN Tel: 01332 210000 • E-mail: fineart@bamfords-auctions.co.uk Please note all successful bids are subject to a Buyers Premium of 21% plus VAT. There is a minimum Buyers Premium of £10 per lot

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SALE DATE: Bid on my behalf for the following Lots up to the price specified, these to be executed as cheaply as allowed by such other commissions or reserves as there maybe. You may instruct a ‘Plus One Bid’ which might save you from losing the lot by one bid. In which case please write ‘+1’ Please note all successful bids are subject to a Buyer’s Premium of 21% plus VAT I have read and agree to comply with the Notices and Conditions of Sale. Lot No.

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SPECIALIST DEPARTMENTS FURNITURE AND WORKS OF ART PICTURES AND PRINTS EUROPEAN AND ORIENTAL CERAMICS SILVER AND PLATED WARE CAMERAS AND SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS FINE WINE AND SPIRITS CLOCKS, BAROMETERS AND HERALDRY BOOKS AND MANUSCRIPTS WEAPONS AND MILITARIA JEWELLERY AND WATCHES MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS COINS, MEDALS, POSTCARDS AND COLLECTORS ITEMS COLLECTABLE TOYS AND CARS 20TH CENTURY DECORATIVE ARTS AND GLASS 20TH CENTURY JEWELLERY AND FASHION 20TH CENTURY AND MODERN ART TOOLS DERBY SALEROOM MANAGER DERBY SPECIALIST SALEROOM MANAGER BAKEWELL SALEROOM MANAGER SALEROOM 3 ASSESSOR BAKEWELL SALEROOM ASSESSOR

ACCOUNTS AND ENQUIRIES DERBY SALEROOM ADMINISTRATOR BAKEWELL SALEROOM ADMINISTRATOR RECEPTION AND ENQUIRIES PROMOTIONS AND PA REMOVALS AND DELIVERIES

James Lewis, M.R.I.C .S. and Steven Iredale James Lewis, M.R.I.C .S. Annabel Brammer, M.R.I.C .S. Steven Iredale Chris Goldsmith Daniel Smith Maxwell Craven Daniel Smith James Lewis, M.R.I.C .S. Ian Crawford and Simon Billing Chris Goldsmith Alan Judd Ian Crawford / Simon Billing Annabel Brammer, M.R.I.C .S. and Colette Coleman Julie Hill Peter Samson Nick Hall James Burdett Peter Samson Nick Hall Mark Howell Max Bettney Karen Walsh Jenni Towler Tracey Morris Samantha Fetherston Michelle Gardiner Tim Rushton

IMPORTANT NOTICE Some of the following catalogue descriptions indicate, damage, repair or restoration. This is only a guide and does not constitute a guarantee of good condition for other lots where no reference is made. Purchasers are advised to examine every lot in which they are interested. Detailed condition reports can be obtained free of charge on request.

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Conditions of Sale burden of proof to be upon the buyer, satisfies Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited that considered in the light of the entry in the catalogue the lot is a deliberate forgery then the sale of the lot will be rescinded and the purchase price of the same refunded.The seller and the buyer agree to be bound by Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited’s decision.

Definitions In these Conditions Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited act only as auctioneers and agents for the seller and the representative of Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited conducting the auction is called the 'Auctioneer'. General Whilst Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited make every effort to ensure the accuracy of their catalogue and the description of any lot:(a) Each lot as set out in the catalogue or as divided or combined with any other lot or lots sold by the seller with all faults, imperfections and errors of description. (b) Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited do not accept responsibility for the authenticity, attribution, genuineness, origin, authorship, date, age, period, condition or quality of any lot unless they have been instructed in writing by the seller to so certify, and in such case the auctioneers do so as agents of the seller and are not themselves responsible for such claims. (c) All statements whether printed in the catalogue or made orally as to any of the matters set out above are statements of opinion only and are not to be taken as being or implying any warranties or representations of fact by Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited unless they have been instructed in writing by the seller to so certify. (d) The Auctioneers must receive any claim under any Statute in writing within ten days of the day of the sale.

Default Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited disclaim responsibility for default by either the buyer or the seller as they act, as agents for the seller only and therefore do not pay out to the seller until payment is received from the buyer. Instructions given by telephone are accepted at the sender’s risk and must be confirmed in writing forthwith. In the event of a sale by private treaty both the seller and the buyer agree to be bound by the General and any Special Conditions of Sale. In the event of a sale by private treaty both the seller and the buyer agree to be bound by the General and Special Conditions of Sale. Third Party Liability Every person on Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited’s premises at any time shall be deemed to be there at their own risk. They shall have no claim against Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited in respect of any accident which may occur or injury, damage or loss howsoever caused, save in so far as the injury, damage or loss shall be caused by the direct negligence of Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited’s employees.

The Auction (a) The Auctioneer has absolute discretion to divide any lot, to combine any two or more lots or withdraw any lot or lots from the sale, to refuse bids, regulate bidding or cancel the sale without in any case giving any reason or without previous notice. They may bid on behalf of the seller for all goods which are being offered subject to reserve or at the Auctioneer’s discretion. (b) The highest bidder shall be the buyer except in the case of dispute. The Auctioneer may at their sole discretion determine the advance of bidding or refuse a bid. If during the auction the Auctioneer considers that a dispute has arisen, they have absolute discretion to settle it or to re-offer the lot. (c) Each lot is put up for sale subject to any reserve price placed by the seller. Where no reserves have been placed the seller has the right to bid either personally or by any one person on his behalf, which may be the Auctioneer. (d) All conditions, notices, descriptions, statements and other matters in the catalogue and elsewhere concerning any lots are subject to any statements modifying or affecting the same made by the Auctioneer from the rostrum prior to any bid being accepted for the lot.

Conditions of Sale Applicable to Buyers Inspection Opportunity is given for inspection and each buyer by making a bid for a lot acknowledges that he has satisfied himself fully before bidding by inspection or otherwise to all the Sale Conditions, the physical condition of and description of the lot including but not restricted to whether the lot is damaged or has been repaired or restored. Property and Risk The legal title in a lot shall not pass to the buyer until the lot(s) has been paid for in full and the Auctioneers shall be entitled to a lien on any lot sold until the purchase price is paid in full but each lot is at the sole risk of the buyer from the fall of the hammer. Each buyer shall forthwith give his full names and permanent address and if called upon to do so by the Auctioneer shall pay Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited such proportion of the purchase price as the Auctioneer may require. If the buyer fails to do so, the lot may at the Auctioneer’s sole discretion be put up again and re-sold.

Rescission Notwithstanding any other terms of these Conditions, if within fourteen days after the sale Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited have received from the buyer of any lot notice in writing that in his view the lot is a deliberate forgery and within twenty-one days after such notification the buyer returns the same to Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited in the same condition as at the time of sale and by producing evidence, the

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Removal of Goods (a) No purchase shall be claimed or removed until the sale has been concluded. All lots shall be paid for and removed at the buyer’s risk and expense by the end of the tenth working day after the Fine Art and Antiques sale and two working days for all other sales, failing which the Auctioneer shall not be responsible if the same are lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed, and all lots not so removed shall remain at the risk of the buyer and subject to a storage charge. If they are not paid for and removed within the above mentioned terms of the sale, the Auctioneer may re-sell them by auction or privately without notice to the buyer. Any liability, which there may be on the part of the Auctioneer in respect of any loss, shall be restricted to a maximum of the price paid by the buyer of the lot. (b) In the event of any failure of the buyer to comply with any of the above conditions the damages recoverable by the seller or the Auctioneers from the defaulter shall include any loss arising on any re-sale of the lots, together with the charges and expenses in respect of both sales, together with interest at 2% above HSBC plc base rate upon the price of any lot which has not been paid for within forty-eight hours of the sale, and any money deposited in part payment shall be held by the Auctioneers on account of any liability of the defaulter to them or to the seller. The Auctioneers are unable to accept payment from successful bidders other than in cash or by the bidders own cheque. Cheques drawn by third par ties, whether in the Auctioneer’s favour or requiring endorsement cannot be accepted.

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 ar tists. 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 ar tist’s works for a period of 70 years after his death. Royalties will be calculated using a sliding scale of percentages of the sale price, net of tax, For auction companies, the sale price is the hammer price (i.e., the price without the premium). However, the total amount of royalty on any one sale or lot shall not exceed €12,500. Resale royalties are not subject to VAT. Resale royalty does not apply when the hammer price is less than €1,000. Each time you bid on a lot covered by ARRR, you agree to pay an amount equal to the resale royalty, if you are the successful bidder. This amount will be added to your invoice. Online Bidding Bamfods Auctioneers and Valuers offer an online bidding service via the-saleroom.com and ukauctioneers for bidders who cannot attend the sale. In completing the bidder registration on www.the-saleroom.com and providing your credit card details and unless alternative arrangements are agreed with Bamfords you: 1. Authorise Bamfords, if they so wish, to charge the debit/credit card given in part or full payment, including all fees, for items successfully purchased in the auction via thesaleroom.com 2. Confirm that you are authorised to provide these credit card details to Bamfords through www.the-saleroom.com. Please note that any lots purchased via the-saleroom.com live auction service will be subject to an additional 3% commission charge + VAT at the rate imposed on the hammer price

Purchase Price The buyer shall pay the hammer price together with a premium at the stated rates on the hammer price together with a premium at the stated rates on the hammer price (adjusted for VAT as necessary). The premium at the appropriate rate is payable by all purchasers. The amount invoiced in respect of the premium will be inclusive of VAT but this VAT will not normally be recoverable by the buyer. The vendor authorises the Auctioneer’s to deduct commission and expenses at the stated rates from the hammer price and acknowledges the Auctioneer’s right to retain the premium payable by the purchaser.

Conditions of Sale Applicable to Sellers

Commission to Bid Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited will execute bids on behalf of intending buyers unable to attend the sale at no charge. Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited undertake to purchase lots as cheaply as allowed by other bids and reserves. Bids must be submitted in writing and whilst every care is taken in carrying out instructions Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited cannot be held responsible for errors or omissions made in carrying out such bids.

Terms Standard selling commission is 12.5% (14.37% inc.VAT) of the hammer price of each lot. The minimum charge whether sold or unsold is £3 per lot (non catalogued sales) and £10 per lot (catalogue sales).The withdrawal fee for a lot which has been catalogued is 20% of the reserve price or the auctioneer’s lower estimate of the auction value, subject to the minimum charge of £25 per lot on catalogued sales. Insurance is charged at 2.5% of the hammer price of each lot sold (subject to a minimum charge of £1). VAT is payable on minimum charges, withdrawal fee and insurance. Buyers pay a premium of 21% + VAT on the hammer price of each lot.

Lots on which Value Added Tax is payable on or included in the hammer price are indicated in the catalogue or description sheet with a sign. VAT is payable on or included in the hammer price of such lots at the rates prevailing on the day of the auction.

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The Seller authorises Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited to deduct commission at the published rate and to retain the buyer’s premium of 21% plus VAT. The seller agrees to pay all special advertising charges and illustration charges insomuch that they are reasonable.

Warranty of Title The seller warrants to Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited and to the buyer that he is the true owner of the property or is properly authorised to sell the property by the true owner and is able to transfer good and marketable title to the property free from any third party claims.

Value Added Tax A seller who sends for sale by auction any chattels which is an asset of his business must disclose to the Auctioneer whether or not he is a registered person for Value Added Tax purposes and, if so, his registered number and whether or not he intends to operate the Dealers Margin Scheme covering works of art, etc. This information must be supplied to the Auctioneer on or prior to delivery of goods.

Rights to Photographs and Illustrations The vendor gives Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers Limited full and absolute right to photograph and illustrate any lots placed in its hands for sale and to use such photographs and illustrations and any photographs provided by the vendor at any time at its absolute discretion, whether or not in the connection with the auction. Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers Limited will reserve the right to make a discretionary charge for any photographs used in the catalogue which will promote the items sale.

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.

Electrical and Mechanical Goods The seller or consignor of electrical or mechanical goods warrants and undertakes to Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers Limited that at the date on which the same are consigned to Bamfords or put under Bamfords' control and excepted as previously disclosed to Bamfords the same are safe if reasonably used for the purpose for which they were designed and free from any defect not obviously on external inspection which could prove dangerous to human life or health and will indemnify Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers Limited, its servants and agents against loss or damage suffered by any of them in consequence of any breach of the above warranty and undertaking. Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers Limited reserve the right to make a minimum charge of £2.50 per item to have the goods checked by an electrician for the safety of the item.

Reserves Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited will be pleased to advise on suitable protective reserves but if no reserve have been received prior to the day of sale, the lot will be sold without reserve or at the discretion of the Auctioneer. Reserves must be confirmed in writing or notified on the receipt at the time of delivery. Indemnity Vendors shall indemnify Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited against any claims in connection with goods sold by Bamfords on the vendors behalf. Collections The Auctioneer’s do not themselves undertake the collection of goods but acting expressly as Agents, they will if required, instruct or recommend a carrier on the vendor’s behalf.

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.

Withdrawals Where a seller cancels instructions for sale, or where a lot is withdrawn for any reason other than misattribution or authenticity, Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited reserve the right to charge a fee equal to 10% plus VAT of the reserve price of the lot, or where no reserve has been fixed, Bamford’s lower estimate of the item(s) withdrawn, together with any expenses incurred in relation with the item(s) withdrawn.

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. Payment Payment is due immediately after the sale in pounds sterling and may be made by the following methods: cash, bankers draft and debit card. We do not accept credit card payments.

Insurance Unless instructed otherwise (in which case the proper ty remains at the Owners risk) goods will be insured against all risks whilst on the premises pending sale. The premium cost will be 3% of the hammer price. The Auctioneer shall not be responsible for damage to, or the loss, theft or destruction of any goods not so insured. If the vendor has in force policy or policies of Insurance in which the article is specifically mentioned as being insured (whetheror not for an agreed sum of value) the vendor shall notify his Insurers of, and shall himself note the Auctioneers’ Interest as Bailees in such policy or policies.

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Bamfords Auctioneers  

23rd -26th October 2018

Bamfords Auctioneers  

23rd -26th October 2018