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Wednesday 23rd, Thursday 24th & Friday 25th January 2019 at 10.30am The Derby Auction House, Chequers Road, Derby


The Derby Auction House

From the East/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


THREE-DAY FINE ART AND ANTIQUE SALE at The Derby Saleroom, Chequers Road, Derby DE21 6EN

Wednesday 23rd, Thursday 24th & Friday 25th January 2019 Commencing at 10.30am prompt each day 1,400 lots including The Greenaway Teapot Collection; Oriental and Asian Art from a Deceased Estate in Rotherham; Silver and Jewellery from a Nottingham Collector; Canadian Art from a North Derbyshire Collector; Furniture and Works of Art from a South Derbyshire Estate; and Various Deceased Estates around The Midlands English Pottery, English Porcelain, Worcester, Derby and Associated Factories, Continental Ceramics, Glass, Oriental Asian Art, Silver, Jewellery, Paintings, Boxes and Objects, Country House Interiors and Decorations

On view Sunday 20th January Monday 21st January Tuesday 22nd January Morning of sales

2.00pm – 5.00pm 2.00pm – 5.00pm 10.00am – 6.00pm from 9.00am

View our sale www.bamfords-auctions.co.uk (all images on our site) www.the-saleroom.com/bamfords Electronic Page Turn Catalogue http://bit.ly/BA_Jan_2019 Catalogues £10 (£13 by post) Front cover illustration: 1397 (detail)

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


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 5.5% of the hammer price (plus VAT where chargeable) 3. Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers accept Cash, Bank Transfers, Bankers Drafts and Debit Cards - 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

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.

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

Order of Sale

Paintings & Drawings

Day One – Wednesday 23rd January 2019 at 10.30am

Pottery

1 – 24

Porcelain

25 – 59

Worcester

60 – 129

Derby

130 – 149

Royal Crown Derby

150 – 199

Greenaway Teapot Collection

200 – 239

Continental Ceramics

240 – 279

Glass

280 – 289

Day One – Wednesday 23rd January 2019 at 1.30pm

Oriental Ceramics

290 – 399

Asian Art

400 – 439

Day Two – Thursday 24th January 2019 at 10.30am

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. Forename and surname of the artist:

In our opinion a work by the artist 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

Plated Ware

440 – 449

Flatware and Silver

450 – 699

Signed: In our opinion the signature is that of the artist

Watches

700 – 781

Bears signature:

Jewellery and Gems

785 – 930

In our opinion the signature is not that of the artist

Day Two – Thursday 24th January 2019 at 3.00pm

Paintings

935 – 1139

Day Three – Friday 25th January 2019 at 10.30am

Country Home Interiors and Works of Art 1140 – end of sale

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Colin Lewis: By artist C. Lewis: Not by artist C** Lewis: Full artist’s name unknown


Day One Wednesday 23rd January at 10.30am

Ceramics & Glass


Pottery

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1 An English creamware teapot and cover, painted with stylised roses and foliage, entwined loop handle, slightly domed cover, flower finial, 15cm high, c.1790 £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

6 A Staffordshire Pearlware figure, Cleopatra/ Ariadne, reclining wearing a flowing chiton painted with flowers, an asp coiled around her left arm, 20cm high, c.1820

2 An early 19th century Spode breakfast set, comprising central two handled tureen and cover and four crescent shaped dishes and covers, each printed with stylised flowers and foliage, in polychrome, 45cm diam overall, painted mark, pattern no. 3182 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

This model is taken from a statue in Courtyard of Statues (Cortile delle Statue), Vatican and is of Ariadne sleeping, because the statue has a bracelet in the form of a serpent, it was believed to be of Cleopatra, who killed herself with the bite of an asp. In 1700’s Ennio Quirino Visconti recognised the original statue as being of Ariadne £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

3 An 18th century Dutch Delft circular plate, the centre painted in typical cobalt blue with a flowering urn, within a peacock feather border, 23.5cm diam, c. 1750, 19th century draught-turned mahogany connoisseur’s convex frame; another, similar, (2) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 4 An 18th century Delft charger, painted in tones of blue in the Chinese taste with a prunus tree and rock work, within a border of ogee panels, 35.5cm diam, marked, c.1760 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 5 A substantial 19th century salt-glazed stoneware door porter, as a recumbent lion, naturalistically modelled, shaped plinth base, 32cm high, 57cm wide £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

7 A Staffordshire model of a church, with central spire, in buff, picked out in brown and puce, 24cm high, c.1870; a Staffordshire flatback thatched cottage, applied with shredded clay, gilt lined oval base, 16.5cm high, c.1880 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 8 A pair of mid 19th century Staffordshire Pearlware models, of spotted stag and deer, standing to the left and right, before bocage, rocky oval bases, applied with shredded clay, 14.5cm high, c.1840; a Staffordshire Stag and Deer group, reclining and standing, before a tree bough, rocky oval gilt lined base, 22cm high, c.1860 (3) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 9 A pair of 19th century circular plates, painted with stylised birds, purple sponged border, 32cm diam £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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10 A late 18th century cream ware Frog mug, printed in black with West View of the Iron Bridge, the interior with mottled brown frog, 13.75cm high, 1796; another, Sunderland lustre, in polychrome, 12.5cm high; etc (4) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 11 A large Wedgwood Jasperware jardinière, typically sprigged with classical figures and garlands of fruiting vine, blue ground, 23cm high, 25.5cm diam, impressed mark, c.1890 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

12 12 A George Jones Crescent China fish service, painted by W. Birbeck, signed, with salmon amidst weeds and grasses, comprising oval serving plates and five shaped circular plates, printed and impressed factory marks £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 13 A Dutch Delft lobed ovoid vase and cover, decorated in underglaze blue with stylised flowers, vases and scrolls, domed cover, knop finial, 32cm high, 18th century £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 14 A Delft lobed circular dish, decorated in underglaze blue with stylised figure and foliage, 31cm diam, c.1760 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 15 A 19th century terracotta model, of Jesus Christ, 33.5cm high £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

16 A 19th century Wedgwood pale blue jasperware tapered cylindrical potpourri vase, sprigged in the Neoclassical taste with mythical figures of Classical Antiquity and emblematic putti, girdle to shoulder above a band of summer flowers and ripe fruit, the spreading base with fruiting fine, reticulated cover to interior, 20.5cm high, impressed marks, early 20th century £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

17 17 A 19th century Wedgwood breakfast set, comprising muffin dish and cover, four crescent shaped dishes and covers, each decorated with orange, cobalt blue and gilt scrolling foliage, impressed marks, c.1870; a 19th century mahogany two handled circular tray ensuite, 58cm diam £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 18 A Wedgwood black basalt Bacchus cup, with vine chaplet, 10cm high, a similar black basalt jug, moulded with the emblems of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland within stiff leaves, angular handle, 15cm high, impressed mark (2) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 19 A Wedgwood black basalt rectangular plaque, by Rosemary Barnett, moulded with seven horse, 37.5cm wide, impressed mark; a black basalt model of a seated lion, 14cm high, impressed mark; a black basalt model of a black panther, resting on a stylised tree stump, 16.5cm (3) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 20 A pair of Wedgwood black basalt flared basket work cylindrical vases, applied with goat mask handles, 14.5cm high, impressed mark; others, similar (8) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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21 A 19th century S & H. Briddon brown salt glazed stoneware basket, in relief, loop handle, 13cm wide, impressed mark, c.1860 £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 22 A Victorian Staffordshire lion, standing to the right, glass eyes, coloured in brown, 27cm high, c.1890; a Victorian polychrome jug, celebrating the Union of England and France, inscribed in gilt Tho Jackson 1858, 21.5cm high; a 19th century jug, printed with Sunderland Bridge within orange lustre, 18.5cm high, mid 19th century (3) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 23 A Staffordshire Cow and Calf group, gilt line oval base, c.1870; a Dalmation, standing, 15cm high, c.1860; another, seated to the right, 18cm high, c.1880; a pair of Porcelaneous Dalmatians, reclining to the left and right, gilt lined blue bases, c.1870; a similar greyhound pen holder, 12cm high, c.1870 (6) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 24 A Staffordshire 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 blue jacket and breeches holding a piglet, oval moulded base with piglet, basket of eggs and wheatsheaves, before bocage, 12.5cm high, c.1860; an early 19th century Staffordshire figure, The Welch Tailor’s Wife, 16.5cm high, c.1840; a Pearlware figure, Autumn, stepped square base, 12cm high, c.1790; etc (6) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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Porcelain 25 An English porcelain rococo Worcester Coral pattern teapot and cover, decorated in blue, 20cm high, c.1870; others, various (7) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 26 An English porcelain pedestal two handled vase, well painted with flowers in a gilt octagonal panel on an avocado green ground, elaborate scroll handles, 25cm high, c.1840 £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 27 An English porcelain figural inkstand, modelled with a biscuit cherub and a glazed wheel barrow with a wine barrel, picked out in guilt, oval cobalt blue base, paw feet, 16cm high, c.1850 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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28 An 18th century miniature toy teacup, decorated with overglaze enamels and underglaze blue, picked out in gilt, 5cm diam; a Barr, Flight & Barr Worcester Royal Lily pattern rounded rectangular dish, picked out in gilt, 24.5cm wide, impressed mark, c.1804-1813; a 19th century porcelain vase, painted with figures, 15.5cm high, c.1830 (3) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 29 A Worcester type basket, decorated with fanciful bird, on a blue scale ground, with alternating fans and vase shaped reserves, pierced sides, rope twist handles, flower terminals, 19th century £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 30 A Thomas Wolfe Factory Z helmet shaped cream jug, pedestal base, 12.5cm high, c.1790; another See Michael Berthoud - A Cabinet of British Creamers, plate 162 & 181 £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 31 A Spode trumpet shaped vase, decorated in the Imari palette, 16cm high, pattern 967 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 32 A Paragon porcelain oval plaque, painted after Robert Herdman R.S.A. signed F. Micklewright, Evening, 16cm high, printed mark £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 33 A Paragon porcelain oval plaque, painted after J. Hoppner R.A. signed F. Micklewright, with Charlotte Augusta Papendiek at the Age of Five, 16cm high, printed mark £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 34 A pair of Minton biscuit porcelain figures, Chelsea pensioners, seated by tables, 15cm high, incised No.23 and 20 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 35 A Mintons waisted cylindrical vase and cover, decorated with an jewelled oval cartouche with water nymph, turquoise ground, elaborate leafy scroll handles, domed cover, pineapple finial, 24.5cm high, printed mark in puce, c.1900 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

36 36 A Minton tea cup and saucer, painted with a design by Christopher dresser, with floral roundels and scrolls in colours on a polychrome ground, fret border, impressed mark £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 37 A Minton Newcastle shaped oval dish, attributed to John Beard, painted with a fisherman near a lake, the rim with four moulded cartouches each with flowers. gilt scroll border, 28.5cm diam, pattern 4688, c.1840; a Minton circular plate, decorated with a rose and forgetme-not spray, acid etched gilded border, 23.5cm diam; another; a Royal Crown Derby shaped circular plate, painted with roses and flowers, cobalt blue and lemon border, with gilt foliage, 22cm diam, printed mark, date code for 1901 (4) £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 38 A mid-19th century English porcelain rectangular plaque, painted with rustic children larking on the moors with a donkey and a barking dog, 9cm x 14cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 39 A Crown Devon circular plate, painted by R. Hinton, signed, with gun dogs in the open field and pheasants in flight, gilt rim, 25cm diam, printed marks, c. 1930 £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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Porcelain 41 A Copeland Spode pedestal ovoid vase and cover, painted with a landscape in an oval cartouche, on a rose pompadour ground, entwined serpent handles, 29.5cm high, mid 19th century £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 42 A Cauldron dinner service, comprising seventeen plates, eight bowls, six crescent plates, two serving plates, tureen, cover and stand, each with cobalt blue acanthus scroll borders, outlined in gilt, printed mark £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 43 A Caughley fluted sucrier and cover, decorated in gilt with a band of interlaced ovals, slightly domed cover, bud finial, 13.5cm high, c.1790; another, printed in underglaze blue with Willow pattern, gilt line borders, 13.5cm high, S mark (2) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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44 A pair of 19th century Coalport spill vases, painted with flowers, turquoise bases, gilt bird beak ring handles,8cm high, c.1850 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 45 A Coalport Named View shaped oval two handled dish, painted by A. Perry, signed, with San Remo, within a gilt cartouche on a cobalt blue ground, applied with gilt scrolling foliage, gadrooned rim, 31.5cm wide, printed mark £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 46 A Coalport Named View pot pourri vase, inner cover and domed cover, painted by E. O. Ball, signed, with a Loch Katrine, on a blue and light yellow ground, 18.5cm high, printed mark £180 - £220 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 47 A Coalport bottle vase, decorated with fanciful border within a gilt cartouche, on a blue and light yellow ground, 22cm high, printed mark £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 48 A Coalport two handled ovoid vase and cover, painted with a landscape on a crimson and light yellow ground, 23.5cm high, printed mark, c. 1900 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 52

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49 A fine early Coalport jug, painted with two rural landscapes within a gilt cartouche, the salmon ground with puce Regency scrolls and lion mask, 18cm high, c.1820 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 50 A Liverpool Herculaneum oval teapot stand, with a landscape within a gilt cartouche, on a gilt vermicular ground, 18.5cm wide, gilding pattern 821; a similar teacup and saucer; a pair of Thomas Wolf (Factory Z) tureen stands, painted with summer flowers, gilt line borders, 19.5cm wide, c.1800 (4) £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 51 A Liverpool bowl, decorated in underglaze blue with three stylised flower sprays, the interior with crowsfoot border, 16cm diam, c.1770; another, smaller, 12cm diam, c.1770 (2) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 52 A Bow figure, Allegorical of Autumn, of a girl seated holding a bowl of grapes, 13cm high, c.1760 £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

Worcester 60 A Worcester two handled shaped oval dish, painted with a view of The Wrekin, Shropshire, the Smiths blue rim with two cartouches of summer flowers and gilt flowers, 31cm wide, titled, mid 19th century £180 - £220 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 61 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% 62 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%

63 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 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 64 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% 65 A Worcester shaped circular dish, painted with flower sprays, 21cm diam, c.1770; another, similar with ozier border, 20.5cm diam, c.1770; a Worcester bowl in Sevres style, with puce swags below a rose pompadour partridge eye border, 16.5cm diam, collection label for Zorensky £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 66 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, 22.7cm diam, square mark, c.1768, Collection labels for Alixe. W. McCart and Mrs D. MacCallum £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 67 A Worcester ribbed tea bowl and saucer, the saucer painted with three panels of garlands of fruit and gilt scrolls, bordered with a garland of blue husks and scrolls, teabowl conforming, wet blue scalloped border, gilt line rim, crescent mark, c.1768 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 68 A Worcester reeded tea bowl and saucer, painted in blue with flower spray within a formal border, crescent marks, c.1760 £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 69 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%

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74, 85 & 83 70 A Worcester Precipice pattern bowl, painted in underglaze blue with huts, trees and foliage, the interior with pagoda in landscape to centre, banded trellis border, 21.5cm diam, workman’s mark, c.1765-70 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 71 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 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 72 A Worcester Pine Cone pattern shaped oval basket, printed in underglaze blue with peony between two pine cones and a pomegranate within scrollwork border, 23cm wide, crescent mark in underglaze blue, c.1775 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 73 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% 74 A Worcester Old Mosaic pattern teacup and saucer, richly painted and gilded with alternating flowering prunus panels, diapers and scattered mons, pseudo oriental character marks, c.1770 £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 75 A Worcester Natural Sprays pattern Cabbage Leaf Mask jug, moulded with overlapping leaves, bearded mask spout, printed in cobalt blue with sprays of flowers, 20cm high, crescent mark, c.1770 £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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76 76 A Worcester leaf moulded dish, branch handle, painted with flowers and foliage within alternating fan and vase shaped reserves, on a scale blue ground, 22cm wide, pseudo Chinese mark, c.1770 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 77 A Worcester leaf moulded dish, branch handle, painted with flowers and foliage within alternating fan and vase shaped reserves, on a scale blue ground, 20cm wide, pseudo Chinese mark, c.1770; a Worcester Fan pattern circular plate, brightly decorated in the Imari palette with gilt flower within a blue band with white scrolling foliage, the rim with alternating fan and mons, 19cm diam, Chinese character mark, c.1770 (2) £180 - £220 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 78 A Worcester leaf moulded dish, branch handle, painted in the manner of James Giles, with whole fruit, flowers and foliage, 22.5cm wide, c.1770 £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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79 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, 10cm diam, c.1758-65 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

82 A Worcester globular teapot and cover, decorated in the workshop of James Giles with scattered colourful flower bouquets, sprigs, tendrils and butterflies, pointed finial, red rococo scrolls to spout, handle and cover, 15cm high, c.1760-1765 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 83 A Worcester fluted coffee cup and saucer, decorated by Dr Davis with fabulous birds, blue and gilt banded border, crescent mark, c.1770 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 84 A Worcester cylindrical mug, decorated in underglaze blue with Natural Sprays, 9cm high, crescent mark, c.1770; a similar baluster jug, 17.5cm high, crescent mark, c.1770 (2) £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 85 A Worcester coffee cup and saucer, decorated with vase and fan shaped cartouches containing fanciful birds and insects, on a scale blue ground, 7.5cm high, pseudo Chinese seal mark to saucer, c.1770 £180 - £220 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 86 A Worcester Blown Peony pattern pressmoulded leaf dish, printed with flowers and foliage, 25cm wide, workman’s mark, c.1770 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

80 80 A Worcester Kempthorne pattern tea canister and cover, in the Imari palette with flowers and foliage, domed cover, flower finial, 15cm high, pseudo seal mark £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

87 A Worcester The Plantation slop bowl, well painted with fence, foliage, building and ducks, the interior with flower sprig, 12cm diam, c.1760 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 88 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%

81 81 A Worcester Hop Trellis pattern lobed oval plate, painted with pendant boughs of red-berried hops alternating with red and gilt trelliswork, the centre with a berried sprig within a wide turquoise cailloute band, blue border gilt with scrollwork, 28cm wide, crescent mark, c.1775 £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

89 A 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, workman’s mark, Sir Jeremy Lever Collection label, c.1756 £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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90 A Flight Barr and Barr Worcester part dessert and tea service, comprising five plates, six saucers, seven various cups, decorated with gilt fronds, two cups with fanciful birds, impressed mark, 1813 - 1840 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 91 A Graingers Worcester reticulated vase and cover, supported on the wings of an eagle, in blush ivory and burnished gilt, 23cm high, printed mark in brown, G11 £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 92 A Graingers Worcester globular pot pourri vase, inner cover and cover, decorated in gilt with flowers and foliage on a blush ivory ground, pierced rim, on three feet, green printed marks, shape no. G292 £150 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 93 A Royal Worcester shaped circular plate, painted by P English, signed with ripe apples and gooseberries, gilt border, 14.5cm diam, printed mark in black £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 94 A Royal Worcester shaped circular plate, painted by P English, signed with ripe peaches and cherries on a mossy bank, gilt border, 19.5cm diam, printed mark in black £180 - £220 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 95 A Royal Worcester pedestal ovoid vase, made for Clarke’s Cricklite Lamps, printed and painted with stylised flowers and foliage, on a blush ivory ground, with masks to shoulders, pierced neck, fluted base, canted square base, 59.5cm high, printed marked, date code for 1898, shape no.1410 Provenance: By direct descent from Samuel Clarke inventor of Cricklite £600 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 96 A Royal Worcester pedestal ewer, printed and painted with blue flowers on an ivory ground, satyr mask handle, 27.5cm high, 27.5cm high, printed mark in puce, date code for 1892, shape no.1144; a similar shell shaped bowl, 23cm wide, date code for 1900, shape no,1274 (2) £180 - £220 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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97 A Royal Worcester oval dish, painted by George Cole, signed, with ripe peaches and blackberries, green border, 23cm wide, printed mark in puce, date code for 1910 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 98 A Royal Worcester lobed ovoid pot pourri vase and cover, painted by D Buckle, signed, with ripe peaches and blackberries on a mossy ground, pierced domed cover, 12cm high, printed crown and circle mark in black £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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99 A Royal Worcester jardinière, as a swan, in blush ivory, picked out in gilt, 18.5cm high, printed mark in puce, date code for 1899, shape no. 532 £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 100 A Royal Worcester Japanesque moon flask, painted with storks and bamboo in relief, 22cm high, crown and circle mark in puce, 1874 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 101 A Royal Worcester globular vase, with flared neck, painted by Moseley, signed, with apples and grapes on a mossy ground, the flared neck with stiff leaves, 15cm high, printed crown and circle mark, shape no.F110 £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 102 A Royal Worcester flared trumpet shaped vase, painted by Ricketts, signed with ripe apples on a mossy bank, gilt border, 19cm high, printed mark in puce, date codes for 1916, shape no.G923 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 103 A Royal Worcester flared cylindrical vase, pained by E**Spilsbury, signed, with pink and red cabbage roses, burnished gilt borders, 18.5cm high, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1926 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

105 A Royal Worcester figural candlestick, of a girl wearing a broad brimmed hat, in blush and green, 27cm high, impressed mark; another, of a boy, in white and gilt, 20cm high, printed mark in puce, 1892 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 106 A Royal Worcester desert service, comprising comport and six circular plates, decorated with yellow and pink roses, gilt line borders, the comport 23.5cm diam, printed mark in puce, date code for 1906 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 107 A Royal Worcester circular plate, painted by P Love, signed, with ripe fruit on a mossy bank, gilt line border, printed mark in black £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 108 A Royal Worcester cabinet plate, painted possibly by Raymond Rushton, with Apple Blossom Old Storridge Worcestershire, 27.5cm diam, printed mark in black; another, painted with a view of Tewkesbury, possibly by Raymond Rushton, 27cm diam, date code for 1939; a Royal Worcester plate, printed and hand coloured with Worcester Cathedral, signed, 27cm diam, date code 1953 (3) £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 109 A Royal Worcester cabinet cup and saucer, painted by Price, signed, with ripe plums and raspberries on a mossy ground, the exterior in gilt, crown and circle mark in puce, date code for 1922 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 110 A Royal Worcester bottle vase, in the manner of James Hadley, painted with cabbage roses, the neck and base in relief with stiff leaves, 24.5cm high, printed mark in green, date code for 1911, shape no.304 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 111 A Royal Worcester blush ivory two handled spherical vase and cover, printed and painted with flowers and foliage on a blush ivory ground, domed cover, gilt scroll handles, 18cm high, crown and circle mark, date code for 1919, shape no.1515 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

104 104 A Royal Worcester figure, Morning Dew, as a classical maiden in flowing robes, emptying an amphora, 41cm high, printed crown and circle mark in puce, 1893 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

112 A Royal Worcester lobed pot pourri vase, inner cover and pierced cover, painted in the style of Edward Raby, with thistles, gilt borders, 15cm high, printed crown and circle mark in puce, date code for 1908, shape no.1314 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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114, 122, 102 & 110 113 A pair of Royal Worcester shaped circular plates, painted by Ricketts, signed, the centre painted with ripe fruit, the rim with six cartouches each with flower sprigs, probably by Edward Raby, on a yellow ground, 23.5cm diam, printed mark in puce, date code for 1923, retailers mark for T. Goode & Co £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 114 A pair of Royal Worcester flared trumpet shaped vases, painted by Millie Hunt, signed, with cabbage roses, gilt border, 19cm high, printed mark in puce, date codes for 1916, 1918, shape no.G923 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 115 A pair of Royal Worcester bottle vase, printed and painted with summer flowers on a blush ivory ground, long flared neck with stiff anthemions, 23.5cm high, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1907, shape no.1661 £150 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 116 A pair of Flight Barr and Barr Worcester Armorial shaped circular plates, the centre with the crest of an eagle and ribbon and the inscribed Fortiter, within gilt banded and apple green border, gilt gadrooned rim, impressed and printed mark, 1813 - 1840 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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117 A Royal Worcester shaped square bowl, printed and painted with wisteria on an ivory ground, gilt line rim, loop handles, 29cm wide, printed mark, shape no.1435 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 118 A Royal Worcester two handled boat shaped vase, printed and painted with flowers on a blush ivory ground, 20.5cm high, printed crown and circle mark in puce, date code for 1913, shape no.H280; a pair of Graingers Worcester blush ivory basket weave flower pots, 8cm high, shield mark in green, G.857 £180 - £220 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 119 A Royal Worcester two handled pedestal slender ovoid vase painted Chivers, signed, with fruit, within a gilt cartouche on a cobalt blue ground, 27.5cm high, printed mark in green, c.1903, shape no.1410 £250 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 120 A Royal Worcester two- handled vase, painted by R. T. Rea, signed, with a butterfly within a gilt cartouche on an apple green ground, with scrolling raised gilt foliage, 14.5cm high, printed crown and circle mark in green, shape no. 2273 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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121 A Royal Worcester two handled vase, painted with cabbage roses, 14cm high, printed mark in puce, date code for 1916; shape no.202; others, similar, pattern 2491; F106 (3) £180 - £220 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 122 A Royal Worcester amphora shaped vase, painted by R Lewis, signed, with cabbage roses, gilt border, 19cm high, printed mark in green, date code for 1910, shape no.H220 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 123 A Royal Worcester wrythen globular vase, painted by Kitty Blake, signed, with black berries and autumn foliage, 7.5cm high, crown and circle mark in puce, shape no.G161; another similar, painted with blue tit, printed mark in green, date code for 1917 (2) £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

Derby 130 A Derby circular plate, decorated in gilt with star on a salmon ground, gilt line rim, 24.5cm diam, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, c.1810 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 131 A Derby bough pot, attributed to John Brewer, painted with summer flowers and foliage, gilt ram’s mask handles, 24cm wide, crown crossed batons and D mark in puce, 1795-1800 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 132 A Chelsea Derby two handled sauce tureen, decorated with floral spray, banded in blue and applied with gilt scrolling foliage, 20cm wide, crown and D mark in blue with blue script N, c.1780 From the Collection of Sir Stephen Mitchell, see The Marks of Chelsea Derby and Early Crossed Baton Wears 1770 - c.1790, plate 64, item II £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 133 A Derby shaped circular plate, painted in the manner of Banford, in puce with a Cupid on a cloud, the rim with roses within gilt dentil roundels, and scrolls, 21.5cm diam, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, c.1800; a Derby plate, painted in the manner of Zachariah Boreman, with landscape, within gilt and salmon cartouche, blue banded border, 22.5cm diam, crown, crossed batons and D mark in puce, 209 (2) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

134 A Derby Named View saucer, Near Allestry, Derbyshire, cobalt blue border, with gilt Regency scrolls, 14cm diam, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, c.1800; a similar teacup and saucer, View in Spain and In Derbyshire; another, View in Scotland and Near Derby; other teaware; etc £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 135 A Derby Patch Mark figure, Justice, she standing with long flowing robes, scroll base, 29.5cm high, c.1770 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 136 A Derby figure, of a gallant standing beside a dog, 13cm high, c.1790; a Bloor Derby figure, 12cm high, c.1820; a Patch Mark figure, of a cherub, holding flower posies, 12cm high, c.1765 (3) £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 137 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 293, c.1770; other Derby figures (3) £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 138 A Derby Patch Mark figure, of a boy musician, he stands playing a flute, 12cm high, incised N.10; another, girl shepherdess, she stands holding a lamb, 12.5cm high, c.1770 (2) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 139 A Derby figure, of a girl dancing, in rural dress, pierced circular base, 27cm high, crown and crossed swords in D, c.1790; a Derby Patch Mark figure, of a girl with a mandolin, a sheep at her side, 14cm high, model no.301, c.1770; a Bow figure, of a cherub, holding a basket of flowers, before bocage, 14cm high, c.1770 (3) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 140 A Derby Named View two handled campana shaped vase, Near Abergelvie (sic), Scotland, blue ground with gilt Regency scrolls, 16cm high, crown and crossed swords in red, c.1800; another, painted with Nottingham Castle, on an apple green ground, 15cm high, c.1800, (2) £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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143 A Bloor Derby panelled baluster scent bottle, painted after Richard Dodson with an exotic bird, apple green ground, laureate gilt band to neck, 12.5cm high, large crown over D in red, c. 1820 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 145 A Sampson Hancock Derby figure, of a World War I soldier, seated on sand bags, wearing a brown cap and overcoat, holding his rifle, 14cm high, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in puce

141 141 A Bloor Derby Named View two handled basket, painted with Town and Castle of Stirling From St Nimians, blue border with gilt Regency scrolls, 29cm wide, printed circle mark, c.1820 £150 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

Provenance: The Late Bob Lever Collection, Bamfords December 2013 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 146 A Sampson Hancock fluted teacup, saucer and side plate, decorated in black with boy playing a horn, with the sun setting, crown, crossed swords and D mark in puce; two shell shaped dishes, decorated with roses, pansy and cornflowers, 17.5cm wide, marks in red; an Imari teacup and saucer; etc £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

147 147 A Sampson Hancock horse, chestnut, 6cm high, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in red £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

142 142 A Bloor Derby Named View two-handled pedestal urnular vase, Doune Castle, Perthshire, on an apple green ground, the shoulders, base and rim with alternating gilt and white stiff leaves, gilt scroll mask handles, 28cm high, crown and D mark, c.1820 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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148 A Sampson Hancock Derby shaped circular plate, well painted with colourful summer flowers within gilt bands of scrolling leaves, gadrooned rims, 22cm diam, red painted mark; a similar basket weave flower vase, applied with primroses, ribbon tied ring loop handles, 6cm high, red painted mark, a pair of Sampson Hancock figures, of a seated boy and girl, she with a basket of flowers, he with a basket of fruit, rococo scroll base, 13cm high, S.H, crossed batons and D mark in red, c.1900; etc (5) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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Royal Crown Derby 150 A Derby Crown Porcelain Company Imari shaped circular plate, gadrooned rim, 22cm diam, printed mark, date code for 1886; a Sampson Hancock Derby Imari shaped square plate, 25cm wide, painted mark in red (2) £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 151 A Derby Crown Porcelain Company shaped circular plate, decorated with gilt foliage on a lemon ground, pierced ribbed rim, with harebell swags, 22cm diam, printed mark, retailed by F & C Osler £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 152 A Derby Crown Porcelain Company shell shaped dish, decorated in the Imari palette on a lemon ground, 23.5cm wide, crown and interlaced D mark; a similar pattern 198 teacup, saucer and side plate; other plates, Bloor; etc £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

154 154 A fine Royal Crown Derby cabinet plate, painted by Desire Leroy, signed, alternating oval and shaped panels with pink roses and forget-me-nots, the ground with tooled gilt acanthus scrolls in high relief, on a broad border gilt and tooled in high relief, 26cm diam, printed factory mark, Royal Warrant and Tiffany & Co retailers stamp, date code for 1903 £600 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 155 A pair of Derby Crown Porcelain Company Imari baluster vases, decorated with birds perched in a tree, gilt horned goat handles, 11cm high, printed mark, c1880 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 156 A pair of Derby Crown Porcelain shaped circular comports, painted with a large floral spray, the rim with six rose painted panels on a sky blue border, with raised gilt foliate scrolls, printed mark in puce, c.1880 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

153 153 A Derby Crown Porcelain ovoid vase, painted W. N. Statham, signed, with ancient trees, 18.5cm high, printed mark £180 - £220 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

157 A pair of Royal Crown Derby boat shaped baskets, moulded in relief, the yellow ground picked out in gilt, 25cm wide, printed mark, date code for 1897, monogrammed; a Coalport bowl, well decorated with pink cabbage roses, 24cm diam, unmarked (3) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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158 A pair of Royal Crown Derby urnular pedestal vases with covers, decorated with floral swags, apple green and white ground, gilt leafy handles gadrooned rim, domed cover, lobed finial, 14cm high, printed mark, date code for 1898 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 159 A Royal Crown Derby Black and Gold Aves egg and stand, boxed; others, Blue and Gold Aves, Gold Aves and 1128 pattern, all printed marks, boxed (4) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 160 A Royal Crown Derby circular plate, painted by William Edwin James Dean, signed, with Lion Rock, Dovedale, gilt line rim, 23.5cm diam, printed mark, date code 1937 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 161 A Royal Crown Derby Commemorative twohandled loving cup, The 40th Anniversary of the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II 2nd June 1993, limited edition 54/1,250, boxed; others, HRH Price Edward to Sophie Rhys-Jones19th June 1999, boxed; The Rt Hon Margaret Thatcher MP, Re- Elected Prime Minister 11th June 1987; HM Queen Elizabeth II 60th Birthday 21st April 1986; others (9) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 162 A Royal Crown Derby muffin dish and cover, decorated with floral sprays, gilt border with tendrils, 20cm diam, printed mark in green, date code for 1897, Phillips of Mount Street, London retailers mark; a Derby Crown Porcelain Company vase, of compressed form, with gilt anthemions, on a lemon ground, wavy rim, 16cm wide, printed mark, c.1884; a Sampson Hancock soup bowl, decorated with scattered roses, gilt gadrooned rim, 25.5cm diam, S H, crossed batons and D mark in red; etc (5) £80 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 163 A Royal Crown Derby shaped circular plate, painted by John Porter Wale, with a thatched cottage in a summer garden, cobalt blue banded border, applied with gilt Regency scrolls, gadrooned rim, 22cm, diam, printed mark, date code for 1919; another, decorated with floral spray, 21cm diam, the border banded in cobalt blue and gilt foliage, 21cm diam, printed mark, date code for 1929 (2) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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164 A Royal Crown Derby shaped waisted vase and cover, printed with stylised flowers and foliage, gilt borders, domed cover, flower finial, 17.5m high, printed mark, date code for 1903 £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 165 A Royal Crown Derby two handled loving cup and cover, to commemorate One Hundred Royal Years, printed mark, limited edition 79/100, boxed £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 166 A Royal Crown Derby two-handle vase and cover, to commemorating The 40th Anniversary of the Accession of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II, 6th February 1992, printed mark, limited edition 14/100, boxed £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 167 A set of four Royal Crown Derby figures, Allegorical of the Seasons, Spring, she stands, bare footed with two floral rings, long flowing skirt, Summer, he stands bare footed with scythe and wheatsheaf, Autumn, she stands bare footed, holding a bunch of grapes aloft and others in her skirt, a grape chaplet in her hair and Winter, he stands arms folded skating, wearing a broad brimmed hat and fur lined coat, dead game tied to a sash, each on pierced scroll and anthemion moulded shaped circular bases, 24cm high,printed marks, signed P Whittaker, C Windridge, boxed (4) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 168 A set of six Royal Crown Derby dessert plates , printed and painted with flower spray, within a jewelled gilt cartouche, cobalt blue border with gilt swags, the border in relief with acorns, 22.5cm diam, printed marks, retailers mark for Osler; a similar oval dish, pierced acorn handles, 29.5cm wide, printed mark, date code for 1915 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 169 A pair of Royal Crown Derby figures, The Shepherd and Shepherdess, they both stand wearing broad brimmed hats, holding crooks and lambs, 25cm high, printed marks, signed J Griffiths, boxed £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 170 Three Royal Crown Derby shaped circular plates, painted by Michael Crawley, signed, each painted with Derbyshire landscapes, Dove Holes, Haddon Hall, Wolfscote Dale, grey blue border, gadrooned border, 23cm diam, printed marks £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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171 An English Porcelain shaped circular plate, painted by Stefan Nowacki, signed, with ripe fruit, within a gilt cartouche on a ruby ground, printed in gilt with fanciful birds, gilt gadrooned rim, 21cm diam, monogrammed £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

174 A Derby miniature/toy tea kettle and cover, pattern 2451, printed mark date code for 1937; a similar coffee pot, date code for 1940 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 175 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern Kedleston ewer, all gold border, printed mark £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 176 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern octagonal bowl, solid gold band, 19.5cm diam, printed mark £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 177 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern ovoid vase, handles to shoulders, 16.5cm high, printed mark, date code for 1911; a 6299 egg shaped pot pourri vase and cover, triform base, 13cm high, date code for 1912; a 6299 ogee shaped vase and cover, 12.5cm high, date code for 1907; etc (7) £150 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

172 172 A Lynton circular table box, painted by Stefan Nowacki, signed, with a musical trophy and a bouquet of flowers, within a gilded band of raised beads, the green ground with a garland of oak leaves and acorns in raised gilding, conforming base, chased gilt-metal mounts with shell thumbpiece, 6.5cm diam, 4cm high, printed marks, fitted morocco case £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

178 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern Millennium globe clock, commissioned by Sinclairs, limited edition, 54/1,000, boxed; a similar Millennium barometer, certificate, 54/1,000; Millennium thermometer, certificate, 54/1,000, boxed (3) £400 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 179 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern tureen and cover, gold borders, acorn finial, printed marks £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 180 A pair of Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern Castleton candlesticks, dolphins to angles, incurved square bases, 27cm high, printed marks £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 181 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 octagonal bowl, 23.5cm wide, printed mark, boxed £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 182 A Royal Crown Derby 6299 pattern bottle vases, wavy necks, 19cm high, printed marks, date code for 1911 £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

173 173 A Lynton circular table box, painted by Stefan Nowacki, signed, with a flotilla of Royal Navy warships, the green base with a garland of oak leaves and acorns in raised gilding, chased gilt-metal mounts with flowerhead thumbpiece, 6.5cm diam, 4cm high, printed marks, fitted morocco case £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

183 A Royal Crown Derby 2451 pattern teapot and cover, 16cm high, printed mark, date code for 1892; a similar boat shaped cream jug; similar tea bowls; other Imari ware (23) £150 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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184 A Derby miniature/toy mug, 2451 pattern, printed mark, date code for 1907; others various date codes (5) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 185 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, One Hundred Royal Years Crown, The 100th Anniversary of the Granting by Queen Victorian of the title Royal, limited edition, velvet box £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 186 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Shire Horse, commissioned by Sinclairs, printed mark, gold stopper, limited edition 700/1,500, boxed £180 - £220 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 187 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Scottish Terrier, commissioned by Sinclairs, printed mark, limited edition 468/500, boxed; Scottish Terrier, gold stopper, printed mark (2) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 188 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Harrods Pheasant, commissioned by Doulton and Company on behalf of Harrods, printed mark, gold stopper, limited edition 70/300, certificate £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 189 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Starlight Hare, printed mark, gold stopper, boxed £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

Greenaway Teapot Collection 200 A Belleek Grass pattern tea kettle and cover, in relief with various grasses, picked out in pink and brown, swan spout, 18cm, first period, 1863 - 1890 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 201 A Belleek Tridacna tete a tete, comprising teapot and cover, milk jug, sugar bowl, two teacups and saucers, coral handles, washed in yellow, the teapot 12.5cm high, 3rd period black mark 1926 - 46 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 202 A Belleek shell pattern teapot and cover, washed in green, 19cm high, third period 1965 - 1981; a Belleek teapot and cover, decorated with Shamrocks, 14cm high, contemporary; a coral pattern serving plate, washed in pink, 26cm wide (3) £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 203 A Belleek Neptune teapot and cover, washed in green, 14.5cm high, second period mark, 1891 - 1926; another, washed in pink, 12cm high, seventh period mark (2) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

190 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Millennium Dove, commissioned by Govier’s, printed mark, gold stopper; another, Black Swan, printed mark, gold stopper, boxed (2) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 191 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Border Collie, gold stopper, printed mark, gold stopper, limited edition 1,234/2,500; another, Royal Windsor Corgi, To Commemorate the 80th Birthday of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, printed mark, gold stopper, limited edition 804/950, boxed (2) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 192 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Shetland Pony Foal, Visitor Centre Exclusive, gold stopper, 72/450, certificate, boxed; another, Spotted Pig, gold stopper, printed mark, boxed (2) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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204 204 A Staffordshire red stoneware small globular teapot and cover, moulded with Chinese figures to front and verso, within a scroll cartouche, loop handle, turned knop, 10cm high, c.1750 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 205 A Chinese Yixing red stoneware melon shaped teapot and cover, in relief with foliage, 11.5cm high; another, similar; another, lobed globular, decorated in relief and in colours, 11.5cm high (3) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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206 A Newhall commode shaped teapot, cover and stand, pattern 311, decorated in the famille rose palette with scattered foliate sprigs, 17cm high, c.1800; others, pattern 173, pattern 172 (3) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 207 A Newhall commode shaped teapot, cover and stand, pattern 198, decorated gilt band with stylised foliage, the shoulder with corn, 17cm high, c.1800; a similar teapot, pattern 305, decorated with blue rocks and fence, 17.5cm high, c.1800 (2) £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 208 A Worcester globular teapot and cover, decorated in polychrome with floral spray and scattered flowerheads, domed cover, flower finial, 14.5cm high, c.1770 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 209 A Worcester ribbed barrel shaped teapot and cover, decorated with a gilt sprig, banded in cobalt blue and gilt, 15cm high, crescent mark, c.1770; a conforming hexagonal teapot stand, 15cm wide, crescent mark, c.1770 (2) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

210 An early 19th century felspathic octagonal teapot and cover, moulded in relief with cherub and lion, the verso with two cherubs ‘The Power of Love’ , shell and swag borders, outlined in blue, flower finial, 15.5cm high, c.1805; another, similar, larger, 17cm high, c.1805; a John Turner teapot, applied in white with classical figures on a brown ground, 18cm high, c.1800 (3) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 211 A Seth Pennington Liverpool globular teapot and cover, decorated in polychrome with stylised foliage and sprigs, domed cover, button finial, 17cm high, c.1770 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 212 A Seth Pennington Liverpool globular teapot and cover, decorated in polychrome with stylised foliage and sprigs, domed cover, knop finial, 18cm high, c.1770 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 213 A Derby ribbed wrythen globular teapot and cover, decorated in gilt with foliate sprig, cobalt blue line, gilt ring handle, 20cm high, crown, crossed batons and D mark in puce, c.1790; a Derby London shaped teapot and cover, pattern 552, 17.5cm high, crown, crossed batons in red; others, boat shaped (4) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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220 A Chamberlain Worcester spirally fluted oval teapot and cover, decorated with a gilt border of leafy tendrils, domed cover, chinaman hat final, 18cm high, c.1840; another, similar decorated with cornflower sprigs, 18cm high, c.1840; a Barr Worcester teapot and cover, banded in cobalt blue and gilt sprigs, 20cm high, c.1790 (3) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 221 A Herculaneum boat shaped teapot and cover, bat printed with a country house in parkland, 19cm high, c.1810; other bat printed teapots (3) £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 214 214 A mid 18th century ‘Jackfield’ black Whieldon teapot and cover, press moulded in relief with scrolling foliage, picked out in gilt, bird finial, three mask paw feet, 15cm high, c.1755 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

222 A Chinese cylindrical teapot and cover, decorated in underglaze blue with huts, trees and foliage, flattened cover, bud finial, 16cm high, 19th century; a Chinese bullet shaped teapot, 13.5cm high; a sparrow beak milk jug, c.1770; etc (4) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

215 An early 19th century Pearlware Willow pattern octagonal teapot and cover, swan finial, 15cm high, c.1805; another, possibly Hawley, banded in blue, 19.5cm high, c.1805; another, polychrome, 12cm high, c.1805 (3) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

223 A Chinese globular teapot and cover, decorated in polychrome, with figures, silver coloured metal spout, 15cm high, c.1770; a Chinese polychrome teapot, decorated with rose and gilt in French taste, 20.5cm high; etc (3) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

216 A John Rose Coalport fluted teapot, cover and stand, banded in iron red and gilt, Chinaman hat finial, 19.5cm high, c.1800 - 1805; another, similar, banded in gilt, 18cm high, c.1805; a John Rose Coalport boat shaped teapot and cover, decorated in gilt and lilac with stylised flowers and foliage, 19.5cm high, c.1810; others (5) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 217 A Newhall Ducks pattern squat ovoid teapot, cover and stand, printed in underglaze blue, gilt line borders, 18.5cm high, c.1800; another; a Newhall bat printed teapot and cover, 15cm high, c.1800 (3) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 218 A Newhall wrythen fluted teapot, cover and stand, pattern 248 in cobalt blue and gilt, 20cm high, c.1800; another, pattern 112; etc (3) £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 219 A Worcester Barr Flight Barr boat shaped teapot and cover, decorated with a deep gilt band, with foliage, flower finial, 19cm high, 1804 - 1813; another, Graingers; a Caughley Temple pattern ribbed barrel shaped teapot and cover, 15cm high, c.1800 (3) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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224 An English black salt glazed bachelor’s teapot and cover, decorated in relief with acanthus scrolls, slightly domed cover, dog finial, 10.5cm high, c.1790; others, later (3) £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 225 A Leeds Pottery morning tea service, probably by James Senior, decorated in silver lustre with fruit and foliage on a yellow ground, comprising bullet shaped teapot and cover, 12cm high; two-handled sucrier and cover, 10.5cm high; cream jug and cover, 9cm high; four tea bowls and saucers, impressed marks £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 226 A Machin new oval shape teapot and cover, decorated in polychrome with rural landscape, gilt line borders, pattern 189, c.1812 - 20; a John Rose Coalport teapot, c.1810; Spode, etc (5) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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227 An English porcelain boat shaped teapot, decorated with a deep cobalt blue band, applied in gilt with Regency scrolls, 16cm high, c.1820; a Staffordshire Pearlware teapot and cover, printed with puce flowers and foliage, blue line rim, 15cm high, c.1820; others (5) £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 228 A Minton Old oval shape teapot, cover and stand, banded with a broad band with gilt flowerhead and foliage, gilt button finial, 17.5cm high, no.111; a Keeling and Co boat shaped spirally fluted, 14cm high, pattern no.251, c.1790; etc (3) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 229 A Charles Meigh stoneware Apostles teapot, domed bud, angular handles, 17cm high, c.1860; a W.R Cobridge stoneware globular teapot, moulded in relief with pine cone, 18cm high, impressed mark; a Copeland teapot, in Japanese taste, 18.5cm high, c.1870 (3) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 230 A Spode treacle-glazed Cadogan ovoid teapot, 16cm high, impressed mark; an early 19th century shaped oval teapot, printed in black, 18cm high,c.1805; a caneware teapot, in relief with basketwork, slightly domed cover, wheatsheaf finial, 10cm high, c.1820 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

Continental Ceramics 240 A 19th century Meissen type figure, Touch, modelled after ‘Sentiment’ by Johann Schenheit, 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, 1880 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 241 A 19th century Vienna flask and cover, painted by Hoer, signed, The Last Flower, (Die letzten Blumen), with shepherd and young girl, he placing the floral garland on her head, cobalt blue ground, applied in gilt with leaves and scrolls, 9.5cm high, shield mark £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 242 A Capo-di-monte jug, decorated with floral sprigs, with oversize grotesque masks and gilt paw feet, vine spout, 29cm high, N and crown mark £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

231 A Persian hardstone Jadite teapot and cover, metal knop and hinges, 19cm high £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 232 A Worcester double spouted Japanese taste tea kettle, decorated in polychrome with mons and fans, angular gilt line borders, 16.5cm high, crown and circle mark, date code for 1886; a stoneware globular teapot, printed with classical figures on a black matt ground, 14cm high, c.1880; a Willow pattern oval teapot and cover, printed with Willow pattern, 14.5cm high, c.1870; others, various (10) £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 233 A Japanese quail stoneware novelty teapot and cover, naturalistically modelled, bee finial, 8.5cm high, Meiji period; a Chinese hexagonal tea kettle, decorated with polychrome figures, flat cover, 12cm high, c.1890; a silver coloured metal miniature teapot, wicker handle, 9.5cm high, c.1890 (3) £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

243 243 A French gilt metal mounted and Sevres style pedestal vase and cover, painted by Chabry, signed, with classical figures in landscaped gardens, the verso with gallant, caryatid handles, domed cover, pineapple finial, square base with re-entrant angles, 54cm high, c.1900 £250 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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244 A French pierced basket and stand, decorated in the famille rose palate with stylised flowers and foliage, 22cm diam, 19th century £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 245 A German oval plaque, painted with Neapolitan Girl, 8.5cm high; another, oval, Tyrolean Boy, 10.5cm high, early 20th century £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 246 A Helena Wolfsohn temple vase and cover, decorated with alternating panels of courting couples in period costume and flowers on yellow ground, gilt scroll borders, 48cm high, AR mark in blue £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 248 248 A large pair of Berlin two handled pedestal ovoid vases and covers, decorated with courting couples within a gilt cartouche, on a puce ground, square base, domed covers, pineapple finials, 53cm high, sceptre mark, c.1900 £250 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

247 247 A large German porcelain mantel clock, the 9.5cm dial with Arabic numerals, the elaborate scroll case encrusted with flowerheads in pastel shades cherubs, maiden and love birds, scroll base, 50cm high, c.1880 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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249 249 A large Vienna circular charger, painted with The Three Graces, within jewelled border, maroon ground applied in gilt with acanthus scrolls, 40cm diam, shield mark, c.1900 £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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250 A late 19th century Vienna porcelain shaped circular cabinet plate, painted with a Belle Époque beauty, bust-length, within a gilt oval reserve, the bleu celeste ground with flowerheads in raised gilding, indistinctly signed, blue printed shield mark, 21cm diam, c. 1900 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 251 A Meissen bullet shaped teapot, decorated with scrolling foliage, flat covered, with bud finial, 12cm high, printed mark; a French porcelain straight sided cylindrical teapot, with pink cornflower sprigs, ball finial, shaped handle, 13cm high, printed mark (2) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 252 A Meissen cabinet cup, decorated with rowing boats and bridge, gilt line rim, crossed swords £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 253 A mid 19th century Louis Phillippe Sevres Chateau Fontainebleau tea cup and saucer, painted with birds, leafy vines and emblems in a shield shaped cartouches, printed mark £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

257 257 A pair of Berlin pedestal ewers, decorated with classical figures within gilt laurel and rose cartouches, the verso with floral sprays, puce wrythen necks and bases, scroll handles, 47cm high, sceptre marks £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

254 254 A pair of 18th century Sevres cache pots, each later decorated with musical instruments, the verso with cherubs, on a blue celeste grounds, 12cm high, interlaced L’s £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 255 A pair of Austrian circular plates, printed with Louis XVI and Madame Pompadour, the border with alternating oval and circular cartouches, the ground with acanthus scrolls, on a puce ground, 32.5cm diam, shield mark, early 20th century £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 256 A pair of Austrian Royal Dux figure groups, of classical maidens, with cherubs, both scantilly draped, domed bases, 43.5cm high, model no.4717, 4718 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

258 258 A pair of Continental pedestal two handled vases, in the Sevres style, painted with spring flowers within a gilt cartouche, the ground with stylised flower sprigs, the shoulder with oval and circular cartouches each with floral spray, fluted necks, domed covers, gilt finials, ring and scroll flying handles, 37.5cm high, faux Sevres interlaced L’s £150 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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261, 262, 264, 256 & 265 259 A pair of German bisque porcelain circular wall plaques, The Lovers, in relief, 27cm diam, framed £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

260 A pair of Meissen porcelain two light two branch figural candelabra, each modelled as a tree supporting floral painted sconces, the first with a boy climbing the tree to reach a nest of eggs which he passes to his mother below, the other with a father and young daughter standing beneath the tree looking at eggs in a nest, 23cm high, crossed swords in underglaze blue, incised numerals 1153 and 1160 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 261 A pair of Royal Dux classical figures, she with a ewer, he with a goblet, 45cm high, pink triangle mark, shape no.1129 and 1130 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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262 A pair of Royal Vienna figures, both wearing flowing robes, one with grapes, the other with lyre, 52cm high, impressed and painted mark, shape no.4458 and 4559 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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267 A Sevres doubleplateau a deux pots de confitures, painted with colourful flowers under blue line borders, gilt dentil rim, 26cm wide, entwined L’s and numeral 3 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 268 An 18th century Meissen bullet shaped tea pot, painted with puce flowers, 9cm high, crossed swords mark in blue; a similar cylindrical coffee pot, decorated in polychrome with blossoming prunus, angular handle, 14cm high, c.1800; an English creamware baluster coffee pot and cover, decorated in polychrome with basket of flowers, 29.5cm high, c.1790 (3) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

263 263 A pair of Vienna porcelain two handled pedestal vases and covers, gilt swan handles, decorated with The Three Graces and other classical scenes, pierced covers, wreath finials, plinth bases, 33cm high, shield mark, titled £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 264 A Royal Dux figure group, of a Courting Couple, oval base, 44cm high, pink triangle mark, shape no.1980 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 265 A Royal Dux figure, Historia, seated wearing flowing robes, holding a quill, titled base, 35.5cm high, pink triangle mark, c.1900 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

269 269 An 18th century Meissen cup and saucer, decorated in polychrome with bagpiper and child, the cup with farmer and wife ozier border, crossed swords in underglaze blue, c.1760; another (2) £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

266 A set of three 18th century Royal Copenhagen plates, painted in underglaze blue with peony and other flowers, pierced border with flower tendrils, 22cm diam, c.1790 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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270 270 An 18th century Sevres coffee can (gobelet litron), painted with a young man in landscape beside a shrub on a blue celeste ground, interlaces L’s £180 - £220 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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271 271 An 18th century Sevres coffee can and saucer, (gobelet litron) painted in the manner Francois-Joseph Aloncle with fanciful birds in gilt panels on a blue celeste ground, entwined L’s £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

272 272 An 18th century Sevres fine toilet pot and cover, painted probably by Francois-Joseph Aloncle, with two panels of birds in landscape on a blue celeste ground, gilt bud finial, 6.5cm high, entwined L’s and incised marks £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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273 273 An 18th century Sevres small coffee can and saucer, (gobelet litron et soucoupe fond vert), painted with an oval panel of flowers on a green ground, interlaced ‘L’s’ marks, incised marks, painters mark M for Amboise Michel £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

274 274 An 18th century Vienna custard cup and cover, painted with flowers under a pink scale border, bee hive mark in underglaze blue £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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282 282 A pair of Penrose Waterford crystal sugar vases and covers, spirally lobed, facet cut finials, square bases, 27cm high, 19th century £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 283 A pair of early 19th century drinking glasses, the bowls engraved with a band of trailing flowers, 11cm high, a 19th century funnel shaped ale glass, engraved with leaves and berries, 13cm high, late 19th century (3) £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

275 275 Eduard Stellmacher (b. 1868) for Turn-Teplitz Amphora, a centrepiece, as a classical maiden, wearing a flowing dress, encrusted with flowers, holding aloft a large flower head, the shaped base with maidens with flowing hair and flowers, 75cm high, impressed mark, shape no.774 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 276 A German shaped circular plate, decorated with flowers in the Meissen manner, the rim alternating with painted flowers and moulded in relief, gilt feathered border, 23.5cm diam, Carl Thieme of Dresden mark £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

Glass 280 A 19th century clear glass vase, bell shaped bowl, air twist stem, circular base, 34cm high £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 281 A George III opaque twist wine glass, doublehelix stem, domed circular foot, 13.5cm high, c.1765 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

284 284 A Penrose Waterford crystal pineapple dish, strawberry cut, knopped columns, lobed oval base, 33.5cm wide, 19th century £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 285 An early 20th century cut glass drinking suite, comprising two brandy glasses, eight large wine glasses, ten medium wine glasses, eight smaller wine glasses, seven tumblers, eight sherry glasses, large wine glasses 18.5cm high £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 286 Glassware - 18th and 19th century including a triple ring decanter, 23cm high; another; cordial and ale glasses; etc including decanters, cordial glasses, etc (13) £60 - £100

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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

Mansfield Museum First Monday each Month 11am – 1pm

Bamfords, Peak Village Shopping Centre, Rowsley, DE4 2JE Every Thursday 2pm – 4pm

Melbourne Assembly Rooms, High Street, Melbourne, DE73 8GF First Monday of each month 2pm – 4pm

Ashbourne - Ashbourne Town Hall Third Tuesday of each month 2pm – 4pm

Royal Crown Derby Visitor Centre, 94 Osmaston Rd, Derby, DE23 8JZ First Wednesday of each month 10am – 12noon

Chesterfield Market Place First Friday of each month 10am – 12noon Cromford - Cromford Mills Second Tuesday of each month 2pm – 5pm

Sharpes Pottery, Swadlincote, Derbyshire, DE119DG First Wednesday of each month 2pm – 4pm

Denby Pottery Visitor Centre, Denby, DE5 8NX First Saturday of each month 10am – 12noon

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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Day One Wednesday 23rd January at 1.30pm

Asian Art


Oriental Ceramics 289 Three Chinese famille verte shaped circular bowls, decorated with pagoda, trees, sampan and rockwork, deep rim with stylised flowers and foliage, 38cm diam, c.1770 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 290 18th century Chinese blue and white porcelain, including sleeve vase, 22.5cm high, c.1770; bowl, 17cm diam; two octagonal plates, Qianlong; etc (all with faults) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

294 A 19th century Chinese porcelain Long Eliza-type baluster vase and cover, the four reserves painted in underglaze blue and flanked by palms, foliage to neck and cover, Dog of Fo finial, 38cm high, four-character mark to base, c. 1860 £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

291 A 19th century Chinese sleeve vase, decorated in underglaze blue with dragons, lotus and foliage, 26cm high, Kangxi marks but later £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 292 A 19th century Chinese ovoid vase, painted in tones of underglaze blue with flowers, scrolling foliage and crashing waves, shaped everted rim, the shoulder applied with dragons, 21cm high £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 293 A 19th century Chinese porcelain cylinder sleeve vase, painted in underglaze blue with a robed official and his attendant contemplating nature, in rectangular reserves, recto and verso, the ground with a field of scrolls, the rim with landscape vignettes and diaper, the base with foliate scrolls, 15.5cm high, four-character mark to base, c. 1880 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

295 295 A Chinese bottle vase, decorated in underglaze blue with scrolling lotus and foliage, 42cm high, 17th century £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 296 A Chinese baluster vase, decorated in polychrome with figures in interiors, within a blue scroll cartouche, the ground with flowers and foliage, cell border, 19cm high, Qianlong, 1770 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 297 A Chinese baluster vase, painted in polychrome enamels with ferocious dragons amongst scrolling foliage on a yellow ground, 44.5cm high, four character mark £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 294

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301 A Chinese canted rectangular meat plate, painted in underglaze with two spotted deer, the rim with insects and scrolls, 34.5cm wide, Qianlong, c.1770; another, with peonies, fence and bamboo, 41.5cm wide, c.1770 (2) £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 302 A Chinese canted rectangular meat plate, painted with figures fishing from a rocky shore, pagodas on the bank, 29cm wide, late 18th century £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

298 298 A Chinese canted rectangular meat plate, painted in underglaze blue with peony and foliate scrolls, within a trellis border, the rim with scrolls, roundels and fretwork, 44.5cm wide, Qianlong, c.1770 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 299 A Chinese canted rectangular meat plate, painted in underglaze blue with fence, pine tree, rocks and storks, brown line rim, 25cm wide, Qianlong, c.1770; another, similar with peonies, 25cm wide, Qianlong, c.1770 (2) £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

300 300 A Chinese canted rectangular meat plate, painted in underglaze blue with peony and foliate scrolls, the rim with scrolls, roundels and lappets, 41cm wide, Qianlong, c.1770 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

303 303 A Chinese canted rectangular tureen and cover, decorated in underglaze blue with fence, pagodas, rockwork and pine trees, rabbit handles, the cover with pomegranate finial, 35cm wide, Qianlong, c.1770 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

304 304 A Chinese canted rectangular tureen and cover, decorated in underglaze blue with fence, birds in flight and pine trees, rabbit handles, the cover with pomegranate finial, 35cm wide, Qianlong, c.1770 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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305 A Chinese canted rectangular tureen and cover, painted in tones of underglaze blue with flowers amongst dense scrolling foliage, temple lion finial, raised foot ring with trellis border, 31cm wide, early 19th century £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

312 A Chinese circular charger, decorated in underglaze blue with song bird perched on magnolia, the rim with blossoming branches, 34.5cm diam, Qianlong, 1770 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

306 A Chinese Cantonese plate, painted in the famille verte palette with alternating panels of figures and foliage, 24.5cm diam, c.1880 £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

313 A Chinese circular charger, decorated in underglaze blue with two quails, the rim with foliage, 31cm diam, Qianlong, 1770 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

307 A Chinese circular plate, decorated in the Imari palette with stylised flowers and foliage, 22.5cm diam, c.1780; others, similar (3) £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

314 A Chinese circular dish, decorated in the famille rose palette with stylised flowers, grasses and birds, the rim with six cartouches on a diaper ground, 25.5cm diam, 18th century £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

308 A Chinese circular bowl, decorated in underglaze blue with stork and peonies, 38.5cm diam, Qianlong, 1770 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 309 A Chinese circular bowl, decorated in underglaze blue with stylised flowers within tramline cartouche, the sides with blossoming prunus, brown line rim, 38cm diam, Qianlong, 1770 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 310 A Chinese circular charger, decorated in underglaze blue with a bird perched in a pine tree, trellis borders, 35cm diam, Qianlong, 1770; others, various (3) £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 311 A Chinese circular charger, decorated in underglaze blue with bamboo and scrolls, the rim with blossoming branches, 42cm diam, Qianlong, 1770 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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315 A Chinese circular plate, decorated in famille rose palette with figures, pagodas and foliage, 22cm diam,c.1770 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 316 A Chinese circular plate, decorated in underglaze blue with a basket of stylised flowers and foliage, the rim with alternating panels of stylised foliage and precious objects, 21cm diam, Kangxi 1662 - 1722 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 317 A Chinese circular plate, decorated in underglaze blue with a fence and bamboo, the rim with stylised foliage, 21cm diam, c.1770 £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 318 A Chinese circular plate, decorated in underglaze blue with bamboo, fence and peony, 22cm diam,c.1770 £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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319 A Chinese crackle glazed ovoid vase, painted in polychrome enamels with a family group, 24cm high; another, painted in tones of blue with a bird amongst flowers, 19cm high (2) £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 320 A Chinese cylindrical jardinière, painted in tones of underglaze blue with verse inscription and dragons chasing flaming pearls, 21.5cm diam £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 321 A Chinese famille rose part service, comprising three circular plates, four bowls and five 23cm plates, painted with peonies, fence and rockwork, the rim with scrolling foliage, c.1770 (12) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

325 325 A Chinese flower bowl/ding, everted rim, decorated in underglaze blue with warriors, figures, fence and foliage, the rim with four cartouches each with precious objects, three mask feet, 26cm diam, Wanli, 1573 - 1619 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 326 A Chinese lobed circular footed dish, painted in polychrome enamels with flowers, turquoise interior, 26cm diam, seal mark; another; a Chinese ovoid ginger jar, painted in tones of blue and white with blossoming prunus, 19cm high, four character mark (3) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

322 322 A Chinese famille rose shaped oval meat plate, painted with peonies, fence and rockwork, the rim with scrolling foliage, 43cm wide, c.1770 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 323 A Chinese fish bowl/jardinière, decorated in the famille verte palette with panels of warriors, elders and attendants, the ground with scrolling lotus flowers, the interior with fan tailed goldfish, 23cm diam, late 19th century £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 324 A Chinese ginger jar and cover, painted in tones of underglaze blue with figures in a landscape, within flowers, scrolls and foliage, 23cm high, seal mark, 19th century £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

327 327 A Chinese lobed rectangular bowl, decorated with song bird and peony on a cell floral ground, turquoise interior, 20cm wide, seal mark, Tongzhi 1862 - 1874 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 328 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 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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329 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%

333 A Chinese oval meat plate, painted in underglaze blue with pagoda, bridge and pine trees, the rim with flower sprays, 36cm wide, Qianlong, c.1770 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 334 A Chinese oval plate, decorated in blue and white with pagodas, willow tree and bridge, pierced rim, 28cm diam, 19th century £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 335 A Chinese oval serving plate, decorated in underglaze blue with stylised flowers and foliage, diaper banded border, 30cm diam, c.1770 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 336 A Chinese ovoid bottle vase, painted in tones of underglaze blue with animals, 15cm high, four character mark, 19th century £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

330 330 A Chinese monochrome bowl, the exterior in blue applied with four leafy motifs, the interior in the Imari palette with flowers and trellis band, 21cm diam, c.1770 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

337 A Chinese ovoid ginger jar and cover, painted in the famille verte palette with figures in an interior, to verso with sampan, on a green ground with scattered flowers, 16cm high, four character mark, 19th century £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

331 A Chinese octagonal plate, decorated in underglaze blue with fence, pagoda and trees, elaborate border, 22cm wide, c.1770 £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

338 A Chinese ovoid ginger jar and cover, painted in tones of underglaze blue with vases, baskets and precious objects, within panels on a ground of prunus blossom and cracked ice, 26.5cm high, double circle mark, 19th century £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

332 A Chinese octagonal plate, decorated in underglaze blue with pagoda and trees, elaborate scroll border, 22cm wide, early 19th century £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

339 A Chinese ovoid miniature vase or brush washer, painted in tones of underglaze blue with figures in a pagoda landscape, 6cm high, double circle mark £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 340 A Chinese polychrome cockerel, standing, with tail down, beak open, 33cm high, Republic period £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 341 A Chinese porcelain cylindrical scholar’s tabletop jardinière, decorated with Shou Lao holding his ribbon-tied double-guard staff, his attendant holding ripe fruits and children by blossom and prunus, black script and red seal mark to verso, 12cm high, hardwood stand £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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338 342 A Chinese porcelain rectangular plaque, painted in colourful polychrome enamels with a lady, wearing flowing robes, by a smoking censer in a walled garden, the background with a pine tree and the moon in the sky, flanked by black script and a red seal mark, 41.5cm x 15cm, ebonised frame £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 343 A Chinese Republican period ribbed teapot, decorated in polychrome with elders and attendants, 12.5cm high, red seal mark; others, similar; a Chinese Yixing teapot, in relief with dragon and clouds, the cover with moving dragon head, 7.5cm high, 20th century (5) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 344 A Chinese shaped oval serving plate, decorated in underglaze blue with pagodas, sampan and rockwork, diaper banded border, 34.5cm diam, early 19th century £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 345 A Chinese sleeve vase, painted in tones of underglaze blue with figures beside temple jars, amongst dense fruiting branches with birds perched, 15.5cm high, four character mark; a Chinese celadon vase, moulded with lotus on a textured ground, 10.5cm high, four character mark; a Chinese ginger jar, painted in polychrome with temple lions amongst scrolling foliage, on a yellow ground, 15cm high (3) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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346 A Chinese slender baluster vase, painted in tones of underglaze blue above a Batavian brown band and a celadon lower section, flared rim, 20.5cm high, Kangxi, c.1700 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 347 A Chinese wucai baluster vase, painted in polychrome with an official and attendants, brown band to rim, 19.5cm high, 18th/19th century £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 348 Three small Chinese bowls, decorated with scrolling dragons and clouds in iron red, 6cm diam, Qianlong six character marks £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 349 Tek Sing Shipwreck Cargo - a Chinese porcelain circular dish, painted in underglaze blue with flowering lotus, flared rim, raised foot, 15.3cm diam, Jiaqing/Daoguang reign, Qing dynasty, c. 1820 Provenance: Tek Sing Cargo of 1822, no. 86, boxed with certificate £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 350 Nine Cantonese circular plates, each decorated in polychrome with fanciful birds and flowers on a celadon ground, 18cm diam, seal mark, c.1880; etc (11) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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351 An early 18th century Chinese Export porcelain lobed vase, painted in underglaze with a stylized riverscape of pagodas, temples, boats, figures, birds and trees, octofoil rim with a band of scrolling clouds, the interior with flowerheads alternated with trellis and scale reserves, 20.5cm high, Kangxi/Yongzheng reign, c. 1720 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 352 An 18th century Chinese tapering square vase, decorated in underglaze blue with blossoming prunus, flowers and foliage, pierced hardwood cover, 27cm high, Artemesia leaf mark, Kangxi 1662-1722 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 353 An 18th century Chinese square celadon vase, in relief with blocks, 25cm high, six character Yongzheng mark £600 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 354 An 18th century Chinese porcelain oval butter tub, decorated in tones of underglaze blue with flowering leafy stems and trellis borders, 12cm wide, Quinlong period £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 355 An 18th century Chinese canted rectangular serving plate, decorated in underglaze blue with fisherman, peonies and rockwork, 35cm wide, c.1770 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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356 An 18th century Chinese canted rectangular blue and white meat plate, painted with pagoda, pine tree and rocks, trellis border, the rim with scrolling foliage, 38.5cm wide, c.1770 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 357 A set of three Chinese circular plates, painted in underglaze blue with fence, chrysanthemum and pine tree, trellis borders, 22cm diam, Qianlong, c.1770; others (5) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 358 A large 19th century Chinese Yixing terracotta globular bottle vase, moulded in relief with a ferocious dragon flying through scrolling clouds, the rim incised with a band of square scrolls above foliate devices, 47cm high, hardwood stand, c. 1900 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 359 A large Chinese Cantonese Famille Rose ovoid vase, decorated with figures and attendants within a rectangular cartouches, the ground with insects, peonies and foliage, the neck with lizards, Dogs of Fo to side, everted rim, 83.5cm high, c.1880 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 360 A large Chinese famille verte punch bowl, painted with cockerels, rocks, peonies and other foliage, 35cm dim, Qianlong, c.1770; another, similar, smaller, 20cm diam, c.1770 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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361 A pair of Chinese jadite and hardstone-mounted model, of a blossoming bonsai tree, onyx planters, 20cm high; another (3) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

367 A pair of Chinese circular plates, decorated in underglaze blue with peony, wall and bamboo, 22cm diam,c.1770 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 368 A pair of Chinese crackle glaze baluster vases, painted in underglaze blue with stylized landscapes, incised scale bands to necks and base, 30cm high, incised four-character marks £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

362 362 A pair of Cantonese vases, decorated in the famille verte palette, with panels of figure and attendants, the ground with birds, and scrolling foliage in red and green, everted rim, Dog of Fo handles, lizards to shoulders, 36.5cm high, 19th century £600 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

369 369 A pair of Chinese famille rose circular chargers, decorated with fence, peonies, chrysanthemums and other foliage, 39cm diam, Qianlong, c.1770 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

363 A pair of Chinese barrel shaped conservatory seats, decorated in the famille verte palette with elders and attendants under a pine tree, pierced mons, applied with studs, 48cm high £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 364 A pair of Chinese circular plates, decorated in underglaze blue with bird, pine tree and peony, diaper banded borders, brown rims, 23cm diam, c.1770 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 365 A pair of Chinese circular plates, decorated in underglaze blue with fence and bamboo, 22cm diam,c.1770 £80 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 366 A pair of Chinese circular plates, decorated in underglaze blue with fisherman and pine tree, 22cm diam,c.1770 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

370 370 A pair of Chinese famille rose circular plates, decorated with musician and scholar, the rim with foliage, 22.5cm diam, c.1770; a similar pair, with pagoda and figures, 22.5cm diam, c.1770 (4) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 371 A pair of Chinese figures, of Jurojin and Shou Lao, each seated, holding attributes, painted in polychrome, 10cm and 9cm high £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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372 A pair of Chinese octagonal plate, painted in underglaze blue with pagoda, rockwork and pine tree, banded with trellis, 22.5cm wide, Qianlong, c.1770; another pair, circular, with peony and blossoming pine tree, 23cm diam, Qianlong, c.1770 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 373 A pair of Chinese porcelain ovoid vases, painted in the famille verte palette and European ormolu mounted as five-light candelabra, cast throughout with acanthus, circular bases, 47cm high, the vases Kangxi, c.1700, the mounts c.1860 £1500 - £2000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 375 A set of five Chinese famille rose shaped tea bowls and saucers, decorated with peony and song bird, cobalt blue trellis border, c.1770 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

378 A set of six Chinese octagonal plates, painted in underglaze blue with storks, pine tree and fence, elaborate flower and scroll borders, 22cm wide, Qianlong, c.1770 £150 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 379 A set of six Chinese polychrome circular plates, decorated with jardinière of flowering foliage, the ground in relief with scrolls, the rim with peonies, flowers, foliage and ribbon, 22cm diam, c.1770 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 385 A Japanese Awaji monochrome slender ovoid bottle vase, glazed in tones of mottled turquoise, 25cm high, impressed marks, Meiji period £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

377 377 A set of four Chinese oval serving plates, printed in underglaze blue with pagodas, fence, trees and rockwork, brown line rim, 29.5cm wide, Qianlong, c.1770 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 386 386 A Japanese Awaji slender double-guard vase, crackle glazed in merging tones of electric blue, 27cm high, hardwood stand, Meiji period £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 387 A Japanese circular plate, decorated with lotus flower panels, each with stylised flower and symbol, blue line border,26cm diam, four character mark £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 378

388 A Japanese Imari charger, decorated with stylised urn of flowering foliage, the rim conforming with fanciful birds, 40cm diam, Meiji period £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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389 A Japanese polychrome bowl, decorated with blue flowers and rocks in green on a stippled yellow ground, flowerhead border, 23.5cm diam, character marks £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

Asian Art

390 A Japanese porcelain koro, the globular bowl with two mask handles, on a tall column with scrolling dragons, square base, sabre legs, 30cm high, Meiji period £600 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 391 A Japanese Satsuma bowl, decorated with ladies in a garden setting, cobalt blue border, the exterior with gilt scrolling foliage, 12.5cm diam, seal mark, Meiji period; another (2) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 400 400 A 19th century Chinese brown patinated bronze censer, cast in high relief with reserves of mythical beasts, a ferocious dragon, a horse and an elephant, on a foliate chequered ground, projecting rim with a band of square scrolls, tripod feet, traces of verdigris, 12.5cm high, 25cm diam, nine-character seal mark £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 401 A 19th century Chinese hardwood carving, of Buddha and a Jin Chan money toad, the recumbent figure with coins and peaches of longevity at his waist, pierced hardwood stand, 27cm high, 39cm wide, c. 1900 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 392 392 A Japanese Satsuma quatrefoil koro and cover, decorated with stylised birds and flowers, the ground finely decorated with flowerheads and scrolls, four stile feet, 11cm high, Meiji period £500 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 393 A Japanese shaped circular Imari plate, decorated in the typical palette with jardinière of flowers nad foliage, and fan, 31.5cm diam, Meiji period £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 394 A pair of Japanese Satsuma panelled cylindrical vases, decorated with figures and attendants, within geometrical panels, 31cm high, Meiji period £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 395 A set of five Japanese Kakiemon circular plates, decorated with blossoming prunus, 18cm diam, 19th century £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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402 A 19th century Chinese hardwood rectangular table casket, the hinged cover carved in low relief with a central portrait roundel, the ground with birds, kiteshaped reserves and leafy stems, enclosing an interior with two divisions, the sides conforming, blind escutcheon, skirted base, 11cm high, 22.5cm wide, c. 1880 £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 403 A 19th century Chinese patinated bronze censer, boldly cast as a guardian lion, its mane, tail and hind legs with scroll fur, 14cm high, c. 1890 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 404 A 19th century Chinese patinated bronze chime or amulet, as a stylized pagoda top, pierced for suspension, 33cm wide, late Qing dynasty £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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405 A Chinese dark patinated bronze libation vessel, cast in the Archaic taste with a mythical beast, chased with scrolls and further beasts, traces of gilding, 10cm wide £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

411 A Chinese verdigris patinated bronze slab-sided table lamp, cast in the archaic Shang dynasty manner, with reserves of mythical and ferocious beasts, stepped edges, hardwood stand, 65cm high, c.1920 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

406 A Chinese hardwood vase stand, square panelled top above a pierced frieze, square legs and stretchers, 45cm high, 19cm wide, c.1900 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

412 Chinese School (19th century), Man with an Ox, watercolour, 32cm x 29cm £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

407 A Chinese padouk and burr wood square jardinière stand, 31cm high, 25.5cm wide, c.1900 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 408 A Chinese padouk wood square vase stand, shaped legs and stretchers, 20cm high, 18cm wide, c.1900; a Chinese two-level vase stand, carved with faux bamboo, 16cm high, 26cm wide; another, pierced with scrolls (3) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 409 A Chinese russet brown jade circular archer’s ring, quite plain, 4.3cm diam; another similar, pale green and cylindrical, carved in the archaic manner, 2.7cm high, 3.8cm diam; further soapstone and hardstone carvings, pendants and tablets, etc, (collection, 14) £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

413 413 A Japanese shibayama and lacquer rounded rectangular box, lift-off cover applied with raden depicting children chasing a butterfly, nashiji interior and base, 9cm wide, Meiji period £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 414 A pair of 19th century Chinese hardwood carvings, of Buddhistic sages, each robed and holding prayer beads, pierced outcrops, 38cm high, c.1900; a large 19th century Chinese hardwood carving, of Shou Lao, the immortal stand unfolding a scroll, pierced base, 52cm high, (3) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

410 410 A Chinese spinach green jade ‘lotus’ bowl and cover, with fluted sides, 11.5cm diam £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

415 A pair of 19th century Chinese hardwood carvings, of emaciated elders, their skeletal chests exposed, crouching on a rocky outcrop, flanked by stylized scrolling clouds, inset eyes, 28cm high, c. 1900; another, similar, 34.5cm high (3) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 416 A pair of Chinese hardwood rectangular panels, each carved with a temple in a monumental landscape, 74.5cm x 43cm, c1900 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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417 A pair of Chinese soapstone figural seals, each well carved with a seated scholar and emaciated elder, the sides of each base with a flying phoenix and a border of clouds, 19cm and 18.5cm high, c. 1900 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 418 A pair of Japanese bronze ovoid vases, inlaid in silver and mixed metal with rabbits beneath a full moon, 15cm high, signed, Meiji period £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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419 A Japanese cloisonné enamel ovoid vase, decorated in polychrome with a geisha in a garden, 25cm high, early 20th century; another, similar, decorated with flowers (2) £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 420 Chinese School (19th century), a dark patinated bronze, of Budai, he stands, smiling, with arms raised upwards, 17cm high, character inscription to interior £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 421 Chinese School (late 19th/early 20th century), a dark patinated bronze, of a rabbit, the fourth cycle from the Chinese Zodiac, 7.5cm long, late Qing dynasty £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 422 Japanese School (Meiji period), a brown and dark patinated bronze, of a tiger, prowling, signed, 30cm long £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 423 Sino-Tibetan School (19th century), an alabaster carving, of a Buddhist acolyte, kneeling in ceremony, 43cm high £600 - £800

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Day Two Thursday 24th January at 10.30am

Silver, Watches & Jewellery


Plated Ware 440 A 19th century style E.P.N.S four-branch table centre epergne, large shaped circular hobnail clear glass bowl above four smaller conforming, acanthus scroll base, 54cm wide £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 441 A French Art Deco E.P.N.S four piece tea and coffee service, comprising teapot, coffee pot, sucrier and milk jug, angular hardwood fittings, the coffee pot 19cm high, Frionnet Francois, 20th century £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

445 445 A set of four 19th century silver plate on copper table candle lanterns, star-pierced sconces, acanthus borders, tapered fluted pillars, domed circular bases, etched clear glass storm shades, 53cm high overall £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 446 A Victorian E.P.N.S shaped oval serving tray, fluted beaded border, the field bright-cut engraved with a band of fruiting vine, 66cm over handles, c.1895 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 442 442 A late 19th century/early 20th century silver plated centre piece, frosted and cut glass bowl, the stand with Egyptian pharaoh caryatids, incurved square platform centred with raised knop with four leafy arms, 37cm high, c.1880 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 443 A late Victorian/Edwardian E.P on copper table centrepiece epergne, cast as a fruiting vine, faux basketweave plateau, acanthus scroll tripod base, 51cm high, c.1900 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 444 A pair of George III old Sheffield plate circular wine coasters, quite plain, reeded borders, draughtturned bases, 14cm diam, c.1810 £30 - £50 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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447 A Victorian Aesthetic Movement EPNS folding biscuit warmer, bright cut engraved with flowers and foliage, rustic branch framework, 18cm wide, c. 1880; an EP on copper helmet-shaped pitcher, 23cm high; etc, (9) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

Flatware and Silver 450 A Georg Jensen silver sauce ladle, the haft cast with bell tendril, l GI and 925 marks £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 451 A George III Scottish silver Pointed Old English pattern basting spoon, 32.5cm long, Alexander Henderson, Edinburgh 1802 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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452 A George III silver Feather-Edge Old English pattern sifter spoon, pierced bowl, 18.5cm long, George Smith, London 1773; a George V silver cream jug, embossed with a band of acanthus, 9cm long, London 1916 (2) £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 453 A George III silver toddy ladle, double lip bowl, wrythen whale bone, 34.5cm long, c.1760; others, various (3) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 454 A late Victorian Scottish King’s pattern silver ladle, monogrammed handle, 31cm long, Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh 1900 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 455 A matched George III and later silver Old English pattern table service, various dates and makers, 57oz Heraldry: Crest of an untitled male member of the family of Manners, Dukes of Rutland £250 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 456 A pair of Edwardian silver Trefid pattern fruit spoons, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd, London 1906, cased £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 457 A pair of George III silver cast sugar bows, pierced and bright-cut engraved, 14cm long, London c.1775; others, similar; another pair, quite plain, Peter & William Bateman, London 1809; others (6) £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 458 A pair of Scottish Provincial Fiddle pattern dessert spoons, George Booth, Aberdeen c.1810; a set of six George III silver Old English pattern teaspoons, Hester Bateman, London 1788; egg spoons; etc (qty), 10oz £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 459 A pair of Victorian silver fish servers, shaped pierced and engraved blades, 34cm long, John Gilbert, Birmingham 1849, cased £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 460 A pair of Victorian silver Lily pattern fish servers, the blades pierced with scrolling foliage, 30.5cm long, Henry Holland, London 1866, 8.5oz £150 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

461 A set of nine George III Irish table forks, John Bayly, Dublin 1800, 16.5oz £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 462 A set of six Victorian silver King’s pattern dessert spoons, George W Adams, London 1846; a matched set of six Scottish George III Fiddle pattern dessert spoons, Edinburgh, various dates and makers; etc (qty), 31oz gross £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 463 A Victorian silver dessert service, comprising twelve pairs of knives and forks, mother of pearl hafts, George W Adams, London 1877 £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 464 An 18th century silver coloured toddy ladle, wrythen whale bone handle, c.1760; another (2) £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 465 An Art Deco style silver fish service, comprising twelve pairs of knives and forks, ivorine handles, Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1960 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 466 An early Victorian silver-gilt three-piece christening set, comprising knife, fork and spoon, the knife 20cm long, HJ Lias & Son, London 1851 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 467 An Edwardian silver-gilt three-piece christening set, comprising knife, fork and spoon, the knife 20cm long, Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1908 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 468 An Elizabeth II silver Old English bead pattern canteen, for twelve, comprising soup spoons, a soup ladle, fish knives and forks, table knives and forks, a carving set, a pair of sauce ladles, dessert knives and forks, pastry forks, a cheese knife, a butter knife, teaspoons and coffee spoons, R Carr, Sheffield 1992, cased, 233oz excluding knives £1500 - £2000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 469 Three 19th century Old English pattern table spoons, various dates and markers; a set of six Old English pattern dessert spoons, John Round, Sheffield 1928; a set of six Fiddle pattern teaspoons, Exeter 1850, 19oz £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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470 A Chinese silver circular box and cover, chased with a ferocious dragon, gilt interior, Wing On & Co, Hong Kong c.1920 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

479 A Continental silver pedestal pommander or vinaigrette, possibly Maltese, hinged cover enclosing a pierced grille, 4.5cm high, 18th/19th century; another (2) £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

471 A 19th century Austrian silver half-fluted water jug, domed cover with bud finial, above bands of flowers and foliage, scroll-capped fruitwood handle, domed foot, 17cm high, Vienna 18*1, 14.5oz gross £200 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

480 A Dutch Neo-Classical silver oval pedestal tea caddy, hinged cover with coiled snake finial, ropetwist borders, spreading foot, 12.5cm wide, Diemont, early 19th century, 11oz £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

472 A 19th century French silver mustard and salt stand, in the Neo-Classical taste, flying scroll handle terminating in a lion mask, the mustard 11cm high, c.1900 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

481 A Dutch silver oval brandy bowl, chased with fruiting branches, leafy scrolls and coronet-crested cartouches, lug handles cast with masks and herms, 26cm wide, 19th century, 7.5oz £200 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

473 A 19th century silver-gilt and hobnail-cut glass canted rectangular caddy, hinged cover chased with cartouches, swags, acanthus and Classical devices, wrapped reeded borders, star-cut base, 12cm wide, lion passant mark £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

482 A Dutch silver oval sweetmeat basket, swing handle, beaded borders, blue glass liner, 10cm wide, 19th century £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

474 A 19th century Tibetan silver lotus-shaped bowl stand and cover, chased and engraved with precious objects and scrolling foliage, 11cm diam, 6oz £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 475 A Continental silver and enamel circular pill box, engine turned and decorated in tones of deep blue, hinged cover with opaque band border, 4cm diam, c.1925 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

483 A Dutch silver toy figure, of a lamp lighter, he stands, holding his ladder, canted rectangular base, 4.5cm high; another (2) £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 484 A Dutch silver toy fish griddle, 8.5cm long £70 - £90 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 485 A Dutch silver toy, of a child in a baby walker, 4cm diam, Amsterdam marks; others, a spinning wheel; a butter tub (3) £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

476 A Continental silver figural goblet, fluted bell shaped bowl, the stem as a scantily clad putto grasping a rope, domed oval base, 10cm high, 19th century £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 477 A Continental silver miniature hanging censer, probably a chatelaine, 15cm long overall £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 478 A Continental silver pan-handled chamber stick, the border chased with lion masks flowers and scrolls, pad feet, 8.5cm wide, 19th century £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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487 487 A George I Britannia silver spreading cylindrical beer mug, reeded rim, scroll capped handle, skirted base, 11cm high, maker B*, London 1717, 8oz £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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488 A George I style silver spreading cylindrical coffee pot, hinged cover with knop finial, scrollcapped fruitwood handle, skirted base, 24.5cm high, Marlow Brothers, London London 1978, 27oz gross £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

489 A George I/early George II Provincial silver half pint mug, acanthus-capped scroll handle, skirted base, 10cm high, Newcastle 1727, 7oz £500 - £700 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

490 A George I/II silver spreading cylindrical side-handled coffee pot, hinged domed cover with knop finial, panelled capped S-shaped spout, scroll-capped fruitwood handle, skirted base, 25.5cm high, maker A over **, London 1727, 28oz gross £3000 - £4000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

491 A George II baluster coffee pot, hinged domed cover, chased and engraved with flowers and scrolling foliage, acanthus-capped spout, fruitwood scroll-capped handle, 21.5cm high, Thomas Whipham & Charles Wright, London 1759, 22.5oz gross £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium

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494 492 492 A George II Irish silver Warwick cruet, with three pear shaped casters and a pair of cut glass bottles, posted handle, shell feet, crested, 19cm high, John Moore, Dublin 1736, 38oz Heraldry: the arms of Sir Thomas Molyneux, 1st Bt. off Castle Dillon, Co. Armagh. Raised to his baronetcy 1730 and died 1753. Married Catherine, dau. of Ralph Howard of Shelton Abbey, (grandfather of the 1st Earl of Wicklow) whose arms are shown impaled by his. £600 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 493 A George II silver baluster caster, knop finial, pierced cover, domed circular foot, 11.5cm high, Thomas Bamford, London 1733 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 494 A George II silver baluster tankard, hinged domed cover with C-scroll thumbpiece, scroll handle with heart shaped terminal, three-quarter girdle, skirted base, 20.5cm high, Richard Gurney & Thomas Cook, London 1759, 27oz £1500 - £1800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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495 A George II silver bellied cream jug, of usually substantial gauge, shaped rim, acanthus-capped double-scroll handle, pad feet, 11cm high, maker R*, London 1742, 5oz £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 496

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496 A George II silver brazier, spoon-shaped rests on ‘Onslow’ supports, the flared side pierced with scrolls, turned fruitwood handles, ball and claw feet, 30.5cm long, mid-18th century, 22.5oz £1200 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 497 A George II silver half-fluted baluster caster, knop finial, pierced bell shaped cover engraved with diapers, 11.5cm high, Thomas Bamford, London 1736 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 498 A George II silver pear shaped caster, knop finial, pierced bell shaped cover, domed circular foot, William Gwillim, London 1748 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 503 503 A George III Provincial silver three piece boat shaped tea service, comprising teapot, milk jug and sugar basin, each bright-cut engraved with a band of fruiting oak, shell-capped angular scroll handles, gadrooned borders, ball feet, 29.5cm long, maker’s mark only, Richard Ferris, Exeter c.1810, 36.5oz gross £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

499 499 A George II silver shaped circular waiter, fluted shell and C and S-scroll border, hoof feet, crested, 18cm diam, Henry Brind, London 1749, 8oz £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 500 A George III and later silver mounted coconut cup, broad rim with beaded and bright-cut borders above a shield shaped cartouche, domed circular foot, 13cm high, c.1790, the base Birmingham 1901 £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 501 A George III Irish silver lotus-fluted ovoid cream jug, scroll handle, 10cm high, probably Thomas Jones, Dublin c.1780, 4oz Heraldry: Crest of Brouncker, Ireland £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 502 A George III Provincial silver bell shaped pint mug, scroll capped handle, skirted base, 13.5cm high, John Langlands I & John Robertson I, Newcastle 1790, 10oz £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

504 504 A George III Scottish silver rounded rectangular cake basket, swing handle, gadrooned border, brightcut engraved and outlined with wrigglework, spreading foot, 32.5cm wide, Edinburgh 1804, 28.5oz £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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508 A George III silver decagon teapot stand, engraved and chased with shield banded border, splay feet, 17.5cm wide, Henry Chawner, London 1792; a Sheffield plate oval stand, 15cm diam, c.1800 (2) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

505 505 A George III Scottish silver shaped rectangular inkstand, hobnail-cut clear glass wells, gadrooned anthemion and leafy scroll borders, inscribed To Dr James Hamilton Junr. From Henry Veitch, lion paw feet, 30cm wide, Edinburgh 1814, 26oz Dr James Hamilton (1749 - 1835) was a prominent and well-respected physician in late 18th- and early 19th-century Edinburgh. He worked at the Royal Infirmary, the Trades Maiden Hospital and George Heriot’s Hospital, a school which had earlier been attended by Henry Raeburn. Hamilton wrote a successful medical text book, Observations on the Utility and Administration of Purgative Medicines, first published in 1805, which ran to eight editions. £250 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

509 509 A George III silver fluted oval teapot, engraved and chased with stylised flowers and vertical chevron bands, fruitwood handle, button finial, 13.5cm high, Robert Hennell, London 1781, 12oz £150 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

506 A George III shaped circular salver, embossed with leafy scrolls and flowers, flowers and scroll border, conforming feet, 25cm diam, S C Younge & Co, Sheffield 1820, 18.5oz £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

507 507 A George III silver cylindrical mug, quite plain, reeded borders, shaped handle, Robert Garrard I, London 1798, 14.5oz £150 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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510 510 A George III silver gentleman officer’s campaign dining set, comprising oval beaker, knife, fork, spoon, marrow scoop, combination urnular nutmeg grater and corkscrew, and further fittings, each contrived to dismantle for travel, fitted morocco case, 17cm high overall, makers *P, William Eley and William Eley & William Fearn, London 1802 £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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511 A George III silver half-fluted boat shaped mustard, hinged domed cover, gadrooned borders, shell feet, 8.5cm wide, London 1808 Heraldry: Crest of Radcliffe of Ordsall, Lancs & Mellor, Derbys. (now Cheshire) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 512 A George III silver half-fluted boat shaped teapot, hinged cover, gadrooned acanthus border, scroll handle, bun feet, 30.5cm long, Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard, London 1817, 25oz gross Heraldry: Crest of Savile, Yorks. £150 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 513 A George III silver helmet shaped cream jug, beaded border, bright-cut engraved in the NeoClassical taste and outlined throughout with wrigglework, square base, 14.5cm high, Peter & Ann Bateman, London 1793, 3oz £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 514 A George III silver ogee wine funnel, beaded borders, 12.5cm long, London 1780 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

515 515 A George III silver ogee wine funnel, the rim with a broad reeded band, curved spout, 13.5cm long, Solomon Hougham, London 1811, 3oz £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 516 A George III silver oval mustard, quite plain, hinged cover with chair-back thumbpiece, reeded borders, blue glass liner, 8.5cm wide, Alexander Field, London 1798 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

517 517 A George III silver oval swing handled cake dish, pierced and bright-cut engraved with stiff leaves, pendants and wriggle-work, pierced foot, crested, 37.5cm wide, London 1794, 23.5oz Heraldry: Crest of Lefroy of Carrickglass, Co. Longford £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 518 A George III silver oval swing-handled sweetmeat basket, beaded borders, the side pierced and engraved with wrigglework, 14.5cm wide, London 1780 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

519 519 A George III silver panelled navette shaped tea caddy, flush-hinged domed cover with ring finial, 15cm wide, Andrew Fogelberg & Stephen Gilbert, London 1789, 14oz gross Heraldry: Arms of Elers of Chelsea £1200 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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520 A George III silver pap boat, bright-cut engraved everted border, 12.5cm wide, London 1789 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 521 A George III silver pap boat, quite plain, 11cm long, London 1773 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 522 A George III silver tapered rounded rectangular pocket case, push-fitting cover, engraved with Scottish crest and motto Tout Hardie, wrigglework borders, 5.5cm long, c.1800 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

523 523 A George III silver urnular pedestal argyle, domed cover with ball finial, fruitwood scroll-capped handle, circular base with reeded border, 16cm high, London 1785, 13oz gross £500 - £700 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 524 A George III silver wine funnel, bowed circular bowl, reeded borders, curved spout, 11.5cm long, maker AD, London 1794 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 525 A George III style silver ogee wine funnel, quite plain, reeded border, 11.5cm long, London 1977 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 526 A George III style silver tumbler cup, quite plain, 7.5cm diam, Garrard & Co, London 1977; another, 6.5cm diam, conforming maker, London 1976 (2) 8oz £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 527 A George III style silver wine funnel, 12.5cm long, London 1993 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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528 A George IV half fluted sugar bowl, gadrooned rim, acanthus wrapped loop handle, paw and scroll feet, 18.5cm wide, London 1824, 12.5oz £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 529 A George IV silver half-fluted campana goblet, chased with a broad band of flowers, C-scrolls and foliage, domed circular foot, 14.5cm high, London 1824, 6oz £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

530 530 A George V silver composed four piece octagonal tea service, quarter girdle, domed covers, angular ebonised handles, Goldsmith and Silversmith Company, London 1901 and 1903, 61oz £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 531 A George V silver half-fluted milk jug and sugar basin, angular scroll handles, gadrooned borders, 20cm wide, London 1910 (2), 15oz gross £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 532 A George V silver miniature pedestal cup and cover, chased with flowers and scrolling foliage, acanthus-capped double scroll handles, domed base, gadrooned borders, 9cm high, Martin, Hall & Co, Sheffield 1921; a 17th century style silver quaich, flared rim, acanthus-capped scroll handles, 14.5cm wide, Birmingham 2003, 7oz £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 533 A George V silver novelty baby’s rattle, cast with an upright teddy bear recto and verso, flanked by a pair of bells, mother-of-pearl grip, ivorine teething ring, 18cm long overall, Crisford & Norris Ltd, Birmingham 1923 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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534 A George V silver ovoid pedestal goblet, brightcut engraved with an oval garland cartouche and wrigglework borders, domed circular foot, 12.5cm high, London 1924 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

543 A George VI silver three piece tea service, comprising teapot, milk jug and sugar basin, scroll borders, scroll-capped handles, the teapot 26cm long, Sheffield 1941, 34oz £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

535 A George V silver rectangular easel dressing table mirror, embossed with a border of swags, 36cm high, D * J Welby, London 1916 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

544 A German silver-gilt ‘pineapple’ goblet, in the Renaissance taste, engraved with a band of strapwork, set with a 1729 Stolberg two-thirds thaler, domed foot, 11cm high £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

536 A George V silver rounded rectangular boat shaped sweetmeat basket, pierced borders, swing handle, 23.5cm wide, Birmingham 1934, 14oz £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 537 A George V silver rounded rectangular boat shaped swing-handled cake dish, gadrooned borders with shells and acanthus to angles, spreading foot, 23.5cm wide, Barnards, London 1912, 14oz £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 538 A George V silver rounded rectangular patent tambour top vesta case, slide-action mechanism, 6.5cm long, R H Jones & Sons, Birmingham 1915 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 539 A George V silver sauce boat and stand, beaded acanthus capped scroll handle, hairy paw feet, the stand quite plain, 21cm wide, Birmingham 1912, 12oz £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 540 A George V silver shaped circular salver, inscribed and engraved with signatures, 31cm diam, Sheffield 1933, 28oz £200 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 541 A George V silver shaving mug, of typical form, detachable liner, angular ebonised handle, 10.5cm high, Deakin & Francis, Birmingham 1911; brush en suite, Birmingham 1912 (2) £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 542 A George V silver swing handled trug-shaped cake basket, gadrooned border with flower heads, spreading foot, 23cm wide, George Jackson & David Fullerton, London 1914, 14oz £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

545 545 A graduated set of five Elizabeth II silver and enamel miniature models, of mallard ducks, 4.5cm high, London 2002; a pig, 4.5cm long (6) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 546 A Historicist Revival silver ‘chyselephantine’ figure, of a knight, he stands, in armour and holding a lance, plinth base with heraldic devices, 33cm high, 19th/early 20th century, 21oz £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

547 547 A large 18th century French silver porringer, pierced shaped lug handles, inscribed Mr’re Nico’s Huard Comte De Subligne, 26.5cm wide, 9oz £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 548 A large Edwardian silver and clear glass lobed ovoid preserve jar, ball finial, 13.5cm high, Heath & Middleton, Birmingham 1903 £70 - £90 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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549 A large Edwardian silver two-handled rose bowl, central girdle, flying scroll handles, inscribed Lord Fitzwilliam Hunt, Point to Point Races, April 21st 1904, Members Light Race, Won by Dr P Bennett’s Adare, Ridden by the Owner, 46cm wide over handles, Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1903, 45oz, ebonised pedestal £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

554 A late 18th/early 19th century Dutch silver circular box, stand-away hinged cover engraved with a band of flowerheads, beaded borders, 12cm diam, Rotterdam marks, date letter R, 15oz £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

551 A large Victorian silver shaped rectangular table snuff box, engraved with scrolling foliage, gilt interior, hinged cover, 10cm wide, Edward Smith, Birmingham 1852 £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

555 555 A late 19th century Continental silver-gilt and enamel zarf, decorated in polychrome with oval reserves of figures, on a ground of leafy scrolls, shaped circular foot, 6cm high, c.1900 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 556 A late Victorian silver oval squeeze-action snuff box, 8cm wide, William Neale, Birmingham 1900; a George V silver tea strainer, Birmingham 1917; a Victorian mustard, London 1886; a napkin ring, set with a cabochon, Birmingham 1938 (4) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 552 552 A large Victorian silver water ewer, of GrecianRevival design, engraved with flowers and leafy strapwork, hinged fluted cover with knop finial, scrollcapped fruitwood handle, spreading circular foot, 37.5cm high, Gough & Silvester, Birmingham 1860, 36oz gross £1200 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 553 A late 18th/early 19th century Continental silver circular wine coaster, the border pierced with intersecting circles, milled borders, 12cm diam, c.1800 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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557 A pair Irish silver whiskey tots, gilt interiors, 5cm high, Dublin 1973; a Victorian oval hip flask, 8.5cm long, London 1894; an Elizabeth II silver and enamel oval wine label, Sherry, decorated with fruiting vine, 7cm wide, Birmingham 1989 (4) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 558 A pair of 18th century Dutch silver canted square table candlesticks, of seamed construction, cast and chased with portrait busts, trophies and Classical devices, 22.5cm high, 38.5oz £1500 - £2000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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559 A pair of Arts and Crafts silver and oak candlesticks, barley twist columns, domed circular bases, 20.5cm high, Birmingham 1924 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

563 A pair of early Victorian silver novelty sugar nips, as harlequin, 12cm long, London 1845 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 564 A pair of Edwardian silver and enamel napkin holders, each decorated with flowers, 10cm long, Birmingham 1908 £250 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 565 A pair of Elizabeth II silver novelty table decorations, cast as game birds, 13cm and 14.5cm long, C J Vander, London 1972 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 566 A pair of Elizabeth II silver pedestal goblets, bright-cut engraved with cartouches, knopped stems, domed circular bases, gilt interiors, 11cm high, Birmingham 1965 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

560 560 A pair of early 20th century Danish silver wrythen-fluted table candlesticks, campana sconces, knopped stems, domed bases, 25cm high, Christophersen, Assay Master’s mark of Christian F Heise, Copenhagen c.1904 - 1932 £120 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

561 561 A pair of early George III Rococo silver sauce boats, acanthus-capped scroll handles, gadrooned rims, rocaille bases, crested, 17.5cm long, London 1766, 18oz £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 562 A pair of early Victorian Rococo Revival silver table candlesticks, fluted and embossed with flowers and scrolling acanthus, 28.5cm high, Henry Wilkinson & Co, Sheffield 1840 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

567 A pair of Elizabeth II silver salt and pepper mills, 10cm high, London 1981; a Victorian silver navette shaped five-bar toast rack, loop handle, ball and claw feet, 13.5cm wide, London 1891 (3) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

568 568 A pair of George II cast silver table candlesticks, detachable nozzles, knopped stems, shaped square bases with shells to angles, 21cm high, William Gould, London 1748, 33oz £1500 - £1800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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574 A pair of George III style silver bowed circular wine coasters, draught turned bases, 13cm diam, Wakely & Wheeler, London 1990 £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 575 A pair of George III style silver bowed circular wine coasters, quite plain, draught turned base, 13.5cm diam, London 1978 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 576 A pair of George IV lobed circular salts, everted rims, with leaves and flowerheads, leafy pad feet with anthemions, gilded interiors, 9cm diam, Edward, Edward junior, John & William Barnard, London 1828, 8oz £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

569 569 A pair of George II Rococo cast silver table candlesticks, detachable nozzles, reel-shaped sconces, knopped stems, shaped circular bases, six shells to angles, 21.5cm high, John Cafe, London 1754, 32oz £1500 - £2000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

577 A pair of George IV silver cut-out wine labels, Madeira and Sherry, each as a vine leaf, 8.5cm wide, Charles Rawlings, London 1824 £250 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

570 A pair of George III cauldron shaped salt cellars, blue glass liners, cabriole legs, stepped pad feet, 6.5cm diam, London 1782 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 571 A pair of George III silver circular pedestal salts, beaded borders, gilt interiors, 7cm diam, incuse duty mark, William Skeen, London 1784, 4oz £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 578 578 A pair of George V Adam Revival silver twobranch candelabra, adapting to singular candlesticks, centred by urnular finials, scroll arms, detachable nozzles, fluted sconces and bases, 32cm high, 25cm wide, Hawksworth, Eyre & Co Ltd, Sheffield 1911 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 572 572 A pair of George III silver oval open sauce tureens, beaded borders, rustic branch handles, scroll feet with acanthus to knees, 22.5cm wide, London 1770, 30oz £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 573 A pair of George III silver sauce boats, acanthuscapped flying scroll handles, wavy borders, hoof feet, 17.5cm long, Thomas Shepherd, London 1778, 13oz £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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579 A pair of George V Scottish silver heraldic menu holders, each as a heart shaped device centred by a cross and crested by a coronet, 5cm wide, Edinburgh 1911 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 580 A pair of George V silver sauce boats,of George III design, flying-scroll handles, scroll feet, 15.5cm long, P. J. Finch, Birmingham 1934, 7oz £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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584 581 A pair of Iranian silver candlesticks, typically chased overall in the Persian taste, domed circular bases, 7cm high, early 20th century; a miniature pail, similar, 10.5cm high (3), 13oz £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

584 A pair of large 18th century Irish Provincial silver sauce boats, acanthus capped flying scroll handles wavy borders, shell feet, 18.5cm long, George Hodder, Cork c.1760, 17.5oz £1500 - £2000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

582 A pair of Italian circular salts, engine turned borders, lion paw feet, 8cm diam, 19th century £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

585 A pair of unusual Edwardian silver novelty combination napkin rings and menu holders, 4cm square, Rd. No. 448097, Saunders & Shepherd, Chester 19004, cased £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 586 A pair of Victorian silver candlesticks, of George I design, campana sconce, canted square bases, 15cm high, George Fox, London 1874 £500 - £700 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 587 A pair of Victorian silver salad servers, shell bowls, facetted clear glass handles, 26.5cm long, John Grinsell & Sons, Birmingham 1891 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

583 583 A pair of Italian silver three-light candelabra, campana sconces, scroll branches, tapered pillars, fluted and embossed with bands of lotus, domed circular bases with beaded borders, 37cm high, marked 800, 20th century £500 - £700 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

588 A Persian silver rectangular box, hinged cover chased with musicians, on a ground of stylised foliage, bracket feet, 14cm wide, marked; another, similar, smaller, 8.5cm wide (2), 14.5oz £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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592 A set of eight Queen Anne design Britannia silver octagonal trencher salts, quite plain, spreading bases with reeded borders, 8.5cm diam, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, London 1906, 30oz £1500 - £1800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 593 A set of four Edwardian silver demi-lune napkin rings, each pierced with scrolls and centred by a vacant oval cartouche, 5.5cm wide, Nathan Brothers, Birmingham 1904, cased £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

589 589 A Russian silver and niello rounded rectangular cigarette case, hinged cover applied with a gold coloured metal monogram and engraved with scrolling foliage and Greek key, 11.5cm long, kokoshnik mark, c.1908 - 1926 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 590 A Russian silver flared octagonal vodka cup, engraved with flowers and foliage, scroll handle, fluted circular base, 5cm high, marked NLS?, 19th century £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

594 A set of three 19th century Russian silver cauldron salt cellars and spoons, quite plain, gilt reservoirs, bun feet, the spoons with arrowhead finials, spheres above bowls, 2.4cm high, Karl (Kirill) Albrecht for Nichols & Plinke, assayer’s mark Ivan Vonifatiyevich Yevstigneyev, Moscow 1870 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 595 A silver novelty vesta case, as a pig, hinged head, striker to base, marked 925, 6.5cm long £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 596 A South American silver shaped circular dinner plate, quite plain, moulded border, 21.5cm diam, 19th century; another similar, 19cm diam (2), 20oz £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

591 A Russian silver rounded rectangular snuff box, reeded overall, hinged cover, 7cm wide, maker AAC, Moscow, 19th century £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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598 598 A substantial George III Neo-Classical silver table centre epergne, the central navette shaped basket above four branches and a gallery with eight further smaller conforming dishes, pierced and reeded borders, oval base with an apron of swags and oval reserves, depicting Maria of Moulins with her dog Silvio and other protagonists from the work of Laurence Sterne’s A Sentimental Journey Through France and Italy of 1768, hairy paw feet, 43.5cm high, William Pitts & Joseph Preedy, London 1793, 118oz Heraldry: Arms & crest of second son of The Macneill of Barra, Chief of the Macneils £12000 - £15000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

597 597 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 - £1800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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602 A Victorian silver conical bachelor’s coffee pot, of George I design, hinged cover with knop finial, scrollcapped ebonised handle, skirted base, 16.5cm high, Londom 1893, 13.5oz gross Heraldry: Crest of Sir Thomas Taylour, 2nd Earl of Bective (Irish peerage) of Headfort House, Co. Meath. He was raised to the Marquessate of Headfort 29/12/1800, so the engraving must pre-date his knowledge of this event (it was a reward for voting the Irish Parliament out of existence!. He had succeeded to his father’s title in 1795 (I think you said the mark was 1800). Provenance therefore Headfort (where the family still live) or the Dublin town house. £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 599 599 A Victorian silver and enamel rounded rectangular novelty vesta case, decorated with an amusing pictogram, A [Match] For You At Any Time, hinged cover, striker to base, 5cm long, Birmingham 1895 £300 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 600 A Victorian silver bowl, quite plain, 10.5cm diam, Charles Stuart Harris, London 1898; a tea strainer and stand, Birmingham 1981; a preserve jar (faults); an Indian silver dish (4), 12oz weighable sterling silver £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

603 A Victorian silver flared cylindrical beaker, chased overall with faux snakeskin texture and inscribed County of Gloucester Rifle Association 1866, Presented by the Countess of Ducie, Won by Lieut. Stock, 1st G.A.V.C, gilt interior, 9cm high, William Stocker, London 1864 Julia, Countess of Ducie was daughter of James Haughton Langton of Sarsdon, Oxon., MP and in 1849 married Henry Reynolds-Moreton, later 3rd Earl of Ducie (succ. 1853, d. 1921), the builder of the present Tortworth Court, in Gloucestershire £250 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

601 A Victorian silver circular easel dressing table mirror, shaped base, bevelled plate, 32cm high, London 1898 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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604 604 A Victorian silver gentleman’s travelling picnic set, comprising beaker, combination salt, pepper and mustard, wine goblet, double-spoon and folding knife, fork and spoon, the latter with corkscrew, the beaker 9cm high, Brownett & Rose, London 1860, the goblet John Harris 1856, an associated mother of pearl mounted fruit knife Sheffield 1893, cylindrical leather case £1200 - £1800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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605 A Victorian silver mounted green flashed glass double-ended scent bottle, hinged and screw-fitting covers, 14.5cm long, Sampson Mordan & Co, London 1874 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 606 A Victorian silver mounted hobnail-cut clear glass ovoid claret jug, hinged cover, angular handle, star-cut base, 19.5cm high, John Grinsell & Sons, Birmingham 1886 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

609 A Victorian silver rounded rectangular dressing table tray, frilled fluted border, the field embossed with leafy scrolls centred by a cartouche, 26.5cm wide, Birmingham 1898; brushes, mirrors and toilet jars, various dates and makers (9) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 610 A Victorian silver rounded rectangular gentleman’s desk companion, hinged cover enclosing a vesta and provision for cigarettes, gilt interior, 12cm wide, maker TW, London 1897 £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 611 A Victorian silver shaped circular waiter, of George III design, fluted border with shells and C and Sscrolls, ball and claw feet, 17.5cm diam, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths’ Company, Sheffield 1892, 7oz £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 612 A Victorian silver spreading cylindrical hunting flask, domed hinged bayonet cover, 25cm high, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1894, 7oz gross £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 613 A Victorian silver sugar caster, of William & Mary design, pierced domed cover, frilled border, fluted skirted base, 14cm high, Joseph Haywood & Co, Sheffield 1885, 5oz £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

607 607 A Victorian silver pedestal urnular coffee pot, hinged domed cover with pine cone finial, the side chased with putto-masks, festoons and bright-cut engraved with ribbon-tied swags, acanthus capped spout, scroll handle and domed circular foot, 29cm high, Martin, Hall & Co, London 1871, 32oz gross £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 608 A Victorian silver rounded rectangular aide memoir, embossed with frolicking putti, hinged cover enclosing watered silk lined compartments and an ivorine tablet, 8.5cm wide, Birmingham 1889, fitted leather case £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

614 A Victorian silver tapered cylindrical beaker, quite plain, gilt interior, 10.5cm high, maker WE, London 1880, 4.5oz £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 615 A Victorian silver urnular pedestal sugar basket, swing handle, beaded borders, 12cm high, Frederick Brasted, London 1862, 5oz £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 616 A Victorian silver wax jack, in the 18th century taste, sprung mechanism, pierced nip and domed base, gadrooned borders, ball and claw feet, 17.5cm high, maker AC, London c.1880 £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 617 A Victorian silver whistle, probably military, reeded canon barrel sleeve with acanthus girdles, mounts to verso for a belt or sash, 6cm long, Joseph Braham London 1859 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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618 A William IV silver cut-out wine label, Madeira, cast as a vine leaf, 7.5cm wide, Benjamin Smith III, London 1834 £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 619 A William IV silver drum mustard, quite plain, hinged cover with oval thumbpiece, angular scroll handle, reeded borders, blue glass liner, 7.5cm diam, London 1833 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 620 A William IV silver wine label, Madeira, embossed with Bacchic putti revelling amongst fruiting vine, 6.5cm wide, Yapp & Woodward, Birmingham 1835 £70 - £90 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 621 Adrian Gerald Benney (1930 - 2008) - an Elizabeth II silver tumbler cup, quite plain above a bark textured band, gilt interior, 5.5cm high, London 1975 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 623 623 An 18th century Dutch Rococo silver covered jug, scroll-capped fruitwood handle, acanthus feet, 17cm high, 11oz gross £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 624 An 18th century Irish style silver three-piece tea service, comprising teapot, milk jug and sugar basin, spirally-fluted and punch-beaded with bands and shield shaped cartouches, hoof feet, the teapot with ebonised scroll-capped handle, 28.5cm long, Barker Brothers, Chester 1908, 30.5oz gross £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 625 An 18th century silver and tortoiseshell gentleman connoisseur’s folding pocket lens, reeded bezel and mounts, 7.5cm wide, c.1750 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 626 An 18th century silver mounted sea shell snuff box, hinged cover with reeded border, gilt interior, 9cm wide, c.1780 £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 622 622 An 18th century Channel Islands silver bell shaped beaker, flared rim, domed foot, crested, 9cm high, struck twice with maker’s mark IL only, possibly Jacques Limbour, Jersey, c.1770, 4oz £700 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

627 An 18th/early 19th century Swedish silver oval snuff box, hinged cover wrigglework engraved with a flowering stem, 9.5cm wide £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 628 An 19th century French silver-gilt beaker, reeded rim, domed fluted foot, 11cm high, maker CL £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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629 An Art Deco silver and enamel circular compact, hinged cover decorated in tones of blue with radiating bands, enclosing a mirror, 6.5cm diam, Birmingham 1946 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

637 An Art Nouveau silver easel photograph frame, embossed with a young beauty, wearing a flowing dress she stands, reaching towards a butterfly, circular aperture, 17.5cm high, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1910 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

630 An Art Deco silver easel clock, with white enamelled dial with Arabic numerals, stepped engine turned case, 13cm wide, Birmingham 1935 £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

638 An Arts and Crafts silver circular pedestal comport, dished base, the stem with three pierced sinuous brackets, domed foot, planished overall, 16cm diam, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1907, 6oz £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

631 An Art Deco silver four piece tea service, comprising teapot, hot water jug, sugar basin and milk jug, engraved with bands of scrolling foliage, angular geometric handles and bracket feet, the tea and water pots with ivory fittings, the latter 18.5cm high, Stower & Wragg Ltd, Sheffield 1946; a canted two-handled rectangular tray, reeded border, geometric angles in the manner of Georg Jensen, 62cm wide, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1945, 110oz gross £1500 - £2000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

639 An Arts and Crafts silver cylindrical sugar caster, pierced bun shaped cover, 13.5cm high, Roberts & Belk, Sheffield 1904 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 640 An Austrain silver cream jug, scroll handle, 6.5cm high, 6.5cm high, 19th century £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

632 An Art Deco silver rectangular dish, geometric borders and lug handles, 12.5cm wide, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1935 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 633 An Art Deco silver teapot, hinged cover, bakelite geometric handle, 22cm long, Deakin & Francis, Birmingham 1938, 13oz £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 634 An Art Deco silver three piece conical condiment set, comprising salt, pepper and mustard, stepped geometric covers and bases, the pepper 8.5cm high, Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield 1934 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 635 An Art Deco silver two-handled oval dish, fluted geometric scroll handles, 18cm wide, Wakely & Wheeler, London 1944, 4oz £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 636 An Art Nouveau silver and cut glass specimen vase, inverted baluster reservoir with lobed fluted rim, tapering sides cut and etched with geometric motifs, the weighted base lightly planished and cast with shaped sinuous flowerheads, 30.5cm high, indistinct maker’s mark and date letter, Birmingham, c. 1910 £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

641 641 An early 19th century Colonial silver pint tankard, hinged cover with pierced thumbpiece above three reeded girdles, scroll handle, 14cm high, apparently unmarked, c.1820, 14.5oz £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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642 An early 20th century Continental silver and enamel rounded rectangular cigarette case, the cover decorated with an Orientalist tableau in polychrome, push-button mechanism, 9cm wide, c. 1910 £800 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

648 An Edwardian silver mounted clear glass whisky noggin, hinged cover, scroll handle, star-cut base, 11.5cm high, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd, London 1908 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

643 An early George III Rococo cast silver taperstick, detachable nozzle, knopped stem, shaped circular base with shells to angles, 16.5cm high, Elizabeth Cooke, London 1768, 7oz £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

649 An Edwardian silver novelty pin cushion, as a pig, 5cm long, Adie & Lovekin Ltd, London 1904 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

644 An Edwardian pedestal comport, the shaped circular bowl pierced with scrolling foliage, 24.5cm diam, R F Mosley & Co, Sheffield 1909, 15oz £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 645 An Edwardian silver and leather-mounted glass hip flask, hinged domed bayonet-fitting cover, the base detachable as a beaker, 15.5cm long, Sheffield 1908 £120 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 646 An Edwardian silver half-fluted coffee pot, hinged domed cover, bright-cut engraved borders, ebonised scroll-capped handle, 24cm high, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1907, 22oz gross £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 647 An Edwardian silver hexagonal table top pot pourri casket, hinged cover pierced and embossed with birds amongst fruiting branches, ball and claw feet, 14.5cm diam, Daniel & John Wellby, London 1906, 13oz £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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650 An Edwardian silver pear shaped caster, of 18th century design, chased with flowers and C-scrolls, spirally fluted knop finial, pierced bell shaped cover, domed circular foot, 13.5cm high, Birmingham 1903 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 651 An Edwardian silver rounded rectangular pocket cigarette case, lightly planished overall, gilt interior, 8.5cm long, Sampson Mordan & Co, London 1906; an Art Deco silver and enamel hand mirror, engine turned with radiating bands, 28cm long, Alexander Clark, Birmingham 1938; another brush and mirror set, Birmingham 1947;a silver tea strainer; another; etc (9) £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 652 An Edwardian silver shaped oval swing handled cake basket, the side pierced and embossed with scrolling foliage, bun feet, 31.5cm wide, James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1903, 19oz £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 653 An Edwardian silver three-section stamp box, hinged cover with glazed apertures, ball feet, 9cm wide, James Deakin & Son, Birmingham 1902 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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654 An Elizabeth II cast silver regimental military figure, of a Hussar, he stands, his sword at his side, mahogany plinth, 29.5cm high, London 1978 £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 655 An Elizabeth II silver circular rose bowl, designed for Churchill Mint by Ron Shaw to Commemorate the 200th Anniversary of the Sheffield Assay Office, pierced cover with ball finial, 20.5cm diam, Sheffield 1973, 28.5oz £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 656 An Elizabeth II silver letter knife, the haft cast with scrolling vine, 19.5cm long, Birmingham 1976; another, American, Kirk & Son, 15cm long (2) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 657 An Elizabeth II silver mounted hobnail-cut clear glass ice bucket, star-cut base, 15cm high, Birmingham 1989 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 658 An Elizabeth II silver whisky quaich or wine taster, scroll handles, 14cm wide, Birmingham 1959 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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659 An Indian silver bowed circular pedestal bowl, pierced shaped everted rim, chased in panels with temples and dwellings in a landscape, domed circular foot, 24cm diam, early 20th century, 25oz £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 660 An Indian silver canted rectangular tray, the field chased with elephants, lions and other wild animals in combat, within pierced bands of scrolling foliage, faux bamboo handles and border, lotus shaped feet, 37cm wide, c.1920 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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661 An Indian silver circular box, push-fitting cover chased with a deity astride a peacock, the side with birds amongst a profusion of scrolling foliage, 11.5cm diam, 19th century, 11oz £300 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 662 An Indian silver coloured metal oval box or caddy, hinged cover with swing handle, profusely chased with birds, flowers and dense foliage, bun feet, 12cm wide, 19th century, 11oz £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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663 An Indian silver tapered cylindrical beaker, chased with a band of deities on a textured ground, 10cm high; another, smaller; a pair of shaped oval sweetmeat dishes, 10.5cm wide, Orr, Madras, c.1920; etc (5), 10.5oz gross £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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664 An Irish silver conical chocolate pot, hinged domed cover with knop finial, turned fruitwood handle, skirted base, 19.5cm high, bearing marks for William Nolan, Dublin 1819, 10oz £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 665 An Italian ecclesiastical silver holy water stoop, the wall mount embossed with acorns and flowering branches, centred by Chi-Rho christogram, 25cm long overall, 19th century; two silvered corpus christi (3) £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 666 An unusual Aesthetic Movement silver bowed square bachelor’s teapot, embossed with lotus, canewrapped scroll handle, 16cm long, c.1880 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 667 An unusual Elizabeth II silver cylindrical pill box, the push-fitting cover set with mineral samples, 3cm high, London 1985 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 668 An unusual George III silver demi-lune snuff box, knop finial, gilt interior, 9cm wide, maker WP, London 1815 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 669 An unusual Victorian silver and clear glass flask shaped scent bottle, trefoil stopper, shaped mounts, 8.5cm long, Henry William Dee, London 1875 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

671 An unusually large silver mounted brandy glass, quite plain, spreading circular base, 30.5cm high £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 672 Asprey & Co - a George III style wine funnel, milled border, shell rest, 11.5cm long, London 1978 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 673 Christopher Nigel Lawrence - a parcel-gilt silver Royal commemorative double surprise mushroom, produced for the Wedding of H.R.H Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer, enclosing an elf and fairy polishing the Prince of Wales feathers and the Spencer coat of arms, on plateaux decorated in enamel with a C and D respectively, slate base, 18cm high, London 1981 £250 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 674 Dunhill - an Art Deco silver and enamel rectangular McMurdo table lighter, Pat. No. 590958, engine turned with fanned rays and decorated in tones of pale green, 7.5cm wide, Alexander Clark Co Ltd, Birmingham 1947 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 675 Golf - an Elizabeth II silver mounted clear glass novelty desk weight, as a golf club, hobnail base, 10.5cm high, London 1993; a pencil and marker (2) £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 676 Liberty & Co - an Arts and Crafts silver rectangular matchbox sleeve, chased with a band of stylised leafy motifs, 8.5cm wide, Birmingham 1913 £150 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 677 Modern Design - a set of four Elizabeth II silver wine goblets, quite plain, gilt interiors, tall stems, domed circular bases, 18cm high, Robert Welch, London 1970, 24oz £700 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

670 670 An unusual Victorian silver inkstand, the design based on an 18th century strawberry dish, hinged cover, glass liner, 17cm diam, Thomas of Bond Street, London and Birmingham 1890/91 Heraldry: Crest of a member of the family of the Duke of Portland (left: Bentinck, right: Cavendish). £150 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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678 Modern Design - an Elizabeth II silver cylindrical table lighter, bark textured, 9cm high, George Grant MacDonald, London 1974 £120 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 679 Omar Ramsden - an Arts and Crafts silver and enamel circular dish, centred by a Tudor rose, on a planished ground, 11.5cm diam, London 1906 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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680 Omar Ramsden - an Arts and Crafts silver domed inkwell, hinged cover, planished overall and applied with a band of entwined thorny branches, 10cm diam, London 1925 £700 - £900 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 681 Omar Ramsden - an Arts and Crafts silver hexagonal bowl, shaped cresting pierced and cast with scrolling foliage, bracket feet, 11cm wide, London 1934, 6oz £700 - £900 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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682 682 Paul Storr - a large George III silver shaped oval meat dish, gadrooned border, crested, 55.5cm wide, London 1807 £2000 - £3000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 683 Paul Storr - a pair of William IV silver urnular salts, gilt interiors, wrapped reeded rims above wrythen flutes, domed bases, gilt interiors, 4cm high, London 1836 £500 - £700 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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684 Ramsden and Carr - an Arts and Crafts silver mounted oak rectangular table casket, hinged cover applied with Prince of Wales Feathers and inscribed Presented to the Officers Mess P.W.O. Civil Service Rifles By Surgeon Major T H Dickson, sinuous whiplash mounts to angles, hinged cover, the interior divided for cigarettes, bun feet, marked Omar Ramsden et Alwyn Carr Me Fecerunt, 110-B, C.3723.5cm wide, London 1910 £1500 - £2000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 685 Scottish Interest- an early Victorian silver bowed rectangular table snuff box, hinged cover inscribed Presented to Charles McDiarmid Esquire of Bohally by the Highlanders of Rannoch Atholl as a mark of respect for his character and gratitude for his services, 1842, within borders of flowers and dense foliage, engine turned base, gilt interior, 8.5cm wide, Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1837 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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688 686 Stuart Devlin (1931 - 2018) - an Elizabeth II parcelgilt silver porringer, to commemorate the Christening of Prince William, 4th August 1982, scroll handles, the lower section with a band of lilies, 6cm high, London 1982, 4.5oz £250 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

688 A George IV silver lobed melon shaped teapot and cover, embossed with flowerhead and leaves, domed cover, flower and leaf finial, 17cm high, London 1829, 22oz; a conforming cream jug, 5oz £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 689 An Egyptian silver qubba shaped incense burner, crescent cresting, tripod base with pad feet, 21cm high; an American silver circular bowl, quite plain, fluted foot ring, 13cm diam, Webster, Massachusetts; an American silver circular dish; a Mexican silver dish, as a sombrero, (4), 18oz £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 690 An Arts and Crafts silver spreading cylindrical christening mug, embossed with stylised leaves and organic motifs, angular scroll handle, 7.5cm high, Jenkins & Timm, Sheffield 1902 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

687 687 Stuart Devlin (1931 - 2018) - an Elizabeth II silver cylindrical sugar caster, domed pierced cover, bark textured, 15cm high, London 1977, 6oz £700 - £900 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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691 Nottingham Horticultural Interest - Victorian silver ovoid pedestal goblet, chased and engraved with stylised flowers, foliage and beaded oval cartouches, inscribed National Cactus & Succulent Society, Nottingham Branch, The Churchman Challenge Cup, 23.5cm high, London 1874; a Victorian silver two-handled cup, The LA Higson Cup, 15cm high, London 1866; an Art Deco silver trophy cup, Birmingham 1948; others, E.P.N.S, various (11), 22oz silver £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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Watches

705, 702 &, 700 700 A George II Rococo gold pair case pocket watch, by Dupin, London, 3cm white enamel dial inscribed with Roman numerals and Arabic subsidiaries, blue steel spade hands, verge escapement, three pillars, engraved balance wheel cover, the inner case quite plain, the outer case cast and chased with leafy scrolls, landscape and profile vignettes, suspension loop, 4cm diam overall, maker’s mark only, TP over A, London c. 1750 £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 701 A lady’s purse watch, the rectangular champagne dial inscribed Movado, Arabic numerals to quarters, sliding crocodile skin case, 4.75cm wide, c.1930 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 702 A late George II or early George III gold and black lacquer repeating pair case pocket watch, by Chs. Quenouault [Charles], London, 3.5cm white enamel dial with Roman numerals and Arabic subsidiaries, brass spade hands, verge escapement, three pillars, engraved balance wheel cover, the inner case pierced and engraved with ho-ho birds, grotesque profiles and a rambling house surrounded by a walled garden, lacquer outer case with a central gilt flowerhead flanked by alternating foliage, 5cm diam overall, c.1760 £2000 - £3000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

703 703 Rolex - a 1930s 9ct gold cased Rolex Prince Chronometre wristwatch, silvered dial, Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds, blued hands, manual 1260 18 jewel Swiss movement, rectangular tank case, import marks Glasgow 1937, serial No 39660 1541, later brown leather strap, 28g gross £4000 - £4500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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706 705 A Louis XVI gold and amethyst guilloché enamel pair case pocket watch, by A: Jaquet, à Paris, 3.5cm white enamel inscribed, Roman numerals and Arabic subsidiaries, winding hole and blue steel hands, signed verge movement, the outer case centred by a platted lock of hair in an oval frame as a memento mori, crested by a ribbon and with swags to apron, on a circular reserve of guilloché enamel decorated with spheres, the bezel with a pearl border, suspension loop, winding key en suite, 4.4cm diam overall, c. 1790 £2000 - £3000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 706 A pair of 9ct gold Queen Elizabeth II silver Jubilee limited edition goblets, No 2/100, by Toye Kenning & Spencer Ltd, Birmingham 1977, 406g gross total weight, cased as a pair with certificate £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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707 A Sanders Kensington diamond set cocktail watch, silver dial,Arabic numerals, ornate white metal case inset with a band of twenty eight round old brilliant cut diamonds, total estimated diamond weight approx 0.84ct, Swiss manual wind movement, case stamped Sanders Kensington, ornate 9ct white gold bracelet strap, 18.2g gross, c.1920 Sanders, Kensington, London, retailers. Founded by Henry Williamson in 1865, they became an increasingly more important English wholesale and retail firm as they acquired the business of Charles Hutton Errington of Coventry in 1895 and the remnants of the English Watch Company in 1897. With a head office in London, Williamson produced mainly machine-made pocket watches and some wristwatches. £150 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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709 708 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% 709 A Wellington Commemorative Picture Medal by Toye, Kenning and Spencer Ltd, one of a limited edition of 200 struck in 22ct solid gold, the two section 22ct gold case containing thirteen pictorial roundel’s after Edward Orme, depicting ‘’The Battles of the British Army in Portugal, Spain and France from 1808-1814’’, 78mm diameter, 183g gross, cased with tweezers as issued, No 58/200 £1200 - £1800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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710 Barbos - a Robur automatic professional wristwatch, black dial, block baton markers, minute track, centre seconds, date aperture, unidirectional bezel, automatic Miyota 8215 21 jewel movement, 500m water proof stainless steel case, black chain mesh bracelet strap, original steel bracelet strap (detached), cased and boxed, purchased 04/09/14 £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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711 Barbos - a Stingray automatic professional wristwatch, blue dial, Arabic numerals and block baton markers, minute track, red centre seconds hand, date aperture, unidirectional bezel, automatic Miyota 8215 21 jewel movement, 500m water proof stainless steel case, blue fabric strap, original rubber and steel strap (detached), cased and boxed, purchased 04/09/14 £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

714 Deep Blue - a Pro Aqua 1500 Diver automatic wristwatch, green metallic dial, tapering block batons, minute track, centre seconds, day/date aperture, unidirectional green and black two tone bezel, automatic movement, 47mm diameter stainless steel case and original stainless steel bracelet, cased with instructions booklet £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

712 Bathys Hawaii - a 100 Fathoms Aquaculture wristwatch, mother of pearl dial, alternating Arabic numerals and baton markers, minute track, centre seconds, automatic Swiss movement, brushed steel case, original water proof black leather strap with deployment buckle, £200 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

715 Deep Blue - an Alpha Marine 500 automatic divers wristwatch, turquoise blue dial, orange Arabic quartered numerals and tapering block batons, minute track, centre seconds, date aperture, unidirectional blue bezel, ETA 2824-2 automatic movement, 46mm diameter stainless steel case, associated chain link stainless steel bracelet (fitted), original stainless steel bracelet detached, cased with instructions £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

713 Breitling - a Superocean Chronometer automatic stainless steel bracelet watch, ref. A1736402, serial no. 1380578, grey black dial, Arabic numerals, centre seconds with raised blue track, date aperture, unidirectional bezel, stainless steel case No A17364, automatic movement, 1500mtr water proof, blue Stingray skin strap, (fitted), cased and boxed with original rubber and stainless steel bracelets, instructions, warranty booklet and chronometer certificate etc, dated 08/06/2011 £1500 - £2000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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716 Fortis - a B42 chronograph automatic wristwatch, Ref 635.10.141.3 dark grey/black dial, three sub dials, Arabic numerals and baton markers, minute track, red centre seconds, outer Tachymeter scale, brushed steel case with rear movement window, No 16168, black crocodile skin effect leather strap, cased and boxed with original stainless steel bracelet, and instruction booklet £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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717 Glycine - a 3805 service wristwatch, black dial, quartered Arabic numerals and block batons, stainless steel case, quartz movement, white stitched black leather strap, Gold Smith Works box £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 718 Glycine - a GL 224 Ref 3863 Combat Sub 20 ATM wristwatch, deep blue dial, outer ring of block and dot baton markers, inner Arabic 13-24 hours ring, minute track, centre seconds, unidirectional bezel, stainless steel case, Ref 3863-3886-D8, serial No 137593, blue leather strap, boxed and cased with loose original dark blue rubber strap, with guarantee card, dated 17/10/2014 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 719 Glycine - a GL 224 Ref 3863 Combat Sub 20 ATM wristwatch, deep brown dial, outer ring of block and dot baton markers, inner Arabic 13-24 hours ring, minute track, centre seconds, unidirectional bezel, black PVD coated stainless steel case, Ref 3863-399-TB9, serial No 145968, cream leather strap, boxed and cased with loose original black fabric and leather strap, with guarantee card, dated 29/10/2013 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 720 Gruppo Gamma - a G1 wristwatch, black dial, SuperLuminova Arabic numerals and block baton markers, subsidiary seconds at 9 o’clock, cream and stainless steel hands, stainless steel 44mm case, glazed display back, 10ATM waterproof, manual wind Seagull Grade 1 movement, AP stitched black leather combat strap, cased with original Gruppo Gamma white stitched black leather strap, and warranty card, No 230001, dated 26 Nov 2013 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 721 Helson - a Shark Diver 500m divers wrist watch, white dial, aquamarine green/blue baton markers, minute track, centre seconds, unidirectional bezel, stainless steel case No 442, Miyota 9015 automatic movement, complete with three interchangeable straps, stainless steel bracelet, black rubber and green and orange woven fabric (fitted), barrel cased, purchased 14 Jan 2014 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

722 IWC - an Aquatimer 2000 3568 stainless steel bracelet watch, Ref IW356801, case No 3481352, black dial, raided block baton markers, yellow minute track, white and yellow hands, centre seconds, unidirectional yellow and black bezel, original polished and brushed stainless steel bracelet with deployment clasp, cased with spare bracelet links, instructions and warranty card, dated 16/03/2014 £1500 - £2000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 723 Laco 1925- a Valencia automatic wristwatch, Ref 861651, cream dial, Arabic numerals, minute track, centre seconds, date aperture, automatic 21 jewel movement, brown leather strap with deployment buckle, cased and boxed with original leather strap (detached) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 724 Magrette - a limited edition Moana Pacific Professional divers wristwatch, 012/500, multi tone grey dial, Arabic and block baton markers, rose gold coloured luminous hands, red centre seconds, unidirectional darker grey bezel, rose gold coloured case, 500m water resistant, automatic Miyota 9015 movement, white stitched red leather DeBeer Europa WR 9-05 24 148C strap, original strap (detached), wooden case with canvas inner bag and original paperwork £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 725 Magrette - a limited edition Moana Pacific Professional Vintage divers wristwatch, 069/500, multi tone coffee and flesh coloured dial, Arabic and block baton markers, rose gold coloured luminous hands, red centre seconds, unidirectional darker grey bezel, matt black PDV case, 500m water resistant, automatic Miyota 9015 movement, fitted to a DeBeer black Sting Ray skin and leather strap, No 04/06 24, 7A, original black rubber strap (detached), cased and boxed with inner travel bag and original paperwork £150 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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726 Montblanc - a Gentleman’s Timewalker 7210 wristwatch, serial No BB271456, black dial with alternating Arabic numeral and baton hour markers, minute track, date aperture at six. stainless steel case with exhibition case back, automatic movement, numbered 4810 409, associated black leather strap £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

729 No Watch - a limited edition One-Armed over sized wristwatch, ref ML1-11212, white dial, Arabic numerals, singer red hand, date aperture, Japanese quartz Miyota 2315-20Z movement, 50mm diameter stainless steel case, 5 ATM, black leather strap, cased with instruction leaflet £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

727 Muhle Glashutte - a limited edition SAR Anniversary Timer automatic wristwatch, 210/250, Ref M1-41-43, black dial, triangular and block baton markers, inner Red Arabic numerals, minute track, centre seconds, date aperture at 4 o`clock, red and black triple banded fixed bezel, 43mm wide, screw-down crown, stainless steel case with window back, 100mtrs ATM, automatic movement, red and black rubber strap (fitted), cased and boxed with original black rubber strap with bi-fold stainless clasp, instruction booklet, dated 27/04/13 £700 - £900 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

730 Omega - a 1940s manual wristwatch, cream dial, raised Roman numerals, minute track, subsidiary seconds, blued hands, manual OXG 15 jewel movement, serial No 9234545, stainless steel case, No 10093849, dark brown leather strap, c.1943 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

728 Must De Cartier - a Vermeil silver gilt cased wristwatch, gilt and Burgundy dial, quartered Roman numerals and linear batons, 925 silver gilt case, quartz movement, serial No 099990, impressed marks, snake skin effect leather strap £500 - £700 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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731 Omega - a 1940s 9ct gold cased wristwatch, cream dial, alternating Arabic numerals and arrow baton markers, minute track, centre seconds, gold and silvered hands, manual 234SC 15 jewel movement, serial No 9327393, 9ct gold case No 92981 40, inscribed verso Reg from Chris 43, brown leather strap, c.1943 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 732 Omega - a 1950s wristwatch, gloss black dial, gilt block baton markers, minute track, luminous hands, manual 268 cal 15 jewel movement, serial No 17143064, stainless steel and gilt metal case, No 14391-41, black leather strap, c.1959 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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733 Omega - a 1950s wristwatch, silvered dial, alternating Arabic numerals and baton arrows, minute track, subsidiary seconds, silvered hands, manual 265 cal movement, serial No 12139459, stainless steel Dennison case, No 13322 2917, red leather strap, c.1950 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 734 Omega - a 1970s F300 Hz Constellation Chronometer wristwatch, stripped silvered dial, raised block baton markers, minute track, centre seconds, date aperture, gold coloured case, 1250 cal quartz movement, serial No 34218670, stainless steel rear cover, No 1980003, brown leather snake skin strap with Omega buckle, c.1972 £250 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 735 Omega - a 1970s Seamaster automatic wristwatch, black dial, white baton markers, minute track, centre seconds, date aperture, stainless steel elongated octagonal case, automatic 1010 cal movement, serial No 42412432, case No 1660257, brown leather strap, c.1979 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 736 Omega - a retro 1950s 18ct rose gold cased wristwatch, black dial, raised Rose gold arrow batons, minute track, subsidiary seconds, rose gold coloured hands, manual cal 267 17 jewel movement, serial No 16351695, 18ct gold case, stamped Industria Argentina 750 18k C.73, inscribed and dated 13.11.61 verso, black leather strap, c 1959 £500 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 737 Omega - a retro 1950s Seamaster wristwatch, textured cream dial, raised baton markers, minute track, centre seconds, gilt hands, manual cal 283 17 jewel movement, serial No 13814606, gilt stainless steel case, stainless steel back, No 2938-3SC, black leather strap, c.1953 £250 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 738 Omega - a retro 1950s wristwatch, brushed silvered dial, raised Rose gold block batons,minute track, subsidiary seconds, rose gold coloured hands, manual cal 266 17 jewel movement, serial No 13977593, stainless steel case, stainless steel case back, black leather strap, c 1953 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

739 Omega - a retro 1950s wristwatch, textured dial, raised gold quartered Arabic numerals and arrow batons, minute track, centre seconds, gold coloured hands, manual cal 420 17 jewel movement, serial No 13647271, stainless steel case with internal cover, stainless steel case back No 2690 2 SC, black leather strap, c 1952 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 740 Omega - a retro 1960s Geneve wristwatch, cream dial, Arabic numerals, centre seconds, blued hands, manual 601 cal movement, serial No 25074500, stainless steel case, No 131.018, green leather strap, c.1967 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 741 Omega - a retro 1960s Geneve wristwatch, gilt dial, block baton markers, minute track, gilt hands, date aperture, cal 613 17 jewel manual movement, serial No 28380600, brushed gilt case, stainless steel case back, No 135.041, tan leather strap, c.1969 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 742 Omega - a retro 1960s Geneve wristwatch, silvered dial, raised baton markers, minute track, centre seconds, date aperture gilt hands, manual cal 613 17 jewel movement, serial No 29230475, gilt stainless steel case, stainless steel back, No 132.019 SP, red leather strap, c.1969 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 743 Omega - a retro 1960s Geneve wristwatch, silvered sunburst dial, raised baton markers, minute track, centre seconds, gold hands, cal 601 17 jewel manual movement, serial No 30830750, gilt case, stainless steel case back, No 135.041, brown leather strap, c 1969 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 744 Omega - a retro 1960s Seamaster automatic wristwatch, red dial, raised baton markers, minute track, centre seconds, date aperture, silvered hands, automatic cal 565 24 jewel movement, serial No 24831196, stainless steel case,stainless steel back, No 166.009, black and red stitched leather strap, c.1966 £250 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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745 Omega - a retro 1960s Seamaster Geneve wristwatch, textured grey dial, raised baton markers, minute track, centre seconds, gilt hands, manual cal 286 17 jewel movement, serial No 20790705, gilt stainless steel case, stainless steel back, No 14392-61- SC, black leather strap, c.1963 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 746 Omega - a retro 1970s Dynamic automatic wristwatch, silver blue tracked dial, white quadrant markers, minute track, centre seconds, date aperture, two tone blue and white hands, oval stainless steel case, original blue strap and buckle £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 747 Omega - a retro 1970s Geneve wristwatch, gilt dial, Arabic Numerals, centre seconds, black hands, cal 601 17 jewel manual movement, serial No 32620395, brushed gilt case, stainless steel case back, No 135041, black leather strap, c 1974 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 748 Omega - a retro 1970s Geneve wristwatch, silvered sunburst dial, raised baton markers, minute track, date aperture silvered hands, cal 1030 17 jewel manual movement, serial No 38653478, stainless steel case, back, No 136.0141, black leather strap, c.1974 £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 749 Omega - a retro wristwatch, silvered dial, raised baton markers, minute track, date aperture, 1030 cal manual movement, serial No 44527829, Tool 9070 stainless steel case, No 136 0104. dark blue leather strap, c.1980 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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750 Omega - a Seamaster Cosmic automatic wristwatch, cream and black dial, gilt baton markers, minute track, centre seconds, day/date aperture, gold plated cushion case, automatic movement, gilt case No 166035-Tool 107, black leather strap, c.1970 £250 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 751 Omega - a Speedmaster Racing automatic, ‘Michael Schumacher’ special limited edition bracelet wristwatch, black dial, triple subsidiary registers, red and white minute track, fixed outer black bezel with Tachymetre scale, luminous white hands, stainless steel case, automatic movement, limited edition case No 4088/6000, stainless steel bracelet with deployment buckle, cased and boxed with warranty card REf 35185000, No 57444347, 1062, dated 11/01/02, instruction booklet and spare links £1500 - £2000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 752 Omega - a vintage 1920s wristwatch, black dial, rose gold coloured Arabic Numerals, minute track, subsidiary seconds, gilt hands, 15 jewel manual movement, serial No 9311360,stainless steel case, No 9832292, black leather strap, c.1929 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 753 Omega - a vintage 1940s automatic bumper action gold filled wristwatch, silvered dial, Arabic numerals, minute track, subsidiary seconds, gilt arrow hands, cal 340 bumper automatic movement, serial No 10810925, gold filled case, No 1671911, textured black leather strap, c.1946 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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754 Omega - a vintage 1940s wristwatch, pale blue dial. bold Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds, ridged hands, stainless steel case, 15 jewel manual movement, serial No 10925212, case No 2450 4, pale blue leather strap, c.1946 £250 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 755 Omega - a vintage 1940s wristwatch, silvered dial, Arabic Numerals, minute track, centre seconds, luminous blued hands, 17 jewel OXG manual movement, serial No 10402683,stainless steel case, No 2300/5, red leather strap, c.1945 £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 756 Omega - a vintage 1950s wristwatch, black dial, silver Arrow baton markers, minute track, centre seconds, manual 420 17 jewel movement, serial No 13022779, stainlesssteelcase,No2650-4SC,blackleatherstrap,c.1952 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 757 Omega - a vintage 1960 wristwatch, silvered dial, Arabic numerals, minute track, centre seconds, silver hands, manual 601 cal movement, serial No 21985870, stainless steel case, No 131.019, brown leather strap, c.1964 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 758 Omega - a vintage 1960s Seamaster Automatic wristwatch, gloss black dial, gilt Arrow baton markers, minute track, centre seconds, date aperture, automatic cal 562 movement, serial No 22250976, stainless steel case, No 166010, black leather strap, c.1965 £400 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 759 Omega - a vintage 1960s wristwatch, silvered dial, raised gilt block baton markers, cal 620 17 jewel manual movement, serial No 20233398, gold plated case, steel back, No 111.022, snake skin effect leather strap, c.1963 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 760 Omega - F300 Hz Geneve Chronometer cushion cased wristwatch, gilt dial, raised block baton markers, minute track, centre seconds, date aperture, gold coloured case, 1250 cal quartz movement, serial No 35715890, stainless steel rear cover, No 198.030, associated white stitched brown leather strap and buckle £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 761 Omega - F300 Hz Geneve Chronometer wristwatch, gilt dial, raised block baton markers, minute track, centre seconds, date aperture, gold coloured case, 1250 cal quartz movement, serial No 29159331, stainless steel rear cover, No 198.021, brown leather omega strap and buckle £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

762 Red Sea - a Six Pounder limited edition divers 300 M wristwatch, 31/75, black dial, white cannon ball and block baton markers, red cannon effect hands. centre seconds, Miyota 9015 movement, brushed stainless steel case, unidirectional bezel, diver pirate rear cover, cased with three interchangeable straps, rubber, stainless steel and Nato red and black stripped woven strap £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 763 Seiko - a 5 sport automatic 100M divers wristwatch, black and brushed steel case, black dial, bold yellow block baton markers, yellow trimmed arrow hands, centre seconds, 7S36 automatic movement, original stainless steel bracelet, boxed with instructions £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 764 Seiko - a 5 sport automatic 100M Pepsi Max divers wristwatch, black red and brushed steel case, black dial, bold silvered block baton markers, arrow hands, centre seconds day date aperture, 7S36 automatic movement, stainless steel chain mesh bracelet, boxed with instructions and original rubber strap £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 765 Seiko - a Sawtooth Quartz 200M divers wristwatch, orange dial, bold block and disc baton markers, arrow hands, minute track, centre seconds, black bezel, 7N36 quartz movement, stainless steel case and bracelet, boxed with instructions £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 766 Seiko - an automatic 200M divers wristwatch, black and brushed steel case, checkered black dial, raised block baton markers, trimmed arrow hands, centre seconds, day date aperture, 7S26 automatic movement, black rubber strap, boxed with original stainless steel bracelet and instructions £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 767 Seiko -a Superior Sawtooth SRP229K1 automatic divers wristwatch, black case and dial, bold block baton markers, arrow hands, red centre seconds and inner Arabic numerals, 4R36 automatic movement, black white stitched leather strap, boxed with detached original stainless steel bracelet and instructions £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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768 Sinn - a 103 ST pilots chronograph wristwatch, black dial, three sub dials, Arabic numerals and baton markers, minute track, centre seconds, day date aperture, bi-directional grey bezel, stainless steel case, Valjoux 7750 automatic movement, grey leather strap, 200m water proof, reg No 103.23120, cased and boxed with original stainless steel bracelet strap, instructions and purchase card, dated 02/02/2014 £700 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 769 Steinhart - a pilot’s wristwatch, black dial, Arabic numerals and block baton markers, minute track, subsidiary seconds, 3 ATM water resistance, stainless steel case with window rear, manual wind Unitas 6497 movement, cased and boxed with red leather bracelet, original black white stitched strap, and booklet, Ref f0319 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 770 Steinhart - an Ocean One diver wristwatch, black dial, block, ring and triangle baton markers, minute track, centre seconds, 300m water resistant stainless steel case, unidirectional green bezel, automatic Eta 2824-2 movement, boxed with stainless steel bracelet and green canvas strap, and booklet, purchased Chronomaster Ltd, 12 Feb 2011 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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772 771 Tag Heuer - a Carrera stainless steel automatic chronograph gents wrist watch, ref. CV2013-0, a stainless steel bracelet wristwatch, no. CS9000, circa 2010, brown dial, applied baton markers with luminous dots, pointed baton hands, centre seconds chronograph, subsidiary dials for constant seconds, 30 minute and 12 hour recording, date aperture at 3 o’clock, brown bezel with tachymeter scale, screw down glazed back case, automatic chronograph cal 16 25 jewel movement, case diameter 41mm, Horned back Crocodile skin strap (fitted), cased and boxed with original Tag Heuer brown leather bracelet with fold over clasp, paperwork & International guarantee card, dared 10/04.2010 £1200 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 772 Tudor Rolex - a rare Oyster Prince Snowflake Submariner gentleman’s wristwatch, black dial, block, square and triangular baton markers, minute track, centre seconds, date magnification window at 3 o’clock, outer bezel, automatic ETA 2784 movement, stainless steel 9411 case, stainless steel bracelet No 9315, folding three section locking clasp, 43mm diameter inc crown, boxed with Goldsmiths service receipt dated 18/05/14 £3000 - £4000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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773 Tudor Rolex - a rare Tiger Prince date automatic chrono time wristwatch, Ref 79260, red principle dial, three Bordeaux red subsidiary dials, minute track, centre seconds, magnified white date aperture, black outer scale, automatic movement, original black leather bracelet strap (detached), after market associated stainless steel bracelet (fitted), cased and boxed with warranty card No T79260P80, Watch No B981772, dial Red/Pink/Bordeaux, Henry Kay Corp and instruction booklet £1500 - £2000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

774 Ulysse Nardin - a Maxi Marine Chronometer wristwatch, ref 263-66, No 6141, cream dial, twin sub dials, black Arabic numerals, minute track, magnified date aperture, automatic movement, stainless steel case, Stingray skin strap, associated box with original rubber and metal bracelet £1500 - £2000

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775 A late 19th century Swiss 18ct gold hunter cased Chiming pocket watch,white enamel dial, bold Roman numerals, minute track, centre seconds stopwatch, subsidiary seconds dial, outer 5-60 Arabic numerals, blued hand, Chiming multi tone Swiss movement,18 ct gold case and dust cover, No 1004, 55mm diameter, 122g gross c.1890 £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

776 A 18th century silver pair cased pocket watch,signed Thomas Rayment, Stamford,, white dial, Arabic numerals, outer minute track, rose metal spade hands, verge fusee movement, signed and numbered no.285, baluster pillars, matching silver cases, IL, London 1770, 49mm diameter £60 - £100

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780 A Limited Edition 18ct gold ‘’The Pickwick Christmas 1976’’ plate by Toye Kenning & Spencer Ltd, No 8/12, Birmingham 1977, 633g gross, 253mm diameter, cased with certificate and related paperwork £5000 - £7000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

780 781 A Limited Edition 18ct gold ‘’The Pickwick Coaching’’ plate by Toye Kenning & Spencer Ltd, No 8/12, Birmingham 1977, 630g gross, 253mm diameter, cased with certificate and related paperwork £5000 - £7000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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Jewellery and Gems 785 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 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

789 An eleven stone diamond cluster ring, central cushion cut diamond above a surrounding band of ten smaller conforming stones, total estimated diamond weight approx 0.55ct, 18ct shank stamped 18ct, size P, 3.4g gross £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 790 A string of amber graduated butterscotch beads, 76cm long £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

786 786 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% 787 A diamond and sapphire quintet ring, alternate set with cushion and oval cup diamonds and two pale blue sapphires, yellow metal shank stamped X368, size S, 4g gross £700 - £900 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

791 791 A diamond and pearl intertwined hearts brooch, encrusted with approx seventy eight round, cushion and mixed cut diamonds, beneath a five point pearl terminating crown, unmarked yellow and white metal frame and pin, 40mm high, 10.6g gross, cased £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 792 A Victorian seven stone diamond ring, linear set with a central old cushion cut diamond, approx 0.30ct, flanked by a trilogy of smaller conforming stones either side, 18ct gold shank, stamped 18ct, size M, 2.8g gross £550 - £650 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

788 788 A diamond and sapphire cluster ring, central old brilliant cut diamond approx 1.75ct, surrounded by a band of sixteen trapezoid blue sapphires and 56 round old cut diamonds, tapering three stone diamond shoulders, total estimated diamond weight 2.31ct, white gold shank, size J, 4.4g gross £4000 - £5000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

793 A jadeite oval cabochon solitaire ring, indistinctly marked yellow metal shank, size J, 3g gross £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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794 A gentleman’s Masonic engraved South American Aztec style yellow metal signet ring, unmarked, size 3, 11.7g gross £400 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 795 An 18ct gold sapphire and diamond cluster ring, central blue oval sapphire measuring approx 11mm x 10mm x 5.5mm, calculated weight approx 5.0ct, surrounding two rows of twelve round brilliant cut diamonds, twenty four in total, ranging between approx 0.10ct to 0.17ct, total estimated diamond weight approx 2.0ct, white metal shank, stamped 18K, size L/M. 7.6g gross £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

796 796 A diamond and red spinel military Sweetheart brooch, modelled as a walking panther beneath a rose and crown tower, pavé encrusted with diamond accents, white metal body, marked 18ct W, 28mm high, 4.7g gross £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 797 A pair of mid blue sapphire oval earrings, each approx 8mm x 6mm, white metal mount and pillar, stamped 750, 1.9g gross (2) £250 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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798 A diamond solitaire ring, round old brilliant cut diamond measuring approx 7.3mm x 4.45mm, estimated diamond weight approx 1.45ct, mounted between six stoned diamond accented stepped shoulders, platinum shank, size P, 5.4g gross £1500 - £2500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

799 799 A diamond line ring, central round brilliant cut diamond approx 3.39ct, flanked either side by a pair of pear diamonds mounted as a heart, total estimated diamond weight approx 4ct, 18ct white gold shank, size 4, 5.9g gross £12000 - £15000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 800 A diamond bar brooch, tapering body inset with twenty two graduated old brilliant cut diamonds, total estimated diamond weight approx 0.55ct, white metal front, yellow metal body, rose metal pin, all unmarked, 38mm long, 3.3g gross £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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801 An Art Deco style cluster ring, central raised row of three individual set round brilliant cut diamonds, above a fourteen stone pavé encrusted crest, white metal shank, size M, 2.8g gross £400 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

808 808 An Art Deco style panel ring, shield crest inset with ten round cut diamonds, total estimated diamond weight approx 0.50ct, platinum shank, size L, 3.2g gross £800 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

802 A diamond and pearl cross over ring, principle brilliant cut diamond approx 0.45ct, mounted by a single creamy cultured pearl, both between twisting diamond accented shoulders, indistinctly marked yellow metal shank, size L, 3g gross £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 803 A diamond and emerald six stone flowerhead cluster ring, yellow metal shank, size L, 1.9g gross £400 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 804 A diamond trilogy ring, unusual domed crest platform, with a polished white metal design above textured channels, inset with three round cut diamonds, total estimated diamond weight approx 050ct, French Owl import marks, stamped 750, size M, 15.6g gross £400 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 805 An 18ct gold blue enamelled triple section knot ring, stamped 18ct, size O, 7g gross £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 806 A diamond solitaire ring, raised round brilliant cut diamond approx 0.47ct, above tapering eight stone diamond inset shoulders, total estimated diamond weight 0.83ct, white metal shank, size M, 4.4g gross £700 - £900 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 807 An opal and diamond cluster ring, central oval opal cabochon, flashing red, green and violet colour play, surrounded by a band of fourteen round cut diamonds, total estimated stone weights, opal 2.62ct, diamond 0.30ct, yellow metal shank, size P, 4.4g gross £700 - £900 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

809 809 An emerald and diamond trilogy ring, rectangular table cut emerald approx 2.75ct, flanked either side by a round brilliant cut diamond, 0.50ct £4000 - £5000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 810 A 14ct gold kilt pin, stamped 14ct, 76mm long, 6.5g £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 811 An emerald and diamond trilogy ring, central rectangular emerald approx 0.45ct, flanked by round brilliant cut diamond either side, total estimated diamond weight 0.50ct, 18ct gold and platinum shank, size L 3g gross £500 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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812 An emerald and diamond oval cluster ring, central oval emerald approx 0.64ct, surrounded by thirty two graduating round brilliant cut diamonds, total estimated diamond weight 1.36ct, 18ct gold shank, stamped 750, size O, 7.9g gross £3500 - £4500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 813 A diamond solitaire ring, round brilliant cut approx 0.40ct, platinum claw, unmarked yellow metal shank, size N, 2g gross £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 814 An unusual 18th century hair and gold wire work mourning ring, with two Cherubs Holding a Crown above interwoven initials possibly EWB, all within wire work surround, faceted crystal platform, unmarked yellow metal mount and shank, size O, 5g gross £2000 - £2500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 815 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 £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 816 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 £1500 - £1800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 817 An unusual 18th/19th century navette hairwork mourning ring, with central AJ monogram, rose metal shank, size P, 7.1g gross £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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818 A Romanesque seal stamp ring, intaglio cut with a portrait of a gentleman, yellow metal Neoclassical shank, size U, 14.6g gross £700 - £900 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 819 An emerald and diamond floral cluster ring, central old cut diamond surrounded by six pear drop emeralds and conforming shoulder accents, yellow gold shank, size L, 3.5g gross £800 - £900 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 820 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 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 821 Loose gem stones, rubies, assorted sizes and shapes, total estimated weight 22.70ct £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 822 A pale blue Tourmaline and diamond cluster ring, central cushion cut tourmaline approx 8mm x 6.4mm x 3.9mm, surrounded by a band of ten round brilliant cut diamonds, yellow metal shank, stamped 2276, size M, 3.1g gross £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 823 Loose gem stones, sapphires, assorted sizes and shapes, total estimated weight 27.8ct £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 824 Loose gem stones, sapphires, assorted sizes and shapes, total estimated weight 21.05ct £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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825 825 A tanzanite and diamond oval cluster ring, central vibrant tanzanite, measuring approx 8.00mm x 6.00mm x 3.50mm, surrounded by a band of twelve round brilliant cut diamonds, total estimated stone weights, Tanzanite 1.17ct, diamond 0.50ct, 18ct white gold shank, size L, 5.5g gross £500 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 826 Loose gem stones, rubies, assorted sizes and shapes, total estimated weight 30.7ct £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 828 An opal and seed pearl hinge bangle, cross over pearl inset shoulders with central row of nine graduated round opals, flashing vibrant green, blue and violet, hinged yellow metal body, marked R P to M L 14 1 11, 6.6g gross £400 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 829 A diamond and cabochon blue sapphire pendant necklace, central blue oval cabochon sapphire surrounded by two stepped rows of round brilliant cut diamonds, beneath oval droplet link, total estimated diamond weight approx 1.0ct, suspended from a fine link 18ct gold chain, stamped 750, 39cm long, 9.2g gross £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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830 An Art Deco design diamond and sapphire lady’s ring, the rectangular tablet set with a row of geometric cut stones within rows of diamonds, white metal shank, size M £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 831 A diamond tennis bracelet, inset with fifty one round brilliant cut diamonds, total estimated diamond weight approx 5.0ct, indistinctly marked yellow metal body, poss 18k VCA, 18cm long, 11.2g gross £4000 - £5000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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832 A pair of seed pearl mounted domed circular cufflinks, rope twist rims, yellow metal bodies, unmarked, 12.1g gross Edwards & Sons Glasgow case £500 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 833 A five panel jadite cabochon graduating bracelet, fancy link yellow metal body, 14,5cm long, 9.1g gross £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

837 837 A Victorian Etruscan shield brooch with a central diamond accent within a domed field of turquoise cabochons, floral outer band above articulated fringe, glazed rear window, unmarked yellow metal frame, 18.9g gross c.1850 £700 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 834 834 A pair of diamond graduated ring drop earrings, each twin ring body pavé set with ten mixed cut diamonds, total estimated diamond weight approx 2.0ct, white and yellow metal bodies, unmarked, hinged clip fittings, 25mm drop, 5.1g gross £2000 - £2500 835 A pair of Belle Epoque style diamond and ruby chandlier earrings, each as a basket crested by a pearl, each fitting for pierced ears, set with a flowerhead arrangement of six stones, with two rows of twelve further graduating stones to each suspension, each chevron ‘basket’ with three pendants set with ten further graduated stones, 4.5cm long £2000 - £2500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 836 A Chinese green stone bar brooch, central set with a sing oval green stone cabochon, possibly Jadeite, tapering yellow gold bar, indistinctly marked. 56mm long, 3.1g gross £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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838 838 A pair of diamond cluster earrings, each inset with five round cut and four trapezoid diamonds, total estimated diamond weight approx 1.35ct, yellow metal bodies, butterflies stamped 750, 2.4g gross £700 - £900 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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843 843 A diamond and ruby tennis bracelet, linear inset with fifty seven square rubies and nine conforming diamonds, 18ct white gold body, stamped 750, 17.5cm long, 10g gross £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 844 A pair of 18ct gold horse’s head cufflinks, folding action, stamped JR 750, 22.4g gross £500 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 845 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 £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

839 839 A seed pearl and yellow cabochon stone fancy link floral heart necklace, unmarked yellow metal mount and chain, 33cm long, 18.7g gross £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 840 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 - £900 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 841 An Art Deco emerald and diamond ring, central cushion cut emerald, approx 6mm x 5.5mm, above stepped diamond accented shoulders, indistinctly marked white metal shank, size M, 3.3g gross £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

846 846 A fine quality green and red stone possibly tourmaline inset gold coloured metal letter knife, ornate yellow metal floral handle and blade, unmarked, 228mm long, 79.4g gross, fitted case £2000 - £2500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 847 A pair of carved coral cherub and wreath earrings, hinged unmarked yellow metal fittings, 17mm high, 3g gross Jos Muller box £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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848 848 A pair of diamond and pearl droplet earrings, each with a large single grey white pearl suspended from a diamond encrusted mount, bar linkage and floral stud, total estimated diamond weight approx 1.62ct, all 18ct white gold body, stamped 750, 34mm drop, 7.4g gross (2) £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 849 A pair of red garnet yellow metal droplet earrings, floral frame, 37mm drop, 8g gross £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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850 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 £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 851 A polished globular coral bead single strand necklace, 65cm long, 33.7g gross £500 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 852 A Mikimoto pearls single strand graduated necklace, stamped K14 white metal clasp, 163cm long, £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 853 A pair of diamond droplet earrings, articulated bodies inset with seven round cut diamonds, hook and latch 14 ct yellow gold fittings, stamped 585, 30mm drop, 5.1g gross (2) £500 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 856

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854 A large garnet and white crystal target brooch, central red garnet cabochon approx 11ct, wihin stepped multi-layer yellow metal wheel frame, glazed verso, unmarked, 41mm diameter, 19g gross £500 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 855 An articulated diamond five frond pendant 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% 856 A contemporary modernist designed diamond necklace, articulated bar and ring edged body inset with thirty two individually mounted round brilliant cut diamonds, total estimated diamond weight approx 1.55ct, 18ct white gold body, stamped 757, 44cm long, 26g gross £2000 - £3000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 857 A French 14ct gold hinge bangle, double lined heart and flowers wirework decoration, hidden clasp, shell purity marks, 18mm wide, 23.5g £700 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

862 A natural pearl and platinum fine fancy link necklace, 51cm long, 9.4g gross £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 863 A sapphire and diamond bracelet, central oval blue cabochon sapphire approx 1.70ct, flanked by a single round brilliant cut diamond inset link either side, each approx 0.10ct, total estimated diamond weight approx 0.20ct, yellow metal body, stamped 685, 18.5cm long, 13g gross £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 864 A pair of jade and diamond accented drop earrings, each with a free form green jade droplet, diamond accented navette linkage, suspended from a jade pear drop stud, white metal fittings, total estimated jade weight approx 7cts, 35mm drop, 4g gross £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 865 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 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

858 A Victorian two stone amethyst scrolling knot and bar brooch, total amethyst weight approx 4.83ct, gilt metal body, 40mm wide, 12.3g gross £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 859 A pair of diamond and green stone possibly jadeite globular drop earrings, each with large green globular bead suspended from a diamond and razor bar bridge, green stone cabochon top terminal, indistinctly marked white metal fittings, 50mm drop, 12.3g gross (2) £700 - £900 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 860 A diamond pendant 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) £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 861 A black diamond solitaire ring, round brilliant cut, measuring approx 11mm x 6.5mm, estimated diamond weight approx. 4.5ct, white metal shank, size M, 4.8g gross £450 - £550 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

866 866 A Chinese apple jade, diamond and seed pearl Dog of Fo pendant necklace, cylindrical jade pillar carved as a Dog of Fo standing, plain pillar, above a diamond encrusted collar and fringe, all suspended from a six strand seed pearl necklace, 74cm long, 35.7g gross £2000 - £3000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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867 A large smoky/ white quartz and seed pearl wheel brooch, central brown smoky quartz surrounded by a yellow metal basket frame stamped 15ct, alternately inset with four pearls and four white quartz stone to the front floral engraved frame, 44mm diameter, 42g gross £400 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

871 A pair of diamond target drop earrings, each with a central round brilliant cut diamond surrounded by two stepped pavé diamond bands, beneath a graduated four stone diamond articulated link, indistinctly marked white metal frame and pillars, 22mm drop, 4.3g gross (2) £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 872 A diamond and sapphire pendant necklace, oval blue sapphire approx 0.31ct, within diamond accented white and yellow metal droplet surround, stamped 585, suspended from a fine link white metal necklace, 37cm long, 3.4g gross £400 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

868 868 A diamond and sapphire bangle, ornate cast and engraved body inset with nine blue sapphires and sixty six round and mixed cut diamonds, total estimated stone weights, Sapphire 4.50ct, Diamond 3.50ct, unmarked white metal body, tests as 14ct gold, 29.6g gross £2000 - £3000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

869 869 An oval pink sapphire and diamond cluster ring, central oval pink sapphire approx 9.5mm x 6.5mm x 4.2mm, surrounded by a band of fourteen round brilliant cut diamonds above pavé diamond shoulders, white metal shank, stamped 750, size K/L, 6.2g gross £700 - £900 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 870 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 £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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873 A green stone globular bead necklace, possibly jade, trilogy diamond accented white metal clasp, 48cm long, 24.6g gross £500 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 874 A late 19th century oval gold coloured metal locket, hinged body, twin section glazed interior, one containing a lock of hair, unmarked, 32mm x 25mm, 11g gross £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

875 875 A sapphire and diamond pendant, principle Ceylon light blue sapphire measuring approx 9.43mm x 9.43mm x 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%

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876 A free form emerald beaded panel necklace, inset with seven oval faceted floral framed emeralds, seven oval larger and emerald pebbles and approx one hundred and ten smaller emerald beads, unmarked yellow metal chain, silver gilt clasp stamped 925, 110cm long, 23.7g gross £700 - £900 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 877 An early 20th century seed pearl twin hearts and horseshoe brooch, unmarked yellow metal body, 28mm wide, 3.6g gross £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

878 878 A pair of reverse Intaglio Essex crystal cufflinks, each painted with a standing Bulldog to one end a floral disc the other, yellow metal frame and mounts, stamped 14k, 6.7g gross £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

879 879 A ceylon sapphire and diamond ring, central oval vibrant blue sapphire approx 1.08ct, within a pavé encrusted diamond surround, total estimated diamond weight approx 0.90ct, 18ct white gold shank, stamped 750, size R, 6g gross £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

880 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&A26mm diameter, 5.6g gross, suspended from a 14ct white gold fine box link chain, total weight 6.5g gross £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

881 881 A pair of pearl, yellow and white diamond earrings, each with a single pinky white cultured pearl, and four yellow and four white individually set diamonds, total estimated diamond weight approx 1.0ct, 18ct white gold mounts with clip-on and pierced ear folding fittings, stamped 750, 19.7g gross £700 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

882 882 An Art Deco style diamond inset open cast hinge bangle, graduated looping pavé diamond encrusted crest, total estimated diamond weight approx 2.0ct, unmarked yellow metal body, test as 9ct gold, 67mm wide, 16.4g gross £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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885 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% 886 A sapphire and diamond tennis bracelet, linear inset with sixty two dark blue sapphires and four conforming diamond accents, 18ct white gold body, stamped 750, 17.5cm long, 9.8g gross £700 - £900 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 890 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 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

883 883 A pair of six stone diamond droplet earrings, each principle diamond approx 1.0ct, suspended from a four stone articulated linkage terminating with a round old cut diamond stud, total estimated diamond weight approx 3.80ct, platinum mounts and pillars, 26mm drop, 3.8g gross, fitted Crombie Fine Jewels case, 118 New Bond Street W 1 £5000 - £6000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

891 An 18ct gold and diamond ring, single round brilliant cut diamond approx 0.25ct, flanked either side by a row of three smaller diamond accents, total estimated diamond weight approx 0.32ct, 18ct gold and platinum shank, stamped 18ct plat, size M1/2, 1.8g gross £200 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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895 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, 67 mm diameter, 22.7g gross, c.1880, in original fitted gilt and maroon tooled leather case, marked C. Giuliano, 115 Piccadilly, London £5000 - £7000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 900 A diamond and emerald cabochon cluster ring, central large domed emerald, measuring 11.70mm x 6.57mm, calculated approximate emerald weight 7ct, above a surrounding band of twelve old mixed cut diamonds and eighteen rose cut diamond accents, total estimated diamond weight approx 1.7ct, unmarked white and yellow metal shank, tests as 18ct gold, size K, 8.5g gross £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 904 An oval Santa Maria aquamarine solitaire ring, designed by Kate Lesel, single large oval aquamarine measuring approx 21mm x 16mm x 11mm, estimated stone weight approx 19ct, twisting shoulders and platinum shank, stamped K L, 950, size L, 25.3g gross £4000 - £6000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

920 905 A diamond solitaire ring, principle old round brilliant cut diamond measuring approx 10.08mm x 9.32mm x 5.11mm, estimated size approx 2.75ct, flanked by rectangular baguette cut diamond inset shoulders, total estimated diamond weight approx 3.10ct, unmarked white metal shank, tests as platinum, size N, 3.5g gross £3000 - £4000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 910 A Victorian diamond enamel and seed pearl oval brooch, central old cushion cut diamond approx 0.25ct, surrounded by a guilloche blue enamelled sunburst panel, white border, the whole within a band of twenty six half pearls, unmarked rose metal frame and pin, 31mm long, 5.6g gross £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 915 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 £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 920 A diamond and sapphire heart ring, central pale blue sapphire surrounded by a yellow and white gold mount pavé set with round brilliant cut diamonds, white metal shank, tests as 18ct gold, size M , 5.3g gross £500 - £700 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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925 A pair of diamond and ruby Chandelier pendant earrings, each encrusted with nine oval rubies and thirty six round brilliant cut diamonds, white metal and 18ct white gold frame, part stamped 750, 54mm drop, 16g gross (2) £1200 - £1800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 926 A loose octagonal corundum ruby, measuring 9.26mm x 8.42mm x 7.12mm, calculated stone weight 6.92ct, clarity VVS2/VS1, Global Gems Lab GGL certificate £700 - £900 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

924 924 A Martha Rocha kunzite and diamond oval cluster ring, central vibrant pink kunzite measuring approx 32mm x 15mm x 11mm, estimated carat weight approx 31ct, surrounded by seventy eight round brilliant cut diamonds, arranged in two stepped rows with quartered accents, total estimated diamond weight approx 1.56ct, platinum shank, stamped PT950 TJC Rhapsody, size O, 18g gross £4000 - £6000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

927 A loose rectangular emerald cut corundum ruby, measuring 9.50mm x 8.46mm x 7.05mm, calculated stone weight 7.47ct, clarity VVS2/VS1, Global Gems Lab GGL certificate £700 - £900 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 928 A loose rectangular emerald cut corundum ruby, measuring 11.68mm x 8.85mm x 6.50mm, calculated stone weight 8.03ct, clarity VVS2/VS1, Global Gems Lab GGL certificate £800 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 929 A loose oval corundum sapphire, strong mid blue tones, measuring 10mm x 8mm x 5mm, calculated stone weight 5.00ct, clarity VVS2/VS1, India Gemological Lab certificate £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 930 A loose oval corundum sapphire, strong mid blue tones, measuring 10mm x 9mm x 7mm, calculated stone weight 8.30ct, clarity VVS2/VS1, India Gemological Lab certificate £450 - £550 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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Day Two Thursday 24th January at 3.00pm

Paintings & Prints


Paintings

935 935 Laurence Stephen Lowry RA (1887-1976) Salford Steps signed, dated 1959, August 9th, titled, top right page 87, no.3, ink, 27cm x 22.5cm, unframed £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

936 936 Laurence Stephen Lowry RA (1887-1976) Salford Steps signed, dated 1959, titled, top left 62, page 61 and no.2 top right, ink, 28.5cm x 22.5cm, unframed £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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937 937 Laurence Stephen Lowry RA (1887-1976) Salford Steps signed, dated 1959, titled, top left 39, no.32 bottom right, ink, 28.5cm x 22.5cm, unframed £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

938 938 Laurence Stephen Lowry RA (1887-1976) Tramp, North Lea Road, Manchester, 9th May signed, dated 1959, no.29 bottom left, address to verso, ink, 15cm x 10.5cm, unframed £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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939 939 Laurence Stephen Lowry RA (1887-1976) Tramp, Manchester, signed, dated 1959, no.39 top right, ink, 25cm x 15.5cm, unframed; the verso with portrait £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

941 941 Laurence Stephen Lowry RA (1887-1976) The Bandstand signed, dated 1959, no.29 top left, other script, ink, 27cm x 22.5cm, unframed £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

940 940 Laurence Stephen Lowry RA (1887-1976) The Bandstand signed, dated 1959, no.36 top left, ink, 22cm x 28.5cm, unframed £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

942 942 Laurence Stephen Lowry RA (1887-1976) Salford Steps signed, dated 1959, titled, top right 29, ink, 21.5cm x 15.5cm, unframed £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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943 943 Laurence Stephen Lowry RA (1887-1976) Lamp Post signed with initials, dated 1959, ink, 15.5cm x 11cm, unframed £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

945 945 Laurence Stephen Lowry RA (1887-1976) Street Scene signed, dated 1959, titled Pendlebury Street, pencil, 37cm x 25.5cm, unframed £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 946 Frank Forty (Irish 1902 - 1996) Moored Rowing Boats oil, 18cm x 25cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 947 Frank Forty (Irish 1902 - 1996) The Pier oil, 18cm x 25cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

944 944 Laurence Stephen Lowry RA (1887-1976) Salford Square signed, dated 1959, ink, 25.5cm x 31.5cm, unframed £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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948 Frank Forty (Irish Artist, 1902 - 1996) Cliffs of Menawn and Dooega Head, Co Mayo, Ireland signed, titled to verso, oil on card, 18cm x 25.5cm £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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949 Frank Forty (Irish Artist, 1902 - 1996) Donegal, Ireland signed, inscribed to verso, oil on card, 18cm x 25.5cm £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 950 Frank Forty (Irish, 1902 - 1996) The Road, from Setubal, Portugal signed, watercolour, 55cm x 74cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

956 Pierre Pivet (French-Canadian Artist, b. 1948) Les Refletss signed, titled to verso in pencil, oil on canvas, 112cm x 112cm £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

951 Frank Forty (Irish, 1902 - 1996) Quiet Waters, Blenheim and River Boat dated 2/7/69, charcoal, 27cm x 36cm, (2) £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 952 Frank Forty (Irish 1902 - 1996), an Art School Sketch Book, 13cm x 18cm £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 953 Frank Forty (Irish, 1902 - 1996) The Hump Back Bridge signed, oil, 55cm x 75cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 954 Frank Forty (Irish 1902 - 1996) Moored Fishing and Rowing Boats oil, 16cm x 24cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

957 957 Gaston Rebry (Canadian Artist, 1933 - 2007) Beside the Marsh signed, titled to verso, oil on canvas, 75cm x 101cm, Fawcett-Langdon Gallery, Burlington, Canada, label to verso £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

955 Frank Forty (Irish 1902 - 1996) The Cove oil, 18cm x 25cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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958 958 Pierre Pivet (French-Canadian Artist, b. 1948) Violon signed, titled to verso, oil on canvas, 101.5cm x 81cm £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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959 Pierre Pivet (French-Canadian Artist, b. 1948) Le Gueridon signed, titled to verso, 127cm x 71cm, Gallerie d’Art Lisette, Martel, Quebec, label to verso £500 - £700 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 960 Normand Hudon (Canadian Artist, b. 1929) Québec la basse-ville signed, dated 90, titled to verso, mixed media on hardboard, 60cm x 44.5cm, Galerie d’Art du Chateau enr label to verso £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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961 961 Madeleine Lemire (Canadian Artist, b. 1940) Serie Études Fuchsia I signed, titled to verso, oil on canvas, 76cm x 60cm £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 962 John Der (Canadian Artist, 1926 - 1996) Carnavors signed, titled to verso, oil on hardboard, 74.5cm x 90.5cm £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 963 Claude Langevin (Canadian Artist, b. 1942) Grande Discussion signed, titled to verso, oil on canvas, 74.5cm x 100cm £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 960

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964 964 Jean-Paul Lemieux RCA (1904 - 1990) Head of Boy signed, oil on canvas, 34.5cm x 27cm £4000 - £6000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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965 965 Sunri v. Daron (late 20th century) Street Cat signed, dated 1992, titled to verso, oil on canvas, 53cm x 64cm £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

968 968 Charles Cattermole (1832-1900) Forward The Guns signed, watercolour, 45cm x 58.5cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

966 966 Adrien Seguin (French Artist, b. 1926) A Sête signed, dated 88, inscribed to stretcher, oil on canvas, 44cm x 59cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 967 Cardona Farmstead on a Hillside signed, oil on board, 25.5cm x 17.5cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

969 969 Circle of Antonio Mancini (Italian Impressionist, 1852 - 1930) Study of a Beauty, bust-length, her hair adorned with a chaplet of wheat and country flowers oil on canvas, 40cm x 30cm £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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973 Continental School (mid-19th century) After Sir Peter Paul Rubens, Christ on the Cross oil on canvas, 107cm x 84cm £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

970 970 Circle of Philips Wouwerman (1619 - 1668) Horses, Figures by Classical Ruins within an Italianate Landscape oil on canvas, 76cm x 101cm £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 971 English Romantic School (early 19th century) A pair, Picturesque Landscapes watercolours, 17cm x 28cm £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 972 Continental School (first-second quarter, 19th century) An Allegory of Summer oil on canvas, 77.5cm x 64.5cm £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

974 974 English Romantic School (19th century) Hope at Dawn, A Shipwreck in a Storm watercolour, 62cm x 86cm £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 975 David Macliss (19th century) Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene signed, dated 1869, oil on canvas, 112cm x 87cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 976 English School (20th century) Emerging from the Bath, a Classical Portico in the background watercolour and gouache on card, 25cm x 8cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 977 Dutch School (18th century) Still Life, Flowers in a Vase oil on canvas, 91cm x 69cm £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 978 English School (early 19th century) A matrimonial pair, Portraits of a Lady and Gentleman, half-length and in profile ovals, body colour, chalk and pencil on paper, 23.5cm x 20cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 979 E Graham (19th/early 20th century) The Little Flower Girl signed, oil on canvas, 19cm x 14cm £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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980 E. Folli (Continental School, 19th century) Catch of the Day signed, oil, 49.5cm x 22.5cm £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

986 English School (19th century) Pastoral Panorama oil on canvas, 46cm x 91cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

981 Francis Nicholson OWS (1753 - 1844) Figures Fishing in a Picturesque Landscape attributed to verso, watercolour, 22cm x 33cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

987 English School (19th century) The Farmer’s Friend, a Border Collie at rest in a barn interior oil on canvas laid onto board, 30cm x 19cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

982 E. Patridge (19th century) A Winter’s Afternoon signed, titled to verso, oil on canvas, 46cm x 36cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 983 Frank Gresley (1855 - 1936) Dog Walk Cottage, cat and goose signed, watercolour, 18cm x 25cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 984 English Provincial School (mid-19th century) Portrait of a Lady three-quarter length, seated in a white ball gown, holding a feather fan oval, oil on board, 39cm x 30cm £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 985 Frank Gresley (1855 - 1936) Ingleby Meadow signed, watercolour, 20cm x 29cm £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

988 988 Frank Gresley (1855 - 1936) Swallow Falls, near Betws-y-Coed, Conwy, Wales signed, dated 1896, watercolour, 40cm x 60cm, inscribed label to verso £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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994 English School (20th Century) The Donkey Ride oil on canvas, 48.5cm x 59cm £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

989 989 English School (19th century) Figures Beside a Lake and Villas oil on canvas, 50cm x 93cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 990 Frederick Richard Pickersgill RA (1820 - 1900) The Talk monogrammed, inscribed to verso, watercolour, 19.5cm x 33.5cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 991 English School (19th century) Portrait of a Gentleman of Title pastel, 59.5cm x 49cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

992 992 English School (19th century) The Pigsty oil on canvas, 34cm x 44cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 993 Frederick William Whitehead (1853-1938) Liberty London signed and dated 1925, watercolour, 34cm x 26.5cm £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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995 Charles Hunt (1803 - 1877), after John Anster Fitzgerald (1819 - 1906), The Donkey-Ster (sic) Sweepstakes, Published by Baily Borthers, London 1852, handcoloured aquatint, 58.5cm x 69cm, rosewood frame £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 996 Frederick William Whitehead (1853-1938) Regency Street, London signed and dated 1924, watercolour, 34cm x 26.5cm £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 997 English School (first-second quarter, 19th century) Portrait of a Boy, bust-length, flowing blond hair, wearing Van Dyck costume oil on board, 16cm x 18cm £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

998 998 French Old Master (17th/18th century) St. Jerome at Study the margin inscribed in ink manuscript Le Mercier fecit à Angers, red chalk on brown paper, 27.5cm x 22.5cm £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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999 999 Ernest Garthwaite (mid-20th century) The Staten Island Ferry, New York, the Statue of Liberty in the background monogrammed, dated 1954, inscribed to verso, oil on canvas, 50cm x 60.5cm £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1003 1003 George Goodwin Kilburne R.I., R.B.A. (1839 - 1924) Portrait of a Country Lady, three-quarter length, wearing a ribbon-tied straw hat, flowing hair, her chest centred by a pink rose, standing by an oak table with a basket of flowers signed, watercolour, 24cm x 18cm £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1004 George James Knox (1810 - 1897) Plymouth Harbour signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 40cm x 30cm £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1000 1000 Ernest Poulson (Marine Artist, 1836 - 1835) Off the Coast of Bermuda signed, titled to verso, oil on canvas, 62cm x 91cm £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1001 French School (early 20th century) The Promenade, A Lady of Fashion Takes a Stroll mixed media, 26cm x 17.5cm £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1002 George Barret Junior (Irish, 1767-1842) Under the Shade of the Great Trees watercolour, 35.5cm x 29.5cm, collection label to verso, Colle: R.E.S. Wilson, No. 30, and inscribed in ink manuscript: from Coll. of Canon Smythe £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1005 1005 Frederick Allen (19th century) A pair, Highland Cattle Watering and Grazing in the Glen signed, oil on canvases, 30.5cm x 51cm £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1011 French School (late 19th century) Portrait, A Girl of Fashion, bust-length, wearing a fur collar oil on canvas, 46cm x 36cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1012 1012 Harold Gresley (1892 - 1967) Snowdonia, Wales signed, watercolour, 28cm x 38cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1006 1006 Giuseppe Aureli (Italian, 1858 - 1929) Peasants Observing the Meridian Line, St. Peter’s Square, Rome signed, dated 1884, watercolour, 51cm x 34cm £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1013 G. Fielding Cattle Watering in a River signed, oil on canvas, 50cm x 76cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1008 Fletcher Sibthorp (b. 1967), by and after, Flamenco Gold, signed and numbered 164/195 in pencil by the artist, giclée print, 66cm x 48cm £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1009 Guerrino Guardabassi (Italian, 1841-1893) Italian Peasants signed, watercolour, 49cm x 36cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1010 Fletcher Sibthorp (b. 1967), by and after, Flamenco Dance, signed and numbered 138/195 in pencil by the artist, monochrome giclée print, 75cm x 30cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1014 1014 Harold Gresley (1892 - 1967) Stepping Stones, Dovedale, Derbyshire signed, titled in pencil to mount, watercolour, 27.5cm x 38cm £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1019 Henry C. Brewer R.I. (1866 - 1950) A Quiet Village signed, dated 1913, watercolour, 35cm x 26cm £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1020 Harold Gresley (1892 - 1967) Portrait of Arthur Barlow signed, oil on canvas, 60cm x 49cm;

1015 1015 George Armfield (1808 - 1893) Resting after the Chase, The Terrier Recumbent with the Caught Rabbit attributed to plaque, oil on mahogany panel, 17cm x 20.5cm £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1016 Harry Frederick Darking (1911 - 1999) River Tamar signed in pencil, titled to verso, watercolour and pastel, 27cm x 37cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1017 1017 Gustave de Breanski (1856-1898) Entering Harbour signed, oil on canvas, 59cm x 90cm £500 - £700 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1018 H Schafer (19th century) A Flemish Cathedral City signed, oil on canvas, 38.5cm x 28.5cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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 Derby-born philanthropist who was recognised for having raised many thousands of pounds to the Derby Royal Infirmary, 1911-1948. A manager at the Derby Coop, 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. £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1021 J West F.R.S.A, B.W.S. Yarmouth Beach signed, watercolour, 17.5cm x 25.5cm £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1027 J**Destin (19th century) The Quiet Read signed, oil on board, 68cm x 83cm £1500 - £2500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1022 Holger Lübbers (Danish Marine Artist, 1850 1931) Sailing Ships at Twilight signed, dated 1911, oil on canvas, 38cm x 54cm £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1023 James Charles Cairncross (Scottish Artist, 1879 1921) The Highlands monogrammed, dated 1906, watercolour, 40cm x 53.5cm £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1024 Italian School (18th century) Saint Michael The Archangel oil on canvas, 132cm x 95cm £500 - £700 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1025 J .C. Maggs (19th century) The Grazing Calf, the background with sheep and a valley centred by a lake signed, dated 1876, oil on canvas, 28cm x 43.5cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1026 Joseph Murray Ince (1806 - 1859) Herding the Cattle titled mount, watercolour, 24.5cm x 42cm £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1028 1028 J. Lascar (19th century) Farewell, Terriers Looking Out to Sea signed, oil on canvas, 38.5cm x 51cm £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1029 Leonard Francis Wyburd RA (1865 - 1958) La Tristesse, bust-length portrait signed, dated 1895, pastel and watercolour, 51cm x 37cm, inscribed manuscript label to verso £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1030 1030 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. £2000 - £3000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1031 M.R. Jones (late 19th/early 20th century) Country Lane signed, watercolour, 26cm x 36cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1032 John Bates Noel (1870 - 1927) Returning Home signed, oil on board, 25cm x 34cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1033 Michael Crawley Bolt Alley, off Bold Lane, Derby signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 37cm x 28cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1034 K. Smart (second-third quarter, 20th century) Powell’s Walk, Chiswick signed, titled label to verso, oil on canvas, 46cm x 61cm £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1035 K.A. Hodgkinson (early 20th century) By the Glow of the Fire signed, dated 1914, oil on canvas, 31cm x 25cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1036 Michael Crawley Broadway in Winter, New York signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 21cm x 12cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1037 1037 Martin Ferdinand Quadal (Moravian-Austrian, 1736 - 1808) Equestrian Portrait of King George III, full-length, wearing a scarlet military state coat, the ribbon of the Order of the Garter and a gold-trimmed black tricorn hat, with two accompanying officers in uniform, in a wooded landscapes signed: F M Quadal Pinxit, oil on canvas, 91cm x 71cm Provenance: Christie’s, Old Masters & British Paintings, South Kensington, London, May 4 2012, Lot 126. £3000 - £5000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1038 Maud Howells (19th century) New Puppy signed, oil on canvas, 55cm x 75cm £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1039 1039 Petr Petrovich Konchalovsky (Russian, 1876 - 1956) Still Life, An Arrangement of Country Flowers 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 £20000 - £40000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1040 Michael Barnfather (Bn.1934) Ashford in the Water signed, dated 80, oil on canvas, 29cm x 41.5cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1041 Michael Crawley Chrysler Building, New York signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 27.5cm x 19cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1042 North European School (19th century) The Adoration of the Magi oil on panel, 60cm x 44cm £200 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1043 Nyemike Onwuka (Nigerian, b. 1972) Nkwado II, Preparation Series signed, dated 2011, oil on canvas, 166cm x 89cm A graduate of the Federal Polytechnic in Auchi, Edo State, Nigeria, Nyemike Onwuka exhibits regularly in Lagos, and his work has been displayed at the National Museum, Onikan. Provenance: Bonhams, Africa Now: Modern Contemporary African Art, 22nd May 2013, Lot 186. £600 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1044 Michael Crawley Cockpit Hill, Morledge Market, Derby signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 16cm x 25cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1042

1045 1045 R Pennywell Robinson (late 19th/early 20th century) A Moorish Bazaar oil on mahogany panel, 20cm x 27cm, The West-End Gallery of Fine Arts, Glasgow, contemporary label to verso £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1046 Michael Crawley Curzon Street, Derby signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 37cm x 28cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1047 Roy Pettitt (b. 1935) Model at Tite Street signed, titled to verso, oil on board, 24cm x 19.5cm, The Chelsea Art Society label to verso £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1048 Roy Pettitt (b. 1935) Self-Portrait, An Artist Painting in a Garden inscribed to verso, oil on board, 28cm x 29cm £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1049 Roy Pettitt (b. 1935) Study of a Nude signed, oil on board, 24cm x 19.5cm £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1050 Michael Crawley Derby Canal signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 14.5cm x 21.5cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1051 1051 Scottish School (second quarter, 20th century) Summer Afternoons on the Beach indistinctly signed, oil on board, 51cm x 61cm £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1052 English School (mid-19th century) Journeyman Picture, Two 16 mth’’ Old Rams that Obtained the First and Second Prize at the Royal Agricultural Meeting at York, July 1848 titled, oil canvas, 45.5cm x 64cm £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1054 1054 Spanish School (mid-18th century) The Crucifixion of Jesus Christ oil on canvas, 74cm x 46.5cm, numbered 483 in manuscript to verso £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1053 Michael Crawley Flower Stalls by La Madeleine, Paris signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 20cm x 28cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1055 Michael Crawley George Yard, Derby signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 33cm x 25.5cm £60 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1058 Michael Crawley La Bastille, Paris signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 20.5cm x 26.5cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1056 1056 Thomas Peters (Impressionist, 1863 - 1939) Gathering the Harvest signed, dated 17, oil on board, 44cm x 39cm £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1059 1059 Tony Forrest (contemporary) Gorilla Family signed, oil on canvas, 74.5cm x 100cm £500 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1060 1060 Michael Crawley Old Scarborough Harbour signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 24cm x 43cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1057 1057 Thomas Peters (Impressionist, 1863 - 1939) Old Stirling Bridge signed and dated 22, titled label to verso, oil on board, 38cm x 46cm £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1061 William Ward Gill (1823 - 1894) On the Conway signed, titled and inscribed to verso, oil on board, 24cm x 34cm £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1062 Michael Crawley Priddy, Somerset signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 28cm x 33cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1063 Michael Crawley Returning Home, Near Kirk Ireton, Derbyshire signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 29cm x 37cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1073 P** Campbell Trailing Roses Cottage signed, dated 97, watercolour, 24cm x 44cm £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1064 Michael Crawley Rue de Rivoli, Paris signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 21.5cm x 23cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1074 Pietro Annigoni (1910 - 1988) The Litle Bridge, Viareggio, 1951 pen and sepia ink, 22cm x 29cm, he verso with Thos Agnew & Sons Ltd label, no.14994 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1065 Michael Crawley Shot Tower, Derby signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 30cm x 19cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1066 Michael Crawley Snowy Day, Broadway, New York signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 28cm x 19cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1067 Michael Crawley Spa Lane, Derby signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 36.5cm x 25cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1068 Michael Crawley Stenson Bubble signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 17.5cm x 19.5cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1075 1075 Pollyanna Pickering (1942 - 2018) The Tawny Tree signed, gouache, 60cm x 91cm £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1069 Michael Crawley The Harbour, Valletta, Malta signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 16cm x 54cm £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1070 Michael Crawley The Hollow, Littleover, Derby signed, titled to verso, oval, watercolour, 22cm x 32cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1071 Montgomery Ansell (19th/20th Century) Beached Boats, at sunset signed, 24cm x 37cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1072 North European School (mid-19th century) A pair, Continental Townscapes watercolour and gouache on brown paper, 34cm x 23cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1076 1076 Pollyanna Pickering (1942 - 2018) Tooth and Claw signed, dated 2001, India, gouache, 63cm x 97cm £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1082 Vernon Wethered (1865 - 1952) Southwoods, Arundel, West Sussex monogrammed, titled to verso, sepia wash, black ink and white gouache, 22cm x 29cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1083 Rowland Hilder (1905 - 1993), by and after, Passing Shower, signed, numbered 50/175, etching with aquatint, 40cm x 59.5cm £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1084 William Lee Hankey (1869 - 1952) Preparatory Study, Reclining Nude signed, black charcoal on paper, 32cm x 37cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1077 1077 Pollyanna Pickering (1942 - 2018) Wild Cat Strike signed, gouache, 68cm x 65cm £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1078 Robert Lenkiewicz (1941 - 2002) Portrait of Lorraine signed, pencil drawing, 36.5cm x 26.5cm Provenance: Portraits of the vendor’s children commissioned directly from the artist c.1970/71 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1079 Rufus Morris FRAS (1907 - 1982) A Bush Setting signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 43cm x 54cm, with the card of The Lodge Gallery, Glebe, New South Wales and list of signatures by whom the work was presented to the late owner on the occasion of his visit to the Boots Company Australia Pty Ltd, August 1979. £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1085 William Miller (Marine Artist, early 20th century) Squalls signed, dated 1924, titled label to verso, watercolour and gouache, 47.5cm x 70cm £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1086 Wycliffe Egginton (1875 - 1951) Sussex Downs signed, watercolour, 35cm x 52cm £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1087 Americo Mazzotta (Italian Modernist, 20th century) Portrait of a Sanguine Gentleman, half-length, reclining on an armchair signed, dated 1974, oil on board, 25cm x 19cm £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1080 Ruth Gibbs (second quarter, 20th century) A Corner of England signed, watercolour, 35cm x 25cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1081 Thomas Steele (second quarter, 19th century) Portrait of a Young Girl and her Faithful Lapdog signed and dated 1842 in pencil, black charcoal and white gouache on brown paper, 43cm x 31cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1088 1088 Benjamin Cam Norton (1835 - 1900) Fox Hunt through the Peak District, Derbyshire signed, dated 1879, oil on canvas, 53cm x 72cm £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1089 1089 Charles Ashmore (1849 - 1886) A pair, Sunday Afternoon, a man and wife relaxing in a country interior the lady signed and titled to verso, oil on boards, 20cm x 15.5cm £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1090 Continental School (20th century) Dutch Urban Riverscape indistinctly signed and dated, oil on canvas, 59cm x 89cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1093 1093 Dutch School (19th century) A pair, Evening Practice and Teaching Toby titled plaques, oil on mahogany panels, 27cm x 32cm £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1091 1091 Continental School (third quarter, 20th century) Arabian Scene, An Official Leads the Way, his Attendants, Horse and Cart Follow indistinctly signed and dated, oil on canvas, 40cm x 50cm £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1092 David Noble (b. 1945) The Doge’s Palace, St. Mark’s Square, Venice signed, oil on board, 65cm x 75cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1094 1094 E. Gilbert (19th century) A Happy Family signed, oil on mahogany panel, 18cm x 23cm £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1095 Elizabeth Leary (Modernist, 20th century) Abstract Study signed, dated 1972, oil on board, 53cm x 64cm £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1096 English School Clipper Red Jacket oil on canvas, 29cm x 39cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1097 English School (19th century) A Summer Day titled plaque with attribution to H & C Shayer, oil on canvas, 29cm x 40cm £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1098 English School (19th century) North Wales indistinctly inscribed and dated 1841 to verso, oil on canvas, 42cm x 64cm £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1099 English School (19th century) The Country Kitchen oil on canvas, 42cm x 51cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1100 English School (early 19th century) Kenneled Fox Hounds at Rest oil on canvas, 46cm x 67cm, indistinctly inscribed stretcher £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1101 English School (early 19th century) Stable Interior, A Field Hunter and Foxhound, Huntsman and Hounds Meeting Outside oil on canvas, 41cm x 67cm £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1102 English School (mid-19th century) A pair, Gun Dogs, Pheasants and Ducks oil on boards, 24cm x 35cm £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1103 Eva Warbourne (1878 - 1954) Cornish Scents signed, oil on canvas laid onto board, 51cm x 41cm £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1104 Fred Castle (late 20th century) Rockley, Poole Harbour signed and dated 1985, titled to verso, oil on board, 39cm x 49cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1105 Frederick J. Haycock (b. 1948) Gorillas in a Jungle Clearing signed, dated ‘93, oil, 60cm x 85cm £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1106 French Impressionist School (late 19th/early 20th century) Still Life, A Bowl of Green Apples oil on board, 24cm x 34cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1107 French School (19th century) A Courting Scene, in the Manner of Fragonard oil on canvas, 63cm x 80cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1108 French School (19th century) The Dilettante oil on mahogany panel, 16cm x 10.5cm, ink manuscript label to verso £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1109 French School (late 19th/early 20th century) A Good Catch indistinctly signed, oil on mahogany panel, 33cm x 17cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1110 G. Lloyd (19th century) Country Idyll signed, oil on canvas, 35cm x 54cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1111 1111 George Augustus Williams (1814 - 1901) Near Petworth, West Sussex monogrammed, titled inset, indistinctly inscribed to verso, oil on canvas, 40cm x 60cm £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1112 H. Beck (Impressionist, first-second quarter 20th century) Gathering the Hay signed, titled stretcher, oil on canvas, 38cm x 76cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1113 Harry E Allen (d. 1958) Slivemore, Ireland signed, tempora, gallery label £4000 - £6000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1114 Impressionist School Off Loading the Cargo before the Cliffs oil on board, 29cm x 40cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1117 1117 Rudolf Richly (Austrian Artist, 1886 - 1975) Still Life, Fish, Limes and Fruit signed, oil on board, 36.5cm x 57cm £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1118 John McColvin (British, 1864-1920) A Country Girl signed, oil on board, 14cm x 22cm £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1115 1115 J Clark (19th century) The Cherry Eaters signed, oil on canvas, 27cm x 44.5cm £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1119 1119 Marcel George Hue (French, b, 1907) Daisies Remembered signed, oil on canvas, 53cm x 66cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1116 1116 James Lawrence Isherwood (1917 - 1989) Wigan signed, titled to verso, oil on board, 40cm x 60cm £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1120 May Field (19th century) Llanfairfechan, North Wales signed, oil on canvas, 51cm x 76cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1121 Montgomery Ansell (19th/20th Century) Moored Fishing Boat signed, 24.5cm x 36cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1125 1125 Sir John ‘’Kyffin’’ Williams, KBE, RA (Welsh Artist, 1918 - 2006) Off to Work monogrammed KW, oil on canvas laid onto board, 21cm x 27.5cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1126 Stephen Maude (20th century) Wetherby Racecourse signed, dated 1983 and titled to verso, acrylic on board, 40cm x 55cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1122 1122 Peter K*fied Christchurch Gate, Canterbury Cathedral indistinctly signed, oil on canvas, 88cm x 67cm £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1123 R W Radcliffe (19th century) The Ploughing Team signed, dated 1883, oil on canvas, 52cm x 106cm £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1124 Roy Porter (late 20th century) Ploughing the Soil signed, oil on board, 35cm x 46cm £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1127 Tim Kingsmill Brown (Equine Artist, b. 1954) Pebbles Winning the Coral Eclipse Stakes, Sandown 1985 signed, titled to verso, oil on canvas, 46cm x 62cm £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1128 Victor Jamotte (Belgian Impressionist, late 19th/ early 20th century) Village Reflections signed, oil on canvas, 40cm x 50cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1129 William Frederick Austin (1833 - 1899) Nottingham Castle signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 24cm x 44cm £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1130 Frederick Kinnard (British, d.1881) The Fisherman’s Tall Tale signed, oil on canvas, 71cm x 85cm £700 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1131 After George Morland A Pig’s Dinner oil on mahogany panel, 28cm x 35cm £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1132 English School (19th century) The Ancient Oak oil on canvas, 49cm x 59cm £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1130

1133 Anglo-Chinese School (19th century) The Whampoa Pagoda watercolour and gouache, 17cm x 22cm £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1134 Attributed to Edward Bird of Bristol, RA (1772 1819) The Family’s Lesson inscribed and attributed to verso, oil on canvas, 45cm x 60cm £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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Day Three Friday 24th January at 10.30am

Works of Art, Clocks & Furniture


Country Home Interiors and Works of Art

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1140 A 19th century Austrian silver-gilt, enamel and jewelled shaped oval easel photograph frame, crested by a floral spray ornamented with pearls and cabachons, the border conforming, the whole decorated in polychrome in the Renaissance palette, the verso chased with foliate leafy scrolls and a wrigglework, Cscroll feet, 13.5cm high, c. 1880 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1141 A 19th century carved tortoiseshell gentleman’s walking cane handle, as a bald headed man, winking and grinning grotesquely, 4cm high £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1142 A 19th century continental silver circular vinaigrette, enamelled with figures, 2cm diam, late 19th century £80 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1143 A 19th century French Limoges enamel and gilt metal tripod pocket watch stand, ring terminal above provision for three timepieces, the dished base ‘jewelled’ and decorated in gilt on a Bleu Royale ground, outswept legs entwined with ivy, ball feet, 18cm high, c.1870 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1144 A 19th century French Palais Royale gilt-metal mounted mother-of-pearl aide-memoire, each rectangular panel carved in relief with a scrolling shell reserve within a shaped frame of garland swags, S-scrolls, trailing bellhusks and anthemions, enclosing a notebook and a silk-lined purse sleeve, flanked by a propelling pencil within a spring frame, the gilt-metal borders cast with flowerheads and scrolls, 8.7cm long, c. 1870 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1145 A 19th century French silver and agate desk seal, the grip boldly cast as three-quarter sculpture of Pan, the Greek god, about to play his flute, wearing a leafy garland, a sash across his naked torso, draped waist, tapering square specimen agate seal, 12cm high, fitted case, c. 1880 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1146 A 19th century Grand Tour micromosaic and specimen stone circular snuff box, the push-fitting cover inset with a panel depicting the Capitoline Doves, 4cm diam, fitted morocco case £700 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1147 A 19th century silver mounted enamel cylindrical scent bottle, painted with a romantic infant and scattered blooms, on a deep blue ground, hinged cover enclosing a stopper, gilt interior, 5.5cm high £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1148 A Continental gilt metal mounted faience waisted rectangular table snuff box, in the Louis XV taste, hinged cover painted with a courting couple, signed, the sides with vignettes of ruins in a landscape, within raised gilt borders on a cobalt blue ground, 8.5cm wide, early 20th century; a George III South Staffordshire enamel circular patch box, decorated with a NeoClassical urn inscribed Love her who gives this Trifle, 3cm diam, c.1780 (faults) (2) £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1149 A Continental silver, rose quartz and enamel parasol handle, chased with bands of laurel and applied with cabochons, marked .950, hardwood shaft, 29cm long overall, c.1910 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1150 A George III gold coloured metal mounted ivory toothpick case, hinged cover set with a beaded reserve, 9cm wide, c.1800; another (2) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1151 A George III silver-mounted and green shagreen spectacles cover, hinged canted cover with inset monogrammed cartouche, 12.5cm long, c. 1790 £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1152 A George III South Staffordshire enamel baluster custard cup and cover, painted in colourful tones with figures perambulating through Picturesque landscapes of classical ruins, the cover with a ship at sail and a gentleman fishing a river by a castle, each reserve within a raised gilt Rococo frame of acanthus, C and S-scrolls, alternating white diaper field, the pink ground with a spray of country flowers, bud finial, scroll handle, 10cm high, c. 1770 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1157 1153 A George III South Staffordshire enamel basket shaped patch box, painted with picturesque landscape vignettes, on a pale blue ground of diapers, hinged cover, 5cm diam, c.1760 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1154 A George III South Staffordshire enamel oval patch box, hinged cover inscribed Love makes all Things easy when Love’s the sweet Reward, within a jewelled border, mirror to verso, cobalt blue side, 5cm wide, c.1780 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1155 A George III tortoiseshell and pique tapered canted rectangular etui, inlaid with swags, harvesters’ sickles and baskets of flowers, hinged cover, 8.5cm long, c.1790 £250 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1156 A good George III Battersea enamel oval table snuff box, painted with Bruegelesque scenes of maids, villagers, fishermen, vagabonds and chawbacons in North European pastoral landscapes, the interior hinged cover with a family of fruit sellers and their produce, giltmetal mounts chased with Adamesque paterae, stepped plinths centred by acanthus, scrolling thumbpiece, 9cm wide, c.1770 £2000 - £3000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1157 An 18th century agate spoon, blood agate cannon barrel handle, the gilt metal mounts enamelled with green foliage, 13cm long, c.1780 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1158 An Art Deco shagreen rounded rectangular cigarette case, silver-gilt interior, 8.2cm wide, c. 1930 £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1159 An early 20th century French enamel and gilt metal novelty miniature table, decorated with a courting couple, drawer to frieze, scroll legs, 7cm wide £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1160 An early 20th century gold coloured metal mounted nephrite jade pocket cigarette case, hinged cover, 8.5cm wide, apparently unmarked, c.1925 £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1161 An George V silver and tortoiseshell page turner, 37.5cm long, Edmund Bennett, London 1912 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1162 Sewing - a 19th century lignum vitae novelty seamstress’s companion cotton dispenser, as a chess piece, brass winder to cresting, screw-fitting base enclosing a bobbin spool, 10cm high, c.1850; a vegetable ivory bodkin case, the end formerly incorporating a tape measure, 9.5cm long (2) £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1164 1164 Coins, GB, George V, 197 Proof Set, six coins: 5/-, 2/6d, 2/-, 1/-, 6d & 3d, .500 silver, some bloom on obverse of lower denominations, o/w, nFDC, gilt-embossed red morocco case of issue with Royal Arms £400 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1165 A Victorian silver mounted porcelain tapered scent bottle, moulded and decorated in gilt with trailing ivy, domed screw-fitting cover, 15cm long, Sampson Morden & Co, London 1894 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1166 An 18th century French gold-fitted green shagreen fragrance etui, enclosing a fitted arrangement of four glass phials, each tapering canted bottle and stopper surmounted by a gold cap, centred by a gold dispensing funnel, the canted domed cover restrained by a push-button, tapering base, shell standard mark to funnel, bottle cap hallmarks indistinct, 6.3cm high, c. 1790 £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1167 A pair of 19th century Bohemian amber glass baluster scent bottles, each reservoir with oval reserves in low relief, shaped rim, girdle to faceted shoulders, spreading base with further elongated ovals, star cut base, teardrop stoppers, 23cm high, c. 1870 £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1163 1163 William and Mary, five-guineas, 1693, conjoined busts right, rev., crowned and garnished shield, lettered edge reads qvinto .... £2000 - £3000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1168 A large 19th century Continental porcelain canted square scent bottle, painted recto and verso with a colourful bouquet of summer flowers, within a reserve moulded in high relief with shells and scrolling acanthus, the dark green ground with raised gilt leafy scrolls, conforming buckle stopper, gilt rim an neck, 16cm high, c. 1860 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1167, 1168, 1169, 1170, 1176, 143, 1171, 1172, 1173, 1174 & 1175 1169 A large 19th century Continental porcelain panelled baluster scent bottle, colourfully painted in polychrome enamels with a band of ripe fruit and country flowers between borders of raised gilt foliate C and S-scrolls, above further shaped reserves conforming, green ground, octagonal stopper conforming, incised numbering to base: 419, 16cm high, c. 1870 £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1170 A pair of 19th century Continental porcelain canted square scent bottles, painted in colourful polychrome enmaels with exotic ho-ho birds in a gilt Cscroll reserve, apple green ground, mushroom stoppers, gilt rims, 15.5cm high, c. 1860 £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1171 A 19th century Jacob Petit porcelain low baluster scent bottle, decorated in the Sèvres style, the octagonal girdle painted with sprays of country flowers, the green shoulder with gilt leafy foliate scrolls, to verso with a band in apricot tones, shaped stopper, spreading foot picked out with gilt flutes, 13cm high, printed marks to base, c.1870 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1172 A 19th century French porcelain incurved square baluster scent bottle, decorated in the Sèvres style with C and S-scroll reserves in raised gilding, picked out in green, on a ground of country flowers, tapering octagonal stopper, scroll feet, 13.5cm high, c. 1870 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1173 A 19th century French Palais-Royal gilt-metal mounted and cut glass square scent bottle, the hinged cover with an inset view of , chased scrolling cage work shoulder, skirted square base, scroll knees, ball feet, 12.5cm high £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1174 A 19th century green glass scent bottle, probably Moser, the reservoir with raised panels with scrolls, foliage and devices in raised gilding, the ground picked out with trailing leaves, castellated rim, associated stopper, the base numbered 16 in red, 20.5cm high, c. 1880; an early 20th century silver-mounted and opaque glass globular scent bottle, quite plain, the reservoir in merging orange tones, canted square stopper, unmarked silver collar, 11.5cm high, (2) £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1175 An Art Nouveau silver-mounted ruby glass scent bottle, of small proportions, overlaid with a band of sinuous flowers on trellis, the globular stopper conforming, 10cm high, c. 1920 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1176 A 19th century French Palais-Royal gilt-metal mounted ruby glass scent bottle, the sides adorned with topographical vignettes of Paris landmarks, on a scrolling chased cage work ground, the hinged cover centred by a glass cabachon, caryatid and scroll feet, 14.5cm high, c. 1870 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1177, 1156, 1166 & 1181 1177 An early 18th century Continental gold-mounted tortoiseshell and piqué oval snuff box, the hinged cover pressed in relief and centred by a hunting trophy in a Picturesque landscape, the sides decorated with a boar hunt and hare coursing, the base with a scrolling device, 4cm high, 7.8cm wide, c. 1730 £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1179 A George III Scottish armorial cedar penwork double-snuff box, the upper hinged cover picked out in black ink with a coat of arms, festoon, wreath and family motto within the ribbon, the lower hinged cover plain, decorated throughout with a ground of red scales, 8.6cm long, c. 1790 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1178 A George III/George IV Scottish armorial silvermounted horn snuff mull, of typical form, the hinged cover with an inset cast silver family crest, dentil rim, curved thumbpiece, 9cm high, 10.5cm wide, c. 1820 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1180 Folk Art - a 19th century novelty oak snuff box, as a pinch of snuff, cork bung, 10.3cm long £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1181 A George III gold-mounted tortoiseshell rounded rectangular snuff box, the piqué cover with a bright-cut spray of country flowers in two tones, S-scroll thumbpiece centred by a shell, 7.6cm wide, c. 1780 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1182 An early 19th century silver coloured metal mounted mother of pearl rectangular snuff box, hinged cover, 6cm wide, c.1820 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1183 English School (second quarter, 19th century), a portrait miniature, of a gentleman of means, half-length, wearing a dark coat, beige waistcoat, white wing collar and black cravat, oval, watercolour and gouache on paper, 12.5cm x 8cm, gilt-metal mounted black papiermâché frame £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1184 English School (19th century), a portrait miniature, of a vagabond, half-length, in a rolling landscape, oval, watercolour on ivory, 8.5cm x 7cm, giltmetal mounted black papier-mâché frame £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1185 1185 English School (second quarter, 19th century), a pair of portrait miniatures, a matrimonial couple, bust-length, the gentleman with brown curly hair, wearing a white stock and a black coat, the lady’s hair dressed in ringlets, wearing pearl earrings, a gold chain and a black dress, watercolour on ivory, 9cm x 7cm, gilt frames inscribed to verso Armstrong grandparents? [...] Painted 1831 £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1186 French Revivalist School (late 19th century), a portrait miniature, of Queen Elizabeth I, after the Elizabethan original, bust-length, crowned, adorned with pearls and wearing a ruff, oval, watercolour on ivorine, 6.5cm x 5cm, silver frame cast with scrolls and foliage £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1187 1187 English School (18th century), a portrait miniature, of a gentleman, bust-length, fully-turned to sinister, his hair dressed, wearing a white cravat and a black coat, oval, watercolour with gouache heightening on ivory, 6.3cm x 5cm, red morocco case with card indistinctly attributed in ink manuscript £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1202 1188 English School (19th century), a portrait miniature, of a young gentleman wearing a blue coat, yellow waistcoat and black stock, watercolour on ivory, oval, 5.5cm x 4.5cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1193 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 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1189 English School (19th century), a portrait miniature, of a gentleman, half length, wearing a blue jacket and white stock, watercolour on ivory, oval, 7.5cm x 6cm; another, of a lady, overpainted print, 6.5cm x 5.5cm (2) £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1194 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%

1190 English School (early 19th century), a portrait miniature, of a young girl wearing a red coral necklace, watercolour and gouache, oval, 7.5cm x 6cm, the frame stamped W Hill & Co, Birmingham £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1191 English School (early 20th century), a canine portrait miniature, of a Jack Russell, inscribed to verso Miss J Douglas Graham, Victoria Street, Westminster, ‘’Nelly’’ an old pet, No.3, watercolour on ivorine, 6cm x 4.5cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1192 An 18th century Birmingham enamel rectangular box, the cover enamelled with classical columns, the sides conforming, white ground, 8cm wide, c.1790 £250 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1195 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% 1196 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) £120 - £180 1200 Victor Seifert (Austrian, 1870 - 1953), after, a brown patinated bronze figural table lamp, of a boy blacksmith, proudly standing before his anvil wearing a workman’s cap and apron, white onyx socle, gilt-metal fittings, 31cm high overall, c. 1920 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1201 Tribal Art - a Pitcairn Island vase, carved with a hand, stamped inscription, circular base, 19cm high, early 20th century £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1202 Treen - a large 17th century Scottish silver mounted laburnum quaich, the staved bowl centred by a boss inscribed with initials JJ over MF, the lug handles engraved with tulips, above a willow-bound girdle, 27.5cm wide, c.1685 £2000 - £3000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1206 Sporting memorabilia - a cricket bat signed by New Zealand and England, also signed to back by Derby team, presented as a prize at the Charity Dinner and Boxing event in Derby 9th March 1987; anther signed by Northampton (2) £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1203 Taxidermy - a boar’s head, naturalistically mounted with its mouth agape presenting rows of teeth, inset glass eyes, oak shield-shaped mount, 70cm high, early 20th century £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1208 1208 Rolls Royce - After Charles Robinson Sykes (1875 - 1950), a substantial brown patinated bronze, The Spirit of Ecstasy, three-tier black marble pedestal base, 65cm high, 20th century Provenance: by repute from the vendor, this sculptural mascot was displayed in a Rolls Royce showroom. £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1205 1205 A 19th century walnut and ebonised Vienna regulator wall clock, 16cm enamel dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds chapter, twin winding holes, two weights, arched case flanked by split-turnings, 104cm long, c1870 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1209 Railway Interest - an oak circular British Rail station timepiece, 19cm circular painted dial inscribed B.R (S), 111070, single winding hole, fusee movement, 30cm diam £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1210 A George III Chippendale period mahogany side chair, shaped cresting rail, pierced splat carved with scrolling acanthus, drop in seat, moulded square legs, c1760 £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1211 1211 Port 1871, from the cellar of the Manor House Bredon, Gloucestershire, unmarked £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1214 1214 Modern Design - a pair of tubular metal office armchairs and footstools, by Dux, in the manner of Marcel Breuer and the Bauhaus, deep buttoned leather upholstery, 77cm wide £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1215 A Chinese hardwood circular centre table, dreamstone top above a shaped and pierced frieze carved with fruiting vine, serpentine legs and stretchers carved with leafy bamboo, 75cm high, 76cm diameter, c1900 £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1212 1212 Pierre-Jules Mêne (1810 - 1879), after, a brown patinated animalier bronze, Chien Braque Seul (Pointer), naturalistically cast, the rounded rectangular ground with tree stump and foliage, signed in the maquette, 13cm high, 19cm wide, 19th century £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1213 Modern Design - a set of four injection moulded plastic Luran-S chairs, after Verner Panton, 81cm high £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1216 Miniature Furniture - a Victorian gilt metal mounted walnut and marquetry pier cabinet, of diminutive proportions, oversailing rectangular top above a glazed door, plinth foot, 66.5cm high, 51cm wide, c.1870 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1217 Milo (20th century), a dark patinated bronze, of a Native American Brave, signed in the maquette, Talos Gallery foundry mark, marble base, 70cm high £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1220 1220 An 18th century Chinese porcelain mounted hardwood jardinière stand, circular top with inset panel painted in the famille verte palette with scholar’s at work, beaded border above a shaped frieze, pierced and carved with blossoming prunus, 88cm high, 36.5cm diameter, the panel c1770, the stand c1900 £500 - £700 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1221 Luca Madrassi (1848 - 1919), after, a verdigris patinated bronze, Young Napoleon, signed in the maquette, foundry mark for Societe Des Bronzes De Paris, verte antico marble base, 64cm high £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1222 Louis Van Broeckel (1857 - 1944), an Art Nouveau dark patinated sculptural inkstand, as a rose branch, signed in the maquette, rectangular antico marble base, 25cm wide £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1218 1218 Maritime Furniture - a 19th century mahogany ship’s cabin secretaire bookcase, dentil cornice above a bevelled glazed rectangular door, flanked by wave shaped brackets, the projecting base fitted for writing above a pair of rectangular panel doors, 191cm high, 69cm wide, c.1875 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1223 Julius Schmidt-Felling (1835 - 1920), after, a gilt bronze Art Deco group, of three birds on a branch, signed in the maquette, foundry mark of Kraas, Berlin, stepped lozenge shaped verte antico marble base, 24cm wide £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1224 Italian School (19th century), a Carrara marble rectangular panel, Ceratonia siliqua (carob tree), titled, carved with the homonymous branch, dated 1837, 30cm x 18cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1225 1225 A 19th century Louis XV Revival ormolu mounted kingwood, rosewood and marquetry bombe shaped bureau du dame, fall front with matched veneers enclosing a well, a niche, small drawers and an inset tooled and gilt leather writing surface, serpentine legs, 88cm high, 79.5cm wide, c1850 £3000 - £4000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1226 Italian Grand Tour School (late 18th/early 19th century), a marble rectangular plaque, Venus Bathing, carved alto-relievo, 17cm x 10cm £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1229 French School (early 20th century), a dark patinated bronze, of a hound, rectangular onyx base, 18cm wide £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1230 1230 A Chinese padouk wood jardinière stand, lobed circular top with inset soapstone panel, beaded border, the frieze and legs pierced and carved with masks and blossoming prunus, incurved stretchers, lion paw feet, 62cm high, 39cm diameter, c1900 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1231 French School (early 20th century), a brown and gilt patinated bronze figural desk stand, cast with a sinuous beauty on a stylized lily pad, flowing into a pen tray and flanked by an inkwell, signed indistinctly in the maquette, 31cm wide, c. 1910 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1232 French School (early 19th century), a gilt patinated bronze, of a Greek Warrior, boldly striding forward brandishing his sword, his shield discarded to the side, black marble base, 22.5cm high £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1233 French School (19th century), an alabaster figure, Gathering Blooms, 40cm high overall £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1234 French School (19th century), a gilt bronze, of Cardinal Mazarin, seated at a writing table, rectangular base, 11.5cm wide £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1235 A Chinese padouk wood rectangular jardinière stand, the top with inset soapstone panel, above a shaped and pierced frieze, carved with blossoming prunus, rectangular undertier, ball and claw feet, 79.5cm high, 51cm wide, c1900 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1236 1236 French School (19th century), a dark patinated bronze, Bacchic Revelry, putto and satyr on a lion skin, marble base, 22.5cm high £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1237 French School (19th century), a brown patinated bronze and Griotte marble figural candlestick, cast as a putto holding aloft a gilt-patinated cornucopia light, acanthus sconce and drip pan, columnar pedestal, laureate garland, skirted square plinth base, 41cm high, c. 1870 £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1238 Ezio Trapassi (1871 - 1960), an Art Nouveau alabaster figure, A Reflection of Beauty, the scantily draped nude adjusts her hair, marble base with mirror ‘pool’, signed, 46cm high £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1239 Crimea War, Florence Nightingale - a mid-19th century bowed cylindrical beaker, naively carved in relief Scutari Hospital 1855, between two copper bands, 12cm high, dated 1855 This beaker is reputedly to have been used by the residents of the hospital in 1855 when Florence Nightingale was working there. The Army Medical Services Museum believes it to have been the personal beaker of a resident and also carved by one, rather than military issue. £350 - £450 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1240 A Chinese hardwood jardinière stand, circular top with inset soapstone panel, beaded border above a deep frieze pierced and carved with blossoming prunus, cabriole legs, 49cm high, 27.5cm diameter, c1900 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1241 1241 Continental School (19th century), a Carrara marble, Nothing To Fear, 71cm high, associated pedestal, 170cm high overall £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1242 1242 An unusually large 19th century Maranao silver damascened brass betel box, decorated in the Islamic taste, hinged cover enclosing four compartments, carrying handles to sides, bracket feet, brass wheels, 16.5cm high, 30cm wide, fitted hardwood stand, Mindanao, Southern Philippines £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1243 1243 Claire Jeanne Roberte Colinet (Belgian, 18801950), after, a gilt patinated bronze, Andalusian Dancer, she stands nude but for flowers in her hair, holding castanets in each hand while surging on her toes, Art Deco brown onyx hexagonal pedestal, signed, 42cm high, accompanied by a b/w photograph of the bronze taken in the 1930s £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1244 Henri Josep Francois, Baron de Triqueti (1804-74), a Dieppe ivory and dark patinated bronze, Ariadne/ Cleopatra, an asp around her arm, seated in an Egyptian Revival chair, with eagles to angles, paw feet, rouge marble platform, ebonised base, signed to her head band, H De Triqueti, 1859 The original statue is situated in the Courtyard of Statues (Cortile delle Statue), Vatican and was acquired by Pope Julius II (1503-1513) in 1512. It was believed to be of Cleopatra, who killed herself with the bite of an asp, however Ennio Quirino Visconti recognised the statue as being of Ariadne, in the 1700’s. Ariadne was the daughter of King Minos of Crete who, after having helped Theseus overcome the Minotaur and escape the Labyrinth, was abandoned by the ungrateful man as she lay sleeping on the island of Naxos; she was re-awakened by the arrival of Dionysus, who married her. The Vatican sculpture is a copy of a 2nd century B.C. original from the school of Pergamon £2000 - £3000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1245 A Chinese hardwood low tea table, shaped frieze carved with scrolls and foliage centred by a seal, 27cm high, 83cm wide, early 20th century £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1249 Antiquities - a Roman marble sculptural fragment, the head of a woman, 20cm high, mounted for display, 35cm high overall £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1250 A Queen Anne walnut spice cupboard, shallow cornice above a rectangular crossbanded door with book-matched veneers, enclosing an arrangement of oak drawers, brass escutcheon and handles, 38cm high, 38cm wide, c.1710 £200 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1251 Anita Lafford, a brown patinated bronze, Jayne Torvill & Christopher Dean, signed in the maquette, numbered 7/27 and dated 1998, oval polished base, 51cm high £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1247 1247 Auguste de Wever (1836-1910), silvered bronzes, a pair, Jesters, 34.5cm, signed £100 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1248 Architectural Salvage - a Victorian limestone balcony, wrought iron balustrade, buttress supports, one carved as a bearded king, moulded plinth, 370cm wide, c.1880 £500 - £700 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1252 An unusual Victorian oak combination Admiral Fitzroy’s storm stick barometer and timepiece, paper register chromolithograph printed in the Gothic Revival taste, the beech thermometer inscribed Tozer, Optician, Torquay, the whole surmounted by a timepiece, 10cm white enamel dial inscribed with Roman numerals, singular-winding hole, crested by perpendicular cresting, skirted base, 121cm high, c. 1870 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1253 An unusual rustic yew wood cricket table, the shaped top formed from a transverse section, the base from a branch, 73cm high, 77cm wide £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1254 An unusual Continental silver coloured metal metamorphic dressing table mirror, the handle folding to serve as an easel, bevelled plate within a border of flowering C-scrolls, 33.5cm long overall, apparently unmarked, c.1890 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1255 A 19th century gilt brass repeating alarum carriage clock, 6.5cm rectangular enamel dial inscribed with Roman and subsidiary Arabic numerals, above an alarm setting chapter, the movement with platform escapement, striking on a gong, five-glass gorge case with swing carrying handle, 14.5cm high, c.1880, morocco case £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1258 An Iranian hand knotted carpet, the garnet ground with geometric motifs of ecru and blue, label for Tabris Super, 344cm x 245cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% For more images please visit www.bamfords-auctions.co.uk


1259 1259 An Indian iron rectangular box, cast and chiselled overall with scrolling lotus and stylised foliage, hinged cover, bun feet, 31.5cm wide, 19th century £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1260 A Gothic Revival gilt brass partners’ inkstand, in the Pugin manner, arched carrying handle with dragon head buttresses, flanked by a pair of circular wells with hinged cover, the base cast with quatrefoil tracery and acanthus buds, dished pen rests with a ground of diapers, ball feet, 38cm wide, c.1850 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1261 1261 An imposing parcel-gilt composition and clear glass dining table, retailed by Harrods, London, the oval top supported by a pair of substantial classical urns, flanked by cornucopia, plinth base, 75cm high, 244cm long, 121cm wide, 20th century £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1262 An Elizabethan/James I oak and marquetry Nonsuch desk box, hinged cover enclosing a till and provision for drawers, the sides with remnants of architectural elevations, 28cm wide, c. 1600 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1263 1263 An Edwardian mahogany splay fronted floor standing corner display cabinet, moulded cornice above an astragal glazed door, the base with a further door inlaid with an oval bat wing patera, bracket feet, 195.5cm high, 64cm wide, c1905 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1264 An Edwardian mahogany and marquetry table cabinet, oversailing rectangular top inlaid with an oval batwing patera, above a glazed door with arched bevelled pane enclosing three drawers, pierced brass Gothic swing handles, skirted base, shallow bracket feet, 30.5cm high, c.1905 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1265 After Giambologna (19th century), a dark patinated bronze, of Giambologna, belge noir columnar base with bas relief, 83cm high £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1270 1270 An early Victorian tortoiseshell canted bow fronted tea caddy, hinged pagoda top enclosing a pair of lidded compartments, skirted base, bun feet, 19cm wide, c.1840 £250 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1266 1266 An Edwardian mahogany and marquetry display cabinet, arched cresting above a pair of glazed doors, inlaid in coloured woods with ribbon-tied bell husk swags and acanthus scrolls, tapered square legs, spade feet, 178cm high, 112cm wide, c1910 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1267 An Edwardian mahogany and marquetry bracket clock, 14cm convex dial inscribed with Roman numerals, twin winding holes, eight day movement by A D Mougin striking on a gong, the domed case with brass urnular finials, inlaid with a covered urn and leafy scrolls, brass bracket feet, 35.5cm high, c.1905 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1271 1271 An early Victorian rosewood Sutherland table, rounded rectangular top, turned pillars, the unusual folding base with four cabriole legs, 70cm high, 86.5cm wide, c.1840 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1268 An early Victorian wool work picture, embroidered with a naive lion, by EH, monogrammed, within a border of foliate leafy scrolls, 29cm x 38cm, rosewood frame, c. 1850 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1269 An early Victorian walnut rounded rectangular card table, moulded top above a deep frieze carved with acanthus, baluster column flanked by four acanthus scrolls, conforming feet, brass casters, 74cm high, 91.5cm wide, c1840 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1272 An early Victorian rosewood serpentine card table, folding top with moulded edge enclosing an inset tooled and gilt leather playing surface above a deep frieze, lobed baluster column, cabriole legs, profusely carved with stiff leaves, C-scrolls and lotus, brass casters, 72cm high, 90cm wide, c1840 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1276 A pair of 19th century French ormolu, alabaster and rouge marble ovoid castellettes, each with three monopodia cast with maenad masks, applied with swags, fruiting vine and acanthus, incurved canted triform bases, bun feet, later converted to lamps, 32cm high, c.1860 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1277 1277 An early George III mahogany lowboy, rectangular moulded top above a cockbeaded frieze drawer, shaped apron with a pair of further small drawers, pierced brass bat shaped handle and escutcheon, chamfered square legs, 73cm high, 79cm wide, c1760 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1273 1273 An early Victorian mahogany patent child’s bergere high chair, by Wilson, Newton & Co, London, brass label, no.148, adjustable mechanism, turned legs and stretchers, 91cm high, c1840 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1278 An early 20th century white painted rectangular mirror, with musical trophy above the plate, beaded and ribbon borders, 130cm x 76cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1274 An early Victorian mahogany bow fronted chest, slightly oversailing top above two short and long graduated cockbeaded drawers, oval brass handles, outlined with lozenge banding, turned feet, 101cm high, 101cm wide, c.1840 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1279 An early 20th century Swiss rectangular casket music box, 5.5cm cylinder playing two airs on a onepiece comb, tune sheet no. 35/117, Treasure Waltz and Martha, hinged cover inlaid with a shield shaped cartouche, bracket feet, 14cm wide, c.1920 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1275 An early Victorian Berlin wool work picture, embroidered in coloured threads with an amusing monkey tormenting a pair of cats with the scales of justice, the sides with a baluster vase and a dish, in a sylvan landscape, 35cm x 39cm, rosewood frame with scrolling shells to angles, c. 1850 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1280 An early 20th century rectangular mirror, with flowers to angles, 49cm x 76cm £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1281 An early 20th century rectangular mirror, with flowers and scrolls to angles, 54cm x 71cm £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1282 A George III mahogany serpentine miniature chest of four long graduated drawers, brass handles and pierced bat shaped escutcheons, flanked by reeded canted angles, bracket feet, 16cm high, 17cm wide, c.1770 £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1283 An early 20th century rectangular mirror, with ribbon tied cartouche above the rectangular plate, beaded and ribbon borders, 130cm x 64cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1284 An early 20th century ormolu six branch electrolier, cast with scrolling acanthus, 63cm diam £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1285 An early 20th century oak table cabinet, hinged top above a pair of rectangular doors, enclosing a jewellery compartment and three long graduated drawers, wavy borders, bun feet, 26cm high £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1286 A 19th century gilt brass oval carriage clock, 6cm circular enamel dial with Roman and subsidiary Arabic numerals, the ground engraved with scrolling foliage, the movement with platform escapement, striking on a gong, shaped carrying handle, skirted base, no.1695, 14cm high, c.1880 £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1287 An early 20th century Chinoiserie dwarf longcase clock, 14.5cm silvered dial inscribed with Arabic numerals, twin-winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a gong, the case japanned in the eighteenth century taste with Chinese figures in traditional flowing robes, contemplating nature’s beauties in stylized monumental landscapes of pagodas, bridge and garden structures amongst rocky outcrops, prunus, willow trees, further foliage and ho-ho birds, serpentine pediment above a pair of columnar pilasters, bevel glazed door, cockbeaded case, rectangular plinth, 123.5cm high, c1920 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1288 A late Victorian oak wall aneroid barometer, with alcohol thermometer and clock, signed J. Hicks/maker/London /8090, the barometer flanked by griffins sejant with swags to base and Neo-Greek architectural mount above, containing 8-day enamel dial timepiece with Roman chapter; presentation plaque ‘Presented to Eric Seale Haslam, on his coming of age April 8th 1907 by the Staff of The Haslam Foundry & Engineering Company Limited, Derby’, 77.5cm high, c. 1900 Eric Seale Haslam was the surviving son of the industrialist Sir Alfred Seale Haslam (1844-1927), who established the Union Foundry at Chester Green Derby in the 1860s, and pioneered seaborne refrigeration units. He later served as MP and Mayor of Newcastle-underLyme and Mayor of Derby. He rebuilt Breadsall Priory, near Derby where Eric Haslam, who was High Sheriff of Derbyshire in 1937, lived until his death. James Joseph Hicks founded his firm in 1861 and was at 8, 9 & 10 Hatton Garden from 1880, when numbering began. The firm, which had a reputation for quality, was acquired by Stanley in 1911 but continued to use the name £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1289 An early 20th century brown patinated Corinthian table lamp, the capital typically cast with acanthus, leaves and scrolls, fluted column, stepped square pedestal base, 56.5cm high, c. 1920 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1290 An early 20th century brass cheval mirror, oval bevelled plate flanked by reeded columns terminating in scantily clad female finials, pad feet, 137cm high, 41cm wide, c.1920 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1291 An early 20th century Austrian cold-painted and brown patinated bronze table centre, cast as blackamoor, wearing a fez and carrying a bamboo square basket on his back, shoot legs, 20cm high, c. 1910 £200 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1292 1292 A pair of post-Regency Chinoiserie tortoiseshell pagoda shaped tea caddies, each hinged cover enclosing a lidded compartment, 13cm high, one stamped Lund, Cornhill, London, c.1830 £2000 - £3000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1293 An early 20th century Anglo-Indian gentleman’s sword stick, 63.5cm blade inscribed India, domed hardwood pommel and grip, bone frieze carved in relief with foliage, picked out in black, white metal ferule, ebonised shaft, brass walking tip, 92cm long overall, c. 1920 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1294 An early 19th century yew and elm Windsor elbow chair, hooped back, shaped and pierced wheel splat, saddle seat, turned legs, H-stretcher, Thames Valley, c.1820 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1295 An early 18th century oak rectangular table base, nulled frieze, turned legs, rectangular stretchers, 63cm high, 121cm wide, c1720 (later associated top) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1296 A 19th century gilt brass carriage clock, 6.5cm rectangular silvered dial inscribed with a chapter of Roman numerals and engraved with scrolling foliage, the movement with platform escapement, striking on a bell, acanthus grasped swing handle, the five-glass case engraved throughout with scrolling foliage, skirted base, shallow bracket feet, 18cm over handle, c.1880 £2000 - £3000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1296 1297 An early 18th century oak gateleg table, oval top, turned legs, rectangular stretchers, 73cm high, 101cm wide, c.1720 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1298 An early 18th century oak gateleg table, oval top, turned legs, 70cm high, 94.5c wide, c.1720 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1299 An early 18th century oak gateleg table, of small proportions, oval top, turned legs, outswept feet, 70cm high, 92cm wide, c1720 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1300 An early 18th century oak gateleg dining table, turned legs, rectangular stretcher, 71cm high, 123cm wide, c1720 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1301 An early 18th century oak gateleg dining table, oval top, turned legs, rectangular stretchers, 75cm high, 129cm wide, c1720 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1302 Josef Lorenzl (1892 - 1950), a silvered bronze, of an Art Deco nude dancer, geometric green onyx plinth, 37cm high £1200 - £1800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1303 An early 18th century oak gateleg dining table, oval top, turned legs, rectangular stretchers, 75cm high, 112cm wide, c.1720 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1305 1305 An early 18th century blanket chest, hinged moulded top, three panel front carved with lozenges, stile feet, V-shaped end planks, 76cm high, 121cm wide, c.1700 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1304 1304 An early 18th century oak blanket chest, hinged rectangular top, three panel front carved with lozenges, flowers and leafy scrolls, stile feet, 72cm high, 118cm wide, c1700 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1306 1306 An Austrian Secessionist brass mounted softwood book stand, pierced gallery with four ebony spheres, 91.5cm high, 44.5cm wide, c. 1910 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1307 An Austrian cold painted bronze group, cock and hen pheasants, naturalistically modelled mounted on an onyx desk tray, 24.5cm wide, c.1925 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1308 A fine and unusual lapis lazuli and silvered metal mounted repeating carriage clock, 4.5cm circular engine turned dial inscribed Charles Frodsham, London, Arabic numerals, 8-day French movement striking on a gong, enamel setting dial, the case in the Neo-Classical Revival taste with ribbon-tied wreath handle, lotus borders and anthemions to angles, shallow bracket feet, 13.5cm high overall, c.1910 £3000 - £4000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1309 An Arts and Crafts brass rectangular panel, embossed with a longship sailing choppy seas, traces of planishing, contemporaneous oak frame carved in relief with beasts, flowers and leafy foliage, 69cm x 57cm, c. 1910 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1310 1310 An Arts & Crafts mahogany barrel chair, in the manner of Liberty & Co, curved cresting rail above a row of rectangular slats, 72cm high, c. 1900 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1312 An Art Nouveau period mahogany wingback armchair, the lattice back outlined with satinwood banding, downswept arms above rows of spindles, stuffed over upholstery, tapered square legs, 123cm high, c.1905 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1313 An Art Nouveau ash and marquetry wardrobe, moulded cornice above a deep frieze and a mirrored door, inlaid with sinuous flowering whiplash stems, 203cm high, 97cm wide, c.1905 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1314 An Art Deco silver-mounted verre églomisé boudoir timepiece, 4cm dial applied with Arabic numerals, eight-day Swiss movement, square bevelled glass panel decorated with an iridescent peacock and fruiting trees, silver egg-and-dart border, wooden back panel with plinth foot, 10.5cm x 10.5cm, c. 1930 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1318 An Art Deco brown patinated and frosted glass figural table lamp, centred by a cast figure of an urchin boy, standing proud on an outcrop, the back with a canted glass shade, 39cm high, c. 1930 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1319 1319 An Anglo-Indian hardwood and ivory marquetry octagonal occasional table, oversailing top above a deep frieze with a pair of drawers, profusely inlaid with dense scrolling foliage, checkered borders, shaped ogee apron, 59cm high, 49cm diameter, c1900 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1320 A 19th century giltwood and gesso table trough, carved and moulded with scrolling acanthus, the toleware liner printed in gilt with fruiting vine, on a vermillion ground, 44cm wide £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1321 An Adam revival gilt metal mounted, painted and parcel-gilt demi-lune display cabinet, oversailing top above a deep frieze and a glazed door, glazed door enclosing adjustable shelves, carved and applied with swags, acanthus, trailing bell husks and a wreath, tapered square legs, 162.5cm high, 80cm wide, early 20th century £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1322 An 18th century style walnut and marquetry side table, moulded rectangular top inlaid with leafy scrolls and heart shaped reserves, above three frieze drawers, shaped apron carved with leafy scrolls and shells, fluted legs, shaped feet, 77cm high, 120.5cm wide £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1323 An 18th century style mahogany crossbanded oak dresser, dentil cornice above a shaped frieze and an arrangement of shelves and cupboards, the projecting base with a further cupboard and drawers, outlined throughout with chequered banding and boxwood stringing, brass swan neck handles, cabriole legs, paw feet, 205cm high, 184cm wide, 20th century £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1324 1324 An 18th Century oak three panel blanket chest, hinged top, stile feet, 70cm high, 125cm wide, c1720 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1328 1328 An 18th century mahogany and ivory marquetry side chair, shaped back with vasular splat, inlaid with a lady, flowering urns and grotesques, drop-in seat, cabriole legs, turned stretchers, pointed pad feet, 109cm high, c. 1760 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1325 1325 Robin Shippard (early 20th century), a brown patinated bronze, of a girl holding a puppy, the base with further animals, signed in the maquette and dated 1907, marble base, 47.5cm high £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1326 An 18th century oak joint stool, rectangular top, shaped frieze, turned legs, 58cm high, 43.5c wide £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1327 An ‘18th century’ oak dresser, outswept cornice above an arrangement of shelves and cupboards, the projecting base with three deep drawers, carved in relief with stiff leaves, flowerheads and lunettes, cabriole legs, pad feet, 207cm high, 192cm wide, c1760 with later alterations £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1329 1329 An 18th century limestone carving, as the head of a gentleman wearing a wig, bust length, 29cm high, 46cm wide £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1330 1330 A pair of 19th century gilt metal mounted fluorspar mantel candlesticks, campana sconces, tapered pillars, incurved canted triform bases applied with recumbent lions, shaped aprons, paw feet, rouge marble bases, 33.5cm high, c.1860 £1500 - £2000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1332 1332 An 18th century Baroque giltwood and gesso looking-glass, crested by an eagle and boldly carved with writhing snakes amongst dense scrolling acanthus, fruiting branches and acorns, the apron with a grotesque mask, bevelled mirror plate, 131cm high, 93cm wide, c. 1700 - 1730 £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1335 A substantial Victorian ormolu mounted ebonised musical bracket clock, 18cm arched brass dial inscribed Kirk & Company Limited, Hull, silvered chapter ring with Roman and subsidiary Arabic numerals, the arch with Slow/Fast, Chime/Silent and Chime on 8 Bells/Westminster Chimes setting dials, triple winding holes, triple-fusee movement striking on bells and a gong, the caddy-top case with pine cone finials, flanked by Corinthian columns, fluted bun feet, 74cm high, c.1880 £2000 - £3000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1331 1331 An 18th century continental elm blanket chest, probably German, hinged top, the front applied with geometric mouldings, skirted base, stile feet, 57cm high, 107cm wide, c1740 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1337 After Barye, a brown patinated animalier bronze, Chat assis (Seated Cat), tall black marble pedestal, 21.cm high £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1338 After Amadeo Modigliani, a brown patinated bronze, Abstract Head, marble plinth, 36.5cm high overall £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1339 A Zenith archtop six-string acoustic jazz guitar, faux tortoiseshell scratchplate, serial no. M427G, paper label with facsimile signature of Ivor Mairants, distributed by Boosey & Hawkes, London, 109cm long, hard carrying case £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1340 A Victorian skeleton clock, 18.5cm diam silvered Gothic dial inscribed with Roman numerals, fusee movement striking on a bell, scroll frame, oval white marble base, 46cm high, c.1850 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1341 A William IV/early Victorian rosewood crossbanded mahogany longcase clock, 36cm arched painted dial inscribed James Brindley, Newcastle, Roman numerals, rolling moon phase to arch, subsidiary seconds dial, date aperture, 8-day movement striking on a bell, the case with lofty swan neck pediment, Gothic triple lancet door to waist flanked by turned pillars, plinth base, 231cm high, c1840 James Brindley of Newcastleunder-Lyme was born in 1804 and apprenticed to John Nickerson of Newcastle 1819-1826, and set up shop in Ironmarket, Newcastle shortly afterwards, working until 1860. He employed seve men in 1851, and used neighbouring craftsman John Broomhall as his cabinet maker (and in all probability the maker of this case). He was succeeded by his son John Beavis Brindley.working 1830-1850 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1342 1342 A William IV/early Victorian mahogany bagatelle table, folding top, turned and fluted legs, 91cm high, 121cm wide (folded) c1840 £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1343 A William IV Welsh flame mahogany longcase clock, 33.5cm arched painted dial inscribed Powell & Davies, Merthyr, Roman numerals, the arch painted with a timbered building, the centre with foxes, subsidiary seconds dial, date aperture, 8-day movement striking on a bell, the arched hood with brass eagle finials, rectangular door to waist flanked by canted angles, outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing and geometric banding, 232cm high, c1835 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1344 1344 A William IV rosewood rounded rectangular tea table, possibly Irish, folding top with moulded edge, fluted baluster column, lotus socle, ‘shamrock’ base, lotus scroll feet, 74cm high, 93cm wide, c.1835 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1345 1345 A William IV rosewood rounded rectangular centre table, slightly oversailing top above a deep frieze, panelled baluster column, incurved canted base, carved scroll feet, 73cm high, 127.5cm wide, c1835 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1346 A Chippendale Revival mahogany stool, drop-in seat, cabriole legs, carved to the knees with acanthus, ball and claw feet, 46cm high, 54cm wide, c1920 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1347 1347 A William IV rosewood rounded rectangular card table, folding top enclosing a baize lined playing surface above a deep frieze carved with scrolling acanthus and lotus, tapered octagonal pillar, bold lotus socle, incurved base, conforming bun feet, 73.5cm high, 92cm wide, c.1835 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1348 A William IV oak, mahogany, burr maple and marquetry longcase clock, 29.5cm arched painted dial inscribed with Roman numerals, the arch and spandrels with ruins, date aperture, 30-hour movement striking on a bell, the hood with swan neck pediment, turned pillars, shaped rectangular door to waist, inlaid with a fanciful bird and scrolling foliage picked out with abalone shell, flanked by bobbin quarter columns, ogee bracket feet, 214cm high £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1349 A William IV Lincolnshire mahogany longcase clock, 31cm arched painted dial inscribed Tomlinson, Horncastle, the arch painted with a shepherdess, the spandrels with her flock, Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, twin winding holes, 8-day movement striking on a bell, the ‘Gainsborough’ hood with swan neck pediment, turned pillars, shaped rectangular door to waist, plinth base, 209cm high, c1835 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1349 1350 A well figured post-Regency mahogany linen press, outswept cornice above a pair of rectangular panel doors enclosing sliding trays, bead-and-reel borders, the base with two short and two long graduated cockbeaded drawers, turned legs, 213cm high, 127cm wide, c.1830 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1351 An Irish Chippendale design mahogany chair back sofa, cupid bow cresting rails, shaped and pierced splats, serpentine arms terminating in scrolls, stuffed over seat, cabriole legs carved with acanthus, ball and claw feet, 140.5cm wide, 19th century £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1352 A violin, the two-piece back 35.5cm long excluding button, ebonised tuning pegs, outlined throughout with purfling, 60cm long overall, cased, the bow apparently unsigned, 74.5cm long £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1353 A Victorian walnut pot cupboard, shaped cresting, oversailing top above a rectangular plankpanelled door, plinth base, 84cm high, 40.5cm wide, c.1880 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1357 A Victorian silver mounted gentleman’s novelty walking cane, the ebony and ivory pommel as a dog peering out from the barrel, rosewood shaft, 87cm long, the ferrule London 1883 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1354 A Victorian walnut and marquetry occasional table, quarter veneered top inlaid with an oval batwing patera, carved base, cabriole legs, ceramic casters, 75cm high, 95cm wide, elements c1860 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1355 A Victorian walnut and marquetry break-centre music room side cabinet, the two open tiers with matched veneers above a glazed door flanked by Canterbury sections, turned pillars carved with lotus, turned feet, ceramic casters, 105cm high, 112cm wide, c1860 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1356 1356 A 19th century walnut Vienna regulator wall clock, 17cm circular enamel dial inscribed with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, twin winding holes, two brass weights, the arched pediment with turned finials, the canted case carved and applied with acanthus, 112cm high, c1870 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1358 1358 A Victorian rosewood serpentine stool, stuffed over deep buttoned upholstery, cabriole legs, scroll feet, 72cm wide, c1850 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1359 1359 A Victorian rosewood firescreen, fretwork leafy scroll cresting, the rectangular Berlin woolwork banner depicting a lady on horseback, spirally turned end supports and stretcher, cabriole legs, turned finials and under-finials, 129cm high, 85cm wide, c1850 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1361 1360 A Victorian rosewood demi-lune four tier whatnot, turned supports, 125cm high, 60cm wide, c.1870 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1361 A pair of George III French Hepplewhite mahogany elbow chairs, cartouche shaped backs with beaded borders, serpentine arms carved with lotus scrolls, stuffed over seat, cabriole legs, scroll feet, c1780 £1500 - £2000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1363 & 1630 1364 A Victorian mahogany twin pedestal desk, moulded top above three frieze drawers, three further drawers to each pedestal, plinth base, ceramic casters, 76cm high, 137cm wide, c1880 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1363 A Victorian opaque cranberry glass and giltbrass oil lamp, Hinks No. 1 Safety, fluted ovoid shade moulded in relief with a cross, the reservoir with rocaille and C-scrolls, Corinthian column, square pedestal, 78cm high, c. 1880 £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1365 1365 A Victorian mahogany spoon back armchair, carved with a cresting of flowers and foliage, stuffed over upholstery, cabriole legs, c1850 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1364

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1366 1366 A Victorian mahogany open bookcase, rectangular moulded top above adjustable shelves flanked by scroll brackets, plinth base, 107cm high, 93cm wide, c1860 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1369 1367 A Victorian mahogany library bookcase, outswept cornice above two rows of adjustable open shelves divided and flanked by acanthus scroll brackets, the projecting base with two pairs of rectangular panelled doors, plinth foot, 239cm high, 184cm wide, c1850 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1368 A Victorian mahogany club armchair, curved cresting rail, stuffed over upholstery, the frame carved with scrolls, turned and fluted legs, c1850 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1369 A George III mahogany Gainsborough armchair, serpentine arms, stuffed over damask upholstery, cabriole legs, pad feet, the frame carved in relief with leafy scrolls and shells, 72cm wide, c1770 £2000 - £3000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1370 A Victorian mahogany buffet, the two tiers with three quarter galleries, turned pillars and finials, the base with a pair of rectangular panelled doors, ceramic casters, 107cm high, 104cm wide, c1860 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1371 A Victorian mahogany ballot box, probably Masonic, of arched architectural design, the niche concealing an aperture, drawer to base, flanked by Doric pilasters, handle to verso, 30cm long, c.1880 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1372 A Renaissance Revival walnut and parcel-gilt bookcase, dentil cornice above a pair of rectangular glazed doors, the base with further doors, profusely carved with putti, eagles, figures and other devices, 212cm high, 107cm wide, c1880 £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1375 1375 A Victorian gilt metal mounted ebonised, walnut and marquetry rectangular side cabinet, moulded rectangular top above glazed doors divided and flanked by turned and reeded pillars, plinth base, turned feet, 111cm high, 179cm wide, c1875 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1373 1373 A Victorian Gothic Revival oak side 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 £250 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1374 1374 A Victorian gilt metal mounted walnut and marquetry pier cabinet, moulded rectangular top above a pair of glazed doors, plinth base, 104cm high, 108cm wide, c1860 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1376 A Victorian gilt brass mounted oak domed rectangular stationery box, hinged cover enclosing divisions, applied with Gothic cut-card work, 23.5cm wide, c.1860 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1377 1377 A Victorian gilt brass mounted coromandel ogee moulded stationery box, hinged cover enclosing stepped divisions, vesta case and stamp holder, each detachable and inscribed Matches and Stamps respectively, applied with pierced and engraved Gothic cut-card work, 25cm wide, c.1860 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1378 A Victorian Franglais walnut and parcel-gilt pier cabinet, of narrow proportions, hipped rectangular marble top above a porcelain mounted frieze painted with colourful summer flowers, rectangular door with brass grille flanked by lotus capped pillars, plinth base, 96cm high, 59.5cm wide, c.1860 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1379 1379 A George III Chippendale period mahogany serpentine chest, oversailing crossbanded top above a slide and three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, gilt brass leafy swan neck handles, shaped apron, outswept bracket feet, 87cm high, 123cm wide, c1765 £3000 - £5000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1380 A Victorian Franglais ebonised and mahogany writing table, in the Louis XVI taste, moulded top with inset tooled and gilt leather writing surface, above a frieze drawer, turned and reeded legs and stretchers, 73cm high, 111cm wide, c1870 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1381 A Victorian ebonised club armchair, curved cresting rail above a gallery of spirally turned spindles, scroll supports, paw feet, c1880 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1384 An unusual Sheraton Revival mahogany and marquetry desk, three quarter gallery concealing face screen and a pair of fitted secret compartments, the sprung mechanism operated by a button, inset tooled and gilt leather writing surface, above three frieze drawers, shaped undertier, tapered square legs, inlaid throughout with classical urns, swags, anthemions and scrolls, brass casters, 90cm high, 84cm wide, c1890 £2000 - £3000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1385 A Victorian burr walnut oval Sutherland table, by Edwards & Roberts, paper label, well figured top, turned and reeded legs and stretchers, ceramic casters, 59.5cm high, 61cm wide, c1870 £150 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1383 1383 A Victorian cast iron tripod garden table, probably Coalbrookdale, circular top pierced and cast with ferns and flowers, outswept legs, 70cm high, 51cm diameter, c.1870 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1386 1386 A Victorian burr walnut and marquetry rounded rectangular card table, amboyna crossbanded folding top enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, trestle base with turned and reeded end supports and stretchers, cabriole legs, ceramic casters, 69cm high, 92cm wide, c.1860 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1387 A Victorian burr and satin walnut three piece bedroom suite, comprising wardrobe, dressing table and washstand, carved throughout with flowerheads, stiff leaves, ribbons and cornucopia, wardrobe 234cm high, 150cm wide, dressing table 117cm wide, washstand 115cm wide, c.1890 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1388 A Victorian brass skeleton clock, 16cm silvered chapter ring inscribed with Roman numerals, fusee movement striking with halberd hammer on a bell, 37.5cm high, c.1860, glass dome £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1394 A large Edwardian mahogany and marquetry serpentine display cabinet, moulded cornice above a rectangular door, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, tapered square legs, spade feet, 190.5cm high, 137cm wide, c1905 £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1389 1389 An 18th century North Italian walnut serpentine commode, grey marble top above three long graduated crossbanded drawers, brass laurel ring handles, cabriole legs, gilt metal sabot, 88.5cm high, 132cm wide, c1770 £1500 - £2000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1390 A Victorian Berlin wool work rectangular picture, embroidered in coloured threads with children by the coast being accosted by an urchin with his dogs, 44cm x 51cm, maple frame £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1391 A Victorian Aesthetic period walnut and ebonised etagere, rectangular top quarter veneered and outlined with ebony banding above a plain undertier, turned and reeded end supports, angular scroll feet, 76cm high, 77cm wide, c.1875 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1392 A Tunbridge ware and rosewood rectangular work box, hinged cover inlaid with geometric motifs and outlined with chequered stringing, enclosing an arrangement of compartments for sewing requisites, 16.5cm wide, c.1860; a rectangular tray, inlaid with tumbling blocks, 16.5cm wide, c.1860; a sarcophagus pin cushion, 11.5cm wide, c.1860 (3) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1393 A Tunbridge ware and rosewood rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover inlaid with a butterfly within a geometric border, enclosing a lidded compartment, 12cm high, 12cm wide, c.1860 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1397 A superb 18th century Irish shell work botanical arrangement, made by Sarah Dennis (nee Newenham) of Woodhill Cork, with various flowers and insects, in a vase, in an arched chinoiserie cabinet, 46cm high, 1740 - 1770 Sarah was the wife of John Dennis a prominent timber merchant in Cork, they were both from prominent Quaker families, they had one child Elizabeth born 1742 who married at the age of 21 Cooper Penrose and they lived a Woodhill, in Copper Penrose’s will of 1815 it shows the bequest of ‘mother’s shell and feather work’ to his two daughters passed down by descent to the vendors £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1398 A superb 18th century Irish shell and feather work botanical arrangement, made by Sarah Dennis (nee Newenham) of Woodhill Cork, with various flowers and insects, in a vase, in an arched chinoiserie cabinet, 46cm high, 1740 - 1770 Sarah was the wife of John Dennis a prominent timber merchant in Cork, they were both from prominent Quaker families, they had one child Elizabeth born 1742 who married at the age of 21 Cooper Penrose and they lived a Woodhill, in Copper Penrose’s will of 1815 it shows the bequest of ‘mother’s shell and feather work’ to his two daughters passed down by descent to the vendors £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1399 A superb 18th century Irish shell and feather work botanical arrangement, made by Sarah Dennis (nee Newenham) of Woodhill Cork, with various flowers and insects, in a vase, in an arched chinoiserie cabinet, 46cm high, 1740 - 1770 Sarah was the wife of John Dennis a prominent timber merchant in Cork, they were both from prominent Quaker families, they had one child Elizabeth born 1742 who married at the age of 21 Cooper Penrose and they lived a Woodhill, in Copper Penrose’s will of 1815 it shows the bequest of ‘mother’s shell and feather work’ to his two daughters passed down by descent to the vendors £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1400 A superb 18th century Irish shell and feather work botanical arrangement, made by Sarah Dennis (nee Newenham) of Woodhill Cork, with various flowers and insects, in a vase, in an arched chinoiserie cabinet, 46cm high, 1740 - 1770 Sarah was the wife of John Dennis a prominent timber merchant in Cork, they were both from prominent Quaker families, they had one child Elizabeth born 1742 who married at the age of 21 Cooper Penrose and they lived a Woodhill, in Copper Penrose’s will of 1815 it shows the bequest of ‘mother’s shell and feather work’ to his two daughters passed down by descent to the vendors £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1401 1401 A Chinese padouk wood jardinière stand, the spool shaped top with inset soapstone panel, cabriole legs, carved throughout with masks and blossoming branches, paw feet, 94cm high, 28cm diameter, c1880 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1402 A substantial Victorian mahogany library bookcase, moulded cornice above two rows of adjustable shelves, the base with two pairs of panelled doors flanking a niche, plinth foot, 236cm high, 394cm wide, c1860 Provenance: removed from Ranksborough Hall, near Langham £500 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1403 A substantial 19th century Japanesque bronze table lamp, cast and applied in the Oriental manner with ferocious dragons, green marble base, 39.5cm high, c.1880, fitted for electricity £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1404 1404 A substantial 19th century French four-piece ormolu and brown patinated bronze sculptural desk suite, comprising an inkstand, shaped pen tray, chamberstick and an oval desk weight, each boldly cast in the Baroque taste with mermaids and mermen, each supported by rocky outcrops fecund with bulrushes, foliage and seashells, the inkstand 20cm high, 26cm wide, c. 1870 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1406 A George IV rosewood and marquetry rectangular side cabinet, rectangular crossbanded top above a pair of frieze drawers and glazed rectangular doors, flanked by scrolls, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing and inlaid with scrolling acanthus, 94cm high, 110.5cm wide, c1825 £1500 - £1800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1407 A small George III oak rectangular tripod occasional table, tilting top, turned urnular column, cabriole legs, 71.5cm high, 47cm wide, c1800 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1408 1408 A Sheraton revival mahogany shaped serpentine salon display cabinet, outswept cornice and deep frieze above a glazed door enclosing adjustable shelves, the projecting base with two long graduated drawers above an undertier, outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, tapered square legs, spade feet, 203cm high, 117cm wide, c.1900 £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1409 1409 A Sheraton revival mahogany and marquetry Carlton House desk, the superstructure with a pair of hinged concave compartments and small drawers fitted for writing, inset tooled and leather plateau above an arrangement of five drawers, inlaid with oval paterae, fruiting oak branches and leafy stems, outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, tapered square legs, ceramic casters, 93cm high, 122cm wide, c.1905 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1410 A set of three 19th century style composition garden urns, moulded in relief with fruiting vine, lion paw feet, 60cm diameter £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1412 A set of ten continental walnut dining chairs, cartouche shaped back pierced and carved with scrolls, stuffed over upholstery, cabriole legs £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1413 1413 A set of late 19th century Vernis Martin quartetto tables, painted in the Rococo taste with a courting couple and landscapes, the largest 71cm high, 56cm wide, c1890 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1414 A set of George III steel and brass fire irons, comprising shovel, tongs and poker, globular pommels, the shovel pierced, 71cm long, 19th century £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1415 A set of eight Victorian Carolean revival dining chairs, comprising a pair of carvers and six side chairs, profusely carved with foliate masks, fruiting vine and barley twist, stuffed over upholstery, turned legs and stretchers, c.1880 £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1411 1411 A Chinese padouk wood display cabinet, shaped pierced cresting above a glazed rectangular door enclosing adjustable shelves, carved throughout with leafy bamboo, cabriole legs, 199cm high, 66cm wide, c1880 £1000 - £1500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1416 A set of Chinese padouk wood quartetto tables, each rectangular top above a pierced frieze, the largest 72cm high, 51cm wide, c1900 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1417 1417 A sculptural 19th century French gilt metal combination desk stand and timepiece, 7cm circular enamel dial inscribed with Roman and subsidiary Arabic numerals, single-winding hole, 14-day movement with platform escapement, supported by a pair of scantily clad putti, the base cast with Bacchus mask and scrolling acanthus, flanked by wells and candle sconces, drawer to frieze, 43cm wide, c.1880 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1418 A Scottish Arts and Crafts rectangular gilt gesso and softwood looking-glass, carved and moulded in relief with foliate bosses and leafy scrolls on a trellis of ovals, centred by a mirror, 68cm x 46cm, c. 1910 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1419 A 19th century French gilt metal mounted kingwood centre table, crossbanded quarter-veneered top inset with a thuya wood oval reserve and band, drawer to frieze, cabriole legs, 72cm high, 85cm wide, c1850 £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1420 A Scottish Art Nouveau needlework sampler, embroidered in gold-coloured threads with a singing angel holding a sheet of music, wearing flowing sinuous robes, flanked by flowers, on an ochre ground, 57cm x 37cm, c. 1920 £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1421 Textiles - two pairs of heavily interlined curtains, the cream ground decorated with classical urns, swags and fanciful birds, 15cm pencil pleat, braid trim, each with 94cm gathered width, 275cm drop (4) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1423 1423 A Regency rosewood and brass marquetry writing box, hinged sarcophagus cover and folding top enclosing a fitted interior and inset writing surface, inlaid with bands of scrolling foliage, 40cm wide, c.1825 £120 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1425 1425 A Regency mahogany rounded rectangular card table, folding top enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, turned four-pillar base, sabre legs, brass lion paw feet, 73cm high, 91cm wide, 19th century £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1426 A Regency design ebonised bergere day bed, the back and end support terminating in scrolls, squab cushion, sabre legs, brass casters, 168cm long, 19th century £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1427 A Regency crossbanded mahogany drum table, turned column, sabre legs, brass lion paw feet, 73cm high, c.1820 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1428 A set of Chinese hardwood quartetto tables, rectangular panel tops pierced friezes carved with birds amongst blossoming prunus, the borders and legs with leafy bamboo, the largest 71cm high, 50cm wide, c1900 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1424 1424 A Regency rosewood and brass marquetry sarcophagus teapoy, hinged cover enclosing bowl apertures and four rectangular canisters, lyre support, inlaid with scrolling foliage and outlined throughout with brass stringing, ring handles to sides, sabre legs, lion paw casters, 74.5cm high, 41cm wide, c.1820 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1429 A post-Regency toleware rounded rectangular serving tray, decorated in tones of gilt with stags,within a border of fruiting vine, 72cm wide, c.1830 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1434 A Persian wool rectangular carpet, hand-knotted with varying fields of geometric motifs and dyed in tones of red, blue and white, the outer border conforming, 112cm x 220cm, tassel fringe, probably Qashqai/Ghashghai, Iran, early 20th century £150 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1430 1430 A Post-Regency mahogany secretaire bookcase, shaped cresting outlined with ebony stringing, above a pair of astragal glazed doors, the projecting base with fitted drawer and a pair of cupboard doors, 219cm high, 117cm wide £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1431 A post-Regency mahogany rounded rectangular breakfast table, moulded top above a deep beaded frieze, turned pillar, moulded sabre legs, brass capped casters, 74cm high, 123cm wide, c.1825 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1432 A post-Regency mahogany inverted breakcentre sideboard, possibly Scottish, slightly oversailing top above three frieze drawers, cupboards to pedestals, plinth base, 123cm high, 212cm wide, c.1825 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1433 A pietra dura rectangular desk weight, inlaid with lozenges and demi-lozenges of malachite, lapis lazuli, specimen marbles and decorative hardstones, 17.5cm wide £50 - £70 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1435 1435 A Chinese hardwood side cabinet, rectangular top above an asymmetrical arrangement of plateaus, niches, cupboard and drawer, the borders and gallery pierced and carved with blossoming leafy scrolls, lion paw feet, 169cm high, 102cm wide, c1900 £700 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1436 A Persian khatam marquetry rectangular cushioned frame, typically decorated and inlaid in the Islamic taste with alternating fields and bands of geometric motifs, centred by a shaped foliate lozenge with stylized arrowhead tips, 38cm x 28.5cm, Iran, 18th or 19th century £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1441 A pair of Rococo Revival ormolu three-light wall sconces, cast throughout with acanthus, 45cm long £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1443 A pair of Louis XVI revival fauteuils, arched backs, scroll arms, stuffed over upholstery, turned stop-fluted legs, c1900; another similar (3) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1444 A Victorian gilt metal mounted burr walnut and marquetry credenza, moulded top with matched veneers above a deep frieze and a quarter-veneered rectangular door, flanked by Corinthian columns and further curved glazed doors, plinth base, 103cm high, 154.5cm wide, c1860 £700 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1438 1438 A pair of Victorian mahogany hall chairs, shaped backs carved with scrolling acanthus and centred by shield reserves, turned forelegs, c.1850 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1439 1439 An early 18th century Italian painted chest, hinged top above two blind drawers applied with geometric mouldings, later decoupage decorated, bun feet, 61.5cm high, 118.5cm wide, c1700 £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1440 A pair of Sheraton Revival satinwood and mahogany side chairs, outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, c.1905 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1445 A pair of Louis XV style giltwood fauteuils, cartouche shaped backs, scroll arms, stuffed over upholstery, early 20th century £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1446 1446 A pair of Louis XV style drawing room chairs, shaped moulded cresting rails carved with flowers, the arms terminating in lotus scrolls, cabriole legs, stuffed over upholstery, squab cushions, 75cm wide £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1447 A pair of late Victorian mahogany wall brackets, shaped crestings flanked by turned finials, demi-lune plateux, turned aprons, 26cm wide, c.1890 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1448 A pair of Grecian Revival dark patinated and gilt metal sweetmeat tazzas, lofty lotus handles, Greek key borders, broad circular bases, 19.5cm wide £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1449 A pair of Grand Tour-type lapis lazuli and white marble library urns, of Neoclassical design, square pedestal bases, 37cm high £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1450 A pair of Gothic Chippendale Revival mahogany wall brackets, each with pierced cresting above an arched mirror and galleried bow fronted plateau, pierced and carved with tracery and blind fretwork, flanked by cluster-columns, 60cm high, 34.5cm wide, c.1900 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1451 A Chinese padouk wood display cabinet, shaped cresting above a rectangular glazed door enclosing adjustable shelves, pierced and carved with scrolls, cabriole legs, pad feet, 197cm high, 77cm wide, c1880 £700 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1452 1452 A pair of ‘George IV’ rosewood bookstands, each with three quarter balustrade gallery, bun feet, 48cm wide £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1453 A pair of George III silk pictures, Rebekah at the Well and Christ performing a miracle, oval, 22.5cm x 19cm, c.1810 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1454 A pair of Empire design marble and gilt metal urnular table lamps, each with three lion paw supports cast with acanthus bosses, circular bases, knop feet, 50cm high overall £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1457 A pair of clear glass lustres, applied with white enamel flowers, picked out in gilt, converted to electricity, 53cm high £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1458 A pair of Chinese hardwood scholar’s chairs, shaped cresting rails above carved and pierced serpentine splats, chamfered square legs and stretchers, c1900 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1463 A pair of Baroque design gilt metal and marble two-light mantel candelabra, each cast as a putto merman climbing a fruiting and flowering cornucopia, rectangular base, scroll feet, 27.5cm high £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1459 A George III satinwood bow-centre occasional table, oversailing top above three frieze drawers, crossbanded throughout, tapered square legs, brass casters, 76cm high, 83cm wide, c1790 £700 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1464 A pair of Adam design mahogany pedestal ovoid knife urns and covers, turned finials, reeded and beaded borders, applied with carved swags, spreading circular bases, 56cm high £600 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1460 A pair of Chinese hardwood and mother of pearl marquetry wall shelves, each with scroll terminals above four open tiers and a drawer inlaid with swags and lotus roundels, 84cm high, 40cm wide £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1465 A pair of 19th century style composition halffluted campana garden urns, 42cm high; another pair, krater shaped (4) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1461 A French Louis XV Revival gilt metal mounted mahogany and vernis Martin serpentine vitrine, bombe shaped cresting above a three quarter glazed door, the lower panels decorated with a courting couple in a landscape, serpentine legs, 155cm high, 70cm wide, c1900 £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1466 A pair of 19th century Renaissance Revival gilt patinated bronze candlesticks, goat mask and fruiting vine scones, the slender columns with ivy leaves, the tripod bases boldly cast as lions, their forelegs resting on spheres, 30cm high, c. 1830 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1467 A pair of 19th century mahogany table candlesticks, brass campana sconces, reeded and spirally turned columns, dished turned circular bases, 32cm high £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1468 A George III mahogany rectangular Pembroke table, moulded top, drawer to frieze, tapered square legs, brass casters, 74.5cm high, 81cm long, stamped Gillows, Lancaster, c1800 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1469 A pair of 19th century mahogany side chairs, possibly American, shaped and pierced backs carved with acanthus, stuffed over tapestry seats, cabriole legs, ball and claw feet £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1470 A pair of 19th century Louis XVI Revival giltpatinated bronze candlesticks, detachable acanthus nozzles, fluted sconces and columns with laurel swags, spreading circular bases conforming, 28cm high, c. 1880 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1471 A pair of 19th century lead two handled campana garden urns, cast in relief with figures on horseback, wyvern handles, domed bases, 55cm high, c.1880 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1472 A pair of 19th century dark patinated bronze candlesticks, cast in the Chinese taste as cranes, each supporting a sconce, domed lotus bases, 30cm high, c.1875 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1473 A pair of 19th century continental maple and mahogany side tables, rounded rectangular tops above frieze drawers, outlined with boxwood stringing, turned legs, 77.5cm high, 90cm wide, c1880 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1474 A French Louis XV Revival bronze mounted mahogany and kingwood shaped oval writing desk, curved superstructure with divided compartments, inset tooled and gilt leather writing surface above three frieze drawers, serpentine legs applied with herms, acanthus scroll sabots, 88cm high, 81cm wide, c1860 £1500 - £2000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1475 1475 A pair of 18th century Ottoman gold damascened iron Islamic calligrapher’s shears, of typical form, the elongated blades decorated with leafy tendrils and foliate scrolls, scroll shoulder, neck and handles, 26cm long £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1476 1476 A pair of 18th century Ottoman gold damascened iron Islamic calligrapher’s shears, of typical form, the elongated blades decorated with flowerheads and leafy tendrils, geometric shoulder, neck and handles, 25.5cm long £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1477 1477 A pair of 18th century French architectural wainscote pictures, painted en camaieu with scantily clad putti in an Arcadian idyll, on canvas, arched mounts, 43.5cm x 95cm £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1478 A Napoleon III gilt metal mounted ‘boulle’ cartouche shaped mantel clock, 19cm dial inscribed upon enamel cartouches with Roman and subsidiary Arabic numerals, twin winding holes, the 14-day movement signed Vincenti & Cie, and striking on a bell, the case crested by a finial and veneered in conta partie, mask-and-sunburst pendulum, 56cm high, c.1875 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1479 A Napoleon III gilt metal mounted boulle cartouche shaped mantel clock, 15cm dial inscribed upon enamel cartouches with Roman numerals, the 14day movement signed Duru a Paris, and striking on a bell, the case crested by a Bacchic putto and veneered in premier and conta partie, 56cm high, c.1875 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1480 1480 A George III mahogany Pembroke table, slightly oversailing batwing-shaped frieze above a cockbeaded drawer, the leaves conforming, blind drawer to verso, tapering square legs, Gothic square feet, brass ring-andboss handles in the Adam taste, brass castors, 71cm high, 95cm wide, c.1775 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1486 1486 A Chinese padouk wood canted rectangular side cabinet, moulded top above a pair of drawers and cupboards, carved in relief throughout with dragons chasing pearls, chamfered rectangular legs, 71cm high, 104cm wide, early 20th century £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1481 A George III mahogany break-centre bookcase, of small proportions, dentil cornice above a rectangular glazed door flanked by a pair of further cartouche shaped doors, each lined with pleated silk, the projecting base with further panelled doors, carved and applied with gadrooned mouldings and shells, ovolo borders, bracket feet, 174cm high, 118cm wide £3000 - £5000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1482 A Louis XVI style gilt metal mounted marble portico clock, 8.5cm circular enamel dial with Roman numerals and swags of flowers, twin winding holes, 14day movement striking on a bell, the case crested by an urn, 42.5cm high £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1483 A Louis XVI style gilt metal mounted marble clock garniture, 8cm convex enamel dial with Roman numerals and swags of flowers, twin winding holes, 14day movement striking on a bell, drum head portico case crested by love birds, 39.5cm high, the conforming two-branch candelabra 30cm high £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1489 1489 An 18th century French Japanned serpentine encoignure, marble top above a pair of rectangular doors, decorated in the Chinese taste with flowering branches, 80.5cm high, 69cm wide, c1760 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1491 A late Victorian/early Edwardian novelty glass walking cane, spirally twisted throughout in alternating tones of red, blue and white, slight crook handle, the tip embellished with a silver thimble, hallmarked for Charles Horner, Chester 1910, 101cm long; a 19th century gentleman’s hawthorn walking stick, 90cm high, (2) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1492 1492 A pair of Regency rosewood rounded rectangular sofa tables, each oversailing crossbanded tops above a pair of frieze drawers, turned handles, turned four-pillar bases, cabriole legs, brass capped casters, 73cm high, 96cm wide, 19th century £3000 - £4000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1493 A late Victorian rosewood and marquetry shaped circular centre table, the moulded top with radiating veneers inlaid with paterae and ribbon-tied bell husk swags, turned reeded legs, pierced undertier, ceramic casters, 71.5cm high, 82cm diameter, c.1890 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1494 A late Victorian rosewood and marquetry music room cabinet, the shaped superstructure with a pair of bevelled mirrored panels, above a frieze drawer and a rectangular door enclosing shelves, inlaid with a covered urn and leafy scrolls, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, tapered square legs, brass casters, 144cm high, 57cm wide, c1890 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1495 1495 A late Victorian rosewood and marquetry kidney shaped bonheur du jour, the curved superstructure with panelled doors inlaid in ivory and boxwood with a classical muse in an architectural setting, putti and birds of prey by moonlight, inset tooled and gilt leather writing surface above a frieze drawer, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, tapered square legs, brass castors, 111cm high, 109cm wide, c.1875 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1496 1498 A late Victorian mahogany floor standing corner display cabinet, shaped cresting above a glazed rectangular door enclosing moss velvet lined shelves, flanked by turned pillars, the projecting bow fronted base with open undertier above an apron drawer, outlined with barber pole and boxwood stringing, outswept legs, 166cm high, 63cm wide, c1900 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1496 (detail) 1496 A pair of Adam style painted satinwood and parcel-gilt demi-lune card tables, each folding top decorated with putti, flowers and scrolls, enclosing a baize lined playing surface, above a deep frieze, turned tapered reeded legs moulded with lotus capitals, 79cm high, 99cm wide £3000 - £4000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1497 A late Victorian mahogany, rosewood and marquetry chair-back salon sofa, shaped cresting rail above three pierced urnular splats, scroll arms, outswept legs, 115cm wide, c.1890 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1499 A late Victorian mahogany cheval mirror, swan neck cresting, rectangular bevelled plate, downswept legs, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, 149.5cm high, c.1890 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1500 A late Regency mahogany bracket clock, 20cm slightly convex painted dial inscribed James Burroughs, Iron Bridge, Roman numerals, twin winding holes, double-fusee movement striking on a bell, the case with stepped sarcophagus top surmounted by a pineapple finial, ring handles to sides, outlined throughout with ebony mouldings, brass ball feet, 52cm high, c.1825 James Burroughs was working at Iron Bridge and nearby Dawlrey (now part of Telford) from 1821 until 1863. £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1501 A Louis XVI design gilt metal mounted walnut display cabinet, Rosso Antico marble top above a rectangular glazed door, canted angles, tapered legs, 159cm high, 71cm wide, c1880 £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1502 A late 19th century tambour-front desk top writing and stationery box, crested by a perpetual calendar, the retractable cover enclosing inkwells, stationery divisions and compartments, drawer to base, 32cm wide, c.1890 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1503 1503 A late 19th century gilt metal mounted oak bracket clock, 15cm arched brass dial with silvered chapter ring inscribed with Roman and subsidiary Arabic numerals, leafy scrolls to spandrels, twin-winding holes, 8-day movement striking on a gong, the arched case with urn and pine cone finials, flanked by canted angles applied with female herms, paw feet, 44cm high, c.1890 £250 - £350 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1504 A late 19th century gilt brass carriage clock, 6cm rectangular enamel dial inscribed with Roman numerals, the movement with platform escapement, striking on a bell, five-glass gorge case with swing carrying handle, 13.5cm high, c.1890 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1500

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1505 A late 19th century German oak bracket clock, by Gustav Becker, the slightly arched dial with Roman numerals, Chime/Silent dial, engraved and chased with foliate scrolls, three winding holes, eight day movement striking on a gong, the movement stamped 2118648, the case with pagoda top gadrooned rim, stepped square base, bracket feet, 46.5cm high, c.1890 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1509 A Japanese ivory walking cane or parasol handle, carved as a profusion of masks and faces, Meiji period, the mount with siver ferrules, 15.5cm long overall, Birmingham 1896 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1506 A large late 17th century oak four panel blanket chest, hinged top, the front carved with lozenges and scrolls, stile feet, 83cm high, 155cm wide £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1508 A Chinese padouk wood rectangular alter table, moulded rectangular top above a shaped frieze, pierced and carved with scrolls and blossoming branches, shaped end supports, 103.5cm high, 210cm wide, c1900 £1500 - £2000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1511 1511 A harlequin set of eight 19th century French Provincial cherry wood dining chairs, arched bar backs, rush seats, c1880 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1514 1514 A Grand Tour design marble fluted low urn, dartand-egg frieze to rim, tuned pedestal, square base, 31.5cm high, 46cm diam £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1512 1512 A French Louis XV Revival gilt metal mounted Vernis Martin and walnut bombe shaped salon vitrine side cabinet, shaped cresting above a glazed door, the projecting base with a further door and panels decorated with a courting couple in a landscape, shaped apron, cabriole legs, 189.5cm high, 74cm wide, c1890 £2000 - £3000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1513 A Grand Tour-type pietra dura library white marble obelisk, inlaid with malachite, pudding stone, lapis lazuli, jasper, Sienna marble, Breccia marble, other decorative marbles and specimen stones, graduating square plinth base, 40cm high £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1515 1515 A George/William IV mahogany crossbanded oak longcase clock, 33.5cm arched painted dial, Roman numerals, the arch painted with a young girl gathering blooms, 30-hour movement striking on a bell, the hood with swan neck pediment, turned pillars, pointed arched rectangular door to waist, plinth base, 220cm high, c1830 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1516 A George IV rosewood rounded rectangular card table, folding top enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, above a concave moulded frieze, canon barrel pillar, canted incurve base, bun feet, brass casters, 75cm high, 92cm wide, c.1825 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1517 A George IV oak and mahogany longcase clock, 36cm arched painted dial inscribed Anderton, Huddersfield, Roman numerals, the arch with a farmstead and cattle drovers, the spandrels with flowers and shells, subsidiary seconds and calendar dials, twin winding holes, 8-day movement striking on a bell, the arched hood with turned pillars, rectangular door to waist centred by a navette shaped shell patera, flanked by canted angles, plinth base, 215cm high, c1825 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1518 An ecclesiastical painted pine pedestal, rectangular top, pillars to angles, plinth base, 112cm high, 78.5cm wide £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1519 A George IV mahogany Pembroke work table, the rounded rectangular top with fall leaves, cockbeaded frieze drawer, blind to verso, basket undertier, turned legs, brass casters, 73.5cm high, 51cm wide, c1825 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1520 A George IV mahogany Pembroke table, rounded rectangular top with fall leaves, drawer to frieze, turned column, hipped sabre legs, brass capped casters, 72cm high, 109cm wide, c.1825 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1521 A George IV mahogany bow-fronted wall hanging corner cupboard, stepped cornice above a deep frieze and a pair of doors applied with arched panels, drawer to frieze flanked by a pair of blind conforming, crossbanded throughout, 121.5cm high, 89.5cm wide, c1825 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1522 A George IV mahogany ‘bookcase’, rectangular superstructure with shaped cresting, oversailing top above adjustable shelves, turned feet, 119cm high, 84cm wide, c1830 (alterations) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1523 A George III/IV oak and mahogany longcase clock, the 33.5 arched enamel dial inscribed Hallam, Nottingham, the arch painted with ruins, 30-hour movement striking on a bell, the hood with swan neck pediment, shaped rectangular door to waist flanked by canted angles, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, 213cm high, c1820 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1524 1524 A William and Mary laburnum oyster veneer chest, rectangular top with moulded edge above two short and three long graduated drawers, crossbanded and outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, brass bat shaped handles, skirted base, bun feet, 91cm high, 95cm wide, c1690 £3000 - £4000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1525 A George III/IV mahogany rounded rectangular dropleaf work table, slightly oversailing top above one double and one single cockbeaded drawer, blind to verso, turned legs and H-stretcher, 74cm high, 44.5cm wide, c1820 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1526 A George III vernacular oak splay-fronted floor standing corner cupboard, moulded outswept cornice above a glazed door enclosing shaped shelves, the base with a pair of panelled doors, plinth foot, 209cm high, 86.5cm wide, c1775 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1529 1527 A George III steel travelling pocket corkscrew, threaded sleeve, connecting to form a T-shaped direct pull, ring terminal, 12cm long, c.1800; a George III folding bow pocket corkscrew, 12cm long (open), c.1810 (2) £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1528 A George III silk needlework picture, embroidered in coloured threads with a shepherdess carving the word ANCRED (sic, anchored) on a tree, a pair of sheep by her feet, in a stylized landscape, oval, 30cm x 23.5cm, c. 1790 £40 - £60 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1529 A pair of late 19th century gilt metal mounted ebonised domed rectangular connoisseurs display cabinets on stands, rectangular doors enclosing feltlined shelves, each projecting base carved in the Chippendale Revival taste with blind fretwork, spade feet, 181.5cm high, 82cm wide, c1890 £2000 - £3000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1530 A George III rosewood rectangular work box, the hinged cover applied with a print of a country house, Tunbridge ware-type geometric borders, enclosing a fitted interior with lift-out tray, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, 21cm wide, c.1815 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1531 1531 A George III Revival mahogany serpentine side cabinet, the well figured top above a central door veneered with a circular reserve, flanked by a pair of glazed doors, outlined throughout with checkered banding and boxwood stringing, tapered square legs, spade feet, 98cm high, 156cm wide, c1900 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1536 1536 A George III oak mule chest, hinged top above a four panel front and four moulded drawers, pierced brass bat shaped handles, bracket feet, 95cm high, 144cm wide, c1760 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1532 A George III Provincial mahogany rectangular box or caddy, inlaid with navette shaped shell paterae, hinged cover enclosing an arrangement of apothecary or spice compartments, the side with a drawer enclosing a sliding compartment and a further secret drawer, crossbanded and outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, 20.5cm wide, c.1810 £50 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1533 A George III Provincial Chippendale elm corner chair, curved cresting rail and scroll arms above shaped and pierced splats, drop-in seat, cabriole leg, pointed pad foot, c.1770 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1534 A George III penwork rectangular work box, decorated with landscapes within borders of leafy ‘Vitruvian’ scrolls, 28cm wide, c.1810 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1535 A George III oak rectangular side table, probably Welsh, oversailing top above a mahogany crossbanded frieze drawer, shaped apron, square legs, 73.5cm high, 99cm wide, c.1800 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1537 1537 A George III oak lowboy, oversailing rectangular moulded top above three mahogany crossbanded drawers, shaped apron, chamfered square legs, 73cm high, 87cm wide, c. 1770 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1538 A George III oak longcase clock, 30cm square painted dial with Roman and subsidiary Arabic numerals, flowers to spandrels, subsidiary seconds dial, date aperture, thirty hour movement striking on a bell, the hood with outswept cornice and brass capped Doric columns, shaped rectangular door to waist, plinth base, 198cm high, c.1795 £200 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1539 1539 A George III oak longcase clock, 30cm square brass dial inscribed Pattison, Halifax, Roman and subsidiary Arabic numerals, rolling moon phase to arch, subsidiary calendar dial, engraved to the centre with hoho birds and swags, 30-hour movement striking on a bell, the case with swan neck pediment and brass sphere finials, shaped rectangular door to waist flanked by reeded quarter columns, plinth base, 233cm high, c.1775 John Pattison of Halifax was working 1760-1801, at first as partner of John Burton, but took over business on latter’s death in 1783. £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1540 A George III oak bureau, fall front enclosing pigeon holes, the frieze with three drawers above three further long graduated drawers, bracket feet, 103cm high, 91cm wide, c1760 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1541 1541 A George III oak bureau, fall front enclosing a fitted interior, above three short and three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, brass swan neck handles, flanked by quarter columns, bracket feet, 106cm high, 104cm wide, c1775 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1542 A George III oak and mahogany splay-fronted wall hanging corner cupboard, moulded cornice above a rectangular panelled door centred by a navette shaped shell patera, brass hinges, skirted base, 91.5cm high, 75cm wide, c1800 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1543 A George III oak and mahogany longcase clock, 33cm square painted dial, inscribed Davenport, Ashbourne, Roman numerals, date aperture, 30-hour movement striking on a bell, the hood with swan neck pediment, turned pillars, rectangular door to base flanked by reeded quarter columns, 206cm high, c.1815 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1544 A George III oak and mahogany longcase clock, 30.5cm arched painted dial inscribed George Kiddle, Sherborne, Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, date aperture, twin winding holes, 8-day movement striking on a bell, the case with swan neck pediment, rectangular door to waist, plinth base, 222cm high, c1820 George Kiddle was born at Sherborne, Dorset, was apprenticed 1823-1830, when he set up in business there, marrying Mary Tuffin the following year. In 1855 he moved to Chelmsford, Essex, and died at Shoreditch 3/5/1871. £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1545 A George III oak and mahogany chest, moulded rectangular top above a deep frieze inlaid in boxwood with swags and pendants, above two short and three long graduated drawers, oval brass handles, bracket, feet, 99cm high, 103cm wide, c.1800 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1546 1546 A George III mahogany wingback armchair, stuffed over upholstery, square legs, H-stretcher, 104cm high £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1547 A George III mahogany wall cabinet, moulded cornice above an astragal glazed door, 56cm high, 43cm wide £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1544

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1552 A George III mahogany side table, moulded rectangular top with re-entrant angles, above a pair of cockbeaded frieze drawers, pierced brass bat shaped handles, chamfered square legs, 76cm high, 89cm wide £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1548 1548 A ‘George III’ mahogany twin pillar dining table, rounded rectangular top with one leaf, turned and reeded columns, carved cabriole legs, acanthus feet, 76cm high, 112cm wide, 198cm long overall £150 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1549 A George III mahogany tripod occasional table, large circular tilting top, turned pillar, cabriole legs, 71cm high, 89cm diameter, c1800 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1550 A George III mahogany tripod occasional table, circular tilting top, baluster pillar, cabriole legs, 75cm high, 81cm diameter, c1800 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1551 A George III mahogany splay-fronted wall hanging corner cupboard, swan neck pediment, above a deep frieze and a pair of rectangular panelled doors, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, 130cm high, 96cm wide, c1800 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1553 1553 A George III mahogany secretaire library bookcase, dentil cornice above a pair of rectangular doors with pointed arched glazing bars enclosing adjustable shelves, the projecting base with fitted drawer above three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, oval brass handles stamped with Neo-Classical urns, shaped apron, outswept bracket feet, 240cm high, 125cm wide, c.1810 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1554 1554 A George III mahogany secretaire bookcase, moulded outswept cornice above a pair of astragal glazed doors, the projecting base with moulded top above a fitted drawer and three further long graduated cockbeaded drawers, oval brass handles, bracket feet, 216cm high, 110cm wide, c1780 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1555 1555 A George III mahogany secretaire bookcase, Greek key cornice and deep frieze above a pair of astragal glazed doors, projecting base with fitted drawer above three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, outlined with ebony stringing, brass lion paw feet, 231cm high, 106cm wide, c1815 £150 - £250 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1556 A George III mahogany rectangular tea table, folding top above a pair of frieze drawers, brass swan neck handles, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, square tapered legs, 75cm high, 80.5cm wide, c.1800 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1557 A George III mahogany rectangular cellaret, hinged faux-tambour cover enclosing nine divisions, the sides applied with mouldings, brass swan neck carrying handles, brass casters, 72cm high, 43cm wide, c1780 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1558 A George III mahogany oval gallery tray, quite plain, brass handles, 57.5cm wide, c.1810 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1559 A George III mahogany longcase clock, 36cm arched painted dial inscribed W. Muncaster, Whitehaven, Arabic numerals, rolling moon phase to arch, subsidiary calendar dial, twin winding holes, 8-day movement striking on a bell, the hood with swan neck pediment and brass sphere finials, crossbanded shaped rectangular door to waist, flanked by reeded angles, bracket feet, 240cm high, c.1815 William Muncaster (1776-1851) was the son of William Muncaster of Broughton-in-Furness, apprenticed c.1790-1797 and worked at Egremont before settling at Whitehaven. In 1825 he moved to Douglas, Isle of man and died there at Couchan in 1851. £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1560 1560 A George III mahogany Lancashire chest, shallow three-quarter gallery and hinged top above five blind and two pairs of cockbeaded drawers, flanked by square cluster-columns, inlaid with oval shell paterae and outlined with geometric banding, ogee bracket feet, 116cm high, 174cm wide, c.1800 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1561 A George III mahogany floor standing corner cabinet, moulded top above a frieze drawer and a rectangular door, crossbanded, inlaid with classical urns and outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, shaped apron, outswept bracket feet, 83cm high, 76cm wide £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1562 A George III mahogany crossbanded oak mule chest, hinged cover, drawers to base, bracket feet, 50cm high, 82.5cm wide, c.1780 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1566 1566 A George III mahogany chest, slightly oversailing rectangular top above a deep frieze inlaid with a pair of oval shell paterae, above two short and three long graduated drawers, ogee bracket feet, 94cm high, 92cm wide, c.1800 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1563 1563 A 19th century Swiss walnut music box, the 32cm cylinder playing 8 airs on a two piece comb, cranking handle, Stop/Start and Change/Repeat selectors, kingwood crossbanded and outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, serial number 20502, 58cm wide, c1870 £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1564 A George III mahogany country house plate warming cabinet, rectangular top with twin hinged covers providing a surface for serving, above a rectangular panelled door enclosing two slatted shelves, drawer to base, plinth foot, 101cm high, 47cm wide, c. 1800 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1567 1567 A Chinese hardwood rectangular altar table, flush top above a deep frieze, pierced and profusely carved with dragons, bats and scrolls, 102cm high, 214cm wide £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1565 A George III mahogany corner washstand, arched gallery above three circular apertures, open undertier with three frieze drawers, X-stretcher, outswept legs, outlined with boxwood stringing, 106cm high, 55cm wide, c.1810 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1568 A George III mahogany chest, of tall proportions, dentil cornice above two short and five long graduated cockbeaded drawers, brass swan neck handles, skirted base, shaped bracket feet, 140.5cm high, 105cm wide, £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1569 A George III mahogany butler’s tray, downswept gallery with pierced handles, 73cm wide, c.1780 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1570 A George III mahogany bureau, of unusual proportions, fall front enclosing a fitted interior above two short and two long graduated cockbeaded drawers, brass swan neck handles, skirted base, bracket feet, 114cm high, 93cm wide, c.1770 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1571 An unusual George III mahogany library reading or draughtsman’s table, rectangular plateau with inset leather surface, adjustable on two ratchets, brass mechanism, incurved frieze above two book troughs, chamfered square legs, 92cm high, 62cm wide, c1780 £700 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1572 1572 A George III mahogany bureau, fall front enclosing a fitted interior, above two short and three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, skirted base, bracket feet, 103cm high, 104cm wide, c.1770 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1573 A George III mahogany bachelor’s chest, moulded rectangular top above four long graduated cockbeaded drawers, brass swan neck handles, 85cm high, 73cm wide, c.1775 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1574 A George III mahogany armchair, pierced vasular splat, stuffed over seat, c.1770 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1575 A George III longcase clock, 31cm arched brass dial inscribed Thomas Davies, Northampton, silvered chapter ring with Roman and subsidiary Arabic numerals, Strike/Silent to arch, subsidiary seconds dial, date aperture, twin winding holes, 8-day movement striking on a bell, the tall case with swan neck pediment, stop-fluted Corinthian columns, shaped rectangular door to waist inlaid with a Neo-Classical urn, plinth base, 248cm high £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1576 A pair of 19th century mahogany tripod candle stands, dished pie-crust tops, lobed incurved baluster columns, cabriole legs, scroll feet applied with draught turned roundels, 95cm high, 26cm diameter £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1577 1577 A George III elm tripod occasional table, circular tilting top, turned urnular column, cabriole legs, 72cm high, 85cm diameter, c.1800 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1578 1578 A George III country house satinwoodcrossbanded mahogany book carrier, three-quarter gallery with rounded sides surmounted by a rectangular carrying handle with flush brass brackets to angles, the rectangular base with one long drawer, enclosing a fitted interior papered pink, boxwood oval escutcheon, outlined with rosewood and ebony stringing, 33cm high (over handle), 33cm wide, c. 1800 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1579 A George III Chippendale period mahogany elbow chair, Cupid’s bow cresting rail, shaped and pierced splat carved with scrolling acanthus, serpentine arms, stuffed over upholstery, moulded square legs, c1760 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1580 A George III brass bound mahogany rectangular apothecary box, hinged cover, drawer to base, flush military handles, 19.5cm high,c.1815 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1581 A ‘George II’ walnut bonheur du jour, incurved superstructure with a cupboard and small drawers, moulded top above an apron drawer and a pair of cupboards, cabriole legs carved to the knees with shells, pad feet, 94cm high, 100.5cm wide, an old reconstruction containing 18th century elements £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1582 A Chinese padouk wood two-level jardinière stand, the asymmetrical arrangement of square and rectangular plateaux with carved and pierced friezes, shaped legs and stretchers, 83cm high, 68cm wide, 19th century £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1583 A George II style mahogany stool, incurved stuffed over top, cabriole legs carved with shells, bell husks and scrolling acanthus, pad feet, 49cm high, 59cm wide, c.1900 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1584 A George II oak desk box on stand, hinged sloping top, the front applied in brass pinwork with monogram ‘TAS’ and dated 1756, the 19th century pine stand with chamfered rectangular legs, 118cm high, 67cm wide £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1585 A George I and later walnut chest on stand, moulded outswept cornice above two short and three long graduated drawers, the base with three further drawers, turned legs, outlined throughout with feather banding, turned legs, shaped stretchers, bun feet, 176cm high, 102cm wide, elements c1725 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1586 1586 A French Hepplewhite mahogany elbow chair, stuffed over upholstery, serpentine arms carved with lotus scrolls, cabriole legs, 19th century £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1587 1587 A 19th century French gilt metal mounted rosewood and kingwood parquetry heart shaped bijouterie table, in the Louis XV taste, hinged top with bevelled pane, above a deep frieze with swing-out drawer, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, cabriole legs, 74cm high, 37.5cm wide, c.1860 £700 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1588 A French gilt metal mounted porcelain urnular inkstand, hinged cover, beaded border, decorated in polychrome with swags and bands of diapers, masks to sides, spreading circular foot, 12cm high, 19th century £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1594 A George III Welsh oak housekeepers cupboard, outswept cornice above a pair of rectangular doors, each with two raised and fielded ogee panels, the base with an arrangement of seven cockbeaded drawers, turned pillars, bracket feet, 179cm high, 147cm wide, c.1800 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1595 A Victorian oak staircase gallery, panelled sides, the newel post carved with ribbons and acanthus, 157cm high, c.1880 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1589 1589 A French Empire gilt metal mounted mahogany pier table, rectangular white marble top above a frieze drawer, column supports, open undertier, 84cm high, 98cm wide, c1830 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1593 1593 A Chinese padouk wood jardinière stand, circular top with inset soapstone panel, beaded border, the shaped frieze and cabriole legs carved with blossoming prunus, 92cm high, 27cm diam, c.1900 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1596 1596 A Black Forest novelty gentleman’s companion, shaped oval top with provision for cigars and vestas, carved and applied with seated bears, the base with a tobacco jar carved as a further bear climbing a tree, 84cm high, 46cm wide, c1900 £800 - £1200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1601 A small Chinese hardwood rectangular stool or low table, shaped frieze carved and pierced with scrolls, 30cm high, 44cm wide, c1900 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1604 1604 A Chinese padouk wood rectangular scholar’s desk, panel top above an arrangement of four frieze drawers, moulded square legs, trellis undertier, 76cm high, 124cm wide, early 20th century £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1611 A Chinese hardwood low tea table, rectangular panel top, the shaped frieze and scroll ends pierced and carved with birds amongst blossoming prunus, 31.5cm high, 92cm wide, c1900 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1618 1618 A Chinese padouk wood folding tea table, with two graduated oval trays, carved throughout with leafy bamboo, 66cm high, 71cm wide £150 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1612 A 19th century silver-mounted jambaya, 24.5cm curved double-edged blade marked Rud. Herald, 328 330 7th Avenue, New York, ivory hilt carved with organic forms, the scabbard profusely chased with dense leafy scrolls, two suspension rings, 42cm long, North Africa £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1613 A Continental polychrome carving, of Christ the Good Shepherd, 24cm high, 19th century £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1617 A Chinese padouk wood rectangular jardinière stand, panel top above a deep frieze pierced and carved with scrolls, square legs, 52cm high, 42cm wide, c.1890 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1619 1619 A George IV gilt metal mounted rosewood library side cabinet, grey veined marble top with moulded edge above a pair of glazed doors, flanked by columns, the bowed angles with further glazed door, beaded borders, plinth base, 89cm high, 230cm wide, c1825 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1620 A Chinese hardwood low tea table, panel top above a pierced frieze, scroll end supports, 33cm high, 84cm wide £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1621 1621 A Charles II oak blanket chest, hinged three panel top, two panel front with nulled frieze, stile feet, 67cm high, 115cm wide, c1685 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1622 1622 A Charles II oak blanket chest, hinged four panel top enclosing a till, the front carved with lozenges and leafy scrolls, stile feet, 62cm high, 121cm wide, c1685 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1624 A pair of George III Irish brass bound coopered mahogany plate buckets, swing handles, 39cm high, 38cm diameter, c1780 £1500 - £2000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1629 A Tibetan silver Buddhist prayer wheel, profusely chased with scrolling clouds and symbols, lotus bud finial, turned wooden handle, 32cm long, 19th/early 20th century £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1630 A 19th century vaseline glass and gilt-brass oil lamp, wavy shade, marbled glass reservoir, Corinthian column, stepped square pedestal base, 79cm high £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1631 An 18th century oak joint stool, rectangular moulded top above a shaped apron, turned legs, rectangular stretchers, 57cm high, 46.5cm wide, c1720 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1625 1625 A Blue John desk weight, 10cm high £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1632 A 19th century style chemist shop mahogany wall timepiece, 28cm circular painted dial inscribed Pharmacy (A. Eames), Harefield, 1987-, Carrard bakelite movement, 35cm diameter overall £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1633 A 19th century specimen marble, black slate and ebonised drum mantel clock, 19cm white enamel chapter ring with Roman numerals, twin-winding holes, eight-day movement, scroll arms, skirted plinth base, shaped apron, 35.5cm high, 56cm wide, c. 1870 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1627 1627 A Biedermier walnut canted rectangular commode, moulded top above four long graduated drawers, skirted base with a further drawer, bracket feet, 97cm high, 110cm wide, c1830 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1628 A Louis XV design rosewood serpentine fronted boudoir commode, oversailing top above three drawers, crossbanded and outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, cabriole legs, 68cm high, 40cm wide, 18th/19th century £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1634 A 19th century silver mounted mother of pearl domed rectangular casket, engine turned and engraved with flowers, foliage and C-scrolls, hinged cover, 15cm wide, c.1870 £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1635 A 19th century shark vertebrae walking cane, horn pommel, 91cm long £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1636 A 19th century Scottish cattle horn snuff mull or flask, the domed cover restrained by a chain, silver coloured metal mount, 17cm long, c.1850 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1638 1638 A 19th century sailor’s scrimshaw bone panel, carved and picked out with a marine tableau of a whaling scene, 8.5cm x 20.5cm £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1639 A 19th century sailor’s folk art midshipman’s dirk, 12cm blade by Edward Barnes & Sons, Sheffield, the ivory ‘scrimshaw’ hilt inscribed A Gift from W.E.T. HMS Iris to his Brother R.E.T., Auckland 1858, leather scabbard, 24cm long overall Launched in 1840, H.M.S Iris was a 26-gun sixth rate frigate initially engaged with the West Africa Squadron in supressing the slave trade, before moving to the East Indies Station and operating in Borneo. As the first flagship of the Australia Station between 1859 and 1861, she participated in the First Taranaki War. £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1641 A 19th century rosewood, walnut and marquetry shaped oval centre table, moulded top inlaid with a reserve of summer flowers, within a broad band of strapwork, scrolls and tumbling blocks, drawer to frieze, cabriole legs, 70.5cm high, 98cm wide, c1870 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1637 1637 An early George III Rococo mahogany longcase clock, 30.5cm arched brass dial inscribed John Fladgate, London, silvered chapter ring with Roman and subsidiary Arabic numerals, Strike/Silent to arch, subsidiary seconds dial, date aperture, twin winding holes, 8-day movement striking on a bell, the hood with dentil cornice and canted angles carved with acanthus scrolls, rectangular door to waist, plinth base, 226.5cm high, c1760 £5000 - £7000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1642 A 19th century rosewood elbow chair, in the French Hepplewhite taste, stuffed over upholstery, serpentine arms terminating in carved scrolls, turned supports, slender cabriole legs, pad feet £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1643 A 19th century rosewood crossbanded mahogany open bookcase, three quarter gallery above three shelves, 107cm high, 120.5cm wide £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1644 A 19th century Rococo Revival gilt metal cartouche shaped easel dressing table mirror, leafy scroll border, bevelled oval plate with beaded bezel, 30.5cm wide, c.1870 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1645 A 19th century pine concave fronted spoon rack, shaped cresting above two rows of apertures, a shelf and a niche, the base with a pair of drawers, 89cm high, 42cm wide, c.1860 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1646 A 19th century pietra dura and ebony canted rectangular casket, the hinged cover inlaid with a spray of lilies, turned feet, 16cm wide, c.1870 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1647 A 19th century ormolu inkwell, cast in relief with eagles, hinged cover, bun feet, 13cm high, c.1860 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1649 A 19th century maritime diorama, of a threemasted ship, painted naturalistic setting, rosewood frame, 39cm x 81cm £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1650 A 19th century mahogany tripod occasional table, circular top, panelled baluster column, acanthus carved socle and scroll legs, 74.5cm high, 45cm diameter £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1651 A 19th century mahogany tea kettle stand, the square top above a slide, X-stretcher, tapered square legs, outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, 70.5cm high, 36cm wide £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1652 A ‘19th century’ mahogany open bookcase, of narrow proportions, rectangular top above five shelves flanked by wavy borders, shaped plinth base, 136cm high, 31cm wide £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1653 A 19th century mahogany compactum wardrobe, moulded outswept cornice above a pair of doors and two short and two long drawers, enclosing hanging space and sliding trays, further compartment to side, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, 211cm high, 173cm wide £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1654 A 19th century mahogany circular military wall clock, 34.5cm circular enamel dial inscribed WD [War Department], R J Warren, M & C, Woolwich, London, broad arrow mark, single winding hole, fusee movement, 47cm diam, dated 1887 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1655 A 19th century mahogany butler’s cigar box or ballot box, hinged cover inscribed to verso 1, 2 and 3, brass handle, 29cm wide, c.1880 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1648 1648 A 19th century ormolu and dark patinated bronze standish, the side with a repetitive band of anthemions, laurel wreath handles, bracket feet, 26cm wide, c.1850 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1656 A 19th century mahogany and marquetry cartouche shaped tray, the field inlaid with flowers and scrolling foliage outlined with boxwood stringing, the bold Gallery carved with slender C and S-scrolls, brass handles, 49.5cm wide, c.1850 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1657 A 19th century Louis XVI Revival gilt-metal mounted specimen marble inverted baluster vase, the front applied with a garland of roses and further summer flowers, bellhusk-capped handles with leafy terminals, flared neck, fluted socle, garland pedestal, square plinth base, 44.5cm high overall, c. 1870 (now converted to a table lamp) £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1658 A 19th century lignum vitae novelty cotton dispenser, as a barrel, screw-fitting base enclosing a spool, winder finial, brass ‘tap’, 9.5cm high, c.1850 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1659 A 19th century Italian violin, paper label printed F Mulot, the one-piece back 36cm long excluding button, rosewood tuning pegs, outlined throughout with purfling, 61cm long overall £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1661 1661 A 17th century design oak refectory dining table, cleated top, bold baluster end supports, trestle base, 80cm high, 212cm long, 79.5cm wide £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1662 A 17th/early 18th century oak mule chest, hinged rectangular top, the front applied with geometric mouldings, above a pair of drawers, skirted base, 82cm high, 134cm wide, c1700 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1663 A 19th century boule work standish, central wafer box flanked by a pair of clear glass wells, pen recess, gilt metal acanthus scroll feet, 36cm wide, c.1840 £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1664 A 19th century brass studded and mounted hardwood Zanzibar box, hinged cover enclosing a fitted interior, bat shaped carrying handles to sides, 48cm wide £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1665 A 19th century bronze circular sundial, engraved with Roman numerals, sun-in-splendour and date of 1645, shaped gnomon, 15cm diam £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

1660 1660 A 17th century Baroque giltwood and gesso looking-glass, the broad shield-shaped frame crested by a coronet and flanked by scantily draped supporters, each holding a herald’s trumpet, bevelled mirror plate above a cherub mask, 105cm high, 88cm wide, c. 1680 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1666 A 19th century cello, 76.9cm two-piece back, outlined throughout with tramline purfling, typical scroll, boxwood tuning pegs, ebony neck and tailpiece, flanked by F-holes, iron end pin, 130cm long overall £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1667 A 19th century Continental gilt-metal filigree reliquary frame, the shaped solar case ornamented with a border of alternating red and green paste stones and pearl flowerheads, loop suspension, 11.5cm high, 8.5cm wide £60 - £80 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1668 A 19th century Continental ivory and paper nineteen-stick lady’s fan, the reticulated sticks painted with three portraits of society beauties, half-length, within oval reserves, amongst pierced and picked-out leafy scrolls and foliage, the whole surmounted by a concertina panorama decorated with Watteausque scenes of peasants at play in stylized landscapes, bouquets of country flowers and gilt leafy scrolls, 51cm wide (open), glazed display case, collector’s manuscript label to verso, the fan, c. 1860 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1669 A 19th century dark patinated and parcel-gilt mantel bronze, cast as a putto holding aloft a torch, square plinth, 27cm high, c.1860 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1670 1670 A 19th century Derbyshire Ashford marble circular inkstand, inlaid with reserves of malachite and other specimen stones, clear glass well with hinged cover, ball feet, 17cm diam, c.1860 £150 - £180 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1671 A 19th century Dutch mahogany canted rectangular side cabinet, oversailing top and dentil cornice above a pair of frieze drawers, and a pair of rectangular cupboard doors, inlaid with oval bat wing paterae, tapered square feet, 99cm high, 108cm wide £200 - £300 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1672 A 19th century earthenware architectural boss, modelled as the face of a bearded man, 63cm high, 40cm wide, c1860 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1673 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%

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1674 A 19th century elm and mahogany child’s rocking lambing chair, probably Welsh, shaped cresting pierced with a heart motif, boarded seat, shaped apron, 61cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1675 A 19th century faux bamboo bergere library chair, 85cm high £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1676 A 19th century French dark patinated bronze double chamber stick, campana sconces on acanthus-grasped branches, centred by a piping putto, dished oval base, 17cm wide, c.1870 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1677 A 19th century French ebonised composition cartel clock, 24.5cm circular dial inscribed upon enamel cartouches with Roman numerals, twin winding holes, 8-day movement striking on a gong, the case moulded with figures, flowers and Rococo scrolls, 66cm high, c.1870 £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1678 A 19th century French gilt metal mantel clock, 7.5cm enamel dial inscribed with Roman numerals, twin winding holes, 14-day movement striking on a bell, the case cast with a scantily clad putto reading, amongst flowering scrolling foliage, signed P. H. Mourey, 28cm wide, c.1870 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1679 A 19th century French gilt metal mantel clock, 8.5cm circular enamel dial inscribed with Arabic numerals and painted with swags of flowers, twin-winding holes, 14-day movement striking on a bell, the case crested by an urn and profusely cast with masks and scrolling foliage, 63cm high, ensuite as a garniture with a pair of similar fourlight candelabra, 65cm high, c.1870 £300 - £400 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1680 A 19th century French kingwood lady’s occasional writing and work table, hinged shaped top with inset tooled and gilt writing surface, enclosing lidded compartments above a further slide, drawers to sides, cabriole legs, gilt metal sabots, 74cm high, 56cm wide, c.1860 £400 - £600 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1681 A 19th century French Palais-Royal gilt-metal mounted cranberry glass potpourri bowl, cover and stand, applied with vignettes of Parisian topography and landmarks printed in colour on mother-of-pearl roundels, the brass mounts elaborately chased with foliage and cast with stiff acanthus, 15cm high, the stand 18.5cm diam, c. 1870 £70 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1682 1682 A 19th century French parcel-gilt and dark patinated bronze mantel clock garniture, the timepiece dial inscribed H Luppens, Bruxelles [Brussels] and applied with Roman numerals, 14-day movement numbered 2284, cast as a pearl raised from the sea and revealed behind a drape by putti, alabaster base, 32.5cm high, the figural two-branch candelabra 21.5cm high £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1683 A 19th century French porcelain mounted gilt metal mantel clock, 10.5cm dial inscribed with Roman numerals, 14day Miroy-Requier & Co movement striking on a bell, the case crested by a covered urn and painted in the manner of Sevres with frolicing celestial putti and a courting couple, knop feet, 41cm high, c.1870 £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1684 A 19th century French Revivalist gilt-patinated bronze circular dish, cast in high and low relief, centred by a portrait bust of a Phrygian statesman, the field with three shaped reserves of peacocks, sheep and dogs, classical lyres and garlands, the outer border with winged lion masks, cornucopia and garlands, 30cm diam, c. 1870 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1685 A 19th century French rosewood and marquetry rectangular dressing table, hinged cover enclosing a mirror and an arrangement of compartments above an undertier, turned supports, outswept legs, 74cm high, 57.5cm wide, c1890 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1686 A 19th century French walnut secretaire a abattant, Rosso Antico marble top above a frieze drawer, fall front and a pair of cupboards, fitted interior, crossbanded and outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, 141cm high, 82cm wide, c1850 £300 - £500 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1687 A 19th century gentleman’s novelty walking cane, the pommel carved as the head of a monkey, glass eyes, 97cm long £100 - £150 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1688 A 19th century gilt framed mirror, with lofty foliate cresting, 94cm x 57cm £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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1689 A 19th century gilt metal mounted earthenware ovoid lamp, cast and applied with ribbon-tied swags and masks, square base, lion paw feet, 43cm high, c.1880 £60 - £100 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1690 A 19th century gilt-patinated figural bronze and black marble mantel clock, 9cm white enamel dial inscribed Raingo Frères à Paris, with Roman numerals and twin-winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a bell, the black marble columnar case surmounted by a bronze study of a young child praying on a cushion, the pedestal with two beaded bands, 37cm high, c. 1870 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1691 A 19th century giltwood and gesso oval girandole, leafy scroll and cartouche cresting, fluted campana sconces, 135cm high, 70cm wide, c1860 £150 - £200 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1690 1692 A 19th century Italian alabaster two-handled vase, boldly carved in high relief with summer flowers throughout, the handles as mythical birds picked out in gilt, stiff and downswept acanthus to neck and shoulder, the socle conforming, circular pedestal square base, 47.5cm high, c. 1860 £80 - £120 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1693 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-fusee 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%

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1694 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-fusee 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 £600 - £1000 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20% 1695 A 19th century oval rose metal inlaid tortoiseshell box, all over intricately inlaid with flowers and swags, insects and birds, 82mm x 52mm x 37mm £600 - £800 plus 21% Buyer’s Premium + VAT @20%

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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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Name (Block Letters): ............................................................................................................................................................. Address (Block Letters): ........................................................................................................................................................ .............................................................................................................................................................................................................. Post Code: ................................................................................. Telephone Number: ..................................................... .......................................................................................................... Alternative No.: ................................................................ Signature:................................................................................... Date: ...................................................................................... PLEASE CHECK YOUR BIDS Bids placed by telephone are accepted solely at the sender’s risk; if they are not confirmed in writing Bamfords cannot be liable for not executing them accurately.


Specialist Departments Tel: 01332 210000 - E-mail: sales@bamfords-auctions.co.uk 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 PA/HUMAN RESOURCES BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT REMOVALS AND DELIVERIES

James Lewis and Steven Iredale James Lewis Annabel Brammer Steven Iredale Chris Goldsmith Daniel Smith Maxwell Craven Daniel Smith James Lewis Ian Crawford and Simon Billing Chris Goldsmith Alan Judd Ian Crawford / Simon Billing Annabel Brammer 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 Nicola Aslam 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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A Buyer’s Premium of of 21% plus VAT on the hammer price is payable on all purchased lots. (The VAT rate may alter and will be levied at the appropriate rate.) Any lots marked with an asterisk (*) will, in addition, be subject to VAT at the appropriate rate on the hammer price. Payment for all purchased lots must be made by the Friday following the sale. After this period, the Auctioneers reserve the right to cancel any sale at their sole discretion or to re-offer lots for which payment has not been received in a future sale without reserve. In this latter event, the original bidder will be held liable for any shortfall between the selling price at re-offer, plus expenses, and the total amount due on their unpaid account. Methods of payment accepted and conditions attached thereto are detailed in ’IMPORTANT NOTICE TO BIDDERS AND BUYERS’ below. Lots may be cleared whilst the auction is in progress after payment in full. Ownership of a purchased lot shall not pass to a buyer until full payment of the ’total amount due’ has been made to the Auctioneers. Free storage of all purchased lots will be provided for three working days following the sale; thereafter a storage and handling charge of £5.00 plus VAT per lot per day will be levied upon the buyer, as will all carriage charges incurred by the Auctioneers in having goods removed to storage. In reference to Condition 6, all purchased lots uncollected within three working days of the sale will be transferred to the storage facilities and will be subject to the charges outlined in Condition 6. No lots will be released until carriage and storage charges have been paid in full. Bidding i. Bidders. By participating in this sale, the bidder agrees to be bound by Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Ltd Conditions of Business. Any buyer acting for any person who is not bidding shall be jointly and severally liable with that person for satisfaction of all arising obligations and liabilities, with the exception of the Auctioneers where they are acting on behalf of commission or other bidders. ii. Paddles. All intending bidders are required to register for a paddle bidding number with the Accounts Department prior to the auction. Bidders new to the salerooms will be required to complete a paddle registration form available at the Accounts Office and will be required to present proof of identity, proof of address and details of a valid debit or credit card in their name, which details may be retained on file by the Auctioneers and used to secure payment for purchased lots. The Auctioneer will not accept bids from a bidder in the room who has not registered for a paddle number. When a buyer is successful, the buyer will hold the paddle aloft and the Auctioneer will record the paddle number as the buyer of the lot. iii. Commission Bids. Any person unable to attend the auction may request the Auctioneer to bid on their

behalf. This service is free of charge. Bidding forms will be available so that clients may complete these fully. These should be handed in at the Accounts Office. All commission bidders will be required to supply proof of identity, proof of address and/or details of a valid debit or credit card in their name, which details may be retained on file by the Auctioneers and used to secure payment for purchased lots. Commission bidders are urged to ascertain whether or not they have been successful on the day of the sale or on the Thursday following the sale. Lots will be purchased by the Auctioneer on behalf of the commission bidder for the lowest price allowed by other bids and/or reserves if any, up to and including their maximum bid amount recorded. ’Buy’ bids will not be accepted by the Auctioneers. The Auctioneers cannot accept responsibility for any neglect or default in executing or failing to execute commission bids, or where a bidding slip has been completed incorrectly. We urge commission bidders, therefore, to ensure that the correct lot number(s) and price(s) are recorded on their bidding forms. iv. Telephone Bids. Any person unable to attend the auction may request to bid on a specific lot by telephone. This facility is only available by prior arrangement with the Auctioneers, is dependent on the availability of telephone lines, and is only available on lots carrying a lower estimate of at least £300 (e.g. catalogue estimate £300-500). All telephone bidders will be required to supply proof of identity, proof of address and/or details of a valid debit or credit card in their name, which details may be retained on file by the Auctioneers and used to secure payment for purchased lots. The Auctioneers cannot accept responsibility for any neglect or default in executing or failing to execute telephone bids. v. Condition Reports. Reports on the condition of any lot are offered by the Auctioneers as a statement of opinion only, and not of fact. Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Ltd. are not liable for any errors or omissions contained therein. vi. In the case of a dispute, the Auctioneers reserve the right to re-offer any lot. vii. The bidding increments will be at the sole discretion of the Auctioneer. viii.Responsibility for risk, loss or damage to any lot falls to the bidder upon the fall of the hammer or, if the lot is purchased privately, to the purchaser on the day when the contract is made. The Auctioneers are not liable for any loss or damage occurring to a lot during clearing. Buyers may accept assistance from Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Ltd. staff members during clearing, but any loss or damage occurring to lots will be at the buyers’ risk. 9. Liability of Auctioneers and Sellers – i. Goods sold are not new and all goods are sold with all faults and imperfections and errors of description. Illustrations in the catalogue and any other

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illustrations provided are for identification only; colours and appearance may differ to the actual item(s) due to the limitations of the printing process. ii. Bidders should prior to the sale satisfy themselves as to the condition of each lot and whether or not in their own judgment the lot accords with the description. iii. Neither the Auctioneers nor the seller, nor their servants and agents, are responsible for errors of description or for the authenticity of any lot. iv. Neither the Auctioneers nor the seller, nor their servants and agents, give any warranty whatsoever other than hereinafter contained to any buyer in respect of any lot; any express or implied conditions or warranties are hereby excluded. 10. Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Ltd. reserves the right to reproduce illustrations and to publish sale results. 11. Electrical Goods. Goods offered for sale which were once operated by electricity may not comply with statutory requirements and are offered for sale for display and historical research purposes only; these goods are not suitable for connection to the mains electricity supply. It is imperative that anyone wishing to use these goods for their original purpose have them checked by a qualified electrician prior to such use. 12. Where a member of the public causes damage to a lot (or part thereof) the Auctioneers reserve the right to: i. sell the aforementioned without reserve and to hold that specific individual liable for the amount of any difference between the hammer price and the reserve or lower estimate, whichever be the higher; or ii. hold that specific individual liable for the cost of restoration where appropriate; or iii. hold that specific individual liable for the full amount of the reserve price or lower estimate, whichever be the higher. N.B. Except where full payment has been made under Condition 12(iii), title to the lot will remain solely with the seller. 13. Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Ltd. draw your attention to ’TERMS OF SALE BY AUCTION AND CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS, MAINLY CONCERNING SELLERS’, ’GENERAL CONDITIONS AND DEFINITIONS APPLICABLE TO BIDDERS, BUYERS AND SELLERS’ (see below) and ’IMPORTANT NOTICE TO BIDDERS AND BUYERS’ (see below). 14. Lots entered into this sale are subject to Reserve Prices. 15. Certain property sold at auction may be subject to laws governing export from the country where it was purchased and import into another country. It is the buyer’s responsibility to be aware of these restrictions and obtain any relevant licenses. 16. Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Ltd. reserve the right to amend any or all of their Terms and Conditions of Business at any time. Further details on request. N.B. References to ’The Auctioneer’ and ’The Auctioneers’ include Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Ltd., its directors, employees, consultants, servants and agents.

2. The Auctioneer sells as agent for the seller and as such is not responsible for any default by seller or buyer. 3. Any representation or statement by the Auctioneers in any catalogue as to ownership, attribution, genuineness, origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated selling price is a statement of opinion only and the Auctioneers, their servants or agents hereby disclaim responsibility for the correctness of such opinions. 4. In these conditions: i. ’Hammer Price’ means the price at which a lot is knocked down by the Auctioneer to the buyer. ii. ’Balance Due’ means the hammer price in respect of the lot sold together with any premium, value added tax chargeable and additional charges and expenses, e.g. storage charges and insurance, in pounds sterling. iii. ’Sale Proceeds’ means the net amount due to the seller being the hammer price of the lot sold less commission at the stated rate and expenses and any other amounts due to the Auctioneers from the seller. 5. The Auctioneer has the right at his absolute discretion without giving any reason to refuse any bid, to advance the bidding as he may decide, to withdraw or divide any lot, to combine any two or more lots and, in the case of a dispute, to put up any lot for auction again. 6. Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Ltd. at its absolute discretion has the right to refuse admission to its premises or attendance at its auctions by any person. N.B. References to ’The Auctioneer’ and ’The Auctioneers’ include Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Ltd., its directors, employees, consultants, servants and agents. IMPORTANT NOTICE TO BIDDERS AND BUYERS 1. 2.

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GENERAL CONDITIONS AND DEFINITIONS APPLICABLE TO BIDDERS, BUYERS AND SELLERS 1.

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Terms.Your attention is drawn to the Terms of Sale by Auction and Conditions of Business. Buyer’s Premium. A Buyer’s Premium at the rate of 21% plus VAT. Some items, such as books and unframed maps, however, are zero-rated for VAT and, therefore, no VAT will be payable by buyers on the Buyer’s Premium for lots consisting solely of books or unframed maps. Bidding. New bidders may have to provide proof of identification and address and valid debit or credit card details as security. Live online bidding is available via www.the-saleroom.com, which attracts an additional charge of 5.5% plus VAT (6.6% inclusive of VAT @ 20%) on the hammer price of each lot purchased. Condition. While indications of condition are given in some lot descriptions, an absence of such advice does not imply that a lot is free from defect, restoration or alteration. Prospective bidders must satisfy themselves as to the condition of a lot prior to bidding. Our staff can provide condition reports for those unable to attend our rooms. Measurements. All measurements and weights provided in lot descriptions should be considered approximate. Catalogue Amendments. It is important for prospective bidders to check the latest version of the catalogue prior to the sale for any changes which may affect lots on which they intend to bid. Payment. Payment is accepted in GB Pounds only by cash, debit card, bank transfer. Buyers will be held liable


for any expenses arising from their method of payment. Bamfords do not accept credit cards or cheques Payment by card. We accept debit bearing the ’VISA’, ’V PAY’, ’MasterCard’, ’Maestro’, ’Discover’ symbols Card-not-present transactions. The maximum payment accepted over the phone is £2,500. Multiple card-notpresent payments to cover an invoice total in excess of £2,500 are not accepted. Card-not-present transactions are subject to our compliance requirements and are only accepted from buyers whose cards are registered to a UK address which receives a full AVS match (Address Verification System). It is not possible to make card-notpresent payments by V PAY card. Our bank details for transfers International Bank Account Number GB04HBUK + Sort Code 401915 Account no. 93665127 Branch Identitifier Code HBUKGB4104B SWIFT Code MIDLGB22 International Bank Account Number GB04HBUK + Sort Code 401915 Account no. 93665127 Collection. It is the buyer’s responsibility to collect all purchases or arrange for their collection by a third-party carrier by 5pm on the Friday following the sale at the latest. (See Terms of Sale by Auction 4-7) Carriage. We do not provide a carriage service for any purchased lots. We can, however, provide contact details for third-party carriers who may be able to assist. Postage & Packing. Bamfords can post and pack items of an unfragil nature, subject to our discretion. Please contact reception for further details. No lots will be released to a third-party carrier without first being paid for in full.

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A commission rate of 12.5% (plus VAT on the commission where applicable) is payable by sellers on the hammer price of individual lots sold. An additional charge for internet and photography is charged, depending on whichsale between £1 and £7 plus Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Ltd. are not regulated by the F.S.A. for the provision of insurance to its clients. However, Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Ltd., for its own protection, insures property consigned to it at mid pre-sale estimate, unless the item has been sold, in which instance property is insured at the hammer price, for loss, occasioned as a result of theft, fire or negligence whilst in their custody or control. The seller undertakes to reimburse Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Ltd. for all expenses incurred, inclusive of VAT, where the seller’s instructions are withheld after chattels have been deposited at the salerooms, e.g. transport, storage, etc. There is a charge of £35 per lot or 20% of the reserve, which is ever is greater. Illustrations in the catalogue will be charged to the seller at an agreed rate, a minimum of £10 per lot. All reserves will be subject to up to 10% discretion unless Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Ltd. are instructed to sell items without reserve, whereby the Auctioneer will sell the lot for the highest price bid but not for less than

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£15. ’Auctioneer’s Discretion’ is half the lower estimate. The Auctioneers reserve the right to alter reserves prior to auction should prevailing market conditions force the Auctioneers to do so. Reserves once fixed may only be altered with the express permission of the Auctioneer. Where a reserve has been placed, only the Auctioneer may bid on behalf of the seller. The Auctioneer reserves the right to sell at a ’hammer price’ below the reserve, but in any such case the sale proceeds to the seller shall be the same as if the lot had sold at reserve. VAT. Conditions 1, 2, 4, 8 and 13 are subject to VAT at the appropriate rate. The Auctioneers reserve the right to charge a withdrawal fee of 25% plus VAT of mid pre-sale estimate plus an additional £15.00 inclusive of VAT for any lots entered for sale but subsequently withdrawn prior to auction. The Auctioneers reserve the right to reproduce photographs and illustrations of any items placed with them for sale and retain copyright of those images. The Auctioneers reserve the right to use images of any items placed with them for sale for pre-sale or post-sale marketing purposes. If a buyer returns a lot within ten working days of purchase for an alleged breach of any matters referred to in the Sellers or Buyers Conditions of Business, and the Auctioneer is of the opinion that the buyer’s complaint is justified, the Auctioneer is authorized to cancel the sale and refund the total amount paid for the lot to the buyer. The Auctioneers reserve the right to cancel any sale at any time, at their sole discretion. The seller of any lot warrants to the Auctioneer and to the buyer that the seller is the true owner of the property up for sale or is legally authorized to sell the property by the true owner and is able to give good and marketable title to the property, free from any third party claims, and that the seller will indemnify the Auctioneers, their servants and agents, and the buyer against any loss or damage suffered as a result of any breach of the terms of this clause by the seller. Sale proceeds will be posted to the seller within 28 working days after the end of the week of the auction in all cases, except as stated in Conditions 10 and 11 and where payment has not been made to the Auctioneers and it is held in the Auctioneers’ opinion to be in the seller’s best interest to extend the period for the buyer to make payment in full. In such instances Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Ltd. will post the sale proceeds within nine working days after the day on which the total amount due is received from the buyer. A charge will be made for each payment to a seller requested or required in any form other than a sterling cheque. The Auctioneers reserve the right to retain any interest accruing on monies held pending payment. Unsold Lots. The Auctioneers will notify the seller of any unsold lots within 5 working days after the sale. The seller can choose to either re-offer the lot(s) with a lower reserve in a future auction or to collect the lot(s) within 14 days. If the Auctioneers have not received instructions within 14 days, the lot will be re-offered without a reserve and sold to the highest bidder. Where a request has been made to

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a seller to remove goods from the saleroom and they are not removed within 14 days of such a request, the aforementioned conditions will also apply. The seller authorizes the Auctioneers to deduct commission at the stated rates and any expenses from the hammer price, and acknowledges the Auctioneers’ right to retain the Buyer’s Premium in accordance with Condition 1 of the Buyers Conditions. In addition the seller agrees to indemnify the Auctioneers against any costs, legal or otherwise, arising from a claim against a bidder being made on the seller’s instructions, where a dispute has arisen. Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Ltd. must be notified of any changes in seller’s address in writing. Where a seller is ’unknown’ at their stated address and correspondence is returned to the Auctioneers offices, Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Ltd. reserve the right to offer their goods for sale without reserve to be sold to the highest bidder after a period of 90 days from the date of the initial posting. Any monies realized will be held by Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Ltd., until claimed by the seller. The Auctioneer reserves the right to deduct commission and expenses. Private Sales. If any lot fails to sell or is subject to damage at the auction, the seller authorizes Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Ltd., as the seller’s exclusive agent, for a period of fourteen days following the auction to sell the lot privately for a price that will result in a payment to the seller of not less than the net amount (after commission and expenses) to which the seller would have been entitled had the lot been sold at a price equal to the agreed reserve. The Auctioneers reserve the right to deduct commission and expenses: all other items and conditions will be held to apply. Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Ltd. reserves the right to retain any amounts accruing from interest on clients’ monies being held pending settlement to sellers. To conform with Trading Standards, electrical goods are sold only as decorative objects or for historical research purposes and not for use. Therefore all cables, plugs, etc. will be removed and disposed of prior to the sale. Bamfords reserve the right to PAC test modern electrical and a charge of £5 plus VAT is made per item In respect of Furniture & Furnishing Fire Safety Regulations, no items can be accepted for sale which do not conform to the current legislation. In the case of dining chairs and similar pieces, the seat frames may be given to a buyer but the upholstery will have been removed, prior to the sale, where it does not comply with the aforementioned. The seller authorizes Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Ltd. to undertake any tests, research or enquiries or to consult and rely on any outside experts, consultants or restorers in relation to any item, as Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Ltd. may at its sole discretion deem appropriate. Neither Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Ltd. nor any affiliated company, nor their respective servants or agents, will be liable for loss or damage to frames or glass covering prints, paintings or other works or the loss or damage to property caused by:

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any third party instructed to deal with the property with the seller’s consent; ii. changes in humidity or temperature; iii. normal wear and tear, gradual deterioration or inherent defect; iv. errors in processing. 23. Estimates. Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Ltd. makes no representations or warranties as to the anticipated selling prices of property. Estimates are offered only as a guide and not as a statement of fact. 24. Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Ltd. would draw your attention to ’TERMS OF SALE BY AUCTION & CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS, MAINLY CONCERNING BIDDERS & BUYERS’, ’GENERAL CONDITIONS AND DEFINITIONS APPLICABLE TO BIDDERS, BUYERS AND SELLERS’ (see below) and ’IMPORTANT NOTICE TO BIDDERS & BUYERS’. N.B. References to ’The Auctioneer’ and ’The Auctioneers’ include Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Ltd., its directors, employees, consultants, servants and agents. GENERAL CONDITIONS AND DEFINITIONS APPLICABLE TO BIDDERS, BUYERS AND SELLERS 1. The Auctioneer sells as agent for the seller and as such is not responsible for any default by seller or buyer. 2. Any representation or statement by the Auctioneers in any catalogue as to ownership, attribution, genuineness, origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated selling price is a statement of opinion only and the Auctioneers, their servants or agents hereby disclaim responsibility for the correctness of such opinions. 3. In these conditions: i. ’Hammer Price’ means the price at which a lot is knocked down by the Auctioneer to the buyer. ii. ’Balance Due’ means the hammer price in respect of the lot sold together with any premium, value added tax chargeable and additional charges and expenses, e.g. storage charges and insurance, in pounds sterling. iii. ’Sale Proceeds’ means the net amount due to the seller being the hammer price of the lot sold less commission at the stated rate and expenses and any other amounts due to the Auctioneers from the seller. 4. The Auctioneer has the right at his absolute discretion without giving any reason to refuse any bid, to advance the bidding as he may decide, to withdraw or divide any lot, to combine any two or more lots and, in the case of a dispute, to put up any lot for auction again. 5. Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Ltd. at its absolute discretion has the right to refuse admission to its premises or attendance at its auctions by any person. N.B. References to ’The Auctioneer’ and ’The Auctioneers’ include Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Ltd., its directors, employees, consultants, servants and agents.


Lot 1037


The Derby Auction House - Chequers Road - Off Pentagon Island - Derby - DE21 6EN Tel: 01332 210000 - Fax: 01332 368424 - E-mail: fineart@bamfords-auctions.co.uk

Bamfords Auctioneers  

Fine Art & Antiques | 23, 24 & 25 January 2019

Bamfords Auctioneers  

Fine Art & Antiques | 23, 24 & 25 January 2019