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Wednesday 12th, Thursday 13th & Friday 14th February 2014 at 10.30am The Derby Auction House, Chequers Road, Derby


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Bamfords THE DERBY AUCTION HOUSE

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

Wednesday 12th, Thursday 13th & Friday 14th February 2014

English Furniture, Works of Art and Decorations from the Estate of a North Derbyshire Family of Title; Derbyshire Ceramics From a Deceased Local Collector; Oriental Art From a Leicestershire Probate; Jewellery and Watches from an Ashbourne Deceased Lady; the remaining contents from the Derby Home of a Distinguished Surgeon and Discerning Collector, on the Instructions of His Executors and 25 Deceased Estates Across Derbyshire, Staffordshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire and Yorkshire and Other Vendors Over 1,600 Lots of Decorative Ceramics, English Pottery, English Porcelain, Derby and Related Factories, Glass, Continental Ceramics, Oriental Ceramics and Asian Art; Plated Ware, Silver, Watches, Jewellery, Watercolours, Oils, Prints and Maps, Books, Coins, Weapons,Tribal Art,Taxidermy, Boxes & Objects, Metal Work,Textiles, Walking Sticks, Bijouterie, Miniatures, Wine, Blue John, Bronzes, Musical Instruments, Scientific Instruments, Cameras, Barometers, Clocks, Garden Appointments and Furniture On View

Sunday 9th February Monday 10th February Tuesday 11th February Morning of sales

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

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Order of Sale

Day Two – 13th February 2014 at 2.30pm Watercolour 1189 – 1275 Oils 1284 – 1383 Prints 1382 – 1406 Maps 1410 – 1418 Books and Manuscripts 1420 – 1435

Day One – 12th February 2014 at 10.30am Decorative Ceramics 1 – 10 Moorcroft 12 – 55 Porcelain 30 – 49 Pinxton 50 – 64 Bow 65 – 68 Chelsea 70 – 72 Rockingham 76 – 78 Coalport 79 – 83 Worcester 84 – 145 Derby 150 – 206 Sampson Hancock 207 – 240 Royal Crown Derby & Associated Factories 245 – 260 Pottery 261 – 282 Continental 283 – 305 Glass 306 – 351 Oriental 355 – 398 Day One – 12th February 2014 at 2.30pm Plated Ware Silver Watches Jewellery

Day Three – 14th February 2014 at 10.30am Barometers 1440 - 1444 Clocks 1445 - 1477 Furniture 1480 to end of sale

Information to Buyers Payments

1. Bamfords charge 20% plus VAT Buyer’s Premium on the hammer

of each lot (e.g. Hammer Price £100 + Buyer’s Premium £17.50 + VAT on the Premium £3.06 Total Invoice £120.56)

2. Payments made before the 24th February 2014 will be discounted to 17.5% plus VAT Buyers Premium on the hammer of each lot.

There is a minimum Buyer’s Premium of £10 per lot on this sale.

400 – 410 415 – 570 571 – 587 588 – 698

3. Any lot purchased through the services of ATG Media’s thesaleroom.com will be subject to a further charge of 3% of the hammer price (plus VAT where chargeable)

4. Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers accept Cash, Bank Transfers, Bankers Drafts and Debit Cards

Day Two – 13th February 2014 at 10.00am Boxes and Objects 699 – 852 Walking Sticks 855 – 864 Blue John, Ashford Marble and Ivories 865 – 903 Snuff Boxes 910 – 918 Miniatures 925 – 933 Bijouterie 934 – 965 Oriental Art and Bronzes 966 – 1022 Textiles 1030 – 1042 Taxidermy 1044 – 1050 Wine 1060 – 1064 Weapons and Militaria 1068 – 1106 Musical Instruments 1107 – 1118 Cameras and Scientific Instruments 1120 – 1125 Tribal Art and Antiquities 1130 – 1137 Bronzes 1138 – 1179

• Bank Transfers must state the lot number and sale date International Bank Account Number GB64MIDL40191593665127

Branch Identifier Code MIDLGB2104B

• We do not accept American Express or Credit Cards

5. Late payments will occur interest at 2% above HSBC base rate 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.

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Day One

Wednesday 12th February at 10.30am

Ceramics & Glass

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Decorative Ceramics 1 White Star Line - a William Brownfield & Sons bone china saucer, logo to centre, the border in sepia picked out in turquoise, 11cm diam, c1891 £40 - £60

2 A Villeroy & Boch Mettlach cylindrical vase, by Christian Warth, the sides incised and in relief with panels Allegorical of the Seasons, in colours, brown ground, leafy scroll feet, 33.5cm high, impressed mark, shape no.1462 £200 - £400

3 A set of nine Carter Poole Waterbirds square tiles, designed by Harold Stabler, painted in colours, 47cm square Ref: Haywood and Atterbury, Poole Pottery, p.171 £200 - £300

4 A rare Royal Doulton model, Bokos Brock Bull Terrier, designed by Frederick Daws, gloss finish, 22cm long, printed and painted marks, HN1143 £400 - £600

5 A Poole Nursery Rhyme tile, by Dora Batty, Jack and Jill, 15cm square; others, Allegorical of Spring and Autumn, possibly by Joseph Roulants, 15cm square; etc (4) £70 - £100

6 A cylindrical Troika urn shaped vase, designed by Penny Black, decorated with a band of chevrons in mottled, blue, brown and cream, on a smoked mottled ground, 25cm high, painted mark, signed with initials £60 - £100

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7 A Copeland three-handled loving cup, To Commemorate the Silver Jubilee of King George V and Queen Mary, 1910 - 1935, printed with two sepia oval portrait cartouches, Sandringham and Windsor Castle, 15cm high, printed mark, Subscriber’s Copy, No 50, retailed by T Goode & Co Ltd, London £100 - £150

8 A Clarice Cliff Melon pattern octagonal bowl, brightly decorated with fruit and roundels, the interior in orange, 17.5cm wide, printed mark £150 - £200

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12 A Macintyre Burslem Moorcroft Poppy pattern twohandled waisted cylindrical vase, tube lined with yellow and blue flowerheads on tall stems, mottled green handles, 25cm high, signed W Moorcroft in green, c.1903 £500 - £700

13 A Moorcroft Clematis pattern table lamp, tube lined with large flowers and foliage, on a green ground, 20cm high, impressed mark, signed with initials £60 - £100

14 A Moorcroft Clematis pattern vase, tube lined with large flowers and foliage, on a green ground, 19.5cm high, impressed mark, signed with initials £100 - £150

15 A Moorcroft Hibiscus pattern bottle vase, tube lined with large flowers and foliage, on a green ground, 27cm high, impressed mark, signed with initials £100 - £150

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16 A Moorcroft Hibiscus pattern ginger jar and cover, tube lined with large flowers and foliage, on a green ground, 17cm high, impressed mark, signed with initials £80 - £120

9 A Clarice Cliff Bizarre Alton pattern two-section match striker, brightly decorated with distant castle turrets partly hidden by a bushy hillside, colourful flowers and oak leaves in tones of brown, 6.5cm high, printed mark £100 - £150

17 A Moorcroft Hibiscus pattern jardiniere, tube lined with large flowers and foliage, on a green ground, 13cm high, impressed mark, signed with initials £60 - £80

10 A Clarice Cliff Crocus pattern octagonal bowl, brightly decorated with blue, purple and orange flowers, yellow banded interior, 12.5cm diam, printed mark £70 - £100

18 A Moorcroft Hibiscus pattern plate, tube lined with large flowers and foliage, on a green ground, 25.5cm diam, impressed mark, signed with initials £50 - £80

19 A Moorcroft Hibiscus pattern powder jar and cover, tube lined with large flowers and foliage, on a green ground, button finial, 15.5cm diam, impressed mark £80 - £100

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20 A Moorcroft Honeysuckle pattern plate, tube lined with large flowers and foliage, on a green ground, 25.5cm diam, impressed mark, signed with initials £50 - £80

21 A Moorcroft Honeysuckle pattern powder and cover, tube lined with large flowers and foliage, on a green ground,12.5cm diam, impressed mark £60 - £80 22 A Moorcroft Poppy pattern circular charger, tube lined with large flowers and foliage, on a green ground, 31cm diam, impressed mark £50 - £80

23 A Moorcroft Anemone pattern vase, tube lined with flowers and leaves, in tones of red, green and blue on a mottled blue ground, 15cm high, impressed mark, signed with initials £200 - £300 24 A Moorcroft Poppy pattern dish, tube lined with large flowerheads and foliage, on a cobalt blue ground, 16cm diam, impressed mark, signed with initials £200 - £300

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Porcelain

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25 A Moorcroft Wisteria pattern ovoid vase, tube lined with flowers and foliage, in tones of red, purple and green on a cobalt blue ground, 12cm high, impressed mark, signed with initials in green £150 - £250

26 A pair of large Moorcroft Celadon Pomegranate pattern flared cylindrical vases, tube lined with full and sliced pomegranates, berries and foliage on a mottled pale jade green ground, 42.5cm high, signature in green, dated 1912 £1,500 - £2,000

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30 An English porcelain two-handled pedestal ovoid vases, well painted with bouquet of colourful summer flowers, the shoulders with continuous band of flowers and foliage, gilt twisted handles, everted neck, 24.5cm high, 19th century £200 - £300 31 An English Porcelain rectangular plaque, painted with Trentham Hall,. 14cm x 28cm, signed with initials A.L., framed £80 - £120

32 An English Porcelain rectangular plaque, painted with Little Moreton Hall, 14cm x 28cm, signed with initials A.L., framed Little Moreton Hall, also known as Old Moreton Hall, is a moated half-timbered manor house 4 miles southwest of Congleton in Cheshire, England £80 - £120 33 An English Porcelain pedestal ovoid vase, with gilt cartouche containing colourful summer flowers, the blue ground with gilt vine swags, gilt everted rim, base and serpentine handles, 27.5cm high, 3/447, c.1880 £150 - £200

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27 A Bourne Denby Danesby Marmaduke rabbit, glazed in green, 27cm high, printed mark, size 4, c.1930 £80 - £120 For more images please visit

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34 An English Porcelain coffee cup, enamelled in polychrome with cockerel and peony, c.1770; a model, of a song bird, in yellow, black and peach, 7cm high, 18th century £100 - £150

39 A Spode Copelands China tapering cylindrical jardiniere, painted with three leafy gilt cartouches each containing colourful fanciful birds, joined by gilt leafy swags on an apple green ground above flower sprays, the interior conforming, 23cm high, printed mark, early 20th century £400 - £600

35 A Victorian Staffordshire dinner service, in the Coalport manner, decorated with colourful floral sprigs, the ground moulded with C-scrolls and foliage,banded in blue, oversize bud finials, comprising three vegetable dishes and covers, sauce tureen, cover and stand, four graduated serving dishes, twelve soup dishes, twenty-six 25.5cm dinner plates fifteen 23.5cm diam side plates, c.1840 £200 - £300

40 A Spode circular rouge pot and cover, decorated with raised enamel flowers and gilt foliage on a cobalt blue ground, 6cm diam, painted mark, pattern 3420 £100 - £150

41 A pair of Minton circular wall plates, painted by J.Woby, signed, Windsor Castle and Caernarvon Castle, tooled gilt borders, banded in apple green, 33.5cm wide, printed marks £100 - £150

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36 A Spode pot pourri base, the globular bowl supported on three gilt dolphins, triangular base, finely painted in coloured enamels with flowers and leaves, on a blue and gilt scale ground, 12.5cm high, painted mark, pattern 1166 £300 - £400

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42 A Minton oval plaque, attributed to Boullemier, painted with Victorian child, in sailors dress, standing before rocks on a beach, 10.5cm high, impressed mark, c.1870 £120 - £180

37 A Spode part service, pattern 2864, decorated with brightly enamelled Oriental flowers within gilt and red scrolling borders, comprising six shaped circular plates, two shaped rectangualr baskets, two shell shaped dishes, two shaped oval dishes and an oval dish, printed mark and painted pattern number, c.1820 £80 - £120

43 A Newhall helmet shaped cream jug, painted with basket of summer flowers, undulating dotted border, 11cm high, c.1800; a similar coffee cup, saucer and side dish; another, pattern 241; etc £70 - £100 44 A pair of Copeland and Garrett cylindrical spill vases, painted with colourful summer flowers on a yellow ground, gilt banded borders, 9.5cm high, printed mark, pattern no.4715; a pair of Minton cylindrical spill vases, banded with roses within gilt Greek key borders, 11.5cm high, impressed marks, c.1870 (2) £120 - £180

38 A Spode miniature octagonal wash jug and bowl, painted in green and picked out in gilt with leaves and foliage, the bowl 5.5cm wide, painted mark £100 - £150

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47 A Coalbrookdale type porcelain cartouche shaped mantel clock, 8cm enamel dial inscribed with Roman numerals, twin winding holes, eight-day French movement striking on a bell, the case encrusted and painted with flowers, picked out in gilt, scroll feet, 39cm high, c.1835 £100 - £150

48 A Caughley Dartboard pattern tea bowl and saucer, the centre with divided roundel in colours, within wavy husk border with stylised flowerheads, in tones of pink and purple, c.1780 £120 - £180

49 A Lowestoft teabowl and saucer, painted in underglaze blue, iron red and gilt, in ‘Redgrave’ style, with birds in landscape, within flower panelled iron red scroll borders, c.1780 £220 - £280

Pinxton

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45 A Longton Hall figure of Winter, typically modelled as an old man rubbing his hands over a brazier, 12cm high, c.1753 £150 - £200

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50 A Pinxton teacup, coffee can and saucer, pattern no. 312, decorated in red and gilt with bands of scrolling lilies, the saucer 14.5cm diam, c.1800 £120 - £180 51 A Pinxton Bute shaped tea cup and saucer, pattern no.13, painted with cornflower sprays, blue line borders, c.1800 £80 - £120 52 A Pinxton coffee can, pattern no.1, decorated with deep band of gilt seaweed, c.1796 £70 - £100 53 A Pinxton Bute shape teacup and saucer, pattern no.1, with Chantilly sprigs, iron red line border, c.1800 £80 - £120 54 Rev Wilmot Service - a Pinxton fluted Bute teacup and saucer, decorated with gilt star, gilt line borders, the saucer 14.5cm diam, c.1802

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See: N D Gent,The Patterns and Shapes of the Pinxton China Factory 1796 - 1813, p.86 £100 - £150

46 A Copeland two-handled pedestal jardiniere, painted by Charles F. Hurten, signed, with continuous band of summer flowers, gilt scroll handles, 20cm high, printed mark See Vega Wilkinson, Spode-Copeland-Spode (2002) p.120, colour plate pl.87 for similar vase £300 - £400 For more images please visit

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55 A Pinxton fluted coffee can, Bute teacup and saucer, pattern no. 314, decorated with cornflower sprigs, below gilt swags and band of alternating roundels and diamonds, gilt line borders, the saucer 14.5cm diam, c.1800

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57 A Pinxton Bute shape teacup and saucer, pattern no. 367, enamelled and gilt with oval paterae, divided by rectangular panels with crossed ‘seaweed, on a mottled orange border, the saucer 14cm diam, c1800 Collectors Label for Sir Leslie Joseph £250 - £350

See: N D Gent,The Patterns and Shapes of the Pinxton China Factory 1796 - 1813, p.69 £200 - £300

56 A Pinxton fluted coffee can, pattern no. 314, decorated with cornflower sprigs, below gilt swags and band of alternating roundels and diamonds, gilt line borders, c.1800 £80 - £120

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58 A Pinxton spirally fluted teacup and saucer, pattern no. 10, central foliate sprig and line borders in iron red, c.1800 £70 - £100

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Chelsea

59 A Pinxton coffee can, pattern no. 218, painted in polychrome with landscape with two church spires, gilt line borders, c.1800 £80 - £120

60 A Pinxton fluted coffee cup, pattern no. 1, painted in iron-red, blue, pink and green with scattered floral sprigs, c.1796 See C. Barry Sheppard, Pinxton Porcelain 1795-1813 (1996), p.95, ill. 100 for a similar tea bowl and saucer £70 - £100

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70 A Chelsea fluted tea bowl, painted with flowers and an insect, iron red rim, c.1755 £350 - £450

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61 A Pinxton crinkly top boat shape teapot, pattern 13, decorated with scattered gilt Chantilly sprigs and blue flowers, blue line rims, 14.5cm high, c.1800 £100 - £150 62 A Pinxton part tea and coffee service, pattern 218, comprising four Bute shaped tea cups, coffee cans and saucers, each in sepia with landscapes, gilt line borders, c.1800 £300 - £500

Bow

65 A Bow circular plate, enamelled in colours with two Oriental ladies watching a child playing with his dog, the borderwith figures, stands and precious objects, 23cm diam, c.1765 £180 - £220 66 A Bow figure, Allegorical of Autumn, as a cherub with vine chaplet, seated on a vine mound, scroll base, c.1760 £60 - £100

67 A Bow figure, of a cherub holding a dog wearing a floral garland and chaplet, picked out in flesh tones and colours, 13.5cm high, c.1760; another, similar, holding a basket, 13cm high, c.1760 £120 - £180 68 A Bow figure, of a putto, standing scantily draped wearing a floral chaplet, holding a basket, scroll base, 12.5cm high, c.1780 £70 - £100

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71 A Chelsea figure, of a lady, standing, holding a flower, before bocage, in colours picked out in gilt, scroll base, 22cm high, gold anchor mark, c.1760 £250 - £350 10

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78 A miniature Rockingham teapot, encrusted with colourful flower sprays and gilt scrolls, rustic loop handle, coloured in green, spout conforming, 6cm high, griffin mark in puce, c.1830-42 £100 - £150

72 A Chelsea Hans Sloane botanical shaped circular plate, painted with botanical specimen, butterfly and insects, brown line rim, 21cm diam, red anchor mark, c.1755 £60 - £100

Coalport

79 A Coalport John Rose ogee shaped yellow ground chocolate cup and saucer, banded with urns and flowers in neo-classical style, c.1795 £100 - £150

80 A Coalport boat shaped two-handled jardiniere, painted with shield shaped cartouche landscape to front and colourful summer flowers to verso on an apple green ground, four spur feet, divided loop handles, £200 - £300 81 A pair of Coalport Named View pedestal ovoid vases and covers, painted with St Paul’s Cathedral and Castle of Hey, within raised gilt foliate cartouches, on cobalt blue grounds, gilt ram’s head handles, 25cm high, printed marks £80 - £120

Worcester

83 A late 18th century Worcester Bird in the Ring pattern saucer, painted in underglaze blue with bird on a perch, by a table, 12cm diam, crescent mark, c.1770; a blue and white tea bowl, decorated in underglaze blue with hut, c.1770 (2) £200 - £400

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75 A late 19th century German violin, two-piece back, paper label inscribed Neuner, Mittenwald, dated 1885, purfling to front and back, back length 37cm, bow ensuite, cased £200 - £300

Rockingham

76 A Rockingham flared cylindrical vase, painted with colourful summer flowers within a gilt cartouche, on an apple green ground, 8.5cm high, Griffin mark in red £80 - £120

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84 A Royal Worcester baluster vase, painted with a peacock perched on a pine branch, gilt line borders, 10.5cm high, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1910, shape no.2491 £100 - £150

77 A Rockingham miniature pot pourri teapot, encrusted with colourful flower sprays and gilt scrolls, loop handle, 4cm high, high, griffin mark in puce, c.1830-42 £70 - £100 For more images please visit

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85 A Worcester The Milkmaid pattern coffee cup and saucer, after Robert Hancock, monogrammed R.H., Worcester, printed in monochrome, black line borders, c.1770 £300 - £400

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86 A Worcester strap fluted coffee can, C loop handle, painted in polychrome with scattered sprigs, 5cm high, c. 1753 £300 - £400

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87 A Worcester shaped circular dish, the field painted with colourful summer bouquet, within a gilt cartouche the rim with wet blue ground, gilt dentil border, 19cm diam, crescent mark, c.1770 £120 - £180

90 A mid 19th century burr walnut mercury stick barometer, with ivory scale, inscribed Donald, Newcastle on Tyne, mercury thermometer, arched case, turned reservoir cover, 93.5cm high, c.1840 £200 - £300

88 A Worcester ribbed teacup and saucer, scroll handle, the cobalt blue with hanging stylised faces and foliage, crescent mark, c.1770 £120 - £180

91 A Worcester blue and white feather-moulded saucer, painted with scattered sprays of flowers, 11.5cm diam, crescent mark, c.1770; a Worcester blue and white Butterboat Mansfield pattern moulded butterboat, the exterior moulded with three layers of leaves, 8.5cm wide, workman`s mark, c.1758-60 ; a Liverpool Fence pattern saucer, 12.5cm diam, c.1770 £100 - £150

89 A Worcester leaf-shaped dish, painted in the atelier of James Giles with fruit, flowers and foliage, moulded in relief with overlapping leaves, stalk handle, 23cm wide, c.1770 £120 - £180

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94 A Grainger and Co Worcester agate ware vase and cover, of Regency shape, the ovoid vase, domed cover, supported on three mask and scroll supports, triform base, 18cm high, printed mark, early 20th century £120 - £180 95 A Grainger and Co Worcester ovoid vase and cover, well painted with colourful summer flowers within jewelled oval cartouche, cobalt blue ground, domed cover, supported on three dolphin supports, triform base, 18.5cm high, printed mark, early 20th century £150 - £250

96 A Graingers Worcester moon flask, in relief with large sycamore leaves, coloured in mottled green, gilt veins, on an ivory ground, beaded gilt borders, scroll handles and feet, 20cm high, late 19th century £120 - £180

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92 A Worcester quatrelobed, oval dessert tureen, cover and stand, gilded scallop shell handles, artichoke finial, painted in green monochrome with formal flower sprigs, the rims edged with narrow green, purple and gold lines, the stand 24cm, c.1775

97 A pair of Grainger & Co Worcester two-handled ovoid vases and covers, probably painted by John Stinton, with mallards in flight, knop finials, moulded with acanthus and strapwork and picked out in gilt on a blush ground, shape no.960G, 21cm high, green printed marks, c.1895 £500 - £700

Provenance:The Zorensky Collection of Worcester Porcelain Part III, Bonhams, London 22nd Feb 2006 £300 - £400 93 A Barr, Flight Barr Worcester circular plates, painted to centre with crest, within gilt scroll cartouche, banded bloom border, gilt dentil rim, 20.5cm diam, impressed and printed mark, c.1810 £150 - £250

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104 98 A Royal Worcester tusk shaped ewer, painted in the manner of Edward Raby with colourful flowers, ‘antler’ handle, picked out in gilt on a blush ground, shape no. 1116, puce printed mark, date code for 1897 £120 - £180

100 A Royal Worcester slender ovoid vase, painted by Roberts, signed, with ripe peaches, cherries, raspberry and blossom on a mossy bank, gilt borders, shape no.2491, 14cm high, black printed mark £150 - £250

101 A Royal Worcester slender ovoid vase, painted by P Stanley, signed, with ripe peaches, cherries, raspberry and blossom on a mossy bank, gilt borders, shape no.2491, 14cm high, black printed mark £150 - £250

102 A Royal Worcester slender ovoid vase, painted by P Stanley, signed, with apples, blackberries and blossom on a mossy bank, gilt borders, shape no.2491, 14cm high, black printed mark £150 - £250

103 A Royal Worcester shaped rectangular dressing table dish, painted by Roberts, signed, with ripe peaches and blackberries on a mossy bank, gilt line to rim, 11.5cm wide, black printed marks £80 - £120

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99 A Royal Worcester teacup and saucer, painted by R Price, signed, with ripe fruit on a mossy bank, gadrooned border, printed crown and circle mark in black £70 - £100

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105 110 A Royal Worcester pot pourri and cover, the reticulated ovoid pot and cover on wings of a bird of prey, gilded blush ground, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1906, shape no.G11 £150 - £200

105 Ladies Bijouterie - ten various hat pins; a pair of ivory glove stretchers; a 9ct gold bar brooch; another; a 15ct gold cross, chased with scrolling foliage; a silver stamp case, Birmingham 1914; button hooks; etc £120 - £180

111 A Royal Worcester pedestal ovoid ewer, high scroll handle, mask terminal, printed and painted with daisies and foliage, on a blush ivory ground, gilt neck, handle, pedestal and base, 27.5cm high, printed and crown and circle mark, shape no.1144 £120 - £180

106 A Royal Worcester shaped oval dish, painted by E Barker, signed, with a finch perched on a branch, gilt rim, 28cm wide, printed mark £100 - £150

107 A Royal Worcester shaped circular comport, painted by Freeman, signed, with ripe fruit on a mossy bank, gilt gadrooned border, spreading foot, 24cm diam, printed mark £500 - £600

112 A Royal Worcester ovoid vase and cover, painted by M E Eaton, signed, with roses on a blush ground, gilt acorn finial, girdle, rim and foot, printed crown and circle mark in green, date code for 1906 £200 - £300

108 A Royal Worcester shaped circular comport, painted by Freeman, signed, with ripe fruit on a mossy bank, gilt gadrooned border, spreading foot, 24cm diam, printed mark £500 - £700

113 A Royal Worcester ovoid pot pourri vase and cover, painted by Freeman, signed, with ripe fruit on a mossy bank, the reticulated outer cover with pointed bud finial, moulded with bands of basket weave and picked out in burnished gilt, 25.5cm high, shape no. 1286, printed mark £1,500 - £2,000

109 A Royal Worcester scent bottle and stopper, painted by Hopewell, with robin and ivy, the verso with mistletoe, on a yellow ground, 13cm high, printed crown and circle mark, globular stopper, 12.5cm high, crown and circle mark, date code for 1876 £70 - £90

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114 A Royal Worcester ovoid bottle vase, decorated with colourful summer flowers, the tall flared neck moulded with acanthus, picked out in gilt on a blush ground, shape 1661, 24cm high, date code for 1901 £80 - £120

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117 A Royal Worcester lobed teacup and saucer, painted probably by W Powell, with Wren and Mistle Thrush, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1907; a similar pistol hafted knife, painted with finch, silver ferrule (2) £120 - £180

118 A Royal Worcester leaf bowl, in relief with stiff leaves, pierced rim, picked out in gilt 22.5cm diam, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1925 £60 - £100

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115 A Royal Worcester oval dish, painted by G Cole, signed, with ripe peaches and berries, green border, gilt rim, 26.5cm wide, printed mark, date code for 1909 £100 - £150

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116 A Royal Worcester ogee shaped teacup, saucer and side plate, painted by Phillips, signed, with summer flowers within fan and vase shaped reserves, on a scale blue ground, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1908, retailed by T G Goode £100 - £150 For more images please visit

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119 A Royal Worcester globular tea kettle and cover, printed and painted with floral sprigs on a blush ivory ground, domed cover, gilt spout and reeded handle, 22.5cm high, printed crown and circle mark £100 - £150

124 A Royal Worcester compressed globular vase, painted by James Stinton, signed, with a cock pheasant, tall flared fluted neck moulded with acanthus, picked out in gilt on a blush ground, shape number 799G, 12.5cm high, green printed mark, date code for 1904 £300 - £400

120 A pair of late 19th century French bronze table candlesticks, leafy sconces and nozzles, spreading hexagonal columns, triform bases, grotesque beast and hairy foot feet, 25cm high, c.1870 £150 - £200

125 A Royal Worcester cabinet cup and saucer, painted by W**Hale and T Lockyer, with ripe fruit and blackberries on a mossy bank, gilt line border, printed mark, date code for 1924 £180 - £220

121 A Royal Worcester flat back ovoid jug, decorated with flowers, picked out in gilt on a blush ground, shape no. 1094, puce printed mark, date code for 1901 £80 - £120 122 A Royal Worcester flat back ovoid jug, decorated with flowers, picked out in gilt on a blush ground, shape no. 1094, puce printed mark, date code for 1891 £70 - £100

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126 A Royal Worcester bowl, painted by Rickets, signed, with ripe apples, cherry and plums on a mossy bank, the exterior gilded, Rd. No. 651998, crown and circle mark in puce, c.1921 £250 - £350 128 A pair of Worcester shell shaped dishes, painted with central spray surrounded by scattered sprigs, blue and gilt border, 20cm diam, crescent mark, c.1770 £250 - £350

129 A pair of Worcester shaped circular plates, painted with central spray surrounded by scattered sprigs, blue and gilt border, 21cm diam, crescent mark, c.1770 £150 - £200

130 A pair of Worcester Pine Cone pattern shaped circular plates, printed in underglaze blue with pine cones, peonies and pomegranate, scroll and diaper border, 17.5cm, crescent mark, c.1770 £120 - £180

131 A pair of Royal Worcester squat ewers, moulded dragon handles, decorated in autumnal tones with flowers and stiff leaves, picked out in gilt on a blush ground, shape no. 1048, 10.5cm high, puce printed mark, c.1885 £180 - £220

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123 A Royal Worcester figure, of a classical lady seated, wearing flowing robes playing a lyre, a laurel chaplet in her hair, the iridescent glaze lightly picked out in flesh tones and gilt, 22cm high, impressed crown and circle mark, c.1890 £120 - £180 For more images please visit

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135 The Medallic History of South Africa Medallion Set, sixty sterling silver coins, plated in 24ct gold, approx 74oz, mahogany case; a set of sixteen R.S.A. sterling silver 1974/5 Definitive Stamp Replica set, issued by the Africana Commemorative mint, approx 17.5oz £820 - £880

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132 A pair of Royal Worcester quatrelobed goblet shaped vases, painted by James Stinton, signed, with a cock pheasant in a misty landscape, another bird in flight, the blush ivory stems and borders neoclassically moulded with flowers, acanthus leaves and swags, picked out in gold, 21.5cm high, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1902, shape no. G1047 £700 - £1,000

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133 A pair of Royal Worcester Middle Eastern Water Carriers, modelled by Hadley, signed, both standing bare footed, he pouring from a leather vessel, she with baluster ewer, 42cm high, printed and impressed mark, c.1884 £300 - £400

136 A Royal Worcester two-handled pedestal ovoid vase and cover, painted by Albert Shuck, signed, painted with storks, gilded leaves in desert landscape, angular scroll handles, masks terminals, domed cover, the base with stiff leaves, spreading circular foot, square pedestal, 21cm high, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1912 £600 - £1,000

137 A Royal Worcester two-handled compressed ovoid vase, the broad handles applied with frogs and bull rushes, printed and painted in coloured, on an ivory ground, picked out in gilt, 24cm wide, printed and impressed crown and circle mark, shape no.711 £100 - £150 138 A Royal Worcester two-handled bottle vase, long flared neck, moulded S-scroll dolphin handles, printed and painted with spring flowers, on a blush ivory ground, fluted base, 29.5cm high, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1892, shape no.1445 £120 - £180

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139 A Royal Worcester two-handled boat shaped jardiniere, painted by J Bowman, signed, with ripe fruit and leaves on a mossy bank, gitl winged griffin handles, leafy scroll feet, 39cm long, printed crown and circle mark in black £600 - £800 140 A Royal Worcester two-handled pedestal ovoid vase, decorated in relief in gilt with swans and reeds, the neck and shoulders with swags, flowers and foliage, angular lion handles, tall fluted neck, domed cover, stiff leaves to base, bud finial, 35cm high, crown and circle mark, shape no.1399 £800 - £1,200 141 A pair of Royal Worcester shaped circular cabinet plates, painted by Harry Chair, signed, with cabbage roses, green border with gadrooned rim picked out in gilt, 22cm diam, printed marks, date codes for 1904 and 1905 £150 - £250

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142 A pair of Royal Worcester vases, painted by Jas Stinton, signed with pheasants, in heather, wavy rims, 8.5cm high, printed crown and circle mark in black, shape no. G 957 £400 - £500

152 A Derby horned ram, standing, rust coat markings, shaped green base applied with leaves, 7cm wide, c.1770 £250 - £350

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153 A Derby shaped circular plate, the field painted by William Billingsley with a bouquet of colourful summer flowers, the fluted rim with gilt tendrils and peach band, 23cm diam, crown, crossed batons and D mark in puce, no.251 but actually 151, c.1780 £200 - £300

154 A Derby shaped circular plate, painted probably by Thomas Jockey Hill, with figures and a dog in a mountainous wooded landscape, banded blue border with gilt oval paterae alternating with stars and white enamel dots, 25cm diam, crown, crossed batons and S mark, no.262, sepia script title Dun Ran in the County of Wicklow Ireland, c.1790 £100 - £150

155 A cabinet cup, painted with canted rectangular cartouche with Kedleston Park, the salmon ground with gilt roundels overall, ring loop handle, c.1815 £60 - £100

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150 A Derby square canted box and cover, with reeded loop leafy handle, painted in famille rose palette with sprays of flowers and leaves and scattered flowers, brown line borders, 9cm high c.1765-70 £300 - £400

151 A pair of fluted Derby coffee cup, decorated with in polychrome with floral swags, gilt dentil border, crown, crossed batons and D mark in puce, c.1790 £70 - £100 For more images please visit

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156 A Derby porcelain rectangular plaque, painted by Henry Peley, with peacocks seated on a balustrade, 15.5cm x 21cm, framed £200 - £300

158 A Derby coffee can, decorated in blue, green and gilt with scrolling foliage, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, c.1800; others, Derby, Newhall, Spode, various patterns, all early 19th century (12) £100 - £150 159 A Derby ice pail and cover, decorated with chantilly sprigs, the deep lid with acorn finial supported by lotus leaves, the pail with angular handles terminating in leaves, 27.5cm high overall, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, c.1800 £100 - £150

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161 A pair of Derby campana shaped vases, painted with colourful summer flowers, within canted rectangular gilt cartouches, the cobalt blue grounds in gilt with Regency scrolls, serpent handles, 16.5cm high, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, c.1800 £100 - £150

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162 A Derby flared cylindrical vase and two handled stand, decorated with band of yellow and pink roses, gilt star ground, cobalt blue borders applied in gilt, 16cm high, crown crossed batons and D mark in puce, c.1790 £250 - £350

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160 World War I and II - Kedleston Hall Sale- a leather British Officer’s Saddle (1915 - 1917); a pair of No.2 MKII army issue binoculars, canvas case; a camouflage jacket; a World War II helmet, the canvas chin strap inscribed in biro, Curzon; a brass military duty/bed plate, embossed with Regimental badge above Sherwood Foresters (5)

163 A Derby figural candlesticks, Gentleman Musician, the gallant seated playing bagpipes wearing a soft hat with feathers, floral tunic and breeches, a dog at his side, before bocage, pierced scroll bases, 23cm high, c.1770 £120 - £180

164 A Derby Patch Mark figure, Mars, he stands before bocage, wearing a helmet, tunic and cape, holding a sword a chicken at his side, pierced scroll base, 21cm high, c.1770 £100 - £150

Provenance: Neales Lot 384 Kedleston Hall Auction, March 13 2002 £100 - £150

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176, 168, 167, 164, 169, 172 & 163 167 A Derby figure, before bocage, she stands wearing a broad brimmed hat, in a simple clothes, holding a bundled handkerchief and jug, high scroll base, 28cm high, c.1770 £150 - £250

168 A Derby Patch Mark figure, Allegorical of the Season, Spring, seated scantily draped, wearing a floral chaplet, holding a basket of flowers on his knee and posy in his right hand, 18cm high, c.1770 £120 - £180

169 A Derby figure, Diana with Hunting Dog, she stands with a crescentric ornament in her hair, wearing flowing robes gathered at the waist by a sash and sandals, before ruined column, a bow in her right hand a leashed hound in her left, canted square base, 25.5cm high, c.1770, no.65 £100 - £150 170 A Derby Patch Mark figure, of a shepherdess/ Columbine, a posy in her upraised left hand and wearing a yellow bonnet, pink bodice and turquoise flowered turquoise skirt, a lamb at her feet, scroll base, scroll handle, 15cm high, c1760 £120 - £180

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165 A pair of Derby Patch Mark figural candlesticks, Gallant and Companion, he stands in fanciful dress holding floral posy, she with flowers in her apron, both holding floral encrusted candle sconces, pierced rococo bases, 25cm high, c.1770 £400 - £500

171 A Derby figure, of a girl, holding a ball, a tie in her hair, wearing an apron and floral skirt, moulded base applied with flowerheads and leaves, 20cm high, c.1770 £120 - £180

166 A Derby Patch Mark figure, Milton, he stands bareheaded wearing traditional Puritan dress, removing his flowing tunic, leaning upon three books on a circular plinth moulded in relief with scenes depicting the expulsion of Adam from the Garden of Eden, picked out in gilt and pink, 28.5cm high, c.1770 £150 - £250 For more images please visit

172 A Derby figure, The Hairdresser, she seated holding a mirror, he fixing her hair, in colours, 16.5cm high, c.1800 £150 - £200

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175 A pair of Dresden figures, of a gallant and companion, both in 18th century dress, in colours and gilt, scroll base, 14.5cm high, early 20th century £50 - £80

173 A pair of Derby figures, Sailor and his Lass, the sailor in tricorn hat, waistcoat, jacket and knickerbockers, standing, his companion with broad brimmed hat, blouse, apron and skirt, beckoning the sailor, scrolled and fenestrated bases, before low bocage, 23cm high, crossed swords, No.316

176 A Derby Patch Mark figural candlestick,The Musician, the gallant sits, wearing a soft hat with feathers, tunic and breeches, playing bagpipes, before bocage with candle sconces, scroll and fenestrated bases, 23cm high, c.1770 £120 - £180

These models are believed to represent Henry Woodward and Nancy Dawson in character roles, possibly connected to Gray’s ballad, The Farewell of Sweet William to Black Eyed Susan £300 - £400

177 A pair of Derby Patch Mark figures, as cherubs, wearing floral chaplets, holding baskets of flowers, shaped circular bases, 10.5cm high, c.1770 £80 - £120

174 A Derby Patch Mark figural candlestick, of a gallant, he stands wearing a broad brimmed hat, striped waistcoat and yellow breeches, before a candle sconce, scroll base, 25cm high, c.1770 £70 - £100

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178 A Derby Patch Mark figure, of a cherub, wearing a floral chaplet, holding a basket of flowers, shaped circular base, 10.5cm high, c.1770 £50 - £80

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179 A large pair of Bloor Derby Named View twohandled campana shaped vases, View in Switzerland and View in Tyrol, within a gilt canted rectangular cartouches, cobalt blue grounds, applied with acanthus and anthemion scrolls, 32cm high, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, c.1800 £1,000 - £1,500

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180 A Derby oval stand, for six egg cups, painted with scattered pink roses, twisted posted handle, 19cm diam, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, c.1800 (only five egg cups) £60 - £100

182 A pair of Derby Patch Mark figures, Garland Shepherd and Shepherdess, he wearing a broad brimmed hat, jacket and breeches, standing beside a seated hound, his right hand on his hip, the companion shepherdess placing a garland on a ewe, it’s front legs on her knee, in colours, 15.5cm high, c.1770 £150 - £200

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183 A pair of Derby Patch Mark figures, Allegorical of Spring and Summer, both seated wearing chaplets, he on bundles of corn, she with flower posies, elongated floral encrusted scroll bases, 10.5cm high, c.1770 £100 - £150

184 A pair of Derby figures, Musicians, he with a French horn, she with a guitar, both standing in 18th century dress, scroll base, 11.5cm high, incised No.9, c.1770 £60 - £100

185 A Derby figure of a lady, seated, wearing a pink and floral dress a tabby kitten on her lap, sprigged rocky green base, 12.5cm high, incised 51, c1780 £70 - £100

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186 A Derby slightly waisted cylindrical mug, painted in coloured enamels with scattered sprigs, iron red border, 9.5cm high, c.1760; a Sampson Hancock christening mug, painted with a band of roses, inscribed in gilt Edith Emma, 8cm high, S, H, crossed batons and D mark in red £60 - £100 187 A rectangular porcelain plaque, possibly Derby, after Le Paulle, painted by John Haslam, signed, with a portrait of Madame Marie-Louise Michan Davis, wearing a white lace dress and green belt, her hair in ringlets, 11cm x 8cm, contemporary ebonised frame, gilt slip, c.1838 £400 - £600

188 A Derby Mansion House Dwarf, standing, richly attired in 17th century cavalier costume, wearing a broad brimmed hat, with advert for A Sale By Auction of Household Furniture by Mr Thomas Pegg, floral waistcoat, orange sash, 16cm high, inscribed number 227, c.1815; another, he stands wearing a tall pointed hat, fancy shirt, holding a stick, shaped circular base, 16.5cm high, incised no.221, c.1790 The Butcher Collection labels £300 - £400

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189 A Derby Mansion House Dwarf, standing, richly attired in 17th century cavalier costume, wearing a broad brimmed hat, with advert for Auction Assorted Music, floral waistcoat, purple sash, inscribed number 227, c.1815 The Butcher Collection label £150 - £200

191 A Derby ‘Trotter’ pattern shell shaped dish, the centre painted probably by Moses Webster with a bouquet of colourful summer flowers, the border with alternating panels of chrome green and single flowers, gilt border, 24cm wide, crown, crossed baton, dots and D in red The Butcher Collection label £120 - £180

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190 A Chinese Famille Verte bottle vase, painted in the typical palette with three circular reserves each with birds, bamboo and blossoming branches, the ground with lotus flowerheads and scrolls, the neck with stiff leaves, 24.5cm high, six character Kangxi marks but 19th century £200 - £300 For more images please visit

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193 A Derby figure, The Welch Tailor’s Wife, she sits astride a goat with suckling kid, wearing a broad brimmed hat, blouse and skirt, a child in her arms, a basket with two babies on her back, scroll base, picked out in gilt, 14.5cm high, incised N.62 £60 - £100 194 A Derby Named View coffee cup, teacup and saucer, each painted with a scene, Near Verona, Italy, View in Cumberland, View in Lancashire, on a cobalt blue ground applied in gilt with anthemions and acanthus scrolls, painted crown, batons and D mark in red, c.1810 £200 - £300 195 A Derby Named View coffee cup, teacup and saucer, each painted with a scene, Near Middleton, Derbyshire and Near Basle, Switzerland, on a cobalt blue ground applied in gilt with anthemions and acanthus scrolls, painted crown, batons and D mark in red, c.1810 £200 - £300 196 A Derby Named View porter mug, painted with a scene, View on the River Dove, on a cobalt blue ground applied in gilt with anthemions and acanthus scrolls, 11.25cm high, painted crown, batons and D mark in red, c.1810 £100 - £150

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198 A Derby biscuit figure, emblematic of Music, she stands by a fluted column, wearing flowing robes, playing a flute, two cherubs by her side, domed base with foliage and instruments, 23.5cm high, incised crown, crossed batons and D mark, no.217 £250 - £350

197 A Derby Patch Mark panelled baluster vase, encrusted overall with mayflowers, leaves and berries, picked out in green, red and blue, 23cm high, c.177; an 18th century Derby oval basket weave dish, the interior painted with chrysanthemums and other foliage, the exterior in relief with floral roundels, washed in yellow, 19cm wide, c.1770 £60 - £100

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199 A Derby ‘Pale Family’ figural candlestick, of Harlequin, he stands with arms out stretched holding a mask, on a flower-encrusted base, foliate-moulded nozzle, pierced drip-pan, the column encrusted with flowerheads, scroll base, 25 cm high, c.1758

205 A pair of Bloor Derby Named View heart shaped plates, View in Switzerland and View in North Wales, within a gilt heart shaped cartouche, deep cobalt blue border, applied with acanthus and anthemion scrolls, gadrooned rim, 25cm diam, Bloor circular mark, c.1820 £200 - £300

200 A Bloor Derby figure of William Shakespeare, standing by a plinth, arm resting on books, 25cm high, inscribed no. 305, printed crown and Bloor Derby in red, c.1815 £150 - £200

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206 A pair of Bloor Derby Named View two-handled pedestal ovoid vase, painted with a scene, View in Kent and View in Wales on a cobalt blue ground applied in gilt with anthemions and acanthus scrolls, painted crown and circle mark, 23cm high, c.1810 £200 - £300

201 A Bloor Derby Named View two-handled pedestal garniture, painted with View in Derbyshire, Castle Dermort Abbey and View Near Derby each within canted gilt cartouches on a cobalt blue ground with gilt acanthus scrolls, acanthus scroll handles, 30cm high, printed circle mark £800 - £1,200

210 A Sampson Hancock cauldron, painted by Jack Ratcliffe, with bouquet of colourful summer flowers, three spur feet, 6.5cm diam, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in red Ref: Blackwood and Head,The Old Crown Derby Chinaworks p.166 £60 - £100

211 A Sampson Hancock Derby circular plate, painted by Edward Price, signed, Dunstanborgh Castle, Northumberland, within anthemion and foliage, gilt scroll border, picked out in turquoise, 21cm diam, titled to front, S, H, crossed swords and D mark in red, initialled JW for John Winfield the gilder £200 - £300

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202 A Bloor Derby porter mug, well painted with colourful summer flowers in a basket, within a gilt cartouche, the ground with leafy scrolls, 12.5cm high, printed crown and circle mark, c.1820 £120 - £180 203 A Bloor Derby tea service, comprising teapot, sucrier, milk jug, basin, three saucer dishes, six teacups and saucers and five coffee cups, decorated in puce and gilt with bands of leafy scrolls, the teapot 26cm long, circle mark, c.1830 (23) £200 - £300

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212 A Sampson Hancock Derby figural jug, The Snuff Taker, he stands wearing a top hat, blue and orange collared jacket, fancy waistcoat, striped breeches, his hat as the cover, scroll handle, square base, 11.5cm high, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in red £100 - £150

204 A pair of Bloor Derby bottle vases and covers, painted with stylised summer flowers within a gilt cartouche the azure ground applied in gilt with acanthus C-scrolls and flowerheds, 24cm high, crown and D mark, c.1820 £150 - £200 For more images please visit

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213 A Sampson Hancock Derby figure, Falstaff, he stands as a corpulent, bearded knight with long hair, holding an oval shield, wearing a plumed hat, shirt with ruffles, a doublet, breeches and boots, in colours, scroll base, 20cm high, S, H, crossed swords and D mark in puce, two parallel lines mark for Harry Sampson Hancock £80 - £120

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

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

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

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219 A Sampson Hancock Derby heart shaped plate, painted with Perch, amongst fronds, the sides in gilt with four oval cartouches, each with shell on a wrigglework ground, 26.5cm wide, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in puce, crossed P’s, c.1933-1935 £70 - £100

220 A Sampson Hancock Derby lobed oval plate, painted by William Mosley, signed, with colourful roses, bluebells, forget-me-nots, tulip and other foliage, gilt line border, 30cm wide, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in puce, monogram for William Larcombe and Captain Paget, c.19171934 £60 - £100

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217 A Sampson Hancock Derby figure, Shakespeare, stands leaning upon three books with text from the Tempest, on plinth, scroll bases coloured in gilt and turquoise, fluted base, 29cm high, S, H, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red £100 - £150

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221 A Sampson Hancock Derby model, of a hound, seated, its teeth bared, naturalistically coloured, gilt lined oval base, 14.5cm high, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in blue, c.1880 Illustrated: Blackwood (R) and C Head, Old Crown Derby China Works The King Street Factory 18491935, 2003, p276 £100 - £150

222 A Sampson Hancock Derby model, of a hound, seated, its teeth bared, naturalistically coloured, gilt lined oval base, 14.5cm high, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in blue, c.1880 Illustrated: Blackwood (R) and C Head, Old Crown Derby China Works The King Street Factory 18491935, 2003, p276 £100 - £150

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218 A Sampson Hancock Derby figure, The Laughing Philosopher, he stands with his hands on his belly, wearing a striped waistcoat, green jacket and breeches, gilt lined circular base, 11.5cm high, crown, crossed swords and D mark in puce, interlaced P’s, initialled H.W, for H Walker, 1933 - 1935 £70 - £100 For more images please visit

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225 225 A Sampson Hancock Derby Peacock, tail down, perched on a flower encrusted branch, coloured in gilt, blue, red and green, the base in relief with scrolls, 16cm high, S, H, crossed swords and D mark in puce, with parallel lines for Harry Sampson Hancock, 1915 - 1934 £100 - £150

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223 A Sampson Hancock Derby model, of a hound, seated, naturalistically coloured, green rocky base, 18.5cm high, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in blue, c.1880 £100 - £150

226 A Sampson Hancock Derby shaped circular bowl, painted with pink cabbage roses, gadrooned border, 25cm diam, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in red £50 - £70 227 A Sampson Hancock Derby shaped circular plate, painted with garden in summer with fountain, gilt scroll border, gadrooned rim, 22cm diam, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in puce, interlaced P’s, 1933 - 1935 £80 - £120 228 A Sampson Hancock Derby shaped circular plate, painted with garden in summer, gilt scroll border, gadrooned rim, 22cm diam, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in puce, interlaced P’s, c.1933 £80 - £120 229 A Sampson Hancock Derby teacup and saucer, painted with roses and forget-me-nots, gilt line border, S,H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in red; another, similar, Derby, c.1800; a Derby coffee can, similar; others, various patterns, all early 19th century (10) £60 - £100

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224 A Sampson Hancock Derby pastille burner, in the form of a thatched cottage, domed base, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in red £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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230 A Sampson Hancock fox head stirrup cup, black and tan markings, inscribed in gilt,Tally Ho, 15.5cm long, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in puce, crossed P’s mark, decorators initials for Jack Ratcliffe,.1933 - 1935 £300 - £400

233 A Sampson Hancock model, Shih Tzu, begging, coloured in black and grey, 6.5cm high, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in red £60 - £90

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231 A Sampson Hancock hound head stirrup cup, black and tan markings, inscribed in gilt, Tally Ho, 14.5cm long, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in puce £300 - £400

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232 A Sampson Hancock lamb, reclining, oval base, in relief with scrolls, 7.5cm high, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in puce Ref: Blackwood and Head, The Old Crown Derby Chinaworks p.277 £60 - £100

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234 A Sampson Hancock model, Shih Tzu, begging, coloured in tones of brown, 6.5cm high, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in red £60 - £100

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235 A Sampson Hancock novelty candle snuffer, Sarah Gamp, she stands wearing a bonnet, paisley shawl and striped dress, gilt lined circular base, 11cm high, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in blue £70 - £100 236 A Sampson Hancock plaque, painted in the manner of George Jessop with an upturned basket of colourful summer flowers, 10cm diam, framed £100 - £150

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237 A Sampson Hancock silhouette jug, painted by William Mosley, signed, with two portrait cartouches of Frank Smith and Alfred Goodey, within gilt oval cartouches, the ground with colourful swags and tendrils and inscribed in gilt To Good Friendship, 12.5cm high, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in puce, c.1930 For similar jug see Twitchet and Bailey, Royal Crown Derby, page 164 £300 - £400

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238 A Samson Hancock Derby Imari shaped circular side plate, 18cn diam, S, H, crossed swords and D mark in red; a similar cream jug, 6.5cm high; a Royal Crown Derby Imari 2451 pattern miniature mug, 4cm high, printed mark, date code for 1901; a Royal Crown Derby Imari 2451 miniature pot and cover, 4cm diam, printed mark, date code doe 1901 (4) £60 - £90

239 A Samson Hancock miniature two-handle vase, painted with roses, pansies and forget-me-nots, angular handles, 7cm high, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in red; a similar miniature jug, with ribbon tied floral swags, 6cm high, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in red; a pair of Wedgwood fluted cabinet cups and saucers, decorated with scattered roses, gree husk border, printed marks; etc (5) £60 - £100

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245 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern pedestal shaped square Dolphin centrepiece, all gold border, dolphins to angles, quatrefoil base, 24cm wide, printed mark £400 - £600

246 A pair of Royal Crown Derby ovoid vases, painted by W.E.J. Dean, signed, with river landscapes, within a gilt beaded cartouche, on a cobalt blue ground, 13cm high, printed marks, date code for c.1919 £300 - £500 248 A rare Royal Crown Derby figure group, The Bull Fighter and Bull, modelled by Edward Drew, 13cm high, printed marks £200 - £300

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240 A Sampson Hancock parrot, brightly enamelled, perched on a mound, 11.25cm high, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in red, double parallel lines for Harry Sampson Hancock, 1915 - 1934 Illustrated: Blackwood (R) and C Head, Old Crown Derby China Works The King Street Factory 1849-1935, 2003, p275 £120 - £150

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249 A Royal Crown Derby campana shaped vase, painted by Cuthbert Gresley, signed, with roses and colourful summer flowers, within a shaped cartouche, picked out in gilt on a cobalt blue ground, square base, 13.5cm high, printed mark, date code for 1914 £250 - £350

244 A pair of rare Derby Crown Porcelain Manufactory castle letter racks, painted with garden birds amongst branches, to verso with butterflies, moulded with lotus and C-scrolls heightened in gilt, 18cm wide, printed marks, c.1885 £300 - £500

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254 254 A Royal Crown Derby shaped circular cabinet plate, painted by A F Wood, signed, with a spray of roses and colourful summer flowers, the border profusely decorated with leafy scrolls and trellis on a cobalt blue ground, 22cm diam, printed mark £120 - £180 255 A Royal Crown Derby shaped circular plate, painted by William Edward James Dean, signed, with sailing ships on calm waters, azure border, gilt scroll border, 25.5cm diam, printed mark in red, date code for 1937 £50 - £80

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250 A Royal Crown Derby figure, Olga, wearing a long red fur-lined coat and pulling at the lead of a large dog, 17cm high, printed mark in pink £100 - £150

256 A Royal Crown Derby shaped oval dish, painted by Charles Harris, signed, with fanciful birds in a landscape, the border decorated with leafy scrolls in gilt on a cobalt blue ground, 27.5cm wide, printed mark £300 - £400

251 A Royal Crown Derby Mansion House dwarf, standing, wearing a broad brimmed hat, brown fancy shirt, green sash, shaped circular base, 17cm high, printed mark, modern £100 - £200

257 A Royal Crown Derby shaped oval dish, the field painted with colourful spring flowers, cobalt blue border, applied with raised gilt with beaded band, leafy scrolls, 27cm wide, printed mark, date code for 1893; a pair of Derby Crown Porcelain Company comports, printed with daffodils, on a yellow ground, 23cm diam, printed mark, date code for 1891 (3) £60 - £100

252 A Royal Crown Derby ovoid vase, painted by William Edwin James Dean, signed, with a cottage beside a quiet river, within a shaped reserve, decorated in gilt on a cobalt blue ground, 11cm high, printed mark, date code for 1920 £120 - £180 253 A Royal Crown Derby shaped circular cabinet plate, decorated in raised gilt with floral swags and cartouches on an emerald ground, maroon borders, 21cm diam, printed mark, date code for 1896; others (3) £80 - £120

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258 A Royal Crown Derby shaped rectangular pin dish, painted by Cuthbert Gresely, signed, with foxhound, gilt line border, 8cm wide, printed mark in red, date code for 1937 £70 - £100

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259 259 A Royal Crown Derby two-handled boat shaped pedestal vase and cover, painted by Charles Harris, signed, with a fanciful bird, bud finial, moulded and decorated with leafy scrolls on a cobalt blue and green ground, 17cm over handles, printed mark, date code for 1900 £400 - £600 260 A set of six Royal Crown Derby Peacock pattern fluted coffee cups and saucers, printed in underglaze blue with peacocks amongst foliage, picked out in colours, gilt line borders, printed marks, date code for 1937 £70 - £100

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261 An 18th century Wedgwood Jasperware rhomboid shape architectural plaque, sprigged in white after Chaucer with pilgrims at the Tabard Inn, 36cm wide, impressed mark, c.1780

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265 A Davenport Stone China part dinner service, comprising four graduated oval meat plate, four oval side plates, a pair of sauce tureen, cover and stand, vegetable tureen and cover, three open vegetable dishes, thirteen shaped circular dishes, fifteen 24.5cm plates, eleven 21cm plates, each printed and painted in underglaze blue and polychrome enamelled with an exotic bird amidst chinoiserie flowers and foliage, pritned mark, c.1820 £200 - £400

266 A large Adams Jasperware two-handled pedestal ovoid vase, applied in white with neo-classical figures, above stiff leaves, the rim with anthemions, spreading circular base, square plinth, 43cm high, impressed marks £100 - £150

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262 A 19th century Staffordshire cottage money box, with blue tiled roof, the front with three arched windows above two arched doors, flanked by scantily draped figures, picked out in cobalt blue and puce, 16.5cm high, c.1860 £100 - £150

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267 A Mcvitie & Price 1906 Wedgwood Jasperware biscuit barrel and cover, the barrel of baluster form, scrolled double handles, applied in white with a row of eight dancing classical maidens on a green ground, 21cm high, impressed mark £200 - £300

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268 A mid 18th century Dutch Delft facetted inverted baluster shaped vase, painted in blue with a figure in a garden, in Chinese style within a bold flower and scroll cartouche, 24.5cm high; a Delft panelled inverted baluster vase, painted in blue with peacocks and stylised foliage, 25cm high; a Moustiers maiolica shaped circular plate, painted in mustard and green with stylised bird and foliage, 24cm diam, early 18th century (3) £100 - £150

263 A 19th century Yorkshire salt glazed stoneware cottage money box, with tiled roof, the front with porches central door and five windows, picked out in cream slip, the verso with hound in relief, the sides with dancing girl, 21cm high, c.1860 £100 - £150

264 A Continental garniture of five vases, comprising three panelled vases and cover and two panelled flared vases, each in underglaze blue with Oriental figures, within cartouches and fruiting vine, pecking bird finials, 29.5cm high, 29cm high, late 19th century £70 - £100 For more images please visit

269 A mid 19th century ovoid jug, decorated in underglaze blue with Christmas daisies and convolvolus, inscribed Joseph Harvey, brown line rim, 18cm high, c.1860 £50 - £70

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270 A Minton majolica salt, three ring handles, claw feet, circular base, the interior in lilac, the exterior in turquoise, green and mustard, 9.5cm diam, impressed mark, c.1875 £60 - £100

277 An 19th century English creamware sheep, recumbent, 11cm wide, c.1770 £300 - £400

278 An early 19th century Andrew Stevenson Milkmaid with Goats pattern blue and white two-handled tureen, cover and stand, scroll feet, 42cm wide, marked Semi-China Warranted; a 19th century Dixon and Co blue and white globular teapot and cover, printed with putti holding a wreath, 17cm high, c.1860 (2) £60 - £100

271 A pair of 19th century saltglazed stoneware gin flasks, in the form of a lady`s boots, moulded laces, mottled brown glaze, incised John Kinghorn, 17cm high £60 - £100 272 A Prattware tea canister and cover, moulded with Macaroni figures, picked out in blue, green and ochre, 14.5cm high, c.1800; a Wheildon type bowl, in a mottled tortoiseshell glaze, 11cm diam, Tom Walford Collection label (2) £120 - £180

273 A Ralph Wood figure, of a cherub, wearing a floral chaplet, holding a basket of flowers, shaped circular base, 9.5cm high, 19th century £50 - £80

274 A set of six Delft tiles, in manganese, each with circular cartouche containing a stylised building, 12cm square, framed; others, each with a stylised flower; a set of four Delft tiles, in cobalt blue, each with circular cartouche containing a stylised building, 11.5cm square, framed; others, various (23) £100 - £150 275 A Victorian Minton Ironstone Chinoiserie pattern dinner service, printed and painted with song bird perched on a blossoming branch, comprising four graduated meat plates, soup tureen, cover and stand, two serving dishes, fiftyseven dinner plates, twenty-two side plates, twenty-two bowls, three serving dishes, comport, two pickle dishes, two gravy boats on stands, impressed and painted marks, BB New Stone, pattern number A270 £500 - £600 276 A Wheildon type creamware globular teapot and cover, crabstock handle and spout, in mottled tortoiseshell glaze, 12.5cm high, second half of 18th century David Drakard Collection label; an 18th century creamware teapot, moulded with ribbed panels and decorated with green and manganese in the Whieldon palette,. 11.5cm high, early 19th century £120 - £180

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279 An early 19th century pearlware mug, transfer printed in monochrome with figures flanking an heraldic shield with banners,’ We maintain our Rights Inviolate Prosperity attend ye Justness of our cause’ and ‘The Friendly Society of Cordwainers of England’, 12.5cm high, c.1800

Those who worked with the finest leather were called Cordwainers because their material came from Cordoba in Spain. Over a period of time, those who processed the leather formed their own guilds. The shoemakers, however, retained the name of ‘Cordwainer’. The first written proof of the Guild of Cordwainers is a document dated 1272, making the company one of the oldest Liveries in the City. In 1439, during the reign of Henry VI, the Company obtained the Royal Charter.This officially confirmed the operations of the Company and permitted it to own property, including its own hall. £300 - £400

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Continental

280 Tiles - a 19th century Delft square tile, painted with sailing boat, 12.5cm square; others, painted with horses, windmills; others, polychrome (20) £100 - £150

283 A pair of Meissen elongated campana shaped vases, painted with flowers and foliage within l leafy cartouche picked out in gilt, the lobed base conforming, scantily clad cherub handles, 20cm high, crossed swords in underglaze blue £800 - £1,200

281 An 18th century Staffordshire pearlware figure, Venus, standing, in flowing robes, Cupid by her side, in colours, square red line base, 22.5cm high, c.1800; a Staffordshire figures, of a girl with lamb, before bocage, 13.5cm high, mid 19th century £80 - £120

284 A Berlin oval plaque, painted with a man tied to a tree shot by arrows, probably Saint Sebastion, 4.5cm x 3cm; another, circular, after Raphael, the Madonna della Sedia6cm diam; etc (3) £80 - £120

282 An 18th century Neale and Co pearlware figure, Plenty, standing, in flowing robes, holding a cornucopia overflowing with fruit, in colours, square red line base, 28cm high, c.1800; another, smaller, Apollo, standing holding a lyre, square red line base,14.5cm high, c.1800 (2) £80 - £120

285 A Berlin oval plaque, painted with Queen Louise, draped with flowing white robe, 6cm x 5cm £150 - £200

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290 A French Samson Armorial fluted bowl, in the Chinese famille rose manner, enamelled with pseudo crest, scrolls and trellis, 26cm diam, c.1880 £100 - £150

291 A German porcelain oval plaque, painted with a monk, in profile, wearing a habit, 5.5cm x 4.5cm, pierced and carved giltwood frame, c.1860 £100 - £150

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286 A Berlin oval plaque, well painted by G Richler, with Queen Louise, draped with flowing white robe and pink sash, 8.5cm x 6cm, the verso inscribed Konigin Louise Nach G. Richler

Princess Louise was born on March 10, 1776 in Hanover, Germany, the daughter of Prince Charles of MecklenburgStrelitz. Early in 1792, when Louise was 16, her uncle, hoping to strengthen the ties between his family and the Prussian royal family, carefully plotted a meeting between Louise and Crown Prince Frederick William III.The plan worked, and they married. The Prince became King when his father died in 1797 £200 - £300 287 A French coffee cup and saucer, painted with stylised summer flowers and insects within gilt oval cartouche, on a yellow ground, late 19th century £60 - £80

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292 A large French Samson figure, after Derby, of Falstaff, he stands as a corpulent, bearded knight with long hair, holding an oval shield, wearing a plumed hat, shirt with ruffles, a doublet, breeches and boots, in colours, scroll base, 43cm high, pseudo Derby mark £100 - £150

288 A French faience jug, decorated in underglaze blue with French Infantry Officer and leafy scrolls, 13cm high, 19th century; a Meissen oval dish, pierced border, 22cm diam, crossed swords; etc (3) £60 - £100

294 A Ludwigsberg rectangular tea caddy and cover, arched top, painted in polychrome with landscape, basketweave band, bud finial, 12.5cm high, c.1780 £50 - £70

289 A French jardiniere, painted with large colourful summer flowers, supported on three gilt open mouthed dolphins, incurved triangular base, mermaid scroll handles, 22cm wide, late 19th century £80 - £120

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295 A Marcolini Meissen bottle vase and cover, well painted in colours with figures, ruins and cove, within a gilt cartouche, the ground with puce acanthus leaves, domed cover, rose finial, 25cm high, painted crossed swords mark with star, 17741814 £500 - £700 296 A Meissen shaped circular plate, relief-moulded with floral sprays and painted in coloured enamels with deutsche Blumen, 25cm diam, blue crossed swords mark, mid 18th century £60 - £100 297 A Mintons circular botanical plate, painted with Disa Gandaflora, within tooled gilt border, 24cm diam, printed mark, retailed by Phillips, London £100 - £150

298 A Nymphenberg Fabric pattern coffee cup and saucer, picked out in pink, green, early 19th century £70 - £100

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299 A pair of French ormolu mounted porcelain pedestal urnular vases and covers, in the manner of Sevres, decorated with colourful summer flowers within a gilt leafy cartouche on blue grounds, the mount pierced with strapwork, bud finial, leafy scroll handles, mask and divided horn handles, 28cm high, c.1870 £800 - £1,200

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300 A pair of Austrian painted wall plaques, modelled in relief aged lady and gentleman leaning out of shuttered windows, 40cm high, c.1900 £200 - £300 301 A pair of Berlin reticulated baskets, each with four cartouches containing fanciful birds, the centre with floral swags, outlined in gilt, 20cm wide, spetre mark, c.1870 £200 - £300

302 A pair of Continental porcelain miniature busts, in the Meissen manner, head and shoulders of 18th century ladies, turned socle, plinth base, in colours, picked out in gilt, 12cm high, crossed swords; a Continental milk glass can handle, painted in colours with stylised flowers and foliage, 5cm high (3) £80 - £100 303 A pair of gilt metal mounted French porcelain cyindrical mantel vases, decoarted with a galant and his sweetheart, in 18th century dress, signed, within shaped cartouches outlined in gilt with scrolls on a cobalt ground, acanthus scroll handles terminating in grotesque masks, lion paw feet, 19.5cm high, printed Sevres Chateau des Tuileries marks, c.1900 £60 - £100

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304 A Russian biscuit porcelain figure, of a gentleman, in traditional dress, a knife in his hand, a pistol in his belt, 25.5cm high, Gardner factory, red factory mark, impressed 115, late 19th century £1,000 - £1,500 305 A pair of 18th century biscuit figure groups, possibly Tounay, of courting couples, one with posy and dog, the other with flower garland and lamb, 23cm high, c.1790 £300 - £400

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306 A Daum Art Deco blue glass vase, acid atched with raised circles on a textured ground, 37.5cm high, engraved Daum Nancy France with a cross of Lorraine, c.1925 £2,000 - £3,000 307

A 19th century Bohemian glass trumpet vase (faults) £100 - £150

308 A glass commemorative goblet, Coronation 1935, engraved and gilded monogram oak and thistle leaves, the knopped stem with silver sixpence insert, the base engraved The Original Model From Which Only 63 Glasses were Made, Copyright Herbert Goode, 17cm high; a Coronation 1953 thistle shaped vase, 24cm high; a Masonic glass, engraved bucket shaped bowl, 14cm high; a soda glass goblet, 11.5cm high; etc (6) £100 - £150 309 A large ale glass, funnel shaped bowl engraved hops and fruiting vine, 26cm high; an ale glass, engraved with hops and barley ears, 20cm high; a large glass, funnel shaped bowl, cotton twist stem, 20cm high; others (7) £60 - £100 310 A late 18th century dram glass, funnel bowl, solid base, flange foot, 9.5cm high, c.1780; another (2) £80 - £120

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311 A late 18th century pedestal diamond moulded bowl, blue rim, flared folded foot, 8.5cm diam, c.1780 £80 - £90

312 A late 18th century taper stick, facet cut stem, cut basal knop, domed scalloped edge foot, 16cm high, c.1780 £70 - £90

313 A Loetz iridescent glass compressed ovoid vase decorated with oily swags, 13.5cm high, c.1910 £80 - £120

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314 A Mary Gregory green cylindrical jar and cover, enamelled in white with cherub and foliage, ball finial, 22cm high, late 19th century £60 - £80

318 A mid 18th century toasting glass, trumpet shaped bowl, 18.5cm high, c.1750 Ref: Bickerton 18th century English Drinking Glass, p.136 £100 - £150

315 A Mary Gregory green spreading cylindrical jar and cover, enamelled in white with young boy playing to a seated hare, domed cover, ball finial, 22cm high, late 19th century £60 - £80

319 A mid 18th century toasting glass, trumpet shaped bowl, 20cm high, c.1750 Ref: Bickerton 18th century English Drinking Glass, p.136 £100 - £150

316 A Mdina freeform vase, tall mottled pink neck, blue base, 19cm high, signed £50 - £70

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320 A mid 19th century blue glass rolling pin, inscribed in gilt The Soldiers Return, named and dated, 33cm long; others, amethyst, inscribed A Present From Scarboro, 38cm long; white mild glass, in gilt For My Mother and two cartouches containing sailing ships, 35.5cm long; a Nailsea/Rockwardine glass rolling pin, 34cm long, c.1850 (4) £120 - £180

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321 A mid 19th century blue satin glass frilled comport, W.M.F. plated stand, 22cm diam, c.1870; a green iridescent Chestnut pattern bowl, possibly John Walsh Walsh, undulating rim, 9cm high; a Victorian white overlaid pink frilled and crimpled bowl, plated stand, 7.5cm high, spoon ensuite, c.1890; etc £120 - £180

317 A mid 18th century English cordial glass, rounded bucket shaped bowl, double series cotton twist stem, surrounded by welve strands, 15cm high, c.1770 £180 - £220

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326 A pair of 19th century clear glass salts, hobnail cut bands, everted rims, faceted stems, square star cut bases, 8cm diam, 8.5cm high £60 - £100

327 A pair of 19th century glass rinsers, 13cm wide, c.1800; another, slice fluted base, 9cm high, c.1800; a pair of ogee rummer, knopped stem, spreading base, 15cm high; a pair of cut and lobed goblets, facetted stems, 17cm high; etc (9) £60 - £100 328 A pair of 19th century wrythen wine glass, spreading circular bases, 12.5cm high; others, larger, 14cm and 15cm; a pair of flared cylindrical glasses, cotton and red spirally fluted stems, 11cm high; others, various (9) £60 - £100 329 A pair of English wine glasses, bucket shaped bowl engraved with fruiting vine and flowers, knopped stem with spiralled inclusion, shaped circular base, 15.5cm high, c.1780 £60 - £100

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330 A pair of mid Victorian mallet shaped decanters, annulated neck rings, fluted reeded stoppers, 29cm high, c.1850 £50 - £80

322 A mid 19th century facetted sulphide paperweight, of the Duke of Wellington, possibly Baccarat, influenced by Ashley Pellet, 8cm diam, c.1840 - 1850 £120 - £150

331 A pair of Venetian gl ass shaped circular dishes, each having alternating pink, white and aventurine-edged latticino bands, 17.5cm diam; another, yellow and white; etc (4) £60 - £100

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332 A René Lalique Coquilles opalescent and clear glass bowl, the underside moulded with four scallop shells,24cm diam, wheel etched R LALIQUE FRANCE, script etched No.3200 £100 - £200

323 A mid 19th century toasting glass, plain stem, spreading circular bowl, 9cm high, 1850 £50 - £70

324 A mid-18th century trumpet shaped wine glass, drawn stem with tear inclusion, spreading foot, 15.5cm high, c.1755; an ale glass, engraved with ears of barley and initialled EP, spreading circular foot, 12.5cm high, c.1810 (2) £60 - £100

333 A Rowland Ward Nairobi, Kenya pattern green glass bowl, engraved with lion, giraffe, antelope, trees and rocks, 27cm diam, etched mark £60 - £100 334 A set of four amethyst wine glasses, bucket shaped bowls, cylindrical stems, circular bases, 13.5cm high, c.1900 £60 - £100

325 A Monart tapering cylindrical vase, in mottled green and orange, 25cm high £100 - £150 For more images please visit

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335 A set of six Baccarat wine goblets, each in relief with acanthus scrolls, in vertical bands, the bases hobnail cut, 14cm high £100 - £150

342 An 18th century trumpet shaped wine glass, the stem with elongated tear, spreading circular folded foot, 15.5cm high, c.1750; another, smaller, 12.5cm high, c.1770; a mid 18th century toasting/firing glass, thick circular base, 11cm high; etc (4) £60 - £100

336 A set of six hobnail cut tapering cylindrical dessert dishes on stands, of small proportions, bowls 8.5cm diam, he stands 12.5cm diam, c.1900 £80 - £120

337 A set of three 19th century cordial glasses, the bucket shaped bowls basal cut, diamond facet stems, circular bases, 16cm high; a pair of cordial glasses, bucket shaped bowls, star cut, diamond facet stems, spreading circular bases, 13cm high; others (7) £60 - £100

338 A Victorian facetted whisky tumbler, engraved with skull and cross bones and or Glory, the base with two dice, 10.5cm high; a pair of tumblers, the base engraved with hangman, 13cm high; others (5) £60 - £100

339 A Victorian tall green glass dump, bubble inclusions, 24cm high, c.1880 £80 - £120

340 A Victorian vaseline glass jug, possibly by James Powell, loop handle, 12cm high, c.1880; an iridescent flared cylindrical beaker, decorated in polychrome with heron and reeds, solid globular base, 13cm high (2) £70 - £90

341 An 18th century cordial glass, facetted stem, circular base, 15cm high, c.1780; an 18th century rummer, lemon squeezer base, 13cm high, c.1790; a pair of mid 18th century cups, pan tops, scroll handles, 7.5cm high, c.1750 (4) £100 - £150

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343 An early 19th century clear glass mug, scroll handle, engraved with phoenix, 14.5cm high, c.1800 £70 - £90

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344 An early 19th century rummer, bucket shaped bowl, engraved with initials in rectangular cartouche, thistles, roses and ho-ho bird, 14cm high, c.1800 £50 - £80 345 An English wine glass, thistle shaped bowl, air twist stem, 18.5cm high; others, various, 19th century £60 - £100

346 A clear glass wine glass, the bucket shaped bowl engraved with castle and inscribed A Present from Tutbury, facetted stem, 14.5cm high; another, engraved with Tutbury Church, 14cm high; a pair of cordial glasses, the funnel shaped bowl engraved with swags, cylindrical stems, 12cm high; etc (7) £60 - £100 347 A French millefori domed paperweight, blue, green and purple canes, 7cm diam £60 - £100

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350 A French scrambled domed paperweight, in white, red, blue and green, 7.5cm diam, c.1850 £300 - £400

351 A 19th century concentric paperweight, with red, green yello and white canes, 6cm diam, dated 1854 but could be later £100 - £150

Oriental

355 A Cantonese porcelain circular charger, painted in the famille rose palette with the ‘Hundred Boys’ type pattern, 35cm diam, c.1880 £80 - £120 356 A Chinese baluster ginger jar and cover, domed cover, decorated with blossoming prunus, ball finial, 28cm high, four character mark, Kangxi mark £100 - £200

357 A Chinese blue and white Kraak dish, possibly Hatcher Cargo, decorated with a bird on rockwork in a central cartouche, surrounded by alternating panels of precious objects and flowers, 28cm diam, c.1640 Hatcher Collection Hatcher Cargo - called as it was the first of the cargo sales and named after Captain Hatcher and his team of divers, the salvaged wrecked around 1640 £100 - £150

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358 A Chinese blue and white shaped circular plate, painted in underglaze blue with alternating radiating panels, of blossoming prunus trees, 29cmdiam, Kangxi marks but later; a Chinese Blue and White dish, painted with elder and attendants, trellis border, 30cm diam; others, various (4) £100 - £150

348 A Baccarat commemorative beaker, gilded with Palais de Trocadero and Eiffle Tower, for Exposition Universelle 1889, shaped rim, 11cm high, 10.5cm high £70 - £90

349 A French Damon and Delente part dessert set, comprising large flared circular bowl and two covered bowls on stands, each enamelled with yellow and red flowers divided by vertical lines in red and blue, the bowl 21cm diam, marked £60 - £80 For more images please visit

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359 A Chinese bowed hexagonal garden seat, painted with vase shaped cartouches containing figures on horseback and in garden settings, on a yellow ground applied overall with scrolling foliage, within deep blue bands with eight cartouches containing song birds, precious objects and figures, pierced with roundels, studded, 47cm high, 19th century £3,000 - £4,000

364 A Chinese porcelain bowl, painted in polychrome with dragons chasing the flaming pearl, trellis border, 18cm diam, six character mark £60 - £100

365 A Chinese porcelain circular dish, painted in underglaze blue with chrysanthemum and a crane in flight, broad diaper border, 16cm diam, 18th/early 19th century; a Chinese porcelain bowl, painted in underglaze blue with figure, pagoda, fence and prunus in a mountainous landscape, four character Kangxi mark (2) £60 - £100

360 A Chinese circular plate, decorated overall with peony, flowerheads and foliage, 33cm diam, 20th century £200 - £300

366 A Chinese porcelain ovoid bottle vase, painted in underglaze blue with Long Eliza and ladies of the court, 36cm high, four character Kangxi mark, 19th century £60 - £100

361 A Chinese Famille Verte charger, decorated with jardiniere over flowing with flowers and foliage, banded border with trellis, 35cm diam, underglaze blue artemisia leaf within double circle; a Chinese circualr dish, in the Famille Rose palette, 27cm diam (2) £100 - £150

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367 A Chinese porcelain ovoid jar and cover, well painted in underglaze blue with warriors meeting, knop finial, 31 cm high, four character Kangxi mark £300 - £500 368 A Chinese Sang de Boeuf bottle vase, long flared neck, 37cm high; another, shoulder vase, 35cm high (2) £150 - £200

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362 A Chinese Islamic blue and white candlestick, the waisted panelled sconce slightly flaring out from the stem, decorated with stylised leaves, bell-shaped base conforming, 32.5cm high £200 - £300

369 A Chinese snuff bottle, painted with elder and child, the verso with warrior, green stone stopper, 8cm high £70 - £100

363 A Chinese polychrome smiling Buddha, in colours and gilt, seated with five children playing on him, 26cm high, Republic period; another, smaller, 21cm high, 20th century; etc (3) £100 - £150 For more images please visit

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371 A Chinese stoneware model of Jin Chan the Three Legged Toad, with Liu Hai on his back, in tones of green, yellow and orange, the base with waves, weed and fish, 16cm high, late 19th century £60 - £100

372 A Japanese Futagawa ovoid vase, with shaped circular cartouches with young boys playing instruments and with fowl, the iron red ground with blossoming prunus branches and birds in blue, 34cm high, blue mountain mark, c.1880 £100 - £150

373 A Japanese Imari shaped circular charger, the field painted stylised bamboo and chrysanthemums, 37cm diam, Meiji period; another, smaller, 31.5cm diam, Meiji period (2) £100 - £150

374 A Japanese Satsuma miniature teapot and cover, decorated in the typical palette with panels of figures, 5cm high, signed, Meiji period £50 - £70

375 A Japanese Satsuma pot pourri vase and cover, decorated with panels of Geishas in a garden, the cobalt blue ground with gilt scrolls, 18cm high, signed, Meiji period £60 - £100

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376 A Japanese Satsuma tea bowl, the interior painted with fan tailed goldfish amongst fronds, the exterior painted with peonies and chrysanthemums, 7cm diam, character mark, Meiji period £300 - £500

377 A pair of Chinese blue and white inverted baluster vases and covers, painted with the Long Eliza pattern, domed covers, Dog of Fo finials, 22.5cm high, Kangxi four character mark but later £60 - £100

378 A pair of Chinese blue and white ovoid vases, painted in underglaze blue with figures and attendants, 20cm high, six character Kangxi marks but later £150 - £200 379 A pair of Chinese celadon slender ovoid vases, pale crackle glaze, 25cm high (later converted to lamps) Provenance: Purchase label for Harrods with price of £6-15-6 £100 - £150

380 A pair of Chinese cylindrical vases, the necks and shoulders painted in the famille Verte palette with precious objects and bats, above red, black, blue and green stylised characters, 36cm high, Kangxi marks but later £300 - £500

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382 A pair of Chinese glazed biscuit porcelain models, of birds, perched, coloured in tones of green and white, pierced bases, 22cm high £200 - £300

381 A pair of Chinese Famille Rose baluster vases and covers, painted with peonies, fanciful birds, butterflies and insects, domed covers, button finials, pierced hardwood bases, 51cm high, early 19th century £2,000 - £3,000

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383 A pair of Chinese tapering hexagonal vases, decorated with dragons and clouds, on a celadon ground, everted rims, 39.5cm high £120 - £180

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384 A pair of Chinese temple dogs, brightly decorated in tones of turquoise, green, orange and pink, 21cm high £400 - £600

390 Nanking Cargo - a Chinese Batavian bowl and saucer, the interior decorated in underglaze blue with peony, bamboo and rockwork, the exterior with cafe au lait, 8.5cm diam, c.1752; another, saucer, 12cm diam; a Vungtau Cargo tea bowl and saucer; etc (4) £100 - £150

385 An 18th century Chinese porcelain circular bowl, painted with figures of the court, within shaped panels divided by diapers, the interior with a peony, 23cm diam, Quinlong reign, c.1770 £200 - £300

391 Nanking Cargo - a Chinese pouring bowl, offset handle, decorated in underglaze blue with double roofed pagoda on a rocky riverbank, trellis border, 14.5cm diam, c.1750 £60 - £100 392 Nanking Cargo - a set of four Chinese bowls and side plates, decorated in underglaze blue with double roofed pagoda on a rocky riverbank, trellis border, 11.5cm and 17cm diam, c.1750 £100 - £150

393 Ship Wreck Porcelain - a Chinese blue and white shipwreck charger, decorated in underglaze blue with stylised fanciful bird, the sides in panels of stylised flowers and foliage, 37.5cm diam, c.1750’ a smaller dish, with deer, the sides with alternating panels, of stylised flowers and fruit, 20cm diam, c.1750 (2) £70 - £100 394 The Binh Thuan Shipwreck - a Chinese blue and white circular bowl, in underglaze blue with stylised flowers, 19.5cm diam, early 17th century £60 - £100 395 The Binh Thuan Shipwreck - a pair of Chinese blue and white circular plates, in underglaze blue with stork and stylised flowers, 26cm diam, early 17th century £100 - £150

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386 An 18th century Chinese saucer, in the European manner, enamelled in polychrome with Pu Tai in a boat and geisha, crow’s foot border, 12cm diam, c.1770 £60 - £100

396 Hatcher Cargo - a Chinese blue and white kendi ewer, the globular body decorated with alternating panels, of flowersa and precious objects, disc spout, 22cm high, c.1640 The Hatcher Collection label, Christie’s Amsterdam 12 - 13 June 1984 £150 - £200

387 An East Persian Islamic pottery bowl, painted and sgrafitto decorated with bands of scrolls centred by a star shaped motif, glazed in tones of green and black on a yellow ground, 24cm diam, c.10th century A paper label with ink inscription suggests a provenance of the collection of Sir Eldred Hitchock £80 - £120

397 An Oriental lacquered stoneware slender ovoid vase, decorated with birds, flowers and leaves within fan and shaped circular reserves, 21.5cm high, 19th century £60 - £100

388 An oriental blue and white ovoid vase, decorated with peacock and pheasant, within rectangular cartouches, the ground with prunus blossom and leaves, 43.5cm high £70 - £100

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Day One

Wednesday 12th February at 2.30pm

Plated Ware, Silver & Jewellery

Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers


Plated Ware

Silver

400 A 19th century silver plated rectangular chaffing dish, domed hinged cover, acanthus reeded loop handle, the interior with six square dishes, 35cm long over handle £50 - £80

415 A composed set of six early Victorian Fiddle silver pattern tablespoons, Joseph & Albert Savoury, John James Whiting, London 1839, 14oz gross £100 - £150

416 A Continental silver table service, for six, comprising table forks, table knives, dessert forks, dessert knives, and a pair of table spoons, canted hafts, .800 standard, 20th century (32), 29oz weighable silver, the knives and additional 26oz gross £200 - £300

401 A mid 20th century Old English pattern canteen, for twelve, comprising four piece carving set, soup ladle, serving spoon, meat skewer, cheese scoop, two sauce ladles, two knife rests, soup spoons, table forks, knives and spoons, dessert forks and spoons,. tea spoons, serpentine fronted oak cabinet, with hinged cover and two graduated drawers, c.1930 £100 - £150

417 A George II silver baluster half pint mug, flared rim, scroll-capped handle, skirted base, 9cm high, Richard Bayley, London 1739, 5oz £200 - £300

402 A Victorian E.P.B.M flagon, engraved with stags on a textured ground, hinged cover with figural finial cast as a Bacchic infant, mask capped angular scroll handle, skirted base, 23cm high, the design patented by James Stimpson 1854 £40 - £60

418 A George III Fiddle pattern table fork, London 1814; others; teaspoons, various dates and makers (46), 31oz gross £200 - £300

419 A George III provincial silver Fiddle pattern dessert spoon, probably Francis Parsons & Joseph Goss, Exeter, c.1805; another, Josiah Williams & Co, Exeter 1865; others; Hester Bateman; Scottish; etc (7), 8oz £50 - £70

403 A Victorian E.P.N.S and clear glass cylindrical biscuit box and stand, knop finial, engraved and etched with ferns, swags and bands of leafy flowering stems, cartouche shaped feet, 22cm high, c.1875 £60 - £80

420 A George VI silver Queen Anne pattern table service, for six, comprising soup spoons, a soup ladle, fish knives, fish forks, a pair of fish servers, table forks, a pair of table spoons, a pair of gravy spoons, a pair of sauce ladles, dessert spoons, dessert forks, fruit knives, fruit forks, tea spoons, coffee spoons, a pair of sugar bows, a pair of knife rests, a pickle fork and spoon and butter and preserve knives, Daniel & Arter, Birmingham 1939, 98oz weighable silver, the bone handled pieces an additional 42oz gross, ensuite with twelve stainless steel knives and a carving knife, walnut canteen (90) £1,000 - £1,500

404 A Victorian E.P.N.S domed breakfast dish and burner, the retractable cover engraved with ribbon-tied laurel branches, rustic branch stand, 18cm high, Hukin & Heath, c.1875; an E.P.N.S coffee pot, of George II design, 29cm high; a pair of fish servers, cased; another (4) £60 - £100

405 A Victorian electro-type and frosted glass spoon warmer, the nautilus shell bowl, supported on a bull rush cornucopia, drawn by a pair of swans driven by a nude putto across a ferocious sea, 24 cm high, c. 1860 £80 - £120 406 An Aesthetic Movement E.P.N.S cauldron shaped tureen, to a design by Dr Christopher Dresser, ivory knop finial, 26cm over handles, Henry Wilkinson & Co, c.1880 £100 - £150

421 A pair of George III provincial Fiddle pattern teaspoons, Robert Cattle & James Barber, York 1810; a set of six George IV silver Old English pattern teaspoons, William Bateman, London 1822; others; tablespoons, various dates and makers (19), 14oz gross £100 - £150

407 An old Sheffield plate dish ring, typically pierced and chased with flowers and leafy C-scrolls, crested, 19.5cm diam. £100 - £150

422 A pair of George III silver Old English pattern table spoons, Joseph Barnard, London 1799; others; etc, various dates and makers (7) £60 - £100

408 An old Sheffield plate rounded rectangular sauce tureen, branch finial, domed cover, oval loop handles to sides, gadrooned rim and foot, 16cm wide, c.1800 £40 - £60

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423 A pair of Scottish George III Fiddle pattern table spoons, 22cm long, John Heron of Greenock, Edinburgh 1811; an Irish George III Celtic Point pattern table spoon, 25cm long, maker MS, Dublin 1781; another, Peter & William Bateman, London 1808 (4), 9oz gross £60 - £100

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424 A pair of Scottish provincial silver Fiddle pattern sauce ladles, 16cm long, David Greg, Perth c.1830 £200 - £300

433 A set of six Victorian silver Fiddle pattern dessert forks, William Robert Smily, London 1857, 8oz £60 - £80

434 A Victorian silver Old English pattern soup ladle, of heavy gauge, 34.5cm long, Charles Boyton II, London 1884, 8.5oz £70 - £100

425 A pair of Scottish provincial silver Old English pattern sauce ladles, 15.5cm long, John Uquart I, Perth c.1805 £200 - £300

435 An 18th century silver coloured metal two-prong toasting fork, wrythen tortoiseshell handle, 34.5cm long £60 - £80

426 A Queen Anne/George I Britannia standard silver marrow scoop, of typical form, 20.5cm long, John Holland, London 1714 £250 - £350

436 An early Victorian silver Fiddle pattern caddy spoon, 9.5cm long, Charles Boyton, London 1840; a pair of silver sugar bows, London 1823; others (5) £60 - £100

437 An Edward VIII/George VI silver Hanoverian pattern canteen, for twelve, comprising soup spoons, a soup ladle, fish knives, fish forks, a pair of sauce ladles, table spoons, table knives table forks, carving implements, six egg spoons, a mustard spoon, a pair of salt spoons, dessert spoons, dessert knives, dessert forks, and teaspoons, Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1936 & 1937, 176oz gross (the fish eaters 38oz), the oak canteen table with rectangular moulded top above two long graduated drawers flanked by brackets, slender baluster forelegs, rectangular undertier, turned feet, 79.5cm high, 76cm wide £1,200 - £1,800

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445 A 19th century Anglo-Indian coconut cup, carved with deities and lotus, mounted in silver coloured metal, scroll handles, skirted base, 10.5cm high £100 - £150

427 A rare Scottish provincial silver Old English pattern soup ladle, 35cm long, Alexander Stewart, Tain, c.1815 £400 - £600

446 A 19th century French five piece condiment suite, comprising a mustard and four oval salts, each side pierced and embossed with knotted motifs, cartouche shaped feet, the mustard with lotus bud finial and scroll handle, blue glass liners, 11cm high, c.1880 £200 - £300

428 A Russian silver spoon, twisted stem, knop terminal, 19.5cm long, St Petersberg 1899 £50 - £70 429 A set of four Edwardian silver Fiddle pattern dessert spoons, C W Fletcher & Son Ltd, Sheffield 1908; others, similar (6), 9oz gross £60 - £90

447 A 19th century silver coloured metal mounted emerald glass double ended scent and salts bottle, hinged and screw-fitting covers embossed with scrolling foliage, 10.5cm long, apparently unmarked, c.1880; another, blue; an Edwardian blue glass salts bottle, Birmingham 1904 (3) £60 - £80

430 A set of four George V silver Old English pattern dessert spoons, John Round, Sheffield 1915; others, George III and later, various dates and makers (11), 15oz gross £100 - £150

448 A Burmese silver coloured metal cylindrical betel leaf box, domed push-on cover, chased overall with stylised beasts amongst scrolling foliage, 7.5cm high, apparently unmarked, c.1900 £150 - £200

431 A set of six Irish provincial Celtic Point pattern tablespoons, bright-cut engraved stems, John Nicholson, Cork c.1790 £1,500 - £2,000 432 A set of six Russian silver spoons, twisted hafts, 14cm long, Kokoschnick marks, first half 20th century £70 - £100

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449 449 A Charles II silver porringer, chased and engraved with stylised flowers and scrolling leaves, beaded scroll handles, 13.5cm wide, maker’s mark TR in monogram, London 1671, 4.5oz Reference: Jackson this mark on a small salver of 1672-3 Pickford, Ian (ed), Jacksons’s Silver & Gold Marks of England, Scotland & Ireland, Antique Collectors Club (Woodbridge 1989), p. 131 £800 - £1,200

450 A Contemporary silver mounted horn beaker, 12.5cm high, Sheffield 2001 £40 - £60

451 A Continental silver boat shaped double-sided sauceboat, fluted angles, conforming shaped oval base, crested, 23.5cm wide, .830 standard, c.1900, 12.5oz £200 - £300

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453 A George I silver novelty miniature toy tazza, 5.5cm diam, David Clayton, London c.1725 £300 - £400

452 A Dutch silver navette shaped bonbonierre, knop finial, embossed with courting couples in 18th century dress, 4.5cm wide, c.1900; another (2) £60 - £100

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454 A George I silver novelty miniature toy trencher salt, 2.5cm wide, maker’s mark only, Joseph Smith, London c.1725 £120 - £180 458

458 A George III silver baluster tankard, hinged domed cover, pierced scroll thumbpiece, scroll handle with heart shaped terminal, later chased with flowers, scrolls and a band of stiff acanthus, skirted base, gilt interior, 20cm high, William Cripps, London 1775, 23oz £300 - £400

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455 A George II provincial silver bell shaped loving cup, scroll handles, centre girdle, moulded circular foot, 16cm high, John Langlands I, Newcastle 1749, 14.5oz £200 - £300

456 A George II silver shaped circular waiter, piecrust border, plain field, pad feet, 18.5cm diam, George Hindmarsh, London 1736, 9oz £250 - £350

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459 A George III silver brandy saucepan, knop finial, domed cover with hinged spout, turned fruitwood handle, 20.5cm long, William Burwash, London 1814, 10oz £400 - £600

457 A George III silver baluster pedestal cream jug, lofty loop handle, beaded borders, square base, crested, 14.5cm high, Charles Chesterman II, London 1783, 3.5oz £120 - £180

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460 A George III silver caddy spoon, lotus flower bowl, flying scroll handle, 4.5cm long, Cocks & Bettridge, London 1803 £100 - £150

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464 A George III silver cylindrical mustard, shell shaped thumbpiece, hinged domed cover, scroll capped handle, pierced side, blue glass liner, 7cm high, William Vincent, London 1773 £150 - £200

465 A George III silver cylindrical shaving brush, 7cm long, Thomas Phipps & Edward Robinson, London 1808 £40 - £60

466 A George III silver Onslow pattern caddy spoon, divided haft, 7.5cm long, George Smith III & William Fearn, London 1788 £120 - £180

467 A George III silver oval teapot stand, reeded border, outswept feet, 19cm wide, two maker’s marks, John Hutson and Samuel Godbehere & Edward Wigan, London 1798 £150 - £200

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461 A George III silver canted rectangular double-sided nutmeg grater, hinged cover enclosing a steel rasp, compartment to base, bright-cut and wrigglework engraved with borders of lunettes, centred by a vacant circular cartouche, 4.5cm wide, Thomas Phipps & Edward Robinson, London 1801 £500 - £700

468 A George III silver pear shaped pepper, wrythen knop finial, pierced cover, later chased with flowerheads, scrolls, foliage and diapers, domed foot, 11.5cm high, Jabez Daniell & James Mince, London 1767 £50 - £70

469 A George III silver pear shaped pepper, wrythen pointed knop finial, gadrooned girdle, moulded circular foot, 14cm high, Jabez Daniell & James Mince, London 1768 £120 - £180

462 A George III silver coloured metal mounted faceted clear glass caster, spiral knop finial, pierced and engraved ogee cover, shaped circular base, 20.5cm high, apparently unmarked, c.1800; another, similar; an oil ewer (3) £60 - £100

470 A George III silver sauce boat, flying scroll handle, wavy border, hoof feet, 15cm long, William Cripps, London 1771, 4oz £150 - £250

463 A George III silver cream jug, scroll handle, reeded border, 11cm high, London 1800; a George III toddy ladle, boat shaped bowl set with a coin, twisted whalebone handle, 34cm long, c.1780; a George II style baluster muffineer, Birmingham 1892 (3) £60 - £100

471 A George III silver seven bar toast rack, oval loop handle, rectangular X-shaped divisions, knop feet, crested, 15.5cm long, John Emes, London 1791, 6.5oz £200 - £300

472 A George III silver seven-bottle condiment stand, reeded posted loop handle, oval bases, scroll feet, 25.5cm high, Sheffield 1805 £100 - £150

473 A George III silver shaped circular salver, cast shell and leafy scroll border, the field bright-cut engraved with a band of stiff leaves and swags, outlined with wrigglework, cartouche shaped feet, crested, 21cm diam, Samuel Royes, London 1820, 15oz £200 - £300

474 A George III silver wine funnel, beaded border, 10.5cm long, Sheffield 1787 (faults) £60 - £100

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479 A George IV silver lamp shaped teapot, knop finial, flush-hinged domed cover, fluted and gadrooned borders, scroll capped handle, anthemion and leafy scroll cast feet, 27.5cm long, Robert Hennell, London 1824, 22.5oz gross £250 - £350 480 A George V silver Capstan inkwell, domed cover inset with tortoiseshell, 16.5cm diam, Birmingham 1919 £50 - £70

481 A George V silver half-fluted bachelor’s tea service, comprising teapot, milk jug and sugar basin, urnular knop finial, hinged domed cover, angular scroll handles, the teapot with ebonised fittings, 20cm long, William Hutton & Sons, London & Sheffield 1913; a pair of sugar bows, Sheffield 1912 (4), 13oz gross £120 - £150

482 A George V silver half-fluted bachelor’s teapot, knop finial, hinged cover, ebonised handle, 15.5cm long, Deakin & Francis, Birmingham 1930 £100 - £150

483 A George V silver hexagonal pedestal comport, moulded rim, domed foot, 15.5cm high, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1915, 17oz £150 - £200

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475 A George III six-place egg cup stand, the cups with central girdle, the stand with central swing handle pedestal salt, splayed legs case with anthemion leaves, ball feet, Samuel & George Whitford, London 1802; associated spoons ensuite £400 - £600

484 A George V silver mounted square clear glass inkwell, hinged cover, hobnail-cut base, 7cm wide, Birmingham 1924; a George VI silver barrel shaped pepper grinder, 8cm high, London 1937 (2) £70 - £90 485 A George V silver mounted wild boar tusk cigar piercer, 15cm long, Grey & Co, Chester 1914 £80 - £120

476 A George IV silver Fiddle pattern serving spoon, Hester Bateman, London 1827, 3.8oz £50 - £80

486 A George V silver pedestal cup, the hemiovoid bowl inscribed Kingston Shire Horse Society 1913, knopped stem and spreading circular base with beaded borders, 22.5cm high, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1912, 10.5oz £100 - £150

477 A George IV silver marrow scoop, Richard Crossley, London 1827 £70 - £100 478 A George IV silver bowed pedestal sugar basket, swing handle, chased with flowers, scrolls and scale cartouches, spreading foot conforming, 13.5cm diam, Joseph Angell I, London 1829, 11.5oz Heraldry: Crest of Burgh £200 - £300

487 A George V silver rounded rectangular table tobacco box, of George III design, quite plain, leafy scroll thumb-piece, 13cm wide, Henry Hodson Plante, London 1927, 8oz £200 - £250 488 A George V silver swing handled urnular sugar basket, of George III design, pierced side, beaded borders, spreading circular foot, blue glass liner, 8.5cm high, Barker Brothers, Chester 1918 £70 - £100

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495 A modern Danish silver mounted rosewood tobacco barrel, 13cm high, maker’s mark JF monogram, Sterling, mid-20th century £50 - £70 496 A modern silver stylized tulip shaped pedestal goblet, tapered stem, spreading circular foot, planished overall, gilt interior, 18.5cm high, maker CP, London 1988

497 A pair of Art Deco silver shaped circular geometric fluted dishes, 11cm diam, Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd, London 1936 £200 - £300

498 A pair of Elizabeth II silver models, cast as a male and female ballerina, each in dramatic pose, circular belge noir bases, 19cm and 22cm high, C J Vander Ltd, London 1956 £400 - £600

499 A pair of George III silver cauldron salts, beaded border, pad and scroll feet, London 1766 £50 - £70

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489 A George V silver table centre epergne, tulip shaped central flute with shaped and pierced rim, above three further conforming, spreading circular base, 32cm high, Chester 1913 £600 - £800

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500 A pair of George III silver oval mustards, hinged domed covers, shell thumbpieces, angular scroll handles, reeded borders, blue glass liners, 10.5cm wide, Peter & Ann Bateman, London 1806 £300 - £500

490 A George VI silver shaped circular waiter, of George III design, piecrust border, plain field, hoof feet, 27cm diam, Sheffield 1939, 18oz £100 - £150 491 A German silver double sauce boat, ribbon wrapped divided handles terminating in stiff leaf bosses, the broad shaped oval base with fruiting laurel border, 23cm wide, halbmond und krone mark, Posen, c.1900, 18oz £120 - £180

501 A pair of George III style silver two-light candelabra, bell shaped sconces, scroll branches, moulded circular bases, 23.5cm high, Birmingham 1956 £100 - £150

492 A German silver novelty model or table decoration, cast as a budgerigar, 7cm high, .800 standard, halbmond und krone mark, c.1900 £200 - £250

502 A pair of George V silver octagonal baluster sugar casters, of George III design, knop finials, stepped bases, 17cm high, Mappin & Webb, Birmingham 1912 £150 - £200

494 A matched pair of early George II silver circular pedestal salts, each later chased with flowers and foliage, skirted bases, gilt interiors, 8cm diam, one Peter Archambo I, London 1730, the other struck four times JB, 7oz gross £150 - £250

505 A pair of silver mounted green glass mallet shaped wine bottles, horseshoe seal reserves, 22cm high, the mounts Birmingham 1903 £40 - £60

503 A pair of rare early George III Scottish silver sweetmeat baskets, rope-twist handles and borders, flared sides pierced and chased with flowerheads and scrolls, conforming bases, 8.5cm diam, Lothian & Robertson, Edinburgh 1760 £300 - £500

493 A graduated pair of Portuguese shaped circular dishes, each embossed with the Royal coat of arms, within a band of scrolling foliage, crimped borders, 21cm and 16.5cm diam, c.1890 £120 - £180

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506 506 A pair of substantial Victorian silver cast sauce boats, acanthus capped flying scroll handles, gadrooned borders, bold lion monopodia, 22.5cm long, Robert Garrard II, London 1863, 46.5oz gross £1,800 - £2,200

507 A pair of Victorian silver tapered cylindrical beakers, quite plain, gilt interiors, 11.5cm high, Frederick Brasted, London 1880, 12oz gross £100 - £150 509

509 A Russian silver and cloisonne enamel kovsh, of traditional shape, applied with scrolling wires and decorated in tones of pink, yellow, green and dark blue on a pale blue ground, 16cm long, St Petersburg hallmarks £800 - £1,200

510 A Russian silver and niello beaker, engraved and decorated with Peter the Great on horseback, triumphal regalia scrolling leaves and bands of lozenges, 7.5cm high, c.1900 £60 - £100 511 A Scottish Edwardian silver sauce boat, acanthuscapped flying scroll handle, wavy border, hoof feet, 16.5cm long, Edinburgh 1902, 8oz £100 - £150

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508 A rare Edwardian silver jelly mould, the side chased with arched panels, 10.5cm diam, William Comyns, London 1904, 4.5oz £700 - £1,000

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512 512 A Scottish George IV silver three piece compressed pedestal tea service, comprising teapot, milk jug and twohandled sugar basin, flush-hinged cover, boss finial, shell and leafy scroll borders, acanthus capped scroll handles, engraved and chased with flowers and foliage on a textured ground, moulded circular base, the teapot with ivory insulators, 30cm long, William Marshall, Edinburgh 1823, 49oz gross £700 - £1,000

513 A set of seven George III Old English pattern table spoons, crested, Hester Bateman, London 1810; another, 1809, 16.8oz (8) The crest is that of Sir Henry Stafford Northcote, Bt. of Pynes, Devon, whose daughter Catherine married Col. John Thomas Wright of Great Longstone and Lymstone in Devon (1762-1838), the great, great, great grandfather of Bob Wright. £180 - £220 514 A set of twelve George III Old English pattern small dessert spoons, crested, Hester Bateman, London 1788,12.7oz The crest is that of Sir Henry Stafford Northcote, Bt. of Pynes, Devon, whose daughter Catherine married Col. John Thomas Wright of Great Longstone and Lymstone in Devon (1762-1838), the great, great, great grandfather of Bob Wright. £120 - £180

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516 A substantial Arts & Crafts silver flagon, hinged cover with ‘Onslow’ thumbpiece, applied with a strapwork boss centred by a knop finial, centre-girdle, angular scroll handle, applied with a band of cut-card work above a disc socle, spreading circular foot, planished overall, 25cm high, Charles Stuart Harris, London 1907, 49.5oz £1,000 - £1,500

515 A silver coloured metal bachelor’s coffee pot, bud finial, hinged domed cover, scroll-capped handle, 13cm high, unmarked, c.1900 £50 - £70

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519 A Victorian Rococo Revival silver pear shaped teapot, pineapple finial, hinged domed cover, acanthus capped scroll handle, well chased with baskets of fruit and flowers and flowering leafy branches, skirted base, retailed by Thomas, Bond Street, Robert Sibley II, London 1855, 25.5oz gross. Crest of Rolleston, Staffordshire and Ireland. £400 - £600

520 A Victorian shaped circular salver, cast leafy C and Sscroll border, the field engraved with a broad band of diapers, flowers and further scrolls and foliage, cartouche shaped feet, 26cm diam, London 1897, 19oz £200 - £300

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517 A Victorian silver mounted ovoid claret jug, the spout cast with lilies, rustic branch handle, the body etched with ribbon-tied swags, star-cut base, 30cm high, George Fox, London 1865 £500 - £700 518 A Victorian Grecian Revival silver slender ovoid claret ewer, cast and applied with a snake in pursuit of a butterfly, the latter forming the handle, hinged cover, engraved with muses and anthemion, circular foot, 35cm high, Barnards, London 1855 £1,500 - £2,500

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521 A Victorian silver baluster beer flagon, hinged domed cover, pierced thumbpiece, chased with flowers and leafy scrolls, centred by a vacant C-scroll cartouche, Bacchic mask to spout, scroll handle with heart shaped terminal, skirted base, 22cm high, Robert Hennell, London 1865, 23oz £700 - £1,000

522 A Victorian silver baluster Christening mug, chased with flowers and foliage within shield shaped reserves, scroll capped handle, skirted base, 8.5cm high, George Unite, Birmingham 1863 £70 - £90 523 A Victorian silver bellied cream jug, of George II design, acanthus capped double scroll handle, wavy rim, chased with flowers and foliage, centred by a vacant C-scroll cartouche, shaped pad feet, 12.45cm high, William Robert Smily, London 1854, 5oz £80 - £120

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524 A Victorian silver christening mug, engraved with flowerhead paterae, strapwork and wrigglework, angular scroll capped handle, skirted base, 8cm high, Barnards, London 1875 £50 - £80

525 A Victorian silver circular swing handled butter dish, cast and embossed with fruiting vine and scrolling foliage, beaded borders, ball and claw feet, frosted glass liner, 12.5cm diam, Edward Ker Reid, London 1857 £200 - £300

526 A Victorian silver drum mustard, of George III design, hinged cover with shell thumb-piece, the side pierced and bright-cut engraved with birds amongst scrolling foliage, gadrooned borders, angular scroll handle, blue glass loner, 6cm high, Marston & Bayliss, London 1900 £200 - £300

527 A Victorian silver fluted oval teapot, knop finial, hinged domed cover, angular scroll handle, chased with flowers and leafy scrolls, ebonised fittings, 26cm long, London 1900, 20.5oz gross £100 - £120

528 A Victorian silver half-fluted boat shaped teapot and sugar basin, ebonised knop finial, hinged domed cover, shell capped scroll handles, gadrooned borders, ball feet, the teapot 24cm long, James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1894 & 1895; a cream jug, similar, London 1895 (3), 30oz gross £150 - £250

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529 A Victorian silver half-fluted canted boat shaped swing handled sugar basket, of George III design, reeded borders, spreading base, 13.5cm wide, Henry Stratford, London 1895, 6.5oz £120 - £180 530 A Victorian silver inkstand, the bowed faceted clear glass well with hinged cover, spreading square base, gadrooned borders, ball and claw feet, 15.5cm wide, Charles Boyton II, London 1893 £250 - £350

531 A Victorian silver lady’s boudoir hand mirror, cast with leafy C-scrolls crested by a vacant reserve, bevelled cartouche shaped plate, the haft embossed with flowers, trellis and further leafy scrolls, plum velvet to verso, 31cm long, Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1898 £100 - £150

532 A Victorian silver mounted ovoid claret jug, hinged domed cover with cast fox finial, engraved with ferns and strapwork, Bacchic mask to spout, beaded scroll handle, spreading base, 25cm high, Charles Fox, London 1874 £700 - £1,000 533 A Victorian silver mounted page turner, the fluted haft embossed with bands of leafy scrolls on a matted ground, ivory blade, 43.5cm long, Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1894; another, smaller, Birmingham 1904 (2) £100 - £150 For more images please visit

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534 A Victorian silver oval hip flask, push-on stirrup cup cover with gilt interior, enclosing a screw-fitting cap, 11cm long, Frederick Brasted, London 1880, 7.5oz, cased £70 - £100

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535 A Victorian silver ovoid beer jug, of salt glazed stoneware shape, chased with ‘sprigging’ of gentlemen at tavern tables, reeded scroll handle, 11cm high, Nathan & Hayes, Birmingham 1893, 5.5oz £200 - £300

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540 A William IV silver fluted campana goblet, moulded rim, chased with flowers and foliage, ovolo socle, the domed shaped circular foot with stiff acanthus, gilt interior, 18cm high, Barnards, London 1835, 12oz £200 - £300

536 A Victorian silver rounded rectangular novelty combination vesta and sovereign case, engraved overall with scrolling foliage, hinged covers, 8.5cm over loop, Williams Ltd, Birmingham 1898 £100 - £150

541 A William IV silver ovoid cream jug, acanthus-capped double-scroll handle, hoof feet, crested, gilt interior, 14cm high, Charles Gordon, London 1836, 5oz Heraldry:Crest and motto of Thirsiter, Co. Caithness £200 - £250

537 A Victorian silver swing-handled sweetmeat basket, pierced with a continuous pattern of leafy scrolls, paw feet, blue glass liner, 13cm wide, John Harris, London 1870 £300 - £400

542 An 18th century French silver bucket shaped beaker, slightly flared rim above a reeded band, inscribed M.Louise Deve, 6.5cm high, Paris c.1775; others, similar (4) £200 - £300

538 A Victorian silver three piece part-fluted tea service, comprising teapot, milk jug and sugar basin, beaded rims, each chased and engraved with a band of stiff acanthus, reeded scroll handles, the teapot with ivory insulators, 24cm long, Martin Hall & Co, London 1877, 40oz gross £300 - £500

543 An 18th century silver coloured metal novelty snuff box, as a horse’s head, engraved and chased with features, forelock and bridle, hinged cover set with a copper panel, gilt interior, 7.5cm long, c.1775 £200 - £300

539 A William IV silver compressed ovoid milk jug and two-handled sugar basin, acanthus and fruiting vine grasped handles, chased with flowering leafy branches on a matted ground, centred by C-scroll cartouches, moulded circular bases, gilt interiors, the sugar basin 23cm over handles, Hawksworth, Eyre & Co, Sheffield 1835, 19oz gross £150 - £250

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544 An Art Deco style silver rectangular cigarette box, hinged cover engine turned and centred by a broad reeded band, geometric thumbpiece, fluted bracket feet, cedar lined, Birmingham 1964 £50 - £70

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545 An Art Nouveau silver five piece dressing table set, comprising a hand mirror and two pairs of brushes, each embossed with stylised flowers on sinuous whiplash stems, the mirror 27cm long, William Neale, Birmingham 1905, cased £200 - £300 546 An early 19th century Dutch silver circular waiter, beaded border, plain field, slightly outswept feet, 23cm diam, maker DWR, c.1820, 12.5oz £400 - £600

547 An early 19th century Dutch silver rounded rectangular tobacco box, hinged cover, reeded sides, 14cm wide, c.1820 £80 - £120

548 An early George III silver shaped circular chamberstick, detachable nozzle, flying-scroll handle, gadrooned borders, 15.5cm diam, Ebenezer Coker, London 1769, 10oz £300 - £400

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549 An early Victorian silver shaped rectangular card case, engraved and chased with acanthus scrolling foliage, and radiating burst, 9.5cm high, Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1844, morocco case £100 - £150

550 An Edwardian silver boat shaped inkstand, the square clear glass well with hinged cover, leafy scroll borders, bun feet, 24cm wide, Sheffield 1909 £120 - £180

551 An Edwardian silver compressed ovoid beer jug, flush-hinged cover with pierced thumbpiece, reeded scroll handle, crested, 15.5cm high, Nathan & Hayes, Birmingham 1904, 16oz £250 - £350

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552 An Edwardian silver half-fluted pedestal trophy cup, inscribed Ashbourne Shire Horse Society, Peacock Cup, Won by John Tomson (sic), reeded scroll handles, knopped stem, moulded circular foot, 19.5cm high, James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1904, turned ebonised stand £150 - £180 553 An Edwardian silver mounted novelty page turner, the horn haft as a golf club, ivory blade, 33cm long, the mount Birmingham 1905 £50 - £70

554 An Edwardian silver rounded rectangular swinghandled fig basket, beaded rim, pierced border, bun feet, 26cm wide, Suckling Ltd, Birmingham 1902, 10oz £150 - £250 555 An Edwardian silver scissor-action egg topper, 10.5cm long, Hammond, Turner & Sons, Birmingham 1908 £150 - £200

556 An Edwardian silver tapered cylindrical pint mug, engraved with a leafy scroll and diaper cartouche, loop handle, 11.5cm high, John Round, Sheffield 1904, 8.5oz £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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558 557 An Irish George III silver wine funnel. reeded rim, curved spout, 11.5cm long, Gust’v’s Byrne, Dublin 1805 £250 - £350

559 An unusual set of four George V silver graduated stacking nut dishes, quite plain, 7cm to 7.5cm diam, Hukin & Heath, Birmingham 1925 £100 - £150 560 Asprey - an Arts and Crafts silver chalice, hemi-ovoid bowl raised on three divided acanthus cast supports, domed circular foot, 13.5cm high, Charles & George Asprey, London 1908, 8oz £150 - £200

558 An Irish George IV silver baluster coffee pot, flower finial, hinged ogee cover, chased with flowers and scrolling foliage, mask capped scroll handle, eagle spout with bearded mask, domed circular foot, 25cm high, Twycross & Power, Dublin 1825, 35oz gross £1,200 - £1,800

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561 Derbyshire Agricultural History - an Edwardian silver half-fluted two-handled pedestal trophy cup and cover, wheatsheaf finial. acanthus grasped reeded scroll handles, inscribed Challenge Cup, Presented to The Derbyshire Agricultural Society by the President, His Grace the Duke of Devonshire KG 1907, disc socle, moulded spreading circular base,48cm high, John Edward Wilmot, Birmingham 1906, 71oz, ebonised plinth £800 - £1,200

562 Liberty & Co - an Arts and Crafts Cymric silver conical tea kettle, designed by Archibald Knox (1864 - 1933), strap handle terminating in heart shaped bosses, push-on cover, embossed with a band of further heart shaped motifs, 16.5cm high, Birmingham 1909 £700 - £1,000

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563 Liberty & Co - an Arts and Crafts Cymric silver jug, designed by Archibald Knox (1864 - 1933), planished overall, boar tusk handle, model no. 50041, 14cm high, Birmingham 1906, 9oz gross £600 - £800

564 A Chinese silver teapot and cover, engraved with characters and foliage, fruit and leaf finial, 10.5cm high, character mark, c.1900; a flared cylindrical spill vase, applied with leaves, everted rim, triform base, claw feet, 17cm high; etc £2,000 - £4,000

565 A pair of Chinese silver wine cups, chased with panels of leafy bamboo, prunus and chrysanthemums, 5.5cm diam, character marks, c.1900 £50 - £70

566 A Chinese silver rose bowl, embossed with cranes, songbirds and blossoming prunus, on a matted ground centred by a vacant shield shaped cartouche, spreading foot, 18.5cm diam, character mark, c.1900 £500 - £700

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567 A Chinese export silver three piece globular tea service, comprising teapot, milk jug and sugar basin, each chased with a ferocious dragon on a planished ground, faux bamboo handles and spouts, 22.5cm long, character marks, c.1890, 24oz gross £600 - £800

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Watches

568 A Chinese silver and polychrome enamel model, of a fanciful bird, perched on a tree stump, turned wooden base, 15cm high overall, c.1900 £120 - £180

569 A Chinese export silver novelty miniature model, of a sedan chair, 11cm long, Hung Chong, Canton/Shangai, c.1900 £50 - £80

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571 A 1960s gentleman’s Omega Seamaster Cosmic automatic wristwatch, stainless steel case and bracelet, silvered dial, baton numerals and date aperture, boxed with paperwork £150 - £200 572 A mid 20th century lady’s Setter Swiss wristwatch, Arabic numeral dial, 14ct gold square case, angular fancy link bracelet strap, stamped 14K, 32g gross £300 - £400

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570 A pair of Chinese silver candlesticks, detachable nozzles, pierced and chased with leafy foliage and blossoming prunus, each centred by a shield shaped cartouch applied with a character, pierced and carved hardwood bases, 13.5cm high overall, character marks, c.1900 £300 - £500 For more images please visit

573 A 20th century 18ct gold hunter pocket watch, 18ct yellow gold engine turned case, white enamelled dial, Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds, key wind chain driven movement, 4.2cm diameter, makers mark S&R, Chester 1946, 69, 4g gross £500 - £700 71

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574 A gentleman’s 9ct gold Longines wristwatch, champagne dial, baton indicators, subsidiary seconds dial, with replacement expanding bracelet strap £150 - £200

575 A George III silver pair cased pocket watch, 5cm slightly convex enamel dial, Roman numerals, the movement inscribed Calidonia (sic) and numbered 3571, engraved and pierced balance cock, 8cm over loop, the case Birmingham 1815 £100 - £150

576 A J W Benson London 9ct gold button wind pocket watch, white enamelled dial, Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds, 5cm diam, Birmingham 1928, 89.8g gross; a fine link 9ct rose gold Albert chain, T bar hung with a yellow metal bloodstone set seal stamp, 23.2g gross(2) £500 - £600

577 An early 20th century lady’s 18ct gold cased pocket watch, Roman numerals, ornate floral engraved dial, the key wind movement stamped Josh Penlington Liverpool 13479, initialled shield and chequer board engraved back plate, cast suspension loop, London 1931, 56g gross; 9ct yellow gold tied ribbon brooch, with drop loop ring and steel pin, 4g gross (2) £300 - £400

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583 A gentleman’s 18ct gold antimagnetic wristwatch possibly Longines, cream enameled dial, Arabic numerals, subsidiary second and half hour dials, serial number 627001, associated ornate yellow metal strap, indistinctly marked, 83.3g gross £700 - £1,000

578 A lady’s Pierre Bonnet 17 Jewel Incabloc wristwatch, rectangular dial, baton numerals, open bracelet strap £150 - £200

579 A lady’s Raymond Weil Parsifal two-colour wristwatch, ref 9990, serial 61621, two-piece screw down case, white Roman numeral dial,date aperture, baton hands, Swiss quartz movement, the case 30mm diam including lugs, articulated two colour block and cross bracelet with deployant clasp £100 - £150

580 A Scottish William IV silver pair cased pocket watch, by Thomas Picken, Edinburgh, 5cm enamel dial inscribed with Roman and Arabic subsidiary numerals, the movement signed and numbered 2783, pierced and engraved balance cock, 8cm over loop, the case London 1835 £100 - £150 581 A Victorian lady’s 18ct gold open face key wind fob watch, with floral engraved case, star and Roman numeral dial,serial number 60706, Chester 1869 £300 - £400

582 A lady’s Art Deco Rolex 18ct gold wrist watch, shaped oblong dial, Arabic markers, dial marked Northern Goldsmiths, case number 2670/1322, associated Britannic yellow metal strap £500 - £700

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584 An Art Deco diamond encrusted platinum cocktail watch, arched rectangular dial, Arabic numerals, surrounded by an array diamonds, ornate tapering bracelet strap, the whole encrusted with a total of eighty eight diamonds, stamped all platinum, 19.9g gross £600 - £800 For more images please visit

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Jewellery

588 A pair of diamond and sapphire ear studs, each with a central diamond approx 0.33ct surrounded by a band of sixteen sapphires, unmarked white metal mounts, 3.2g gross £1,000 - £1,400

589 A pair of multi-colour topaz pendant earrings, alternating pink and yellow stones, terminating in a pink pear drop, enclosed unmarked yellow metal mounts, drop 3cm, 2.6g gross £250 - £350

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585 An early 20th century spherical guilloche enamelled lady’s fob watch, silvered Arabic numeral dial, cobalt blue case painted with flowers, suspended from an associated ribbon pin brooch £350 - £450

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590 A diamond and opal ring, the three oval opal cabochons separated by two rows of four old brilliant cut diamonds, unmarked yellow metal shank, finger size P, 4.9g gross £100 - £150

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591 A 14ct gold teardrop aquamarine and diamond dress ring, the large teardrop aquamarine 18.1mm x 11.4mm inset to an undulating and overlapping surround set with four small diamonds, stamped 585, finger size P, 8.3g gross; a pair of similar aquamarine earrings, each 17.2mm x 11.1mm, 14ct gold mounts stamped 585, 9.7g gross (3) £150 - £200

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586 An unusual early 20th century Masonic triangular pocket watch, mother of pearl dial, Masonic symbol numerals, Square and compass hands, the embossed silver case intricately decorated with Masonic emblems, marked 925/935/ Sterling silver, serial number 203305, the Swiss movement stamped Golay Watch Co, 5.5cm long, £600 - £1,000

592 A 15ct gold and citrine bracelet, the twelve graduated faceted citrines set to beaded and spiralled mounts, chain links, stamped 15ct, 18.5cm long, 23.5g gross £700 - £900

587 A gentleman’s Omega Seamaster Professional wristwatch, stainless steel case and strap, textured dial, luminous baton markers, date aperture, boxed with instructions £500 - £800 For more images please visit

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599 A 19th century Wedgwood Jasper ware revolving mourning brooch, with oval pale blue allegorical front panel, the reverse inset with hair-work, seed pearl and gold wire panel, unmarked yellow metal foliate outer frame, steel pin, 5.5cm x 4.5cm, 28g gross £60 - £100 593

593 A 19th century 18ct gold revolving swivel seal fob, inset with engraved cornelian onyx and bloodstone platforms, stamped 18ct; another, yellow metal seal fob, set with a pink topaz, unmarked; another, white metal seal fob engraved with a classical Roman bust portrait of a gentleman; two cast iron seal fobs (5) £150 - £200

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600 A diamond solitaire ring, open claw set, approx 2.00ct stepped baguette diamond shoulders, platinum shank, finger size O, 4.8g gross £2,000 - £3,000

601 A 20th century Scottish 9ct gold citrine and hard stone dirk/dagger brooch, Birmingham, 1971, 5.5cm long, 2.8g gross £50 - £80

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594 A 19th century crusader type hematite and ruby ring, central oval cabochon hematite, quarter pillar set, each pillar inset with one or two small ruby’s, bird and foliate engraved yellow metal mount, finger size O. 8.2g gross £80 - £120

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602 A diamond solitaire ring, open claw set, approx 3.0ct platinum skank, finger size O, 3.7g gross £4,000 - £6,000

595 A 19th century diamond and garnet foliate brooch, central octagonal garnet set within two scrolling flowers each set with five old cut diamonds, unmarked yellow metal mount and pin, 6cm long, c.1880, 8.2g gross £100 - £150

603 A 9ct gold curb link bracelet, later padlock clasp, safety chain, suspending a Victorian carnelian and yellow metal seal fob, 69g gross £400 - £500

596 A 19th century gold coloured metal fob seal, amethyst matrix, 2cm wide; another, the carnelian matrix intaglio carved with the head of a Classical soldier; others (8) £120 - £180

604 A black opal doublet and diamond ring, central black opal doublet surrounded by a band of twenty three brilliant cut diamonds, white gold tips, 18ct yellow gold shank, finger size O, 5.5g gross £70 - £100

597 A 19th century gold coloured metal fob seal, the carnelian matrix intaglio, carved with Classical figures, oval, 1cm wide; others (7) £120 - £180

605 A blister pearl and enamelled 18ct gold flower pendant, the arched branch with pale green enamelled leaf, flanked by an array of six blister pearl flower heads, unmarked, 4.5 cm long, suspended from an 18ct yellow gold fine link chain, 9.2g gross £700 - £800

598 A 19th century pinch beck and garnet brooch, the oval faceted garnet set to multi layer scrolling mount, unmarked, 5.5cm wide; a citrine crescent brooch, unmarked yellow metal mount, 7.5cm wide; an amethyst and seed pearl brooch, unmarked yellow and white gold mount (3) £50 - £80 For more images please visit

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606

606 A blue zircon and diamond dress ring, the large blue zircon approx 11.75ct, white gold claw set between two brilliant cut diamond shoulders, unmarked white gold shank, finger size R, 6.2g gross £650 - £750 609

609 A jade and diamond pendant, the dome topped jade tablet pendant, carved with birds, fruit and foliage, scrolled suspension mount adorned with eighteen brilliant and baguette cut diamonds, white metal wire frame, 6.5cm x 2.2cm, 13.4g gross £80 - £120 607

607 A diamond solitaire ring, brilliant cut, approx 1.00 ct open claw set, platinum shank, finger size O, 2.9g gross £800 - £1,200

610

610 A Celanese sapphire and diamond ring, the circular pale blue sapphire, 9.36 mm diameter, surrounded by a band of fifteen small diamonds, unmarked white gold shank, finger size N, 3.9g gross £1,200 - £1,800

608

608 A brilliant cut diamond trilogy ring, central diamond approx 0.65ct flanked by two smaller stones each approx 0.25ct, total diamond weight 1.15ct, 18ct yellow gold shank, London 1964, size N, 3g gross £400 - £500

611 A Colombian emerald and diamond ring, central 1.18ct rectangular emerald cut stone, flanked by two brilliant cut diamonds, unmarked yellow metal shank, finger size L, 4.6g gross (with Gem and Pearl Laboratory emerald report) £1,400 - £1,600

612 A contemporary diamond solitaire ring, circular brilliant cut stone, approximately 0.33 points, platinum shank, finger size P, 7g £400 - £600

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614 617 A diamond and emerald leaf form dress ring, the stem encrusted with twelve diamonds, surrounded by an array of twenty two navette emeralds, diamond set shoulders, 14ct yellow gold shank, finger size N, 7g gross £80 - £120

618 A diamond and fire opal ring, the raised oval fire opal claw set above a band of sixteen brilliant cut diamonds, open shoulder, unmarked yellow metal shank, finger size N, 9.2g gross £200 - £300

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613 A contemporary Norwegian silver enamelled bracelet, the nine shaped rectangular panels decorated with Reindeer pulling a sleigh,sunrise coastal view, walking Moose, sunset view, Norse longship, tree, stamped 925S, sterling, Norway, 17cm long, complete with one further panel; a conforming circular brooch, 3.7cm diam (2) £80 - £120

619 A diamond and ruby dress ring, the central brilliant cut diamond approx 0.69ct, surrounded by a band of eleven baguette cut ruby’s, diamond chip shoulders, unmarked white gold shank, finger size O, 3.3g gross £1,400 - £1,600

620 A diamond and ruby ring, the seven trapezoid and oval zig-zag set ruby’s, flanked by scrolled panels and arched diamond set border, five band 18ct yellow gold mount and shank, finger size R, 7.5g gross (one diamond missing) £100 - £150

614 A contemporary pave diamond bracelet, with two hundred and nine square and round cut stones, set within open arched and box link articulated 18ct white gold mount, approximately 9ct total weight, 19cm long, 35g gross £1,500 - £2,000

621 A diamond and sapphire three-stone ring, the central circular blue sapphire flanked by two brilliant cut diamonds, claw set, 18ct white gold shank, finger size L, 3.6g gross £550 - £650

615 A diamond and blister pearl flowerhead bar brooch, the central old cut diamond approx 0.25ct surrounded by an open petal collar, each petal set with a small old cut diamond and blister pearl, unmarked yellow metal mount, 6.2cm wide, 5.9g gross £50 - £100

622 A diamond and tanzanite bar brooch, the central oval tanzanite surrounded by a band of twenty old cut diamonds set to white metal surround and yellow metal bar, 6.3cm long, 6.6g gross £300 - £400

623 A diamond chip and garnet yellow metal dragonfly pendant, the multi teardrop pendant with two diamond chip encrusted dragonflies, indistinctly marked to suspension loop, hung from an unmarked yellow metal chain; a pair of conforming pendant earrings (3) £50 - £80

624 A diamond cluster ring, the central raised claw set diamond approx 0.50ct surrounded by twenty two smaller diamonds, one stone missing, 18ct yellow gold shank stamped 750 18K, finger size Q, 8.5g gross £200 - £300

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616 A diamond and emerald dress ring, the large baguette emerald 13mm x 9mm x 6.2mm, surrounded by forty eight brilliant and trapezoid cut diamonds, ten diamond set shoulders, unmarked yellow metal scrolled mount and shank, finger size Q, 14g gross £400 - £600 For more images please visit

625 A diamond solitaire ring, the illusion set stone approx 0.35ct, 18ct yellow gold shank, finger size N, 3.6g gross £200 - £300

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626 A diamond three-stone cross over ring, the three brilliant cut diamonds totaling approx 0.70ct, 9ct shank, finger size U, 2.9g gross, boxed £300 - £400

627 A diamond trilogy ring, three brilliant cut stones approx 0.16ct each, tied claw set, total diamond weight approx 0.48ct, 18ct yellow gold shank, size M, 6g gross £300 - £400 628 A Dinas Powis type Romano-British sub-Roman penannular, brooch, probably 5th century £100 - £150

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634 A lady’s diamond and ruby dress ring, with two brilliant cut seven stone diamond flower heads, flanked by ten navette ruby’s, unmarked white metal wire work mount and shank, finger size M, 7.0g gross £300 - £400 629

629 A fancy yellow and white diamond cluster ring, the central seven stone yellow diamond arch, enclosed by two alternating rows of white and yellow diamonds, total diamond weight approx 2.87ct, unmarked yellow and white gold shank, finger size P, 15.3g gross £2,200 - £2,500

630 A gentleman’s 18ct yellow gold double snake ring, each head set with a brilliant cut diamond and ruby eyes, finger size W, 11.9g gross £200 - £300 631 A gentleman’s diamond ring, the nine plane platform channel set with thirty eight baguette and round cut stones, total diamond weight approx 1ct ,14ct yellow gold shank,stamped 14K, finger size W, 14g £600 - £800

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632 A jadeite and gold necklace, the long fancy link necklace set with eight equally spaced jadeite disc rings, 142cm long, 25.1 g gross £1,000 - £1,200

635 A late Victorian diamond and ruby ducks head stick pin, the ducks head encrusted with nineteen old cut diamonds, ruby eye, unmarked spiraled yellow metal shaft, 5.5cm long, 1.8g gross £80 - £120

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636 A late Victorian Greyhound and Hare coursing brooch, the coursing greyhound encrusted with rose cut diamonds and ruby eye, chasing a conforming hare, individual brooch pins, joined by a curb link chain set with two button pearls, 9.5cm overall length, unmarked, 8g gross, boxed £800 - £1,000

633 A Jadeite two strand spherical bead necklace,the graduated beads measuring from 4.5mm to 9.5mm, joined by a rectangular 9ct yellow gold clasp, 45cm long £100 - £150 For more images please visit

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637 A mid 19th century Italian micro mosaic brooch, the central panel depicting three roses flanked by feather sprays and geometric border, enclosed by panels of single doves, yellow metal beaded and scrolled mount, unmarked, 6cm long, 15.5g gross; a 19th century Greek micro mosaic ChiRho pendant, silver coloured metal mount, unmarked, 7cm high (2) £120 - £180

644 A pair of 18ct gold ruby and diamond earrings/clips, the arched bodies encrusted with twenty seven ruby’s mounted in three squares of nine stones, interconnected by triangular three stone diamond chip set links, 18ct yellow gold mount stamped 750, 14.8g gross £200 - £300

645 A pair of Art Deco diamond and ruby earrings, central oval collet set ruby, surrounded by an array of twenty six diamonds, unmarked yellow metal arched body, 2cm high, 9.4g gross; a pair of yellow metal multi-stone set earrings, unmarked; another pair set with three garnets (6) £70 - £100

638 A mid 20th century 18ct three colour gold hinge bangle, stamped 750, indistinct makers mark, 7.2cm diam, 43g gross £600 - £800

639 A moonstone and ruby pendant, oval cabochon moonstone flanked by twenty ruby’s, unmarked yellow metal mount, 4 x 2.7cm, 14.5g gross £70 - £100

640 A moonstone fringe necklace, set with seventeen oval cabochon moonstones, yellow metal chain, 38cm long, 9.6g gross £450 - £500 646

646 A pair of Art Deco diamond and sapphire earrings, each with central oval sapphire, surrounded by two interlocking strap work bands, encrusted with forty-eight diamonds, unmarked white metal mounts, indistinctly stamped possibly 18K, 2.3cm diam, 9.9g gross (2) £100 - £150

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647 A pair of Art Deco mother-of-pearl and seed pearl square cufflinks, seed pearl centre, mother-of-pearl platform surround within double box frame, stamped 9ct & pt, makers mark G.A.P, 4.5g gross £180 - £220

641 A pair of 14ct gold cufflink’s, set with rectangular lapis lazuli panel surrounded by a sectional tubular block frame, engraved and impressed 585, 2.3 x 1.8cm, 30g gross £300 - £400 642 A pair of 18ct gold diamond and ruby flowerhead earrings, each encrusted with an array of six ruby’s and seven diamonds, 18ct yellow gold mounts, 3cm wide, 18.1g gross; a pair of ruby and diamond daisy earrings, unmarked yellow metal mounts, 2cm high, 5.5cm (4) £100 - £150

643 A pair of 18ct gold hoop earrings, the central thick rope twist flanked by smaller conforming ropes, 3.2cm diam, 13.6g gross £180 - £220

648

648 A pair of Art Deco style ruby earrings, each open diamond shaped frame, encrusted with an array of eighteen assorted sized ruby’s, unmarked white metal mounts, 7.5g gross £100 - £150

649 A pair of Art Deco yellow and white gold ruby ear clips, each scrolled and geometric body set with six ruby’s, stamped 9ct,makers mark A&W, 2.8cm long, 9.3g gross, Gowland Bros Ltd 48 Cornhill E C £600 - £700

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653 A pair of diamond and emerald earrings, each diamond shape earring set with a central baguette emerald, surrounded by an array of sixteen brilliant and square cut diamonds, unmarked white metal mounts, butterflies stamped 750, 18mm wide, 8.0g gross £100 - £150

654 A pair of diamond and jadeite drop earrings, the tapering cabochon jadeite drops, suspended from a diamond encrusted arched ring, oval cabochon jadeite set ear stud, unmarked white metal mounts, 5cm drop, 13.1g gross (2) £1,200 - £1,400 650

650 A pair of champagne diamond leaf form earrings, each set with twenty-three brilliant cut champagne diamonds, yellow metal mounts, stamped 90%, 2.3cm high, 10.3g gross(2) £100 - £150 651 A pair of cultured pearl solitaire ear studs, 7.2mm diam, unmarked yellow metal pins(2) £70 - £100

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655 A pair of diamond and pearl flower head ear studs, with central pearl surrounded by a band of nine brilliant-cut stones, unmarked yellow and white metal mounts, 15mm wide, 4.6g gross £600 - £900

656 A pair of diamond flower head earrings, central raised diamond within two layer six petal diamond encrusted surround, total diamond weight approx 0.70ct, white metal setting, yellow metal frame, 1.5cm diam, 7g gross £450 - £550

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652 A pair of diamond and citrine tree form cluster earrings, the central deep yellow oval citrine surrounded by a canopy of twenty three navette and brilliant cut diamonds, trapezoid diamond trunk, white gold tips, yellow metal mounts and pins, butterflies stamped 95%, 10.8g gross £200 - £300

657 A pair of diamond flower head earrings, the central raised diamond approx 0.50ct surrounded by a band of twelve old cut collet set diamonds and eighteen diamond set petals, 2.4cm diameter, unmarked yellow and white metal mounts, 13.9g gross (missing one stone) £100 - £150

658 A pair of diamond set earrings, the three graduated stepped arches encrusted with forty eight brilliant cut diamonds above curled back bottom section encrusted with six further diamonds, unmarked yellow and white metal mounts, 2cm high, 10g gross; a pair of yellow metal seed pearl earrings, unmarked (4) £80 - £120

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665 A sapphire and diamond ring, the central oval sapphire surrounded by an array of forty two brilliant cut diamonds, unmarked yellow metal shank, finger size Q, 9.1g gross £300 - £400

666 A single strand cultured pearl necklace, the even uniform spherical pearls joined by an unmarked yellow metal flower head clasp, 51cm long £150 - £250

667 A single strand graduated seed pearl necklace, with Art Deco marcasite and 935 silver clasp, 44cm long £50 - £80

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659 A pair of French Art Deco diamond set collar clips, each arched triangular clip, set with an array of sixty six brilliant and baguette cut diamonds, platinum mounts and back plates, makers mark H&C, 16.1g gross, c.1930 £600 - £800

668 A stylish 20th century diamond and enamelled brooch, the central bar set diamond surrounded by eight diamond centred alternating red enamelled and gold metal interlocked ring, total diamond weight approx 1.25ct, 15ct yellow gold frame, 2.8cm diam, 7.6g gross £350 - £450

660 A pair of jade and diamond drop earrings, the oval jade disc suspended from a three petal diamond set link, single diamond set ear hook, 2.5cm drop, unmarked, 5.8g gross (2) £450 - £500

669 A stylish white metal and diamond fringe necklace, set with one hundred and thirty two, old, rose and brilliant cut diamonds, unmarked elongated link chain, 45cm long, 39.3g gross £1,000 - £1,400

661 A pair of rectangular yellow metal cuff links (tested as 18ct gold), each diagonally set with three white sapphires, 10.2g gross,boxed £200 - £250

670 A three stone diamond ring, the old cut diamonds platinum claw set, yellow gold shank, finger size M, 2.4g gross £350 - £400

662 A pair of sapphire and diamond flower head ear clips, the two yellow gold flower heads set with a central sapphire, double row diamond encrusted white gold ribbon backs, 21mm long, 8g gross £500 - £600

663 A pair of Victorian tortoiseshell pique double hoop earrings, gold and silver metal inlaid floral motifs, arched yellow metal hoops, 4.5cm drop, 4.5g gross (2) £350 - £400

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671 A three strand cultured pearl necklace, the three uniform strands joined by a 9ct gold ruby and pearl flower head clasp, 46cm long £200 - £300

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664 A sapphire and diamond cluster ring, central oval blue sapphire surrounded by ten brilliant cut stones, total diamond weight approx 1ct, 18ct yellow gold shank, finger size N, 4.7g gross £600 - £800 For more images please visit

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674 A Victorian moonstone and seed pearl hinged bangle, set with a central moonstone cabachon within a band of seed pearls, unmarked yellow metal mount, 6.5cm wide, c.1900 £100 - £150

672 A Victorian amethyst brooch, the oval amethyst measuring 24 x 18mm, undulating ribbon and scrolling foliate yellow gold mount, unmarked, 14.7g gross £60 - £100

673 A Victorian fancy link 9ct gold Albert chain, the engraved rectangular pillar and box links joined by floral and leaf rings, 22.5 cm, 26.1g £200 - £250 For more images please visit

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675 A Victorian peridot and seed pearl brooch, the triple flower head design of octagonal peridots surrounded by eight seed pearls, separated by seed pearl set scrolling stems, unmarked yellow metal rectangular outer frame, 6.3 cm long, 9.7g gross; a 9ct gold crown bar brooch, 5.4cm long, 3.6g (2) £60 - £100

680 An early 19th century pearl and enamelled oval mourning locket, the main panel set with a single pearl within blue enamelled eight point star border, engraved leaf rim, the interior with seed pearl, hair work and gold wire panels, 3.5cm x 2.8cm, unmarked, in fitted case for W Batty, Watchmaker 9 Market Street Manchester; a 19th century mourning pendant, hair work and gold thread centre, surrounded by graduated seed pearl set frame, 2.6cm diam, unmarked; three further mourning lockets and a brooch (6) £100 - £150

676 An 18ct gold diamond and sapphire flower head cluster ring, the central pale blue sapphire surrounded by six diamonds and six sapphires, tooled shoulders and mount, 18ct yellow gold shank, finger size N, 4.4g gross £250 - £300

681 An early 20th century yellow metal snake chain, rope twist T bar, spring clip clasp, 40cm long,32g £450 - £500

682 An Eastern gilt metal mounted globular pendant, jade terminal, applied with amethyst and seed pearls, beaded scrolls, 5cm high £200 - £300

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683 An Art Nouveau amethyst and seed pearl brooch, central oval amethyst surrounded by an open scrolling heart frame, encrusted with seed pearls, three suspension drops, safety chain, 3.2cm long, stamped 15ct, 4.9g gross £100 - £150

677 An Art Deco diamond and platinum bow brooch, with open wire work and tapering geometric body, allover encrusted with one hundred and twenty diamonds, indistinctly marked to pin loop, 6.6 cm wide, 13.4 g gross £400 - £600

684 An Edwardian seed pearl and peridot brooch, the central oblong peridot surrounded by seed pearl encrusted scrolling foliate branches, unmarked yellow metal frame, 9g gross £200 - £250 685 An Indian silver gilt wedding suite, comprising articulated bracelet and sari belt, pierced with dense leafy scrolls, set with paste stones, the belt 79cm long (2) £300 - £400

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678 An Art Deco diamond and sapphire ring, central brilliant cut diamond approx 0.66ct, surrounded by eight square cut sapphires arranged in a box frame with stepped corners, sapphire set shoulders, unmarked white metal shank, finger size K, 6.6g gross £1,400 - £1,600

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679 An Art Deco diamond encrusted pendant necklace, the articulated open pendant encrusted with sixty four baguette and old brilliant cut diamonds, unmarked white gold mount,4.2cm drop, fine white metal chain, 26cm long, 7g gross £1,000 - £1,200

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686 An unusual 14ct gold dragon necklace,modelled as an open mouthed dragon chasing a ringed tail, united by two uniform individually knotted pearl strands, the dragon head clasp set with ruby eyes and diamond crests, stamped 14K 585, 49.5 cm long, cased £200 - £300

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687 Jewellery - a collection of George and William IV mourning jewellery for Susanna Walker, died 12th September 1828, age 56, comprising an 18ct gold and black enamelled In Memory of ring, London 1828; another, yellow metal ring with black enamelled band flanked by two rows of seed pearls; an 18ct gold and black enamelled ring, the inner band double engraved for Susanna Walker 12th September 1828, age 56 and Susanna Walker 6th July 1832, age 29, London 1826; a circular enamelled and seed pearl pendant, with hair work centre surrounded by a seed pearl band, black enamelled in memory of and foliate cast outer border, unmarked, 26.7g gross (4) £300 - £500

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690 An Art Deco opal and diamond pendant necklace, the globular opal pendant with conical diamond encrusted petal mount, brilliant cut diamond and arched loop suspension, white metal fine link chain, 5.7g gross £500 - £700

691 A pair of articulated coral drop earrings, unmarked yellow metal mounts,5.5cm drop, 5.5g gross £180 - £220

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692 A impressive 20th century sapphire and diamond hinge bangle, mounted with four baguette and oval sapphires totaling approx 6.58ct, interspersed with diamond encrusted flower heads and petals, total diamond weight approx 1.70ct, unmarked yellow metal body, 28.2g gross £4,000 - £5,000

688 A diamond and sapphire ring, 0.74 ct brilliant cut diamond surrounded by a band of twenty sapphires, unmarked platinum shank, size N, 2.5g gross £1,200 - £1,500

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689 Salvador Dali - A pair of Madonna de Port Lligat hard stone earrings, each of circular form, the Madonna in high relief, to the hard stone disc and foliate surround, signed and numbered with facsimile signature A-1/10 02-15-32-045 18k, 2cm diameter, weight 19.6g gross £1,000 - £1,200

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693 A three stone diamond ring, central claw set octagonal stone flanked by two trapezoid baguettes, total diamond weight approx 1.53ct, platinum shank, size L, 6.3g gross £3,000 - £4,000

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694 A pair of diamond and jadeite earrings, the 0.06ct diamonds surrounded by a rotating jadeite collar, unmarked yellow metal mounts, 1.5cm diameter 4g gross £450 - £550

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696 A diamond solitaire ring, the 2,54ct circular brilliant cut stone, VVS1/VVS2, claw set to open shoulders,platinum shank, size J £8,000 - £10,000

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697 An Art Deco diamond brooch, the arched sectional body encrusted with twenty five continental rose cut diamonds, white gold topped setting, open scrolled yellow metal mount and bar, unmarked, 7.3cm long, 11g gross Formerly the property of Anita Mead who was given it by Margaretha Schreinemakers after appearing on her Television show £700 - £1,000

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695 Ilias Lalaounis - A 925 silver and yellow gold necklace, interlinked hearts, five yellow gold links separated by three silver links, 40cm long, 41.9g gross, boxed £450 - £550

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Day Two

Thursday 13th February at 10.30am

Boxes, Objects & Works of Art

Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers


Boxes and Objects 699 A George III mahogany, satinwood and coromandel canted rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a lidded compartment, crossbanded throughout and outlined with boxwood and ebony stringing, ivory heart shaped escutcheon, skirted base, bun feet, 13.5cm high, 15cm wide, early 19th century £150 - £250

705 A George III mahogany cube tea caddy, hinged cover inlaid with an oval sand shaded patera, brass axe head handle, ivory kite shaped escutcheon, crossbanded throughout and outlined with boxwood stringing, 13cm high, wide and deep, c.1790 £80 - £120

700 A 19th century hardwood and ivory rectangular tea caddy, possibly Anglo-Indian, hinged cover enclosing a pair of lidded compartments, inlaid with lozenges and a four-pointed star, shield shaped escutcheon, 15.5cm high, 18.5cm wide, c.1850 £60 - £100

701 A 19th century walnut rectangular tea caddy, inlaid with two marquetry bands, the interior with two lidded compartments, 17.5cm wide, c.1870 £50 - £80

702 A Chinese rosewood and lacquer rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a lidded compartment, applied with engraved brass cut-card work, 11cm high, 15.5cm wide, c.1880 £60 - £100

703 A George III kingwood crossbanded satinwood cube tea caddy, hinged cover, inlaid to the front with an oval batwing patera, outlined throughout with barberpole, boxwood and ebony stringing, 11cm high, 11cm wide, c.1790 £100 - £150

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706 A George III mahogany domed rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover unusually inlaid with a fox and a bird, on a green stained within a navette shaped reserve, enclosing a pair of lidded compartments, the front with a shell patera, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, ivory escutcheon, 13.5cm high, 18.5cm wide, c.1800 £150 - £200

704 A George III mahogany crossbanded pollard oak rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover applied with an oval fluted boss, enclosing a pair of lidded compartments, bun feet, 17cm high, 23cm wide, c.1820 £120 - £180

707 A George III mahogany domed rectangular tea caddy, the cover with brass swan neck handle, lozenge shaped escutcheon, the interior with three lidded compartments, 24cm wide, c.1790 £80 - £120

708 A George III mahogany lozenge shaped tea caddy, hinged cover inlaid with a satinwood band, enclosing a lidded compartment, ivory kite shaped escutcheon, 11.5cm high, 16cm wide, c.1800 £100 - £150 709 A George III mahogany rectangular tea caddy, brass axehead finial, hinged sarcophagus cover, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, ivory kite shaped escutcheon, 15cm wide, c.1810 £100 - £150

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713 A George IV rosewood rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover with bead-and-reel border, enclosing a pair of lidded compartments, 11cm high, 18.5cm wide, c.1830 £50 - £70

714 A large Victorian brass bound burr walnut rectangular campaign tea caddy, hinged cover inlaid with an armorial cartouche, flush military handles to sides, Bramah lock, 19.5cm high, 33cm wide, c.1850 £120 - £180

715 A Regency mahogany sarcophagus tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a bowl aperture flanked by a pair of canisters, outlined with ebony stringing, gilt brass carrying handles and lion paw feet, 25cm high, 39cm wide, c.1820 £60 - £100

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710 A George III rosewood and English marquetry rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover inlaid in coloured woods with a flowering leafy stem, conforming to verso, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, brass axehead finial, lozenge shaped escutcheon, 10cm high, 15.5cm wide, c.1820 £120 - £180 711 A George III rosewood crossbanded mahogany rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a bowl aperture flanked by a pair of canisters, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, 15cm high, 30cm wide, c.1810 £50 - £70

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716 A Regency rosewood bowed canted rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a pair of lidded compartments, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, gilt metal ring handles and lion paw feet, 16cm high, 21cm wide, c.1820 £200 - £300 717 A Regency rosewood rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a cut glass bowl flanked by a pair of canisters, bronze laurel wreath handles to sides, 16.5cm high, 33cm wide, c.1820 £50 - £70

718 A Victorian blond oak domed rectangular tea caddy, the cover enclosing tow lidded compartments, 23cm wide, c.1870 £60 - £100

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719 A Victorian silver mounted tortoiseshell rectangular tea caddy, push on cover with reeded border, applied to recto with a vacant shield shaped cartouche, 10cm high, 8.5cm wide, Saunders & Shepherd, Chester 1894 £60 - £100

712 A George IV rosewood and brass marquetry sarcophagus tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a pair of lidded compartments, inlaid with leafy scrolls, gadrooned borders, 16cm high, 21.5cm wide, c.1830 £50 - £70

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720 A Victorian walnut and cut card work domed rectangular box and cover, applied with Gothic pierced angles, escutcheon and cartouche, 28cm wide, c.1870 £60 - £100

721 An early George III mahogany rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover with Rococo swan neck handle, enclosing three compartments, skirted base, bracket feet, 15cm high, 25cm wide, c.1760 £70 - £100

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722 A Black Forest gentleman’s novelty smoking room companion, as a dog, his head hinged as a tobacco jar, his paws flanking an ashtray and vesta well, glass eyes, 24cm wide, early 20th century £60 - £100

725 A 17th century European ivory rectangular panel, carved in relief with classical figures in an ox pulled cart, 7cm x 13cm £500 - £800

723 A Black Forest gentleman’s novelty smoking room companion, as a dog, his head hinged as a tobacco jar, his paws flanking an ashtray and vesta well, glass eyes, 24cm wide, early 20th century £60 - £100

726 A 17th century oak offertory or sanctuary bowl, projecting angles, carved with arcs and inscribed with compass roundels, 15cm wide, c.1650 £70 - £100

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724 A substantial Continental Grand Tour bronze twohandled urn, cast after the antique with centaurs and infant followers, reeded socle, waisted circular foot, 43.5cm high, c.1860 £1,000 - £1,500

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727 A 17th century oak rectangular panel, carved in relief with The Crucifixtion, 54cm x 44cm, c.1650 - 1700 £700 - £1,000

728 A 19th century Anglo-Indian sandalwood, ivory and sadeli marquetry sarcophagus work box, carved in relief with stylised lions and fanciful birds amongst dense scrolling foliage, hinged cover enclosing a lift-out tray fitted with pin cushion and an arrangement of compartments and sewing requisites, swan neck handles to sides, cast brass lion paw feet, 28cm wide, c.1870 £60 - £100

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729 A 19th century brass bound oak coopered navette shaped tray, 34cm wide £50 - £70

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730 A 19th century bronze novelty inkwell, naturalistically cast as a seal, his back hinged as a cover, enclosing a ceramic liner, 19cm long, c.1880 £80 - £120

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738 A 19th century Dutch brass bound staved fruitwood ribbed and tapered bucket, swing handle, brass liner, 31.5cm high £100 - £150

731 A 19th century Burmese/Anglo-Indian hardwood rectangular box, hinged cover, profusely carved with figures, animals and scrolling leafy stems, 13.5cm high, 23cm wide, c.1880 £70 - £100

739 A 19th century English bone chess set, red stained opposition, the kings 9cm high, mahogany box £60 - £100

732 A 19th century carved, painted and parcel-gilt shield shaped fragment or sign, carved in relief with a horse, 20cm high, 18.5cm wide £60 - £100

740 A 19th century field surgeons amputation saw, scalpels and instruments, possibly by Stevens, London, mahogany case, 24cm wide £70 - £100

733 A 19th century Ceylonese ebony rectangular lap desk, hinged cover enclosing and fold-over writing surface enclosing secret drawers, well apertures and pen and stationery compartments, reeded overall, 41cm wide, c.1850 £60 - £100

734 A 19th century Continental softwood wall bracket, probably Italian, well carved as the head of an Indian elephant, serpentine plateau, 30cm high, 36cm wide, c.1870 £80 - £120 735 A 19th century dark patinated bronze and bronzed metal table centre comport, the circular plateau supported by Atlas, circular base, 19cm high £80 - £120

736 A 19th century dark patinated bronze desk model, of a gentleman in 17th century dress, polished columnar base, 17cm high £80 - £120

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741 A 19th century French bronze, ormolu and griotte rouge marble desk stand, the clear glass wells with hinged foliate cast covers divided by a raised dark patinated figure, dished pen tray, cast feet, 33cm wide, c.1860 £500 - £800

737 A 19th century dark patinated bronze ‘so-to-bed’ chamber stick, cast with a female mask and eagle’s claw, hinged vesta compartment, dished base, 19.5cm long, c.1860 £60 - £90 For more images please visit

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746 A 19th century French maple and rosewood serpentine sided rectangular necessaire box, hinged cover applied with an oval boss cast with a pair of love birds, within a leafy band, enclosing lift-out trays and compartments fitted with an arrangement of sewing requisites, scent bottles and dressing jars, ball feet, 26cm wide, c.1840 £250 - £350

747 A 19th century gentleman’s French dark patinated and polished bronze desk model, of Napoleon, he stands in typical pose, atop a cylindrical column, square base, 26cm high, c.1870 £70 - £100

748 A 19th century giltwood and gesso wall bracket, the shaped top with leaf and oval border, above a shell and scrolling leafage, 35cm wide, 39cm high, c.1860 £70 - £100 749 A 19th century horn folding pocket bullseye lens, 9cm wide £60 - £80

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742 A 19th century French dark patinated bronze and ormolu classical revival country house inkwell/cover box, of bold proportions, the cover cast with prancing stallions, the base on three winged lion head supports, divided by anthemions, stepped circular base, 24cm high, c.1870 £150 - £250 743 A 19th century French gilt bronze novelty salt or sweetmeat dish, as a monkey holding a large abalone shell, turned belge noir base, 9cm high, c.1870 £70 - £100 744 A 19th century French gilt metal novelty desk thermometer, as the Vendome Column, Paris, square belge noir base, 21cm high, c.1880 £70 - £100

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750 A 19th century Indian ivory model, of an official conveyed in a sedan chair, surrounded by ten attendants, rectangular base, turned feet, 9cm high, 24cm wide, c.1880 £150 - £250

745 A 19th century French gilt metal table decoration, as a shell amongst flowering branches, 17.5cm high, c.1860 £80 - £120

751 A 19th century lacquered sloping tapered rectangular stationery box, hinged cover enclosing an arrangement of paper lined divisions and compartments, decorated in gilt with flowerheads and scrolling leaves, 11.5cm high, 17.5cm wide, c.1880 £50 - £80 752 A 19th century mahogany apothecary box, quite plain, hinged cover, the interior with seventeen bottle compartments, fifteen clear glass bottles, the front with drawer, flush brass handles, 22cm high, 26.5cm wide, c.1830 £100 - £150

753 A 19th century mahogany gentleman collector’s geological specimen casket, hinged cover enclosing four lift out trays of numbered and labelled rock and mineral samples, brass bracket feet, 39cm wide £500 - £800

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754 A 19th century patinated bronze novelty candlestick, the sconce supported by an infantry officer, seated on a parcel, hexagonal base, 12cm high £60 - £90

760 A Black Forest carving, of a pair of deer on a rocky outcrop, canted base inscribed St Gallen, 20.5cm high, c.1900 £60 - £100

761 A Black Forest novelty nutcracker, carved as the head of a gentleman wearing a tasselled night cap, 20cm long, c.1900 £50 - £80 762 A Black Forest novelty screw nutcracker, carved as a grinning man wearing a peaked cap, turned and reeded handle, 16cm long, early 20th century £50 - £80

763 A Black Forest oval casket, hinged cover surmounted by a bird amongst grasses, carved overall in shallow relief with stiff leaves and scrolling vine, 19cm wide, early 20th century £50 - £80 764 A bronze bell, cast with seal initialled JB with a cross within a wreath, 31cm high £60 - £100

765 A Carrara marble half-fluted campana pedestal urn, turned socle, square base, 31cm high, 25cm diam; another, similar (2) £100 - £150

766 A Continental ivory novelty balancing toy, probably French, carved as a woman in a cloth cap, atop a tall turned column, boxwood base, 21cm high £150 - £200

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755 A 19th century Russian ormolu inkwell, as the base of a Classical column, applied with putto and cabachon set with lapis lazuli and malachite and engraved with leafy scrolls and flowers, above a frieze of frolicking putto, acanthus scroll feet with masks to knees, 12cm high, Belge noir base, c.1880 £120 - £180

767 A French ivory bodkin case, the base and screwfitting cover carved with lotus, beaded girdles, 11cm long, c.1860 £50 - £70 768 A French ivory writing set, comprising seal, pen and letter knife, each applied with a gilt metal cartouche, the knife 18cm long, c.1900, cased £80 - £120

756 A 19th century sailor’s folk art oak panel, naively carved in relief with a portrait probably intended to be of Lord Nelson wearing a bicorn hat, 17.5cm long £60 - £80

769 A George III celestial table globe, by J & W.Cary, Strand, London, turned legs and stretchers, 6cm high, c.1815. £300 - £500

757 A 19th century silvered bronze novelty table vesta, as a frog drawing a large shell, belge noir base, 11cm long £60 - £100

770 A George III mahogany collector’s table cabinet, slightly oversailing top above a rectangular door enclosing six graduated drawers, turned bone handles, outlined throughout with ebony banding, 33cm high, 24cm wide, c.1810 £100 - £150

758 A 19th century Sorrento ware marquetry rectangular work box, hinged cover inlaid with an oxen drawn sled and a flowering branch, outlined with boxwood stringing, enclosing a lift-out tray fitted with a pin cushion and an arrangement of lidded compartments, skirted base, 24cm wide, c.1880 £60 - £100

771 A George III mahogany commode fronted knife box, hinged sloping cover inlaid with a covered urn, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, brass axehead handle and lion paw feet, 37cm high, 22cm wide, c.1775 £60 - £100

759 A 19th century tortoiseshell and silver pique oval purse, hinged cover inlaid with birds, 7cm wide, c.1880 £50 - £70

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772 A George III silver coloured metal mounted coconut cup, applied with a canted rectangular cartouche, shaped pendant borders, skirted base, 8cm high, c.1775 £60 - £100

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773 A George III toleware rounded rectangular nutmeg grater, hinged cover enclosing a rasp, further cover to base, applied with ‘bright-cut’ oval reserves on a faux tortoiseshell ground, 5.5cm wide, c.1810 £50 - £80

778 A large Black Forest novelty lever nut cracker, carved as the head of a Tyrolean gentleman wearing a hat, 24cm long, early 20th century £60 - £100

779 A large George III brass mahogany campaign writing box, hinged cover centred by a shaped lozenge inscribed Andrew Kirke, enclosing a folding inset baize lined writing surface, a pair of wells, secret drawers, stamp and pen compartments, drawer to end, flush brass military handles, 25cm high, 52cm wide, c.1810 £200 - £300 780 A large Indian lacquered papier mache bowl, decorated in polychrome with flowers and foliage, 31cm diam, late 19th century £80 - £120

781 A large iron bound coopered bowed cylindrical tankard, shaped and pierced handle, 40cm high £70 - £100

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782 A late 19th century meerschaum cheroot holder, carved as the head of a horse, 11cm long, c.1900, cased; an Austrian novelty cheroot holder, with a row of five graduated pugs, 11.5cm long, cased; another, with a cat and kittens; others (9) £60 - £100

774 A George IV burr yew scribes box, turned carrying handle, hinged twin covers enclosing wells, pen recess and compartment, drawer to base, gadrooned border, 25.5cm wide, c.1830 £120 - £180

783 A late 19th century silver coloured metal mounted horse chestnut vesta case, hinged cover, applied with a shield shaped cartouche, striker to base, 5cm long, c.1900 £50 - £70

775 A George IV rosewood sarcophagus work box, hinged cover inlaid in mother of pearl with leafy stems, within bands of roundels linked by pewter stringing, bead and reel border, enclosing a lift-out tray fitted with an arrangement of compartments, lined in watered silk, shield shaped escutcheon, skirted base, bun feet, 28cm wide, c.1830 £50 - £70

784 A late Victorian brass mounted oak gentleman’s smoking room compendium, the shaped arched back with provision for six pipes, above a tobacco jar flanked by a pair of drawers, brass swing swan neck handles, skirted base, the jar Royal Doulton, 41cm wide, c.1895 £60 - £100

785 A late Victorian oak table desk or stationery cabinet, hinged top and fall front enclosing a folding writing surface, a sprung section with wells and pen compartments, stationery divisions, small drawers and a tooled and gilt leather perpetual calendar, brass handles to sides, brass monogram, skirted base, 27cm high, 42.5cm wide, c.1890 £100 - £150

786 A mid 19th century Patents Office indenture, awarded to Theodore Hyla Jennnens of Hunter’s Lane, Birmingham in the County of Warwick for an invention for A New Improved Manufacture of Roller Cylinders for Painting Fabrics, with large wax seal; a conforming Morrocco leather document box tooled in gilt with Royal Coat of Arms and J.S. Cockings Patent Office, 26 Ann Street, Birmingham 29cm wide, 1857 £60 - £100

776

776 A George IV yew and rosewood staved rectangular letter tray, turned handles, 24cm wide, c.1825 £80 - £120

777 A large 19th century oval portrait cameo panel, carved with a flowing haired maiden facing right clutching a flower to her neck, 8 x 6cm £70 - £100

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787 A Napoleonic bone and wooden ship, in a glazed display case £300 - £400

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788 A Napoleonic prisoner of war rectangular straw work picture, depicting a row of houses and a windmill, within a border of meandering leafy stems, 14cm x 35cm, c.1815, framed £50 - £80

790 A North European ivory Corpus Christi, probably Dieppe, ebonised cross with stepped moulded base, 54cm high overall, 19th century £100 - £150

791 A pair of 19th century alabaster two-handled ovoid pedestal vases, ovolo rims, carved and applied with roses and leaves, square bases, 37cm high, c.1850 £60 - £100

789 A Napoleonic prisoner of war straw work playing card box, the hinged cover decorated with an eight-pointed star, enclosing compartments for cards and counters, 29cm wide, early 19th century £60 - £100

792 A pair of 19th century bronze candlesticks, cast throughout with scrolling acanthus, the stems with ram’s masks, 19cm high, c.1860 £60 - £100

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793 A pair of 19th century bronze classical revival twohandled pedestal urnular mantel vases, the lofty handles terminating with Etruscan masks, circular bases, rouge marble plinths, 33cm high, c.1870 £200 - £300 794 A pair of 19th century dark patinated and polished bronze candlesticks, the stems cast as female herms, square bases, 17.5cm high £60 - £90 795 A pair of 19th century ivory opera glasses, 11cm wide, c.1880; another (2) £60 - £100

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796 A pair of Regency bronze candlesticks, acanthus grasped sconces, figural stems cast as sphinxes, spread square bases with further acanthus, flowerheads and scrolling tendrils, within lotus borders, bracket feet, 21.5cm high, 19th century £60 - £100 797 A Persian lacquered scroll case, decorated in polychrome with buildings, figures, flowers and dense scrolling leaves, on a red ground, 31cm long £50 - £80

798 A petrified cattle horn, 36cm long, reputedly found in the Irish bogs, c.1898 £50 - £80

799 A plaster death mask of George Stafford Wright (known as Stafford), son of G.T. and Francis Anna Maria Wright, Bn. 13 th April 1864, Dd 18th January 1870, Buried at Kensal Green Cemetery, London The Wright family were landowners and owners of Longstone Hall, Derbyshire £100 - £150

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800 A post-Medieval softwood polychrome painted carving, from a hammerbeam roof, as a figure with long curling hair, standing, holding a shield, 75cm high £300 - £400

801 A post-Regency copper and brass half-fluted campana samovar, knop finial, dolphin S-scroll handles, incurved square base with fluted angles, 43cm high, c.1830 £50 - £80 802 A Regency dark patinated and polished bronze candlestick and pastille burner, incurved canted triform base, paw feet, 23cm high, 19th century £60 - £90

803 A Regency mahogany sarcophagus work box, hinged cross banded cover enclosing a lift-out tray with an arrangement of compartments lined in red morocco leather, outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, brass ball feet, 21cm wide, c.1815 £60 - £100

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804 A Regency tortoiseshell and mother-of-pearl canted rectangular tea caddy, pagoda cover, inlaid with peonies, thistles, flowers and foliage, the interior with two lidded compartments, bun feet, 43.5cm high, 36.5cm wide, early 19th century £200 - £300

808 A Victorian coromandel rectangular writing box, oval brass plaque and escutcheon, the interior with velvet writing surface, pen rests, inkwell, 14cm high, 35cm wide, c.1850 £100 - £150

809 A Victorian lady’s walnut rectangular travelling dressing box, the hinged cover inlaid with mother-of-pearl circular cartouche, the interior with faceted dressing table jars, E.P.N.S. covers, the front with drawer, 17.5cm high, 30cm wide, c.1870 £100 - £150

805 A Venetian blackamoor bracket, carved as a turbaned North African man, 22cm long, c.1870 £40 - £60

806 A Victorian brass easel pocket watch stand, cast with birds, shells, flowers and ribbon-tied swags, 21.5cm high, Rd. 209899, c.1890 £50 - £70

810 A Victorian mahogany ‘caddy’, hinged cover now enclosing a bowl and four silver-gilt mounted jars, 27cm wide, the mounts Alexander Jones, London 1885 £100 - £150

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807 A Victorian celestial library globe and stand, by Smith & Son, Charing Cross, the globe titled ‘Smith’s Celestial Globe Containing all the Principal stars compiled from the Works of the most celebrated Astronomers, London Smith & Son, Charing Cross.” brass mounted on timber stand consisting of four turned legs and stretchers, 38.7cm diam, 61cm high overall £200 - £300

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811 A Victorian oak and ebonised patent novelty humidor, as a safe, the door applied with Royal coat of arms, enclosing two deep drawers, patent locking system, 20cm high, stamped Rd. 178550, the lock Rd. 56159, c.1890 £120 - £180 812 A Victorian rectangular papier-mache desk blotter, the cover painted with floral bouquet and abalone, gilt swag border, 23cm high £60 - £100

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818 An Anglo-Indian brass bound hardwood rectangular box, hinged cover enclosing stationery rack and an arrangement of lidded compartments, swan neck carrying handles to sides, skirted base, bracket feet, 22cm high, 38cm wide £100 - £150

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813 A Victorian rectangular burr walnut games compendium, the hinged cover and doors enclosing chess pieces, dominoes, draughts, cribbage and cards, detachable tray, games board to cover, 32cm wide, c.1870 £200 - £300

814 A Victorian terrestrial library globe and stand, the gore marked ‘Crutchley’s New Terrestrial Globe, Exhibiting the Discoveries in Equatorial Africa, North Pole, & the New Settlements and Divisions of Australia, New Zealand, California,Texas, etc., London, G. F. Cruchley, Map Seller, Globe Maker and Publisher, 81, Fleet Street’, engraved brass ring, stand with turned legs and stretchers, globe 38cm diam., 56cm high overall, second half 19th century George Frederick Cruchley, map & globe maker and publisher, was born in London son of John and Anne Cruchley in 1797 and died in 1880. He was apprenticed to Arrowsmith and set up on his own account in Oxford Street 1823, moving to Ludgate Street in 1825 and to 81, Fleet Street in 1833. In the 1840s he acquired the stock, plates and good name of the eminent map and globe maker John Carey, often marketing his products under that name. Texas & California are shown as part of the US, having been absorbed in 1845 and 1847 respectively. £200 - £300

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819 An archaic sandstone head, carved with grotesque stylised features, 44cm high, 18cm wide £100 - £150

820 An artist’s articulated drawing model, as a hand, turned base, 31cm high £50 - £80

815 A Victorian Tunbridge ware and rosewood domed rectangular glove box, hinged cover inlaid with a wreath and cabbage roses within lozenge shaped reserves, outlined with a band of leafy foliage, kite shaped escutcheon, 24.5cm wide, c.1860 £60 - £100

821 An Australian silver coloured metal mounted emu egg, avaian finial, knopped stem, spreading circular foot, 17cm high £100 - £150

816 A William IV copper pedestal samovar, fluted cover with lotus finial and border, turned ebonised handles, shaped square base, scrolling cartouche shaped feet, 46cm high, c.1835 £80 - £120

822 An Austrian cold painted bronze, of a mouse, 5cm long, marked Geschutzt, Depose, 1064, c.1900 £80 - £120

823 An early 19th century Anglo-Indian coromandel and ivory marquetry scribe’s writing box, hinged canted cover enclosing well aperture and pen compartments, inlaid overall with scrolling flowering stems, kite shaped escutcheon, 30cm wide, c.1820 £60 - £100

817 An 18th century oak rectangular document box, hinged cover with moulded edge, the front chip-carved with a stylised flowering stem, flanked by dogtooth bands to angles, skirted base, 23cm wide £60 - £100

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824 An early 19th century Colonial hardwood and brass mounted campaign document box, hinged cover with oval cartouche inscribed Mr. R Cox junr., swan neck handles to sides, 41cm wide, c.1820

831 An unusual George III tooled and gilt green leather Improved Patent Manifold Writer, by F Folsch, Inventor and Patentee, Oxford Street, London, lockable cover enclosing writing implements, copying surface and boards, Greek key border, 26cm deep, paper label, early 19th century £60 - £100

The inscription probably refers to Revd. Richardson Cox (1806-1884) vicar of Ticknall, Derbyshire, son of Roger Cox of Spondon Hall, also in Derbyshire, a member of an extensive and opulent Derbyshire family associated with the lead trade. The box may have been made for Cox when he became a student. £100 - £150

825 An early 20th century ebonised novelty page turner, the haft carved as the head of an elephant, glass eyes, ivory tusks, 41.5cm long, c.1910 £40 - £60 826 An early 20th century painted base metal novelty vesta case, embossed with a Royal Navy sailor, within a life ring, the verso conforming, hinged cover, 5cm diam, c.1920 £60 - £100

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827 An Indian brown patinated bronze shrine, cast with a deity before an arch of lotus, square base, 23.5cm high, late 19th/early 20th century £80 - £120

832 An unusually large Victorian walnut rectangular inkstand, hexagonal clear glass well with star-cut base, pen recesses, bun feet, 36.5cm wide, c.1880 £100 - £150

828 An Indian sandalwood rectangular box, well carved overall in deep relief with deities and attendants, deer and warriors mounted on elephant and horseback, amongst dense scrolling foliage and flowers, within lotus flower and geometric borders, sliding cover, 28cm wide, c.1880 £80 - £120

833 Apothecary & Pharmaceutical Interest - a large 19th century clear glass ovoid chemist’s shop window advertising display carboy, elongated neck, pointed knop stopper, 110cm high, c.1880

Provenance: Formerly in the window of Warwick Lee, Chemists. The Queens, Canterbury Road, Herne Bay Kent Purchased Canterbury Auction Galleries, Fine Art & Antiques, 15th February 2005, lot 100 £150 - £250 834 Asprey & Co - a vintage motorist’s travelling picnic set, comprising an E.P.N.S sprit kettle, stand and burner, a sugar canister and a sandwich box, the kettle with cane wrapped handle, 15cm high, canvas case, c.1925 £200 - £300 835 Equestrian - a pair of tan leather cavalry boots, with wooden trees, 51cm high, early 20th century £50 - £70 836 Lace Bobbins - a 19th century turned bone named lace bobbin, inscribed Thomas, 11.5cm long; others, various (14) £60 - £100

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829 An interesting early 20th century beech scratch built model, of a charabang bus, the Antony Express, arched canopy enclosing five bench seats, brass steering wheel and gear lever/hand brake, moveable rubber trimmed wheels, 55cm long, c.1915 £80 - £120

837 Masonic History - an investiture decree, for John Henry Bromilow, Charity Lodge no.350, Farnworth, engraved by Brothers Warrington, London, the architectural giltwood and gesso frame crested by lion, crown, square and compass, flanked by reeded Corinthian columns, 74cm x 56cm overall £200 - £300

830 An Orthodox icon, depicting Madonna and Child, 22cm x 17.5cm, 19th/early 20th century £70 - £100

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838 Medical - a 19th century mahogany microscope slide box, hinged cover enclosing three rows of glass slides, drawer to base with three further rows, containing numerous histological specimens, relating to the brain, heart, liver, kidney, testicle, cervix, bladder, and others and disorders thereof, ivory escutcheon and handle, 27cm wide £100 - £150

845 A pair of 17th century style brass ecclesiastical candlesticks, by F Osborne & Co Ltd, London, broad drip pans, knopped stems, shaped triform bases, pointed pad feet, 49cm high £60 - £100

846 A George III brass fire curb, deep mesh frieze, bun finials, 34cm high, 115cm wide. c.1810 £50 - £70

839 Medical - a Victorian brass bound mahogany rectangular field surgeon’s box, by Arnold & Sons, London, hinged cover enclosing lift out trays and compartment, shield shaped cartouche and escutcheon, 25.5cm wide, c.1850 £100 - £150

847 A 19th century brass box iron, hinged cover, wrought iron handle, 19.5cm long; a set of four Victorian brass bell weights, 7lb to 1lb, 18.5cm to 9cm high (5) £60 - £100

848 A Persian brass scribe’s case, with inkwell and pen compartment, chased with stylised animals and calligraphy, 23.5cm long, 19th century; a pair of Islamic tinned copper bowls, 12cm diam (3) £50 - £80

840 Sewing - a George III turned bone egg shaped bobbin case, 5cm long, early 19th century; an ivory barrel shaped cotton box, 3.5cm high; another (3) £40 - £60

849 A 19th century copper jelly mould, of shallow proportions, formed as a ring of ten turrets, 14.5cm diam, c.1830 £50 - £80 850 A Middle Eastern brass, copper and white metal overlay rosewater dish, pierced cover, crescent finial, 34cm diam £100 - £150

851 A post-Regency copper and brass pedestal samovar, bud finial, embossed domed cover, turned ivory handles, incurved square base with fluted angles, knop feet, 44cm high, c.1835 £60 - £100

841

841 A pair of large Ceylonese/Anglo-Indian ebony carved elephants, each standing four square, ivory tusks, 46cm high, ensuite with a pair of Anglo-Indian hardwood stands, dished tops, each carved in the Art Nouveau taste with stylised flowers and whiplash leaves, 104cm high overall, c.1905 £300 - £500

842 Veterinary Interest - a 19th century horn livestock cure dispenser or drencher, by Arnold & Sons, London, draught turned hardwood base, 30cm long £40 - £60

852

852 A WMF Art Nouveau figural visiting card tray, as a scantily clad beauty, she stands before an oversize lily pad, cradling a dove, model no.246, old silver finish, 29.5cm wide, c.1905 £300 - £500

843 Vintage Luggage - a tan leather suitcase, by Henry Burton & Co, inscribed, Capt. N D White, 28 Ratby Lane, Leicester, F.E, Leicestershire England, 68cm wide, c.1930; a Victor cabin trunk, by W Haughton, 54 & 50 Southampton Row, London, inscribed Capt. N D White, 87cm wide, c.1930 (2) £80 - £120 For more images please visit

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Walking Sticks

Ashford Marble and Blue John

865 A 19th century Derbyshire Ashford marble circular dish, the border inlaid with malacite and other specimen stones, 19.5cm diam, c.1870 (formerly part of a comport) £40 - £60

855

855 A 19th century Continental porcelain and gilt metal mounted parasol, the handle decorated with a young girl, bust length, gilt with scrolls on an emerald ground, domed Tbar pommel chased with leafy C-scrolls, inscribed J Francis-Watkins, Swansea, palmwood shaft, silk shade, 89cm long, c.1890 £60 - £100 856 A Victorian silver mounted riding crop, by Ashford, Makers to the Queen, the mount well chased and engraved with steeple chasers, L-shaped antler handle, malacca shaft, 82cm long, the mount A A Wall, Birmingham 1882 £60 - £100

866

866 A Derbyshire Ashford marble table centre comport, the draught turned field outlined with a broad band of specimen stones, turned spreading column, square base, 24cm diam, c.1870 £120 - £180

857 A 19th century gentleman’s novelty walking cane, the L-shaped handle carved as a recumbent lion, glass eyes, 86cm long £100 - £150

858 A 19th century gentleman’s walking cane, curved wild boar tusk handle, spirally carved shaft, 91cm long £50 - £70

859 A Chinese silver mounted gentleman’s walking cane, the pommel chased and engraved with lotus, figures and blossoming prunus, malacca shaft, 84cm long, c.1880 £50 - £80

860 A gentleman’s Victorian silver mounted walking cane, curved horn handle, malacca shaft, the ferule chased and engraved with scrolling foliage, 79cm long, the mount London 1894; others, various (5) £80 - £120 861 A 19th century gentleman’s novelty walking cane, the handle carved as a horse’s hoof, 91cm long £40 - £60

862 A Victorian silver mounted gentleman’s novelty walking cane, the handle as the head of a bird, the deep collar engraved with flowers and scrolling foliage, malacca shaft, 90cm long overall, the mount Birmingham c.97 £50 - £70 For more images please visit

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869 A Derbyshire Blue John egg shaped paperweight, 5cm long, 19th century £60 - £80 870 A Derbyshire Blue John egg shaped paperweight, 7cm long, 19th century £50 - £80

871 A Derbyshire fluorspar egg shaped paperweight, 7cm long, 19th century £50 - £80

873 A large Derbyshire Ashford marble obelisk thermometer, typically inlaid with specimen stones, stepped base inlaid with lilies, 33cm high, c.1860 £100 - £150

874 A large Derbyshire fluorspar paperweight, 8.5cm long, 19th century

egg shaped £80 - £120

890 A European ivory carving, of a lion, prowling, 10.5cm long, signed WG, c.1900 £100 - £150

894

894 A Cantonese ivory rectangular visiting card case, carved in relief with figures and pagodas amongst blossoming prunus, 9.5cm long, c.1860 (faults) £80 - £120

891

891 A 19th century French Dieppe ivory carving, of a young lady, reading a book by candlelight, she stands, wearing a laced corset and long dress, her hair in a plait, ebonised base, 16cm high overall, c.1860 £150 - £200

892 A Cantonese ivory puzzle the square case with sliding cover carved with figures amongst pagodas and blossoming prunus, 5cm wide, c.1900 £70 - £100

895

895 A Cantonese ivory rectangular visiting card case, carved overall with figures and pagodas amongst blossoming prunus, 8.5cm long, c.1860 £200 - £300

893 A Cantonese ivory rectangular aide memoir, carved with figures, pagodas and blossoming prunus within a shaped oval reserve, 8.5cm long, £100 - £150 For more images please visit

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902 A Japanese ivory netsuke sized okimono, of a smiling man beside an oversized fruit, oval base, 6.5cm high, signed within a red lozenge, Meiji period £70 - £100

903 African School, early 20th century, an ivory hippopotamus, 12cm long £100 - £150

Lighting

905 A French Art Deco period alabaster ceiling light shade, 45cm diam, c.1925 £80 - £120

896

896 A Chinese Export carved ivory flower boat/junk, the intricately pierced and carved superstructure with doors, windows, figures, plants and a table set with cups and saucer, 36cm long, Canton (Ghaungzhou), c. 1830-40 Models of Chinese junks/flower boats, were made for European buyers in Canton from the late-18th century, similar models are in the Topkapi Palace Museum, Istanbul and at the Peabody Essex Museum, Salem. Larger examples are in the Victoria & Albert Museum and Musée de la Marine, Paris £200 - £400 897 A Chinese ivory ‘okimono’, carved as an elder on horseback, 16cm high, 19th/early 20th century £100 - £150 898 A Chinese ivory scent bottle, carved in relief as leafy bamboo, 5.5cm long, early 20th century £70 - £100

906

906 A pair of fine 19th century French three-branch, four-light table candelabra, detachable nozzles and flame finials, lotus cast drip pans, raised on fluted cornucopia, tall acanthus cast columns, leafy tripod paw feet, incurved triform bases, 55cm high, c.1860 £1,500 - £2,000

899

899 A Japanese ivory elephant tusk, carved in relief with two lions and three tigers fighting, in colours, 67cm long, Meiji period, the pierced stand 35cm long £1,000 - £1,500

907 An E.P.N.S Corinthian column oil lamp, hobnail cut clear glass globular reservoir, stop fluted column, spreading square base, gadrooned border, 49cm high, early 20th century £60 - £100

900 A Japanese ivory four section inro, carved with a scholar and his companion, to verso with a bridge in a monumental landscape, the sides with lotus, globular ojime carved with leaves and flowers, 9cm long, signed, Meiji period £250 - £350

Snuff Boxes

910 A 19th century elm novelty snuff box, as a shoe, sliding cover, decorated in brass pinwork with sunburst and initials JMB, outlined with studs, 8.5cm long, c.1840 £60 - £100

901 A Japanese ivory netsuke sized okimono, of a miller, 5.5cm high £50 - £70 For more images please visit

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Miniatures

911 A 19th century horn snuff box, hinged cover mounted with silver coloured metal, 9cm wide, c.1850 £50 - £80

925 Indian School (19th century), a pair of portrait miniatures, of a young man and his sweetheart, oval, watercolours on ivory, 12cm x 9cm, mounted in the cover of a box, 29.5cm wide overall £400 - £600

912 A 19th century mussel shell novelty snuff box, the silvered mount with hinged cover engraved with flowerheads and stiff leaves, outlined with wrigglework, 7.5cm wide; a horn snuff box, ‘scimshaw’ engraved with love birds, stag and doe, 6cm wide (2) £50 - £80

926 Adolphus Wing (19th century), a portrait miniature, of a gentleman with curly black hair, bust length, wearing a white stock and orange and red jacket, inscribed to verso Painted by Adolphus Wing, 06 Burton, Brunswick, oval, watercolour on ivory, 5.5cm x 4.5cm £200 - £300

913 A 19th century papier mache waisted circular snuff box, the cover painted with tavern dwellers at pipes and ale, 7.5cm diam, c.1850 £50 - £70

927 English School (19th century), a portrait miniature, of a gentleman, half length, wearing a blue coat, yellow waistcoat and white stock, watercolour on ivory, 7cm x 5.5cm, ebonised frame £120 - £180

928 English School (early 19th century), portrait of a gentleman in a cravat, seated in his study, oil on board, 21cm x 18cm £100 - £150

929 A George III coloured wax portrait, of a gentleman, circular, 7cm diam, William Clay papier mache frame, c.1820 £60 - £100

930 English School (18th century), a portrait miniature, of a lady, her hair tied with a blue ribbon, oval, watercolour on ivory, 7cm x 6cm £100 - £150

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931 English School (early 19th century), a miniature, Harvesting, circular, watercolour on ivory, 4.5cm diam £60 - £80

914 A George III circular snuff box, push-on cover applied with an oval portrait miniature, of a lady wearing a broad rimmed hat, on a powder red ground, tortoiseshell lined, 8cm diam, c.1800 £80 - £120

932 English School (19th century), a portrait miniature, of a gentleman, half length, in profile, wearing a blue jacket and white stock, oval, 8cm x 7cm, ebonised frame £50 - £70

915 A George III ivory circular snuff box, the cover set with a portrait miniature, of a girl wearing a lace trimmed green dressed tied with a ribbon, 6.5cm diam, c.1800 £100 - £150

933 Joseph Pastorini, early 19th century, a portrait miniature, of a young lady, wearing a pair of pendant earrings, white lace empire line dress and candy stripe stole, the verso inscribed J Pastorini Pinxt, May 16th 1823, watercolour on ivory, 8cm x 6cm, in red morocco leather case £100 - £150

916 A softwood novelty snuff box, possibly Pitcairn Islands, as a stylised bird, hinged cover, inscribed with roundels, arcs and stylised leaves, 12cm long, early 20th century £50 - £70

Bijouterie

917 An early 19th century novelty miniature snuff box, as a shoe, decorated with ebony, bone and brass pinwork, sliding cover inset with a brass shield shaped cartouche, 6cm long, c.1820; another, decorated with brass pinwork; another, silvered metal (3) £70 - £100

934 A set of six Art Nouveau silver buttons, cast as a maiden with flowing hair, Henry William King & Son, Chester 1901 (6) £60 - £100

935 A George III South Staffordshire enamel and Sheffield plate snuff box, the domed push-on cover painted with figures inspecting ruins, 4.5cm diam £40 - £60

918 An early 20th century oak novelty table snuff box, as a boat, inscribed Ye Olde Swirl Brice, spreading rectangular base, 15.5cm wide; another, carved with faces, 12.5cm high, part 17th century (2) £80 - £120 For more images please visit

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936 A 19th century Continental silver-gilt mounted enamel egg shaped miniature pendant scent bottle/ vinaigrette, probably Austrian, painted with Reynolds angel and figures in a pastoral landscape, hinged cover, 2.5cm long £100 - £150

945 A George III South Staffordshire enamel rectangular table snuff box, hinged slightly domed cover decorated with a lady and her suitor taking a walk, a young servant boy in attendance, the sides with colourful summer flowers, on a white ground, 8cm wide, c.1775 £100 - £150

937 A 19th century silver coloured metal oval aide memoir, the cover applied with Hope and Anchor, flanked by laurel branches and outlined with wriggle work, enclosing ivory leaves, 8cm over loop, c.1840 £60 - £100

946 A large South Staffordshire enamel oval snuff box, the hinged cover and sides decorated with stylised flowers in oval and shaped cartouches on a pink ground, 8cm wide, c.1780 £350 - £400

938 A 19th century tortoiseshell and silver and gold pique bag shaped evening purse, inlaid with a shield shaped reserve and flowers within a repetitive border, cartouche to verso, 7.5cm wide, c.1875 £60 - £90

947 A late 18th century Birmingham enamel circular snuff box, the hinged cover painted with ships approaching the harbour, 6cm diam, c.1780 £200 - £250

939 A Birmingham enamel oval snuff box, the hinged cover decorated with classical ruin, the fluted sides, 6.5cm wide, c.1760 £200 - £300

948 A late 18th/early 19th century ivory and gold pinwork canted rectangular toothpick case, hinged cover inscribed Souvenir, 8cm wide, c.1800 £60 - £100

940 A Birmingham enamel rectangular snuff box, the hinged cover decorated with boy and girl feeding chickens within white leafy cartouche on a pink ground, the sides with cartouches of stylised flowers, 7.5cm wide, c.1760 £400 - £500

949 A mid 18th century Birmingham enamel rectangular ‘honeysuckle group’ casket, the hinged cover and sides painted with oval reserves of colourful summer flowers, within raised scrolls, picked out in gilt on a blue ground, gilt metal mounts, 7.5cm wide, c.1755 £200 - £300

941 A Continental enamel yellow ground egg bon-bon, gilt metal hinged mounts, 9cm high, c.1760 £100 - £150

942 A Continental Renaissance Revival silver-gilt and enamel zarf type pedestal cup, the hemi-ovoid bowl decorated with scantily clad putti, knopped stem, domed fluted foot, 10.5cm high, 19th century £150 - £200

943 A French Dieppe ivory rounded rectangular vesta case, carved in relief with borders of flowerheads and scrolling foliage, applied with silver coloured, hinged cover, striker to base, 6.5cm long, c.1880 £100 - £150 944 A George III ivory gentleman’s pocket compass, draught turned screw-fitting cover, 4.5cm diam £60 - £100

950

950 A pair of French miniature scent bottles, painted with with roses within a gilt cartouche, on a Bleu Celeste ground, flower stoppers, 6.75cm high, c.1880 £50 - £70

951 A rare 18th century Battersea enamel rectangular plaque,The Madonna, after Ravenet, standing in flowing robes and arms raised, 10.5cm x 8.5cm, c.1753 £80 - £120

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952 A South Staffordshire enamel oval snuff box, the hinged cover decorated with flowers and foliage on a black ground, acanthus scroll cartouche, the yellow ground with stars, 7cm wide, c.1780 Illustrated on the front cover of Benjamin’s English Enamelled Boxes £400 - £500

959 An 18th century Battersea enamel shaped circular plate, the field with classical ruins, moulded borders, picked out in yellow enamel with flowerhead and scrolls, 18cm diam, c.1760 £700 - £800

954 A South Staffordshire enamel oval box, the hinged cover decorated figures fishing, the sides with stylised flowers and foliage, 5.5cm wide, c.1780 £180 - £220

961 An 18th century Birmingham enamel gilt metal mounted rectangular box, the cover rustic building with in shaped pink line and dot reserve, mustard ground with white spots, the sides with floral panels conforming, 6.5cm wide, c.1770 £120 - £180

960 An 18th century Bilston enamel circular box, the cover decorated with lady seated looking out to sea, the sides with flowers, the interior with mirror, 4.5cm diam, c.1760 £100 - £150

953 A South Staffordshire enamel gilt metal mounted box, decorated with colourful floral sprays and sprigs, 8cm wide, c.1770 £60 - £100

955 A South Staffordshire enamel oval box, the hinged cover decorated lady and gentleman, the sides with two cartouches each witha couple dancing and in conversation, on an azure ground, 6cm wide, c.1780 £300 - £400 956 A South Staffordshire enamel oval patch box, the hinged cover decorated man riding a horse, the fluted yellow sides, 3.5cm wide, c.1780 £200 - £250

957 A South Staffordshire enamel rectangular snuff box, the hinged cover decorated with courting couple, within white C-scrolls, the sides with stylised flowers and foliage, 9.5cm wide, c.1780 Illustrated in Benjamin’s English Enamelled Boxes £400 - £500

958 A Victorian ormolu and bloodstone desk seal, cast with flowerheads, fluted stem, 6cm long, cased; a Victorian lacquered bras and amethyst cast as a talon, clasping a spear; a Victorian novelty serpentine Stanhope charm, as a barrel; an unusual hardstone seal, the long stem formed from sample marbles; etc (8) £60 - £100

962

962 An 18th century enamel novelty bonboniere, as a horse’s head, with features, forelock and bridle, hinged cover with huntsman taking a fence, 7.5cm long, c.1775 £1,000 - £1,500

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963 An 18th century South Staffordshire type enamel oval plaque, painted in polychrome with a family in an Italianate landscape, 13.5cm x 11cm, giltwood and gesso frame £80 - £120

964 An Art Nouveau silver and enamel insect brooch pendant, cast and pierced with a large winged insect, amongst sylised seed pods and flowerheads, 9cm wide, c.1905 (pin missing); a small St Nouveau silver coloured metal and blue enamel brooch, centred with a circular mother-pf pearl boss, 3.5cm wide, c.1905; another (3) £60 - £100 965 An early 20th century Continental enamel miniature boudoir timepiece, 2cm circular dial inscribed with Roman numerals, keyless movement, the cartouche shaped case decorated with a courting couple, on a red engine turned ground, within a border of scrolls, 8.5cm high, c.1920 £200 - £300

Oriental Art and Bronzes

966 A 19th century Japanese fan, painted with attendants, the lacquered sticks applied in gilt with flowerheads and leafy scrolls, 50cm wide, Meiji period £60 - £100

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967 A Cantonese hardwood rectangular box, hinged cover, carved overall in relief with figures and pagodas amongst blossoming prunus, 24.5cm wide, c.1900 £60 - £100

968 A cast and patinated Buddha, seated in the lotus position, 17cm high, probably 17th century £150 - £200

969 A Chinese bamboo bitong brush pot, carved in relief with bearded figures at work in the forest, 13.5cm high, early 20th century, hardwood stand £50 - £70

970 A Chinese bamboo carving, of an emaciated monk, seated in contemplation, his prayer beads in his hand, 14cm high, 19th century, hardwood stand £300 - £400 971 A Chinese boxwood carving, of a scholar, he stands, holding a scroll, 31cm high, 19th century, hardwood base £100 - £150 972 A Chinese boxwood figure, carved as a monk, he stands, holding prayer beads, 21cm high, early 20th century £60 - £100

973 A Chinese buckle, set with oval lapis lazuli and red stone cabachons, 9cm wide £50 - £80

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976 A Chinese dark patinated bronze gu shaped vase, in Archaic style, broad flared rim, 19cm high £100 - £150 977 A Chinese hardstone carving, of a temple lion, in the archaic taste, hardwood stand, 4cm long; another (2) £50 - £70

978 A Chinese hardwood carving, of a boy on the back of a buffalo, carved and pierced stand, 25cm wide, c.1900 £60 - £100

979 A Chinese hardwood carving, of a ring of three temple lions, 10cm diam, 19th century £300 - £400

980 A Chinese hardwood carving, of the smiling Buddha, seated, holding prayer beads, 18cm high, late 19th century £60 - £100 981 A Chinese jade carving, in the Archaic style, of a mythical beast, 8cm long, hardwood stand £60 - £90

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982 A Chinese jade carving, of a curled beast, in Archaic style, 5cm diam £150 - £200

983 A Chinese jade ring, 3.25cm diam; a coral pendant, carved as the head of Guanyin, gold mount, 3cm long; another, similar (3) £300 - £400

984 A Chinese padouk wood rectangular stand, rounded rectangular top above a deep frieze pierced with scrolls, shaped legs, 28cm high, 48cm wide, c.1900 £80 - £120 985 A Chinese rectangular silk panel, embroidered with jardiniere of peonies and precious objects, 55cm x 83cm £60 - £100

986 A Chinese rootwood carving, of a bearded elder, 39cm high, 19th century £100 - £150 987 A Chinese silk picture, brightly worked with a pheasant amongst blossom, 71cm x 54cm, late 19th century £100 - £150

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988 A Chinese soapstone carving, of leafy bamboo and blossoming prunus, 17cm high £60 - £100

974 A Chinese carved, lacquered and gilt sectional altar figure, of the Buddha, seated in the lotus position, lotus socle, circular base, enclosed within a lacquer cabinet, 41cm high overall, paper label for Italian retailer Gius Gandolfi, 19th century £200 - £300

989 A Chinese tiger’s eye carving, of Buddha, he stands, smiling, 12cm high, hardwood base; an owl, similar (2) £60 - £100

990 A Chinese water buffalo horn libation cup, pierced and carved with prunus in a monumental landscape, overseen by an immortal, 9.5cm high, signed £200 - £300

975 A Chinese cloisonne ovoid vase, decorated with flowers on a red ground, 18cm high £100 - £150

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999 A pair of Chinese dark patinated bronze ovoid vases, incise cast with attendants, animals, flowers and dragons, flowering branch handles, 22cm high, late 19th century £60 - £100

991 A Japanese boxwood and ivory okimono, of a Samurai warrior, he stands, brandishing swords, 22.5cm high, Meiji period £150 - £200

1000 A pair of Chinese hardwood carvings, of long bearded warriors, each holding weapons and precious objects, 30cm and 31cm high, late 19th/early 20th century £120 - £180

992 A Japanese boxwood novelty tobacco box, probably Kobe, carved as a grotesque figure, seated cross-legged, mother of pearl eyes, 11cm high, Meiji period; a pipe, 21cm long (2) £150 - £200

993 A Japanese cloisonne slender ovoid vase, decorated with large pink, purple and blue flowers on a silvered ground, signed £100 - £150 994 A Japanese ivory and lacquer rectangular panel, decorated with a young boy playing a drum, in a garden, the frame with flowers and scrolling foliage, 23.5cm x 20cm overall, Meiji period £60 - £100

995 A Japanese ivory table lighter, the octagonal base engraved and coloured with tigers, 8.5cm high, early 20th century £50 - £70

996 A Japanese lacquer four-section inro, decorated with leaves in tones of red and gilt, 7cm long, early 20th century; a hardwood netsuke, carved as a mouse, 4.5cm long (2) £80 - £120

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997 A Japanese silkwork panel, worked with blue jays amongst wisteria, 68cm x 56cm, Meiji period £80 - £120

1001 A pair of Chinese hardwood carvings, of smiling rotund figures, each standing, with arms raised, 10.5cm high, early 20th century £50 - £80

998 A near pair of carved jadeite temple lions, each modeled resting their heads on shaped boulders, 7cm and 6.5cm long(2) £350 - £400 For more images please visit

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1002 A pair of Chinese hardwood carvings, of the rotund Buddah, seated, inlaid with silver wire, 12cm high, c.1900 £100 - £150

1003 A pair of Chinese jade rectangular panels, painted with figures, characters and seal marks to verso, 12.5cm x 7.5cm, padouk wood frames, 19th century £50 - £80

1004 A pair of Chinese rootwood figures, carved as a bearded elder and an attendant, 30cm high, 19th century £100 - £150

1005 An Asian dark patinated bronze sculptural fragment, the head of Buddha, 12cm high, mounted on an oak plinth, 19cm high overall £60 - £100

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1011 A pair of Japanese cloisonne ovoid vases, the everted rims above ferocious scaly dragons on a deep blue ground, wooden stands, 17cm high, Meiji period £200 - £300

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1006 Japanese School (Meiji period), a brown patinated bronze, of a ferocious tiger, prowling, glass eyes, 39cm long, signed £300 - £400 1007 Wong Sim Hong (Chinese late 19th/early 20th century) A pair, Flowers in Cloisonne Bowls and Vases signed, watercolours and gouache on silk, 80cm x 41cm £300 - £400 1008 A pair of Chinese ivory knife handles, pierced and carved with grotesque figures amongst leafy scrolls, 11.5cm and 12cm long, 18th/19th century, mounted on a Victorian carving knife and fork £60 - £100

1009 A Japanese brown and dark patinated page turner, shaped blade, the haft in relief with stylised frog and lily pad, 36cm long, early 20th century £40 - £60

1010 A Chinese silk panel, decorated in raised work with a ferocious dragon amongst scrolling clouds, 63cm x 93cm, late 19th century £150 - £200 1012

1012 Asian School (18th/19th century), a bronze, of a kylin, seated, 21.5cm high £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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1013 Asian School (late 19th century), a dark patinated bronze, of a female nude, she stands, she stands, provocatively, her hands behind her head, lotus carved hardwood base, 18cm high £100 - £150 1014 Chinese School (19th century) Fanciful Birds watercolour on silk, 15cm x 30cm £50 - £70 1015 Chinese School (19th/early 20th century), an Official and his Wife, watercolour on scroll £100 - £150

1016 Chinese School, a dark patinated bronze, Guanyin, standing, holding a scroll, 30cm high £60 - £100 1017 Chinese School, a dark patinated bronze, of the rotund Budai, typically seated, pierced and carved hardwood base, 20cm wide £100 - £150 1018 Japanese School (Meiji period) A Pair, Geishas and Samurai watercolours on silk, 64cm x 13cm £100 - £150

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1019 Japanese School (Meiji period) Geisha watercolour on silk, 76.5cm x 29.5cm £100 - £150

1021 Japanese School, (Meiji period), a dark patinated bronze figure of an elder, he stands wearing robe and sandals, applied with flowers, foliage and geometrical motifs picked out in gilt, signed by Miyao Eisuke of Yokohama, rectangular padouk wood stand, decorated in gilt with scrolls and leaves, the underside lacquered, 29cm high £1,500 - £2,000

1020 Japanese School (Meiji period), a dark patinated bronze, of a young monkey, seated, clutching an ivory banana, hardwood base, 13cm high £100 - £150

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Textiles

1040 1022 A Chinese silk picture, worked with sampans on a river, a pagoda on the shore, 19cm x 24cm, late 19th century £40 - £60

1036 A George III silk picture, The Suitor, 25cm x 19cm, c.1810, maple frame £60 - £100 1037 A George III silk picture, worked with mother, child and grandmother, oval, 34cm x 26.5cm, c.1810 £50 - £80

1030 A 19th century circular wool and beadwork panel, worked in colour with royal coat of arms, 39.5cm diam, c.1850 £50 - £80

1038 A George IV needlework sampler, by H Morley, Wrought in the 10th Year of Her Age, Dec. 23rd 1828, worked with Alphabet, trees, birds, flowers and animals, 42cm x 42cm; others (3) £100 - £150

1031 A family pair of George III rectangular needlework samplers, by sisters Sarah and Mary Fogg, worked in coloured wools with alphabet, verse birds, flowers and butterflies, meandering flowering borders, 50cm x 28cm, dated 1804. £80 - £120 1032 A George III oval silk panel, worked in colours with summer flowers, 31.5cm x 26cm, c.1810; another, similar, rectangular (2) £50 - £70

1039 A George IV needlework sampler, by Mary Turvey, Aged 14, Finished Dec 19 1828, worked in coloured wools with a named view of St Paul’s Church, Covent Garden, London, verse, trees, squirrels angels and birds, within a repetitive border of flowering leafy stems, 39cm x 40cm £60 - £100

1034 A George III sampler, embroidered by Mary Cook in the 13 Year of Her Age, 1794, with building, stylised trees, stags and angels, meandering floral border, 40cm x 32cm £60 - £100

1041 An early 18th century embroidered panel, mounted as a fire screen, the textile c.1720, the screen c.1900 £40 - £60

1033 A George III oval silk picture, The Family, oval, 23cm x 19cm, c.1810 £40 - £60

1040 A pair of 19th century rectangular woolwork pictures, depicting busy Venice canals and streets, 47cm x 63cm £120 - £180

1042 A George III rectangular needlework sampler, Susanna Walker’s Work, Aged 10, 1813, worked in coloured wools with bluebird, lion, house, flowers and verse, within flowering meandering border, 40cm x 39cm £50 - £70

1035 A George III sampler, embroidered by Sarah Petty, the daughter of William and Ann Petty, Aged 8, 1806, in colours with alphabet, stylised buildings, birds and flowers, 41cm x 38cm £50 - £70

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Taxidermy

1044 A pair of 19th century rhinoceros feet carriers, 20cm high £200 - £300

1045 A walrus head, wire whiskers, bold projecting tusks, shield shaped mount, 44cm high £700 - £1,000 1046 Taxidermy - a deer’s head, 87cm high, oak shield mount £60 - £100

1047 Taxidermy - a pair of birds of prey, arranged amongst ferns, moss and grasses, scumbled case, 46cm high, 61cm wide, c.1900 £100 - £150 1048 Taxidermy - a tawny owl, mounted amongst grasses and moss, glass dome, ebonised base, 40cm high, c.1900 £80 - £120

1049 Taxidermy - a terrapin, 17.5cm long, 19th century; others (3) £60 - £100

1050 Taxidermy - an arrangement of birds, by F A Gardner, Naturalist, Woodchester, near Stroud, blue jay, humming bird, woodcocks, others, arranged amongst branches, mosses and grasses, the case 61cm high, 53cm wide, paper label to verso, c.1900 £100 - £150

Wine

1060 Cognac - Augier Freres and Co. Very Rich Old Cognac 1878, Established 1643, foil seal worn but intact, level low neck, 1878 visible on cork inside bottle, labels worn £300 - £500

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1061 A 19th century steel and brass combination corkscrew and champagne tap, turned ebonised handle, 18.5cm long overall £40 - £60 1062 A James Heeley & Sons A1 Patent double lever corkscrew, 17cm long, 19th century £60 - £100

1063 Bodegas Marques De Murrieta, Caslillo Ygay Rioja, Gran Reserva Especial Cosecha 1970, 75cl, 13% vol, level at base of neck, wooden case £50 - £70 1064 Chateau Haut-Brion 1961, Premier Grand Cru Classe, 75cl, capsule intact, level high shoulder, label damaged £100 - £150

Weapons and Militaria

1065 A 3rd Dragoon Guards Other Ranks brass helmet, red and black plume, chin strap with rose bosses, 36cm high £300 - £400

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1066 A 3rd Dragoon Guards Other Ranks brass helmet, red and black plume, chin strap with rose bosses, 36cm high £300 - £400

1076 A British 1827 pattern sword, the pierced guard with crown, ribbon and bugle insignia, 32.25ins blade, wire bound shagreen grip, engraved 83cm fullered blade, metal mounted black leather scabbard, 100cm long overall £100 - £150

1067 A 19th century percussion pistol, by Dooley, Liverpool, 12.5cm octagonal barrel, the lockplate signed and engraved with scrolling foliage, full mahogany stock, chequered grip, 25cm long overall £100 - £150

1077 A Fairbairn-Sykes fighting knife, third pattern, 17cm pointed double-edged blade, ring grip, 28.5cm long overall £100 - £150

1068 A British infantry officers 1897 pattern sword, 82cm straight pointed fullered blade engraved with GV cypher, marked Hawkesworth, Sheffield, plated pierced steel hilt, wire bound shagreen grip, leather covered scabbard, 102cm overall, c.1915 £60 - £100

1078 A Lincoln Jefferies .177 air rifle, underlever tap loading type, semi-pistol grip stock, stamped, 112cm long, no.21576 £100 - £200

1079 A Malayan kris, 34cm wavy blade, the hardwood handle pierced and carved with flowers and scrolling foliage, wooden scabbard, 44cm long, 19th/early 20th century £40 - £60

1069 A Spanish Mauser bayonet, 42cm long single edge fullered blade marked at ricasso ARTILLARIA NACIONAL Toledo, chequered wooden grips, c1893; an American World War I bayonet, 43cm long, single edge fullered blade marked at ricasso with grenade emblem US 1917 Remington, wooden grips with two cross cuts, green leather scabbard, leather frog, c.1917 ; a British artillery bayonet, 1879 pattern for Martini-Henry, 65cm long half-fullered blade, saw back, double edge sword point, narrow steel knuckle guard, leather grips with rivets, ricasso marked WD 9/85, and ‘90, WR on back edge, c.1885 (3) £70 - £100

1080 A Naval Officer’s sword, by Henry Wilkinson of Pall Mall, London, serial number 58130, 80cm straight, spear point blade, etched with crown, fouled anchor, Royal Arms and foliage, retailer Gieves, Ltd London, Portsmouth & Devonport, gilt brass hilt, lion head pommel, wire-bound shagreen grip, brass mounted black leather scabbard, 95cm long overall £180 - £220 1081 A pair of early 19th century pocket percussion pistols, walnut stocks, engraved Jackson, London, 14.5cm long £100 - £200

1070 A ‘Manton’ double-barrel shotgun, 17mm bore, 75cm long barrels finely etched, engraved MANTON LONDON on bar, lock-plates engraved with foliate decoration, wooden stock chequered at wrist, metal butt plate, 118cm long overall** Certificate Required** £300 - £500

1082 An 18th/19th century leather powder flask, stitched borders, steel suspension loop, 17cm long £60 - £100

1083 An early 19th century flintlock sporting gun, 76.5cm barrel, mahogany stock, chequered grip, 115cm long overall. £200 - £300

1071 A Belgian saloon pistol, 20.5cm octagonal sighted barrel, marked ELG, Z, Leclercq Prevete 396, wooden grip, 32cm long overall £120 - £180

1084 An early 19th century Continental percussion pistol, 19cm octagonal barrel, the hammer and lockplate engraved with scrolling foliage, steel ramrod, half-stock, fluted grip, 30cm long overall £200 - £300

1072 A 19th century dagger, 14.5cm pointed double-edged blade, scroll quillons, turned ivory grip, bone pommel, 26cm long overall, leather scabbard £60 - £100

1073 A 19th century Indian or Persian dagger, 23cm single edged blade decorated with lunettes and intersecting bands, steel, brass and wooden grip, 35.5cm long overall £40 - £60

1085 An Eastern bichaq type dagger, possibly Indian, 21.5cm slightly curved double-edged blade with hooked guard to base, the horn handle shaped and carved as a stylised bird, 30cm long overall, 19th century £60 - £100

1074 A 19th century percussion pistol, by Sutton, Nottingham, 13cm octagonal barrel, the lockplate engraved with scrolling foliage, chequered grip, 23cm long overall £80 - £120

1086 An Indian tulwar, 77cm curved single edged fullered blade, steel grip, disc pommel, 90cm long, 19th century £60 - £100

1075 A 19th century six barrelled pepperbox percussion pistol, 7.5cm barrel, the lock plate engraved with scrolling foliage, two-piece wooden grip, 20cm long overall £150 - £200

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1087 An Indian/Persian kard type dagger, 30cm single edged blade, bone two-piece grip, 43cm long, 19th century £40 - £60

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1088 British No.4 Mark 11 spike bayonets of varying socket fabrication in MK1 Mk11 and MK111 scabbards, blades 20cm long, (7) c. 1940-1950 £50 - £80

1097 A Japanese rounded rectangular iron wakizashi tsuba, cast and pierced with flowering stems, 6.5cm wide; another, similar, 6.1cm wide; another, pierced but plain, 6.3cm wide, Edo period (3) £100 - £150

1089 A Japanese circular iron katana tsuba, crudely cast but plain, 7.6cm diam; another, cast with leaves, traces of shakudo decoration, 7.4cm diam; another, rounded rectangular, cast with tortoise shell panels, pierced with two suspension holes, 7.6cm wide, Edo period (3) £60 - £100

1098 A Japanese quatrefoil iron tsuba, cast with an elderly gentleman and lady, traces of shakudo decoration, 7.3cm wide; another, oval, cast with a figure beneath a tree, traces of shakudo decoration, 7cm wide; another, circular, cast with a figure, 7.1cm diam, Edo period (3) £100 - £150

1090 A Japanese iron oval tanto tsuba, oval, cast with dragons amongst swirling clouds, 5.8cm wide; another, cast with an elderly gentleman, 5.6cm wide; another, cast with animals, traces of shakudo decoration, 5.6cm wide, Edo period (3) £100 - £150

1102 Militaria, Cap Badges, mainly British in brass and white metal (*75); collars; buttons; dog tag; War Service badges £200 - £300

1103 Militaria, World War Two, Fairbairn Sykes fighting knife by Wilkinson Sword, in original leather scabbard the metal tip of which is missing, with provenance £1,000 - £1,500

1091 A Japanese oval iron wakizashi tsuba, cast with animals amongst foliate scrolls, 6.7cm wide; another, pierced as fungi, 6.5cm wide; another, oval, pierced with trefoils, 6.7cm diam, Edo period (3) £100 - £150

1104 Militaria, World War One, Royal Flying Corps officers’ cap badge; postcards and military portraits; world War One Dog Fight pen and ink drawing signed H.P. Illsley, 1918 in glazed frame; other later ephemera including Local Defence Volunteers pass £50 - £80

1092 A Japanese iron oval tanto tsuba, pierced and cast with geometric strapwork and lines within a gadrooned rim, 5.9cm wide; another, 5.2cm wide; another, with traces of shakudo decoration, 4.8cm wide, Edo period (3) £100 - £150

1105 A Naval officer’s bicorn hat, with gilt braid, 42cm long; a tin bicorn hat box, by W. Cater & Co, 56 Pall Mall, London, name cartouche for Brig. Gen J.P. Rolt £80 - £120

1093 A Japanese oval iron tanto tsuba, cast with a warrior on horseback beneath a stylised tree, traces of shakudo, indistinctly signed, 5.cm wide; another, cast with radiating lines, 5.4cm wide; another, rectangular, of crude construction, 5.6cm wide, Edo period (3) £100 - £150

1106 Medals - German World War I, five family Iron Cross groups, framed with photographs, 49.5cm x 39cm £200 - £250

Musical Instruments

1094 A Japanese circular iron katana tsuba, crudely cast but plain, 7.6cm diam; another, cast with leaves, traces of shakudo decoration, 7.4cm diam; another, rounded rectangular, cast with tortoise shell panels, pierced with two suspension holes, 7.6cm wide, Edo period (3) £100 - £150

1107 A Gibson Les Paul electric guitar. A Gibson Custom Shop 2004 reissue of a 1957 Gibson Les Paul Goldtop, twin humbucking pickups, 22 fret rosewood fingerboard, mahogany body and neck, serial number 7 4015. Black Gibson case, certificate of authenticity. Model number LPR7AGNH £2,500 - £3,000

1095 A Japanese rectangular iron tanto tsuba, cast and pierced with C-scrolls to re-entrant angles, 4.3cm wide; another, oval, cast and pierced with a crane standing under a blossoming tree, 4.5cm diam; another, cast and pierced with interlaced loops and branches, gadrooned border, 5cm wide, Edo period (3) £100 - £150

1107A A Gibson Les Paul Junior electric guitar. A Gibson Custom Shop 2008 reissue of a 1957 Gibson Les Paul Junior, cherry red mahogany body and neck, 22 fret rosewood fingerboard, serial number 7 8627. Brown Gibson case. £1,500 - £2,000

1096 A Japanese oval iron wakizashi tsuba, engraved and chased with fruiting foliage, 6.5cm wide; another, cast with a farmer and his water buffalo, 6.5cm wide; another, lobed oval, cast and pierced with dragons and strapwork, 6.5cm wide, Edo period (3) £100 - £150

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1108 A Fender Stratocaster electric guitar. A 2004 fiftieth anniversary reissue American Fender Stratocaster. Tobacco sunburst finish, ash body, maple neck, serial number Z4036471, aniversary logo on the neck plate. Fiftieth anniversary tweed hard case with gold plush lining and anniversary logo. Fender strap. £1,000 - £1,500

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1108A A Fender Telecaster electric guitar. A 2007 Joe Strummer edition Fender Telecaster, factory distressed look, serial number MZ7079614, limited edition art customization kit that includes Strummer-inspired stencils, stickers and graphics by designer Shepard Fairey, which accompanied the first 1500 models. Black hard case.

1111 A 19th century crossbanded walnut and ebonised, upright polyphon, The Britannia, Ste. Croix, Switzerland, playing 23cm discs, the case with clock to pediment flanked by turned finials, above a pair of rectangular doors transfer printed in polychrome with Britannia and Royal arms, skirted base, turned feet, Reg. 370254, 67cm high, 42cm wide, c.1870 (for restoration) £100 - £150

Joe Strummer (1952-2002) was, of course, the Clash's fiery co-founder, lyricist, rhythm guitarist and lead singer; he later founded, recorded and toured with the Mescaleros. His Telecaster (currently on display in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland), was an otherwise standard '60s-era model with all the original parts and specifications. When Strummer bought it in 1975 for £120, the guitar had a Three-color Sunburst finish. He was having none of that, of course, but his improvised DIY grey and black finish deteriorated quickly, giving the guitar its distinctive look. Like Strummer's music, the battered guitar changed constantlyplastered as it was with stencils, stickers and new paint jobs through the many stages of Strummer's life and career. £800 - £1,000

1112 A 19th century Swiss walnut and marquetry rectangular music box, by Nicole Freres, 32cm cylinder playing eight airs on a single-piece comb, the case inlaid with leafy scrolls, outlined with boxwood stringing, 51.5cm wide, c.1870 £200 - £300

1113 A 19th century violin, the one-piece back 37cm to top of button, ebonised tuning pegs, outlined throughout with purfling, 59.5cm long overall, the button stamped W.B.R, possibly Wurlitzer Brothers, cased £60 - £100 1114 A German violin, the two-piece back 36.75cm to top of button, outlined throughout with purfling, ebony tuning pegs, 60cm long overall, c.1900cased, the bow un-named £60 - £100

1109 A 19th century German violin, two-piece back, 37cm long, bow ensuite, cased £60 - £100

1115 A German violin, the two-piece back 37.5cm to top of button, outlined throughout with purfling, ebonised tuning pegs, 59cm long overall £60 - £100

1110 A 19th century child’s violin, the two-piece back 27.5cm to top of button, outlined throughout with purfling, rosewood tuning pegs, 46cm long overall, Stradivarius label, c.1890 £60 - £100

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1116 A military bassoon, by Boosey & Co, Makers, 295 Regent Street, London, in five sections, silvered mounts, numbered 11793, 26.5cm long, cased £100 - £150

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1122 A World War II leather bound two-draw telescope, by W Ottway and Co. Ltd., Ealing, London, 812, 63.5cm long £50 - £70

1117 A violin, the two-piece back 32cm to top of button, outlined throughout with purfling, the scroll stamped Conservatory Straduari, Straduvarvarius label, 52cm long overall; a bow, stamped Bausch, ebony frog with mother of pearl roundel, 60.5cm long (2) £60 - £100

1123 William Jones - A New Portable Orrery, 19.5cm diam platform with printed plate for seasons, months and star signs with mechanical geared earth and moon revolving around a gilt sun, instruction book, cased £400 - £600

1118 A violin, the two-piece back 35.25cm to top of button, outlined throughout with purfling, rosewood tuning pegs, 57cm long overall £60 - £100

Cameras and Scientific Instruments

1119 Photograpy - A Micro-Precision Products Ltd. MPP MkVIII 5x4 plate camera, with a Wray Lustrar f4.5 lens with Compur shutter and a Wray f6.3 wide angle with Compur shutter, cased with accessories and filters.c 1963. £150 - £200 1119A Photography - C.P.Goerz, Berlin. An Ango 9x12cm plate camera, Dagor f6.8 lens, with plates, cased c.1906. £50 - £80

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1120 Photography - Ernst Leitz GmbH, Wetzlar. A Leica III (a), serial number 221584, c1936 with a Sumar 50mm f1.2 lens, leather case; a Leica Gelb filter. £80 - £120

1124 A 19th century lacquered brass monocular microscope, by H Aitken, Optician, Manchester, single drawer barrel, adjustable stage, concave/plano mirror, folding tripod base, 38cm high, ensuite with an arrangement of lenses, accessories and ivory slides, the mahogany case 29cm wide £100 - £150

1121 A 19th century black painted and silvered brass monocular microscope, by Carl Zeiss, Jena, no.6961, rack and pinion adjustment, sub-stage condenser, concave/plano mirror, ensuite with an arrangement of lenses and accessories, mahogany case marked C Baker, High Holborn, London, 38cm wide £150 - £200

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1125 Science & Natural History - a collection of microscope slides, prepared by White, Nottingham, W Watson & Sons, London and others, various subjects, polariscope objects, insects, anatomical, foraminifera, diatomacea and vegetable sections, including Horn of Roebuck, Section Hoof of Horse, Caleoplera Soldier Beetle, Sting of Wasp, Poison Gland and Duct, Kidney of Cat, Human Liver, Embryo OystersHead of Mouse, Intestine of Snake, others (144), the pine case with hinged cover and fall front enclosing twelve sliding trays, 21cm wide £100 - £150

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1133 Tribal Art - a Zulu knobkerrie type hardwood club, ridged bulbous head, slightly curved and tapered shaft, 58cm long, South Africa, 19th century £100 - £150

Tribal Art and Antiquities

1134 Tribal Art - a Zulu knobkerrie, compressed globular head, long shaft with wire collar, 62cm long, South Africa, c.1900; an African hide bound quiver, 64cm long (2) £60 - £100 1135 Tribal Art - an African wooden bust, carved as an elder, head and shoulders, rectangular plinth, 24cm high £50 - £80

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1136 Tribal Art - an Australian Aboriginal boomerang, carved with bands of lunettes, 62cm wide, early 20th century; another, 47cm wide (2) £80 - £120

1130

1130 Antiquities - an Egyptian alabaster head, 23cm high £700 - £1,000

1131 Tribal Art - a small Aboriginal woomera, 31cm long £60 - £100

1137

1137 Tribal Art - an early 20th century Massi (Tanzanier) turned ivory rn shaped snuff container, detachable hide cover, decorated with bead work and metal studs, long suspension chain, 7cm high £300 - £500

1132 Tribal Art - a warthog tusk, carved in relief with crocodile and figures, 18cm long, West Africa, c.1900 £100 - £150 For more images please visit

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Bronzes

1142

1143

1142 Edouard Drouot (1859 - 1945), a brown patinated bronze, of a scantily glad nymph, listening intently, signed in the maquette, incurved base, 59.5cm high £1,500 - £2,000

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1143 Justin Chrysostome Sanson (1833 - 1910), a dark patinated bronze, Le Danseur de Saltarello, signed in the maquette, inscribed Roma, waisted circular base, 71cm high £1,500 - £2,500

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1144

1146

1144 Jean Baptiste Germain (1845 - 1910), a brown patinated bronze, La Rosee, signed in the maquette, inscribed Salon 1897, Rococo ormolu base cast with leafy scrolls, 79.5cm high £2,500 - £3,500

1146 Adolphe Jean Lavergne (1863 - 1928), a brown patinated bronze, THe Snake Charmer, the African boy stands, wearing a headdress and loin cloth, signed in the maquette, 53cm high £1,500 - £2,000

1145 Continental School (20th century), a verdigris patinated bronze, of a stylised horse, 77cm high £300 - £500

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1147 Austrian School (19th century), a dark patinated bronze, of a kangaroo, circular base, 11cm high £100 - £150

1148 Austrian School (late 19th century), a dark patinated bronze, of a songbird, 12cm long, marked F.B. Geschutzt, onyx base £70 - £100

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1154 Continental School (early 20th century), a dark patinated portrait bust, Zulu Chief, 18cm high £40 - £60 1155 Continental School (early 20th century), an Art Deco silvered bronze, of a young female nude, rectangular green onyx base, 10cm wide £120 - £180

1156 Continental School (late 19th century), a bronze, of a hound, oval base, 11cm high overall £60 - £100 1157 Continental School, a bronze roundel, Christ crowned with thorns, 22.5cm diam £70 - £100

1150

1150 Chotka (Austrian, early 20th century) a pair of dark patinated bronzes, of rearing elephants, ivory tusks, signed in the maquette, 17cm high £150 - £200

1151

1151 Continental School (19th century), a dark patinated bronze,of a nude Bacchic nymph, reclining on a tiger skin, 22.5cm wide £120 - £180 1152 Continental School (19th century), a patinated bronze, of a St Bernard, 25cm long £60 - £100

1158

1158 English/Scottish School (19th century), a dark patinated bronze portrait plaque, Sir Walter Scott, in profile, bust length, lotus border, 13.5cm x 11cm £60 - £100 1159 F Rosdiel, a dark patinated bronze, Playground Games, signed in the maquette, Art Union of London, square marble base, 23cm high £100 - £150

1160 Ferdinand Levillain (1837 - 1905), a pair of fine brown and gilt patinated Etruscan two-handled bronze vases, everted rims, scroll handles, stop-fluted bases, cast overall with figures, fruiting vine, anthemion and attendants, Barbidienne foundry marks, signed in the maquette, 35cm high, c.1875 £1,500 - £2,500

1153

1153 Continental School (early 20th century), a bronze, The Eternal Optimist, the polar bear peers over the edge of the ice, 18cm wide £80 - £120

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1165

1172

1161 Francis William Doyle-Jones (1873-1938), a dark patinated bronze, King Edward VII, in shooting attire. signed, dated 1910, the ebonised plinth marked Garrard & Co, Haymarket, London £200 - £300

1168 French School (early 20th century), a dark patinated bronze,The Young Angler, in distinctly signed H Cou**, marble base, 12.5cm high £50 - £70

1163 French School (19th century), a dark patinated bronze,The Pesky Flea, study of a bulldog, marble base, 17cm wide overall £100 - £150

1170 G Riaddi, Venezia, after, a carved wooden figure, of a rotund gentleman taking snuff, he stands, a cane under his arm, a pewter box in his hand, the plinth base signed, 83cm high £600 - £1,000

1169 French School (late 19th/early 20th century), a dark patinated bronze, of a muse, she stands, in flowing robes, strumming a lyre, socle base, 17cm high £100 - £150

1162 French School (19th century), a dark patinated bronze, of a shepherd, circular base, 12.5cm high £60 - £100

1164 French School (19th century), a gilt bronze, Faithful Friends, a farmer and his dog, 10cm high, rectangular wooden base £50 - £80

1171 Grand Tour School (19th century), a dark patinated bronze, of a naked putti riding a dolphin, canted rectangular belge noir base, 12cm high £80 - £120

1165 French School (19th century), a patinated bronze bust, of an exotic princess, stepped malachite base, 27.5cm high £150 - £200

1172 Henri Pernot (1859 - 1937), a patinated bronze, of a scantily clad young boy, at the water’s edge, in the Art Nouveau taste, bell to base, signed in the maquette, Susse Freres foundry mark, 19cm high £150 - £200

1166 French School (19th century), a patinated bronze, of a sphinx, marble base, 22.5cm wide £100 - £150

1173 Italian School (19th century), a pair of patinated cabinet bronzes, of playful satyrs, circular marble bases, 13cm high £80 - £120

1167 French School (19th century), an alabaster portrait bust, of a Bacchic maiden, waisted socle, columnar base carved with ribbon-tied flowering swags, 46cm high £120 - £180

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1174 Italian School (19th century), after the Antique, a dark patinated bronze, Spinario, seated, removing the thorn from his foot, circular base, 19cm high £60 - £100 122

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1175 Italian School, after Antonio Canova, cararra marble, Allegorical of Reading and Writing, both seated, naked, one with a book, the other as a scribe, 49cm high £600 - £1,000

1176 Leo Laporte Blairsy (1867 - 1923), a gilt bronze, Favourite Doll, signed in the maquette, turned marble socle, 25cm high £300 - £400 1177 Oliver (late 19th/early 20th century), a carrara marble bust, of an actress, spreading square socle, signed, 49cm high £200 - £300 1178 Renault (late 19th century), a dark patinated portrait bust, Napoleon Bonaparte, turned sienna marble socle, signed in the maquette, 20cm high £120 - £180

1179 M W Blackden (exh.1890), a bronzed compostion figure, Nude Bather Surprised, signed maquette, 97cm high; a Sheraton Revival mahogany tapered square statuary pedestal, outlined throughout with satinwood banding and barber pole, boxwood and ebony stringing, 109cm high, 25cm wide, c.1905 (2) £150 - £200

1170

1180

1180 Cesare Lapini, after, white marble, Quanto Ti Vo Bene, he stands, in Neapolitan dress, holding a stick across his shoulders, circular titled base, 83cm high, inscribed ‘C. Lapini, Firenze, dated 1888

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Provenance Drakelow Hall

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£600 - £1,000


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

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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 Two

Thursday 13th February at 2.30pm

Pictures, Prints, Maps & Books

Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers


Watercolour 1192 A Chaplin Classical Ruins singed, dated 1907, oval, watercolour, 9cm x 26cm £50 - £80

1193

1193 American School (19th century) Hudson River with Steamboat watercolour, 31.5cm x 44.5cm

1194 Arthur John Black (1855 - 1936) On the Basingstoke Canal signed, watercolour, 36cm x 44cm

£100 - £150 £60 - £80

1195 Birkett-Foster Feeding the Chickens bears monogram, watercolour, 15cm x 22.5cm; another, extensive coastal landscape, 8.5cm x 12cm (2) £80 - £120

1196 Brigid Wright (1939 - 2000) Family Group signed, pencil drawing, 46.5cm x 59cm

1189

1189 Lawson Wood (1878 - 1957) A Pair, The Young Idea and More Scotch signed, watercolour, 35cm x 24.5cm 1190 Dutch School (19th century) Busy Rural Life signed, watercolour, 22cm x 52cm

1197 Carleton Grant (1860 - 1930) The Ford signed, watercolour, 48cm x 28cm Stocksfield Studio label to verso, Item No.553, Allsopp Collection provenance £150 - £200

£200 - £300

1198 Cecil Collins Stylised Lovebirds bears signature, mixed media, 25cm x 30cm

£100 - £150

1191 Reginald Daniel Sherrin (1891 - 1971) Near Lamorna Cove, Cornwall, signed, watercolour and gouache £100 - £150

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£60 - £100

1199 Cecil Hodgkinson (1895 - 1979) Mallards In Flight Over a Lake signed, watercolour, 26cm x 42cm

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£500 - £700 £60 - £100


1200 Cecilia Jaquet (1889 - 1893) River Estuary with Boats signed, watercolour, 16cm x 26cm

£60 - £100

Provenance: Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield

£60 - £100

1201 Charles Piggott of Sheffield Highland Cattle in the Shallows, on breezy day signed, watercolour, 33cm x 48cm 1202 Circle of James Young a pair, Nude Studies pencil drawings, 27cm x 30cm

1203 Cuthbert Gresley (1877 - 1968) Meadow Flowers signed, watercolour, circular, 38cm diam

1204 Dr Mary Woodall (1901 - 1988) Le Puys, Massif Central signed, watercolour, 28cm x 37cm; others (4) 1205 Edward Arden (1846 - 1909) The Lake District signed, watercolour, 49cm x 34cm

1206 Edward.Tucker (1846 - 1909) Gathering the Flock signed, watercolour, 34cm x 54cm

1207 Eliza M Farquahar (19th century) A Pair, The Rustic Strolls signed, watercolours, 22cm x 31cm

£60 - £100 £150 - £200 £60 - £100 £150 - £250 1213

£150 - £250 £180 - £220

£200 - £300

1212 English School (19th century) Eton School from the River watercolour, 33cm x 49.5cm

£50 - £80

1217 English School (early 20th century) SS King Orry, Isle of Man Steam Packet watercolour, 33cm x 64cm

£50 - £80

1218 Ernest LLewellyn Hampshire (bn.1882) An English Village signed, watercolour, 35cm x 52cm

£80 - £120

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1215 English School (19th century) Portrait of a Lady coloured chalks, 43.5cm x 29cm

1216 English School (19th century) Young Man in a Turban watercolour, 12.5cm x 9cm; another, Wistful Beauty, 10.5cm x 8cm (2) £60 - £100

1210 English School (19th century) A pair, William and Maria Hulton, he with plans for the Bolton & Leigh Railway pencil drawings, 26.5cm x 22cm £70 - £100 1211 English School (19th century) Barr School, 1806 watercolour, 20cm x 27.5cm

£200 - £300

1214 English School (19th century) Lancaster Castle titled, inscribed JMW Turner, watercolour, 24cm x 55.5cm £150 - £200

1208 English School (18th/early 19th century) Cupid Crowning Venus watercolour, 46cm x 36cm, brass mounted architectural frame £100 - £150 1209 English School (19th century) A Family in Their Drawing Room watercolour, 31.5cm x 41cm

1213 English School (19th century) Georgina, Duchess of Devonshire watercolour, 34cm x 27cm

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£150 - £200 £50 - £80


1219 Frederick James Aldridge (1850-1933) Venice signed, watercolour, 26cm x 36.5cm 1220 French School (19th century) Olympique Circus watercolour, 22cm x 32cm

£60 - £100

1229 Henry Williams (1807 - 1886) Fishing Harbour signed, dated 1881, watercolour, 24.5cm x 42cm £70 - £100

£60 - £100

£100 - £150

1230 Italian School (18th century) Frolicking Putti watercolour, 14.5cm x 20cm

1221 George Frederick Munn (1852 - 1907) Still Life of Venetian Glass Goblet with Fruit signed, dated 1875, watercolour, 22cm x 27cm £100 - £150 1222 Hal (Hernry William Lowe) Hurst R.I. (1865 - 1938) A Timbered House signed, watercolour, 27cm x 38cm £50 - £70 1223 Henry Earp Snr. (1831 - 1914) Cattle Watering signed, watercolour, 23cm x 51cm 1224 Henry Hadfield Cubley A Timbered Farmhouse signed, watercolour, 34cm x 24cm

1225 Henry R Hall (fl.1872 - 1902) A pair, Highland Cattle in a Scottish Glen signed, pastels, 27cm x 41cm 1226 Henry Terry Notley Mill, near Long Grendon Bucks signed, watercolour, 28cm x 36cm 1227 Henry Whatley (1842 - 1901) Portrait of a Lady signed, watercolour, 52cm x 39cm

£80 - £120 £50 - £70

1231

1231 Ivor Roberts-Jones (1916-1966) Lady Lynx signed with monogram, letter to verso, watercolour, 25cm x 33cm £200 - £300

£60 - £100 £50 - £80 £50 - £80

1232

1232 J Page A Ship Under Steam and Sail signed, watercolour and gouache, 15cm x 24cm £100 - £150 1233 J Tiddemans A Cowboy on Horseback signed, watercolour, 28.5cm x 22.5cm

1228

1228 Henry William Moss (Irish 1859 - 1944) Sheep Grazing in Parkland signed, watercolour, 27.5cm x 32.5cm £200 - £300 For more images please visit

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£50 - £80


1234 James Price (fl.1842 - 1876) Herding Longhorn Cattle signed, watercolour, 36cm x 50cm

1235 John Nunn Bolton (Irish 1869 - 1909) Saxon Mill, Warwick signed, watercolour, 18cm x 33.5cm 1236 John Reginald Goodman (bn.1878) A Norfolk Village signed, watercolour, 33cm x 49cm

1239 Lucy Dawson A set of three, Wire Fox Terriers, Bill and Bill Again three charcoal studies, 28.5cm x 20cm Purchased from Bonhams, Brooks & Doyle, New York, The Dog Sale, Tuesday Fen 13 2001; Illustrated in Lucy Dawson’s Dog Book £300 - £500

£50 - £80 £80 - £120

1240 M L Gow A pair, Clytemnestra Awaiting the Return of Agamemnon and Making Adjustments signed, watercolours, 34cm x 24cm £200 - £300

£60 - £100

1237 Joseph Hughes Clayton (1891 - 1929) Looking Out to Sea signed, watercolour, 30cm x 46.5cm £100 - £150 1238 Louis F Flaxman The Winding River signed, watercolour, 21cm x 29cm; others (3)

1241 M.M.Trueman (early 20th century) Piping by Moonlight signed, watercolour, 17.5cm x 26cm.

1242 Mabel Dawson RSW (1887 - 1965) Oyster Catchers signed, watercolour, 34cm x 44cm

£50 - £80

1243 Maie L Brooks A.R.W.A The Wedding Guest signed, watercolour, 34cm x 24cm 1244 Michael Crawley Bridge Gate, Derby signed, watercolour, 20cm x 17cm 1245 Michael Crawley Empire State Building, Winter signed, watercolour, 50cm x 33cm

1246 Michael Crawley Evening, Cockpit Hill, Derby signed, watercolour, 19cm x 25.5cm 1247 Michael Crawley Exeter Bridge, Derby signed, watercolour, 16.5cm x 25cm 1248 Michael Crawley La Madeleine au Crepuscule, Paris signed, watercolour, 23cm x 15cm

1249 Michael Crawley Morledge and Shot Tower, Derby signed, watercolour, 19.5cm x 20cm

1250 Michael Crawley Old Nottingham Road, Looking Towards Derby signed, watercolour, 18.5cm x 25cm 1251 Michael Crawley Polo Match, Smith’s Lawn signed, watercolour, 29cm x 47cm

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£40 - £60 £50 - £80 £80 - £120 £40 - £60 £70 - £100 £40 - £60 £40 - £60 £50 - £70 £40 - £60 £40 - £60 £60 - £100


1252 Michael Crawley River Derwent from Great Northern Bridge, Derby signed, watercolour, 21.5cm x 26cm £40 - £60 1253 Michael Crawley Shot Tower, The Morledge, Derby signed, watercolour, 16.5cm x 25.5cm

£40 - £60

1254 Michael Crawley Soho District, New York signed, watercolour, 29cm x 24cm

£50 - £70

1255 Michael Crawley St Alkmund’s Church, Queen Street, Derby signed, watercolour, 24cm x 21cm

£40 - £60 1265

1256 Michael Crawley St Alkmund’s Churchyard from Bridge Gate, Derby signed, watercolour, 26cm x 20cm £40 - £60 1257 Michael Crawley Valletta, Malta signed, watercolour, 19cm x 24.5cm

£50 - £80

1258 Michael Crawley Winter Evening, Union Square, New York signed, watercolour, 31.5cm x 21.5cm

£50 - £70

1259 Michael Crawley Winter, Monsal Viaduct, Derbyshire signed, watercolour, 26cm x 36cm

£50 - £70

1260 Michael Crawley Winter, The Siddals, Derby signed, watercolour, 19cm x 26cm

£40 - £60

1261 N.Neal Solly, (late 19th century) Moseley Old Hall signed, watercolour, 56cm x 36.5cm 1262 Noel-Smith The Cottage Gate bears signature, watercolour, 25cm x 35cm

1265 Peter Max, German/American (1937 - ) Flower Blossom Lady signed, acrylic and collage on paper, 40cm x 29cm £600 - £1,000 1266 R McGregor The Last Load signed, watercolour, 9.5cm x 14cm

1267 Richard Wawro (Scottish 1952 - 2006) Mrs Benjamin on Tour paper label to verso, crayon, 42cm x 59cm £80 - £100 1268 S Sinclair Returning Home watercolour, 37cm x 53cm

£60 - £100

1269 T Nakayama A Pair, Returning from the Fields signed, watercolours, 32cm x 16cm

£80 - £120

1270 Tom Hunn (1878 - 1908) Tilling the Earth signed, dated 86, watercolour, 19cm x 34cm

1263 Persian School (19th century) A Manuscript page, with figures on horseback, workers and caligraphy watercolour, gouache and gilt, 36cm x 28cm £250 - £350

1271 Valadon Still Life, Roses in a Glass bears signature, pastel, 39cm x 29cm

£70 - £100

£50 - £80

£80 - £120

£300 - £400

1272 Wiliam Frederick Austin (1833-1899) Derby Cathedral signed, watercolour, 32.5cm x 21cm £100 - £150

1264 Peter Cushing Farm At Merston Sussex signed, dated 1958, watercolour, 18cm x 26cm £200 - £300 For more images please visit

£50 - £80

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1276 1273 William Cave Day (1862 - 1924) Portrait of a Child signed, pencil drawing, 65cm x 42cm

£70 - £100

1274 William Frederick Kimmon Austin (1833 - 1899) Old Norwich Cottages signed, watercolour and pencil, 32.5cm x 49cm £80 - £120 1275 Willis Manor House Garden with Foxgloves signed, watercolour, 34cm x 23.5cm

£50 - £70

Oils 1282 Edmond Brock (fl.1920 - 1950) Portrait of a Boy signed, oil on canvas, 127cm x 74.5cm

£1,500 - £2,000

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1285 David Payne (1843 - 1894) A pair, On The Derwent and Blacksmith, Barrow on Trent signed, inscribed to verso, oil studies on board, arched, 14cm x 9.5cm £100 - £150

1283

1283 Charles Sillem Lidderdale (1830 - 1895) The Inventor signed with initials, dated 61, oil on panel, 33.5cm x 42cm

Provenance: Exhibited Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 1861 (no.393) The subject is a romanticised depiction of Richard Arkwright as a young man £1,000 - £1,500 1284 Laslett John Pott (1837 - 1898) River Princess signed, oil on canvas, 60cm x 111cm

1286

1286 **Duriez (French, early 20th century) Awaiting the Return indistinctly signed, oil on canvas, 53cm x 44cm £200 - £400

£3,000 - £4,000

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1287 After Gainsborough Georgina Cavendish, Duchess of Devonshire oil on panel, 14cm x 9.5cm 1288 Alfred Hierl (fl. c.1949) Portrait of Mr Achinger signed, oil on board, 28cm x 22cm

1289 Antonin Bartl (1912 - 1998) Female Nude signed, dated 50, oil on panel

1290 Arthur Bevan Collier (1855 - 1900) In the Lane signed, oil on canvas, circular, 29cm diam

1294 Australian School (19th century) Kookaburra oil on canvas, 39.5cm x 29.5cm

£60 - £100

1295 B** Leonard (19th century) On Guard signed, oil on canvas, 30cm x 22cm

£50 - £70

1296 Barton (20th century) A set of four, Female Nudes signed, acrylic on board, 24cm x 19cm

£300 - £400

£50 - £70 £70 - £100

1297 Belgian School (early 20th century) Bleak Winter Landscape indistinctly signed, oil on canvas, 41cm x 56cm £150 - £180

£60 - £100

1291 Arthur Henry Enoch (19th century) Betws-Y-Coed signed and dated 1883, oil on canvas, 50.5cm x 60cm £60 - £100

1298 Charles Archer (1855 - 1931) Still Life, Apples, Plums, Damsons, Gooseberries Grapes and raspberries, on a mossy bank signed, oil on canvas, 28cm x 34cm £300 - £400

1292 Attributed to Ernest Higgins Rigg Hinderwell Parish Church inscribed to verso, oil on panel, 13.5cm x 22cm £150 - £200

1299

1299 Colin Graeme-Roe (1858-1910) A pair, The Pointer and the Hare and The Setter and the pheasant signed, oils on board, dated 1885, 20cm x 14cm £600 - £800

1293

1293 Auguste Piron (1816 - 1895) The Gathering Storm signed, dated 1857, oil on panel, 47cm x 36cm £300 - £500 For more images please visit

£100 - £150

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1300 Continental School Portrait of a Gentleman Wearing a Hat oil on board, pencil notes to verso, 13cm x 10cm £60 - £100

1301 Continental School (18th/early 19th century) The Christ Bearer oil on canvas, 26.5cm x 22cm £60 - £100 1302 Continental School (19th century) By The River indistinctly signed, oil on board, 19cm x 14cm 1303 Continental school (19th century) Corpus Christi oil on canvas, 29cm x 23cm

£80 - £120 £60 - £100

1305

1304

1304 Continental School (19th century) Gypsy Beauty oil on board, 25.5cm x 15.5cm 1305 Continental School (19th century) Madonna & Child oil on canvas, 52cm x 42.5cm 1306 Continental School (19th century) Orientalist Beauty oil on canvas, 87cm x 68cm

1307 Continental School (19th century) Portrait of a Gentleman oil on canvas laid on board, 56cm x 40.5cm

£80 - £120 £70 - £100 £600 - £1,000

1306

£100 - £150

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1308 Continental School (19th century) Portrait of a Renaissance Gentleman oil on canvas, 56cm x 41cm

£100 - £150

1309 David Bates (1840 - 1921) A Spate signed and dated 1877, signed again and titled to verso, oil on canvas, 59cm x 90cm £400 - £600

1313

1313 Edward Williams (1782 - 1855) The Mill, Faggot gatherers on a woodland path oil on canvas, titled mount, 51cm x 79cm £600 - £1,000 1314 English School (19th century) A pair, River Landscapes initialled WJH, oils on canvas, 70cm x 90cm

1315 English School (19th century) A pair, Rural Life indistinctly signed, oils on canvas, 29cm x 44cm £80 - £120

1310

1310 Dutch School (19th century) Moonlit Seascape, A Windmill on the Shore oil on canvas, 49cm x 60cm

£80 - £120

1316 English School (19th century) A Pointer, Grouse Shooting oil on oak panel, 16cm x 20cm

£150 - £200

1317 English School (19th century) Dovedale oil on canvas, 43cm x 63cm

£120 - £180 £60 - £100

1318 English School (19th century) Gathering Stones oil on board, 12.5cm x 26cm

£60 - £100

1320 English School (19th century) On the Road oil on oak panel, 14.5cm x 17cm

£70 - £100

1319 English School (19th century) Looking for Father monogrammed AC, oil on canvas, 23.5cm x 34cm £100 - £150 1311

1311 Dutch School (19th century) Seascape oil on canvas, 29.5cm x 39.5cm 1312 E W **aushby Industrial Ship Yard signed, oil on canvas, 19cm x 31cm

1321 English School (19th century) Portrait of a Gentleman oil on canvas, 16cm x 12cm

£300 - £400

1322 English School (19th century) Portrait of a Lady oil on board, oval, 12.5cm x 9.5cm

£50 - £80

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£60 - £100 £60 - £100


1323 English School (19th century) Portrait of a Lady with a Lace Collar oil on canvas, oval, 72cm x 58cm

1328 English School (19th century) Travellers Camp Fire Initialed JFW, oil on board, 22.5cm x 29cm

£100 - £150

1329 English School (19th century) Wagon and Four indistinctly signed **thand, oil on canvas, 25cm x 45.5cm

£200 - £250 £70 - £100

1330 English School (19th century) Watering Cattle oil on board, 14cm x 17.5cm

£70 - £100

1332 English School (early 19th century) Gentleman Riding oil on oak panel, 21cm x 23cm

£60 - £100

1331 English School (19th/20th century) Portrait of a Gentleman, wearing a black bow tie and jacket, seated, half length oil on canvas, 74cm x 61cm £150 - £200

1324

1324 English School (19th century) Shelling Mussels oil on canvas, 55cm x 44cm

1325 English School (19th century) Still Life, Flowers in a Carved Marble Urn oil on board, circular, 11.5cm diam 1326 English School (19th century) The Lace Handkerchief oil on canvas, 52cm x 35cm 1327 English School (19th century) Three Generations oil on canvas, 51cm x 38cm

£120 - £180 £70 - £100 £70 - £100 £100 - £150

1333

1333 Ernest Stafford Carlos (1883-1917) Violet, Wife of Walter Maudsley, three-quarter length portrait signed, daed 1912, oil on canvas, 118cm x 78cm £1,000 - £1,500

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1338 Francesco Aguilar Villalonga signed, titled to verso, oil on plywood panel, 23cm x 31cm £50 - £70

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1334 F Hinds (19th century) A Passing Glance signed, oil on canvas, 55.5cm x 48cm 1335 F R Offer Tending The Flowerbed signed, oil on board, 21cm x 40cm

1336 F.Corbett Cattle in a Landscape signed, oil on canvas, 44cm x 28.5cm

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£120 - £180

1339 Francis Wainwright (1940-) Horseman of the Apocalypse signed, dated 1976, acrylic on board, 118cm x 121cm £300 - £500

£100 - £150 £50 - £70

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1340 Fred Thurlby Snowdrop, 28 Years & Foals, foaled in 1921-20 signed, titled and dated 1921, oil on canvas, 39.5cm x 60cm £100 - £150

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1337 Flemish School (19th century) A Long Walk oil on canvas, 44cm x 60cm

1341 Frederick Allsop (Scottish 19th century) Balthayock Castle Perthshire, River Tay in the Distance signed, inscribed and dated 1854 to verso, oil on canvas, 29.5cm x 44.5cm £60 - £100

£300 - £400

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1342 Frianger (early 20th century) Yachts on the sea signed, dated, oil on board, 59cm x 99cm 1343 G F Hudson Chickens in the Gardens signed, oil on panel, 24.5cm x 20cm

1350 Henry Cheadle (1852 - 1910) Beachcombing signed, oil on canvas, 24cm x 34cm

£80 - £120

1351 Henry Hadfield Cubley Matlock, Derbyshire signed, dated 1846, titled to verso, oil on panel, 34cm x 44cm £100 - £150

£60 - £100

1344 George Alexander (19th century) An Afternoon’s Fishing signed with monogram, dated 1888, 48.5cm x 74cm £120 - £180 1345 George Turner (1841 - 1910) Ben Nevis, with figure fishing in the river oil on canvas, 60cm x 100cm 1346 Georges Dupré (1807-1953) A pair, The Love Song and Good Health signed, oils on panels, 49cm x 29cm 1347 Guossepi Guido The Cardinals’ Toast signed. oil on canvas, 44cm x 59cm

1348 Harold Kopel (1915 - 1955) Summer Landscape signed, oil on board, 39.5cm x 29.5cm

£150 - £200

1352 Henry R Hall (fl.1872 - 1902) Highland Cattle, Nr Inverlochy, Argyleshire signed, titled to verso, oil on canvas, 40cm x 60cm £150 - £200 1353 Hugh McLaughan (Irish 20th century) Port Braddon, Antrim Coast signed, oil on hardboard, 35.5cm x 48cm

£1,500 - £2,000

£60 - £100

1354 Hunt The Chase, Terriers in Pursuit of a Cat bears signature, oil on canvas laid on board, 25cm x 36cm £60 - £100

£800 - £1,200 £120 - £180 £60 - £100

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1355 J H Sharp (19th century) Children of the Soil signed, dated 80, oil on canvas, 33.5cm x 24cm £150 - £200

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1356 J Harris The Lake District signed, oil on canvas, 60cm x 90cm

1349 Hendrick Joseph Dillens (1812 - 1872) The Musician and Artist signed, oil on oak panel, 32cm x 24cm £200 - £300 For more images please visit

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£100 - £150


1359 1357 J Sinclair The Winding River signed, oil on canvas, 40cm x 66cm

1359 John Frederick Herring Senior (1795-1865) Stable Friends signed, oil on canvas £2,500 - £3,500

£70 - £100

1358 J W Dodds (Scottish School, late 19th century) A Pair, Brig ‘o’ Balgownie Aberdeen and The Stream Between St Mary’s Loch and Loch of the Lowes signed, oils on canvas, 29cm x 34cm £100 - £150

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1360 John Patrick Downie R.S.W (Scottish 1854 -1945) The First Lesson signed, watercolour, 48.5cm x 39cm Paper label to verso for Stirling Fine Art Association £600 - £1,000 1361 John Virtue (Bn 1947) Early Morning Stormy Day, Over Rushton House, Green Haworth signed, titled to verso, dated 1972/73, oil on board, 77cm x 102cm

John Virtue is an English artist who specialises in monochrome landscapes.Virtue was born in Accrington, Lancashire in 1947. He trained at the Slade School of Fine Art from 1965 to 1969 £1,000 - £1,500 1362 Kewley Temptation signed, oil on panel, 53cm x 37cm 1360

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£100 - £150


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1367 Michael Barnfather (Bn.1934) Tranquil Water, Derwent Reservoir, signed, oil on canvas, 40.5cm x 40.5cm

£400 - £600

1368 Michael D. Barnfather (Bn.1934) Winter Near Dovedale signed,dated 74. oil on canvas, 38cm x 106cm £700 - £1,000

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1363 Laszlo Mednyansky (Hungarian 1852-1919 ) Woodland Pathway signed, oil on canvas, 44cm x 62cm £300 - £400 1364 M.Crouse (fl.1889-1907) A Peaceful Spot signed, oil on canvas, 29cm x 43cm

1365 M.Crouse (fl.1889-1907) Beech Walk, Leigh signed and titled, oil on canvas, 43cm x 29cm 1366 Mark Senior (1862-1927) The Apple Picking signed, oil on canvas, 50cm x 60cm

£60 - £100 £60 - £100

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1369 Monica Gray (fl.1898 - 1919) Pebble, portrait of a terrier signed, titled, oil on canvas, 24.5cm x 19.5cm

£200 - £300

1370 Norman Smith Sunset Over The Sea signed, dated 72, oil on hardboard, 56.5cm x 75cm £80 - £120

1371 Northern British School (20th century) Portrait of a Working Man oil on canvas, 36cm x 26cm £300 - £500

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1378 W.E. Melbourn Coastal View with Rocky Headland signed, oil on canvas laid on board, 49.5cm x 75cm £60 - £100

1379 William Arthur Breakspeare (1855 - 1914) A Sneaky Taste signed, oil on canvas, 25.5cm x 21cm £100 - £150 1380 William Knight Cley Marshes, Norfolk signed, oil on panel, 38cm x 43cm

1381 William.P Cartwright (1864 - 1911) Cromford, Near Matlock Bath signed and dated 1904, inscribed to verso, oil on canvas, 52cm x 42cm £100 - £150

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1372 Percy (19th century) The Longing Gaze signed, oil on canvas, arched mount, 24cm x 33cm £300 - £400 1373 R Casper Still Life, after Giuseppe Arcimboldo signed, oil on panel, 44cm x 34cm

£200 - £300

1382 William.P Cartwright (1864 - 1911) The Old Footbridge, Richmond, Surrey signed and dated 1904, inscribed to verso, oil on canvas, 52cm x 42cm £100 - £150

£200 - £300

1374 Reginald Grange Brundrit (1883 - 1960) Summer Landscape signed, dated 40, oil on canvas, 39.5cm x 58cm £200 - £300

1375

1375 Robert Cleminson (fl.1865-1868) Retrievers with a Mallard signed, oil on canvas, 40cm x 59cm

£600 - £800

1376 Rupert Shephard (1902 - 1992) Portrait of Captain Fry-Goldie-Taubman, Isle of Man signed, dated 1948, oil on canvas, 60cm x 50cm £100 - £150

1383

1383 Edward John Cobbett (1815 - 1899) Summertime Girl, signed, oil on canvas, 89.5cm x 69.5cm £1,000 - £1,500

1377 W Wilson (late 19th century) A pair, Approaching the Bridge and Riverside Cottage signed, oils on canvas, 40cm x 30cm £80 - £120 For more images please visit

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Prints

1390 A theatre poster,The Eternal City, By Hall Caine, from His Majesty’s Theatre, London, printed by David Allen & Sons Ltd, 51cm x 75cm, early 20th century £60 - £80

1391 An 18th century coloured engraving, Saint Monday in the Afternoon, or All Nine and Swallow the Bowl, sold by R Marshall at No.4 in Aldermary Church Yard, London, 43cm x 50cm £50 - £80

1392 Bowles & Carver, by, Hogarth, after,The Idle Prentice, plate 9 and 5, monochrome engravings, 17.5cm x 26.5cm; a similar part set of four, The Industrious Prentice, plates 6, 8, 10 and 12 (6) £60 - £100 1393 Day & Haghe, by, E Duncan, after,View of the London and Croydon Railway, from the deep cutting made through the hill at New Cross, looking towards the Greenwich Railway, coloured print, published 1st June 1838, 33cm x 52cm £60 - £80 1394 English School (19th century), a cut out and painted silhouette, of a comical British army officer riding a hobby horse, watercolour on paper, 25cm x 19cm overall; another silhouette, of an infantry officer, initialled AK, 20.5cm x 13cm (2) £60 - £100

1395 Grand Tour a set of six,The Church of St Celsus & St Julian, Castle of St Angels and other Continental buildings, coloured engravings, 17.5cm x 24cm £50 - £70

1396 J Holmes & Co, Derby, Speech of His Royal Highness The Duke of York, In the House of Lords, April 25 1825, printed on silk, 39cm x 30cm, oak frame £50 - £70

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1397 John Whessell, by John Boultbee, after, The Durham Ox, coloured engraving, 44cm x 59.5cm, maple frame £150 - £200

1398 Marc Chagall (Russian 1887-1985), Bible Suite, Abraham and Sarah, 1956, lithograph, 35cm x 25.5cm £150 - £200 1399 Maurits Cornelius Escher (1898 - 1972), after, an abstract print, 51cm x 42cm £50 - £80

1400 Norman Alfred Williams Lindsay (Australia 1879 1969), after, The Mirror, a facsimile etching, 11.5cm x 9cm, Conrad International Printing PTY LTD certificate to verso £150 - £200 1401 P Ainsworth, a stamp collage, Still Life, Flowers in a Bowl, signed, dated 1928, 24cm x 25cm £40 - £60

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1406 1402 Political Satire - Tom Merry, after, One Sided Free Trade, Phase 2, Ste Stephen’s Review Presentation Cartoon, Feby. 20th 1886, polychrome lithograph, 31.5cm x 49cm; other cartoons, Bassettlaw Election 1892; Christmas Visitiors; etc (6) £50 - £80

1406 William Scott (1913 - 1989), by and after, Still Life with Frying Pan, screenprint in colours, 1973, signed and dated in pencil, numbered 34/250, published by Christie`s Contemporary Art, 67 x 88cm

Provenance: Derbyshire private collection, purchased from Christies c.1976 £2,500 - £3,000

1403 The Engine Driver, a coloured print, 29.5cm x 23.5cm, 19th century £40 - £60

Maps

1404 Walther Klemm (1883 - 1957), by and after, The Fall, etching, signed in pencil, 9.5cm x 11.5cm; another, 11.5cm x 10cm (2) £70 - £100

1415 A Military map of India, Shewing (sic) The Disposition of the Troops of the Bengal, Madras and Bombay Presidencies,lithographed at the Topographical Depot of the War Office, 1867, paper laid on linen, 75cm x 93cm; others, Great Britain; England (3) £100 - £150

1405 Walton, after, Hanhart, by, The International Contest Between J.C. Heenan and Tom Sayers at Farnborough April 17th 1860, tinted litho. print, 68cm x 98cm The Farnborough fight, which lasted for over an hour, between the American champion, Heenan (1835-73) and the English champion, Sayers (1826-65) £70 - £100

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1416 An engraved map of London, with minutes of longitude west from the meridian of St Pauls, with scales and a description of the area of the county, 50cm x 70cm £100 - £150

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1417 Hermann Bollman, after, a large map, Bird’s Eye View of New York, published by Pictorial Maps Inc, 84cm x 105cm, c.1962 £60 - £100 1418 William Hole, by, Christopher Saxton, after, a twopage coloured map of Derbyshire, Universi Derbiensis Comitatus qui olim Coritanorum fuit descriptio, 28cm x 31cm £60 - £100

Books and Manuscripts

1421 An interesting early 19th century lady’s commonplace book, in ink manuscript, the entries including and account of The Chinese Wall from Anderson’s account of Lord Macartney’s embassy to China, musings on physics and astronomy, favourite passages from famous works and a ‘List of Books to form a Lady’s Library recommended by a Clergyman’, belonging to and inscribed ‘Mary Newson 1815.’, marbled boards, leather spine. £60 - £100

1424

1424 The Complete Herbal: New edition, to which is now added, upwards of one hundred additional herbs, with a display of their medicinal and occult qualities. Physically applied to the cure of all disorders incident to mankind, including The English Physician Enlarged and Key To Physic with the List Of Principal Diseases by Nicholas Culpeper, MD. Engraved frontispiece of the author and his house at Spitalfields, introduction, 20 hand coloured engraved plates of wild flowers, 9 per page, quarto, vi + 398pp + index, worn binding, boards, leather backed, raised bands, front cover loose internally clean and sound. London, Thomas Kelly, [1842]

1422 A[uguste] Escoffier, ‘A Guide to Modern Cookery’, London, William Heinemann 1907, rare 1st English edition of this famous cuisinier’s epoch making ‘Le Guide Culinere’, xvi + 880 pp, frontispiece photogravure portrait of the author, royal octavo, original green cloth binding, gilt titles in reserve on spine and beneath a ducal coronet on front, slightly scuffed, contents good and sound.

Nicholas Culpeper (1616-1654) was an English botanist, herbalist, physician, and astrologer. His published books include The English Physician (1652) and The Complete Herbal (1653), which contain a rich store of pharmaceutical and herbal knowledge. Culpeper spent the greater part of his life in the English outdoors cataloguing hundreds of medicinal herbs. He was a scion of an ancient Kentish landed family which enjoyed two baronetcies and of which Thomas Culpeper, the lover of Queen Catherine Howard, was sentenced to death by King Henry VII. £40 - £60

Georges Auguste Escoffier (1846-1935) was a pioneering French chef & restauranteur who in this work above all codified the then emergent art of distinctive French cuisine and unwittingly gave us the colloquial noun and verb ‘[to] scoff ’.. £180 - £220

1423 Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, ‘The Exploits of Brigadier Gerard’, with twenty four engraved illustrations by W. B Wollen RI, London, Geo. Newnes Ltd.,1899, 334pp, flyleaf slightly foxed, with MS inscription ‘G. H. Thornhill/Prize for Music & Drawing/Lake House/July 1902’ marbled endpapers, crown octavo, presentation half leather binding, spine with raised bands, five gilt roses and impressed titles, slightly scuffed, contents excellent. Geoffrey Holland Thornhill was born 1888 and attended Sutton Valence School (where this prize was won), and was a notable cricketer there in his senior years to 1907. He went up to University College, London that year and later qualified as a civil engineer. He was gazetted 2nd Lt. General Reserve in 1913, and served as a subaltern in 1st Bn. the Royal Warwickshire Regt., and was invalided home after being twice wounded, dying of disease whilst commanding labour companies on the Isle of Wight 9th May 1917. £30 - £40

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1425 Field Sports: ‘The Sporting Repository... Anecdotes on Sporting Subjects Interspersed with Essays, Tales and a Great Variety of Miscellaneous Articles, London, Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co., 1904, quarto, xi + 478 pp., illustrated, with 22 hand coloured plates 16 after Henry Alken, others by J, Babenger, B. Marshall & Dighton, publisher’s two tone green cloth binding, gilt titles to spine, gilt vignette of horse and rider to outside front cover, being a limited edition of 500 of the original magazine, Vol. 1 No. I for 15th January 1822 to Vol. 1 No. VI for 15th June 1822, scarce. £100 - £150

1426 John Ruskin, poetry,The Poems of John Ruskin, edited William Gershom Collingwood, Vol. 2 (of 2) Poems Written in Youth 1836-1845 and Later Poems, 360 pp., London, George Allen, 1st edn., 1891, octavo, bound full leather, gilt letters to spine with raised bands, pages with gilt edges. £40 - £60 1427 Miniature Book - The Mite, E A Robinson, (Grimsby, c.1891), 28pp., 7 illustrations, hardback, tooled and gilt green cover, 2cm x 2cm The preface reads: This book is issued as a curiosity, and is the smallest ever printed from type in the world. The type used is Brilliant 20 Lines to 1 inch £60 - £100

1428 Crane, Walter - The Baby’s Bouquet, Published by Frederick Warne & Company, London; another, The Baby’s Opera; Sowerby J.G. and Crane, Thomas (illus.), At Home, published by Marcus Ward & Co; Sowerby J.G. and Emmerson H.H, Afternoon Tea, published by Frederick Warne & Co (4) £60 - £100 1429 Book of Common Prayer and Administration of the Sacraments, and other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church According to the Use of the Church of England together with the Psalter or Psalms of David, Pointed as they are to be sung or said in churche, London, printed by Charles Bill and the Executive of Thomas Newcomb, Deceas’d. Printers to the Queen’s most Excellent Majesty 1707, Cum Privilegio, front pages inscribed in pen, E.M.Wright, leather bound, tooled in gilt, silver coloured metal clasps, 15cm x 9cm

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Provenance: Wrights of Eyam Hall, Derbyshire £100 - £150

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1431 1430 The Booke of Common Prayer, with the Psalter or Psalmes of David, of that translation to be vied in ChurchesL iimprinted at London by Bonham Norton and John Bill, Printers to the King most excelent majesty, 1621, leather bound, tooled with lozenge, 23cm x 17cm £100 - £150 1431 Tombleson William, edited by W.G.Fearnside, Views of the Rhine, W. Tombleson & Company, London, 1832, 8vo, two volumes, half leather bound, marbled boards, gilt title, embossed and tooled floral gilt to spine. £80 - £120

1432 Humphreys H. Noel, The Genera and Species of British Butterflies. Described and Arranged According to the System Now Adopted in the British Museum, Paul Jerrard and Son, London, 1859, octavo, hand coloured lithograph plates of butterflies, loose in gutta percha, bound in buckram, front board and spine tooled in gilt. £50 - £70

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1433 Fitzherbert, Sir Anthony, The Newe Boke of Juftices of the Peas by A.F.K. lately tranflated out of Frenche into Englyfe, probably Thomas Bethelet, London, 1538, woodcut title page and sub-title pages, profuse contemporary marginalia and notes throughout in English, French and classical Greek, contemporary leather binding, floral tooling to the boards, embossed owner’s initials E.K. on the front and back boards, contents lose but in place, rubbing and chipping, spine partially exposed. Very rare.

1434 The Bible in Miniature, or a Concise History of the Old & New Testaments, 4.4cm x 3cm, E. Newbery, Corner of St. Paul’s Church Yard, London, 1780, leather bound, horizontal gilt bands to spine. £40 - £50 1435 An early 20th century mahogany mounted brass cotton yarn wrap reel winder signed on a brass plate Goodbrand & Co. Ltd, Manchester and Stalybridge, to hold and wind four bobbins, with 0-120 counter, 30in (76cm) high, base 28 x 17in. (71 x 43cm)

Sir Anthony Fitzherbert (1470-1538) was an English judge, scholar and legal author born into a prominent Derbyshire family, the Fitzherberts of Norbury. £200 - £250

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These machines, first evolved in the 1850s, wound bobbins of cotton yarn in to one lea of 120 lengths (hence the scale on the counter) and seven leas made a hank.The maker, was founded in Manchester by Walter Goodbrand (whose mother was a relative of the celebrated Samuel Crompton) in the 1860s as Goodbrand and Holland, but was Goodbrand & Co. by 1892 when the firm moved to Victoria St., Manchester, advertising itself as engineers and machinists, with a foundry nearby and at Stalybridge. It flourished until 1951. £150 - £200

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Day Three

Friday 14th February at 10.30am

Clocks & Furniture

Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers


Barometers

1447 A late 19th century gilt brass oval five glass miniature carriage timepiece, 3cm rectangular dial inscribed Hamilton & Inches, Princes St, Edinburgh, eight-day movement, the case with swing carrying handle, engraved with leafy scrolls, 8cm high, c.1900, Morocco case £800 - £1,200

1440 A 19th century chemical weather glass, 32cm cistern, mercury thermometer, instruction panel, rectangular mahogany mount, 39cm long £80 - £120

Clocks

1448

1448 A fine 19th century French porcelain mounted ormolu mantel clock, 12.5cm dial inscribed Achille Brocot, Roman numerals, the centre engraved with scrolling foliage, year-running movement striking on a bell, signed AB and numbered 4047, the reeded drum shaped case cast with a lion mask, swags and leafy scrolls, set with panels painted in the manner of Sevres with scantily clad putti, fluted feet, 27.5cm high, c.1870 £2,500 - £3,500

1445

1450 A 19th century brass Burk’s System nightwatchman’s time recorder, hinged lockable cover inscribed Fred’k Caldwell, Loughborough, enclosing a 5cm circular enamel dial inscribed with Roman numerals, single winding hole, indictors for six stations, the case numbered 6585, 12.5cm over loop, 8 original keys attached, c. 1870.

1446 A French gilt brass serpentine fronted five glass carriage clock, 5.5cm circular enamel dial inscribed with Roman numerals, eight-day movement striking on a gong, the case with reeded swing handle, flanked by reeded pillars, shaped plinth base, 16.5cm high, c.1900 £500 - £700

1451 A 19th century ebonised bracket clock, the 11.5cm silvered dial with Roman numerals, gilt angel spandrels, twin winding holes, eight day movement, striking on a gong, inscribed with initials for Winterhalter and Hoffmierm, the case with brass swing handle, lion masks to sides, scroll feet, 26cm high, 20cm wide, c,1870 £200 - £300

Johannes Burk invented his time-recorder in 1855 and obtained an Amercian patent in 1861 and over 74,000 were made by 1921. Frederick Caldwell (born at Hathern,. Leics., in 1842) was a prominent tradesman in Loughborough up until the 1880s; a street there still bears his name. £80 - £120

1445 A 19th century ormolu mounted patricia green marble portico clock, 11cm dial with enamel chapter ring inscribed with Arabic numerals, engine turned centre, eightday movement striking on a bell, the architectural case with dentil cornice and Corinthian columns, rectangular base with lotus border, engine turned bun feet, 55cm high, c.1830 £2,000 - £3,000

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1452 A 19th century French champleve enamel and lacquered brass mantel clock, 9cm circular dial with Arabic numerals, twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a gong, arched rectangular case with two-handled urnular cresting and gilt flame corner finials, gadrooned cornice, acanthus cast Corinthian columns to angles, stepped base,. 36cm high, c.1870 £1,000 - £1,500 1453 A 19th century French ormolu clock garniture, 10.5cm convex enamel dial inscribed Richard,Troyes, Roman and subsidiary Arabic numerals, twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a bell, the backplate numbered 1193, the case cast with scrolling acanthus, surmounted by flowers, tracery pierced sound frets, conforming stand, 38cm high, flanked by a pair of two-light, two-branch candelabra, 18cm high, c.1870 £500 - £700 1454 A 19th century French papier mache cartouche shaped wall clock, 23cm circular alabaster dial inscribed L Dupupet a Darney, twin winding holes, enamel escutcheon Roman numerals eight-day movement striking a gong, inlaid in abalone shell and pewter stringing with scrolls and flowering stems, 64cm long, c.1870 £60 - £100

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1455 A 20th century oak regulator longcase clock, the 29cm silvered circular dial showing the minutes, subsidiary hour and seconds dials, inscribed ‘Harrison & Sons, Darlington’, domed oak case, 3/4 glazed front, panelled plinth base, 102cm high, early 20th century £400 - £600 1456 A fine French Empire ormolu mantel clock, 10cm circular dial with Roman numerals centred by shells and Cscrolls, rtwin-winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a bell, the tall arched rectangular case with a bold hunting trophy cresting and well cast with a huntsman, quiver and hound seated beneath an oak tree, within a bold lotus border, the spreading rectangular base with swans to angles, 51cm high, c.1830 £1,500 - £2,000

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1457 A French Empire ormolu mounted birds-eye maple mantel clock, 10cm circular dial with Roman numerals, Roman numerals, fork-tailed serpent hands, eight-day movement striking on a bell, the case with lotus and leaf cast bezel, above figures after the antique, acanthus socle, rectangular base, the block feet cast with flaming torches, 40cm high, c.1830 £700 - £1,000

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1458 A George III oak and mahogany inlaid longcase clock, the square brass dial silvered chapter ring, Roman numerals, twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a bell, date aperture with silvered register, inscribed Thomas Brodrick/Spalding, the case with swan neck pediment, terminating with brass roundles, free standing pilasters, shaped door to waist, bracket feet Thomas Brodrick, senior, was born at Spalding in 1766, married Catherine Biggin there in 1794 and was living in retirement at Sutton St. Mary in 1841 having passed his business on to his son Thomas (1808-1883). Both men were to some extent peripatetic, signing clocks not only at Spalding but at Holbeach and Peterborough too. £500 - £700

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1459 A George III mahogany bracket clock, 20cm convex painted dial inscribed P Grayhurst, London, Roman numerals, twin winding holes, eight-day repeating movement striking on a bell, the arched case with brass carrying handle, sound frets and reeded quarter-columns, skirted base, bracket feet, 40cm high £1,200 - £1,800 1460 A Jaeger LeCoultre five glass Atmos clock, 10.5cm chapter ring applied with Arabic numerals and baton markers, the movement numbered 159168, lacquered brass case, bracket feet, 22cm high, mid-20th century, cased £300 - £400

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1465 An Act of Parliament/tavern clock, the 36cm silvered circular dial with Roman numerals, inscribed Charles Frodsham, London, single winding hole, the Edwardian mahogany case inlaid with satinwood stringing, the shaped door with oval urn paterea above shell, 136cm high £400 - £600

1466 An Art Nouveau mahogany mantel clock, the 8cm diam, with Arabic numerals, the pointed case inlaid with sinuous leaves, rectangular plinth, 35cm high, c.1910 £100 - £150

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1461 A late 19th century French gilt brass five glass repeating alarm carriage clock, 5cm slightly convex enamel dial inscribed with Arabic numerals, above an alarm dial, 8day two-train movement striking on a gong, the case with swing carrying handle, reeded columns to angles, moulded base, bracket feet, 14.5cm high, c.1900 £700 - £1,000

1462 A Victorian black slate triple-dial combination mantel clock/barometer/calendar, 13cm white enamelled dial with Roman numerals, visible escapement, twin winding holes, eight day movement, striking on a bell, inscribed R & C, Paris and London, subsidiary barometer and calendar, with lunar phases, mercury pendulum, the case inlaid with malachite panels and engraved in gilt wit scrolling foliage, 42cm high, 46cm wide, c.1870 £600 - £900

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1463 A Victorian mahogany circular wall clock, enamelled dial, Roman numerals, single winding hole, fusee movement, inscribed W. Greenwood, Leeds and Huddersfield, 46.5cm diam £100 - £150

1467 A large mid-18th century design brass mounted japanned bracket clock, 20cm arched enamel dial inscribed Thwaites & Reed, London, Roman numerals, Strike/Silent to arch, triple winding holes, the fusee movement signed and numbered 13981, caddy top case with flame finials, flanked by canted angles applied with female herms terminating in flowering leafy pendants, decorated overall in gilt with Chinese figures, trellis and pagoda landscapes, brass carrying handles to sides, shaped apron, bracket feet, 68cm high, 19th century £3,000 - £4,000

1464 A Victorian mahogany circular wall timepiece, 30cm painted dial inscribed Pearce, Nottingham, Roman numerals, single winding hole, fusee movement, 38cm diam, paper label to side for B E Tozer, 95 Zulu Road, Basford, Nottingham, c.1880 £150 - £200

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1468 A substantial 19th century French ormolu clock garniture, 13cm circular dial inset with a chapter of porcelain cartouches inscribed with Roman numerals, twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a bell, the case with putto mask cresting, cast throughout with leafy scrolls and strapwork, winged female masks to angels, shaped apron, fluted feet, 63cm high, flanked by a pair of four-branch, fivelight candelabra, conforming, 58cm high, c.1860 ÂŁ3,000 - ÂŁ5,000

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1469

1469 A Victorian oak, mahogany and boxwood strung longcase clock, eight-day movement striking on a bell, subsidiary seconds chapter, floral spandrels, the breakarch painted with hunting scene, the hood with shortened pediment, supported on turned columns, short shaped door to waist, ivory escutcheon, 210cm high £250 - £400

1473

1471 A George III oak longcase clock, 29cm square brass dial inscribed Dalton, Rugby, Arabic numerals, painted to the centre with a bird, date aperture, thirty-hour movement striking on a bell, the case with swan neck pediment, later carved in the ‘Jacobethan’ taste scrolling leaves, lunettes and lozenge, shaped plinth base, 203cm high Samuel Dalton was born in 1761 apprenticed circa 17751781 and married Mary Powers at St. Andrew, Rugby, by whom he had a large family. He died in 1819. £200 - £300

1470 A George III mahogany longcase clock, 34cm square painted dial inscribed **de**, Eccles, Roman numerals, the dial painted with fanciful birds, the spandrels stylised flowers and foliage, subsidiary seconds and minutes dials, twin winding holes, eight day movement striking on a bell, the hood with urnular finial swan neck pediment, shaped rectangular door to waist, flanked by boxwood inlaid quarter columns, outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, plinth base, ogee bracket feet, 222cm high, c.1810 £800 - £1,200

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1472 A George III oak longcase clock, 30cm circular enamel dial inscribed T Mawkes, Derby, Roman and subsidiary Arabic numerals, date aperture, thirty hour movement striking on a bell, the hood with swan neck pediment, brass sphere and anthemion finial, brass capped columns, rectangular door to waist with re-entrant upper angles, flanked by reeded quarter-columns, shaped plinth base, 213cm high, c.1800 £300 - £500 158

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1473 A George III oak longcase clock, 35.5cm arched painted dial inscribed Jn. Banks, Oldham, Roman and Arabic numerals, moon phase to arch painted with ships, subsidiary seconds dial, twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a bell, the case with swan neck pediment, shaped rectangular door to waist, flanked by reeded angles, skirted base, bracket feet, 235cm high, c.1800 £300 - £500

1476 A George III mahogany crossbanded oak longcase clock, 30.5cm square painted dial inscribed H Sidwell, NunEaton (Nuneaton), Roman and subsidiary Arabic numerals, date aperture, thirty-hour movement striking on a bell, the hood with blind fretwork frie\e, brass capped Doric columns, shaped rectangular door to waist flanked by quarter-columns, canted base, ogee bracket feet, 185cm high, c.1800 £250 - £350

1474 A George III/IV oak and mahogany longcase, 31cm arched enamel dial inscribed R Wilson, Lincoln, Roman numerals, the arch painted with a sportsman and his spaniel, subsidiary seconds dial, date aperture, twin-winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a bell, the hood with swan neck pediment and brass ball and spire finial, shaped rectangular door to waist flanked by canted angles, shaped skirted base, 215cm high, c.1820 £300 - £500

1477 An Arts and Crafts mahogany longcase clock, in the Seccessionist taste, 34cm square brass and silvered dial with Arabic numerals, eight-day movement striking on a gong, twin-weights, the case flanked by pairs of pilasters and carved with stylised leaves and fruit, leaded glazed door to waist, 212cm high, c.1915 £300 - £400

1478 An oak long case clock, swan neck pediment, mahogany crossbanding, T.Mawkes Derby, Roman numerals, Arabic chapter ring, fluted quarter columns to trunk, shaped apron to base (1 weight) £400 - £600

1475 An 18th century oak longcase clock, the 25.5cm brass square dial with silvered chapter ring, Roman numerals, inscribed Thomas Budgen, Croyden, Fecit, single winding hole, thirty hour movement striking on a bell, the case with moulded cornice, brass capped freestanding pilasters, rectangular door, plinth base, 200cm high £300 - £400

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1480

1480 A wrought iron globular sundial, mounted, 117cm high overall £100 - £150

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1497 A 19th century child’s elm Windsor chair, pierced vasular splat, shaped seat, H-stretcher, mid 19th century £60 - £100

1481 A pair of unusual Victorian design cast iron wall hanging garden urns, each cast with laurel wreath and acanthus, bud pendant finials, 40cm high, 39.5cm wide £100 - £150 1482 London History - a Victorian cast iron shield shaped parish marker, St Michael Bassishaw, City of London, 23cm high, 21cm wide, dated 1881 £40 - £60

1483 A Victorian cast iron parish boundry marker, by John Bellow & Son, Leominster, erected between Leominster Old Parish and Wigmore Rural District, c.1887 £100 - £150

1498

1498 A Regency brass mounted rosewood rounded rectangular work table, the crossbanded top with hinged centre enclosing a baize lined writing surface, flanked by a pair of hinged covers enclosing compartments with pleated silk basket undertiers, turned twin-column end supprts, sabre legs, outlined throughout with brass stringing, brass casters, 75cm high, 76cm wide, c.1815 £800 - £1,200

1484

1484 An iron bound ship's capstan, 45cm high £60 - £100

1485 A marble garden statue, carved as a scantily clad putto, rectangular base, 73cm high £100 - £150

1495

1495 A ‘17th century’ oak rectangular blanket chest, hinged top above a three-panel linen fold front, stile feet, 54cm high, 122cm wide £150 - £200

1499

1499 A 19th century Continental gilt metal mounted burr walnut kidney shaped writing table, well figured quarterveneered top above a long frieze drawer, turned tapered legs, 75.5cm high, 93cm wide, c.1870 £200 - £300

1496 A 19th century brass bound camphor wood rectangular campaign chest, hinged cover, swan neck handles to sides, 26cm high, 63cm wide, c.1850 £100 - £150 For more images please visit

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1500

1500 A 19th century crossbanded mahogany bow fronted sideboard, oversailing top above an arrangement of drawers, ring handles, tapered square legs, spade feet, 89cm high, 169cm wide £80 - £120

1501 A ‘19th century’ elm window seat, reeded scroll ends, the deep button seat, H-stretches, tapered square legs, 92cm wide £200 - £300

1502 A 19th century French provincial fruitwood dining table, oversailing rectangular planked and staved top above a deep frieze, tapered square legs, 78cm high, 201cm long, 76cm wide, c.1880 £300 - £500 1503 A 19th century gilt metal mounted ebonised and marquetry pier cabinet, moulded top above a rectangular door, plinth base, 114cm high, 90cm wide, c.1880 £250 - £350

1505

1505 An unusual 19th century mahogany davenport, possibly by Gillows of Lancaster, three-quarter baluster spindle, hinged top with gadrooned edge and inset tooled and gilt leather writing surface enclosing pigeon holes, above a deep frieze carved with leafy scrolls, drawer to side with sliding cover, slide to verso, turned and fluted legs, brass casters, 94cm high, 61cm wide, c.1880 £1,500 - £2,000 1506 A 19th century giltwood and gesso wall hanging mirrored whatnot, arched cresting, 119cm high, 48cm wide, c.1870 £150 - £250 1507 A 19th century mahogany canted rectangular side table, moulded top with leaf carved edge, above a long frieze drawer, carved with leafy scrolls and a batwing boss, scroll legs, shaped and pierced undertier, scroll legs, 88cm high, 96cm wide £200 - £300 1508 A 19th century mahogany desk chair, pierced splats and downswept arms, saddle seat, serpentine legs, c.1880 £100 - £150

1504

1504 A 19th century gilt metal mounted mahogany and marquetry shaped rectangular bureau plat, the serpentine top with inset tooled leather writing surface, inlaid with ribbon-tied flowering stems, long drawer to frieze, serpentine legs, 74cm high, 89cm wide, c.1890 £200 - £300 For more images please visit

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1509 1509 A 19th century mahogany library bookcase, moulded cornice above two pairs of brass trimmed rectangular doors with arched glazing bars and lined in pleated silk, the projecting base with two pairs of panelled doors, plinth base, 239cm high, 213cm wide, c.1880 £2,000 - £3,000

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1510 A 19th century satinwood crossbanded mahogany kneehole desk, moulded top above an arrangement of five drawers, batwing paterae to angles, outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, tapered square legs, brass casters, 80cm high, 84.5cm wide £300 - £400

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1512 1511 A 19th century veined marble pedestal, square top, tapering column, turned base, square plinth, 119cm high £100 - £150

1512 A George IV mahogany library table, rounded rectangular top with acanthus carved edge and inset leather writing surface, above a cushion moulded frieze with drawers to front and sides, fluted panelled vasular end supports, acanthus grasped turned stretcher, lion paw feet, 75cm high, 144cm wide, c.1825 £1,500 - £2,000

1513 A 19th century walnut and marquetry inlaid shaped rectangular lady’s work/dressing table, gilt metal mounted, the folding top inlaid with a musical trophy, flowers and scrolling leaves, enclosing divided compartments and mirror, long frieze drawer, turned legs, the curved x-stretchers centred with an urnular finial, toupee feet, 72cm high, 67cm wide, c.1870 £500 - £700 1514 A 19th century yew Windsor armchair, hoop back, shaped and pierced ‘Chrismas tree’ splat, saddle seat, Ushaped armrail, turned legs, Yorkshire c.1840 £300 - £400

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1518 1515 A Burmese/Anglo-Indian hardwood occasional table, the circular top carved with deities, stylised figures and a broad band of scrolling foliage, flowerheads and lotus, serpentine legs carved with elephants, 63cm high, 67cm diam £150 - £200 1516 A Chinese hardwood low tea table, pierced apron, C-shaped legs, 41cm high, 100cm wide £150 - £200

1517 A Chinese padouk wood lobed oval jardiniere stand, beaded top inset with marble panel, the deep frieze, legs and undertier carved with fruiting vine and blossoming prunus, 82cm high, 38cm wide, c.1890 £150 - £200

1518 A Chinese export lacquer cabinet on stand, outswept cornice above a pair of rectangular panelled doors enclosing shelves and drawers, decorated in gilt overall with figures, pagodas, dragons, flowers, leaves, scrolls and trellis, brass swan neck handles to sides, cabriole legs, lion paw feet, 167.5cm high, 78cm wide, 18th century £3,000 - £5,000 1519 A Chinese padouk wood low tea table, moulded rectangular top, shaped apron, square legs carved with scrolls, 35cm high, 89cm wide £100 - £150

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1520 A Chippendale design mahogany elbow chair, by Edwards & Roberts, stamped, Cupid’s bow cresting rail and pierced splat carved with acanthus scrolls and flowerheads, scroll arms, stuffed-over seat, cabriole legs, ball and claw feet, c.1880 £80 - £120

1522

1522 A Victorian Franglais gilt metal mounted rosewood crossbanded burr walnut and marquetry kidney shaped writing table, the quarter-veneered top with pierced gallery, well inlaid with flowers and leafy scrolls above a frieze drawer, serpentine legs, ceramic casters £1,500 - £2,500

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1521

1523 A Chippendale Revival mahogany canted rectangular bijouterie table, the top carved with a border of blind fretwork, serpentine legs, arched X-stretcher centred by an upstand, 75cm high, 45cm wide, c.1915 £100 - £150

1521 A Black Forest novelty hall stand, well carved as a bear, her cub in the branches overhead, the branches forming provision for canes and umbrellas, c.1900 £3,000 - £4,000 For more images please visit

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1524 A Chippendale Revival mahogany display cabinet, stepped outswept cornice above a blind fretwork frieze and a curved astragal three-quarter glazed door flanked by canted angles, gadrooned apron, ball and claw feet, 189cm high, 120cm wide, c.1915 £200 - £300

1528 A George IV/William IV rosewood rounded rectangular library table, the well figured top above a pair of frieze drawers, columnar end supports with fluted lotus carved socles, lion paw feet, 73cm high, 133cm wide, c.1830 £700 - £1,000

1525 A Chippendale Revival mahogany silver table, the rectangular top above a deep frieze, moulded square legs, pierced brackets and shaped X stretcher, 72cm high, 71cm wide, c.1920 £200 - £300 1526 A Colonial hardwood bombe shaped chest, shaped and moulded oversailing top above four long graduated cockbeaded drawers, pierced brass bat shaped handles, fluted bun feet, 85cm high, 110cm wide £200 - £300

1529

1529 A Flemish oak buffet cupboard, rectangular top above three doors, the front carved with lion masks, fruiting branches, Reynolds angels, flowering cornucopia, portrait roundels and scrolling foliage, acanthus grasped fluted cupand-cover supports, 158cm high, 168cm wide £400 - £600

1527

1527 A Flemish oak buffet cupboard, rectangular top above three doors, the front carved with figural corbels, lion masks, fruiting branches, Reynolds angels, flowering cornucopia, portrait roundels and scrolling foliage, acanthus grasped fluted cup-and-cover supports, 129cm high, 275cm wide £400 - £600

1530

1530 A French Empire brass mounted mahogany commode, carrara marble top above three short and two long graduated drawers, flanked by ‘match striker’ and fluted split turnings, angular swan neck handles, turned tapered legs, 92cm high, 126cm wide, early 19th century £800 - £1,200

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1531 A French Louis XV Revival gilt metal mounted kidney shaped bureau plat, of small proportions, inset tooled and gilt leather writing surface, above a long frieze drawer, serpentine legs, 78cm high, 93cm wide, c.1900 £500 - £800

1534

1534 A George I/II walnut bureau, fall front enclosing a well, an inset writing surface and a cupboard flanked by ‘secret’ compartments and a stepped arrangement of pigeon holes and small drawers, above two short and two long graduated moulded drawers, brass swing handles, skirted base, bracket feet, 98cm high, 91cm wide, c.1730 £400 - £600

1532

1532 A French Transitional style gilt metal mounted rosewood and parquetry commode, of small proportions, moulded top above four drawers, inlaid with tumbling blocks and outlined with boxwood stringing, shaped apron, tall cabriole legs, 95cm high, 41cm wide £200 - £300

1533 A George I walnut lowboy, rounded rectangular crossbanded and quarter veneered top, with moulded edge, arrangement of two short and two deep drawers, engraved brass bat shaped handles, shaped apron, cabriole legs, pointed pad feet, 75cm high, 77cm wide, c.1715 £400 - £600

1535

1535 A George IV mahogany and parquetry games table, the top with sliding cover inlaid in burr yew, rosewood, walnut, coromandel and other specimem timbers, to verso for chess, lotus grasped end supports, turned stretcher, downswept legs, brass casters, 73.5cm high, 94.5cm wide, c.1830 £1,000 - £1,500 For more images please visit

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1536 An 18th century oak child's blanket chest, hinged rectangular panelled top, the frize and two-panel front carved with lozenges, stile feet, 49cm high, 91cm wide £100 - £150

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1537

1540 A George III brass bound mahogany coopered oval wine cooler, zinc liner, square legs, brass casters, 54cm high, 59.5cm wide £150 - £250

1537 A ‘George II’ mahogany bachelor’s chest, rounded rectangular folding top above a slide and four long graduated cock beaded drawers, brass ring handles, skirted base, bracket feet, 73cm high, 76cm wide £600 - £1,000 1538 A George II mahogany oval drop leaf table, cabriole legs, pad feet, 70cm high, 114cm wide (open), c.1750 £70 - £100

1539 A George II style parcel-gilt mahogany and gesso looking glass, shaped cresting carved with an eagle roundel, rectangular plate with gadrooned bezel, shaped apron centred by a maiden mask, the border applied with leafy scrolls and eagle masks, 131cm high, 128cm wide, c.1900 £300 - £400

1541

1541 A George III design mahogany serpentine fronted chest of four long graduated drawers, brass ring handles, shaped apron, outswept bracket feet, 92cm high, 92cm wide, c.1910 £100 - £150

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1545 A George III mahogany chest on chest, moulded cornice inlaid with chevons above two short and three long drawers, canted angles, the projecting base with three graduated drawers, oval brass handles embossed with ribbon tied husk swags, high bracket feet, 189cm high, 114cm wide, c.1790 £200 - £300

1542

1542 An Adam Revival mahogany bow centre side table, moulded top with carved edge above three fluted frieze drawers, the centre carved with ribbon-tied swags, the tapered legs with trailing bell husks, 74cm high, 113cm wide, c.1915 £200 - £300

1546

1546 A George III mahogany chest on chest, stepped cornice above two short and three long graduated moulded drawers, flanked by reeded canted angles, the base with three further long graduated drawers conforming, pierced brass bat shaped handles and escutcheons, skirted base, pierced bracket feet, 179cm high, 106cm wide, c.1775 £500 - £700

1543

1543 A George III mahogany bow fronted side table, slightly oversailing top above a long cockbeaded drawer, oval brass handles, tapered square legs, 71cm high, 96cm wide, c.1820 £150 - £200

1547 A George III mahogany crossbanded oak bow fronted wall hanging corner cupboard, moulded cornice above a pair of doors enclosing shelves, pierced brass escutcheons, skirted base, 85cm high, 66.5cm wide, c.1800 £70 - £100

1544 A George III mahogany bow fronted washstand, arched back with demi-lune upstand, drawer to frieze, outswept legs, 99cm high, 57cm wide, c.1810 £40 - £60

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1548

1548 A fine French boulle and ebonised bureau Mazzarin, rectangular top above a frieze drawer and cupboard to niche, flanked by two rows of three graduated drawers to each pedestal, inlaid throughout in premier and contra partie with strapwork and leafy scrolls, shaped X-stretchers, turned feet, 76.5cm high, 115cm wide, c.1840 ÂŁ7,000 - ÂŁ10,000

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1549 A George III mahogany dining table, rounded ends with fall leaves, two leaves to centre, moulded chamfered square legs, brass casters, 72cm high, 121.5cm wide, extending to 328cm long £200 - £300

1555 A George III mahogany rounded rectangular drop leaf dining table, square tapered legs, 71cm high, 113cm wide, c.1800 £60 - £100

1556 A ‘George III’ mahogany rounded rectangular side table, oversailing top, outlined with boxwood stringing, drawer to frieze brass drum handle, square tapered legs, 73cm high, 117cm wide £60 - £100

1550 A George III mahogany lowboy, rectangular moulded top above one long and two short drawers, brass swan neck handles, tapered square legs, 79cm high, 96cm wide, c.1780 £100 - £150

1557

1557 A George III mahogany rounded rectangular sideboard, slightly oversailing top with moulded edge above frieze and arched apron drawers, flanked by a cupboard and a bottle drawer, brass ring handles, tapered square legs, spade feet, 93cm high, 171cm wide, c.1820 £100 - £150

1558 A George III oak bureau, fall front enclosing a stepped arrangement of pigeon holes and small drawers, above four short and two long graduated drawers, skirted base, bracket feet, 98cm high, 91cm wide, c.1740 £120 - £180

1551

1551 A 19th century French gilt metal mounted mahogany crossbanded burr walnut kidney shaped commode, the slightly oversailing top with matched veneers above three drawers, flanked by projecting angles inlaid with trompe l'oeil fluting, serpentine legs, leafy sabots, 88cm high, 89cm wide, c.1870 £800 - £1,200

1559 A George III mahogany side table, the rectangular top above two short and one long drawer, brass swan neck handles, unusual outswept legs, 70cm high, 83cm wide, c.1790 £120 - £180

1560 A George III mahogany sideboard, possibly Scottish/North of England, reeded top above a frieze drawer flanked by a deep bottle drawer and a cupboard, crossbanded and outlined throughout with boxwood string, brass lion mask handles, tapered square legs, spade feet, 94cm high, 185cm wide, early 19th century £400 - £600

1552 A ‘George III’ mahogany rectangular desk, moulded top above an arrangement of five cockbeaded drawers, brass swan neck handles, tapered square legs, ceramic casters, 73cm high, 122cm wide £100 - £150

1553 A George III mahogany rectangular side table, oversailing top above a long frieze drawer, brass drum handles, tapered square legs, outlined with ebonised stringing, 74cm high, 91cm wide, c.1820 £100 - £150

1561 A George III mahogany splay fronted wall hanging corner cupboard, moulded cornice above an rectangular door inlaid with boxwood and ebony barber pole stringing, ivory kite shaped escutcheons,skirted base, 104cm high, 73cm wide, c.1815 £200 - £300

1554 A George III mahogany rectangular side table, oversailing top above a long frieze drawer, brass ring handles, chamfered square legs, 71cm high, 92cm wide, c.1760 £100 - £150

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1562

1562 A George III oak cricket table, circular top, outswept chamfered legs, 63cm high, 74cm diam, c.1800 £100 - £150

1566

1563 Campaign Furniture - a George III mahogany and brass oval three tier military whatnot, 85cm high, 74cm diam, c.1820 £100 - £50

1564 A George III oak dresser, the plate rack with three long shelves flanked by cupboards and two pairs of niches, the projecting base with four deep drawers, brass swan neck handles, 193cm high, 226cm wide, c.1760 (reduced) £1,000 - £1,500

1565 A George III oak dresser/housekeeper’s cupboard, moulded cornice above two open shelves flanked by a pair of arched glazed cupboards, the projecting base above a niche and a pair of panelled doors, applied with mouldings, stile feet, 101cm high, 172cm wide, c.1810 £400 - £600 1566 A George III Revival mahogany bergere library armchair, rectangular back, padded downswept arms with turned supports, squab cushion, tapered square legs, brass casters, c.1900 £100 - £150

1568

1567 A George III rosewood crossbanded saitinwood oval pembroke table, fall leaves, flush drawer to frieze, tapered square legs, brass casters, 70cm high, 76cm wide, c.1800 £100 - £150

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1568 A George III style mahogany caddy top bachelor’s chest of two short and three long graduated drawers, crossbanded and outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, shaped apron, outswept bracket feet, 73.5cm high, 61cm high, 20th century £100 - £150

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1569 A George III/IV provincial rosewood crossbanded mahogany linen press, stepped cornice above a pair of oval panelled doors, the slightly projecting base with four long graduated drawers, leafy cast ring handles, flanked by acanthus carved angles, outlined throughout with turned feet, 213cm high, 140cm wide, c.1820 £300 - £500

1573 A Victorian burr walnut serpentine card table, well figured folding top enclosing a baize lined playing surface, turned columns, scroll legs, 76cm high, c.1850 £300 - £400

1574 A George IV maple crossbanded mahogany and marquetry circular centre table, moulded top inlaid with an eight-pointed star, panelled column, incurved triform base, bun feet, brass casters, 73cm high, 138cm diam, c.1830 £300 - £400 1575 A George IV rosewood chiffonier, pierced gilt brass three-quarter gallery, rectangular mirror back flanked by turned columns, projecting base with amboyna top above a pair of glazed rectangular doors flanked by further doors with arched fretwork panels, bead and reel borders, plinth base, 143cm high, 153cm wide £500 - £700

1570

1570 A George IV mahogany canted rectangular reading table, hinged moulded top adjustable on a ratchet, fluted column, triform base, bun feet, 77cm high, 56cm wide, c.1830 £200 - £300

1576

1576 A George IV rosewood davenport, three-quarter gallery, hinged sloping top with inset leather writing surface, enclosing small drawers, above a scribe’s drawer and arched panelled door to side, turned feet, 89cm high, 52cm wide, c.1830 £200 - £300

1571 A George IV mahogany circular pedestal centre table, tilting top with deep frieze, cylindrical column, moulded socle, spreading circular base, bold lion paw feet, brass casters, 73cm high, 132cm diam, c.1825 £200 - £300

1572 A George IV mahogany rounded rectangular pedestal occasional table, slightly oversailing top above a shallow panelled frieze, canted column, moulded socle, incurved canted base, bun feet, brass casters, 74cm high, 56cm wide, c.1830 £100 - £150

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1577

1577 A George IV rosewood pedestal library writing table, rounded rectangular top with inset tooled and gilt leather reading and writing surface adjustable on a ratchet, above a long frieze drawer, turned handles, spreading octagonal column, moulded socle, incurved base, bun feet, brass casters, 73cm high, 97cm wide, c.1825 £200 - £300

1579

1579 A George IV rosewood side cabinet, rectangular superstructure with shaped three-quarter gallery and turned finials, projecting base with oversailing top above a pair of glazed rectangular doors lined with pleated silk, plinth base, 129cm high, 93cm wide, c.1825 £250 - £350

1580

1580 A George IV rosewood side cabinet, the low back with lotus scroll cresting and rectangular mirror, above four rectangular panelled doors, divided and flanked by turned columns, plinth base, 139cm high, 179cm wide, c.1830 £300 - £500

1578

1578 A George IV rosewood rounded rectangular work table, oversailing top above a fitted drawer and basket undertier, panelled baluster column, incurved canted base, bun feet, 74.5cm high, 74cm wide, c.1830 £200 - £300 For more images please visit

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1582

1582 A large Louis XVI style giltwood settee, moulded cresting rail, downswept arms terminating in spirally reeded baluster supports, stuffed-over upholstery, beaded borders, turned and reeded legs, 215cm long, c.1900 £300 - £400 1583 A large Victorian mahogany rounded rectangular wind-out dining table, with three leaves, moulded top above a deep frieze, turned legs, ceramic casters, 74cm high, 140cm wide, extending to 306cm long, c.1860 £800 - £1,200 1584 A large Victorian oak rounded rectangular wind-out dining table, with three leaves, moulded top above a deep frieze, bold turned and reeded legs beaded and carved with acanthus, ceramic casters, 76cm high, 150cm wide, extending to 304cm long, c.1870 £800 - £1,200

1581

1581 A harlequin set of fourteen elm dining chairs, spindle backs, rush seats, straightened cabriole legs, pad feet, Lancashire/Cheshire, c.1840 £600 - £800

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1585 A large Victorian rosewood ‘canterbury’, threequarter spindle gallery with turned finials, above a pair of drawers, turned handles, skirted base, bun feet, 32cm high, 125cm wide £100 - £150 1586 A large Victorian shaped serpentine window seat, stuffed-over upholstery, ceramic casters, 319cm long, c.1880 £200 - £300

1587 A late 19th century Milanese ivory marquetry and ebonised display cabinet, shaped broken arched pediment, above glazed rectangular doors, the base with a further pair of doors, inlaid and engraved with a portrait roundel and leafy scrolls, plinth base, 178cm high, 92cm wide, c.1895 £300 - £500

1590

1590 A late Victorian mahogany serpentine bijouterie table, hinged top, serpentine legs, scroll feet, 76cm high, 66cm wide, c.1890 £100 - £150

1588

1588 A late Victorian mahogany estate office cabinet, moulded top above two rows of nine short drawers flanked by a long panelled door, tall plinth base, 168cm high, 106cm wide, c.1900 £300 - £400

1589 A good George II walnut chest on chest, moulded cornice above three short and three long graduated well figured crossbanded drawers, flanked by reeded canted angles, the slightly projecting base with a slide and three further long drawers conforming, brass bat shaped handles, the lower drawer with concave niche inlaid with a star-burst, skirted base, bracket feet, 176cm high, 104cm wide, c.1745 £8,000 - £12,000 For more images please visit

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1591 A Louis XV gilt metal mounted rosewood and marquetry quatrefoil occasional table, quarter-veneered crossbanded top with four fall leaves, inlaid with flowering leafy stems, serpentine legs, 72.5cm high, 53cm wide (closed), 129cm wide (open), c.1870 £300 - £500 176

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1592 A Louis XV Revival gilt metal mounted kingwood and marquetry bureau du dame, pierced three-quarter gallery, fall front enclosing small drawers and a well, shaped apron, inlaid overall with flowering branches, serpentine legs, 93cm high, 65cm wide, c.1900 £150 - £250

1594 A Louis XV style gilt metal mounted kingwood open bookcase, moulded top with moulded top above two adjustable shelves, shaped apron, cabriole legs, 94cm high, 79cm wide £200 - £300

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1593 A Louis XV style gilt metal mounted jardiniere table, lift-off cover within pierced gallery, above a deep frieze outlined with boxwood stringing, shaped serpentine legs and X-stretcher with urnular under-finial, 82cm high, 53cm wide £200 - £300 For more images please visit

1595 A Louis XV style gilt metal mounted mahogany occasional table, serpentine marble top above a shallow frieze, open undertier, outswept feet, 73.5cm high, 54cm wide, c.1900 £150 - £200

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1596 A Louis XV style gilt metal mounted mahogany occasional table, serpentine marble top above a shallow frieze, open undertier, outswept feet, 76.5cm high, 41cm wide, c.1900 £150 - £200

1599 A Louis XVI style gilt metal mounted mahogany canted rectangular side table, marble top with pierced brass gallery, above a deep frieze, turned and reeded legs, open undertier, 82cm high, 43cm wide, c.1910 £120 - £180

1601

1601 A George II/early George III mahogany kneehole desk, rounded rectangular moulded top above a long fitted cockbeaded frieze drawer, cupboard to niche, three short cockbeaded drawers to each pedestal, pierced brass batshaped handles, skirted base, shaped bracket feet, 75cm high, 91cm wide, c.1755 £1,500 - £2,000

1597

1597 A Louis XV style gilt metal mounted marquetry shaped serpentine centre table, oversailing top above a deep frieze, inlaid with leafy scrolls, serpentine legs, 75cm high, 78.5cm wide £300 - £400

1602 A mid-18th century oak dresser, moulded cornice above an open plate rack and a row of four small drawers, the projecting base with three moulded drawers above a deep ogee arched frieze and a pot board, brass bat shaped handles, chamfered square legs, 201cm high, 168cm wide, c.1760 £400 - £600

1598 An Italian giltwood low occasional table, mirrored plateau, cabriole legs, early 20th century £150 - £200

1603 A pair of Anglo-Indian hardwood side chairs, shaped cresting rails flanked by bud finials, above rows of spindles, carved overall with meandering leafy stems, spirally turned legs and stretchers, c.1880 £500 - £700 1604 A pair of George III mahogany rounded rectangular side tables, reeded tops above deep friezes, turned tapered legs, 71cm high, 106cm wide, c.1820 (formerly part of a dining table) £100 - £150

1605 A pair of Victorian Gothic Revival oak hall chairs, pierced and carved shield shaped backs, solid seats with moulded seats, shaped underframes pierced with tracery, c.1860 £150 - £200

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1606 A Queen Anne/George I walnut bureau cabinet, moulded concave cornice above a pair of mirrored doors and candle slides, fall front enclosing a later fitted interior with rectangular door flanked by ‘secret’ compartments, pigeon holes and small drawers, the former well now with a long drawer, above two short and two long graduated drawers, brass bat shaped handles, skirted base, bracket feet, 205cm high, 95cm wide, c.1715 and later £5,000 - £7,000

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1609 A Regency palmwood rounded rectangular work table, crossbanded top above twi graduated drawers, turned handles, basket undertier, shaped and pierced end supports, turned stretcher and base, applied with draught turned roundels, bun feet, 73cm high, 50cm wide, c.1820 £150 - £200

1607

1607 A Regency mahogany bow fronted chest of two short and three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, oval brass handles, outlined with ebony stringing, shaped apron, bracket feet, 97cm high, 90cm wide, c.1820 £200 - £300

1608 A Regency mahogany pedestal pembroke table, possibly Scottish, rounded rectangular top with fall leaves, drawer to frieze, blind to verso, brass drum handles, outlined with ebonised stringing, turned column, hipped sabre legs, brass lion paw capped casters, 73cm high, 98cm long, c.1825 £100 - £150

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1610 A Regency rosewood D-shaped card table, folding top outlined with brass stringing, enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, curved scrolling X-shaped end supports and stretcher, brass casters, 74cm high, 91cm wide, c.1820 £300 - £500 For more images please visit

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1611 A Regency style giltwood convex looking glass, eagle cresting, flanked by scrolling acanthus, the moulded frame applied with spheres, leafy C-scroll apron, 115cm high, 68cm wide, late 19th century £200 - £300 1612 A Rococo giltwood and gesso cartouche shaped looking glass, bold flowerhead and leafy scroll border, 100cm high, 66cm wide, 18th/19th century £200 - £300

1613 A Scottish George III mahogany secretaire chest, the rectangular top above a fitted drawer, enclosing a baize lined writing surface, cupboard pigeon holes and dresser, above three long graduated cocked graduated drawers, flanked by faux stop fluted angles, octagonal loose ring handles, ivory shield shaped escutcheon, skirted base, bracket feet, 119cm high, 119cm wide, c.1820 £300 - £400 1614 A Scottish George III mahogany side table, rectangular oversailing top, above three frieze drawers, with re-entrant panels, ebony kite shaped escutcheon, square tapered legs, 76cm high, 129cm wide, c.1815 £200 - £300

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1618 A set of four Victorian Gothic Revival oak hall chairs, pointed arched backs pierced with tracery, canted and chamfered seats, turned legs, c.1880 £150 - £200

1619 A set of George III Revival mahogany quartetto tables, rectangular tops applied with mouldings, slender turned end supports, sledge feet, 71cm to 64cm high, 56cm to 41cm wide, c.1900 £200 - £300

1620 A set of six Chippendale design mahogany dining chairs, shaped cresting rails and pierced splats carved with stiff leaves and acanthus scrolls, drop-in seats, moulded square legs, H-stretchers, 19th century £700 - £1,000 1621 A set of six early Victorian mahogany bar back dining chairs, stuffed-over seats, turned forelegs, c.1840 £200 - £300

1622 A Victorian mahogany rectangular library table, moulded top, turned and reeded end supports and stretchers, downswept legs, brass casters, 73cm high, 106cm wide, c.1870 £100 - £150

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1615 A George IV mahogany bergere library armchair, reeded rectangular back, downswept padded arms and front rail, squab cushion, turned and fluted legs, brass casters, c.1825; another, similar (2) £1,500 - £2,500

1623 A set of six George IV mahogany bar back dining chairs, stuffed-over upholstery, turned and fluted legs, c.1825 £200 - £300

1616 A Scottish Regency bow fronted chest, crossbanded top above three short and three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, outlined throughout with boxwood string, oval brass handles, bracket feet, 100cm high, 121cm wide, c.1820 £400 - £600

1624 A set of ten Regency mahogany dining chairs, curved cresting rails carved with volutes, drop-in seats, moulded sabre legs, c.1815 £700 - £1,000

1625 A set of ten Victorian Aesthetic Movement oak dining chairs, comprising eight side chairs and a pair of carvers, rounded rectangular backs, stuffed-over upholstery, turned and chamfered legs, ceramic casters, c.1880 £200 - £300

1617 A set of four George IV mahogany bar back dining chairs, comprising a pair of carvers and a pair of side chairs, turned and fluted central rails, stuffed over upholstery, stuffedover upholstery, turned legs, c.1825 £100 - £150

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1626 A Sheraton Revival mahogany demi-lune display cabinet, moulded cornice, single door above rectangular panels, outlined with chequered stringing, tapered square legs, spade feet, 182cm high, 90cm wide, c.1900 £150 - £200 1627 A Sheraton Revival mahogany display cabinet, arched moulded cornice above a single door, flanked by bowed angles, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, tapered square legs, spade feet, 183cm high, 128cm wide, c.1900 £120 - £180

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1632 A small 19th century Franglais ormolu mounted kingwood bureau plat, shaped top with inset leather writing surface, above a bombe shaped frieze with long drawer, serpentine legs, 74cm high, 82cm wide, c.1850 £300 - £500

1628

1628 A Victorian Gothic Revival oak metamorphic side chair library steps, the arched back pierced with tracery, solid seat, c.1870 £200 - £300

1629 A Sheraton Revival mahogany display cabinet, arched moulded cornice above a single door, flanked by bowed angles, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, tapered square legs, spade feet, 183cm high, 128cm wide, c.1900 £120 - £180

1630 A Sheraton Revival mahogany serpentine fronted salon display cabinet, serpentine cresting, oversailing top above a glazed door enclosing shelves, tapered square legs, 114cm high, 53.5cm wide, c.1900 £80 - £120

1633

1633 A small George III Revival mahogany bowfronted chest of two short and three long graduated drawers, moulded top, oval swing handles, skirted base, bracket feet, 91cm high, 92cm wide, c.1900 £200 - £300

1631 A Sheraton Revival satinwood crossbanded mahogany cylinder bureau, pierced brass three-quarter gallery, the front inlaid with an oval shell patera, enclosing a retractable plateau with inset tooled and gilt leather writing surface, pigeon holes and small drawers, above three long graduated drawers, further batwing paterae to angles, shaped bracket feet, 109cm high, 91.5cm wide, c.1900 £200 - £300 For more images please visit

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1634 A substantial 19th century American mahogany kneehole cylinder desk, shaped three-quarter gallery centred by an acanthus boss, above a retractable front, enclosing a sliding plateau with inset writing surface, cupboard, pigeon holes and small drawers, the niche with a pair of panelled doors, four graduated drawers to each pedestal, carved handles, plinth base, 137cm high, 153cm wide, c.1880 £600 - £800

1637

1637 A Victorian burr walnut and marquetry bowed rectangular centre table, moulded quarter-veneered top inlaid with a lozenge, outlined with banding and boxwood stringing, turned fluted and reeded legs, shaped X-stretcher, ceramic casters, 74cm high, 106cm wide, c.1860 £300 - £400

1638 A Victorian burr walnut oval Sutherland table, moulded top above a deep frieze, turned and fluted baluster end supports, turned stretcher, scroll feet, ceramic casters, 73cm high, 90cm wide, c.1850 £200 - £300

1639 A pair of George III mahogany commode fronted knife boxes, hinged sloping covers enclosing fitted interiors, the fronts applied with silver coloured metal escutcheons and ribbon-tied shield shaped reserves, flanked by trompe l'oiel fluting, outlined throughout with barberpole stringing, the stands with tapered square legs and spade feet, 69.5cm high, 24.5cm wide £1,500 - £2,000

1635

1640 A Victorian burr walnut Sutherland table, rounded rectangular top, pierced vasular sides, turned legs, bun fee, 72cm high, 98cm wide, c.1870 £100 - £150

1635 A substantial 19th century burr walnut and ebonised country house side cabinet, arched cresting carved with a cartouche and fruiting branches, above a pair of glazed doors flanked by bowed shelves, the projecting base with drawers and hinged compartments above cupboards, each carved and applied with fruiting pendants and acanthus scrolls, plinth base, 301cm high, 210cm wide, c.1860 £1,500 - £2,000

1641 A Victorian faux rosewood tripod occasional table, moulded top, turned and carved column and cabriole legs, 68cm high, 62cm wide £60 - £100

1642 A Victorian gilt metal mounted mahogany and marquetry salon cabinet, in Louis XV style, the pagoda top with pierced three-quarter gallery above a shaped door, centred by a circular panel, inlaid with scrolls and a musical trophy, glazed to angles, shaped apron, serpentine legs, 123cm high, 58cm wide, c.1875 £300 - £400

1636 A Victorian brass bound and coopered mahogany cylindrical umbrella stand, stepped base, 69cm high, 22.5cm diam, c.1870 £60 - £100

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1649 A ‘Victorian’ mahogany pedestal occasional table, moulded green veined marble top above a deep frieze, turned baluster column, cabriole legs, scroll feet, 74cm high, 46cm wide £80 - £120

1650

1650 A Victorian mahogany pedestal sideboard, moulded top above panelled doors divided and flanked by acanthus carved brackets, plinth base, 211cm wide, c.1860 £80 - £120

1643

1643 A Victorian gilt metal mounted walnut pier cabinet, moulded top above a glazed rectangular door, outlined with boxwood stringing, shaped plinth base, 108cm high, 81cm wide, c.1880 £120 - £180

1644 A Victorian Gothic Revival limed oak octagonal cellaret, hinged cover, arched panelled sides, turned and carved baluster column, quatrefoil base, bun feet, 75cm high, 48cm wide, c.1865 £100 - £150 1645 A Victorian limed oak rectangular library table, moulded top with carved edge and inset leather writing surface, above a deep frieze with a pair of drawers applied with acanthus brackets, X-shaped end supports, sledge feet, 79cm high, 160cm wide, c.1880 £400 - £600 1646 A Victorian mahogany bachelor’s cabinet, moulded top above a pair of rectangular doors with raised arched panels, enclosing four short and one long drawer, turned handles, plinth base, 89cm high, 91cm wide, c.1860 £200 - £300

1651

1651 A Victorian mahogany press cupboard, rectangular top above a pair of rounded rectangular panelled doors, enclosing three sliding trays, plinth base, 112cm high, 114.5cm wide, c.1860 £150 - £200

1647 A late Victorian oak and brass revolving book stand, scrolling divisions with provision for four rows of books, incurved stretcher, 85cm high, 40cm wide, c.1890 £100 - £150 1648 A Victorian mahogany mahogany wash stand, white marble top with three-quarter gallery above a pair of frieze drawers, turned handles, turned and reeded legs, 91cm high, 118cm wide, c.1880 £100 - £150 For more images please visit

1652 Robert Thompson of Kilburn - an oak rectangular firescreen, embroidered panel, 67cm high, 48cm wide, mouse signature £200 - £300

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1657 A Victorian mahogany X-frame library table, rectangular top above three moulded frieze drawers, turned handles, acanthus carved end supports, turned legs, fluted feet, 77cm high, 120cm wide £100 - £150

1653

1653 A Victorian mahogany rounded rectangular pull-out dining table, with two leaves, moulded top above a deep frieze, turned legs, brass casters, 74cm high, 120cm wide, extending to 235cm long, c.1860 (alterations) £300 - £500 1654 A Victorian mahogany shaped serpentine washstand, moulded top with shaped back, above a frieze drawer, scroll legs, incurved undertier, 93cm high, 113cm wide, c.1880 £70 - £100

1655 A Victorian mahogany swivel desk chair, rectangular back carved with stiff leaves, brass studded leather upholstery, reeded legs, c.1880 £100 - £150

1658

1658 A Victorian oak pedestal cylinder desk, moulded three-quarter gallery, retractable front enclosing a sliding plateau with inset leather writing surfaces adjustable on a ratchet,pigeon holes and small drawers, three graduated drawers, turned handles, plinth base, c.1880 £300 - £400

1656 A Victorian mahogany three piece salon suite, comprising a sofa and a pair of armchairs, each shaped serpentine cresting rail carved with a lotus lunette, pierced splats, scroll arms, stuffed-over upholstery, cabriole legs, ceramic casters, the sofa 150cm wide, c.1890 £200 - £300

1659 A Victorian oak window seat, rectangular top with turned ends and leaf carved border, above a deep frieze carved with scrolling foliage above a wavy apron applied with turned roundels, turned legs carved with acanthus, 103cm wide, c.1880 £80 - £120

1660 A Victorian papier mache music stand, in the manner of Jennens and Bettridge, shaped circular plateau adjustable on a ratchet, urnular column, shaped square base, stylised paw feet, inlaid in gilt, and inlaid with mother-of-pearl throughout with flowers and scrolling foliage, 102cm high, 42cm wide, c.1850 £300 - £500

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1661 A 19th century Continental gilt metal mounted walnut and marquetry bonheur du jour, inverted breakcentre superstructure with and arrangement of small drawers, the projecting top conforming above a deep frieze and tambour front enclosing further drawers, inlaid with musical trophies, flowers and scrolling leaves, serpentine legs, open undertier, 93cm high, 63cm wide, c.1870 £1,500 - £2,000

1666 An Adam Revival mahogany and marquetry elbow chair, the oval back with shell cresting and fluted border above ribbon-tied bell husk swags flanked by sphinxes, above a deep front rail inlaid with a band of anthemion, turned and fluted legs carved with lotus, c.1890 £800 - £1,200

1662 A Victorian pollard oak inverted break centre sideboard, oversailing top with low panelled back, above a deep frieze with three drawers, cupboards to pedestals, plinth base, 98cm high, 222cm wide, c.1880 £300 - £500

1663 A Victorian pollard oak two-piece bedroom suite, comprising a wardrobe and dressing table, the wardrobe wioth moulded dentil cornice and convex fluted frieze above an arrangement of doors and drawers, carved with lion masks and scrolling leaves, plinth base, with conforming dressing table with arched bevelled mirror, drawer to frieze flanked by four further to pedestal, turned legs, ceramic casters, wardrobe 196cm high, 159cm wide, dressing table 91cm wide, c.1880 £200 - £300

1664 A Victorian satin birch chest of two short and three long graduated drawers, moulded top, pierced brass handles, canted angles with raised panels and bosses, skirted base, 105cm high, 105cm wide, c.1875 £150 - £200

1667

1667 A Victorian walnut and marquetry rectangular card table, the well figured quarter-veneered folding top enclosing an inset playing surface, above a deep frieze, inlaid with leafy stems and outlined with boxwood stringing, tapered square legs, 76cm high, 91cm wide, c.1860 £200 - £300

1665 A Victorian scumbled and painted pine wardrobe/ linen press, moulded cornice above a pair of rectangular arched panelled rectangular doors enclosing hanging space, sliding trays and drawers, plinth base, 206cm high, 124cm wide, c.1860 £150 - £200

1668

1668 A Victorian walnut and parquetry hexagonal tripod games table, the moulded top inlaid for chess, turned column and cabriole legs carved with acanthus and trailing bell husks, 73cm high, 66cm wide, c.1870 £150 - £180

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1669 A George III mahogany oval drop leaf table, straightened cabriole legs pad feet, 71cm high, 123cm wide, c.1750 £150 - £200

1672

1672 A William IV crossbanded mahogany side cabinet, rectangular superstructure with two graduated shelves flanked by acanthus scrolls, the projecting base with a pair of cushion moulded drawers above rectangular panelled doors, plinth base, 130.5cm high, 106cm wide, c.1835 £150 - £200

1673 A William IV rosewood serving table, shaped back, carved and applied with leafy scrolls, canted top, concave moulded frieze, scrolls legs, 141cm high, 211cm wide, c.1835 £600 - £1,000 1674 A William IV/early Victorian mahogany rounded rectangular pull-out dining table, with four leaves, moulded top above a deep frieze, turned legs, brass casters, 73cm high, 139cm wide, extending to 312cm long, c.1840 £400 - £600

1670

1670 A Victorian walnut library occasional table, crossbanded quarter-veneered top with re-entrant angles, turned and reeded legs, stretchers and underfinials, ceramic casters, 72cm high, 109cm wide, c.1865 £120 - £180

1671 A Victorian walnut open bookcase, rectangular top above three adjustable shelves, reeded borders, plinth base, 124cm high, 153cm wide, c.1880 £200 - £300

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1674 1675 A William IV/early Victorian mahogany wind-out dining table, moulded top above a deep frieze, fluted legs, brass casters, 74cm high, 121cm wide, c.1835 (for restoration) £100 - £150

1676 An 18th century oak blanket box, four panelled front, conforming top, stile legs, 75cm high, 139cm wide, c.1740 £200 - £300

1677 An 18th century style oak dresser, incorporating a George II longcase clock movement, breakcentre plate rack with moulded outswept cornice above a 25.5cm square brass dial and long door, flanked by open shelves, projecting base with moulded top and three deep drawers, pierced brass bat shaped handles, cabriole legs, fluted pad feet, 206cm high, 167cm wide, c.1900, the clock components c.1750 £200 - £300

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1678 1678 A fine 19th century Franglais ormolu mounted burr walnut, amboyna, kingwood, mahogany and marquetry centre table, the crossbanded top well inlaid with a flowring urn, winged female-capped C-scrolls, strapwork and bands of scrolling foliage, above a deep frieze with shaped apron and drawer further inlaid, shaped X-stretcher, turned stopfluted legs, 76cm high, 143cm wide, c.1850 £4,000 - £6,000

1679 An early 18th century oak blanket chest, hinged planked top with notched ends above a two-panel front carved with lozenges and stylised guilloche, tall end supports, 71.5cm high, 126cm wide £150 - £200

1680 An early 19th century yew and elm stick back Windsor elbow chair, serpentine arms terminating in scrolls, saddle seat, plain legs and stretchers, c.1820 £100 - £150 1681 An early 20th century shop fitting display counter, by F Sage & Co Ltd, London, moulded top above two pairs of doors, brass fittings, mirrored interior, skirted base, 93cm high, 306cm wide, en-suite with two counter top display cabinets, 113cm high overall (3) £100 - £150 For more images please visit

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1685 An Edwardian mahogany gentleman’s smoking room table, rounded rectangular moulded top with sliding cover enclosing a rising plateau with provision for smoking requistes, above a door with pipe rack to verso flanked by a drawer, shaped X-stretcher, square pad feet, 72.5cm high, 51.5cm wide, c.1910 £150 - £200

1686 An Edwardian nest of three rosewood crossbanded rectangular occasional tables, moulded tops, outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, incurved undertier, outswept legs, 64cm to 60cm high, 51.5cm to 38cm wide, c.1905 £60 - £100

1687 An Edwardian Sheraton Revival tapering square pedestal, inland with boxwood and ebony stringing, 113cm high, c.1910 £70 - £100

1688 An Indo-Chinese polychrome painted hardwood circular centre table, pierced and carved with dragons, flowers and scrolling foliage, bold feet carved as crawling infants, 72cm high, 72cm diam £80 - £120

1682

1682 An early 20th century tall shop fitting display cabinet, concave moulded cornice above a pair of doors, brass fittings, the border carved in the 17th century taste with a band of over-lapping pendants, brass fittings, deep base, 242cm high, 122cm wide £100 - £150

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1683 An Edwardian coopered oak oval planter, with liner, on X-frame stand, 51cm wide, the planter with ivory label for R.A.Listers & Co Ltd, Dursley, England £60 - £100

1689 An Italian olive wood bombe shaped side cabinet, of small proportions, oyster veneered top above a pair of drawers and doors, shaped apron, crossbanded and outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, cabriole legs carved with stiff leaves to knees, shaped pad feet, 75cm high, 80cm wide, 19th century £200 - £300

1684 An Edwardian mahogany Carlton House desk, the sweeping superstructure with rectangular cupboard door flanked by two rows of three drawers and a pair of hinged compartments, veneered with well figured ovals, inset tooled leather writing surface above three frieze drawers, square tapered legs, brass casters, 100cm high, 112cm wide, c.1900 £1,500 - £2,000

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1691 1691 An unusual Regency brass bound mahogany bowed rectangular wine cooler, reeded apron, sabre legs, brass capped casters, zinc lined, 55cm high, 83cm wide, c.1815 £1,000 - £1,500

1692 An unusual Victorian burr walnut occasional writing table, moulded top with fall leaves, adjustable writing surface and hinged scribe’s compartment, turned and fluted end supports, acanthus carved cabriole legs, ceramic casters, 76cm high, 68cm wide £500 - £700

1693 A William IV/early Victorian mahogany wardrobe, lotus carved cornice above a pair of arched panelled doors, enclosing one long and four short graduated drawers and hanging space, the angles applied with leafy scroll carved brackets, plinth base, 210cm high, 161cm wide £300 - £400 1694 A good Regency gonzolo alves pier table and mirror, pointed architectural cornice above a deep frieze, rectangular mirror divided half columns, inlaid overall with leafy scrolls and roundels, the base with C-scroll supports, lion paw feet, rectangular plinth, c.1815 £800 - £1,200

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1695 A pair of 18th century walnut and marquetry chairs, serpentine caned backs, stuffed over seats, tuned out swept legs Harry Epworth Allen Sale £1,000 - £1,500

1697 A George III mahogany serpentine side/serving table, moulded top above three cockbeaded frieze drawers, brass swan neck handles, tapered square legs, 79cm high, 126cm wide, c.1770 £400 - £600

1696 A near pair of George I red walnut shaped rectangular tables, drawer to frieze, cabriole legs, pad feet, c.1720 £1,000 - £1,500

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1698 A George III style satinwood marquetry and parquetry rounded rectangular library table, 20th century £600 - £800

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1699 1699 A substantial 18th Chinese polychrome lacquer marriage bed, stepped pagoda cresting, arched apron flanked by rectangular panels, pierced and carved throughout with figures of the court, buildings, fanciful birds, scrolls and trellis, panelled sides, step to entrance, 212cm high, 213cm wide, Quinlong reign ÂŁ1,000 - ÂŁ1,500

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1700 A Victorian gilt metal mounted walnut and marquetry side cabinet, moulded top and deep frieze above a rectangular door flanked by curved glazed doors, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, 113cm high, 138cm wide, c.1860 £600 - £800 1701 A Victorian gilt metal mounted walnut and marquetry side cabinet, moulded top and deep frieze above a rectangular door flanked by curved glazed doors, 114cm high, 151cm wide, c.1860 £700 - £1,000

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1702 A Sheraton Revival mahogany and marquetry square occasional table, the top inlaid in coloured woods with batwings outlined with a band of ribbon, arched scroll stretcher, tapered square legs, brass casters, 75cm high, 66cm wide, c.1910 £300 - £500

1703 A Victorian walnut and marquetry rounded rectangular card table, folding top enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, turned legs and stretchers, scroll feet, ceramic casters, 73cm high, 91cm wide, c.1850 £400 - £600 1704 Tribal Art - an African circular stool or table, pierced and carved with stylised figures, late 19th/early 20th century £120 - £180

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1705 A George III Revival mahogany tray top pot cupboard, pierced gallery, above a rectangular door centred by a satinwood oval, pierced brackets to angles, outlined throughout with chequered banding and boxwood stringing, X-stretcher, 79cm high, 32cm wide, c.1890 £80 - £120

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1706 A Victorian walnut serpentine fronted three tier whatnot, pierced three-quarter gallery, with knop finials, spirally turned uprights, drawer to base, ceramic casters, 120cm high, 50cm wide, c.1850 £400 - £600

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FURNITURE AND WORKS OF ART PICTURES AND PRINTS EUROPEAN AND ORIENTAL CERAMICS 20TH CENTURY AND DECORATIVE 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, TOKENS, POSTCARDS AND COLLECTORS ITEMS COLLECTABLE TOYS AND CARS

James Lewis, M.R.I.C .S. and Steven Iredale James Lewis, M.R.I.C .S. Annabel Brammer, M.R.I.C .S. Annabel Brammer, M.R.I.C .S. Steven Iredale Chris Goldsmith & Nicholas Hall Christine Lewis Maxwell Craven Max Craven Dr Colin Lewis Ian Crawford Chris Goldsmith Maxwell Craven Sean Devitt

DERBY SALEROOM ONE VICTORIAN AND GENERAL SALE ASSESSOR DERBY SALEROOM THREE VICTORIAN AND GENERAL SALE ASSESSOR SALEROOM THREE MANAGER DERBY SALEROOM JUNIOR VICTORIAN AND GENERAL SALE ASSESSOR

Tim Clarke, Nick Hall and Peter Samson Natasha Muir & Colette Coleman Justine Hammond-Wiseman Daniel Smith

SALEROOM ACCOUNTS & ENQUIRES REMOVALS AND DELIVERIES SALE DAY CATERING AND REFRESHMENTS DOMESTIC SERVICES BAKEWELL SALEROOM VICTORIAN AND GENERAL SALE ASSESSORS BAKEWELL SALEROOM RECEPTION AND ENQUIRES BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

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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 on request.

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Conditions of Sale Rescission Notwithstanding any other terms of these Conditions, if within fourteen days after the sale Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited have received from the buyer of any lot notice in writing that in his view the lot is a deliberate forgery and within twenty-one days after such notification the buyer returns the same to Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited in the same condition as at the time of sale and by producing evidence, the burden of proof to be upon the buyer, satisfies Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited that considered in the light of the entry in the catalogue the lot is a deliberate forgery then the sale of the lot will be rescinded and the purchase price of the same refunded. The seller and the buyer agree to be bound by Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited’s decision.

Definitions In these Conditions Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited act only as auctioneers and agents for the seller and the representative of Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited conducting the auction is called the 'Auctioneer'. General Whilst Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited make every effort to ensure the accuracy of their catalogue and the description of any lot:(a) Each lot as set out in the catalogue or as divided or combined with any other lot or lots sold by the seller with all faults, imperfections and errors of description. (b) Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited do not accept responsibility for the authenticity, attribution, genuineness, origin, authorship, date, age, period, condition or quality of any lot unless they have been instructed in writing by the seller to so cer tify, and in such case the auctioneers do so as agents of the seller and are not themselves responsible for such claims. (c) All statements whether printed in the catalogue or made orally as to any of the matters set out above are statements of opinion only and are not to be taken as being or implying any warranties or representations of fact by Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited unless they have been instructed in writing by the seller to so certify. (d) The Auctioneers must receive any claim under any Statute in writing within ten days of the day of the sale.

Default Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited disclaim responsibility for default by either the buyer or the seller as they act, as agents for the seller only and therefore do not pay out to the seller until payment is received from the buyer. Instructions given by telephone are accepted at the sender’s risk and must be confirmed in writing forthwith. In the event of a sale by private treaty both the seller and the buyer agree to be bound by the General and any Special Conditions of Sale. In the event of a sale by private treaty both the seller and the buyer agree to be bound by the General and Special Conditions of Sale.

The Auction (a) The Auctioneer has absolute discretion to divide any lot, to combine any two or more lots or withdraw any lot or lots from the sale, to refuse bids, regulate bidding or cancel the sale without in any case giving any reason or without previous notice. They may bid on behalf of the seller for all goods which are being offered subject to reserve or at the Auctioneer’s discretion. (b) The highest bidder shall be the buyer except in the case of dispute. The Auctioneer may at their sole discretion determine the advance of bidding or refuse a bid. If during the auction the Auctioneer considers that a dispute has arisen, they have absolute discretion to settle it or to reoffer the lot. (c) Each lot is put up for sale subject to any reserve price placed by the seller. Where no reserves have been placed the seller has the right to bid either personally or by any one person on his behalf, which may be the Auctioneer. (d) All conditions, notices, descriptions, statements and other matters in the catalogue and elsewhere concerning any lots are subject to any statements modifying or affecting the same made by the Auctioneer from the rostrum prior to any bid being accepted for the lot.

Third Party Liability Every person on Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited’s premises at any time shall be deemed to be there at their own risk. They shall have no claim against Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited in respect of any accident which may occur or injury, damage or loss howsoever caused, save in so far as the injury, damage or loss shall be caused by the direct negligence of Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited’s employees.

Conditions of Sale Applicable to Buyers

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Property and Risk The legal title in a lot shall not pass to the buyer until the lot(s) has been paid for in full and the Auctioneers shall be entitled to a lien on any lot sold until the purchase price is paid in full but each lot is at the sole risk of the buyer from the fall of the hammer. Each buyer shall forthwith give his full names and permanent address and if called upon to do so by the Auctioneer shall pay Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited such proportion of the purchase price as the Auctioneer may require. If the buyer fails to do so, the lot may at the Auctioneer’s sole discretion be put up again and re-sold.

Commission to Bid Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited will execute bids on behalf of intending buyers unable to attend the sale at no charge. Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited undertake to purchase lots as cheaply as allowed by other bids and reserves. Bids must be submitted in writing and whilst every care is taken in carrying out instructions Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited cannot be held responsible for errors or omissions made in carrying out such bids. Lots on which Value Added Tax is payable on or included in the hammer price are indicated in the catalogue or description sheet with a sign. VAT is payable on or included in the hammer price of such lots at the rates prevailing on the day of the auction.

Every bidder shall be deemed to act as principal unless there is in force a written acknowledgement by Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited that they act as agents on behalf of a named principal. Removal of Goods (a) No purchase shall be claimed or removed until the sale has been concluded. All lots shall be paid for and removed at the buyer’s risk and expense by the end of the tenth working day after the Fine Art and Antiques sale and two working days for all other sales, failing which the Auctioneer shall not be responsible if the same are lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed, and all lots not so removed shall remain at the risk of the buyer and subject to a storage charge. If they are not paid for and removed within the above mentioned terms of the sale, the Auctioneer may resell them by auction or privately without notice to the buyer. Any liability, which there may be on the part of the Auctioneer in respect of any loss, shall be restricted to a maximum of the price paid by the buyer of the lot. (b) In the event of any failure of the buyer to comply with any of the above conditions the damages recoverable by the seller or the Auctioneers from the defaulter shall include any loss arising on any re-sale of the lots, together with the charges and expenses in respect of both sales, together with interest at 2% above HSBC plc base rate upon the price of any lot which has not been paid for within forty-eight hours of the sale, and any money deposited in part payment shall be held by the Auctioneers on account of any liability of the defaulter to them or to the seller. The Auctioneers are unable to accept payment from successful bidders other than in cash or by the bidders own cheque. Cheques drawn by third parties, whether in the Auctioneer’s favour or requiring endorsement cannot be accepted. Purchase Price The buyer shall pay the hammer price together with a premium at the stated rates on the hammer price together with a premium at the stated rates on the hammer price (adjusted for VAT as necessary). The premium at the appropriate rate is payable by all purchasers. The amount invoiced in respect of the premium will be inclusive of VAT but this VAT will not normally be recoverable by the buyer. The vendor authorises the Auctioneer’s to deduct commission and expenses at the stated rates from the hammer price and acknowledges the Auctioneer’s right to retain the premium payable by the purchaser.

Droit de Suite is a royalty payable to a qualifying artist or the artist’s heirs each time a work is re-sold during the artist’s lifetime and during the 70 years following the artist’s death. Taking effect in the UK on 14 February 2006, it will initially only apply to the work of living artists. In 2010 (or 2012 depending on whether or not the UK government take advatage of a possible derogation), Droit de Suite will be extended to apply to an artist’s works for a period of 70 years after his death. Royalties will be calculated using a sliding scale of percentages of the sale price, net of tax, For auction companies, the sale price is the hammer price (i.e., the price without the premium). However, the total amount of royalty on any one sale or lot shall not exceed €12,500. Resale royalties are not subject to VAT. Resale royalty does not apply when the hammer price is less than €1,000. Each time you bid on a lot covered by ARRR, you agree to pay an amount equal to the resale royalty, if you are the successful bidder. This amount will be added to your invoice.

Conditions of Sale Applicable to Sellers Terms Standard selling commission is 12.5% (14.37% inc. VAT) of the hammer price of each lot. The minimum charge whether sold or unsold is £3 per lot (non catalogued sales) and £10 per lot (catalogue sales). The withdrawal fee for a lot which has been catalogued is 20% of the reserve price or the auctioneer’s lower estimate of the auction value, subject to the minimum charge of £25 per lot on catalogued sales. Insurance is charged at 2.5% of the hammer price of each lot sold (subject to a minimum charge of £1). VAT is payable on minimum charges, withdrawal fee and insurance. Buyers pay a premium of 20% excluding the VAT on the hammer price of each lot purchased, HOWEVER THIS PREMIUM WILL BE REDUCED TO 17.5% IF THE TOTAL INVOICE IF PAYMENT IS MADE WITHIN FIVE WORKING DAYS OF THE FINAL SALE DATE. 207


The Seller authorises Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited to deduct commission at the published rate and to retain the buyer’s premium of 15% plus VAT. The seller agrees to pay all special adver tising charges and illustration charges insomuch that they are reasonable.

shall notify his Insurers of, and shall himself note the Auctioneers’ Interest as Bailees in such policy or policies.

Warranty of Title The seller warrants to Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited and to the buyer that he is the true owner of the property or is properly authorised to sell the property by the true owner and is able to transfer good and marketable title to the property free from any third party claims.

Value Added Tax A seller who sends for sale by auction any chatel(s) which is an asset of his business must disclose to the Auctioneer whether or not he is a registered person for Value Added Tax purposes and, if so, his registered number and whether or not he intends to operate the Dealers Margin Scheme covering works of ar t, etc. This information must be supplied to the Auctioneer on or prior to delivery of goods.

Rights to Photographs and Illustrations The vendor gives Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers Limited full and absolute right to photograph and illustrate any lots placed in its hands for sale and to use such photographs and illustrations and any photographs provided by the vendor at any time at its absolute discretion, whether or not in the connection with the auction. Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers Limited will reserve the right to make a discretionary charge for any photographs used in the catalogue which will promote the items sale.

Instructions All goods delivered to the Auctioneer’s premises will be deemed to be delivered for Sale by Auction and will be catalogued and sold accordingly unless special instructions are recorded on the receipt.

Electrical and Mechanical Goods The seller or consignor of electrical or mechanical goods warrants and under takes to Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers Limited that at the date on which the same are consigned to Bamfords or put under Bamfords' control and excepted as previously disclosed to Bamfords the same are safe if reasonably used for the purpose for which they were designed and free from any defect not obviously on external inspection which could prove dangerous to human life or health and will indemnify Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers Limited, its servants and agents against loss or damage suffered by any of them in consequence of any breach of the above warranty and undertaking. Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers Limited reserve the right to make a minimum charge of £2.50 per item to have the goods checked by an electrician for the safety of the item.

Reserves Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited will be pleased to advise on suitable protective reserves but if no reserve have been received prior to the day of sale, the lot will be sold without reserve or at the discretion of the Auctioneer. Reserves must be confirmed in writing or notified on the receipt at the time of delivery. Indemnity Vendors shall indemnify Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited against any claims in connection with goods sold by Bamfords on the vendors behalf. Collections The Auctioneer’s do not themselves under take the collection of goods but acting expressly as Agents, they will if required, instruct or recommend a carrier on the vendor’s behalf.

Agency The Auctioneers act throughout as Agents only and are not responsible for any default by the buyer. Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers Limited disclaim liability for paying the vendor until they have received settlement from the purchaser.

Withdrawals Where a seller cancels instructions for sale, or where a lot is withdrawn for any reason other than misattribution or authenticity, Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited reserve the right to charge a fee equal to 10% plus VAT of the reserve price of the lot, or where no reserve has been fixed, Bamford’s lower estimate of the item(s) withdrawn, together with any expenses incurred in relation with the item(s) withdrawn.

Unsaleable Goods Unless otherwise instructed by accompanying or previously received written notice, all goods delivered to their premises which in Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers Limited opinion have no saleable value will be disposed of at Bamfords discretion either to a charity or by consignment for destruction.

Insurance Unless instructed otherwise (in which case the property remains at the Owners risk) goods will be insured against all risks whilst on the premises pending sale. The premium cost will be 2.5% of the hammer price. The Auctioneer shall not be responsible for damage to, or the loss, theft or destruction of any goods not so insured. If the vendor has in force policy or policies of Insurance in which the article is specifically mentioned as being insured (whetheror not for an agreed sum of value) the vendor

Payment Payment is due immediately after the sale in pounds sterling and may be made by the following methods: cash, bankers draft, personal cheques and debit card. VISA AND MASTERCARDS have a 2.5% surcharge. We do not accept American Express. Credit card payments are not accepted over the telephone.

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Fine Art & Antiques 12th-14th February 2014

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