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Byrne’s Auctioneers & Valuers

THE FINE SALE

Wednesday 26th September 2018


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Byrne’s Auctioneers & Valuers

THE FINE SALE

To be sold by public auction on

Wednesday 26th September 2018 at 10am at Pullman House, The Sidings Boundary Lane, Saltney Chester CH4 8RD Viewing Sunday 23rd September Monday 24th September Tuesday 25th September Morning of sale Enquiries Adrian Byrne ASFAV Jo Boucher ASFAV

10.30 – 2pm 10am – 6pm 10am – 4pm 9am – 9.45am

Tel: (01244) 681311 email: auctions@byrnesauctioneers.co.uk Buyer’s Premium 21% (inc VAT) Order of Sale

Ceramics & Glass Silver & Silver Plate Jewellery, Watches, Coins Pictures Objets d’Art Furniture inc. Rugs

Cover illustrations: A selection of items from the sale Catalogue: £8 (inc. p&p)

1-104 110-194 200-287 290-372 380-490 500-631

An extensively illustrated catalogue for this sale appears on the following websites:

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You are able to bid live on the internet at this auction at:

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Selling Rate & Spare Lots

It is anticipated that the selling rate will be in the region of 100 – 120 lots per hour.

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Pictures, Drawings, Prints, Miniatures etc An explanation of cataloguing terms

• The first name, or names and surname of the artist – in our opinion a work by the artist • The initials of the first name(s) and surname of the artist – in our opinion a work of the period of the artist and which may be in whole or part a work of the artist • Attributed to – in our opinion ‘probably’ a work by the artist • Follower of – in our opinion a work by a painter working in the artist’s style, contemporary or near contemporary but not necessarily his pupil • In the manner of – in our opinion a work in the style related to the artist but of a later date • School – accompanied by the name of a place or country and date – in our opinion the picture was executed at that time and in that location e.g. English School, 18th Century • The surname of the artist preceded by ‘after’ – in our opinion a copy of the work of the artist • Signed and dated – in our opinion has a signature which is recognised as that of the artist and was executed at that date • Bears signature and/or date – in our opinion the artist’s name, date or inscription may have been added by another hand

Please note that lots marked ▲ may be subject to Artist’s Resale Rights regulations. Please see page 77 for details.


CERAMICS & GLASS


Lot 4

Lot 1 1 George Jones majolica sardine dish and cover, moulded on the cover with a boy mending fishing nets, with nets garlanded around the sides, the interior glazed pink, the underside with splashed brown and green, 18cm

9 Japanese Imari vase and cover, early 19th Century, high domed cover over a ribbed body decorated with chrysanthemum and prunus in traditional colours, height 31cm; also a larger Japanese Imari lidded vase, 19th Century (with multiple damages), height 38cm (2)

2 Wedgwood Humming Bird lustrous octagonal bowl, circa 1920s, decorated with gilded and coloured birds against a mottled blue ground, the interior in mottled orange, gilt Portland Vase mark, 13cm diameter

10 Japanese Satsuma vase, late Meiji (1868-1912), of inverted baluster form decorated with wisteria in colours and gilt against a buff ground, signed, height 32cm

£80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

£50 - £80 plus 21% BP*

3 Moorcroft Anemone small bowl, globular shape with inverted rim, decorated with a band of flowers in red and purple against a shaded green ground, impressed mark, 11cm diameter £60 - £80 plus 21% BP*

£70 - £100 plus 21% BP*

£80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

11 Matched pair of Persian faience octagonal vases, late 19th Century, each decorated with panels of hunting animals and foliage in blue and green, height 27cm £30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

4 Staffordshire blue and white printware meat plate in the Philosopher pattern, circa 1820, maker unknown, 47.5cm x 35cm £50 - £80 plus 21% BP*

5 Staffordshire blue and white printware meat plate in the Buffalo pattern, circa 1830, depicting the Chinese philosopher Lao-Tzu, 51cm x 39.5cm £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

6 Moorcroft Orchid small vase, baluster form decorated with coloured flowers against a deep blue ground, impressed mark, height 9cm £30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

7 Della Robbia dated tankard, commemorating the coronation of Edward VII, mottled green glaze and dated 1902, incised marks, 9.5cm £60 - £80 plus 21% BP*

8 Pair of Japanese Satsuma vases, Taisho (1912-26), shouldered ovoid form decorated with a pavilion in a mountainous landscape with hanging wisteria, in colours and gilt against a buff ground, signed, height 17.5cm £70 - £100 plus 21% BP* 4

Lots 8, 9 (part), 10 and 11


12 Edward Bingham, Castle Hedingham, copy of a 17th Century wassailing mug, having four handles and inscribed ‘Fast and pray’ and a spurious date of 1649, green glazed throughout, incised and pad mark, 9cm £60 - £100 plus 21% BP*

13 Lalique frosted clear glass sparrow, no. 11633, moulded with wings outstretched, signed Lalique, France, height 8cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

14 Japanese Hirado porcelain vase, shouldered form decorated with panels of birds amidst blossoms and bamboo against a formalised Imari and gilt wrigglework ground, painted mark, height 21cm £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

Lot 20

20 Theodore Deck (French) circular plaque, decorated with a Medici style portrait of a young man in colours against a shaded bluegreen ground, impressed mark, 30cm diameter

£400 - £600 plus 21% BP*

21 Lalique moulded clear glass oval St. Gall jardinière, the pattern introduced 1934, acid etched mark, 42.5cm £100 - £200 plus 21% BP*

22 Venetian Salviati glass and stainless steel candle stand, having a facial moulded purple glass shade, height 32cm £50 - £80 plus 21% BP*

Lots 15-16

15 Japanese Kutani figure of a scholar, late 19th Century, decorated in green robes with gilt details, standing on a brown glazed rocky base, height 30cm

£100 - £200 plus 21% BP*

16 Chinese famille verte kylin incense burner, 19th Century but in Kangxi style, with removable cover, the body and head picked out in green enamels with aubergine and yellow details, height 14.5cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

17 Carltonware lustrous jar and cover, decorated with a chinoiserie pavilion landscape in colours and gold against a pale pearlescent ground, printed mark, height 18.5cm £30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

18 Chinese famille verte ginger jar and cover, late 19th Century, decorated with warriors on horseback, against a buff crackle ground, 27cm, on a carved wooden lotus stand £20 - £40 plus 21% BP*

19 Japanese Satsuma bowl, possibly by Shuzan, circa 1910-25, decorated to the interior with doves and sparrows amidst blossoming trees, the exterior with panels of wisteria and peony in colours and gold against a cobalt blue ground with gilt details, signature mark to the base, 21.5cm

Lot 23

23 Bloor Derby bowl, circa 1820-40, finely decorated with floral reserves against a deep blue ground with gilt details, printed mark, 28cm diameter

£80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

24 Orrefors flowerhead clear glass bowl, 23cm; also an Orrefors clear glass candle stand bowl, 14cm diameter (2) £20 - £40 plus 21% BP*

£30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

* Buyer’s Premium of 21% inclusive of VAT at 20%

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32 Small group of five pottery figures including a Royal Doulton flambé rabbit, 7cm; porcelain model of Pan with a bird, possibly Royal Copenhagen but unmarked, 6cm; turquoise glazed majolica monkey; white glazed china monkey; and a stylish 1930s cat figure decorated in a plain cream glaze, height 7cm £60 - £80 plus 21% BP*

Lots 25-27

25 Charlotte Rhead charger by Crown Ducal, pattern no. 5983, painted signature and printed marks, 32cm diameter £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

26 Charlotte Rhead charger by Crown Ducal, decorated in the Ankara pattern, no. 5983, sparsely coloured, painted signature and printed marks, 36cm diameter £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

27 Charlotte Rhead Manchu Dragon charger by Crown Ducal, painted signature and printed marks, 32cm diameter £70 - £100 plus 21% BP*

28 Studio glass vase in the style of Whitefriars, tapered cylinder form internally decorated with bubbles and splash yellow colouring, height 20.5cm; also Venetian engraved glass gondola vase, 20cm (2) £20 - £40 plus 21% BP*

29 Mdina glass vase, of irregular square section, decorated with sea green vertilinear decoration, height 28cm; also two Mdina bottle vases, one having chevron decoration in shades of green, 13cm, the other with vertilinear decoration, 13.5cm; and a Mdina cylinder vase with ruby and blue splash decoration, 17.5cm, all signed (4) £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

Lots 33 (part), 34, 35 (part), 36 (part) and 37 (part)

33 CH Brannam Barum twin handled vase for Liberty & Co., baluster form with twin handles to the neck, decorated in a shaded green glaze, impressed marks, 13cm; also a pair of Brannam style green glazed ewers with incised banded decoration in an all over green glaze, 34.5cm; and a Devon style pottery candlestick decorated in a blue, brown and green glaze, the handle formed as a serpent, indistinct impressed mark, height 38cm (4)

£70 - £100 plus 21% BP*

34 Poole Pottery vase designed by Alfred Read, shape no. 701, pattern PR.B, painted and printed marks, height 33cm £50 - £80 plus 21% BP*

35 Rare Bullers stoneware bowl designed Agnete Hoy, circa 1940, incised decoration coloured in brown against a grey stoneware ground, incised monogram, 16cm; also an Agnete Hoy stoneware vase, of octagonal form with incised decoration, signed with a monogram, height 10.5cm; and two Agnete Hoy porcelain bowls for Bullers, 12.5cm and 13cm (4) £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

Lot 30

30 Pair of French coloured bisque wall plaques, modelled figuratively as Day and Night, within a black glazed floral embellished cameo style frame, 43cm x 37cm

£100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

31 Chinese blue and white baluster vase, Kangxi (1662-1722), decorated with a pheasant and peony rock pattern, painted double circle to the base (formerly a yen-yen vase), height 21.5cm; also a Japanese tokuri, 18th Century, slab form decorated with warriors (extensive losses and damage), 26.5cm (2) £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

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36 Bullers porcelain vase by Agnete Hoy, circa 1937-45, shouldered ovoid form with a wide neck, decorated in a temmoku brown glaze with stylised foliage in the Oriental style, impressed marks, 17cm; also a further Bullers vase by Agnete Hoy, baluster form decorated with a temmoku brown glaze, impressed marks, height 18cm (2) £50 - £80 plus 21% BP*

37 Bullers celadon vase, circa 1937-45, ribbed ovoid form decorated with a guilloche incised band to the neck, painted mark, 17cm; also two Bullers celadon jars by Agnete Hoy, 10.5cm (3) £50 - £70 plus 21% BP*

38 Bullers porcelain bowl by Agnete Hoy, squat form decorated with a band of stylised foliage in brown against a celadon ground, impressed marks, 22cm; also a Bullers milk jug by Agnete Hoy, with brown banded decoration, height 12cm (2) £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*


45 Wemyss Cherries jug and bowl, the jug of wide baluster form boldly decorated, painted mark, height 25cm, the bowl similarly decorated, impressed mark, 28.5cm diameter £100 - £200 plus 21% BP*

46 Pair of Chinese famille rose vases, mid 19th Century, baluster form decorated with figures and animals in bold colours, height 23.5cm £70 - £100 plus 21% BP*

47 Two Chinese Imari bowls, mid to late 18th Century, 17cm and 14.5cm diameter; also a pair of Chinese Imari saucer dishes, mid 18th Century, 22.5cm diameter (4) £50 - £80 plus 21% BP*

Lots 39-41

39 Two rare Bullers porcelain figures, a lamb and a zebra foal, modelled by Agnete Hoy, circa 1937-45, both decorated in a celadon glaze, 15cm and 18cm respectively £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

40 Rare Bullers porcelain bowl, circa 1940, the centre with applied squirrel and pine cone and with initials ‘LB/AD’, in a straw glaze against a black glazed exterior, incised marks, 26.5cm £70 - £100 plus 21% BP*

41 Rare Bullers porcelain figure by Emmanuel Barr, circa 193745, modelled as a stylised nude, pale grey celadon glaze, signed with initials, 25.5cm £70 - £100 plus 21% BP*

42 Rare Royal Doulton china model of a penguin, HN882, decorated in naturalistic colours, printed and impressed marks, height 17.5cm £150 - £250 plus 21% BP*

43 Japanese Imari teapot and cover, Edo period, decorated with peony and chrysanthemum, height 8.5cm; also a Chinese doucai teapot, 18th Century, decorated with flowers, 7cm (2)

Lot 48

48 Cantigalli basin in the Hispano Moresque style, decorated throughout with stylised flowers and foliage in pink lustre, painted cockerel mark, 44cm diameter

£100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

49 Three Chinese Imari bowls, late 18th Century, 15.5cm, 14.5cm and 14cm diameter £70 - £100 plus 21% BP*

£40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

44 Cantonese famille rose vase, decorated with figures in an interior and panels of flowers against a trellis ground, in pale colours throughout, 25cm; also a further Chinese vase decorated in the Canton style, 23cm (2) £50 - £80 plus 21% BP*

Lots 50-57

50 Philip Christian (Liverpool) blue and white coffee cup, circa 1770, decorated with a chrysanthemum and foliate trails, 6cm £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

51 Pennington’s (Liverpool) blue and white saucer, circa 1775, decorated with a formalised flower pattern, 11.5cm diameter £30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

Lot 45

52 Lowestoft blue and white tea bowl, circa 1770, hand painted with prunus blossom, stylised rocks and flying birds, painter’s mark to the inside foot rim, 7.5cm diameter £40 - £60 plus 21% BP* * Buyer’s Premium of 21% inclusive of VAT at 20%

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Lot 63

53 Worcester blue and white printed coffee can, decorated with the three flowers pattern, circa 1770, hatched crescent mark, 6cm £30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

54 Lowestoft blue and white moulded sauce boat, circa 1775, moulded with flowers and with a floral painted reserve and floral painting to the interior, height 8cm £120 - £180 plus 21% BP*

55 Richard Chaffers (Liverpool) blue and white coffee cup, circa 1760-65, decorated with the two men on an island pattern, 6.5cm

Lot 66

63 Carl Thieme Potschappel porcelain mantel clock, late 19th Century, Rococo style case surmounted with a vase of flowers flanked by two winged cherubs, over foliate bouquets flanking a dial with white enamelled chapter ring with Roman numerals, the French movement signed ‘Jules Rolez, Paris’, all raised on floral encrusted scroll feet, underglaze blue mark, height 48.5cm Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £150 - £250 plus 21% BP*

£40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

64 Chinese Imari bowl, late 18th Century, 17.5cm; also a further Chinese Imari bowl, 15.5cm; and a Japanese Imari plate, late 19th Century, 25.5cm diameter (3)

£40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

65 Pair of Samson porcelain figures of sheep, circa 1900, both having gilt anchor mark, height 12cm

56 Bow blue and white tea bowl, in the golfer and caddy pattern, circa 1765, 7.5cm diameter 57 Philip Christian (Liverpool) blue and white tea bowl and saucer, in the bird on a branch pattern, circa 1768-72, the tea bowl 8cm diameter, the saucer 12cm £50 - £70 plus 21% BP*

58 Caughley blue and white printed tea bowl, in the fisherman and cormorant pattern, circa 1785, 7cm diameter £20 - £40 plus 21% BP*

59 Lowestoft blue and white printed tea bowl, in the canonball pattern, circa 1780, 7.5cm diameter £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

60 Philip Christian (Liverpool) coffee cup, in the bird on a branch pattern, circa 1768-72, height 6.5cm £30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

61 Pennington’s (Liverpool) blue and white coffee cup, in the bird on a branch pattern, circa 1775, height 6.5cm £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

62 Chinese blue and white tea bowl and saucer, decorated with chrysanthemum and peony, early 19th Century, the saucer 11.5cm £20 - £30 plus 21% BP*

£50 - £80 plus 21% BP* £30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

66 Royal Crown Derby tea for two set, circa 1911, pattern 2451, comprising lidded teapot, 10.5cm, lidded sugar basin, and milk jug, the teapot, two cups and saucers and two side plates; also a Royal Crown Derby plate, pattern 383, circa 1914, 22.5cm; Royal Crown Derby Cigar pattern plate, circa 1931, 22.5cm; pair of Cigar pattern fan shaped pin dishes and a damaged Cigar pattern pin dish (14) £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

67 Plichta lamb, white bobble sprayed glaze throughout, height 14.5cm; also a Continental pottery model of a performing bear, possibly Russian, decorated in brown and green glazes, printed marks, height 15cm (2) £70 - £100 plus 21% BP*

68 Number of Oriental miniature porcelains including a Canton famille rose leaf shaped dish, 18.5cm; Chinese famille rose small jar and cover, inscribed, 5.5cm; two bottle vases; Canton vase; teapot; two Chinese clobbered saucers; Chinese famille rose cup; Japanese Imari egg shaped box and cover; and a Japanese Imari saucer (11) £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

69 Eastern pottery globular vase, possibly Indian, 18th or 19th Century, decorated with figures and calligraphy against a floral decorated ground in colours, height 9cm £30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

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Lots 70 and 71

Lot 75

70 Samson of Paris porcelain figure of an 18th Century drummer, decorated in colours and gilt, gilt anchor mark, height 30cm £60 - £80 plus 21% BP*

71 Helena Wolfsohn (German) porcelain mirror, surmounted with a ribbon and with winged cherubs holding floral garlands flanking bracket feet, glazed in blue, white and traces of gilt, AR mark, 35cm x 22.5cm

79 Chinese blue and white moon flask, late 19th Century, decorated with figures, 22cm; also a modern Chinese miniature One Hundred Boys pottery jar and cover, Kangxi marks, 8cm (2) £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

£100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

72 Royal Doulton saltglazed stoneware replica jug ‘Lord Nelson’, impressed marks, 20cm £20 - £40 plus 21% BP*

73 Victorian glass loving cup, having reeded cranberry bands to the neck, and acid etched pictorial engravings, inscribed ‘Mr and Mrs Bowlderstone’ (sic), blade knopped stem and star cut foot, height 25cm £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

74 George III opaque twist wine glass, circa 1770, ogee bowl over a stem with a spiral thread and gauze, flat foot, height 16cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

75 Pair of Dutch delft lidded vases in 18th Century style, each having a domed cover surmounted with a lion finial over an octagonal inverted baluster body decorated with figures in a landscape in blue against a white ground, ‘L C’ monogram, height 38cm £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

76 George II air twist wine glass, circa 1750, bell shaped bowl with solid base, air twist stem over a flat foot, 16.5cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

77 George II wine glass, circa 1750, U-shaped bowl, triple knopped stem over a conical folded foot, 15cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

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Two late Georgian wrythen moulded ale glasses, 13cm

£30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

Lot 80

80 Royal Worcester porcelain model of an Indian elephant with howdah, circa 1879, gilded decoration, printed mark with date code, height 19.5cm

£120 - £180 plus 21% BP*

81 Two Sunderland lustre plaques, mid 19th Century, ‘The token or Jack’s safe return to his true love....’, and ‘May Peace and Plenty on our Nation Smile....’, 23.5cm x 21cm £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

* Buyer’s Premium of 21% inclusive of VAT at 20%

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Lot 85 82 Chinese Export bowl, Qianlong (1736-95), the interior bordered with butterflies and blue diaper, the exterior with gilt initials within a shield suspended from a ribbon and within diaper borders, 22.5cm diameter

89 Vienna style hand decorated porcelain plaque featuring a young woman with long brown hair, oval, 8cm x 6cm, within a Florentine style carved giltwood frame, 20.5cm

83 Victorian mocha pint tankard, traditionally decorated and with applied Imperial Standard mark, height 13cm

90 Charlotte Rhead tankard by Crown Ducal, pattern no. 4794, having a double handle and cylinder body decorated with a band of stylised tulips and flowers in blues and purples, printed and painted signature mark, height 18cm

£150 - £250 plus 21% BP* £30 - £40 plus 21% BP*

84 Two Chinese provincial ginger jars, 18th or 19th Century, each decorated with a lakeland landscape in blue, height 16.5cm and 17cm £20 - £40 plus 21% BP*

85 Chinese large blue and white vase and cover, 18th or 19th Century, the domed cover surmounted with a Dog of Fo finial, slender Meiping form decorated with a band of stiff acanthus leaves at the neck and decorated throughout the body with scrolling lotus flowers and foliage, over a lappet band to the base, height 65cm

£70 - £100 plus 21% BP*

£40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

91 Charlotte Rhead Primula vase by Crown Ducal, shouldered ovoid form decorated with a band of primroses against a pale green ground, painted signature and printed marks, height 30.5cm £60 - £80 plus 21% BP*

£300 - £500 plus 21% BP*

92 Charlotte Rhead vase by Crown Ducal, slight trumpet form decorated in the Persian Rose pattern (4040), painted signature and printed marks, height 16cm

£80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

93 Charlotte Rhead vase by Crown Ducal, in the Byzantine pattern, squat baluster form, painted signature and printed marks, height 11cm

86 Chinese blue and white prunus vase and cover, late 19th Century, wide baluster form, Kangxi four character mark, height 31.5cm 87 Chinese blue and white sleeve vase, late 19th Century, decorated with dragons amidst prunus, chrysanthemum and peony, Kangxi four character mark, height 31cm; also a pair of Chinese blue and white prunus pattern small covered vases, early 20th Century, inverted baluster form with Kangxi six character mark, height 21cm (3) £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

88 Victorian blue latticino glass carafe, possibly Bristol or Nailsea, baluster form with double knopped neck, 20cm £30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

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Lots 90-95

£40 - £60 plus 21% BP* £50 - £70 plus 21% BP*

94 Charlotte Rhead Manchu dragon charger by Crown Ducal, pattern no. 4511, printed and signature mark, 37cm diameter £120 - £180 plus 21% BP*

95 Charlotte Rhead Tudor Rose vase by Crown Ducal, ribbed form, shape no. 211, painted signature and printed marks, height 14.5cm £50 - £70 plus 21% BP*


Lots 98-102

96 Pair of Continental porcelain ornamental pedestal urns, decorated with flowers and bordered with puce lines, painted marks ‘D.V.’, height 17cm

101 Pair of Chinese famille rose vases, early 19th Century, square section with waisted neck, decorated with figural panels and flower baskets in colours (extensive damage and some losses), 31cm

97 Royal Dux model of a dancer, semi-nude in a cobalt blue dress with gilt shoes, on a sparsely decorated base, printed marks ‘Royal Dux Deutschland’ ‘Import’, height 22cm

102 Chinese famille rose teapot and cover, Qianlong (1736-95), domed cover over a slightly moulded globular body decorated with floral sprays in colours against a predominantly white ground, height 16cm

£30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

£150 - £200 plus 21% BP*

98 Chinese Imari teapot and cover, Qianlong (1736-95), decorated with a prunus rock design in underglaze blue and terracotta colours on a globular body, height 12.5cm £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

99 Chinese famille rose dish, Qianlong (1736-95), decorated with pheasants and peony rock in colours heightened in gilt, 38cm x 31cm £150 - £250 plus 21% BP*

100 Chinese famille rose tea caddy, Qianlong (1736-95), ovoid form decorated with figures in colours, 11cm, later wooden top; also a Chinese blue and white tea caddy, of flattened arched form, 12cm; and a Japanese Fukagawa bottle in Imari colours, 10.5cm (3)

£30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

£80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

103 Russian Imperial porcelain cup and saucer, by M S Kuznetsov (Tver), late 19th Century, painted with flowers against a pink ground within gilt lines, printed mark £60 - £80 plus 21% BP*

104 Viennese pottery model of flamingos, decorated in naturalistic glazes, printed mark, height 31cm £70 - £100 plus 21% BP*

£80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

* Buyer’s Premium of 21% inclusive of VAT at 20%

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SILVER & SILVER PLATE


Lots 110-114

Lot 115

110 George V silver mesh evening bag, Birmingham 1922, chain handle, 18cm square, gross weight approx. 293g (9.42 troy ozs)

117 William IV silver fiddle pattern stuffing or basting spoon by Mary Chawner, London 1835, weight approx. 106g (3.4 troy ozs)

111 George V silver dressing table set, Birmingham 1924, comprising hand mirror, two hairbrushes, two clothes brushes, and a comb with very few teeth, cased

118 George V silver four piece tea and coffee service, maker SD Ltd, London 1910/17, comprising bombé shaped teapot, coffee pot, both with ivory insulators, sugar bowl and milk jug, each engraved with a monogram, raised on stylised paw feet, the coffee pot 24cm, gross weight approx. 1.80kg (57.94 troy ozs), also an Edwardian silver plated salver in the Adam style, shaped square form, 30cm (5)

£120 - £180 plus 21% BP*

£40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

112 Silver compact, Birmingham 1956, square form with engine turned decoration and gold plated border, 7cm £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

113 Silver compact, Birmingham 1947, square form with engine turned decoration, inscribed to the inside cover; also a silver cigarette case, Birmingham 1919, engraved with the South Staffordshire Regimental insignia, and dated 14th November, 1919, 8cm (2) £50 - £80 plus 21% BP*

114 Louis Vuitton silver mounted glass scent bottle, circa 1925, clear square form with light vertical flutes, the screw cap bordered with a band of ‘LV’ monograms, height 14cm £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

115 Late Victorian gentleman’s crocodile skin fitted vanity case, having an incomplete complement of seven silver mounted bottles, hip flask, and spirit heater for tongs, all hallmarked London 1899, other ivory mounted accessories, the case having brass studded corners and lock plates, original handle detached but present, the case 52.5cm x 37cm x 21cm £250 - £400 plus 21% BP*

116 Edwardian silver gilt curvex cigarette case, Birmingham 1903, plain polished curvex form, 8.5cm x 7cm, weight approx. 86g (2.77 troy ozs) £30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

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£70 - £100 plus 21% BP*

£300 - £500 plus 21% BP*

119 Set of six Victorian silver fiddle and thread pattern table forks by George Adams, London 1857, weight approx. 552g (17.75 troy ozs) £120 - £180 plus 21% BP*

120 Six modern silver handled and stainless steel bladed dinner knives and six matching dessert knives, Sheffield 1981/87, with reeded handles (12) £60 - £80 plus 21% BP*

121 Six Victorian silver fiddle pattern dessert forks, by John Shone, Exeter 1855 and 1861, weight approx. 286g (9.2 troy ozs) £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

122 Hukin & Heath silver three piece tea service in the style of Dr. Christopher Dresser, London 1924, plain bun form, the teapot with a brown composite finial and handle, matching sugar bowl and milk jug, the teapot 13.5cm, gross weight approx. 628g £150 - £250 plus 21% BP*

123 Modern silver specimen vase, maker D.L, London 1965, tapered form with a band of texturing near the base, circular foot, height 14cm, weight approx. 201g (6.46 troy ozs) £50 - £80 plus 21% BP*


124 Georg Jensen silver christening set, London import marks for 1931, shape no. 456, comprising hammered silver beaker, with a foliate formed handle, 8cm, and dish, 17cm, both inscribed with the name of the recipient and dated 1937, gross weight approx. 305g (9.81 troy ozs), original box £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

125 Danish silver beaker, import marks for Chester 1898, hand hammered trumpet form over a reeded circular foot, height 15.5cm, weight approx. 251g (8.07 troy ozs) £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

126 Set of six Victorian fiddle pattern dessert spoons, by W R Smily, London 1854, each engraved with a crest, weight approx. 290g (9.32 troy ozs) £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

Lot 118

127 Pair of George III silver fiddle pattern tablespoons, by Reid & Sons, Newcastle 1828, engraved with initials, weight approx. 126g (4.05 troy ozs) £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

128 Seven silver fiddle pattern teaspoons by William Eaton, London 1844; also a pair of Victorian silver caviar spoons by George Adams, London 1882, weight approx. 193g (6.2 troy ozs) (9) £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

129 Pair of Victorian silver plated wine coasters, circa 1870, gadrooned and shell scroll borders, the wooden base centred with a coronet, 16.5cm

Lots 122-125

£30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

130 Walker & Hall electroplated four piece tea and coffee service, comprising coffee pot, teapot, sucrier and milk jug, each of footed baluster form worked with fruits and flowers, the teapot with a presentation inscription dated 1898, the coffee pot 29.5cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

131 Late Victorian silver plated rectangular serving tray, circa 1900, with pierced flared gallery and acanthus capped paper scroll handles, 62cm x 38cm £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

132 French silver and engraved glass scent bottle set, late 19th Century, the four triform section clear glass bottles each engraved with a trompe l’oeil design and with engine turned silver screw caps enclosing original stoppers, all supported in a circular cup base with engine turned decoration, height 14.5cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

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Lots 132-134 133 George V silver and enamelled pot pourri box, by Nathan & Hayes, Chester 1915, oval form centred with a rich blue enamelled oval detailed with gilt floral garlands and centred with a floral basket, within a pierced silver border to the hinged cover, plain polished oval base, 14cm x 12cm, gross weight approx. 308g (9.90 troy ozs) £500 - £700 plus 21% BP*

134 George V silver and yellow enamelled dressing table clock, maker A.L.D., Birmingham 1914, having a circular dial with Arabic numerals and yellow guilloche enamelled border, swivelling over a yellow enamelled rectangular base, height 10cm; also a George V cut glass scent bottle with silver and yellow enamelled guilloche cap, Birmingham 1929, height 12.5cm; and a matching cut glass powder jar with silver and yellow guilloche enamelled cover, 12.5cm diameter (3) £120 - £180 plus 21% BP*

135 Nine silver fiddle pattern table spoons, comprising three by RR, London 1812, three by William Eley & Fearn, London 1816, two by James Beebe, London 1842 and one by IH, London 1834, engraved with initials; also a fiddle and thread pattern silver table spoon by William Eley, Fearn and Chawner, London 1809, gross weight approx. 703g (22.60 troy ozs) (10) £180 - £240 plus 21% BP*

Lot 136

136 Pair of George II silver salts, by David Hennell, London 1752, squat circular form engraved with flowers and raised on three stepped hoof feet, 7cm diameter, with associated blue glass liners weight of silver approx. 137g (4.41 troy ozs); also two George III silver salt spoons (4) £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

137 Set of three Victorian silver salts, by James and Josiah Williams, Exeter 1870, plain circular form with a beaded rim and raised on stepped hoof feet, one with original blue glass liner, one with a replacement, the third without, 6cm diameter, weight of silver approx. 214g (6.88 troy ozs) £70 - £100 plus 21% BP*

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Lot 142

140 Pair of George III silver gilt table spoons, maker W.C, London 1773, weight approx. 129g (4.15 troy ozs) Provenance: Supplied by Tessier, New Bond Street, London £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

141 Victorian silver wine jug, by James and Josiah Williams, Exeter 1871, slender baluster form with hinged domed cover, the handle originally caned, height 27cm, weight approx. 708g (22.76 troy ozs) £150 - £250 plus 21% BP*

142 Modern silver gilt and silver chess set, London 1996, featuring figures from Greek mythology, comprising 32 pieces cast in silver, the tallest 62mm, the pawns being discus throwers, gross weight approx. 734g (23.60 troy ozs) £1000 - £1500 plus 21% BP*

Lots 138-140 138 George III silver Hanoverian stuffing or basting spoon, London 1804, engraved with initials; also a William IV silver fiddle stuffing or basting spoon, London 1835, engraved with an initial, gross weight approx. 271g (8.71 troy ozs) (2) £60 - £100 plus 21% BP*

139 Pair of George III silver Hanoverian stuffing or basting spoons, by John Beldon, London 1798, weight approx. 216g (6.95 troy ozs)

143 Seven Victorian silver fiddle pattern dessert spoons, by James and Josiah Williams, Exeter, 1871, all engraved with initials, gross weight approx. 287g (9.23 troy ozs) £70 - £100 plus 21% BP*

144 Fifteen Victorian silver fiddle pattern dessert forks by James and Josiah Williams, Exeter 1870/71, each engraved with initials, weight approx. 769g (24.72 troy ozs) £180 - £240 plus 21% BP*

£180 - £240 plus 21% BP*

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Lots 151-153

Lots 145-149 145 George III silver wet mustard pot, London 1804, lidded oval form with flame finial to a hinged cover, inscribed on one side with Chinese characters opposing two crests featuring a bull’s head and a stag within a coronet, blue glass liner, height 9cm, silver weight approx. 146g (4.69 troy ozs) £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

146 Set of four Victorian silver table salts, by Robert Hennell, London 1863, of traditional circular form with original gilt interiors, the exterior repoussé decorated with flowers and raised on three paw feet; also four Victorian silver salt spoons, maker T.S, London 1878, gross weight approx. 274g (8.81 try ozs) (8) £100 - £200 plus 21% BP*

147 Victorian silver milk jug in the Gothic Revival style, London 1854, octagonal form engraved with floral panels over a waisted octagonal foot, height 11.5cm, weight approx. 140g (4.50 troy ozs) £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

£70 - £100 plus 21% BP*

155 Set of six Victorian silver and mother of pearl dessert knives and forks by James and Josiah Williams, Exeter 1865, with engraved blades and carved hafts; also a Victorian silver and mother of pearl cake knife by George Unite, Birmingham 1859 (13) £50 - £100 plus 21% BP*

156 George V silver plated canteen of cutlery, by Oetzmann, Tottenham Court Road, London, circa 1922, Hanoverian pattern, the knives with ivorine handles (celluloid), twelve place settings with servers and carvers, contained within an oak presentation canteen chest fitted with two drawers £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

148 George V silver entree dish and cover, by Barraclough & Sons, Leeds, Sheffield 1931, plain rectangular form with egg and dart border details, 27cm, weight approx. 1.35kg (43.4 troy ozs)

157 Victorian silver porringer, maker GR/EB, London 1858, squat baluster form with acanthus handles, inscribed with marriage monograms and the date 1862, opposing a crest within foliate scrolls, 12cm diameter, weight approx. 187g (6.01 troy ozs)

149 White metal wet mustard jar, probably late 19th Century (marks obliterated), pierced oval form with hinged cover, blue glass liner, height 6.5cm

158 Matched pair of modern silver sugar castors, London 1973/5, plain baluster form with a single horizontal band, raised on a circular foot, height 17cm, weight approx. 301g (9.68 troy ozs)

£200 - £400 plus 21% BP*

£70 - £100 plus 21% BP*

150 Six Victorian fiddle pattern table forks, by James and Josiah Williams, Exeter 1870/71, weight approx. 472g (15.18 troy ozs) £120 - £180 plus 21% BP*

151 Mappin & Webb silver pint tankard, London 1938, baluster form engraved with initials, height 12cm, weight approx. 414g (13.31 troy ozs) £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

152 Walker & Hall silver three piece tea service, Sheffield 1930, comprising teapot with ebony finial and handle, hot water jug and milk jug, each of plain faceted form, the hot water jug 19.5cm, gross weight approx. 1.21kg (38.87 troy ozs) £250 - £350 plus 21% BP*

153 Modern silver circular dish, maker R.C, London 1966, 20cm diameter, weight approx. 364g (11.70 troy ozs) £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

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154 Eight Victorian silver fiddle pattern dessert spoons, by Henry John Lias and Henry John Lias, London 1866, weight approx. 322g (10.35 troy ozs)

£100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

£100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

159 William IV silver toast rack, maker HB & H, Sheffield 1830, with six wirework divisions centred with a loop handle and raised on ball feet, 16cm, weight approx. 224g £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

160 Pair of Edwardian silver trumpet vases, maker J.J, Chester 1901/02, pierced sides beneath a frilled rim, blue glass liner, over a domed circular foot, height 18cm, silver weight approx. 259g (8.33 troy ozs) £180 - £240 plus 21% BP*

161 Edwardian silver and ivory canteen of fish knives and forks, maker M & CO., Sheffield 1907, twelve place settings in original walnut canteen with key £200 - £400 plus 21% BP*


Lots 157-160

Lots 163-165

162 Scottish silver toddy ladle, maker David McDonald, Glasgow 1832; also a set of six Scottish silver teaspoons by J Muir Jnr, Glasgow 1840, gross weight approx. 131g (4.21 troy ozs) (7)

168 George III silver snuff box, maker WB, Birmingham 1809, curved cushion form with hinged cover engraved with leaves and centred with an inscription ‘F Clare’, with wrigglework engraving to the sides and underside, 5cm; also a late Victorian silver vesta case, Birmingham 1897, inscribed with initials and dated 1898, and with scroll and vertilinear decoration, 5cm; and a silver napkin ring, Sheffield 1919, inscribed with initials and dated 1929, gross weight approx. 89g (2.86 troy ozs) (3)

£80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

163 George V silver three piece tea service, Birmingham 1914, comprising teapot with ebony finial and handle, large sugar basin and milk jug, each of plain bombé form, raised on four feet, the teapot 16cm, gross weight approx. 1.14kg (36.65 troy ozs) £200 - £300 plus 21% BP*

164 Walker & Hall silver coffee pot, Sheffield 1912, baluster form with waisted neck, ebony finial and handle, raised on four feet, gross weight approx. 857g (27.55 troy ozs) £120 - £180 plus 21% BP*

165 George VI silver serving tray, maker FS Ltd, Sheffield 1937, Art Deco style of plain oval form with integral ivory mounted handles, 51cm x 33cm, gross weight approx. 1.84kg (59.13 troy ozs) £500 - £700 plus 21% BP*

166 George II silver Hanoverian table spoon, by Starling Wilford, circa 1727, low marks, engraved with initials; also a George III silver three tined fork, maker W.W, London 1789, gross weight approx. 84g (2.7 troy ozs) (2) £70 - £100 plus 21% BP*

£90 - £120 plus 21% BP*

169 George IV silver pounce pot by the Barnards, London 1829, baluster form worked with a band of leaves of a circular foot, height 8.5cm, weight approx. 58g (1.87 troy ozs) £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

170 George V silver vesta case, Birmingham 1910, curvex form engraved throughout with ivy leaves and centred with a vacant cartouche, 6cm, weight approx. 48g (1.54 troy ozs) £25 - £35 plus 21% BP*

171 George III silver pepper pot, by Digby Scott and Benjamin Smith, London 1802, with pierced, domed cover, pierced sides detailed with swags and with a blue glass liner, over a trumpet foot, height 8cm, weight of silver approx. 40g (1.29 troy ozs) £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

172 George IV silver mug, London 1824, half reeded form with a reeded horizontal band above, the handle worked with a rose, engraved with initials, height 8cm, weight approx. 133g (4.28 troy ozs) £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

173 Continental silver snuff box, probably Dutch, shaped cushion form repoussé decorated with a winged cherub attending a flower garden, with a spray of flowers to the underside, 7cm, weight approx. 50g (1.61 troy ozs) £50 - £80 plus 21% BP*

174 Set of twelve Victorian silver fiddle pattern teaspoons, maker SH/DC, London 1848, each engraved with initials, weight approx. 304g (9.77 troy ozs) £70 - £100 plus 21% BP*

Lots 167, 168 (part) 169-173

167 Victorian silver sugar bowl, makers John Aldwinckle and Thomas Slater, London 1891, domed circular form worked with panels of masks and scrolls and raised on three seahorse supports, 11.5cm diameter, weight approx. 195g (6.27 troy ozs)

175 Edwardian silver serving tray by Walker & Hall, Chester 1906, oval form with flared reeded border, 51.5cm x 36cm, weight approx. 1.87kg (60.09 troy ozs) £500 - £700 plus 21% BP*

£50 - £70 plus 21% BP*

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Lots 175-177 176 George V silver four piece tea service, Sheffield 1928-9, comprising teapot and hot water jug with ebony finial and handle, decorated with a reeded horizontal band and raised on ball feet, matching sugar basin and milk jug, the hot water jug 20.5cm, gross weight approx. 1.07kg (34.40 troy ozs) £200 - £400 plus 21% BP*

177 Modern silver salver, Sheffield 1993, with raised piecrust border on three shell form feet, 30.5cm diameter, weight approx. 539g (17.33 troy ozs) £120 - £180 plus 21% BP*

178 Set of six George V silver Hanoverian pattern soup spoons, by Percy Frederick Jackson, Chester 1926, weight approx. 409g (13.15 troy ozs); also an EPNS christening spoon and fork (8) £140 - £180 plus 21% BP*

179 Assorted Georgian and later silver flatware including six Hanoverian table forks: London 1800, London 1803, 1806 (x3), 1816; six dessert spoons: London 1829, 1833 (x2), 1837 (x3); six dessert forks by Elkington & Co.; Birmingham 1898 (x5), London 1927; gross weight 845g (27.17 troy ozs) (18) £240 - £280 plus 21% BP*

180 George V silver bonbon basket, Birmingham 1913, pierced oval form with fixed handle, 16.5cm, weight approx. 153g (4.92 troy ozs) £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

181 George V cut glass silver mounted biscuit barrel, Birmingham 1913, hobnail cut, silver mount, swing handle and cover, height 16cm £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

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Lots 180-184 182 Scottish silver strawberry dish, maker G.P., Edinburgh 1909, circular form with flared rim, bordered with strawberries, 6cm diameter, weight approx. 351g (11.28 troy ozs) £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

183 Mappin & Webb silver fruit dish, Sheffield 1973, circular shallow form with pierced decoration, the edge cast with fruiting vines, 26.5cm, weight approx. 613g (19.71 troy ozs) £150 - £250 plus 21% BP*

184 Victorian silver milk jug, maker H W & CO., Sheffield 1854, with original gilt interior, baluster form engraved with floral reserves, height 15.5cm, weight approx. 244g (7.85 troy ozs) £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*


Lot 188 185 Pair of George III silver sugar nips, maker probably John Shaw, circa 1800, 12cm; also a further pair of silver sugar nips by George Unite, Birmingham 1902, 12cm, gross weight approx. 55g (1.77 troy ozs) (4) £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

186 Victorian silver plated punch bowl ‘The Partington Laird Golf Bowl’, traditional form with foliate cast border, twin lion’s mask ring handles, raised on a circular foot, 32cm diameter £30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

187 Victorian military band conductor’s baton, circa 1884, ebonised and with engraved white metal mounts, inscribed ‘Presented by the members of St. Dunstan’s Military Band, 44cm, in original (damaged) case £50 - £80 plus 21% BP*

188 Edwardian silver campagna wine cooler, by Walker & Hall, Chester 1906, having an egg and dart and beaded everted rim, entwined reeded handles, and a band of fruiting vines at the neck, plain baluster body with acanthus leaves at the base, raised on a collared and stepped circular foot with a square base, height 27.5cm, diameter of the top 25cm, weight approx. 2.93kg (94.07 troy ozs) £2000 - £3000 plus 21% BP*

189 Silver mounted briar wood walking cane, well worked cap bearing an unidentifiable hallmark featuring an anchor and a date letter not dissimilar to that of Sheffield 1917, length 90cm; also a further walking cane with a carved bone handle formed as a pug dog, with glass eyes and a cloisonné collar, 82cm (2) £60 - £80 plus 21% BP*

190 Georgian steel and stained ivory dinner knives and forks, late 18th Century, a composed set including knife stamped ‘J Scott, Norwich’, others ‘Fisher’, with green stained ivory hafts, mounted in unmarked silver (12) £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

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Lot 192

191 Elkington electroplated jardinière, in the Burmese style, decorated with a band of zodiacal figures, and similar in style to a gold example in the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum (02747-IS), 25cm diameter £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

192 George III silver twin handled pedestal cup and cover, by Thomas Watson, Newcastle 1808, having an urn finial over a waisted cover, U-shaped bowl with twin handles, half reeded at the base and engraved with a band of trailing foliage at the neck, gilt interior, all raised on a stepped trumpet foot, height 32.5cm, presented on an ebonised socle supplied by Tessier, New Bond Street, London, overall height with socle 38cm, weight approx. 1.04kg (33.34 troy ozs) £800 - £1200 plus 21% BP*

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193 Pair of silver sauce boats, by Edward Viners, Sheffield 1936, plain form with carved ivory handles, gross weight approx. 297g (9.55 troy ozs) £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

194 Edwardian silver three piece bachelor’s tea service, Birmingham 1904/05/06, comprising a fluted oval section teapot with repoussé decoration, ebony finial and handle, height 13.5cm, matching sugar bowl and milk jug, gross weight approx. 487g (15.66 troy ozs) £250 - £350 plus 21% BP*


JEWELLERY, WATCHES, COINS


210 18ct gold and turquoise sunflower brooch, import marks for London 1990, centred with a cluster of turquoise bordered with petals in matted and polished yellow gold, 45mm x 35mm, gross weight approx. 19g £300 - £500 plus 21% BP*

211 Mont Blanc silver, onyx and pearl pendant necklace, signed, length 46cm; also a matching bracelet, 19cm (2) £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

212 Edwardian turquoise and pearl star pendant brooch, mounted in unmarked yellow gold, the star 30mm, suspended from a 9ct gold rope twist necklace with barrel clasp, length 38.5cm, gross weight approx. 12.5g £250 - £350 plus 21% BP*

213 Green tourmaline and diamond cluster ring, the large oval cut tourmaline approx. 14mm x 12mm, in a four claw mount, shouldered with eight tiny brilliants, on a broad 18ct white gold band, size P/Q, gross weight approx. 8.4g £200 - £300 plus 21% BP*

214 Edwardian 15ct gold turquoise and pearl bracelet, having guilloche links, each centred with a turquoise and two split pearls, interspersed with brick links, marked ‘15ct’, with safety chain, length 17cm, gross weight approx. 11.9g

Lots 200-208 200

Late Victorian sovereign, 1901 (VF), weight approx. 8g

201

George V sovereign, 1914 (EF), weight approx. 8g

202

Edward VII sovereign, 1906 (VF), weight approx. 8g

£200 - £250 plus 21% BP* £200 - £250 plus 21% BP* £200 - £250 plus 21% BP*

203 Victorian sovereign pendant necklace, the coin dated 1895, Melbourne Mint, in a 9ct gold clip pendant mount suspended from an unmarked yellow metal curb link necklace, length 56cm, gross weight approx. 21.8g £200 - £250 plus 21% BP*

204 Victorian sovereign pendant, the coin dated 1900, in a 9ct gold clip twist frame mount, gross weight approx. 9.9g £190 - £280 plus 21% BP*

205

George III spade guinea, 1791 (EF), weight approx. 8.6g

206

George V half sovereign, 1913 (EF), weight approx. 4g

207

Edward VII half sovereign, 1910 (VF), weight approx. 4g

£200 - £300 plus 21% BP* £90 - £110 plus 21% BP*

215 Large marcasite Bird of Paradise brooch in Belle Epoque style, set in silver, 15cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

216 Attractive Edwardian turquoise and pearl bracelet, formed as a trail of double leaves set with seed pearls and interspersed with turquoise in collet mounts, centred with a pearl and turquoise acorn form pendant, length 20cm; also a further turquoise and pearl line bracelet which can also be used in combination with the above to form a choker necklace, set with a fine line of alternating turquoise and pearls interspersed with open bar links, and a matching pearl and turquoise set clasp, length 22cm, both set in unmarked yellow gold, gross weight approx. 17.2g (2) £180 - £240 plus 21% BP*

217 String of fine cultured pearls, the largest 6mm diameter, set with a pearl and amethyst square box clasp, length 48cm, sold with a Mikimoto Pearls folding purse and a Mikimoto certificate relating to a necklace of 121 pearls, which matches the number of pearls in this necklace, original card box £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

£100 - £120 plus 21% BP*

218 Indian multi-gem cluster ring in 18ct gold, having a raised crown centred with a sapphire and bordered with a variety of coloured gemstones, size O, gross weight approx. 8.2g

£1000 - £1500 plus 21% BP*

219 18ct gold curb link charm bracelet, supporting a smoky quartz fob surmounted with a pair of horses, poodle charm, chalice charm, and Shell Oil Company 25 years service charm, all in 9ct gold, and two further unmarked metal charms, gross weight approx. 88.3g

208 18ct gold mesh chain bracelet, 20cm, supporting a George V sovereign charm, a USA $5 gold coin charm, a further gold coin charm, 18ct gold Middle Eastern crested disc, a yellow metal engraved name tag and an Oriental coin charm, gross weight approx. 69.2g 209 Art Deco fire opal, sapphire and diamond, cluster ring, the central rectangular cut fire opal flanked by four baguette sapphires, each shoulder set with three tiny brilliants, all set in white metal, size M, gross weight approx. 2.9g £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

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£400 - £600 plus 21% BP*

£50 - £80 plus 21% BP*

£120 - £180 plus 21% BP*

220

9ct gold running fox bar brooch, 65mm, weight approx. 7.8g

£40 - £60 plus 21% BP*


Lots 210, 212, 214 and 216

Lots 219-221

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221 Italian cameo bracelet, mounted with six similarly carved portrait cameos featuring profiles of a young woman in differing materials, each cameo approx. 20mm diameter, mounted within square openwork links worked in a loose Art Nouveau style in 14ct gold, marked ‘585’, length 18cm, gross weight approx. 53.7g; also a similar 14ct gold carved cameo ring with an oval profile portrait cameo, 23mm x 18mm, marked ‘585’, gross weight approx. 6.8g (2) £400 - £600 plus 21% BP*

222 Pair of Victorian diamond pendant earrings, now converted but originally made as clips, set with old rose cut diamonds in an oval worked frame in white metal, centred with a pendant of three rose cut diamonds, the centres now added to a pair of smaller pendant earrings set with small rose cut diamonds to the face of the posts, the original earrings 41mm x 18mm, the current setting 28mm £150 - £250 plus 21% BP*

223 Butterscotch amber beaded necklace, consisting of 42 regularly shaped barrel beads interspersed with reeded metallic ball links, the largest bead 24mm x 17mm, gross weight approx. 90g £100 - £200 plus 21% BP*

224 9ct gold Lancashire Watch Company open face pocket watch, circa 1938, the 43mm white enamelled dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, signed Prescott, un-engraved back cover and similar interior cover, the crownwind movement signed ‘Lancashire Watch Company Limited’ and ‘Vigil’, gross weight approx. 88.8g Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £200 - £300 plus 21% BP*

225 Edwardian 9ct gold vesta case, Chester 1906, curvex form engraved with a monogram, together with a 9ct gold fancy bar link watch chain, length 31cm, gross weight approx. 26.5g (2) £200 - £300 plus 21% BP*

226 Victorian 18ct gold cased lady’s fob watch, circa 1880, floral chased gilt dial with Roman numerals, floral chased back, base metal interior cover, keywind lever movement, 37mm diameter, gross weight approx. 34g Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

227 Diamond ring, in 18ct yellow gold, set with an old brilliant cut diamond of approx. 0.5ct, in claw mounts, size T, gross weight approx. 4.2g £300 - £400 plus 21% BP*

228 Victorian 18ct gold and enamelled lady’s half hunter fob watch, circa 1889, the outer case with gilt Arabic numerals against a lilac enamelled chapter ring, and inside a white enamelled dial with Roman numerals, the back cover engraved with a monogram, the interior engraved with a presentation inscription and dated, crownwind lever movement, 31mm diameter, gross weight approx. 28.6g Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £180 - £240 plus 21% BP*

229 Diamond three stone ring, set with three small brilliant cut diamonds totalling approx. 0.5ct, each collet mounted in 18ct white gold on a yellow gold ring, size U, gross weight approx. 5.8g £300 - £400 plus 21% BP*

230 Victorian lady’s 18ct gold fob watch, circa 1890, gilt dial with floral chased centre and black numerals, foliate engraved back with vacant cartouche, inscribed gold inner cover, keywind lever movement, 40mm diameter, gross weight approx. 39g, with fitted Morocco leather case and key Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £300 - £500 plus 21% BP*

231 Omega gent’s gold plated wristwatch, 30mm champagne coloured dial with baton numerals, centre sweep seconds and date aperture, signed ‘Omega Geneva’, stainless steel back, manual wind, on a later expandable bracelet Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £300 - £500 plus 21% BP*

Lots 224, 225, 226, 228 and 230

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232 Suite of fine diamond jewellery by Boodle and Dunthorne, circa 2000, comprising a diamond pendant necklace with matching earrings, the pendant centred with a brilliant cut diamond of 1.86cts, the certificated stone being F-G in colour and VS clarity, in a rub over tear drop shaped platinum mount, length 30mm, on a snake link platinum necklace with extension and lobster claw clasp, 33cm, each matching earring centred with a brilliant cut diamond, the pair totalling approx. 1.67cts, 18mm drop, gross weight approx. 26.8g (AnchorCert certificate for the pendant no. 20038587 May 2018) ÂŁ6000 - ÂŁ8000 plus 21% BP*

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Lot 234 233 Pair of late Victorian gem set multi-strand yellow metal bracelets, five stranded cable chains with gilt filigree clasps set with gemstones, possibly tourmalines, connecting together to form a necklace, unmarked, length 16.5cm, gross weight 24g, in original fitted box £300 - £500 plus 21% BP*

234 Rolex Datejust stainless steel gent’s Oyster wristwatch, 29mm brushed silver coloured dial, signed and with baton numerals and date aperture, automatic movement, original bracelet, box and outer card box

Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £1000 - £1500 plus 21% BP*

235 Tudor chrome plated and stainless steel gent’s wristwatch, circa 1955, discoloured 28mm dial with baton and Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds, signed, manual wind 17 jewel movement also signed, numbered on the back plate 634808/768, on a later expandable bracelet Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £120 - £180 plus 21% BP*

236 Georg Jensen silver and amber brooch, number 78, central oval amber stone bordered with flowerheads and fronds set with cabochon green stones, 50mm x 40mm £300 - £500 plus 21% BP* 28

237 Late Victorian 9ct gold thimble by Charles Horner, Chester 1900, size 7; also a further Charles Horner 9ct gold thimble, Chester 1905, gross weight approx. 7.9g (2) £60 - £80 plus 21% BP*

238 Sapphire and diamond five stone ring, the central round cut sapphire of approx. 0.25ct flanked with brilliant cut diamonds of approx. 0.2ct each and flanked to the outer edge with a round cut sapphire, set in 18ct yellow gold, size P, gross weight approx. 4.6g £200 - £300 plus 21% BP*

239 Ruby and diamond marquise cluster ring, the oval cut ruby of approx. 0.5ct bordered with 18 small brilliant cut diamonds on a split shank 18ct gold ring, hallmarked London 1903, size O, gross weight approx. 3.8g £300 - £500 plus 21% BP*

240 Diamond cluster ring, central old brilliant cut diamond of approx. 0.25ct bordered with eight smaller diamonds, illusion set in a flowerhead form and with a further small brilliant to each shoulder, all set in 18ct white gold on a yellow gold ring marked ‘18ct’, size O, gross weight approx. 6.8g £400 - £600 plus 21% BP*


243 Cameo brooch, the oval shell carved cameo depicting a profile of Aphrodite, in a yellow metal frame, unmarked, 45mm x 37mm £70 - £100 plus 21% BP*

244 Cultured pearl three strand choker necklace, graduated pearls, the largest approx. 7mm diameter, with a pearl and amethyst clasp in 9ct gold, length 40cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

Lots 238-240

Lot 245

241 Pair of George V 15ct gold South Staffordshire Regiment cufflinks, Birmingham 1919, oval chain form engraved with both the crest of the regiment and monogrammed initials, weight approx. 11.9g; also an 18ct gold shirt stud, weight approx. 1.4g (3) £150 - £200 plus 21% BP*

245 Almeric Walter pâte-de-verre pendant, the glass naturalistically coloured in red and amber, signed with initials, on a simple corded necklace, the pendant 44mm x 38mm £300 - £500 plus 21% BP*

246 Arts and Crafts turquoise and pearl necklace in 9ct gold, the turquoise and mother of pearl ‘pebbles’ encased in gold wirework and interspersed with open fancy links, marked ‘9ct’, length 42cm, gross weight approx. 18.2g £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

Lot 242

242 Fine diamond solitaire ring, the certificated brilliant cut stone weighing approx. 3.39cts, D in colour (Exceptional White +) and SI2 clarity, in a platform coronet claw mount set on open shanks on a platinum ring, size M

NB: This ring was last valued for insurance by Boodle and Dunthorne at £37,750 in 1996. Certificate no. 0053855 is from the Gem Testing Laboratory of Great Britain. It is not present with the stone but is documented in the valuation. £15000 - £20000 plus 21% BP*

Lot 247

247 Pair of Arts and Crafts jade and gem set clip brooches and matching earrings, attributed to Dorie Nossiter (1893-1977), the clips centred with a carved jade disc bordered with further jade cabochons interspersed with multi-coloured gems and pearls in a circular form, mounted in silver, 40mm, the earrings 20mm (4) £300 - £500 plus 21% BP*

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Lots 248 and 249

248 Arts and Crafts gem set brooch, attributed to Dorie Nossiter (1893-1977), set with aquamarines, pink tourmaline and freshwater pearls, worked in an asymmetrical ring with gilt coloured vine leaves, all set in silver, 35mm diameter; also a pair of near matching aquamarine earrings, 25mm (3) £200 - £400 plus 21% BP*

249 Pair of Arts and Crafts garnet cluster brooches and matching ear clips, attributed to Dorie Nossiter (1893-1977), the brooches asymmetrically set with round cut stones and open wirework, all set in silver, 35mm, the ear clips having stones set in a flowerhead form in silver, 18mm diameter (4)

Lots 252 and 254

£100 - £200 plus 21% BP*

250 Arts and Crafts multi-gem set ring, attributed to Dorie Nossiter (1893-1977), centred with a cabochon blue stone, possibly a star sapphire, bordered with gems including emerald, ruby and amethyst, all mounted in silver, size N £50 - £80 plus 21% BP*

251 9ct gold curb link charm bracelet supporting various gold and other charms including an Edwardian half sovereign pendant, 1903, in a 9ct gold clip mount; silver gilt Masonic ball fob; small number of silver coins (drilled), gross weight approx. 51.7g £360 - £540 plus 21% BP*

252 Omega Seamaster gent’s gold plated wristwatch, circa 1964, 28mm champagne coloured dial, signed and with Arabic and baton numerals, centre sweep seconds, automatic movement numbered 21205511, with original gold plated bracelet, box and papers

Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £300 - £500 plus 21% BP*

253 Moulded glass cameo pendant necklace, the oval cameo moulded with the profile of Aphrodite, in a 9ct gold frame suspended from a 9ct gold rope chain necklace, the cameo 45mm, the chain 55cm, weight of chain approx. 7.5g £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

254 Rolex Oyster Royal stainless steel wristwatch, numbered 100167, 24mm signed dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, Oyster patent winder (af), the case back numbered 2280, on a later English stainless steel bracelet

Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £300 - £500 plus 21% BP*

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255 Diamond eternity ring in 18ct white gold, set with tiny brilliants illusion set with engraved flanks, size P, gross weight approx. 3.5g £200 - £300 plus 21% BP*

256 Emerald and diamond modernist necklace, set in two colour 18ct gold, having a central stone set line of seven oval cut emeralds, totalling approx. 4.25cts, interspersed with sixteen small brilliant cut diamonds mounted in pairs, totalling approx. 0.5ct, colour estimated as H/I and clarity SI, set within a necklace of alternating matt yellow gold and polished white gold square links, marked ‘750’, length approx. 23.5cm, gross weight approx. 32.93g £1500 - £2000 plus 21% BP*

257 Emerald and diamond bracelet, in 18ct two colour gold, en suite to the previous lot, centred with five oval cut emeralds totalling approx. 3cts, interspersed with twelve brilliant cut diamonds totalling approx. 0.35ct, colour estimated as H/I and clarity SI, with alternating matt yellow gold and polished white gold square links, marked ‘850’, length approx. 18.5cm, gross weight approx. 15.36g £800 - £1200 plus 21% BP*

258 Emerald and diamond three stone ring, square cut emerald of approx. 1ct flanked by smaller brilliants of approx. 0.5ct each, all claw mounted in 18ct yellow gold and platinum, size L, gross weight approx. 4.4g £400 - £600 plus 21% BP*

259

22ct gold wedding ring, weight approx. 9.2g

£200 - £300 plus 21% BP*


Lots 256-258

260 Fine Art Deco diamond brooch, circa 1920, shaped rectangular form worked with stylised anthemion panels and centred with an old brilliant stone of approx. 0.75ct, in a square setting with a further twelve brilliant cut diamonds, and flanked by a further two brilliants totalling approx. 0.6ct, all in beaded collet mounts and further mounted with smaller brilliants, all similarly set in unmarked platinum, in total 169 brilliant cut diamonds, overall diamond weight estimated as approx. 6cts, 62mm x 30mm, gross weight approx. 17g £2000 - £3000 plus 21% BP*

261 Pair of Art Deco diamond, coral and black onyx pendant earrings, of inverted torch form, each set with 36 small brilliant cut diamond interspersed with coral and onyx insets and suspended beneath an earring with a further small brilliant, all backed in unmarked yellow gold, 50mm drop x 17mm, gross weight approx. 10g £500 - £700 plus 21% BP*

Lots 260-262

262 Belle Epoque opal and diamond clip, the oval cabochon opal approx. 16mm x 9mm, set against an old brilliant cut diamond encrusted ground formed as drapes and scrolls, the largest stone approx. 0.25ct, totalling 28 diamonds, overall diamond weight estimated as approx. 1.5cts, in beaded channel settings in white metal marked ‘PT’, maker’s mark P.P. Ltd, overall size 30mm x 18mm, gross weight approx. 9.9g £900 - £1200 plus 21% BP*

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263 Diamond eternity ring, channel set with small baguettes in unmarked platinum, size O, gross weight approx. 3.9g £300 - £500 plus 21% BP*

264 Arts and Crafts period silver and green stone pendant necklace, worked as an open knot centred with four cabochon green stones with a further three hanging beneath, all suspended from the original block chain necklace, the pendant 55mm x 30mm; also a Platino hammered pewter brooch centred with a purple glazed roundel, possibly Ruskin, 38mm diameter; and a silver brooch centred with a sailing boat in a mariner’s knot, Chester 1947, 29mm diameter (3) £50 - £80 plus 21% BP*

265 Diamond half eternity ring, channel set with seven small brilliant cut diamonds in 18ct white gold, size O, gross weight approx. 4.3g £300 - £500 plus 21% BP*

270 Modernist 9ct gold brooch, designed by Ernest A Blyth and made by Ivan Tarratt, hallmarked Birmingham 1972, formed as geometric ice like forms in a star formation, signed, 6cm, weight approx. 18.3g £200 - £300 plus 21% BP*

271 Victorian 18ct gold open face pocket watch, Chester 1868, 43mm white enamelled dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, signed ‘A Bruce, Manchester’, engine turned back plate, gold inner cover, signed keywind movement, (no glass), 46mm diameter, gross weight approx. 91.8g Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £400 - £600 plus 21% BP*

272 Lapis lazuli carved intaglio seal mounted into a ring, the stone possibly Babylonian, and as early as 2200BC, depicting a seated god and worshipper, the rectangular seal claw set into a modern 18ct white gold ring with baguette diamonds to the shoulders, the seal 20mm x 11mm, gross weight approx. 12.5g £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

273 Early Victorian paste brooch, having four pear cut stones surrounding a central round cut stone, all foil backed and set in unmarked yellow metal, width 37mm, gross weight approx. 6.2g £50 - £80 plus 21% BP*

274 Edwardian amethyst and pearl openwork pendant in 15ct gold, centred with a round cut amethyst in an openwork Art Nouveau setting, channel set with split pearls, 43mm drop, suspended from a 9ct gold fine chain necklace, with barrel clasp, length 41.5cm; also a pair of amethyst pendant earrings, oval cut stone within a cast yellow gold border, unmarked, 22mm drop, gross weight approx. 7.9g (3) £280 - £360 plus 21% BP*

275 Pair of Victorian yellow gold pendant earrings, circa 1880, each of pear shape with seven articulated icicle drops beneath, suspended from an engraved mihrab, 5cm drop, unmarked, weight approx. 5.1g £200 - £300 plus 21% BP*

276 Edwardian peridot and pearl fringe necklace in 15ct gold, having a pear cut peridot of approx. 10mm x 8mm in a collet mount suspended from chains interspersed with seed pearls, five round cut peridots, each of approx. 6mm diameter, and eternal knot form links, on a cable chain necklace with oval box and tongue clasp marked ‘15’, length 39cm, the pendant drop 6cm max., gross weight approx. 11.7g £600 - £800 plus 21% BP*

Lots 266-269 and 271

266 George V 9ct gold vesta case by Asprey & Co., Chester 1919, plain polished rectangular form, 5cm, weight approx. 28g

£200 - £300 plus 21% BP*

267 Victorian 15ct gold triple opening propelling pencil, engraved outer case, 5cm when closed, gross weight approx. 16.5g £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

268 9ct gold anchor chain necklace, with ring clasp, length 60cm, weight approx. 47.7g £400 - £600 plus 21% BP*

269 George V 9ct gold half hunter pocket watch, Chester 1929, the outer case with enamelled Roman numerals opening to a 43mm dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, un-engraved back plate and inner cover, crownwind Swiss seven jewel movement, 48mm diameter, gross weight approx. 82g Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £200 - £400 plus 21% BP*

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277 9ct gold pink sapphire and pearl trefoil pendant brooch, suspended from a 9ct gold flat cable link choker necklace, the pendant drop 32mm, length of the necklace 36.5cm, gross weight approx. 8.2g £300 - £400 plus 21% BP*

278 Diamond solitaire ring, old cushion cut stone of approx. 0.8ct set in platinum claw mounts and ring, size N, gross weight approx. 3g £300 - £500 plus 21% BP*

279 Continental silver and paste pendant necklace, possibly Russian, in Secessionist style having a central round cut white stone supporting two pear cut stones suspended from bars beneath, the whole surmounted with an oval cut white stone, all suspended from a chain necklace, 48mm drop, contained within a Russian card jeweller’s box £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*


Lots 274-277

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Lots 280-282, 284 and 286

280 Diamond line bracelet, in platinum and 18ct white gold, having a graduated line of 19 old brilliant cut diamonds, the largest being estimated as 0.65ct, total diamond weight estimated as approx. 1.85cts, the stones in beaded collet square mounts with engraved sides, on a white gold bar link bracelet (possibly later), length approx. 16.5cm, gross weight approx. 11.2g £1000 - £1500 plus 21% BP*

281 9ct gold and diamond mesh bracelet, the clasp set with eight tiny brilliants in white gold against a yellow gold mesh bracelet, 18cm x 18mm, gross weight approx. 32.6g £240 - £300 plus 21% BP*

282 Diamond three stone ring, the central round brilliant cut diamond of approx. 1.17cts, colour estimated as H/I and clarity VS1-2, mounted in a platinum four claw mount, and flanked by two further smaller brilliants, estimated as 0.32ct each and of similar colour and clarity, all mounted on a 900 grade platinum ring, size P, gross weight approx. 6.7g (NB: This ring was valued for insurance purposes at £12,500 in 2010) £2500 - £3500 plus 21% BP*

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283 Rolex gent’s 9ct gold wristwatch, import marks for London 1919, cushion shaped case, gold coloured engine turned dial with Arabic numerals, signed 15 jewel movement, 25mm, on a later brown leather strap

Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches

£250 - £350 plus 21% BP*

284 Diamond cluster ring, the central old brilliant cut stone of approx. 0.75ct bordered with smaller brilliants in a flowerhead design, set in 18ct yellow gold, size K, gross weight approx. 3.8g £180 - £240 plus 21% BP*

285 Decorative gem set ring, set with white stones in a leaf design, in indistinctly marked yellow metal, size O, gross weight approx. 3.2g; also a coral bead mounted yellow metal ring, gross weight approx. 1.6g (2) £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

286 Diamond two stone crossover ring, each old brilliant cut stone of approx. 0.75ct in white metal claw mounts, on an 18ct yellow gold ring, size Q, gross weight approx. 4.7g £400 - £600 plus 21% BP*

287 Shipping Interest: SS Snowdon souvenir gold coloured propelling pencil by Sampson Mordan & Co., dated 1898, when extended 15cm £60 - £100 plus 21% BP*


PICTuRES


290 Augustus Osborne Lamplough (1877-1930), The Nile in the heat of the day, watercolour, signed and dated 1901, 21.5cm x 53cm £120 - £180 plus 21% BP*

291 Augustus Osborne Lamplough (1877-1930), Travellers at sunrise on the banks of the Nile, watercolour, signed, 24.5cm x 62cm £250 - £300 plus 21% BP*

292 Hugues Merle (1823-1881), Best friends, oil on relined canvas, signed, oval, 46cm x 37cm £1800 - £2400 plus 21% BP*

Lot 291

293 Maud Turner (Active late 19th/early 20th Century) Six Scottish Terrier portraits, all signed, five with titles, oil on canvas board, 23cm x 18cm £200 - £400 plus 21% BP*

▲ 294 Cyril Hardy (1889-1951), Pair, ‘Market place, Tunis’, and ‘A street in Algeria’, signed watercolours, titled to the mounts, 19cm x 27.5cm £150 - £250 plus 21% BP*

295 Thomas W Walshaw (18601906), Olde Chester street scene, possibly St Nicholas Street, watercolour, signed with initials, 18cm x 23.5cm; also another watercolour by the same hand of an old building of Chester, signed with initials, 19cm x 11cm (2) £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

▲ 296 Dennis Green (Contemporary), Pair, Peregrine and quarry, and Goldfinches on thistles, signed watercolours, 14cm x 19cm £50 - £80 plus 21% BP*

297 Neapolitan School (Late 18th Century), Five miniature classical paintings, each depicting a figure from mythology, gouache on paper, including four 7cm diameter and another being oval 6.5cm x 9cm £200 - £300 plus 21% BP*

298 Thomas Greenhalgh (Active 1848-1906), Summer cottage garden, watercolour, signed and dated 1883, 49cm x 68cm £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

299 Dutch/Belgian School (late 20th Century), Busy street scene, oil on canvas, indistinctly signed, 50cm x 60cm £150 - £250 plus 21% BP*

Lot 292

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300 Dutch/Belgian School (late 20th Century), Winter landscape with skaters on a river, indistinctly signed oil on panel, 40cm x 60cm £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*


Lot 294

Lot 297 (part)

Lot 298

Lot 299

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301 Dutch/Belgian School (late 20th Century), River landscape with figures at a quayside, indistinctly signed oil panel, 40cm x 50cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

307 Chinese reverse painting of a lady reclining in a chair, late 20th Century, 54cm x 39cm, mounted within an ebonised frame £150 - £200 plus 21% BP*

308 Frederick John Widgery (1861-1942), Exmoor with Dunkery Beacon in the distance, signed gouache, titled verso, 28cm x 45cm £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

Lot 302

302 Stephen Holmes (20th Century), Squire at the farmstead, signed oil on canvas board, 26cm x 53cm £60 - £100 plus 21% BP*

Lot 309 (part)

309 Japanese School (late 19th Century), Series of nine paintings of figures, possibly training as Samurai amidst pavilions, gouache, 30cm x 23cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

Lot 303

303 Robert Tonge (1823-1856), South Lancashire landscape, oil on mill board, signed, inscribed verso, 21cm x 44cm £200 - £400 plus 21% BP*

▲ 310 Raoul Dufy (1877-1953), Six pencil drawings: ‘View of a village with a travelling horse and cart beyond a wheatfield’ signed in pencil, 23cm x 32cm; ‘Corn stooks with a village church beyond’, 25cm x 33cm, unsigned; ‘Village church and farmstead beyond a corn field’, 22cm x 32cm, unsigned; ‘The farmer ploughing in early winter sunshine’, 25cm x 33cm, unsigned; ‘Detailed study of a wheat field’, 25cm x 34cm, unsigned; and ‘Study of shells and a miniature horse’, 25cm x 34cm, unsigned £1000 - £1500 plus 21% BP*

Lot 304

304 Thomas Huson (1844-1920), Llangollen from the river bank, watercolour, signed and inscribed to original artist’s label verso, 34.5cm x 52cm £100 - £200 plus 21% BP*

305 After Simone Pomardi (1760-1830), Interior of the Coliseum, Rome in 1813, copper engraving by Rossini, 1820, 38cm x 48cm £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

306 Attributed to Samuel Lawson Booth (1836-1928), ‘Scotland the Brae’, signed oil on canvas, 30cm x 45cm £50 - £80 plus 21% BP* 38

Lot 311

311 James Aitken (Active 1880-1935), Crashing waves, Isle of Man, signed watercolour, 47cm x 75cm

£80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

312 James Aitken (Active 1880-1935), Coastline at low tide, signed watercolour, 17cm x 29cm £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*


Lot 314

Lot 316

313 James Aitken (Active 1880-1935), Lake District landscape, signed watercolour, 17cm x 29cm £30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

314 James Aitken (Active 1880-1935), Breezy day on the Manx coast, watercolour, signed, titled verso, 35cm x 50cm £70 - £100 plus 21% BP*

315 James Aitken (Active 1880-1935), Fishing boats on a falling tide, watercolour, signed, 17cm x 23.5cm £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

▲ 316 John Ernest Aitken (1881-1957), Showery weather, Port St Mary, Isle of Man, watercolour, signed, titled verso, 47cm x 75cm £250 - £300 plus 21% BP*

Lot 318

▲ 318 John Ernest Aitken (1881-1957), Drifting down the Maas, Dordrecht, signed watercolour, titled verso, 37cm x 45cm

£100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

▲ 319 John Ernest Aitken (1881-1957), Peaceful night, pastel and watercolour, signed, titled verso, 54cm x 75cm £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

320 Aaron Edwin Penley (1807-70), Lake Bala, North Wales, watercolour, inscribed to old labels verso, 70cm x 126cm £150 - £250 plus 21% BP*

Lot 317

▲ 317 John Ernest Aitken (1881-1957), Voorstraat Haven, Dordrecht, signed watercolour, titled verso, 50cm x 34cm £70 - £100 plus 21% BP*

Lot 321

321 Edward Aubrey Hunt (1855-1922), Mediterranean fishing village, oil on relined canvas, signed and dated 1889, 46cm x 81cm

£400 - £600 plus 21% BP*

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Lot 322 322 Henry Thomas Schafer (1854-1915), Vanity, A Grecian beauty in her boudoir, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1885, 66cm x 86cm £4000 - £6000 plus 21% BP*

Lot 324

Lot 323

323 Gertrude Jameson Barnes (1865-1939), Maternal cares, signed oil on canvas, titled to a label verso, 35cm x 45cm £200 - £400 plus 21% BP*

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▲ 324 John Christian Douglas, Crashing waves, Cornwall, signed oil on board, 56cm x 75cm £70 - £100 plus 21% BP*


Lot 325

Lot 326

325 Follower of George Morland (1763-1804), children before a farmstead, oil on relined canvas, oval, 60cm x 72cm £100 - £200 plus 21% BP*

▲ 326 Vincent Galloway (1894-1977), Potted plants, signed oil on canvas, 50cm x 68cm Provenance: Purchased in 1991 at a cost of £1000 £150 - £200 plus 21% BP*

327 Giovanni Battista Cipriani (1727-85), Illustration for a poem, watercolour wash en grisaille, 23.5cm x 22.5cm

£300 - £500 plus 21% BP*

328 Jan Jansson, ‘’Dwinae Fluvii, Nova Descriptio’’, 17th Century hand coloured map, 53cm x 61cm 329 Manner of Franz Hals, Portrait of an itinerant fiddle player, oil on panel, bears a signature, 51cm x 40cm £250 - £350 plus 21% BP*

£100 - £200 plus 21% BP*

▲ 331 Jenny Ryrie (Contemporary), Winter calm (sea studies), watercolours, signed, titled verso, 17cm x 24.5cm and 14.5cm x 24.5cm, framed as one £70 - £100 plus 21% BP*

Lot 327

£40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

▲ 330 Trevor Grimshaw (1947-2001), Five limited edition lithographic monochrome prints, including ‘Isolated Church’, ‘Monoliths’, ‘Stone Sentinels’, ‘Stone Corridor’ and ‘A Northern Urban Landscape’, all signed in pencil and numbered, the largest 17cm x 23cm

Lot 332

▲ 332 Tom Durkin (1928-1990), Beachcombers, signed oil on board, 45cm x 35cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

▲ 333 Tom Durkin (1928-1990), The shoeshine boy, signed oil on canvas board, 45cm x 35cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

334 H Crane (Active circa 1920), Portrait of the steamship ‘’Broderick’’, circa 1913, signed gouache on millboard, 14cm x 28.5cm £120 - £180 plus 21% BP*

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Lot 336

335 Continental School (19th Century), Portrait of a gentleman in a brown coat, half length, oil on canvas laid on board, 75cm x 67cm; also a companion picture of a young lady in a lace cap and pearl necklace, oil on canvas, 65cm x 64cm (2) £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

▲ 336 Tom Dodson (1910-1991), Odsell Park, Salford, signed oil on board, 46cm x 61cm £600 - £800 plus 21% BP*

Lot 338

338 James Thomas Watts (1853-1930), The still pool above Pont-Y-Pair, Betws-Y-Coed, watercolour, signed, titled to a label verso, 20cm x 25cm £300 - £500 plus 21% BP*

Lot 337

337 Charles Arthur Cox (late 19th/early 20th Century), Woodside Ferry, Birkenhead, watercolour, signed, titled verso, 35cm x 50cm £30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

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Lot 346 339 Set of four Crimean War chromolithographic engravings by W Simpson, published by Day & Sons, 1855, titled ‘Kertch from the North’, ‘The camp of the 2nd Division looking east’, ‘Huts and warm clothing for the army’, and ‘Sketch in the interior of the Mamelon Vert’, 33cm x 49cm, all similarly framed £30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

340 De Vas (Belgian?), Lacemaker in a Belgian back street, signed oil on canvas laid on board, 68cm x 49cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

Lot 343

▲ 343 Hillary Scoffield (b. 1958), Peaceful evening at the pond, signed watercolour and gouache, 36cm x 47cm £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

▲ 344 Hillary Scoffield (b. 1958), Shady country lane, signed watercolour and gouache, 27cm x 47cm £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

Lot 341

341 Arthur Claude Strachan (1865-circa 1938), On the Bridgewater Canal, Lymm, Cheshire, watercolour, signed, 50cm x 75cm £300 - £500 plus 21% BP*

342 Late Victorian School, Portrait miniature of a lady, half length in a blue dress, 6cm x 5cm, in a brass frame with leather case; also a Victorian silhouette of a lady signed ‘Miers’, mounted within an ebonised framed, 6.5cm x 5cm; and a portrait miniature of Lord Nelson, 8.5cm x 6.5cm, mounted within a boulle style frame (3) £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

▲ 345 Hillary Scoffield (b. 1958), Country church, signed gouache, 34.5cm x 26.5cm £70 - £100 plus 21% BP*

▲ 346 Hillary Scoffield (b. 1958), Pair, Sunrise and Sunset in the Highlands, gouache, signed, 17.5cm x 26.5cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

▲ 347 Hillary Scoffield (b. 1958), Winter landscape through the trees, signed gouache, 17.5cm x 26.5cm £30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

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Lot 348 348 Bernard Walter Evans (1842-1922), The old home of William Fletcher, Pentrich, Derbyshire, watercolour, signed and titled to the mount, 41cm x 75cm £300 - £500 plus 21% BP*

353 Pierre le Boeuff (Belgian - Active 1899-1920), Busy town square, watercolour, signed, indistinctly titled, 27cm x 35cm £30 - £40 plus 21% BP*

354 Robert Hollands Walker (Active 1882-1922), On the river bank, signed watercolour and bodycolour, 20cm x 32cm £20 - £40 plus 21% BP*

▲ 355 John H Nicholson (Contemporary), Castletown Harbour, Isle of Man, watercolour, signed, titled verso, 20cm x 28cm £30 - £40 plus 21% BP*

▲ 356 Brian Eden (Contemporary), Church Street, Liverpool, watercolour, signed, 15.5cm x 20.5cm £30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

Lot 349

349 English School (Third quarter 19th Century), Ferreting for rabbits, watercolour, 29cm x 43cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

350 George Oyston (1861-1937), Old cottages at Eashing Village, near Godalming, watercolour, signed and dated 1907, titled verso, 37cm x 54cm £50 - £80 plus 21% BP*

351 Charles Henry Slater (Circa 1820-90), Still life of apple and plums, signed watercolour, 16cm x 21.5cm; also Arum lilies, signed watercolour, 16cm x 21.5cm (2) £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

352 Frank Rawlings Offer (1847-1932), Cattle on the banks of a river, signed oil board, 25cm x 40cm £30 - £50 plus 21% BP* 44

Lot 357

357 Robert Fowler (1853-1926), An old woman tending her vegetable garden, oil on board, inscribed verso, 22cm x 29cm

£50 - £80 plus 21% BP*


▲ 358 Roy Hammond (b. 1934), Predikherenrei, Bruges, watercolour, signed and dated 2000, inscribed to a label verso, 16.5cm x 22cm £30 - £40 plus 21% BP*

Lot 359

▲ 359 James Williamson-Bell (1938-2010), Northern landscape with power station, watercolour, pen and ink, signed, dated 1971, 33cm x 49cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

Lot 363

363 George Sheridan Knowles (1863-1931), The mother hen, signed watercolour, 40cm x 31cm £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

Lot 360

360 Attributed to John Edmund Buckley (1824-76), The garden, Chatsworth, watercolour with scratching out, 31cm x 47cm £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

▲ 361 Marion L Broom (1878-1962), Primulas in a glass bowl, watercolour, signed, 34cm x 43cm

Lot 364

£30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

364 Charles Beresford Hopkins (b. 1895), After rain, possibly Congleton, Cheshire, oil on canvas, signed, inscribed verso, 22cm x 32cm

£40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

£30 - £40 plus 21% BP*

362 James Gray (Active 1917-47), Country bouquet, watercolour, signed, titled to a label verso, 54cm x 35cm

Note: The artist is more widely known as a painter on china for Royal Worcester

365 Edgar Freyberg (German - b. 1927), Sunset over waves, signed, oil on canvas, 40cm x 80cm £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

366 John Cooke (b. 1929), Sunset, silhouetting the old mill, signed oil on board, 60cm x 88cm £60 - £100 plus 21% BP*

367 John Heseltine (b. 1923), Life drawing portrait, red crayon drawing, signed, 20.5cm x 17.5cm Provenance: Exhibited Bourne Gallery November 1982 £40 - £60 plus 21% BP* * Buyer’s Premium of 21% inclusive of VAT at 20%

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Lot 369 ▲ 368 Constance Gertrude Copeman (1864-1953), Mooring at the harbour wall, pastel drawing signed, 25cm x 16.5cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

▲ 369 Ben Maile (1922-2017), The Eastgate, Chester, oil on canvas, signed, inscribed verso and dated 1971, 92cm x 122cm £150 - £250 plus 21% BP*

370 After Guido Reni, ‘Beatrice Cenci’, oil on canvas, 27cm x 20cm £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

371 Alexander Gaudzinsky (Russian - 20th Century), The bathers, Moscow, signed oil on canvas, titled verso, 71cm x 53cm Provenance: Roy Miles Gallery, Bruton Street, London £100 - £200 plus 21% BP*

372 Douglas Sharpus Andrews (1885-1944), Nymph in the woods, watercolour, pen and ink, 20.5cm x 11.5cm £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

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Lot 372


OBJETS D’ART


380 French bisque headed and kid bodied doll, fixed blue almond eyes, closed mouth, pierced ears, kid bent limb body, fully clothed with heeled boots and black silk dress and over jacket, 43cm £60 - £100 plus 21% BP*

381 Schoenau & Hoffmeister bisque headed doll, no. 1909/5, rolling blue glass eyes, open mouth (teeth deficient), jointed composition body, 56cm £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

382 Heubach Koppelsdorf bisque head and composition bent limb baby doll, sleeping eyes, open mouth, auburn wig, the head marked ‘342’, 41cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

383 Heubach Koppelsdorf bisque head and composition bent limb baby doll, sleeping eyes, open mouth, brown wig, the head marked ‘320’, 37cm £50 - £80 plus 21% BP*

384 Tête Jumeau Bébé bisque doll, circa 1885-1899, bisque head with brown static eyes, pierced ears, stamped in red ‘Depose Tete Jumeau Bte.S.G.D. 12’, blond layered wig, jointed composition body, 65cm £200 - £300 plus 21% BP*

385 Armand Marseilles infant doll, bisque head with sleeping blue eyes, open mouth, lower teeth, the head marked, numbered ‘351’, composition bent limb body, 51cm £30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

Lot 380

386 Armand Marseilles infant doll, bisque head with sleeping eyes and closed mouth, the head numbered ‘341’, composition bent limb body, 28cm; also a further Armand Marseilles infant doll, bisque head with sleeping eyes and open mouth, the head numbered ‘351’, composition bent limb body, 25cm (2) £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

387 Vintage golden plush teddy bear, circa 1910-20, small size with only one glass eye, stitched nose, jointed arms and legs, 31cm; also a small red mohair teddy bear with boot black eyes, 14cm; mohair lamb, height 17cm; two rabbit soft toys; and a composition baby doll with painted facial features, 32cm (6) £30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

388 Two rare union Bank, Haverford West, one guinea notes, dated 1812/13, 17.5cm x 9.5cm £200 - £300 plus 21% BP*

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Lot 391 389 Arts & Crafts period hammered copper hanging light frame, in the style of W.A.S Benson, the ring punctuated with three Ruskin style ceramic bosses and with three arms to support light shades, suspended beneath a central rose, the drop including the rose 62cm, 34cm diameter £70 - £100 plus 21% BP*

390 Dutch style brass chandelier, with a central ball and baluster column, supporting six S-shaped branches issuing from dolphin masks and with ceramic screw-in bulb fittings, 100cm drop, 84cm diameter £70 - £100 plus 21% BP*

391 French brass clock garniture, in Second Empire style, circa 1880, the architectural style clock surmounted with a classical urn with a bi-metal finish over a silvered dial with Roman numerals, signed ‘Thomas Boxall, Paris’, the movement striking on a bell, raised on a gilded and velvet covered wooden stand, 33.5cm; and a matching pair of garniture urns, height 23cm Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £300 - £500 plus 21% BP*

392 Victorian stuffed brown trout or sewin, mounted within a bow fronted case, width 60cm, height 37cm £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

393 Napoleonic Prisoner of War bone domino set, in a box with double sliding cover, 10cm £20 - £30 plus 21% BP*

394 Napoleonic Prisoner of War miniature carved bone spinning wheel, early 19th Century, height 7.5cm £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

* Buyer’s Premium of 21% inclusive of VAT at 20%

Lot 394

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Lot 397

395 Victorian carved mahogany tobacco box and cover, dated 1859, turned waisted form, the cover carved with a shield and initials ‘ABC’, 12.5cm diameter

£40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

396 ‘Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam’ limited edition, illuminated by F Sangorski and G Sutcliffe, signed and numbered 193/550, published by Siegle Hill & Co., London, gilt tooled vellum binding £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

397 Swiss disc musical box ‘The Britannia’, playing 9ins discs against two combs, within a walnut and inlaid two door cabinet surmounted by a pediment surmounted with a clock, all raised on turned feet, together with 37 discs, height 67cm, width 42.5cm £800 - £1200 plus 21% BP*

398 Pair of Chinese silk embroidered cuffs, late 18th or early 19th Century, each worked with flowering vases in coloured silks and metal thread against an cream ground, framed as one, 49cm x 20cm £30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

399 Oak barograph, retailed by Siddall, Opticians, Chester, width 31.5cm, height 19cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

Lot 400

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400 Victorian brass skeleton mantel clock, silvered chapter ring with Roman numerals, pierced plates with five spoke wheels, single fusee movement, cylinder bob pendulum, raised on a moulded mahogany base with brass ball feet, height 33cm

Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £360 - £440 plus 21% BP*


Lots 408, 410, 412 and 414 401 Pair of George III silkwork tapestries, circa 1800-20, each depicting a young lady within a landscape, in faded silks, mounted within mourning mounts within giltwood frames, 43cm x 37cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

402 Regency rosewood sarcophagus tea caddy, with twin wooden caddy interiors and hinged covers, raised on brass feet, 25.5cm

405 Arts and Crafts period copper inkstand, with a hammered effect finish inscribed ‘Post In and Out’ to the back and centred with an inkwell, 23cm x 16cm; together with a vintage Conway Stewart fountain pen with 14ct gold nib £75 - £100 plus 21% BP*

£30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

Lot 406

406 Chinese bronze censer, 17th Century, squat baluster form with two lug handles, raised on three spur shaped feet, Zhuanshu script seal mark to the base, 14.5cm diameter £300 - £500 plus 21% BP*

407 Japanese Katana (Gunto), probably Tokyo School, Second World War, shagreen hilt, cast metal tsuba detailed with flowerheads, 71cm blade, brown painted metal scabbard £200 - £300 plus 21% BP*

408 Matthew Norman, Swiss brass carriage clock, white dial with Roman numerals, the seven jewel movement signed and numbered ‘1754’, height 13cm Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches

Lot 403

403 Charles Sykes ‘Spirit of Ecstasy’, bronze sculpture, signed, mid brown patina, presented on a circular polished slate plinth, height 56cm £800 - £1200 plus 21% BP*

404 Early 19th Century cast lead tobacco box, partially painted and worked with elephant surmounts over corner columns, raised on paw feet, width 18cm, height 17cm £20 - £40 plus 21% BP*

£80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

409 George V Military Cross, un-named and unknown recipient, in original case; also Military Cross First World War dress miniatures £300 - £500 plus 21% BP*

410 Shortland Bowen, English brass carriage clock, white dial with Roman numerals, height 13cm Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £50 - £80 plus 21% BP*

* Buyer’s Premium of 21% inclusive of VAT at 20%

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Lot 416

411 Pair of brass Gothic Revival altar sticks, with three knopped stem over a circular foot, height 46.5cm

Lot 419

412 French brass repeating carriage clock, white dial with Roman numerals, brushed brass finish, height 14.5cm

419 French gilt ormolu clock garniture by A D Mougin, circa 1890, Rococo Revival case embellished throughout with scrolls, floral garlands and a trompe l’oeil of musical instruments, white enamelled dial with Roman numerals and outer minutes, signed movement striking on a bell (no pendulum), all raised on a scrolling base, height 34cm; and a pair of matching twin branch candelabra, height 24.5cm (3)

£120 - £180 plus 21% BP*

£300 - £500 plus 21% BP*

£40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches 413 Victorian oak stick barometer, by F L West, Cockspur Street, Charing Cross, London, having an upper barometric (or vernier) scale over a thermometer, height 96cm £70 - £100 plus 21% BP*

414 French brass repeating carriage clock, having four fluted pillars flanking a white chapter ring with Arabic numerals against a gilt surround, the movement chiming on a gong, height 17cm, contained within original Morocco leather carrying case (handle present but detached)

Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches

420 Huntley & Palmer’s biscuit tin in the form of a bound bundle of books, 16cm; also a further biscuit tin in the form of a classical style serpentine column, 18cm (2) £30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches

£120 - £180 plus 21% BP*

415 Pair of Chinese carved wooden figures of travellers, early 20th Century, height 32.5cm £50 - £70 plus 21% BP*

416 Benin bronze figure of a guardian, standing with knife held aloft and elaborate headdress, height 38cm £70 - £100 plus 21% BP*

417 Stuffed and mounted Common Carp, caught in the River Thames August 5th 1926, weighing 3lbs 14ozs, mounted within a bow fronted case, width 66cm, height 35cm £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

418 Arts and Crafts period copper hall lantern frame, circa 1900, patinated with verdigris, 54cm drop, 23cm square £20 - £40 plus 21% BP*

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Lot 421


421 Edwardian gentleman’s oak smoking and drinking cabinet, the case with two arched panelled doors to the front and a lift up lid opening to reveal original stoneware tobacco jar, pipe racks, two hobnail cut spirit decanters and three small drawers, one enclosing a cribbage board, width 40cm, height 34.5cm, depth 26cm £150 - £200 plus 21% BP*

422 Bronze sculpture of a recumbent hare, late 20th Century, unsigned, 9.5cm £30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

423 Late Victorian brass and stained glass hall lantern, traditional square form, height 29.5cm, with an additional 56cm for the ceiling suspension rod, width 19.5cm £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

427 King James Bible, Containing the Old Testament and the New, printed in London by Benham Norton and John Bill, printers to the King, 1619, rebound by Kirkby, Chester, in tooled leather, 23cm x 15.5cm £200 - £300 plus 21% BP*

428 Local historical interest: Ledger of received rents from the environs of Chester, circa 1667-68, hand described detailing land and tenancy rents; also William IV annuities cheque, dated 1836, for £216 5s 9p £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

429 Arts and Crafts period hammered copper jar and cover, oval section, 16cm x 11.5cm; also a Victorian copper and brass spirit chocolate pot, with turned wooden handle, the base fitted with a burner, height 28cm £20 - £40 plus 21% BP*

Lot 424

424 Chinese polished bronze censer, 19th Century, of lobed form, the base cast with a shou character, 21cm x 15cm £100 - £200 plus 21% BP*

425 Late Regency mahogany wheel barometer, by M Barnasconi, Leeds, 21cm silvered main dial with humidity indicator, thermometer and central mirror, signed to the level beneath, 97cm £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

Lots 430 and 431

430 Cairo ware brass and silver inlaid jardinière, worked with formalised panels and calligraphic reserves, 18.5cm diameter

£30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

431 Cairo ware brass and silver inlaid plate, with a formalised trellis design, 26cm; also a Cairo ware brass and silver inlaid circular box and cover, 7cm diameter; and a North African brass bowl worked with reserves of Islamic script, 12cm diameter (3) £50 - £70 plus 21% BP*

432 Swiss cylinder musical box ‘The L’Epee’ by Adolphe Woog, circa 1875, playing six airs, the case with rosewood veneered top inlaid with a floral spray, ebonised moulded edge, 42.5cm £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

433 Old leather case, the cover with ‘GR’ crowned cipher, heavy carrying handle at the front, and raised on four ball feet, 70cm x 25cm x 13cm deep £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

Lot 426

426 Georgian leather gunpowder bucket, circa 1820, traditional form with riveted brass rim and rivets around the base, height 25cm £60 - £80 plus 21% BP*

434 French brass mantel clock by Jonas, Paris, circa 1900, the case with silvered quilted panels to the sides embellished with brass figures emblematic of the seasons, the dial similarly adorned with a winged cherub mask, brass chapter ring signed ‘Shausburg, Paris’, the movement signed ‘Jonas’, probably originally an automaton mantel clock, the automaton now deficient and the movement within the base not working, all raised on scroll feet, height 25.5cm Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £50 - £80 plus 21% BP*

* Buyer’s Premium of 21% inclusive of VAT at 20%

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435 Early Victorian mahogany and brass bound campaign writing box, original gilt tooled Morocco leather writing surface, the interior with secret drawers behind a panel, width 47.5cm, depth 28cm, height 19cm

£30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

436 Victorian case of stuffed birds, including a pair of European rollers, and a scarlet tanager, landscaped and presented under a dome on an ebonised wooden base, height 59cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

437 Brass sextant by Owen Owens, South Castle Street, Liverpool, circa 1830, signed silvered vernier scale fitted with a magnifying arm, three sun and three horizon shades, in a fitted mahogany case Lot 435

£80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

438 Pair of Edwardian brass urn form table lamps (converted), height to the top of the urn 33cm £50 - £80 plus 21% BP*

439

Coalbrookdale trident cast iron comport, 21cm diameter

£30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

440 Carved and painted wooden model of a salmon, the fish 70cm, the board overall 85cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

441 George V carved oak aneroid barometer, with presentation plaque, 81cm £30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

442 Victorian bronzed cast iron figure of a hand, probably part of a desk tidy, 12cm £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

443 French brass and Sevres panel ring box, circa 1870, the oval porcelain panel decorated with a portrait of a young woman with flowers in her hair, bordered with bleu celeste and tooled gilt, the brass sides engraved with intertwining strapwork, 11.5cm x 9cm Lot 437

£60 - £80 plus 21% BP*

444 French ivory necessaire, circa 1880, shaped ivory case inscribed with an elaborate monogram and opening to reveal sewing implements, 11cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

445 Queen Anne style silvered and gross-point tapestry bordered wall mirror, arched form surmounted with a shell crest, the fabric detailed with figures and flowers, 81cm x 50cm £30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

Lot 440

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Lot 446


446 A Victorian nautical themed clock and a matching aneroid barometer, by James Muirhead & Sons, Glasgow, each within a carved oak anchor form case enclosing 19.5cm dial, height 60cm, width 32cm £120 - £180 plus 21% BP*

447 Nick Herbert (Abersoch), large enamelled hammered copper charger, having an orange enamelled keyed border, signed with initials and inscribed ‘Aero’, 47.5cm diameter; also a Nick Herbert blue enamelled copper bowl decorated with a border design of stars and plain copper roundels, signed with initials, 37.5cm; and a small Nick Herbert copper and enamelled dish, signed, 18cm (3) £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

448 Rock crystal cameo, possibly Roman, carved in bas relief as a lady enrobed, possibly Olympia, mother of Alexander the Great, 45mm diameter £60 - £100 plus 21% BP*

449 Needlework sampler by Mary Howarth, early 19th Century, centred with a country house and with angels flanking a Christian verse, 42cm square, framed and glazed £50 - £80 plus 21% BP*

450 Four small rock crystal bottles, difficult to date but 20th Century or earlier, one being of twin handled amphora shape, 50mm, another of baluster form with a handle formed as a biting beast, 45mm, and the other two 52mm and 50mm

Lot 449

£70 - £100 plus 21% BP*

451 Middle Eastern carved rock crystal inkwell in Fatimid style, rectangular form with two large circular compartments and a further small receptacle, 11.5cm x 7.5cm x 4.5cm £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

452 French gilt brass clock garniture by Japy Freres, circa 1875, the clock surmounted with a seated cherub and with gilt decorated English pottery panels by Thomas Goode decorated with meadow flowers flanking a circular dial with Arabic numerals, signed movement striking on a gong, raised on a base embellished with a winged term and mask and scroll paw feet, height 51cm; and a pair of matching vases, height 29cm Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches

£200 - £400 plus 21% BP*

453 Cast bronze figurine of a fertility goddess, probably Asherah, Canaan or Mesopatamian, of indeterminate date, 19th Century or as early as 2nd Millennium BC, 13cm £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

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Carved marble head of a woman in Roman style, height 9.5cm

£30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

455 Oriental spinach green jade standing figure of Shou-Lao, traditionally carved carrying a peach and a sprouting staff in the right hand, 20th Century, 17.5cm

Lot 452

£40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

456 Tibetan carved rock crystal phurba, carved with taotie masks at the hilt and with a triform ‘blade’, 30cm £200 - £300 plus 21% BP*

457 Sino-Tibetan jade phurba, 19th Century or later, very pale variegated green, the pommel bearing the two faces of Vajrakila, the cross guard in the form of a double headed taotie head, the blade of tapered quatreform, 20cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

Lots 456 and 457

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Lot 460

458 Two Islamic bone chess pieces, Persian or Egyptian, possibly Medieval, 9th to 11th Century AD, 4.5cm and 4cm, and four Middle Eastern rock crystal forms, possibly chess pieces, three of conical form, the other of reeded conical form, the tallest 6.5cm, the shortest having a wide base, 4cm (6) £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

459 Early ivory carving of a seated woman, possibly a chess piece, 16th Century or earlier, carved with her right hand held to her ear, a whisk in her left hand, 48mm, mounted on a turned ebony stand of late 19th or early 20th Century date, with stand 8cm £100 - £200 plus 21% BP*

460 Late 19th Century German full size violin, circa 1900, 14ins two piece back with good curl, together with an un-named ivory mounted bow, weight approx. 41g, contained within original wooden case £600 - £1000 plus 21% BP*

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461 Carved ivory roundel, in Byzantine style depicting the Virgin Mary (hodegetria) gesturing to the Christ Child who sits on her left arm holding a scroll in his left hand, blessing with his right (repaired), possibly Mammoth ivory, labels verso, 8.5cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

462 German School, 17th Century, carved ivory bas relief of the goddess Pomona, the semi-naked figure resting against a rock on which sits a large urn, her left foot resting on a basket of fruit, 10cm x 5cm, mounted within a 20th Century gilded and ebonised frame £300 - £500 plus 21% BP*

463 Leeds Fire Clay Company grey glazed stoneware jardinière on stand, in the Arts and Crafts style, the circular bowl with an eternal knot design over a fluted column and square base, height 82cm £60 - £100 plus 21% BP*

Lots 466-468


464 Slice of amethyst geode, dished to form a decorative ashtray, 32.5cm x 24cm £20 - £30 plus 21% BP*

465 Pair of Georgian brass candlesticks, with multi-knopped column over a shaped circular base, height 20cm £60 - £80 plus 21% BP*

466 Arts and Crafts period copper coal scuttle, square form, the cover embossed with stylised foliage and the whole raised on wrought metal legs, width 33cm, height 52cm £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

467 Victorian brass purdonium, with shovel, the slope front embossed with anthemion leaves centred with a sunflower, metal liner, height 39cm £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

468 Late Victorian copper log bin, with lion’s mask ring handles, riveted details raised on paw feet, 51cm diameter, height 40cm £50 - £100 plus 21% BP*

469 Indian hardwood and brass mounted box, with pierced corner supports and carrying handles, width 43cm, depth 25cm, height 19.5cm £30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

470 Victorian bronze bell, stamped ‘19 1/2’ (no clapper), 24.5cm diameter £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

471 German oak bracket mantel clock, circa 1900, the domed case surmounted with brass urn finials and adornments over an arched brass dial with silvered chapter ring with Roman numerals and regulator dial to the arch, flanked by winged terms, the movement striking on two gongs, with winged cherub adorned sound panels to the sides, the whole raised on winged acanthus term front supports, height 63cm Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches

Lot 471

£280 - £360 plus 21% BP*

472 Early 19th Century turned fruitwood dairy bowl, nicely patinated, 38cm diameter £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

473 Chinese polished brass small censer, traditional form with Ming six character mark, raised on a turned wooden stand, 6.5cm diameter £30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

474 Japanese bronze and silver inlaid small vase, Meiji (18681912), signed, slender ovoid form decorated with cranes, 15cm £30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

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Coopered wooden water pail, 19th Century, 38cm diameter

£40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

476 Siebe Gorman & Co. diver’s knife, 19.5cm signed blade, brass finger guard and moulded ring handle, brass scabbard, 34.5cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

477 Late Victorian brass coal depot, having strapwork decoration with elaborate latch, carrying handle to each side, and riveted details, width 47cm, height 41cm £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

478 Victorian brass footman, the top pierced with the motto ‘Home Sweet Home’, 40cm £20 - £40 plus 21% BP*

479 Large riveted copper log bin, with brass twin carrying handles (converted from a copper), 52cm diameter, height 40cm £30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

480 French bronze figure of a Breton girl at a well, late 19th Century, dark patina, mounted on a square slate base, height 17cm Lot 475

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£40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

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Lot 481 481 Mahogany two tier lazy Susan in the Georgian style, having a turned central column supporting a central dish top with a further dished shelf beneath, raised on cabriole legs, height 41cm £70 - £100 plus 21% BP*

482 Pair of Georgian style brass knopped candlesticks, on canted square bases, height 18cm; also a pair of Victorian brass slender candlesticks, height 31cm (4) £30 - £40 plus 21% BP*

483 Benham & Froud brass and copper kettle with wrought iron stand, designed by Dr. Christopher Dresser, circa 1885 (some elements missing), height 77cm

Note: For a similar example see Widar Halen ‘Christopher Dresser’, plate 216

£200 - £300 plus 21% BP*

484 Islamic brass and silver inlaid scribe’s pen case, traditional form, 23.5cm £50 - £80 plus 21% BP*

485 Ethnographic steel bladed ceremonial knife, the broad blade very slightly fullered and rounded at the tip, with a carved wooden hilt with vertilinear decoration and wire coiled at the pommel, 39cm

Lot 483

Lot 489

486 French bronze and tole peinte firescreen, late 19th Century, in Rococo Revival style, painted with a scene of 17th Century courtiers in a classical garden, within a frame cast with scrolls and rocaille work, width 74cm, height 72cm Provenance: Purported to have been purchased from the dispersal sale of the contents of Clumber Park, Notts, seat of the 9th Duke of Newcastle

£80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

487 French gilt ormolu cherub candlestick, the winged figure supporting champleve enamelled sconces over a Sevres cylinder decorated with flowers against bleu celeste bands, over a base with floral garlands and acanthus scroll feet, height 31.5cm £60 - £100 plus 21% BP*

488 Art Deco chrome and spelter figural match striker formed as a girl with a fan over an octagonal base, with lighter, height 18cm £50 - £80 plus 21% BP*

489 HMV oak Monarch gramophone, having original wooden sound horn, swivelling tone arm, over a moulded base, complete with handle, the base 39cm square £180 - £240 plus 21% BP*

£50 - £80 plus 21% BP*

Lot 490

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490 Early Victorian walnut collector’s table cabinet, circa 1840-50, having an arched moulded panel door opening to eight shallow drawers, each faced with black walnut and with turned wooden knobs, all raised on a blind base, width 32cm, height 34cm, depth 27cm £180 - £240 plus 21% BP*


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500 Mahogany canteen chest of plated Kings pattern cutlery, the chest with folding out top over a configuration of four drawers fitted with eight place settings of cutlery with servers, over an open base with shelf and square legs, width 61cm, height 83cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

501 Late Regency mahogany writing table, circa 1825, having a drawer with a pull out writing slope, raised on tapered square section legs with ebony line inlays, width 67cm, depth 44cm, height 73cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

502 Oak double tambour fronted filing cabinet, opening to pullout plywood shelves on both sides, width 85cm, depth 36cm, height 150cm £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

Lot 505

505 Queen Anne joined oak coffer, dated 1705, having a three recessed panel top and front, the central panel inscribed with initials ‘HSA’ and dated 1705, with channel moulded outlines and raised on stile feet, width 96cm, depth 48cm, height 64cm £150 - £250 plus 21% BP*

506 Oak joined refectory table, in part early 17th Century, the later braced plank top over an early frieze carved with lunettes and raised on heavy turned baluster legs united by a later H-stretcher, length 198cm, width 92cm, height 75cm £500 - £800 plus 21% BP*

507 Set of eight oak joined chairs, probably Yorkshire, circa 1680 with restorations, comprising two carvers and six singles, each with a deep carved scroll cresting rail, recessed panel back, carved and centred with a rose, brown leather upholstered seats, turned forelegs and stretcher £500 - £800 plus 21% BP*

508 Bokhara style rug, probably Russian Turkman, rust field with two rows of four square medallions, within a patterned border, size approx. 1.84m x 1.26m £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

509 Oak joined coffer, late 17th century, the four recessed panel moulded top opening to a candlebox, over a four recessed panel front with channel moulded outlines, raised on stile supports, width 138cm, depth 56cm, height 63cm £180 - £240 plus 21% BP*

510 Welsh oak dresser, probably Denbighshire, circa 1740, the boarded plate rack with cavetto cornice and three shelves, over an enclosed base with three frieze drawers over two fielded panel cupboard doors centred with a further fielded panel, all with brass knobs, raised on stile feet, width 138cm, height 204cm Lot 503

503 Regency mahogany secretaire bookcase, circa 1815-25, moulded cornice over astragal glazed doors opening to adjustable shelves, over a secretaire chest base with fitted interior with satinwood faced drawers and pigeonholes, over three graduated long drawers, all with brass ring handles, raised on splayed bracket feet, width 112cm, height 231cm, depth 53cm £400 - £600 plus 21% BP*

504 George III mahogany tilt top table, circular top over a turned and wrythen moulded column and three splayed cabriole legs, 78cm diameter £100 - £150 plus 21% BP* 60

£400 - £600 plus 21% BP*

511 Late Victorian mahogany and inlaid bowfront display cabinet, circa 1890, crossbanded throughout in satinwood and with a central bowed door inlaid with an Adam style oval panel centred with mother of pearl and with bellflower trails, flanked with moulded glazed doors and glazed panel sides opening to velvet covered shelves, all raised on tapered square section legs with a shelf beneath and spade toes, width 136cm, height 150cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*


512 Camphorwood campaign chest, mid 19th Century, well figured hinged lid with brass reinforced corners and recessed ring handle to the front, carrying handles to the sides, width 101cm, depth 50cm, height 47cm

£150 - £250 plus 21% BP*

Lot 512

513 Sheraton Revival satinwood and inlaid collector’s table, canted square form with a glazed, hinged top, fabric lined interior in silk damask, the frieze inlaid with a keyed panel in ebony and boxwood, raised on slightly tapered square section legs united by a cross stretcher, width 39cm, height 61cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

514 Traditional elm dough bin, late 18th or early 19th Century, of unusual size with a three plank top over double plank front, raised on splat supports, width 186cm, height 71cm, depth 57cm £100 - £200 plus 21% BP*

Lot 511

515 Shiraz woollen runner, blue field with a continuous pole medallion with blue, red and salmon pink reserves, within a fawn geometrically patterned border, size approx. 4.07m x 0.82m £200 - £300 plus 21% BP*

Lot 514

Lot 515

516 Victorian mahogany and upholstered rail back settee, circa 1900, the upholstered roll top back above a bobbin turned rail, upholstered stuffover seat raised on short cabriole legs with brass castors, width 164cm, depth 70cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

517 Satinwood and parquetry cylinder bureau in the Sheraton style, late 20th Century, the back with two fabric pleated doors opening to a shelf over a cylinder front inlaid with parquetry and with keyed crossbanding in rosewood, walnut and ebony, over a faux drawer front, raised on tapered square section legs, width 74cm, height 146cm, depth 49cm £100 - £200 plus 21% BP*

518 Mahogany and inlaid small open bookcase, crossbanded with satinwood and with a boxwood and harewood inlaid frieze detailed with arabesques and fitted with two adjustable shelves, flanked by uprights inlaid with shells, all raised on a plinth base, width 61cm, height 103cm, depth 32cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

Lot 517

519 French mahogany commode chest, grey marble top over an ogee fronted long frieze drawer and three flame mahogany long drawers beneath, all on a plinth base with block feet, width 129cm, height 94cm, depth 58cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

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522 Bidjar rug, having a central blue pole medallion against a madder ground, with fawn spandrels and an abrashed blue border, size approx. 1.91m x 1.04m £70 - £100 plus 21% BP*

523 Oak joined box settle, first half 18th Century with later alterations, having a panelled moulded back, open arms, box seat with four recessed moulded panel front and lift up lid, width 135cm, height 108cm, depth 44cm £180 - £240 plus 21% BP*

524 Oak eight day longcase clock by Richard Reader, Hull, having a brass 11 1/2ins arched dial with date aperture and subsidiary seconds, signed to the arch, eight day movement striking on a bell, the trunk centred with a shell inlay in boxwood and harewood, over a stepped box base, height 216cm Lot 521

Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £280 - £340 plus 21% BP*

525 Edwardian mahogany and inlaid bowfront display cabinet, having a bowed central door flanked by glazed panels, the interior with two fabric covered shelves, and having a central drawer over an open base with a shaped shelf, swan neck legs with pad feet, width 132cm, height 181cm, depth 43cm £120 - £180 plus 21% BP*

526 Edwardian mahogany folding card table, the shaped triangular top crossbanded with satinwood and with boxwood line inlays, opening over a pullout leg at the rear, crossbanded frieze, raised on tapered square section legs with brass castors, width 97cm, depth 49cm, height 75cm Lot 522

£60 - £100 plus 21% BP*

Lot 527

Lot 523 520 Edwardian mahogany and inlaid serpentine front display cabinet, having a single glazed panel door opening to fabric covered shelves, with a recessed lower wooden panel, all raised on tapered square section legs with spade toes, width 82cm, height 173cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

521 French mahogany and painted kneehole washstand, the top with three-quarter gallery, later sprayed green gilt, over three plain fronted frieze drawers with two panelled recessed cupboard doors to the centre, flanked with arched moulded panel doors, each opening to three concealed drawers, raised on turned feet, width 118cm, height 86cm, depth 54cm £70 - £100 plus 21% BP*

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527 George IV mahogany bowfront sideboard, three-quarter back over a central kneehole drawer with brass lion mask and ring handles, flanked by a cupboard door and a deep drawer, all raised on wrythen and turned legs, width 157cm, depth 62cm, height 103cm

£150 - £200 plus 21% BP*

528 Mahogany bowfront hanging corner cupboard, early 19th Century, H-shaped brass hinges, the interior fitted with three shelves, height 106cm, width 74cm £60 - £90 plus 21% BP*

529 Caucasian rug, deep blue field with hooked botehs and madder border, size approx. 2.14m x 0.84m; also a Belouch woollen rug, deep blue field with three rows of guls against a coloured geometric border, size approx. 1.97m x 1.07m (2) £50 - £100 plus 21% BP*


Lot 531

Lot 534

530 Late George III mahogany and inlaid bowfront hanging corner cupboard, circa 1800, fitted with three interior shelves, height 108cm, width 71cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

531 Sheraton Revival mahogany and inlaid linen press by Edwards & Roberts, London, having a moulded cornice over two recessed panel doors, centred with oval satinwood fan reserves, opening to five trays, over a base fitted with two short and two long drawers with further satinwood inlays, raised on splayed bracket feet, width 130cm, height 207cm, depth 60cm £400 - £600 plus 21% BP*

532 Regency style mahogany sofa table by Waring & Gillow, the top with two drop leaves and ebony line inlay, over two drawers, raised on splat supports with a high stretcher and reeded sabre legs with brass paw feet and castors, width 97cm, depth 66cm, height 73cm £120 - £180 plus 21% BP*

533 Victorian mahogany bowfront chest of drawers, having later pressed metal knobs to two short and three long graduated drawers, splayed bracket feet, width 104cm, height 105cm, depth 53cm £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

534 Late Victorian mahogany extending dining table, in the Chippendale Revival style, the oval top with a carved and moulded edge, 152cm when closed, accommodating three extra leaves, length when extended 187cm, over a frieze with carved details and raised on acanthus carved swan neck legs with claw and ball feet with brass castors, width 132cm, height 74.5cm; also a set of Chippendale style carved mahogany dining chairs, each with acanthus and floral trails, with green fabric upholstered drop in seats, raised on acanthus carved cabriole legs with claw and ball feet, comprising two carvers and six singles (9) £800 - £1200 plus 21% BP*

Lot 535

535 Quality burr walnut breakfront library bookcase in the Georgian style, late 20th Century, having a broken architectural pediment over four arched moulded panel doors opening to adjustable shelves, over a base fitted with three feather banded drawers and four moulded panel cupboard doors over a blind base, width 183cm, height 221cm £100 - £200 plus 21% BP*

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536 Two faded silk prayer rugs, possibly a Ghiorder and an Anatolian, the colours virtually disappeared, and a Kashan silk rug in similar condition, sizes approx. 1.70m x 1.20m (3) £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

Lot 537

537 Victorian pair of mahogany and upholstered gentleman’s and lady’s salon chairs, circa 1860, each having carved and ogee moulded outlines, green deep button fabric upholstery, carved forelegs with white pot castors, height 109cm and 93cm respectively £220 - £280 plus 21% BP*

538 Edwardian mahogany mirror back sideboard, the arched back with a central circular mirror flanked by columns and recessed panels, over a base fitted with two bow fronted drawers with brass tear shaped handles, flanked by moulded oval panel doors opening to shelves and a cellarette, all raised on short cabriole legs with pad feet, width 197cm, height 174cm, depth 64cm £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

539 Victorian carved marble sculpture ‘The water carrier’, circa 1860, depicting a young girl walking barefoot to the well, height 102cm £300 - £500 plus 21% BP*

Lot 541

541 George III mahogany chest on chest, moulded top over two short and three long drawers with brass swan neck handles, raised on shaped bracket feet, width 102cm, height 102cm, depth 52cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

542 Edwardian mahogany bureau, well figured throughout and with satinwood banding, fitted interior with drawers and pigeonholes, and with two short and three long crossbanded drawers, raised on ogee bracket feet, width 78cm, height 102cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

543 Fine Kashan woollen carpet, cream field with scrolling blue palmettes and foliage within a similar border, size approx. 3.58m x 2.45m £700 - £1000 plus 21% BP*

544 George IV mahogany folding tea table, circa 1825, the folding top with a reeded edge folding over four wrythen columns, raised on sabre legs with acanthus cast brass toes and castors, width 91cm, depth 46cm, height 74cm £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

545 Oak eight day longcase clock, dentil cornice over slender turned columns flanking a 10ins brass dial with mask spandrels, matted centre with Roman numerals to the chapter ring, the movement striking on a bell, slender trunk with mahogany crossbanded door, over a box base with bracket feet, height 196cm Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £400 - £600 plus 21% BP*

546 Late Regency mahogany pedestal Pembroke table, the top with drop leaves, fitted with a single drawer with brass ring handles, on a turned column and four sabre legs with brass toes and castors, width 96.5cm, depth 59cm, height 76cm Lot 540

540 Victorian walnut and inlaid credenza, circa 1850, with boxwood inlaid frieze and a brass embellished central cupboard door with boxwood scrolling inlays, flanked with brass capped pilasters and bowed glazed cupboard doors opening to shelves, all raised on a base embellished with brass egg and dart beading, width 155cm, height 105cm, depth 42cm £200 - £300 plus 21% BP*

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£150 - £200 plus 21% BP*

547 Mahogany bowfront chest of drawers, the top with a reeded edge over two short and two long drawers with metal swan neck handles, raised on splayed bracket feet, width 84cm, depth 49cm, height 84cm £50 - £80 plus 21% BP*


548 Victorian mahogany linen press, having two well figured recessed panel doors opening to three trays, over a base fitted with two short and two long drawers with brass swan neck handles, raised on turned feet, width 134cm, height 165.5cm, depth 55cm

£80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

549 Edwardian mahogany wardrobe in the Georgian style, having a dentil cornice over two recessed moulded panel doors opening to hanging space and a single shelf, raised on bracket feet, width 131cm, height 188cm £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

550 Fine Kashan carpet, cream and fawn field dispersed with blue and ochre palmettes within a palmette border, size approx. 3.00m x 2.00m £600 - £900 plus 21% BP*

551 Early Victorian rosewood pole screen, having a moulded banner with gross-point and stumpwork floral embroidery on a moulded baluster column and three C-scroll supports, height 154cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

552 Victorian mahogany bowfront chest of drawers, fitted with two short and two long drawers with later pressed brass handles, raised on splayed bracket feet, width 91cm, depth 51cm, height 91cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

Lot 548

553 George III mahogany folding tea table in the Chippendale style, rectangular top supported on a folding gate at the rear over a plain frieze and tapered square section legs, width 88cm, depth 42.5cm, height 74cm £70 - £100 plus 21% BP*

Lot 550

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558 Late Victorian upholstered and mahogany framed hall settee, straight high sided form upholstered in cream fabric, raised on turned forelegs with pot castors, width 150cm, depth 72cm, height 80cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

559 George III oak mule chest, possibly Irish, circa 1760, the hinged top with brass swan neck handle over a plain flat front with a long drawer to the base with brass swan neck handles, raised on shaped bracket feet, width 124cm, depth 48cm, height 81cm £100 - £200 plus 21% BP*

Lot 554

554 Carved oak bible box, late 17th Century, having a guilloche carved panel front incised with initials ‘B D’, width 63cm, depth 37cm, height 22cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

Lot 560

560 Provincial elm partially painted bench, raised on square legs with an H-stretcher, width 146cm, depth 30cm, height 47cm £30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

Lot 555

555 Gothic style carved oak cabinet on stand, early 20th Century, having two figural carved recessed panel doors opening to a single shelf, flanked with figural caryatids and columns over an open base with carved linenfold panels at the back, width 105cm, height 136cm, depth 50cm £100 - £200 plus 21% BP*

556 Victorian mahogany extending dining table by Lamb of Manchester, circa 1890, the top with a moulded edge, 151cm when closed, winding out to accommodate three additional leaves housed within a fielded panel chest, length when extended 319cm, raised on turned and ringed legs with brass pot castors, width 127cm, height 76cm, the chest 142cm wide, height 54cm £400 - £600 plus 21% BP*

557 Hamadan runner, having seven lozenge form medallions in colours against a fawn ground, size approx. 2.50m x 0.82m £100 - £200 plus 21% BP* 66

Lot 561

561 unusual elm armchair, with bent strapwood back, solid seat raised on pegged legs, width 56cm, height 94cm

£40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

562 Walnut chest on stand in the early Georgian style, the top with quarter veneers, crossbanded and with two short and three long graduated drawers with pierced metal plate and swan neck handles, raised on a stand with a shaped apron and short cabriole legs with pad feet, width 106cm, height 115.5cm, depth 48cm £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

563 Mahogany open armchair in the Sheraton style, the back centred with a Wedgwood green jasper cameo, over a needlework seat and tapered legs, width 54cm, height 92cm £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*


Lot 556

564 Kashan woollen carpet, deep blue field dispersed with palmettes in ochre and within a blue and ochre palmette border, signed, size approx. 3.82m x 2.84m £800 - £1200 plus 21% BP*

565 Mahogany oak and inlaid eight day longcase clock by Thomas Moreland, Chester, second quarter of the 19th Century, having an arched 13ins painted dial, signed, and with date aperture and subsidiary seconds, the movement striking on a bell, the trunk with reeded pilasters flanking a crossbanded oak door, over a base with raised oak crossbanded panel, height 230cm Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £180 - £240 plus 21% BP*

566 Late Regency mahogany chest of drawers, circa 1825, the top with broad crossbanding and fitted with two short and three long graduating drawers with bone escutcheons and turned wooden handles within reeded pilasters, raised on splayed bracket feet, width 117cm, height 112cm, depth 51cm £120 - £180 plus 21% BP*

Lot 562

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Lot 568

567 Mahogany tilt top pedestal wine table in the Georgian style, the circular dished top over a slender turned column and three splayed cabriole legs, 39.5cm diameter, height 65cm £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

568 Late George III oak dresser and plate rack, circa 1790, the rack with a cavetto cornice and shaped apron over three shelves with pine board back, the base fitted with three drawers crossbanded in mahogany, over a shaped beaded apron and square legs, width 191cm, height 191cm, depth 47cm £500 - £700 plus 21% BP*

569 Victorian rosewood and upholstered open armchair, circa 1870, the worn beige upholstery with paper scroll forearms, short cabriole legs with brass castors, height 86cm; also a Victorian walnut and upholstered footstool, 34cm (2) £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

570 Late Regency rosewood sofa table, the top with two drop leaves over three drawers with turned wooden knobs opposing similar blind drawers, splat supports with a turned low stretcher, sabre legs with carved paw feet and concealed castors, width 116cm, depth 68cm, height 72cm £400 - £600 plus 21% BP*

571 Meshed carpet, pink field centred with a blue foliate medallion with blue spandrels and a blue foliate border, size approx. 3.27m x 2.50m £300 - £500 plus 21% BP*

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Lot 570

Lot 571 * Buyer’s Premium of 21% inclusive of VAT at 20%

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572 Late Victorian mahogany circular table in the Chippendale Revival style, having a gadrooned edge over acanthus carved slender swan neck legs with claw and ball feet, 61cm diameter, height 75cm £30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

573 Victorian rosewood dressing stool, floral damask upholstered seat, shell carved frieze and foliate carved cabriole legs, width 64cm, depth 51cm x height 44cm £120 - £180 plus 21% BP*

574 Late George III mahogany and inlaid bureau, circa 1800, fitted interior with drawers and pigeonholes, over four long graduated drawers crossbanded with satinwood and with later pierced brass plate and swan neck handles, raised on bracket feet, width 99cm, height 109cm £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

575 Pair of William IV rosewood pole screens, each having a rectangular floral needlework banner over a turned baluster column and circular base with squat bun feet, height 147cm £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

Lot 577

Lot 581 Lot 576

576 Late Victorian oak and brass hall stand, attributed to James Shoolbred, circa 1880, having a small brass galleried shelf over moulded recessed panels and turned columns and brass rail, drip trays to the base, with applied registration lozenge mark, height 101cm

£300 - £500 plus 21% BP*

577 Quality reproduction oak cabinet on stand, having lozenge carved recessed panel cupboard doors over two short drawers with carved fronts, raised on moulded square section legs united by a stretcher base, width 107cm, height 117c,. depth 35.5cm £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

578 Dagestan runner, red field with hooked botehs within a fawn, blue and red border, size approx. 3.13m x 0.73m £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

579 George III mahogany demi-lune folding tea table, circa 1800, plain frieze with a single boxwood line inlay, raised on tapered square section legs, the top folding onto double swing out gates at the rear, width 91cm, height 64.5cm, depth 45cm £50 - £80 plus 21% BP* 70

Lot 582


580 Oak mahogany and inlaid flat front hanging corner cupboard, early 19th Century, having two double recessed panel cupboard doors, crossbanded in mahogany and inlaid with shells beneath a mahogany and boxwood frieze, the interior fitted with two shelves, height 112cm, width 88cm £120 - £180 plus 21% BP*

581 George I joined oak coffer, the later three recessed panel top over a front panel dated 1724, and with four fielded panels and carved brackets to the stile feet, width 117cm, height 69cm, depth 54cm

590 Biedermeier style chestnut, calamander and inlaid settee, the back rail inlaid with floral trails in boxwood, red floral fabric upholstered back and seat, splayed solid wooden arms with foliate inlays to the face and apron, raised on sabre shaped legs, width 157cm, depth 64cm, height 83cm

£100 - £200 plus 21% BP*

£160 - £240 plus 21% BP*

582 George III mahogany serpentine front chest of drawers, fitted with four graduated drawers with pressed brass oval plate handles, raised on shaped bracket feet with boxwood line inlay, width 107cm, height 97cm, depth 58cm £400 - £600 plus 21% BP*

583 Set of seven late Regency mahogany dining chairs, circa 1825, comprising one carver and six singles, each with a rope twist bar back, floral fabric upholstered drop in seat, raised on turned legs £120 - £180 plus 21% BP*

584 Late Victorian mahogany and inlaid freestanding jardinière, having a cylinder shaped top crossbanded with satinwood and with lion’s mask and ring handles, copper liner, raised on square section slightly splayed legs united by a platform stretcher, height 96cm, 34cm diameter £60 - £80 plus 21% BP*

585 Indo-Turkish carpet, probably G H Frith Ltd, having four lines of linked botehs in dove grey dispersed with lines of black botehs within multi-guardstripe border in black and fawn, size approx. 3.40m x 2.45m £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

586 Burr walnut and mahogany circular tilt top table, the top with segmented burr veneers within a rosewood banded border, tilting over a mahogany pedestal and triform base with bun feet, 93cm diameter £200 - £300 plus 21% BP*

587 Pair of French provincial painted window shutters, later 19th Century, each 44cm x 132cm £20 - £40 plus 21% BP*

Lot 591

591 Victorian burr walnut folding tea table, the top with moulded edge swivelling over a carved and turned baluster column and four splayed cabriole legs with brass castors, width 93cm, depth 46.5cm, height 72cm £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

592 Victorian burr walnut tilt top breakfast table, the oval top quarter veneered, over a foliate carved baluster support raised on four heavily carved splayed cabriole legs with pot castors, length 144cm, width 107cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

588 Pair of oak benches, late 19th Century, each with a single plank top and shaped splat supports, length 152cm, width 30cm, height 45.5cm £40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

589 Indo-Persian rug supplied by G H Frith Ltd, terracotta ground dispersed with lozenge forms and botehs, within a fawn and red border, size approx. 2.93m x 1.89m £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

Lot 593

593 Matched pair of Chinese rosewood and marble topped jardinière stands, each having a circular top over a frieze, one carved with prunus blossom, the other lotus flowers, both with claw and ball feet, 42.5cm diameter £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

Lot 590

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Lot 600

598 Indo Ziegler woollen carpet, supplied by G H Frith Ltd, having a black field dispersed with gold coloured palmettes within a gold palmette border, size approx. 4.27m x 3.05m £100 - £200 plus 21% BP*

Lot 594

594 Fine silk Kashan rug, having green, salmon pink and fawn layered reserves featuring flowers and foliage within a green palmette and flowerhead border, 1.42m x 0.99m £200 - £300 plus 21% BP*

595 Victorian walnut and upholstered gentleman’s armchair, having a floral carved crest, brown deep buttoned upholstery, open arms with carved forearms, cabriole legs with brass castors, height 100cm £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

596 Victorian mahogany gentleman’s armchair, ogee moulded frame back with deep buttoned mustard fabric upholstery, cabriole forelegs with brown pot castors, height 103cm £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

597 Victorian mahogany and upholstered lady’s salon chair, having an acanthus carved cresting rail, buttoned green fabric upholstery, raised on short cabriole legs with black pot castors, height 102cm £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

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Lot 599


599 Victorian burr walnut davenport, circa 1860, having a letter compartment with lift up lid, slope front with tooled green leather writing surface, opening to four drawers, raised on carved cabriole front supports, with four drawers to one side, raised on bun feet with pot castors, width 53cm, height 84cm, depth 57cm £150 - £200 plus 21% BP*

600 Rare George II oak dresser, circa 1740-60, of unusually small proportions, plank top with furrowed back piece, fitted with three drawers with tear drop and flowerhead brass handles, over a shaped apron and pot board base beneath, raised on chamfered supports front and back, width 139cm, height 74cm, depth 45cm £400 - £600 plus 21% BP*

601 Victorian rosewood dressing stool, circa 1850, brown fabric upholstered seat over a foliate carved frieze and cabriole legs with paper scroll feet, 63cm x 46cm £50 - £80 plus 21% BP*

Lot 608

608 Carved oak joined court cupboard, third quarter 17th Century with some later alterations, having a carved lunette frieze over lozenge carved recessed panel cupboard doors flanking a further central recessed panel and outer panels all carved with lozenges, the base with a guilloche frieze, over a double recessed panel to the centre, flanked by recessed panel cupboard doors carved with lozenges and flutes, opening to a single shelf, all raised on stile supports, width 187cm, height 136cm, depth 49cm £200 - £300 plus 21% BP*

Lot 602

602 Kashan rug, having a salmon pink field dispersed with scrolling blue foliage with fawn spandrels and a fawn palmette border, size approx. 1.86m x 1.20m

609 Late Victorian mahogany mirrored display cabinet, circa 1890, the shaped mirrored back over a carved bellflower frieze and moulded glass door, opening to three green velvet covered shelves, glazed panel sides, raised on tapered square section legs, width 61cm, height 170cm, depth 43cm £70 - £100 plus 21% BP*

£80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

610 Pair of George V mahogany comb back armchairs, each having a green fabric covered cushion over a string seat, tapered square section forelegs with spade toes, height 99cm

£80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

611 Modern oak extending dining table, solid top pulling out to accommodate four leaves, raised on square legs, length closed 150cm, extending to 350cm, width 110cm, height 78cm; together with ten solid oak chairs with leather effect seats (11)

£80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

612 Kurdish door rug, the salmon pink ground centred with a burgundy and red medallion within an ochre and blue border, flatweave at each end, size approx. 1.4m x 0.81m

603 Riva (Italian), cherrywood and birch sideboard, fitted with five central drawers and a further drawer and recessed panel cupboard door at either side, with pegged details, width 152cm, height 91cm, depth 51cm 604 Modern Italian light oak folding side table, the top folding over and supported over folding gates and fitted with two frieze drawers, width 160cm, depth folded 40cm, height 76cm 605 Designer cherrywood drop leaf dining table, shaped rectangular top raised on square section legs, length 240cm, width closed 70cm and with leaves out 112cm, height 76cm £300 - £500 plus 21% BP*

606 George III provincial oak flat front hanging corner cupboard, with arched fielded panel door opening to three shaped shelves, height 97cm, width 86cm £50 - £80 plus 21% BP*

607 Belouch woollen rug, having a lozenge form madder medallion against a deep blue field, size approx. 1.54m x 1.15m; also another Belouch rug, deep blue field with central salmon pink medallion, size approx. 1.48m x 1.01m (2)

£80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

£400 - £600 plus 21% BP*

£40 - £60 plus 21% BP*

613 Regency rosewood side cabinet, having a black marble top over a long frieze drawer and two carved gilt capped pilasters flanking brass grille doors opening to a single shelf, plinth base, width 112cm, height 93cm, depth 41cm £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

614 Irish yewood side chair, early 18th Century, with a shaped vase splat and drop in seat, raised on cabriole front legs with shell carved trefid feet, height 99cm; also a pair of William IV rosewood side chairs, circa 1835, with tulip carved bar backs, height 87cm (3) £50 - £80 plus 21% BP*

£80 - £120 plus 21% BP*

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Lot 617 (plate rack not shown) 615 Late Victorian mahogany two tier occasional table, shaped square top with moulded edge over slender moulded legs with shaped platform beneath, 42cm square, height 65cm £20 - £30 plus 21% BP*

Lot 616

616 Indo-Khazak rug supplied by G H Frith Ltd, having a central lozenge form medallion against an emerald green ground with outer red field and blue foliate border, size approx. 2.45m x 1.70m £100 - £150 plus 21% BP*

617 Rare George III oak dresser, circa 1760-80, of unusually small proportions, having an open plate rack of later date (in pieces), the base fitted with three drawers with brass engraved plate swan neck handles, shaped apron, raised on square section legs, width 144cm, height to the top of the base 65cm, and overall 186cm £400 - £600 plus 21% BP*

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Lot 618

618 Walnut chest of drawers, early 18th Century with later restorations, the top with quarter veneers, featherbanded and crossbanded, over two short and three long graduated drawers, also featherbanded and with later engraved brass plate and swan neck handles, raised on later mahogany bracket feet, width 99cm, height 91cm, depth 57cm

£120 - £180 plus 21% BP*

619 Victorian mahogany coaching table, cross frame form with folding top, green baize playing surface, width 64cm £80 - £120 plus 21% BP*


Lot 625

620 Victorian carved oak purdonium, circa 1890, having a turned wooden handle, the slope front carved with panels of acorns and ivy leaf and opening to a metal liner, raised on squat bun feet, width 41cm, height 50cm £30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

621 Kashan woollen prayer rug, the green field with a foliate tree of life with birds its branches and flying birds to the spandrels, within a foliate pattern fawn border, size approx. 1.5m x 0.91m £150 - £250 plus 21% BP*

622 Victorian upholstered chesterfield type settee, upholstered throughout in figured floral fabric in blue and gold, with matching cushions, and raised on simulated rosewood baluster legs with brass castors, width 195cm, depth 74cm, height 75cm

£120 - £180 plus 21% BP*

623 Pair of Victorian rosewood and upholstered armchairs, the fabric matching the previous lot, fully upholstered back and seat, raised on turned and tapered forelegs with brass castors, height 87cm £150 - £250 plus 21% BP*

624 Victorian walnut and painted window table, circa 1890, the oval top with foliate painted border over a moulded quatreform and moulded sabre shaped legs, width 76cm, depth 61cm, height 72cm £50 - £80 plus 21% BP*

625 Victorian Irish mahogany extending dining table, the oval top with moulded edge, raised on heavy bulbous acanthus carved splayed supports with paper scroll toes and concealed castors, when closed 179cm, extending to 317cm, width 145cm, height 76cm £400 - £600 plus 21% BP*

Lot 622

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626 Victorian walnut Vienna wall clock, circa 1890, with eagle surmount and turned finials over turned pilasters flanking a dial with Roman numerals, the movement striking on a gong, pressed brass and gridiron pendulum, height 100cm Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £30 - £50 plus 21% BP*

627 Victorian mahogany side table, the top with a moulded edge, crossbanded and with two drawers, each with Scottish themed thistle oval plate brass handles, raised on tapered square section legs united by a stretcher, width 123cm, height 80cm. depth 56cm £120 - £180 plus 21% BP*

628 George III mahogany work table, rectangular top crossbanded and with boxwood and ebony line inlays, over a single drawer, raised on tapered square section legs with brass cup castors, width 46cm, depth 36cm, height 73.5cm £150 - £200 plus 21% BP*

Lot 630

630 Pair of French walnut and inlaid kidney shaped bedside chests, grey marble top with brass gallery, fitted with three concave fronted drawers with cast brass handles and mounts, raised on slender cabriole legs with brass sabots, width 62cm £300 - £500 plus 21% BP*

Lot 629

629 Pair of French giltwood open armchairs, late 19th Century, cameo shaped backs, stuffover seat and splayed open arms upholstered in a taupe silk, raised on slender cabriole legs, height 95cm £400 - £600 plus 21% BP*

Lot 631

631 Pair of Italian giltwood open armchairs, late 19th Century, with asymmetric carved and upholstered back and stuffover seat upholstered in floral fabric, open arms, raised on carved cabriole front legs, height 90cm

£300 - £500 plus 21% BP*

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Information for Buyers at Auctions

1. Introduction. The following notes are intended to assist bidders and buyers, particularly those that are inexperienced or new to our salerooms. All of our auctions are governed by our Conditions of Business incorporating the Terms of Consignment (primarily applicable to sellers), the Terms of Sale (primarily applicable to bidders and buyers) and any notices that are displayed in our salerooms or announced by the auctioneer at the auction. Our Conditions of Business are available for inspection at our salerooms and the Terms of Sale are printed in the back of our auction catalogues. Our staff will be happy to help you if there is anything in our Conditions of Business that you do not fully understand. Please make sure that you read our Terms of Sale set out in this catalogue or on our website carefully before bidding in the auction. If your bid is successful, you will be obliged to comply with our Terms of Sale. 2. Agency. As auctioneers we usually act on behalf of the seller whose identity, for reasons of confidentiality, is not normally disclosed. If you buy at auction your contract for the goods is with the seller, not with us as auctioneer. 3. Estimates. Estimates are designed to help you gauge what sort of sum might be involved for the purchase of a particular lot. Estimates may change and should not be thought of as the sale price. The lower estimate may represent the reserve price (the minimum price for which a lot may be sold) and will not be below the reserve price. Estimates do not include the buyer’s premium or VAT (where chargeable). Estimates are prepared some time before the auction and may be altered by a saleroom notice or announcement by the auctioneer before the auction of the lot. They are not definitive. 4. Buyer's Premium. The Terms of Sale oblige you to pay a buyer's premium at 21% on the hammer price of each lot purchased. In addition, VAT is included in this premium (see below). 5. VAT. Items in our catalogue may be marked in the following ways: a. (*) indicates that VAT is payable by the buyer on the hammer price as well as being an element in the buyer's premium. VAT will be chargeable at the standard rate (presently 20%). This imposition of VAT is likely to be because the seller is registered for VAT within the European Union and is not operating the Dealers Margin Scheme or because VAT is due at 20% on importation into the UK. b. (**) indicates that the lot has been imported from outside the European Union. These lots are liable to a reduced rate of VAT (5%) on the hammer price and buyer's premium). c. Lots which do not have either of the above symbols have no VAT payable on the hammer price. This is because such lots are sold using the Auctioneers' Margin Scheme. The VAT included within the premium is not recoverable as input tax. 6. Inspection of goods by the buyer. As we act on behalf of the seller, we are dependent on information provided by the seller about their goods. We may inspect lots and will act reasonably in taking a general view about them. However, we are normally unable to carry out detailed examinations of lots to check their condition in the way a buyer would do. You will have ample opportunity to inspect the goods. You must inspect and investigate lots that you might wish to bid for. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots set out in the Terms of Sale at clause 12.4. 7. Export of goods. If you intend to export goods you must find out: a. whether an export licence is needed; and b. if there is a prohibition on importing goods of that character e.g. because the goods contain prohibited materials such as ivory. 8. Bidding. Bidders will be required to register with us before the auction starts. We reserve the right to impose a deadline prior to the auction by which you must register or by which we must receive a commission bid. If you wish to bid on high value lots this

deadline may be several days before the auction in order to allow us sufficient time to carry out the necessary checks. Lots will be invoiced to the name and address on the registration form. You will need to provide us with proof of your identity in a form acceptable to us and such other information as we may require. Please enquire in advance about our arrangements for telephone or online bidding. Please note that we may refuse to register you if you do not provide us with all the information and documentation that we ask for or at our discretion. 9. Absentee Bidding: If you are unable to attend the auction there are a number of options available to enable you to participate. When placing any absentee bids, please check and double check the lot numbers as this is the only definitive piece of information which guarantees your bid is executed on the lot you want. a. Commission bidding: It is possible to leave commission bids with the auctioneers indicating the maximum amount to be bid excluding buyers' premium. They will be executed as cheaply as possible having regard to the reserve (if any) and competing bids. If two buyers submit identical commission bids the auctioneers may prefer the first bid received. In some instances the auctioneer may also exceed a bid in order to secure the lot on the buyer’s behalf. Commission bids are accepted by fax, e-mail and phone, and in all these instances, commission bidders are deemed to have read, understood and agreed to be bound by our conditions of business. All commission bids should be received by close of business on the day prior to the auction. Any bids received later than this time cannot be guaranteed to be executed accurately. To ensure that bids are placed on the right lots please check all your lot numbers as this is the only piece of information which guarantees you buy the lot you want. b. Telephone bidding: We reserve the right for this service to be available on higher value lots only. The number of telephone lines is limited so we would urge serious telephone bidding only and ask that you be prepared to bid at least to the low sale estimate. It is also advisable to leave a maximum covering bid in case we cannot contact you by telephone. All telephone bids must be received by close of business on the day prior to the auction and prospective purchasers booking lines are deemed to have read, understood and agreed to be bound by our conditions of business. c. Internet bidding: Online bidding services are available through third party service providers, who have their own registration procedures and charge a fee for using their facility, which we collect on their behalf. Online bidders are deemed to have read, understood and agreed to be bound by our conditions of business. 10. Methods of Payment. Acceptable payment methods are debit card, credit card (which attracts a 2% + VAT surcharge) and bank transfer. Usually any cheques will need to be cleared before you can take the goods away. Cash payments are subject to an upper limit of 15,000 euros equivalent). We reserve the right to refuse to accept card payments over the telephone in order to minimise fraudulent transactions being attempted. Separate arrangements exist for accepting payment from online bidders. 11. Collection and storage. Please note what the Terms of Sale say about collection and storage. It is important that you pay for and collect goods promptly. Any delay may involve you having to pay storage charges. We offer a domestic and international dispatch service at our discretion for which we will provide a quote if requested. Cleared payment is required prior to dispatch. For urgent dispatch, awkward, very fragile or bulky items we may suggest an alternative to this service, but please feel free to enquire as we will oblige wherever possible. Please note that there is a special notice applied to coins, medallions and tokens, which is printed at the end of this information.

ARTISTS RESALE RIGHTS In accordance with Artists Resale Rights Regulations 2006, all lots which sell for €1,000 or more are subject to a resale royalty charge ("Royalty"). This Royalty is payable by the Bidder. The Royalty will be charged at a rate of 4% of the total hammer price (exclusive of Bidder's premium) for lots selling for amounts up to €50,000. For lots selling in excess of €50,001, the Royalty shall be calculated at a reduced rate (details available on request). The Royalty is not subject to VAT and is payable in sterling calculated on the day of sale at the prevailing rate of exchange. Payment shall be passed directly to the Design and Artists Copyright Society (DACS), 33 Great Sutton Street, London EC1V 0DX. For further information please contact the Auctioneers or DACS on 0845 4103410 or visit their website at www.dacs.org.uk

IMPORTANT NOTICES Electrical goods: These are sold as 'antiques' only and if bought for use must be checked for compliance with safety regulations by a qualified electrician first. Post 1950s Furniture: All items of furniture included in this sale are offered as works of art. The items may not comply with the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) Safety Regulations 1988 and for this reason they should not be used in a private dwelling. Coloured gemstones: IIt is accepted practice that many coloured gemstones are routinely treated to enhance their colour and possibly clarity, and unless otherwise stated in a individual written condition reports, it must be assumed that those offered for sale in this saleroom have possibly been subjected to such treatments: Clocks & Watches: Please note that with clock and watch lots we do not offer any opinion as to the originality of component parts, accompanying documentation, boxes or any

other additional material. In the case that a watch has its factory seal intact it will not have been, and cannot be, opened by us. If a potential purchaser wishes to make an internal inspection of a watch which necessitates breaking a factory seal, this will only be possible on the understanding that the watch will be reinstated at the interested party’s expense, regardless of whether they are the purchaser. If a condition report is requested it will not include any opinion as to the originality, completeness or working condition of the movement.  Potential buyers are strongly advised to make a physical inspection in person prior to bidding as we will not accept returns on such lots. By bidding you are deemed to have satisfied yourself with regard to the originality and working order, or otherwise, of all components of a lot. Coins, Tokens and Medallions: Please note that while we are happy to post such items, in doing so we will not accept any returns under Section 13 of our Terms of Sale due to the possibility of lots being substituted once they have left Byrne’s premises.

E&OE 1st November 2015

Byrne’s (Chester) Ltd. A Private Limited Company. Registered in England and Wales No. 7794090 * Buyer’s Premium of 21% inclusive of VAT at 20%

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Both the sale of goods at our auctions and your relationship with us are governed by the Terms of Consignment (primarily applicable to sellers) the Terms of Sale (primarily applicable to bidders and buyers) and any notices displayed in the saleroom or announced by us at the auction (collectively, the “Conditions of Business”). The Terms of Consignment and Terms of Sale are available at our saleroom on request. Please read these Terms of Sale carefully. Please note that if you register to bid and/or bid at auction this signifies that you agree to and will comply with these Terms of Sale. Please note that these Terms of Sale relate to auctions held at our premises only. We have separate terms for online only auctions. 1. Definitions and interpretation 1.1 To make these Terms of Sale easier to read, we have given the following words a specific meaning: “Auctioneer” means Byrne’s (Chester) Ltd, a company registered in England and Wales with registration number 7794090 and whose registered office is located at Pullman House, The Sidings, Boundary Lane, Saltney, Chester, CH4 8RD, or its authorised auctioneer, as appropriate; “Bidder” means a person participating in bidding at the auction; “Buyer” means the person who makes the highest bid for a Lot accepted by the Auctioneer; “Deliberate Forgery” means: (a) an imitation made with the intention of deceiving as to authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source; (b) which is described in the catalogue as being the work of a particular creator without qualification; and (c) which at the date of the auction had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been as described; “Hammer Price” means the level of the highest bid for a Lot accepted by the Auctioneer by the fall of the hammer; “Lot(s)” means the goods that we offer for sale at our auctions; “Premium” means the premium that we will charge you on your purchase of a Lot to be calculated as set out in Clause 4; “Reserve” means the minimum hammer price at which a Lot may be sold; “Sale Proceeds” means the net amount due to the Seller; “Seller” means the persons who consign Lots for sale at our auctions; “Terms of Consignment” means the terms on which we agree to offer Lots for sale in our auctions as agent on behalf of Sellers; “Terms of Sale” means these terms of sale, as amended or updated from time to time; “Total Amount Due” means the Hammer Price for a Lot, the Premium, any applicable artist’s resale right royalty, any VAT due and any additional charges payable by a defaulting buyer under these Terms of Sale; “Trader” means a Seller who is acting for purposes relating to that Seller’s trade, business, craft or profession, whether acting personally or through another person acting in the trader’s name or on the trader’s behalf; “VAT” means Value Added Tax or any equivalent sales tax; and “Website” means our website available at www.byrnesauctioneers.co.uk. In these Terms of Sale the words 'you', 'yours', etc. refer to you as the Buyer. The words “we”, “us”, etc. refer to the Auctioneer. Any reference to a ‘Clause’ is to a clause of these Terms of Sale unless stated otherwise. 2 Information that we are required to give to Consumers 2.1 A description of the main characteristics of each Lot as contained in the auction catalogue. 2.2 Our name, address and contact details as set out herein, in our auction catalogues and/or on our Website. 2.3 The price of the Goods and arrangements for payment as described in Clauses 4, 5, 7 and 8. 2.4 The arrangements for collection of the Goods as set out in Clauses 8 and 9. 2.5 Your right to return a Lot and receive a refund if the Lot is a Deliberate Forgery as set out in Clause 13. 2.6 We and Trader Sellers have a legal duty to supply any Lots to you in accordance with these Terms of Sale. 2.7 If you have any complaints, please send them to us directly at the address set out on our Website. 3 Bidding procedures and the Buyer 3.1 You must register your details with us before bidding and provide us with any requested proof of identity and billing information, in a form acceptable to us. You must also satisfy any security arrangements we have in place before entering the auction room to view or bid. 3.3 We strongly recommend that you attend the auction in person. You are responsible for your decision to bid for a particular Lot. If you bid on a Lot, including by telephone and online bidding, or by placing a commission bid, we assume that you have carefully inspected the Lot and satisfied yourself regarding its condition. 3.3 If you instruct us in writing, we may execute commission bids on your behalf. Neither we nor our employees or agents will be responsible for any failure to execute your commission bid, unless our failure to do so is unreasonable. Where two or more commission bids at the same level are recorded we have the right to prefer the first bid made (where this can be reasonably ascertained). 3.4 The Bidder placing the highest bid for a Lot accepted by the Auctioneer will be the Buyer at the Hammer Price. Any dispute about a bid will be settled at our discretion. We may reoffer the Lot during the auction or may settle the dispute in another way. We will act reasonably when deciding how to settle the dispute.

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Bidders will be deemed to act as principals, even if the Bidder is acting as an agent for a third party. We may bid on Lots on behalf of the Seller up to one bid below the Reserve. We may refuse to accept any bid if it is reasonable for us to do so. Bidding increments will be at our sole discretion (but will be in line with standard auction practice). The purchase price As Buyer, you will pay: the Hammer Price; a premium of 17.5% plus VAT of the Hammer Price; any artist’s resale right royalty payable on the sale of the Lot; and any VAT due. VAT You shall be liable for the payment of any VAT applicable on the Hammer Price and premium due for a Lot. Please see the symbols used in the auction catalogue for that Lot and the “Information for Buyers” in our auction catalogue for further information. We will charge VAT at the current rate at the date of the auction. The contract between you and the Seller The contract for the purchase of the Lot between you and the Seller will be formed when the hammer falls accepting the highest bid for the Lot at the auction. You may directly enforce any terms in the Terms of Consignment against a Seller to the extent that you suffer damages and/or loss as a result of the Seller’s breach of the Terms of Consignment. If you breach these Terms of Sale, you may be responsible for damages and/or losses suffered by a Seller or us. If we are contacted by a Seller who wishes to bring a claim against you, we may in our discretion provide the Seller with information or assistance in relation to that claim. We normally act as an agent only and will not have any responsibility for default by you or the Seller (unless we are the Seller of the Lot). Payment Immediately following your successful bid on a Lot you will: 7.1.1 give to us, if not already provided to our satisfaction, proof of identity in a form acceptable to us (and any other information that we require in order to comply with our anti-money laundering obligations); and 7.1.2 pay to us the Total Amount Due in cash (for which there is an upper limit of 15,000 euros equivalent) or in any other way that we agree to accept payment. If you owe us any money, we may use any payment made by you to repay these debts. Title and collection of purchases Once you have paid us in full the Total Amount Due for any Lot, ownership of that Lot will transfer to you. You may not claim or collect a Lot until you have paid for it. You will (at your own expense) collect any Lots that you have purchased and paid for either: 8.2.1 not later than seven business days following the day of the auction; or 8.2.2 not later than seven business following the date that we have received payment of the Total Amount Due in cleared funds, if later. If you do not collect the Lot within this time period, you will be responsible for any reasonable removal, storage and insurance charges in relation to that Lot. Risk of loss or damage to the Lot will pass to you when you (or your agents) take physical possession of the Lot. If you do not collect the Lot that you have paid for within ninety days after the auction, we may sell the Lot. We will pay the proceeds of any such sale to you, but will deduct any storage charges or other sums that we have incurred in the storage and sale of the Lot. We reserve the right to charge you a selling commission at our standard rates on any such resale of the Lot. Remedies for non-payment or failure to collect purchases Please do not bid on a Lot if you do not intend to buy it. If your bid is successful, these Terms of Sale will apply to you. This means that you will have to carry out your obligations set out in these Terms of Sale. If you do not comply with these Terms of Sale we may (acting on behalf of the Seller and ourselves) pursue one or more of the following measures: 9.1.1 take action against you for damages for breach of contract; 9.1.2 reverse the sale of the Lot to you and/or any other Lots sold by us to you; 9.1.3 resell the Lot by auction or private treaty (in which case you will have to pay any difference between the price you should have paid for the Lot and the price we sell it for as well as the charges outlined in Clause 8.5). Please note that if we sell the Lot for a higher amount than your winning bid, the extra money will belong to the Seller; 9.1.4 remove, store and insure the Lot at your expense; 9.1.5 if you do not pay us within five business days of your successful bid, we may charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.5% per month on the total amount due; 9.1.6 keep that Lot or any other Lot sold to you until you pay the Total Amount Due; 9.1.7 reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions or impose conditions before we accept bids from you; and/or 9.1.8 if we sell any Lots for you, use the money made on these Lots to repay any amount you owe us. We will act reasonably when exercising our rights under Clause 9.1. We will contact you before exercising these rights and try to work with you to correct any noncompliance by you with these Terms of Sale. Health and safety Although we take reasonable precautions regarding health and safety, you are on our


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premises at your own risk. Please note the lay-out of the premises and security arrangements. Neither we nor our employees or agents are responsible for the safety of you or your property when you visit our premises, unless you suffer any injury to your person or damage to your property as a result of our, our employees’ or our agents’ negligence. Warranties The Seller warrants to us and to you that: 11.1.1 the Seller is the true owner of the Lot for sale or is authorised by the true owner to offer and sell the lot at auction; 11.1.2 the Seller is able to transfer good and marketable title to the Lot to you free from any third party rights or claims; and 11.1.3 as far as the Seller is aware, the main characteristics of the Lot set out in the auction catalogue (as amended by any notice displayed in the saleroom or announced by the Auctioneer at the auction) are correct. If, after you have placed a successful bid and paid for a Lot, any of the warranties above are found not to be true, please notify us in writing. Neither we nor the Seller will be liable to pay you any sums over and above the Total Amount Due and we will not be responsible for any inaccuracies in the information provided by the Seller except as set out below. Please note that many of the Lots that you may bid on at our auction are secondhand. If a Lot is not second-hand and you purchase the Lot as a Consumer from a Seller that is a Trader, a number of additional terms may be implied by law in addition to the Seller’s warranties set out at Clause 11.1 (in particular under the Consumer Rights Act 2015). These Terms of Sale do not seek to exclude your rights under law as they relate to the sale of these Lots. ave as expressly set out above, all other warranties, conditions or other terms which might have effect between the Seller and you, or us and you, or be implied or incorporated by statue, common law or otherwise are excluded. Descriptions and condition Our descriptions of the Lot will be based on: (a) information provided to us by the Seller of the Lot (for which we are not liable); and (ii) our opinion (although it is likely that we will not be able to carry out a detailed inspection of each Lot). We will give you a number of opportunities to view and inspect the Lots before the auction. You (and any independent consultants acting on your behalf) must satisfy yourself about the accuracy of any description of a Lot. We shall not be responsible for any failure by you or your consultants to properly inspect a Lot. Representations or statements by us as to authorship, genuineness, origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated selling price involve matters of opinion. We undertake that any such opinion will be honestly and reasonably held and accept liability for opinions given negligently or fraudulently. Please note that Lots (in particular second-hand Lots) are unlikely to be in perfect condition. Lots are sold “as is” (i.e. as you see them at the time of the auction). Neither we nor the Seller accept any liability for the condition of second-hand Lots or for any condition issues affecting a Lot if such issues are included in the description of a Lot in the auction catalogue (or in any saleroom notice) and/ or which the inspection of a Lot by the Buyer ought to have revealed. Deliberate Forgeries You may return any Lot which is found to be a Deliberate Forgery to us within one month of the auction provided that you return the Lot to us in the same condition as when it was released to you, accompanied by a written statement identifying the Lot from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement of defects. If we are reasonably satisfied that the Lot is a Deliberate Forgery we will refund the money paid by you for the Lot (including any Premium and applicable VAT) provided that if: 13.2.1 the catalogue description reflected the accepted view of experts as at the date of the auction; or 13.2.2 you personally are not able to transfer good and marketable title in the Lot to us, you will have no right to a refund under this Clause 13.2. If you have sold the Lot to another person, we will only be liable to refund the price that you paid for the Lot. We will not be responsible for repaying any additional money you may have made from selling the Lot. our right to return a Lot that is a Deliberate Forgery does not affect your legal rights and is in addition to any other right or remedy provided by law or by these Terms of Sale. Our liability to you We will not be liable for any loss of opportunity or disappointment suffered as a result of participating in our auction. In addition to the above, neither we nor the Seller shall be responsible to you and you shall not be responsible to the Seller or us for any other loss or damage that any of us suffer that is not a foreseeable result of any of us not complying with the Conditions of Business. Loss or damage is foreseeable if it is obvious that it will happen or if at the time of the sale of the Lot, we, you and the Seller knew it might happen.

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Subject to Clause 14.4, if we are found to be liable to you for any reason (including, amongst others, if we are found to be negligent, in breach of contract or to have made a misrepresentation), our liability will be limited to the total purchase price paid by you to us for any Lot. Notwithstanding the above, nothing in these Terms of Sale shall limit our liability (or that of our employees or agents) for: 14.4.1 death or personal injury resulting from negligence (as defined in the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977); 14.4.2 fraudulent misrepresentation; or 14.4.3 any liability which cannot be excluded by law. Notices All notices between you and us regarding these Terms of Sale must be in writing and signed by or on behalf of the party giving it. Any notice referred in Clause 15.1 may be given: 15.2.1 by delivering it by hand; 15.2.2 by first class pre-paid post or Recorded Delivery; or 15.2.3 by email, provided that a copy is also sent by pre-paid post or Recorded Delivery. Notices must be sent: 15.3.1 by hand or registered post: a. to us, at our address set out in these Terms of Sale or at our registered office address appearing on our Website; and b. to you, at the last postal address that you have given to us as your contact address in writing; or 15.3.2 by email: a. to us, by sending the notice to both the following email addresses: joboucher@byrnesauctioneers.co.uk auctions@byrnesauctioneers.co.uk b. to you, by sending the notice to any email address that you have given to us as your contact email address in writing. Notices will be deemed to have been received: 15.4.1 if delivered by hand, on the day of delivery; 15.4.2 if sent by first class pre-paid post or Recorded Delivery, two business days after posting, exclusive of the day of posting; or 15.4.3 if sent by email, at the time of transmission unless sent after 17.00 in the place of receipt in which case they will be deemed to have been received on the next business day in the place of receipt (provided that a copy has also been sent by pre-paid post or Recorded Delivery as set out in Clause 15.2.3. Any notice or communication given under these Terms of Sale will not be validly given if sent by fax, email, any form of messaging via social media or text message. Data Protection We will hold and process any personal data in relation to you in accordance with our current privacy policy, a copy of which is available on request. General We may, acting reasonably, refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person. We act as an agent for our Sellers. The rights we have to claim against you for breach of these Terms of Sale may be used by either us, our employees or agents, or the Seller, its employees or agents, as appropriate. Other than as set out in this Clause, these Terms of Sale are between you and us and no other person will have any rights to enforce any of these Terms of Sale. We may use special terms in the catalogue descriptions of particular Lots. You must read these terms carefully along with any glossary provided in our auction catalogues. Each of the clauses of these Terms of Sale operates separately. If any court or relevant authority decides that any of them are unlawful, the remaining clauses will remain in full force and effect. We may change these Terms of Sale from time to time, without notice to you. Please read these Terms of Sale carefully, as they may be different from the last time you read them. Except as otherwise stated in these Terms of Sale, each of our rights and remedies are: (a) are in addition to and not exclusive of any other rights or remedies under these Terms of Sale or general law; and (b) may be waived only in writing and specifically. Delay in exercising or non-exercise of any right under these Terms of Sale is not a waiver of that or any other right. Partial exercise of any right under these Terms of Sale will not preclude any further or other exercise of that right or any other right under these Terms of Sale. Waiver of a breach of any term of these Terms of Sale will not operate as a waiver of breach of any other term or any subsequent breach of that term.

These Terms of Sale and any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with them (including any non-contractual claims or disputes) shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of England and the parties irrevocably submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.

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Commission Bidding Form

The auctioneers are pleased to execute commisions for purchasers who are unable to attend the sale. This form should be completed and returned to the auctioneer's office prior to the day of the sale.

Please ensure that bids are received into the office no later than 5pm on Tuesday 25th September 2018. Bids received later than this cannot be guaranteed to be executed. Please ensure that you have written the correct lot number for your bid.

Lot No.

Sale Date: Wednesday 26th September 2018 Description

Bid in £

As this service is without charge, the auctioneers cannot be held responsible for bids being lost or misunderstood, or for bids being missed for any reason whatsoever. The bid price does not include the buyers premium or any VAT chargeable on any lot.

Name:

Full Address: Tel No: Signature:

The auctioneer reserves the right to exceeed the maximum amount by one bid in order to secure the lot on your behalf.

Postcode:

E-mail: Date:

By signing I confirm that I have read and agree to be bound by the Conditions of Sale If you provide us with your email address we will notify you of all future sales. If you do not wish to be notified please tick the box

Byrne’s Auctioneers & Valuers

Pullman House, The Sidings, Boundary Lane, Saltney, Chester CH4 8RD Tel: 01244 681311 • e-mail: auctions@byrnesauctioneers.co.uk www.byrnesauctioneers.co.uk

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Pullman House The Sidings Boundary Lane Saltney Chester CH4 8RD

Tel: 01244 681311 auctions@byrnesauctioneers.co.uk www.byrnesauctioneers.co.uk

Byrnes Auctioneers  

The Fine Sale | Wednesday 26th September 2018

Byrnes Auctioneers  

The Fine Sale | Wednesday 26th September 2018