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Fine Art, Antiques & Collectables Saturday 27th July 2013 10.00am


Nicholas Davies

Will Farmer

Director Silver, Jewellery and Collectables

Director Ceramics, Glass and Decorative Arts

nick@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

will@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

Mark Hannam

Andrew Mayall

Senior Valuer and Auctioneer Collectables and Furniture

Valuer and Auctioneer Furniture

mark@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

andrew@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

Alison Snowdon

Judith Woolgar

Valuer and Auctioneer Textiles and Ceramics

Accounts Manager

alison@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

judith@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

Clare Tracey

Ellie Bertram

Office Administration

Administrative Assistant

info@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

ellie@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

Lee Coldrick

Danny Morrison

Head Porter and Saleroom Assistant

Porter


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Thursday 25th July Friday 26th July Morning of the sale from

Viewing 10.00am to 4.00pm 10.00am to 8.00pm 8.00am to 10.00am

Enquiries Nick Davies Will Farmer Mark Hannam Andrew Mayall Alison Snowdon

Venue Mill Race Lane, Stourbridge, West Midlands, DY8 1JN Tel: 01384 444140 Fax: 01384 444138 Email: info@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk Website: www.fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

Buyers Premium 21% (VAT inclusive) on the hammer price

Sale number 0150

Catalogue £10/£12 by Post

In accordance with Artists Resale Rights Regulations 2006 all lots marked 3 which sell for €1000 or more are subject to a resale right royalty charge payable by the bidder. Please refer to clause 8b of our terms and conditions. Illustrations: Front cover: Lot 547 Back cover: Lot 322 Order of Sale: Lot 783


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The Auction – A Buying Guide We have outlined below all the information you will need to understand how to buy at auction. If you have any questions we are here to help. Email addresses and telephone numbers are provided in this catalogue, or if you are at the sale please ask a member of staff.

The Basics Viewing Our Viewing times are shown at the front of the catalogue. Cataloguers are on hand to help with enquiries about the sale and specific lots. Most items are openly displayed in the saleroom; others are stored in secure cabinets. We ask that you take care when viewing the sale. If you need assistance to view large or heavy objects please ask a porter to help. Please note when handling any item at the view or at the sale you do so at your own risk.

The Catalogue All lots carry a description and pre-sale estimate of price. Estimates suggest the price that the lot may reach. Vendors’ reserves may be set, they are confidential, but they will not exceed the bottom estimate figure. Estimates do not include the buyers’ premium. Lots may carry abbreviations, e.g. S/D (some damage) or A/F (as found, considerable damage). We make every effort to note damage and restoration; the absence of any such note does not imply the lot is without defect. All customers should satisfy themselves of both conditions and descriptions. Any weights and measurements given are approximate. Any amendments to the catalogue are shown in Saleroom notices which are posted around the viewing/auction rooms. For further information on cataloguing terms used in the paintings and prints section please see our terms and conditions of business.

Saleroom facilities The saleroom has a café open on the Thursday and Friday prior to the sale, and on the day of the sale.

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Registration Anyone wishing to bid should register at the sales office and will receive a bidding or paddle number before the start of the sale. The number should be shown when bidding and paying and should be returned to the cash office at the end of the day. At present registration is carried out on the day of the sale only.

Auctioning the lots The speed of the auction will vary between auctioneers. Typically we will cover approximately 140-150 lots per hour. Bidding stops after the fall of the hammer and the auctioneer’s decision is final.

Bidding at the sale Bidders should use the paddles they have been assigned for the day and will need to show them clearly to the auctioneer when bidding. Invoices will only be raised to the name assigned to the paddle. We cannot transfer lots to other names or numbers after the fall of the hammer.

Absentee or commission bidding If you are unable to attend the sale but wish to bid on a lot, we can do this on your behalf. You will need to fill in a commission bid form; one is included in this catalogue. You should complete the contact details, list the lot and the maximum price you wish to pay, excluding the buyers’ premium. The form should then be submitted to our offices or a member of staff. The bid will be carried out by us and is entirely confidential. All bids are executed at as low a price as is permitted by other bids left and/or reserves set. Bids may be submitted by telephone with one of our members of staff, but must be received by us before 9 am on the day of the sale. Alternatively you may wish to leave a commission bid by email on bids@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk or by fax on 01384 444138, but we ask that you contact us to confirm receipt. Please note that all bids submitted by either method must be received at least 24 hours prior to sale day. Successful buyers will receive an invoice after the sale; payment and collection details will be enclosed. Please note, this service is offered as a convenience. We take every care in carrying out bids left with us, however we cannot be held responsible for errors made or failure to execute bids, therefore commission bids are left at the bidder’s risk. Neither requests to “buy” nor rolling bids can be accepted. (Before leaving bids please see “conditions of absentee bidding” on the enclosed bid form).


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Telephone bidding We can offer a limited number of telephone bidding lines on sale day enabling absentee bidders to bid “live”. This facility is only available on lots which carry a bottom estimate of £100 or more. Requests for telephone bids must be made at least 24 hours prior to the sale and are allocated on a first come first served basis.

Payment Payment can be made during or immediately after the sale. The successful buyer should take the bidding number to the cash office for processing. Payment can be made by cash, debit card, credit card or bank transfer (please ask for details). Please note that credit card payments carry a surcharge of 2.5% on the total invoice. In accordance with financial regulations we do not accept single cash payments over £9,999. Once payment has cleared, goods may be collected. Small items may be collected during the sale at the discretion of the porters, furniture may be removed at the end of the sale. Accounts staff are available to answer any enquiries regarding payment prior to and at the sale. Sold items not collected or paid for within seven days of the sale will incur storage charges of £2 per day per invoice.

Package and shipping We offer a limited packing service within the U.K. only and at the auctioneer’s discretion. For information please contact us. All liabilities are with the buyer. We do not pack or ship any fragile items including pottery, porcelain, glassware, paintings, arms or weaponry. We confidently suggest the following agent as an alternative: •

Mail Boxes Etc 79 Friar Street, Worcester, WR1 2NT Tel: 01905 732830 Email: info@mbeworcester.co.uk Website: www.mbe.co.uk/worcester

Neither storage nor handling fees are charged for the first 7 days. After this time charges are made (please refer to our terms and conditions of business). When collecting furniture, owners will need to arrange collection times with our office and provide 48 hours advance notice. If an agent is collecting furniture we would require the third party to supply proof of identity and authorisation from the buyer.

Additional sales services Condition reports For prospective buyers who are unable to attend the viewing, we offer a condition report service. Requests for information and/or email images are accepted by telephone, fax or email during the week before the sale. Demand is often very high for this service and, whilst we aim to reply at the latest 24 hours before sale day, we cannot guarantee this. Such reports are a statement of our opinion and are for guidance purposes only.

Online services Our catalogues may be viewed online and downloaded from our website www.fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk. Our recently re-designed site now offers search and lot alert facilities. If you are looking to buy a particular item then please visit the login page to register your details and add your key search words. If you simply want to be notified of each of our sales please login and register and we will send you an email announcement seven days prior to each sale. For further details please contact Clare Tracey on 01384 444140.

Catalogue Subscriptions If you wish to receive catalogues by post please note that we offer an annual subscription service. For further information, or to request an application form, please call us.

Easy access Our saleroom offers street level access and has a disabled toilet facility. If you require any special assistance then please contact us prior to your visit so that we can try to assist further.

Professional services We provide a full range of professional valuation services for insurance, probate or family division purposes. These can be arranged by appointment at either your home or our offices and in each instance are tailored to suit the individual client’s requirements. Valuations for insurance may vary from a single item to an entire collection of goods. Full inventories can be prepared with illustrations if required. Valuations for probate purposes can be provided for executors and trustees. We may, in addition, be able to assist in clearing any property as required.

Valuation days Every Tuesday between 10am and 4pm at our Mill Race Lane premises, no appointment necessary.

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Order of sale Lot Numbers

Page Numbers

Ceramics

1 - 217

5 - 21

Glass

218 - 334

22 - 30

Silver and Silver Plate

335 - 393

31 - 33

Jewellery

394 - 491

34 - 38

Paintings and Prints

492 - 586

39 - 47

Collectables

587 - 706

48 - 54

Furniture

707 - 828

55 - 63

Lots 203 to 222 (inclusive) are being sold on behalf of Wolverhampton University MA Art students to raise funds for their Brick Lane, London exhibition.

203 - 222

20 - 22

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1-217 Ceramics

1 A Wiltshaw and Robinson Carlton Ware elongated ginger jar and cover decorated with cartouche panels of stylised flowers and foliage against a sponged blue ground, printed Kang Hsi mark, height 28cm.

6 Four 20th Century studio pottery dishes, the first of oval form and decorated with slip trail fish incised Hampton, the second of circular form with coloured slip motifs and the last two with burnished and incised decoration of birds.

£40 - £60

£30 - £50

2 A 19th Century Sevres teacup and saucer, the cup with a handpainted scene of two birds perching on a branch with foliage behind and insects between each cartouche, the saucer with oval panels of fruit and foliage, all against a turquoise ground with gilt jewelled decoration. ILLUSTRATED.

7 A collection of assorted 20th Century studio pottery to include various shallow Chelsea Pottery footed bowls with incised floral decoration, various John Jelfs Cotswolds Pottery pieces to include a vase and various Barbara Cass Arden vases.

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£40 - £60

£150 - £200

8 A collection of assorted 20th Century studio pottery to include a Hampton Pottery slip trail circular dish, various examples of Avoncroft Pottery, vases, mugs etc.

3 A late 19th Century painted bisque dressing table mirror, possibly Belleek, applied with white roses and lily of the valley flowers on rustic branch frame, 18cm tall, S/D.

£40 - £60

£20 - £30

9 A large collection of 20th Century studio pottery to include pomander’s, jugs, vases of varying forms, posy vases, a lamp base etc, mostly by Fishley Holland.

4 An early 20th Century seated cat decorated in the style of Galle with royal blue motifs against a lemon yellow ground, unmarked, (S/D to front paw).

£30 - £50

£30 - £50

10 A collection of assorted 20th Century studio pottery to include a William Fishley Holland Clevedon twin handled vase, a Fishley Holland Clevedon brown jug with white slip feathering together with eggcups, pomanders, preserve pots, candlesticks, mugs etc (qty).

5 A 20th Century stoneware twin handled vase with faux plated handles, the body decorated with a tonal blue to light brown mottled glaze, printed Stoneware, possibly Langley, height 26cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£50 - £80

£30 - £50

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14 A Kevin Francis promotional release ‘Mini Clarice Cliff 1983’ together with a collection of later 20th Century reproduction Clarice Cliff to include miniature teapots, a teapot and sucrier with Lucerne pattern (9). £40 - £60 15 Seven pieces of assorted floral patterned Clarice Cliff and Wilkinsons to include a Biarritz soup bowl and a Cybil pattern side plate, an elongated dish, a nasturtium saucer, various side plates and a Sundew teacup, various printed marks (7). £40 - £60

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11 A collection of assorted 20th Century studio pottery to include a shallow bowl decorated with a robin and a decanter and four beakers by Adam Dworski at Wye Pottery, a Vera Tollow craftsman potters ovoid vase with blue and white slip banding, various pomanders, mugs and vases etc.

16 A Clarice Cliff Odilion tureen and cover decorated in a pink banded pattern together with four matching dinner plates, a Christine pattern oval plate and a tri-angular side plate (7). £30 - £50

17 A Royal Doulton series ware water jug entitled ‘Piping down the valleys wild’, painted in green D4077, height 15cm together with a Falcon Ware ‘From Ghoulies and ghosties and long leggity beasties and things that go bump in the night, good lord deliver us’ and decorated with low relief gremlins, printed marks, height 19cm and a Royal Doulton ‘The Jovial Friar joins Robin Hood’, height 15cm. (3). ILLUSTRATED. £40 - £60

£100 - £150 18 A 19th Century French faience cake plate decorated to the central well with a handpainted bird amidst foliage framed by a raised border edge, the outer rim with swag garlands, birds and mythical creatures together with a black and white Wedgewood transfer printed decoration, a majolica style plate and two Imari pattern scalloped edge dishes (5). £30 - £50

£40 - £60 12 A Ruskin Pottery baluster vase with a roll rim decorated in a Kingfisher blue lustre glaze, impressed marks and dated 1920, height 17cm, A/F. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 13 A late 19th Century French majolica coffee pot of waisted cylindrical form relief moulded with bamboo and picked out in tonal brown to green glaze, unmarked, height 15cm. £40 - £60

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19 Thirteen Royal Doulton Winnie-thePooh figurines comprising Winnie-the-Pooh in the armchair WP4, Piglet and the balloon WP5, Pooh and Piglet - the windy day WP2, Kanga and Roo WP8, Piglet picking the violets WP13, Eeyores birthday WP14, Tigger signs the rissolution WP6, Winnie-the-Pooh and the honeypot WP 1, Christopher Robin WP9, The more it snows, tiddely pom WP20, Pooh counting the honeypot WP12 and Eeyore’s Tail WP7, all with printed marks.

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20 Eight Royal Doulton Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs figurines comprising Sneezy SW14, Grumpy SW11, Bashful SW16, Sleepy SW15, Dopey SW13, Doc SW10, Happy SW12 and Snow White SW9, all with printed marks. £100 - £150


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21 Four boxed Royal Doulton limited edition Enid Blyton Noddy figurines produced exclusively for U.K.I ceramics comprising Noddy, Big Ears, Tessie Bear and Mr Plod, all numbered 2 of 1500, complete with certificates.

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24 Four boxed Beswick Trumpton Camberwick Green figures comprising Mrs Honeymoon, The Mayor, Doctor Mopp and Windy Miller, various numbers from a limited edition of 2500.

28 A Clarice Cliff Crocus pattern bowl decorated with three sprays of four brush flowers, Bizarre mark to base, painted green Crocus, diameter 17cm. S/D. ILLUSTRATED.

30 A Royal Doulton figurine entitled Granny’s Shawl HN1647 modelled as a young girl holding a basket of encrusted flowers and wearing a Paisley shawl together with Dainty May HN1639 (2).

£40 - £60

£50 - £80

£60 - £80

25 Seven boxed Beswick Flintstones figures comprising Dino, Betty Rumble, Wilma, Bam-Bam Rumble, Pebbles, Barney and Fred, all with printed marks.

29 Two pieces of early 20th Century Mak’Merry Pottery comprising a ginger jar and cover decorated with a green foliate design and a squat cream jug with fruit, berries and foliage with a yellow border edge, both with painted marks. ILLUSTRATED.

31 An early 20th Century C.H Brannam Barum pottery trihandled posy vase decorated in a green slip with tubelined linear and stylised bulrush motifs, incised marks, height 11cm.

Mak’Merry Pottery was painted by the women from the Scottish Women’s Rural Institute in the town of MacMerry, East Lothian founded by Catherine Blair. Previously an active Suffragette, she felt that women in rural communities were relatively isolated and needed opportunities to socialise, she also felt that in expressing themselves through painting, it gave them independence and an chance to earn their own money.

32 A 19th Century part teaset in the style of Coalport comprising teapot, slop bowl, large sucrier, coffee and tea cups, saucers and various sized side plates all decorated with floral sprays and blue border edges, unmarked S/D.

£80 - £120 22 A Royal Doulton Snow White tableau Grumpy’s Bathtime SW20, numbered 1940 together with Bashful’s melody SW18 and Dopey by candlelight SW17, all with printed marks (3). £50 - £80 23 Four boxed Royal Doulton limited edition Wizard of Oz figurines produced exclusively for U.K.I ceramics for the 60th anniversary of the classic movie 1939 - 1999, comprising Dorothy, Tinman, Scarecrow and Lion, all numbered 1080. £80 - £120

£80 - £120 26 Three boxed Royal Doulton Disney 101 Dalmations tableaus comprising Lucky and Freckles on ice DM10, Pups in the armchair DM11 and Patch, Rolly and Freckles DM5. £60 - £80 27 Nine boxed Royal Doulton Disney 101 Dalmations figurines comprising Cruella de Vil DM1, Rolly DM4, Pongo DM6, Patch in Basket DM9, Penny DM2, Lucky DM8, Penny and Freckles DM3 and Perdita DM7.

£30 - £50

£60 - £80

£50 - £80

£80 - £120

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33 (part) 33 A late 19th to early 20th Century French waved edge bowl decorated to the interior with handpainted floral cartouche sprays against a royal blue ground with gilt scroll border edges, the exterior with a matched blue and gilt rim, painted marks to base alongside LoC factory mark, diameter 22cm together with six similarly decorated pieces comprising three saucers, a cabinet plate, a square dish and a footed bowl, all unmarked (7). ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 34 A 19th Century stoneware comport of rectangular form raised to four scroll feet, the whole decorated in the Imari palette with flower heads and foliage, unmarked, possibly Masons, length 25cm. £80 - £120 35 An early 20th Century blue and white Chinese ginger jar and cover decorated with prunus blossom against a patterned ground, double ring mark to base, height 15cm S/D. £30 - £50

36 A 20th Century Chinese export vase of ovoid form with flared neck and foot rim decorated with stylised flowers and foliage against a milk white ground, the neck with applied mask mounts, painted character mark to base, height 33cm. £50 - £80 37 An early 20th Century Satsuma sucrier decorated with a continuous dragon leading to a seated figure with stylised mountains and men in the background, eight character seal mark to the base, height 11cm. £50 - £80 38 A 20th Century handpainted porcelain plaque by former Royal Worcester artist Bryan Cox painted with a kingfisher perched upon a branch, in the style of James Bond, framed, 20cm x 25cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 39 A 20th Century handpainted porcelain plaque by former Royal Worcester artist Bryan Cox painted with a green woodpecker perched upon an apple branch, in the style of Edwin Penny, framed, 19cm x 24cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

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40 A 20th Century handpainted porcelain plaque by former Royal Worcester artist Bryan Cox painted with a basket of fruit and berries, in the style of Richard Seabright, framed, 27cm diameter. ILLUSTRATED.

49 A 1930’s Royal Stanley Ware Jacobean pattern shallow bowl decorated with three flower heads against a deep blue ground, printed marks, diameter 14cm.

£300 - £500 41 A Carlton Ware advertising ashtray for Brewmaster Keg Bitter, the central well with a bust of Shakespeare, length 22cm.

50 A 20th Century Chinese tankard mug decorated with cartouche floral panels and foliage framing intertwinned initials, the handle formed as a dragon, unmarked, height 12cm.

£20 - £30

£80 - £120

42 Four assorted Royal Copenhagen vases of varying form, all decorated with handpainted birds comprising a vase and cover with seagulls, numbered 1090/47, two moonflask vases numbered 1001/209B and a smaller squat vase numbered 14138/45A, all with printed and painted marks.

51 A late 19th to early 20th Century Servres oval pin tray decorated with a handpainted roundel landscape against a sponged green ground, blue painted mark, length 15cm.

£100 - £150 43 Five assorted Royal Copenhagen vases of varying form, all decorated with handpainted landscape scenes comprising a barrel vase 2694/1049, a smaller example with a church scene 2843A/108, two tapering vases numbered 2695/2037 and 128.1/93 and a collared vase numbered 4661, all with printed and painted marks. £100 - £150 44 Four assorted Royal Copenhagen vases of varying form, all decorated with handpainted flowers and butterflies, comprising a larger example 1808/47D, a squat ovoid vase 1528/1241, a bulbous marked as a second, numbered 1659/43B and then 814/2390 and a tapering vase 2301/47B, all with printed and painted marks.

£30 - £50

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45 Three Royal Copenhagen vases of varying form, all with handpainted decoration, the first with a windmill numbered 1338/68, the second with pink blossom 2639/1049 and the last with a cottage and winding path 2776/1224, all with printed marks. £100 - £150

£30 - £50

47 Seven assorted Royal Copenhagen vases of varying form, all decorated with handpainted flowers and fauna each with printed and painted marks. £100 - £150

52 A late 19th to early 20th Century Wedgwood Jasperware jardiniere and stand decorated in the typical manner with low relief classical figures and foliage against a powder blue ground, impressed marks. £40 - £60

46 Two Royal Copenhagen vases each with handpainted decoration comprising one with a yacht at sea numbered 2897/271 and the second with a clipper ship 4570 together with a similar Bing and Grondahl tapering vase, all with printed marks (3).

48 Three Royal Copenhagen vases of varying form, all with handpainted decoration, the first with dandelion numbered 2639/45A, the second with a yacht at sea 2897/271 and the third with trees before a seascape 2891/271 together with two Bing and Grondahl vases and a DJ Copenhagen ArlhBosson 7/138 vase (6).

53 A 1950’s Grays Pottery trinket box and cover of rectangular form decorated with a black and white transfer printed Masonic scene and the motto ‘Sit lux et lux frit’ (Let there be light), the cover interior with printed verse and the box stamped Mawddach Lodge No.1988 and dated 1957, length 12cm.

£60 - £80

£100 - £150

£30 - £50

£100 - £150

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70 Eight assorted Royal Doulton character jugs comprising Sairey Gamp, Characters from Williamsberg Apothecary D6574 and Bootmaker D6579, Bacchus D6505, Sancho Panca - Servant to Don Quixote D6461, Lawyer D6504, Robin Hood D6534 and Jester D5556.

54 Two 19th Century Wedgwood tiles from the ‘Old English Series’ comprising February and May, each with hand tinted scenes of children, both 15cm sq. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 55 A Royal Doulton figurine entitled Promenade HN2076. S/D. ILLUSTRATED.

£30 - £50

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£100 - £150 56 A Royal Doulton figurine entitled Fortune Teller HN2159. ILLUSTRATED. £40 - £60 57 A Royal Doulton figurine entitled The Hornpipe HN2161. ILLUSTRATED. £40 - £60 58 A Royal Doulton figurine entitled The Old Balloon Seller HN1315. £40 - £60

62 Two Royal Worcester candle snuffers comprising a monk reading a book, height 12cm and a bust of a lady with blue ruffle collar and white bonnet, height 9cm, both with black printed marks. £40 - £60

£30 - £50 63 Five assorted Royal Doulton character toby jugs comprising Henry V D6671 (marked as a second), Robin Hood D6205, Santa Clause D6668, Anne Boleyn D6644 and Anne of Cleeves D6653 (marked as a second). £40 - £60

59 A Royal Doulton figurine entitled The Potter. S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 60 A Royal Doulton figurine entitled Blue Beard HN2105. ILLUSTRATED.

67 Four assorted Royal Doulton character toby jugs comprising Golfer D6623, Sam Weller, Monty and Izaak Walton D6404 made to commemorate the 300th anniversary of the Complete Angler (4).

64 Six assorted Royal Doulton figurines comprising To Bed HN1805, Darling, Bedtime HN1978, Pecksniff, Oliver Twist and Little Nell. £50 - £80

61 A Royal Worcester figurine entitled January modelled by F.G Doughty, model 3452, date code for 1955. £40 - £60

£50 - £80

72 Eight assorted Royal Doulton character jugs comprising Rip Van Winkle D6438, Pied Piper, Walrus and the Carpenter D6604, Characters from Williamsberg D6588, Beefeater D6233, Falstaff, Dick Turpin D6535 and Lumberjack D6613. £30 - £50

68 Four Royal Doulton character toby jugs comprising Sir John Falstaff, Jolly Toby (marked as a second), Winston Churchill and Happy John S/D. £20 - £30

£30 - £50

69 Nine assorted Royal Doulton character jugs comprising Dick Turpin D6535, The Falconer D6540, Tony Weller, Dick Turpin D5618, Toby Philpot D5737, Auld Mac D5824, Robinson Crusoe D6539, Gone Away D6538 and Capt Henry Morgan D6466.

74 Nine assorted Royal Doulton character jugs comprising Lobster Man D6620, Neptune D6552, The Sleuth D6635, Tony Weller, Granny D6384, ‘arriet, ‘arry, Drake and The Cardinal.

£30 - £50

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£30 - £50

73 Eight assorted Royal Doulton character jugs comprising Granny D6384, Veteran Motorist D6637, Mad Hatter D6602, DOn Quixote, Farmer John D5789, John Barleycorn D5735, Old Salt D6654 and Character from Williamsberg Blacksmith D6578.

£40 - £60

65 A Beswick huntsman horse model 1501 (S/D to ears) together with a rearing Beswick horse model 1014, both with round printed marks (2).

£60 - £80

66 A collection of assorted Royal Albert Old Country Roses pattern teawares to include teacups, saucers, side plates, bread plates, a square dish, sucrier and a twin handled bread plate, printed marks to all.

71 Eight assorted Royal Doulton character jugs comprising Falconer D6540, Auld Mac D5823, Sairey Gamp, Sm Walker D5841, Rip Van Winkle, Anne Boleyn D6650, Falstaff and Henry VIII D6647.

£30 - £50


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75 Eight assorted Royal Doulton character jugs comprising Long John Silver, Paddy, John Peel, Character from Williamsburg Watchman and Gaoler, Simon the Cellarer, Mine Host and Gone Away. £30 - £50 76 Nine assorted Royal Doulton character jugs comprising Jarge, Cavalier, Town Crier, Don Quixote, Neptune, Mr Pickwick, Sam Johnson, Captain Cuttle and Old Charley. £30 - £50

87 A collection of assorted Spode ‘Stafford Flowers’ teawares to include a teapot, sucrier, various saucers and side plates, teacups, soup bowl, milk jug, serving dishes etc, all with printed botanical names to the bases.

£20 - £30

£100 - £150

82 Six assorted Royal Doulton toby jugs comprising Regency Beau D6562, Gulliver D6563, Scaramouche D6561 and the Three Musketeers Porthos, Aramis and Athos.

88 Five Francesca lady figurines, each handpainted, comprising Diana, Eliza, Ascot, Velia and Ailie.

94 An early 20th Century Shelley ‘Armadillo’ jelly mould, green printed mark 1925 to 1940 mark, length 21cm.

£30 - £50

£100 - £150

89 A 1930’s Japanese Camel China fruit set comprising a large bowl and six smaller bowls, each decorated with a scene of the Far East with camels and palm trees, printed marks (7).

95 An early 20th Century Foley (Shelley) ‘Crayfish’ jelly mould, brown printed Foley SemiPorcelain mark, length 18cm.

£50 - £80

96 An early 20th Century French majolica teapot of ovoid form modelled with low relief fish against a lemon yellow ground, unmarked, height 11cm.

£30 - £50 77 Ten assorted Royal Doulton character jugs comprising Fat Boy, Old King Cole, Mr Micawber, BuzFuz, North American Indian, Jester, Gladiator, Tom O’Shanter, Capt Ahad and Judge. £30 - £50

83 Six assorted Royal Doulton character jugs comprising Canadian Centennial Series The Trapper D6609, Gladiator D6553, Ugly Duchess D6603, Capt Hook D6601, The Fortune Teller and The Mikado.

78 Four Goebel figurines designed by M.J Hummel comprising Boy with toothache, Volunteers, Goodbye and Not for you together with two Royal Doulton figurines The Bridesmaid HN2196 and Tinkle Bell HN1677.

£30 - £50

£40 - £60

85 A Beswick Dachshund, length 23cm together with three Beswick foals and a Beswick donkey (5).

79 A Beswick pig family comprising mother pig and two piglets each with black painted features. £20 - £30 80 Eight Royal Doulton series ware wall plates comprising The Doctor D6281, The Squire D6284, The Mayor D6284, The Admiral D6278, The Parson D6280, two The Huntsman D6282 and The Falconer TC1046, all 26cm diameter. £30 - £50

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93 Two early 20th Century Shelley jelly moulds, the first of circular form with segmented sections, the second of typical form with a Gothic geometric design, both with green printed marks.

81 Two large Royal Doulton Old English Coaching Scene chargers D6393, both 33.5cm in diameter together with a Dickens ware Mr Micawber plate D6327, another entitled Rustic England D6297 and the last numbered D6393 (5).

84 A Beswick wall mask modelled as the head of a dog, impressed model number 668. £30 - £50

90 A Royal Doulton character jug Gondolier D6589. £120 - £180

£20 - £30

£100 - £150

£30 - £50 91 A Chinese pedestal cup decorated to the bell form cup with a transfer printed in blue and over coloured dragon and a stylised bird, the foot rim with similar coloured decoration, bears spurious Kanghsi mark to base, height 11cm. £40 - £60

97 An early 20th Century Italian faience frog mug decorated in the style of Quimper with a roundel portrait of a blue hatted boy framed with foliate scrolls, the interior with a green frog, printed and painted marks, height 10cm. £30 - £50

£30 - £50 86 Two Royal Doulton ‘In the Vale’ hunting plates, both decorated with scenes of Charles Simpson with huntsman and hounds, both with printed marks, D 6326 together with a Doulton series ware water jug ‘Old Curiosity Jug’ (3).

£40 - £60

92 A 19th Century Wedgwood cream basalt teapot of squat form decorated with a low relief moulded band of black basalt grape and vines, impressed marks with datecode for 1888, length 20cm. £100 - £150

98 Two pieces of 20th Century Quimper comprising a sparrow neck jug with cartouche decoration of a farm hand and a quaich with trellis pattern decoration, both with painted marks. £30 - £50


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107 A 20th Century canton vase of square form with flared neck and dog head ring handles, each side decorated with scenes of figures in chinoiserie landscapes, printed seal mark, height 28cm.

99 A 20th Century Imari cabinet plate decorated with flowers and foliage in the Kangxi style, the border edge with gilt flower heads, unmarked, diameter 23cm. £100 - £150

£50 - £80 100 A hand thrown terracotta loop handled vessel, possibly Neolithic, height 9.5cm.

108 A Royal Doulton lady figurine My Fair Lady HN2832.

£40 - £60

£30 - £50

101 A small Chinese footed bowl decorated in an all over pale blue glaze with incised curl decoration, unmarked, possibly Yuan Dynasty, diameter 15cm.

109 A 19th Century Chinese twin handled drinking vessel decorated with immortals and warriors in conversation and holding smoking lamps, four character mark to the base, height 11cm.

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£100 - £150 102 A boxed Royal Crown Derby ‘Endangered Species’ Savannah Leopard paperweight made for Sinclairs, inset gold stopper, printed marks. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

106 Three boxed Royal Crown Derby paperweights comprising Marmaduke and two Fireside Cat’s one large, one small, specially commissioned by Peter Jones of Wakefield as part of the Yorkshire Rose collection, all with certificates and gold stoppers.

105 Two boxed Royal Crown Derby paperweights comprising Sleeping Ginger Kitten and Playful Ginger Kitten, both specially commissioned by The Guild of China and Glass retailers, both with certificates and gold stoppers. £60 - £80

£100 - £150 110 Two later 20th Century T.G Green Cornish Ware blue and white sifters comprising Flour and Sugar, both with black printed target mark, height 13cm. £40 - £60

£100 - £150

103 Two boxed Royal Crown Derby ‘Endangered Species’ paperweights comprising Madagascan Tortoise and Queensland Koala, both made for Sinclairs, both with certificate and gold stoppers.

111 A retired Nao figurine of a group of five boys playing cards upon a park bench, printed marks, raised to a wooden plinth, height 31cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

£100 - £150 104 A boxed Royal Crown Derby ‘Endangered Species’ Imperial Panda paperweight made for Sinclairs, with inset gold stopper and certificate, printed marks.

112 Three Nao figurines of girls in various poses comprising a girl holding a clown doll, the second holding her skirt train and the last holding a bouquet of pink flowers, the tallest 22cm.

£200 - £300

£30 - £50

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124 Two Royal Worcester matt bird figurines comprising Jay 3248 and Woodpecker 3249. £30 - £50 125 A collection of assorted Royal Crown Derby ‘Derby Posies’ pattern tableware to include two boxed set of four egg cups, a boxed pair of posy vases, various cake knifes, a part teaset etc. £50 - £80

114 (part) 113 Two Nao figurines, the first modelled as a girl playing with a hoop, the second two children sat upon a bench. £30 - £50 114 A large Beswick Dalmation model 2271 and a Siamese cat 1882 (2). ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80 115 Two Royal Doulton lady figurines comprising Genevieve and Belle O’The Ball HN1997. £60 - £80 116 Two Royal Doulton lady figurines comprising A Good Catch HN2258 and The Lobster Man HN2317. £50 - £80

119 117 A Poole Pottery stoneware figure of a Merlin perched upon a rocky crop, signed Barbara Linley Adams and monogrammed for Jenny Haigh, height 18cm.

121 A 1930’s Czechoslovakian posy vase modelled as a yacht with yellow line sails, printed marks, A/F.

£30 - £50 118 Six Wedgwood & Co hexagonal plates decorated with brightly coloured pheasants amidst foliage, printed marks.

122 A Carter Stabler & Adams (Poole Pottery) stoneware figure of The Buster Boy modelled by Phoebe Stabler as a young boy holding and sat upon a garland of flowers, impressed marks, height 18cm.

£30 - £40

£150 - £200

119 A Royal Worcester Bonzo Dog with red collar designed by Frederick Gestner in 1929, issued 1930, puce mark, shape number 2855, height 8cm. ILLUSTRATED.

123 A 1930’s Royal Winton baluster vase decorated with large handpainted flowers against a yellow sponged ground with gilt border edges, printed marks, height 21cm together with a Maling Peona high shouldered vase with lavender flower heads against an orange peel ground, printed marks, height 24cm (2).

£100 - £150 120 A large W.H Goss tri-handled cache pot decorated with four enamel crests for East Anglia, Lowestoft, Suffolk and St George, printed mark to base, height 13cm. £20 - £30

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£20 - £30

£50 - £80

126 A Royal Worcester blush ivory cache pot shape G161 decorated with spring flowers, green printed mark with datecode for 1913 together with a pair of Coalport conch shell table salts and a pair of Zsolnay Pecs loop handled vases with purple and blue decoration A/F (5). £40 - £60 127 A collection of assorted crested china comprising an Arcadian bust of Chamberlain (A/F), an Arcadian model of bullets crested for Worcester, a Willow Art canon for the British Empire Exhibition 1924, a Corona battle ship, a Model of a British Tank, a Handsworth crested thatched cottage and a flat peaked cap for Leeds (7). £40 - £60 128 Three Royal Doulton figurines comprising The Joker HN2252, Balloon Clown HN2894 and Covent Garden HN2857. £100 - £150 129 Six assorted Royal Doulton figurines comprising Biddy Pennyfarthing HN1843, Balloon Lady HN2935, Balloon Girl HN2818, Balloon Boy HN2934, The Balloon Man HN1954 and The Old Balloon Seller HN1315. £150 - £200


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130 Three pieces of assorted Royal Doulton ‘Gaffers’ series ware comprising a butter dish and stand, a jug and a lidded storage jar, all A/F.

134 A Beswick cruet set modelled as Laurel and Hardy.

£20 - £30

135 A mid 20th Century Wedgwood black basalt Arabesque pattern bowl decorated with low relief roundels of classical ladies framed with stiff leaf borders and foliate scrolls, impressed marks, diameter 13cm.

131 A late 19th to early 20th Century ‘Real Adams’ jardiniere decorated with low relief classical scenes with figures playing musical instruments and making offerings all to a deep blue ground, impressed marks, height 20cm. £50 - £80 132 Five assorted early 20th Century Dutch Delft tiles each decorated in blue and white to include two examples with stylised tulip and one with a roundel and a child playing A/F.

£40 - £60

£50 - £80 136 A mid 20th Century Poole Pottery Studio shallow bowl or pin dish decorated with an abstract pattern in tones of blue and green, printed marks, diameter 12cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£30 - £50 133 Four pieces of assorted Moorcroft powder blue breakfast wares comprising a preserve pot and cover, a pepper pot, a salt formed as an acorn and a cream jug, all with impressed marks together with a Moorcroft lavender lustre footed bowl, diameter 16cm (5).

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£60 - £80 137 A mid 20th Century Poole Pottery shape 5 shallow bowl decorated with an abstract pattern in various colours all to a red ground, printed marks, diameter 20cm. ILLUSTRATED. £30 - £50

138 A Ruskin Pottery crystalline shallow bowl decorated in a green and orange dribble glaze, the collar edge with decorative silver collar hallmarked for A.E Jones, Birmingham 1932, the bowl with impressed marks and also dated 1932, diameter 25cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED.

137 139 A 19th Century oval porcelain portrait plaque in the manner of KPM decorated with a young girl wearing a red head band in her brown hair and red coral beads and white neckerchief over a blue chemise, unmarked, length 18.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

£100 - £150

£40 - £60

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146 140 A Chinese footed bowl decorated in a stone glaze with matt black blistered stylised decoration and characters, spurious label to base reads Ming Dynasty, 1st half 17th C, diameter 16cm. £60 - £80 141 Two 19th Century Staffordshire models of recumbent dogs, the first with brown sponged decoration length 12cm, the second modelled as a mother and her feeding pup upon a blue tasselled cushion, length 9cm, both unmarked. £40 - £60 142 A 19th Century stoneware cheese dome and stand, the dome decorated with a low relief applied band of leaves and berries above grasses, the stand with acorns and leaves all to a blue ground, unmarked, possibly Dudson. £60 - £80 143 A Royal Doulton figure The Fiddler HN2171. £40 - £60 144 Two Royal Doulton figures comprising The Old Balloon Seller HN1315 and The Master HN2325. £50 - £80

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153 145 Four Royal Doulton figures comprising Autumn Breezes HN4716, Buttercup HN3268, Isabel HN4458 and Peggy Davies ‘Old Country Roses’ HN3482.

150 Four Royal Doulton figurines comprising Carrie HN2800, Rhapsody HN2267, Rose HN1416 and The Little Bridesmaid HN1434.

£50 - £80

£50 - £80

146 A 1930’s Carlton Ware Sketching Bird pattern plate decorated with an enamelled bird in flight against a stylised trailing tree with gilt and foliage and starburst flower heads, printed script mark, diameter 27cm. ILLUSTRATED.

151 Two Royal Worcester figurines comprising Young Farmer 3433 modelled by Freda. G Doughty and All Mine together with a Royal Doulton figure Off to School HN3768 (3).

153 Four Royal Worcester Days of the Week children modelled by Freda Doughty comprising Wednesday 3521, Thursday 3522, Friday 3523 and Saturday 3262, all with black printed marks. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

£40 - £60

£60 - £80 147 A Royal Doulton figure The Clown HN2890. £30 - £50 148 Three Royal Doulton figurines comprising Bedtime HN2059, My Teddy HN2177 and Home Again HN2167. £50 - £80 149 Five Royal Doulton figurines comprising Autumn Breezes HN1934, Rendezvous HN2212, Bess HN2002, Mary HN2374 and Celeste HN2237. £50 - £80

152 A pair of late 19th to early 20th Century Vienna twin handled pedestal vases each decorated with a handpainted cartouche, the first depicting cupid shooting his arrow to the heart of a lady whilst a male figure looks away, the second with two older men peering over a semi-nude lady bathing, both signed J. Muller and set against crimson grounds with low relief moulded edges and gilt scroll decoration, blue beehive mark to base, height 39cm, both A/F. £50 - £80

154 Five Royal Worcester Days of the Week children modelled by Freda Doughty comprising Monday 3257, Wednesday 3259, Thursday, Saturday 3524 and Sunday (Sabbath) 3256, all with black printed marks. £100 - £150 155 Four Basil Matthews studio pottery animals comprising a Pekinese sat upon a blue striped cushion, a seated calf numbered 17, a hippopotamus and a sleeping cow entitled Nucky, all with painted marks. £50 - £80 156 Three Lladro Daisa figures comprising Charlie Chaplin and a young boy draped in a shawl together with three Nao figurines (6). £60 - £80


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160 A late 19th Century Chinese blue and white tin glazed charger decorated with a central well of stylised flowers by a rocky crop, the radiating border edge with smaller sprays of flowers, painted mark, diameter 30cm. £80 - £120

157 A 19th Century Copeland Art Union of London Parian ware bust of Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll, the fourth daughter of Queen Victoria by Mary Thornycroft. Sc, raised to a socle base, impressed marks, dated April 1 1871, height 40cm ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

161 Four pieces of assorted late 19th to early 20th Century Chinese blue and white comprising two shallow bowls each with stylised floral decoration and two plates each with bamboo and flower head decoration, all unmarked, two with staple repairs (4). £60 - £80

158 A Clarice Cliff ‘Bizarre’ twin handled bowl with banded decoration, 25cm wide, together with a pair of Clarice Cliff Newport Pottery tureens, hand-painted with orange and green floral sprays upon a cream and amber ground, 28cm wide. (3). £40 - £60

162 Four pieces of assorted late 19th to early 20th Century Chinese blue and white comprising two shallow plates each with stylised decoration and painted seal marks, a bowl with repeat pattern floral decoration and a plate with scenes of figures in a landscape setting with a border edge of prunus blossom, unmarked (4). £60 - £80

159 A large late 19th to early 20th Century famille rose charger decorated in the typical manner with stylised birds and butterflies amidst flowers, unmarked, diameter 34cm. £60 - £80

163 Twelve early 20th Century egg shell porcelain table wares comprising six footed ‘dip’ dishes each decorated to the exterior with segmented panels of floral decoration and six teabowls with matching exterior decoration, all with a six character mark to the base (12). £100 - £150 164 An 18th Century sugar bowl decorated to the exterior with swags and garlands, the interior with a central floral sprig, unmarked, probably first period Worcester, diameter 16cm together with a Chinese footed bowl with blue and white chinoiserie decoration, diameter 11cm S/D and a footed dish with shaped edge rim decorated with flower heads and foliage (3). £40 - £60 165 An early 20th Century famille rose trio each decorated with cartouche panels of children and figures in an interior setting with alternate panels of insects and butterflies, unmarked, the side plate diameter 20cm. £40 - £60 166 Nine assorted Royal Doulton black basalt figurines comprising Yearning HN2921, Carefree HN3029, Family HN2721, Mother and Daughter HN2843, Awakening HN2837, Peace HN2433, Lovers HN2763, Thankful HN3155 and Sisters HN3019. £60 - £80 167 Six assorted Lladro and Nao figurines to include a nun sat with her needlework, a seated cherub playing the mandolin, a cherub cradling a baby and a boy carrying milk pales (6). £30 - £50

168 A 20th Century St Denis gilt bronze and porcelain study of brambles and blossom modelled by R Van Ruyckevelt raised to a marble plinth, numbered A109, length 35cm. £40 - £60 169 A 20th Century St Denis gilt bronze and porcelain study of brambles and blossom modelled by R Van Ruyckevelt raised to a marble plinth, numbered A109, length 35cm. £40 - £60 170 A collection of twenty assorted 20th Century German half pin doll heads to include nude, 18th Century style and Art Deco examples. £30 - £50 171 A collection of twenty-three assorted 20th Century German half pin doll heads to include nude, 18th and 19th Century style examples. £30 - £50 172 A collection of twenty-two assorted 20th Century German half pin doll heads to include nude, 18th and 19th Century style examples. £30 - £50 173 A pair of Victorian Staffordshire flatbacks modelled as a lady and gentleman each carrying a basket of fish, height 35cm. £40 - £60 174 A pair of 20th Century bon bon dishes in the style of Meissen modelled as a lady and gentleman dressed in 18th Century costume holding shell shaped dishes, bears blue crossed swards mark, length 21cm. £100 - £150

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185 Two 20th Century loop handle cream jugs decorated by former Royal Worcester painter J.R Budd with handpainted fruit to the exteriors (apples, red grapes and blackberries), the interior and handle in gold, signed, both 10cm tall. £60 - £80 186 A matched pair of 20th Century sucriers decorated by former Royal Worcester painter J.R Budd with handpainted fruit to the exteriors, the first with apples and white grapes, the second with pears and blackberries, the loop handles and finials in gilt, signed, both 12cm tall. £80 - £120

183 175 Two 19th Century hand coloured dessert plates each with botanical sprays and flower stems against a white ground with gilt border edge, unmarked, diameter 25cm. £60 - £80 176 A 19th Century blue and white meat plate decorated with a fisherman and his companion walking away from a castle ruin, feint impressed marks, length 37cm. £30 - £50 177 A 19th Century rosewood framed rectangular lithophane depicting The Nativity Scene, 23cm x 17cm. £100 - £150 178 A 19th Century Royal Worcester trembleuse decorated with handpainted sprigs of heather and ferns, impressed and puce printed marks with datecode for 1878. £30 - £50

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179 A 19th Century Royal Worcester milk jug and sugar basin each of coopered barrel form and decorated with handpainted birds by H. Powell, the milk jug with a chaffinch and the sugar with a bullfinch, green printed mark to both with datecode for 1924. £30 - £50 180 A collection of assorted Beswick birds comprising a Songthrush 2308, Greenfinch 2105, Bullfinch 1042, Goldfinch 2273, Bluetit, Lesser Spotted Woodpecker 2420 and a figural group of two Pheasants 2078. £60 - £80 181 A 20th Century Vienna decorative wall charger decorated to the central well with a transfer scene of a classical lady with cupid sat behind with a lye and arrows beneath diameter 34cm together with two wall plates with cartouche scenes of classical figures entitled Cubito in Chebisa and Rinoilo & Almida, both 25cm. £40 - £60

189 182 A mid 20th Century Italian jardiniere and pedestal stand in tones of brown with incised stylised floral decoration, impressed Made in Italy, height. £60 - £80 183 A large Royal Worcester twin handled vase in the Persian style with a spray of flowers against a blush ivory ground, the handles of scroll form with flower head motifs, the collar neck and foot rim with low relief moulded foliate border edges, puce mark, height 46cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £180 184 A 20th Century twin handled footed bowl decorated by former Royal Worcester painter J.R Budd with handpainted fruit to the central well (apples and blackberries), the exterior in gold, signed, total length 18.5cm. £50 - £80

187 Three pieces of assorted 20th Century teawares decorated by former Royal Worcester painter J.R Budd comprising a coffee can and saucer, a cream jug and a sugar bowl, each with handpainted fruit to the exteriors and gilded interiors, all signed. £80 - £120 188 Two 20th Century teacups and saucers decorated by former Royal Worcester painter J.R Budd each with handpainted fruit to the exteriors (apples, red grapes and blackberries), the interior and handle in gold, each piece signed. £60 - £80 189 A large Caverswall lidded campana urn and cover decorated by Keith Hancock in the style of Royal Worcester with handpainted fruit and berries against a lemon ground, signed, printed marks and painted ‘Hand painted on Fine Bone China by Keith Hancock 15/8/77, total height 52cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300


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194 Two 20th Century cabinet scalloped edge plates decorated by former Royal Worcester painter J.R Budd with handpainted fruits and berries all to a mossy ground, all signed, diameter 24cm. £80 - £120

196 190 A 20th Century twin handled footed bowl decorated by former Royal Worcester painter J.R Budd with handpainted fruit to the central well (apples and blackberries), the exterior in gold, signed, total length 29m.

192 Four 20th Century cabinet scalloped edge plates decorated by former Royal Worcester painter J.R Budd with handpainted fruits and berries all to a mossy ground, all signed, diameter 26cm.

£100 - £150

£150 - £200

191 Two 20th Century cabinet plates decorated by former Royal Worcester painter J.R Budd with handpainted fruit, the first with apples and blackberries, the second with apples and black grapes, both signed, diameter 26.5cm.

193 A 20th Century elliptical plate decorated by former Royal Worcester painter J.R Budd with handpainted fruit to the central well (apples, pears and blackberries), the inset scroll handles in gilt, signed, total length 26cm.

£80 - £120

£40 - £60

195 A 20th Century cabinet plate decorated by former Royal Worcester painter J.R Budd with handpainted fruit to the central well (apples, pears and black grapes), diameter 27cm together with two similar transfer printed plates by D.Wallace (3). £40 - £60 196 A pair of 19th Century Mintons twin handled pedestal cups, each decorated with hand tinted and painted ribbon, wreath and rose garlands against a white ground, the border edges and bases in blue with gilt jewelling and handles, printed marks, height 11cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80 197 An 18th Century first period Worcester cream jug decorated in the Fisherman and Cormorant pattern, crescent mark to base, height 9cm, old pin repair to the handle, together with an 18th Century saucer decorated with a handpainted chinoiserie landscape, diameter 13.5cm. £50 - £80 198 Two 19th Century famille rose Chinese export teabowls and four saucers all decorated with a handpainted and tinted lady and her baby aboard a rowing boat with a man and a young boy carrying eggs and fish together with a similar teabowl and saucer decorated with figures in conversation, a larger teabowl with similar decoration and two 19th Century English teabowls (11). £60 - £80

199 A 20th Century Chinese teapot of bullet form decorated with enamel figures in a garden setting with stylised trailing trees, the knop formed as a rose head, unmarked, height 16cm. £30 - £50 200 A 19th Century majolica jug modelled as a seated brown bear holding a net over it’s shoulder, unmarked, height 20cm A/F. £40 - £60 201 A 1930’s Hungarian turquoise glaze study of a young girl, possibly a maquette, signed Radni B, height 41cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

202 202 A Royal Doulton Mr Toadflax from the Bramley Hedge gift collection modelled by Jill Barklem, model DBH10 (rude version). ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

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Lots 203-222 (inclusive) are being sold on behalf of the University of Wolverhampton MA Art graduates who are raising funds to hold an exhibition in Brick Lane Gallery, London. The estimates have been suggested by the artists as prices they would expect to achieve or currently retail pieces at.

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209 203 A contemporary studio pottery twin handled baluster vase by Laura Crossland decorated with a turquoise to splatter black glaze with applied lizard to the body, incised LC mark, height 16cm.

206 A contemporary studio pottery mug by Alison Ogden decorated with low relief motifs against a white ground, signed to the base, height 7cm.

£60 - £80

207 A contemporary studio pottery jug by Nigel Matthews, the parian ribbed body with applied classical handle and glazed spout, impressed to handle, height 11cm ILLUSTRATED.

204 A contemporary studio pottery baluster flower jug by Laura Crossland decorated in a tonal blue to purple glaze with applied handle formed as a leaf, height 20cm. £60 - £80 205 A contemporary studio pottery ‘decaying’ head by Helen Nottage, the whole in a textured green and blue glaze, incised initials, height 13cm ILLUSTRATED.

£20 - £30

£30 - £50 208 A contemporary studio pottery vase of compressed form with elongated collar neck by Paul McAllister, the body in a gloss black glaze with platinum lustre waist band leading to a buff coloured neck, impressed signature mark, height 33.5cm ILLUSTRATED. £250 - £300

£100 - £150 209 Two contemporary studio pottery bottle vases by Adam Marsh, each hand thrown and smoke fired, incised signature to base, height 21cm and 22cm. ILLUSTRATED. 208

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210 A contemporary studio pottery tea kettle by Emily Waugh, the footed ovoid body with squat spout and high loop handle all decorated in an all over red sung de beouf lustre glaze with gold and green speckling, incised seal mark, height 25cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 211 A contemporary studio pottery squat teapot by Paul McAllister, the body in a gloss black glaze with platinum lustre cover, impressed mark. ILLUSTRATED. £250 - £300 212 A contemporary studio pottery three quarter length female bust by Ann Goodfellow modelled with copper glaze detailing to her hair, height 27cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 213 A contemporary studio pottery slab vase by Paula Downing of rectangular form decorated with banded coloured glazes, impressed marks, height 14.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

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214 A contemporary studio pottery bud vase by Richard Baxter, the shape of Roman form and decorated with a wrythen blue green glaze with oxidised copper banding. ILLUSTRATED.

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215 A contemporary studio pottery hand thrown vessel by Josh Coupe of irregular form decorated in an all over brown speckled glaze, height 18cm.

216 A contemporary studio pottery inverted bell form vase by Betul Katugaz, the body in a textured brown glaze with white glaze swirl, height 26cm.

£80 - £120

£250 - £300

£40 - £60

£60 - £80

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218 217 A contemporary studio pottery and glass plaque by Jenny Beavan entitled Fluidity and Faults, Water at Work’ from the Cycle of Healthy Water series, modelled as four tiles applied to a gloss black tile, signed, 27cm x 20.5cm.

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218 A large contemporary studio glass centrifugal bowl by Stuart Garfoot based on coral structures with circular motif decoration, diameter 41cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

219 A contemporary studio blown glass weight of elongated form by Bill Swan entitled Faces with interior layering and airbubble decoration, height 21cm. ILLUSTRATED.

220 A contemporary studio glass vase by Niki Steel of cylindrical form with flared neck decorated with fissured and mottled multi colours, height 31cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

£200 - £300

£200 - £300

221 A contemporary studio glass slumped pate de verre drape vessel by Julia Rowley in white with blue border edge and draped curled form. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 222 Two contemporary studio glass slumped pate de verre curved vessels by Julia Rowley in white and tinted blue, the first with Paisley pattern motif and the second with an Indian style floral stem. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

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226 A 1930’s French Art Deco blow moulded glass vase of spherical form with collar neck in a pale celadon relief moulded with repeat abstract panel designs, unmarked, height 15cm.

232 A mid Century Stourbridge clear cut crystal decanter by Webb Corbett of slender bottle form cut with repeat bands of mitre cut leaf forms all below a slice cut stopper, unmarked, height 34cm.

£30 - £50

£60 - £80

227 An early 20th Century Continental bowl of compressed ovoid form with wave rim raised to three drawn feet decorated with enamelled stylised flowers over a pale apple green iridescent ground, width 20cm.

233 A small post war heavy cased body bowl by Cenedese of rounded square section cased in pale celadon green over clear well, unsigned, width 10.5cm.

£30 - £50 228 A pair of post war Val St Lambert clear crystal bowls of shallow circular form with a reverse wrythen spiral design, engraved signature, width 32cm.

234 A 1930’s French pressed glass plaffonier of circular section relief moulded with stylised flowers and foliage all in a frosted finish, together with a hammered metal ceiling rosette and three suspension bars.

£50 - £80

£40 - £60

229 A large post war Haida glass blow moulded vase of footed shouldered ovoid form with flared neck and fluted body in a pale pink tint, engraved signature, height 28cm. S/D.

235 A pair of 19th Century Davidsons blue pearline pressed glass wall pockets formed as shells with trailing coral forming the handle, length 18.5cm, together with two 19th Century blue pearline twin handled baskets each with lattice pattern bodies and linear bands, both length 15cm. (4).

237 An early 20th Century Schneider Le Verre Francias vase with a fluted conical base rising to a tall slender neck with faint vertical orange stripes, murrine cane signature to the base, height 20cm. £100 - £150

223 223 A 19th Century Bohemian wine glass with a circular spread foot rising to a baluster form stem and ovoid bowl with rigger work decoration, the whole heavily enamelled with Watteau style figures and foliate scrolls, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 224 A 1930’s Continental pressed glass plaffonier of circular form relief moulded with nasturtium flowers and foliage to the pale peach ground, complete with original silk hanging cords. £40 - £60 225 A later 20th Century Italian Murano glass by Di Licamozzo for Cam Vetri D’arte, the circular spread foot rising to a double knopped stem with ruby and gold aventurine detail all below a wide circular bowl engraved with a couple in an erotic embrace, signed to the foot, height 20cm. £100 - £150

£30 - £50 230 A post war Stromberg crystal glass decanter of slender bell form with a round target form stopper, engraved signature, height 25cm. £30 - £50 231 A pair of late 19th Century Bohemian glass vases of sleeve form with petal edge rims each cased in green over clear crystal and flash cut with a repeat shamrock and heart design with engraved flowers and foliage picked out in gold, unmarked, height 13cm. (2).

£40 - £60

238 A 20th Century Italian Murano glass three light chandelier with a central baluster form column with radiating scroll arms and stylised flowers and leaves in clear crystal with applied amber highlights. £100 - £150

£50 - £80 236 A large later 20th Century art glass vase by Ichendorf of Germany, the spherical body with heavy cased wall internal decorated with fissured design to the tonal green to golden amber ground, engraved signature to the base, height 15cm. £60 - £80

239 239 A 19th Century Bohemian claret jug with circular foot, compressed ovoid body and tall flared collar neck with integral spout and loop handle, cased in ruby over clear crystal and cut and engraved with a scrolling fruiting vine pattern, height 30cm. ILLUSTRATED. £40 - £60

£100 - £120

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252 A set of four late 19th Century Continental clear crystal hock glasses with a wide circular spread foot rising to a facet and bladed knop stem below ovoid bowl, decorated with an enamelled fruiting vine design within gilded borders, height 21cm.

240 A Whitefriars Drunken Bricklayer vase in a cinnamon tint, height 21cm. £100 - £150 241 A post war studio glass vase, possibly Scandinavian, with a clear crystal foot rising to an ovoid body cased in grey and flash cut with discs, unsigned, height 14cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£80 - £120 253 A post war Italian Murano glass bird with internal red, green and blue canework decoration, raised to a clear crystal block base, height 33cm.

£60 - £80 242 A late 19th Century Stourbridge cranberry glass epergne with a deep frill rim bowl rising to a tall central trumpet with twin side trumpets, two clear crystal canes and hanging baskets, height 58cm. S/D.

£40 - £60 254 A small later 20th Century Galle Tip cameo glass vase of footed and waisted cylindrical form cased in brown and blue over a citron ground and acid cut with flowering convolvulus boughs, bears cameo signature, height 11cm.

£50 - £80 243 A late 19th Century clear cut crystal glass decanter of footed globe and shaft form with hollow blown stopper, fine cut with a strawberry diamond design below slice cut neck, together with a sugar loaf shape example with printie panel decoration, tallest 37cm. (2). £80 - £120 244 A pair of 19th Century clear cut glass candlesticks in the Georgian taste with a flat cut petal edged dome base rising to a facet cut bobbin stem and facet cut sconce, height 22cm. £100 - £150 245 A set of six late 19th Century clear cut crystal champagne flutes with a radial star cut foot rising to a facet knopped stem and thistle form bowl with flared slice cut flute, height 18cm. (6). £30 - £50

241 246 A set of six 19th Century wine glasses with a flat cut circular foot rising to medial knopped hollow blown stem and ovoid bowl, height 12.5cm. (6). £30 - £50

249 A pair of late 19th Century coraline vases of tapered sleeve form with frill rims applied with blue over opal ground and decorated with stylised birds to a bough, height 15cm. S/D (2). £30 - £50

247 A set of six 19th Century wine glasses with a circular spread foot, bladed knop stem and slice cut conical bowl, together with a similar smaller set and assorted additional single examples. (qty). £40 - £60 248 A part suite of Edwardian stem and table ware crystal to include wine and sherry glasses with matched finger bowls. (qty). £30 - £50

250 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass harlequin epergne with a green petal edged bowl rising to a tall central green opalescent trumpet flanked by a green and ruby lower trumpet with two twist canes with a straw opal and dark blue handing basket, height 50cm. £200 - £300 251 A 19th Century Bohemian vase of footed slice cut form decorated with relief moulded ruby panels to the clear ground with fine gilt floral highlights, height 17cm. £30 - £50

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£50 - £80 255 A late 18th Century ale glass with conical foot, plain stem and conical bowl engraved with an upper daisy border, height 14.5cm. £40 - £60 256 A 20th Century Royal Brierley Crystal glass vase of swollen tumbler form, cut and engraved with stylised flowers and foliage, acid signed, together with a late 19th Century opalescent posy basket and an 18th Century crystal bonnet glass, tallest 22.5cm. (3). £50 - £80 257 A 20th Century studio glass bowl designed by Ed Burke of deep circular form cased in amethyst over clear crystal flash cut and engraved with spiral lines and spots, engraved signature, width 27cm. £30 - £50


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258 A pair of late Georgian crystal glass rummers with a square pedestal foot rising to a shallow waisted stem below a large slice cut ovoid bowl, height 13cm. (2). £30 - £50 259 A large 19th Century clear cut crystal rummer with a radial star cut square base rising to a stepped foot and shallow waisted stem large ovoid bowl with a strawberry diamond cut body below a printie cut border, height 14.5cm, together with two similar smaller examples. S/D (3).

263 A 19th Century Bohemian vase with stepped circular foot shallow stem and stepped sleeve form body with petal edged rim, decorated with gold banding over the pink alabaster ground, height 26cm. £80 - £120 264 A late 19th Century Stourbridge cranberry glass decanter of globe and shaft form with applied clear crystal rope handle and hollow blown clear crystal stopper, height 25cm. £50 - £80

£30 - £50 260 A late Georgian Ale glass with a folded circular foot rising to a knopped stem and tall round funnel bowl with basal moulding, together with a similar example with a stepped square base, bladed knop and engraved round funnel bowl and a later Victorian tavern type glass, tallest 15cm. S/D (3). £30 - £50 261 A later 18th Century wine glass circa 1770, the bell form bowl with basal air bubble ring raised to a multi series opaque twist stem with central gauze within outer spiral tapes, above a shallow circular spread foot, height 16cm. S/D. £40 - £60 262 A mid 18th Century wine glass circa 1765, the waisted bucket bowl raised to a multi series opaque twist stem with two spiral gauze all above a conical foot, height 15.5cm. S/D. £30 - £50

265 A late 19th Century Stourbridge cranberry glass celery vase of fluted cylindrical form with wave rim raised to a clear crystal pinched foot, height 19cm. £30 - £50 266 A late 19th Century cranberry glass sweetmeat jar of swollen sleeve form with dimple pattern and applied clear crystal rustic form finial, together with a similar smaller example and an oil bottle, tallest 18cm. (3). £80 - £120 267 A late 20th Century Worth Je Reviens scent bottle designed by Lalique of spherical form with relief moulded stars, complete with original packaging. £30 - £50 268 A post war Stromberg glass vase of compressed ovoid form cased in clear crystal over a pale blue mesh ground with random air bubble decoration, engraved signature, height 22cm. £80 - £120

269 A Whitefriars Textured range Coffin vase designed by Geoffrey Baxter in meadow green, height 13cm. £40 - £60 270 A Whitefriars Textured range Traffic Light vase designed by Geoffrey Baxter in tangerine, height 12.5cm. £30 - £50 271 A post war Italian Murano Sommerson glass bowl of facet form cased in clear crystal over citron and green, width 14cm. £30 - £50 272 A large post war Italian Murano Sommerso vase of cylindrical form rising to a pulled open lip cased in clear crystal over graduated green, red and blue ground, unmarked, together with a similar scroll form dish of compressed form, tallest 35cm. (2). £40 - £60 273 A Whitefriars Textured range Bark vase of cylindrical form in kingfisher blue, together with a matched example in willow, height 23cm. (2). £40 - £60 274 A Whitefriars Knobbly range vase designed by Geoffrey Baxter of cylindrical form in kingfisher blue, height 18cm. £30 - £50 275 A Mdina side stripe vase of compressed ovoid form with flared neck cased in clear crystal glass over tonal blue and green, together with a tall cylindrical bottle lacking stopper, engraved signature. (2). £30 - £50

276 A large post war Continental cased body vase of swollen cylindrical form with clear crystal glass over cinnamon interior with controlled air bubble decoration, together with a similar clear crystal ovoid example, tallest 25cm. (2). £30 - £50 277 A post war blow moulded amethyst glass vase of square section with textured exterior decoration, together with a similar smaller ovoid example in smoke grey, tallest 17cm. £30 - £50 278 A post war Wedgwood studio glass vase designed by Ronald Stenett-Willson of spherical form with a deep green band over the mottled green ground, height 15cm. £30 - £50 279 A post war cased body vase by Tamara Aladin for Riihim‰ki with circular foot, waisted middle and a flared collar neck each in deep red, unmarked, together with a similar example of stepped form in grey, tallest 28cm. (2). £40 - £60 280 A large post war vase in the manner of Flygsfors, of swollen ovoid form with tall pulled neck and wave rim cased in clear crystal over a deep blue ground, height 43cm. £40 - £60 281 A Whitefriars Textured range Nailhead vase of compressed sleeve form in deep amethyst, height 11cm, together with a large post war Continental swollen sleeve vase with amethyst lattice design, height 46cm. £40 - £60

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282 282 A late 19th Century Stourbridge vasaline glass epergne with a wide frill rim bowl with central trumpet surrounded by three low trumpets, three twist canes and three hanging baskets all with applied spiral crimping to the graduated straw opalescent ground, height 54cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400

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283 A large later 20th Century studio glass vase of shouldered ovoid form with flat rim all in a deep amethyst tint, indistinct signature to the base, height 30cm.

284 A large later 20th Century studio glass vase of spherical form decorated with a fine black spiral line over the deep citron tinted ground, unmarked, height 19cm.

£40 - £60

£40 - £60

285 A large 1930’s Monart glass vase of low shouldered form with tall waisted collar neck cased in clear crystal over a graduated mottled blue to green ground, height 35.5cm. S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120


Glass

286 A large early 20th Century Stevens & Williams Mesh vase of tall shouldered ovoid form with flared collar neck externally decorated with a textured volcanic effect in tonal deep red, height 38cm. ILLUSTRATED.

292 A 20th Century studio glass bowl of footed, shouldered ovoid form with roll rim decorated with a red iridescent feathered line over the blue iridescent ground, unmarked, height 13cm.

298 A 1930’s Continental glass vase in the manner of Moser with circular footed and swollen sleeve body with polished panel decoration over the pale golden amber ground, unmarked, height 18cm.

£30 - £50

£40 - £60

293 A 20th Century glass vase in the manner of Monart, the cylindrical body rising to a triform rim, cased in clear crystal over a graduated tonal green mottled ground, height 24cm.

299 A 20th Century Stevens & Williams Royal Brierley clear cut crystal glass tumbler vase in the Constellation pattern, unmarked, height 21cm.

£200 - £300 287 A large later 20th Century glass vase of flared cylindrical form decorated internal cased aventurine flecks over the tonal streaked amber ground, unmarked, height 25cm. £30 - £50 288 A 20th Century tumbler vase in the manner of Clutha with dimple body and textured iridescent apple green tint, unmarked, height 22cm. £50 - £80 289 A 20th Century glass vase of double gourd form with narrow collar neck cased in clear crystal over a metal grey interior with fine air bubble mesh decoration, unmarked, height 32cm. £60 - £80 290 A 20th Century Facon de Venise with a royal blue circular spread foot rising to a hollow blown wrythen fluted clear crystal stem with gold aventurine, all below a large royal blue bell form bowl, height 24.5cm. £30 - £50

294 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh clear crystal water jug of waisted cylindrical form with applied loop handle, relief moulded to the body in a variant of the Diaper pattern, unmarked, height 23cm.

£30 - £50

300 An Edwardian Continental clear crystal decanter of square section with slice cut collar neck and spherical stopper enamel and gilt decorated with floral garlands, together with a matched set of six whiskey tumblers. (7). £100 - £150

£40 - £60 295 A post war Italian Sommerson glass apple of spherical form cased in clear crystal over citron and green with an applied stylised leaf with gold aventurine, unmarked, height 12cm. £50 - £80 296 A 1930’s Kosta glass decanter of shouldered square section with collar neck and matched square stopper all in a deep sea green tint, engraved signature, height 24cm. £50 - £80

291 A post war glass vase designed by Sulo Gronberg for Oy Kumela, of cylindrical form cased in clear crystal over deep amethyst and white below pulled arched handles, height 24.5cm.

£50 - £80

£80 - £120

297 A late 20th Century studio glass Fireworks vase by Will Shakespeare of compressed shouldered ovoid form with collar neck externally decorated with colour canes over a metallic iridescent ground, engraved signature, height 26cm.

301 An Edwardian Continental clear crystal decanter of donut form with collar neck and spherical stopper enamel and gilt decorated with floral garlands, height 24cm. S/D.

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£40 - £60 302 A graduated pair of large Wedgwood Brutus bowls designed by Frank Thrower of stepped octagonal form in a dark smoke grey, largest width 18cm. £40 - £60 303 A post war Italian Murano Mezza Filigrana decanter of shouldered cylindrical form with tall drawn collar neck and large hollow blown spherical stopper with internal white and pink spiral canes, retains original label, height 30cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80

304 304 A 1930’s Legras self colour cameo glass vase of compressed spherical form with collar neck enamel decorated with stylised flowers and foliage below a scale border, gilded cameo signature, height 12.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

£60 - £80

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305 305 A small late 19th Century Stourbridge clear crystal glass table centre epergne, possibly Richardsons, with a shallow circular bowl raised to three scroll feet rising to a central posy vase in the form of an upturned parasol with applied cranberry trim, height 24cm. S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 306 A large post war Italian Somerso stylised glass bird with crystal cased body and internal tonal red and gilt aventurine decoration, unmarked, height 39cm. £60 - £80 307 A pair of post war Kosta glass tankards designed Elis Bergh of spherical form with internal optic band and applied rope handles all in a pale grey, engraved marks, height 10cm. £30 - £50

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316 308 A late 20th Century Okra glass bowl of footed circular form with a wide flat rim decorated with a petrol blue to green iridescent crackle finish, engraved signature and date for 1988, width 22cm. £80 - £120 309 A 1930’s Continental lamp base of spherical form hand enamelled in white with stylised flowers and foliage over the frosted ground, unmarked, height 20cm. £50 - £80 310 A pair of mid 20th Century Webb Corbett clear cut crystal glass decanters in the Georgian style, each of swollen sleeve form with panels of flat cut decoration. (2). £60 - £80 311 An early 20th Century Stevens & Williams polished intaglio decanter of shouldered form with dimple body below a silver hallmarked collar dated 1907 and spherical stopper, the whole decorated with stylised flowers and foliage, height 24cm. £120 - £150

312 A late 19th Century satin mould vase of ovoid form with collar neck and wide frill rim cased in clear over a pale blue with relief moulded loop pattern, height 20cm. £40 - £60

317 315 A late 20th Century studio glass bowl of compressed ovoid form with collar neck decorated with multicoloured spots over a purple iridescent ground, unmarked, width 13cm. £30 - £50

313 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass Girondale wall mirror with a bevelled edge shield shaped back mounted with a clear crystal foliate arm and rustic ruby hanging posy basket. £50 - £80 314 A mid 20th Century Vasart fruit set with one large and four small circular bowls with wave rim in a mottled green to white ground, acid signature, together with a similar loop handle basket. £50 - £80

316 A post war Italian Murano glass figure of a stylised crane, possibly Fratelli Toso, the clear crystal base rising to a mezza filigrana body in white twist canes with applied black detail. unmarked, height 20cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 317 A late 20th Century Boda artists collection vase designed by Bertil Vallien, of compressed shouldered ovoid form with drawn slender neck decorated with blue whiplash lines over a mottled tonal blue to white ground, retains original label, engraved signature, height 27cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80


Glass

318 A large late 19th Century Stevens & Williams flower basket of compressed ovoid form with a wide frill rim cased in graduated pink over an opal interior and heavily decorated with applied clear crystal flowering boughs and rustic form handle, height 26cm. ILLUSTRATED.

323 A pair of late 19th Century table lustres with domed foot, knopped column and ovoid bowl with scalloped rim, cased in green over clear and flash cut in a repeat panel and pin wheel star design, decorated with applied clear crystal buttons and albertine droppers, height 37cm. (2).

£250 - £300

£150 - £200

319 A large late 20th Century studio glass vase of swollen sleeve form decorated with applied mottled blue and citron spots over the frosted ground, indistinct signature, height 31cm.

324 A small collection of later 20th Century Isle of Wight glass to include a sleeve vase, spherical scent bottle and a pair of small stylised birds all with iridescent and gold aventurine decoration, tallest 16.5cm.

£60 - £80

£60 - £80 320 A part suite of post war Swedish stem ware by Skruf to include small, medium and large stem glasses with a wide circular foot, tapered stem and ovoid bowl in a dark smoke grey finish. £80 - £120

318 321 A Whitefriars textured range mobile phone vase designed by Geoffrey Baxter of rectangular form with relief moulded spots in cinnamon, height 16.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

322 A Whitefriars sun catcher of circular form with stylised sun mask face design to the yellow ground, width 18.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

325 A small later 20th Century Daum clear crystal glass vase of flared wrythen fluted form with a petal edged rim, engraved signature, height 11cm, together with an Orrefors shouldered scent bottle, height 14cm. (2). £30 - £40 326 An early 20th Century Continental posy bowl by Kralik of compressed ovoid form with triform rim decorated with applied iridescent green trailing over the pearlised ground, height 11cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80

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327 A 20th Century Continental pressed glass bowl of shallow circular form decorated with silver overlay in a repeat flag iris design within plain silver border, width 28cm. £50 - £80 328 A later 20th Century studio glass hand blown bowl raised to a scroll stem and spread base decorated with electroplated pewter metal deposit including flowers and foliage, height 14cm. £30 - £50

329 329 A late 19th Century Italian scramble weight in the manner of Bigaglia with random lattachino and cog canes with bronze aventurine, width 8cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 330 A large pair of late 19th Century Continental table lustres with a stepped circular foot rising to flared column and ovoid bowl with petal edged rim, decorated with hand enamelled flowers over the ruby washed ground with applied clear crystal buttons and albertine droppers, height 34cm. £60 - £80

331 331 A 19th Century Bohemian pedestal vase in the manner of Neuwelt or Moser, the circular spread foot rising to a large ovoid body with loop handles and finial topped cover, the body decorated with oval panels enamelled with a female portrait and floral spray opposing all to a ruby ground with gilded foliate scrolls, height 31cm. S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

332 332 A 19th Century Bohemian pedestal vase in the manner of Neuwelt or Moser, the circular spread foot rising to an ovoid body decorated with and oval panel enamelled with a female portrait all to a ruby ground with gilded foliate scrolls, height 29cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

333 A 1930’s pressed green glass dressing table set comprising of twin candlestick, jars, ring tree and shaped oval tray each with sailing boat decoration. £40 - £60 334 A pair of Whitefriars textured range vases designed by Geoffrey Baxter of slender sleeve form in ruby, both retain original labels, height 14cm. (2). £40 - £60

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335-393 Silver and Silver Plate

349 A Victorian hallmarked silver cylindrical lipstick scent bottle with engraved foliate decoration to whole with vacant cartouche to top and base, Chester 1899, height 6cm.

335 A pair of hallmarked silver tulip shaped bud vases, height 13cm, Birmingham 1906, together with a similar example, latter S/D. (3). £30 - £40

£100 - £150

336 A box of assorted silver and silver plated items to include cruet set, cocktail shaker, toast rack, scent bottles, hip flask etc. (qty).

350 A hallmarked silver and clear glass ink well, the square sectioned glass body below plain silver collar and hinged cover, London 1896, 10cm square.

£40 - £60 337 A pair of 19th Century silver plated candlesticks, circular bases with beaded collar below plain flaring columns and circular sconces, height 27cm.

£80 - £100 351 A cased set of six Scottish silver tea spoons each with a Celtic cross to terminal in the manner of Iona, Glasgow 1950.

£40 - £60 338 A pair of George III hallmarked silver old English pattern table spoons London 1819, together with a small oval pin dish. (3). £40 - £60 339 A George II hallmarked silver cushioned rectangular vinaigrette decorated with bright cut oak leaf details and script, length 3cm, Birmingham 1801 Matthew Linwood. S/D. £50 - £80

346 342 A matched pair of Victorian hallmarked silver cauldron salts of plain form with gadroon borders and raised on three shell feet, total weight 10.5oz, London 1862 and 1885, Hunt & Roskill. £200 - £300

£200 - £300 343 A silver plated Arts & Crafts cylindrical pepper pot with gadroon border and button finial, height 9cm. £30 - £50

340 A Victorian hallmarked silver rectangular cigarette case with engraved hunting dogs in a landscape setting to one side and foliate detail to the other, London 1877, length 8.5cm.

344 A late 19th Century silver plated oval twin handled tray decorated with engraved holly leaf and ivy within harebell borders, Richard Hodd & Son, length 46cm.

£50 - £80

£30 - £50

341 A hallmarked silver and clear cut glass dressing table jar and cover, together with a white metal twin handled sugar basin. (2).

345 A hallmarked silver and turned wooden pepper mill with central waisted wooden body within silver base and cover, 10cm high, London 1988.

£30 - £50

346 A George III hallmarked silver oval sweetmeat basket, pedestal foot below plain body with foliate engraved and reeded border all below conforming swing handle, length 18.5cm, London 1798. ILLUSTRATED.

347 A pair of Victorian hallmarked silver cauldron salts with part embossed decoration, beaded borders and raised on three claw feet, London 1861, R. Hennell. £100 - £150 348 A hallmarked silver cylindrical shaving brush case with engine turned decoration encompassing a shaving brush, London 1929, height 8cm.

£100 - £150 352 A George III hallmarked silver caddy spoon with bright cut floral bowl with part crimped border and conforming handle, Birmingham 1825. £80 - £120 353 A pair of George III hallmarked silver old English pattern sauce ladles, London 1813. (2). £60 - £80 354 A pair of hallmarked silver collared and clear cut glass scent bottles with banded details, together with a similar toddy jug, London 1911 and 1898 respectively. (3). £40 - £60

£80 - £120

£30 - £50

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361 A hallmarked silver stepped octagonal sugar caster terminating in pierced cover and stepped button finial, Birmingham 1970, height 18cm.

355 A hallmarked silver and onyx desk stand, the oval white onyx base supporting arched perpetual calendar and a domed topped ink well, Birmingham 1926, length 18cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£80 - £120

£140 - £180 362 A late 19th Century white metal circular salver with pierced floral gallery and raised on three pierced scroll feet, diameter 32cm, weight 28oz, Portuguese Oporto marks 1870/1877. ILLUSTRATED.

356 A pair of George III hallmarked silver sugar tongs with bright cut foliate and wriggle work decoration, London 1792. £30 - £40

£150 - £180 357 A 19th Century French silver rectangular snuff box with an engraved study of a seated greyhound to centre within foliate decorated borders, length 7.5cm.

355 363 A set of three George III hallmarked silver old English pattern table spoons, total weight 7oz, London 1818. (3).

£60 - £80

£50 - £80

358 A Victorian hallmarked silver and clear glass elongated rectangular dressing table box and cover with engraved foliate decoration to silver cover, London 1856, length 18cm.

364 A set of six hallmarked silver rosette pattern dessert spoons, total weight 11oz, Sheffield 1895. £80 - £120 365 A set of six hallmarked silver rosette pattern dessert forks, total weight 10oz, Sheffield 1895.

£30 - £50 359 A George III hallmarked silver boat shaped sugar basin with gadroon and shell detailed border terminating in twin coiled snake handles, all raised on four ball feet, weight 19oz, London 1811. ILLUSTRATED.

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366 Four hallmarked silver dessert spoons, together with three dessert forks, all old English pattern, together with two serving spoons, toasting fork etc. (11).

£180 - £220

£60 - £90

360 A hallmarked silver rectangular cigarette case with foliate engraved decoration, Birmingham 1920, together with a small fork and salt spoon. (3).

367 A pair of Art Nouveau Sterling silver pepperettes, a silver squat candlestick and pin tray and a small funnel. (5).

£30 - £50

£50 - £80

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368 Two plated sauce boats, a toast rack and an entree dish together with assorted flatware, also a brass adjustable toasting fork and two small brass boxes. (qty).

375 A hallmarked silver study of a standing donkey, London 1972, height 6cm, together with a similar smaller example of a dachshund and two thimbles. (4).

382 A pair of Edwardian hallmarked silver pedestal peppers each with part embossed and engraved decoration, Birmingham 1904, height 9cm.

£30 - £50

£40 - £60

£50 - £60

369 A hallmarked silver buckle, a white metal pounce pot, a plated thimbleful measure, a similar pair of tongs and two fish brooches. (6).

376 A pair of hallmarked silver old English pattern sauce ladles, Sheffield 1921, together with a silver plated soup ladle. (3).

£50 - £80

£40 - £60

383 A hallmarked silver sugar castor, circular stepped foot below plain body, pierced cover and stepped finial, Birmingham 1925, height 16cm.

370 A late 19th Century hallmarked silver lipstick scent bottle with foliate engraved and embossed decoration to whole, Sheffield 1898, height 5.5cm. S/D.

377 An early 20th Century rectangular green flash cut scent bottle terminating in foliate embossed silver cap, height 7cm.

£80 - £120

£50 - £80

£30 - £50 370A Four assorted early to late 20th Century hallmarked silver and cut glass scent bottles to include a modern pedestal example. (4)

378 A hallmarked silver sauce boat of plain form with acanthus capped scroll handle and raised on four pad feet, weight 6oz, Sheffield 1910. £50 - £80

£50 - £80 371 A hallmarked silver circular wine taster of plain form terminating in plain scroll handle, Birmingham 1969, diameter 10cm.

379 An Edwardian hallmarked silver cream jug part engraved with foliate scrolls, terminating in angular handle and raised on four bun feet, weight 6.5oz, Sheffield 1903.

£30 - £40

£50 - £80

372 A hallmarked silver miniature four piece tea set and rectangular twin handled tray, Birmingham 1972.

380 A hallmarked silver table spoon, butter knife and napkin ring, together with eight Continental white metal items of flatware. (12).

£40 - £60

384 An Edwardian hallmarked silver elongated rectangular sealing wax holder with side slide and engraved ruler to one side, London 1903, length 18cm. £140 - £180 385 A pair of hallmarked silver circular wine coasters of plain form each with central wooden base, London 1981, diameter 13cm. (2). £150 - £200 386 A George III hallmarked silver toddy ladle with beaded border and side spout below twisted whale bone handle, London 1790, Peter and Jonathan Bateman, length 38cm. £150 - £180

£60 - £90 373 Three hallmarked silver figures, one wearing a sandwich board, one sweeping and one polishing shoes, London 1971, tallest 5.5cm. £30 - £50 374 Three hallmarked silver figures, one organ grinder, one carpenter and one tramp, London 1971, tallest 5.5cm.

387 A hallmarked silver tea strainer and drip bowl, twin handled strainer and plain bowl raised on three pad feet, Birmingham 1977. £80 - £100 388 A pair of 18th Century silver scissor action sugar nips of typical form terminating in shell bowls, circa 1760, Simeon Coley. £60 - £80 389 A hallmarked silver boat shaped bon bon dish with pierced frieze and egg and dart border all below swing handle, Birmingham 1914, length 15cm. £80 - £120 390 A pair of late Victorian hallmarked silver cylindrical peppers each with pierced bodies encompassing blue glass liners, Birmingham 1894. £30 - £50 391 Two 19th Century Continental rectangular white metal snuff boxes with bright cut and engine turned decorations. (2). £100 - £140 392 A Victorian hallmarked silver and clear glass lipstick scent bottle, the diamond cut glass body below silver collar and foliate embossed hinged cover, Birmingham 1896, height 7cm. £30 - £50

381 A Victorian hallmarked silver and clear cut glass globular scent bottle, the cut glass body below silver screw cap with embossed acanthus leaf decoration, Chester 1898, height 15cm. ILLUSTRATED.

393 A parcel lot of assorted items to include a crumb brush, a silver purse, a plated caddy spoon etc. £100 - £150

£60 - £80

381

£30 - £50

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394-491 Jewellery

409 A row of uniform lapis lazuli beads with circular gilt spacers and stone set magnetic ball clasp, length 52cm, together with a matching pair of drop earrings. (2). £100 - £150

397 394 An early 20th Century hallmarked silver fetter and curb link Albert chain and fob, together with a similar example and a silver vesta case. (3). £30 - £40 395 Two early 20th Century hallmarked silver curb link Albert chains, together with a silver vesta case. (3). £30 - £40 396 A 9ct filed fancy curb link necklet terminating in lobster clasp, length 60cm, weight 25.5gm. £200 - £300 397 A pair of 18ct ruby and diamond cluster stud earrings, oval ruby within twelve brilliant cut diamond surround, all stones claw set, weight of rubies 2.76. ILLUSTRATED. £1,500 - £1,800 398 A contemporary platinum emerald and diamond ring, central oval emerald flanked by twin stepped collar set baguette cut diamonds. ILLUSTRATED. £2,000 - £2,500

399 A contemporary 18ct white gold aquamarine and diamond ring, emerald cut aqua flanked by twin baguette diamonds to each shoulder and diamond set shoulders. £1,350 - £1,450 400 A contemporary platinum diamond ring, central emerald cut claw set stone flanked by three further collar set diamonds to each shoulder, total weight of centre stone 1.50ct. £5,500 - £6,500 401 A 19th Century 15ct almandine garnet and split pearl bar brooch, three collar set cushioned rectangular garnets spaced by pearls. S/D. £30 - £50 402 A 19th Century 15ct emerald and split pearl cluster ring detailed with further pearls to shoulders.

398 404 A 22ct hallmarked D shaped wedding ring, weight 2.8g, Birmingham 1940. £40 - £60 405 A late 20th Century 18ct hallmarked white gold diamond daisy cluster ring with tapering diamond set shoulders. £50 - £60 406 A mid 20th Century 9ct hallmarked ladies Avia wrist watch, batons and Arabic numeral mix to a cream dial, all to a fitted 9ct chevron linked bracelet. £60 - £80 407 An 18ct emerald and diamond target cluster ring, central brilliant cut diamond within eight stone diamond surround in turn encompassed by eight emeralds spaced by further diamonds, all stones claw set,.

£40 - £60

£250 - £300

403 A small parcel lot costume jewellery to include jet brooch, plated pocket watch, modern silver scent bottle, cultured pearls etc. (qty).

408 A 1970’s 9ct hallmarked malachite pendant, circular collar set stone diameter 4.5cm below pendant loop, London 1973.

£40 - £60

£50 - £80

410 A modern 18ct aquamarine and diamond cluster ring modelled as a flower head, central aqua within twelve stone petal detailed surround, shank stamped 18ct. £100 - £150 411 A modern 14ct multi stone flexible bracelet comprising of twenty two various amethysts, garnet, peridot and other claw set stones, all terminating in tongue and box fastener, length 18cm. £80 - £120 412 An early 20th Century flapper hayseed link necklet spaced with twelve reconstituted amber beads, length 172cm. £80 - £120 413 A late 19th Century oval memorial brooch set with central oval foil back garnet with engraved and rope twist borders, S/D. £30 - £50 414 A later 20th Century ladies 9ct hallmarked Marvin wrist watch, batons to a champagne dial and integral mesh link bracelet, weight excluding movement 32gm, London 1979. £200 - £300 415 An early 20th Century 18ct ladies crown wind cylinder fob watch, Roman numerals to a gilt dial within foliate engraved case. £100 - £150

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416 A late 19th Century key wind 14ct ladies fob watch, Roman numerals to a white enamelled dial and foliate engraved case. £50 - £80 417 A pair of 18ct hallmarked white gold diamond solitaire stud earrings, brilliant cut claw set stones, total weight approximately .40ct. £200 - £250 418 A 9ct ladies Jaeger Le Coultre wrist watch, circular silvered dial with Arabic numerals and batons mix to an integral 9ct brick bracelet. £80 - £120 419 A hallmarked silver square brooch with central Ruskin style panel and leaf detailed border, Chester 1946, together with a similar oval example and an Egyptian inspired ring. (3). £30 - £40 420 An early 20th Century 9ct rose gold uniform curb link bracelet terminating in padlock fastener, weight 31gm. £200 - £300 421 An early 20th Century 9ct rose gold curb bracelet set with garnet and seed pearl, terminating in tongue and box fastener, weight 9gm. £60 - £80

424 423 An early 20th Century 9ct rose gold belcher link guard chain terminating in swivel clasp. weight 25.5gm. S/D.

425 427 A pair of 20th Century 9ct canted rectangular engine turned chain linked cufflinks, Birmingham 1961. £40 - £60

£60 - £80

£200 - £300 424 A Victorian 18ct hallmarked open faced key wind ladies fob watch, Roman numerals to white enamelled dial, London 1888. ILLUSTRATED.

431 A ladies 9ct hallmarked nurse’s watch with batons to a silvered dial suspended from conforming scroll detailed bar brooch.

428 A pair of 20th Century 9ct canted rectangular foliate engraved and dumb bell end chain linked cufflinks, with a pair of mother of pearl examples.

432 An early 20th Century 18ct hallmarked curb link bracelet terminating in tongue and box fastener, weight 41gm.

£40 - £60

£500 - £600

429 A mid 20th Century ladies 9ct Avia wrist watch, together with a similar silver example and a pair of 9ct drop earrings. (3).

433 Two mid 20th Century D shaped wedding rings, total weight 8gm. (2).

£200 - £300 425 A 19th Century hallmarked silver verge pair cased pocket watch, Roman numerals to a white enamelled dial, London 1826. ILLUSTRATED.

422 An early 20th Century rose gold curb link bracelet with six charms attached to include an American gold Dollar dated 1863, drilled, all terminating in padlock fastener weight 15.5gm.

£150 - £180

£120 - £180

£40 - £60

426 A pair of early 20th Century 9ct rectangular engine turned chain linked cufflinks with pale blue enamel detail to borders.

£150 - £200

£70 - £80 430 A 9ct hallmarked Byzantine pattern necklet terminating in box an tongue fastener, length 66cm, weight 42.5gm.

434 Two early 20th Century turquoise set dress rings, a pierced and an oval head example, both unmarked. (2). £40 - £60

£350 - £450

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445 A pair of 9ct hallmarked stud earring modelled as rose heads, together with a similar abstract pair, total weight 9gm. (2). £60 - £80

435 435 An early 20th Century 9ct amethyst and seed pearl ring, marquise foil backed amethyst within pearl surround, all to wire work shank. ILLUSTRATED.

446 A later 20th Century 9ct hallmarked cameo brooch, circular cameo profile of a young girl within foliate engraved border, diameter 4.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

437

£80 - £120 447 A pair of mid 20th Century 18ct diamond drop earrings, claw set old cut stone suspended from bar and stud drop.

£40 - £60 436 A late 19th Century 9ct hallmarked memorial ring with navy blue enamelled decoration around central oval glass panel, Birmingham 1871. S/D. £30 - £50 437 A 9ct hallmarked brick bracelet terminating in tongue and box fastener, width 13.5mm, weight 28.5gm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 438 An early 20th Century 9ct rose gold ladies wrist watch, Arabic numerals to a white enamelled circular dial, all to an expanding 9ct bracelet.

439

441 Two Edward VII half sovereigns dated 1902 and 1903.(2). £140 - £180 442 A pair of one tenth a Krugerrand earring dated 1980 and 1982 each soldered to a 9ct scroll pediment and French fittings. £100 - £150

£100 - £150 443 A 9ct hallmarked ladies mesh link wrist watch bracelet with fold over clasp, length 13.5cm, weight 21.5gm.

448 Four early 20th Century and later stone bar brooches to include turquoise, amethyst and pearl examples. (4).

£150 - £180

£60 - £80

444 A later 20th Century 9ct hallmarked circular floral brooch set with amethyst and cultured pearls, diameter 2.5cm, weight 7gm. ILLUSTRATED.

449 A pair of 9ct double drop cultured pearl earrings, together with a similar pair of stud examples and another pair. (3). £40 - £60

£40 - £60

£60 - £80 439 A mid 20th Century 9ct hallmarked mesh link bracelet terminating in fold over clasp, width 14mm, weight 35gm. ILLUSTRATED. £250 - £350 440 A George V full sovereign dated 1911 and a half sovereign dated 1913. (2). £200 - £300

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467 465 A late 20th Century gentleman’s 18ct filed curb link identity bracelet terminating in tongue and box fastener, length 20cm, weight 121.5gm.

450 An early 20th Century 9ct single stone amethyst brooch, circular claw set stone, together with a pair of pear shaped drop earrings. (2).

455 Three pairs of stone set earrings, coral, jade and turquoise stud and drop examples. (3).

460 An early 20th Century turned ivory bangle decorated with 18ct wire work details.

£30 - £50

£40 - £60

£30 - £40

456 Two early 20th Century paste set buckles, together with an oval Mizpah locket and two single rows of cultured pearls. (5).

461 A parcel lot of assorted later 20th Century costume jewellery to include earrings, brooches, Siam silver bracelet and brooches etc. (qty).

£1,800 - £2,000

£30 - £50

£800 - £900

462 A parcel lot of assorted later 20th Century quartz and other ladies and gentleman’s wrist watches. (qty).

467 A 18ct hallmarked Byzantium link chain terminating in tongue and box fastener, length 72cm, weight 51gm. ILLUSTRATED.

451 A 9ct citrene and seed pearl oval pendant suspended from a 9ct rose gold chain, together with a matched pair of earrings. (2). £60 - £80 452 An early 20th Century 9ct amethyst and seed pearl pendant, cushioned rectangular amethyst within pearl surround and suspended from a fine 9ct trace chain. £50 - £80 453 A pair of 9ct triple drop cultured pearl earrings, together with two pairs of single stud examples. (3). £50 - £80 454 A triple row of graduated cultured pearls terminating in amethyst and pearl set oval snap. length 52cm. £80 - £120

£30 - £50 457 A mid 20th Century 18ct diamond three stone ring, illusion set brilliant cut diamonds to platinum shoulders. £50 - £80

466 A 9ct hallmarked solid rope chain terminating in bolt ring fastener, length 72cm, weight 94.5gm.

£30 - £50

£750 - £850

458 A 14ct single stone moonstone ring, claw set stone flanked by leaf details, together with a similar cultured pearl example. (2).

463 An 18ct hallmarked diamond three stone ring, illusion set brilliant cut stones to split shoulders.

£30 - £50

£70 - £90

468 A later 20th Century 18ct hallmarked open curb link chain terminating in tongue and box fastener, length 81cm, weight 72.5gm.

459 A 20th Century 14ct cross decorated with blue enamel and cultured pearls to terminals, suspended form fine trace chain, one pearl missing.

464 A late 20th Century gentleman’s 18ct filed curb link bracelet terminating in tongue and box fastener, length 20cm, weight 110gm. ILLUSTRATED.

£40 - £60

£1,800 - £2,000

£1,000 - £1,500 469 A 9ct hallmarked fancy open shaped curb link necklet comprising of nineteen united pierced panels terminating in fold over clasp, length 38cm, weight 25gm. £180 - £200

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472 Five assorted Asian high carat jingle bangles to include pierced and diamond cut designs, total weight 69gm., S/D. (5). £1,200 - £1,800

477

473 A 22ct hallmarked D shaped wedding ring, weight 6gm, London 1920. £120 - £150 474 A cased Elizabeth II full sovereign dated 1980. £150 - £180

483

475 A cased 22ct Government of Gibraltar Nelson commemorative coin dated 1980, weight 16gm. £300 - £350 476 A unmarked shaped wedding ring, tests as gold, weight 3gm, together with two stone set paste rings. (3). £30 - £50

484 470 A later 20th Century South East Asian high carat box chain terminating in shepherd’s crook fastener, length 50cm, weight 30gm. £500 - £600 471 A later 20th Century South East Asian high filed flattened curb chain terminating in bolt ring fastener, length 56cm, weight 8.gm. £80 - £120

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477 An early 20th Century 18ct diamond ring comprising of two horizontal rows of five claw set brilliant cut stones to a scroll setting. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 478 A 9ct hallmarked emerald and diamond target ring, central diamond encompassed by emeralds in turn encompassed by brilliant cut diamonds, all stones claw set to knife edged shoulders. £550 - £650

479 A contemporary 9ct hallmarked white gold amethyst and diamond cluster ring, central emerald cut amethyst part collar set and flanked by spilt diamond set shoulders. £240 - £280 480 A 9ct hallmarked Edwardian style ruby and diamond ring, five graduated oval rubies spaced by diamond, all to a scroll head. £200 - £250 481 An 18ct hallmarked white gold diamond floodlight ring comprising of sixteen brilliant cut stones to a collar set square head. £250 - £300 482 A contemporary 18ct white gold sapphire and diamond ring, oval claw set sapphire and three quarter pave diamond set shank. £300 - £350 483 A 9ct white gold diamond ring, pave set head to a stylised palm leaf and plain shank. ILLUSTRATED. £350 - £400 484 A 9ct hallmarked white gold modern amethyst and diamond ring, central oval amethyst to part pave set diamond off set square head. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

485 A 9ct hallmarked zodiac pendant Aquarius suspended form a 9ct belcher chain, total weight 14gm. £100 - £150 486 A gentleman’s gold plated Rado Jubile quartz wrist watch, black dial with four set stones and date facility, all to a mesh link bracelet. £150 - £200 487 An Egyptian gold torque bangle with central cartouche and pierced decoration, weight 18gm. £200 - £250 488 A 20th Century gold plated crown wind open faced pocket watch, together with two silver and two nickel plated examples, S/D (5). £60 - £80 489 A mid 20th Century gentleman’s 9ct hallmarked Crusader wrist watch Arabic numerals and batons mix to a circular silvered dial to a leather strap, Birmingham 1949. £50 - £60 490 Eight silver assorted shield shaped fobs, various styles and dates, together with a plated vesta case and a charm. (qty). £30 - £40 491 Four late 19th Century bog wood and jet oval brooches, together with a similar buckle each detailed with foliate decoration. (5). £40 - £60


492-586 Paintings and Prints

492 BEN MAILE - Fishermen unloading their boat at low tide with a harbour building and wall distant, watercolour, signed and framed, 74cm x 56cm. £100 - £150 493 GRENVILLE COTTINGHAM RSMA RBA - Gas Street Basin, Birmingham, watercolour, signed and dated 81 and a signed print by the same artist, 17.5cm x 22cm. (2). £50 - £80 494 3 TONY SUGDEN ( - d.2009) - Birds and Tree, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1998, 82cm x 61cm. £80 - £120 495 3 FRANCIS G TROTT (fl. 1935 1960) - Church Street, Minehead, Somerset, oil on board, 41cm x 50cm, see verso, framed. £100 - £150 496 3 FRANCIS G TROTT (fl 1935 1960) - Dunster Castle, Somerset, oil on board, 48cm x 58cm, see verso, framed. £100 - £150 497 3 FRANCIS G TROTT (fl 1935 1960) - Porlock Weir, Somerset, oil on canvas, 51cm x 61cm, see verso, framed. £100 - £150 498 NICK COTTON - Minehead Harbour, oil on board , 44cm x 60cm, signed and dated 1994, framed. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 499 FOLLOWER OF THOMAS SYNDEY COOPER - Cattle at rest in a rural setting, oil on canvas, 34cm x 44cm, framed. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80

500 ENGLISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) - Farm building with cattle to the fore, oil on canvas, 30cm x 50cm, framed. £50 - £80 501 TERENCE CUNEO - Flying Scotsman, limited edition coloured print, signed in pencil to margin by the artist, Sir William McAlpine and Alan Pegler, numbered 32 of 850, 60cm x 70cm, framed. £100 - £150 502 TERENCE CUNEO - Last of the Steam Workhorses, limited edition coloured print, signed in pencil to margin by the artist, numbered 32 of 850, 50cm x 64cm, framed. £100 - £150

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503 SCHOOL OF KYFFIN WILLIAMS Watercolour and pencil study of a border collie, monogrammed signature, framed, 24cm x 19cm. £50 - £80 504 ENGLISH SCHOOL (LATE 19TH CENTURY) - A winter scene with distant church, oil on canvas, signed with initials ‘J.B.’, 25.5 x 39cm also the companion - a pair (2). £50 - £80

499

505 3 GEORGE MANCHESTER ARCA (1922 - 1996) - A view of Delft, oil on board, signed with monogram, bears label dated 1981 verso, 39cm x 48cm. £250 - £300 506 3 GEORGE MANCHESTER ARCA (1922 - 1996) - Crepuscule Moonrise, oil on board, signed and dated 1979, 39cm x 55cm. ILLUSTRATED. £250 - £300

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510 3 GEORGE MANCHESTER ARCA (1922 - 1996) - Light Snow, Tooting Common, oil on board, signed with monogram, inscribed verso, 44cm x 60cm. £250 - £300 511 3 GEORGE MANCHESTER ARCA (1922 - 1996) - Street scene, oil on board, signed with monogram and dated (19)79, 42cm x 34.5cm. £120 - £180 512 3 GEORGE MANCHESTER ARCA (1922 - 1996) - The Lock, near Richmond, Surrey, oil on board, signed with monogram, inscribed verso, 25cm x 29.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

507

507 3 GEORGE MANCHESTER ARCA (1922 - 1996) - Towpath and Footbridge, Richmond, Surrey, oil on board, signed with monogram, bears label verso, 49cm x 89.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

508 3 GEORGE MANCHESTER ARCA (1922 - 1996) - Geese and Snow, Streatham Common, oil on canvas, signed with monogram, inscribed and dated 1975 verso, 51cm x 61cm.

£300 - £400

£150 - £250

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509 3 GEORGE MANCHESTER ARCA (1922 - 1996) - Into the Sun, oil on board, signed with monogram, 50cm x 55.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500

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513

513 3 GEORGE MANCHESTER ARCA (1922 - 1996) - The Thames by moonlight with the Houses of Parliament, oil on board, signed with monogram, 28cm x 38cm. ILLUSTRATED.

516

516 3 GEORGE MANCHESTER ARCA (1922 - 1996) - ‘On the Lake’, oil on board, signed with monogram, 49.5cm x 59cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500

517 3 GEORGE MANCHESTER ARCA (1922 - 1996) - ‘Table Laid for Supper’, oil on board, signed with monogram and dated (19)82, 58cm x 72.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

518 ALEXANDER AUSTIN (1891 1909) - The Clock Maker and companion The Locksmith, oil on canvas, signed 45cm x 29cm (2). PART ILLUSTRATED.

£400 - £600

£300 - £400

£300 - £500 514 3 GEORGE MANCHESTER ARCA (1922 - 1996) - ‘Street scene, Boulogne’, pastel drawing, signed with monogram and dated (19)79, inscribed verso, 22.5cm x 17cm. £100 - £150 515 3 GEORGE MANCHESTER ARCA (1922 - 1996) - ‘Westminster Embankment’, oil on canvas, signed with monogram and dated (19)80, inscribed verso, 51cm x 77cm. £400 - £600

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519

519 THOMAS HENRY HUNN (1857 1928) - ‘St Catherines Court Somersetshire’, watercolour, signed 28cm x 38cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400

523

524 MACKENZIE THORPE - Once In A Blue Moon, limited edition photo lithography print , signed and tilted to mount number 131 of 195, 82cm x 70cm, framed. ILLUSTRATED.

529 MARK SPAIN - Three limited edition prints, American Dream no 186 of 295, Red Hot no 11 of 39 and Classic Cool no 37 of 395, each with certificate of authenticity, each 48cm x 58cm, all framed. (3).

528 DOUG HYDE - Bear Hug, limited edition print, signed in pencil to mount, number 406 of 595, 28cm x 38cm, with certificate of authenticity, framed. £200 - £300

£120 - £180

£400 - £600 520 J.J.HUGHES - Bridge at St. Asaph, Flintshire, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1888, unframed, 41cm x 56cm. £60 - £80 521 D GLOVER - Figure in a sunlit tree lined lane, oil on canvas, signed, 38.5cm x 50cm. £40 - £60 522 F PARKE - Entrance to a harbour possibly North Cornwall, watercolour, signed 33cm x 23cm. £40 - £60 523 3 HOWARD WALFORD (1864 1950) - Watercolour the cottage gardener, signed and labelled on verso, 22cm x 36cm. ILLUSTRATED.

525 MACKENZIE THORPE - To The Job, limited edition photo lithography print, signed and tilted to mount, number 85 of 850, 38cm x 51cm, framed, with certificate. £200 - £300 526 DOUG HYDE - Boy Racers, limited edition print, signed and titled to mount, number 47 of 195, 58cm x 74cm, framed. £200 - £300 527 DOUG HYDE - Hugs, limited edition print, signed in pencil to mount, number 279 of 595, 28cm x 38cm, framed. £100 - £150

£80 - £120

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530 MARK SPAIN - A set of four prints Waiting For Him and The Encounter, each signed in pencil to mount 20cm x 18cm, each with certificate of authenticity, all framed. (4). £50 - £80 531 PETER SMITH - Forever By Your Side, limited edition print, signed and titled to mount numbered 278 of 295 34cm x 59cm with certificate of authenticity, framed. £40 - £60 532 EVE ARNOLD - Getting Ready, Los Angeles 1960, limited edition print depicting Marilyn Monroe, signed in pencil to mount number 206 of 495, 50cm x 34cm, framed. £40 - £60

537

533

533 MARY E. ODDIE (EARLY 20TH CENTURY) - Roses in a vase, oil on board, signed, 39.5cm x 29.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

537 HENRY E. HOBSON, (fl.1857 1866) - Study of a young girl carrying a flagon, oil on panel, signed, 20cm x 14cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£80 - £120

£80 - £120

534 HENRY FOLEY (1848 - 1874) Rheims Cathedral, oil on canvas, signed, signed and inscribed verso, 34cm x 24cm.

538 FRENCH SCHOOL (LATE 18TH CENTURY) - Portrait of a lady wearing a lace bonnet, bust length, oil on board, oval, 17cm x 11.5cm.

£60 - £80

£60 - £80

535 WILLIAM HUGHES (1842 - 1901) Still life composition with dead rabbit and glazed pot, oil on board, signed and dated 1877, 20cm x 28.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

535

539 H. MAGENIS (LATE 19TH CENTURY) - ‘The Old Everton Toffee Shop’, watercolour, signed and dated 1892, 18cm x 26cm together with another similar (2).

£80 - £120

£80 - £120

536 A.M.LAWLEY (LATE 19TH CENTURY) - Apples on a bank, watercolour, signed, 17cm x 23cm.

540 VICTOR L. PRESCOTT (20TH CENTURY) - A garden in summer, watercolour, signed and dated 1922, 25cm x 50.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£30 - £40 540

£30 - £50

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541 A. BECHTER (20TH CENTURY) A Continental river scene, watercolour, signed, 21cm x 37cm.

542 545 RALPH TODD (1856 - 1932) - ‘A stitch in time’, watercolour, signed, 24cm x 16.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£30 - £40

£100 - £150 543

542 FOLLOWER OF DAVID COX (1783-1859) - Cattle watering in a wooded river landscape, watercolour, bears signature, 23.5cm x 26.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £30 - £50 543 EDWARD H. RICHARDSON - A view of a cathedral, watercolour, signed, circa 1930, 48cm x 31cm. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80 544 G.O.OWEN (fl. 1887 - 1912) - ‘The Fisherman’, watercolour, signed and dated (18)92, 26cm x 19cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

544

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558 DUTCH SCHOOL (LATE 19TH CENTURY) - Flowers in a copper urn on a ledge, oil on canvas,.

546 GEORGE PHOENIX (1863 - 1935) - ‘Breaking Waves’, watercolour, signed with monogram, 30cm x 51cm.

£80 - £120

£40 - £60 559 H.CHILTON (20TH CENTURY) Autumnal wooded landscape, oil on canvas, signed, 61cm x 77cm.

547 ENGLISH SCHOOL - Oil on board, a harbour view, probably St Ives with Smeaton’s Pier to the distance, 31cm x 43cm. ILLUSTRATED.

£30 - £40 560 FRANK GREENWOOD (1883 1954) - The Old Seven Stars Inn, Manchester, etching, signed in pencil, 40cm x 46cm.

£30 - £50 548 HANNAH PALMER (EARLY 19TH CENTURY) - ‘L’Avocatella, Corpo de Cava, Italy’, pencil and wash drawing, signed and dated 1838, 22cm x 30cm. £60 - £80 549 REVELL N. BURT (Ex. 1885 1892) - ‘Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland’, oil on board, signed and dated 1887, 12cm x 21cm. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80 550 ENGLISH SCHOOL - Portrait of a lady with curled hair, bust length, oil on panel, oval, 8cm x 5cm. £100 - £150

£60 - £80

547

553 MANNER OF WILLEM VAN AELST (20TH CENTURY COPY) Summer blooms and fruit on a marble ledge, oil on canvas, 86cm x 71cm.

555 ENGLISH SCHOOL (EARLY 19TH CENTURY) - ‘The Castle Keep’; monochrome wash, 20cm x 15cm.

£100 - £150

556 R.ROBERTS (20TH CENTURY) ‘Black Beck’, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1967, 26cm x 34cm.

£40 - £60

554 GEORGE HOUSTON (1869-1947) - ‘Kilchurn’, etching, signed in pencil, 18cm x 25cm together with two etchings, the first by James McIntyre, the second by A.Simes (3).

£60 - £80 557 WILLIAM STONE (fl 1865 - 1877) A crofter’s cottage in a Highland river landscape, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1916, 51cm x 76cm.

£80 - £120

551 REX VICAT COLE (1870 - 1940) ‘The Old Yew Tree’, oil on panel, signed, inscribed ‘sketch’, dated 1905, 30cm x 39cm.

£100 - £150

£120 - £180

561 E.VERNON (LATE 19TH CENTURY) - Cattle on a rural road, oil on canvas, signed, 31cm x 47cm. £60 - £80 562 JOHN HENRY BOEL (LATE 19TH CENTURY) - A cottage in an extensive river landscape, oil on canvas, signed, 51cm x 66cm. £80 - £120 563 JOHN FULLWOOD (1854 - 1931) ‘Loch Katrine’, etching, signed in pencil, 29CM x 24cm. £50 - £80 564 ENGLISH SCHOOL (LATE 19TH CENTURY) - A village street scene with cart and figures, oil on canvas, 8cm x 29cm. £80 - £120

552 W.R.WATERS (fl. 1838-1867) Portrait of a lady in mourning dress, sitting in an interior, half length, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1877, 90cm x 70cm.

565 J.WATSON - A moorland landscape, oil on canvas, signed, 20cm x 30cm. £60 - £80

£120 - £180

549

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566 E.GREIG HALL - ‘Duddon Bridge, Cumbria’, watercolour, signed, 54.5cm x 75cm, together with two other similar examples. (3). £100 - £150 567 A pair of 20th Century watercolour portrait studies of an emperor and empress, seated and dressed in decorative robes, laid down on scroll backing, 74cm wide x 150cm high. (2). £100 - £150 568 A.E. KEYWORTH - High Street, Hoddesdon, watercolour 27cm x 37cm, framed. £30 - £50 569 GEORGE ARTHUR FRIPP (1813 - 1896) Cottages by a river, watercolour, 11.5cm x 23cm. £60 - £80 570 CONSTANCE ETHEL ROWLANDS - ‘...And there stood the figure of a man....’, gouache illustration, signed, 32cm x 22cm. £60 - £80 571 ENGLISH SCHOOL (MID 19TH CENTURY) ‘Figures in a street scene with church beyond, pencil and wash drawing, signed indistinctly, 40cm x 30cm.

572

£80 - £120 572 GERMAN SCHOOL (LATE 17TH CENTURY) - ‘St.Matthew and the Angel’, oil on canvas, 62cm x 49cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800 573 ENGLISH SCHOOL (EARLY 20TH CENTURY) - ‘St.Mark’s, Venice’, pencil and wash drawing, 26.5cm x 43cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 574 ENGLISH SCHOOL (LATE 19TH CENTURY) - ‘Harvest Time’, oil on canvas, 31cm x 61cm. £40 - £60

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575 575 3 ATTRIBUTED TO FRANK THOMAS COPNALL (1870 - 1949) Portrait of Amy Wolff (1857 1927), bust length, oil on canvas, 47cm x 39cm. ILLUSTRATED.

580

578 3 JOHN SHARMAN (AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL b.1939 - ) - A farm in the Outback, oil on board, signed, 21cm x 23.5cm.

581 ENGLISH SCHOOL (LATE 19TH CENTURY) - Sunset scene with beached fishing boat, oil on canvas, 24cm x 34.5cm.

£40 - £60

£30 - £40

579 ENGLISH SCHOOL (LATE 19TH CENTURY) - Portrait of Mark Wolff (1792 - 1879), bust length, oil on canvas, 48cm x 38cm.

582 ATTRIBUTED TO SAMUEL GILLESPIE PROUT (1822 - 1911) Figures at a fountain, watercolour, inscribed ‘Rouen’, 31.5 x 23cm also the companion - a pair (2).

£250 - £350

£250 - £350 576 3 FLORENCE ENGELBACH (1872 1951) - ‘The Bridge, St.Jean de Luz’, oil on board, signed, bears artist’s label verso, 24cm x 33cm.

£250 - £350

£20 - £30

585 F.MILTON CASHMORE - Venetian Scene, watercolour, signed, unframed, 25.5cm x 36cm. £20 - £30

£80 - £120

£80 - £120 577 LAVINIA HOFFMAN - ‘Angels’, gouache, signed and dated 1943 verso, 35cm x 48cm.

584 3 ATTRIBUTED TO FRANK THOMAS COPNALL (1870-1949) - Portrait of Alfred Wolff (1853 1911) bust length, oil on canvas, 47cm x 38.5cm.

580 ATTRIBUTED TO ABRAHAM SOLOMON (1824 - 1862) Portrait of Abraham Wolff (1819 1892), bust length, oil on canvas, 38 x 30cm. ILLUSTRATED.

583 JACOB BROOKS (b.1877 - ) Thatched cottages in a wooded landscape, watercolour, signed, 25cm x 35cm.

£300 - £500

£40 - £60

586 HILDA MARY PEMBERTON Low Water, etching, signed and inscribed in pencil, 14.5cm x 22cm. £40 - £60

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587-706 Collectables

590

589 An early 20th Century dapple grey rocking horse, later saddle and mane, on trestle base, 94cm wide.

595 A collection of Halcyon Days enamel boxes and egg patch boxes various titles (qty).

£200 - £300

£80 - £120

590 An ivory netsuke in the form of a closed oyster shell covered in barnacles, with signature next to the himitoshi (cord holes), approximate length 4cm. ILLUSTRATED.

596 A collection of eight 1960's and 1970's film posters, titled 'Stop Calling Me Baby', 'The Mechanic', 'Death Is Where Your Victory', 'A Man To Respect', 'Silver Streak',' Madame An Gene', 'A Gent 077 from Orient with Fury' and 'Zorro'. (8)

£100 - £150

601 A 19th Century brass oil lamp with raised on three scroll lion paw feet and terminating in quilted graduating clear to cranberry glass shade, 54cm high. £60 - £80 602 A collection of twenty two ‘Just The Right Shoe’ figurines comprising Ravishing Red, Brocade Court, Italian Racer, Pave’, Opera Boot, En Pointe, Silver Cloud, Tying the Knott, Rose Court, Pearl Mule, Jewelled Heel Pump, The Empress, Sumptuous Quilt, Teetering Court, Deco Boot, Afternoon Tea, Leopard Stilleto, Promenade, Blush, Versailles, Bordeaux, Frosted Fantasy and Rose Court, all boxed as new.

£80 - £120 591 A carved ivory figure of a farm worker holding a hook in his right hand and with a basket slung over his left shoulder, with signature seal to the base, some damage and losses, height 16cm. ILLUSTRATED.

597 A 19th Century French gilt circular centre piece, red glazed and edged circular stand supported by three angels on acanthus mounts and swept hoof legs to a tricorn base, 35.5cm high.

£100 - £150

£40 - £60

603 A pair of Oriental coloured needlework panels, birds in sea beneath symbols and a blue sky, 28cm x 31cm (2).

£100 - £150

591 587 Dale (J) - Warwickshire County Biographies, tooled leather binding, published by J.G Hammond and Company London and Birmingham. £100 - £150 588 A post war abstract polished bronze sculpture with a pyramid block and two splayed arms with a central suspended ball, unsigned, height 31cm. £100 - £150

592 A small carved ivory figure of a huntsman holding a gun over his shoulder from which a rabbit is suspended, with signature seal to the base, height 10cm, together with a small ivory circular box with a threaded cover carved with the profile of a head of a tiger, diameter 4.5cm, damages to both pieces. (2). £50 - £80 593 A 19th Century rosewood writing slope with brass borders and central cartouche, together with three similar work boxes, all S/D. (4).

598 A George III mahogany document box, lift lid with interior lid and twin brass carrying handles, 46cm wide.

£40 - £60

£40 - £60

604 A 1920’s oak cased mantle clock, silvered dial by the Goldsmiths and Silversmith Company, Regent Street London, 22cm high.

599 A George III oak brass cornered cutlery box, fitted trays to the interior, brass carrying handles, 50cm wide.

£40 - £60

£40 - £60

605 A pair of early 20th Century Japanese cloisonne studies of seated ducks with gilt highlights to a blue ground, length 11cm. (2). ILLUSTRATED.

600 A 19th Century mahogany and brass banded and cornered writing slope, fitted interior, 45cm wide. £50 - £80

£200 - £250

£30 - £50 594 An early 20th Century crystoleum depicting children playing, together with a similar example to two young girls reading a letter, framed. S/D. (2). £60 - £80 605

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606 A post 1950’s walnut Art Deco style barometer, 64cm high. £30 - £50 607 A brass tazza with central copper circular panel embossed with the profile of a young maiden, diameter 12cm. £30 - £40

613 An early 20th Century American eight day wall clock with brass bell below, Roman numerals to a silvered dial. £40 - £60 614 An early 20th Century bronze study of a dragon upon a ball, possibly a table lighter, 12cm high. £40 - £60

608

608 A 19th Century oval pique tortoiseshell box decorated with central birds and flowers within egg and dart borders, length 7.5cm. ILLUSTRATED.

615 An early 20th Century ivory study of three seated lions carved in the round, 4.5cm high. £40 - £60

£150 - £180 609 A 1920’s mahogany floor standing cabinet gramophone with internal speaker grill enclosed by a pair of doors over a cupboard base and raised on shell carved cabriole legs terminating in claw and ball feet, 115cm high. £60 - £90 610 A late 19th Century bronze bust of Queen Victorian to a cylindrical base, 15cm high.

616 A carved hardwood walking cane inscribed ‘Made by P of War, Boer Camp, Ceylon 1902’, together with a silver topped example, latter S/D. (2). £40 - £60 617 An early 20th Century WMF polished pewter dish in the form of an ivy leaf with whiplash handle decorated with berries, stamped mark, measures 24cm. £40 - £60

£30 - £50 611 An early 20th Century Vienna wall clock with a sprung-driven movement. £30 - £50

618 An early 20th Century taxidermy study of a Barn Owl, set to a naturalistic setting upon a plinth and beneath a glass dome. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

612 An early 20th Century carved soapstone landscape study of a mountainous landscape with houses and prunus trees, all to a pierced and scroll detailed base, length 27cm. £50 - £80

619 A 19th Century bronze incense burner, circular dished top on three griffin style legs terminating in hoof feet together with a similar inkwell of urn shaped classical form, a single andiron and a single candlestick (4). £50 - £80

618

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633 Two felt Golly’s two Norah Wellings dolls, a Merrythought Jerry etc (qty).

620 A pair of late 19th Century bronzed French Empire style candlesticks on tripod hoof feet, 34cm high.

£40 - £60

£40 - £60 634 A 20th Century Olympic teddy bear, jointed limbs and a similar blond plush bear, 74cm long (2).

621 A pair of 19th Century brass Gothic sconce wall brackets, pierced swept arms, 39cm wide, a smaller pair and a pair of acanthus picture frames (8).

£50 - £80 635 Two 19th Century gilt metal foundry horse embellishments, framed and one glazed (2).

£40 - £60 622 A near pair of miniature cloisonne ovoid vases decorated with flowers on a pale blue and green ground, 6cm high S/D (2).

£80 - £120 636 An early 20th Century double brass beaded edge fender, 134cm long.

£50 - £80 623 A Triang toy mangle with wooden rollers and an iron frame, together with a galvanized bucket, wash tub and wash board (4).

£40 - £60 637 A 20th Century copper bulkhead starboard lantern, 42cm high.

£40 - £60

£50 - £80

624 A Tuck’s zig-zaw wooden fret cut jigsaw puzzle (boxed), an embossed decorative tin and a collection of commemorative buttons (qty). £40 - £60 625 A late 19th to early 20th Century French boulle work mantle clock, the cartouche-shaped case with gilt metal mounts enclosing a Roman numeralled dial, the movement striking on the halfhour, 37cm high, together with a later associated plinth and dome. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £250

638 A near pair of 19th Century percussion pistols, A/F (2). £60 - £80

625 627 A Victorian white painted wire framed cot 55cm long and a stained pine cot with sprung base, 60cm (2). £40 - £60

630 An Armand Marseille bisque head doll open close eyes, open mouth marked A 4/0 M, a similar doll lacking hair and four other dolls including a composition doll (6). £50 - £80

628 An Armand Marseille dream baby bisque head doll, jointed composition body marked 341/ 3K in green wool outfit, together with a bisque head doll in blue printed dress (2).

631 A small French doll open close eyes, three similar smaller dolls a black composition doll celluloid doll and a Pelham puppet (7). £40 - £60

626 A Victorian brass mounted mahogany cribbage board, together with a figured walnut desk stand fitted with two glass inkwells, the covers modelled as jockey hats, 26cm wide. (2).

£50 - £80 629 A Kopplesdorf bisque head doll open eyes and mouth marked A 9 M, jointed composition body, 50cm long.

632 A 20th Century bond plush teddy bear, stitched nose and pads lacking eyes, together with similar smaller bears, seals and animals (qty).

£40 - £60

£50 - £80

£50 - £80

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639 A 19th Century Afghan percussion banded musket, 125cm barrel. A/F. £50 - £80 640 A small pair of carved bellows initialled and dated 1914, a mother of pearl inlaid box decorated with a Chinese figure, a Chinese lacquer string box, a pewter owl pepperette, an orange peeler and a olive scoop (5). £40 - £60


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649 A late 19th Century polished slate cased mantle clock in the Aesthetic taste, possibly Lewis Day, with a blue and white dial detailed with a scene of harvesters above a foliate detailed border and a presentation plaque to the base, 28cm wide x 43cm high. ILLUSTRATED.

641 A German bayonet stamped GEBR Hartkopf Soligen and H Mundlos & Co Magdeberg together with a similar bayonet stamped E 7 F Horster Solingen (2). £50 - £80 642 A 1950’s model of brass winged gulls on a rock stack, width 59cm.

£200 - £300 650 A 20th Century Continental ribbed body wooden bucket with a brass sway handle, 32cm high.

£50 - £80 643 A 20th Century Japanese bronze tsuba decorated with peony flowers, 8cm wide.

£80 - £120 651 A late 19th Century brass carriage clock, Roman numerals to a white enamelled dial, striking on a gong, height 14cm, all within conforming leather case.

£40 - £60 644 A 20th Century carved hardwood netsuke in the form of a ball and decorated with Chinese zodiac symbols, diameter 4cm.

£80 - £120

£50 - £80

652 A late 19th Century brass carriage clock, Roman and Arabic numerals to a white enamelled dial, height 11cm. ILLUSTRATED.

645 A 20th Century enamelled model of an elephant and howdah, height 9cm. £40 - £60

£80 - £120

649

653 A late 19th Century brass carriage clock, Roman numerals to a white enamelled dial, height 7cm, all within conforming leather case. S/D. ILLUSTRATED.

646 A 1930’s ebonite table lamp in the form of a ships wheel, embroidered with a study of the Golden Hind, 27cm high. £40 - £60

£80 - £120

647 A small Norah Wellings sailor doll for the Oriana, a QEII felt pennant, four postcards and two related booklets (6).

654 Three albums of early 20th Century postcards to include scenic views, greetings cards and some silk cards. (Qty).

£40 - £60

£60 - £80

648 An Old Hall Alveston stainless teapot, milk and sugar designed by Robert Welch, stamped marks to the base. (3).

655 An early 20th Century walnut eight day strike wall clock, the white enamelled dial lettered ‘Sir Stanley Baldwin, Stourport Manor’, A/F.

£50 - £80

£120 - £180 652

653

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656 A parcel lot of assorted to include three Falkland Islands Liberation Proof Sets and three similar crowns, Jubilee and Churchill crowns.(qty).

662 MONKHOUSE,W.COSMO,’The Turner Gallery’, published by Virtue and Co., London, 1878, blue cloth boards with red leather spines, folio, 3 vols. (3).

£30 - £50

£50 - £70

657 Cassell and Company Ltd (publishers) ‘ The Life and Times of Queen Victoria’, published circa 1900, 4 vols., gilt embossed red cloth boards, 4to., also Crewswicke, Louis,’The Life of the Rt.Hon.Joseph Chamberlain’, 4 vols. (8).

663 POYNTER,SIR EDWARD J.,’The National Gallery’, published by Cassell and Co.,Ltd, London, 1899, numbered 660/1000, three quarter morocco and green cloth boards, raised bands with gilt lettering, folio, 3 vols. (3). £80 - £120

£30 - £50 658 EDINBURGH REVIEW vols.51-114 (1830-1861) + 2 indexes, gilt lettered calf spines and marbled boards, 8vo.(65). £50 - £70 659 PUNCH MAGAZINE, five bound volumes circa 1880, fourteen vols. Chamber’s Journal, 1860-1879 and various other late 19th Century reference works (24). £40 - £60 660 LYTTLETON,GEORGE COURTNEY,’The History of England’, published by J.Stratford, London, 1802, calf boards, 4 vols., 4to.(4). £80 - £120 661 D’OYLY, REV.GEORGE AND MANT,REV.RICHARD,’The Holy Bible’, published by The Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1817, leather boards, 3 vols., 4to. (3). £60 - £80

664 HINTON,JOHN HOWARD,’History of the United States of America’, published by J & F Tallis, London circa 1850, embossed blue cloth boards, 6 vols., 4to also Tyrell, Henry,’The History of the War with Russia’, red cloth boards, 6 vols., 4to. (12). £100 - £150

667 ‘Elegant Extracts in Poetry’, published London 1805, leather boards, 4to. also the companion ‘Elegant Extracts in Prose’, and a quantity of other 19th Century leather bound reference works (16).

673 KINGSTON, WILLIAM H.G., ‘Great African Travellers’, published by George Routledge and Sons, London, 1874, embossed calf boards, 8vo, also a quantity of other leather bound novels and reference works.

£60 - £80

£50 - £70

668 LEVER,CHARLES, ‘Charles O’Malley, the Irish Dragoon’, published by Chapman and Hall, London, 1857, marbled boards with green leather spine, 3 vols., 8to., also a quantity of other 19th Century leather bound novels and reference works (38).

674 SHEARMAN, MONTAGUE, ‘Athletics and Football’, published by Longmans, Green and Co.,London, 1889, The Badminton Library, embossed red calf boards, 4to., also a large quantity of other leather bound novels and reference works (approx. 60).

£60 - £80

£100 - £150

669 HOOKE NATHANIEL ‘The Roman History’, published by Baynes et al, London, 1825, gilt tooled calf boards, 6 vols.,4to, also a quantity of other 19th Century leather bound reference works (29).

675 JONES JAMES P., ‘History of the Parish of Tettenhall’, published by Simpkin,Marshall, Hamilton,Kent and Co.,London,1894, brown cloth boards, 4to, also a quantity of other reference works and novels ( approx. 25).

£100 - £150 665 CERVANTES,’The History of Don Quixote’, published by Cassell,Petter and Galpin, London circa 1875, red leather boards, folio, also The Library Shakespeare, 6 vols. and various other poetry and prose volumes (15). £50 - £70 666 THACKERAY, WILLIAM MAKEPEACE,’Vanity Fair’, published by Smith,Elder and Co.,London,1880, calf spine with marbled boards, 8vo., also the 11 other volumes, Reed,Isaac,’The Plays of William Shakespeare’, 12 vols. (24). £60 - £80

£60 - £80 670 MAYHEW,HENRY and CRUIKSHANK,GEORGE,’1851 The World’s Show’, published by David Bogue, London, brown cloth boards with calf spine, 4to. £30 - £50 671 DANIEL, REV.WILLIAM B., ‘Rural Sports’, published by Longman,Hurst, Rees and Orme, London, 1801, gilt lettered calf boards, 4to. £50 - £80 672 CHURCHILL, JOHN, (publisher), ‘Poems by C.Churchill’, published 1766, red leather boards, 2 vols., 4to., and a quantity of other leather bound reference works (17). £80 - £120

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676 BROCKENDON,W.’Finden’s Illustrations of the Life of Lord Byron’, published by John Murray, London, 1833, red leather boards, 2 vols, 4to, also a quantity of other leather bound reference works and novels. ( 28). £100 - £150 677 BUFFON’S NATURAL HISTORY, abridged, published by C. & G. Kearsley, London, 1792, leather spine with marbled boards, 2 vols.,4to. (2). £60 - £80


Collectables

678 THE BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER, published by Joseph Bentham, Cambridge, 1764, embossed brown suede boards, 4to., also a large quantity of other leather bound reference works and novels (33). £80 - £120 679 GOLDSMITH,OLIVER,’The Works of Oliver Goldsmith’, published by Henry G.Bohn, London, 1845, gilt tooled green leather boards, 4 vols., 8vo., also Gibbon, Edward, ’The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire’, 1802 ,11/12 vols., a large quantity of other 18th and 19th Century leather bound novels and reference works (43).

682 KIRBY,W.F.,’The Butterflies and Moths of Europe’, published by Cassell and Co.,Ltd.,London, circa 1903, green cloth boards with leather spines, 2 vols., 4to., also SWAYSLAND,W.,’Familiar Wild Birds’, published by Cassell and Co., Ltd.,London, 1883, green cloth boards with red leather spines,2 vols., 4to. (4).

688 A 19th Century Chinese carved hardwood root figure probably of Fu Lu Shou, holding a peach stone wearing a robe shaped from the natural and clogged feet, standing on an entwining branch base with a female attendant (lacking one figure) A/F, 106cm high.

£30 - £50

689 A Victorian mahogany collectors/specimen cabinet, fitted with six graduated drawers, turned wood handles, later plinth base, 41cm wide.

683 An early 20th Century novelty tea caddy in the form of stacked leather bound books with a hinged lid opening to reveal a two division interior, 7cm high and 16.5cm wide. £30 - £50

£80 - £100 680 HASSELL,JOHN,’Memoirs of the Life of George Morland’, published by James Cundee, London, 1806, recently rebound with calf leather spine and marbled boards, front and end papers replaced, 4to., also HOLME,CHARLES’,The Genius of J.M.W.Turner,R.A.’, published by The Studio, London, 1903, and various other artist’s biographies and art reference works (12). £50 - £70 681 HAVEN,CHARLES T. and BELDEN,FRANK A.,’The History of the Colt Revolver’, published by Bonanza Books, New York, 1940, gilt embossed green cloth boards, 4to., also LAUDER,HARRY,’A Minstrel in France’, published by Hearst’s International Library Co., New York, 1918 and various other novels and reference works (30). £40 - £60

684 A late 20th Century Caucasian rug, central pole medallion within flower head border on an ivory ground, 154cm x 95cm. £50 - £80 685 A 20th Century Hamadan style rug with a central geometric medallion on a red ground within running flower head border, 200cm x 136cm. £60 - £80 686 A 20th Century Persian rug, all over floral design on a red and blue ground within an ivory border, 162cm x 112cm. £50 - £80 687 An Art Nouveau pewter five branch candelabra in the manner of WMF, on spreading foliate base, 40cm high. £50 - £80

£300 - £400

£100 - £150 690 A 1920’s 78rpm gramophone record ‘In remembrance of the Titanic - Stand to your post’. £20 - £30 691 An early 20th Century Cadbury’s Dairy Milk Chocolate advertising tin modelled as a milk churn, 14.5cm high. £30 - £50 692 An early 20th Century bronze study of two hunting dogs and a grouse all to a naturalistic setting and stepped oval base, after P.J Mene, length 40cm. £100 - £150 693 A small parcel lot of assorted 20th Century marbles to include spiral and threaded examples, approximately 120 in total. £30 - £50 694 An early 20th Century French paper knife with leather scabbard, together with a small brass bowls tape measure by The Taylor Rolph Co Ltd, Mortlake, London. (2).

695 A two piece split cane course rod, various carbon fibre rods, a folding landing net, reels, a cabinet of flies and accessories (qty). £50 - £80 696 A Hamadan rug, two rows of guls on a rust ground with multi border 139cm x 89cm and similar rugs (3). £60 - £90 697 A 19th Century rosewood banjo barometer, silvered dial below a circular mirror thermometer and hygrometer, 92cm high. £50 - £80 698 An early 20th Century carved hardwood Indian deity or Goddess group, 21cm high. £40 - £60 699 A late 19th and early 20th Century carved African figure of a standing male with hands together above a basket, 35cm high. £50 - £80 700 An early 20th Benin style bronze figure of a mother and child walking and carrying infant and balancing a basket on her head, 22cm high. £50 - £80 701 A 1920’s circular bronze commemorative medallion for Ecole Polytechnique de Bruxelles 173/74 -1924, signed Fr Huygelen, 9cm diameter. £40 - £60

£40 - £60

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702 An Armand Marseille bisque head doll, open close eyes, jointed body marked 341/4 in lace edged christening gown and a later spray painted composition doll in Dutch costume. (2). £60 - £90 703 A bisque head shoulder doll with inset blue eyes and pierced ears, jointed kid body the head marked D, a composition doll and a celluloid doll (3). £80 - £120 704 A 20th Century gilt wrought iron adjustable music stand, central enamelled boss within a scroll back, on circular base, 133cm high. £50 - £80 705 A signed copy of ‘Stalky & Co.’ by Rudyard Kipling, red leather bound volume published by Macmillan and Co. Ltd 1908, signed for Sir Frederick Norman and bearing a crested library label to the inside of the front cover, with later printed notes and press cuttings relating to the owner of the book and his friendship with Rudyard Kipling. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 706 A small collection of cigarette cards Players, wills, Gallaher, together with various slip and stuck down cards in albums (qty). £30 - £50

705

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707 A late Victorian walnut cabinet bookcase, the dentil cornice frieze over glazed double doors with foliate carved corner spandrels and raised to later applied bracket feet, 88cm wide x 133cm high and 31cm deep. £50 - £80 708 A William IV mahogany dining table, the rectangular moulded edge top over a plain and gadrooned edge frieze on a turned spiral pedestal mounted with four scroll supports, concave platform base and carved wrythen feet, probably Scottish,138cm x 115cm.

712 A George III oak hanging corner cupboard enclosed by a crossbanded inlaid door below a fluted cornice, 117cm high. £30 - £50 713 An Edwardian mahogany torchere, small circular top on a fluted column, splayed tripod legs, terminating in hoof feet, 132cm high. £50 - £80

709 A Victorian mahogany straight front chest of two short and three long drawers, inset mother of pearl handles on a plinth base, 106cm wide.

714 A Victorian carved walnut seven piece drawing room suite, comprising a three seater scroll arm settee with carved ‘Green Man’ mask back and frame and detailed acanthus leaves and scrolls, on turned legs to the front, together with five matching standard chairs and an open arm easy chair, upholstered in green floral relief on a cream ground (7).

£40 - £60

£300 - £500

710 A Victorian mahogany straight front chest of two short and four long drawers, turned handles on a plinth base, 112cm wide.

715 An 18th Century walnut feather banded bureau, the interior fitted with a stepped pigeon hole and drawer interior, with two secret pillar drawers above a well covered by a slide, enclosed by a fall inlaid with corner spandrels and centred by a coloured oval shell patera, above two short and two long drawers, later brass drop handles, on bracket feet, 96cm wide.

£200 - £300

£60 - £90 711 A modern late 20th Century Persian style rug with a central floral medallion on a deep blue ground within a running leaf border, 221cm x 126cm. £50 - £80

£300 - £500 716 A George III mahogany dressing table mirror, the rectangular plate over three drawers, brass handles on ball feet, 54cm wide. £40 - £60

717 A Middle Eastern Belouch woollen rug with a central geomoetric mihrab to a brown ground colour within maroon borders, 128cm x 78cm, together with a small prayer rug decorated with repeat medallions on a brown ground, 76cm x 44cm, a small maroon ground coloured rug with double diamond design, 94cm x 81cm and another rug decorated with a double diamond and repeat pattern on a rust coloured ground, 106cm x 78cm, some wear and S/D. (4). £50 - £80 718 A Middle Eastern Belouch woollen rug of maroon and deep blue colours with a central foliate repeat pattern within patterned borders, 156cm x 94cm, together with a rug decorated with a repeat pattern of medallions to a maroon ground, 145cm x 110cm. (2). £50 - £80 719 A Middle Eastern Belouch woollen rug of maroon and oatmeal colours with a central mihrab decorated with foliate repeat pattern within patterned borders, 138cm x 93cm, together with a similar rug, the mihrab decorated with a repeat geometric pattern of medallions to a maroon ground, 140cm x 87cm. (2).

721 An early 20th Century mahogany coal purdonium, with a mirror panel over the fall-front with carved foliate detail, lacking its gallery, 42cm wide and 87cm high. £40 - £60 722 An early 20th Century mahogany side cabinet with a shaped frieze shelf over a mirror panel and glazed single door, raised to cabriole legs, 59cm wide and 142cm high. £80 - £120 723 A George III mahogany tray top commode, line inlaid front pull out base drawer below a cupboard, on square legs, 53cm wide. £100 - £150 724 A small late 19th Century French carved walnut apprentice chest of four serpentine front drawers, on cabriole legs, 22cm wide. £150 - £200 725 A set of eight early 20th Century Hepplewhite style mahogany dining chairs, Adam style carved husk shield backs, slip in seats on square tapering legs and spade feet (6). £100 - £150

£50 - £80 720 A Middle Eastern Belouch woollen rug of maroon and charcoal colours with a central four diamond repeat pattern within oatmeal borders, 150cm x 97cm, togetether with a rug decorated with a blue geometric repeat pattern to a maroon ground within oatmeal coloured borders, 125cm x 87cm. (2).

726 A small Edwardian mahogany demi-lune side table, leaf moulded edge top over a plain frieze, on square moulded legs and spade feet, 130cm wide. £40 - £60

£50 - £80

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727 A 19th Century mahogany bowfront chest of two short and three long drawers, later brass drop handles, on bracket feet, width 103cm. £30 - £50

733 A 19th Century Japan lacquered occasional table, the rectangular top decorated with figures, peacocks and a building in a oriental landscape, on splayed legs, terminating in claw feet, width 76cm.

728 A small gilt wood footstool in the aesthetic style, bamboo style gilt frame, upholstered in purple padded satin top, 28cm, together with a small 18th Century stool on reeded splayed legs (2).

£40 - £60

£40 - £60

£20 - £30

729 An early 20th Century occasional table with three bobbin turned legs below embroidered study of birds to circular top, 66cm high.

735 An early 20th Century walnut music cabinet, fitted with six drawers to the side of a single door cupboard over a stretcher shelf base, 79cm wide x 81cm high.

£40 - £60 730 A pair of Victorian carved oak pilasters in the form of a open mouth lions over a bust figure, fruits, pine cones and leaves, 150cm high, another smaller and a convex softwood carved African panel, 45cm (4). £60 - £80 731 A George III oak floorstanding corner cupboard, enclosed by a moulded edge panelled door below a stepped cornice, on later conforming base, 207cm high. £50 - £80 732 A 19th Century oak occasional table raised to a turned pedestal support and tripod base, 65cm diameter x 66cm high. £40 - £60

734 A 1920’s oak hanging corner cupboard, enclosed by a pair of inverted geometric moulded edge doors, height 66cm.

739

£50 - £80 736 A 19th Century bowfront hanging corner cupboard the painted shaped interior enclosed by a pair of chinoiserie lacquer doors below a moulded edge cornice, decorated with scenes of figures and pagodas, 92cm high. £60 - £90 737 A George III mahogany longcase clock. brass arch dial, silvered chapter ring inscribed Roberts, Otley 1771, rococo spandrels, eight day striking movement enclosed by a reeded pillared hood, over a long inlaid and chequer strung trunk door, flanked by reeded pilasters on canted bracket plinth base, 213cm high. £300 - £400

740 (part)

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738 A 19th Century oak longcase clock with later alterations and repairs, the square brass dial with silvered chapter ring and date aperture inscribed Thomas Helm Ormskirk, enclosed by a broken architectural pediment, over a shaped long trunk door and canted bracket plinth. £200 - £300 739 A Danish rosewood veneered cocktail cabinet, with double doors enclosing a fitted interior above splayed tapered legs, bearing ‘Danish Furniture Makers Control’ label, 93cm wide x 11cm high. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 740 A set of six Danish post-war rosewood ladder-back chairs bearing ‘Danish Furniture Makers Control’ stamp. (6) ILLUSTRATED N.B. These chairs are offered for sale as works of art. They may not comply with the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) Safety Regulations 1988 and for this reason should not be used in a private dwelling.

745 744 A Victorian mahogany barley twist occasional table with a pie crust edge, 56cm in diameter.

748 An Edwardian mahogany serpentine bordered occasional table with a stretcher shelf below.

£50 - £80

£40 - £60

741 A Danish post-war rosewood framed wall mirror of canted rectangular form, bearing ‘Danish Furniture Makers Control��� stamp.

745 A 19th Century mahogany foldover tea table with rosewood cross-banded borders over an acanthus-reeded column and four out-swept legs, 92cm wide. ILLUSTRATED.

749 A late 19th Century spoon-back salon chair in the Aesthetic taste, with inlaid detail to the frame.

£30 - £50

£200 - £300

742 A post-war rosewood two-tier drinks trolley, unlabelled, 70cm wide x 70cm high.

746 An early 20th Century Chinese hardwood jardiniËre stand with a marble inset top, 49cm high.

£40 - £60

£40 - £60

743 A modern rosewood effect rectangular dining table raised to twin v-form strut supports.

747 A small 19th Century rosewood and walnut occasional table on a pedestal support and tripod base, damages, 63cm high.

£100 - £150

£40 - £60

£30 - £40

£30 - £40 750 A walnut kidney-shaped dressing table fitted with three frieze drawers above reeded legs with applied brass castors (as found), 88cm wide. £50 - £80 751 An Anglo-Indian decorative occasional table with a scalloped under shelf, 40cm in diameter. £40 - £60

752 752 A Georgian mahogany crossbanded wash stand, the hinged top with inlaid central urn detail opening to reveal a fitted interior, over a double door cupbard and two drawers, S/D, 46cm wide x 87cm high. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

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754 A 20th Century fauteuil style open armchair with shaped back above acanthus-carved capitals and turned and carved front legs with a stretcher frame.

753 A 20th Century constructed mahogany longcase clock in the George II style, with an eight-day movement striking on a bell, the hood with a blind fretwork panel over pilaster supports enclosing the 12 inch broken arch brass dial with subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, bearing an earlier silvered chapter ring signed Richard Penny, London, 245cm high (excluding top finial). ILLUSTRATED.

£200 - £300 755 A 20th Century dressing stool with husk-carved knees to cabriole legs, 62cm wide x 44cm high. £50 - £80

£1,000 - £1,500

756 An early 20th Century mahogany bureau bookcase with cornice pediment over glazed double doors and a fall-front with inlaid Adam-style swagged detail, further fitted below with four graduated long drawers, S/D, 97cm wide x 205cm high. £200 - £300 757 An early 20th Century walnut chest of two short over four long drawers, 117cm wide x 127cm high. £100 - £150 758 An early 20th Century mahogany fall-front bureau of small proportions, raised to a stand with blind fret-work detail, 76cm wide x 92cm high. £50 - £80

762 A 19th Century mahogany clock with an eight-day movement striking on a bell, the twin scroll neck pediment and pillar supports either side of the 14 painted broken arch dial with subsidiary seconds and date dials, signed Richmond York and further signed J.R. 1852 to the reverse of the dial, over a short trunk door with inlaid motif detail. £400 - £600 763 An early 19th Century fruitwood and elm corner chair, pierced splat’s on block legs united by a cross stretcher. £100 - £150 764 An early 19th Century oak corner chair, pierced vase splat, on block legs united by a cross stretcher.

759 An early 20th Century South African sewing table with a hinged top enclosing a fitted interior over a single drawer and stretcher shelf, raised to later castors, 46cm wide x 72cm high.

£50 - £80

£40 - £60

£60 - £90

760 A 20th Century oak coffer of small proportions, raised to a turned stretcher frame, 51cm wide x 43cm high.

766 A 17th Century style carved oak open bookcase, adjustable shelves over a cupboard panel base, 104cm wide.

£40 - £60

£50 - £80

761 A nest of three Old Charm oak occasional tables, turned block legs united by rail stretchers, 60cm (The largest) (3).

767 A 17th Century style carved oak credence table on turned legs united by rail stretchers by Rackstraw, bearing trade label, 81cm wide.

£40 - £60

765 A 1930’s carved figured walnut demi-lune card table, green baize lined interior, on cabriole legs and pad feet, 80cm wide.

£80 - £120

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779 A late 19th to early 20th Century Anglo Indian fold over games table, with geometric inlaid detail decorated with a star motif, raised to slender cabriole legs, reduced in height, 63cm wide. ILLUSTRATED.

768 A reproduction Regency style crossbanded mahogany drop flap sofa table, fitted two drawers on splayed end supports, terminating in brass paw feet, 85cm wide. £120 - £180

£100 - £150 769 An Edwardian mahogany extending dining table, the moulded edge top over a plain frieze on carved cabriole legs terminating in claw and ball feet, 225cm long.

780 A 1920’s oak side table in the 17th Century style, single frieze drawer below a plank top, on turned legs united by rail stretchers, 70cm wide. £50 - £80

£150 - £250 770 A set of eight George II style mahogany dining chairs, shaped scroll splats below an undulating top rail, pink plush overstuffed seats on cabriole legs and pad feet (6). £150 - £200 771 A small Victorian mahogany chiffonier, the shaped carved back with a shelf above a cupboard plinth base, 92cm wide. £120 - £180 772 A George IV mahogany shield shaped pole screen, embroidered with a panel of flowers ring turned pedestal on splayed tripod legs, 143cm high. £80 - £120 773 A small 20th Century stained beech framed two seat settee, pierced open swan arms, upholstered in cream tapestry on cabriole legs, 130cm wide. £70 - £100

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774 A Queen Anne style figured walnut cocktail cabinet, the mirror and glass shelf interior enclosed by a pair of doors above two drawers and a carved apron, on cabriole legs, 85cm wide. £100 - £150 775 An Edwardian carved oak drawing room arm chair, upholstered in deep purple buttoned back plush on shaped legs. £50 - £80 776 A Mid 19th Century Scottish mahogany long case clock, painted arch dial by John Blaikie Stonehaven, subsidiary seconds and date dials, eight day striking movement enclosed by a broken swan neck pediment, over a crossbanded arch door flanked by spiral pilasters, canted plinth base, 214cm high. £400 - £600

777 A late 20th Century Isfahan rug, all over floral design on a pale pink and ivory ground, 156cm x 101cm and a similar rug with two rows of guls on a beige ground. (2).

781 An Arts and Crafts pot cupboard, designed by G.M. Ellwood for J.S. Henry, with a tile inset well top over double doors and a stretcher shelf base, 51cm wide x 87cm high.

£40 - £60

£250 - £300

778 A reproduction oak miniature coffer or coffer bach, constructed from some reclaimed earlier timbers and raised to v-cut strut end supports, 60cm wide x 36cm high and 24cm deep. £80 - £120

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787 A nest of three Post-War teak rectangular occasional tables by Gordon Russell, bearing trade labels, the largest 68cm wide. (3).

790 A 1930’s oak sectional bookcase, leaded glazed door over a writing compartment on a plinth base, 87cm wide.

£50 - £80

£150 - £200

788 An Arts and Crafts dressing chest attributed to Arthur Romney Green, with a swing mirror upright over two long drawers and raised to turned legs, 106cm wide.

791 A George III oak hanging corner cupboard, enclosed by a leaded light astragal glazed door below a moulded edge cornice, height 101cm.

£300 - £400

£40 - £60

789 An 18th Century style oak triple panel coffer on bracket stiles, 122cm wide.

792 A small 19th Century oak hanging corner cupboard, panelled door below a moulded edge cornice, height 89cm.

£70 - £100

£30 - £40

782 782 An Art Nouveau mahogany sideboard in the manner of Shapland and Petter, with a mirror panel upright over an arrangement of two drawers, a cupboard and off-set alcove, 123cm wide x 168cm high. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400 783 An oak corner dressing table in the manner of Heals, with a mirror upright over four side drawers and a cupboard to the opposing pedestal, 118cm wide. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

784 An Old Charm oak limited edition 70th Anniversary coffer chest with carved front panel, complete with certificate, S/D, 94cm wide. £150 - £200 785 An iron bound elm silver chest with decorative strapwork detail and wrought handles, 56cm wide x 41cm high. £300 - £400 786 An early 20th Century inlaid rosewood music cabinet, with central cartouche to the door with harp and sheet music detail, over a barley twist frame with stretcher shelf base, 46cm wide x 121cm high. £300 - £400 783

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793 A 1930’s mahogany kneehole pedestal writing desk, the moulded edge green leather inset top over three drawers and a slide to each pedestal, on tapering legs, width 152cm. £80 - £120 794 A late 19th Century walnut American rocking chair, upholstered in fruit tapestry design. £80 - £120 795 A late Georgian mahogany bowfronted chest of two short over three long drawers, raised to bracket feet, S/D, 104cm wide x 102cm high. £100 - £150 796 An early 20th Century walnut framed salon armchair with carved foliate detail to the frame, together with a similar salon side chair, both raised to turned front legs. (2). £40 - £60 797 A 17th Century style carved oak sideboard, fitted with two drawers over a panelled cupboard base, 137cm long. £80 - £120 798 A 17th Century style oak double gateleg oval drop flap dining table on turned legs united by a stretcher together with a set of four ash and rush seat ladder back dining chairs (5). £120 - £180 799 A Victorian gilt shield shaped wall mirror with applied decoration below a pierced scroll pediment, height 78cm. £30 - £40

803

800 A 19th Century inlaid mahogany and satinwood banded fold over card table, with dummy drawer, on square tapering legs and castors, width 75cm. £30 - £40

804

803 An Edwardian line inlaid mahogany three fold bar glazed dressing screen, the top rail decorated with bows and swags, satin pink panels, 178cm high. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

801 An Edwardian satinwood crossbanded mahogany bijouterie cabinet, reduced in height, 88cm wide. £50 - £80 802 A Victorian mahogany bidet with white ceramic liner, on turned legs, 61cm wide. £40 - £60

804 A 20th Century Louis XV style gilt metal mounted display cabinet, rouge marble inset gallery top over a glazed serpentine front on cabriole legs and sabots, 32cm wide. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £180 805 A 20th Century French carved walnut framed portico chair, tapestry panels and seat, on cabriole legs. ILLUSTRATED.

805

£150 - £250

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806 806 An early 20th Century French walnut writing table, leather inset top over a frieze drawer, shaped ebonised top on slender cabriole legs terminating in sabots, 134cm wide. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 807 A 20th Century French style three piece suite with a carved walnut frame, comprising two seat settee and two chairs, upholstered in pink plush and tapestry panel back. (3). £100 - £150 808 A late Victorian carved and ebonised walnut chaise longue, scroll arm and back on turned legs to the front, upholstered in cream floral tapestry, 175cm long. £100 - £150

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809 An 18th Century and later carved oak longcase clock, circular brass dial, seconds subsidiary dial and date aperture within a matted centre, enclosed by a caddy glazed hood over a long trunk door decorated with a serpent, canted plinth base, 212cm high. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400 810 An 18th Century oak and later constructed Wainscot chair, panelled carved lozenge back below a scroll rail, slip in tapestry seat embroidered with a tree prancing deer and dog within a landscape, shaped legs to the front. £100 - £150 809


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811 A 19th Century mahogany supper table, shaped dished top on canon barrel pedestal and splayed tripod legs, 56cm diameter.

816 A 19th Century ash and elm comb back elbow chair, on splayed turned legs. £40 - £60

£100 - £150 812 A small 17th Century style oak drop flap occasional table, on turned baluster legs united by rail stretchers, 56cm wide.

817 A reproduction George I style gilt framed wall mirror with a scroll shaped acanthus border below a plume of feather pediment, 98cm high.

£40 - £60

£100 - £150

813 An 18th Century and later constructed oak bible box on stepped base, 65cm wide.

818 A small reproduction George I style kneehole desk, with a leather inset top over drawers to each pedestal, on bracket feet, 76cm wide.

£60 - £90

£100 - £150 814 An Edwardian mahogany ten drawer music cabinet on cushion feet, 54cm wide. £80 - £100 815 An Edwardian mahogany five drawer music cabinet on square tapering legs united by an undertier, 52cm wide. £50 - £80

819 A small pair of reproduction George I style feather banded and figured walnut bedside chests of drawers on bracket feet, 38cm wide (2). £60 - £90

820 A 20th Century George I style walnut and feather banded bachelors chest of two short and three long drawers below a brushing slide, on bracket feet, 76cm wide.

824 A Georgian style inlaid mahogany rectangular occasional table decorated with oval patera, 110cm wide.

£80 - £120

825 A 20th Century pink veined marble and part gilt torchere, on square stepped base, 82cm high.

821 A reproduction Victorian style inlaid and figured walnut secretaire Wellington chest, the fitted writing compartment below an inverted breakfront top over three drawers on plinth base, 54cm wide. £100 - £150 822 A nest of three inlaid mahogany occasional tables, the largest 56cm wide. (3). £40 - £60 823 A yewood three divisioned Canterbury, 49cm wide. £40 - £60

£40 - £60

£80 - £120 826 A small pair of 20th Century gilt wall mirror sconces, each with a single candle bracket, 44cm high (2). £80 - £120 827 A 20th Century Caucasian rug, central diamond pole medallion on a pink ground within running border, 171cm x113cm. £50 - £80 828 A small George III style shield shaped dressing table mirror, chequer strung border, 36cm wide. £30 - £50

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Fieldings Auctioneers

Fieldings Auctioneers Limited Terms and Conditions of Business The Company provides the services of auctioneers subject to these Conditions (which can only be varied in writing where signed by a director of the Company).

Buyers 1. These conditions, together with any additional conditions appearing in the catalogue, are the terms and conditions subject to which Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd. (The Auctioneers) as agents for the vendor shall sell goods to the purchaser (The Bidder) and all other conditions, whether express, or implied at common law, or by statute, as are capable of lawful exclusion are hereby excluded. By participating in this sale all vendors and purchasers agree to be bound by these conditions and are deemed to have read and have full knowledge of them. 2. The highest bidder shall be the buyer at the hammer price except in the case of a dispute. If during the auction the auctioneer considers that a dispute has arisen, he has absolute discretion to settle it or to re-offer the lot. 3. The Auctioneers have the right to divide any lot, to combine any two or more lots together or to withdraw any lot or lots from sale, regulate the bidding, refuse bids or cancel the sale without giving any notice or reason whatsoever. 4. The Auctioneers have the right at their discretion to refuse entry to their premises or attendance at their auctions of any person. 5. Whilst The Auctioneers make every effort to ensure the accuracy of their catalogue and description of any lot they do not accept responsibility regarding authenticity, attribution, genuineness, origin, authorship, date, age, period, condition or quality of any lot. All goods are sold with faults and imperfections and errors of description. If they have been instructed in writing by the vendor to certify a lot. The Auctioneers do so as agents of the vendor and are not themselves responsible for such claims. All statements whether printed in the catalogue or made orally are statements of opinion and are not to be taken as being or implying any warranties or representations of fact. All Bidders should rely on their own judgment as to matters affecting any lot. 6. The Auctioneer shall only accept bids from the purchasers who have, to the auctioneers’ satisfaction, completed a registration form and obtained a bidding number. 7. Persons attending the auction site and premises do so at their own risk. Except in respect of death or personal injury caused by the Auctioneers’ negligence, the Auctioneers shall not be responsible for any loss or damage that may occur on the auction site or premises. 8. The bidder shall pay to the Auctioneer a premium of 21% VAT inclusive* on the hammer price. The Premium is NOT negotiable and is payable by ALL purchasers. Deposits for exceptional lots maybe requested by the auctioneer immediately at the fall of the hammer. The bidder also agrees that the auctioneers may also receive commission from the Vendor in accordance clause 20. 8a. In accordance with Money Laundering Regulations and the Criminal Justice Act of 1993 Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd will no longer accept single cash payments exceeding £9999.00. 8b. In accordance with Artists Resale Rights Regulations 2006 all lots marked 3 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 which is payable under clause 8a) 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 9. Immediately after a lot is sold the Bidder shall: give to the Auctioneers his name and address, and, if requested, proof of identity; and pay to the Auctioneers, all sums due to the Vendor and the Auctioneers in respect of such lot.

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10. In all cases lots shall remain at the risk of the Vendor save that lots shall be at the sole risk of the Bidder form the fall of the hammer, and such lots shall be taken away with all faults, defects and errors of description, of any nature whatsoever. Neither the Auctioneers, nor their servants or agents shall at any time be responsible for any loss or damage to lots whether caused by negligence or otherwise. No purchaser shall be entitled to remove any lot until he or she has paid for the whole of the lots purchased. 11. All lots shall be removed ON THE DAY OF THE SALE unless prior arrangement has been agreed with The Auctioneers. Items not collected shall be liable for storage charges at £2.00 per day. Neither the Auctioneers nor any third party shall be responsible for any damage, theft or loss occurring during this period. All items stored by the Auctioneers shall be at the risk of the Bidder. 12. If the Bidder fails to comply with these conditions, any deposit paid by the Bidder shall be forfeited to the Vendor of the lot, he paying out of it all just expenses of the Auctioneers and the lot shall be resold by public auction or private sale and the deficiency (if any) arising upon the resale together with the expenses of it shall be due as a debt from the Bidder in default upon the first sale. 13. a) Ownership in each lot shall not pass to the Bidder until full payment has been made (in cleared funds) of all sums due to the Vendor and the Auctioneers pursuant to these Conditions. b). Until such time as ownership of the lot passes to the Bidder the Vendor and the Auctioneers shall be able to enter onto any premises of the Bidder, or any third party where the goods are being stored and repossess the goods or be entitled at any time to require the Bidder to deliver up the Goods to the Vendor and/or the Auctioneers. 14. Any payments by the Bidder to the Auctioneers may be applied by the Auctioneers towards any sum owing from the Bidder to the Auctioneers, without regard to any directions of the Bidder or his agent, whether express or implied as to how that payment should be applied.

21. The Auctioneers do not undertake the collection of goods but shall however if desired instruct a contractor on the Vendors behalf and at his expense. The Auctioneers shall not be liable for any damage, loss, or unauthorised removal of goods and for any damage to premises by such contractors. 22. The Auctioneer shall not be liable for any lots delivered to their premises without sale instruction and reserve the right to make a housing charge, this charge is also applicable to lots that have been requested to be collected by the Auctioneers. If not removed within two working weeks the Auctioneers hold the right to sell the items in order to recover any costs incurred by them. 23. Unless instructed by accompanying written notice, all goods, which the Auctioneers deem to have no saleable value, will be disposed of at the Auctioneers discretion either to a charity or by consignment for destruction. 24. The Vendor will indemnify the Auctioneers, its servants and agents and the Bidder against any loss or damage suffered by either in consequence of any breach of clause 15 and/ or 16 above or otherwise of these Conditions on the part of the Vendor. 25. Any sums due, but unpaid, by the Vendor or the Bidder pursuant to these conditions shall carry interest (as well as after judgment) at the rate of 4% above Royal Bank of  Scotland plc base rate from time to time from the due date until payment, such interest to be compounded monthly. 26. Cataloguing Terms: • All lots marked with an asterisk (*) denote Value Added Tax at the current rate on the hammer price. • The word “style” within a lot description denotes that, in our opinion, the item is a more recent copy of a period item. • “S/D” after a description denotes “Slight Damage”. • “A/F” after a description denotes “As Found”.

Vendors 15. The vendor warrants to the Auctioneer and to the Bidder that he/she is the true owner of the lot or is properly authorised to sell the lot by the true owner and is able to transfer the goods and marketable title to the lot free from any third party claims, liens or encumbrances. 16. The Vendor warrants to the Auctioneers and the Bidder that the goods as described and in particular as to the provenance and condition. The Vendor further warrants that any damage or non working parts have been fully declared to the Auctioneers and that the Vendor has provided the Auctioneers with all the information the Vendor has concerning the provenance of the property. 17. The Auctioneers act throughout as agents only and are not responsible for any default by either the Vendor or the Bidder. The Auctioneers shall not be liable for paying for paying the Vendor until they have received settlement in full (in cleared funds) of all sums due from the Bidder. 18. A vendor who enters a lot or lots for auction which are an asset of his/her business must disclose to the Auctioneers whether or not they are registered for Value Added Tax, at the current rate. 19. The vendor shall be entitled to place prior to the sale a reserve on any lot, being the minimum hammer price at which the said lot may be treated as sold. Where a reserve has been placed the auctioneer may bid on behalf of the vendor. 20. Commission shall be charged at a rate of 18% VAT inclusive* for sale entries, in each case, of the hammer price. Special rates are negotiable for large consignments of items. The Vendor hereby authorizes the Auctioneers to deduct all commission payable from the hammer price and acknowledges the Auctioneers right to retain the premium payable by the Bidder in accordance with clause 8 above. A “sale entry / internet marketing” charge of £5-00 (VAT inclusive) will be applied to all lots, sold or otherwise, on each sale offering. The auctioneers shall remit the proceeds of the sale to the Vendor (subject to the deduction of all sums i.e. commissions and charges, due from the Vendor to the Auctioneers) no later than three weeks after receiving payment in full from the Bidder. In the event of the lots remaining unsold the vendor shall be liable to pay the Auctioneer the above “sale entry / internet marketing” charge on each lot.

• “Bears name/signature” in our opinion possibly, but not necessarily, by the hand.

Paintings & Drawings: Catalogue Terms • Forename(s) and surname of the artist ~ in our opinion a work by the artist. (When the artist forename(s) is not known a series of asterisks with or without initials). • Initials of the forename(s) and the surname of the artist ~ in our opinion a work of the period of the artist which maybe in part or totally his work. • Surname of the artist only ~ in our opinion a work in the style of the artist, contemporary or nearly contemporary, not necessarily a pupil. • Attributed to ~ in our opinion probably a work by the artist. • Signed ~ in our opinion the signature of the artist. • After ~ in our opinion a copy of the artist. • “Bears name/signature” in our opinion possibly, but not necessarily, by the hand of the artist.

General Conditions 27. The Auctioneers shall be relieved of its contractual obligations to the extent that the performance thereof is prevented, frustrated, impeded or delayed directly or indirectly by or in consequence of any default by the buyer or vendor, statue, regulation or order of any government, council or other authority, riot, public disorder, strike, industrial dispute, lock out or other labour disturbance, storm, flood, explosion or other natural disaster or any other clause beyond the reasonable control of the Auctioneers. 28. These terms and conditions shall be interpreted in accordance with English Law and any dispute or action that may arise shall be dealt with in accordance with English Law in an English Court. *VAT payable at the current rate


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Forthcoming Sale Dates Saturday7thSeptember–FineArt&Antiques Saturday5thOctober–FineArt,Antiques&Collectables Saturday26thOctober–DecadesofDesignwithClariceCliff

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