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The March Sale Saturday 25th March 2017 10.00am

Nicholas Davies

Will Farmer

Director Silver, Jewellery and Collectables

Director Ceramics, Glass and Decorative Arts

Mark Hannam

Andrew Mayall

Alison Snowdon

Senior Valuer and Auctioneer Collectables and Furniture

Valuer and Auctioneer Collectables and Furniture

Valuer and Auctioneer Ceramics and Textiles

William Lacey

Liz Winnicott

Picture Consultant

Silver and Jewellery Consultant

Judith Woolgar

Ellie Bertram

June Emery

Accounts Manager

Administrative Assistant


Lee Coldrick

Alex Froggatt

Head Porter and Saleroom Assistant


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Thursday 23rd March Friday 24th March Morning of the sale from

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

Venue Mill Race Lane, Stourbridge, West Midlands, DY8 1JN Tel: 01384 444140 Email: Website:

Buyers Premium 20% (24% VAT inclusive) on the hammer price

Sale number 0201

Catalogue £12/£15 by post

Front cover: Lot 68 (detail) Back cover: Lot 789 Order of sale: Lot 786

Please note that all emails requesting condition reports and images must be received by close of business on Thursday 23rd March. All commission bids submitted by email must be received before close of business on Friday 24th March. 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. Notice regarding the sale of material from Endangered Species. Prospective purchasers are advised that several countries prohibit the importation of property containing materials from endangered species, including but limited to coral, ivory and tortoiseshell. Accordingly, prospective purchasers should familiarize themselves with relevant customs regulation prior to bidding if they intend to import this lot into another country.

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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.

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. Online bidding registration closes on the morning of the sale at 9.30am.

Auctioning the lots The speed of the auction will vary between auctioneers. Typically we will cover approximately 120-130 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 buyer’s 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 or email,, and must be received before 9am on the day of the sale. 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).

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 £400 or more. Requests for telephone bids must be made by close of business the day before the sale and are allocated on a first come first served basis.


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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). Payments over £500 are not taken over the phone and invoices must be paid in person or by bank transfer (please quote the buyer reference given on your invoice). Our bank details are: Fieldings Auctioneers Client Account Sort Code: 60 20 48 Account No.: 4553 2737 Please note that credit card payments carry a surcharge of 2% 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:

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 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 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 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

Mailboxes – 01905 732830

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.

That’s your lot – 01902 475212

Professional services

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.

Special Notice Notice Regarding the Sale of Material from Endangered Species. Prospective purchasers are advised that several countries prohibit the importation of property containing materials from endangered species, including but not limited to coral, ivory and tortoiseshell. Accordingly, prospective purchasers should familiarize themselves with relevant customs regulations prior to bidding if they intend to import this lot into another country

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


1 - 214

5 - 20


215 - 342

21 - 28

Silver and Silver Plate

343 - 435

29 - 35


436 - 565

36 - 45

Paintings and Prints

566 - 660

46 - 59


661 - 772

60 - 62


723 - 836

63 - 73


837 - 924

74 - 78


1-214 Ceramics



1 A Dennis China Works lidded box decorated in the Blue Snowdrop and Bee pattern designed by Sally Tuffin, the knop formed as a bumble bee, impressed marks, height 11cm S/D £40 - £60

4 A Moorcroft Pottery vase decorated in the Alpine Meadow pattern designed by Nicola Slaney, printed and painted marks, initialled NS and dated 2004, height 10cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80

2 A small Dennis China Works vase designed by Sally Tuffin and tube line decorated with a procession of polar bears to a winter landscape over graduated blue ground, impressed and hand painted marks, numbered 72 and dated 2002, height 8.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80

5 A Royal Worcester vase and cover entitled Sweet Lavender and decorated with transfer applied sprigs of lavender, puce mark with date code for 1907 together with a 19th Century twin handled sucrier with gilt detailing (2). £40 - £60

3 A small Royal Worcester Hadley Ware pedestal jug panel decorated with roses and foliage, the foot and neck in pea green with gilt detailing, green printed mark with date code for 1918, height 11.5cm. £40 - £60

6 An early 20th Century figural group modelled as a young shepherdess playing the mandolin with her male companion and a lamb by her side, all to a rococo scroll base, in the style of Ludwigsberg, unmarked, height 23cm. £40 - £60

7 Masonic Interest - A 1930s Royal Doulton high sided bowl decorated with tubelined flowers against a mottled blue ground, impressed Aquarius Lodge 1933 to the base, diameter 18.5cm together with a high shouldered vase decorated with tubelined berries and foliage against a mottled green ground, impressed to the base Presented by Walter J. Munslow W.M Perseverance Lodge No. 576, Jan 1984, height 17cm (2). £40 - £60 8 A Dennis China Works vase of flared form decorated with a design by Sally Tuffin with tubelined tonal red flowers and foliage against a pale black wash ground, impressed and painted marks, height 17cm. £80 - £120


9 A Royal Worcester ‘Fallen Fruits’ shape 2700 twin handled pedestal vase panel decorated by Moseley with hand painted apples, cherries and strawberry blossom, the reverse with two strawberries, signed, puce mark with date code for 1930, height 17.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 10 A 1930s Wedgwood Ordinary Lustre bowl designed by Daisy Makeig Jones, the interior with a Wu Sun barbarian holding a chinese lute and plectrum against a pearlescent ground, the exterior with mythical beasts against a mottled blue ground, printed Portland Vase mark, pattern Z4829, diameter 10cm, height 5cm. £80 - £120



16 A late 19th Century Royal Worcester Aesthetic vase of flattened cloud form decorated to each side with gilt stylised flowers and foliage, raised to scroll feet and handles, green printed mark with date code for 1880, height 14cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150



11 A post war Noomi Backhausen for Soholm rectangular plaque decorated with a stylised flowering branch with red and yellow glaze pooling against a white glaze ground with blue linear detailing, incised Noomi to the front, impressed marks to the reverse, length 43.5cm. £40 - £60 12 Eleven Royal Doulton figurines from the Characters of Williamsburg comprising two Wigmaker HN2239, two Lady HN2228, Boy HN2183, Hostess HN2209, Royal Governor’s Cook HN2233, Silversmith HN2208, Blacksmith HN2240, Gentleman HN2227 and Child HN2154, all with printed marks (11). £100 - £150



13 A William Moorcroft shallow circular dish decorated in the flambe Leaf and Berry pattern, impressed and painted marks, diameter 18.7cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 14 A 1950s Pilkington Pottery vase of sleeve form decorated in a tonal blue grey glaze, printed mark, height 21cm S/D £30 - £50 15 A Doulton Lambeth stoneware Toby jug attributed to a design by Harry Simeon, impressed marks, height 15.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

17 A 1920s Wedgwood ‘Ordinary Lustre’ vase of inverted baluster form designed by Daisy Makeig Jones and decorated with a gilt dragon against a mottled pale blue ground, printed Portland vase mark, height 11cm. £40 - £60 18 A late 19th Century Copeland Spode cabinet plate decorated with a hand painted scene of two colourful birds in flight above lemon branches, in the manner of Charles Ferdinand Hürten, the wavy border edge with gilt jewelling, printed mark, diameter 21cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80


19 A late 19th Century Copeland Spode cabinet plate decorated with a hand painted scene of two colourful birds in flight above black berries and foliage, in the manner of Charles Ferdinand Hürten, the wavy border edge with gilt jewelling, printed mark, diameter 21cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80

20 20 A Beswick Huntsman (on rearing horse), model 868, style two, circle mark. ILLUSTRATED. £40 - £60



21 21 A Beswick Huntswoman, model 982, circle mark. ILLUSTRATED. £40 - £60

24 24 A Beswick Girl on Pony, skewbald horse, model 1499, oval mark. ILLUSTRATED. £40 - £60

27 27 A Beswick Huntswoman, brown gloss horse, model 1730, circle mark. ILLUSTRATED. £40 - £60

30 30 A Beswick Mare and Foal, model 953, third version, circle mark. ILLUSTRATED. £40 - £60 31 Four Beswick horse comprising a Stocky Jogging Mare model 1090, Shetland Pony model 1033, Appaloosa Stallion model 1772 and Highland Pony model 1644, all with circle marks (4). £80 - £120




22 A Beswick Racehorse and Jockey (Walking Racehorse), model 1037, colourway number two, circle mark. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

25 A Beswick Boy on Pony, palomino horse, model 1500, oval mark. ILLUSTRATED. £40 - £60

28 A Beswick Huntsman, dapple grey horse, model 1501, circle mark. ILLUSTRATED. £40 - £60

32 Four Beswick horse comprising a Mare model 976, a Huntsman’s Horse model 1484, a Thoroughbred Stallion model 1772 S/D and a Pinto Pony model 1373 S/D, all with circle marks (4). £50 - £80 33 Nine assorted Beswick foals to include an Arab Foal model 1407, a Smaller Thoroughbred foal model 1816 and a Shetland foal model 1034 together with a Beswick Xayall on a wooden plinth (10). £60 - £80

23 23 A Beswick Mounted Indian, model 1391, circle mark. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

26 26 A Beswick Lifeguard, model 1624, circle mark. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

29 29 A Beswick Horse and Jockey, model 1862, circle mark S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £40 - £60

34 A Beswick Deer family comprising a Lying Stag model 954, a Standing Stag model 981, a Doe model 999A and a Fawn model 1000A S/D (4). £40 - £60



35 A Beswick Camel model 1044 and a Camel foal model 1043, both with oval marks (2). £40 - £60

40 Three Beswick Wild Animals comprising a Lion (facing right) model 1506, a Lioness model 1507 and a Lion Cub model 1508, all with oval marks (3). £50 - £80 41 Six assorted Beswick animals comprising a Beaver on Log model 1943, two Bears model 1313 and 1314, a Hippopotamus model 1532, Chimpanzee with pipe model 1049 and a Panda cub (6). £50 - £80

36 36 A Beswick Springbok model 1048, oval mark. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80

45 45 A Beswick Galloway Bull - Belted, model 1746B, oval mark to both front feet. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

42 Five Beswick Foxhounds together with two Beswick Fox, models 1748 and 1440 £30 - £50

43 43 A Beswick Aberdeen Angus bull, model 1562 Approved by the Aberdeen Angus Cattle Society, circle mark. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80

46 46 A Beswick Galloway Bull - Silver Dunn, model 1746C, printed oval mark to both front feet. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500

37 37 A Beswick Giraffe model 1631 S/D and a smaller Giraffe model 853 (2). ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80 38 A Beswick Bison model 1019, oval mark £50 - £80 39 A Beswick Tigress model 1486 together with a Puma on Rock model 1823, circle mark (2). £50 - £80


44 44 A Beswick Aberdeen Angus cow, model 1563 Approved by the Aberdeen Angus Cattle Society, circle mark. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80

47 47 Two Beswick cattle comprising Friesian Bull, Ch. Coddington Hilt Bar, model 1439A and a Friesian Cow, Ch. Claybury Leegwater’, model 1362A, both with oval marks (2). ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80


57 A Chinese Tang Dynasty style figure of an attendant together with four contemporary Chinese figures, three modelled as robed men and one as a seated Turk holding a gold coffee pot, all with red wax seals with Chinese characters and a pair of Chinese models of parrots (7). £40 - £60

48 A Beswick Highland cattle group comprising Bull model 2008, Cow model 1740 S/D and Calf model 1827D, all with printed oval marks (3). £60 - £90

51 51 A Beswick Dairy Shorthorn Bull Ch. Gwersylt Lord Oxford 74th, model 1504, circle mark S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80 52 Four Beswick cattle comprising a Jersey Bull model 1422, a Jersey Cow Ch. Newton Tinkle model 1345 S/D, a Hereford Bull model 1363A and an Ayrshire Bull model 1454A S/D (4). £50 - £80

49 49 A Beswick Hereford Bull model 1363A and a Hereford Cow model 1360, both Ch of Champions, circle marks (2). ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80

53 Five assorted Beswick calf to include a Friesian Calf model 1249C, an Aberdeen Angus calf model 1406A and a Jersey Calf model 1249D (5). £40 - £60 54 A large late 19th to early 20th Century blue and white Chinese Double Happiness vase decorated with hand painted foliate scrolls and large flower heads, unmarked, remnants of a red seal mark to the base, height 37cm S/D £50 - £80 55 A late 19th to early 20th Century Chinese jar decorated with foliate scrolls and flower heads, unmarked, height 19cm. £40 - £60

50 50 A Beswick Dairy Shorthorn Cow, Ch Eaton Wild Eyes 91st, model 1510, oval mark. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

56 Three pieces of post war Chinese studio pottery comprising a footed bowl, shallow dish and a shield shape dish, all decorated in a mottled blue souffle type glaze, all unmarked, both dishes with applied wax seal marks with chinese characters (3). £40 - £60

58 A large later 20th Century Chinese bowl decorated to the exterior with blue and white prunus blossom, diameter 25.5cm together with a dish decorated with strawberry blossom, diameter 15.5cm and a tea kettle decorated with red flowers, all with Zhuanshu script seal marks (3). £40 - £60 59 A Royal Copenhagen blanc de chine basket with pierced panel sections to the wall and decorated with small flower heads and moulded pattern banding, printed mark with date code for 1953, diameter 18.5cm. £40 - £60 60 A collection of assorted 19th Century tea wares to include a tea cup decorated with a black and white transfer depicting Hope and Faith, three Royal Worcester cups and saucers decorated with birds and ferns, a relief moulded coffee can, a Spode vase with relief moulded cherubs and a tin glazed pedestal vase, damages (qty). £50 - £80 61 Five assorted 19th Century teapots to include a Spode example decorated in relief with classical scenes, a similar Adams example in blue and a blue and white example transfer decorated with cows in a field, damages (5). £50 - £80



64 A 19th Century Wedgwood creamware oval basket, the central well decorated with a black and white transfer Italianate ruins with two figures in the foreground, the pierced edge with black painted flower heads, impressed mark, length 29cm A/F together with two 19th Century creamware plates and a smaller oval basket (4). £40 - £60 65 A Chinese blue and white baluster vase decorated with scenes of elders reading a scroll with tree shoots behind, unmarked, height 18.5cm. £40 - £60

69 (part) 62 A 19th Century Wedgwood black basalt teapot with Sybil finial S/D together with a black basalt cream jug with engine turned decoration a red teacup and saucer with moulded decoration, five pieces of 19th Century Sunderland lustre comprising a mug with banded decoration, a coffee can and saucer with a scene of two deer in a parkland, a tea bowl saucer decorated with birds at a nest and a large shallow dish with a black and white transfer roundel, damages (5). £40 - £60 63 An early 19th Century footed bowl transfer decorated in the blue and white Water Lily pattern, impressed and painted W mark, diameter 28cm S/D £40 - £60


66 A 19th Century tin glazed shallow dish with a wide rim decorated with a blue Heraldic symbol with a shield and crown flanked by two griffin type creatures, unmarked, diameter 24.5cm. £50 - £80 67 A Chinese blue and white jar and cover decorated with large stylised flowers and foliage, double ring mark to the base, height 20.5cm S/D together with a Chinese blanc de chine figure of a goddess S/D (2). £40 - £60 68 A late 19th to early 20th Century Chinese Mille Fleur twin handled vase profusely decorated with enamelled flowers and foliage against a matt gold ground, the handles formed as a blue scrolls with painted detailing, bears painted red Zhuanshu script Qianlong seal mark, height 31.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

69 A studio pottery sculptural form by John Maltby modelled as a bird perched on a rock, upon a hill top, the whole glazed in browns and greens, seal marks to the reverse, height 26cm together with two further pieces, the first formed as an urn upon a pedestal, height 13cm, the second a pebble form vase with a small loop handle and glazed in a dark cream dribble glaze, height 6.5cm both impressed seal marks (3).

74 Two pieces of Moorcroft Pottery comprising a footed beaker vase and a small pin dish coaster each decorated with a tubelined maple leaf, both with impressed marks (2). £40 - £60

Provenance - Gift to the owner from the artist. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

76 A 1930s Moorcroft Natural Pottery double gourd vase glazed in a pale green over the ribbed body, impressed signature Pottery to HM Queen mark, height 24.5cm. £40 - £60

70 A contemporary studio pottery mug by Stephen Bowers decorated with a central panel depicting a blue cockatoo against a gold ground flanked by two panels of passion flowers, painted marks, dated 1998, height 10cm. Provenance - Gift to the owner from the artist £40 - £60 71 Two contemporary studio pottery Raku vases by Chris Harford, both with incised marks, tallest 13cm. Provenance - Gift to the owner from the artist £60 - £80 72 A Moorcroft Pottery bottle vase decorated in the Red Tulip pattern designed by Sally Tuffin, printed and impressed marks, height 17cm. £40 - £60 73 A Moorcroft Pottery ovoid vase decorated in the Royal Gold pattern designed by Rachel Bishop, impressed and painted marks, dated 2005, height 12cm. £40 - £60

75 A Moorcroft Pottery footed baluster vase decorated in a tonal green and flambe red glaze, impressed mark, height 20cm. £40 - £60

77 A contemporary studio pottery vase by Katherine Lloyd decorated with large incised blue iris and foliage against a pale yellow ground, impressed seal mark with blue signature, height 17cm. £40 - £60 78 An early 20th Century Royal Doulton Flambe bowl decorated to the interior with a band of stylised flowers and scrolls, printed mark, painted Sung, diameter 18cm A/F together with a 1930s ginger jar and cover decorated to the shoulder with grape vines and fruit against a sponged pink and yellow ground, printed E. Dodds Art Pottery mark, height 18cm (2). £40 - £60 79 Three pieces of late 19th Century Cauldon Pottery blue and white Chariot pattern comprising two graduated octagonal bowls and a square planter together with a pair of matching Arcadian Chariot pattern vases, all with printed marks (5). £50 - £80


68 (mark)


68 (verso)



86 A late 19th Century Japanese Satsuma vase and cover of waisted hexagonal form decorated with two panel of robed figures in a garden setting, all to a patterned ground with elephant head handles, height 15cm together with a small Satsuma pin dish decorated with trailing wisteria, diameter 9cm (2). £50 - £80

80 80 A late 19th Century James Macintyre & Co Gesso Faience squat teapot decorated with a tubelined design by William Moorcroft with small tonal red daisy and poppy flower heads against a buff ground with green and cream banding, printed mark, length 11.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 81 An early 20th Century Gien Pottery Renaissance style jug decorated in the with mythical creatures and foliate scrolls in tones of yellow, green and blue against a black ground, printed mark, height 22.5cm. £50 - £80 82 An early 20th Century Pilkingtons Lancastrian Tudric footed bowl, the bowl glazed in a mottled blue with green spotting to the interior, the foot stamped Tudric 01706, diameter 20cm. £50 - £80


83 A pair of late 19th Century Japanese Satsuma vases each decorated with pheasants in flight with a flowering blossom tree and red flowers within a mountainous landscape, faint printed seal mark, height 21cm, one restored £50 - £80 84 A pair of late 19th Century Japanese Satsuma vase and covers each decorated with pheasants amidst stylised pink blossom trees and ivy branches within blue bands with bamboo leaves, each with a printed mark, possibly Gyokuzan, height 20cm. £60 - £80 85 A large late 19th Century Japanese Satsuma vase decorated with two large panels each with robed figures in a flowering garden, all to a blue ground with a gilt floral and tessellated overlay pattern, faint gold character mark, height 32cm. £60 - £80

87 A pair of Japanese vases each of footed ovoid form with three scroll handles decorated with floral sprays surrounded by coloured tubelining, unmarked, height 22cm. £40 - £60 88 A late 19th Century Japanese cinquefoil bowl decorated to the interior with two birds in flight above flowers and foliage, the exterior with sprays of matching flowers, printed seal mark to the base, diameter 21cm. £40 - £60 89 Six early 20th Century Crown Staffordshire coffee cans each with hallmarked silver holders comprising three in yellow and three in blue together with a Shelley yellow can with a hallmarked silver holder and three spare silver holders £80 - £120 90 A collection of late 19th Century Macintyre marbled table salts comprising green, brown and grey examples together with matching preserve pot with silver plated cover (9). £40 - £60 91 A Royal Worcester blush ivory flatback jug decorated with butterflies amidst spring flowers, puce mark with date code for 1897, height 16cm. £40 - £60

92 A pair of late 19th Century figurines of children, in the style of Meissen, both in 18th Century dress, height 9cm together with a Staffordshire model of a recumbent greyhound (3). £40 - £60 93 A Poole Pottery shape 84 Aegean vase decorated by Diana Foreman with a wide abstract band against a yellow ground, impressed and incised marks, height 24cm together with another Poole Pottery Aegean vase (2). £30 - £50 94 An early 20th Century French Faience oval dish decorated with a hand painted scene of a farm hand stood in a field, the border edge decorated in blue, green and orange with a scroll pattern, painted marks, length 40cm. £30 - £50 95 A Royal Worcester candle snuffer modelled as a young boy wearing an oversized long coat and top hat, after designs by Kate Greenaway, smudged green mark S/D together with six assorted Royal Worcester candle snuffers comprising The Abbess (or Sister of Charity), French Cook and four modelled as The Monk (7). £50 - £80 96 A late 19th Century blanc de chine model as a goat stood on a naturalistic base with a kid goat suckling, impressed shield mark, length 20cm. £40 - £60


97 A Herend cabaret set comprising coffee pot, two coffee cans and saucers, milk jug and a sugar bowl upon an oval tray, all decorated with pink floral sprays, printed marks £50 - £80

101 Nine Coalport menu or name card holders each modelled as a flower head with hand painted decoration together with three tin glazed dishes decorated with floral sprays (qty). £30 - £50

98 A late 19th Century James Macintyre & Co Washington Faience vase decorated in two tone pink with a relief applied running trim with dogs in foliage, height 13cm together with a collection of assorted Moorcroft to include a powder bowl roll rim bowl, an orange lustre footed bowl and matching vase and a pepper pot formed as an acorn, all with impressed marks, damages (8). £40 - £60

102 Five assorted Cantagalli dishes comprising two decorated in blue and white with cherubs within Italianate landscapes, one with a cherub climbing a tree stump and two decorated with fruit, all with painted cockerel marks, diameter 14cm. £40 - £60

99 An early 20th Century Cantagalli teapot of compressed form decorated with floral sprays in tones of yellow with green foliage, painted cockerel mark, length 21cm together with a pair of early 20th Century Cantagalli coffee cups and saucers each decorated with hand painted mythical creatures and classical motif, painted cockerel marks, saucer diameter 12.5cm, cup height 6cm (5). £40 - £60 100 A late 19th Century Villeroy and Boch Art Nouveau majolica dessert set comprising rectangular dish, comport and six plates each decorated with blue forget-menots and white flower heads against a yellow ground, impressed marks (8). £50 - £80

103 A Royal Copenhagen dish formed as a leaf decorated with a hand painted floral spray and encrusted flowers, painted three line mark, length 23cm. £40 - £60 104 A 1930s Carlton Ware novelty marmalade pot formed as an orange together with a novelty pepper pot formed as an egg (2). £30 - £50 105 A pair of late 19th Century Aesthetic spill vases each decorated with yellow flowering branches with gilt rims, both with a diagonal section for a name or menu card, printed diamond registration mark alongside Marcus War & Co, London, length 8cm. £30 - £50

111 106 A collection of Cantagalli wares comprising a teapot, kidney dish, various plates and a trefoil lidded dish, all decorated with flowers and foliage against a yellow ground, painted marks, damages (qty). £60 - £80 107 A collection of assorted 19th Century Cauldron Chariot pattern wares to include a teapot, milk jug and a biscuit barrel, each decorated with a blue and white transfer scene, printed marks (7). £40 - £60 108 A pair of early 20th Century Coalport pedestal vases each decorated with hand painted landscape roundels against a dark blue ground with gilt border edges, the handles formed as rams heads, printed marks, height 26cm, both A/F £40 - £60

109 A 1930s Art Deco Royal Doulton coffee service comprising pedestal coffee pot, milk jug, sugar bowl and six cans and saucers decorated with a gilt floral panels against a green ground, printed marks (qty). £60 - £80 110 A late 19th Century Doulton Burslem umbrella or stick stand decorated in the Beverley pattern, the whole decorated with transfer applied flowers and foliage in green and yellow with matt gilt detailing and sponging, printed marks, height 60cm. £80 - £120 111 A framed Fallen Fruits watercolour by Royal Worcester artist R. Sebright of apples and grapes, signed, 11cm x 14.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150



112 112 A late 19th Century Royal Worcester Aesthetic pillow vase decorated with gilt ferns and foliage against a royal blue ground with stylised handles and a gilt foot and neck, puce mark with date cypher for 1878, height 16cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £150 113 A large Royal Copenhagen figural group The Harvesters designed by Christian Thomsen depicting a male and female taking a moments rest, printed and marked marks with date code for 1968, model 1352, height 43cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 114 A pair of early 20th Century Ault Pottery candlesticks each glazed in purple with beaded detailing, impressed marks, height 23cm together with a Bernard Moore double gourd vase decorated in a flambe red glaze, painted marks, height 20cm, restored (3). £40 - £60


113 115 An early 20th Century Royal Worcester Sabrina Ware vase of globe and shaft form decorated with flowers and foliage against a mottled blue ground, printed mark with date code for 1909, height 11cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 116 An early 20th Century Shelley twin handled vase decorated with a hand tinted scene of two sailing boats under a moonlit sky in calm waters, green printed Late Foley mark, height 26cm. £30 - £50 117 A late 19th to early 20th Century majolica gurgle fish jug with a pink glazed interior, unmarked, height 29cm. £30 - £50 118 An early 20th Century Roseville U.S.A. Art Nouveau twin handled jardinière decorated with moulded flowers against an orange ground, moulded marks to base, diameter 23cm. £40 - £60

115 119 A late 19th Century George Jones majolica oval dish decorated with relief moulded bamboo shoots against a pale purple ground, length 25cm S/D together with a late 19th Century majolica tazza decorated with moulded strawberry blossom and foliage against a blue ground, possibly George Jones, height 10cm. £40 - £60 120 The Morris Ware, Tiles & Art of George Cartlidge by Tony Johnson, signed to frontis page, MakingSpace, 2004 £30 - £50 121 A Susie Cooper for Wedgwood Ashmun design bowl decorated with Egyptian motif, printed mark, diameter 20.5cm together with a Poole Pottery TV pattern jug, height 20cm (2). £50 - £80

124 122 A late 19th Century Japanese Satsuma vase decorated with gilt and enamel figures walking across a bridge with Mount Fuji in the distance, painted seal mark, height 19.5cm together with a small cinquefoil bowl decorated with two ladies walking under wisteria with temple buildings in the distance, painted seal mark, diameter 9.5cm (2). £60 - £80 123 A Yixing teapot formed as a knarled plum tree with applied prunus blossom, impressed seal mark, length 15cm. £40 - £60 124 A large Royal Worcester limited edition figure of H.M Queen Elizabeth II, Queens Regnant of England subject 6 of 6, modelled by Ronald van Ruyckevelt, numbered 157 of 250, printed mark, height 32.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150


125 A Ruskin Pottery crystalline glaze vase of globe and shaft form decorated with a streaked and dribble green to orange to green, impressed mark, dated 1932, height 22.5cm, restored. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 126 A Beswick model of two turtle doves, model 1022 together with a Beswick model of a St Bernard Corna-Garth Stroller and a Royal Worcester model of a Jay (3). £40 - £60 127 Three Royal Worcester Freda Doughty figures of children, tallest 11.5cm, all unmarked together with a Royal Worcester Katie’s Day Bedtime (4). £40 - £60 128 Three Royal Worcester Freda Doughty figures of children comprising ‘But the child that is born on the Sabbath day ...’, January and February, all with black printed marks (3). £120 - £150 129 A miniature Chinese vase of footed globe and shaft form decorated with three hand painted outlines of dogs in flambe red walking in procession with copper green spotting, all to a white ground, bears painted six character Kangxi mark, height 6.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80 130 A Royal Worcester ‘The Hadley Collection’ figurine modelled as a French Fisherboy, black printed mark, height 21cm. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80

125 131 Two Moorcroft Pottery footed bowls, the first decorated in the Coral Hibiscus pattern diameter 15cm, the second in the Clematis pattern diameter 15.5cm, both against a green ground (2). £60 - £80 132 A Walter Moorcroft New Butterfly pattern vase of swollen ovoid form decorated with butterflies and flowers over a white glazed ground, impressed and painted marks, height 20cm. £120 - £150 133 A pair of late 19th Century jar and covers each panel decorated with hand painted Watteauesque scenes of courting couples within garden settings, flanked with panels of hand painted floral sprays against a black ground, each with gilt scroll borders, the domed cover with similar decoration, both bear Augustus Rex marks, height 46cm, one cover S/D. £50 - £80

129 134 A Royal Worcester pedestal ewer panel decorated by Harry Stinton with Highland cattle on a mossy bank with mountains in the distance, the neck and shoulders with pierced detailing, signed, green mark with obscured date code, height 17cm A/F £50 - £80 135 Four pieces of assorted Royal Worcester comprising a shape 2141 twin handled vase decorated with flowers, height 30cm A/F, two blush ivory candle snuffers and a vase decorated by Millie Hunt with hand painted roses, height 11cm S/D, all with printed marks (4). £50 - £80 136 A Royal Worcester cabinet plate decorated by R. Austin to the central well with a hand painted birds nest at the foot of a tree with leaves and buttercups surrounding, signed, puce mark with date code for 1929, diameter 24cm S/D together with a Royal Worcester jug of coopered barrel form and a small Royal Worcester vesta holder formed as a tree trunk with encrusted flowers (3). £50 - £80

130 137 A 20th Century Meissen spill vase decorated with a hand painted floral cartouche against a blue ground with a gilt foliate border, underglaze cross swords mark, height 15cm together with a 19th Century twin handled cup and cover decorated with encrusted flowers and foliage, unmarked, possibly Coalport, length 14.5cm (2). £50 - £80 138 A collection of 19th Century bisque nodding head figures to include Oriental and Arab examples, two sets of Victorian figures and a large example modelled as a seated lady being serenaded by a kneeling male (qty). £60 - £80 139 A Royal China Works Grainger & Co Worcester vase decorated with a hand painted bird perched upon a gilt and painted branch, printed mark, height 12.5cm together with a Royal Worcester ice jug, height 15cm (2). £40 - £60



140 A Japanese Imari footed bowl decorated with a patterned roundel with wrythen panels with one large decorated with a heron amidst bamboo, the exterior with similar decoration, diameter 26.5cm together with a Famille Rose palette charger decorated with chrysanthemum and flowers, both unmarked (2). £40 - £60 141 A Chinese blue and white vase decorated with a hand painted stylised dragon amidst stylised clouds, unmarked, height 35cm. £50 - £80 142 A Chinese blue and white Zun ‘Double Happiness’ vase decorated with symbols, foliate scrolls and flower heads, bears painted Chenghua reign mark, height 37.5cm. £100 - £150 143 A Royal Doulton Lambeth commemorative trophy jug and tumbler of tapered cylindrical form, each decorated in a dark blue glaze with an applied shields with B.S.A Shooting Cup emblems to the front and two heraldic shields to the sides, both with hallmarked silver rims, impressed marks, jug height 21cm. £200 - £300 144 Five assorted Beswick birds comprising a 992 Blue Tit, 2413 Goldcrest, 1041 Grey Wagtail, 1042 Bullfinch and 980 Robin together with a Beswick (Royal Doulton Group) naturalistic stand (6). £50 - £80


145 A 1930s Goldscheider (Staffordshire) Art Deco figure of a Cossack dancer playing a balalaika, printed script mark, height 23cm. £100 - £150 146 A large Norman Wilson for Wedgwood footed bowl of flared form with ribbed fluting to the exterior, the interior glazed in a mottled blue and the exterior in pale brown, printed and impressed marks, diameter 27cm, S/D £70 - £90 147 A large Norman Wilson for Wedgwood footed bowl of flared form with ribbed fluting to the exterior glazed in Moonstone white, printed marks, diameter 27cm, S/D £70 - £90 148 A large Keith Murray for Wedgwood vase of tapering form decorated with vertical banding glazed in Moonstone white, printed KM initials mark, height 30cm, S/D £70 - £90 149 A large 19th Century continental earthenware charger decorated with a relief moulded portrait of a Renaissance style gentleman within a relief moulded border picked out in blue over a cream glazed ground, unmarked, diameter 42cm. £50 - £80 150 A Keith Murray for Wedgwood Art Deco footed bowl decorated in Matt Straw, the wide bowl with a carved band, printed signature mark, diameter 25.5cm, S/D £60 - £80

153 151 A Moorcroft vase of ovoid form with a roll rim neck decorated in the Anemone pattern with tubelined flowers against a tonal blue ground, impressed marks, height 11cm, S/D £80 - £120 152 A matched Moorcroft cylindrical trinket box, the base decorated in the Frilled Orchid pattern and the lid in the Anemone pattern, both against a blue ground, impressed marks, height 9cm. £40 - £60 153 A small Moorcroft vase decorated in the flambe African Lily pattern with tubelined flowers and foliage against a tonal red to green ground, impressed mark, height 10cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 154 A large Moorcroft Anemone pattern footed bowl decorated with tubelined flowers against a green ground, impressed marks with painted initials, diameter 20cm. £60 - £80

157 155 A Moorcroft ginger jar and cover decorated in the Hibiscus pattern with tonal flowers against a blue ground, impressed marks with paper label to the base, height 17cm. £80 - £120 156 A Moorcroft Anemone pattern powder box and cover decorated with tubelined flowers against a dark blue wash ground, impressed marks with paper label to the base, diameter 12cm, S/D £60 - £80 157 A large Moorcroft Pottery vase decorated in the Fairy Ring pattern designed by Philip Richardson with a band of mushrooms against a tonal pale brown wash ground, impressed and painted marks, dated 12.11.90, marked as a second, height 37cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300


158 A set of six Royal Copenhagen coffee cups and saucers hand enameled with a tonal brown botanical study over a white glazed ground together with a matched jug with a brown floral sprig, height 14cm. £80 - £120 159 A large early 20th Century Continental pottery vase in the manner of Linthorpe of waisted barrel form, heavily relief moulded with a mouse below a flowering tree picked out in tonal green glazes with a red glazed interior, unmarked, height 36cm. £70 - £90 160 A 20th Century Chinese studio pottery vase of globe and shaft form decorated with a tonal matt crystalline type glaze in brown over a deep red speckled body, impressed seal mark, height 21cm. £30 - £50 161 Four pieces of assorted Poole Pottery comprising a BN pattern shape 924 jardiniere S/D , a BN pattern 443 vase, an LE pattern jug and an RN pattern biscuit barrel S/D, all with printed and painted marks (4). £40 - £60 162 Three pieces of assorted Gouda comprising a floral decorated jug S/D, a Chrysanthemum pattern vase and an oval planter S/D, all with painted marks (3). £40 - £60 163 A Moorcroft Pottery vase decorated in the Flame of the Forest pattern designed by Phillip Gibson, impressed and painted marks, height 24cm. £80 - £120

164 164 A Dennis China Works vase decorated with tubelined toucans to a design by Sally Tuffin, impressed and painted marks, height 16cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80 165 A Moorcroft Pottery baluster vase decorated in the Passionflower pattern designed by Sally Tuffin, printed and impressed marks, height 16.5cm. £60 - £80 166 A Moorcroft Pottery vase of swollen form decorated in the Passionflower pattern designed by Sally Tuffin, printed and impressed marks, height 16.5cm. £60 - £80 167 A Moorcroft Pottery vase of inverted bell form decorated in the Pulsatilla pattern, designed by Vicky Lovatt, impressed and painted marks, marked as a second, height 15cm. £30 - £50

173 (front and verso) 168 A small Moorcroft Pottery ginger jar and cover decorated in the Orange and Blossoms pattern, designed by Rachel Bishop, height 11cm, marked as a second £30 - £50 169 A Moorcroft Pottery vase of slender baluster form decorated in the Bluebell Harmony pattern designed by Kerry Goodwin, impressed marks, height 21cm. £40 - £60 170 A Moorcroft Clematis pattern ginger jar and cover decorated with tubelined flowers against a green ground, HM Potter to Queen Mary paper label to base and lid underside, height 16cm together with a Moorcroft Clematis pattern vase, impressed mark, height 9.5cm (2). £60 - £80

171 A Moorcroft Pottery vase of footed form leading to a square collar neck decorated in the Sea Holly pattern designed by Emma Bossons, painted and impressed marks, height 22cm. £80 - £120 172 A Moorcroft Pottery vase of slender waisted form decorated in the Elfin Beck pattern designed by Philip Gibson, printed and painted marks, signed Philip Gibson to the base and numbered 220 of 250, height 21cm. £100 - £150 173 A large Moorcroft River of Dreams pattern vase designed by Sarah Cowan, impressed and painted marks, stamped BX to the base, height 37cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300



174 174 A large Moorcroft Pottery Trial vase decorated in the Blue Heaven pattern designed by Nicola Slaney, painted Trial 21-11-12 to the base, impressed marks, height 31cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 175 A boxed limited edition Kevin Francis Tea with Clarice Cliff figure modelled by Andy Moss, numbered 449 of 2000, boxed with certificate of of authenticity, height 23cm. £50 - £80 176 Two pieces of late 19th Century majolica comprising a jug decorated with relief moulded fish swimming above the waves and amidst shells, incised England, height 16.5cm and a mug decorated with birds in flight, height 11cm, both S/D (2). £40 - £60 177 A late 19th Century Coalport teapot with moulded bark effect glazed in green, the fittings by Hukin and Heath with a wicker handle, printed mark to the base, stamped mark to the handle, height 13.5cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £40 - £60


177 178 Six assorted Beswick animals comprising a Champion Sabrina Sir Richmond 14th S/D, a Guernsey cow model 1248A S/D, a Friesian Calf model 1249C, a Guernsey calf model 1249A, a Jersey calf model 1249D and a foal model 815 in brown gloss (6). £50 - £80 179 A set of twenty-four Royal Doulton Dickens figures comprising Scrooge, Micawber, Sairy Gamp, Uriah Heep, Pecksniff, Buzfuz, Trotty Veck, Bill Sikes, Tiny Tim, Little Nell, Mrs Bardell, Fat Boy, Artful Dodger, Dick Swiveller, Jingle, Stiggins (A/F), Tony Weller, Bumble, Pickwick, Oliver Twist, Fargin, Sam Weller, Captain Cuttle and David Copperfield (A/F) (24). £150 - £200 180 A large Royal Worcester shape 1028 ewer decorated with a spray of summer daisies and ferns against a pale ivory ground, puce mark, circa 1891, height 32.5cm, restored £50 - £80 181 A Royal Crown Derby pedestal vase decorated with a hand painted cartouche panel with a stylised bird in a landscape setting, framed within a gilt border, all to a blue ground with gilt detailing, signed Darlington, printed mark with date code for 1914, height 22cm. £100 - £150

183 (part, front and verso) 182 A pair of Chinese models of water buffalo decorated in brown, mustard and green patches, both raised to carved hardwood stands, length 18cm S/D £60 - £80 183 Three pieces of late 19th to early 20th Century Chinese famille rose comprising a high sided bowl decorated with figural and floral cartouche panels, unmarked, diameter 14.5cm, a shouldered vase decorated with two panels, the first with figures in conversation and the reverse with a spray of flowers and birds, unmarked, height 20cm and a shallow plate with similar decoration, dimeter 21.5cm (3). ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80 184 A Naking Cargo Chinese blue and white tea bowl and saucer decorated with a hand painted landscape, retains Christies lot label, lot 5110, saucer diameter 10cm together with a slop bowl decorated with a rock and peony pattern, lot 3083, diameter 15cm (3). £80 - £120


199 A Beswick Mounted Indian model 1391, black crest mark, retains foil label £100 - £150

185 A polychrome model of a seated deity wearing gold coloured chains and holding a cone, possibly Tibetan, unmarked, height 22.5cm. £40 - £60 186 A 19th Century Chinese blue and white scallop edge tea bowl and saucer decorated with two figures in a temple garden setting surrounded by sailing boats at sea, the bowl with similar decoration in the round, both pieces unmarked, saucer diameter 14cm (2). £40 - £60 187 Three Ming Style footed bowls with blue and white stylised decoration, diameter 16cm together with two 19th Century footed bowls with hand painted floral sprays, all A/F (5). £60 - £80 188 A 19th Century Chinese blue and white moon flask decorated with stylised dragons amidst clouds chasing a flaming pearl, the border edge with repeat pattern flower heads, the twin handles formed as pierced flowers, unmarked, height 17cm S/D £40 - £60 189 A pair of Chinese brightly coloured spill vases modelled as temple dogs raised to a rectangular pedestal with a trumpet vase to their backs, unmarked, height 17.5cm S/D £40 - £60 190 A Chinese footed vase and cover decorated with hand painted galleons in full sail with rowing boats greeting them, the reverse with a strip of land with figures and buildings, unmarked, height 13.5cm S/D £40 - £60

200 A Beswick Lifeguard model 1624, black crest mark £100 - £150

193 191 A 19th Century Chinese teapot of silver form enamel decorated with hand painted figures (possibly a family) in a garden setting, unmarked, height 17cm together with a 19th Century famille rose teapot enamel decorated with flowers and foliage, height 15cm (2). £60 - £80

195 A late 19th to early 20th Century tureen mould with a peacock displaying its feathers to the base and decorated with a mottled brown treacle glaze, length 15.5cm together with a slip glazed rectangular pie dish and a two section dish decorated with white slip, length 3cm S/D (3). £40 - £60

192 A Chinese Yixing teapot, the handle and spout formed as knarled tree branches terminating in prunus blossom to the body, impressed seal mark, height 10cm. £50 - £80

196 Seven pieces of assorted studio pottery comprising four jugs, two mugs and a vase each decorated with a slip design over a brown ground, tallest 17cm (7). £30 - £50

193 A 19th Century Chinese export tea bowl and saucer decorated in the Persian style with Arabic script to the central well and border edge with floral and foliate decoration, unmarked, saucer diameter 15cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80

197 A studio pottery model of a Welsh Dresser with plates, mugs and jugs decorated in a brown glaze, height 21cm together with a marbled vase, a studio pottery pitcher, vase and a variant on the Cadogan teapot (5). £30 - £50

194 A late 19th Century Coalport style twin handled vase decorated with two landscape roundels surrounded by encrusted flowers and foliage with gilded detailing to the foot and neck, unmarked, height 27cm. £30 - £50

198 A Moorcroft Pottery footed vase decorated in the Caribbean pattern designed by Walter Moorcroft, impressed marks, initialled in green, height 13cm. £60 - £80

201 Three Beswick Wild Animals comprising a Lion (facing right) model 1506, a Lioness model 2097 and a Lion Cub model 2098, all with oval marks (3). £50 - £80 202 Four Beswick horse comprising a Welsh Cob (Rearing) model 1014, a Mare model 976, a Quarter Horse model 2186 and a Mare on a base (4). £50 - £80 203 Four Beswick horse comprising Black Beauty model 2466, Bois Roussell Racehorse model 701 and two Thoroughbred Stallion model 1992 together with a Beswick Foal (smaller Thoroughbred type, facing left) model 1816 (5). £50 - £80 204 Three assorted Carlton Ware vases comprising two New Mikado pattern of varying form and a Spiders Web squat vase, all with printed script marks, tallest 21cm (3). £60 - £80 205 Two Royal Doulton figures comprising The Old Balloon Seller HN1315 and The Balloon Man HN1954 £60 - £80



206 A Ruskin Pottery crystalline bowl of footed circular form decorated with a mottled blue splatter glaze over an oatmeal ground, impressed marks and date for 1927, width 16cm. £60 - £80


207 A late 19th Century Sevres framed hand painted charger decorated to the central roundel with a young lady and gentleman stood upon a bridge with a woodland in the distance, the border in blue with floral cartouche panels, painted mark and printed S61, diameter 30cm. £60 - £80 208 A Royal Doulton coffee set decorated in the Reynard The Fox pattern, first version H4927 comprising coffee pot, hot water pot, sugar basin, cream jug and six cans and saucers, printed marks (qty). ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500


209 A large early 20th Century Royal Doulton vase decorated with tubelined flowers and foliage within jewelled borders in blue and mottled green, impressed and incised marks, artist monogram MB, possibly for Maud Bowden, height 40.5cm. £50 - £80 210 A group of three 1930s Art Deco porcelain half dolls modelled as nude females, one with a marcel wave type hairstyle and two modelled as boudoir ladies, impressed marks, tallest 12.5cm. (3). £200 - £300



211 A 1970s Denby Pottery vase decorated by Joan Goodall with hand painted flowers and foliage with a tonal pink banded neck, painted mark to the base ‘To commemorate the visit to Denby Tableware Limited of Mr J Beattie Esq on June 26th 1979’, height 33cm It is believed that Mr J Beattie is James Beattie of Wolverhampton and is likely connected to Beatties the store. £80 - £120 212 A set of seven Royal Doulton figures modelled as Henry VIII and his six wives from a limited edition of 9500 comprising Henry VIII HN3458, number 94, Catherine of Aragon HN3233 number 384, Anne Boleyn HN3232 number 3092, Jane Seymour HN3349 number 1290, Anne of Cleves HN3356 number 1121, Catherine Howard HN3449 number 1671 and Catherine Parr HN3450 number 1101, all with printed marks (7). ILLUSTRATED. £250 - £350 213 An early 20th Century Chinese blue and white charger decorated with a bird and a butterfly amidst chrysanthemum, the border with a double pattern edge, unmarked, diameter 37.5cm together with a Japanese charger decorated in the Imari palette with flowers and bamboo shoots (2). £40 - £60 214 An early 19th Century ‘Semi China’ blue and white meat drainer, the oval form transfer decorated with an Italian Ruins landscape, possibly C.J Mason, printed and impressed marks, length 33.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

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215 A post war Italian Murano glass figure of a stylised fish, Sommerso cased in clear crystal over red and blue, length 38cm, together with a similar Murano glass figure of a stylised tiger. (2). £60 - £80 216 A contemporary Peter Layton studio glass bowl of triangular form from the Kimono range with a streaked and mottled black and white design with a freeform rim, engraved signature, length 28cm. £100 - £150 217 A group of three 20th Century Caithness Springtime Graal style pieces with stylised pastel pink flowers amongst stylised green foliage to include a flared tumbler vase, a squat vase and a flared bowl, all with engraved signatures, tallest 23.5cm. £60 - £90 218 A late 19th Century Harrach vase of shouldered form cased in a dye away pale to white with opal interior relief enamelled and gilt with oak boughs, unmarked, height 13cm. £40 - £60 219 A later 20th Century St Louis crystal glass decanter of flared shouldered form with cut and polished swags below circular facets below the flared stopper in the conforming cut, acid marked and original label, height 24cm. £40 - £60


220 220 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh table epergne with three trumpets flanking the larger central trumpet all in the drapery pattern finished in the Vesta Venetian iridescence all mounted to a white metal stand, height 34cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 221 A pair of post war Italian Murano glass figures of a dandy and his lady in stylised ruby costume with applied white trim, unmarked, height 28cm. (2). £80 - £120 222 A late 19th to early 20th Century glass vase in the manner of James Powell & Sons with compressed ovoid base below a tall fluted collar neck and frill rim with a graduated straw opalescence, height 20.5cm. £30 - £50 223 A late 19th Century lily vase, possibly Thomas Webb & Sons with a fluted folded foot below a fluted flared trumpet body with frill rim all in a deep amber, height 33cm. £40 - £60

224 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons vase of shouldered ovoid form with a dimple knocked side below a triform rim, decorated in a filomentosa style pattern or pink and white loops, unmarked, height 20cm. £30 - £50 225 A small assorted collection of 19th Century and later European glassware to include Stourbridge glass bowls and posy vases and Venetian pedestal bowls. (7). £30 - £50 226 A later 20th Century Annette Meach studio glass vase of cylindrical form decorated with tonal purple and ochre swirled and mottled pattern, engraved signature, dated 1975, height 18cm. £40 - £60 227 A 1930s Orrefors clear cut crystal glass Triton vase designed by Edward Hald of swollen ovoid form with repeat vertical concave pillar cuts, engraved signature, height 25cm. £40 - £60

228 A small free blown organic bowl by Andre Thuret circa 1930 of oval section with integral loop handles to the heavy cased clear crystal body, internally decorated with powder pink and silver mica around the bowl, engraved signature, width 16cm. Andre Thuret was one of the first modern French studio glass artists and a contemporary of Maurice Marinot. He was born on November 3, 1898 in Paris. He worked in a traditional glass blowing technique exhibiting at the Salon d’Automne in 1928 and 1932 and obtained his first plate of the Company of Encouragement to Art. He was invited to exhibit in the United States in 1929-1930. Andre Thuret received his Chevalier of the Legion of Honor in 1947. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400 229 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons vase attributed to Dr Christopher Dresser, of footed angular form with a tall collar neck with flared rim, enamelled with a scrolling stylised carnation flower between borders over the satin pink ground, unmarked, height 25cm. £100 - £150



230 A group of ten later 20th Century crystal wine glasses with cut and polished decoration and repeat elliptical cutting to the rim, unmarked, height 14cm. £40 - £60 231 A mid 20th Century suite of Stuart Ellesmere pattern crystal glass to include a decanter of footed swollen form to a spire stopper, six flared wine glasses and six squat tumblers all with stylised leaf cut decoration, acid marked, decanter height 31.5cm. £120 - £150 232 A 20th Century crystal glass jug of footed flared form and applied angular handle by Jack Lloyd for Tudor Crystal with cut and engraved garlands above a band of printie panels, unmarked, height 19cm. £60 - £80 233 A 20th Century crystal glass bowl of footed form by Jack Lloyd for Tudor Crystal with a zigzag band of intaglio cutting depicting floral scenes embedded between mitre cut panels, acid marked, diameter 23cm. £80 - £120 234 A set of four early 20th Century Salviati wine glasses the spread foot below the drawn stem to a wrythen knop below the octagonal flared bowl with applied tear trails to the base, unmarked, height 14cm. £60 - £80 235 A later 20th Century Royal Brierley glass vase of tapering form to the everted neck decorated with random trails of petrol iridescence to the blue ground with a similar smaller example to an onyx ground, tallest 20cm. £30 - £50


236 A 20th Century crystal glass claret jug of flared form to the facet cut neck to an applied loop handle with pillar hobnail cuts to the body all below a spire stopper in the conforming cut, unmarked, height 25cm. £30 - £50

241 An early 20th Century Venetian drinks set comprising of a decanter of bell form with silvered floral motives to the pewter ground with six squat glasses in the conforming pattern, unmarked, decanter height 21cm. £30 - £50

237 An early 20th Century Stuart & Sons crystal glass vase of footed form to the wrythen diamond body below the ruffled rim with applied peacock trails with emerald trim, together with another example of squat form with applied emerald peacock trails, unmarked, tallest 13.5cm. £80 - £120

242 A late 19th Century glass epergne possibly by Stuart & Sons the flared bowl below a brass mounting to a drawn trumpet centre to a wide flat rim all in a deep green, unmarked, height 34cm. £80 - £120

238 An early 20th Century Stuart & Sons crystal of footed trumpet form with applied emerald swag trails, together with another example in a deep olive with applied concentric prunts, unmarked, tallest 16cm. £80 - £120

243 A late 19th Century group of Stourbridge cranberry glass to include a squat vase of hourglass form, an example of sleeve form decorated with applied clear crystal to the rim and a pair of vases in a graduated clear to cranberry of tapering sleeve form, tallest 22.5cm. £60 - £80

239 A Mdina vase of barrel form the tonal brown and turquoise whiplash ground cased in clear crystal, together with a Mdina figure of a dolphin the blue body decorated with trails of yellow to elliptical bullicante, all cased in clear crystal, acid marked, length 23cm. £40 - £60

244 A group of 20th Century Scandinavian crystal to include a Bengt Edenfalk vase for Skruf of rectangular sleeve form with engraving depicting a fish amongst stylised waves, an Orrefors Sven Palmqvist vase engraved with a bird and a FM Konstglas figure of a bird, tallest 19cm. £50 - £80

240 An early 20th Century shallow crystal glass roll rim bowl in the style of Kralik Martele pattern the body decorated with a moulded crosshatch pattern to the ruffle rim all finished in a rainbow iridescence, unmarked, diameter 22cm. £30 - £50

245 A pair of late 19th Century table epergnes, possibly John Walsh Walsh, the coiled silver plate stand between two crystal glass flutes of swollen form to a ruffled neck with repeat leaf cutting, unmarked, width 18cm. £60 - £80

246 A 1930s Whitefriars footed bowl in sea green with optic moulding throughout the body, together with a similar example of shallow form with a wide flat rim in willow, unmarked, widest 28cm. £60 - £80 247 A late 19th Century Stourbridge glass posy basket the clear crystal leaf feet rising to the opal body cased over the internal cranberry all to the tight frill rim and applied clear handle, unmarked, height 20cm. £30 - £50 248 An early 20th Century crystal glass footed globe vase possibly by John Walsh Walsh the repeat diamond cartouche panels of engraved scenes of birds amongst branches between pillars and sprays of mitre cutting, unmarked, height 16cm. £60 - £80

249 249 A late 19th Century strawberry set attributed to Stevens & Williams, both of spherical form with wave crimped rim cased in clear satin over the random trail air trap design on the cranberry ground over the opal inside joint, silver plated stand with a central handle, width 20cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120


250 An Art Deco style Czech decanter of flared faceted form below pointed facet stopper, together with six faceted squat glasses all to amber ground, unmarked, decanter height 21cm. £50 - £80 251 A 20th Century Seguso figure of two birds perching on a branch with yellow and green bodies both picked out with aventurine cased in clear crystal together with two other Seguso birds in clear over pale pink unmarked, widest 21cm. £60 - £80 252 A Geoffrey Baxter for Whitefriars Textured range cylindrical bark vase, pattern 9734, in Kingfisher Blue, height 26.5cm. £50 - £80 253 Two Geoffrey Baxter for Whitefriars Textured range cylindrical bark vases, pattern No 9691 in Tangerine and Willow, height 23cm. £100 - £150 254 Three Geoffrey Baxter for Whitefriars Textured range cylindrical bark vases, pattern No 9690 in Tangerine, Ruby and Kingfisher Blue, height 19cm. £60 - £80 255 A post war Murano Sommerso glass vase of compressed ovoid form with pulled rim, internally decorated with a pale blue and pale yellow panel, unmarked, height 23cm. £40 - £60

256 A contemporary studio glass jug by Samantha Sweet of compressed ovoid form with integral handle in a frosted pink finish, engraved signature, height 18cm, together with a similar larger example in pale blue by Patrick Stern, height 21cm. (2). £40 - £60 257 A contemporary Siddy Langley studio glass vase of ovoid form cased in clear crystal over a tonal red and black banded and striped design, engraved signature, dated 2000, height 14cm, together with a matched small compressed ovoid example, height 9cm. (2). £80 - £120 258 A Michael Harris for Mdina glass vase of low shouldered form, conical body and flared neck, cased in clear crystal over a tonal blue and green striped ground, height 13cm, together with a similar tonal blue ‘eared’ vase, and a small pulled loop bowl. (3). £60 - £80 259 A Michael Harris for Mdina glass vase of ovoid form with wide flat rim cased in clear crystal over a tonal blue and green striped ground, height 14cm, together with two pulled rim bowls and a small paperweight, engraved signatures. (4). £60 - £80 260 A Michael Harris for Isle of Wight small glass tortoise shell vase of shallow cylindrical form with wide collar neck decorated with a tonal ochre and brown spiral pattern, impressed flame mark, together with a smaller matched vase and a cylindrical shallow bowl. (3). £50 - £80

261 261 A large late 19th Century Art Nouveau vase in the manner of Louis Comfort Tiffany with a conical base rising to a tall slender body with wide flared and folded rim, decorated with peacock eyes and pulled feathers in dark bronze and deep purple iridescence over a dark purple ground, unsigned, height 31cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

262 A 1930s French Art Deco pressed glass bowl, relief moulded to the reverse with repeat stylised flowers and foliage picked out in graduated opalescence, unmarked, width 31cm. ILLUSTRATED. £40 - £60




263 Four pieces of assorted post war Dartington glass designed by Frank Thrower comprising two green cased vases with angular banding, a similar smaller example in pale blue and a water jug of waisted cylindrical form with applied loop handle together with a Caithness glass carafe (5). £60 - £80

268 A 20th Century Magnor bowl of elliptical form the blue ground cased in clear crystal with a similar smaller example in green and a Flygsfors Couqille style bowl in opal over blue cased in clear crystal, widest 33.5cm. £40 - £60

264 A pair of post war pressed glass vases designed by Frantisek Vizner for Hermanova Hut of sleeve form with relief moulded maze decoration, unmarked, height 25cm. £50 - £80 265 A 1940s crystal glass decanter designed by Elis Bergh for Kosta of tapering ribbed optic form below the ball stopper, engraved signature, together with another Scandinavian vase of compressed ovoid form the blue ground cased in clear crystal, unmarked, tallest 25cm. £40 - £60

Provenance - Gift to the owner from the artist £80 - £120 273 A later 20th Century studio glass bowl by Dante Marioni in the Venetian taste with a diamond moulded shallow circular bowl raised to a hollow blown baluster form stem and a folded circular spread foot, unmarked, height 10.5cm, width 10cm.

269 269 An early 20th Century spherical glass paperweight with an applied white metal handle, enamel decorated for ‘Direct’ Line of steamers - Glasgow’ around a flag, height 9cm. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80

266 A 20th Century Murano glass figure of a sitting dog with applied decoration to the amber body all cased in clear crystal, unmarked, height 26cm. £50 - £80

270 A 20th Century clear crystal glass box of rectangular section with a facet cover, reverse cut with three kingfishers to a bough, unmarked. £50 - £80

267 A pair of North Counties dump weights in the manor of John Kilner decorated with stylised flowers to the green ground, unmarked, height 9cm. £40 - £60

271 A contemporary studio glass bowl in the Venetian taste by Lino Tagliapietra with a clear crystal fluted circular bowl with red trimmed wave rim, mounted to a circular spread and folded foot, height 9.5cm, width 14cm. Provenance - Gift to the owner from the artist £60 - £80


272 A large later 20th Century studio glass bowl by Dante Marioni in the Venetian taste with a wrythen fluted circular bowl raised to a folded circular spread foot, engraved signature and date for 1987, height 15cm, width 25cm.

Provenance - Gift to the owner from the artist £40 - £60 274 A later 20th Century studio glass goblet by Dante Marioni in the Venetian taste with a ribbon trailed and gadrooned bowl raised to a hollow blown baluster form stem and a folded circular spread foot, unmarked, height 12cm. Provenance - Gift to the owner from the artist. £40 - £60 275 A small later 20th Century studio glass beaker by Isgard MojeWholgemuth of cylindrical form, decorated with gold and black oxide over internally cased pale red vertical stripes, engraved signature and date for 29th March 1980, height 7cm. Provenance - Gift to the owner from the artist. £40 - £60

276 A later 20th Century studio glass tumbler by Dudley Giberson of cylindrical form cased in clear crystal over a tonal ochre marbled ground with inset black hearts and red pulled feathers, engraved signature and dated 1975, height 8cm. Provenance - Gift to the owner from the artist. £30 - £50 277 A later 20th Century studio glass scent bottle by Colin Reid in cast glass with polished faceted body decorated with a medial black and white ripple stripe and internal abstract aperture, engraved signature and date for 1982, height 17.5cm, S/D. £100 - £150 278 A later 20th Century free blown and lampworked studio glass model of a stylised lady’ss high heeled boot by Richard Clements decorated with applied blue glass buttons over the tonal blue and clear striped ground, unmarked, height 20cm. Provenance - Gift to the owner from the artist. £50 - £80 279 A later 20th Century free blown and lampworked studio glass teapot by Richard Clements of compressed ovoid form, internally decorated with tonal blue spiral lines and applied clear crystal handle and spout, engraved signature and date for 1985, height 8cm. Provenance - Gift to the owner from the artist. £60 - £80


290 An early 20th Century tantalus with three crystal glass decanters, possibly Thomas Webb & Sons, of barrel form with a band of hobnail cutting to the body below the facet cut neck rising to the lapidary stopper all to a white metal stand on lion paw feet, height 31cm. £50 - £80

282 280 A later 20th Century studio glass bottle vase by Pauline Solven circa 1975, of shouldered ovoid form with collar neck, decorated with applied collar strapping over the air bubble ground, engraved signature, height 15cm. Provenance - Gift to the owner from the artist. £40 - £60 281 A later 20th Century studio glass tankard by Marvin Lipovsky, of swollen cylindrical form with large S scroll handle to the deep amber ground with small air bubble decoration, unmarked, height 9.5cm. Provenance - Gift to the owner from the artist. £40 - £60 282 A Vicke Lindstrand for Kosta ice block sculpture from a large glass fragment with flat polished face engraved with a mother and baby polar bear, engraved signature to the base, height 12cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

294 283 A 1930s Art Deco Stourbridge clear cut crystal glass vase of ovoid form cut and polished with stylised fish swimming amongst bubbles, unmarked, height 20cm. £60 - £80 284 A post war cheese dish by Benny Motzfeldt for Hadeland of shallow circular section with a wide flat rim mounted with a matched dome with high handle and ball finial all in a smoke grey finish, retains original foil label. £40 - £60 285 A post war Martini jug designed by Jacob Bang for Kastrup with conical base bound in cord below an ovoid bowl with integral lip all in a deep cinnamon, complete with original stirrer, unmarked. £40 - £60 286 A 1930s Stuart & Sons clear crystal glass vase of footed flared form, decorated with engraved vertical panels of stylised flowers and foliage between linear borders, acid mark, height 25cm. £40 - £60

287 A mid 20th Century Skrdlovice glass vase designed by Jan Beranek, of sleeve form with pulled loop decoration to the body cased in meadow green to a cinnamon core, unmarked, height 25cm. £40 - £60 288 A later 20th Century Lalique ‘Deux Fleurs’ scent bottle of flattened form with overlapping poppy heads in a frosted finish against the clear crystal ground, together with a Lalique fish sculpture in a frosted finish to the clear crystal base, both with engraved signatures, height 10cm. £60 - £80 289 A 20th Century Royales De Champagnes crystal glass vase of tall fazzoletto form, original label and acid marked, height 40cm. £60 - £80

291 An early 20th Century tantalus with three square glass bottles all with cork stoppers with spirit labels, all tin a triform silver plated stand with a central ornate handle, height 38cm. £60 - £80 292 A set of six 20th Century Moser crystal glass tumblers of flared form the basal facet cutting below a band of strawberry hobnail cutting, acid marked, height 13.5cm. £50 - £80 293 A late 19th Century crystal glass beer stein of footed form with a pillar cut body between notch cut spines all to the facet cut spire cover set into the pewter mounts, 25cm. £30 - £50 294 An early 20th Century Stourbridge crystal glass scrooge decanter, possibly Stevens & Williams, of square section with deeply dimpled body, below a silver hallmarked collar and hollow blown stopper, decorated with fine crystal threading, 31cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120



295 A pair of later 20th Century Kosta Boda Atoll candlesticks of cylindrical form the streaks of deep blue with in the clear crystal, acid marked, height 15cm. £30 - £50

302 A 20th Century Thomas Webb & Sons ‘Martini Jug’ of footed footed form to the bulbous body below the crimped neck, acid marked, height 25cm. £40 - £60

296 A 20th Century vase in the manner of Moser of footed flared form with bands of heavy facet cutting separated by horizontal banding all to the amber ground, unmarked, height 24cm. £30 - £50

303 A set of six harlequin wine glasses, possibly by Gullaskruf, of footed form below the slender pulled stem rising to the ball shaped bowl to an everted rim, unmarked, height 20cm. £60 - £80

297 A later 20th Century Kosta Boda crystal glass vase of hexagonal sleeve form to the cambered polished neck designed by Bengt Edenfalk, engraved signature, height 23cm. £40 - £60

304 A set of six crystal glass shot glasses in the manner of Moser, of cylindrical footed form, the foot in an acid banded finish, unmarked, height 9cm. £50 - £80

298 A group four of 19th Century flagon shape decanters with loop handles all to silver mounted collars and stoppers, tallest 21cm. £50 - £80 299 A 20th Century Orrefors crystal glass bowl of oval form, each end terminating in vertical mitre cuts, engraved signature, width 21cm. £30 - £50 300 A 20th Century crystal glass vase of flared form, possibly Webb Corbett, the body with deep hobnail cutting and surface cross engraving, unmarked, height 15cm. £30 - £50 301 A pair of Cumbria Crystal ships decanters in the Georgian taste, of conical form to a slender neck with three annulated rings below the flat stopper, unmarked, height 28cm. £50 - £80


305 A collection of five crystal glass goblets to include a pair of footed form with circular facet cutting to the bowl and a pair of square footed rummers, tallest 18cm. £50 - £80 306 A large contemporary Simon Moore glass jug of swollen form in a deep olive with an applied handle in clear crystal, engraved signature, height 25cm. £30 - £50 307 A Riihimaki glass vase designed by Tamara Aladin of footed form below the waisted cylindrical body in a pale topaz all cased in clear crystal, together with an Aseda example of slender form with a medial bladed knop, unmarked, tallest 25cm. £30 - £50

309 308 An early 20th Century Kralik clear crystal glass vase of spherical form decorated with tonal green lines in a grid pattern, unmarked, height 16cm. £80 - £120 309 An early 20th Century Continental glass vase in the manner of Loetz of swollen ovoid form with narrow collar neck and everted rim, cased in deep ruby over opal with random Paisley swirl motifs to the body, unmarked, height 30cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 310 A pair of early 20th Century Stevens & Williams crystal glass scent bottles, each of cylindrical form with collar neck and hollow blown stopper cased in green over clear and flash cut in the hobnail pattern, height 17cm. (2). ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

310 311 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons miniature Queens Burmese jug of shouldered ovoid form with drawn collar neck, relief paste gilt decorated with a flowering blossom bough, height 11cm, together with a later Fenton Queens Burmese vase with flowers and foliage. (2). £60 - £80 312 A 1950s Afors sommerso vase designed by Ernest Gordon the suspended deep ruby core cased in clear crystal, engraved signature, height 21.5cm. £40 - £60 313 A group of post war Scandinavian crystal glass to include a green asymmetric core vase by Vicke Lindstrand, an Orrefors bear paperweight and two Kosta engraved vases, tallest 13cm. £60 - £80 314 A post war Kosta shallow bowl the internal green core decorated with trails of pulegoso bubbles all cased in clear crystal, engraved signature, diameter 27cm. £80 - £120


322 A pair of 1930s clear crystal glass tumblers each engraved with a seagull in flight over waves, unmarked, height 15cm. (2). £30 - £50

315 315 A post war Val St Lambert vase of flared form the clear crystal cased in emerald green with repeat bands of vertical mitre cutting to the rim and base between two banded cuts to the waist, engraved signature, height 15.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £40 - £60 316 A group of Mdina glass to include a vase of cylindrical form with applied trail in clear crystal, a vase of high shouldered form, two stylised leaf bowls, a tall desk weight of spire form and four freeform knots in a graduated deep turquoise to clear, tallest 20cm. £50 - £80 317 A 1940s Stevens & Williams Rainbow glass bowl of shallow circular form with a wide rim, internally decorated with a blue and green spiral line, width 26cm. £30 - £50

323 318 A post war Italian Murano glass figure of a stylised bull with Sommerso body in clear crystal over ruby and blue, unmarked, height 20cm, together with two similar smaller examples. (3). £80 - £120 319 A mid 20th Century Orrefors glass vase of compressed ovoid form, engraved with a cock and hen pheasant among grasses, engraved signature, height 20cm. £30 - £50 320 A large pair of early 20th Century Moser clear crystal plates of circular section, reverse intaglio cut with stylised flowers and foliage with gilt, acid mark, diameter 35cm (2). £80 - £120 321 A late 19th to early 20th Century clear crystal glass marriage goblet of footed form with a central hollow wrythen column with twin stylised horse mouth piece, unmarked, height 30cm. £70 - £90

323 A 19th Century Bohemian glass Tulip vase in the manner of Moser or Neuwelt, petal edged rim above an ovoid bowl with knopped stem and flared foot, cased in white over clear crystal and cut with Gothic panels decorated with strawberry diamond cuts and hand enamelled flowers over a gilded ground, height 30cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 324 A set of six 1930s John Walsh Walsh harlequin hock glasses the clear crystal stem rising to a wide shallow bowl cased and cut with elliptical mitre cut band above the hobnail cut base, unmarked, height 14cm. £80 - £120 325 A 20th Century Tudor crystal glass bowl by Jack Lloyd with panels engraved with figs in branches separated by horizontal bands of strawberry hobnail cutting below the notch cut rim, engraved signature, diameter 29cm. £80 - £120 326 A 20th Century Lalique clear crystal glass ashtray in the Cuba pattern of circular form with a step block border decorated with alternate panels of frosted stylised foliate motifs, engraved signature, width 15cm. £50 - £80

327 A 20th Century Lalique clear crystal glass comport with a shallow circular fluted bowl mounted to a central pedestal decorated with four frosted glass sparrows above a small circular foot, engraved signature, height 9cm, width 14cm. £80 - £120 328 A set of four 19th Century clear crystal glass rummers with slice cut bucket bowl above a bladed knop stem and circular spread foot, height 15.5cm. (4). £40 - £60 329 A pair of 19th Century clear crystal glass rummers with a slice cut bucket bowl above a bladed and invert baluster form stem with a circular spread foot, height 17.5cm, together with two similar examples. (4). £40 - £60 330 A Stromberg solifleur crystal glass vase, hexagonal faceted form with a suspended central well, unmarked, height 13.5cm. £40 - £60 331 A Stromberg vase of footed form rising to the elliptical body with engraved stylised fish reeds, unmarked, height 18cm. £50 - £80 332 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons Queens Burmese posy vase of spherical form with a quatrelobed rim in a high gloss graduated pink to citron, height 9cm, together with a Stourbridge pale pink quilted satin air trap vase and a white over citron candy stripe vase with applied rigger work. (3). £60 - £80



333 333 A late 19th Century Stevens & Williams Verre de Soire bowl of shallow circular form with an everted rim, externally decorated with spiral air trap lines to the graduated pale ruby ground over a graduated pale blue opal interior, unmarked, width 17.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80 334 A late 19th Century Stevens & Williams bowl of shallow scalloped edge form in a pink satin finish to the centre inside the spiked white satin outer, unmarked, diameter 23cm. £80 - £120

342 337 An Art Deco scent bottle of footed form to the the angular faceted body all to the stopper in the conforming shape decorated with gilt scrolls over the pewter ground together with another scent bottle with sunburst cutting to the body and stopper separated by a silver collar, tallest 19cm. £60 - £80

335 A later 20th Century Karlin Rushbrooke footed bowl the opal ground decorated with stylised mushroom heads all cased in clear crystal, engraved signature, together with another contemporary vase of compressed sleeve form in opal with amethyst abstract motives, tallest 19.5cm. £50 - £80 336 A Perthshire cartwheel paperweight with pink latticino canes to the central millefiori canes all to the pale lilac ground together with a similar Perthshire example to a deep blue ground, unmarked, diameter 8cm. £50 - £60


339 A 19th Century Richardsons clear crystal glass taza with a shallow dish form bowl raised to a slender pedestal with swept foot, the whole acid cut with a repeat anthemion design with scroll work borders, unmarked, height 13.5cm. £60 - £80

340 340 A contemporary Jonathan Harris Silver Cameo paperweight of compressed ovoid form titled ‘Fig’, cased in tonal green over clear crystal glass and cut with fig leaves picked out in silver, engraved signature and dated 2001, width 9cm. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80 338 338 A Whitefriars Drunken Bricklayer vase designed Geoffrey Baxter, pattern 9673 in Kingfisher Blue, height 21cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

341 341 A later 20th Century Iestyn Davies, Blowzone Virtue pattern vase of swollen sleeve form cased in deep blue over lime green and clean and cut with repeat random oval lozenge cuts, height 30cm, unmarked. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 342 A school of five later 20th Century Lalique Poisson figures of stylised fish in blue, opalescent, pale amethyst, pale green and pale amber, all with engraved signatures, 5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

343-435 Silver and Silver Plate

343 A George III hallmarked silver castor of baluster form and beaded borders with pierced cover with flame finial on domed collect foot, weight 2.64oz, height 13.5cm, London 1781, Thomas Wallis £100 - £150 344 A late Victorian hallmarked silver handled ivory page turner, the handle with scrolled embossed decoration, length 34.5cm, Birmingham 1889, and another with fluted handle, length 37.5cm, Birmingham 1891 (2). £100 - £150 345 A 19th Century Russian silver pedestal cup with geometric engraved design and scrolled handle, Moscow 1885, Sergei Agafanov, together with an associated napkin ring and spoon (3). £100 - £150 346 A Victorian hallmarked silver hip flask of flattened shouldered form chased with floral details and geometric borders, detachable screw cap, later repaired to the shoulders, gross weight 4.6oz Birmingham 1872 Hilliard and Thomason A/F £90 - £140 347 A George III hallmarked silver cream jug of cushion form with reeded border, scroll handle on four bun feet, London 1813 Thomas Wilkes Barker £80 - £120 348 Six George III hallmarked silver bright cut teaspoons, weight 2.5oz, London 1783 and 1784, John McFerlan (6). £50 - £80 349 A George III boat shaped open salt with reeded rim, London 1789, Benjamin Montigue, a pair of Georgian knife rests and a set of shell bowl sugar nips (4). £80 - £120


351 350 A George V hallmarked silver ring box of trefoil outline with engine turned design, velvet lined interior and raised on three fleur de lys feet, Birmingham 1916 Cornelius Desormeaux Saunders & James Francis Hollings (Frank) Shepherd £40 - £60 351 A Victorian hallmarked silver gilt castle top card case of shaped rectangular outline, embossed with a depiction of Scott’s Monument amidst foliate scrolls, the reverse with floral and foliate decoration and central vacant cartouche, length 10cm x width 7cm, Birmingham 1852 David Pettifer. ILLUSTRATED. £550 - £800 352 A George III hallmarked silver rectangular snuff box with reeded decoration and gilt interior, length 7.4cm, London 1805, William Parker. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

353 A Victorian hallmarked silver topped scent bottle with cylindrical base and hinged silver cap, Birmingham 1900 and a double ended example with clear slice cut glass body and gilt metal covers, length 12.5cm (2). £50 - £80 354 A George V hallmarked silver mounted cut glass claret jug of tapering form, height 28cm, Birmingham 1928, Deakin and Francis £400 - £600 355 A George II hallmarked silver sauce boat with scalloped border and acanthus leaf capped flying scroll handle, three shell capped hoof feet, London 1751 George Campar £150 - £200 356 A hallmarked silver decanter label for ‘Brandy’, Sheffield 1901, together with two others for ‘Port’ and ‘Sherry’, various dates and makers (3). £50 - £70

357 An Art Nouveau silver backed hand mirror of quatrefoil outline with embossed flower heads amidst flowing intertwined leaves, London 1902. £70 - £100 358 A Victorian hallmarked silver cream jug of baluster form with fluted decoration, weight 2.7oz, height 8cm, Birmingham 1871 Haseler Brothers £50 - £80 359 Two Victorian hallmarked silver topped scent bottles, each with cut glass globular body and hinged embossed cover, together with two silver sleeved scent flasks and another associated bottle, various dates and makers (5). £100 - £150 360 Two modern hallmarked silver photograph frames both with plain mount and blue velvet easel stand, Sheffield 1986 and London import mark for 1979 (2). £80 - £120


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361 A hallmarked silver three piece pedestal tea set of circular plain form each piece with foliate detailed borders, weight 20oz, Birmingham 1931/39, A.L.Davenport Ltd. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 362 A hallmarked silver Armada dish of plain circular outline, weight 17.9oz, diameter 23cm, London 1959, William Comyns £100 - £150 363 A large Sterling silver hip flask of plain shaped rectangular form with screw cover, height 20cm, the base stamped Sterling, 925. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 364 A 20th Century Canadian part canteen of cutlery, Birks Sterling silver Saxon pattern, comprising of twelve dinner forks, twelve side forks, twelve cake forks, eight dessert spoons, six soup spoons, three serving spoons, two ladles, eleven teaspoons, twelve coffee spoons a cake slice and a butter knife, together with associated flatware (95). £1200 - £1800


365 A late Victorian electroplated adjustable bottle grip and pouring device, the grip attachments operated by two C scrolled wire handles mounted to original beer bottle, stamped with pattern number 17266, reg.d patent number and makers marks. £40 - £60 366 A Victorian silver mounted clear glass scent bottle with torpedo shaped wrythen body below domed screw cap, length 29cm, London 1883 £80 - £120 367 An Edwardian hallmarked silver Aladdin’s lamp table lighter with snake scroll handle and flame finial, hallmarks rubbed, possibly 1910 £50 - £80 368 An Edwardian hallmarked silver and tortoiseshell jewellery box, the oval hinged lid centred by pique work vase and flowers opening to a velvet lined interior on cabriole legs, width 9cm, London 1908 William Comyns and Sons £120 - £180


369 A pair of George V hallmarked silver circular frames of plain form with wooden easel backs, diameter 17.5cm, Birmingham 1918, Sanders and McKenzie (2). £80 - £120 370 A Victorian hallmarked silver mounted photograph frame of rectangular outline with C scroll and floral embossed decoration to velvet covered easel frame, height 22cm, Chester 1899, James Deakin and Sons £60 - £80 371 A George V hallmarked silver circular photograph frame with plain border, diameter 23cm, London 1911, Mappin and Webb, together with an 800 grade oval example, stamped (2). £60 - £80 372 A pair of George III hallmarked silver feather edge table spoons, weight 4.2oz, length 22cm, London 1781 William Sumner and Richard Crossley (2). £70 - £100

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374 373 A George III hallmarked silver Old English pattern tablespoon length 22.5cm, York, 1815 William Astley. £40 - £60

374 A pair of George V hallmarked silver circular bon bon dishes with pierced foliate border and fluted bowl, raised on three claw feet, weight 5.44oz, London 1914, Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company (2). ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £90

375 A Victorian hallmarked silver fish knife and fork with shell and scroll handle above pierced blade, weight 11.5oz,London 1883, Francis Higgins and Sons Ltd (2). £100 - £150

377 An early 20th Century hallmarked silver desk bell with embossed foliate decoration surround central bell button, diameter 9.5cm, Birmingham 1904, S/D. £50 - £80

376 A hallmarked silver twin branch candelabra, circular stepped base with embossed foliate decoration below twin scrolling arm, height 23cm, Birmingham 1973, with a silver small tazza and a trumpet vase. (30. £120 - £150

378 A hallmarked silver canteen of Kings pattern cutlery for twelve place settings to include fish and dinner, dessert knives and forks, dessert, soup, serving, coffee and tea spoons, pastry forks and knives and a set of carvers, total weight of weighable silver 203oz, Sheffield 1977, all within a freestanding oak chest of three drawers. ILLUSTRATED. £1800 - £2000



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390 A pair of hallmarked silver squat candlesticks of plain form, height 8cm, with a silver capstan ink well and a further clear glass and silver toped ink well, various styles and dates. (4). £50 - £80


379 A George V hallmarked silver circular pedestal bowl of plain form, weight 5.8oz, diameter 13cm, Birmingham 1925, Ernest Druiff & Co, a silver cream ladle, Birmingham 1974, a three piece silver cruet set with pierced decoration and an EPNS swing handle basket (7). £60 - £90 380 A George IV hallmarked silver meat skewer length 30cm, London 1826, four Old English pattern tablespoons, London 1818, John and Henry Lias and another Edinburgh 1802 total weight 12.2oz (6). £80 - £120 381 A silver mounted cylindrical scent bottle with hinged cover, Sheffield 1893, Mappin and Webb, together with a circular powder box and cover, a brush, three napkin rings and a pickle fork, various dates and makers (7). £50 - £80



382 A 1920s Swedish planished silver pedestal bowl of flared circular outline above circular collet foot, engraved dedication Hederspris 1931, stamped marks for Stockholm Sweden 1925, Guldsmedsaktiebolaget (GAB). ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 383 Three hallmarked silver rectangular photograph frames, two with wooden easel various dates and makers (3). £60 - £90 384 A hallmarked silver triple fold rectangular card case with engine turned decoration and applied RAF wings to front, length 9.5cm, Birmingham 1939, E. J Trevitt & Sons. £60 - £80 385 Two hallmarked silver engine turned cigarette cases, Birmingham 1918 and 1947, with a Dunhill, a Dupont and two further lighters. (6). £100 - £150

386 A late 19th Century silver plated and clear cut glass six bottle cruet set with central oval carrying handle, all raised on three paw feet. £40 - £60 387 A George III hallmarked silver cream jug of helmet form with reeded handle and bright cut decoration, weight 3oz, London 1794, Solomon Hougham. £30 - £50 388 A George III hallmarked silver oval mustard with hinged lid, gadrooned border and scroll handle, the whole of four ball feet, associated white glass liner, weight 3.6oz, London 1807, makers mark rubbed, with plated spoon (2). £50 - £80 389 A set of eighteen Edwardian hallmarked silver teaspoons, each with fluted bowl and bright cut decoration, engraved oval armorial to terminal and monogram, total weight 5.7oz, London 1901, Francis Higgins III (18). £100 - £150

391 A George V hallmarked silver teapot of small proportions with scalloped rim and plain body above three pad feet, Birmingham 1929 Barker Brother Silver Ltd, together with associated circular sugar bowl and cream jug, Birmingham 1960 total weight 18oz.(3). £120 - £180 392 A hallmarked silver pedestal christening mug of plain form in fitted case, Birmingham 1937, a set of six teaspoons, a part cruet set and a silver scent bottle top A/F, various dates and makers (10). £50 - £80 393 A George V hallmarked silver engine turned petrol lighter ‘’The Beney Lighter’’ with hinged and sprung extinguisher, base stamped Finnigans London, made in England, and patent number, London 1928, RB £30 - £50 394 A late 19th to early 20th Century Anglo Indian white metal four piece dressing table set composed of brush, comb, hand mirror and pin cushion, each profusely decorated with roundels of insects, frogs, beetles, crabs and birds against a textured ground and an acanthus leaf border, unmarked (4). ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80

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395 A 1970s hallmarked silver forty five piece King’s pattern cutlery set composed of six dinner knives, forks, side knives and forks, soup spoons, dessert spoons and teaspoons, two serving spoons and a cake slice, Sheffield 1974, George Butler and Co. £600 - £900 396 A 1970s hallmarked silver miniature tea service composed of teapot, hot water, sugar bowl and cream jug each with part fluted decoration, on rectangular twin handled tray, London 1974, A Chick and Sons Ltd £40 - £60 397 A late Victorian hallmarked silver circular bon bon dish with pierced and embossed decoration raised on four scroll feet, London 1890, William Comyns, with two further similar examples. (3). £50 - £80 398 A hallmarked silver sugar caster of baluster form with a Celtic band detail, Birmingham 1938, with twelve silver King’s pattern teaspoons and sugar tongs, Glasgow 1872.(14). £80 - £120



399 A late Victorian hallmarked silver squeeze action circular snuff box with engraved ivy leaf decoration, the hinged lid opening to a gilt washed interior, weight 1.9oz, diameter 7cm, Birmingham 1898, George Unite. ILLUSTRATED. £40 - £60

403 A pair of Edwardian hallmarked silver spoons, the foliate embossed bowls with quatrefoil outline below pierced mask head terminal, London 1908, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd in fitted box. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

400 A set of six Victorian Irish hallmarked silver dinner forks with ribbon and swag decoration and engraved crest to terminal, weight 11oz, Dublin 1867, J.S. (6). £80 - £120

404 An Art Nouveau hallmarked silver rectangular card case embossed with cherubs heads within a scrolled frame, Chester 1902, William Neale and a similar easel back photograph frame with heart shaped aperture, Birmingham 1901, Henry Matthews (2). £60 - £90

401 A composed set of six Irish hallmarked silver dessert spoons with bright cut feather edged decoration, weight 4.5oz, circa 1799. (6). £60 - £90 402 Ten hallmarked silver tea spoons with shell bowls and feather edged borders, London 1901, a cased set of six silver cake forks and a silver backed hand mirror. £80 - £120

405 A pair of early 20th Century hallmarked silver grape scissors with cast Tyrolean figures above C scroll loop handles, London 1900 to 1901, John George Smith, together with a cased set of spoons Sheffield 1898 (3). £70 - £110

406 Two Dutch silver spoons, one with windmill embossed bowl below a cast galleon ship terminal, import duty 925 and another with Sheffield import marks for 1897, a silver gilt spoon with caryatid terminal London 1884, Holland, Son & Slater (John Aldwinckle & James Slater) spoon and another S/D (4). £80 - £120 407 Two sets of six hallmarked silver teaspoons, one fiddle and shell pattern, London 1877 and another cast set London 1871 (12). £60 - £90 408 A Victorian gilt metal mounted ruby glass double ended scent bottle, the slice cut bottle with hinged cap and ruby glass stopper to one end, gilt metal foliate pierced grill to the other, cover engraved with a sea horse and ‘Audentior’, together with two other ruby glass scent bottles (3). ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 409 A Georgian hallmarked silver marrow spoon of plain form with engraved rampant lion crest to reverse, length 22cm, London 1802, maker’s mark rubbed. £70 - £100


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417 A set of six hallmarked silver and bone handled fish knives and forks of plain form, Sheffield 1890, Martin Hall & Co, S/D. (12). £80 - £120 418 Four items of hallmarked silver a mustard, open salt, pepperette and a bud vase, with another plated bud vase, various styles and dates. (5). £50 - £80



410 A cased hallmarked silver gilt presentation key with enamelled image of The Methodist Central Hall, Corporation Street, Birmingham to the front and engraved ‘Presented to William Bayliss Esq J.P on the Occasion of his Opening The Church House of the Central Hall Birmingham, Wednesday Sept 16th 1903’, length 16.5cm, Birmingham 1930, T Wilkinson & Sons. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £180

411 A cased set of twelve hallmarked silver hexagonal napkin rings each numbered and decorated with foliate engraved and engine turned panels, total weight 8.5oz, Birmingham 1870, George Unite. (12). ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

413 A Victorian hallmarked silver cream jug decorated with part embossed and engraved foliate details terminating in acanthus capped scroll handle, weight 6.5oz, height 13cm, London 1856, John Samuel Hunt £70 - £90

412 A hallmarked silver sugar basin, four strut feet below pierced foliate scroll body encompassing blue glass liner, all terminating in arched carrying handle, diameter 10cm, Birmingham 1925, Charles Boyton & Son. £50 - £80

414 A pair of modern salt and pepper mills each of plain waisted from engraved S and P to button finials, heights 11cm, London 2005. (2). £50 - £80 415 A cased set of twelve hallmarked silver tea spoons each with relief moulded foliate decorated borders, with a conforming pair of tongs, Sheffield 1899, Lee & Wigful. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80 416 A set of twelve hallmarked silver and mother of pearl handled fruit knives and forks, blades with part engraved decoration, Sheffield 1895, George Butler & Co Ltd. (24). £100 - £150



419 A George III hallmarked silver boat shaped tea pot with part bright cut engraved decoration terminating in turned wooden handle and rasied on four ball feet, weight 15oz, London 1806, John Wakefield. S/D. £80 - £120 420 A pair of hallmarked silver sauce boats, oval stepped bases below panelled sides terminating in flying scroll handles, total weight 8.5oz, Birmingham 1925 and 1927, Aide Brothers. (2). £50 - £80 421 Three items of hallmarked silver, two cream jugs to include a helmet example, with a small bowl of plain form, total weight 10oz, various dates. S/D. (3). £60 - £80 422 A Danish silver sugar caster, three hallmarked silver circular napkin rings and a small pepper pot, various styles. (5). £50 - £80 423 A parcel lot of assorted silver and white metal flatware to include tea spoons, forks, mustard spoons, total weight 13.5oz. £60 - £80

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424 An Art and Crafts Danish silver tea infuser with elongated planished tapering handle terminating in globular pierced infuser, length 16cm, Christian F Heise. ILLUSTRATED. £40 - £60 425 A mid 20th Century silver plated cocktail shaker of plain form with angular side handle and stepped shoulders, height 26cm, with a similar example. (2). £40 - £60 426 A boxed set of twelve silver and gold on silver coins ‘The Millionaires Collection’ issued by The London Mint Office, total weight 215g or 7.6oz, contained in fitted presentation box with certificates. £50 - £80


427 A hallmarked silver tazza of shaped circular outline with pierced palmette and geometric decoration on conforming circular foot, weight 12.5oz, diameter 26.6cm, Birmingham 1909, Charles Westwood and Sons. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 428 A 19th Century Dutch silver cow creamer modelled in a standing position, the hinged cover with applied fly, Dutch assay marks for 1887, London import marks for 1889, hallmarks rubbed A/F £100 - £150 429 A George V hallmarked silver cream jug and sugar bowl of faceted form with leaf capped flying scroll handle and three pad feet, total weight 7oz, Birmingham 1915 Barker Brothers (2). £60 - £90

430 A hallmarked silver capstan inkwell of circular outline , Birmingham 1927, Henry Matthews and a small continental white metal bowl on three bun feet (2). £40 - £60 431 Four items of assorted hallmarked silver, a cylindrical salt and pepper, a capstan ink well and a candlestick, various styles and dates. (4). £40 - £60 432 A pair of hallmarked silver Corinthian column piano candlesticks, with square bases and beaded borders, height 13cm London 1901, Goldsmiths and Silversmith Company Ltd. (2). £50 - £80 433 A pair of Victorian hallmarked silver apostle spoons with circular bowls below plain stems and figural terminals, length 21cm, London 1871. (2). £40 - £60


436-565 Jewellery


434 A 9ct rose gold curb link bracelet, part foliate engraved alternating links with padlock clasp, weight 25g S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

440 Four 19th Century gilt metal seal fobs each with a stone set matrix of plain form, to include carnelian and clear stone examples, (4). £50 - £80

435 An 18ct white gold and Chinese jadeite necklace formed of seven graduated jadeite panels each with pierced and carved peach decoration, claw set to a fine trace link chain, length 43cm, stamped. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

441 Eleven 19th Century base metal seal fobs to include six examples with stone set matrix, three intaglio engraved. S/D. (11). £40 - £60

436 A Danish Sterling silver and amethyst ring, the circular cabochon amethyst collar set to plain band, Regitz Overgaard for Georg Jensen, post 1945 Jensen mark, 925 S No. 473 ring size I £60 - £80 437 A pair of early 20th Century 18ct chain linked circular cufflinks with central sapphire to a mother of pearl ground, stamped 18ct. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 438 Four 19th Century gilt metal seal fobs each with relief moulded foliate decoration supporting a stone set matrix, three opaque agate, tow with intaglio engraving with a foil backed clear stone. (4). £80 - £120




439 Four 19th Century gilt metal seal fobs each with an intaglio carved stone matrix, three depicting portraits of Classical men, the fourth with a hunting dog. (4). £60 - £80

442 Eight 19th Century gilt and base metal stone set seal fobs to include seven intaglio engraved example, with two silver mounted agate examples. (10). £60 - £90 443 Five hallmarked silver and enamelled decorated brooches to include two dragonflies, a pheasant, a fish and a horseshoe, various dates. S/D. (5). £60 - £90 444 Nine assorted Sterling silver and white metal enamelled and stones set brooches to include marcasite and bird examples. (9). £80 - £120 445 An 18ct hallmarked ruby and diamond cluster ring, central diamond with four radiating oval rubies spaced by diamonds, ring size P 1/2. £250 - £280 446 An 18ct hallmarked diamond cluster ring, marquise shaped head pave set with fifteen brilliant cut stones, ring size N. £450 - £550



447 A 9ct hallmarked white gold aquamarine and diamond ring, five graduated aquamarines spaced by diamonds, ring size P. £220 - £280 448 A 9ct hallmarked amethyst and opal cluster ring, central amethyst within a two row opal set border, ring size L/E O. £100 - £150


450 A 1990s hallmarked 9ct sapphire and diamond cluster ring, weight 2.8g and a 9ct sapphire and diamond cluster ring composed of two semicircular bands of sapphires and diamonds around central marquise sapphire both rings size N (2). £100 - £150

452 A suite of 1960s Victorian revival gold plated jewellery from the ‘cloisonette’ range by Florenza, New York to include a circular locket, an oval pendant and a brooch, each with Royal blue enamel centre, imitation pearl and clear paste border decoration and gold plated chains, all stamped Florenza (3). ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80

449 A pair of Christian Dior Bijoux gold tone heart shaped clip earrings together with a quantity of stone set necklaces, pendants, earrings and bracelets stamped Grosse and three later Christian Dior gold tone logo pendants and an associated necklace and earring set (qty). Notes - The German jewellery firm Grosse was founded in 1907 by Heinrich Henkel and Florentin Grosse who by 1930s were a leading costume jewellery maker of international renown. Shortly after the war, the firm signed an exclusive world license agreement with Christian Dior Paris, granting them the rights to manufacture and distribute of the ‘’Christian Dior Bijoux’’ collection in 1955. In 2006 the family withdrew from the business and the firm became part of the Dior group. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

451 451 A 1950s Christian Dior gold plated musical brooch, the square case mounted with an oval enameled plaque with floral decoration, imitation pearl surround and suspended below a cherub and imitation pearl pin fitting, length 6.2cms, Christian Dior by Mitchel Maer. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

453 (closed and open) 453 An 18ct French half hunter watch, the circular enamel yellow and white dial with Arabic and Roman numerals, diameter 34mm, case engraved with love birds, floral sprays and foliate details, later converted to a watch, weight 32g, stamped and with French assay marks. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120



454 An Art Deco lady’s platinum and diamond manual wind wristwatch, the square silvered dial with Arabic numerals, Swiss movement stamped Optima within a square case number G2373, pave set diamond border to black ribbon strap, weight 14g, case stamped all plat. J 10S, T & AH. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £250 455 A Continental 14ct open faced crown wind pocket watch, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial within a plain rose gold case, total weight 87g, stamped and numbered 1113. £250 - £350 456 An early 20th Century 9ct rose gold and tourmaline pendant brooch, central octagonal facet cut pink tourmaline bordered by citrines and green and blue natural stones above pendant drop, all within a wirework frame, stamped. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 457 Three gilt metal mounted banded agate brooches, two pewter brooches each with central cabochon, two Damascene brooches and two enamelled fobs (9). £40 - £60 458 A 1970s 9ct locket with garnet and pearl decoration, import marks for Birmingham 1975, a 9ct mounted amethyst egg shaped pendant and a malachite egg pendant (3). £80 - £120


454 459 A small parcel lot of Victorian mourning jewellery to include a pressed tortoiseshell pique work brooch with the initials JS, a rectangular pearl and enamel brooch and associated earrings, a black and white cameo bar brooch depicting Athena , a silver and cut steel cuff bracelet and a large cameo swivel brooch (7). £60 - £80 460 A 1980s lady’s Gucci quartz wristwatch with gilt metal bracelet strap and interchangeable coloured bezels, all in original box with additional spare bezel set. £30 - £50 461 A modern 18ct multigem ring designed with a domed head set with coloured gems to a plain band and a Scandinavian style silver ring stamped LER and 950 ring sizes I and K (2). £60 - £90 462 A hallmarked 9ct ruby and diamond cluster ring, oval cut ruby with diamond surround, knife edge shoulder, weight 1.8g, ring size O £80 - £120

456 463 A 1960s 9ct mounted stainless steel cigar cutter of hexagonal outline with textured finish, London 1969 and a rectangular engine turned slimline Colibri lighter (2). £40 - £60 464 An 18ct carnelian intaglio ring depicting Hero feeding Zeus, weight 4.1g, ring size Q £80 - £120 465 An oval mixed cut amethyst ring with diamond set shoulders, plain yellow metal band, weight 10g, ring size O (2). £40 - £60 466 A Victorian ivory locket profusely carved with flowers and foliate sprays and suspended from an ivory link chain with an Art Nouveau enamelled pendant, a gilt metal necklace, two pin sticks and a cased set of six green enamelled buttons (11). £40 - £60 467 A 9ct hallmarked Jersey Football League enamelled fob dated 1935-36, with another Jersey Football Association example dated 1929-30, total weight 25g. (2). ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

467 468 An early 20th Century 15ct circular miniature photograph frame below pendant loop, engraved and dated 1912, weight 4.3g, a rose gold coloured example and two others (4). £50 - £80 469 A 1970s gentleman’s gold plated Omega Geneve automatic wrist watch, batons and dated facility to a circular silvered dial, all to an expanding gilt metal strap. £80 - £120 470 A 9ct hallmarked four bar gate bracelet terminating in padlock fastener, weight 16g. £120 - £180 471 A 9ct box chain with a three stone emerald pendant suspended, with three further pendant and chains and a further broken chain, total weight 19.5g. S/D. (5). £150 - £230 472 Two 9ct hallmarked lady’s wrist watches each set to a 9ct bracelet, together with a similar 9ct bar brooch, total weight 23.5g. (3). £200 - £250


473 An 18ct hallmarked diamond three stone ring, high claw set brilliant cut stones to double split shoulders, weight 5g, ring size I. £60 - £80 474 Five assorted 18ct rings to include a paste set full eternity, a wedding ring and three further stone set examples, total weight 12g, various styles and dates. (5). £180 - £220 475 Six assorted 9ct rings to include six stone set examples and a rose gold signet, total weight 15g, S/D. (7). £100 - £150 476 A small parcel lot of assorted costume jewellery to include brooches, beads, simulated pearls etc. £30 - £50 477 A Victorian hallmarked 9ct navette shaped brooch star set with five old cut diamonds and a seed pearl crescent brooch with floral sprays, unmarked (2). £80 - £120 478 A modern opal pendant designed as an oval yellow metal panel inset with eight cabochon opals, unmarked, to a fine 9ct trace link chain, total weight 6.2g £100 - £150 479 A mid 20th Century 18ct diamond cluster ring, central brilliant cut stone illusion set within an eight diamond stone surround, ring size N. £100 - £150


480 An early 20th Century Continental single stone amethyst ring, emerald cut collar set stone to twin cut shoulders, ring size F 1/2. £40 - £60 481 Two 18ct and platinum illusion set diamond three stone rings, with another 9ct example. (3). £70 - £90 482 A Victorian 22ct hallmarked wedding ring with foliate decoration, weight 4.5g Birmingham 1892, with two further 9ct examples, weight 8.4g. (3). £150 - £180 483 A modern 9ct white gold seven stone diamond cluster ring, with a similar 18ct matrix turquoise and diamond example. (2). £100 - £150

484 A 19th Century memorial ring with oval plaited hair panel to head, reshanked, with two further 9ct single stone rings, total weight 7g, S/D. (3). £60 - £90 485 Four 19th Century brooches to include a coral set memorial example, two garnet set brooches and a bar brooch. (4). £100 - £150 486 A Victorian rose gold coloured lozenge shaped mourning pendant brooch decorated with a seed pearl floral spray against an amethyst ground, unmarked and a foil backed paste brooch A/F (2). £30 - £50

487 A 1960s Omega Seamaster 300 stainless steel gentlemans automatic divers wristwatch, circa 1963, reference 165.024, the circular black dial with quarterly Arabic numerals, luminous dart insert markers and candlestick hands, 24 jewel movement signed Omega Watch Co. and numbered 19029425, circular case with 60 minute rotating bezel, screw down Omega crown, case diameter approximately 39mm, replacement strap, together with original purchase certificate dated 27. 08.1963 and original strap. ILLUSTRATED. £2000 - £3000



494 An 18ct diamond cluster ring with illusion set flower shaped head to plain tapering band, stamped, ring size P £60 - £90

488 An 18ct open faced crown wind pocket watch, the white circular enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, diameter 42mm, 15 jewel movement numbered 306840, case number 7418, with monogramed back, weight 89g, Chester 1915, James Buckley Eastham £900 - £1250 489 A 19th Century 18ct open face crown wind chronometer pocket watch, the white circular enamel dial with Roman numerals, minute track and centre seconds, dial diameter 42mm, movement signed L B Tuchman, Birmingham and numbered 2194 64502, weight 136g, Chester 1894, Ridley Hayes £1600 - £2000 490 A Continental silver open face fob watch with white enamel dial and Arabic numerals W H Douglas, Stourbridge, case with import marks for London 1913 and stamped 925 and another small key wind enamelled example with foliate engraved case A/F (2). £40 - £60 491 An Omega gentleman’s chrome and nickel manual wind wristwatch, the circular white enamelled dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and gilt hands, engraved lugs, movement and dial signed Omega, and a similar Grosvenor wristwatch (2). £40 - £60


495 A hallmarked 18ct amethyst and diamond dress ring, the marquise cut amethyst claw set above a diamond border to basket mount and chenier band, Birmingham 1975, stamped ‘Starlight’ ring size O £100 - £150

492 492 A Breitling Top Time gentleman’s stainless steel chronograph wristwatch, c. 1960s, reference 2002 the black circular dial with silvered baton markers and two silver dials recording minutes and continuous seconds, outer tachymeter dial diameter 32mm, with later associated metal strap. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800

496 A George V sovereign ring dated 1913 in a 9ct pierced mount, ring size M, and a citrine swivel fob with yellow rope twist mount, unmarked (2). £220 - £300 497 A 1960s hallmarked 9ct strap bracelet, the brick link strap with looped ribbon tied buckle, length 23cm, London 1961. £500 - £750 498 A 1970s hallmarked 9ct collarette, the three tone textured gold graduated necklace with snap clasp, length 38cm, Birmingham 1977. £350 - £400

493 493 A hallmarked 18ct white gold sapphire and diamond cluster ring, central brilliant cut diamond within a border of oval cut sapphires, each spaced by brilliant cut diamonds to chenier band, Birmingham 1971, ring size N 1/2. ILLUSTRATED. £250 - £350

499 A 1970s hallmarked 9ct strap bracelet, the three tone textured gold brick link bracelet with yellow gold buckle, length 24cm, Birmingham 1978 £400 - £600 500 A 1970s hallmarked 9ct curb link bracelet composed of double textured links terminating with tongue and box clasp, length 19.5cm. £450 - £600

501 501 A 1960s 9ct white gold Bueche and Girod lady’s manual wind cocktail watch, the circular blue dial with brilliant cut sapphire and diamond bezel, dial diameter 24mm, signed crown and two piece case containing Swiss movement with integral graduated textured brick link strap, length 17cm, London 1969. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 502 A 9ct hallmarked white gold diamond tennis bracelet, comprising sixty six claw set brilliant cut stones, total weight approximately 3.30ct, length 20cm, terminating in tongue and box fastener. £500 - £750 503 An 18ct white gold sapphire and diamond cluster ring, central oval cut sapphire within a border of twelve brilliant cut diamonds, ring size O1/2 £200 - £300


504 A pair of aquamarine pendant earrings designed with three collar set stones to push and post fittings, unmarked (2). £80 - £120 505 A pair of diamond pendant earrings each with illusion set brilliant cut diamonds to pendant bar below shepherds crook fittings, unmarked (2). £80 - £120 506 An 18ct open faced crown wind pocket watch, white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, diameter 42mm, case number 180372, gross weight 96g, Sheffield 1928 together with a 9ct rolled gold half hunter S/D (2). £1000 - £1500 507 A 9ct mounted opal brooch, the triangular opal collar set with wirework bow shaped sprays, stamped £150 - £200

508 508 A 9ct malachite brooch centrally set with a polished asymmetric malachite cabochon within a wirework frame, stamped. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £90

515 A single string of barrel shaped opaque amber beads of caramel to butterscotch colour sizes 13mm to 9mm, weight 34g S/D £100 - £150

509 A 9ct fetter link Alber chain with swivel and T bar, stamped, together with a gold plated crown wind American Waltham traveller full hunter pocket watch in Dennison case (2). £100 - £150

510 (part) 510 A small parcel lot to include a Victorian hallmarked silver key wind centre seconds chronograph, Birmingham 1892, two Continental silver fob watches, an Art Deco gilt metal fob watch stamped Record, two coin Alberts, an Albertina, an EPNS chatelaine purse and a rosary. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80 511 A 9ct rose gold graduated Albert chain fitted with a loose mounted George V half sovereign, 1911, gross weight 40.3g. £350 - £400 512 A 9ct bar brooch mounted with cushion cut green quartz, stamped, together with a yellow metal hinged bangle, unmarked (2). £80 - £120

516 A 9ct three stone sapphire and seed pearl ring, three round cut sapphires claw set to scrolled seed pearl set shoulders and plain band, stamped, ring size K £80 - £120

513 513 A mid size stainless steel Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust bracelet watch, the circular silvered dial with baton markers and date aperture, oyster case with gold fluted bezel, diameter 31mm, 29 jewel automatic chronometer movement with quick-set date, Rolex crown to two tone Rolex jubilee bracelet complete with box, papers tags and receipts. ILLUSTRATED. £800 - £1200

514 514 An 18ct chrysoberyl and diamond ring, central oval chrysobreyl flanked by three brilliant cut diamonds to each shoulder, all stones claw set, ring size P. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

517 Three stone set rings to include a 9ct opal ring with forked shoulders, a 9ct diamond set brick link ring and a 14ct citrine ring to pierced scroll mount and plain band stamped (3). £150 - £200 518 A 1980s 18ct white gold wedding band with central textured band, ring size X, a 9ct signet ring mounted with a gem set skull and crossbones, ring size S and a 9ct gentleman’s gypsy style ring with brilliant cut paste, ring sizes V. £200 - £300 519 A Continental 18ct open faced crown wind fob watch, Roman numerals to a gilt metal dial, diameter 32mm, weight 38g, stamped, in wooden watch case painted ‘Nice’ £120 - £180 520 An early 20th Century Chinese silver and turquoise necklace designed with five oval pierced foliate panels claw set with floral carved turquoise and spaced by six smaller pierced silver ovals, oval box clasp, length 52cm, stamped China and character mark. £80 - £120



522 521 A 9ct rose gold open curl Albert chain weight 24.5g, length 42cm, stamped £180 - £220 522 A Russian 14ct rose gold and diamond link bracelet with central old European cut collar set diamond and tongue and box clasp, weight16.5g, length 19cm, stamped 56, St Petersburg city mark, maker EW. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 523 A 1958 full sovereign in a textured pierced mount suspended from a yellow metal rope chain, weight 19.3g, length 50cm. £200 - £300 524 A 1970s 9ct fringe style necklace formed of textured and fluted alternating short and long gold links, weight 15.7g length 40cm, stamped £120 - £180 525 A 1960s 9ct George and the Dragon seal fob, figural depiction above rectangular base inset with a green chalcedony, weight 9g, London 1968. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120


526 A 15ct fancy link Albert chain with swivel clasp and T bar, weight 15g length 40cm, stamped, a 9ct rope chain, a pair of 9ct owl in the moon stone set earrings and a yellow metal example (5). £250 - £350 527 A 1980s hallmarked 18ct sapphire and diamond cluster ring, ring size M, a 9ct oval locket signet ring, ring size P and a 9ct three clear paste set ring, ring size O (3). £100 - £150 528 An Edwardian 18t diamond flower head ring designed with seven old European cut diamonds pave set within outer yellow gold profile, plain band, weight 3.3g stamped ring size L £100 - £150 529 A cased set of six round brilliant cut citrine buttons within a yellow metal mount, unmarked. £60 - £80

525 530 An early 20th Century 9ct garnet, peridot and clear paste pendant, the oval mixed cut garnet suspended below a cushion cut clear paste and with peridot pendant drop to fine chain with barrel clasp S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 531 A pair of 15ct mounted folding lorgnettes with circular lenses by Hamblin Ltd 6 Wigmore St, London, stamped £80 - £120 532 Ten various 20th Century quartz, malachite and other stone set rings of various designs and a yellow metal example, some stamped (10). £80 - £120 533 A 1990s hallmarked 18ct Tiffany & Co ring with stylised heart shaped head to plain tapering band, stamped T & Co, import marks for London 1990 and ‘Peretti 250’ weight 4.5g ring size I, £150 - £250

530 534 A 1970s 9ct child’s buckle ring, Birmingham 1977 and a two tone 14ct Montana gold ring with applied grapevine decoration (2). £60 - £90 535 A modern 9ct garnet set signet ring, a 9ct five band garnet ring and a 9ct three stone synthetic ruby ring (3). £100 - £150 536 Four various gem set rings to include a 15ct amethyst ring, and two 9ct stoned set rings and an unmarked example, various designs (4). £200 - £300 537 An early 20th Century sapphire and diamond crossover ring, the old cut diamond claw set beside a round mixed cut sapphire to plain tapering rose gold coloured band, unmarked, ring size N £80 - £120


543 and 544 538 A modern sapphire bead necklace composed of faceted and graduated rondels with gilt metal trigger clasp, length 45cm together with an Eastern garnet multi strand necklace, with pierced foliate white metal fittings and decorative S shaped clasp, length 46cm (2). £100 - £150 539 A 1990s 9ct collarette designed with two rows of interwoven chain links centred with beaded decoration, weight 36g, length 43cm, Birmingham import marks for 1993. £300 - £400 540 A Victorian 9ct sapphire and diamond hinged bangle, three brilliant cut sapphires star set to a matt ground with applied scrollwork and beaded rope work border, weight 16g stamped S/D, a banded agate oval brooch and an 9ct mounted oval cameo (3). £80 - £120 541 An early 20th Century 9ct rose gold graduated Albert chain and shield shaped fob, weight 47g, length 44cm, stamped. £400 - £600

542 542 An 18ct four stone diamond ring, composed of two round brilliant cut diamonds each approximately 0.5cts, claw set beside two smaller diamonds to chenier band stamped, ring size N. ILLUSTRATED. £600 - £800 543 A single row of graduated amber beads, composed of twenty three opaque oval or barrel shaped beads, of dark butterscotch through to caramel and measuring 28mm to 15mm, length 50cm, weight 69.2g. ILLUSTRATED. £250 - £350 544 A single row of graduated amber beads, composed of thirty opaque oval shaped beads of caramel colour and measuring 14mm to 8mm, length 50cm, weight 22g. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

549 545 A 1970s hallmarked 9ct lady’s Avia Incabloc manual wind wristwatch, oval silvered dial with gilt baton markers, 17 jewel movement with in a plain gold case to integral bark effect fitted bracelet strap, London 1979 in original box. £80 - £120

548 A Tissot PRC 200 gentleman’s chronograph wristwatch with stainless steel case, blue dial with three subsidiary dials, date aperture and fitted stainless steel bracelet strap in original box with paperwork and outer protective sleeve £100 - £150

546 Five various 9ct dress rings to include a quartz, cameo, and sapphire half eternity, two paste set rings and a gold on silver stone set ring (6). £80 - £120

549 A Citizen Eco Drive Red Arrows Skyhawk gentleman’s titanium and stainless steel wrist watch with box and papers. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

547 A rose gold locket, another 9ct yellow gold example, a 9ct locket and chain and a keeper style ring, all stamped ring size O1/2 (5). £100 - £150

550 A Seiko Kinetic gentleman’s stainless steel bracelet watch, boxed, a similar Seiko Kinetic automatic bracelet watch with day and date display, boxed with receipts and a Citizen black Eco Drive gentleman’s chronograph bracelet watch (3). £80 - £120



551 (front and verso)

551 An early 20th Century Continental silver Masonic crown wind triangular pocket watch, the mother of pearl dial with polychrome Masonic emblem marks marked Love Your Fellow Man Lend Him a Helping Hand, all within a moulded silver case with G above the pillars of Soloman Jachin and Boaz and other Masonic symbols, movement marked Solvie Watch Co, import marks, stamped 925, London 1928. ILLUSTRATED. £600 - £800


552 An early 20th Century 9ct fancy belcher link chain terminating in large bolt ring fastener, length 44cm, weight 15.5g. £150 - £200

554 A 9ct hallmarked five stone turquoise head ring, claw set stones to a scroll decoration head, ring size P 1/2. £60 - £80

553 A 9ct hallmarked Art Deco style diamond cluster ring,, elongated rectangular diamond pave set pierced head to knife edged shoulders, length of head 2.5cm, ring size P. £450 - £550

555 A 9ct hallmarked blue topaz and diamond cluster ring, pear shaped topaz within a diamond surround below a diamond set bow detail, all to scroll and pierced shoulders, ring size Q. £180 - £220

556 556 A modern 18ct hallmarked diamond solitaire ring, claw set baguette cut stone, weight approximately 0.80ct, colour M/N clarity SI1, all to a tapering shank, ring size L. ILLUSTRATED. £600 - £900


558 (part)

557 A Continental 18ct open faced key wind pocket watch with gilt metal foliate engraved dial, dial diameter 30mm, contained within a foliate engraved case, weight 28.4g £80 - £120 558 A suite of 1950s to 1960s Trifari jewellery composed to bracelet, earrings and brooch with blue paste highlights, a pair of Trifari textured gold tone pendant clip earrings, a 1940s foil backed blue paste choker and clip earring set, a Ruskin style pewter brooch and other paste set necklaces and earrings (qty). ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

559 An early 20th Century 18ct sapphire and diamond crossover ring, three round cut sapphires set between mine cut diamond shoulders to plain band, stamped ring size M S/D, an 18ct white gold solitaire diamond ring and gold on silver ring (3). £100 - £150 560 Two Victorian 15ct brooches to include a diamond set ribbon brooch and a ruby set example, a citrine brooch, a 9ct rose gold carnelian and bloodstone swivel fob and an amethyst and pearl brooch (5). £100 - £150


561 An opal and rock crystal bead necklace, the 4mm - 7mm graduated round opal beads spaced by faceted rock crystal rondels, length 51.5cm. £60 - £100 562 A Chinese red cinnabar lacquered bangle with relief carved chrysanthemum and foliage, another red and black lacquered bangle and a pierced and shaped horn hair comb (3). £30 - £50

563 A Victorian 1890 full sovereign loose mounted to yellow metal chain. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 564 A pair of 18ct engine turned rectangular gentleman’s cufflinks, weight 5g (2). £80 - £120 565 A Continental 18ct open faced key wind fob watch, Roman numerals to a gilt metal dial, diameter 32mm, weight 33g, stamped and a 9ct rose gold graduated Albert chain with T bar and swivel fob, weight 38.6g length 36cm, stamped (2). £450 - £550


566-660 Paintings and Prints

570 566 3 SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT, RA, PRWS (1880-1969) ‘Reclining Nude I’, photographic reproduction, signed in pencil, published by Frost & Reed Ltd., 1963, framed, 32cm x 57cm. £200 - £300 567 3 SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT, RA, PRWS (1880-1969) ‘Reclining Nude II’, photographic reproduction, signed in pencil, published by Frost & Reed Ltd., 1966, framed, 31cm x 58cm. £200 - £300 568 3 SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT, RA, PRWS (1880-1969) ‘Interlude’, photographic reproduction, signed in pencil, published by Frost & Reed Ltd., 1967, framed, 30cm x 55cm. £200 - £300 569 3 SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT, RA, PRWS (1880-1969) - ‘Dance of a Thousand Flounces’, photographic reproduction, signed in pencil, published by Frost & Reed Ltd., 1952, framed, 45cm x 61cm. £250 - £350


570 3 SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT, RA, PRWS (1880-1969) - ‘Sara’, photographic reproduction, signed in pencil, framed, 40cm x 63cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 571 3 SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT, RA, PRWS (1880-1969) - ‘Lavoir, La Bastide, photographic reproduction, signed in pencil, framed, 48cm x 67cm. £150 - £200 572 3 SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT, RA, PRWS (1880-1969) - ‘Sara’, photographic reproduction, signed in pencil, unframed,40cm x 63cm. £80 - £120 573 3 SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT, RA, PRWS (1880-1969) ‘Variations on a Theme’, photographic reproduction, signed in pencil, published by Frost & Reed Ltd., 1963, unframed, 45cm x 61cm. £100 - £150

576 574 3 SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT, RA, PRWS (1880-1969) - ‘Casual Assembly’, photographic reproduction, signed in pencil, published by Frost & Reed Ltd., 1963, framed, 44cm x 61cm. £120 - £180

578 3 SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT, RA, PRWS (1880-1969) - ‘Waves’, photographic reproduction, signed in pencil, published by Frost & Reed Ltd., 1969, framed, 45cm x 61cm. £200 - £300

575 3 SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT, RA, PRWS (1880-1969) - ‘The Silver Mirror’, photographic reproduction, signed in pencil, published by Frost & Reed Ltd., 1962, framed, 27cm x 45cm. £80 - £120

579 3 SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT, RA, PRWS (1880-1969) -’Three Groups, Vivieres’, photographic reproduction, signed in pencil, published by Frost & Reed Ltd., 1962, framed, 42cm x 58cm together with ‘Under the Palace Terrace, Compeigne’ (2). £100 - £150

576 3 SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT, RA, PRWS (1880-1969) ‘Variations IV’, photographic reproduction, signed in pencil, published by Frost & Reed Ltd., 1966, framed, 45cm x 60cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 577 3 SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT, RA, PRWS (1880-1969) - ‘Danza Montana’, photographic reproduction, signed in pencil, published by Frost & Reed Ltd., 1960, framed, 48cm x 64cm. £100 - £150

580 ROBERT WLERICK (1882-1944) Female nude, seated, sanguine chalk, bears inscription ‘dessin de R.Wlerick authentifié par son fils’, also drawn verso with a standing nude, framed, 34cm x 22cm. £100 - £150 581 TOM CAMPBELL (1865-1943) Sheep in a woodland glade, gouache, signed, framed, 26cm x 38cm also the companion ‘Breaking Waves’ - a pair (2). £120 - £180

Paintings and Prints


582 DAVID GAULD,RSA (1866-1939) - River landscape with mill, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 59cm x 73cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £700 583 ROBERT EADIE, RSW (1877-1954) ‘Concarneau, Brittany’, watercolour, signed, inscribed with title to backboard, framed, 44cm x 54.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £700



584 ROBERT STIRLING PATERSON (LATE 19TH / EARLY 20TH CENTURY) - ‘Largo’, watercolour, signed and dated 1895, framed, 24cm x 35cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £180 585 FOLLOWER OF CARLO DOLCI (1618-1686) The Penitent Magdalede’, oil on panel, framed, 52cm x 41cm. £300 - £500


586 TIBETAN SCHOOL (LATE 19TH CENTURY) Tibetan horsemen hunting, watercolour, framed, 40.5cm x 50cm. £60 - £80 587 T. WEST (EARLY 19TH CENTURY) - A prize pigeon, Mr. Dent’s ‘Reco’, oil on board, signed and dated 1909, unframed, 30.5cm x 40.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80



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588 F.T. WEBB (20TH CENTURY) ‘High Street, Walsall, 1876’, watercolour, signed, framed, 27cm x 38cm. ILLUSTRATED. £70 - £100

592 ARTHUR ALFRED DAVIS (18241893) - ‘On his Brush’, watercolour, signed, framed, 26cm x 38cm. £50 - £80

595 ITALIAN SCHOOL (18TH CENTURY) - The Penitent Magdalene, oil on canvas, framed, 75cm x 58cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

599 BRIAN FLETCHER, RBSA (B.1937) - ‘Lockgates’, oil on board, signed, inscribed on label verso, framed, 113cm x 61cm. £100 - £150

589 CIRCLE OF HENRY LEONIDAS ROLFE (1823-1881) - Salmon on a river bank, oil on canvas, framed, 51cm x 77cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £250

593 CIRCLE OF GEORGE MORLAND (1763-1804) - Three pigs, oil on canvas laid down on board, bears signature, framed, 27cm x 33cm. £150 - £250

600 R.H.COYLE (CONTEMPORARY) ‘Looking towards Cradley Heath from Oldnall Road’, watercolour, signed, framed, 52cm x 66cm. £80 - £120

590 ENGLISH SCHOOL (EARLY 20TH CENTURY) - Portrait of Clara Raines, oil on canvas laid down on board, framed, 77cm x 64cm. £100 - £150

594 FOLLOWER OF THOMAS FAED, RA (1826-1900) - Mother and baby in a cottage interior, oil on canvas, unframed, 30.5cm x 40.5cm. £80 - £120

596 THOMAS SIDNEY (EARLY 20TH CENTURY) - ‘St. Michael’s Mount, Cornwall’, watercolour, signed and inscribed, framed, 24cm x 67cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

591 ENGLISH SCHOOL (EARLY 19TH CENTURY) - Falstaff, bust length, oil on canvas, a painted oval, framed, 35cm x 30cm. £100 - £150

598 ENGLISH SCHOOL (MID 19TH CENTURY) - Portrait of a young man wearing a black jacket, oil on canvas, framed, 33.5cm x 29cm also an oil portrait of a horse in a stable by another hand (2). £120 - £180



597 MANNER OF JULIUS CAESAR IBBETSON - An extensive river landscape, oil on board, framed, 33cm x 48cm. £80 - £120

601 R.H.COYLE (CONTEMPORARY) ‘Blowers Lock, Dudley, 1890’, watercolour, signed, framed, 36cm x 50cm also six other watercolours by the same hand - all views in the Black Country (7). £150 - £200 602 ROBERT PERRY, RBSA (B.1944) ‘Black Country vista, silver grey weather’, oil on board, signed and dated April 1985, framed, 34cm x 115.5cm. £400 - £600

Paintings and Prints


603 3 SIR FRANK BRANGWYN, RA (1867-1956) - ‘A Nautical Argument’, watercolour, signed and dated 1898, framed, bears two ‘Fine Art Society, London’ labels verso, 34.5cm x 51cm. ILLUSTRATED. £3000 - £5000


Paintings and Prints

604 604 WILLIAM COLLINGWOOD SMITH, RWS (1815-1887) - Figures picnicking on the shores of a lake, watercolour, signed and dated 1842, framed, 52.5cm x 85cm. ILLUSTRATED. £1000 - £1500

605 WILLIAM CALCOTT KNELL (18301880) - ‘Moonlight on the Thames’, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1865, framed in arched top, slip, 19cm x 29cm also two other oils by the same hand ‘Sunset off Broadstairs’ and ‘Sunset off Folkestone’, the three framed as a triptych (3). ILLUSTRATED. £700 - £1000

606 ABRAHAM HULK (1813-1897) - A Dutch fishing boat in a swell, oil on panel, signed, framed, 35.5cm x 53cm. ILLUSTRATED. £3000 - £5000



607 WILLIAM CALCOTT KNELL (18301880) - The British fleet at sunset, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1869, framed, 51cm x 76cm. ILLUSTRATED. £2000 - £3000

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Paintings and Prints

608 GEORGE STAINTON (FL. 18661890) - ‘Brigantine off Tilbury’, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1875, inscribed and signed with initials verso, framed, 51cm x 76cm. ILLUSTRATED. £800 - £1200

609 HENRY REDMORE (1820-1887) A tender going out to a fishing boat, oil on panel, signed, framed, 20cm x 29.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £1000 - £1500


610 ENGLISH SCHOOL (MID 19TH CENTURY) - Sheltering from the storm, oil on canvas, signed indistinctly and dated 1860, framed, 24cm x 34cm. £400 - £600

611 WILLIAM A. THORNBERY (FL.1858-1898) - A rowing boat going to the aid of a stricken fishing boat, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 19.5cm x 39.5cm also two other marine oils signed W.Calcott Knell - framed as a set of three (3). £1000 - £1500



Paintings and Prints


612 JAMES WEBB (1825-1895) - A fishing boat hauling in nets near a harbour, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 78cm x 128cm. ILLUSTRATED. £1500 - £2000

614 WILLIAM CALCOTT KNELL (1830-1880) Fishing boats in a choppy sea, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 33cm x 55cm. £300 - £450

616 ITALIAN SCHOOL (LATE 19TH CENTURY) Portrait of a lady wearing a blue dress and shawl, oil on canvas, framed, 41cm x 33cm. £80 - £120

613 HENRY REDMORE (1820-1887) - A tender going out to a stricken fishing boat, oil on canvas, signed with initials and dated 1867, framed, 35cm x 60cm. £600 - £800

615 FOLLOWER OF JAMES WEBB (1825-1895) Fishing boats in a calm off a headland, oil on canvas, framed, 36cm x 51cm. £200 - £300

617 CIRCLE OF THOMAS LUNY (1759-1837) A British warship at sea, oil on panel, 26cm x 35.5cm. £600 - £800


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618 JOHN CALLOW (1822-1878) - Fishing boats off a coastline, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 75cm x 125cm. ILLUSTRATED. £2000 - £3000


Paintings and Prints


619 3 BRIAN DAVIES (1942-2014) A still life composition with champagne bottle, oysters and a lobster on table top, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 41cm x 61cm also one other still life oil ‘Bottle and cheese on a table top’ by the same hand (2). ILLUSTRATED. £2000 - £3000



Paintings and Prints

620 620 3 BRIAN DAVIES (1942-2014) - A still life composition with Dutch roemer glass, grapes and a peach on a table top, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 26cm x 36cm also the companion - Still life with fruit, pewter plate and glass’ - a pair (2). ILLUSTRATED. £600 - £800


621 ENGLISH SCHOOL (EARLY 20TH CENTURY) - A secret liaison, watercolour, signed and dated ‘15, framed, 36cm x 45cm. £50 - £80 622 ENGLISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) - A fishing boat and other vessels off a headland, oil on panel, signed indistinctly, framed, 29.5cm x 38cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500



623 JOSEPH POWELL (EX. 19011914) - Country landscape with windmill, watercolour, signed, framed, 36cm x 53cm Powell exhibited at the Royal Academy, Birmingham Art Gallery and Dudley. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400

624 ERNEST ALBERT CHADWICK,RI (1876-1955) - Cattle grazing in a meadow, watercolour, signed, framed, 17cm x 24cm. £200 - £300 625 ALBERT LAWRENCE HAMMONDS, RBSA (1930-1994) ‘Oliver Shop at T.W.Lench Ltd., Rowley Regis, 1974’, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 71cm x 91cm. £500 - £700 626 ALBERT LAWRENCE HAMMONDS, RBSA (1930-1994) ‘In Oliver Block at T.W.Lench Ltd., Rowley Regis, 1974’, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 71cm x 91cm. £500 - £700 627 ALBERT LAWRENCE HAMMONDS, RBSA (1930-1994) - ‘Nut Forge at Carr and Nichols Ltd., Atherton’, oil on canvas, signed and dated ‘75, framed, 71cm x 91cm. £500 - £700

Paintings and Prints

628 628 ALBERT LAWRENCE HAMMONDS, RBSA (1930-1994) - ‘Nut Forge at Carr and Nichols Ltd., Atherton’, oil on canvas, signed and dated ‘76, framed, 92cm x 71cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800 629 ALBERT LAWRENCE HAMMONDS, RBSA (1930-1994) - ‘David Etchell’s Machine at T.W.Lench Ltd., Rowley Regis, 1975’, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 71cm x 91cm. £500 - £700 630 KETURAH COLLINGS (18621948) - Portrait of May Davies, gouache on ivory miniature, oval. signed, framed, 7cm x 6cm also four other miniatures by the same hand and an earlier example (6). ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £450 631 PAUL HIPKISS, RBSA (CONTEMPORARY) - Portrait of Sir Winston Churchill, oil on board, signed, framed, 44cm x 35cm. £80 - £120

630 632 DAVID DEAKINS (CONTEMPORARY) - Three sailing ships at sea, oil on board, signed, framed, 29cm x 79.5cm also one other oil by the same hand (2). £60 - £90 633 HENRY RYLANDS (LATE 19TH CENTURY) - ‘A New Forest Picnic’, oil on canvas, signed, inscribed verso, framed, 50.5cm x 76cm. £100 - £150 634 H. COOKE (LATE 19TH CENTURY) - Fishermen in a boat off a headland, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 51cm x 76cm. £100 - £150 635 MICHAEL CRAWLEY (CONTEMPORARY) - ‘Lower Manhatten, New York’, gouache, signed, framed, 38cm x 29cm. £100 - £150

639 640 FRANK HOLMES (EARLY 20TH CENTURY) - Arab travellers near the Pyramids, gouache, signed, framed, 14cm x 29cm also three other gouaches by the same hand (4). £80 - £120

637 LEWIS HOWE BENNETT (B.1936) - A view of a farm in a wintery landscape, watercolour, signed, framed, 28cm x 43cm £80 - £120 638 A. H. COLE (LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY) - ‘An extensive wooded landscape at sunset’, oil on board, signed, framed, 16.5cm x 48cm also the companion ‘A winter’s evening’ - a pair (2). £100 - £150

641 HENRY JOHN KINNAIRD (Fl. 1880-1920) - Harvest Time, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 35cm x 80cm. ILLUSTRATED. £800 - £1200

639 W. REYNOLDS (LATE 19TH CENTURY) - Cattle watering in a meadow, watercolour, signed and dated 1884, framed, 36cm x 53cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80

636 MICHAEL CRAWLEY (CONTEMPORARY) - ‘Fly fishing, River Wye, Derbyshire’, gouache, signed, framed, 30cm x 40cm. £70 - £100



Paintings and Prints



642 3 JOHN BERRY (1920-2009) - ‘People at Work’ the railway ticket office, gouache illustration for Ladybird Books, signed, framed, 26.5cm x 16cm Published in ‘People at Work, On the Railway’, Ladybird Books, 1972 £100 - £150 643 CIRCLE OF VALENTINE CAMERON PRINSEP, RA (1838-1904) - A Grecian Flower Girl, oil on canvas, bears signature and date ‘79, framed, 35cm x 43cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 644 LEON SALLES (1868-1950) after JOHN DOWNMAN, RA - ‘Portrait of Lady Francis Seymour’, stipple engraving, signed in pencil, oval, framed, 23cm x 18.5cm also one other print framed as a pair £60 - £80



645 WILLIAM LIONEL WYLLIE, RA (1851-1931) ‘Yacht racing at Cowes’, etching, signed in pencil, bears original label verso, framed, 17cm x 35cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400 646 WILLIAM LIONEL WYLLIE, RA (1851-1931) ‘Atlantic Fleet coming into Portsmouth Harbour’, etching, signed in pencil, bears original label verso, framed, 17cm x 35cm. £150 - £200 647 JOHN JAMES BANNATYNE,RSW (1835-1911) - ‘Sheering the Sheep’, watercolour, signed. framed, 54cm x 89cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

648 JOSEPH HALFPENNY (1748-1811) - ‘Kirkham Abbey, Yorkshire’, watercolour, signed, framed, 48cm x 62cm. £300 - £450 649 DENNIS FLANDERS,RWS (1915-1993) - ‘The Coronation, Westminster Abbey’, ink and wash drawing, signed and dated June ‘53, framed, 30cm x 39.5cm. £100 - £150 650 AFTER CLAUDE LORRAIN (circa early 18th Century) - Venus and Cupid, oil on canvas, bears false signature verso, framed, 33cm x 42cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300


Paintings and Prints

658 653 ENGLISH SCHOOL (LATE 19TH CENTURY) - Peaches, plums and apple blossom, watercolour, framed, 46cm x 44cm. Reputedly by the unrecorded artist Elizabeth Wallace £100 - £150 654 JEAN BAPTISTE CHARLES DETAILLE (FRENCH SCHOOL,1848-1912) - Inside the ruined fort, watercolour en grisaille, framed, 34cm x 54cm. £120 - £180 651 651 OLEG NAGREBELNY (RUSSIAN SCHOOL, 20TH CENTURY) - A sunlit forest, watercolour, signed and dated ‘98, framed, 68cm x 39cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £250 652 FREDERICK HARRY BAINES (1910-1995) - ‘Jubilee House, Deansgate, Manchester’, ink and wash architectural drawing, signed and dated 1972, framed, 26.5cm x 16cm also two other views of Manchester by the same hand (3). £100 - £150

659 657 L. BURGER (LATE 19TH CENTURY) - A mother and child on a country road, oil on board, signed, framed, 38cm x 14cm also the companion - Shepherd with his flock - a pair (2). £100 - £150 658 EDWARD MOORE (LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY) The Harbour, Tenby, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 45cm x 65.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £700

659 3 HARRY FRECKLETON (18901979) - Children playing on a beach, oil on board, signed, signed verso, framed, 40cm x 51cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £700 660 CHANDOS (FRENCH SCHOOL, 20TH CENTURY) - A sunlit street scene, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 51cm x 61cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

655 ENGLISH SCHOOL (EARLY 19TH CENTURY) - Numerous sailing vessels caught in a swel off a headland, watercolour en grisaille, framed, 30cm x 42cm. £100 - £150 656 ATTRIBUTED TO THOMAS MALTON, THE YOUNGER (17481804) - A Gothic spire, watercolour, framed, 42cm x 30cm. £150 - £250



661-772 Clocks

673 A calendar bracket clock with open anchor escapement, the bottom dial incorporating three subsidiary dials and moon phase, the two dials later fitted to a mahogany case with associated bracket, later repairs alterations, height 48cm. £200 - £300


661 A replica brass Congreve rolling ball clock with three silvered dials above a platform supported by four pillars in a perspex case on a green marble base, 45cm x35cm. £300 - £400 662 A replica brass three planet Orrery clock with chain driven mechanism, on a cylinder base inset with a four digit counter to an engraved base with the months of the year and signs of the zodiac, on splayed tripod feet, height 35cm. £200 - £300 663 A replica brass twelve planet Orrery, some with their own moons on a central gear mechanism on splayed tripod legs, height 35cm. £150 - £200 664 A replica brass skeleton clock with central silvered dial with an arrangement of four cog wheels in a glass dome on oval marble base and plinth, height 45cm. £100 - £150



665 An early 20th Century mahogany cased bracket clock with arched silvered dial and two subsidiary dials chime/silent and slow/fast in architectural style glazed case and plinth base, height 42cm. £50 - £80 666 A 19th Century oak longcase clock with 30-hour movement, the 12 inch painted broken arch dial with floral spandrels and date aperture, indistinctly signed ‘Kidderminster’, some damage and losses, height 222cm. £150 - £200 667 A late 19th Century polished slate cased mantle clock with anchor escapement, the white enamelled dial signed ‘Wray, Birmingham’, height 41cm and width 33cm, S/D. £50 - £80 668 An Arts and Crafts style mahogany aneroid barometer by Thompson Edinburgh, height 64cm together with an oak cased mantle clock (2). £50 - £80


669 An Edwardian inlaid balloon mantle clock by R L Christie Edinburgh, height 22cm. £50 - £80 670 A 19th Century French brass carriage clock, white enamelled dial in leather case, height 12cm. £100 - £150 671 A 19th Century French gilt mantle clock with eight day movement within a classical case with winged cherub playing a lyre near an urn, the circular white enamelled dial named Perigal and Deuterrau Bond Street on ebonised base and glass dome, height 52cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 672 A late 19th Century Vienna regulator walnut cased wall clock, spring driven movement with circular dial embossed floral dial enclosed by a pillar glazed door, height 91cm. £50 - £80

674 An early 20th Century French miniature brass and bevelled glass carriage clock by Margaine, further stamped with the number 3108 and the initials C.V, overall height 9cm, together with outer travel case, the case A/F. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80 675 A late 19th Century French brass carriage clock with white enamelled dial and together with key, height 11cm. £60 - £90 676 An early 20th Century oak cased mantle clock with eight day chiming movement and silvered dial incorporating subsidiary dials, height 26cm. £50 - £80 677 An early 20th Century mahogany circular wall clock with single fusee movement and painted dial by Robert Warner Pershore enclosed by a brass bevelled glazed door, width 37cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £250 678 A late 19th Century Vienna walnut cased spring driven wall clock, height 56cm and a similar wall clock (2). £60 - £90


679 A 19th Century French gilt mantle clock with eight day spring driven movement mounted with a classical figure holding a sphere, width 38cm and similar small gilt mantle clock(2). £50 - £80 680 An American St Thomas skeleton wall mounted alarm clock striking on a bell enclosed by a stencilled gilt glazed panelled door and contemporary case, height 41cm. £60 - £90 681 A 1930s Bulle mahogany domed cased electric mantle clock with circular dial, height 22cm together with a similar spring driven mantle clock in ebonised case, height 28cm (2). £60 - £90

686 A late 19th Century carved oak longcase clock of large proportions with eight day three train musical movement striking on eight graduated bells, arch brass dial incorporating chime/silent subsidiary dial and silvered chapter ring, spandrels and engraved floral centre enclosed by an acanthus carved oak hood and pilasters over a long trunk door flanked by caryatids to the side on a stepped base, height 272cm. £500 - £800 687 A 1930s and later constructed oak longcase clock with Hipp style mechanism and silvered chapter ring incorporating seconds subsidiary dial by R A Hassall Redditch with pendulum, height 168cm. £100 - £150

689 A 20th Century Magneta electric impulse clock model 37, serial number 11584 with pendulum in oak case, height 137cm. £80 - £120 690 A 20th Century Magneta electric impulse clock model 36, serial number 9679 in glazed oak case together with a circular slave clock by the Synchronome Co Ltd (2). £80 - £120 691 A 20th Century ITR mahognay cased rewind impulse clock with barrel pendulum enclosed by a glazed door below a white square dial, height 144cm. £80 - £120

682 A Smiths circular brown Bakelite wall clock together with two similar mantle clocks (3). £60 - £90

692 An early 20th Century oak cased National electric rewind impulse clock with circular dial incorporating seconds subsidiary dial and twin barrel pendulum by the National Time Recorder Company, height 132cm. £100 - £150

683 A 1940s 800 day mantle clock in glass dome on turned mahogany base together with similar part constructed clock in square case and a spring driven movement (3). £50 - £80

693 An early 20th Century oak cased National Time Recorder Company Ltd clocking in clock with embossed metal mounted named front plate, height 87cm. £80 - £120

684 A late 18th to early 19th Century four pillar twin fusee longcase clock movement £80 - £120

694 An early 20th Century mahogany cased wall mounted clocking in clock by the National Time Recorder Clock Company Ltd St Marys Cray Kent, 59cm x 35cm. £80 - £120

685 A brass four pillar single fusee anchor escapement wall clock movement. £50 - £80

688 688 A late 19th Century Black Forest carved walnut mantle clock in the form of a thatched barn with cockerel perched on the roof and hens to the foreground, eight day movement with circular white enamelled dial, height 46cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

695 A late 19th and early 20th Century spring driven regulator wall clock with circular white enamelled dial enclosed by a glazed door and mounted with a prancing stallion pediment, height 81cm. £60 - £90

696 A 20th Century Gents pegging in wall mounted clocking in clock with circular dial in beech glazed case, height 81cm. Reputed to have been removed from Winson Green prison Birmingham £80 - £120 697 A 20th Century Gents Pul-SynEtic impulse clock with square white dial in beech glazed case, height 128cm. £80 - £120 698 An early 20th Century mahogany cased National Time recorder clock St Marys Cray Kent, the white square dial enclosed by a gilt stencilled lettered glazed door with chrome fittings, height 101cm. £150 - £200 699 A 1950s Gents timing clock lacking case together with a small Gents oak cased master clock, a later Gents dial together with three ITR dials and two IBM international dials (9). £80 - £120 700 A 20th Century mahogany cased circular wall clock with single fusee movement the silvered dial inscribed R A Hassall Redditch. £60 - £90 701 A 20th Century replica brass lighthouse or lantern torchon clock with striking movement and small dial over a glazed octagonal and platform base incorporating large steel balls, height 75cm. £100 - £150 702 A late 19th Century Black Forest cuckoo clock in carved walnut traditional case mounted with a winged birtd, height 48cm. £60 - £90



716 A collection of clockmakers tools and accessories to include clamps, vices, cased instruments watch dials and spares (qty). £100 - £150

703 A large early 20th Century mahogany cased balloon mantle clock with eight day striking movement and circular white dial on stepped base and ogee bracket feet, height 52cm together with a late 19th French boulle work bracket clock by Martin Baskett & Co Paris (2). £0 - £0

717 A late 19th Century English regulator wall clock by Kay Worcester with eight day striking movement in a Tunbridge ware style inlaid case, height 120cm. £70 - £100

704 A 19th Century French brass cased mantle clock with circular dial and eight day striking movement together with a similar clock mounted with a bird (2). £60 - £90 705 An early 20th Century Art Nouveau gilt cased mantle clock together with a spelter clock in the form of a child holding a cornucopia (2). £50 - £80 706 A late 19th Century brass cased and glazed mantle clock with eight day striking movement by LeRoy & Fils Paris, height 37cm. £60 - £90 707 A late 19th Century American Ansonia mantle clock in gilt metal case together with a French barrel clock on three splayed legs and a single fusee clock movement (3). £60 - £90 708 A small Edwardian Art Nouveau inlaid mantle clock together with a similar reeded pillar clock, a mahogany cased mantle clock with alarm movement and a small oak cased mantle clock (4). £60 - £90


711 709 A Moparmatic gimble operated ebonised mantle clock together with two Smith’s car clocks, a French circular brass cased clock the movement stamped VAP Brevette and a similar clock in leather case alarm clock (5). £80 - £120

712 A Victorian black slate mantle clock with anchor escapement and circular dial and columns in agate and floral design on a bracket plinth together with an inlaid ebonised mantle clock decorated with fan patera (2). £50 - £80

710 A 20th Century French 365 day mantle clock with tangerine guilloche enamelled dial striking on a bell in glass dome together with a similar Kundo clock and an 800 day mantle clock by Pinchin Johnson (3). £60 - £90

713 A Victorian black slate mantle clock of domed architectural form and pillared front together with two slate mantle clocks (3). £60 - £90

711 A 1940s or later circular brown Bakelite stop clock by Smith’s English clocks Criclewood London with pull cord operation, width 30cm. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80

714 A large Victorian slate mantle clock the black and gilt circular dial flanked by reeded columns below a classical frieze with eight day striking movement, height 52cm. £70 - £100 715 A 19th Century matched black slate clock garniture, the timepiece mounted with a seated scholar above knights in armour flanked by two classical urns, height 55cm (3). £80 - £120

718 A 19th Century walnut cased regulator wall clock with circular white dial enclosed by a plain glazed door below and arched pediment, height 102cm. £100 - £150 719 An early 20th Century single fusee circular mahogany cased schoolroom clock with painted white dial, diameter 38cm. £120 - £180 720 A late 19th to early 20th Century walnut Vienna style wall clock, spring driven movement, the cornice with moulded eagle finial, height 89cm. £50 - £80 721 A late 19th Century mahogany drop dial wall clock, with overpainted dial, height 57cm. £50 - £80 722 A late 19th to early 20th Century walnut Vienna style wall clock, spring driven movement, the cornice with turned finials and a moulded eagle finial, height 89cm. £50 - £80

723-836 Collectables

727 723 C.B & W.D Forward - A set of four 1930s Art Deco chrome plated taps, one set 13cm in length, the second 15cm, all with impressed marks (4). £40 - £60 724 A Corgi Thrush-Buster No 497, boxed together with a boxed Lewis passenger train set (2). £60 - £90 725 A 19th Century stained red and white bone chess set together with a similar chess set in mahogany sliding box A/F £40 - £60 726 A First World War medal trio awarded to Lieut.C.W Dyer R.F.A (3). £40 - £60 727 An early 20th Century Longbridge 72 destination tram board housed in an oak glazed case, 28cm x 97cm Reputedly removed from the last tram from Birmingham to Longbridge. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 728 A late 20th Century Bilston enamel box of rectangular form, the hinged lid decorated with a scene of Kinver High Street, signed Anthony Wylde, width 11.5cm, S/D. £50 - £80

729 A 20th Century Chinese cloisonne tea canister and cover, together with two other similar items and a Japanese cloisonne vase, miniature bottle vase and trinket box and cover (6). £50 - £80 730 A 19th Century Japanese bronze pricket candlestick, height 23cm, a similar candlestick, a bronzed handmirror, an alabaster carved and decorated with a winged dragon and a model of a crayfish (5). £50 - £80 731 An early 20th carved African mask, another similar mask, two combs and other associated wooden objects (9). £60 - £90 732 An African goat skin and painted drum together with three wooden food containers, a similar wicker container with leather handle and a polychrome painted carved winged panel (5). £60 - £90 733 A Bilston enamel hexagonal box, ‘Alas Love’s dart gone in my heart’, width 4.5cm, A/F, together with a travelling drinks tot cup in a brass pocket watch style case, advertising ‘McConnell’s Old Irish Whisky, Belfast’, made by Pare of Birmingham. (2). £50 - £80


734 A Britains boxed ‘Miniature Gardening’ set, No 11, together with a quantity of Home Farm Series figures, birds and animals, hutches, stys, gates and fencing, a dovecote, carts etc., some damages and losses. (qty). £100 - £150 735 ‘Dickens and his Illustrators’ by Frederic Kitton, green cloth bound second edition, published by George Redway 1899, together with ‘St Joan’ - A chronicle play in six scenes and an epilogue by Bernard Shaw with sketches by C. Ricketts, dated 1924, a print run of 750 and ‘Heroes and Heroines of Bitter Sweet’ by Max Beerbohm, number 410 of 900. (3). £60 - £80

736 A collection of Britains Hunting Series lead figures to include five huntsmen and huntswomen on horseback, five standing figures, nine beagles, a fox, a greyhound and a hare, together with two J. Hill huntsman figures and an unmarked figure of a hare, some damage and losses. (Qty). £50 - £80 737 A 19th Century architectural cast iron finial in the form of an eagle, probably a gate post finial, with wings outstretched above a fruiting vine and foliage, overall height 54cm, width 44cm and weight 30kg. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150



738 A 19th Century miniature cold painted bronze figure of a Moorish figure wearing a fez, seated reading a book, height 3cm, together with a miniature green painted salamander, length 3cm (2). £60 - £90 739 A pair of 19th Century tortoiseshell and gilt mounted lorgnettes with button action, a tortoiseshell mounted manicure tool, a mother of pearl book mark and a silver and blue enamelled top scent bottle (4). £50 - £80 741 741 An India General Service Medal 1854-95 with Pegu bar to Pte Richard Bynham 51st Regiment King’s Own Light Infantry. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

743 743 A Second China War Medal with Canton bar, unnamed at issue. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

745 745 A Scinde Medal 1843 with Hyderabad 1843 to reverse, over engraved and renamed, Gunner T. Sheldon 1st Battalion Artillery, A/F. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £230

742 742 A Baltic Medal 1854-66, unnamed at issue. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

744 744 An Ashantee Medal 1873-74 to 20.22 Sergeant F.Quaiff 42nd Foot Black Watch, remains of black to lettering. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

746 746 A Queen’s South African Medal with Driefontein, Johannesberg, Diamond Hill, Wittenbergen, Cape Colony, South Africa 1901 to 509 Sergeant Major, T.W. White 2nd New South Wales Mounted Infantry Contingent. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

740 740 A Military General Service Medal with Salamanca bar to George Robert Rowe Assistant Surgeon 82nd Regiment. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600



747 An early 20th Century Armand Marseille bisque head doll with open mouth showing teeth, tilting brown eyes and blonde wig above a composite body, impressed 990/13 to head, height 60c. S/D. £70 - £110 748 Domesday Book Studies: Warwickshire, published by Alecto, London, 1987/1988, quarter cloth boards, three vols. in slip case, large 4to also Newspapers of the First World War, published by Times Newspapers, 1970 (2). £50 - £80 749 An aluminium circular bowl with pierced decoration to a turned wooden base, diameter 44cm. £30 - £50 750 An Edwardian album of First World War remembrance, comical and later postcards. £40 - £60 751 Three film posters comprising ‘The Hunchback of Notre Dame’ starring Gina Lollobrigida and Anthony Quinn, ‘The Neanderthal Man’ starring Bela Lugosi ‘Lock Up Your daughters’ and ‘The Man In the Sky’ starring Jack Hawkins and Elizabeth Sellars (3). £40 - £60 752 A Simon and Halbig bisque head doll marked PB within a star ,fixed brown eyes and open mouth, jointed composition body and later clothes, length 64cm together with a similar jointed composition doll (2). £100 - £150

753 An Edwardian novelty double bladed pen knife with plated mounts and rosewood sides in the form of a lady’s leg, length 8cm. £50 - £80 754 A late 19th Century brass adjustable microscope by Apps London fitted with adjustable lenses in mahogany box, height 23cm. £50 - £80 755 Four Halycon day enamelled boxes together with four others including an egg shaped example (8). £80 - £120 756 An Art Deco painted spelter figural table lamp, Diana the Huntress in pursuit of a deer, with a pink mottled glass globe type shade above a marble base, width 48cm. £50 - £80 757 A late 19th Century gilt metal mounted bevelled glass casket of cushion form, the hinged cover above a blue buttoned lined base on ball feet, width 9cm, together with a miniature model of a throne chair in the Gothic style inset with red cabochon back and seat, height 8.5cm. (2). £40 - £60 758 Benezit E - Dictionaire of painters and sculptures, a set of eight, 1966 (8). £50 - £80 759 Beckford P - Thoughts on hunting, Shaw Sparrow W Angling in British Art, Vyner R T Notitia Venatica in two volumes together with six other related books (10). £60 - £90

761 760 A Mamod live steam fire engine in red together with a grey painted limousine, boxed and a steam roller (3). £120 - £180 761 A 19th Century brass mounted decanter box with two later associated mitre cut decanters, S/D, together with a burr walnut rectangular tea caddy. (2). ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £90 762 A collection of hickory shafted golf clubs and golf bag. £50 - £80 763 An early 20th Century 3 3/4 inch alloy salmon reel with brass foot, together with a Sharpe’s box and an unrelated set of instructions, also a Hardy Bros four-piece cane salmon rod, stamped to the reel seat, with slip case, the rod with later repairs. (2). £50 - £80

764 An early 20th Century blue leather travelling dressing case with fall front compartment opening to reveal silver topped jars and brushes. £70 - £100 765 P. Sougy - The Sensory System, an anatomical lithograph, signed and dated 1948 in the stone, published by Adam, Rouilly & Co., Ltd, London, linen backed, rolled, 128cm x 97cm also four other rolled medical lithographs after the same hand (5). £100 - £150 766 P. Sougy - The Skull and Dentition, an anatomical lithograph, signed in the stone, published by Adam, Rouilly & Co., Ltd, London, linen backed, rolled, 128cm x 97cm also five other rolled medical lithographs after the same hand (6). £100 - £150



772 (part)

767 A collection of eleven rolled medical posters cicrca 19501960 (11). £80 - £120 768 A lady’s vintage half length blue arctic fox fur coat, labelled Saga Fox to the blue rayon lining, approximately a size 12 £50 - £80 769 An early 20th Century spelter study of two fighting Japanese men, height 20cm, unmarked. £50 - £80 770 A late 19th Century French bisque head doll with fixed brown eyes and open mouth jointed composition body together with a similar German doll wearing a black beaded edge coat wearing a bonnet and holding a basket together with a hard plastic doll and a modern example (3). £80 - £120



771 A Heubach and Kopplesdorf bisque head doll with open close eyes and open mouth marked 342.6, jointed composition body together with an English made flirty eye stye bisque head shoulder doll wearing blue shorts and an SFBJ marked bisque head doll wearing a red velvet gown (3). £60 - £90 772 Two late German miniature bisque head dolls together with two similar examples, a composition head, a celluloid head and a miniature pram (7). ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80 773 A collection of Edwardian postcards to include comical, bathing beauties, views embroidered cards and valentines (qty). £40 - £60

774 A pair of 19th Century Japanese cloisonne wall chargers one decorated with a bird catching a crayfish the other with a basket of flowers and a finch, 30.5cm diameter together with a similar dish, a small saucer and a beaker (5). £80 - £120 775 A small 20th Century novelty bronze figure of a penguin holding a handbag on turned mahogany base, height 10.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80 776 A Conway Stewart purple cased marble effect fountain pen, two other similar pens, a self filling pen together with various others some later cased and boxed nibs (qty). £50 - £80


777 A 19th Century mahogany salt box fitted with a drawer together with three pairs of gilt Adam style wall brackets (4). £50 - £80 778 A late 19th to early 20th Century taxidermy study of sixteen exotic birds and a dragonfly, in a naturalistic setting above a walnut plinth base, all beneath an associated glass dome, overall height 61cm, some damage and losses. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 779 A Tri-ang pressed steel grand prix pedal car, possibly a Vanwall model, length 118cm, some damage and losses. £100 - £150


784 780 A First World War medal pair to 43324 Pte. H. Mansell Royal Berks Reg, with a faithful Special Constabulary medal, Defence and British War medal, a 1939-4 and an Africa Star, with five assorted sporting fobs. (12). £50 - £80 781 A 20th Century microscope by Cooke Troughton & Simms No 107455 in oak case £60 - £90 782 An Olympus model K Japanese microscope in oak case with instruction manual £50 - £80

786 (part)

784 An album of photographs titled ‘The Visit of their Majesties King George VI and Queen Elizabeth to the Wolseley Works Birmingham April 18th 1940’ with facsimille signatures to the front page and fifteen further images from the arrival to their departure. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 785 A mid 20th Century wooden sculpture of a female head and shoulders by Laszlo Hoenig raised to a square plinth, faint stamped mark to the base, height 24.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

783 A modern reproduction copper candle wall bracket, the rectangular repoussse work panel detailed with a lighthouse scene, fitted with two candle sconces, height 51cm and width 23cm. £80 - £120

786 An album and collection of West Midlands, Stourbridge and local area postcards to include real photographic cards, a series relating to the Cradley boiler explosion 1906 also Belgian refugees Manor House Kingswinford, early Stewpony card with tram local scenes of Dudley and Clent etc. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 787 A 19th Century child’s dress in pink tartan with green velvet trim and brass buttons, the belt with an S shaped snake clasp. £40 - £60 788 An Armand Marseille bisque head doll with open close eyes and mouth, jointed composition body, marked 1910,10 dressed in cream clothes and woollen jumper, length 67cm. £50 - £80

789 A second quarter 20th Century Midlands circular enamelled bus sign, titled ‘Stage Buses Stop To City Here By Request’, height 75cm. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80 790 A lithographic poster for 1972 Munich Olympic Games, framed, 83cm x 53.5cm. £50 - £80 791 A 1970s or earlier un-opened bottle Johnnie Walker red label whisky and a miniature boxed dimple whisky (2). £60 - £90 792 An Eastern Persian crystal perfume bottle with cut faceted sides of birds of prey mounted with a white metal and turquoise inset stopper, height 9cm. £80 - £120 793 A pair of 20th Century brass five sconce altar candlesticks each with adjustable arms on circular stepped bases, height 39cm (2). £100 - £150






795 795 Edouard Pinnaud (1877-1945) An early 20th Century unopened cologne bottle with glass stopper retaining original label together with a similar full bottle titled extract Fleurs de Violet (2). ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80 796 A 1920s or later surveyor’s level by E Watts cased together with a tripod and adjustable rule. ILLUSTRATED. £70 - £100

794 (part) 794 A collection of Edwardian West Midlands and Black Country cards to include real photographic postcards to include Baggeridge colliery, the Cradley boiler explosion, a Dudley balloon flight, an early crooked house scene at Himley, together with various others of Sedgley, Birmingham and Shropshire etc (qty). ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80


797 A 20th Century glass display case on oval mahogany base, height 38cm. £60 - £90 798 A 19th Century shock machine together with a cased Pifco Bakelite hair dryer also various sets on magic lantern slides and lenses (qty). £50 - £80 799 A collection of pinz nez and other spectacles (qty). £40 - £60

800 A Victorian figured walnut brass cornered writing slope together with an inlaid papier mache two division tea caddy, width 17cm (2). £50 - £80 801 A Hornby dublo 4-6-2 Barnstaple locomotive No 34005 together with various other locomotives, rolling stock and accessories (qty). £70 - £100 802 A pair of French gilt metal, enamel and mother of pearl opera glasses decorated with gilded floral vigneettes to a pale blue ground, stamped number 63 with bee mark for Lemaire Paris width 10cm. £50 - £80 803 A collection of approximately seventy four 19th Century mother of pearl Chinese export gaming counters including fish, rectangular, oval, circular, pierced, square and shaped examples of various sizes (74). £100 - £150 804 A Johillco Coronation coach with riders and eight horses. £50 - £80

805 805 A late 19th Century poured wax head fashion doll with painted features and inset blue glass eyes wearing a blue feathered lace edged bonnet over a bodice and blue dress, part painted composition shoes, length 56cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 806 An Armand Marseille bisque head doll with open close eyes and jointed composition body wearing a crochet embroidered dress and bonnet and holding a bunch of flowers, length 51cm together with a similar bisque head doll marked Einco, open close eyes wearing a pink floral dress and shoes (2). £60 - £90


817 A late 19th Century Japanese lacquered table cabinet of lozenge form together with a papier mache tea caddy and a similar tray and cake stand (4). £80 - £120 818 A 18th Century dished pewter plate together with various tankards and various gill measures (qty). £60 - £90 807 807 A Heubach bisque head doll with fixed brown eyes and open mouth wearing a floral brown velvet bonnet, horseshoe mark 902-8/0 and part composition body, length 41cm together with a moulded and painted head example by the Doll Pottery Company 1916-1922 wearing brown dress, length 39cm (2). ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £90 808 A German Kestner style bisque shoulder head doll with open and closed eyes and open mouth marked 15 1/2 dep.4 wearing a deep blue velvet and lace edged dress, jointed kyd body and brown shoes, length 37cm together with a poured wax doll with inset brown eyes, white bonnet and blue polka dot clothes, length 43cm (2). ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £90 809 A small German black bisque head doll with fixed brown eyes and open mouth, jointed composition body wearing a green satin and lace edged dress, length 30cm together with a Heubach and Kopplesdorf spray painted bisque head doll wearing pink and floral edged dress, length 31cm (2). ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £90

808 (part) 810 A small German dream baby style bisque head doll in christening type gown together with a spray painted doll in pale blue dress, a composition doll and a Rexard character doll (4). £60 - £90 811 A German bisque head Revalo doll with open and close eyes, open mouth and jointed composition body wearing lace edged dress and bonnet, length 43cn together with a similar doll marked H.S E in printed floral dress and a Armand Marseille spray bisque head doll wearing red piped dark blue velvet dress (2). £80 - £120 812 A German bisque head doll with fixed brown eyes and open mouth wearing a black lace pale blue dress and bonnet and jointed spray bisque body, length 42cm together with two small unmarked bisque dolls and a Heubach and Kopplesdorf example (4). £70 - £100

809 813 A Heubach and Kopplesdorf bisque head doll marked 320.2 with fixed eyes and jointed composition body wearing a printed floral dress, length 43cm together with a Heubach bisque head shoulder doll in lace edged fawn dress (2). £70 - £100 814 A Lenci style felt doll with painted features wearing red chequered dress and spectacles together with a Nora Wellings style black doll inset glass eyes and wearing a straw hat, length 44cm (2). £50 - £80 815 Two British made bisque dolls Lulu and Wuwu by Hamley Bros with painted features and costumes, height 14cm together with a similar doll and a small doll in blue dress (4). £60 - £90 816 A collection of ten Victorian and later small dolls to include moulded head examples and a celluloid doll (10). £70 - £100

819 (part) 819 A True time brown leather lockable bookmakers bag together with a leather Gladstone type bag (2). ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £90

820 820 A 19th Century spinach jade page turner or letter opener mounted with silver gilt coronet central engraved mounts, length 21cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 821 A small 19th Century alphabetical needlework sampler worked by Sarah Wallace aged ten years 1874, later framed, 21cm x 21cm. £40 - £60



822 A 19th Century French Polynesia Austral Ra’vavai islands tribal ceremonial carved ‘Tamau’ wood paddle or hoe (Tahitian for paddle), the tear drop shaped blade divided into panels of roundels and hatched design, the reverse with bands of lunette decoration, carved long shaft terminating in a pommel carved with Tiki, length 152.2cm. Damages. Notes - These paddles were not intended for functional use but are thought to have been used as emblems of status or in ceremonial dances. The intricate incised carving was done using sharks teeth, shells and stones. ILLUSTRATED. £800 - £1200






823 A 19th Century Polynesia carved hardwood throwing club, the champhered end with hatched design and ring dot decoration, plain shaft and decorated terminal, length 67.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

825 A 20th Century mahogany cased barograph by O.Comitte & Son London fitted in a mahogany display case with chart drawer, charts and instructions, width 36cm. £250 - £350

824 A TVR Chimaera sports car in green, registration M113 GGT, 3952CC, no tax or MOT, mileage unknown, first registered August 1994. With V5C, owner’s handbook and two keys. A restoration project and is sold ‘as seen’. Provenance - Discovered locally, stored in a garage. £3000 - £5000



826 A German bisque head doll with open/close eyes and open mouth, jointed composition body wearing a white crochet embroidered dress and wool bonnet together, length 52cm together with a smaller character style doll marked R A and another with fixed blue eyes (3). £60 - £90


827 A collection of four Schuco miniature teddy bears with moveable limbs including a panda example together with an unboxed Pelham goldilocks, a schoolmaster and wooden puppet (8). £100 - £150 828 A late 19th to early 20th Century painted gilt metal novelty pin cushion, modelled in the form of a crouching poodle, with blue paste set eyes and sprung head and tail, stamped mark to the base Florenza, together with a silver plated shoe pin cushion. £60 - £90 829 A Stour Valley Motor Co Ltd Stourbridge enamelled plated St Christopher badge (1919-1920). ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80

830 Victoria - Crowns 1845 x 6, 1889 x 5, 1890 x 3, 1891 x 2, 1893, 1895, 1896 x 2, 1897, 1898, 1900 (23). £150 - £200 831 George IIII to George VI - Crowns 1818, 1821 x 3, two 1887 double florins, 1902, 1935, 1937 Australian wreath crown, 1937 x 2 together with two Maria Theresia Thalers and sundry coinage (qty). £80 - £120 832 France - Various Leopald, Napoleon Ist five Franc coins together with other foreign George VI and later crowns (qty). £100 - £150 833 An early 20th Century Chinese carved ivory and amber cane or parasol handle decorated with a figure of a seated figure, length 9cm. £50 - £80 835

834 A collection of 19th and 20th Century copper coinage to include later proof Diana 2007 crowns and cased nickel coin sets (qty). £50 - £80 835 A 19th Century needlework sampler worked by Eliza Branch, aged 11 years old with a Christian verse bordered by trailing flowers and leaves with a church beneath, 44cm x 34cm, oak framed. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

836 A Victorian oak stationary box with fitted interior enclosed by a double door slope on plinth base together with a Chinese brass occasional table engraved with figures on a folding hardwood stand together with a matching tray (3). £50 - £80



837-924 Furniture

837 A mid 20th Century glass counter top shop display cabinet, manufactured by ‘Seal’, with two internal shelves and sliding double doors, height 46cm, width 60cm and depth 32cm. £50 - £80 838 A late 20th Century break-fronted display cabinet in the Chinese taste, the cornice pediment above four glazed doors and with four conforming cupboard doors below, all above scroll bracket feet, height 209cm, width 162cm and depth 45cm. £150 - £200 839 An early 20th Century Middle Eastern flat woven maroon rug, with repeat pattern, 227cm x 166cm, A/F. £40 - £60 840 An 18th Century style mahogany mirror of narrow proportions with hand painted panel of flowers below a shell shaped pediment and bears makers tablet to the reverse Lyseberg Hansen & Therp, 88cm x 23cm. £60 - £90 841 A Middle Eastern woollen rug, with three geometric motifs to the central red field, within repeat pattern blue, oatmeal brown and red borders, 155cm x 119cm. £40 - £60 842 A 20th Century Middle Eastern flat woven rug, with star-shaped central medallion upon a blue field, within maroon, oatmeal and blue borders, 218cm x 138cm, S/D. £40 - £60


843 A 20th Century Middle Eastern runner, with five geometric motifs upon a red ground, 297cm x 74cm. £50 - £80 844 Two Middle Eastern flat woven rugs, the first with four geometric motifs within red, blue, oatmeal and brown borders, worn and faded, 176cm x 140cm, together with a smaller example with a shaped central motif on a red ground with blue floral borders, S/D, 124cm x 79cm. (2). £50 - £80 845 Two Middle Eastern flat woven rugs, the first with thirty three motifs to the central field within rust, maroon, blue and brown repeat pattern borders, worn and faded, 206cm x 152cm, together with a similar rug of deeper maroon colour with twenty four motifs to the central field, 192cm x 131cm. (2). £50 - £80 846 An early 20th Century Middle Eastern flat woven rug, with four rosette motifs to the central field within geometric maroon, oatmeal, blue and brown borders, 153cm x 129cm, S/D, together with a smaller blue rug centred by a figural medallion within repeat pattern borders, 122cm x 104cm, A/F. £80 - £120 847 A 1930s walnut bedroom chair, with silvered scroll capitals to the scalloped apron. £50 - £80

848 A 19th Century country oak snap top supper table of circular form, raised to a baluster turned pedestal support and tripod base, height 74cm and diameter 79cm, S/D. £50 - £80 849 A 19th Century mahogany snap top supper table, later adapted with drop leaves, raised to a turned pedestal support above a tripod base, S/D. £50 - £80 850 A 19th Century country oak snap top table of circular form, raised to a turned pedestal support and tripod base, height 75cm and diameter 90cm, S/D. £50 - £80 851 A late 19th Century steel coal scuttle in the Aesthetic taste, with foliate detail above four scroll feet, complete with later shovel. £30 - £50 852 A late 20th Century red lacquered chest of three drawers in the Chinese taste, with painted prunus blossom to the top, height 69cm and width 41cm, S/D. £50 - £80 853 An oak coffer of shallow form, raised to bracket feet, height 43cm and width 112cm. £40 - £60 854 A 20th Century oak dresser base, fitted with three panel fronted frieze drawers above turned legs, united by a pot board base, width 148cm. £80 - £120

855 A 20th Century oak side table, fitted with two frieze drawers above a turned stretcher frame, width 90cm. £40 - £60 856 An early 20th Century oak torchere with inlaid central paterae, S/D, height 72cm, together with a later 20th Century mahogany torchere on a reeded tripod base, height 99cm. (2). £40 - £60 857 An Edwardian armchair with exposed mahogany crossbanded frame with scroll capitals to the top rail. £30 - £50 858 An early 20th Century line inlaid mahogany three tier cake stand with finial top, A/F, height 97cm, together with a mahogany framed toilet swing mirror in the Georgian style, S/D, height 60cm. (2). £40 - £60 859 A 19th Century mahogany drop leaf supper table, fitted with a single frieze drawer above a turned pedestal and four outswept legs, together with four 20th Century oak and rush seated ladderback dining chairs. (5). £50 - £80 860 A 17th Century style light oak two drawer dresser fitted with two drawers above a shaped apron on turned legs united by a pot board, length 152cm. £100 - £150


865 861 A Queen Anne style figured walnut cocktail cabinet, the mirrored interior enclosed by a pair of doors on cabriole legs claw and ball feet, width 82cm. £100 - £150 862 A 19th Century mahogany chest of seven drawers in the Scottish taste, with wrythen-turned pilaster supports above a shaped apron, height 112cm and width 133cm. £100 - £150 863 A 19th Century bevelled glass oval wall mirror in raised gilt leaf frame, width 64cm. £50 - £80 864 A Louis XVI style gilt metal and gallery mounted octagonal jardiniere stand on slender legs united by an undertier, diameter 36cm. £50 - £80 865 A late 19th to early 20th Century Orkney style elbow chair with rope twist back over a pine box drawer base on block legs to the front. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

874 866 An Edwardian mahogany bookcase enclosed by a pair of swept bar glazed doors over a cupboard base below dentil moulded edge cornice, width 156cm. £120 - £180 867 A 19th Century Regency style crossbanded mahogany rectangular dining table on turned pedestal and splayed legs, width 130cm. £50 - £80 868 A Victorian window seat upholstered in turquoise plush on turned legs and brass castors, length 146cm. £60 - £90 869 A 19th Century Regency style gilt rectangular wall mirror, the glass plate flanked by reeded capital pilasters, width 50cm. £60 - £90 870 A pair of Edwardian Queen Anne style wing back easy arm chairs on carved hoof feet upholstered in green dralon (2). £150 - £200

877 871 An Edwardian carved mahogany breakfront floorstanding bookcase with fitted adjustable shelves enclosed by four glazed doors on plinth base, length 250cm. £400 - £600 872 A George III inlaid mahogany linen press with fitted sliding tray interior enclosed by a pair of panelled doors over a three drawer base, width 128cm. £120 - £180

876 A 19th Century mahogany framed wall mirror of cartouche form, width 81cm. £50 - £80 877 A 19th Century inlaid rosewood bow front chest of four long drawers flanked by turned pillars, width 102cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £180

873 A 20th Century Moorish Arts and Crafts style oak octagonal occasional table, width 50cm. £50 - £80 874 A 19th Century French Empire style commode chest with gilt metal mounts and panelled sides on turned legs, length 125cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400 875 A George III mahogany chest of four long drawers on bracket feet, width 89cm. £120 - £180

878 A 19th Century crossbanded octagonal mahogany teapoy on reeded splayed legs, width 48cm. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80



889 A 17th Century style carved oak joint stool with scroll frieze united by rail stretchers together with three other similar joint stools (4). £100 - £150 890 A 17th Century style carved oak floorstanding corner cupboard of narrow proportions, height 170cm. £60 - £90

881 879 A George III mahogany two tier drop flap dumb waiter on turned pedestal and splayed legs and castors. £100 - £150 880 An early 20th Century Caucasian rug with three rows of guls on a rust ground, 145cm x 122cm together with and similar rug with central panel of botehs on a pale pink ground, 150cm x 96cm (2). £50 - £80

882 881 A late Victorian rosewood veneered bonheur de jour, the upright section with a central cabinet flanked by a drawer to either side, further fitted below with a frieze drawer and a swag drawer, all over square tapered legs, height 103cm and width 70cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 882 A Georgian mahogany graduated chest of four long drawers, with cock-beaded edges above the bracket feet, height 86cm and width 91cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

883 A satinwood jardiniere stand or torchere of square form, with walnut cross banded borders, the tapered legs united by a stretcher shelf, height 99cm and 29cm square. £40 - £60 884 An 18th Century oak settle with a fielded five panel back above a later elm seat and a triple frieze panel, width 189cm, S/D. £200 - £300 885-886 No Lots 887 A small 17th Century style oak box seat settle with high carved panelled back and shaped ends, width 60cm. £100 - £150 888 A 16th Century style carved oak sideboard, the moulded edge plank top over two central doors flanked by a pair of arched cupboard doors and caryatids on turned legs united by an undertier, length 167cm. £150 - £250



891 A small 17th Century style rectangular carved oak refectory occasional table, length 81cm together with a small similar padded top stool (2). £50 - £80 892 A small 17th Century style carved oak credence table fitted with a frieze drawer on turned legs united by rail stretchers, width 61cm. £80 - £120 893 A 17th Century style carved oak court cupboard, the canopy turned back enclosed by a pair of panelled doors over two arched doors above a panelled base, width 130cm. £120 - £180 894 A 17th Century style carved oak occasional table with scroll decorated frieze on turned baluster legs united by rail stretchers together with a matching pair of tables, 30cm square (3). £60 - £90 895 An 18th Century style carved oak coffer with lozenge panelled front on stiles, length 91cm. £60 - £90


911 896 A 17th Century style boarded oak coffer with lunette and arched carved panelled front on stiles, length 99cm. £60 - £90 897 A 17th Century style boarded oak coffer with louvered panelled front on shaped ends, length 91.5cm. £60 - £90 898 A 17th Century style oak cupboard enclosed by a pair of carved and flral marquetry inlaid doors on turned legs united by rail stretchers, width 98cm. £100 - £150 899 A 1960s oval bevelled edge wall mirror with painted floral pediment on two gilt ball feet, height 36cm. £60 - £90 900 An Edwardian line inlaid and satinwood banded display cabinet enclosed by a pair of astragal glazed doors, width 92cm. £80 - £120

912 901 Two 1930s Chinese pieced fret carved panels of characters centred with a roundel each within champhered edge frames, 71cm x 38cm the largest (20 £60 - £90 902 A William IV rosewood occasional table of rectangular form, with a foliate carved tapered support above the trefoil platform base, height 72cm and width 48cm. £50 - £80 903 A mid 20th Century glass counter top shop display cabinet with an internal shelf and sliding double doors, height 34cm, width 77cm and depth 25cm, S/D. £40 - £60


906 A Victorian adjustable wrought iron and brass standard lamp with leaf scroll base, bears maker’s plate for S. Hart & Sons, Peard & Co, London. £50 - £80

911 A 20th Century Chinese hardwood cabinet, fitted with a single drawer over a two door base, width 76cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £90

907 A 19th Century oak floorstanding corner cupboard the shaped shelves enclosed by a bar glazed door within an arched pillar frame on an inverted breakfront base, height 201cm. £100 - £150

912 A set of six early 20th Century elm and beech chapel chairs, with prayer book shelves above the stretcher frames. (6). ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

908 An 18th Century oak and walnut gateleg dining table on turned legs and stretchers with splayed hoof feet, width 103cm. £120 - £180

904 A small pair of Edwardian walnut glazed wall cabinets enclosed by a pair of bevelled glazed doors, 70cm x 43cm (2). £100 - £150

909 A late 19th Century light oak dresser with inverted glazed cupboard rack over a base fitted with three drawers centred by a recess length 183cm. £120 - £180

905 A small Edwardian beech framed two seater settee, the swept bobbin turned back over a padded seat on turned legs to the front and back, length 127cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £90

910 A George III mahogany linen press with fitted tray interior enclosed by a pair of oval line inlaid doors over two short and two long cockbeaded doors on splayed bracket feet, width 148cm. £300 - £500

913 An early 20th Century oak monks bench, the fold-over top above a lift up bench seat with twin fielded front panels, width 121cm, S/D. £100 - £150 914 A late 19th to early 20th Century burr walnut bonheur de jour, the brass gallery above a floral marquetry inlaid fall front, over gilt mounted cabriole legs, height 92cm and width 74cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 915 An early 20th Century line inlaid mahogany piano stool with lift up seat, width 55cm. £40 - £60



916 An early 20th Century mahogany writing desk in the Sheraton taste, with painted floral highlights, the upright section with two cupboards and a mirror panel above two frieze drawers and square tapered legs, width 84cm, A/F. £80 - £120 917 A late Victorian rosewood salon side cabinet, the fret-cut upright panel with central mirror above an offset cupboard and stretcher shelf, height 145cm and width 64.5cm, S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80 918 An early 20th Century oak hall stand, the pierced panel upright with six double hooks and a central mirror, above a central drawer flanked by two stick stands, height 210cm and width 92cm. £50 - £80 919 An 18th Century and later oak coffer chest, the hinged lid above a carved frieze and raised to stile feet, retains candle box. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120


920 A mid 19th Century double seat rosewood stool upholstered in fawn on carved cabriole legs, width 86cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 921 An Edwardian satinwood banded mahogany music cabinet enclosed by a pair of panels and glazed door on bracket plinth, width 55cm. £80 - £120 922 An early 20th Century mahogany bijouterie table, the blue baize lined interior enclosed by a hinged glazed top on square tapering legs terminating in pad feet, width 61cm. £100 - £150 923 An early 20th Century French inlaid Kingwood etagere, the cartouche shaped top over a drawer on slender legs and scroll feet, width 34cm. £100 - £150 924 A late Victorian burr walnut table or collector's cabinet, fitted with three drawers with recessed brass handles enclosed by double doors, width 29cm. £80 - £120

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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 24% 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 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. 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


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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.

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Fieldings Auctioneers execute bids as a convenience. Whilst every care is taken in carrying out bids, neither Fieldings Auctioneers nor their staff can be held responsible for any errors made or failure to execute bids.

Reference and bidding slips should arrive 24 hours prior to the day of sale.

You may permit the auctioneer to increase your bid by one increment to secure the sale on your behalf by indicating “plus one” after your bid amount. If you do not wish us to exceed the figure noted, please mark your bid “maximum”.

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