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The March Sale Saturday 24th March 2018 10.00am


Nicholas davies

Will Farmer

director Silver, Jewellery and Collectables

director Ceramics, glass and decorative Arts

nick@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

will@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

Mark Hannam

Andrew Mayall

Alison Snowdon

Senior Valuer and Auctioneer Collectables and Furniture

Valuer and Auctioneer Collectables and Furniture

Valuer and Auctioneer Ceramics and Textiles

mark@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

alison@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

andrew@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

William Lacey

Liz Winnicott dgA CerT.g.A.

Picture Consultant

Silver and Jewellery Consultant

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bill@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

Judith Woolgar

ellie Bertram

June emery

Accounts Manager

Administrative Assistant

receptionist

ellie@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

judith@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

june@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

Lee Coldrick

Alex Froggatt

Head Porter and Saleroom Assistant

Porter Junior Valuer and Auctioneer alex@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk


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Lots marked ✦ Lots marked ✦ are from the estate of the late William Twyford (for further information see page 59)

Thursday 22nd March Friday 23rd 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: info@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk Website: www.fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

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

Sale number 0215

Catalogue £12/£15 by post

Front cover: Lot 616 (part) Back cover: Lot 343 Order of sale: Lot 655

Lots marked 3 artIsts re-saLe rIGHt (arr) Living artists and the descendants of artists deceased within the last 70 years are entitled to receive a re-sale royalty each time their work is bought. Please note ARR is calculated in euros. Auctioneers will apply current exchange rates. Applies to lots with hammer value over €1,000 as follows: 0 to €50,000 - 4%, €50,000.01 to €200,000 - 3% €200,000.01 to €350,000 - 1%, €350,000.01 to €500,000 - 0.5% Exceeding €500,000 - 0.25% ARR is capped at €12,500

Please note that all emails requesting condition reports and images must be received by close of business on Thursday 22nd March. All commission bids submitted by email must be received before close of business on Friday 23rd March. 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, info@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk, 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). In accordance with financial regulations we do not accept single cash payments over £8,800 (€10,000). 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. All sold items not collected or paid for within fourteen days of the sale will incur storage charges of £5 per lot per day.

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: Mailboxes – 01905 732830 info@mbeworcester.co.uk That’s your lot – 01902 475212 thatsyourlot@outlook.com

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

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

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

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

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

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Order of sale Lot Numbers

Page Numbers

Pottery

1 - 156

5 - 18

Glass

157 - 312

19 - 30

Silver and Silver Plate

313 - 393

31 - 36

Jewellery

394 - 526

37 - 43

Paintings and Prints

527 - 578

44 - 49

Collectables

579 - 690

50 - 57

Clocks to include those from the estate of William Twyford

691 - 802

58 - 67

Furniture

803 - 875

68 - 72

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Each lot is subject to a Buyer’s Premium of 24% inclusive of VAT @ 20%


1-156 Potttery

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1 A late 18th Century basalt medallion with relief applied scene in white depicting Peace, Science and Labour, making offerings to Liberty, the reverse inscribed, unmarked, possibly Wedgwood, diameter 8cm. ILLUSTRATED Provenance: Sotheby’s 27th May 1986, Lot 225 £80 - £120 2 A Chinese clay model of a bird perched on a branch, the whole glazed in green, unmarked, height 18cm £40 - £60 3 A 19th Century Davenport Longport miniature vase of compressed globe and shaft form decorated with gilt flowers over the cream ground, printed mark, height 6.5cm £30 - £50 4 A H&C Heinrich post war vase of compressed teardrop form transfer printed with stylised birds over a white glazed ground, printed marks, height 14cm £40 - £60

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5 A later 20th Century studio pottery vase by George Wilson of shouldered ovoid form with a flared collar neck decorated in a high fired flambe glaze, impressed mark and painted mark to the base, height 17cm £30 - £50 6 A pair of French Limoges Grand Feu pate sur pate scent bottles, each of squat rectangular form with tapering gilt edged sides, each decorated with a reclining female nude against pale blue ground, glass stopper, painted mark and artists mark Camille Tharaud (2). ILLUSTRATED £50 - £80 7 A large early 20th Century Masons Ironstone hexagonal vase and cover decorated with birds amidst flowering branches, printed mark, marked as a second, height 50cm £40 - £60

8 Four later 20th Century Chinese vases comprising a pair of Rouleau vases decorated with ladies in a garden, a vase of globe and shaft form decorated with a bird in flight and a cylinder vase with floral sprays, all with printed marks, damages (4) £50 - £80 9 A 1930s Art Deco Royal Cauldon / Wardle vase decorated with tubelined stylised flowers against a pale brown ground, the design attributed to Edith Gator, printed and impressed marks, height 16cm £30 - £50 10 A 1920s Royal Crown Derby diamond shaped dish decorated by W.E.J. Dean with a hand painted roundel of a galleon in full sail coming into dock, a lighthouse and coastal landscape in the distance, signed, the border in blue and white, red printed mark with date for 1923, length 24cm £50 - £80

11 A 19th Century Staffordshire figure entitled Winter’s Tale depicting Miss Jenny Marston as Pedita and Mr Frederick Robinson as Florizel from the Shakespeare Play, titled to the front, height 31cm S/D £40 - £60 12 Two 19th Century Staffordshire flat back figures, the first modelled as a lady and gentleman stood on an oval base, he leaning in for a kiss, height 29cm, the second of a lady and gentleman stood with a small black and white dog, height 34cm, restored (2) £40 - £60 13 Two 19th Century Staffordshire flat back figures, the first modelled as a gentleman on his horse, the whole with gilt detailing, possibly depicting the Duke of Cambridge, height 29.5cm, the second with a lady and gentleman stood either side of a clock with a flowering plant between, height 30cm S/D £40 - £60

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22 14 Two 19th Century Staffordshire flat back figures, the first modelled as Dick Turpin, height 30cm S/D, the second as Wesley preaching in the pulpit, height 29cm (2) £40 - £60 15 Five assorted 19th Century Staffordshire flat back figures to include a spill vase with the Royal Children sleeping and a theatrical figure of a man stood holding a shield and sword, damages (5) £40 - £60 16 Three 19th Century Staffordshire flat back figures comprising two with painted clock faces, one with three foxes and the other with a lady and gentleman sat beside a flowering plant, the third a figure of a lady stood beside a waterfall and a goat (3) £50 - £80

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23 17 An early 20th Century souvenir jug decorated with a black and white portrait of His Excellency the Late Governor to one side and to the reverse A Present from Ramsey I of M, both images by J. Broughton, unmarked, height 16cm £40 - £60 18 A 1930s advertising / promotional Ordinary Toby jug detailed to the pedestal Charrington’s Toby Ale, unmarked, height 25cm £30 - £50 19 A set of five early 20th Century Mintons shallow bowls each of lobed daisy head form glazed in cream with a gilt border edge, printed mark, made for Tiffany & Co, New York, diameter 21.5cm (5) £30 - £50 20 An early 20th Century Wiltshaw and Robinson Carlton Ware hot water jug, the body decorated with sprays of flowers against a blush ground with a silver plated collar and handle, printed mark, height 22cm together with three water jugs comprising one Staffordshire moulded example and two Sunderland lustre examples (4) £40 - £60

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24 21 A 19th Century Sunderland lustre teapot of silver form decorated with two transfer applied scenes of a country house in a landscape setting, unmarked, length 28cm S/D together with a sucrier with black and white transfer scenes of a family taking a moments rest with Sunderland lustre border trim, unmarked, height 14cm (2) £40 - £60 22 A 19th Century Staffordshire creamware stirrup cup formed as a fox head with painted decoration, length 15cm A/F. ILLUSTRATED £50 - £80 23 A 19th Century Staffordshire creamware stirrup cup formed as the head of a hound with brown painted decoration, length 14cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED £60 - £80 24 A 19th Century Staffordshire Pearlware mug of cylindrical form, the moulded body with a blue and white transfer Chinoiserie scene with a patterned body rim, unmarked, height 14cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED £40 - £60

25 Five pieces of assorted late 19th Century Chinese Famille Rose comprising a shallow charger, a plate, a tea kettle, a tea cup and a cylindrical base with painted characters decoration, all unmarked, all with damages (5) £50 - £80 26 Two late 19th Century Chinese plates, the first decorated with enamel fish to the central well with a border edge of flowers, unmarked, diameter 23cm S/D, the second decorated in blue and white with a spray of flowers, diameter 22.5cm S/D together with a Japanese plate enamel decorated with an octopus chopping a pak choi, diameter 20cm (3) £40 - £60 27 A late 19th to early 20th Century Japanese Imari pattern vase of ovoid form decorated with cartouche panels of flowers against a patterned ground, painted mark, height 23cm together with two Imari plates each with floral decoration (3) £50 - £80


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28 A later 20th Century Royal Worcester Fallen Fruits miniature teapot decorated by P. Platt with hand painted apples and blackberries, signed, black printed Hand Painted Fruit Study mark, height 8cm. ILLUSTRATED £100 - £150 29 An early 20th Century Royal Crown Derby Imari pattern 6629 miniature teapot, printed mark with date code for 1918, height 5cm. ILLUSTRATED £80 - £120 30 A Chinese blue and white ginger jar and cover decorated with flowers and foliage against a karakusa scroll ground, marked to the base with a leaf symbol, height 24cm £60 - £80

31 A Chinese ginger jar and cover decorated with small flower heads against a patterned scroll ground within patterned borders, unmarked, height 22cm £60 - £80

34 A Moorcroft Clematis pattern high sided footed bowl decorated to the interior and exterior with tubelined flowers against a blue ground, impressed mark, initialled in blue, diameter 20cm £50 - £80

32 A Chinese blue and white ginger jar base decorated with the Double Happiness symbol against a patterned scroll ground, unmarked, lacks cover, height 24cm £60 - £80

35 A Clarice Cliff Tresco pattern Biarritz shape dessert service comprising a square serving bowl and five matched smaller bowls all hand painted with a graduated floral motif to the shoulder, various marks. (6) £120 - £150

33 A late 19th Century Chinese blue and white charger decorated with Fo dogs amidst clouds within a patterned border edge, the reverse painted with bamboo, unmarked, diameter 28cm £80 - £120

36 A Clarice Cliff dish relief moulded with a stylised bridge over a river with flowers and foliage to the bank picked out in enamel colours, script signature, length 26cm £30 - £50 37 Two 1930s Carter, Stabler and Adams, Poole Pottery red bodied vases decorated in the CF pattern comprising a shape 979 painted by Eileen Pragnell, height 23cm and a shape 202 by Anne Hatchard, height 18cm (2) £40 - £60

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38 Two 1920s Carter Stabler and Adams, Poole Pottery Etruscan vases comprising a shape 353 vase decorated in the HI pattern hand painted by Myrtle Bond, height 10cm and a shape 922 vase decorated in the OR pattern hand painted by Marjorie Cryer, height 10cm, both with impressed and painted marks (2). ILLUSTRATED £50 - £80

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43 A Clarice Cliff Waterlily and Bridge small dish circa 1936, relief moulded with a pond with waterlilies and a bridge form handle, green script signature, width 26cm £30 - £50 44 A Clarice Cliff Anemone pattern Holborn shape fruit bowl circa 1936, hand painted with anemone flowers and foliage over a mushroom glazed ground, script signature, width 19cm £40 - £60

39 39 A 1930s Poole Pottery VT pattern shape 759 vase hand painted by Anne Hatchard, impressed and painted marks, height 26cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED £50 - £80 40 Four pieces of assorted Poole Pottery comprising a 1930s shape 240 lamp base decorated by Ruth Pavely in the LC pattern, a 1930s shape 828 vase decorated in the HH pattern by Clarice Heath, a shape 441 vase in the AP pattern by Rita Chapman and a later 20th Century vase with sponged floral decorations (4) £40 - £60 41 Four pieces of 1930s Poole Pottery comprising a shape 203 red bodied vase decorated in the NY pattern by Ruth Pavely, a shape 15 red bodied comport decorated in the VP pattern by Ruth Pavely, a shape 675 vase decorated in the EG pattern by Anne Hatchard (all with Carter Stabler Adams marks) and a shape 608 footed bowl decorated in the NS pattern by Ruth Pavely, all with impressed marks (4) £40 - £60 42 A Clarice Cliff Morning pattern Lynton shaped teapot circa 1934, hand painted with stylised flowers and foliage, lacks cover, script mark £40 - £60

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45 A 1930s Denby pottery Danesby Ware jug of ovoid form relief moulded with birds to a bough £30 - £50 46 A 19th Century blue and white transfer decorated pottery meat plate by John & Richard Riley in the Camel Pattern £40 - £60 47 A 20th Century Chinese terracotta vase of shouldered ovoid form with collar neck, relief moulded with a scrolling dragon chasing a pearl £40 - £60 48 A Sally Tuffin for Dennis China Works later 20th Century cylindrical pot and cover, the body decorated in pastel shades of blue, pink and grey, the cover finial formed as a penguin, impressed marks, painted S.T Des and Trial to the base, height 13cm £150 - £200 49 A small assorted collection of late 19th to early 20th Century Bretby Jardinières with treacle glazed finish, impressed marks £30 - £50 50 A large later 20th Century Rorstrand tea and dinner service in the Sylvia pattern with stylised flowers and foliage over a white ground £150 - £200

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51 A set of Royal Doulton Series Ware wall plates to comprise Falconer, Jester, Admiral, Hunting Man, Parson, Doctor, Squire, Bookworm and Mayor £120 - £150 52 A Doulton Lambeth Stoneware jug with relief moulded decoration and a running script band titled ‘The More the Merrier’, impressed marks £60 - £80 53 A large 1930s Grimwades Byzantium Ware bowl with stylised flowers and foliage £30 - £50 54 A large Jasper Ware Jardinière of footed circular form decorated with applied white classical figures over a jade green ground, together with a similar smaller example. (2) £60 - £80 55 A large late 19th to early 20th Century Chinese vase, the body decorated in blue and white with a hand painted mountainous landscape, unmarked, height 44cm £40 - £60 56 A large early 20th Century continental vase, possibly French, decorated in the Aesthetic style panel decorated with a Chinoiserie cartouche in silver lustre to the body and a stylised dragon amidst clouds to the neck, all to a yellow ground with moulded foot, applied numbers mark, height 42cm £60 - £80 57 A Moorcroft Pottery vase of ovoid form decorated in the Finches pattern designed by Sally Tuffin, printed mark, height 18cm £100 - £150


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58 A late 18th Century First Period Worcester shallow dish decorated in the underglaze blue and white Pine Cone pattern with a patterned scalloped rim, diameter 18cm, together with a sparrow beak jug decorated with two exotic birds against a blue fish scale ground, marks to base, height 9.5cm. (2) £60 - £80 59 Eight assorted Royal Doulton ladies comprising Julia HN2705, In Loving Arms HN4262 (marked as a second), Top of the Hill HN1834, Diane HN3604, Autumn Breezes HN1911, Christmas Morn HN1992, Christine HN2792 and Rachel HN2919 (8) £50 - £80 60 Three Royal Worcester figurines modelled by Freda Doughty comprising Sweet Anne 3630, Grandmother’s Dress 3081 and Sister 3149, all with black printed marks (3) £50 - £80 61 A set of seven Royal Worcester models of children from the Days of the Week modelled by Dorothy Doughty comprising 3519, 3534, 3521, 3260, 3261, 3262 and 3256, all with black printed marks (7). ILLUSTRATED £300 - £500

62 A Royal Worcester figure titled The Bather Surprised, model 486, after designs by Thomas Brock modelled as a female partially clad standing by a tree bough, puce mark with date code for 1925, height 28cm. ILLUSTRATED £200 - £300 63 An early 20th Century Royal Doulton Natural Foliage jardiniere decorated with autumnal leaves in tones of brown against a mottled ground, impressed marks, height 22cm £30 - £50

66 Four pieces of assorted Royal Worcester comprising a shape 1416 blush ivory shallow plate, a Flight Barr and Barr hand painted saucer, a small coaster after the 18th Century original and a small dish for the Order of the Garter with the Honi soit qui mal y pense crest together with a late 19th Century Copeland jug modelled as a seated mandarin (5) £70 - £90

64 An early 20th Century twin handled pedestal vase and cover decorated with a hand painted cartouche within a gilt and blue frame, all to a white ground with garlands and gilt detailing, the neck and foot in blue with moulded decoration and the handles formed as snarling dragons, unmarked, height 39cm £50 - £80 65 A 1930s Kunst Heubach Porzellan model of a seated pierrot, printed mark, length 39cm £40 - £60

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67 67 An early 20th Century wall plaque hand painted with a scene of two young boys peering through a shop window displaying sepia pictures, impressed Royal Worcester mark, the reverse with a typed label ‘Painted by Albert Hill, The Old Curiosity Shop (China Plaque)’ diameter 31.5cm. ILLUSTRATED £70 - £90 68 A late 19th Century charger decorated by Albert Hill with a hand painted scene of a kingfisher swooping into the water with a nest of chicks perched in a tree root, signed, unmarked, diameter 34cm. ILLUSTRATED £60 - £80 69 Four small Royal Worcester Freda Doughty figures comprising Teatime, Springtime, Hometime and Old Friends, all with black printed marks (4) £60 - £80

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70 A Ruskin Pottery crystalline glaze bowl decorated to the interior in streaked blue to orange to green, the exterior in a mottled green, impressed mark and dated 1932, diameter 17cm together with a trifooted bowl in a mottled dark blue and green (2) £50 - £80 71 A Ruskin Pottery eggshell footed saucer dish decorated in a mottled ochre and blue glaze, impressed mark, diameter 15cm together with a small yellow lustre vase (2) £40 - £60 72 Two Ruskin Pottery high sided footed bowls, the first glazed in a pale blue and pale yellow, dated 1927, the second in dark brown and blue, dated 1927 with painted glaze code 728 to the base, diameter 17.5cm (2) £50 - £80 73 Three pieces of late 19th to early 20th Century Royal Worcester Blush Ivory comprising two plates, each with floral decoration and a small ovoid vase with hand tinted sprays of flowers, all with printed puce marks (3) £50 - £80

Each lot is subject to a Buyer’s Premium of 24% inclusive of VAT @ 20%

74 A late 18th to early 19th Century Worcester teabowl and saucer each of moulded wrythen form with single blue and gilt flowers and border edges with a gilt and blue pattern trim, each with crescent marks, saucer diameter 13cm £50 - £80 75 A collection of assorted late 18th to early 19th Century tea wares to include two Caughley Fence and House pattern teabowl and saucers, a Worcester Fisherman and Cormorant teabowl, a Caughley Birds in Branches footed sugar bowl and an 18th Century teabowl and saucer (qty) £80 - £120 76 Three limited edition Kevin Francis character jugs modelled by Andy Moss comprising The Golfer no.132 of 1000, President Gorbachev no.89 of 1000 and Henley Teddy Bear no.27/250, all with printed marks (3) £50 - £80

78 77 Four boxed limited edition Kevin Francis character jugs comprising The Doctor ‘North American Edition’ no.118 of 500, Spirit of Britain W.S Churchill no.794 of 5000, The Shareholder no.289 of 1500 and Margaret Thatcher PM no.204 of 1000, all with printed marks (4) £70 - £90 78 A Royal Doulton Army Club Cigarette advertising bar top bust of a colonel in greatcoat, cap and monocle, with lit cigarette in his mouth, printed mark, height 28cm. ILLUSTRATED £50 - £80 79 A 1920s counter top advertising figure for Jacobian Glassware modelled as a lady in a red dress holding an oval tray with a miniature ale glass and water jug, printed Made in Czechoslovakia, height 32cm. ILLUSTRATED £40 - £60


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79 80 Three Royal Doulton figurines comprising ‘To Celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the Coronation of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2nd June 1983’ HN2878, ‘To Celebrate the 80th Birthday of H.M. Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother’ HN2882 and Queen Elizabeth II HN3436, numbered 465 of 1000 (3). ILLUSTRATED £50 - £80 81 Two bisque Royal Doulton figures comprising The Parisian HN2445 and The Jester HN3922 £40 - £60 82 Three Royal Doulton figurines comprising The Wizard HN2877, Past Glory HN2484 and The Captain HN2260 £50 - £80

80 84 Two boxed limited edition Royal Doulton figurines comprising Lady Diana Spencer HN2887, no. 295 and H.R.H Prince of Wales HN2884 no. 321, both from an edition of 1500 (2) £60 - £80 85 Two boxed limited edition Royal Doulton figures comprising H.R.H Prince of Wales HN2883 no.76 and H.R.H Princess of Wales HN2885 no. 660, both from an edition of 1500 (2) £60 - £80 86 Two boxed limited edition Royal Doulton figurines comprising Queen Victoria and Prince Albert HN3256 no. 34 of 2500 and Duchess of York HN3086 no. 498 of 1500 (2) £50 - £80

87 Two W.H Goss model houses comprising Reproduction model of Shakespeare’s House Pub. by W. Pearce and Model of Charles Dickens’ House Gad’s Hill, Rochester (2). ILLUSTRATED £40 - £60 88 A collection of assorted early 20th Century W.H Goss crested china to include a Cowes crested ‘Model of Old Swiss Vinegar Bottle’, a Derby crested Marmalade pot, a Newcastle-on-Tyne ‘Model of ancient earthen jar in museum Las Palmas Grand Canary’, a Dunbar pill box, ‘Model of Lobster Trap’ together with an Arcadian China Whitchurch crested Ambulance £30 - £50

83 Four Royal Doulton figurines comprising Sarah Bernhardt HN4023, Lady Charmain HN1949, Votes for Women HN2816 and Ascot HN2356 £70 - £90

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89 89 A late 18th Century Ralph Wood type Ordinary Toby jug, seated wearing a translucent blue frock coat with brown breaches holding a foaming jug of ale, height 23cm. ILLUSTRATED Provenance: Phillips Lot 81 - Sale No. K1315 £300 - £500

90 90 A 19th Century Yorkshire type Toby jug, seated wearing an ochre and black chequed frock coat with dark green breaches holding a jug and a wine glass, the handle formed as a ship’s figurehead, all to a sponged blue pedestal, painted 2G1 Black to the base, height 26cm. ILLUSTRATED £300 - £500

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91 91 A late 18th Century Ralph Wood type Ordinary Toby jug, seated wearing a translucent brown frock coat with yellow breaches holding a foaming jug of ale, height 25cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED Provenance: Phillips Lot 99 - Sale No. K1315 £300 - £500

92 92 A late 18th Century Pratt Ware type Ordinary Toby jug, seated wearing a patterned frock coat with ochre breaches holding a foaming jug of ale, height 24.5cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED Provenance: Phillips Lot 101 - Sale No. K1315 £300 - £500

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93 93 A late 18th Century Ralph Wood type Ordinary Toby jug, seated wearing an ochre frock coat with blue breaches and patterned socks, holding a foaming jug of ale and with sponge decoration to his pedestal, height 26cm, restored. ILLUSTRATED Provenance: Phillips Lot 83 - Sale K1315 £200 - £300

94 94 A 19th Century Squire Toby jug, seated on a corner chair wearing a brown frock coat, green waist coat and yellow breeches, with a Delft blue and white painted face and long hair, brown painted mark to the base, height 32cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED Provenance: Phillips Lot 97 - Sale No. K1315 £150 - £200


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95 95 A late 18th Century Ralph Wood type Ordinary Toby jug, seated wearing a translucent green frock coat with grey breaches holding a foaming jug of ale, height 26cm, restored. ILLUSTRATED Provenance: Phillips Lot 89 - Sale No. K1315 £200 - £300

97 97 A late 18th Century Ralph Wood type Ordinary Toby jug, seated wearing a blue frock coat with yellow cuffs, orange breaches and patterned socks with spot decoration to his face, he holding a foaming jug of ale and with sponge decoration to his pedestal, height 26cm, restored. ILLUSTRATED Provenance: Phillips Lot 104 - Sale K1315 £200 - £300

99 99 A late 19th Century Dutch Delft Hearty Good Fellow Toby jug, the whole decorated in blue and white tin glaze, marked ID to the base, height 29cm S/D Phillips Lot 90 - Sale No. K1315 £50 - £80 100 A 19th Century Yorkshire type Toby jug, seated wearing an green frock coat with yellow breaches holding a jug and a wine glass, the handle formed as a ship’s figurehead, all to a plain pedestal, height 24cm £80 - £120 101 A 19th Century Staffordshire Thin Man Toby jug, seated wearing a blue frock coat and green breaches holding a jug and a pipe, height 25cm, restored Phillips Lot 102 - Sale K1315 £50 - £80

96 96 A late 18th Century Ralph Wood type Ordinary Toby jug, seated wearing a mottled blue frock coat with grey breaches and a yellow waistcoat holding a foaming jug of ale and with a barrel between his feet, height 26cm, restored. ILLUSTRATED £200 - £300

98 98 A 19th Century Staffordshire ‘The Sailor Toby’ Wood type Toby jug, he dressed in an ochre jacket with blue trousers and a green waistcoat, holding a glass and jug of ale, seated on a chair with a chest beneath, height 30.5cm A/F. ILLUSTRATED £150 - £200

102 ✦ A late 19th Century Doulton Lambeth stoneware water jug commemorating General Gordon, born Jan. 28th 1833, the body with relief moulded portrait alongside written details of his life as Governor General of the Soudan 1874 and ‘Chinese Gordon’ impressed marks, height 19cm, restored together with a Doulton Lambeth jug commemorating Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee, impressed mark, height 17cm S/D (2) £40 - £60

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108 108 ✦ A 19th Century Chinese vase of inverted baluster form decorated in blue and white with figures in a garden setting beside a fence and amidst stylised trees, bears painted six character Kangxi mark, height 23cm A/F £100 - £150

109 103 ✦ An early 20th Century Royal Doulton salt glaze teapot and coffee pot, both decorated with relief applied hunting and tavern scenes in white against a two tone brown ground, impressed marks, coffee height 21cm together with a Doulton Lambeth water jug with similar decoration in brown and green, height 14cm (3) £40 - £60 104 ✦ A 1953 Royal Doulton commemorative mug designed by Milner Gray for the Courage Brewery, printed mark, height 14.5cm together with two Grimwade’s ‘Bainsfather Ware’ ‘A souvenir of the Great War’ wall plates with transfer applied scenes of soldiers in the trenches, both diameter 24.5cm (3) £40 - £60

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105 ✦ A late 19th to early 20th Century Staffordshire ‘flat-back’ depicting Tam O’Shanter & Sooted Johnny (sic), painted title, height 33cm £40 - £60 106 ✦ A post war Jema of Holland model of a bull glazed in blue and green with impressed patterned detailing in the style of Bitossi, impressed mark, length 37cm £30 - £50 107 ✦ A late 18th to early 19th Century footed bowl decorated in blue and white with a hand painted Chinoiserie landscape with pagoda, trees and rocks, the interior with a hatch border, unmarked, diameter 19cm S/D £30 - £50

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109 ✦ A late 18th to early 19th Century Worcester porcelain mask jug of baluster form relief moulded with cabbage leaves beneath a cylinder neck and applied scroll handle, the bulbous body decorated with three cartouche panels of exotic ho-ho type birds with gilt frames, all to a blue fish scale ground, the neck with hand painted garlands of flowers and gilt swags flanking a mask head spout, possibly from the workshops of James Giles, blue fret mark to the base, height 21.5cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED £300 - £500 110 Four books on Moorcroft Pottery comprising Moorcroft: The Phoenix Years, Moorcroft: Winds of Change and Moorcroft: A New Dawn, all written by Fraser Street (Hugh Edwards) and Moorcroft by Paul Atterbury (4) £40 - £60

112 111 A limited edition Kevin Francis figure of Susie Cooper modelled by Andy Moss, numbered 334 of 1000, printed mark, height 26cm £50 - £80 112 A late 19th Century Royal Worcester blanc de chine Aesthetic vase, the body decorated with a relief moulded long tailed bird perched on a flowering bough, affixed to a moulded pedestal base, green printed mark with date code circa 1882, height 39cm. ILLUSTRATED £100 - £150 113 A Royal Worcester compressed tea kettle later decorated in the round with hand painted polar bears on glaciers in the style of Harry Davis with relief moulded gilt foliate scrolls, unsigned, bears puce printed mark with date code for 1881, length 16cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED £400 - £600


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116 Six pieces of assorted early 20th Century blue and white Onion pattern comprising a Meissen teacup, saucer and side plate (marked as seconds), an unmarked jug, a jug marked M.P.M and a pounce pot and cover with spurious Meissen mark (6) £60 - £80 117 Five assorted 19th Century Staffordshire pen stands each formed as a brightly coloured bird perched on a branch, four with encrusted detailing, all unmarked, tallest 23cm, damages £60 - £80

113 114 An early 20th Century Royal Worcester blush ivory pot pourri, the body formed as a conical bowl raised to three claw feet with moulded acanthus leaves and running garlands raised to a stepped pedestal with grape vine borders, the domed cover with pierced patterns, green printed mark with date code for 1906, height 21cm £100 - £150

115 A later 20th Century Royal Worcester cabinet plate decorated by E. Townsend with hand painted Highland cattle in a mountainous landscape within a green and pink patterned border edge, signed, black printed mark, diameter 22.5cm £100 - £150

118 Two early 20th Century porcelain trinket boxes, both decorated with hand painted floral sprays against a milk white ground with moulded and gilt border edges, one with spurious Meissen mark, possibly Samson, largest 8cm x 6.5cm (2) £40 - £60

119 A small collection of assorted early to mid 20th Century smalls to include a small Dresden twin handled dish, two models of dogs and a Dresden table bell and a hand painted kettle (12) £80 - £120 120 An early 20th Century Meissen Deutsche Blumen twelve place teaset comprising teapot, sucrier, milk jug, twelve cups, twelve saucers and twelve side plates, each decorated with hand painted sprays of flowers, underglaze marks (qty). ILLUSTRATED £200 - £300 121 Three pieces of assorted early 20th Century Meissen comprising a spill vase decorated with two hand painted single pink roses, height 14cm, a high sided bowl with a garland of pink hand painted flowers, diameter 16.5cm and a Deutsche Blumen shallow plate, diameter 23.5cm £50 - £80

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122 A late 18th Century Russian Imperial Porcelain Manufactory St Petersburg lobed dish from the ‘Everyday Service’ period of Catherine the Great (1762-1796) decorated with a spray of hand painted flowers with sprigs to the border, underglaze EII blue mark and incised H by the foot rim, length 28.5cm. ILLUSTRATED £200 - £300 123 Eight assorted 19th Century Staffordshire Pratt Ware pot lids comprising Rifle Contest Wimbledon 1868, The Residence of Anne Hathaway, The Listener, The Fair Sportswoman, Pegwell Bay, established 1760, A Pair, The Shepherd Boy and Fording the Stream (8) £40 - £60

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124 Nine assorted 19th Century Staffordshire Pratt Ware pot lids comprising six larger - Strasbourg, The Blue Boy, Good Dog, Cottage Children, The Picnic and Pegwell Bay and three smaller - The Begging Dog, Lady, Boy and Goats and Little Red Riding Hood (9) £40 - £60

127 Eight assorted 19th Century Staffordshire Pratt Ware pot lids comprising Transplanting Rice, On Guard, Philadelphia Exhibition 1876, Lend a Bite, Both Alike, Dr Johnson, The Shepherd Boy and The Net-Minder (8) £40 - £60

125 Eight assorted 19th Century Staffordshire Pratt Ware pot lids comprising On Guard, Contrast, The Cavalier, Charing Cross, Pegwell Bay and Four Shrimpers, Flute Player, The Poultry Woman and Shells (52b) (8) £40 - £60

128 Ten assorted 19th Century Staffordshire Pratt Ware pot lids comprising War, A Pair, The Rivals, Contrast, Persuasion, The Poultry Woman, Tam o’Shanter and Souter Johnny, The Shrimpers, Hamlet and his Father’s Ghost and Red Bull Inn (10) £40 - £60

126 Eight assorted 19th Century Staffordshire Pratt Ware pot lids comprising Bears on Rock, The Rivals, Church of the Holy Trinity, Stratford on Avon, The Snow Drift, Peace, The Master of the Hounds, The Waterfall and one with hand painted flowers (8) £40 - £60

129 Nine assorted 19th Century Staffordshire Pratt Ware pot lids comprising The Times, Autumn, The Shrimpers, The Waterfall, Cattle and Ruins, The Irishman, Hauling in the Trawl, The Square. Strasbourg and Fording the Stream (9) £40 - £60

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130 Five assorted 19th Century framed Staffordshire Pratt Ware pot lids comprising A Pair, The Poultry Woman, The Master of the Hounds, The Sportsman and Dr Johnson together with a collection of pot lid bases, * modern wooden frames and a trefoil box and cover with Alexandra Palace 1873 A/F (qty) £40 - £60 131 Ten assorted 19th Century Staffordshire framed Pratt Ware pot lids comprising The Trooper, The Best Card, Wellington, I See You Boy, War, The Times, Lobster Sauce, Swiss Riverside Scene, Hide and Seek and Windsor Park, or Return from Stag Hunting (10) £40 - £60

132 A Nils Thorrson Alumnia Fajance BACA bottle vase of shouldered form in tonal green painted number 712/3208 height 18cm £30 - £50 133 A pair of late 19th Century Japanese Imari footed vases each decorated with cartouche panels against a patterned ground, each with painted four character mark, height 25cm £40 - £60 134 A pair of large late 19th Century Japanese Imari vases each decorated with cartouche panels against a patterned ground, each with painted symbol mark, height 38cm S/D £40 - £60


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135 A Chinese storage jar decorated in a pale celadon glaze, believed to be from the Vung Tau (shipwreck) cargo, dating to circa 1690, unmarked, height 20cm. ILLUSTRATED £50 - £80 136 A 1920s Royal Crown Derby teaset decorated in the Imari 2451 pattern comprising teapot, twelve teacups, twelve saucers, six side plates and a milk jug, all with printed marks and date codes circa 1926 (qty) £150 - £200 137 A Basil Matthews model of a poodle standing on her hind legs with a bow in her hair and detailed with spaghetti encrusted hair, signed and named Michelle to the base, height 16.5cm £30 - £50

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138 A collection of assorted Royal Crown Derby comprising a large wavy edge comport, three saucers, three cups of varying shape, a small pedestal vase, a table salt and a small sauce boat, all with printed marks together with a Minton Imari coffee cup and saucer and a three handled utensils (qty) £60 - £80 139 A late 19th to early 20th Century Chinese Famille Rose footed diamond shaped dish decorated with cartouche panels with alternate figures and sprays of flowers, all against a patterned ground, unmarked. length 36cm. ILLUSTRATED £100 - £150

140 An early 20th Century floral encrusted pedestal fruit basket with figures stood around the central pedestal offering lemons and flowers, the basket with encrusted flowers and hand painted sprays, bears printed TX mark, height 33cm S/D £50 - £80 141 A small collection of 19th Century Imari dinner wares comprising six 23.5cm diameter plates, a small tureen and cover and eight serving dishes all decorated with stylised flowers and foliage with gilt detailing to the moulded edges, unmarked (qty) £100 - £150

142 An early 20th Century tea for two cabaret set comprising teapot, milk jug, sugar bowl and two cups and saucers all to a circular tray, each piece decorated with hand painted pink flowers against a milk white ground with gilt banding, all unmarked besides painters marks, tray diameter 40cm £50 - £80 143 A pair of early 20th Century Royal Doulton stoneware vases each decorated with tubelined flowers and foliage against a mottled blue ground, impressed marks, height 35.5cm £60 - £80

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144 A large early 20th Century Royal Doulton vase of high shouldered form panel decorated with tubelined flowers framed with tree branches against a mottled green and blue ground, impressed marks, height 35cm, S/D £50 - £80 145 A later 20th Century Crown Devon hand painted wall mask ‘Dorothy Ann’, printed mark, length 28cm £30 - £50 146 Two Royal Doulton figures comprising To Bed HN1805 and Fat Boy from the Oliver Twist series (2) £40 - £60 147 A 1930s Shelley Harmony vase of swollen form glazed in orange and mustard with brown streaking, printed mark, height 18cm £40 - £60 148 Four pieces of assorted 1930s Art Deco comprising a Carlton Ware high sided bowl decorated in the Chevron pattern, printed mark, diameter 25cm together with two Grays Pottery Paris water jugs and a Carlton Ware toast rack (4) £50 - £80 149 Two late 18th Century Caughley blue and white footed bowls each decorated in the underglaze Sliced Apple and Apple and Damsons pattern, the larger with S mark to the base, diameters 11cm and 15cm (2) £40 - £60

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150 Three late 18th Century Caughley teabowls and saucers decorated in the blue and white Apple and Damson pattern together with a matching single teabowl, most with S mark to the bases (7) £50 - £80 151 A late 18th Century Caughley ‘Chelsea Ewer Creamboat’ decorated in the Apple and Damson pattern, length 11cm together with an 18th Century blue and white cache pot with floral sprays (2) £60 - £80 152 A large collection of assorted 1930s and later Carlton Ware embossed wares all in green with floral moulded handles and detailing to include teapots, teacups and saucers, a butter dish, egg cups and serving dishes, all with printed marks (qty) £60 - £80

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153 A late 18th to early 19th Century creamware Frederick Duke of York commemorative mug of cylindrical form with a strap handle, the body printed in blue with a scene entitled ‘His Royal Highness FREDERICK DUKE of YORK’, he sat on his horse with a battle scene in the background, the interior with a floral and geometric band, painted X to the base, height 12cm A/F. ILLUSTRATED £80 - £120 154 A 19th Century Japanese footed bowl decorated with a stylised blue dragon against a white ground, the exterior with stylised clouds, painted character mark to the base, diameter 11.5cm A/F together with a 19th Century teabowl with a floral moulded border (2) £50 - £80

155 A Ruskin Pottery vase of globe and shaft form decorated in a dark blue mottled glaze, impressed mark, height 16.5cm £70 - £90 156 An early 20th Century Jugenstijl cream jug glazed in green with an applied four piece motif, impressed marks, height 13cm attributed to Christiaan Johannes van der Hoef of Bergen op Zoom (De Kat) Pottery S/D £30 - £50


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166 A large 20th Century clear crystal glass sculpture possibly Czech, of drawn ovoid form, with two opposing compressed apertures above a central aperture to the base, unmarked, height 23cm £40 - £60 167 A post war glass pedestal bowl in the manner of Ronald Stennett Willson, the spread foot rising to a plain stem and wide angular bowl with central well in a smoky blue finish, unmarked, height 16cm £30 - £50

162 157 A group of later 20th Century Scandinavian glass comprising Aseda, Alsterfors and Riihimaki examples, each of varying sleeve forms and colours, tallest 29cm. (6) £40 - £60 158 A group of five later 20th Century Scandinavian glass vases comprising Riihimaki and Aseda examples, each of varying sleeve form, tallest 28cm. (5) £40 - £60 159 A group of five later 20th Century Riihimaki glass vases comprising examples designed by Aimo Okkolin and Tamara Aladin, each of varying sleeve form to include Piippu and Stromboli examples, tallest 25cm. (5) £40 - £60

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160 A group of six later 20th Century Scandinavian glass vases comprising Riihimaki examples, of varying sleeve forms, tallest 25cm. (6) £40 - £60

163 A 20th Century V Nason Italian Murano glass figure of a stylised owl, the body in cinnamon brown with applied clear crystal features, original label, height 19cm £30 - £50

161 A post war Stuart Crystal glass vase of sleeve form with a central band of angled mitre cuts, acid marked, height 25cm £40 - £60

164 A pair of contemporary Kosta Boda glass Mine tumblers designed by Ulrica Hydman Vallien, tapering form decorated with orange streaks, original label and moulded mark, height 11cm. (2) £30 - £50

162 A post war Kosta glass paperweight designed by Goran Warff of inverted globe and shaft form, with internal random air bubble decoration surrounded by pulled loops in blue and green all cased in clear crystal, engraved signature, height 13.5cm. ILLUSTRATED £50 - £80

165 A 20th Century glass cocktail set comprising a carafe of drawn ovoid form, height 25cm, together with six tumblers with textured bases all in a smoky pewter finish, height 8.5cm. (7) £50 - £80

168 A post war clear crystal glass vase by Irene Stevens for Webb Corbett, of footed conical form with repeat mitre cuts over wrythen columns cuts, original label, acid mark, height 13.5cm £50 - £80 169 A late 19th Century Amberina glass vase of tapering form to a gourd neck and crimped rim above three applied swept feet decorated with enamelled and gilt trailing flowers over the spot moulded ground in a graduated ruby to citron, height 23cm. ILLUSTRATED £40 - £60 170 A large early 20th Century Stuart & Sons glass vase of swollen sleeve form, decorated with applied blue trails with green centres to the clear crystal ground 30cm. ILLUSTRATED £120 - £150

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180 A post war Barovier & Toso glass bowl of squat form pinched sides and stylised spout, decorated with applied clear crystal and aventurine prunts over the red and aventurine ground cased in clear crystal, unmarked, length 20cm £60 - £80 181 A contemporary studio glass bowl of shallow form, decorated with blue and green streaking cased in clear crystal, indistinct signature, diameter 34cm £40 - £60

173 171 An early 20th Century Stuart & Sons glass vase of footed sleeve form with trefoil rim decorated with applied cinnamon trails over the amber ground, height 22.5cm, together with another of footed swollen form with wide flat rim in the conforming pattern, height 15.5cm. (2) £80 - £120 172 A group of three late 19th to early 20th Century Stuart & Sons glass vases, each decorated with applied looped prunts in deep green, tallest 13.5cm. (3) £100 - £120 173 A large early 20th Century Stuart & Sons glass vase of swollen sleeve form with wide rim, decorated with applied trails to the body all to a deep green ground, height 30.5cm. ILLUSTRATED £150 - £200

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178 174 A large early 20th Century Stuart & Sons glass vase of footed swollen form with applied trails to the deep green ground, height 31cm £100 - £150 175 An early 20th Century Stuart & Sons clear crystal glass bowl of squat ovoid form with wave rim, decorated with wrythen moulding, diameter 15cm, together with a similar footed example in pale green, height 13.5cm. (2) £30 - £50 176 A large late 19th to early 20th Century Stuart & Sons glass vase of footed angular form with fluted moulding to the deep green ground, height 15m, together with a similar example of footed conical form with wrythen moulding, height 19.5cm. (2) £40 - £60

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183 177 A late 19th to early 20th Century Stuart & Sons glass vase of footed ovoid form with flared neck and fluted moulding all to a deep green ground, height 20cm, together with a similar smaller example, height 16cm. (2) £40 - £60 178 A 1930s Stuart & Sons glass cocktail shaker of tapered form with chromed fittings, decorated with yellow, red and black spots in enamel over the clear crystal ground, acid marked, height 22.5cm. ILLUSTRATED £50 - £80 179 A 20th Century Barovier & Toso glass bowl of footed flared form, decorated with fine opal spiral threads within the clear crystal ground, original label, engraved signature, diameter 23cm £60 - £80

182 A contemporary Heron Studio glass vase of footed flared form, decorated with amethyst columns and ochre whiplash trails on a white ground all in an iridescent finish, acid marked, height 15cm £50 - £80 183 A contemporary Bob Crooks studio glass vase of globular form, decorated with a band of red whiplash trailing over a blue ground and opal interior, engraved signature, height 16.5cm. ILLUSTRATED £60 - £80 184 An early 20th Century Loetz glass jug in the Neptune pattern of globe and shaft form with an applied clear handle, the body decorated with moulded stylised seaweed to a green iridescent ground, height 15.5cm, together with a Kralik vase of angular squat form with moulded wave decoration in a red iridescent finish, height 7cm £40 - £60


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185 A large 20th Century American clear crystal glass vase in the manner of Hawkes, of sleeve form with flared rim decorated with brilliant cut panels with central star motifs, unmarked, height 35cm £50 - £80 186 A 20th Century Bohemian clear crystal glass decanter of tapered form with a faceted stopper, engraved with a huntsman amongst woodland below slice and notch cutting to the neck, unmarked, height 35cm £40 - £60 187 A 1930s Stourbridge clear crystal glass vase of footed flared form, decorated with a central band of printie cuts between spiral spiral mitre cuts, unmarked, height 22.5cm £40 - £60 188 A 1940s Stevens & Williams Rainbow glass bowl of shallow form with flat rim, decorated with alternate blue and green swirl within the optic moulded ground, diameter 27.5cm £30 - £50 189 A large early 20th Century clear crystal glass jug, the body of low shouldered form with raised central well and applied handle below a white metal collar and globular stopper all decorated with wrythen moulding, height 44cm £80 - £120

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190 A 20th Cenutry Val St Lambert glass atomiser scent bottle of ovoid form cased in green over clear crystal decorated with heavy mitre and slice cutting, engraved signature, height 16cm, together with a 1930s Czech glass scent bottle in the manner of Heinrich Hoffmann, the faceted body below a lozenge form stopper with central floral decoration, height 17cm. (2) £80 - £120 191 A set of six Thomas Webb & sons clear crystal glass custard cups each with a circular spread foot and inverted baluster stem below a tapered bowl with applied handle, acid etched stylised flowers on attenuated stems, one acid marked, height 9cm. (6) £60 - £80 192 A set of eight 19th Century Uranium green wine glasses, each circular spread foot and faceted stem below an ovoid form bowl, unmarked, height 11.5cm. (8) £60 - £80

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193 A late 19th Century clear crystal claret jug of compressed ovoid form with applied handle and hollow blown stopper, engraved with flowering blossom boughs, height 16.5cm £80 - £120 194 A late 19th Century clear crystal glass water jug of tapered form with applied handle, engraved with blackberries amongst brambles, unmarked, height 20cm £50 - £80 195 A late 19th Century clear crystal glass water jug of footed tapered form with applied handle, engraved with branching foliage, unmarked, height 24.5cm £40 - £60 196 A pair of 1920s Webb Corbett Agate Flambe glass vase of baluster form, decorated with ochre veining within the amethyst ground cased in clear crystal, height 17cm. (2). ILLUSTRATED £80 - £120

197 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb & Sons Queens Burmese glass vase of footed ovoid form below a hexagonal rim in graduated yellow to pink, height 10cm, together with a similar example of tapered form below a flared and crimped rim decorated with a floral motif in coloured enamelling, height 10..5cm. (2) £60 - £80 198 A 1930s glass bowl in the manner of John Walsh Walsh, of circular fluted form with fissured iridescence to the pale blue ground, diameter 33cm. ILLUSTRATED £40 - £60 199 An early 20th Century Stourbridge clear crystal glass decanter possibly Stevens & Williams, of footed globe and shaft form decorated with intaglio cut scrolling above rock crystal tears all below a hollow blown stopper in the conforming pattern, unmarked, height 32cm £100 - £150

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200 200 A 20th Century glass vase in the manner of Loetz, of stepped flared form decorated with pulled green trailing to the pale opal ground, unmarked, height 21cm. ILLUSTRATED £60 - £80

202 202 A late 19th Century Stevens & Williams Osiris glass vase of footed ovoid form below a flared and crimped rim, decorated with twisted amethyst pulled threading over a pale peach ground and pale blue interior, acid marked PATENT, height 10cm. ILLUSTRATED £250 - £350

204 204 A large 1930s Belgian glass vase designed by Paul Bernard, of drawn ovoid form, acid cut with scrolling decoration all to the cinnamon ground, height 34cm. ILLUSTRATED £60 - £80

203 203 A 1940s Stevens & Williams glass tumbler vase with twisted green, blue and pink bands within the wrythen moulded clear crystal body, height 20cm. ILLUSTRATED £50 - £80 201 201 An early 20th Century Harrach cameo glass vase of shouldered form below a flared neck cased in blue over pale pink and cut with trailing flowers, cameo signature to body, height 26cm. ILLUSTRATED £120 - £150

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205 205 A 1930s Elizabeth Graydon Stannus Graystan glass vase, of sleeve form below a flared neck, decorated with graduated opal to pink mottling cased within clear crystal, engraved signature, height 17.5cm. ILLUSTRATED £60 - £80


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206 206 A large later 20th Century Osiris Studio glass vase by Iestyn Davies of compressed sleeve form, cased in green over deep amethyst and acid cut with a window revealing bamboo shoots, dated 1986, height 29.5cm. ILLUSTRATED £200 - £300

207 207 A large later 20th Century Osiris Studio glass vase by Iestyn Davies of compressed sleeve form, cased in mottled lilac with gold aventurine highlights over deep amethyst and acid cut with a window revealing a bare tree branch, dated 1988, height 28.5cm. ILLUSTRATED £200 - £300

208 208 A large later 20th Century Osiris Studio glass vase by Iestyn Davies of twin cylinder form, cased in mottled opal with gold aventurine highlights over deep amethyst and acid cut with two windows revealing bamboo shoots, dated 1987, height 27cm. ILLUSTRATED £200 - £300

209 209 A later 20th Century Osiris Studio glass vase by Iestyn Davies of compressed sleeve form, cased in mottled pink with gold aventurine highlights over pink and acid cut with a window revealing a pair of flamingos, dated 1988, height 27cm. ILLUSTRATED £150 - £200

210 210 A 19th Century clear crystal glass Sulphide bowl possibly by Baccarat or Apsley Pellatt, of squat form with a sulphide portrait of the Duke of Wellington with another portrait to the opposing side between heavy mitre cutting, diameter 9.5cm. ILLUSTRATED £150 - £200

211 211 A 1930s Stevens & Williams clear crystal glass decanter designed by Keith Murray, of tapering form with repeat horizontal mitre cutting rising to a flat notch cut stopper, acid marked, height 33.5cm. S/D. ILLUSTRATED £120 - £150 212 An early 20th Century glass vase in the manner of Kralik of footed baluster form with an applied cherry bough to the opalescent ground, height 16cm £40 - £60

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213 A 1930s Monart Shape OJ glass vase of footed globe form with flared neck, decorated with purple and green mottling over a mottled and fissured blue cased in clear crystal, height 18cm. ILLUSTRATED £100 - £150 214 A 1930s Monart Shape JJ glass vase of tapered form, decorated with bronze aventurine over a graduated mottled pink ground cased in clear crystal, partial original label, height 23cm. ILLUSTRATED £80 - £120 215 A late 19th to early 20th Century Stevens & Williams Rockingham glass vase of fluted ovoid form with flared neck and applied citron scroll handles, decorated profusely with aventurine over a deep rust coloured ground cased in clear crystal, unmarked, height 11.5cm £120 - £150

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216 An early 20th Century WMF Myra Crystal glass vase of footed globe form with wide flared neck, decorated with a gold petrol iridescence, unmarked, height 8cm. ILLUSTRATED £40 - £60 217 A late 19th Century Continental glass vase of footed shouldered form, decorated with flowers and fan motives in relief coloured enamelling over a deep amethyst black ground, unmarked, height 19.5cm £50 - £80

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219 A 1930s Robj glass night light shade of shallow dished form, decorated with deep mottled red within an orange ground, signed, diameter 15.5cm £50 - £80 220 A 1930s pressed glass vase possibly by Baccarat, the domed foot below a flared body formed as a butterfly with flowers in moulded relief in an opalescent finish, height 11cm £40 - £60

218 A group of early 20th Century Kralik glass comprising a globe form vase with moulded decoration, a vase of tapered form with fluted moulding, an example of slender form with applied white metal collar and similar example, together with a globular vase with Agate Flambe style decoration, 15.5cm. (5). ILLUSTRATED £80 - £120 221 (part)

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221 A late 19th Century Harrach glass vase of globe and shaft form decorated with flowering boughs and dragon flies over a graduated blue ground and opal interior, height 20.5cm, together with a similar style vase with gold aventurine over a graduated caramel ground and opal interior, height 23cm. (2). ILLUSTRATED £60 - £80 222 A 19th Century glass flagon decanter of compressed globe and shaft form with applied loop handle in deep amber, height 19cm, together with a Jack in the Pulpit posy vase with a wrythen column in a graduated green opalescence, height 25cm. (2) £40 - £60 223 A 20th Century Daum crystal glass bowl of cinquefoil form, engraved signature, diameter 24, together with a Riedel crystal glass vase of ovoid form with vertical mitre cuts, acid mark, height 20cm. (2) £40 - £60


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233 A later 20th Century Okra studio cameo glass vase by Richard Golding and Sarah Cowan, of waisted form cased in green and opal over the red ground cut with poppy heads amongst leaves and detailed with enamelling, numbered 16 of 50, engraved signature, height 23cm. ILLUSTRATED

224 A group of 20th Century Scandinavian glass comprising a Stromberg faceted vase, a Hovmantorp sleeve form vase, an Orrefors glass lobed dish and ovoid vase cased in clear crystal over amber, tallest 18cm. (4) £40 - £60 225 A post war Nason Italian Murano glass vase of compressed ovoid form with split pulled neck cased green over red, height 25cm, together with a similar Sommerso cased example of shouldered form in, height 18cm, and a Simon Moore candlestick of drawn waisted form in a satin amber finish below a clear crystal sconce, height 38cm. (3) £50 - £80 226 A post war Holmegaard glass vase designed by Per Lutken of tapered form in smoky pewter, height 26cm, together with a Kastrup glass jug designed by Jacob Bang of conical form with an applied wicker handle, height 31cm, and a similar style vase of footed conical form, height 11.5cm. (3) £50 - £80 227 A 20th Century Art Vannes clear crystal glass vase with relief moulded decoration, height 19, together with a Dartington FT58 Greek Key vase, height 24cm, and a Pukeberg glass dish designed by Uno Westerberg of square form with relief moulded figural decoration, diameter 21cm. (3) £40 - £60

N.B. A comparable example is shown on Plate 154 of 20th Century British Glass by Charles R. Hadjamach £150 - £200

232 228 A group of 20th Century glass comprising a Wedgwood vase designed by Ronald Stennett Willson of angular form in deep blue, similar Whitefriars optic moulded example, a Wedgwood style vase of knopped sleeve form and a Thomas Webb & Sons squat vase with air bubble decoration, height 10.5cm. (4) £50 - £80 229 A post war Scandinavian glass bowl of triangular cased in clear crystal over amethyst, diameter 30cm, together with a Royal Copenhagen clear crystal glass Provence bowl designed Per Lutken, boxed, diameter 19cm, and a pedestal bowl in the manner of Ronald Stennett Willson, height 15.5cm. (3) £50 - £80

233 230 A post war glass suncatcher in the manner of Holmegaard, of circular form with a central moulded quaver musical note in deep cinnamon brown, diameter 31cm £40 - £60 231 A post war glass paperweight attributed to Peter Wheeler of Whitefriars, internally decorated with amber trailing and spotting surrounded by a pale lilac and yellow core, all cased in clear crystal faceted dome, diameter 7.5m £50 - £80 232 A later 20th Century Okra studio cameo glass vase by Richard Golding and Sarah Cowan, of shouldered form rising to an everted neck the graduated cinnamon to opal satin ground cased and cut with flowering irises detailed in enamelling, acid marked and engraved signature, height 22cm. ILLUSTRATED £150 - £200

234 A large later 20th Century Okra limited edition Green Charlotte glass vase by Richard Golding, of waisted form below a flared neck decorated with iridescent trails and stylised flowers of the mottled green ground and opal interior, numbered 54/1000, engraved signature, height 26cm £80 - £120 235 Sarah Cowan - Okra - A later 20th Century Okra studio glass ginger jar and cover by Sarah Cowan, cased in mottled red over amethyst and cut with four Chinese characters, dated 19/06/99, engraved signature, height 11cm £50 - £80 236 An Okra studio glass paperweight by Richard Golding, of compressed circular form with a moulded twin handled vase in relief, all finished in a pale blue oil spot iridescence, dated 2001, engraved signature, diameter 11cm £40 - £60

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237 A later 20th Century Okra studio glass vase by Dave Barras and Richard Golding, of squat shouldered form rising to a flared neck decorated with stylised flowers amongst pale blue trails over the deep amethyst ground all in an iridescent finish, engraved signature, height 14cm, together with a limited edition paperweight of globular form with a polished window revealing a central column of opal spiral tapes surrounding an air bubble above the aventurine ground, numbered 24/250,engraved signature, height 8.5cm. (2) £60 - £80 238 A contemporary slump work glass charger decorated with radial geometric patterns between animals surrounding a central stylised figure playing the flute, unmarked, diameter 29cm £30 - £50 239 A 1930s shouldered glass vase in the manner of Leerdam, internally decorated with blue veining cased in clear crystal with a satin finish, unmarked, height 20cm £40 - £60 240 A group of 18th Century drinking glasses comprising an example with bell form bowl above a multi series air twist stem raised on a domed foot, 17cm, a Flammiform dram glass with wrythen fluted bowl above a conical foot, height 8.5cm and an example with a round funnel bowl above a double series opaque twist stem with a pair of threads outside a spiral cable surrounding a central lead core raised on a conical foot, height 14cm. (3). ILLUSTRATED £200 - £300

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240 241 A group of 18th Century and later glassware comprising a wine bottle of mallet form with a kick up pontil with an applied James Oakes Bury 1777 seal, height 28cm, a group of three German spirit flasks of canted sleeve from enamelled with verses surrounded by flowers and birds, height 18cm, a pair of emerald green candlesticks with applied raspberry prunts, height 8.5cm and a Bristol blue eye bath, height 8cm. (7) £120 - £150 242 A group of early 19th Century glass comprising a Rummer circa 1820, ovoid bowl engraved with ‘May the good ship Cambridge and her companions reach the desired port in safety.’ with an engraved monogram surrounded by floral decoration opposing, above a bladed knopped stem and spread foot, height 22cm, a rinser with basal slice cutting below a strawberry diamond cut band rising to a single spout, height 11cm, together with a pair of plain form example with lemon squeezer bases, height 9.5cm. (4) £150 - £200

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249 243 A group of 18th Century glass comprising a set of five Rummers each with a double ogee bowl above a knopped stem raised on a spread foot, height 11.5cm, a jelly glass with a hexagonal form bowl and three similar moulded pan top bowl examples, height 11cm. (9) £150 - £200 244 A group of 18th Century and later glass comprising nine assorted Rummers comprising plain, slice cut and engraved examples with spread, lemon squeezer and terraced feet, tallest 16.5cm, together with decanter of tapered form with basal column cutting and flat cut stopper, height 25cm, and a similar Prussian form decanter lacking stopper, height 19cm. (11) £100 - £150

245 A group of early 19th Century glass Rummers comprising an example with plain cup form bowl above a ball knopped stem and circular spread foot, height 14.5cm, together with a similar smaller example, height 11.5cm, and a pair of with bucket form bowls each engraved with a monogram within hops and barley, raised to a capstan stem and a circular spread foot, height 14cm. (4) £60 - £80 246 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1765, ogee bowl with vertical basal moulding above a double series opaque twist stem with four ply spiral outside a pair of spiral tapes, raised to a conical foot, height 15cm together with a A large drinking glass circa 1750, bell form bowl above a plain stem, raised to a conical foot, height 20cm. (2) £100 - £150


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247 A group of studio glass comprising an Allister Malcolm vase of shouldered form below a flat rim decorated with opal bands within the amethyst body, height 17cm, a sleeve form vase cased in clear over blue, height 14cm, a glass paperweight decorated with coloured streaks cased in clear crystal, indistinct signature, diameter 12cm and a large cylinder form weight with a fine network of hooped decoration, unmarked, height 19cm. (4) £50 - £80

252 A later 20th Century clear Czechoslovakian clear crystal glass vase of shouldered ovoid form with a slice cut body, acid marked to the base £40 - £60

259 A large 1930s Rene Lalique bowl of circular form decorated in the Poissons pattern with spiralled fish in a graduated opalescence, engraved signature £300 - £400

253 A small Galle cameo glass vase of shouldered ovoid form with a collar neck, cased in ruby over a pale citron and cut with a fruiting berry bough, cameo Galle star mark to the body £200 - £300

260 A 1930s French pressed glass platter in the manner of Etling, relief moulded with a graduated spot design with opalescence, unmarked £40 - £60

248 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1740, trumpet bowl above a teared plain stem raised on a conical folded foot, height 16cm. S/D £40 - £60

254 A near pair of Baccarat crystal glass models of carp with frosted finish, both with acid marks. (2) £100 - £150

249 A pair of 19th Century Apsley Pellatt wine glasses, the high sided bowls engraved with floral bunches between printie swags raised on an inverted baluster teared stem and a slight domed foot, unmarked, one S/D, height 19.5cm. ILLUSTRATED N.B. For a similar example see Plate 250 in British Glass 18001914 by Charles R. Hajdamach £60 - £80 250 A later 20th Century Lalique frosted glass figure of an embracing couple raised to a square base and black glass pedestal, signed to the base, S/D £100 - £150 251 A later 20th Century Baccarat crystal glass model of a horses head, signed to the base £60 - £80

255 A matched pair of Baccarat crystal glass figures of ducklings with frosted finish, acid mark. (2) £80 - £120 256 An early 20th Century Continental glass vase by Kralik of ovoid form with collar neck, decorated with whiplash lines over a green iridescent ground £30 - £50 257 A large early 20th Century Fenton Burmese glass jug of baluster form with a collar and frill neck decorated with a graduated pink to pale yellow tint, unmarked £30 - £50 258 A large early 20th Century light shade of cylindrical form, relief moulded with stylised iris picked out in straw opal over a graduated opal to cranberry tint, unmarked £150 - £200

261 A small collection of Italian Murano glass figures of stylised birds £80 - £120 262 A small assorted collection of modern Caithness paperweights with various decorative interior designs £40 - £60

266 A late 19th to early 20th Century glass tumbler in the manner of James Powell & Sons of footed cylinder form with dimple and swag moulding all in a straw opalescent finish, height 10cm £30 - £50 267 An 18th Century Drinking glass circa 1760, funnel bowl above a double series mixed twist stem with four air spiral threads outsides a pair so spiral tapes, raised on a conical foot, height 15.5cm £100 - £150 268 An 18th Century drinking glass circa 1765, funnel bowl above a double series opaque twist stem with 14 ply spiral band outside a central lace twist, raised on a conical foot, height 15cm £100 - £150

263 A 1930s Rene Lalique Dahlia pattern powder box and cover of circular form, the lid relief moulded in the form of a flower with enamel decoration to the blue stained ground, slight damage £150 - £200 264 A group of five late 18th Century table glasses comprising a jelly glass with bell form bowl above a beaded knop and domed foot, a drinking glass with teared plain form stem, an ale glass with engraved hops and barley and two wrythen moulded ale glasses, tallest 13.5cm. (5) £80 - £120 265 A large late 19th Century clear crystal glass jug of squat form with an applied handle, engraved with a border of fruiting vines above a notch cut base, height 17.5cm £40 - £60

269 269 A late 19th to early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh Opaline Brocade vase of high shouldered form with quatrelobed rim, relief moulded with a scrolling foliate pattern picked out in straw opalescence over the pale citron ground, unmarked, height 28.5cm. ILLUSTRATED £80 - £120

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270 ✦ A group of six late 19th to early 20th Century glass rummers in Georgian taste each with a square foot rising to a capstan and stem large funnel bowl with basal slice cutting, decorated with a border of engraved hops and barley, height 14.5cm, together with a large tankard with loop handle and central annulated rim, tankard S/D, height 18cm. (7) £60 - £80 271 A large 1930s Stevens & Williams glass Rainbow vase of swollen fluted sleeve form decorated with alternate green and pink spiral bands cased in clear crystal, unmarked, height 28cm £40 - £60 272 A 1930s Czech atomiser scent bottle in the manner of Karel Palda of angular form with blue and silver enamelled geometric patterns on the clear crystal ground below white metal fitting, height 8cm £30 - £50 273 A large 19th Century glass candlesticks in the Georgian taste with a flat cut petal edged dome base rising to a facet cut stem and facet cut sconce in pale green, height 30cm £40 - £60 274 A group of late 18th Century Milch glass comprising a footed tankard of waisted form with an applied handle and gilt floral decoration surrounding the centre reading ‘Forget me not’, height 11cm, a sweetmeat with a large cup form bowl on a plain stem and a domed and folded foot, and a three finger bowls. (5) £100 - £150 275 An 18th Century champagne glass circa 1755, panel moulded cup form bowl above an eight sided pedestal stem between collars, raised on a domed foot with matched moulding, height 17cm £100 - £150

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276 A 19th Century clear crystal glass claret jug of baluster form with a scalloped neck and applied hollow blown loop handle, acid etched and engraved with flowering boughs, raised n a shallow capstan stem and circular spread foot, height 30cm. S/D £60 - £80 277 A late 19th to early 20th Century Bohemian glass spa beaker, the faceted foot rising to a flared bowl flashed in amber over the clear crystal ground with cut printie panels each engraved with a titled spa, height 11cm £50 - £80 278 A late 19th Century Bohemian glass scent bottle of footed globe and shaft form, enamelled with flowers over a repeat trellis pattern, height 19.5cm £30 - £50 279 A 1920s Steinschonau glass powder bowl and cover designed by Adolf Beckert, with a central black silhouette enamelled scene of a man playing the pipe between children dancing surrounded by mitre cut borders on a radial start cut base, diameter 11cm £30 - £50 280 A pair of early 20th Century Bohemian glass vases with a swept foot rising to a sleeve form bowl and flared rim cased in deep blue over clear over the internal cranberry, decorated with repeat slice cut columns and cartouche panels with cut stylised flowers, unmarked, height 26.5cm. (2) £300 - £500 281 A large 19th Century European glass claret jug of faceted globe and shaft form besides an applied loop handle rising to a faceted spire form stopper, decorated with alternate ruby flashed panels engraved with flowers and foliage, height 42cm £300 - £500

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282 A 19th late Century commemorative goblet, the spread foot below a facet stem flared bowl engraved with a tribute to the birthday of John Brearley and the death of his wife Mary opposing, height 18cm, together with a rummer with a flared bowl on a plain form stem engraved with fruiting vine decoration, height 14cm. (2) £60 - £80 283 A late 19th Century clear crystal glass goblet, the spread foot below a hollow blown waisted facet stem and funnel bowl engraved with masonic emblems and a title reading ‘Bro W Forkington 1059’ opposing, height 18.5cm, and a similar form glass named and dated to Betsy Austin 1877 surrounded with engraved floral decoration, height 16.5cm. (2) £60 - £80 284 A 19th Century Stourbridge clear crystal wine glass in the manner of Richardsons with a rope twist stem below a round funnel bowl engraved with ferns, height 18cm, together with a similar style example with a plain form stem and round funnel bowl acid etched with butterflies amongst foliage, height 16cm, and a footed water jug with applied pierced handle and cranberry glass beads, height 27cm. (3) £80 - £120 285 A group of four 19th Century and later clear crystal glass tumblers comprising a plain form example acid etched in the Aesthetic taste, a similar footed example acid etched with a repeat floral design, a plain tumbler engraved with flowers and foliage and Thomas Webb & Son decorated with a peacock, tallest 11.5cm. (4) £50 - £80 286 A group of six assorted 19th Century and later champagne glasses each with acid etched or engraved decoration comprising birds amongst branches, stars, Greek key and floral example, tallest 12cm £60 - £80


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296 A post war Thomas Webb & Sons glass vase designed by Stan Eveson, the spread foot rising to a conical column moulded body in graduated clear to amethyst, height 21cm £40 - £60

287 A group of five late 19th to early 20th Century champagne glasses comprising printie, slice and diamond cut examples, tallest 12.5cm. (5) £40 - £60 288 A 19th Century cranberry glass pedestal jug with an applied clear crystal and cranberry handle decorated with gilt trim and a band of Greek key decoration to the body and foot rim, unmarked, height 34.5cm £150 - £200 289 A pair of 19th Century ale glasses with a spread foot below a plain form stem with a central and upper bladed knop rising to a drawn trumpet bowl, height 19cm, together with a similar period stirrup cup of conical with slice cutting to the bases above a lapidary cut finial, height 18.5cm. (3) £60 - £80 290 An early 20th Century Thomas Webb & Sons clear crystal glass table lamp in the rock crystal style, of waisted conical form decorated with moulded and cut fan motifs between planished effect cutting, acid marked, height 34cm £100 - £150 291 A later 20th Century Tudor Crystal vase of swollen sleeve form cut and engraved by Jack Lloyd in the Ribbon & Rose pattern between repeat borders, engraved signature to the body, height 20.5cm £80 - £120 292 A post war Thomas Webb & Sons clear crystal glass vase for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth of footed sleeve form with a central crown and date surrounded cut and engraved flowers and foliage, acid marked, height 25cm, together with a similar roll rim bowl engraved with monogram and date with coat of arms opposing, diameter 27cm. (2) £50 - £80

297 An early 20th Century Anglo-American Oil Essolube glass bottle of moulded sleeve form with lettering in relief, height 38cm £30 - £50 298 A 20th Century Italian Murano glass bowl in the manner of Salviati, of footed flared for with a wave edge rim decorated with alternate Zanfirico and magenta columns to the clear crystal ground, diameter 15.5cm £30 - £50 293 293 A 1930s Thomas Webb & Son clear crystal glass vase engraved by H.J. Boam, the circular spread foot rising to a compressed sleeve form body and concave polished rim decorated with an engraved central panel depicting a lion atop a rock with a landscape opposing between mitre and printie cut panels, engraved signature and acid mark, height 29cm. ILLUSTRATED £200 - £300 294 A 20th Century Tudor Crystal glass plate cut and engraved by Jack Lloyd in the Ribbon & Rose pattern , engraved signature to the body, diameter 20cm, together with a similar style earlier example with a border of floral swags surrounding a central floral motif, diameter 25cm. (2) £50 - £80 295 A post war Webb Corbett clear crystal glass jug designed by Irene Stevens, of conical form cut with stiff leaf decoration over wavy band cuts, acid mark, height 28cm, together with a similar style Thomas Webb & Sons tankard of footed sleeve form with applied handle engraved with a repeat diamond motif, acid mark, height 19.5cm. (2) £40 - £60

299 A 20th Century Venini glass bowl of footed flared form in alabaster blue, acid marked, diameter 19cm, together with a similar style bowl of high sided form with a kick up pontil decorated with an abstract green trail and yellow spotting to the clear ground, diameter 25cm. (2) £60 - £90 300 A group of 18th Century glass stemware comprising an ale glass with engraved hops, a similar style later gin glass with an engraved band of wheat, a rummer with bladed knop and ogee bowl and three assorted rummers with basal columns moulding, tallest 15.5cm. (6) £50 - £80 301 A later 20th Century Kosta Boda clear crystal glass vase designed by Bengt Edenfalk, of hexagonal sleeve form with a chamfered polished rim, original label and engraved signature, height 22.5cm £50 - £80 302 A 1930s Kosta glass vase of faceted flared form with a central floral engraved motif all to a deep live ground, engraved signature, height 12.5cm £60 - £80

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303 A post war Kosta glass bowl designed by Vicke Lindstrand, of shallow elliptical form in dark blue, engraved signature, length 15cm, together with a 1930s Holmegaard glass vase designed by Jacob E. Bange of footed flared form with fluted moulding pale in cinnamon brown, height 13.5cm (2) £40 - £60 304 A post war Kosta clear crystal glass vase designed by Vicke Lindstrand, the domed foot rising to a compressed ovoid body with a narrow opening, height 20.5cm, together with a similar smaller example in pale smoky blue, engraved signatures, height 16cm. (2) £40 - £60 305 A 1930s Orrefors clear crystal glass bowl designed by Edward Hald, of elliptical form terminating in vertical mitre cutting, length 20.5cm, together with a later clear crystal bud vase designed by Nils Landberg of drawn fluted form, engraved signatures, height 23.5cm. (2) £40 - £60

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306 A group of 20th Century Orrefors clear crystal glass comprising a flared vase with deep vertical mitre cuts with internal horizontal optic ribbing possibly designed by Edvin Ohrstrom, height 10.5cm, a decanter lacking stopper of fluted globe and shaft form designed by Edward Hald, height 21.5cm, and a decanter lacking stopper of tapered lobed form designed by Vicke Lindstrand, engraved signatures, height 14.5cm. (3) £50 - £80 307 A 20th Century Orrefors clear crystal glass vase designed by Simon Gate, of flared form with two alternating rows of deep facet cutting, engraved signature, height 19cm £50 - £80 308 A contemporary Iittala clear crystal glass Sointu vase designed by Tapio Wirkkala, of rectangular sleeve form with vertical linear moulding to the base, unmarked, height 17.5cm £40 - £60

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309 A later 20th Century Kosta Boda glass October vase designed by Kjell Engman, of compressed sleeve form enamelled with birds in flight amongst bare trees in pale blue over a mottled green landscape all to an opal ground, engraved signature, height 14.5cm £60 - £80 310 A post war Ekenas clear crystal glass vase designed by John Onwar Lake, of compressed ovoid form engraved with a deer and a bare tree opposing, engraved signature, height 16.5cm £30 - £50 311 A post war clear crystal glass vase possibly by Leerdam, of tapered form internally decorated with a controlled air bubble mesh, spuriously signed Orrefors, height 12cm £30 - £50 312 A post war Orrefors clear crystal glass vase designed by Edward Hald of drawn ovoid form decorated with vertical cut pillars, engraved signature, height 25cm £60 - £80


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324 A silver plated table candlestick realistically modelled as a stag’s head with faceted green paste eyes, mounted on a stepped circular collet foot £40 - £60

321 A pair of George III hallmarked silver open cauldron salts each raised on three stepped pad feet, London maker’s mark I.W. (2) £80 - £120 322 A George II hallmarked silver baluster castor of plain form terminating in flame finial, height 12cm, London 1759, Daniell & Mince £100 - £150

323 313 A hallmarked silver circular trinket or jewellery box with scalloped border on three claw feet, engraved ‘Ena Xmas 1941’, another horseshoe shaped example and glass trinket box with silver pull off cover, various dates and makers (3) £50 - £80 314 A small parcel lot of assorted silver and white metal items to include thimbles, small scent bottles, a penknife, a heart shaped box and a Moorcroft box base. S/D £40 - £60 315 Two pairs of 18th Century silver sugar nips, with a Georgian silver shifter spoon and a pair of Newcastle silver sugar tongs, various dates and styles. (4) £50 - £80 316 A parcel lot of twelve silver mounted glass scent bottles, a silver and tortoise shell dressing table jar and six further silver topped jars, various styles and dates, S/D. (19) £80 - £120

317 A parcel lot of hallmarked silver and white metal mounted glass assorted open salts and other condiments and two bud vases, various styles and dates, S/D. (17) £40 - £60

325 A Victorian silver gilt mounted double scent bottle or vinaigrette, the twin green glass bottles with foliate engraved split hinged covers, conforming silver gilt heel, stamped to the underside S. Mordan & Co, Makers, with diamond registration mark for the 1st September 1858. ILLUSTRATED £400 - £600

323 A George II hallmarked silver coffee pot of tapering form with later foliate engraved decoration to body, spout and hinged cover, terminating in scroll wooden handle, height 20cm, weight 22oz, London 1727, Thomas Mason. ILLUSTRATED £500 - £600

318 A set of six white metal Egyptian oval napkin rings each decorated with niello scenes of buildings, pyramids and feluccas, unmarked (6) £100 - £150 319 A hallmarked silver heart shaped easel photograph frame with pierced and floral decoration, height 19cm, London 1892, William Comyns, with a similar silver backed hand mirror, S/D. (2) £80 - £120 320 A hallmarked silver circular trinket box of plain form with hinged cover and all raised on three pad feet, diameter 9cm, with a similar smaller oval example, Birmingham 1920 and 1916 respectively. (2) £100 - £150

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335 A small parcel lot of assorted hallmarked silver items to include six tea spoons, a sugar basin, a miniature tankard, a small hinged circular box, a dip pen etc, total weight 13oz, various dates and styles £50 - £80 330 326 A George III hallmarked silver vinaigrette of rectangular outline, the hinged lid engraved with crest and motto ‘I’ll Defend’, hinged grille missing, width 3.4cm, Glasgow, Robert Gray & Son and a William IV example with reeded decoration, central shield cartouche engraved E W, the underside engraved ‘My Keepsake’, width 2.9cm, Birmingham 1836, John Shaw (2) £60 - £90 327 An early 20th Century silver capstan inkwell, together with a square crystal inkwell with hinged silver cover. (2) £60 - £80 328 A cased set of 1930s French table servers with plated handles and horn implements, together with a matched cake slice £30 - £50

332 329 A hallmarked silver mounted green leather rectangular blotter detailed with foliate scroll decoration to corners and central cartouche, length 30cm, London 1896, William Comyns. S/D £80 - £120 330 An early 20th Century hallmarked silver desk stand, shaped rectangular base with twin pen rests supporting twin square section cut glass and silver ink well, all raised on four stepped pad feet, length 24cm, Chester 1907, Stokes & Ireland Ltd. S/D. ILLUSTRATED £100 - £150 331 A pair of William IV hallmarked silver circular open salts each of stylised melon shape raised on three acanthus capped scroll feet, diameter 8.5cm, London 1830/31, makers mark rubbed. (2) £60 - £80

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332 A late Victorian hallmarked silver small chamber stick, rectangular base with gadroon and acanthus leaf details below conforming sconce and snuffer, all terminating in ring handle, height 5.5cm, London 1893, Thomas Bradbury & Sons. ILLUSTRATED £50 - £80 333 A Victorian hallmarked silver baluster cream jug with part embossed and engraved floral decoration, all raised on four strut feet and terminating in scroll handle, height 14cm, Exeter 1860, Josiah Williams & Co £40 - £60 334 A hallmarked silver small bowl with beaten effect to whole, diameter 14cm, with a similar shell shaped butter dish, total weight 7.5oz, Chester 1914 and London 1904. (2) £40 - £60

336 A pair of Victorian hallmarked silver rectangular bon bon dishes each terminating in foliate embossed and pierced borders, length 14cm, London 1895, William Comyns. (2) £50 - £80 337 A silver plated twin handled rectangular tray with canted corners, fluted raised edge and with bright cut border decoration, length 45cm, Pearce and Sons Leeds, a quantity of Waring and Gillows EPNS cutlery and a plated tea kettle and hot water pot (qty) £60 - £90 338 An Edwardian hallmarked silver teapot of plain ovoid form with gadrooned rims, ebonised scroll handle and collet foot, weight 20oz, Sheffield 1900, Atkin Brothers, retailers mark to underside, Pearce and Sons, Leeds £120 - £180 339 An Edwardian hallmarked silver three piece tea service with part fluted decoration, weight 27oz, London 1903, William Hutton and Sons Ltd (3). ILLUSTRATED £200 - £300


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348 348 An Edwardian hallmarked silver circular salver with raised shell and scroll border, central monogram on three bracket feet, weight 10oz, diameter 22cm, Sheffield 1903, Henry Atkins. ILLUSTRATED £80 - £120

340 340 An Edwardian large hallmarked silver sugar sifter of baluster form embossed with C scroll and floral decoration, pull off pierced cover with urn shaped finial to domed collet foot, weight 7.5oz, height 24cm, Sheffield 1903, Henry Atkin. ILLUSTRATED £80 - £120 341 A Edwardian hallmarked silver sugar bowl and cream jug, each of ovoid from with reeded borders and gilt washed interior, Sheffield 1903, Pearce and Sons, Leeds and a pair of silver sugar nips, total weight 11oz (3) £80 - £120 342 A hallmarked silver circular sugar bowl with reeded border on collet foot, Chester 1903, Pearce and Sons Ltd, Leeds and a helmet shaped cream jug, London 1803 and a pair of silver sugar nips, total weight 8oz £70 - £110 343 An early Victorian hallmarked silver pepperette modelled as an owl with naturalistically engraved feathers and glass eyes to the pull off pierced cover, the owl standing on a circular base, height 8cm, weight 2oz, London 1867, Hawksworth, Eyre & Co. ILLUSTRATED £250 - £350 344 A hallmarked silver pedestal bowl with embossed shell, floral and fluted decoration to a circular collet foot weight 8.7oz, diameter 14.5cm, Sheffield 1903, James Deakin & Sons (John & William F Deakin) £80 - £120

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349 A George III hallmarked silver and mother of pearl handled set of six dessert knives and forks, each with monogrammed handle, London 1815, John Orme II, also six silver sandwich knives with ribbon tied border and an EPNS set, all cased £80 - £120

345 Four hallmarked silver circular ashtrays, each with engine turned border decoration, weight 5oz, diameter 8cm, Birmingham 1956, Joseph Gloster Ltd. (4) £40 - £60

350 A hallmarked silver twin handled circular pedestal bowl with pierced gallery and flying scroll handles, weight 12oz, height 12.5cm, Sheffield 1907, Marples and Co £80 - £120

346 A hallmarked silver three piece fluted cruet set, two part fluted pepperettes, a pair of silver rimmed glass open salts, four salt spoons, twelve Georgian and later spoons, two napkin rings, an EPNS stilton scoop and two spoons, various dates and makers (qty) £80 - £120

351 An Edwardian hallmarked silver scalloped shell with embossed floral decoration on three ball feet, Sheffield 1909, Atkin Brothers, a circular embossed bowl, Sheffield 1896, another with pieced decoration London 1957 and an EPNS salt and pepper (5) £80 - £120

347 A hallmarked silver circular bowl with pierced rim and cast husk decoration, a pierced heart shaped trinket dish, two silver topped dressing table jars, two silver thimbles and a mother of pearl handled fruit knife, various dates and makers (qty) £50 - £80

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352 Two hallmarked silver bon bon dishes, each with circular bowl above tapering pedestal with cast knop to a canted square collet foot, weight 8.5oz, Birmingham 1936, Mappin and Webb (2). ILLUSTRATED £80 - £120 353 An Art Nouveau hallmarked silver three piece mirror and brush set, each with a crowned maiden amidst irises and strapwork decoration, Chester 1902, William Neale, two slice cut toilet jars with domed silver covers and a Dutch silver cup (6) £40 - £60

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354 A George V hallmarked silver and blue guilloche enamelled circular jewellery box raised on three paw feet, Birmingham 1912, Adie Brothers, S/D. ILLUSTRATED £50 - £80

357 A set of six hallmarked silver wine goblets on baluster pedestals and circular foot, Birmingham 1971, Barker Ellis Silver Company (6). ILLUSTRATED £200 - £300

355 A hallmarked silver topped cut glass scent bottle of spherical form and matching cylindrical jar, Sheffield 1912 James Dixon and Sons, together with a plain circular capstan inkwell, S/D £50 - £80

358 A pair of modern hallmarked silver sauce boats with cut edge border and broken scroll handle, Birmingham 1969 and an associated cream jug, Birmingham 1973, all Barker Ellis Silver Company (3) £150 - £200

356 A Victorian horses hoof desk inkwell with silver plated mounts and stirrup shaped pen rest, unmarked. ILLUSTRATED £60 - £90

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359 A hallmarked silver matched canteen of kings pattern cutlery for twelve place settings, twelve dessert and dinner knives and forks, twelve table spoons, twelve fish knives and forks and twelve tea spoons, total weight of weighable silver 203oz, dates range from 1876 to 1991 makers to include Aldwinckle & Slater, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths, C.J Vander and Viners. ILLUSTRATED £1200 - £1800 360 Two 19th Century pairs of silver plated and clear glass cologne bottles with a similar further example and a silver topped cylindrical glass bottle. (6) £50 - £80

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370 361 A cased hallmarked silver five piece cruet set of cauldron form each raised on three lion mask paw feet, Birmingham 1926 N & Co £100 - £150 362 A cased hallmarked silver three piece cruet set of plain cylindrical form, Birmingham 1937, William Devenport & Co £60 - £90 363 A hallmarked silver circular pedestal bowl of plain form terminating in foliate scroll pierced border and raised on a ring foot, diameter 19cm, weight 11oz, Sheffield 1925, Martin Hall & Co Ltd £80 - £120 364 Three cased sets of six tea spoons each with conforming tongs, various dates (qty) £30 - £50 365 An Edwardian hallmarked silver teapot with part fluted decoration, weight 19oz, Chester 1908 £100 - £150

366 A hallmarked silver three piece tea service comprising teapot, sugar bowl and cream jug, each with canted corners and reeded decoration, egg and dart rim with scroll handles, total weight 28.5oz, Sheffield 1928, James Deakin and Sons. (3) £120 - £180 367 A Russian silver niello work rectangular cigarette case, the lid with figure on horseback, engraved cartouche to the back ‘WRJ in memory of my friend JCH’, kokoshnik marks for St Petersburg, 1898 - 1903, Sergei Nazarov, and another engine turned example, Birmingham 1933 (2) £50 - £80

369 A hallmarked silver feeding spoon and pusher set, cased, a three piece condiment set with spoon, various dates and makers and a white metal trefoil dish, the rim with wirework enamel decoration, stamped 925, A/F (7) £50 - £80

372 A hallmarked silver circular card waiter with engraved foliate scroll within stepped border, all raised on three scroll feet, diameter 20cm, weight 10oz, London 1847, Thomas Hughes Headland. ILLUSTRATED £80 - £120

370 A Victorian hallmarked silver castle top vinaigrette detailed with a scene of Abbotsford House, the hinged cover opening to gilt interior with pierced and foliate engraved grille, length 4cm, Birmingham 1848, Nathaniel Mills. ILLUSTRATED £500 - £800

373 A pair of Victorian hallmarked silver knife rests each with acanthus leaf terminals and central conforming detail, length 8cm, London 1839, possibly A B Savory & Sons (William Smily) £40 - £60

371 A pair of George III hallmarked silver circular tureens bases, silver twin handled bases with gadroon borders, diameter 24cm, total weight 54oz, London 1817, William Burwash, each with an associated silver plated domed cover. (2) £350 - £450

374 A cased set of three hallmarked silver decanter labels, port, brandy and sherry decorated with hunting, shooting and fishing scenes, London 1983 £50 - £80 375 A small parcel lot of assorted silver and silver plated items to include silver tea spoons and other flatware, coffee pot and a three piece tea set etc £40 - £60

368 A pair of hallmarked silver sugar sifters, each of plain baluster form with pull off pierced cover and baluster finial, Birmingham 1919, T Wooley, S/D. (2) £60 - £90

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376 Twelve hallmarked silver napkin rings to include a semi circular and an enamelled example, various styles and dates. (12) £80 - £120 377 A hallmarked silver and enamelled decorated three piece dressing table set, two brushes and a hand mirror each with blue flowers to a white ground, Birmingham 1964. (3) £100 - £150 378 A hallmarked silver pierced and embossed scalloped shaped bon bon dish, Sheffield 1901, with two other similar examples, various styles and dates. (3) £100 - £150 379 A set of six George III hallmarked silver tea spoons and sugar tongs each with bright cut decoration, London 1798, Peter & Ann Bateman. (7) £80 - £120 380 A pair of Georgian silver sugar tongs with bright cut decoration terminating in stylised acorn bowl, length 14cm, Hester Bateman £50 - £80

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381 A Royal Irish silver letter opener, Dublin 1970, with a similar silver and handled example and a further Continental rope twist letter opener. (2) £50 - £80 382 A hallmarked silver cased three piece pedestal cruet set of plain form, Sheffield 1917, Walker & Hall £80 - £120 383 Three cased sets of hallmarked silver flat ware, six coffee bean spoons, six tea spoons and six butter knives, various styles and dates. (3) £50 - £80 384 Two hallmarked silver child’s spoons Hey Diddle Diddle and Baby, with two similar Sterling silver examples. (4) £40 - £60 385 A pair of hallmarked silver small vases, circular plain foot below baluster bodies with embossed floral frieze all below crimped borders, heights 12cm, London, marks rubbed. (2) £50 - £80

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386 A cased set of six hallmarked silver mother of pearl fish knives and forks, Sheffield 1934, John Sanderson and Son Ltd, in fitted wooden box, six associated cake knives, two sets of six teaspoons, an EPNS set various dates and makers. (qty) £40 - £60

390 A hallmarked silver circular compact with foliate engraved decoration to hinged cover, diameter 8cm, complete with fittings, Birmingham 1991, A.E Jones £40 - £60

387 A hallmarked silver baluster sugar castor of plain form with relief leaf panel details, height 18cm, Birmingham 1971, A.E Jones £50 - £80

391 Three items of hallmarked silver, a boxed commemorative goblet for St Mary’s Church, Melton Mowbray, a King John spoon and a sauce boat, various dates all A.E. Jones. (3) £60 - £90

388 A hallmarked silver christening tankard with engine turned decoration to whole, terminating in plain C scroll handle, weight 4.8 oz, Sheffield 1927, Walker & Hall £40 - £60

392 A quantity of George III and later teaspoons, fiddle, feather edge and Old English pattern, various dates and makers, total weight 11.4oz. (23) £80 - £120

389 A hallmarked silver wine taster of circular form terminating in fruiting vine leaf border diameter 8cm, Birmingham 1998, A E Jones £40 - £60

393 A pair of George IV hallmarked silver berry spoons, shell and fiddle pattern chased handles, each of slightly different design with leaf and berry bowls, weight 4.9oz, length 22cm, London 1830, William Chawner II (2) £50 - £80


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404 A gentleman’s Casio Wave Ceptor radio control wristwatch to a stainless steel bracelet strap, also two other similar examples a Sekonda and a Summit (3) £40 - £60 405 Two 9ct rose gold ladies wrist watches, A/F. (2) £40 - £60

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399 394 A Tiffany and Co, New York Sterling silver charm bracelet with five suspended charms to include a ‘Please return to Tiffany & Co New York’ heart charm, together with another curb link example with multiple silver charms (2) £60 - £90 395 A contemporary 9ct white gold diamond ring, two stone set split bands united by a cross over detail, ring size M £80 - £120 396 An early 20th Century 18ct open faced, crown wing fob watch, Roman numerals to a champagne dial and engraved case, stamped 18K £150 - £250 397 A 9ct ladies Rotary manual wind wrist watch, circular ivory dial with gilt baton markers, 17 jewel incabloc movement to a plain brown leather strap £30 - £50

398 A strand of eighty Chinese freshwater baroque cultured pearls, unfinished, a dyed coral two strand necklace with silver clasp and other loose coral, S/D £30 - £50 399 A 1960s Rolex Tudor Royal gentleman’s automatic wrist watch, circular ivory dial with gilt baton markers and Arabic numerals, dial diameter 25mm, seventeen jewel movement, model number 12325, Dennison stainless steel case number 0101, all to black leather strap. ILLUSTRATED £200 - £300 400 A 1940s 9ct Smiths Astral gentleman’s manual wrist watch, the two tone rose gold circular dial, silvered chapter ring with Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, diameter 25mm, 15 jewel movement numbered A8205, Dennison case number 144003, presentation engraving to back, all to brown leather strap, Birmingham 1947 £80 - £120

401 A 1970s 9ct Movado gentleman’s manual wind wrist watch, circular champagne dial with Arabic numerals and baton markers, dial 28mm, Swiss 17 jewel movement number 3449, in Dennison case, Birmingham 1977, no strap, together with a MuDu doublematic 30 jewel watch (2). ILLUSTRATED £60 - £90 402 An 18ct Tissot gentleman’s quartz wristwatch numbered G667330, champagne dial with black Roman numerals, quick set date aperture, dial diameter 28mm, sapphire crystal, water resistant to 34ATM, fitted Tissot black leather strap with inox gold buckle, stamped £150 - £250 403 A 1970s Longines gentleman’s automatic gold plated wristwatch, circular brushed gold dial with gilt baton markers and date aperture, dial diameter 30mm, gold plated bezel and stainless steel back all to brown leather strap and a ladies La Grand Classique de Longines example with original green leather strap £60 - £90

406 A large quantity of watches, various makers, ladies and gentlemans, all A/F £40 - £60 407 A gentleman’s Rado quartz stainless steel watch 2-G0396-081 £40 - £60 408 A 20th Century Italian cameo brooch in gilt metal mounts £30 - £50 409 A Victorian mourning brooch with scrolled frame and seed pearl foliate design, vacant glazed panel to the reverse, unmarked, S/D £30 - £50 410 An early 20th Century circular compact the hinged cover with enamel rose heads and foliate swags to a mint green ground, engraved initials to reverse, diameter 5cm, import marks 1908. ILLUSTRATED £100 - £150

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411 A 19th Century Irish silver gilt Tara brooch stamped Waterhouse, Dublin to reverse, diameter 6.5cm. ILLUSTRATED £100 - £150

416 A parcel lot of costume jewellery to include paste set brooches, necklaces and earrings, faux pearls, a rotary watch etc. (qty) £40 - £60

412 A 9ct hallmarked rectangular shaped cigar cutter with engine turned decoration and conforming cigar piercer to one side, length 5.5cm, Birmingham 1972, S. J Rose & Son £120 - £180

417 A hallmarked silver J W Benson Key wind open face pocket watch, London 1879, together with a gold plated example, a graduated silver Albert chain with shield fob and another with swivel fob, S/D. (4) £50 - £80

421 Two early 20th Century pin brooches to include a rose gold scrolled example, a 15ct stick pin, a 9ct front and back locket to a 9ct chain and a 9ct bangle (qty) £120 - £180

427 Two Edwardian 15ct bar brooches, one with applied emerald and seed pearl flower, the other with pearl set flowers spaced by a round facet cut aquamarine, weight 5.8g, stamped (2) £40 - £60

413 An 18ct hallmarked white gold sapphire and diamond cluster ring, central round cut sapphire within a sixteen stone diamond surround of sunburst design, all brilliant cut stones claw set, total carat weight approximately 1.60ct, ring size P. ILLUSTRATED £400 - £600

418 A 9ct rose gold curb link bracelet with cast decoration to the links and terminating in a padlock clasp, weight 13.4g, length 20cm £80 - £120

414 A 9ct hallmarked ladies Jean Renet wrist watch, batons to a square silvered dial all to an integral bark finished bracelet, total weight 32.5g £250 - £300 415 A 1940s enamel, colourless paste and faux pearl floral clip, stamped Trifari and dated 1941, two early 20th Century 9ct stone set bar brooches with a paste set brooch modelled as the head of a lion. (4) £30 - £50

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419 Three various early 20th Century 9ct ladies wristwatches to include Enicar and Roamer examples, two with 9ct fitted straps, an 18ct ladies open gilt faced fob watch, stamped (4) £200 - £300 420 An Edward VII full sovereign dated 1907, together with a brass George III guinea token. (2) £180 - £270

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422 Six various 9ct stone set rings to include a full eternity ring, a three stone diamond ring, a diamond solitaire and other stone set examples (6) £60 - £90 423 A modern hallmarked 9ct collarette with two interwoven foxtail chains and a 9ct paste set brooch (2) £150 - £250

428 A 1960s hallmarked 18ct emerald and diamond plaque head style cluster ring, central square emerald cut emerald within a border of sixteen brilliant cut diamonds, plain tapering band, weight 4.6g, ring size N. ILLUSTRATED £100 - £150

424 An Edwardian half sovereign ring with rose gold forked band and a 9ct signet ring, both ring size J. (2) £100 - £150 425 A 9ct ruby and diamond cluster ring, oval cut ruby within a diamond surround to knife edge shoulders and a garnet and opal cluster ring to a pierced scroll head, both ring size N (2) £100 - £150 426 A 22ct cameo ring, the square cameo of a maiden in profile to pierced forked shoulders and tapering band, weight 4g, stamped, ring size H £80 - £120

429 429 An early 20th Century diamond and sapphire three stone ring, two round European cut diamonds spaced by a round brilliant cut sapphire, each collar set to a crossover setting, weight 3g, ring size N. ILLUSTRATED £100 - £150


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430 An 18ct white gold ruby and diamond full eternity ring comprising twenty two alternating stones, ring size O, with a silver amethyst and marcasite example, S/D. (2) £30 - £50

438 Seven assorted white metal Masonic jewels to include Stephens Lodge 3089, Unison Lodge 4761, Alpha Lodge 6480 and Emulation Lodge 1100 etc. (7) £50 - £80

446 A 9ct hallmarked Masonic jewel The Rowlandson Lodge No 3360, Ferry Hill, Durham, with set square to turquoise ground below blue silk ribbon, London 1915 £150 - £230

431 A cased hallmarked silver Masonic jewel Earl of Warwick Lodge No 523 with part gilt and blue enamel decoration below red silk ribbon, Birmingham 1913 £40 - £60

439 Three hallmarked silver gilt Masonic jewels Tyne Dock Lodge 4218, Don Valley Lodge 3890 and Acorn and Rose Lodge 5677, each with enamelled decoration. (3) £50 - £80

447 Three hallmarked silver gilt Masonic Founders jewels, Cleveland Lodge 7723, Nightingale Lodge of Harmony 5390 and The Sutton Pilgrims Lodge 7780. (3) £50 - £80

432 Three hallmarked silver Masonic jewels, two Derbyshire examples each with central blue enamel decoration, with a Portland Lodge No 637 example. (3) £50 - £80

440 Four hallmarked silver gilt Masonic Jewels, Lodge Justice No 4, Lodge St Kilda No 881, Zeus Lodge 5418 and Metallus Lodge 6150. (4) £50 - £80

448 Two strings of Kasbah tribal beads each with large amber type beads, white metal and bead spacers, one with plaited leather collar, the other with woven wool (2) £30 - £50

433 Three hallmarked silver Masonic jewels, Duke of Connaught 1558, The Royal Wharfedale Lodge 1108 and The Bromfield Lodge No 4233. (3) £50 - £80

441 Four hallmarked silver Masonic Founder’s jewels Brolund Chapter 4820, Tyrian Chapter 1110, Corinthian Chapter 1382 and Semper Vigilans Lodge 3040. (4) £50 - £80

434 Three hallmarked silver Masonic jewels, Saint Columba Lodge 1294, Landmark Lodge 7273 and Lodge of High Endeavour no 7366. (3) £50 - £80

442 Three hallmarked silver Masonic jewels, Malacca Chapter 3557, Three Counties Lodge 5726 and a similar example, S/D. (3) £50 - £80

435 Four hallmarked silver Masonic jewels, Dormer Lodge No 5588, Brought Lodge 5503 and two Royal Masonic Institute for Girls. (4) £50 - £80

443 Three hallmarked silver Masonic Steward jewels with four further white metal Masonic Jewels to include Victorian and later examples. (7) £50 - £80

436 Four hallmarked silver Masonic jewels Idris Lodge 821, Peace Lodge 3792, Architect Lodge 1373 and Neasden Lodge 3695, all with enamelled decoration. (4) £50 - £80

444 Three hallmarked silver Masonic jewels Leasowe Lodge 3761, Bedforian Lodge 4732 and Saint Nicholas Lodge 4561. (3) £50 - £80

437 Five hallmarked silver Masonic jewels Hope Mark Lodge 435, Earl’s Court Lodge 2765, A Benevolent and a Institution for Boys example etc. (5) £50 - £80

445 Two Masonic jewels Letchworth Lodge 3503, Gibraltar and Mount Elgon Lodge 5082 both with central scenic enamelled decoration. (2) £50 - £80

449 449 A hallmarked silver brooch modelled as an Alsatian dog’s head, length 6.5cm, with a rectangular stylised leaf example, length 5.5cm, Birmingham 1975 and 1979, both Bernard Instone. (2). ILLUSTRATED £40 - £60 450 Two hallmarked silver belt buckles each with pierced foliate decoration, both Bernard Instone. (2) £40 - £60 451 Two Victorian bun head full sovereigns dated 1861 and 1873. (2) £350 - £400

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452 452 Two Victorian Jubilee head full sovereigns dated 1892. (2). ILLUSTRATED £350 - £400 453 Two Victorian veiled head full sovereigns dated 1894 and 1899. (2) £350 - £400 454 A Victorian veiled head full sovereign dated 1889 and an Edward VII example dated 1903. (2) £350 - £400 455 Two Edward VII full sovereigns dated 1904 and 1906. (2) £350 - £400 456 Two George V full sovereigns dated 1911 and 1913. (2) £350 - £400 457 Four Victorian veiled head half sovereigns dated 1894, 1897, 1898 and 1900. (4) £350 - £400 458 Four Edward VII half sovereigns dated 1902, 1903 and two 1907. (4) £350 - £400 459 Four George V half sovereigns dated 1911 (2) and 1912 (2). (4) £350 - £400

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460 Two Victorian half sovereigns dated 1883 and 1901, with a George V example dated 1914. (3). ILLUSTRATED £250 - £350

466 An 18ct hallmarked diamond three stone ring, gypsy set old cut diamonds to a tapering head, ring size O, Chester date mark rubbed £50 - £80

461 A George V full sovereign dated 1915 £180 - £220

467 An early 20th Century 9ct seed pearl set crescent brooch, with a 9ct single stone amethyst bar brooch. (2) £40 - £60

462 An Edwardian 18ct sapphire and diamond daisy cluster ring, central sapphire within an eight stone diamond surround, all to knife edged shoulders, ring size L 1/2. ILLUSTRATED £100 - £150 463 A 19th Century 18ct ruby and diamond triple head daisy cluster ring, three rubies each within an overlapping old cut diamond surround, ring size Q 1/2. ILLUSTRATED £300 - £400 464 An 18ct hallmarked sapphire and diamond seven stone boat shaped ring, alternating stones to a plain shank, ring size M 1/2, Birmingham 1913 £50 - £80 465 An 18ct illusion set diamond three stone ring, with a similar claw set paste example and a diamond set stick pin. (3) £50 - £80

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468 A 22ct wedding ring, weight 2.5g, an 18ct wedding ring and a bar brooch weight 5.8g, two 9ct rings and a 9ct cross and chain, weight 8.9g, S/D. (6) £150 - £230 469 A 9ct hallmarked gentleman’s Rolex Tudor wrist watch, Arabic numerals and batons mix to a silvered dial, Edinburgh 1968, boxed, presentation engraving to reverse, with a gold plated Waltham pocket watch and chain. ILLUSTRATED £100 - £150 470 Two Victorian Jubilee head full sovereigns each dated 1892. (2) £400 - £600 471 Two George V full sovereigns each dated 1913. (2) £400 - £600

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473 472 An early 20th Century 9ct rose gold uniform link double Albert chain with twin end swivels and T bar, length 39cm, weight 48.5g, with a 9ct swivel fob £400 - £500 473 A 9ct rose gold open faced, crown wind pocket watch, Roman numerals to a white enamelled dial, presentation engraving to dust cover Presented to Sergt Collier by the Officers & Men of the C Division B’ham City Police, Birmingham 1919. ILLUSTRATED £150 - £200


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474 A Victorian mourning brooch with black enamel and scrolled border engraved and dated Feb 3rd 1857 to the reverse, another larger example similarly engraved and dated 1852 and 1870, a shell coin purse and a circular tortoiseshell compact with Royal Auxiliary Corps crest to centre (4) £80 - £120 475 A 1990s hallmarked 9ct opal dress ring, the oval setting with an opal doublet, later mounted to a plain tapering band, London 1991, ring size N £80 - £120 476 A 9ct rose gold dress ring collar set with an opal cabochon to a plain band, and another smaller yellow gold example, stamped, ring size I and E (2) £120 - £150

482 An 18ct diamond set ring, ring size F with matching pendant and another stone set ring stamped 8k, ring size M (3) £80 - £120 483 A modern 9ct tanzanite pendant, the pear shaped stone collar set to fine snake link chain, stamped £40 - £60 484 An 18ct diamond set ring, claw set within a stylised flowerhead setting, split leaf decorated shoulders to a plain tapering band, stamped 18K, 750, post 1945 Georg Jensen mark and numbered 137, ring size L £300 - £450

478 A South African 18ct diamond ring of modernist design, round brilliant cut diamond within a high claw setting between two white gold scrolling leaves to a textured tapering band, stamped M £140 - £160 479 An 18ct diamond signet style ring designed with circular head set with seven brilliant cut diamonds set, weight 7.7g, stamped, ring size M £100 - £150

481 A gold front and back locket, another similar larger yellow metal example, three pairs of silver and silver gilt earrings and a pear shaped pendant (9) £40 - £60

487 Two 9ct stone set brooches with a silver open faced key wind pocket watch and a purple glass set pendant and chain, S/D. (4) £60 - £80

488 488 A platinum diamond ring, brilliant cut claw set stones, weight approximately 1.00 ct, claw set and flanked with a baguette cut diamond to each shoulder, ring size O. ILLUSTRATED £2000 - £3000

477 Four various 9ct stone set rings to include agate, bloodstone, amethyst and garnet, S/D. (4) £150 - £200

480 A 9ct diamond dress ring designed with six diamond set leaves to pierced shoulders, stamped ring size J and three 9ct garnet set dress rings of various designs (4) £80 - £120

486 An 18ct three stone diamond ring, central round brilliant cut stone with smaller stone beside, each claw set to a plain tapering band, weight 2.9g, ring size N1/2 £250 - £350

485 485 A 1940s Rolex Oyster gentleman’s manual wind wristwatch the circular champagne dial with Arabic numerals and dart markers, luminous hands, screw down crown, watch number 398393, and 4466, dial diameter 28mm, milled edge screw down back fitted with later expandable bracelet, no box or papers. ILLUSTRATED £400 - £600

489 489 An 18ct white gold diamond cluster ring comprising central claw set diamond within a border of eight further stones, all old cut examples largest approximately 0.80ct, all to a plain shank, ring size O. ILLUSTRATED £800 - £1200 490 An 18ct diamond solitaire ring, old cut, claw set stone to a diamond shaped head, weight of stone approximately 0.55ct, ring size 0 1/2 £200 - £300

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499 491 An 18ct hallmarked white gold half eternity ring, with seven paste claw set stones, ring size L £50 - £80 492 A 22ct hallmarked D shaped wedding ring, weight 4.9g, with a platinum example, weight 2.7g. (2) £100 - £150 493 Four assorted 9ct stones set rings, a five stone garnet, two signet rings and a single stone smoky quartz example. (4) £100 - £150 494 A 9ct hallmarked five bar gate bracelet terminating in hinged padlock fastener, weight 30g £200 - £300 495 A ladies 9ct hallmarked Emka wrist watch, Arabic numerals and batons mix to a fitted 9ct bracelet, total weight 13.5g. London 1962 £100 - £150 496 A 9ct hallmarked double link curb bracelet comprising rose and yellow gold links terminating in a rose gold hinged padlock fastener, total weight 20.5g £150 - £200

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502 (part) 497 A Victorian 15ct hallmarked oval bloodstone and carnelian swivel fob, Birmingham 1880 suspended from a later 9ct fancy link Albert chain, total weight 21.5g £120 - £180 498 A George V half sovereign dated 1914 within a 9ct rose gold pendant mount, total weight 7.7g, with a 9ct hallmarked fine belcher chain, weight 6.4g. (2) £100 - £150 499 An 18ct solitaire diamond ring, round brilliant cut stone claw set to a plain tapering band, ring size O. ILLUSTRATED £500 - £750 500 An Edward VII full sovereign dated 1910 with a half sovereign dated 1909 each loose within a 9ct pendant mount, total weight 15.5g. (2) £300 - £400

505 503 A mid 20th Century 14ct white gold single stone cultured pearl ring, single pearl to a pierced oval head, ring size O 1/2 £50 - £80 504 A gold plated open faced pocket watch with white enamelled dial, Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, Dennison case and a hallmarked silver key wind open faced fob watch with engine turned case, Birmingham 1882, A/F. (2) £40 - £60 505 A contemporary platinum three stone diamond ring, central princess cut channel set stone, weight approximately 0.50ct, flanked by a single tapering princess cut diamond to either side, one chipped, ring size M 1/2, S/D. ILLUSTRATED £500 - £800

508 506 A contemporary platinum five stone half eternity ring comprising channel set princess cut stones to a plain shank, ring size M 1/2. ILLUSTRATED £300 - £400 507 A modernist gold tone and pearl 'Sculpturesque' pendant designed by Jonathan Bailey for Trifari the textured molten gold tone nugget with two claw set faux pearls pearls to a curb link chain, stamped Trifari £60 - £80 508 A 19th Century silver gilt garnet encrusted necklet comprising twenty six graduated seven stone garnet cluster, seven with further conforming drops, terminating in tongue and box fastener, length 40cm. ILLUSTRATED £100 - £150

501 A small parcel lot of assorted 9ct jewellery to include two chains, two pairs of earrings and three rings, total weight 25g £150 - £180 502 An Edwardian 9ct seed pearl and amethyst set pendant brooch, length 4cm, with a 15ct filled curb chain, length 49cm, weight 6.4g. (2). ILLUSTRATED £200 - £300

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509 A George V 1914 full sovereign pendant loose mounted to a scrolled frame and belcher link chain, total weight 15.8g £250 - £300 510 A George V 1912 half sovereign £100 - £150 511 A George V 1911 full sovereign pendant loose mounted to a scrolled frame and belcher link chain, total weight 19g £250 - £300 512 A 22ct gold wedding band, ring size L and another smaller example, ring size G, total weight 12.5g. (2) £200 - £300 513 A 9ct rose gold graduated Albert chain with T bar and two swivel clasps, fitted with a 9ct pendant fob, all links, T bar and swivel clasps stamped 9ct, and a sundry T bar, total weight 68.6g £500 - £750

516 A 1920s 9ct ladies wrist watch to an expandable 9ct bracelet, together with two other examples and a silver open faced fob watch, all A/F. (4) £60 - £90 517 Five various marcasite brooches, one inset with a pierced and carved jadeite panel, a gilt metal pendant brooch and a string of graduated faux pearls with 9ct coral clasp. (7) £40 - £60 518 A quantity of costume jewellery to include necklaces, brooches etc, all A/F. (qty) £50 - £80

19 A 9ct hallmarked Waltham full hunter, crown wind pocket watch, Roman numerals to a white enamelled dial, total weight 90.6g, Birmingham 1929, S.D. ILLUSTRATED £200 - £300

514 A 1920s 9ct rose gold Waltham USA open faced pocket watch, Roman numerals with white enamel dial, subsidiary seconds dial, dial diameter 42mm, within a Dennison case, Birmingham 1924, together with a similar gold plated example (2). ILLUSTRATED £200 - £300 515 A hallmarked 18ct signet ring with shield shaped monogrammed head to a tapering band, Birmingham 1918, a 9ct rose gold ring and two pin brooches (4) £60 - £100

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520 A 19th Century silver pair cased, fusee driven pocket watch, Roman numerals to a white enamelled dial, movement marked George Cadel, with a similar later lever example suspended from a dog link silver Albert chain, S/D. (2) £100 - £150 521 An early 20th Century 9ct blue paste and seed pearl hinged bangle, nine alternating stones to knot detailed shoulders, total weight 7g, unmarked, S/D £50 - £80 522 An Art Deco 9ct Swiss gentleman’s manual wind wrist watch, of shaped rectangular outline with silvered dial and black Arabic numerals, square subsidiary seconds dial, 15 jewel movement stamped Swiss Made Breguet HSPG, all within plain case, facsimile engraved dedication to the back, brown leather strap, import marks for Glasgow 1930, stamped A M £100 - £150

523 A 1950s ladies 9ct Zenith manual wind wrist watch, circular ivory dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, Swiss movement to fitted 9ct bracelet, in original fitted case, S/D £150 - £200 524 A George V full gold sovereign for 1915 £200 - £300 525 A hallmarked silver pair cased verge pocket watch, white enamel dial above seconds dial, both with Arabic numerals, movement marked Geo. Nilde No 515, London 1826, Thomas Jemmett & John Howe, A/F £100 - £150 526 A gun metal chronometer, circular dial with Roman numerals, twin secondary dials, face marked Fattorini & Sons, Bradford, together with a silver plated example and a 9ct ladies Stayte wrist watch, and two silver Albert chains, all A/F. (5) £60 - £100

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529 527 BARBARA MARY CAMPBELL (CIRCA 1944) - A shepherd with his flock, ink and wash book illustration, framed, 25cm x 18cm £80 - £120 528 JEFF SALTER (CONTEMPORARY) - ‘Minstrels’, porcelain relief figures, signed and dated 2013, within glazed box frame, 20.5cm x 20.5cm £50 - £80 529 ATTRIBUTED TO FREDERICK E. VALTER (CIRCA 1860 - 1930) Cattle on a bank, watercolour, in rosewood veneered frame, 22cm x 33cm. ILLUSTRATED £100 - £150 530 AFTER SIR JOHN EVERETT MILLAIS - ‘The Widow’s Mite’, etching, signed in the plate, framed, 44cm X 20cm £80 - £120

531 531 GEORGE WARREN BLACKHAM (FL. 1882-1906) - A view of Birmingham Town Hall, watercolour, signed, framed, 26cm x 128cm also a pencil and wash drawing by Hester Frood (2). ILLUSTRATED £100 - £150 532 DAVID COX, JUNIOR (1808-1885) - A cottage in the Welsh hills, watercolour, signed and dated 1846, framed, 35cm x 50cm. ILLUSTRATED £100 - £150

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535 3 MICHAEL D’AGUILAR (19242011) - Reclining nude, charcoal and gouache, signed and dated ‘74, 35cm x 46cm £100 - £150

537 WILLIAM PALMER ROBINS (18821959) - Venice, etching with aquatint, signed in pencil and dated ‘59, numbered 1/50, framed, 22cm x 32cm also a charcoal drawing by another hand (2). ILLUSTRATED £70 - £100

536 LAMBERT (CONTEMPORARY) Market Day, ink and wash drawing, signed, framed, 23cm x 38cm also three other watercolours by different hands (4) £70 - £100

538 L. MONTANA 20th Century Spanish School - Stylised landscape, oil on canvas £60 - £80

533 3 JOHN RATTENBURY SKEAPING (1901-1980) - ‘Matador and Bull’, photographic reproduction, signed in pencil, framed, 39cm x 50cm also a lithograph after Georges Braque (2) £60 - £90 534 ROBERT MORDEN ‘Somersetshire’, hand coloured engraving, published circa 1695, framed, also an engraved plan of the River Thames published 1770 (2) £50 - £80 537

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539 539 JAMES BURRELL SMITH (18221897) - Figures in a Mediterranean landscape, watercolour, 26cm x 41cm also another by the same hand, each within carved pierced detailed Chinese frames, 26cm x 41cm A/F (2). ILLUSTRATED £80 - £120

540 OLIVER CLARE (1853-1927) Grapes and Crab Apples, oil on board, signed, 16cm x 24cm. ILLUSTRATED £300 - £450 541 DAVID W. HADDON (FL.18841914) - The Old Salt, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 39cm x 26cm. ILLUSTRATED £80 - £120

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542 G. MARKS (LATE 19TH CENTURY) - ‘The Chelsea Pensioner’, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1879, framed, 61cm x 47cm. ILLUSTRATED £250 - £350

544 ✦ GEORGE WILLIS PRYCE (18661949) - ‘Guy’s Cliffe, Warwick’, oil on board, signed, framed, 29cm x 22.5cm also one other oil by the same hand (2) £80 - £120

543 ✦ CLAUDE WANE (LATE 19TH / EARLY 20TH CENTURY) ‘Clovelley’, watercolour, signed, framed, 23cm x 33.5cm £40 - £60

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549 ✦ EMANUEL BOWEN - ‘Worcester’, hand coloured engraving, published circa 1756, framed, 54cm x 71cm £70 - £100

545 ✦ ALEXANDER AUSTEN (Ex.18911909) - The clockmaker’s workshop’, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 46cm x 30.5cm also the companion ‘The Locksmith’s Workshop’ - a pair (2). ILLUSTRATED £200 - £300

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550 ✦ KEITH CRESWELL (1940-1989) ‘Chrysanthemums in a Willow pattern jug’, oil on board, signed and dated 1975, framed, 74cm x 57cm £80 - £120

546 ✦ JOHN JOHNSON, RCA (LATE 19TH CENTURY) - ‘Grass Gatherers on Llwyn Ogwen’, oil on card, inscribed on backboard, framed, 36cm x 54cm. ILLUSTRATED £120 - £180 547 ✦ M.L.RILEY (LATE 19TH CENTURY) - Harvest Time, watercolour, signed, framed, 36cm x 54cm. ILLUSTRATED £70 - £100 548 ✦ WILLIAM R.ROBINSON (18101875) - ‘A scene near Richmond, Yorkshire’, oil on panel, inscribed on old label verso, framed, 17cm x 27cm. ILLUSTRATED £70 - £100

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551 PAUL CHALCROFT (CONTEMPORARY) - The end of the harvest, oil on board, framed, 55cm x 72cm £70 - £110 552 PAUL BRAITHWAITE (CONTEMPORARY) - Street scene at night, oil on board, signed indistinctly verso, framed, 41cm x 35.5cm £100 - £150


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560 C. WARDEN (EARLY 20TH CENTURY) - The Receding Tide, watercolour, signed, framed and dated 1918, 25cm x 36cm £50 - £80 561 DUTCH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) - A figure with plumed hat enjoying his wine, oil on panel, framed, 19cm x 15cm also one other oil (2) £60 - £90 557 558 ENGLISH SCHOOL (LATE 19TH CENTURY) - Sailing boats in a calm, pastel drawing, framed, 43cm x 64cm £50 - £80

556 EDOUARD PIGNON (1905-1993) a lithographic poster for the Musee D’Art Moderne, Paris, 1961, signed in pencil, unframed, 66cm x 45cm also one other poster by Maurice Brianchon (2) £110 - £170

553 553 DAVID RENSHAW (B.1973) Home sweet Home, acylic on board,. signed, framed, 61cm x 23cm. ILLUSTRATED £100 - £150

559 3 DAVID SHEPHERD (1931-2017) ‘Indian Siesta’, photographic reproduction, signed in pencil and numbered 688/1300, framed, 42cm x 75cm also ‘The Welcome Storm’ and ‘Seregeti’ by the same hand (3) £300 - £500

557 MICHAEL BEDDOWS (CONTEMPORARY) - The four masted barque ‘Archibald Russell’ at sea, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1992, framed, 61cm x 92cm. ILLUSTRATED £120 - £180

562 3 GORDON KING (B.1939) Hunting scene with hounds on the scent, watercolour, signed, framed, 49cm x 34cm. ILLUSTRATED £250 - £350 563 3 GORDON KING (B.1939) - Master of Hounds leading the pack, watercolour, signed, framed, 37cm x 53cm. ILLUSTRATED £250 - £350 564 AFTER BERNARD DUFOUR - A Mediterranean back street, screen print on canvas, bears signature, framed, 45cm x 37cm £40 - £60

554 TRISTRAM ELLIS (1844-1922) ‘Kronborg, Helsingor, Denmark’, watercolour, signed and dated 1906, framed, 16cm x 36cm also one other watercolour by Alexander Hamilton (2) £100 - £150 555 JOHN SPEED - ‘Shropshyre (sic)’,hand coloured engraving, published 1614, framed, 38cm x 52cm £100 - £150

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565 JAPANESE SCHOOL (LATE 19TH CENTURY) Study of an itinerant monk, wash drawing, framed,43cm x 30cm £70 - £100 566 CHINESE SCHOOL (EARLY 20TH CENTURY) A river landscape, watercolour, framed, 11.5cm x 40cm £60 - £90 567 JAPANESE SCHOOL - A geisha bathing, reproduction print, framed, 39cm x 28.5cm also seven other Japanese reproduction prints (8) £100 - £150 568 JOHN SINCLAIR BLACK (B.1942) - The bargeman’s cottage, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 51cm x 77cm. ILLUSTRATED £200 - £300

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569 3 JOHN HORSEWELL (CONTEMPORARY) - Low Tide, acrylic on canvas, signed, unframed, 76cm x 76cm £100 - £150 570 ALEX CAMPBELL (CONTEMPORARY) - ‘Trees in Springtime, France’, acyclic on artist’s board, signed, signed, inscribed and dated May 1991 verso, framed, 43cm x 58cm. ILLUSTRATED £100 - £150 571 ENGLISH SCHOOL (EARLY 19TH CENTURY) A cock pheasant in undergrowth, oil on panel, framed, 18.5cm x 24cm. ILLUSTRATED £100 - £150

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572 MINNA TAYLER (Ex. 1881-1907) - Portrait of a young lady wearing a white ball gown, pastel drawing, signed with initials, framed, 75cm x 62cm This portrait is believed to depict Mrs. Eric Ayshford Knight of Cookley, Shropshire. ILLUSTRATED £300 - £400 573 ROY ABELL (B.1913) - A Welsh Valley, watercolour, framed, 57cm x 84cm. ILLUSTRATED £100 - £150 574 NIGEL HALLARD (CONTEMPORARY) - Sunset with geese in flight, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 25cm x 36cm also two other oils by the same hand (2) £100 - £150

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575 575 3 ANNA KATRINA ZINKEISEN (1901-1976) - Roses and wild flowers in a vase, oil on board, signed, framed, 61cm x 51cm. ILLUSTRATED £500 - £700

576 576 3 ALBERT IRVIN, OBE, RA (19222015) - ‘O’Connell’, lithograph, signed and dated ‘95 in pencil, numbered 90/225, framed. ILLUSTRATED £400 - £600

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577 3 PATRICK CAULFIELD, CBE, RA (1936-2005) - ‘Dressed Lobster’, silk screen print, signed in pencil and dated ‘80, framed, 60cm x 74cm. ILLUSTRATED £400 - £600

578 3 PETER DOIG (B.1959) ‘Fisherman’, photolitograph, signed and dated 2013, numbered 89/500, framed, 89cm x 70cm. ILLUSTRATED £400 - £600

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579 A 1960s four piece stainless steel tea service in the Alveston pattern, composed of tea pot, hot water, cream jug, sugar bowl, together with matching tray, stamped to base, and a matching cruet, all designed by Robert Welch for Old Hall £100 - £150 580 An SFBJ bisque head doll, jointed composition body wearing a red velvet dress, length 42cm and a similar doll in a brown woollen dress (2) £50 - £80 581 William Edward Parry - Journal of the third voyage of descent to the North West passage, A/F, a volume of the History of Bilston, three volumes of Master Humphries clock and a book of Pip, Squeak and Wilfred published by the Daily Mirror (6) £40 - £60 582 A Victorian glass dome on ebonised stand, a spare glass dome and a wooden oval stand (3) £40 - £60

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583 A Heubach and Kopplesdorf bisque head doll with fixed eyes and open mouth, jointed composition body and pink printed dress, length 40cm £40 - £60 584 A 19th Century walnut veneered vanity case and jewellery box, opening to a fitted interior with eleven silver plated bottles, ivory implements and a pair of steel scissors, with two push button ‘secret’ compartments, the lower a pull out drawer with divisioned interior for a pocket watch and jewellery, the top and key with mother of pearl escutcheon and inlay, 31cm x 23cm x 19cm. ILLUSTRATED £80 - £120 585 A collection of cigarette cards contained in four albums to include Players, Wills, Godfrey Phillips, various sets. (4) £40 - £60

586 Four 20th Century oils on board by TW 1997 of motor racing cars with occupants to include Jackie Stewart 1960, Niki Lauda 1974, Alain Prost 1983 and Thierry Boudin 1989 together with five other motor racing prints (9) £40 - £60 587 An African turned hardwood cup, a similar small drum, a rattle and a turned coopered barrel on stand (4) £60 - £90 588 A 20th Century coloured opaque glass light fitting designed by Christopher Wray, height 29cm £40 - £60 589 A chrome plated cocktail shaker of typical form with pierced, rotating outer sleeve to show ingredients to the frieze of cocktail names, height 28cm £40 - £60

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590 Four pieces of Chinese carved soapstone to include a seated figure of Pu-Tai Ho-Shang, height 12cm, an oval landscape plaque detailed with a pine tree and storks, height 21.5cm, a figural vase carved with three monkeys, width 18cm, and a scenic study of merchants loading a boat on a quayside, width 17.5cm, S/D. (4) £80 - £120 591 An early 20th Century Persian brass scribe’s combined pen case and inkwell with hinged lid fittings, complete with brass pen stem, length of case 25.5cm, S/D £40 - £60 592 A collection of four early 20th Century African vessels of gourd form, to include a blackened terracotta or earthenware example with bands of cross hatching above crescent shapes to the body, height 22cm, together with three similar turned wooden examples, each with a carved central band and one with applied copper decoration, varying heights, S/D. (4). ILLUSTRATED £100 - £150


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593 A 20th Century study of The Spirit of Ecstasy, bears signature Charles Sykes and R.R Ltd to base, all mounted to a later wooden base, height 19cm. ILLUSTRATED £200 - £300 594 A pair of reproduction brass table lamps of reeded column form with stepped square bases, height 71cm, together with a pair of smaller similar lamps, height 39cm. (4) £50 - £80 595 A late 19th Century leather writing case with hinged lid opening to a fully fitted interior £50 - £80 596 A set of five 19th Century German porcelain lithophanes depicting religious scenes and scenes of children. (5) £100 - £150 597 A late 19th Century Japanese carved ivory figure of a fisherman hauling in his nets filled with catch, S/D £40 - £60 598 A 19th Century three bottle oak tantalus with cut crystal glass bottles within a locked carry stand £50 - £80 599 An early 20th Century Japanese straw work model of a pagoda type house with figures in an associated domed display case and stand, height 42cm. ILLUSTRATED £120 - £180

599 600 A 19th Century mahogany paintbox by Windsor & Newton London, width 23cm and a small walnut work box (2) £70 - £100 601 A 19th Century brass inlaid mahogany writing box fitted with a secret drawer and interior, width 45cm and a similar smaller writing boxfitted with and end drawer, width 30cm (2) £60 - £90 602 Clarke Adam LL.D - The Holy Bible, folio edition, Liverpool 1815, later re-bound £40 - £60 603 A collection of five Victorian ambrotype photographs and a later photograph in a red leather case (6) £50 - £80 604 A pair of 19th Century oval side portrait miniatures of a Georgian lady and gentleman, painted on opaque glass, 10cm x 6.5cm £50 - £80

606 605 A collection of British and Commonwealth stamps contained in four albums (4) £80 - £120 606 A modern cast bronze replica of the Etruscan sculpture ‘Ombra Della Sera’, discovered in the 1700s, modelled as a young boy with a small round face and an elongated body, with original paper label to base Museo di Voterra, height 29cm. ILLUSTRATED £30 - £50 607 A Jubletone transfer printed floral decorated zither, width 36cm £20 - £30 608 A framed set of twenty five Players Dickens characters, 45cm x29cm £20 - £30 609 A 19th Century Berlin woolwork print of a musician instructing his pupil, framed, 31cm x 25cm £20 - £30

610 A Victorian walnut smokers cabinet fitted with three drawers enclosed by a pair of inlaid doors and a cribbage box, width 29cm (2) £50 - £80 611 A Max Handwerck German bisque head doll with open close eyes and mouth and jointed composition body wearing a lace embroidered dress and bonnet , length 56cm £60 - £80 612 A 19th Century marquetry inlaid walnut panel of a dancing cherub with a tamborine, a carved Japanese of a finch amidst pale flowers, a cribbage board, a truncheon and a papier mache watch stand (5) £50 - £80 613 A 20th Century carved hardwood figure of a peasant holding a fish, a snuff bottle decorated with cockerals fighting, a white metal box and cover, an ivory netsuke and five sandlewood figures (8) £40 - £60

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614 An Art Deco ash tray mounted with three gilt angel fish on a grey veined marble base, a small balloon clock and a Wedgwood black basalt oval plaque (3) £50 - £80 615 An album of late Victorian photographs together with a small collection of greetings cards, Christmas, birthday etc (qty) £40 - £60

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616 A Victorian chromolithograph printed Christmas greetings card in the form of a fan titled ‘The Language Of Flowers’ in separate quiver holder, together with a mechanical string pull operated floral greetings card and other Christmas cards (qty). ILLUSTRATED £80 - £120 617 Two Edwardian French printed anatomical books titled ‘Le Corps Humain Anatomie de la Femme and de L’Homme each showing various stages of dissection of the human body (2). ILLUSTRATED £50 - £80

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618 A Hardy’s Brothers brown pig skin cast case in the form of a satchel and a small tooled leather case with embossed kingfisher design (2) £80 - £120 619 A 1930s cigarette case painted with a naked female and cupid together with a cased manicure set, a Pivoter, various copper printing blocks, dominoes, miniature chess set etc (qty) £40 - £60

620 A pair of Victorian brass fire dogs and a miniature tilt top loo table (3) £40 - £60 621 A late 19th Century brass stamp box modelled as an owl head with green glass set eyes, hinged cover opening to three sectioned interior, width 10cm, S/D. ILLUSTRATED £100 - £150 622 A matched pair of brass sprung hand letter clips each by J & E Ratcliff, Birmingham, length 14cm. (2). ILLUSTRATED £80 - £120

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623 A 18th Century Continental painted enamel on copper waisted double snuff box with gilt copper mounts decorated with camels and figures, possibly scenes of Silk Road and further figures to the hinged cover interiors, height 7cm A/F. ILLUSTRATED £300 - £500 624 A Victorian brass oil lamp with cast foliate base and cranberry reservoir and shade, height 66cm £60 - £90 625 A pair of late 19th Century Japanese cloisonne vases, a Japanese gold and silver base metal cigarette case together with a pair of yellow embroidered panels decorated with butterflies and fauna, a pair of chinese shoes and two fans (9) £70 - £100 626 A 19th Century Austrian cold painted bronze figure of a cat thrashing a kitten together with various lead miniature dogs playing musical instruments (qty) £80 - £120 627 A collection of assorted 19th and early 20th Century children’s books to include Freddy Frizzylocks with pictures by Angusine MacGregor published by Blackie & Son Limited, Uncle Remus, The Pied Piper of Hameline illustrated by Kate Greenaway, R. Caldecott’s Picture Book No.2, Pictures by T.Pym, Other Folks at Home a Trip Through Europe published by Dean & Co together with three ‘Henry’ series cigarette cards albums and pages from a Victorian decoupage scrapbook (qty) £60 - £90

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628 A late 19th Century children’s education book titled ‘Recreational Instructions’ published by Edmonston & Douglas Edinburgh £50 - £80 629 Two Maineville circular childrens musical boxes, each playing a single air (2). ILLUSTRATED £50 - £80 630 A Victorian brass letter clip in the form of a hand mounted on a wooden plaque, another of a brass cockerel and envelope, a miniature copper kettle, a travelling inkwell, a model of a plough, a trench lighter also an enamelled Chinese tray and two boxes (9) £150 - £200 631 A brass needle case named ‘The Quadruple Golden Casket’ by Thomas Savage London, also a small gilt metal purse with cameo insert, a mother of pearl notebook shaped as a fan and a maple framed Valentine (4) £150 - £200

632 A 19th Century gilt photograph frame in glazed mount and mahogany case, 31cm x 28cm £50 - £80

635 An 18th Century oak storage/deed box fitted with triple lock action, width 50cm £50 - £80

633 An early 20th Century five string banjo inlaid with star design to the reverse, A/F length 92cm £50 - £80

636 A 19th Century birds eye maple work box with fitted interior and a similar figured walnut work box, width 30cm (2) £60 - £90

634 A Victorian carved oak newel post in the form of a bearded man tapering with recessed floral panels, height 57cm £50 - £80

637 A Jacques ‘Regulation’ croquet set in a pine case, width of case 106cm £40 - £60

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638 A late 19th to early 20th Century Chinese bamboo brush pot, carved in deep relief to one side with figures and buildings within a pine tree lined landscape, height 17.5cm, S/D £100 - £150 639 An early 20th Century rosewood wheel barometer with brass register, thermometer and dry/damp dials all within a stencilled foliate border, Bevington, Hanley, length 96cm, S/D £100 - £150 640 An early 20th Century bevelled edged wall oak mounted mirror in the shape of a horseshoe, width 43cm £40 - £60 641 An early 20th Century mahogany wheel barometer, silvered register below conforming thermometer, the case detailed with inlaid shell decoration, length 95cm. S/D £100 - £150 642 ✦ A 19th Century three band percussion musket stamped with tower mark, brass trigger guard and ram rod, barrel 95cm £80 - £120 643 ✦ A 19th Century Flintlock large bore musket with brass trigger guard and later ram rod, barrel 91cm £80 - £120 644 ✦ A 19th Century percussion musket with damascus barrel by Weston Brighton with ram rod, barrel 75cm £70 - £100 645 ✦ A 19th Century brass cornered mahogany writing slope with fitted interior and two glass inkwells each top inset with a gilt coronet and named G Riddle London, width 42cm £60 - £90

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646 ✦ A 19th Century brass cornered and banded mahogany writing slope with tooled leather fitted interior, width 46cm £60 - £90 647 ✦ A small enamelled pictorial advertising sign for ‘Ansells Aston ale brewed in Birmingham’, 51cm x 15cm £100 - £150 648 ✦ A black painted and a brass compass by T G.Co Ltd 1944, a magnetic marching MK1 compass and a similar Japanese compass in leather case. (4) £60 - £90 649 ✦ A socket bayonet and a horn hunting horn with brass fitting (2) £40 - £60 650 ✦ A 19th Century rosewood cased wheel barometer by Negretti & Zambra London incorporating a thermometer within scroll frame, height 97cm £80 - £120

655 655 ✦ An HMV oak cased horn gramophone with replica brass witches horn, reproducer and winder, width 39cm. ILLUSTRATED £100 - £150 656 ✦ An HMV model 102 portable wind up gramophone complete with reproducer and winder in blue leather case, width 41cm £80 - £120

651 ✦ A Victorain carved oak aneroid barometer by Curtis Horspool Leicester, S/D, height 90cm £50 - £80 652 ✦ A 19th Century brass banded mahogany writing slope with fitted beize lined interior, width 45.5cm and a similar rosewood writing box, width 41cm (2) £60 - £90 653 ✦ A bottle of Kings ale for the 1902 Coronation and two bottles of 1929 Bass Princess ale, unopened (3) £60 - £90 654 ✦ A copper and brass banded bugle for the 23rd Royal Welch Fusiliers, length 30cm and a model cast iron canon and wooden truck, width 30cm (2) £50 - £80

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657 657 ✦ A Cinch Zonophone re-entrant oak cased gramophone the internal louvred speakers enclosed by a pair of doors, width 31cm. ILLUSTRATED £100 - £150


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658 ✦ An embossed copper powder flask, a similar plain example and various brass pistol ball moulds £40 - £60 659 A large late 19th to early 20th Century pewter tray by L Coudray of oval section depicting a maiden in flowing robes upon a boat pulled by dolphins and a merman blowing a conch shell horn all within a scalloped border, signed within the decoration, width 46cm £150 - £200 660 Three mid 20th Century autograph books to include Marianne Faithful, Shirley Bassey, Roy Orbison, Paul McCartney, Dusty Springfield etc, with a small parcel lot of postcards £40 - £60 661 A 19th Century brass cornered mahogany writing slope with fitted interior, width 46cm £40 - £60

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662 A 19th Century tortoiseshell tea caddy of rectangular outline with canted corners and ivory stringing, the shallow domed lid opening to reveal two lidded compartments, the whole on four silvered ball feet, length 16cm, height 14cm, S/D. ILLUSTRATED £150 - £250

666 A large quantity of late 19th to early 20th Century dance cards, mostly relating to Kate Ralston of Hillhead, Glasgow, daughter of William Ralston, artist and illustrator for Punch magazine and The Graphic, and photographer at Ralston and Sons, Hillhead Glasgow £30 - £50

663 An Edwardian satinwood crossbanded mahogany stationary cabinet, width 34cm, a small carved oak stool and an oak smokers cabinet enclosed by a carved door , length 48cm (3) £60 - £90

667 A collection of nine Japanese painted papier mache masks various subjects and characters (9) £50 - £80

664 Two cased sets of nine and ten early 20th Century Chinese black ink stones embossed with characters and symbols and detailed in gilt and colour on a black ground, each in recessed cases (2). ILLUSTRATED £100 - £150 665 A 20th Century terracotta bust of a classical female with flowing hair and shoulder length bust on inverted base, height 65cm £80 - £120

668 A pair of gilt metal rectangular easel photograph frames, each with applied oak leaf decoration and opal style cabochons to the corners, height 16cm x width 11cm, unmarked (2) £60 - £90 669 A Keswick School of Industrial Art copper teapot of ovoid form, with a string bound handle and Bakelite finial, height 11.5cm, together with a milk jug, height 7.5cm, with loop handle and sugar bowl of plain form, diameter 8.5cm, all stamped, all S/D, a Keswick School of Industrial Art small copper bowl of plain form, stamped, diameter 11cm, an unmarked copper tankard, an embossed plaque of foliate design, diameter 22cm and a circular planished bowl with cover, diameter 25cm, all S/D. (7) £100 - £150

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670 Sixteen printed engravings of views of Bridgnorth published by C Edkins Market Place and a similar book containing thirty two views of Rnyl (2) £30 - £50 671 A Victorian oak cased octagonal drop dial wall clock, height 78cm and a small oval wall mirror (2) £40 - £60 672 A German Armand Marseille bisque headed doll with sleepy eyes, open mouth and jointed composition body, head marked 1894 A.M. DEP size 4 1/2 £50 - £80 673 A 19th Century mahogany tea merchants sample caddy case, recessed brass carrying handle, Bramah lock stamped Chapman Son & Co Charterhouse Buildings London E C, with hinged cover opening to reveal a compartmentalised interior of twelve divisions, each named as follows ‘Gunpowder’, ‘ Hyson No 2’, ‘Flowering Pekoe’, ‘Pekoe’, ‘Imperial’, ‘Young Hyson No 1’, ‘Orange Peko’, ‘Pekoe Souchong’, ‘Hyson No 1’, ‘Young Hyson No 2’, ‘Broken Orange Pekoe’ and ‘Souchong’, width 35cm. ILLUSTRATED £300 - £500

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674 A replica 19th Century brass and bronze tazza modelled as classical maiden with outstretched hands holding a bowl, diameter 24cm £40 - £60 675 An extensive collection of world stamps to include various countries China, Far East, Europe and others contained in albums and loose (qty) £60 - £90 676 A 19th Century inlaid wheel barometer with silvered circular dial incorporating dry/damp dial and thermometer, height 97cm £80 - £120 677 An original Daily Mail newspaper reporting on the sinking of the Titanic together with various war time newspapers and related ephemera (qty) £80 - £120 678 A later 20th Century carved green hardstone figure of a seal, bears label to the base, Eskiom Art - Esquimau - Canada, length 18cm. and a pale green koro and cover (2) £60 - £90

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679 679 An early 20th Century Pietra Dura plaque decorated with the four suits of playing cards, 11cm x 16.5cm together with a polished cube of Blue John feldspar and a similar shaped egg paperweight (3). ILLUSTRATED £60 - £90 680 An Edwardian inlaid mahogany serving tray depicting a scene from the bay at Rio de Janeiro, width 72cm and a rosewood box titled Cards, width 26cm (2) £50 - £80 681 A collection of GB and Commonwealth stamps to include two tuppenny blues contained in various albums and a quantity of loose stamps. (qty) £70 - £100


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682 A 19th Century painted miniature of a Georgian gentleman wearing a black coat and a similar study of a female in a white ruff. (2) £50 - £80

685 685 A 19th Century carved white marble figure of Hotei with attendants, later painted panels, height 17cm. ILLUSTRATED £50 - £80 686 A 20th Century Regency style Toleware red and gilt painted jardinere with lion mask ring handles on a shaped and waisted pedestal base, height 28cm £60 - £90

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683 A 19th Century carved treen nutcracker in the form of Mr Punch, with a tapered and faceted screw handle, length 19.5cm, S/D. ILLUSTRATED £100 - £150 684 A late 19th to early 20th Century carved walnut nutcracker in the form of a Breton style smiling character wearing a hat, height 18cm. ILLUSTRATED £80 - £120

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687 A mid 20th Century plaster bust of the young Roman emperor Augustus on a socle base, height 54cm. ILLUSTRATED £50 - £80 688 A mid 20th Century plaster bust of a young Napoleon on wedge shaped base, height 44cm. ILLUSTRATED £50 - £80 689 A 19th Century brass magic lantern by Newton & Co London adjustable lens in black case together with a similar lantern spares and slides (qty) £50 - £80 690 A collection of five various stitched leather suitcases (5) £50 - £80

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691-802 Clocks to include those from the estate of William Twyford

701 An early 20th Century brass carriage clock, Arabic numerals and foliate swag details to a white enamelled dial below carrying handle, height 11cm, S/D £60 - £90

693 691 A 1930s Art Deco mantle clock with a rectangular smoky blue glass panel with a central dial between white metal fittings and base, height 15cm. S/D £30 - £50 692 An early 20th Century Arts and Crafts oak mantel clock with carved Glasgow roses around the circular dial £80 - £120 693 An early 20th Century French rouge marble and gilt metal mounted clock garniture, the portico style clock with a white enamelled dial decorated with floral swags, the movement stamped 1009 and ‘Bazar de L’Hotel de Ville, Paris’, height 40cm, together with a pair of urn shaped obelisks ensuite, height 34cm, S/D. (3). ILLUSTRATED £200 - £300

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694 694 A late 19th Century French gilt mantle clock with eight day striking movement, ther circular white enamelled dial signed ‘Lenoir a’ Paris’, the case inset with Sevres style panels depicting figures and amorini and flanked by two similar cherubs on a stepped gadrooned base and scroll feet, height 53cm. ILLUSTRATED £300 - £400 695 A 19th Century inlaid mahogany drop dial wall clock, with eight day movement and circular dial, height 82cm, together with a brown and white glazed pottery cased mantle clock in the Aesthetic style, height 38cm. (2) £60 - £90 696 A 17th Century style brass lantern clock with weight driven movement, the circular brass dial inscribed Charles Hewitt Coventry Fecit, height 37cm, with Victorian carved oak bracket (2) £100 - £150

697 A late 19th to early 20th Century brass lantern clock, inscribed Jn Calver Woodbridge, with single fusee movement below a bell, height 25cm £60 - £90 698 A small late 19th to early 20th Century brass lantern clock with weight driven movement and oak bracket, together with three small 20th Century brass lantern clocks. (4) £60 - £90 699 A 19th Century mahogany longcase clock, the painted dial with seconds and date aperture signed ‘Isaac Vickers, Lancaster’ with eight day striking movement enclosed by a hood over an arched beaded edge door and canted plinth base, height 212cm £200 - £300 700 A late 19th Century miniature French brass carriage clock, white enamelled dial, height 8cm £60 - £90

702 An early 20th Century mahogany mantle clock with eight day striking movement, Roman numerals to a silvered dial, the arch shaped case with brass inlaid foliate details and strung border, all raised on four bun feet, height 32cm £100 - £150 703 A 19th Century French spelter figural mantle clock with an eight day movement, Roman numerals to a white enamelled circular dial with a standing Classical lady in attendance, the movement marked ‘Japy Freres et Cie’, all to a polished rectangular black slate base raised on two bracket and two bun feet, height 52cm, width 38cm £150 - £200 704 A 20th Century mahogany cased mantle clock with silvered dial and chapter ring on bracket plinth base, height 20cm £40 - £60 705 An early 20th Century brass carriage clock with Roman numerals to a white enamelled dial, all below carrying handle, height 11cm £60 - £90


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William Twyford 1928 - 2018 William Twyford was born into a large family in Erdington a suburb of Birmingham. Aged 14, he started work at Harry Masons, who were bar fitters, pewterers and brass founders. Masons factory manufactured and maintained equipment for the pub trade using nineteenth century methods of manufacture, it was here Bill learnt how to spin and turn metal on a ‘plain’ lathe using hand tools only. He was one of the few people who could still turn a screw thread using a hand chaser, a type of chisel. As a young lad Bill was sent out to learn ‘on the job’ and being wartime meant using the tram. On one occasion, he was to assist a plumber to replace a toilet. They were carrying all the bits for the work, tools, pipes and a porcelain pedestal. The porcelain lavatory was put next to the driver on the open tram platform; Bill sat on top and travelled in comfort to the amusement of the other passengers. He worked for Harry Masons for eighteen years taking a break for National service in the Royal Engineers where he was stationed in Germany, Greece and Egypt Bill left the factory and joined Ansel’s of Aston Cross as a travelling bar fitter. As he once put it himself ‘doing the vital peacetime work of keeping the beer flowing’ It was a job with a certain advantage. Once out of the depot, provided the work was completed, you were your own man which meant he was able to visit auction houses, view lots and leave bids all the while kindling a passion for old clocks. Building on those old skills learnt at Harry Masons, he taught himself to make, mend and breathe life into old and tired and clocks… he had found his true vocation He retired early to set up shop as a full time clock repairer; he had a small workshop behind the Bromsgrove Museum. Bill’s workshop could be wonderfully disorganised but he had a band of loyal customers even if he once mixed up two very similar clocks. It was only after his Doctor said his clock had gained a mysterious silver presentation plaque that the penny dropped, right customer, wrong clock! Bill Twyford was a very sociable man, always full of stories and this was a favourite: one time he needed a glass dome for a gilded clock. He found what he wanted but it came with a stuffed and mounted cat. Well the cat was already seventy years old, it hadn’t been very well when it died and the taxidermist wasn’t the best. Poor old puss had a nasty grin and mad staring eyes. Bill loaded his treasure into the back of his car and set off into the night. Every time he looked in the rear view mirror he saw the cat staring back. Then the cats eyes lit up in the headlights of the oncoming traffic, mile after mile the cat grinned and the eyes lit up, the cat was taking possession. Enough was enough, Bill pulled over, grabbed the stuffed cat and flung it as hard as he could into the hedge. He missed his aim and the cat landed high up in a tree. From then on each time he came round that bend there was the cat staring back and the eyes lit up In later years Bill lived in a flat as eccentric as himself above the shops in Bromsgrove. He still repaired clocks for his old customers, he was taking things easier. He finished his last clock only days before he was taken ill. Chris Moseley (Nephew)

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706 ✦ A late Regency brass inlaid mantle clock, the circular painted dial above a rectangular plinth decorated with two fish amidst acanthus leaves on bun feet, width 36cm A/F £100 - £150

710 ✦ A 20th Century brass skeleton clock, single fusee movement with pendulum on a velvet and mahogany base with glass dome, height 36cm A/F. ILLUSTRATED £150 - £250

707 ✦ A 19th Century carved oak Black Forest cuckoo mantle clock, in a dome shaped Gothic style case with stepped plinth base, height 64cm A/F. ILLUSTRATED £150 - £200 708 ✦ A 20th Century French walnut Bulle mantle clock, with a battery operated movement and a silvered circular dial, height 26cm, together with a similar line inlaid mahogany mantle clock, the dial signed ‘Weeks, Bradford’, height 30cm (2) A/F £70 - £100 709 ✦ A 17th Century style and later converted brass lantern clock, with fusee movement and pendulum below a bell and finial, pierced mounts and engraved acanthus leaf centre on brass ball feet, unnamed, height 39cm A/F. ILLUSTRATED £400 - £600

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711 ✦ A 19th Century rosewood veneered drop dial wall clock, painted circular dial with single fusee movement and carved floral side mounts, height 58cm A/F £100 - £150 712 ✦ A late 19th Century circular oak cased wall clock, the painted dial signed ‘Evans & Son, Soho Clock Factory, Birmingham’, diameter 48cm A/F £120 - £180

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715 ✦ A 19th Century mahogany bracket clock the silvered chapter ring inscribed Bell Mount St, with eight day fusee movement striking on a bell, the case with applied decoration and reeded pilasters on brass feet, height 50cm A/F. ILLUSTRATED £300 - £400

717 ✦ An early 19th Century inlaid ebonised musical bracket clock in an architectural style case, signed ‘E Trail, Edgware Road, Marylebone’, with a twin fusee movement striking on eight graduated bells and with a circular silvered dial A/F. ILLUSTRATED £1000 - £1500

716 ✦ A late 19th Century inlaid mahogany balloon shaped mantle clock with fusee movement striking on a gong, the case decorated with musical instruments below a circular dial on ogee bracket feet, height 49cm A/F. ILLUSTRATED £250 - £350

718 ✦ A late 18th Century brass inlaid mahogany cased bracket clock, signed ‘Thomas Brown, Birmingham’, with a silvered arch dial with strike/silent feature and date aperture, eight day twin fusee movement, enclosed by an arch door on ogee bracket feet, height 51cm A/F. ILLUSTRATED £800 - £1200

713 ✦ A George IV line inlaid mahogany bracket clock, circular enamelled dial and eight day fusee movement on brass ball feet, height 41cm A/F £250 - £350 714 ✦ A William IV mahogany cased drop dial wall clock, circular painted dial with single fusee movement, height 55cm A/F £150 - £200

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718 719 ✦ A late 19th to early 20th Century gilt metal mounted onyx mantle clock with eight day striking movement on scroll feet, height 42cm A/F. ILLUSTRATED £120 - £180 720 ✦ A late 19th Century French brass carriage clock in cartouche case with bevelled glass panels and white enamelled dial, height 12cm in leather carrying case A/F £60 - £90

722 ✦ A 19th Century inlaid mahogany longcase clock by Macdonald Liverpool with eight day striking movement painted dial and moon phase enclosed by pillared hood over an inlaid frieze and shaped door on canted plinth base, height 236cm A/F £300 - £400

721 ✦ A late 19th Century French brass carriage clock with white enamelled dial, height 10.5cm and leather carrying case and a similar brass carriage clock, height 11cm high (2) A/F £60 - £90

723 723 ✦ A 19th Century inlaid mahogany longcase clock with eight day striking movement, the broken arch painted dial signed ‘William Hogarth, Manchester’, detailed with the soldier’s farewell, incorporating moonphase, enclosed by a pillared hood over a lancet shaped door on canted plinth base and ogee bracket feet, height 245cm A/F. ILLUSTRATED £300 - £400

724 724 ✦ A 19th Century ebonised longcase clock of architectural form, thirty hour movement with silvered chapter ring and seconds subsidiary dial and matted centre enclosed by a brass capital pillared hood over a fielded panelled door on canted plinth base, height 214cm A/F. ILLUSTRATED £250 - £350

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726 ✦ A 19th Century oak longcase clock, painted circular dial indistinctly inscribed Lichfield enclosed by a pillared hood and dentil cornice over a long shaped trunk door on canted and panelled plinth base, height 218cm A/F £150 - £200 727 ✦ A 1930s mahogany cased Grandmother clock with circular Arabic dial and two similar later oak cased clocks (3) A/F £60 - £90 728 A 19th Century oak longcase clock case with brass capital pillared hood and a similar case, no movements (2) A/F £50 - £80 729 ✦ A 19th Century stained oak longcase clock case with arched hood and turned ovoid finials, height 250cm, together with a similar oak long case clock case, height 221cm, no movements. (2) A/F £50 - £80

725 725 ✦ An early 19th Century and later oak longcase clock, the silvered chapter ring inscribed ‘Harrocks, Emot (Eamont) Bridge’, eight day movement engraved acanthus centre and arched date aperture enclosed by a plain pillared hood over a long trunk door on canted plinth base, height 198cm A/F. ILLUSTRATED £150 - £250

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730 ✦ An 18th Century and later oak cased longcase clock with an eight day striking movement, the dial with subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, bearing signature for Henry Deykin Worcester, enclosed by a plain pillared hood over an arched crossbanded long door on plinth base, height 204cm A/F £150 - £200

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731 731 ✦ An early 19th Century ebonised regulator longcase clock, the circular silvered dial inscribed Thos. W. Field (Thomas White Field) Aylesbury with seconds subsidiary dial enclosed by a brass bezel door over a long glazed trunk door on plinth base, height 215cm A/F. ILLUSTRATED £600 - £900 732 ✦ An 18th Century and later cased oak longcase clock, the silver chapter ring inscribed ‘William Glover, Worcester’ and with subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, with an eight day striking movement, enclosed by a pillared hood over a crossbanded long trunk door on a bracket plinth base, height 230cm A/F £250 - £350

733 733 ✦ An 18th Century and later cased oak longcase clock with silvered chapter ring and the boss inscribed John Tolson London, with eight day striking movement seconds subsidiary dial and date aperture enclosed by an arched pillared hood over a long trunk door and canted plinth base, height 223cm A/F. ILLUSTRATED £350 - £450


Clocks

734 734 ✦ An 18th Century black Chinoiserie lacquered longcase clock, the silvered chapter ring inscribed ‘George Yeats, Maldon’, incorporating subsidiary dial and date aperture enclosed by a pillared arch hood over a long trunk door on canted plinth base, height 224cm A/F. ILLUSTRATED £500 - £800 735 ✦ An early 19th oak longcase clock with thirty hour movement, the engraved brass dial signed ‘James Freeman, Bristol’, with silvered chapter ring and date aperture enclosed by a glazed pillared hood over a short trunk door on canted plinth base, height 205cm A/F £150 - £250

737 737 ✦ An early 19th Century oak longcase clock with engraved brass dial inscribed Oldham Southam, thirty hour movement enclosed by a plain glazed hood over a long trunk door and bracket plinth base, height 218cm A/F. ILLUSTRATED £120 - £180 738 ✦ An 18th Century and later oak cased longcase clock with a thirty hour movement, the brass dial inscribed ‘Henry Deykin, Worcester’ and numbered 1097’, enclosed by a pillared hood over a long trunk door on canted plinth base, height 218cm A/F £150 - £250

739 739 ✦ A 19th Century inlaid mahogany longcase clock with an eight day movement, the painted dial signed ‘Eardley, Aberavon’, detailed with a huntsman and spaniels enclosed by a spiral arch glazed pillar hood over a short trunk door and canted bracket plinth base, height 210cm A/F. ILLUSTRATED £150 - £200 740 ✦ An early 19th Century and later oak cased longcase clock, the brass dial inscribed Jn Lewis Llanidloes, with thirty hour movement enclosed by a plain pillar hood over a shaped trunk door and panel plinth base, height 199cm A/F £120 - £180

736 ✦ An 18th Century and later oak longcase clock with a thirty hour movement, the silvered centre and chapter ring inscribed ‘Henry Deykin, Worcester’ and numbered 1338, enclosed by a plain pillared hood over a shell paterae inlaid door on canted panelled plinth base, height 202cm A/F £150 - £250

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741 741 ✦ A mid 19th Century cast iron Turret clock by ‘Smith & Sons, St Johns Square, Clerkenwell’, with twin winding barrels below an arrangement of eight cogs housed in a blue painted Gothic style frame, complete with pendulum, winder and brass bell, and later associated stand a blue fibreglass dial A/F. ILLUSTRATED £800 - £1200

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Clocks

752 ✦ An Edwardian inlaid mahogany balloon cased mantle clock with an eight day movement striking on a gong, the dial signed ‘Finnigans, Manchester’ raised to brass cushion feet, height 38.5cm A/F £60 - £90

742 ✦ A 19th Century mahogany drop dial wall clock, the circular dial indistinctly signed Malvern with single fusee movement and carved mounts to case, height 58cm A/F £60 - £90 743 ✦ A single fusee wall clock with circular dial, together with a walnut octagonal cased drop dial wall clock with single fusee movement, height 65cm and an American mahogany cased wall clock, height 65cm (3) A/F £60 - £90 744 ✦ Three postman’s circular mahogany framed wall clocks (3) A/F £60 - £90

748 748 ✦ A thirty hour long case clock movement, striking on a bell, the brass dial inscribed ‘Jos Quarman, Temple Cloud’, with subsidiary silvered seconds dial A/F. ILLUSTRATED £80 - £120

747 ✦ A 19th Century figured walnut wall clock with twin fusee movement and lyre shaped pendulum, the dial signed ‘Harthill, Birmingham’ enclosed by a glazed door below an arch pediment and a trumpet shaped base and turned finial, height 123cm A/F £250 - £350

754 ✦ A thirty hour brass longcase clock movement inscribed R Stevens Bridgnorth A/F £70 - £100 755 ✦ A thirty hour brass longcase clock movement inscribed ‘Nat. Voyce, M Dean’, together with a similar movement inscribed ‘Wm. Crawshaw (or Cranshan), Worsbrough’ (2) A/F £60 - £90

745 ✦ A late 19th Century ebonised and part walnut cased weight driven regulator wall clock with circular white enamelled dial, height 118cm A/F £80 - £120 746 ✦ A 19th Century walnut cased regulator wall clock with circular white enamelled dial enclosed by a glazed door, height 107cm A/F £50 - £80

753 ✦ A thirty hour brass longcase clock movement with silvered chapter ring inscribed F Dicker Silchester, the engraved centre with date aperture, lacking bell A/F £50 - £80

749 749 ✦ A thirty hour longcase clock movement striking on a bell, the brass dial with pierced spandrels, subsidiary seconds dial, date aperture and a silvered chapter ring, the engraved centre inscribed ‘Geo Womersley’ A/F. ILLUSTRATED £80 - £120 750 ✦ A thirty hour brass longcase clock movement striking on a bell with engraved corner floral and bow decoration A/F £50 - £80 751 ✦ A thirty hour brass longcase clock movement striking on a bell with date aperture inscribed Richard Richardson Crowley A/F £80 - £120

756 ✦ A thirty hour brass longcase clock movement inscribed S Wilmshurst Balinstoke together with two small eight day spring driven movements (3) A/F £80 - £120 757 ✦ A thirty hour brass longcase clock movement the floral engraved and matted centre inscribed Thos Boulton Fecit, pierced corner spandrels A/F £100 - £150 758 ✦ A thirty hour brass longcase clock movement striking on a bell, inscribed ‘Washbourn, Gloucester’, with subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture A/F £70 - £100

759 ✦ A thirty hour brass longcase clock movement inscribed Edwd How Holford and dated 1764, the centre decorated with birds and scrolls, pierced brass spandrels A/F £60 - £90 760 ✦ A small thirty hour brass longcase clock movement striking on a bell with arch brass dial inscribed Rich Wright Witham A/F £80 - £120 761 ✦ A thirty hour brass longcase clock movement with silvered chapter ring inscribed Wm Mayhew Woodbridge, acanthus decorated with pierced corner spandrels A/F £100 - £150 762 ✦ A thirty hour brass longcase clock movement with silvered chapter ring and centre inscribed H Deeme Honiton, pierced corner spandrels A/F £80 - £120 763 ✦ A thirty hour longcase clock movement with silvered chapter ring and recessed centre inscribed W Barnard Newark 1139 with brass corner spandrels A/F £80 - £120 764 ✦ A thirty hour brass longcase clock movement with archdate aperture, unnamed and pierced corner spandrels A/F £60 - £90 765 ✦ A thirty hour brass longcase clock movement, the brass dial with corner spandrels, inscribed ‘H Fristram, Tamworth’ with subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture A/F £80 - £120

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766 ✦ An eight day longcase clock dial, the arch brass dial inscribed John Carr with seconds dial and date aperture and coronet corner spandrels and two other eight day dials inscribed Sam Lomax and W Eastwood Burnley, no movements (3) A/F £60 - £90 767 ✦ A thirty hour brass longcase clock dial bearing a name plate inscribed ‘Jn Brown, Worcester’ and with the chapter ring inscribed ‘Edward Smith’ and a similar brass dial signed ‘Tantum, Loscoe’, no movements (2) A/F £60 - £90 768 ✦ A thirty hour brass longcase clock dial inscribed ‘Jonas Barbers’ with date aperture and a similar dial inscribed ‘James Goodwin, Acle’ (2) A/F £60 - £90 769 ✦ A thirty hour brass longcase clock dial inscribed Richard Stedman Goldalming and another unnamed dial (2) A/F £50 - £80

774 ✦ An eight day longcase clock movement with floral painted broken arch dial, unnamed, together with a similar converted dial and movement signed ‘James Webb, Froome’ and another broken arch painted dial and movement signed ‘Richardson, Easingwold’ (3) A/F £60 - £90 775 ✦ Four incomplete carved walnut Black Forrest cuckoo clocks, a cuckoo mantle clock and, a painted floral dial Black Forrest clock and a small inlaid mantle clock together with some weights and pendulum (qty) A/F £70 - £100 776 ✦ A 19th Century French gilt marble mantle clock eight day movement on stepped base and brass ball feet, height 40cm and a Victorian black slate mantle clock with anchor escapement (2) A/F £70 - £100

770 ✦ A collection of seven incomplete thirty hour brass longcase clock movements, also various pendulums and the arch to a dial engraved ‘Tempus Fugit’ (qty) A/F £50 - £100

773 ✦ A thirty hour longcase clock movement by G Dawson Sudbury, painted dial and a similar dial by Richard Francis Attleburgh (2) A/F £50 - £80

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779 ✦ Two early 20th Century glazed pottery mantle clocks with eight day movements and with blue and brown coloured cases, of urn shaped form and with dolphin shaped handles. (2) A/F £50 - £80 780 ✦ A 17th Century style brass lantern clock with spring driven movement engraved dial below pieced mounts and bell, height 30cm A/F £60 - £90 781 ✦ A 17th Century style brass lantern clock with spring driven movement silvered chapter ring and pierced mounts, a similar smaller example, a small French ebonised cased alarm clock and a post war brass face wall mounted clock (4) A/F £50 - £80 782 ✦ A collection of clock spares and accessories to include a large quantity of mantle clock keys, longcase clock winders contained in a metal filing cabinet (qty) A/F £80 - £120

771 ✦ A thirty hour painted longcase clock dial and movement striking on a bell by E Smith Newark with date aperture and a similar arch dial and movement decorated with fisherman on a shoreline (2) A/F £60 - £90 772 ✦ A thirty hour longcase clock dial signed ‘B Harris, Liverpool’ with date aperture painted with swans below a rotunda, together with a similar square dial and movement signed ‘Fenton, Tamworth’ (2) A/F £70 - £100

778 ✦ A 20th Century red Chinoiserie lacquered bracket clock case decorated with figures in the traditional style, no movement, height 30cm together with two white enamelled circular dials and movements (3) A/F £50 - £80

783 ✦ Robery J - The longcase clock reference book in two volumes together with a large quantity of specialist clock reference books (qty) A/F £70 - £100

777 777 ✦ A late 19th Century Continental painted porcelain mantle clock in the rococo style formed in two parts, the top section in the form of a pirate resting by an anchor above a dial standing on a separate base, height 46cm and a similar spelter mantle clock of a soldier holding a musket, the movement stamped Henry Marc Paris, height 36cm (2) A/F. ILLUSTRATED £60 - £90

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784 ✦ A small 19th Century cast iron and brass turret clock movement, signed ‘Sir J Bennett Ltd, 65 Cheapside, London’ and numbered 1167, housed in a green painted pierced open frame, height 40cm A/F. ILLUSTRATED £400 - £600 785 ✦ A large collection of 20th Century and home constructed longcase clock hands, also brass eagle and ball finials, bells, pendulums and weights (qty) A/F £100 - £150


Clocks

796 A 19th Century oak and mahogany crossbanded longcase clock case, with twin swan neck pediment, height 226cm, lacking dial and movement, but pendulum and weights are present £50 - £80 797 A collection of longcase and wall clock weights, to include six pairs of longcase weights, a pair of cone shaped regulator wall clock weights and various other single weights. (qty) £50 - £80 798 A small collection of longcase and wall clock pendulums. (qty) £30 - £50

784 786 ✦ A collection of longcase clock brass pierced corner spandrels some in sets of four, also corner mounts and capitals including a pair of mahogany pilasters (qty) A/F £50 - £80 787 ✦ Two brass ball finials each mounted with an eagle and various other brass finials, chains, suspensions, pendulums and accessories (qty) A/F £50 - £80 788 ✦ A collection of brass barrel and cast pine cone regulator clock weights, also various turned wood finials, mouldings, dial backs, keys and clockmakers tools (qty) A/F £50 - £80

789 ✦ A Lorch watchmakers lathe with 6mm diameter collets and some accessories in a mahogany case, together with an Imanhorf watch makers lathe with 8mm collets, boxed (2) A/F £100 - £200 790 ✦ A Chronos wheel cutting engine on mahogany base and a Pinion watchmakers cutting engine (2) A/F £100 - £150 791 ✦ A Manhorp watchmakers lathe with collets and some 8mm collets, boxed A/F £50 - £80 792 ✦ A Seig lathe, another similar lathe with motors and a Proxxor drill (qty) A/F £50 - £80

793 ✦ A MKS Staking outfit, a boxed staking tool together with two motors and accessories (qty) A/F £100 - £150 794 ✦ A mainspring winder, a clock wheel depthing tool, a clock spring winder and a Jacobs pivoting tool, cased (4) A/F £50 - £80 795 A 19th Century Austrian walnut regulator wall clock, circular Arabic dial and embossed pendulum decorated with a bird enclosed by a glazed door, height 86cm £70 - £100

799 A 19th Century mahogany longcase clock with an eight day movement, the 13’’ broken arch painted dial with moonphase, subsidiary seconds and date aperture, signed ‘Thos. Miles, Bath’, height 216cm, A/F £200 - £300 800 An early 20th Century oak cased clocking in clock, the dial signed ‘International Time Recording Co. Ltd, London’, height 112cm £70 - £90 801 A Victorian oak mantle clock of architectural form, with eight day striking movement on stepped plinth base, height 44cm £200 - £300 802 A small 20th Century brass steeple skeleton clock with single fusee movement on a circular mahogany base and glass dome, height 30cm £70 - £100

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804 813

803 An early 20th Century mahogany folio stand or bookcase, with central division to the upper section, raised to slender turned supports and pad feet. ILLUSTRATED £50 - £80

809 A 19th Century mahogany bijouterie cabinet of small proportions, the glazed top above a compartmental interior on square tapered legs united by a pierced stretcher, width 32cm £50 - £80

804 A George III oak and mahogany crossbanded lowboy fitted with three drawers above a shaped apron on turned legs and pad, width 79cm. ILLUSTRATED £80 - £120

810 A small occasional table on glass legs, a tapestry stool and a footstool (3) £40 - £60

805 A 20th Century carved camphorwood coffer decorated with figures in garden landscapes and interior scenes, width 88cm £50 - £80 806 An early 20th Century Chinese Chippendale style carved mahogany bergere tub shaped chair, on cabriole legs with claw and ball feet £60 - £90 807 A George III mahogany tray top bedside commode with louvred cupboard door above two drawers on square tapered legs, width 50cm £60 - £90 808 A 19th Century Anglo Indian chest, the top inlaid with mother of pearl and tortoiseshell decoration in a geometric design with floral detail to the top, width 63cm £200 - £300

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811 A 19th Century and later mahogany D-end dining table in the Georgian style, with central insert leaf and raised to square tapered legs, S/D, width 130cm and extended length 182cm, together with six Victorian mahogany chairs with twin rail backs above drop in seat pads £100 - £150 812 A 19th Century mahogany book press and a mahogany music stand (2) £50 - £80 813 A late Victorian figured walnut Wellington chest of seven graduated drawers, carved leaf mounts on bracket plinth base, width 59cm. ILLUSTRATED £150 - £200

814 814 A Victorian walnut framed armchair with inlaid motifs and acanthus carved capitals, over turned and tapered front legs and with gold coloured button down plush upholstery. ILLUSTRATED £100 - £150 815 A mid 19th Century mahogany line inlaid well top sideboard in the Scottish taste, with inlaid paterae to the central door and drawer fronts, with wrythen turned columns and bracket feet, height 108cm and width 192cm £150 - £200


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828 An Edwardian Art Nouveau inlaid mahogany display cabinet enclosed by a pair of coloured leaded light glazed doors above a base drawer on square tapering legs, width 76cm. ILLUSTRATED £150 - £200

816 A mahogany twin pedestal dining table in the Georgian style, with rounded rectangular top above twin gun barrel stems and cabriole legs £150 - £200 817 A set of early 20th Century mahogany and walnut veneered dining chairs in the Queen Anne style, with drop-in seat pads above cabriole front legs £80 - £120

829 A 1920s oak four section glazed bookcase on turned legs, width 86cm £80 - £120 830 A 19th Century brass inlaid camphorwood blanket box, width 90cm £80 - £120

818 An early 20th Century oak standard lamp with a tapered column above an octagonal platform base £40 - £60

831 A George III mahogany straight front chest of two short and three long drawers, brass drop handles on turned feet, width 109cm £60 - £90

819 An Anglo Indian hardwood bracket shelf, with acanthus leaf friezes, spindle galleries and three mirror panels, height 70cm and width 65cm, S/D £60 - £80 820 A late 19th Century oak, ash and beech rocking chair, with a turned spindle back above the woven grass seat £50 - £80 821 An early 20th Century Arts and Crafts stripped oak pot cupboard or bedside cabinet, with fret-cut detail, fitted with a single drawer above the fall-front cupboard, height 97cm and width 61cm £50 - £80 822 An Ercol elm and beech dining table of rounded rectangular section with drop leaves and splayed legs, S/D, together with a small rectangular coffee table in a dark stained finish. (2) £60 - £80

828 823 A late 19th Century mirror with printie cut borders, together with a similar smaller example. (2) £30 - £50 824 A 1930s Art Deco Walnut canteen table with fitted interior, lacking contents £50 - £80 825 An 18th Century oak mule chest, the moulded edge top over a panelled two drawer front on stiles, length 134cm £80 - £120

826 A 19th Century mahogany Dshaped tea table, the beaded edge frieze above a turned pedestal on four splayed legs and castors, width 89cm £150 - £200 827 A 1930s gilt framed pier mirror, the shaped glass plate above a demilune onyx cupboard base, height 260cm £200 - £300

832 A 19th Century inlaid and crossbanded mahogany bowfront chest of two short and three long drawers, turned wood handles on splayed legs, width 115cm £80 - £120 833 A 19th Century rosewood Davenport with fitted interior and four drawers to the side, spiral turned supports on a platform base, width 53cm £50 - £80 834 An Edwardian inlaid mahogany cylinder desk with pigeon hole and drawer interior above three frieze drawers on square tapering legs, width 92cm £150 - £200

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835 An early 20th Century mahogany occasional table, the top of rectangular cartouche form above cabriole legs united by a stretcher shelf £40 - £60

839 A 19th Century mahogany snap top supper table of circular form, raised to a turned pedestal support over a tripod base, diameter 75cm £50 - £80

836 A Victorian rosewood veneered open fronted bookcase with a plinth base, height 103cm, width 102cm and depth 33cm £100 - £150

840 A Victorian mahogany breakfast table of circular form, raised to a bulbous turned pedestal support over an acanthus scroll tripod base with concealed brass castors, diameter 130cm £100 - £150

837 An oak chest of four graduated drawers in the Georgian style, with brass drop handles above bracket feet, small proportions, height 76cm, width 63cm and depth 46cm. ILLUSTRATED £150 - £200 838 A George II mahogany fold-over tea table, with husk carved knees to the tapered legs over pad feet, width 83cm, S/D. ILLUSTRATED £150 - £200

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841 A Victorian rosewood side chair, with an acanthus scroll frame and cabriole front legs, with tapestry upholstered seat, later repairs, S/D. ILLUSTRATED £50 - £80 842 An early 20th Century mahogany glazed double door cabinet, with line inlaid detail and with painted scroll to the cornice, height 161cm and width 92cm £80 - £120

Each lot is subject to a Buyer’s Premium of 24% inclusive of VAT @ 20%

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843 A Victorian mahogany kneehole dressing table, fitted with an arrangement of seven drawers, with turned legs above a platform base and with galleried friezes to the mirror panel and upright section, width 128cm £100 - £150 844 A Victorian ebonised and gilt metal mounted break-fronted credenza, with a marquetry inlaid frieze above the central door with conforming inlaid paterae, flanked by a bow glazed door at either side £200 - £300

847 ✦ A Victorian figured walnut Davenport with fold over action to the top, with fitted interior and raised to scroll front supports, width 62cm £200 - £300 848 ✦ A pine carpenters tool chest and assorted tools £50 - £80 849 ✦ A 19th Century mahogany and brass bound four drawer military chest, with recessed turned handles, width 75.5cm, S/D £150 - £200

845 A late Victorian dark oak easel firescreen in the Aesthetic taste, with a needlework panel within a foliate carved frame £40 - £60

850 ✦ A George III mahogany bureau with fitted interior enclosed by a plain fall over drawers on bracket feet, width 91cm £80 - £120

846 ✦ An early 20th Century ash and elm seat Windsor elbow chair on turned front legs, stamped J.W. Webb £50 - £80

851 ✦ A Victorian inlaid walnut pier cabinet, the interior enclosed by a glazed door on a plinth base, width 75.5cm £150 - £200


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859 A late 19th Century French Empire style ebonised and parcel gilt ladies writing desk fitted with an arrangement of five drawers flanked by relief carved panels on slender Corinthian column legs united by swept stretchers, width 110cm. ILLUSTRATED £300 - £500

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860 A Regency ebonised and parcel gilt elbow chair with cane seat and back on turned splayed legs to the front with slip in cushion. ILLUSTRATED £150 - £200

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861 A reproduction mahogany bonheur du jour, with scalloped galleried upper section fitted with two drawers and two cabinet doors over the green leather writing surface and two further frieze drawers, raised to reeded legs, height 103cm and width 87cm, S/D £80 - £120 859 863 852 ✦ A Victorian mahogany revolving piano stool and a small inlaid rectangular occasional table, width 64cm (2) £50 - £80 853 ✦ A Victorian mahogany tapestry panelled pole screen, height 168cm £50 - £80 854 ✦ A Victorian carved mahogany tub shaped elbow chair, upholstered in printed pink fabric, on shaped legs to the front £50 - £80

855 An early 19th Century rosewood and satinwood crossbanded sofa table, with turned twin supports to a platform base with four outswept legs with applied brass lions paw feet and castors, width when opened 149cm and 69cm when closed, S/D. ILLUSTRATED £300 - £500 856 An early 20th Century oak twin pedestal desk fitted with nine drawers around the kneehole, with an inverted breakfront top with green leather skiver and with canted and reeded corners, width 137cm, S/D £100 - £150

857 A Georgian mahogany demi-lune card table, the crossbanded top over a plain apron and square tapered legs, width 99cm, S/D £60 - £80 858 An early 20th Century mahogany twin pedestal desk fitted with nine drawers around the kneehole, width 139cm, S/D £100 - £150

862 A 19th Century mahogany Doric turned pedestal on a square plinth base, height 113cm £50 - £80 863 A 19th Century mahogany drop flap work table with single drawer on turned fluted legs and makers tablet Wolff & Omeara Ltd Manchester, width 51cm. ILLUSTRATED £80 - £120 864 A pair of late Victorain carved walnut side cabinets each enclosed by a door below moulded edge marble tops and pilasters to the front, width 48cm £100 - £150

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870 An early 20th Century French oak bedside cabinet, with a white marble top above a single frieze drawer and turned and reeded supports with a pot cupboard base, height 86cm and width 40cm £80 - £120 865 865 A 19th Century Chinese carved hardwood opium table with pierced frieze and scroll ends, width 91cm together with a similar matching table, width 102cm (2). ILLUSTRATED £120 - £180 866 A set of four late 19th to early 20th Century Chinese handpainted panels, decorated with foliate detail in pale tones upon a buff ground, later framed and glazed, 149cm x 60cm (4). ILLUSTRATED £1500 - £2000

871 An early 20th Century walnut standard lamp, with an acanthus carved capital over a reeded column and circular platform base, height 153cm (excluding bulb fittings), complete with a later shade £50 - £80 872 A pair of Victorian mahogany hoop back dining chairs upholstered in green plush. (2) £50 - £80

867 A George III mahogany bowfronted chest of two short and three long drawers, oval brass drop handles on splayed legs, width 104cm £50 - £80

874 874 A 19th Century floral marquetry inlaid card table, the rectangular folding top opening to reveal a baize interior above a single frieze drawer and spiral turned legs, width 50cm. ILLUSTRATED £200 - £300

868 A 19th Century and later gilt framed rectangular wall mirror, with foliate moulded detail to the frame, later glass panel, 105cm x 92cm £80 - £120

875 An Arts and Crafts beaten oval copper wall mirror with scroll fern mounts and lozenge decoration, width 78cm £60 - £90

869 A modern reproduction bevelled wall mirror with foliate detail to the stepped gilt frame, 123cm x 93cm £50 - £80 873 873 A 19th Century marquetry inlaid twelve sided snap-top occasional table, the top with a radiating design on a turned pedestal and scroll tripod legs, diameter 50cm. ILLUSTRATED £80 - £120

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Each lot is subject to a Buyer’s Premium of 24% inclusive of VAT @ 20%

876 An Edwardian mahogany three tier cake stand with slender square frame and swept leg £50 - £80 877 A late 19th to early 20th Century brass framed fire screen with bevelled edge glass £50 - £80


Centuries of Glass To be sold on 16th June 2018 Closing date for entries – 1st may 2018

A late 19th to early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh Cameo glass oil lamp cased in opal over ruby and cut with a flowering blossom bough, fitting with brass mounts. From the Collection of the Late Eric Reynolds Author of ‘The Glass of John Walsh Walsh 1850 to 1951’

Contact: Contact Will Farmer will@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk Alex Froggatt alex@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk


Fieldings Auctioneers

We offer a limited postage and packing service within the U.K. only and at the auctioneers’ discretion. For information please contact us. All liabilities are with the buyer. We confidently suggest the following agents as alternatives: Mailboxes 79 Friar Street,Worcester, WR1 2NT Tel: 01905 732830 Email: info@mbeworcester.co.uk Website: www.mbe.co.uk/worcester Unit 38 Wombourne Enterprise Park, Bridgnorth Road Wolverhampton WV5 0AL Tel: 01902 475212 Email: thatsyourlot@outlook.com

After the sale, all items are transferred to our warehouse. Neither storage nor handling fees are charged for the first 14 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

AUCTION CALENDAR 2018

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Saturday 21st April

The April Sale

Saturday 19th May

The May Sale

Saturday 16th June

Centuries of Glass

auction Previews

Thursday prior to each sale - 10am-4pm Friday prior to each sale - 10am-8pm Morning of each sale - 8am-10am

auction times

Auctions commence at 10.00am

auction Location

All auctions are held at our auction house premises at Mill Race Lane, Stourbridge, West Midlands, DY8 1JN.

Important Notes

All details are correct at the time of printing and should be verified with Fieldings Auctioneers beforehand. All dates are confirmed on our website.


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Commission bids are left at the bidders own risk. Neither Fieldings auctioneers Limited nor their representatives shall be responsible for any errors in executing such bids For further information please refer to Conditions of absentee Bidding and the terms and Conditions of Business at the rear of this catalogue Buyers Premium 24% Vat inclusive

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

Buyers 1. These conditions, together with any additional conditions appearing in the catalogue, are the terms and conditions subject to which Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd. (The Auctioneers) as agents for the vendor shall sell goods to the purchaser (The Bidder) and all other conditions, whether express, or implied at common law, or by statute, as are capable of lawful exclusion are hereby excluded. By participating in this sale all vendors and purchasers agree to be bound by these conditions and are deemed to have read and have full knowledge of them. 2. The highest bidder shall be the buyer at the hammer price except in the case of a dispute. If during the auction the auctioneer considers that a dispute has arisen, he has absolute discretion to settle it or to re-offer the lot. 3. The Auctioneers have the right to divide any lot, to combine any two or more lots together or to withdraw any lot or lots from sale, regulate the bidding, refuse bids or cancel the sale without giving any notice or reason whatsoever. 4. The Auctioneers have the right at their discretion to refuse entry to their premises or attendance at their auctions of any person. 5. Whilst The Auctioneers make every effort to ensure the accuracy of their catalogue and description of any lot they do not accept responsibility regarding authenticity, attribution, genuineness, origin, authorship, date, age, period, condition or quality of any lot. All goods are sold with faults and imperfections and errors of description. If they have been instructed in writing by the vendor to certify a lot. The Auctioneers do so as agents of the vendor and are not themselves responsible for such claims. All statements whether printed in the catalogue or made orally are statements of opinion and are not to be taken as being or implying any warranties or representations of fact. All Bidders should rely on their own judgment as to matters affecting any lot. 6. The Auctioneer shall only accept bids from the purchasers who have, to the auctioneers’ satisfaction, completed a registration form and obtained a bidding number. 7. Persons attending the auction site and premises do so at their own risk. Except in respect of death or personal injury caused by the Auctioneers’ negligence, the Auctioneers shall not be responsible for any loss or damage that may occur on the auction site or premises. 8. The bidder shall pay to the Auctioneer a premium of 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 of 2017 Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd will no longer accept single cash payments exceeding £8,800 (€10,000). 8b. In accordance with Artists Resale Rights Regulations 2006 all lots marked 3 which sell for €1,000 or more are subject to a resale royalty charge (“Royalty”). This Royalty is payable by the Bidder. The Royalty will be charged at a rate of 4% of the total hammer price (exclusive of Bidder’s premium which is payable under clause 8a) for lots selling for amounts up to €50,000. For lots selling in excess of €50,001, the Royalty shall be calculated at a reduced rate (details available on request). The Royalty is not subject to VAT and is payable in sterling calculated on the day of sale at the prevailing rate of exchange. Payment shall be passed directly to the Design and Artists Copyright Society (DACS) 33 Great Sutton Street, London EC1V 0DX. For further information please contact the Auctioneers or DACS on 0845 4103410 or visit their website at www.dacs.org.uk 9. Immediately after a lot is sold the Bidder shall: give to the Auctioneers his name and address, and, if requested, proof of identity; and pay to the Auctioneers, all sums due to the Vendor and the Auctioneers in respect of such lot. 10. In all cases lots shall remain at the risk of the Vendor save that lots shall be at the sole risk of the Bidder form the fall of the hammer, and such lots shall be taken away with all faults, defects and errors of description, of any nature whatsoever. Neither the Auctioneers, nor their servants or agents shall at any time be responsible for any loss or damage to lots whether caused by negligence or

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otherwise. No purchaser shall be entitled to remove any lot until he or she has paid for the whole of the lots purchased. 11. All lots shall be removed ON THE DAY OF THE SALE unless prior arrangement has been agreed with The Auctioneers. Items not collected shall be liable for storage charges at £5.00 per lot per day. Neither the Auctioneers nor any third party shall be responsible for any damage, theft or loss occurring during this period. All items stored by the Auctioneers shall be at the risk of the Bidder. 12. If the Bidder fails to comply with these conditions, any deposit paid by the Bidder shall be forfeited to the Vendor of the lot, he paying out of it all just expenses of the Auctioneers and the lot shall be resold by public auction or private sale and the deficiency (if any) arising upon the resale together with the expenses of it shall be due as a debt from the Bidder in default upon the first sale. 13. a) Ownership in each lot shall not pass to the Bidder until full payment has been made (in cleared funds) of all sums due to the Vendor and the Auctioneers pursuant to these Conditions. b). Until such time as ownership of the lot passes to the Bidder the Vendor and the Auctioneers shall be able to enter onto any premises of the Bidder, or any third party where the goods are being stored and repossess the goods or be entitled at any time to require the Bidder to deliver up the Goods to the Vendor and/or the Auctioneers. 14. Any payments by the Bidder to the Auctioneers may be applied by the Auctioneers towards any sum owing from the Bidder to the Auctioneers, without regard to any directions of the Bidder or his agent, whether express or implied as to how that payment should be applied.

Online Bidding Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd offer an online bidding service via the-saleroom.com for bidders who cannot attend the sale.

payable by the Bidder in accordance with clause 8 above. A “sale entry / internet marketing” charge of £6-00 (VAT inclusive) will be applied to all lots, sold or otherwise, on each sale offering. The auctioneers shall remit the proceeds of the sale to the Vendor (subject to the deduction of all sums i.e. commissions and charges, due from the Vendor to the Auctioneers) no later than three weeks after receiving payment in full from the Bidder. In the event of the lots remaining unsold the vendor shall be liable to pay the Auctioneer the above “sale entry / internet marketing” charge on each lot. 21. The Auctioneers do not undertake the collection of goods but shall however if desired instruct a contractor on the Vendors behalf and at his expense. The Auctioneers shall not be liable for any damage, loss, or unauthorised removal of goods and for any damage to premises by such contractors. 22. The Auctioneer shall not be liable for any lots delivered to their premises without sale instruction and reserve the right to make a housing charge, this charge is also applicable to lots that have been requested to be collected by the Auctioneers. If not removed within two working weeks the Auctioneers hold the right to sell the items in order to recover any costs incurred by them. 23. Unless instructed by accompanying written notice, all goods, which the Auctioneers deem to have no saleable value, will be disposed of at the Auctioneers discretion either to a charity or by consignment for destruction. 24. The Vendor will indemnify the Auctioneers, its servants and agents and the Bidder against any loss or damage suffered by either in consequence of any breach of clause 15 and/ or 16 above or otherwise of these Conditions on the part of the Vendor.

In completing the bidder registration on www.thesaleroom.com and providing your credit card details (and unless alternative arrangements are agreed with Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd) you:

25. Any sums due, but unpaid, by the Vendor or the Bidder pursuant to these conditions shall carry interest (as well as after judgment) at the rate of 4% above Royal Bank of Scotland plc base rate from time to time from the due date until payment, such interest to be compounded monthly.

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authorise Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd, if they so wish, to charge the credit card given in part or full payment, including all fees, for items successfully purchased in the auction via the-saleroom.com, and confirm that you are authorised to provide these credit card details to Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd through www.the-saleroom.com and agree that Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd are entitled to ship the goods to the card holder name and card holder address provided in fulfilment of the sale.

Please note that any lots purchased via the-saleroom.com live auction service will be subject to an additional 3% commission charge + VAT at the rate imposed on the hammer price

Vendors 15. The vendor warrants to the Auctioneer and to the Bidder that he/she is the true owner of the lot or is properly authorised to sell the lot by the true owner and is able to transfer the goods and marketable title to the lot free from any third party claims, liens or encumbrances. 16. The Vendor warrants to the Auctioneers and the Bidder that the goods as described and in particular as to the provenance and condition. The Vendor further warrants that any damage or non working parts have been fully declared to the Auctioneers and that the Vendor has provided the Auctioneers with all the information the Vendor has concerning the provenance of the property. 17. The Auctioneers act throughout as agents only and are not responsible for any default by either the Vendor or the Bidder. The Auctioneers shall not be liable for paying for paying the Vendor until they have received settlement in full (in cleared funds) of all sums due from the Bidder. 18. A vendor who enters a lot or lots for auction which are an asset of his/her business must disclose to the Auctioneers whether or not they are registered for Value Added Tax, at the current rate. 19. The vendor shall be entitled to place prior to the sale a reserve on any lot, being the minimum hammer price at which the said lot may be treated as sold. Where a reserve has been placed the auctioneer may bid on behalf of the vendor. 20. Commission shall be charged at a rate of 18% VAT inclusive* for sale entries, in each case, of the hammer price. Special rates are negotiable for large consignments of items. The Vendor hereby authorizes the Auctioneers to deduct all commission payable from the hammer price and acknowledges the Auctioneers right to retain the premium

• All lots marked with an asterisk (*) denote Value Added Tax at the current rate on the hammer price. • The word “style” within a lot description denotes that, in our opinion, the item is a more recent copy of a period item. • “S/D” after a description denotes “Slight Damage”. • “A/F” after a description denotes “As Found”. • “Bears name/signature” in our opinion possibly, but not necessarily, by the hand.

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

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


Directions

From the North & East From Junction 3 of the M5 follow A456/A491 for Stourbridge, from Stourbridge ring road take the A491 north, Mill Race Lane is the first right after the junction.

From the South From Junction 4 of the M5 follow the A491 for Stourbridge, from Stourbridge ring road take the A491 north, Mill Race Lane is the first right after the junction.

By Rail From Birmingham Snow Hill and Worcester to Stourbridge Town, via Stourbridge Junction. Approximately 15 minutes walk from the station.

Forthcoming Sale Dates Saturday 21st April – The April Sale Saturday 19th May – The May Sale Saturday 16th June – Centuries of Glass

Conditions of Absentee Bidding

All successful bids are subject to a charge of 24% (VAT inclusive) buyers premium on the hammer price.

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”.

In the event that two identical commission bids are received, the bid that was received first will prevail.

If you leave an odd bid, the auctioneer reserves the right to increase your bid to the next highest figure.

Your attention is drawn to the terms and conditions of business of Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd.


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The March Sale | Saturday 24th March 2018

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