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FINE & DECORATIVE ARTS Friday 9th and Saturday 10th October 2020


FINE AND DECORATIVE ARTS To be held at: Davies House, Davies Road, Evesham, Worcestershire WR11 1YZ

FRIDAY 9TH OCTOBER SATURDAY 10TH OCTOBER Viewing Wednesday 7th October - 10.00am to 5.00pm Thursday 8th October - 10.00am to 7.00pm Friday 9th October - 8.30am to 10.00am Saturday 10th October - 8.30am to 10.00am

Day of the Sale The auction is scheduled to start at 10.00am. Bids will only be accepted from registered bidders. Please ensure you obtain a paddle number on arrival. You will need to be registered before the sale.

Live internet bidding is available on www.the-saleroom.com, www.invaluable.com, and www.easyliveauction.com together with fully illustrated catalogue. Catalogue £10.00 (£12.00 by post)

Kingham & Orme Auctioneers Ltd (Collection Address) Davies House, Davies Road, Evesham, Worcestershire, WR11 1YZ NB. Please telephone to arrange collection. Telephone: 01386 244224 Mobile: 07976 919836 Email: enquiries@kinghamandorme.com Website: www.kinghamandorme.com


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MAP AND DIRECTIONS Our auction site is based in the market town of Evesham just north of the Cotswolds. By Car We are centrally located in reach of motorways the M5, M4, M40, M42, a short way from the A44

By Rail Evesham’s train station is less than two miles from the auction site

By Plane The nearest International Airports are Birmingham, 45 miles and Heathrow, 90 miles

DELIVERY SERVICES FOR BUYERS We offer an in house packing service for most items and paintings up to 110cm x 80cm. Please email enquiries@kinghamandorme.com for a quote or call01386 244224 for a quotation. For Furniture: Stephen Morris Shipping PLC, 9 Ockham Drive Greenford, London, UB6 0FD Tel: 02088 322222 For Small Items: Mailboxes, Cheltenham Branch Tel: 01242 530130 Email: info@mbecheltenham.co.uk


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USEFUL INFORMATION FOR BUYERS Please see full Terms and Conditions at the back of this catalogue.

Buying at Kingham & Orme Auctioneers Ltd:

Buyer’s Premium

There are several ways you can bid at our auctions; in person, by leaving a commission bid, on the telephone and live via the internet.

There is a buyer’s premium of 23% plus VAT on the first £200,000 of the hammer price of each lot. 15% plus VAT on the excess of £200,001 and up to £1,000,000 of the hammer price of each lot, and 12% plus VAT on the excess of £1,000,001 of the hammer price of each lot.

Bidding in Person It is essential that all prospective buyers register with us prior to the auction. Proof of identification will be required in order for a bidding number to be allocated which can then be used when bidding for an item.

Commission Bids Kingham & Orme will execute bids if you are unable to attend the sale. Bids can be left with our staff afterer/during viewing, or in advance by telephone or e-mail: enquiries@kinghamandorme.com

Telephone Bids Lines should be booked by 5pm the day before the auction begins. Lines are booked on a first come first served basis. Full name, address and telephone numbers will be required together with proof of identity. Banl and/or credit/debit card details are necessary to secure the line.

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Condition Bidders must satisfy themselves as to the condition of each lot. Condition reports are available on request. (no later that 48 hours before the sale).

Payment Must be made in full before items can be removed from the premises. If buyers are unknown to us, we cannot handover purchase until payment has been cleared. Payment Methods - We accept payment by: • Cash - up to £9,000 (subject to money laundering regulations). • Cheques - following 5 working days clearance. • Debit/Credit Cards - American Express or Diners Club not accepted. We accept maxiumum payments of £500 on credit card. • Bank transfer to: HSBC Bank, 32 Bridge St., Evesham, WR11 4RU Account No.: 51655345 Account Name: Kingham & Orme Auctioneers Ltd Sort Code: 40-20-27 IBAN: GB91MIDL40202751655345 SWIFTBIC: MIDLGB22 Please note that a fee of £15 will be added for international bank payments.


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CONTENTS DAY 1 Silver

1 – 238

Jewellery and Watches

239 – 308

Coins and Militaria

309 – 314

Works of Art and Metal

315 – 392

Paperweights

393 – 441

Glass

442 – 507

DAY 2 Oriental

508 – 528

Fans and Textiles

529 – 563

Pictures

564 – 577

Furniture and Clocks

578 – 590

Wine

591 – 611

Continental Ceramics

612 – 640

Moorcroft

641 – 705

Art Pottery

706 – 755

British Ceramic

756 – 881


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SILVER 1. A large Indian white metal tray, circular form, chased and engraved with various figures within a foliate scroll ground, 56cm diameter, 72.01ozt £600 - £800

6. An Oriental silver spherical box, repousse embossed with bands of mountain village scenes, on three cast dolphin feet, surmounted by a bird finial, 11.5cm high, 4.14ozt £40 - £70

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2 2. An Indian silver scroll case, Kutch circa 1900, cylindrical form, heavily embossed and chased with foliate scroll design, vacant cartouche, between acanthus lappet borders, 35cm long, 13.69ozt £200 - £300 3. A Chinese export novelty silver miniature kettle, YLS, spherical form, etched and engraved with a foliate band, removable lid with chain, 5.5cm high, 0.86ozt £30 - £50 4. A small Chinese export silver rosewater sprinkler, TM, circa 1930, globe and shaft form, repousse embossed with prunus, surmounted by a bird, 19cm high, 3.18ozt £40 - £70

7. A Chinese silver filigree card case, 19th century, raised floral and dragon design, ogee form, 9cm x 6cm, 1.23ozt £160 - £180 8. A Japanese silver novelty salt cellar, Asahi Shoten, Tokyo, in the form of a double gourd, applied with a trailing vine, 7cm long, 0.70ozt £30 - £50 9. A Chinese export silver novelty model of a bus, YLS, sheet and wire construction with movable wheel axels, 9cm long, 2.26ozt £30 - £50 10. A pair of novelty white metal aeroplanes, sheet and wire construction with movable wheels and propellers, 7cm long, 0.75ozy (2) £40 - £70 11. A Taiwanese silver cigar box, embossed in relief with a central Buddhist figure within foliate scroll and ogee cartouche ground, wood lined, 14.5cm wide, 9.5cm deep, 3.5cm high £50 - £80 12. A Chinese export silver rosewater sprinkler, circa 1930, footed globe and shaft form, embossed and engraved with a sinuous heart leaf vine over a foliate ground, surmounted by a bird, 31cm high, 11.03ozt £120 - £180 13. Three Indian silver coin dishes, two set with Victoria Rupees, one embossed with a simulated Persian coin, beaded rims, largest 13cm diameter, 5.31ozt (3) £80 - £120 14. A Chinese export silver egg cup and cover, TM circa 1930, footed urn form, repousse decorated with scalloped vignettes of plantation scenes, the lid surmounted by a bird finial, 9cm high, 1.88ozt £50 - £80

5 5. A Chinese silver snuff box, 19th century, oval form, engraved and chased with prunus within ogee cartouches, push action with fob attachment, flame hinge, 5cm long, 0.83ozt £400 - £500

15. A Chinese Persian style white metal teapot and sugar bowl, oval conical form, repousse embossed and chased with mountain village scenes, alternating with prunus sprigs, within European Rococo scroll and trellis borders and oval roundels, S scroll handles, 16.5cm long, 13.95ozt £100 - £200

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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16. A Chinese export silver goblet, MK circa 1890, the waisted cup body repousse decorated and chased with prunus design, on a conical stem and stepped foot, 9.5cm high, 3.14ozt £80 - £120

20. A Japanese silver and enamelled jug, Sanju Saku, Yokohama circa 1900, footed baluster form, applied wisteria design in purple and green enamel, bamboo handle, 9cm high, 4.98ozt £500 - £600

17. A Chinese export silver goblet, TM, rounded beaker form with stepped foot, repousse embossed in the Persian style with sinuous heart leaf vine on a foliate ground, 10cm high, 3.77ozt £40 - £70 18. An Oriental white metal box in the form of a lemon, together with a filigree flower head finial and a silver bird lid, box 7cm long, 4.32ozt (3) £50 - £80

21. A Japanese silver cigarette case, rectangular form engraved with comical characters, 10cm x 9cm, 3.74ozt £150 - £200 22. A Chinese white metal photo frame, circa 1900, rectangular with heart shaped aperture, embossed and chased with a foliate scroll ground punctuated with figures, bamboo form easel back, opening 8cm x 7.5cm, overall 16cm x 11cm £120 - £180 23. A Latvian silver butter knife, CTB, Riga 1888, ogee edged spade blade, with hollow handle, together with a pair of Continental silver tablespoons, 22.5cm long, 4.16ozt (3) £20 - £40 24. An Imperial Russian silver cigarette case, Moscow circa 1910, plain rectangular cushioned form with pale blue cabochon button, applied initials, gilt interior, 12cm x 9cm, 6.00ozt £100 - £200 25. An Imperial Russian silver gilt and niello enamelled scent bottle, 18th century, ogee gourd bottle form, reverse carved with aristocratic musicians in garden landscapes, within Rococo scroll cartouches surmounted by urns, the base with incised initials within foliate roundel, 7.5cm high, 1.45ozt £1500 - £1800 26. An Imperial Russian silver match box case, together with a Continental silver napkin ring, Russian import marks, the napkin ring embossed with Secessionist style foliate bands, 6cm long, 2.42ozt (2) £40 - £60 27. A set of four Imperial Russian silver teaspoons, Moscow circa 1890, bright cut Fiddle Pattern, 13.5cm long, 1.85ozt (4) £50 - £80

19 19. A large Chinese export silver reticulated cone or incense burner, KH, circa 1930, pierced and chased with trellised vignettes of foliate scrolls, between chased bands, surmounted by a bird, the bayonet base with swing handle, 17.5cm diameter, 36cm high, 25.34ozt £200 - £400

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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28. An Imperial Russian silver gilt and niello enamelled cup, Vasili Semenov, Moscow 1883, footed and waisted with beaded borders, decorated with images of the Kremlin and St Basil’s Cathedral, within engraved geometric bands and foliate scroll ground, 7.5cm high, 5.82ozt £1500 - £1800 29. A set of four Imperial Russian silver teaspoons, Moscow 1888, Fiddle pattern, 14.5cm long, 3.28ozt (4) £40 - £60 30. A matched set of Imperial Russian and Estonian silver flatware, including Josef Kopf, Tallinn circa 1890, some Russian marks, Fiddle Pattern, including four dessert forks, five dessert spoons and a tablespoon, 21cm long, 14.98ozt (10) £120 - £180 31. An Imperial Russian Silver snuff box, Carl Edvard Bolin, Moscow circa 1908, cuboid form, with cast laurel band to the lid, gilt interior, stamped marks 88, 4.2cm square, 2cm high, 1.97ozt £500 - £800

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For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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37. Continental silver hors d’oeuvres utensils, Estonian and Latvian with Russian import marks, including a set of 3 and two pairs in a different design, in a Bernhard Jansohn, Riga, box £30 - £50 38. A Dutch white metal pot and cover, hexagonal section, engraved with alternating saints and courting couples, the domed lid with embracing hands within angel and fruit panels, gilded to the interior, 6.5cm high £80 - £120 39. A Continental white metal combination compact, circa 1950s, engine turned, with central chased foliate scroll panel, pull out cigarette holder, lipstick and powder tray, 9.5cm long, 7cm wide £200 - £300 40. A Hanau silver caster, Berthold Muller, Chester 1909, ovoid form embossed with 18th century women within Rococo foliate and scroll cartouches, on a reticulated floral foot, the domed lid with bayonet fitting, 15.5cm high, 6.17ozt £250 - £300 32 32. An Imperial Russian silver gilt and cloisonné enamelled tea strainer, 11th Artel, Moscow circa 1908, the rim with floral motifs, 12cm long, 1.70ozt £600 - £650

41. A set of six German silver teaspoons, D Tho Aspern, circa 1910, together with an Estonian silver spoon, Fiddle pattern, 14.5cm long, 2.70ozt £20 - £40 42. A Dutch silver boot, embossed and chased with foliate design, gilt interior and crimped rim, with spur, 6cm high, 1.27ozt £300 - £400

33 33. An Imperial Russian silver and niello enamelled snuff box, Moscow 1852, cuboid form, decorated with images of St Petersburg, including the Tauride Palace, 10cm wide, 3.5cm high, 4.5cm deep, 5.72ozt £800 - £1000 34. A silver gilt and niello enamelled bowl, Balkan, circa 1795, hemispherical form, engraved and textured with a central image of Catherine the Great as a harlequin holding arrow and flaming grenade, within foliate fronds and images of aristocratic and peasant women in domestic and agricultural scenes, apparently unmarked, 13.5cm diameter, 5.96ozt £1200 - £1500 35. A collection of Continental silver spoons, including Dutch Apostle spoon, sifter spoon, caddy spoon Scandinavian long spoon and an English golf spoon, 23cm long, 3.95ozt (5) £30 - £50 36. An Austro Hungarian silver canteen, V Mayer’s Sohne, Vienna circa 1900, Hanoverian pattern, including six table spoons, forks, dessert forks and spoons, teaspoons, ladle, three salt cellars with spoons and two sizes of knives, all in a fitted Moroccan leather case, weight excluding knives 58.28ozt £500 - £800

43 43. A set of six Renaissance Revival silver gilt figural salt spoons, 19th century probably German, after a 16th century example, modelled with Venus supported on a coil tailed dolphin with shell moulded bowl, stamped loth mark 13, 8.5cm long, 1.82ozt (6) Note: an original example of this identical design is in the collection of the Deutches Klingenmuseum, Solingen £40 - £70 44. A German silver tray, PF, Lubeck circa 1730, ogee reeded rim, 28.5cm long, 14.48ozt £500 - £800

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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45 45. A 19th century Swedish silver mounted horn centrepiece vase, Stockholm 1839, two rings with squat bun feet and Rococo style foliate bracket supports, with a denticulated rim, 33cm long, 19.5cm high £200 - £300

51 51. A Continental silver mounted mother of pearl card case, carved with a central oval of courting couple, within beaded borders, hinged, 9.5cm x 6.5cm £300 - £400

46. A German silver handled knife and fork, IG, Nuremberg circa 1750, fluted and chased handles, with knopped finials, steel blades and twin pronged tines, stamped marks, 21cm long £300 - £400 47. A Dutch silver box, Amsterdam, cuboid form, embossed with village scenes within foliate scroll ground, gilt interior, 18.5cm long, 7.71ozt £200 - £300 48. A Dutch silver jug, import marks, Singleton, Benda & Co., London 1903, shouldered ovoid form with chased fleur de lys and reeded band, 6cm high, 1.86ozt £30 - £50 49. A 17th century Norwegian silver gilt spoon, Johan Schluter, Bergen circa 1630, the pear shaped bowl with chased flame decoration, on a moulded pilaster with twisted square section stem and ball finial, 13.5cm long £600 - £700

52 52. An Edwardian Hanau silver novelty snuff box, JD Schleissner, import London 1902, cast and chased in relief as a child in a cradle with coronet, hinged lid and gilt interior, 6cm long, 1.91ozt £250 - £350 53. A French silver snuff box, circa 1890, rectangular section, engine turned and chased with floral garland border and a ruby cabochon thumb piece, hinged, with gilt interior, 8cm long, 1.55ozt £200 - £300 50 50. A 17th century German silver and parcel gilt twin handled wine taster or dish, Paul Hedel Hofer, Breslau circa 1680, shallow lobed form, embossed with a central tulip, within acanthus and seed head border, the handles of foliate scroll form, 16cm wide, 2.27ozt £500 - £600

54. An enamelled and gold rimmed cigarette holder, the trumpet end with white guilloche enamel, painted with floral swags and pendant loop, on an ivorine screw fitting mouth piece, 10.5cm long £40 - £70

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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59. A George III Irish Provincial silver jug, Richard Stevens, Cork circa 1810, rectangular section ogee Grecian helmet form, bright cut with diaper lattice band, on four ball feet, stamped marks sterling, 16cm long, 5.68ozt £400 - £500 60. A Victorian Irish silver four piece tea set, West and Son, Dublin 1871 and 1873, spherical and baluster form, embossed and chased with C scrolls and floral sprigs, cast floral finials, teapot 27cm long, 75.71ozt (4) £2300 - £2500

55 55. A Canadian silver gilt novelty shoe, circa 1890, embossed with foliate scroll design, rope-twist laces and vacant interior, 12cm long, 1.98ozt £300 - £400 56. A pair of American silver candlesticks, Gorham, splayed footed cup form with ribbed rings, weighted, 9cm high (2) £30 - £50

61 61. An early 19th century Scottish silver and horn vinaigrette, the coiled mull body mounted with hinged lid embossed with thistles and set with rock crystal, the interior gilded with a pierced and chased foliate grille, 5cm long £300 - £400

57 57. An American silver castle top card case, Leonard and Wilson, Philadelphia circa 1870, embossed in low relief with Battle Abbey, Sussex, within foliate scrolls, suspended on a chain, the reverse with floral motifs, 9.5cm x 6.5cm, 1.95ozt £250 - £350 58. Tiffany and Co., an American silver dish, in the form of a leaf, 8cm long, 1.19ozt £30 - £50 62 62. A George III Provincial silver mug, William Hardwick, Manchester circa 1760, cylindrical form with reeded foot and rim, S scroll handle, engraved coat of arms, 9cm high, 6.04ozt £750 - £1000 63. A pair of George IV Scottish Provincial silver toddy ladles, John Scott of Perth, Glasgow assay 1824, Fiddle Pattern, 17.5cm long, 2.07ozt (2) £70 - £100 64. Two George III Scottish Provincial silver spoons, David Gray, Dumfries circa 1810 and James Brander, Aberdeen circa 1810, Fiddle Pattern, including teaspoon and condiment ladle, 14cm long, 0.90ozt (2) £40 - £70 59 For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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69. A Victorian Provincial silver caddy spoon, Thomas Wheatley, Newcastle 1847, Fiddle Patter with scallop shell moulded bowl, 10cm long, 0.38ozt £40 - £60

78. A George V silver pepper pot, S W Smith and Co., Birmingham 1919, in the Queen Anne style, octagonal section shouldered form with pierced comma domed lid, 10.5cm high, 1.54ozt £30 - £50

70. A George IV Provincial silver ladle, William Woodman of Bristol, Exeter assay 1825, Fiddle Pattern, 33cm long, 8.01ozt £80 - £120

79. A George V silver cigarette case, Cohen and Charles, Chester 1916, engine turned barley stripe and wave border design to each side, 23cm x 8.5cm, 5.98ozt £40 - £70

71. A George III Provincial silver table spoon, Edward Jackson, York 1818, Fiddle Pattern, 22cm long, 2.08ozt £40 - £70

65 65. A Victorian Provincial silver table spoon, Thomas Wheatley, Newcastle 1850, Fiddle and Shell pattern, 23cm long, 2.48ozt £40 - £70

66 66. A Victorian Scottish Provincial silver salt spoon, George Jamieson, Aberdeen 1857, Kings Pattern, double struck, 11.5cm long £30 - £50 67. A Victorian Scottish Provincial silver tablespoon and a George IV Scottish silver toddy ladle, James Emslie, Aberdeen 1838, and Alexander Henderson, Edinburgh 1824, Fiddle Pattern, 22cm long, 3.24ozt (2) £40 - £70 68. A pair of George III Irish silver dessert spoons, James Brady, Dublin 1827, Fiddle Pattern, 18cm long, 2.72ozt (2) £50 - £80

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72. A set of five early Victorian Scottish silver teaspoons, Patrick Sutherland, Edinburgh 1838, Fiddle and Shell pattern, 14cm long, 2.47ozt (5)£40 £70

A George V silver tea strainer, in 81. the form of a punch strainer, Mappin and Webb, Birmingham 1923, in the 18th century style, reticulated piercing to the bowl with two foliate handles, 12cm long, 1.43ozt £30 - £50

73. A collection of George IV and Victorian Provincial silver spoons, various West Country makers and dates, including William Hope of Plymouth, Robert Williams of Bristol, Isaac Parkin of Exeter etc.,1824 to 1846, Fiddle Pattern, including salt spoons, teaspoons, tablespoon and dessert, 23cm long, 6.83ozt (7) £60 - £80 74. A George II silver lemon or punch strainer, George Greenhill Jones, London 1740, the reticulated bowl with cross and foliate scroll piercing, on a single S scroll and bar handle, 12.5cm long, 2.07ozt £200 - £400 75. A George III silver swing handled basket, no makers mark, London 1801, Neoclassical, footed, ogee boat form, with reeded rim and handle, 36.5cm long, 30cm high, 29.34ozt £550 - £700 76. A George III silver pap boat, Samuel Godbehere and Edward Wigan overstruck with Thomas Wallis II, London 1796, plain form with reeded rim, 12.5cm long, 1.65ozt £80 - £120

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80. A George V silver reticulated mustard pot, Stokes and Ireland Ltd., Chester 1922, cylindrical form, pierced with panels of knotted scrolls, between beaded borders, cushion top and ear handle, blue glass liner, 6cm high, 2.57ozt £30 - £50

77. A George V silver twin handled bowl, William Henry Sparrow, Birmingham 1913, rounded form with ogee rim, on four shell and stepped pad feet, S C scroll ear handles, 21cm long, 7.53ozt £60 - £100

82. A George V silver jug, William Henry Sparrow, Birmingham 1912, helmet form with ogee rim, on four shell and stepped pad feet, S C scroll ear handle, 16.5cm long, 4.35ozt £30 - £50 83. A novelty silver fire screen, decorated with filigree and bobbin turned supports and a central mesh, 7cm high, 0.52ozt £30 - £50 84. An Elizabeth II silver canteen, Carr’s, Sheffield 1997, Grecian Pattern, including 14 dinner forks, knives of two sizes, soup spoons, tablespoons, teaspoons, dessert forks and spoons etc., weight excluding knives 121.31ozt £1500 - £2000 85. A George II silver table spoon, Edward Bennett, London 1756, Old English pattern, 21cm long, 1.64ozt £20 - £40 86. A George IV silver basting spoon, William Chawner, London 1827, Fiddle pattern, 30cm long, 4.57ozt £50 - £100 87. Two George III and Victorian silver sauce ladles, William Eaton, London 1819 and George Adams, London 1869, Old English and Fiddle Patterns, 17cm long, 3.19ozt (2) £30 - £50

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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88. A George III silver caddy spoon, George Burrows, London 1796, bright cut and pierced with geometric motifs to the circular bowl, 8cm long, 0.27ozt £120 - £180

96. A pair of William III silver Trefid spoons, William Scarlett, London 1700, beaded and reeded rat tail decoration to the bowls, the terminal back engraved with the arms of Sir Mark Milbanke Bt. of Northumberland, notched ears to the ends, 21cm long, 3.38ozt (2)

89. Three George III silver tablespoons, Hester Bateman, London 1783, Feather Edged Old English pattern, 21.5cm long, 6.06ozt (3) £180 - £220

Provenance: Christie’s 14th June 2006, lot 161

90. A George II silver marrow scoop, Thomas Heming, London 1751, Old English Pattern, 22cm long, 1.09ozt £130 - £180 91. A George IV silver marrow scoop, William Chawner, London 1825, Thread and Shell pattern, 23.5cm long, 2.06ozt £130 - £180 92. A George III silver marrow scoop, TE GS, London 1768, Old English Pattern, 22cm long, 1.32ozt £130 - £180

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97. A pair of George III silver forks, Paul Storr, London 1818, Fiddle Pattern, 20.5cm long, 5.19ozt (2) £200 - £300 98. A George III silver metamorphic basting strainer spoon, William Eley, William Fearn and William Chawner, London 1808, Old English Pattern, the central strainer with pegs to the bowl, 30.5cm £160 - £200 long, 4.13ozt 99. A Victorian silver fish slice, James Beebe, London 1841, Fiddle Pattern, the blade pierced and cut with fish and bird within foliate scroll cartouche, 29.5cm long, 5.39ozt £180 - £220

93. A George III silver marrow scoop, WT, London 1764, Old English Pattern, 23cm long, 1.39ozt £130 - £180

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94. A collection of George III silver spoons, Hester Bateman and various makers, including dessert spoons and teaspoons, Old English and Beaded patterns, 17.5cm long, 5.14ozt (7) £50 - £80

100. An Elizabeth I silver Apostle spoon, James Poole, London 1573, the parcel gilt terminal modelled as St James the Great or St Philip, with pierced hat, 17.5cm long, 1.75ozt £3000 - £3500

95. A pair of George II silver table spoons, Marmaduke Daintrey, London 1747, Old English with double tongue heel, 20.5cm long, 4.26ozt (2) £50 - £80

101. An Edwardian silver hip flask, G & J W Hawksley, Sheffield 1906, rectangular shouldered form with bayonet cap and cork insert, 9cm high, 2.78ozt £50 - £70

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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107. An Edwardian silver spectacle case with chain, Cornelius Desormeaux Saunders & James Francis Hollings (Frank) Shepherd, Chester 1908, 2.28ozt £100 - £150 108. An Edwardian silver Fishmongers Company box, Mappin Brothers, Chester 1902, hinged cover engraved ‘Fishmongers Company 9th July 1902` and with a crest and motto, 4cm x 8.5cm x 6.5cm, 4.41ozt £200 - £300 109. A Victorian silver mounted Connamara marble inkwell, Andrew Barrett and Sons, London 1899, cuboid form with glass liner and peg pen holder, 9cm cube £150 - £180 110. Two George III and later silver mounted horn beakers, conical and cylindrical forms, one with engraved name James Nelson, and glass base, the other with incised concentric rings to the base, 11cm high (2) £40 - £60 111. A George III silver mounted horn beaker, circa 1800, conical form with denticulated skirt below a raised band, 7.5cm high £30 - £50 102 102. An early 20th century silver photo frame, oval form, embossed with foliate scrolls and rosettes to the stepped rim, wooden easel back, stamped Sterling Silver 950, opening 16.5cm x 11.5, overall 20cm x 15.5cm £80 - £120

112. A Victorian silver plated spoon warmer, Mappin and Webb, model W260 1/2, realistically modelled as a Nautilus shell on rusticated rocky outcrop, and cast scallop handle, engraved detailing and hinged lid, 14cm high £40 - £60

103. Two Victorian silver and cut glass mustard pots, Thomas Bradbury and Sons, Sheffield 1848 and Mackay and Chisholm, Edinburgh 1859, one with lens cut body, both with cast foliate finials, 12.5cm high (2) £20 - £40

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104. A William IV novelty silver and glass butter dish, Edward, Edward Junior, John & William Barnard, London 1833, the glass dish cut and etched in the form of a coopered pale, the lid of multisided conical form with cast short horn cow to the finial, realistically modelled sitting, 14cm diameter, 5.530zt £400 - £600

113. A George II silver cram jug, William Coles, London 1739, baluster form with sparrow beak and S scroll handle, later embossed with Rococo cartouche, C scroll and foliate rosette decoration, 8.5cm high, 2.14ozt £80 - £120

105. An Edwardian silver butt marker, Henry Stuart Brown, London 1908, the ten numbered ivory pegs within a cuboid case with hinged lid and fob loop, 5.3cm long, 0.58ozt £300 - £500 106. A pair of Victorian silver sifters, Garrard & Co, London 1856, 17cm high, 15.7ozt (2) £800 - £1200

114. A George II silver sauce boat, probably Denis Wilks, London 1750, helmet form with ogee fret rim, open canthus scroll handle and three stepped hoof feet, later embossed with floral rosettes and C scrolls, 16cm long, 6.93ozt £100 - £150 115. A George VI silver salver, William Hutton, Sheffield 1938, circular with ogee scroll and shell moulded fluted rim, on three double C scroll and pad feet, 21.5cm diameter,10.85ozt £80 - £120

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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116. A pair of early Victorian silver salt cellars, John Wellby, London 1841, ovoid cauldron form in the Chinoiserie style, each with cast Oriental figure masks to the scaled bracket legs, embossed with C scrolls and rosettes, gadrooned and gilded to the interior, glass liners, 8cm diameter, 6.68ozt (2) £60 - £100 117. A pair of George V silver salts, Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1917, together with napkin rings and two salt spoons, 3.41ozt (6) £30 - £50

121 121. An Edwardian silver carriage clock, William Comyns, London 1908, cuboid form, Regency pin stripe and sprigged, with white enamelled dial, blue Arabic numerals, 10.5cm high £400 - £450

118 118. A George III silver mounted coconut cup, Thomas Phipps and Edward Robinson, London 1793, the bowl carved with geometric rosettes and bands, on a pedestal foot, 14cm high £850 - £1000

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119 119. An Edwardian silver and tortoiseshell tea caddy, Charles Westwood and Sons, Birmingham 1908, oval section with gadrooned rim and reeded finial, on four squat bun feet, 13cm high £500 - £600 120. An early Victorian silver chamberstick, WE, London 1838, the pear baluster sconce within a cast shell and scroll border with etched Rococo fishscale and foliate border, 16.5cm wide, 11.77ozt £500 - £600

122. An Edwardian silver spice tower, JR, London 1902, the hexagonal container with hinged door, etched with leaves and rusticated wave design, on baluster pedestal, with bells below, flags and conical spire with ball and flag, 24.5cm high £400 - £500 123. A Victorian silver embossed box, Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1901, decorated with a garden scene with minstrel and women in 16th century costume, within foliate scroll and tendril borders, hinged lid with gilt interior, 13.5cm long, 4.67ozt £180 - £220

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127 127. A Victorian silver Gin wine label, Thomas Henry Francis and Frederick Francis, London 1863, oval form with beaded rim, pierced with the letters, on rolo chain, 6cm wide, hangs 11.5cm, 0.78ozt £100 - £150

124 124. A Victorian silver and etched glass claret jug, W and G Sissons, Sheffield 1873, footed baluster form, the body decorated with Bacchanalian putti and goat between ferns and flowers, the mount cast and engraved with ferns, S scroll handle, 26.5cm high £1200 - £1500

128 128. A George IV silver Madeira wine label, Charles Rawlings and William Summers, London 1829, realistically cast in relief as a vine leaf, pierced with the letters, suspended on a rolo chain, 8cm wide, 0.89ozt £50 - £80

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125. A Victorian silver plate and cut glass claret jug, globe and shaft form with facet cut neck, mounted with a bright cut collar and swan beak lidded spout, acanthus scroll handle, the body decorated with Neoclassical honeysuckle and beaded drop bands, 28cm high £80 - £120

129. An early Victorian silver Brandy wine label, John Tongue, Birmingham 1844, chamfered rectangular form, with fluted border, engraved, suspended on a rolo chain, 4.5cm wide, 11cm long, 0.26ozt £20 - £40

126. A George III silver wine coaster, Robert Hennell, London 1788, reticulated with bright cut oval cartouches and foliate fronds below a serpentine rim, turned mahogany base, 12.5cm diameter £200 - £300

130. A pair of George III silver salt cellars, London 1784, oval form, reticulated and bright cut with foliate scrolls, beaded border, each on four ball and claw feet, blue glass liners, 5.5cm high, 3.20ozt (2) £220 - £280

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140. An early Victorian silver castle top card case, Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1843, embossed in low relief with a castle to each side, Warwick castle and Kenilworth castle, 9.5cm x 7cm, 2.35ozt £1000 - £1500 141. A set of four George V silver menu holders, John Henry Hill, London 1927, each cast with a different wild fowl or game bird, set with ruby cabochon eyes, in front of posts, in fitted Mappin and Webb box, 3cm high, 3.36ozt (4) £600 - £700 131

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131. A William IV silver castle top aide memoire, Taylor and Perry, Birmingham 1835, embossed with Abbotsford House to each side, between chased foliate and thistle ground, the interior with a weekly calendar, 9cm x 6cm £300 - £500

137. A William IV silver and tortoiseshell snuff box, Sampson Mordan and Gabriel Riddle, London 1834, rounded pellet form, engine turned to the edge, the lid studded with silver speckles and inlaid with fruiting vine, gilt interior, 7.5cm long £300 - £400

132. A George III silver gilt musical snuff box, London 1818, cuboid form, engine turned, the lid with a border of relief moulded fruit, 9cm long, 5.5cm deep, 2.5cm high £400 - £600

142 142. A George IV silver gilt and gold vinaigrette, William Edwards, London 1827, engine turned with tooled floral borders, the grille pierced and chased with foliate fronds, 4cm x 2.5cm, 1.11ozt £500 - £600

138 138. An early Victorian silver castle top card case, Birmingham 1842, embossed with York Minster and Windsor Castle to each side, within foliate scroll ground, 10cm x 7.5cm, 3.07ozt £1200 - £1400 133

143. An Edwardian silver condiment holder, JE, London 1910, 3.4ozt £100 - £150 144. A pair of Elizabeth II silver wall sconces, WV, London 1995, domed door plate form with cast and etched foliate border, 24.5cm long, 21.02ozt £650 - £700 145. A pair of Victorian silver candlesticks, Hawksworth, Eyre and Co., Sheffield 1900, fluted and beaded wrythen baluster form, with acanthus bands, weighted, 18cm high (2) £250 - £300

133. A George I silver kitchen pepper, William Looker, London 1719, step footed cylindrical form with banding and fluted rim, S handle, the domed lid pierced, 7cm high, 2.07ozt £450 - £500 134. A George V silver vesta case and cigarette case, John Rose, Birmingham 1913 and Lawson Ward and Gammage, Birmingham 1911, pin stripe and chased foliate scroll designs, 8cm x 6cm and 6cm x 5cm, 2.96ozt (2) £30 - £50 135. A Queen Anne silver beaker, Britannia marks, circa 1710, rounded tot form, 7cm diameter, 2.76ozt £300 - £400 136. A pair of Victorian silver twin handled bowls, Martin, Hall and Co., London 1878, footed ogee form with angled handles, beaded rims, the interiors engraved with fruit, 9cm wide, 3.31ozt (2) £100 - £150

139 139. A Victorian silver castle top card case, Frederick Marson, Birmingham 1870, embossed in relief with the Scott Memorial, Edinburgh, within chased foliate scroll ground, 10cm x 7cm, 2.16ozt £750 - £850

146 146. A George III silver snuff box, Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1814, cuboid form, chased with a border of fruit to the lid and base, reeded and etched knotted rope bands to the edges, 6.5cm long, 1.27ozt £300 - £350

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148 147. A Victorian silver novelty vesta case, Birmingham 1875, wick lighter modelled as a horseshoe, 1.39ozt £300 - £400 148. A George IV silver snuff box, Ledsam, Vale and Wheeler, Birmingham 1826, cuboid form, embossed to the lid with a boar hunting scene, engine turned stripe sides and underside, with cast and chased floral borders, gilt interior, 8.5cm wide, 2cm high, 5.5cm deep, 4.70ozt £800 - £1200

150 151. A Victorian silver snuff box, Edward Smith, Birmingham 1846, rounded cuboid form, chased foliate scroll ground, with cast thumb piece, gilt interior, 8.5cm long, 2.42ozt £350 - £400 152. A George V silver mounted leather stationary file, Charles George Goord, London 1912, half domed form with fall flap, green pigskin, monogram EO, with pigeon holed interior, 25cm wide, 18cm high, 10cm deep £80 - £120

155. An Edwardian silver hanging posy, in the form of a slipper of Persian style, George Nathan and Ridley Hayes, Chester 1902, embossed with a hunting scene of horses and hounds, suspended on a double chain and loop, hanging 30cm long, 2.94ozt £350 - £450

149. A Victorian silver tea caddy, Charles Boyton, London 1899, twin handled Neoclassical boat form with reeding and ring handles, embossed with the crest of the Worshipful Company of Grocers, 12cm long, 4.49ozt £1200 - £1300

156. A silver toddy ladle or punch ladle, Garrard & Co, London 1969, monogrammed, lobed oval bowl, 38cm long £20 - £30

150. A George I miniature silver porringer, William Fleming, London 1718, double ogee form with S scroll handles, 3.5cm high, 0.77ozt £800 - £1000

153 153. A novelty silver and glass scent bottle, in the form of a pair of binoculars, red bodies with screw and hinged caps, 7cm high £240 - £300

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154. An Asprey and Co. silver plated coachman’s torch or lamp, with front hinged flap and spikes to the hinged lid, together with a Walker and Hall silver plated stand with two bowls, 20cm high £60 - £80

157. A George III silver bread basket, William Frisbee, London 1788, navette form, reticulated and bright cut in the Neoclassical style, with a reed and roundel border, swing handle and pierced foot, 37cm long, 22.59ozt £850 - £1000 158. A pair of Victorian silver sauce tureens, Robert Garrard, London 1852, each of twin handled lobed pedestal boat form, bead and shell gadrooned borders with cast lappets of foliate scrolls to the lids, the handles of C S scroll form applied with naturalistic flowering vines, bombe baluster finials, 27cm long, 53.98ozt (2) £3000 - £4000

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161 159. A Victorian novelty silver stamp box vesta, Samuel Jacob, London 1895, in the form of a golf club, the head with hinged lid and pouch, the handle with extractable tube, 29cm long, 2.06ozt £300 - £400 160. A silver calendar and twin picture frame, Charles S Green & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1908, 19.5cm high £80 - £120 161. A pair of Edwardian silver gilt novelty menu holders, Finnigan’s, London 1909, realistically modelled as turkeys, cast and chased, on plain bases, 4.5cm high, 5.52ozt (2) £350 - £450 162. A pair of George V silver mounted glass match strikers, London 1915, spherical form with applied ribbing, 10cm diameter (2) £500 - £550 163. An Edwardian silver and tortoiseshell page turner, John Armstrong, London 1903, the plain tapered blade fitted in a silver sleeve handle, 45cm long £120 - £180 164. A white metal combination vesta case snuff box, hip shaped with gilt interiors, 9.5cm x 6.5cm, 5.42ozt £140 - £180 165. A George III silver coffee pot, William Cripps, London 1778, footed baluster form, the spout cast with acanthus fronds and scrolls, fruitwood ear handle, between beaded rims, the hinged lid with bud finial, 31cm high, 28.67ozt £1100 - £1400 166. A Victorian silver sugar caster, F B Thomas and Co., London 1879, footed pear baluster form, embossed with a pastoral village scene in the style of Teniers, 13.5cm high, 4.87ozt £200 - £300

167 167. A George I silver bowl, William Fleming, London 1715, plain hemispherical form, with fluted rim on domed and stepped foot, 11cm diameter, 3.99ozt £750 - £850 168. A silver filigree card case, 19th century, reticulated foliate scroll design, within ropetwist borders, 9.5cm x 6cm, 2.15ozt £200 - £300 169. A George III silver tea caddy, Andrew Fogelberg and Stephen Gilbert, London 1789, multi sided navette form, with domed lid and ring handle, engraved with the arms and crest of Alires, 16cm high, 14.65ozt £1200 - £1500

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170. A novelty silver pin dish in the form of a sombrero, repousse embossed and chased with floral motifs and ropetwist border, 7.5cm diameter £30 - £50 171. A Victorian silver model of a large shot horned cow, William Wrangham Williams, London circa 1865, realistically modelled standing on a grassy roundel, weighted, 6.5cm long £180 - £220

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172. An Edwardian silver novelty cow pin cushion, Levi and Salaman, Birmingham 1905, realistically modelled as a standing Jersey cow, velvet cushion back, 6cm long £700 - £900 173. A Victorian silver model of a shot horned cow, Joseph Angell and George Angell, London circa 1845, realistically modelled standing on a grassy roundel, 6.5cm long, 2.16g £180 - £220 174. An Elizabeth II novelty silver figure of a town crier, Stilwell Engravers, London 1976, modelled in 18th century costume, 5cm high, 1.08ozt £20 - £40

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178. A silver and Scottish hardstone set novelty pin cushion, in the form of a shoe, with chased decoration, 8.5cm long £300 - £400

175 175. An Edwardian silver novelty combination pen knife pencil, William Hurcomb, London 1906, in the form of a 4 inch ruler, with two propelling pencils with red and black enamelled buttons, 11cm long £130 - £180

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179 179. An Edwardian novelty silver pin cushion, Adie and Lovekin Ltd., Birmingham 1907, in the form of an elephant, with velvet back, 4.5cm long £180 - £220

184. After Alphonse Mucha, a Jugendstil silver and enamelled glass toilet bottle, Heinrich Levinger, Germany, import marks Birmingham 1902, cylindrical form, the hinged lid with a guilloche and painted enamel portrait of Mucha’s Primrose, 1899, highlighted in gilt, in the Art Nouveau style, 5cm diameter, 8cm high £300 - £500

180. A novelty silver plated toast rack in the form of a gondola, Scott and Randle, four division, with ring handle, on four ball feet, 16.5cm long £30 - £50

176 176. A Victorian novelty silver vesta case, Colen Hewer Cheshire, Birmingham 1888, embossed in the form of a comical man in top hat, 6cm long, 0.67ozt £80 - £120

181. A Victorian electrotype inkwell, probably Elkington and Co., circa 1860, embossed and cast in relief with images of horses through the ages, including Ancient, Medieval and Modern, glass liner, 22cm diameter £80 - £120

185 185. David Andersen, a Norwegian silver and enamelled, jade set thimble, circa 1900, ropetwist wave and dot bands in blue and white cloisonné enamel, 2.5cm high £30 - £50

177 177. A George III novelty silver vinaigrette, John Lawrence, Birmingham 1817, modelled as an articulated fish, chased and bright cut with fish scales, the hinged head opening to reveal a gilt pierced rosette grille, 9cm long, 0.43ozt £900 - £1200

182 182. A Victorian Revivalist silver and gilt spoon, John Aldwinckle and Thomas Slater, London 1894, in the Jacobean style, knopped, turned and wrythen fluted to the terminal, 19.5cm long, 1.81ozt £30 - £50 183. A pair of Aesthetic Movement silver gilt goblets, Charles Edwards, London 1880, squat tulip bowls on splayed feet, engraved with cranes within geometric borders, 14cm high, 8.14ozt (2) £750 - £800

186 186. A silver and enamelled pill box, Heinrich Levinger, Germany, import marks Birmingham 1899, squat ovoid form, with champleve enamel of clovers and toadstool with spider’s web, insect and spider, 3.5cm diameter, 0.58ozt £400 - £500

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187 187. An Arts and Crafts silver belt, George Lawrence Connell, London 1902, each roundel with a relief moulded open C scroll motif, linked on bar chains, 70cm long, 4.22ozt £150 - £250 188. An Arts and Crafts silver and enamelled salt cellar, James Fenton, Birmingham 1906, twin handled conical cauldron form, with green enamel leaf motifs, on four ball feet, glass liner, 1.08ozt £40 - £70

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189 189. Archibald Knox for Liberty and Co., a Cymric Arts and Crafts silver and enamelled buckle, Birmingham 1905, boat form, planished and reticulated with Celtic knot motifs and panels of blue and green turquoise enamel, 8cm wide, 1.55ozt £200 - £300

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191 191. Oliver Baker for Liberty and Co., an Arts and Crafts silver and turquoise spoon, Birmingham 1900, the heart shaped bowl with applied foliate tendrils and bisected terminal handle, flanking a turquoise bead, 8.5cm long, 0.32ozt £100 - £150

190 190. Archibald Knox for Liberty and Co., a Cymric Arts and Crafts silver and enamelled buckle, Birmingham 1905, winged form, with relief moulded foliate tendrils, in blue and green turquoise enamel, 8.5cm wide, 1.72ozt £200 - £300

192. Charles Robert Ashbee for the Guild of Handicraft, an Arts and Crafts silver chafing dish, London 1907, planished oval form, with ogee domed lid, the wire S bracket finial set with a green hardstone cabochon, turned ebonised handle, 24cm wide, 20.35ozt £4000 - £5000

193. Kate Harris for William Hutton, an Arts and Crafts silver and enamelled buckle, Birmingham 1902/1903, relief moulded lobed and stepped scroll design, with blue green enamel, 9cm wide, 1.70ozt £150 - £250 194. A pair of Arts and Crafts silver photo frames, Gourdel Vales and Co., Birmingham 1904, ogee bracket form, embossed with flowering tendrils and motto Dinna Forget to each, on oak backings and easel supports, opening 5.5cm diameter, overall 10cm x 10cm (2) £100 - £200

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195 195. Kate Harris for G L Connell, an Arts and Crafts silver inkwell, London 1902, triangular section, the lid embossed with an Art Nouveau woman with mirror and forget me nots, the sides with stylised flowering trees, on three pad feet, ceramic liner, 6cm high, 9cm diameter, 5.75ozt £1200 - £1600

198 198. Katherine Coggin for Liberty and Co., an Arts and Crafts silver cup and cover, Birmingham 1899, the flared ogee body embossed with stylised tulips, on a lobed stem and ribbed flat domed foot, 32cm high, 28.04ozt £2000 - £3000

196 196. Kate Harris for Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company, a large Arts and Crafts silver presentation cigar casket, London 1901, rectangular section on splayed spear bracket feet, embossed to the front and back with borders of Art Nouveau style floral motifs, pierced and fretted hinge latch, the lid and back with applied lappet and flower head hinges, riveted in copper and set with jade cabochons, engraved inscription and arms of the National University of Ireland Galway (Queen’s College), 33cm wide, 12cm high, 17cm deep Provenance: Presented to Professor Alfred Senier by his Old Galway students, May 1909 £1800 - £2200 197. Kate Harris for William Hutton, a pair of Arts and Crafts silver and enamelled clothes brushes, London 1903, embossed in the Art Nouveau style with sinuous tendrils and floral bouquets, highlighted in green blue enamel, 18cm long (2) £100 - £200

199 199. Omar Ramsden and Alwyn Carr, an Arts and Crafts silver spoon, London 1910, planished and cast with a stylised iris handle, 16cm long, 1.52ozt £300 - £400

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200 200. An Arts and Crafts silver and moonstone box, George Lawrence Connell, London 1903, circular, planished and repousse decorated with flame bud motifs and three cabochons to the lid, 6cm diameter, 1.79ozt £800 - £1200

203 203. Charles Fleetwood Varley (attributed), an Arts and Crafts enamelled silver box, circa 1905, cylindrical form, the lid set with a roundel of blossoming tree, within an embossed border and motto Sweets to the Sweet and a winged heart, 6.5cm diameter, 2.34ozt

201. Archibald Knox for Liberty and Co., a Cymric Arts and Crafts silver bowl, Birmingham 1902, domed ogee conical form on three C strap legs, set with green cabochon stones, 17cm diameter, 14.3ozt £1500 - £2000

Note: Varley worked for the Guild of Handicraft alongside C R Ashbee, as well as retailing his enamelled work through Liberty and Co.. £1000 - £1500

202. Omar Ramsden, a pair of Arts and Crafts silver long spoons, London 1934, planished naturalistic form, the stems with overlapping foliate lappets, surmounted by a closed bud finial, 20cm long, 6.23ozt (2) £800 - £1200

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207 205. An Arts and Crafts silver jug, Robert Pringle, London 1907, splayed conical form with naturalistic whiplash ogee rim and spout, the handle with foliate tendrils to the body in the Art Nouveau style, 10cm high, 1.98ozt £40 - £70

208. Bernard Cuzner for Liberty and Co., an Arts and Crafts silver bowl, Birmingham 1928, planished with everted rim, on a repousse embossed wreath foot of leaves and berries, number 50221, 25.5cm diameter, 21.83ozt £800 - £1200

204 204. An Arts and Crafts silver butter dish, A E Jones, Birmingham 1908, planished squat form with three handles, inset lid, 15cm diameter, 6.17ozt £80 - £120

206 206. An Arts and Crafts white metal bowl, in the style of Oliver Baker for Liberty and Co., twin handled ogee conical form, planished with riveted rim and pierced handles, apparently unmarked, 16cm wide, 7.60ozt £300 - £400 207. A E Jones, an Arts and Crafts silver four piece tea set, Birmingham 1924, planished and footed ovoid form, with bands of ribbon and thread, fruitwood handles, model 857, teapot 27cm long, 41.28ozt (4) £1100 - £1300

209 209. Bernard Instone, an Arts and Crafts silver and enamelled mug, Birmingham 1928, planished footed form, flared, the handle with champleve floral enamel, 7.5cm high, 3.69ozt £400 - £500

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210. Edward Spencer for the Artificers Guild, an Arts and Crafts silver bowl, London 1932, hemispherical footed form, embossed with double vertical bands below a cast leaf and ropetwist rim, the foot similarly decorated with ropetwist banding, 18cm diameter, 17.53ozt £1500 - £2000 211. Omar Ramsden, a set of six Arts and Crafts silver teaspoons, London 1938, planished, naturalistic foliate form, of alternating designs, three with wrythen lappets and encased floral buds, the others of slender leaf form with seed head finials, in original fitted box, 11.5cm long, 4.29ozt (6) £650 - £700 212. Omar Ramsden, an Arts and Crafts silver mug, London 1935, footed trumpet form, planished, with whiplash handle, repousse embossed presentation band, Julia Hampson Boosey, incised to underside from John Hampson, 8.5cm high, 7.23ozt £1000 - £1200

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213. Guild of Handicraft, an Arts and Crafts style silver beaker, London 1979, planished rounded form, 7cm high, 6.63ozt £400 - £500 214. Guild of Handicraft, an Arts and Crafts style jug, London 1971, planished footed baluster form, with fluted rim and S strap handle, 14cm high, 10.03ozt £400 - £500 215. An Iona style silver plated and ivory biscuit box, circa 1930, chamfered cuboid form with relief moulded Celtic knot and beaded bands, 15.5cm wide, 14.5cm high, 11cm deep £40 - £70 216. Charles Boyton, a pair of Art Deco silver dishes, London 1935, square section, planished and applied with stepped ziggurat motifs, facsimile signature, 8cm square, 4.88ozt (2) £200 - £300

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217 217. An Art Deco silver plated bowl, J H Potter, Sheffield circa 1935, reeded with concentric bands and stepped crenelated rim, 26cm diameter £20 - £30 218. A pair of George V silver Art Deco match box covers, George Betjemann & Sons, London 1929, set with dog’s head cartouche, 4.5cm x 3cm, 1.08ozt (2) £50 - £70 219. An Art Deco 800 European silver and wooden cantilever cigarette box, 5.5cm high £60 - £100

221 221. A French Art Deco silver plated teapot, Phenix, Lyon circa 1925, multifaceted ovoid form with walnut handle and finial, the spout of fluted naturalistic ogee form, stamped marks, 18.5cm high £40 - £70

222 222. Christian Fjerdingstad for Christofle, an Art Deco Gallia silver plated Swan sauce boat, circa 1930, model 0422, footed oval form with flat angular handle and wave foot rim, stamped marks, 20cm long £50 - £100

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220. An Art Deco silver cocktail shaker, Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company, London 1934, stepped cylindrical form with conical foot and flat stepped lid, ivorine finial, 23cm high £800 - £1200

223. Harald Nielsen for Georg Jensen, a Danish Art Deco silver bowl, model 575A, the planished body with everted rim, on a turned and splayed ogee foot, stamped marks Sterling, 6.2cm diameter, 0.92ozt £80 - £120

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226 226. Keith Murray for Mappin and Webb, an Art Deco silver plated bowl, circa 1932, stepped and footed shallow conical form, with incised concentric rings to the rim, stamped marks, W27701, 23.5cm diameter £80 - £120 224 224. Keith Murray for Mappin and Webb, an Art Deco silver plated bowl or bon bon dish, circa 1931, the ogee bowl denticulated and reticulated with pierced triangle border, on stepped foot, stamped marks W28262, 12cm diameter, 4.5cm high £40 - £70

227. An Art Deco silver and cut glass shaker, William Hutton and Sons, Birmingham 1929, the hexagonal section conical lid on an etched and engraved faceted body, 15cm high £30 - £50

225 225. Keith Murray for Mappin and Webb, an Art Deco silver plated six division toast rack, circa 1931, the pentagonal dividers with central ring, united by stepped geometric bars, stamped marks W28157, 11.5cm long £60 - £100

228 228. Asprey and Co., an Art Deco novelty silver Milk Churn cocktail shaker, Birmingham 1926, conical form with single handle and conical oval section spout, the lid with integrated strainer, 28cm high, 20.05ozt £800 - £1200

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229. Lawson and Raphael Clarke for Wilson and Gill, an Art Deco Master Incolor recipe cocktail shaker, circa 1934, black bakelite with silver plated fittings and cap, conical form with stepped shoulder, the gill measure with rotating ring, embossed with eight recipes, including Clover Club, Dry Martini, Manhattan, Whisky Sour, Tom Collins, Orange Blossom, Side Car and Bronx, the pouring spout with cap, internal sieve, moulded marks and registration number, 28cm high Note: this iconic cocktail shaker, combining the quintessentially Art Deco material bakelite with slick lines and angles, was manufactured by De La Rue and retailed through the Wilson and Gill shop in Regent Street, London, under the trade company Lawson and Raphael Ltd.. Produced in several colours, it became popular in both Britain and America. £400 - £600

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230. Christopher Lawrence, a Modernist silver drinks set, House of Lawrian, London 1975, including decanter, six goblets and tray, tapered bodies, textured with plain rims, gilt interiors, tray 32cm diameter, 85.75ozt (8) £4000 - £5000 231. Stuart Devlin, a Modernist silver and parcel gilt rose bowl and cover, London 1977, ogee form with reticulated rusticated lattice lid, 21cm diameter, 23.72ozt £2000 - £2500

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233 232. Stuart Devlin, a Modernist silver beaker, London 1977, textured cylindrical form, with plain rim, 10cm high, 7.49ozt £500 - £800

233. Stuart Devlin, a pair of Modernist silver and parcel gilt beakers, London 1978, conical form with blind reticulated rusticated lattice, below plain rims, 9.5cm high, 19.65ozt (2) £1500 - £1800

234. David Andersen, a pair of novelty silver gilt and enamelled salt and pepper pots, in the form of owls, each with guilloche enamel in purple and green, black and white eyes, bayonet stoppers, marked DA Norway Sterling, 5.5cm high, 1.30ozt (2) £100 - £150

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235. Patrick Mavros, an African Modernist silver and hardwood figure group of kudu, Zimbabwe, 1998, signed with seal, plaque for Royal Harare Golf Club, 9cm high £400 - £500

236. Patrick Mavros, an African Modernist silver and hardwood figure of a sable antelope, Zimbabwe, signed with seal, 9.5cm high £300 - £400

237. M Pagliari for Cape Silver, a South African Modernist silver dish, Cape Town circa 2000, embossed with water buffalo, within a gilt ground raised border of stylised tribal panels of geometric and cave art images, signed, 18.5cm diameter, 10.73ozt £400 - £500

238. A Modernist silver Millennium Beaker, A E Jones, Birmingham 2000, number 56 of 1000, footed trumpet form with pierced interlocking M motifs AD 2000, in fitted box, 10cm high, 3.45ozt £40 - £60

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JEWELLERY AND WATCHES 239. A 9 carat gold sapphire and diamond cluster ring, approx size L, 2.4g £40 - £60 240. Three 9 carat gold and white stone rings, approx size K 1/2, 8.2g £70 - £100 241. A 9 carat gold wedding band and knotted ring, approx size L 1/2 and J, 5.1g (2) £50 - £80

251. Five 9 carat gold gem set rings, including opal, garnet and bloodstone, together with smoky quartz and blue and white stone, 19.1g (5) £100 - £150 252. A 9 carat gold St Christopher pendant on chain, cast in relied, 2.5cm long, the chain 47cm long, 8.2g £50 - £80 261 261. A 15 carat gold, ruby and opal bracelet, circa 1900, each alternating bar formed of ropetwist scrolls united by opposing segments and central square set rubies, linked with oval cabochon opals in milled and beaded settings, 19cm long, 16g £150 - £250

242. A 22 carat gold wedding ring, approx size K, 4.1g £70 - £100

262. Two Victorian silver and mixed metal brooches, including an etched and gold applied brooch and a reticulated circular example with initials, 4.5cm long (2) £20 - £40 263. A string of graduated circular coral beads, together with a natural coral necklace, 43cm long (2) £20 - £40 243

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243. A diamond solitaire ring, on 18 carat gold band, approx 0.5carat central stone, ring size approx J 1/2, 1.6g £200 - £400

253. A 9 carat gold ingot pendant on chain, London 1976, 6cm long, the chain 61cm long, 37.8g £300 - £400

244. A three stone diamond ring, on 18 carat gold band, the central stone approx 0.25 carat, flanked by two smaller stones, approx size J 1/2 £150 - £250

254. A 9 carat gold chain link bracelet, textured mesh and entwined wire links, united by a heart padlock, 19cm long, 12g £80 - £120

245. Three 9 carat gold gem set ring, including emerald and diamond, sapphire and diamond and garnet, approx size K, 7.0g (3) £50 - £80

255. Three pairs of engine turned silver cufflinks, including two pairs of oval examples with barley turning, and a pair of rectangular form cheque pattern examples, 1.31ozt £30 - £50

246. Two 18 carat gold sapphire and diamond rings, approx size J, 3.9g (2) £80 - £120

256. A pair of diamond stud earrings, in 18 carat white gold, approx. 2.5mm diameter £150 - £200

247. An 18 carat gold channel set diamond ring, approx size J 1/2, 3.2g £50 - £100

257. A 22 carat gold and diamond ring, approx size K, 2.4g £60 - £100

248. Four gold rings, including three stone diamond and two signet rings, 7.5g (4) £80 - £120

258. A matched suite of 9 carat gold cameo jewellery, including pendant brooch, earrings and ring, 4cm long (4) £30 - £50

249. A pair of diamond stud earrings, each stone approx 0.25 carats, set in 18 carat yellow gold £200 - £300

259. A 9 carat gold chain bracelet, with safety chain and clasp lock, 21cm long, 8.6g £50 - £80

250. Two 9 carat gold wedding bands, approx size K and M, 8.1g £80 - £120

260. A 9 carat gold and onyx signet ring, approx size J, 1.5g £20 - £40

264. A multicoloured quartz and hardstone necklace, rough beads including jade and rose quartz, on a 9 carat gold clasp, 49cm long £30 - £50 265. A 22 carat gold wedding band, approx size J 1/2, 2.3g £50 - £100 266. A 15 carat gold and diamond ring, together with a turquoise and pearl ring, approx size J 1/2, 3.2g (2)£60 - £80

267 267. A Victorian gold, onyx and seed pearl brooch, oval cabochon form with beaded and ropework border, central star of graduated pearls, together with another mourning brooch, 4.5cm long £60 - £80 268. Two silver bangles and a 9 carat gold metal core bangle, 6.5cm diameter (3) £40 - £60

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269. A 9 carat gold crucifix pendant on chain, 3cm pendant, chain 57cm long, 8.3g £50 - £80

277. An 18 carat gold ruby and diamond ring, five graduated stones, approx size K, 3.3g £80 - £120

270. A Lapis Lazuli rough stone necklace, together with a green and red hardstone bead necklace on yellow metal clasp, 45cm and 48cm long (2) £40 - £70

278. A 22carat gold wedding band, approx size K, 2.6g £50 - £80 279. An 18 carat gold solitaire diamond ring, approx weight 0.1carat in a white metal tubular setting, size L, 2.8g £80 - £120 280. A pair of 9 carat gold cufflinks, hollow oval bean form, engraved with initials, 6.0g £40 - £70

287 287. Wiener Werkstatte, a Secessionist bead necklace, circa 1920s, tubular form with pink ground studded with git metallic beads and concentric coloured bands, 84cm long £150 - £250

281. A 9 carat gold and diamond pyramid ring, three levels of stones, approx size K, 4.3g £40 - £60 271 271. A Victorian yellow metal and peach stone brooch, the facet cut oval stone approx 2.8cm long, within a frame of knotted tubular scrolls and foliate chased fronds, 5cm long, 23.9g £60 - £100

282. An 18 carat white gold and diamond half eternity ring, 9 stones approximately 3mm diameter 0.1 carat each, approx size K 1/2, 3.2g £200 - £300

272. A pair of diamond stud earrings, each stone approx half a carat, in faceted claw setting of 18 carat white gold £400 - £500 273. A pair of diamond cluster stud earrings, each with seven stones, set in 18 carat white gold £150 - £250 274. An Arts and Crafts South African diamond and sapphire double drop necklace on 15 carat gold, circa 1905, the asymmetrical bars of rose cut and emerald cut stones with pear shaped drops, suspended from a cushion stone, 4.5cm long, chain 42cm long, 5.8g £600 - £800

288 288. A Jugendstil plique a jour enamelled silver and pearl brooch, open foliate and flower design with central natural pearl, a further Rococo pearl suspended below, 4.5cm wide, 6.6g £120 - £180 283 283. An 18 carat white gold, diamond and sapphire half eternity ring, seven stones in square milled settings, each 3mm white stone approximately 0.1 carat, approx size K, 5.4g £200 - £300 284. A white metal clan badge for Gordon, William Richard Corke, London, the stag head crest within a garter titled Bydand, stamped marks, 6cm, 0.69ozt £30 - £50 285. An 18 carat white gold diamond and sapphire half eternity ring, square cut blue stones, approx size K, 3.2g £80 - £120

289 289. Edouard Aime Arnould, an Art Nouveau silver necklace, circa 1900, cast in the form of gilt pine cones and foliate fronds, suspended on a chain, 40.5cm long £200 - £400

275 275. A Victorian 9 carat gold and amethyst brooch, the 2cm round stone within a high claw setting £30 - £50

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276. An 18 carat gold five stone diamond ring, approx size K, 3.4g £70 - £100

286. An 18 carat gold wedding ring, facet cut decoration, approx size L, 2.4g £40 - £60

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290. Murrle Bennett and Co., an Arts and Crafts turquoise and 15 carat gold brooch, the oblong stone within a sinuous knotted tendril and ring cartouche, 3.5cm long, 6.0g £300 - £500

293. A Jugendstil plique a jour enamelled and gem set silver brooch, the open lyre form frame set with a plaque of green enamel flanked by amethyst cabochons, three rods suspended and terminating with garnet type beads, 5.5cm long £120 - £180

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291. Charles Fleetwood Varley for the Guild of Handicraft (attributed), an Arts and Crafts silver and enamelled necklace, the pendant type shield form plaque decorated with an orchard scene with blossom and flowers, suspended on two chains, a coral bead below, 4.5cm long, the chain 45cm long £200 - £400

294. An Arts and Crafts silver and enamelled brooch, Marples and Beasley, Birmingham 1909, open scroll form cast with green basse taille enamel ivy leaves, on a blue ground, 2.7cm diameter, 5.2g £40 - £70

297. Alexander Ritchie, an Arts and Crafts Iona silver necklace, the Celtic knot cross pendant supported on a chain with cast ovals decorated with galleons and crosses to each side, 8cm long, the chain 59cm long, 28g £200 - £300 298. A Scandinavian Modernist white metal and enamelled bangle, circa 1970s, incised geometric design with black enamel trellis, 7.5cm wide, 1.42ozt £20 - £40

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292 292. Meyle and Mayer, a Jugendstil silver gilt and pearl brooch, the open whiplash tendril body set with mother of pearl plaques, supporting a chain with wire encased Rococo pearl, 4.5cm long £100 - £200

295. Theodor Fahner for Murrle Bennett and Co., a Jugendstil silver and enamelled brooch, of open foliate tendril design with central jade cabochon and purple enamel terminals, 3cm wide, 4.6g £60 - £100

299. Henning Koppel for Georg Jensen, a Danish Modernist silver brooch, model 327, designed 1956, triangular sail form, stamped Sterling, 6cm long, 0.65ozt £80 - £120

300 296 296. Murrle Bennett and Co., an Arts and Crafts 9 carat gold brooch, in the Celtic style, folded and angled scroll design, stamped marks, 4cm long, 2.4g £80 - £120

300. Hroar Prydz, a Norwegian silver and enamelled butterfly brooch, basse taille engraved and realistically decorated in blue, white and black enamel with yellow tipped wings, stamped S925, 5cm long, 7.5g £60 - £100

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301. A Modernist silver and onyx necklace, the central cabochon stone flanked by graduated links of pierced key design, 13cm diameter £30 - £50

307. A Smiths gold plated automatic shockproof wristwatch, champagne dial with even Arabic numerals, date window and red arrow sweep seconds hand, 3.5cm wide £20 - £40

302 302. Patrick Mavros, a pair of Modernist silver cufflinks, in the form of elephants, Zimbabwe 2012, in original box, 2cm diameter, 0.49ozt £100 - £150 303. A 14 carat gold pocket watch, gilt dial with Roman numerals, marked D.F. & Co, no. 7632203, 3.5cm wide, 29.6g £80 - £120

308 308. An Omega ladies Constellation 1450 wristwatch, stainless steel and 18 carat gold, gilt dial, quartz movement, on bracelet strap, 2.5cm wide £250 - £350

COINS AND MILITARIA

304 304. Jaeger LeCoultre, a stainless steel Uniplan tank type watch, gold applied Arabic numerals and concentric chapter ring on a silvered dial, marked Le Coultre, with stepped lugs and bevelled case, movement numbered and signed, case marked 30511, 2.6cm x 2.2cm, 4cm total length £100 - £200 305. A 9 carat gold Rotary gents’ wristwatch, cushioned square case with circular dial and red arrow seconds hand, manual wind, 3cm wide £50 - £80 306. A Rotary Beaumont midsize wristwatch, mid side, gold plated oyster style on bracelet, quartz movement with white enamelled dial and date window, 3cm wide £20 - £40

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Edward VII, gold sovereign 1904

£200 - £300

310. Republic of China silver memento dollar (Yuan), 1927, portrait Sun Yat Sen left, rev. Birth of Republic of China £30 - £50 311. Hong Kong silver trade dollar, 1929, Britannia standing left, rev. Chinese symbols in arabesque key border £70 - £90 312. World War Two German Navy (Kriegsmarine) Officer’s dress dagger, housed in hammered scabbard with two hanging strap rings, cross guard with fouled anchor to centre and release clip to the reverse, pommel in the form of an eagle with swastika, white celluloid grip with wire binding, etched blade marked on ricasso with Knight Head trademark of WKC, 42cm total length £550 - £750 313. A 19th century French Sapeurs Pompiers de Chantonnay brass fireman`s helmet, front mounted flaming grenade shield, red feather plume, fish scale chin strap and original leather liner £200 - £300

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314. World War Two German Land Customs Officer’s dress dagger, housed in dark green leather scabbard with plated mounts and two hanging strap rings, aluminium eagle cross guard and pommel with green leather grip with wire, blade marked Alcoso Solingen on ricasso, 41cm total length £1200 - £1400

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WORKS OF ART AND METAL 328. A George V red leather government despatch box, gilt embossed crowned GRV Royal cipher to lid and inscription ‘H. M. Attorney General Sir William Jowitt, K. C. M. P.’, with brass handle, the interior with maker’s stamp and Bramah lock, 15cm high, 46cm long, 31cm deep

315. A Victorian carved ivory carving set, the handles modelled in relief with the busts of Shakespeare and Byron, W Pearce, Nottingham steel blades, in fitted case, 46cm long £200 - £300

321 321. A 17th century style gold, ivory and coral knife, the pistol grip handle set with punched rosettes and inlaid bar motifs, steel blade, 16.5cm long £100 - £150 316 316. An 18th century Bilston enamel snuff box, oval form, painted with a scene of a woman feeding a bird, within gilt and jewelled cartouche, on a blue ground, 5cm long £40 - £70 317. A Days patent, Gothic Revival, gilt brass folding fan table screen, cylindrical form, relief moulded Decorated Gothic arcading and screw cap finial with green silk folding concertina screen and articulated holder, 24.5cm high£30 - £50 318. A Victorian ballot box with balls, brass handled drawer and back handle, 23.5cm high £40 - £60

323. Grant, J. 1886, The Tartans of The Clans of Scotland, 1st Edition, London and Edinburgh, Numerous colour plates, embossed cloth cover £80 - £120 324. An Edwardian travelling chess set, the walnut folding case with hinged doors and pegged bone and red stained pieces in a satinwood and rosewood board, 25cm square £120 - £180

326. A brass surveyor’s sight, theodolite style, with horizontal marked rotating ring adjustment, and telescopic eyepiece, 31cm high £90 - £120

319. A Scandinavian folk art carved wooden drinking bowl, in the form of a bird, Norwegian, probably 19th century, 38cm long £70 - £100

329. A 19th century gilt bronze, oak and brass strung crucifix, probably German, the knotty cross with applied cast figure of Christ, 46cm long £50 - £80

322. Three books including the Army List 1847, Navy List 1823 and 18th century book of characters and portraits, the two Lists in needlepoint Union Flag covers (3) £140 - £160

325. A pair of Prisma snakeskin and chrome binoculars, Paris, circa 1930s, 11.5cm wide £40 - £60

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Note: William Allen Jowitt, 1st Earl Jowitt, PC, QC (15 April 1885 – 16 August 1957) was a British Liberal Party, National Labour and then Labour Party politician and lawyer who served as Lord Chancellor under Clement Attlee from 1945 to 1951 £100 - £200

327. An Edwardian mahogany and parquetry inlaid book box, sloping sides, the front panel set with geometric baluster and cheque design, 32cm wide, 20cm high, 17cm deep £50 - £80

320. A 19th century beagle crop with antler whistle hook, Malacca cane and leather strap end, 31cm long £50 - £80

330 330. A Victorian papier mâché lacquered cabinet, ogee cuboid bracket form, the double doors opening to reveal five graduated drawers, inlaid with mother of pearl and abalone, painted and gilded with geometric banding, 24cm wide, 23cm high, 19cm deep £300 - £400 331. A Francois Gautier bisque headed doll, circa 1890, on composite body, with pierced ears, carrying a ceramic doll, 54cm long, together with a trunk, Paradis des Enfants £500 - £800 332. A Victorian Masonic ballot box, for Gordon lodge, oak with painted lettering, 43cm wide, 20cm high, 22cm deep £120 - £180 333. A Victorian stained glass armorial panel, the arms, crest and motto of Black, within a geometric cartouche and octagonal frame, 91cm square £100 - £200

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334. A 19th century wax portrait bust, relief modelled in profile, 5.5cm long, framed £50 - £80

339. A Franklin Mint Monopoly Collectors’ edition playing table, board game in a mahogany case with glass cover mounted on stand, gilt player pieces and hotels, vintage pattern property cards, chance/community chest cards, 80.5cm high £100 - £150

343. A 19th century Boulle work bracket, tortoiseshell with tooled brass inlay and gilt foliate mask mounts, 38cm wide, 19cm deep, 25cm high £200 - £300

340 340. An 18th century Scandinavian peg tankard, willow-bound and chipcarved with geometric motifs, hinged cover with central finial, pierced handle, 21cm high including finial £60 - £80 335 335. A large late 17th century carved figure of Mary, possibly originally part of a crucifixion cross, 104cm high £700 - £900

344 344. A gilt brass swiss carriage clock, the white enamelled chapter ring and subsidiary dial with Roman numerals, fluted columns and blind fret friezes, bobbin turned folding carrying handle, signed, 14.5cm high £200 - £300 345. A Kaiser novelty chrome plated birdcage alarm clock, with ticking bird seconds marker and revolving pedestal drum chapter rings, 15cm high £150 - £250

336. A set of six mother of pearl caviar spoons, carved, with angled terminals, in fitted case, 11cm long (6) £30 - £50 337. A 19th century French gilt brass and paste set mirror, bevelled oval form, tooled and chased with ribbon and floral boughs, bordered with red and yellow facet cut beads, surmounted by a bow, easel back, 31.5cm high £70 - £90

341 341. A George IV carved ivory presentation gavel, inscribed to the silver band, Presented to the House of Lords for the use of the Lord Chancellor, by William Sweeting, November 1829, the handle carved with geometric and foliate bands, knopped and beaded, the head with laurel and bead borders, 24.5cm long Note: the Chancellor at the time was John Copley, 1st Baron Lyndhurst £900 - £1300

338 338. A 19th century micro mosaic paperweight, the central oval with a duck at the edge of a pond, within a red granite ring, set in an ogee rimmed black marble plaque, 15cm long £80 - £120

342. A late 19th century Swiss simulated rosewood 10 air musical box, B.H. Abrahams, St. Croix, Switzerland circa 1885, hinged rectangular cover with musical instrument decal on rosewood field within stringing and kingwood borders, enclosing printed air card of Walter Marty, Herisau, the 16cm barrel three bells with brass strikers in the shape of bees operated by a crank handle, enclosed in ebonised wood, 22cm high, 45cm wide, 26cm deep £300 - £500

346 346. A Palais Royal gilt metal three branch candelabrum, circa 1860, green opaline glass and cast gilt metal foot with stylised leaves and rope twist border, converted to a lamp.51cm high £50 - £80 347. A Victorian cast bronze and ormolu electrotype goblet, circa 1874, conical form with beaded foot, relief moulded to the lower half with scenes from Don Quixote, in the Elkington style, stamped marks, 16cm high £100 - £200

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348. D Brucciani & Co London, a plaster study of a blinded and flayed man, 19th century, numbered 2271A, 69.5cm high £80 - £120

349 349. A 19th century bronze bust of Benjamin Brodie, modelled in the Classical style, on a book, 12.5cm high £40 - £60

351 351. Ferdinand Preiss, an Art Deco bronze figure, The Red Dancer, circa 1925, on granite and marble base, signed in the cast, 40cm high £1500 - £2000 352. An Art Nouveau carved wooden corbel bracket, modelled as a woman’s head with foliate headdress and scrolls, 34cm high £70 - £100

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350. Karl Hagenauer, an Austrian Art Deco silvered and ebony sculpture, after 1927, modelled as a figure on a boat in full sail, stamped marks, 44cm long, 47cm high £1000 - £1200

353. Walter Gilbert for the Bromsgrove Guild, an Arts and Crafts bronze paperweight plaque, relief moulded in the Art Nouveau style, depicting a semi nude woman flanked by putti and festoons, Bromsgrove Guild Worcestershire England, set in a red marble base, 10cm diameter £50 - £80

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354. An Art Deco cubist style silvered bronze figure of a footballer, on a marble base, 22.5cm high £60 - £100

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355 355. A pair of Arts and Crafts stained glass panels, in the PreRaphaelite style, depicting St Maurice and St Theodora, 29cm x 14cm (2) £200 - £300 356. A pair of Arts and Crafts stained glass panels, St Andrew and St Simon, leaded and painted, 45cm x 26cm (2) £120 - £150

362. May Morris, an Arts and Crafts embroidered panel, Welcome Maids of Honour, decorated with rose and other flowers, within a garter wreath and a bird to each corner, within a carved mahogany frame, 56cm square £300 - £500 363. A J Rowley, two Arts and Crafts marquetry inlaid pictures, with specimen hardwoods, of rural village scenes, Sunlight and Shadow and Country Lane, within feather bordered frames, titled to labels verso, 24cm x 39cm (2) £100 - £200

357. Anne French, an Arts and Crafts illuminated watercolour poem, within a floral border, 20cm x 12cm, framed £50 - £80

364. A J Rowley, a pair of Arts and Crafts mirrors, the top panels with marquetry inlay in specimen woods, of rural villages, within feather edged carved borders, 62cm x 32cm (2) £150 - £250

358. An Art Nouveau gilt and mother of pearl desk set, in the style of Tiffany, the trapezoidal accessories with blind fret borders of Persian foliate scrolls and floral motifs, including a clock, stamp box, inkwell, letter opener and tidy, clock 11cm high (5) £150 - £250

365. An Art Deco onyx and malachite desk calendar, with adjustable rotating display and month window, 18cm long, 12cm high, together with an onyx and hardstone photo frame, gilt metal mounted, oval form, 22cm x 18cm (2) £100 - £150

359. An Arts and Crafts painted glass panel, of a galleon within a Celtic knot and zoomorphic ground of tulips and maidens, 51cm x 41cm £100 - £150 360. An Art Deco copper and Bakelite three light pendant, a central fluted cone supporting a three arm drum, each branch terminating in flaming torches, with pink frosted glass shades, 54.5cm high, 60cm diameter £100 - £200 361. A pair of Art Deco chrome plated three branch pendant lights, each triangular section central bar with three bracket form arms, supporting downward facing fittings, suspended from a tubular rod, 59cm high, 28cm diameter £100 - £200 366 366. Pietro Chiesa for Fontana Arte, an Art Deco leather and glass box, cedar lined, with brass finial, foil sticker, 16cm wide, 9cm high, 10cm deep £150 - £250

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367. WMF, a Jugendstil silver plated dish, modelled in the Art Nouveau style as a maiden peering into a pond, the sinuous hair trailing around the edge, 12cm wide £30 - £50 368. WMF, a Jugendstil bronze vase, circa 1890, baluster form, marked, 26cm high £60 - £80

369. WMF, a Jugendstil silver plated Champagne bucket, flared hexagonal section with open knotted whiplash handles and relief moulded entwined tendril border, ogee rim, 27cm high £200 - £300 370. WMF, a Jugendstil silver plated and green glass claret jug, trumpet form, relief moulded and reticulated with maidens and flowers, whiplash tendril handle, stamped marks, 42cm high £700 - £1000

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371 371. Orivit, a Jugendstil pewter inkwell, circa 1915, relief moulded with a car and driver speeding down a hill, the well lid with milestone finial, glass liner, stamped marks 3079, 27cm wide £500 - £800 372. WMF, a Jugendstil silver plated and cut glass tantalus, the two cuboid decanters with plated collars, within a lockable raising arm cage, 24cm high £240 - £280

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373. Hugo Levin for Kayserzinn (attributed), a Jugendstil pewter tureen, footed ovoid form with stylised fruiting trees and twin handles, the lid with ribbed fanning, stamped number 1018, 24cm high £70 - £90 374. An Arts and Crafts brass table lamp, in the Benson style, with opalescent glass shade with crimped rim, 43cm high £180 - £220 375. A bronze trophy plaque for Progress in Photography south western centre, base with brass plate showing winners from 1945 through to 1971 £80 - £120 376. A pair of Arts and Crafts copper andirons, hand wrought, with repousse embossed heart shaped heads, decorated with stylised trefoil leaves, 35.5cm high, 30cm deep (2) £120 - £160 377. An Arts and Crafts brass box, cuboid form, the lid repousse decorated with a rose between stylised lilies, 23cm wide, 7cm high, 17cm deep £50 - £80 378. Keswick School of Industrial Arts, an Arts and Crafts brass letter rack, repousse decorated with stylised poppies and pierced gallery, 34cm wide, 26cm high £80 - £120

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379. An Arts and Crafts silvered copper inkwell casket, planished with tapered corner legs, the lid with riveted strap hinged opening to reveal a twin well interior with pen tray, 21cm wide, 5.5cm high, 12cm deep £70 - £100

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380. John Pearson (attributed), an Arts and Crafts copper coal scuttle, the angled lid repousse decorated with sunflower and foliate scrolls, 28cm high £160 - £220 381. John Pearson, an Arts and Crafts copper chamber stick, 1900, repousse decorated with a wreath of floral sprigs within punched borders, the handle with incised spiral, signed, 30cm long £160 - £220 382. An Arts and Crafts copper clock, J F Pool, Hayle, plinth form, repousse decorated and embossed with nautical scenes to each level, including fish, ships and lighthouse and birds to the squat heart pediment, 45cm high £300 - £500

386. An Arts and Crafts copper and enamelled cigar casket, cuboid form with riveted feet and serpentine apron, the pierced hinges backed in mother of pearl, the central cloisonné oval plaque with a cleric in garden landscape, in the Scandinavian Secessionist style, cedar lined, 18cm wide, 10cm high, 11cm deep £500 - £800 387. An Arts and Crafts Iona style copper tray, shaped oval form, repousse decorated with Celtic knots to the corners, 57cm long £70 - £100

383. An Arts and Crafts brass panel, repousse decorated in the Pre-Raphaelite style with a medieval woman with bird in a wooded landscape, 68cm x 24cm, framed £100 - £200 384. An Arts and Crafts copper plaque, circular form repousse decorated with stylised knotted trees, in the Art Nouveau style, 32.5cm diameter £80 - £120

388 388. An Arts and Crafts enamelled pewter tray, oval form with four segmental plaques of kingfishers and a central monogram MG, 34cm long £200 - £300

385 385. John Pearson (attributed), an Arts and Crafts copper broad rimmed dish, repousse decorated with fruiting vines to the border, 36cm diameter £100 - £200

389 389. An Arts and Crafts enamelled pewter tray, twin handled rectangular form with mermaid plaques between blue enamel £150 - £250 cabochons, 39.5cm long 390. Archibald Knox for Liberty and Co., an Arts and Crafts pewter Tudric bedside clock, model 01495, 8.5cm diameter £100 - £150 391. Archibald Knox for Liberty and Co., an Arts and Crafts pewter Tudric and enamelled cake basket, model 0357, oblong tray with blue enamel and a strap handle, 30cm length £100 - £150 392. Curtis Jere (Contemporary), a metal wall sculpture, fused rusticated diamonds and stars with welding, signed, 70cm x 105cm £50 - £80

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PAPERWEIGHTS 393. Paul Ysart, controlled bubbles frit harlequin millefiori paperweight with copper aventurine and another both unsigned, both rough pontil, largest diameter 76mm (2) £80 - £120

399. Paul Ysart, Monart vase with flowers paperweight on a black ground, Monart vase with aventurine splashes, unsigned, rough pontil, diameter 76mm Note: see Ysart Glass book, page 129, plate 143, possibly only six made £50 - £80

403. Clichy, patterned millefiori paperweight, seven garland rings each ring surrounding a central cane, clear ground, circa 1850, polished base, 7cm diameter £120 - £180

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394. Paul Ysart, concentric millefiori paperweight with radiating orange and blue twists, unsigned, rough pontil, diameter 76mm £60 - £100

404. Clichy, concentric millefiori paperweight, six garland rings surrounding a central green and pink cane, edged by blue and white alternating staves, circa 1850, polished base, 5.5cm diameter £80 - £120

395. Paul Ysart, concentric millefiori paperweight with short radiating blue and light blue canes, unsigned, rough pontil, diameter 83mm £50 - £80 396. Paul Ysart, concentric millefiori paperweight with radiating white twists with copper aventurine centre, unsigned, rough pontil, diameter 72mm £50 - £80

400 400. Clichy, swirl paperweight, central red and white cog cane within blue and white radiating spiral staves, circa 1850, polished base, 7cm diameter £100 - £150 401. Clichy, scrambled paperweight, containing irregular canes, partial Clichy Pink Rose and coloured cable, circa 1850, polished base, 5.5 cm diameter £100 - £150

397. Paul Ysart, flower head floating over a green sparkling ground paperweight, with eight controlled bubbles to the edge, signed PY verso, polished base, diameter 70mm £50 - £80

405. Clichy, three sulphide portrait paperweights, each with historical figures, clear ground, circa 1850, 6.5cm diameter (3) £100 - £200 406. Whitefriars, two concentric millefiori paperweights, dated 1970 and 1972 signature canes, polished base, 7.5cm diameter (2) £40 - £70 407. Whitefriars, three royal commemorative millefiori paperweights, polished base, 7.5cm diameter (3) £40 - £70

398. Paul Ysart, pink fish floating over a blue and white ground paperweight, with eight controlled bubbles to the edge, signed H verso, polished base, diameter 70mm £50 - £80

402 402. Clichy, barbers pole paperweight, seventeen complex spaced canes including a Clichy pink and green rose, a signed cane, divided by blue and white twisted ribbon strands on a muslin ground, circa 1850, polished base, 6.5cm diameter £100 - £150

408 408. William Manson, a snake paperweight, a green and yellow snake set on a sandy ground, signature cane, 7.2cm diameter £30 - £50

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409. Perthshire, four concentric millefiori paperweights, all with signature canes, one dated 1976 verso, 7cm diameter (4) £40 - £70

422. Clichy, spaced millefiori paperweight, containing thirty-seven individual canes, including a Clichy Pink Rose, clear ground, circa 1850, polished base, 7cm diameter £80 - £150

410. Perthshire, four concentric millefiori paperweights, three with signature canes one with original label verso, one dated 1976 verso, 6cm diameter (4) £40 - £70 411. Perthshire, two floral paperweights, one double cased, faceted blue and white, the other with a blue flower on white lattice, both signed with a P cane, largest 6.8cm diameter (2) £40 - £70 412. Perthshire, two spaced millefiori paperweights with silhouettes on muslin; blue ground muslin dated 1976, white dated 1972, largest 7.2cm diameter (2) £40 - £70

419 419. Clichy, scrambled paperweight, containing irregular canes and coloured cable, circa 1850, polished base, 7cm diameter £100 - £150 420. Clichy, scrambled paperweight, containing irregular canes and coloured cable, circa 1850, polished base, 4.4cm diameter £80 - £120

413. John Deacon, two millefiori paperweights, a butterfly and concentric; both original paper labels verso, largest 6.8cm diameter (2) £40 - £70

416. Perthshire, two spaced millefiori paperweights with silhouettes on muslin; pink muslin dated 1976, white dated 1973, largest 7cm diameter (2) £40 - £70

423. Clichy, spaced millefiori faceted paperweight, containing nineteen individual canes, including a Clichy Pink Rose, clear ground, circa 1850, polished base, 6.5cm diameter £120 - £180 424. Clichy, two patterned millefiori paperweights, one central white and red cane, surrounded by green cog canes, surrounded by a garland including five Clichy Pink Roses, and another, both clear ground, circa 1850, polished base, 4.5cm diameter (2) £100 - £150

414. John Deacon, two floral paperweights, purple rose on alternating latticinio and blue clematis on alternating latticinio, one signed JD cane, both original paper labels verso, largest 6.8cm diameter (2) £40 - £70 415. John Deacon, two floral paperweights, blue clematis on pink ground; and orange clematis black ground, both alternating stardust garlands, both original paper labels verso, largest 6.5cm diameter (2) £40 - £70

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421 421. Clichy, patterned millefiori paperweight, central green and white cane, surrounded by blue and white circle of canes, surrounded by a garland including ten Clichy white roses, clear ground, circa 1850, polished base, 4.5cm diameter £80 - £120

425 425. Baccarat, spaced millefiori paperweight set with seven individual canes, including three Gridel silhouettes of a deer, a horse and an elephant on a muslin ground, dated 1848, polished base, signature cane B 1848, 5cm diameter £80 - £120

417. Clichy, patterned millefiori paperweight, large central pink and white cane, surrounded by five garland rings each ring surrounding a central cane, with canes in between, light green ground, circa 1850, polished base, 8.5cm diameter £100 - £150 418. Clichy, spaced millefiori paperweight, containing thirty-seven individual canes, green ground, circa 1850, polished base, 8cm diameter £100 - £150

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431. Baccarat, 1972 tight packed millefiori paperweight with twelve Gridel zodiac silhouette canes and a signature cane, acid etched marks, number 49 of a limited edition, 7.5cm diameter £40 - £70

438. Baccarat, three cameo paperweights of royal family members, various colours, dated 1976, stamped verso, 7.5cm diameter (3) boxed £50 - £80

432. Baccarat, 1972 tight packed concentric millefiori paperweight, acid etched marks, number 114 of a limited edition, 8cm diameter £40 - £70

426 426. Baccarat, deep blue dog rose flower with stardust centre, circa 1850, starcut base, unsigned,4.5cm diameter £80 - £120 427. Baccarat, concentric millefiori paperweight, central complex millefiori, surrounded by a circle of white stardust, surrounded by circle of red, and blue stardust canes, unsigned, 4.5cm diameter £80 - £120

433. Baccarat, concentric millefiori paperweight, central complex millefiori cog cane, surrounded red by white and yellow cogs, surrounded by a circle of white with blue stars, surrounded by circle of blue, white and green stardust alternating with red and white cog canes, unsigned, 5.2cm £80 - £120 diameter 434. Baccarat, 1972 tight packed paperweight with twelve gridel zodiac silhouette canes and a signature cane, acid etched marks, number 216 of a limited edition, 7.5cm diameter £40 - £70

439 439. Paul Ysart, millefiori butterfly on black ground paperweight, with copper aventurine body, signed PY edge of wing, rough pontil, diameter 70mm £40 - £70

435. Baccarat, concentric millefiori paperweight, central complex millefiori cog cane, surrounded red by white and blue stardust, surrounded by a circle of white cog and stardust, surrounded by circle of blue and white alternating cog canes, unsigned, 5.2cm diameter £100 - £150 436. Baccarat, four cameo paperweights of royal family members, various colours, dated 1976, stamped verso, 7.5cm diameter (4) £40 - £70

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440. Paul Ysart, yellow roses on black ground paperweight, signed PY by stem, rough pontil, diameter 67mm: Note version of this in Ysart Glass book page 132, plate 153 £50 - £80

428. Baccarat, close-packed millefiori paperweight, including three Gridel silhouettes of a horse, goat and an elephant; dated 1848 polished base, signature cane B 1848, diameter 6.5cm £100 - £150 429. Baccarat, pansy flower, dark purple and yellow petals with stardust centre, opening bud, circa 1850, star-cut base, unsigned, 6.5cm diameter £70 - £100 430. Baccarat, 1972 mushroom millefiori paperweight, yellow and white cased and faceted, acid etched marks, number 98 of a limited edition, 7.5cm diameter £40 - £70

441. Paul Ysart, controlled bubbles frit harlequin millefiori paperweight signed with a H cane and another unsigned, both polished base, largest diameter 76mm (2) £50 - £80 437 437. Baccarat, double clematis flower paperweight, purple striped petals stardust centre, blue bud, circa 1850, star-cut base, unsigned, 6.2cm diameter £80 - £120

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GLASS 442. A Nailsea Verre Moire glass fairy lamp, combed opaque over blue, the crimped doughnut ring stand with Clarke’s pressed holder and domed shade, 15.5cm high, 16cm diameter £50 - £80

456 448. A Clarke fairy Pyramid lamp and base, green hobnail domed shade on purple glass base, 11.5cm high £20 - £40 449. A Victorian cased glass fairy lamp, on Clarke’s stand, the relief moulded swagged shade, cranberry over opaque, 13.5cm high £30 - £50 450. A Victorian cased glass fairy lamp, on Clarke’s stand, frosted domed shade, green over opaque, 9.5cm high £30 - £50 451. A Victorian blue opal glass fairy lamp, on Clarke’s stand, vertically ribbed and domed shade, 10cm high £30 - £50

443 443. Thomas Webb, a Queens Burmese peach glass fairy lamp on moulded glass pedestal stand, the hobnail column and cup supporting a crimped mushroom collar and domed shade painted with leaves and berries, marked to the collar, 34cm high £40 - £70

452. A Victorian marbled glass fairy lamp, on Clarke’s moulded stand, hexagonal section domed shade with raspberry ripple, 11cm high £30 - £50

454. An 18th century glass red wine carafe, circa 1780, tapered half decanter form, etched and engraved with R Wine within a foliate cartouche in the form of a bottle ticket or wine label, 20.5cm high £40 - £60

444. A Victorian opal glass fairy lamp, on Clarke’s stand, vertically ribbed, textured and domed shade, 10cm high £30 - £50

455. An 18th century glass dessert stand, the optic moulded ribbed inverse baluster stem on a folded conical foot, 29cm diameter £80 - £120

445. A pair of Nailsea Verre Moire glass fairy lamps, combed opaque over blue domed shades, on Clarke’s moulded bases, 12cm high (2) £50 - £80 446. A pair of Nailsea Verre Moire glass fairy lamps, combed opaque over yellow frosted domed shades, on Clarke’s moulded bases, 12cm high (2) £50 - £80 447. Thomas Webb, a Queens Burmese peach glass fairy lamp, on Clarke’s moulded stand, domed shade, 13cm high £80 - £120

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453 453. A 19th century novelty glass and metal mounted claret jug, in the form of a bird, probably Austrian circa 1890, the optic ribbed glass body and double strap handle, 17cm high £80 - £120

456. Five Bohemian enamelled historicist glass beakers, each with a heraldic coat of arms, some with prunts, green and cranberry, 14.5cm high (5) £50 - £80 457. Three Bohemian enamelled historicist glass roemers, each with a heraldic coat of arms, ribbed stems, one with applied prunts, green, 20.5cm high (3) £40 - £70

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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458 458. Thomas Webb and Sons, a cameo glass and silver gilt mounted scent bottle, Sampson Mordan, London 1884, rounded spear head form, carved with white over amber floral and fern specimens, in a velvet lined fitted Moroccan leather case for Mackay and Chrisholm, Edinburgh, 10cm long £200 - £400 459. Thomas Webb or John Walsh Walsh, a pair of Victorian straw opal glass thorn vases, each of naturalistic tree stump form with pulled prunts, on radiating tendril bases, Vaseline uranium ground with blue opaline bands, 10.5cm high (2) £30 - £50

460 460. An Arts and Crafts blue opal glass trumpet vase, circa 1890, ribbed of Jack in the Pulpit type with curled rim, blue body with opalescent bands, 16cm high £30 - £50 461. James Couper, a Clutha glass Arts and Crafts finger bowl and plate, pale green with brown striations, folded rims, 16cm diameter (2) £30 - £50 462. John Walsh Walsh, an Arts and Crafts straw opal glass shade, conical shouldered form with crimped rims, relief moulded tadpole drops, 10.5cm high, small opening 2.5cm diameter, large opening 6cm diameter £80 - £120

463 463. Theresienthal, a Secessionist enamelled wine glass, optic ribbed tulip bowl with floral petals, on a bowed green stem, highlighted in gilt, 21.5cm high £40 - £70

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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464 464. A Secessionist wine glass, circa 1905, possibly Meyrs Neff, the closed tulip bowl with applied green trailing, on a slice cut splayed stem and foot, 21cm high £30 - £50

466. Lobmeyr (attributed), a Secessionist drinking glass, circa 1920, the vertically ribbed rounded bowl on a uranium green splayed stem and plat foot, 18cm high £20 - £40

470. Loetz, a Secessionist iridescent glass Vesuvian silver overlay vase, circa 1901, shouldered form with silver overly tadpoles, 8.5cm high £100 - £150

467. An Art Nouveau enamelled and engraved glass vase, conical based trumpet form, martele textured ground with passion flower design, highlighted in gilt, in the style of Mont Joye, 24cm high £150 - £200 468. Carl Goldberg for Haida, a Secessionist glass and silver overlay vase, spherical form, decorated with an owl on branch, green draining to 8.5cm high £50 - £80

471 471. Loetz, a Secessionist silver overlay red glass vase, red iridescent, squat baluster form, floral vine overlay in the Art Nouveau style, 7cm high £100 - £150

465 465. Ludwig Sutterlin for Petersdorfer, a Jugendstil enamelled liqueur glass, circa 1904, the shallow bowl with gilt and yellow enamel petals, on a green painted knopped stem, 16.5cm high £30 - £50

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472. Loetz, a Secessionist silver overlay glass Green Metallin vase, shouldered form, iridescent with sinuous flowering vine overlay, 7cm high £100 - £150

469. Loetz, a Secessionist iridescent glass Crete Papillon gooseneck vase, double gourd form, incised marks, Loetz Austria, 29cm high £300 - £500

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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479. Legras, an enamelled glass vase, circa 1920, ovoid form with inverted crimped rim, painted with leaves and fruiting trees, signed, 12cm diameter £100 - £150

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473. Loetz, a Cameo glass vase, circa 1920, blue over white opaque, shouldered form, decorated with trumpet flowers, 26.5cm high £600 - £800

475. Emile Galle, an Orchid cameo glass vase, footed trumpet form, purple over blue over yellow, signed in cameo, 28cm high £400 - £600

480 480. Charles Schneider, a Jade series glass pitcher, circa 1930, conical gourd form with whiplash handle, marbled and mottled, 34.5cm high £280 - £350 481. Charles Schneider, an Art Deco etched glass bowl, circular with textured hexagonal and banded decoration, smoky brown amber, acid etched mark, 41cm diameter £80 - £120

476 476. A Steuben Aurene iridescent glass vase, splayed fan form with four openings to the rim, signed and incised 2761, 23cm high £250 - £300

474 474. Emile Galle, a Hydrangea cameo glass vase, segmented slab form, green over purple over colourless, signed in cameo, 26cm high £400 - £600

477. Rindskopf, a Secessionist iridescent glass Pulled Feather vase, conical shouldered form, opal lustre over cranberry, 15cm high £30 - £50 478. Daum, a pate de verre frosted glass bowl, crimped inverted rim, marbled blue, etched Daum Nancy, 13cm diameter £200 - £300

482 482. Joseph Bleichner for Saint Louis, an Art Deco Diamant cut glass decanter, circa 1933, shouldered conical form with hobnail cut foot and stopper, 20cm high £30 - £50

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483 483. Karl Palda for Haida (attributed), a Bohemian Art Deco enamelled glass liqueur set, the cello form decanter cut and etched with geometric black enamel checked design, two pairs of similarly decorated waisted tot glasses and lyre form stopper, 24.5cm high (50) £40 - £70 484. Karl Palda for Haida (attributed), a Bohemian Art Deco enamelled glass cocktail set, the octagonal section shaker with cut sunray motifs highlighted in black enamel, the glasses similarly cut and decorated, chrome fitting, 21cm high (6) £60 - £100

488 488. Hartley Wood, an Art Deco marbled glass vase, circa 1930s, shouldered form, multicoloured streaks, 18cm high £30 - £50 489. Hartley Wood, two Art Deco marbled glass vases, circa 1930, one of beaker form with green streaks, the other of shouldered ovoid form in blue, 18cm and 14.5cm high (2) £50 - £80

485 485. Jobling, an Art Deco Opalique Fir Cone glass bowl, pattern 5000, circa 1935, blue opalescent relief moulded fircone design, 27.5cm diameter £40 - £70 486. Monart, an Art Deco glass vase, shape IA VII, colour 52, cylindrical necked spherical form, marbled ochre to red, original label, 21cm high £80 - £120

490 490. Sven Palmqvist for Orrefors, a Kraka cased glass vase, circa 1956, model 349, teardrop form, controlled bubble and lattice decoration, blue draining to green, etched marks, 20cm high £300 - £400

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487. John Walsh Walsh, two Pompeian glass vases, circa 1925, including lime green waisted vase with crimped rim and a fluorescent yellow ball and cone vase, acid marks Walsh England, 10.5cm high (2) £20 - £40

491. A Scandinavian Modernist glass vase, probably Strombershyttan, circa 1950, ice blue shouldered form, engraved with snowdrops, polished pontil, 11cm high £20 - £40

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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492. Luigi Mandruzzato, two Sommerso triple cased Murano glass vases, circa 1950s, including hexagonal section and faceted, 18.5cm (2) £90 - £120 493. Daum, a Modernist glass sculpture of a squirrel, circa 1978, modelled standing, signed Daum France, 16.5cm high £30 - £50 494. Michael Harris for Mdina, an art glass Tiger vase, circa 1970, flared cylindrical form, unmarked, 16cm high £20 - £40 495. Hilary Green for Dartington, a Little Black Dress Slim glass vase with lime green trail, model VA2564, circa 2010, conical form with broad everted rim, 28cm high £20 - £40

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496 496. Coty, a L’Aimant moulded glass scent bottle in original metal travelling case, circa 1928, the French bottle with frosted floral stopper in the style of Rene Lalique, within a gilt lined holder, 6cm high £30 - £50 494

497 497. Baccarat for Jean Patou, a Colony glass perfume bottle, circa 1938, footed and lobe moulded with frosted leaf stopper, acid marks, 13cm high £30 - £50

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498. A Lalique Bacchantes glass vase, model 997, designed circa 1927, frosted colourless, incised Lalique France, in box, 24.5cm high £600 - £800

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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499. Rene Lalique, an Ondines glass plate, model 3003, designed circa 1921, blue opalescent, wheel engraved R Lalique France, and number, 27.8cm diameter £500 - £800

500. Rene Lalique, a Muscat glass vase, model 10-3477, designed circa 1938, frosted opalescent, acid mark R Lalique France, 16.5cm high £300 - £500

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501. Rene Lalique, a Moissac glass vase, model 992, designed circa 1927, blue opalescent with staining, incised R Lalique France, 12.5cm high £400 - £600

502. Rene Lalique, a glass Faucon car mascot, model 1124, designed circa 1925, lilac tinted, raised and etched mark R Lalique, France, 15.5cm high £600 - £800

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503. Rene Lalique, a pair of Cactus wine glasses, model 5293, designed circa 1934, colourless with black enamel, acid mark R Lalique to each, 11.5cm high (2) £180 - £220

504. Rene Lalique for Pullman Express, a Cote d’Azure statue, frosted glass paperweight, designed circa 1929, modelled as a nude female figure, relief moulded commemorative lettering Cote D’Azure Pullman Express, 9 Decembre 1929, incised signature R Lalique, 16.5cm high Note: designed for passengers on the Paris Gare de Lyon to Ventimiglia Journey of the Cote D’Azur Pullman Express, Lalique was also responsible for much of the interior furnishing and design of the train £2500 - £3500

505. Rene Lalique, a Marienthal blue opalescent glass plate, model 3022, designed circa 1932, moulded R Lalique, engraved France and number, £150 - £250 23.5cm diameter

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506. Rene Lalique, an Archers red amber glass vase, model 893, designed circa 1921, incised marks R Lalique France and number, 27.5cm high £6000 - £8000

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507. Rene Lalique, an opalescent amber glass figure of Suzanne, model 833, designed circa 1925, butterscotch with opaline inclusion, relief moulded mark R Lalique and incised France R Lalique, 22.8cm high £8000 - £10000

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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ORIENTAL 508. A Chinese famille rose dish, Qianlong style, central Shou medallion within a four repeat bat, peach and tasselled frame on a turquoise ground of foliate scrolls and lotus flowers, 27.5cm wide £100 - £200

518. A 19th century Japanese bronze jardinière, Meiji, squat ovoid lobed form, relief moulded with carp and aquatic foliage, 35cm diameter £100 - £200

509. An 18th century Chinese export armorial coffee cup and saucer, central coat of arms and motto within gilt and blue and white glazed floral borders, the reeded handle relief moulded with foliate terminals, 13cm diameter £40 - £80 510. A 17th century Chinese blanc de chine figure of Guanyin, Ming or later, modelled with sceptre, sitting on a rocky outcrop, 26cm high £200 - £400 511. A large Chinese blue and white charger, painted with figures playing a board game in a garden landscape, ogee border, 60cm diameter £250 - £350 512. Chinese School, Botanical Study of Peas in Pods, watercolour, Chinese character marks to margin, 35cm x 30cm, framed £200 - £300 513. Chinese School, Botanical Study of a Fig Plant, watercolour, Chinese character marks to margin, 35cm x 30cm, framed £200 - £300 514. Chinese School, Botanical Study of Grape Plant, watercolour, Chinese character marks to margin, 35cm x 30cm, framed £200 - £300 515. Chinese School, Botanical Study of a Fruiting Plant, watercolour, Chinese character marks to margin, 35cm x 30cm, framed £200 - £300

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523. A 19th century Japanese ivory okimono, Meiji, modelled as an elderly Samurai with fan, engraved and stained decoration, inset seal mark, 17cm high £150 - £250

519. A 19th century Japanese ivory okimono figure group, Meiji, modelled as a woman with two children, holding a rabbit, the robes carved and stained with floral design, signed, 12cm high £120 - £180 520. A 19th century Japanese ivory box and cover, Meiji, cylindrical form, carved in relief with figures in a landscape, the lid with lotus flower finial, signed, 9cm high £60 - £100 521. Five small Japanese ivory Okimono figures, Meiji, carved as immortals, elders and shishi, 2.5cm (5) £30 - £50

524 524. A 19th century Japanese carved ivory box, Meiji, the lid with coiled dragon, set with mother of pearl eyes, 6.5cm diameter £40 - £70

516. An early 19th century Chinese Imperial portrait of Emperor Jiaqing ( 嘉 庆 皇 帝 的 画 像 ), Qing dynasty from 1796 to 1820, dressed in dragon robes of the emperor, Portuguese inscription ‘Emperor Xiahim’, gouache on paper, 50cm x 38cm, framed. Note: The Jiaqing Emperor, personal name Yongyan, was the seventh emperor of the Machu-led Qing dynasty, and the fifth Qing emperor to rule over China from 1796 to 1820’ £2000 - £3000 517. Persian School (18th/19th century), Court Scene with Musicians, gouache on paper, Arabic inscriptions on verso, 21cm x 12cm, framed £80 - £120

522 522. A Chinese enamelled copper jewellery box, reeded drum form, blind reticulated floral decoration alternating with relief moulded foliate garlands and concentric bands, central lotus flower to the hinged lid, mirror to the gilt interior, 10.5cm diameter £40 - £60

525 525. A 19th century Japanese carved ivory okimono of a hen, Meiji, realistically modelled and set with mother of pearl eyes, 12cm long £40 - £70

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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526 526. A 19th century Japanese ivory okimono of a tiger attacking a hippo, Meiji, realistically carved and set with glass eyes, 11cm long £80 - £120

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527. A 19th century Chinese reticulated ivory brush pot, carved and pierced with a populated garden landscape, above a fretted foliate foot, 11.5cm high £100 - £150 528. A 19th century Indian carved ivory figure group, modelled as a flautist and woman with a cow, under a tree, 16cm high £40 - £70

FANS AND TEXTILES

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529. Three 19th century carved ivory and sequin fans, each with double gauze lace folds, sewn with metallic sequins, one painted with floral festoons, the sticks and guards engraved and studded with mirrored roundels, 19cm and 27cm long (3) £40 - £70 530. Two 19th century bone and lace fans, each with pierced sticks, one painted with courting children in 18th century costume, below knotted ribbons and floral sprays, the other with flowers highlighted in gilt sequins, 35cm long (2) £40 - £70 531. Two 19th century ivory and painted silk fans, one with reticulated sticks set with mirrored roundels, the fold painted with a flowering vine, the other painted with a band of foliated scrolls below peacock, phoenix and griffins in a landscape, 24.5cm long (2) £50 - £80 532. Two 19th century ivory brise fans, one with reticulated sticks, the other plain, with ogee denticulated ends, 17cm long (2) £40 - £70 533. A Victorian ivory and silk fan by J Duvelleroy, applied with a carved monogram initial N with rose vine to each guard, double fold and gilt ring, 32cm long, in box, together with a similar brise fan with £70 - £100 carved GP, with knotted tassel and ring, 21cm long 534. A Chinese bone and painted feather fan, 19th century, the pierced sticks with foliate motifs and roundels, painted to the feathers with figures and animals between lotus flowers, 25cm long £40 - £70 535. A large 19th century tortoiseshell and feather fan, brown and white feathers of graduated length, 55cm long £40 - £60 536. A 19th century bone and painted fan, the pierced sticks with applied gold and silver floral decoration, the double paper fold decorated with 18th century courting couples, the reverse with women and children in a landscape, each within gilt foliate scroll borders, 27cm long £40 - £70

539 537. A 19th century mother of pearl and painted fan, the sticks pierced and etched with C scrolls and foliate fronds, highlighted in tricolour gold and silver, the double paper fold decorated with a pastoral scene of courting country folk and musician, the reverse with a 16th century family gathering, the guards carved with lappet and bead decoration, 26.5cm long £80 - £120 538. A 19th century mother of pearl and painted fan, the sticks engraved and pierced with foliate scrolls, highlighted in gold and silver, the double paper leaf painted with an Arabian Nights scene, the reverse with 18th century courting couples in a garden, 26.5cm long £80 - £120 539. A Chinese child’s carved ivory brise fan, 19th century, the sticks pierced and reticulated with a central monogram within a scroll ground of sinuous flowering plants, the guards carved in relief with flowers, 12.5cm long £80 - £120

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542. A late 17th or early 18th century painted ivory brise fan, circa 1700, the sticks painted and pierced with allegorical scenes of Classical women in temple gardens, within raised gilt banded and trellis ground, the reverse similarly painted, the guards carved and painted with figures and flowers between portrait roundels, tortoiseshell to base, 21cm long £200 - £300 543. A Chinese lacquer brise fan (透明的黑色油漆,带有金色 人物的折扇), 19th century or earlier, the sticks painted in gilt with figures in a garden landscape, within a foliate scroll and floral border, the tips with bird, dog and seated man, 22.5cm long £100 - £200

540 540. A Japanese Shibayama and painted fan, 19th century, Meiji, the silk leaf painted to each side with a lakeside landscape with pine tree and figures, the reverse with a mountainous landscape with river and trees, the guards lacquered in raised gold and set with mother of pearl, coral and horn, 30.5cm long £150 - £250

544 544. A large Chinese lacquer brise fan (透明黑漆,带金阁和 阁楼人物图案折叠风扇), 19th century, the sticks painted in gilt with scrolled cartouches of courtiers in garden landscapes, within speckled and floral grounds and feathered and scroll borders, the ends each with alternating seated and standing figures, in a fitted silk and glass toped box, guards 27.5cm long £150 - £250 541 541. A Chinese carved ivory and feather fan, Canton 19th century, the sticks pierced with an extensive populated garden landscape, the guards similarly decorated in relief, the white goose feathers tipped with ostrich, 28cm long £100 - £150

545 545. A Chinese carved ivory brise fan (中国雕花象牙扇), 19th century, the 19 sticks carved and reticulated with an extensively populated garden landscape, the guards carved in relief with similar scenes, 20.5cm long £150 - £250 542

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549 546 546. A Chinese carved ivory and painted Mandarin fan (中 国雕象牙和国画迷), Canton, 19th century, the double paper leaf painted with courtiers in a garden landscape to each side and applied with ivory faces in the Thousand Faces manner, within a pink border of foliate scrolls, lattice and charms, the reverse with a blue border, the relief carved guards with populated garden landscapes, the sticks pierced and reticulated with an extensive landscape of figures, 26cm long £200 - £400

549. A Japanese lacquer, bamboo and painted fan, 19th century, Meiji, the double fold painted with figures in a lakeside landscape with blossom, the reverse with prunus, hydrangeas and birds, the ivory guards with raised lacquer and gilt foliage and birds, 27.5cm long £30 - £50

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550. A 19th century mother of pearl and painted fan, the simulated fabric feathers tipped with ostrich, painted with a pastoral family scene, within foliate scroll border, the sticks pierced and gilded with silvered leaves, 27cm long £40 - £60

547. A Chinese lacquered and painted telescopic Mandarin fan (国画伸缩普通话扇), Canton, 19th century, the double paper leaf painted with courtiers in a garden landscape to each side and applied with ivory faces in the Thousand Faces manner, within a pink border of foliate scrolls, lattice and charms, the black lacquer sticks and guards with gilt speckled and floral motifs and figural cartouches, 22.5cm long £200 - £400 548. Two 19th century painted silk fans, one in bone the other ebony, signed Gherrier, 35cm long (2) £40 - £70

551 551. Tiffany and Co., a mother of pearl, gold and silk painted fan, the leaf with a palm reading scene, between Neoclassical floral swags, scrolls and roundels, signed, the sticks etched with gilt wheels and floral sprigs, 14 carat gold loop, in original box, 21.5cm long £300 - £500

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552. An early 19th century sampler by M Curtis, 1815, worked in darning stitch with a group of flowers surrounded by a garland, framed, 19cm x 23cm £250 - £350

555. A pair of 19th century alphabet samplers by Lydia Dymock, aged 7 and 8, 1829, worked in cross stitch with rows of upper and lowercase lettering and numbers, framed, 31cm x 31cm (2) £150 - £250

553. A 19th century alphabet sampler by Fanny Rodbard, aged 10, worked in cross stitch with rows of upper and lowercase lettering, numbers, crowns and religious verse in a foliate tendril border, framed, 41cm x 41cm £200 - £300

556. An 18th century house sampler, 1741, worked in cross stitch and needlework with a red brick building enclosed within rows of tigers, birds and motifs, framed, 31cm x 22cm £600 - £800 557. A 19th century Ackworth School sampler by Mary Lidbetter, 1823, worked in cross stitch with rows of upper and lowercase lettering and numbers, framed, 25cm x 30cm £400 - £600 558. An early 18th century needlework, depicting a shepherd with his sheep in a landscape of birds, trees and the sun in splendour, framed, 31cm x29cm £600 - £800 559. A 19th century sampler by Ann Sarah Coleman, aged 10, 1804, worked in cross stitch and needlework with rows of figures, trees and birds in a floral border, framed, 40cm x 33cm £400 - £600 560. A 19th century sampler by Catherine Elliott, circa 1820, worked in cross stitch and needlework with a house, figures, trees and birds, framed, 31cm x 31cm £300 - £500 561. An early 19th century American alphabet sampler by Mary Gage, born 172-, worked in cross stitch and needlework with rows of text in a floral border, framed, 42.5cm x 42.5cm £350 - £450 562. A rare late 18th century Quaker medallion sampler by SB Cooke, 1797, worked in cross stich in monochrome on coarse linen with bottom right garland inscribed SC to EC 1797, octagons, a swan and other birds, flowers and letters, framed, 38cm x 40cm £6500 - £8500

554 554. A 19th century sampler by Mary Ann Griffin, aged 8, 1843, worked in cross stitch with a tower and religious prose surrounded by motifs in a floral border, framed, 31cm x 31cm £180 - £240

563. A 19th century sampler by Maria Sims, 1830, worked in cross stitch with a central verse surrounded by buildings, figures, windmills and animals in a floral border, framed, 41cm x 41cm £400 - £600

560

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PICTURES 568. George Cruikshank (1792-1878), Sikes Attempting to Destroy his Dog, watercolour, signed, 14cm x 12cm, framed, note on verso: From Charles Dickens ‘Oliver Twist’... This would have been drawn between February 1837 and March 1839 for the monthly installments in “Bentley’s Miscellany”, for which Cruickshank provided two illustrations each month £100 - £150 569. Dutch School (19th century), A copy of a 17th century painting of an interior scene with a young woman, oil on canvas, 30cm x 23cm, together with a rural scene of a hay wain, oil on canvas, 23cm x 31cm, both unframed (2) £80 - £120 564 564. Laurence Stephen Lowry RA (1887-1976), Lonely House, lithograph in colours, signed in pencil on Fine Art Trade Guild paper, 29cm x 51cm, framed £400 - £600

570. Early 18th Century School, Country House Parkland View with Figures, oil on canvas, circa 1700, unmounted (from an interior wall), 142cm x 227cm £400 - £600 571. 19th or 20th century school, portrait of a woman, oil on canvas, sepia, monogram MA, 35cm x 24cm, framed £20 - £30

572 572. Gabriele Muccha (1899-2002), Golf Lady, oil on canvas, signed, 45cm x 35cm, framed £100 - £150

565

573. Hans Agersnap (1857-1925), Woodland Path, oil on canvas, signed, 31cm x 53cm, framed £100 - £150

565. Laurence Stephen Lowry RA (1887-1976), Burford Church, lithograph in colours, signed and numbered 719 of 850, published by Grove Galleries Ltd., Manchester, 62cm x 47cm, framed £1200 - £1800

574. English Primitive School (early 19th century), Cockfighters, a pair of oils on canvas, 34cm x 24cm, framed (2) £700 - £900

566. Continental School (19th century), a large Victorian album comprising of approximately 65 watercolours, gouaches, drawings and lithographs, including the tomb of Napoleon in Saint-Helene, volcanic eruption, Sikh cavalrymen, the Capri Hotel de la Victoire on May 7 1841, Neapolitans in traditional costumes, cathedral views etc, within embossed brown leather binding £3000 - £5000

575. Muriel Jackson (1901-1977), London Spring, oil on canvas, signed verso, 56cm x 46cm, framed

567. Leonor Fini (1907-1996), Study Portrait of Two Girls, lithograph, signed in pencil, 37cm x 52cm, framed £80 - £120

577. Continental School (19th century), Portrait of a Young Lady, oil on canvas, 38cm x 31cm, framed £150 - £200

Note: sold at Royal Academy Exhibition 1936

£50 - £70

576. Louis Pisani (19th century), The Vow to the Madonna, oil on canvas, signed on verso, 71cm x 50cm, framed £150 - £200

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FURNITURE AND CLOCKS 578. An early Victorian carved walnut sofa, Empire style, circa 1840, acanthus moulded horn scrolled arms on octagonal section baluster legs and brass casters, 218cm wide, 86cm high, 68cm deep £200 - £300

583. A William IV yew wood pedestal fold over card table, square section tapered column support on a horn scroll bracket base, with reeded edges, 94cm wide, 73cm high, 47cm deep £200 - £300 584. A George II oak and mahogany banded dresser, of three drawers above an ogee fret carved apron, on cabriole front legs, 176cm wide, 48cm deep, 84cm high £250 - £350

585 579 579. A Victorian figured walnut ladies secretaire, the articulated leather inset writing slope with pierced gallery and pull out mechanism, the side drawer with hinged stationary and pen tray, 56cm wide, 43cm deep, 71cm high £300 - £500

585. A George II style mahogany and pietra dura occasional table, the specimen marble and agate inlaid top of concentric navette motifs, in a Chippendale type base, supported on acanthus carved and toed cabriole legs, 103cm wide, 76cm high, 58cm deep £500 - £800

580. A large part 17th century carved and panelled oak screen, together with two similar doors, five panel foliate carving under a fleur de lis and scroll row, 191cm x 133cm, doors 191cm x 87cm (3) £300 - £500 581. An early 20th century fruitwood church warden’s pipe stand, with four apertures above a baluster turned stem, dished base with a brass liner, 61cm high £80 - £120 582. An Edwardian mahogany satinwood strung and crossbanded table vitrine, in the Sheraton style, the tapered square section legs united by an X stretcher and low shelf, 44cm wide, 74cm high, 61cm long £150 - £250

586 586. A William IV mahogany metamorphic architects table, the double action leather inset slope on a false drawer top, supported on reeded conical legs, 12cm wide, 77cm high, 76cm deep £200 - £300

583

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587. A 19th century Black Forest carved hall stand, realistically modelled as a bear and cub grasping a tree stump with branches, surmounted by a further bear cub, above an oak leaf framed oval mirror and a foliate carved umbrella hoop, 237cm high £1800 - £2500 588. A Gothic Revival walnut carved chair, the pointed foliate top with needlework upholstery to the back and seat, on fluted and quatrefoil carved legs, 123cm high £80 - £120 589. Liberty and Co., an Arts and Craft mahogany occasional table, rectangular form, on square section tapered and splayed legs, united by a low stretcher, two sides with fret carved spear motif panels, 55cm wide, 69cm high, 40cm deep £60 - £80 590. A Victorian mahogany wall clock, Pearce of Stratford, the 12 inch white enamelled dial with Roman numerals, 43cm diameter £300 - £500

579

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WINE 591.

Altos de Torona, Godello, 2015, twelve bottles (12) £70 - £90

592.

Altos de Torona, Godello, 2015, twelve bottles (12) £70 - £90

593. (12)

Calabria Private Bin, Vermentino, 2015, twelve bottles 70 - £90

594. (12)

Calabria Private Bin, Vermentino, 2015, twelve bottles £70 - £90

595. (12)

Calabria Private Bin, Vermentino, 2015, twelve bottles £70 - £90

596. (12)

Calabria Private Bin, Vermentino, 2015, twelve bottles £70 - £90

597. (12)

Calabria Private Bin, Vermentino, 2015, twelve bottles £70 - £90

598.

Altos de Torona, Godello, 2015, twelve bottles (12) £70 - £90

599.

San Felipe Seleccion, Torrontes, 2016, twelves bottles (12) £70 - £90

600.

Altos de Torona, Godello, 2015, twelve bottles (12) £70 - £90

601.

Altos de Torona, Godello, 2015, twelve bottles (12) £70 - £90

602. Jacana Calabria, Semillon Sauvignon Blanc, 2015, twelve bottles (12) £70 - £90 603. Jacana Calabria, Semillon Sauvignon Blanc, 2015, twelve bottles (12) £70 - £90 604. Jacana Calabria, Semillon Sauvignon Blanc, 2015, twelve bottles (12) £70 - £90 605. Jacana Calabria, Semillon Sauvignon Blanc, 2015, twelve bottles (12) £70 - £90 606. Jacana Calabria, Semillon Sauvignon Blanc, 2015, twelve bottles (12) £70 - £90 607.

San Felipe Seleccion, Torrontes, 2016, twelves bottles (12) £70 - £90

608.

San Felipe Seleccion, Torrontes, 2016, twelves bottles (12) £70 - £90

609.

San Felipe Seleccion, Torrontes, 2016, twelves bottles (12) £70 - £90

610.

San Felipe Seleccion, Torrontes, 2016, twelves bottles (12) £70 - £90

611.

Chateau Mouton, Bordeaux Superieur, 1999, case (12) £50 - £80

CONTINENTAL CERAMICS 612. Samson of Paris, a pair of leaf form pickle dishes, painted with exotic birds within a blue scale field and gilded cartouche, pseudo Worcester mark, 11cm wide (2) £60 - £80 613. A Boch Freres painted tile, decorated with two 18th century women, monogram JB, famed, 18cm square £30 - £50

614 614. A Karl Ens figure modelled as Uncle Frtiz, 20th century, model 7784, modelled attacking an insect, printed and impressed marks, 20.5cm high £50 - £80 615. A Della Robbia plaque in a glass case, Italian 19th century, gilded frame, mounted on board, plaque 90cm wide £350 - £550 616. A Dutch Delft blue and white wine cooler, oval bombe form, painted with Chinoiserie scenes in feathered cartouches, applied ropetwist handles and lions paw feet, 49cm long £400 - £600 617. An 18th century German faience stein, Hannoversch Munden, painted and transfer printed with a horse, within polychrome forest landscape, pewter lid, dated 1789, 22cm high £50 - £70 618. A Delft figure of a farmer and cow, monogram to base, 11.5cm high £20 - £30 619. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a large Pate Sur Pate plaque, incised with a dancing scene under grapevines, number 7037, circa 1899, impressed marks, 44cm diameter £80 - £120 620. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a pair of plaques, transfer printed with castles, Burg Eltz and Altes Stadtthor Cochem, number 1044/94 and 95, circa 1890, 31cm diameter (2) £20 - £40 621. Platen Hallermundt for Royal Copenhagen, a Wire Haired Fox Terrier, model 2967, and an Oluf Mathiesen figure of a Dachshund Chasing Tail, model 1407, 26.5cm high (2) £40 - £70

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622. Fritz Heidenreich for Rosenthal, a figure group of three dachshunds, together with another figure, impressed mark to base, 22.5cm long (2) £40 - £70 623. Theodor Karner for Rosenthal, a figure of a dachshund, modelled reclining, impressed mark T Karner, 15cm high £50 - £80 624. Max Herm Fritz for Rosenthal, a figure of a fox, model 983, in sitting pose, impressed marks M H Fritz, 14cm high £80 - £120 625. VDK Bechyne, an Art Nouveau relief moulded figural vase, modelled with woman feeding a peacock, with a band of flowers and leaves, 43cm high £150 - £200

628 628. Johanna Meier Michel for Wiener Werkstatte, a Secessionist allegorical figure of Autumn, modelled as a woman with basket of fruit, impressed marks, 22cm high £50 - £80 629. An Art Deco part dinner service of Badonvillier Paradis plates and bowl, stencil decorated with birds within geometric borders, 22cm and 18.5cm diameter (11) £60 - £80 630. Schaff for Royal Dux, an Art Deco figure of a semi nude woman, impressed marks, 3293, 31cm high £60 - £100

626 626. Michael Powolny for Wiener Werksattte, a Secessionist figural comport, modelled as two putti with cornucopia and garlands, supporting a shallow ogee section dish, incised marks, 1120, 20.5cm high £300 - £500

631 631. Royal Dux, an Art Deco figure, modelled as a woman in butterfly wing dress, impressed marks and pink triangle, model 3525, 25cm high £80 - £120 632. Royal Dux, an Art Deco figure group, modelled as two dancers in Arabic dress, impressed marks and pink triangle, model 2993, 31.5cm high 627 627. Michael Powolny for Wiener Werksattte, a Secessionist figure of a boy on a snail, with floral garland reins, incised marks and monogram, 20cm high £250 - £350

Note: possibly Rudolph Valentio and Vilma Banky from The Son of the Sheikh (1926) £80 - £120 633. Gien, France, a large iridescent lustre plaque, circa 1910, decorated with a Germanic still life of stein and prunted ale flute, with leaves, impressed mark, 55cm diameter £500 - £800

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634. Zsolnay Pecs, a Secessionist lustre photo frame, circa 1905, square with circular aperture, relief moulded with stylised fruiting plants in the Art Nouveau style, opening 9cm diameter, overall 17cm square £1500 - £1800

635. A Lenci relief moulded plaque, modelled as a nude woman with deer and squirrel, kneeling beside a lake, painted mark Preciosa and paper label, 34cm diameter £500 - £800

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636. Stephan Dakon for Goldscheider, a figure of a young woman golfer, circa 1935, modelled hat, blue blouse and skirt, incised and printed marks and numbers 7416 246 0 , 28cm high £300 - £500

637. Josef Lorenzl for Goldscheider, a figure of a dancer in spider-web dress decorated with insects, 5917, circa 1927, incised and printed marks and numbers 591740511 , 26.5cm high £300 - £500

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638. Josef Lorenzl for Goldscheider, a figure of a woman in butterfly wing dress, 6022, circa 1928, incised and printed marks and numbers 602243411, 27cm high £300 - £500

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639. Stephan Dakon for Goldscheider, Dolly Sisters figure group, model 5612, circa 1926, in fur collared purple dresses, on a diamond base, printed marks and incised numbers 85 8, 38cm high £5000 - £6000

640. Stefan Dakon for Goldscheider, a figure of a dancer holding the edges of her dress, circa 1935, model 7078, impressed and printed marks and numbers 70782722, 25cm high £300 - £500

640

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MOORCROFT 641. Sian Leeper for Moorcroft, an shop display advertising brick, 2001, triangular section, Moorcroft Pottery, the reverse with Clematis design, impressed marks, 18.5cm long £40 - £70

647. Philip Gibson for Moorcroft, an Inglewood vase, circa 2004, baluster form, impressed and painted marks, 19cm high £80 - £120

652. Anji Davenport for Moorcroft, Limited Edition Desert Ivory vase, baluster flared form, impressed and painted marks, 151/300, dated 2003, 32cm high £120 - £140

642. Sally Tuffin for Moorcroft, Geometric Rose vase, baluster form, impressed and painted marks, 25cm high £100 - £150 643. Sally Tuffin for Moorcroft, Finches on ochre vase, inverse baluster form, impressed and painted marks, 25cm high £160 - £200 644. Philip Gibson for Moorcroft, a Simeon vase, circa 2000, globular inverse baluster form, impressed and painted marks, 18cm high £100 - £150

648 648. Sally Tuffin for Moorcroft, Mamoura pattern cache pot, flared cylindrical footed form, impressed and painted marks, 17cm high £120 - £140

653 653. Sarah Brummell-Bailey for Moorcroft, Blakeney Mallow twin handled vase, inverse baluster form, impressed and painted marks, dated 2001, 26cm high £120 - £140 654. Emma Bossons for Moorcroft, Butterfly and Berry pin dish, circa 2002, and four other similar examples including artists Nicola Slainey and Rachel Bishop, seconds. (5) £100 - £150

645 645. Sally Tuffin for Moorcroft, a Cluny vase, circa 2004, baluster form, impressed and painted marks, 19cm high £80 - £120 646. Trevor Critchlow for Moorcroft, a dragon plate, circa 1990, circular form, impressed and painted marks, 26cm diameter £100 - £150

649 649. Philip Gibson for Moorcroft, Limited Edition Rhapsody vase, cylindrical flared form, impressed and painted marks, 17/250, dated 2001, 25.5cm high £140 - £160 650. Rachel Bishop for Moorcroft, a Carousel vase, angled baluster form, impressed and painted marks, 30cm high £150 - £200 651. Sally Tuffin for Moorcroft, a Mamoura vase, circa 1997, baluster form, impressed and painted marks, 19cm high £80 - £120

647

655 655. Shirley Hayes for Moorcroft, a Saadian vase, circa 2001, squat baluster form, impressed and painted marks, second, 11cm high £100 - £150 656. Rachel Bishop for Moorcroft, a Squirrel Year plate, circa 1995, Limited Edition, circular form, impressed and painted marks, 333/500, 22cm diameter £60 - £80 657. Nichola Slaney for Moorcroft, an Amazon Twilight lamp base, circa 1998, ovoid shouldered form, on turned wooden base, 36cm high. £120 - £140

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658. Nicola Slaney for Moorcroft, geometric flowers and leaves plate, circa 2008, circular dished form, impressed and painted marks, 28.5cm diameter £120 - £140

668. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a pair of Aurelian blue and white poppy vases, circa 1898, gourd form, highlighted in gilt, printed marks, 14cm high (2) £40 - £70

659. Rachel Bishop for William Moorcroft, a Tree Bark Thief limited edition vase, inverse baluster form, number 121 of 250, impressed marks and signatures, 37cm high, boxed £200 - £300

672. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a pair of Florian Iris vases, circa 1900, conical double gourd form, with butterflies to the necks, printed marks and underglaze green monograms, 24.5cm high (2) £400 - £600 673. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a large Iris vase, circa 1901, slender elongated inverse baluster form, underglaze green monogram, 41cm high £400 - £600 674. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Green and Gold Florian biscuit barrel, circa 1903, ovoid shouldered form, with etched silver plated mount and lid, printed mark, underglaze green monogram, 26.5cm high £150 - £200

660. Philip Richardson for Moorcroft, a Fairy Rings bowl, circa 1987, squat ovoid shouldered form with everted neck, impressed marks and underglaze green monogram, 30cm diameter £150 - £250

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675. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, an Iris vase, circa 1903, ovoid form, yellow on blue, printed mark and underglaze green signature, 23cm high £150 - £250

669. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Florian Daisy vase, circa 1902, twin handled inverse baluster form, yellow on blue, printed marks and underglaze green signature, 26cm high £400 - £600

676. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Prunus bowl, 1912, squat angled bulbous form, green ground, underglaze green signature and date, 20cm diameter £150 - £250 677. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Prunus lustre bowl, circa 1907, twin handled Skyphos form, with cylindrical foot, incised signature, 24cm wide £120 - £180

661 661. Rachel Bishop for Moorcroft, a Carousel charger, circa 1997, circular form, impressed and painted marks, 35.5cm diameter £240 - £260 662. Lisa B Moorcroft, a pink and green lustre Holly vase, circa 1980, elongated inverse baluster form, monogram, 36cm high £40 - £60 663. Walter Moorcroft, Bermuda Lily on brown vase, ovoid baluster form, printed and painted marks. 24cm high £70 - £90 664. Walter Moorcroft, hibiscus cache pot, cylindrical form, impressed and painted marks, 13cm high £120 - £140 665. Walter Moorcroft, Bermuda Lily vase, baluster form, impressed and painted marks and factory label, 19cm high £80 - £120 666. Walter Moorcroft, a Grape and Plum jardinière, circa 1980, footed beaker form, 18cm high £30 - £50 667. Walter Moorcroft, a Magnolia plate, circa 1960, blue ground, impressed marks and underglaze green signature, 26cm diameter £50 - £80

670 670. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Florian Poppy pedestal vase, circa 1902, shouldered ovoid and footed form, yellow on blue, printed marks and underglaze green signature, 31.5cm high £400 - £600 671. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, an Alhambra vase, circa 1903, twin handled inverse baluster form, printed marks, 25.5cm high £300 - £500

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.

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678. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a blue on blue Landscape vase, circa 1902, cylindrical bulbous form, printed marks and underglaze green signature, 30cm high £1000 - £1500

687. William Moorcroft, a small Pansy on blue vase, circa 1925, baluster form, impressed marks and underglaze blue monogram, 12cm high £70 - £100 688. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate vase, circa 1920, inverse baluster form, impressed 9.5cm high £60

679. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a pair of Cornflower vases, circa 1912, twin handled conical form, printed marks and underglaze green signature, 20cm high (2) £500 - £800 680. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a small Hesperian Lilac vase, circa 1902, rounded conical form, printed mark and underglaze green signature, 9.5cm high £150 - £250

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small angled marks, - £100

689. William Moorcroft, a Late Florian vase, circa 1915, inverse baluster form, impressed Burslem marks and underglaze green signature, 22.5cm high £250 - £350

683. William Moorcroft for Liberty and Co., an Iris plate, circa 1903, circular with narrow rim, green and blue, printed marks and underglaze green signature, 20.5cm diameter £200 - £300 684. William Moorcroft for Liberty and Co., an Iris plate, circa 1903, circular with narrow rim, green and blue, printed marks and underglaze green signature, 20.5cm diameter £200 - £300

681 681. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Florian Daffodil vase, circa 1899, rounded with inverted rim, printed mark and incised monogram, 12cm diameter £70 - £100

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682 682. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a small Violet and Forget Me Not Christmas and New Year Greetings vase, circa 1904, twin handled footed trumpet form, printed mark and underglaze green monogram, 6.5cm high £80 - £120

685. William Moorcroft for Liberty and Co., a Pomegranate on ochre ginger jar and cover, circa 1912, shouldered form, printed marks and underglaze green signature, 12cm high £400 - £600 686. William Moorcroft for Liberty and Co., a Claremont pomander, circa 1905, squat ovoid form with reticulated screw lid, printed marks and underglaze green signature, 14cm diameter £300 - £500

690. William Moorcroft, a Poppy and Forget Me Not vase, 1913, slender inverse baluster form, underglaze green signature and date, 32.5cm high £250 - £350 691. William Moorcroft, a Spanish box and cover, circa 1928, cylindrical drum form, impressed marks and underglaze blue monograms, 17cm diameter £250 - £350 692. William Moorcroft, a pair of Pomegranate candlesticks, circa 1925, Tuscan column form, impressed marks and underglaze blue monograms, 21cm high (2) £200 - £300

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693. William Moorcroft, a Flambe Late Cornflower vase, circa 1936, knop necked bulbous bottle form, impressed marks and facsimile, underglaze green monogram, 33cm high £250 - £350

697. William Moorcroft, a small Pansy on white vase, circa 1914, inverse baluster form, impressed Burslem marks and underglaze green signature, 10.5cm high £80 - £120

694. William Moorcroft, a large salt glazed Leaf and Berry vase, circa 1930, shouldered form, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 42cm high £350 - £450

ART POTTERY 706. A W N Pugin (attributed) for Minton, a Gothic Revival encaustic tile, brown white and beige foliate and quatrefoil motifs, 15cm square, framed £20 - £40 707. AWN Pugin for Minton, a group of 21 encaustic tiles, circa 1880, geometric Gothic Revival style foliate designs, 15cm square (21) £100 - £150 708. A pair of Copeland Aesthetic Movement tiles, Shakespeare series, circa 1880, blue and white with gold ground, Slender Anne Page and Dromis, 20cm square (2) £80 - £120

698 698. William Moorcroft, a small Wisteria on blue vase, circa 1928, shouldered form, impressed marks, 9cm high £50 - £80 695 695. William Moorcroft, a Flambe Banded Pomegranate vase, circa 1925, baluster form, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 18.5cm high £300 - £500 696. William Moorcroft, a small Wisteria on blue vase, circa 1925, waisted form, impressed marks, 9.5cm high £40 - £60

699. William Moorcroft, a small Pansy on blue vase, circa 1925, bulbous form, impressed marks, 10cm high £40 - £70 700. William Moorcroft, a small Pomegranate vase, circa 1920, globe and shaft form, impressed marks, 10cm high £70 - £100 701. William Moorcroft, a small Pansy on blue and white vase, circa 1914, inverse baluster form, impressed Burslem marks and underglaze green monogram, 10.5cm high £80 - £120

709 709. James Hadley for Royal Worcester, an Aesthetic Movement Japanesque cup and saucer, 1876, relief moulded butterfly handle and tooled gilt and silvered decoration of maple leaves and storks, 14cm diameter £40 - £70 710. John Hopewell (attributed) for Royal Worcester, two bird painted twin handled Japanesque vases, 1878, square form, decorated with birds, insects and foliage on light celadon ground, on four scroll acanthus feet, impressed mark 399 and gilder mark JD (Josiah Davis) to both, puce and green printed marks, 19.5cm high (2) £200 - £300

702. William Moorcroft, a small Flambe Leaf and Berry vase, circa 1935, spherical form, impressed marks and facsimile, 8cm high £60 - £100 703. William Moorcroft, a Leaf and Blackberry plate, circa 1930, circular with everted rim, impressed marks and facsimile signature, 26cm diameter £50 - £70 704. William Moorcroft, a Pansy on blue vase, circa 1920, bulbous baluster form, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 23cm high £80 - £120 705. William Moorcroft, Cornflower on powder blue bowl, squat baluster form, impressed and painted marks, 12.5cm high £350 - £400 711

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711. James Hadley for Royal Worcester, an Aesthetic Movement Japanesque incense burner, 1874, the bowl with relief moulded tree branches, supported on three elephants mask feet, the lid reticulated with prunus, magnolia and maple , surmounted by a resting elephant finial, impressed mark, 22cm high £300 - £400

719 715 715. Christopher Dresser for Old Hall, a pair of Aesthetic Movement vases, square section baluster form, with gilt elephant mask handles, transfer printed and coloured with Japanesque roundels and fans in a prunus ground, printed marks, 23.5cm high (2) £70 - £100

719. Wemyss for Thomas Goode, a large pottery mug, painted with plums, impressed and printed marks, 14.5cm high £70 - £100 720. Wemyss for Thomas Goode, a rose painted pottery pen tray, together with Bon Jour cockerel jug and bowl, 24cm long (3) £50 - £80

712 712. A Minton Aesthetic Movement porcelain novelty basket and cover with cockerel heads, model 2048, 1876, in Majolica colours, relief moulded with hens and cockerels poking out of a twin handled wicker basket, the lid with central hole, highlighted in gilt, impressed marks, 13cm high £80 - £120

716 716. Christopher Dresser for Minton, a Chinoiserie Cloisonné butterfly dish, 1870, blue ground with central enamelled butterfly within a lobed border of X and jewelled dots, on three ball and claw feet, impressed marks, 12cm diameter £200 - £300

713 713. A Moore and Co. Aesthetic Movement twin handled vase, circa 1870, shouldered form with lobed handles, slip decorated and painted with prunus and tree over interlocking panels in the Japanesque style, highlighted in gilt, impressed and printed marks, £30 - £50 714. Christopher Dresser for Old Hall, an Aesthetic Movement salad bowl, pink ground, transfer printed with a band of prunus and birds, above a geometric stylised bindweed border, highlighted in gilt, the plated mount by Hukin and Heath, 24cm diameter £50 - £80

717. A Burmantofts Aesthetic Movement art pottery vase, of fan form, model T1723, relief moulded and yellow glazed, impressed marks, 20cm high £40 - £60 718. A Watcombe art pottery slip decorated jug, spherical form with shaft neck and moulded acanthus handle, painted with daisies, impressed and printed marks, 18cm high £30 - £50

721 721. Carlo Manzoni, an art pottery vase, ring necked conical form, sgraffito decorated with peacock feather and heart scroll cartouches, below geometric bands, incised marks, 23.5cmhigh £80 - £120 722. Carlo Manzoni, an art pottery vase, bulbous form with knopped neck, sgraffito decorated floral strands above bands of wave and Persian cartouches, incised marks, 15.5cm high £80 - £120

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725. Jessie Sinclair and Liz Wilkins for Della Robbia, an art pottery jug, squat drum with pinched heart shaped rim, slip decorated with leaves and flowers, incised and painted marks, 10.5cm long £80 - £120

728. Tom Hall for Della Robbia, an art pottery bowl, ogee form with everted rim, sgraffito decorated with a briar rose and spiral motifs, incised marks TH ELL, 63, 20cm diameter £150 - £250

726 723 723. Charles Collis for Della Robbia, an art pottery vase, shouldered gourd form, incised with floral rosettes between foliate tendrils and scrolls, below a lappet border, majolica glazed, incised marks, 504, 20cm high £150 - £250

726. Annie Davis for Della Robbia, an art pottery bowl, squat inverse baluster form, sgraffito decorated with a trailing flowering vine between lappet and ring borders, painted marks ADs, 16cm diameter £200 - £300 729 729. Charles Collis for Della Robbia, an art pottery vase, shouldered ovoid form, slip decorated with ivy leaves and berries, incised marks, 531, C, 20cm high £180 - £220

724 724. John Fogo and Tom Hall for Della Robbia, an art pottery fruit or jam jar, ovoid form, sgraffito decorated with a banner reading Raspberry, the three panelled ground bordered with foliate spears and scrolls, the central section decorated with a trefoil lobed headed cartouche with floral sprig and husk garland, flanked by leafy tendrils, incised marks JF W and painted TH, 16.5cm high £120 - £180

727 727. Willie Williams for Della Robbia, an art pottery vase, slender shouldered form, sgraffito decorated with iris or lily motifs to each side, incised marks W 29cm high £200 - £300

730 730. Charles Collis for Della Robbia, an art pottery vase, flared trumpet form, sgraffito decorated with ivy leaves and spiral motifs, incised marks, 229, C, 13cm high £120 - £180

725

728

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734. John Pearson, an Arts and Crafts painted bowl, in the Delft style, blue and white putti and fruiting festoons within a lappet border of fruit and flowers, the base with a cornucopia and monogram, 33cm diameter £200 - £300

733 733. Tom Hall for Della Robbia, an art pottery bowl, wide brimmed hemispherical form, sgraffito decorated with briar roses and spiral motifs, incised marks TH, 112a, 13cm diameter £100 - £200

735. Fred Passenger (attributed) for William De Morgan, a large Sands End Fulham pottery Persian vase, circa 1890s, globe and shaft form with knopped neck, painted with stylised flower heads within a foliate lappet ground, below a geometric neck, impressed mark and painted part monogram, 55cm high £2000 - £3000

731 731. Annie Jones for Della Robbia, an art pottery vase, ovoid form with shaft neck, incised and slip decorated with leafy fronds within foliate cartouches, between berries, the neck with Persian style scroll lappets, incised W and painted AJ, 22.5cm high £200 - £300

732 732. Annie Smith for Della Robbia, an art pottery vase, 1896, double gourd form incised with foliate lappets, S scrolls and wave and ring motifs, incised marks AS, 17.5cm high £200 - £300

735

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736. Robert Wallace Martin for Martin Brothers, a stoneware vase, 1899, bottle form, incised with bands of alternating rosettes and floral cartouches in the Mannerist style, incised marks, 23cm high £200 - £300 737. Mary Butterton for Doulton Lambeth, a pair of faience vases, pedestal shouldered form painted with roses, on a green ground, printed and impressed marks, 36.5cm high (2) £100 - £150

738 738. Hannah Barlow for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware tyg, sgraffito and pate sur pate decorated with short horn cows, above a flame leaf border, and three handles, impressed marks and monograms to the body and the base, 16.5cm high £300 - £500

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739. Mark V Marshall for Royal Doulton, an Art Union of London stoneware bowl, tubelined and dimpled with Art Nouveau style foliate poppies, incised monogram, 21cm diameter £70 - £100

747. Clarice Cliff for Wilkinson, a Biarritz plate, painted with lustre, red and black geometric design, printed Bizarre marks, 23.5cm long £40 - £60

740. A Ruskin souffle lustre vase, circa 1930, shouldered cylindrical form, pink glaze, impressed marks, 26cm high £100 - £150 741. A Ruskin pottery High Fired vase, 1932, shouldered form, red and cream with green spots, impressed marks, 22cm high £1000 - £1500 742. A Ruskin Crystalline glazed lampbase, circa 1932, shouldered form with waisted neck, on hexagonal footed base, mottled turquoise over orange bands above a matte blue glaze, impressed marks, 40cm high £800 - £1200 743. Walter Slater for Shelley, Late Foley, an Intarsio vase, shouldered form, painted with peacock feather and artichoke design with interlocking tendril scrolls, 27cm high £80 - £120

744 744. Carter, Stabler and Adams, a Poole pottery V pattern vase, shouldered ovoid form, painted with abstract flowers, impressed marks, 19.5cm high £40 - £70 745. Charlotte Rhead for Crown Ducal, a Lotus Leaves charger and four plates, tubeline, signed and numbered 2682, 36cm diameter (5) £100 - £200 746. Charlotte Rhead for Bursley Ware, a TL14 Tulips Pattern lamp base, shouldered ovoid form, 17cm high £40 - £60

748 748. Clarice Cliff for Newport Pottery, a House and Bridge vase, shape 265, footed barrel form with everted rim, printed Bizarre marks, 15.5cm high £150 - £250

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752. Keith Murray for Wedgwood, a black basalt bowl, circa 1933, footed conical form with incised band to the rim, impressed marks and printed facsimile, 10.5cm high £200 - £300

BRITISH CERAMICS 756. A Minton pot pourri basket and cover painted with spring flowers, circular form with weave handle and pierced lid, 5.5cm high £60 - £100

749 749. Clarice Cliff for Wilkinson, a Newlyn vase, shape 572, waisted form, Delecia interior, printed Bizarre marks, 10cm high £100 - £200

753 753. Keith Murray for Wedgwood, a black basalt vase, circa 1933, footed trumpet form with fluted bands to the upper body, impressed marks and printed facsimile, 20.5cm high £200 - £400

757 757. A Minton vase and cover, circa 1860, Sevres style, urn form, relief moulded with painted roundels of alternating marine and landscape views, within a blue ground of oak garlands and ropes, the reticulated lid with pinecone finial, impressed mark, 32cm high £200 - £300

750 750. John Spencer for Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian figure group of two penguins, circa 1936, black glazed, impressed marks, 16.5cm high £80 - £120 751. Donald Gilbert for Bourne Denby, a Danesby Ware relief moulded fish lamp base, modelled leaping, mouth open, printed marks, 27cm high with fitting £150 - £200

754 754. Millicent Taplin for Wedgwood, a resist lustre dish, circa 1940s, painted with alternating panels of poppies and trellis around a central three flower poppy, in platinum lustre, printed mark, 24cm diameter £50 - £100 755. Jessie Tait for Midwinter, a Zambesi coffee service, circa 1956, including two coffee pots, six cups and saucers, milk and sugar, black and white zebra stripes with red highlights, printed marks, 23cm high £200 - £300

758 758. E O Ball for Coalport, a trio of small vases, painted with Scottish loch scenes, Loch Katrine, Loch Ness and Loch Lomond, within gilt feathered and foliate cartouches, on blue and cream grounds, bottle and inverse baluster forms, 10.5cm high £80 - £120 759. William Powell for Royal Worcester, a cabinet plate decorated with wading flamingos in a misty river landscape, within raised fruiting vine pale green border, puce marks and date code 1914, 23cm diameter £200 - £300

752

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760. Brian Leaman for Royal Worcester, still life study of a fruit painted vase, elongated baluster form, signed, shape number 2491/2, 14cm high £100 - £150

766. John Hopewell (attributed) for Royal Worcester, a pair of bird painted and gilded dessert plates, 1874, impressed and printed marks, 23cm wide (2) £100 - £150

761. William Bee for Royal Worcester, still life study of a fruit painted plaque, circular form, circa 1930, signed, 6.5cm diameter £100 - £150

767. Hadley’s Worcester, a daffodil painted jug, scroll handle and gilt rims, printed marks, 14cm high £80 - £120

762. Pindner Davis for Royal Worcester, Chinoiserie figure ‘Laughing Boy’, circa 1951, shape number 3354, 12.5cm high £30 - £50 763. William Powell for Royal Worcester, a cabinet plate decorated with wading flamingos in a misty river landscape, within raised fruiting vine pale green border, puce marks and date code 1914, 23cm diameter £200 - £300 764. James Stinton for Royal Worcester, pheasants in landscape painted vase, 1931, conical form with crimped gilded rim, signed, shape number G957, 8cm high £120 - £140

768. W Powell for Royal Worcester, a Bullfinch soup bowl, painted with a bird in brambles, gilt border, 21cm diameter £50 - £80 774 769. Harry Chair for Royal Worcester, a floral painted cabinet plate, the central bouquet within a raised gilt foliate scroll ground, 26cm diameter £70 - £100

774. Albert Shuck for Royal Worcester, a fruit painted plate, 1912, six panels within tooled and raised gilt vine and tendril borders in the Art Nouveau style, 23cm diameter £80 - £120

770. James Hadley for Royal Worcester, two Kate Greenaway type figures, including girl on a chair and boy sugar sifter, 18cm high (2) £40 - £70

775. F Doughty for Royal Worcester, four Children of the Nations figures, including Greece, Italy, India and China, 14cm high (4) £40 - £60

771. F Gertner for Royal Worcester, figures including Peter Pan and Dutch Boy, together with Buttercup by Anne Acheson, 21.5cm high (3) £40 - £70

776. James Stinton for Royal Worcester, a pheasant painted silver mounted hand mirror, silver mount Sanders & Mackenzie, Birmingham 1929, signed, 23.5cm long £150 - £200

772. F Doughty for Royal Worcester, three figures including Sea Breeze, Young Farmer and Babes in the Wood, 20.5cm high (3) £40 - £60

777. John Stinton for Royal Worcester, a Highland cattle plaque, 1918, with a named view Llugwy to reverse, signed, puce mark, 24.5cm wide £400 - £600

773. F Doughty for Royal Worcester, a Children of the Nations figure, Japan, 1958, 8.5cm high £20 - £40

778. John Stinton for Royal Worcester, a Highland cattle plaque, 1917, with a named view Lock Lomond to reverse, signed, puce mark, 24.5cm wide £400 - £600

765 765. Charles Baldwyn for Royal Worcester, a blush ivory bird painted vase, 1883, bulbous and shaft form with twin handles, painted with woodpeckers and swifts in the moonlight, printed marks, 40cm high £400 - £600

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779. Doris Lindner for Royal Worcester, a porcelain model of a Clydesdale Stallion, 1976, raised on oval ceramic base surmounted by a wood plinth, number 285, black printed factory marks to base, 28cm high £200 - £300

784. James Hadley for Royal Worcester, a figure of a water carrier, modelled as a standing woman with blue dress, highlighted in gilt, puce marks 1810, 17cm high £40 - £60

793. A Royal Crown Derby miniature three piece tea set, Imari 6299, including teapot, sugar and jug, 7.5cm long (3) £30 - £50 794. A Royal Doulton Burslem vase, circa 1885, ovoid form with raised gilt decoration and everted rim, painted daffodils and foliage on a deep blue ground, signed Phillips, printed marks, 31.5cm high £70 - £100 795. Royal Doulton Series ware, Old English Carnivals jardinière, circa 1925, printed marks, 20cm diameter £20 - £30

785 785. Doris Lindner for Royal Worcester, a porcelain model of Hog Hunting, number 3164, black printed factory marks to base, 17.5cm high £100 - £150

780 780. James Stinton for Royal Worcester, a pheasant painted oval plaque, 1934, signed, puce mark, 14.5cm long £80 - £120 781. James Stinton for Royal Worcester, a pheasant painted plaque, 1928, signed, puce mark, 11cm long £80 - £120

786. Arnold Mikelson for Royal Crown Derby, a pair of novelty salt and pepper shakers in the form of an owl and hornbill, circa 1948, with stoppers, 9.5cm high (2) £30 - £50

796. A.E. Simpson for Doulton Burslem, a pair of Blue Children plaques, gilt rim, signed, printed marks, 35.5cm high (2) £50 - £70 797. A Royal Doulton Kingsware Bonnie Prince Charlie whisky jug, bulbous ovoid flagon form, with original contents and stopper, printed marks, 18cm high £30 - £50 798. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, an Isaac Walton series ware jug and bowl, the jug with pinched lip, the bowl with a band of Imari decoration to the rim, 20.5cm diameter (2) £70 - £100

787. A Royal Crown Derby miniature Imari flat iron on stand, 1913, pattern 6299, 7.5cm long £40 - £70 788. Two Royal Crown Derby figures, Marjorie and The Huntsman, F469 and F472, circa 1930, 20cm high (2) £40 - £60 789. A pair of Royal Crown Derby miniature Imari Japanese bottle vases, 6299 pattern, 6cm high (2) £30 - £50

782 782. E Townsend for Royal Worcester, a pair of fruit painted vases, 1935, waisted form, decorated with plums and apples with cherries grapes, puce marks, 19cm high (2) £300 - £500 783. Ricketts for Royal Worcester, a fruit painted cup and saucer, circa 1916, the cup interior with plums and rose hips, the saucer with pears, blossom and damsons, puce marks, 14cm diameter £100 - £150

790. A pair of Royal Crown Derby Imari 1128 potpourri vases and covers, acorn form, on three foliate scroll legs and tricorn platform bases, pierced lids, 13.5cm high (2) £50 - £80 799 791. Three Royal Crown Derby miniature tea cups and saucers, Imari 2451, together with a miniature trefoil hors d’oeuvres serving dish, 6299, 6.5cm diameter (4) £40 - £70 792. For Royal Crown Derby Imari 1128 miniature vases, including a pair of inverse baluster vases, a footed example and a shouldered bottle, 8.5cm high (4) £50 - £80

799. A Royal Doulton Bunnykins Royal Family special edition figure, Harry the Herald DB115, circa 1985, painted in yellow and green with silvered trumpet, 9.5cm high £100 - £150 800. A large Royal Doulton figure of a fox, HN2634, modelled sitting, 26cm high £200 - £400

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805. A Beswick Silver Dunn Galloway Bull figure, modelled standing, in beige colourway, 19cm long £350 - £450 806. A Coalport commemorative election mug, General Election 1892, Members for Shropshire and their Majorities, cylindrical form, underglaze blue printed decoration, 13cm high £30 - £50

812. An English North Country slipware jug, circa 1816, inscribed and dated T B March 1816, 14cm high £300 - £500 813. 19th Century Staffordshire porcelain model of a Spaniel, recumbent on a rococo scroll and gilded base, 4cm high £30 - £50 814. An early 19th century slipware baking dish, circa 1810, brown combed decoration on a mustard yellow ground, with piecrust edge, 30cm x 23cm £400 - £600 815. A mid 18th Century delftware wall pocket, Liverpool, moulded with masks and scrolls, pierced twice for hanging, 20cm high £100 - £200

801 801. Leslie Harradine for Royal Doulton, a Sea Sprite figure, HN1261, designed circa 1927, modelled as a girl with towel, 13.5cm high £80 - £120 802. Leslie Harradine for Doulton Lambeth, a Dutch peasant woman figure, modelled carrying a basket, impressed marks and H9, 21cm high £60 - £80

807 807. A Prattware cottage money box, circa 1820, modelled as a house with two figures, central chimney, 13cm high £120 - £180 808. An English Delft dish or bowl, mid 18th century, painted with floral sprigs and geometric bands, 26.5cm diameter £70 - £100 809. An English Delft pottery clock face, mid 18th century, with Arabic numerals, 24cm diameter £300 - £500

816. Early 19th Century Staffordshire blue and white meat platter, Bristol Harbour, printed ‘Bristol’ verso, and impressed ‘20’, circa 1825, 51cm length £450 - £650 817. A Spode Staffordshire blue and white oval meat platter, Caramanian Series, Castle of Boudron in the Gulf of Stancio, circa 1810, impressed marks, 48cm length £300 - £400 818. A Ralph Hall, Staffordshire blue and white oval platter, circa 1822,St Woolston’s Hall, Kildaire, printed and impressed marks, 38cm length£200 - £300 819. A Swansea blue and white meat platter, early 19th century, Cows crossing a stream, impressed mark ‘16’, 42cm length £100 - £150 820. A Patterson blue and white wine jug and cover, Bacchanalian cherub pattern, circa 1840, 25cm height £70 - £90 821. A Staffordshire Whieldon barrel Toby jug, circa 1790, blue and white with frothing jug and barrel between the feet, 26cm high

810 803 803. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, a Jack Point figure, HN610, designed circa 1924, modelled as Henry Lytton in the role, painted marks, 17cm high £80 - £120 804. A Beswick Charolais Cow figure, model 3075A, beige colourway, 20cm long £40 - £60

810. An English Delft flower brick, blue and white painted bird and prunus design, with reticulated top, 14cm wide, 9cm high, 7cm deep £400 - £600 811. A pair of Wedgwood figures, Roderick Dhu and Lady of the Lake, painted with tartan shawls and titled to the bases, 21cm high (2) £40 - £70

Provenance: Sotheby’s London, 1st August 1972, lot 94; Harland Collection sticker to base £250 - £350 822. A Prattware, pot lid ‘Genuine Bears Grease’ £200 - £300 823. Prattware, ten pot lids decorated with various scenes, some with bases (10) £40 - £60 824. Prattware, ten pot lids decorated with various scenes, some with bases (10) £40 - £60

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825. A set of five Staffordshire Durham Ox Series blue and white soup plates, early 19th century, transfer printed with cattle within a floral border, 25cm diameter (5) £80 - £120

829. A Staffordshire pearlware commemorative punch bowl, George III and Queen Charlotte, circa 1868, the exterior transfer printed with Chinoiserie motifs, 29cm diameter £500 - £700

826. A small Wedgwood Portland Vase, circa 1839, blue and white Jasperware, with draped figures, after the Antique, impressed mark, 10cm high £80 - £120

830. A Staffordshire blue and white scalloped strawberry dish, early 19th Century, cows watering in landscape with country house, 26cm length £30 - £50 831. A Wedgwood blue and white plate, Blue Claude pattern, together with a similar plate, 25cm diameter; a Staffordshire blue and white tureen and cover, Windy Road pattern, 23cm wide; and a Staffordshire blue and white covered sauce tureen and stand, river scene, 19cm wide, together with a Davenport blue and white twin handled tureen, harbour scene. (5) £60 - £80

827 827. Two Wedgwood style portrait plaques, Nelson and Josiah Wedgwood, modelled in relief in brown basalt, bust form in profile, 9cm x 7cm £80 - £120

832. A creamware transfer printed Trafalgar jug, circa 1805, 21.5cm high £500 - £700 833. Wedgwood and Bentley, a black basalt relief moulded portrait plaque of Charles Pratt, Lord Camden, circa 1779, bust in profile, impressed marks and name, 8.5cm x 6.5cm, framed £100 - £200 834. Two Staffordshire Toby jugs with stoppers, one with yellow hat, 27cm high (2) £40 - £70

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835. A Staffordshire warty face Toby jug, circa 1810, modelled with overflowing jug of ale, yellow breeches and C scroll handle, 23cm high £40 - £70

828. A Wedgwood black basalt relief moulded portrait plaque of William Pitt, circa 1780, bust form, impressed marks, 9.5cm x 7.5cm £100 - £200

836. A Staffordshire Toby jug, circa 1820, modelled with frothing jug and spotted face, on green base, 25cm high £50 - £80

837 837. A commemorative George Washington treacle glazed flask, 19th century or earlier, moonflask form, relief moulded with portrait medallion within emblems of war, to each side, 15cm high £80 - £120 838. Wedgwood and Bentley, a black basalt relief moulded portrait plaque of Linnaeus, circa 1778, bust in profile, impressed marks and name, 8.5cm x 6.5cm, framed £100 - £200 839. A pair of 19th Century stoneware, silver lustre and drabware wall brackets, angular stepped pediments above rococo styled terminals, 14cm high (2) £100 - £200 840. 18th Century English delftware pottery blue and white footed bowl, decorated with a figure in continuous trellis, flowering branch and river frieze, puce lined decoration to interior, circa 1750, 27cm diameter £100 - £200 841. A Pottery hound head stirrup cup, English, circa 1820, decorated in coloured and gilt enamels, 16 cm long, 10cm high £100 - £200 842. A Wedgwood black basalt vase, circa 1840, cylindrical spill form, sprigged in relief with alternating acanthus lappets and entwined bell flowers, below rams’ head and floral garland swags, bordered with a band of foliate and floral scrolls, impressed marks, 25cm high £40 - £70 843. A Wedgwood Queens Ware figure of Psyche, after the Sevres original by Falconet, circa 1840, cream glazed, impressed mark, 21cm high £70 - £100

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844. A Staffordshire relief moulded commemorative jug, for Marquis Wellington and General Hill, circa 1813, painted with half length portrait busts to each side, 13cm high £30 - £50

850. A Lambeth Delft drug jar, ovoid form, circa 1670, decorated in blue with a scrolling strapwork label inscribed AD:STEABIENM, surmounted by an angel with outspread wings, 18cm high £1000 - £1500

845. A Pair of English Delftware blue and white vases with covers, circa 1700, of baluster form and decorated in panels with leaf and foliate designs and stylised borders, the reeded covers decorated with panels of floral motifs and with shaped feather patterned finials, and raised on hexagonal bases, 32cm high (2) £200 - £300 846. A transfer printed commemorative plate, Queen Adelaide, blue feather edged border, 24cm diameter £60 - £80 847. A George III relief moulded commemorative jug, painted in Pratt colours, portrait roundels of George III and William and Mary to each side, 17cm high £120 - £140

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851 851. A Lambeth Delft drug jar, ovoid form, circa 1670, decorated in blue with a scrolling strapwork label inscribed SALVIA, surmounted by an angel with outspread wings, 18cm high £800 - £1200

853. A Lambeth Delft drug jar, ovoid form, circa 1670, decorated in blue with a scrolling strapwork label inscribed THER ANDR, surmounted by an angel with outspread wings, 18cm high £1200 - £1800

854 848 848. A Bristol Delft drug jar, ovoid form, circa 1710, decorated in blue with a scrolling strapwork label inscribed THER: LOND.(polypharmacy London compid), surmounted by a basket of fruit and cherubs with trumpets, a further cherub’s head and wings below flanked by stylised floral swags, 17.5cm high £600 - £800 849. A London Delft wet drug jar, globular form, spreading foot with squat spout to rear, circa 1760, decorated in blue with a scrolling strapwork label inscribed OL: AMYGD.D, surmounted by a scallop shell, floral sprays and cherubs, a further cherub’s head and wings below flanked by stylised flowers, 19cm high: Martin Edgell label verso £350 - £450

852 852. A Lambeth Delft drug jar, ovoid form, circa 1675, decorated in blue with a scrolling strapwork label inscribed U:ROSAR, surmounted by an angel with outspread wings, 19.5cm high: Sampson and Horne label verso £1000 - £1500

854. A London Delft wet drug jar, globular form on a spreading foot, loop handle and squat spout, circa 1720, decorated in blue with a scrolling strapwork label inscribed S.ALTHAEAE.(syrup of mallow), surmounted by a scallop shell, floral sprays and cherubs, a further cherub’s head and wings below flanked by stylised flowers, 19cm high £400 - £500

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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855. A London Delft wet drug jar, globular form on a spreading foot, loop handle and squat spout, circa 1720, decorated in blue with a scrolling strapwork label inscribed S: LIMONIOR.(syrup of lemon oil), surmounted by a scallop shell, floral sprays and cherubs, a further cherub’s head and wings below flanked by stylised flowers, 20cm high £350 - £450

857. A pair of Southwell Delft pill jars, ovoid form, circa 1680, decorated in blue with a scrolling strapwork label inscribed T.ALKEKENG (winter cherry berries), other T. DE. CARABE (lozenge amber) surmounted by an angel with outspread wings, 10cm high (2) £1500 - £2000

859. A London Delft pill jar, ovoid form, circa 1740, decorated in blue with a scrolling strapwork label inscribed P:DE: STYRACE:, surmounted by a basket of fruit flanked by birds with laurel sprays, a further cherub’s head and wings below flanked by stylised floral swag, marked IX to base, 9.5cm high £800 - £1200

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856. A London Delft drug jar, ovoid form, circa 1720, decorated in blue with a scrolling strapwork label inscribed V:POPVLNEVM, surmounted by a basket of fruit flanked by birds with laurel sprays, a further cherub’s head and wings below flanked by stylised floral swags, 18cm high £400 - £600

858. A London Delft pill jar, ovoid form, circa 1720, decorated in blue with a scrolling strapwork label inscribed P.HIER: CUM:A, surmounted by a basket of fruit flanked by birds with laurel sprays, a further cherub’s head and wings below flanked by stylised fruit and floral swags, 9.5cm high £400 - £600

860. A London Delft pill jar, ovoid form, circa 1720, decorated in blue with a scrolling strapwork label inscribed T: MYRRH:, surmounted by a basket of fruit flanked by birds with laurel sprays, a further cherub’s head and wings below flanked by stylised floral swag, 9cm high : Sampson and Horne label verso £700 - £900

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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861 861. A London Delft drug jar, ovoid form, circa 1740, decorated in blue with a scrolling strapwork label inscribed E: LENITIU:(mild purgative), surmounted by a scallop shell, floral sprays and cherubs, a further cherub’s head and wings below flanked by stylised flowers, 20cm high £400 - £600

865 863 863. A London Delft pill jar, ovoid form, circa 1740, decorated in blue with a scrolling strapwork label inscribed P: RUDJI:, surmounted by a basket of fruit flanked by birds with laurel sprays, a further cherub’s head and wings below flanked by stylised floral swags, base marked with a star, 9.5cm high Jonathan Horne label verso £500 - £800

862 862. A Mortlake Delft drug jar, ovoid form, circa 1720, decorated in blue with a scrolling strapwork label inscribed C: Prun:SYL.(syrup of sloe), surmounted by a scallop shell, floral sprays and cherubs, a further cherub’s head and wings below flanked by stylised flowers, 18.5cm high £400 - £600

864. A pair of Liverpool Delft wet drug jars, globular form, spreading foot with squat spout to rear, circa 1760, decorated in blue with a scrolling strapwork label inscribed MEL: ROSAR( honey of rose), other S: CROCI (syrup of saffron)acanthus leaf scrolls above and below, 19cm high (2): Jonathan Horne labels verso £1500 - £2000

865. A Mortlake Delft drug jar, ovoid form, circa 1750, decorated in blue with a scrolling strapwork label inscribed ELE:LENITIV, surmounted by a scallop shell, floral sprays and cherubs, a further cherub’s head below flanked by stylised flowers, 23cm high £400 - £600

866 866. A pair of London Delft pill jars, ovoid form, circa 1730, one decorated in blue with a scrolling strapwork label inscribed T: VIPERAR (tinct of viper), other T:DE RHAB (tinct of rhubarb) surmounted by a spray of flowers, flanked by cherubs with laurel, a further cherub’s head and wings below flanked by stylised floral swag, 10cm high (2) £400 - £600

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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867. A group of four London Delft pill jars, cylinder form, circa 1750, one decorated in blue with a scrolling strapwork label inscribed Ex.GENISTAE, next Ex.QUASSIAE, next Ex. SENEKA, next EX: HELLER surmounted by a scallop shell, flanked by cherubs with laurel, a further cherub’s head and wings below flanked by stylised floral swag, 10cm high (4) £800 - £1200

870. A London Delft drug jar, ovoid form, circa 1720, decorated in blue with a scrolling strapwork label inscribed C:LUJULAE surmounted by a basket of fruit flanked by birds with laurel, a further cherub’s head and wings below flanked by stylised fruit and floral swags, 19cm high £250 - £350

869 869. A Lambeth Delft wet drug jar, globular form on a spreading foot, loop handle and squat spout, circa 1690, decorated in blue with a scrolling strapwork label inscribed S:DE:MECON, surmounted by Apollo head, flanked by peacocks and laurel, a further cherub’s head and wings below with floral garlands, 17cm high £250 - £350 871 871. A London Delft drug jar, ovoid form, circa 1730, decorated in blue with a scrolling strapwork label inscribed LOHOCH: SANU.(compound cough medication), surmounted by a basket of fruit and cherubs with trumpets, a further cherub’s head and wings below flanked by stylised floral swags, 18.5cm high £400 - £600

868 868. A Lambeth Delft wet drug jar, ovoid form, loop handle and squat spout, circa 1690, decorated in blue with a scrolling strapwork label inscribed O:SOLANV, surmounted by Apollo head, flanked by peacocks and laurel, a further cherub’s head and wings below with floral garlands, 21cm high £350 - £450

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For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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872. A London Delft drug jar, ovoid form, circa 1720, decorated in blue with a scrolling strapwork label inscribed ROB:CYNOSBAT: surmounted by a basket of fruit flanked by birds with laurel, a further cherub’s head and wings below flanked by stylised floral swags, 20cm high £500 - £800

874. A London Delft drug jar, ovoid form, circa 1720, decorated in blue with a scrolling strapwork label inscribed C:CARYOPHIL: surmounted by a basket of fruit flanked by birds with laurel, a further cherub’s head and wings below flanked by stylised floral swags, 20cm high £500 - £800

876. A London Delft wet drug jar, globular form, spreading foot with spout to rear, circa 1740, decorated in blue with a scrolling strapwork label inscribed S: PECTORA surmounted by a basket of fruit, flanked by birds and laurel, a further cherub’s head and wings below flanked by stylised flowers, 18cm high £250 - £350

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873. A London Delft drug jar, ovoid form, circa 1740, decorated in blue with a scrolling strapwork label inscribed U:BASIL:N. surmounted by a scallop shell, floral sprays and cherubs, a further cherub’s head and wings below flanked by stylised flowers, 20cm high £150 - £250

875. A London Delft pill jar, cylinder form, circa 1760, decorated in blue with a scrolling strapwork label inscribed PHILON:LOND surmounted by a scallop shell, flanked by cherubs, a further cherub’s head and wings below flanked by stylised floral swag, 10cm high £250 - £350

877. A London Delft wet drug jar, globular form, spreading foot with squat spout to rear, circa 1740, decorated in blue with a scrolling strapwork label inscribed S:CROCI, surmounted by a scallop shell, floral sprays and cherubs, a further cherub’s head and wings below flanked by stylised flowers, 19cm high £200 - £300

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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878. A Lambeth Delft wet drug jar, globular form on a spreading foot, loop handle and squat spout, circa 1720, decorated in blue with a scrolling strapwork label inscribed S.MORORU: (syrup of mulberry), surmounted by a basket of fruit, floral sprays and cherubs, a further cherub’s head and wings below flanked by stylised flowers, 18cm high £700 - £900

879. A London Delft drug jar, ovoid form, circa 1750, decorated in blue with a scrolling strapwork label inscribed EL:LENITIV surmounted by a scallop shell, floral sprays and cherubs, a further cherub’s head below flanked by stylised flowers, 24cm high: Alistair Samson label verso £400 - £600

881. A Liverpool Delft drug jar, ovoid form, circa 1750, decorated in blue with a scrolling strapwork label inscribed CONS: CYNOSBAT (conserve of tip of wild rose), surmounted by a scallop shell, floral sprays and cherubs, a further cherub’s head below flanked by stylised flowers, 20cm high £250 - £350

880. A set of six Newton Hall Delft wet drug jars, globular form on a spreading foot, loop handle and squat spout, circa 1750, decorated in blue with a scrolling strapwork label inscribed S.DIACOD: next S:ex ALLIO next S:eSPIN:CERV next S:ROSAR:SOL next S:BALSAMI: next S:CROCI surmounted by a basket of fruit, flanked by birds and laurel, a further cherub’s head and wings below flanked by stylised floral swags, 17.5cm high (6) £4000 - £6000

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TERMS & CONDITIONS OF SALE AND BUSINESS These Conditions of Sale and Business constitute the contract between Kingham & Orme Auctioneers limited and the seller, on the one hand, and the buyer on the other. By bidding at the auction, and/or consigning to Kingham & Orme Auctioneers limited, you agree to be bound by the following terms.

b) Such rights and exclusions shall extend to and be deemed to be for the benefit of employees and agents of the seller and/or the auctioneer who may themselves enforce them. Any notice to any buyer, seller, bidder or viewer may be given by first class mail or email in which case it shall be deemed to have been received by the addressee 48 hours after posting. Special terms may be used in catalogue descriptions of particular classes of terms in which case the descriptions must be interpreted in accordance with any glossary appearing at the commencement of the catalogue.

CONDITIONS OF SALE 1. DEFINITION In these terms of business: Kingham & Orme Auctioneers Ltd is referred to as ‘K & O.’ The K & O representative conducting the auction is referred to as the ‘auctioneer’. 2. AGENCY The auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by sellers or buyers if the transaction is not completed and paid for. 3. TERMS OF SALE The seller acknowledges that lots are sold subject to the stipulations of these Conditions in their entirety and on the Terms of Consignment. 4. DESCRIPTIONS AND CONDITION OF LOTS Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of statements relating to authorship, descriptions, origin, date, age, provenance and condition of lots. Statements made orally or in the catalogue are opinions given after careful consideration and research. Prospective buyers are given ample opportunity to view lots before any sale. When bidding, buyers acknowledge that they are fully satisfied as to the description and condition of the lot. 5. ATTRIBUTION OF PICTURES (a) If the forename(s) (or asterisks where not known) and surname of the artist are given, this indicates that in the opinion of K & O the picture is a work by the named artist. (b) If the initials of the forename(s) and the surname of the artist are given, this indicates that in the opinion of K & O the picture is a work of the period of the named artist and may be wholly or in part his work. (c) If the surname of the artist is given, this indicates that in the opinion of K & O the picture is a work of the same school of the named artist, or by one of his followers, or in his style and of uncertain date. (d) The term ‘Bears signature’ indicates that in the opinion of K & O this is not the signature of the artist. (e) All other terms are self-explanatory. 6. FORGERIES Notwithstanding Condition 4, any lot which proves to be a deliberate forgery may be returned to us by you within 21 days of the auction provided it is in the same condition as when bought, and is accompanied by particulars identifying it from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement of defects. If we are satisfied from the evidence provided that the lot is a deliberate forgery we shall refund the money paid by you for the lot including any buyer’s premium. 7. THIRD PARTY LIABILITY Every person on K & O premises before, during or after a sale shall be deemed to be there at their own risk and shall have no claim against K & O in respect of any injury they may sustain or any accident which may occur. 8. DISPUTES Any dispute not covered in these terms of business will be settled at the sole discretion of K & O. 9. GENERAL We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person. a) Any right to compensation for losses liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of the Conditions and any exclusions provided by them shall be available to the seller and/or the auctioneer as appropriate.

Any indulgence extended to bidders, buyers or sellers by us notwithstanding the strict terms of the Conditions or of the Terms of Consignment shall affect the position at the relevant time only and in respect of that particular concession only; in all other respects these Conditions shall be construed as having full force and effect. English law applies to the interpretation of these Conditions. TERMS OF CONSIGNMENT FOR SELLERS 1. INTERPRETATION In these Terms the words ‘you’, ‘yours’, etc. refer to the Seller and if the consignment of goods to us is made by an agent we assume that the Seller has authorised the consignment and that the consignor has the Seller’s authority to contract. Similarly the words ‘we’, ‘us’ etc. refer to Kingham & Orme Auctioneers Ltd. 2. WARRANTY The Seller warrants that possession in the lots can be transferred to the Buyer with good and marketable title, free from any third party right and encumbrances, claims or potential claims. The Seller has provided all information concerning the items ownership, condition and provenance, attribution, authenticity, import or export history and of any concerns expressed by third parties concerning the same. 3. COMMISSION Commission is charged to sellers at a flat rate of 15% plus VAT on each lot. There is a lotting charge of £2.50 plus VAT per lot. 4. REMOVAL COSTS Items for sale must be consigned to the saleroom by and stated deadline and at your expense. We may be able to assist you with this process but any liability incurred to a carrier for haulage charges is solely your responsibility. 5. LOSS AND DAMAGE OF GOODS a) Loss and Damage Warranty – K & O is not authorised by the FSA to provide insurance to its clients and does not do so. However, K & O for its own protection, assumes liability for property consigned to it at the lower pre-sale estimate until the hammer falls. To justify accepting liability, K & O makes a charge of 1.5% of the hammer price plus VAT. The liability assumed by K & O shall be limited to the lower pre-sale estimate or the hammer price if the lot is sold. b) If the owner of the goods consigned instructs us in writing not to take such action, the goods then remain entirely at the owners risk unless and until the property in them passes to the Buyer or they are collected by or on behalf of the owner, and clause 5(a) is inapplicable. 6. ILLUSTRATIONS The cost of any illustrations is borne by you. If we consider that the lot should be illustrated your permission will be asked first. The copyright in respect of such illustrations shall be the property of us, the auctioneers, as is the text of the catalogue. 7. MINIMUM BIDS AND OUR DISCRETION Goods will normally be offered subject to a reserve agreed between us before the sale in accordance with clause 8. We may sell lots below the reserve provided if we can account to you for the same sale proceeds as you would have received had the reserve been the hammer price. If you specifically give us a “discretion” we may accept a bid of up to 10% below the formal reserve.

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8. RESERVES a) You are entitled to place prior to the auction a reserve on any lot consigned, being the minimum hammer price at which that lot may be sold. Reserves must be reasonable and we may decline to offer goods which in our opinion would be subject to unreasonably high reserves {in which case goods carry the storage (Condition 17) and loss damage warranty (Condition 5(a) charges as stipulated in these Terms of Consignment}. b) A reserve once set cannot be changed except with our consent. c) Where a reserve has been placed only we may bid on your behalf and only up to the reserve (if any) and you may in no circumstances bid personally. d) Reserves are not usually accepted for lots expected to realise below £50. 9. ELECTRICAL ITEMS These are subject to detailed statutory safety controls. Where such items are accepted for sale you accept responsibility for the cost of testing by external contractors. Goods not certified as safe by an electrician (unless antiques) will not be accepted for sale. They must be removed at your expense on your being notified. We reserve the right to dispose of unsafe goods as refuse, at your expense. 10. SOFT FURNISHINGS The sale of soft furnishings is strictly regulated by statute law in the interests of fire safety. Goods found to infringe safety regulations will not be offered and must be removed at your expense. We reserve the right to dispose of unsafe goods as refuse, at your expense.The rights of disposal referred to in clauses 9 and 10 are subject to the provisions of The Torts (Interference with Goods) Act 1977, Schedule 1, a copy of which is available for inspection upon request. 11. DESCRIPTIONS Please assist us with accurate information as to the provenance etc. of goods where this is relevant. There is strict liability for the accuracy of descriptions under modern consumer legislation and in some circumstances responsibility lies with sellers if inaccuracies occur. We will assume that you have approved the catalogue description of your lots unless informed to the contrary. Where we are obliged to return the price to the buyer when the lot is a deliberate forgery under Condition 4 of the Conditions of Sale and we have accounted to you for the proceeds of sale you agree to reimburse us the sale proceeds. 12. UNSOLD ITEMS If an item is unsold it may at our discretion be re-offered at a future sale. Where in our opinion an item is unsaleable you must collect such items from the saleroom promptly on being so informed. Otherwise, storage charges may be incurred. 13. WITHDRAWN AND BOUGHT IN ITEMS These are liable to incur charges on being bought in or withdrawn after being catalogued. 14. CONDITIONS OF SALE You agree that all goods will be sold subject to our Conditions of Sale. In particular you undertake that you have the right to sell the goods either as owner or agent for the owner. You undertake to compensate us and any buyer or third party for all losses, liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of this undertaking. 15. AUTHORITY TO DEDUCT COMMISSION AND EXPENSES AND RETAIN PREMIUM AND INTEREST You authorise us to deduct commission at the stated rate and all expenses incurred from your account from the hammer price and consent to our right to retain beneficially the premium paid by the buyer in accordance with our Conditions of Sale and any interest earned on the sale proceeds until the date of settlement. You authorise us at our discretion to negotiate a sale by private treaty not later than the close of business 48 hours after the day of sale in the case of lots unsold at auction, in which case the same charges will be payable as if such lots had been sold at auction and so far as appropriate these Terms apply. 17. STORAGE We disclaim all liability for goods delivered to our saleroom without sufficient sale instructions and reserve the right to make storage charges.

18. SETTLEMENT Subject to funds having cleared in our account we aim to pay you no later than four weeks following the sale. If the buyer has not paid for the goods no settlement will be made but we will take your instructions in the light of our Conditions of Sale. You authorise any sums owed by you to us on other transactions to be deducted from the sale proceeds. Please note the liability to reimburse the proceeds of sale to us as under the circumstances provided for in Condition 11 above and you should therefore bear this in mind before parting with the proceeds of sale. INFORMATION FOR BUYERS 1. INTRODUCTION The following notes are intended to assist buyers particularly those who may be inexperienced or new to our saleroom. All sales are conducted in accordance with our Conditions of Sale. Our staff will be happy to help you with anything you do not fully understand. 2. AGENCY As auctioneers we usually contract as agents for the seller whose identity, for reasons of confidentiality, is not normally disclosed. Accordingly, if you buy your primary contract is with the seller. 3. THE BUYER The highest bidder acknowledged as such by the auctioneer will be the buyer. If any dispute arises, the auctioneer has absolute discretion to settle the matter. The auctioneer rules the bidding and bids cannot be retracted. The auctioneer reserves the right to refuse any bid. The successful bidder, whether bidding for himself or for a third party, is entirely responsible for paying for the lots they have bought in accordance with K & O’s Conditions of Sale and Business. The auctioneer reserves the right to bid on behalf of the sellers for any lot and to withdraw, consolidate or divide any lot or lots. 4. REGISTRATION Unless registered already on a bidding platform, it is essential that all prospective buyers register with us, giving their full name, address, contact telephone number(s) and email address. First time buyers will be required to provide proof of identity (i.e. driving licence/passport), a valid debit or credit card and a copy of a utility bill confirming their name and address. Upon receipt of the above a paddle will be issued, which is only valid for the current sale. The paddle may be used to indicate your bids to the Auctioneer during the sale. If successful, the bidder must ensure that their number can be seen by the Auctioneer and that it is their number that is called out. Should there be any doubts as to price or buyer, please draw the Auctioneer’s attention to it immediately. 5. BUYER’S PREMIUM - COMMISSION CHARGES There is a buyer’s premium of 23 per cent plus VAT on the hammer price of each lot up to and including £200,000. The buyer’s premium is 18% plus VAT on the hammer price of each lot on the excess of £200,001 up to and including £1,000,000. The buyer’s premium is 15% plus VAT on the hammer price of each lot on the excess of £1,000,001. 6. VALUE ADDED TAX Lots on which the buyer may have to pay VAT on the ‘hammer price’ are indicated in the catalogue with the following symbol *. The buyer must pay this VAT at the rates that apply on the day of the auction in addition to the buyer’s premium and VAT thereon. 7. AUCTIONEERS MARGIN SCHEME This scheme allows auctioneers to sell items without VAT on the hammer price. The buyer then pays an amount equivalent to VAT. This amount cannot be refunded and is not shown separately on the invoice. 8. PAYMENT Buyers must pay in full before items can be removed from the premises (please see “payment methods” below). Invoices will be issued from the day of the sale. Buyers must pay their invoice in full within 24 hours and advise when they will be collecting their item(s). Any invoices which remain unpaid after seven days will incur interest at 5% above the base rate, charged from the date of the sale. If buyers are unknown to us, we cannot hand over purchases unless we have adequate references or payment is cleared.

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Payment Methods We accept payment by: Cash – up to £9,000 (subject to money laundering regulations). Cheques – bankers draft, cashiers cheque, personal cheques and travellers cheques are all accepted. Credit cards – Visa or Mastercard (American Express or Diners Club not accepted). Debit cards – Visa, Delta, Switch, Connect Please note that we are unable to accept any card payments where the cardholder is not present. Bank transfer to: HSBC Bank, Bridge St, Evesham WR11 4RU Account no.: 51655345 Account name: Kingham & Orme Auctioneers Ltd Sort code: 40-20-27 IBAN: GB91MIDL40202751655345 SWIFTBIC: MIDLGB22 Please note that a fee of £15 will be added for international bank payment. 9. LIVE INTERNET BIDDING Live online auctions are in conjunction with the-saleroom.com, invaluable.com and easyliveauction.com We ask that you register for the sale a minimum of 24 hours before the auction. When you have registered, you can watch the auction in real time; simply click the bid button to place a bid. If your bid is successful we will notify you after the sale for payment. Charges will be made for internet bidding dependent on the auction platform. See their terms and conditions for details. 10. TRANSFER OF RISK Each lot is the buyer’s sole responsibility from the fall of the hammer. 11. COMMISSION BIDS If instructed, K & O will execute bids and advise prospective buyers. This service is free. Buyers who cannot come to a sale may leave their bid with our staff after/during viewing, or make their bid in advance by telephone or email (enquiries@kinghamandormeauctioneers.com). Such bids are placed at the buyer’s own risk. Bids must be made at least one hour before the sale starts, but we advise buyers to make bids at the earliest possible opportunity. When making bids, buyers must provide: Their full name Address Email address Contact telephone numbers The number of the lot they wish to buy Their maximum bid amount – excluding commission which will be added to the invoice afterwards Buyers must state what their maximum bid would be. We cannot accept an instruction to ‘buy’ or unlimited bid.

14. STORAGE AND COLLECTION Please note all items after the auction will be removed to store. Arrangements for collection can be made with the office. 15. ELECTRICAL GOODS AND SOFT FURNISHINGS These are sold as ‘antiques’ only and if bought for use must be checked over for compliance with safety regulations. 16. EXPORT OF GOODS Buyers intending to export goods should check whether an export licence is required and whether there is any specific prohibition on importing goods of that character because e.g. they may contain prohibited materials such as ivory. Ask us if you need help. 17. PACKING AND DESPATCH We offer a packing and despatch service for smaller lots. We also use national and local carriers. Further details can be obtained from our office. 18. DROIT DE SUITE ROYALTY CHARGES A work of art by a living artist, or those who have died within the last 70 years, which costs more than the UK sterling equivalent of €1,000 will incur a royalty charge. We pass this payment onto the Design and Artists Copyright Society (DACS), and do not charge a handling fee. Buyers can calculate royalty charges on the DACS website. Items marked with the † symbol in the catalogue will potentially incur royalty payments. We use the euro to UK sterling exchange rate which applies on the day of the sale. It is the buyer’s responsibility to check the relevant exchange rate. The actual qualifying threshold is calculated by the Artist’s Resale Right Service Hub based on the European Central Bank reference rate published at 2.15pm on the day of the sale, and can be found on the DACS website. The royalty charge for pictures which achieve a hammer price of more than the UK sterling equivalent of €1,000, but less that the UK sterling equivalent of €50,000 is 4%. On works of art that achieve a hammer price of more than the UK sterling equivalent of €50,000 a sliding scale of royalty charges applies. For a complete list of the royalty charges and threshold levels please download more information from the DACS website. The royalty charge is added to invoices, and must be paid before purchases are removed. VAT is not paid on royalty charges. 19. CITES LICENSE - IMPORTANT NOTICE RELATING TO SPORTING AND NATURAL HISTORY Clients intending to import/export any item derived from natural history specimens into/from a non-European country should first check for any Import/Export and possession restrictions prior to bidding/selling. Certain species (λ) are also subject to CITES regulations when exporting/ importing these items out of the EU. CITES regulations are given on www.ukcites.gov.uk or maybe obtained from Animal Health, Wildlife Licensing and Registration Service, Zone 1/17, Temple Quay House, 2 The Square, Bristol BS1 6EB. Those species that are covered by the US Endangered Species Act (USESA) or The Migratory Bird Treaty Act (MBTA): potential US bidders should check with USF&W (US Fish and Wildlife Services) for trade/possession restrictions in the US prior to bidding.

We will ensure that lots are bought as cheaply as possible depending on the bids made and other reserves. If identical bids are placed, they will be dealt with on a “first come first served” basis. 12. TELEPHONE BIDS Lines for telephone bidding should be booked 24 hours before the auction. Lines are booked on a “first come first served basis.” Full name, address and telephone numbers will be required together with proof of identity and address. Bank and credit/debit card details are also necessary to secure the line. 13. DATA PROTECTION K & O will use information provided by its clients or obtained by K & O relating to its clients for the provision of auction services or as required by law. K & O may need to record telephone conversations for security or legal reasons or as necessary to provide a higher quality of service. Clients agree that K & O may use sensitive information that they supply to K & O. Unless permitted by law, K & O will not otherwise process sensitive personal data without express consent. By agreeing to the Conditions of Sale and Business, clients agree to the processing of their personal information.

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