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FINE & DECORATIVE ARTS Friday 24th and Saturday 25th July 2020


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

FRIDAY 24TH JULY SATURDAY 25TH JULY Viewing Wednesday 22nd July - 10.00am to 5.00pm Thursday 23rd July - 10.00am to 7.00pm Friday 24th July - 8.30am to 10.00am Saturday 25th July - 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.

Live Internet Bidding Register online via the saleroom.com, invaluable.com and easyliveauctions.com. Various charges apply, please check with your bidding platform.

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 and Plate

1 – 207

Jewellery and Watches

208 – 282

Militaria and Coins

283 – 306

Works of Art and Metal

307 – 398

Glass

399 – 453

DAY 2 Oriental Ceramics and Works of Art

454 – 479

Books

480 – 485

Pictures

486 – 522

Furniture and Clocks

523 – 537

Continental Ceramics

538 – 550

Moorcroft

551 – 720

Art Pottery

721 – 783

British Ceramics

784 – 910


DAY ONE


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SILVER AND PLATE 1. A Ukranian silver Kiddush cup, Kiev cicra 1890, bulbous form on baluster stem and stepped foot, engraved with alternating architectural and foliate cartouches, 13cm high, 3.05ozt £100 - £150 2. An Iraqi silver model of a horse, realistically modelled with one leg up, 12cm long, 5.80ozt £100 - £150 3. A Persian white metal sprinkler bottle, 19th century Kutch, footed spherical form with knopped and tapered neck, and floral nozzle, embossed and etched with foliate scrolls and rosettes, 26cm high, 6.31ozt £60 - £100 4. A Chinese export silver tray, Zeewo, Shanghai circa 1930, circular planished form with bamboo moulded rim, on three hemispherical feet, 38cm diameter, 43.56ozt £900 - £1200

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5. A 19th century Chinese export silver vinaigrette, circa 1884, cast and chased in relief with Oriental figures in garden landscapes to each side, within foliate borders, the grille pierced with lotus flower, 3.2cm long, 0.90ozt £500 - £800

9. A monumental Japanese silver bowl, Meiji, circa 1880, squat ovoid form with conical foot an everted ogee rim, the outer shell heavily embossed in high relief with naturalistic irises in a watery landscape of plank walkway and gates, double walled, signed, 41cm diameter, 24cm high, 202.55ozt £2000 - £3000

6. A Chinese export silver rosewater sprinkler, MK, Canton circa 1890, the spherical body on a knopped cylindrical foot, embossed and chased with peonies, below a slender blade knopped tapering neck engraved with foliate lappets, surmounted by a bird, wings spread, standing on a flower head, 38cm high, 10.92ozt £350 - £400 7. A matched set of four Chinese export silver napkin rings, Wank Hing, Hong Kong circa 1900, each with applied character marks to the outside, 5.63ozt (4) £140 - £180 8. A large Japanese silver box, Meiji, circa 1900, cushion topped cuboid form, etched and engraved with naturalistic bamboo on a textured ground, gilded to the interior, stamped marks USF, Sterling, 23cm wide, 8cm high, 15cm deep, 33.02ozt £900 - £1200

10. A pair of Portuguese silver beakers, Joaquim Prudêncio Vital Dinis, Lisbon circa 1812-52, plain cylindrical form, gilt interiors, 8.5cm high, 10.70ozt (2) £400 - £500 11. A 19th century Portuguese silver goblet, Lisbon circa 1840, the rounded bowl embossed and chased with foliated C scroll and floral decoration, on a sweeping foot, gilded to the interior, 14cm high, 6.96ozt £200 - £300 12. A Dutch silver snuff box, 1900, rectangular section bombe form, embossed in relief with a hunting scene to the sides, the lid with a farm view within C and S scroll border, the base with allegorical mother and child scene, gilt interior, 8cm long, 6cm wide, 2.76ozt £150 - £200 13. A set of Dutch silver fish eaters, 1915, single cast knives and forks, with dog nose terminals, and poppy head four tine bowls, 21cm long, 16.53ozt (12) £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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14. A 19th century Dutch silver tea caddy, import marks Samuel Boyce Landeck, Sheffield 1899, rounded lozenge section, embossed in low relief with putti working in a country house garden, between Rococo foliate scroll borders, 9cm high, 3.20ozt £30 - £50 15. A Dutch silver tea caddy, cuboid form with hinged lid, embossed with rural scenes and putti, within foliate scroll and shell borders, gilded to the interior, 8.5cm wide, 9.5cm high, 5.5cm deep, 4.83ozt £100 - £150

19. A Viennese silver gilt and enamelled small ewer, pedestal moonflask form, decorated to each side with 18th century courting scenes, on red ground with gilt trellis and scroll decoration, marked to foot, 11cm high, 2.68ozt £400 - £500 20. 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 £1000 - £1200 21. An 18th century German silver beaker, rounded cylindrical tumbler form with incised concentric bands to the rim, gilt interior, 4.5cm high, 1.91ozt £400 - £500 22. An 18th century German silver beaker, Wertheim, rounded conical tumbler form with incised concentric bands to the rim, gilt interior, 5cm high, 2.34ozt £400 - £500 23. An early 19th century Biedermeier German silver gilt tea caddy or sugar box, Johann Ludwig Gerike, Berlin circa 1815, chamfered cuboid form, applied with relief cast motifs of putti between acanthus lappets, on four lions paw feet, the lockable lid with Venus reclining, 15cm wide, 8cm high 11cm deep, 14.23ozt £400 - £500 24. A matched pair of German silver novelty swan pin cushions or salts, Martin Mayer, circa 1900, realistically modelled, stamped marks 925 and 800, 6cm long, 0.98ozt (2) £70 - £100

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25. A Continental silver and glass swan bowl, E Ltd., London import marks 1981, cut glass body and pierced embossed wings, hinged, 10.5cm high £70 - £100

16. I E Morozov, an Imperial Russian silver tea accoutrement set, PJS, St Petersburg circa 1900, including tongs, caddy spoon, strainer and fork, matte finish, multi faceted and wrythen reeded stems with lobed mushroom finials, in fitted velvet lined wooden box, 5.29ozt (4) £500 - £800

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17 17. An Imperial Russian silver purse, Moscow circa 1910, engraved cheque decoration, silk lined, 7cm long, 2.00ozt £40 - £70 18. An Imperial Russian silver gilt dish, IW, St Petersburg 1853, lobed ogee section with oval centre, the centre engraved with a floral bouquet within panels of foliate tendrils, bordered in scrolls, 28cm long, 13.23ozt £350 - £400

26. A Louis XV silver and mother of pearl snuff box, discharge mark Paris circa 1750, modelled as a chest of four drawers, the side and base panels carved with Rococo foliate cartouches on a geometric chain scroll ground, the lid with a depiction of Bruegel’s painting The Merchant [Pedlar] Robbed by Monkeys, 1562, signed to the reverse G A Forsman frecit, 6cm wide, 3cm high, 5cm deep £400 - £600 27. A French silver gilt mounted porcelain scent bottle, JG mark, cylindrical form, painted with a maiden with birds and flowers, in a silvered ground, 5.5cm long £300 - £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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33. Tiffany and Co., a silver and enamelled box, circa 1950, the burgee flags of the New York Yacht Club and Cornelis Shields, above the yacht name Aileen, cylindrical form with cushion domed lid, gilt interior, 7cm diameter, 4.11ozt £300 - £400 28 28. A Gallia silver plated tray, Christofle, Paris circa 1900, rectangular twin handled form, cast with laurel festoons, husks and ribbon entwined interlocking borders, stamped marks 5024, retailer H Decugis, 45cm long, 19cm wide £30 - £50

34. Tiffany and Co., after James Scott of Dublin 1797, a revivalist silver beaker, circa 1915, rounded form with everted rim, stamped marks, Reproduction Original by James Scott, 9.5cm high, 5.85ozt £300 - £400 35. An American silver tea caddy, Towle, Newburyport, MA, circa 1930, footed shouldered beaker form with domed lid, in the Neoclassical style, marked sterling 7462, 12.5cm high, 5.60ozt £200 - £300 36. A George III provincial silver beaker, George Ashforth and Co., Sheffield 1794, conical form, with gilt interior, 8.5cm high, 3.62ozt £30 - £50

40 40. A George III Scottish Provincial silver mustard spoon, Alexander Cameron, Dundee circa 1818, Fiddle Pattern, gilt bowl, 12.5cm long, 0.46ozt £20 - £40 41. A collection of George III and later English Provincial silver condiment spoons, Exeter makers and dates 1812 to 1875, including Kings Pattern, Fiddle and Bright Cut, mustard and salt, 13.5cm long, 3.40ozt (7) £30 - £50

29 29. Hermes, a French silver box, Paris circa 1960, relief moulded engine turned rattan weave design, invisible hinge and seam, with gold button and sprung lid, signed, 9cm x 5cm x 1.5cm, 3.47ozt £200 - £300 30. A Swiss silver and enamelled cigarette case, Achef, circa 1930, plain hip fitting cushioned square form with oval vignette of courting couple in guilloche and painted enamel, gilt interior, 8.5cm, 6.61ozt £400 - £450

31 31. An Italian cold painted silver model of a red crested pochard duck, R Miracoli, Milan circa 1980, realistically modelled and coloured, incised name Fistione Turco (Netta Rufina), 11cm long, 3.64ozt £300 - £350 32. After Paul Revere, an American Revivalist silver bowl, Marcus and Co., New York circa 1920, planished and footed, ‘copied form Revere’, 15cm diameter, 9.84ozt £200 - £300

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37. A George III Irish silver coaster or gaming counter tray, William Bond, Dublin 1789, plain form with reeded rim, 9cm diameter, 1.45ozt £120 - £180

42. A Gibraltarian Colonial silver teaspoon, Francesco Ramayon, Gibraltar circa 1830, Fiddle Pattern, 14cm long, 0.52ozt £30 - £50

38. A pair of George III English Provincial silver salt spoons, Jason Holt of Plymouth or Joseph Hicks, Exeter circa 1784, Old English pattern with oval bowl, 10cm long, 0.56ozt (2) £20 - £40

43. A George III Provincial silver ladle, David Crawford, Newcastle 1779, Old English Pattern, 36.5cm long, 4.43ozt £200 - £300

39. William IV and later Scottish silver condiment spoons, William Forrest, Edinburgh 1829, Peter Arthur, Glasgow 1831 and D C Rait, Glasgow 1868, including Old English Beaded, Fiddle and Shell and Half struck Kings Patterns, 12.5cm long, 2.48ozt (5) £20 - £40

44. George III and later silver spoons, various dates and makers, London 1812, Exeter etc., Fiddle pattern teaspoons and salt spoons, 4.40ozt £30 - £50 45. A George III Irish silver ladle, John Power, Dublin 1806, Fiddle Pattern, 34cm long, 6.81ozt £250 - £300 46. A matched set of six George III and later silver tablespoons, various dates and makers, 1807 to 1833, Old English Pattern, 22.5cm long, 11.78ozt (6) £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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63. A George III silver fish slice, William Eley and William Fearn, London 1803, Old English pattern, the lozenge shaped blade with reticulated lattice, 28.5cm long, 3.91ozt £80 - £120

47. A set of six early Victorian silver dessert spoons, Charles Lias, London 1844, Old English Pattern, 17.5cm long, 7.40ozt (6) £40 - £70 48. Two pairs of George V and Elizabeth II silver egg spoons, William Hutton, Sheffield 1926 and James Dixon and Sons, Sheffield 1974, Kings Pattern, 12.5cm long, 3.94ozt (4) £30 - £50 49. Four George IV silver salt spoons, William Eaton and William Fearn, London 1822, William Chawner, London 1829, Adey Bellamy Savory, London 1829, and London 1825, including Kings, Queen’s Rosette, Kings Husk and Fiddle, Thread and Husk Heel patterns, 12cm long, 3.86ozt (4) £30 - £50 50. A matched set of ten George III and later silver egg spoon, various London makers and dates 1816 to circa 1883, Fiddle and Thread pattern, 12.5cm long, 7.46ozt (10) £50 - £80 51. Victorian silver condiment and egg spoons, various maker and dates, London 1840 to 1867, Victoria, Albert and Lily patterns, including salt and mustard spoons, 13.5cm long, 3.60ozt (5) £30 - £50

64. A collection of George IV and later silver flatware, various makers and dates, including Old English pattern teaspoons, Fiddle pattern table forks, Queen’s pattern spoon etc., 17.00ozt £100 - £150 54 54. Four matched George III silver salt spoons, Josiah and George Piercy, London 1815 and 1817 and Thomas Wilkes Barker, London 1820, Kings Hourglass pattern, with gilded bowl, including a pair, 11.5cm long, 3.46ozt (4) £40 - £60 55. A collection of George III and later silver teaspoons, including a set of six Victorian Onslow pattern spoons, Josiah Williams and Co., London 1885, feathered bowls, together with Fiddle Pattern, Old English etc. 14.5cm long, 8.40ozt £50 - £80 56. A pair of George IV silver serving spoons, John Meek London 1827, fiddle pattern, 22cm long, 3.88ozt (2) £40 - £60 57. Two George III silver table spoons converted to berry spoons, Solomon Hougham, London 1808 and Christopher and Thomas Wilkes Barker, London 1800, embossed and gilded bowls, engraved handles, 21.5cm long, 4.06ozt (2) £80 - £120

52 52. Four pairs of George III and Victorian silver egg spoons, George Smith II, London 1796, John Williams, Exeter 1882, Samuel Hayne and Dudley Cater, London 1845 and Henry Wigfall, Sheffield 1879, including Old English, Old English Beaded, Fiddle Thread and Shell and Louis XV patterns, 13cm long, 4.69ozt (8) £30 - £50 53. A matched set of seven George III and later silver salt spoons, various makers including William Eley and William Fearn, London dates 1806 to 1846, Fiddle and Thread pattern, two pairs, the three by Eley and Farn engraved with Royal arms or crests within Garters, 11.5cm long, 4.85ozt (7) £40 - £70

58. A set of twelve George V silver coffee spoons, William Suckling Ltd., Birmingham 1936, shouldered oval bowls on slender stems, 9.5cm long, 2.53ozt (12) £60 - £80

65. A pair of George III silver tablespoons, converted to berry spoons, circa 1760, the bowls embossed with fruit, etched to the stems with vines, 20.5cm long, 4.27ozt (2) £40 - £70 66. A George III silver meat skewer, Richard Crossley, London 1793, plain form with simple ring terminal, 25.5cm long, 2.15ozt £80 - £120 67. A pair of George V silver vases, Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1921, footed ogee square section fluted trumpet form with serpentine rims, together with an Art Deco style caster, weighted, 18cm high (3) £80 - £120 68. A large Victorian silver plated tray, James Dixon and Sons, oval galleried form with reticulated quatrefoil trellis border and twin handles, on six winged lions paw bracket feet, the centre etched and bright cut with Neoclassical interlocking garlands, 70.5cm long £80 - £120 69. A Victorian silver plated biscuit box, Henry Hobson and Son, Sheffield, Neoclassical cuboid form, engraved with floral garland swags suspended from ribbon bows and festoons, the integrated shallow tray with egg and dart border on four ball and claw feet, 18cm high, 17cm wide, 15cm deep £80 - £120

59. A George III silver ladle, George Smith III, London 1783, Old English Beaded pattern, 34cm long, 4.98ozt £150 - £200 60. A William IV silver ladle, William Theobalds, London 1832, double struck Fiddle and Shell pattern, 32m long, 9.45ozt £200 - £300 61. A George III silver ladle, Duncan Urquhart and Naphtali Hart, London 1792, Old English with shell moulded bowl, 34.5cm long, 5.58ozt £200 - £250 62. A George III silver ladle, Hester Bateman, London 1787, Old English pattern, 34.5cm long, 4.48ozt £250 - £300

70 70. An Elizabeth II silver gilt and plastic toilet bottle, Asprey and Co., London 1954, the fluted cuboid container encased within a gilded cage with reticulated cast foliate corners and a screw cap, 10cm high, 6.5cm wide, 4cm deep, original box £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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71. An Edwardian silver easel back mirror, Henry Matthews, Chester 1905, embossed and reticulated foliate scroll design on a red velvet backing, central vacant cartouche, 52cm x 34cm £100 - £150

78. A George V silver cigarette case, Joseph Gloster Ltd., Birmingham 1923, rectangular hip form, with engine turned stripe design, 9cm long, 3.93ozt £30 - £50 79. A Victorian silver salt cellar, Henry Holland, London 1877, squat cauldron form, embossed with floral and foliate garlands, gadrooned rim, on three lions paw feet, together with a George III silver and mother of pearl butter knife and a Victorian silver spoon, 7cm diameter (3) £30 - £50

83. A Victorian silver plated and cut glass claret jug, the tapered body with bands of engraved floral and foliate stems between hobnail and octagonal mitre cut cheque panels, bright cut mount with cast grape vine and acanthus scroll handle, 30.5cm high £50 - £100

72 72. An Elizabeth II novelty silver milk jug, Peter Nicholas and Co., London 1989, churn form with pulled lip and a cast figure of a cat peering over the edge forming the handle, 8.5cm high, 4.43ozt £40 - £60 73. A George V silver photo frame, Mappin and Webb, London 1916, oval form, engine turned barley design, wooden easel back, opening 13.5cm x 10cm, overall 15.5cm x 12cm £30 - £50 74. A Victorian silver jug, William Hutton, London 1884, oval barrel form, half fluted below band of embossed foliate scrolls and bright cut rim, gilt interior, 7.5cm high, 2.35ozt £30 - £50

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80 80. A pair of 18th century gilt stork and baby ribbon threaders, modelled as a bird on a tortoise, scissor action, opening to reveal a swaddled child, 10cm high, 1.42ozt £150 - £200

84. A Victorian silver and cut glass Betjemann’s patent spirit decanter, George Betjemann and Sons, London 1897, the square section hobnail cut flask within a lockable cage with angled ear handle, 25.5cm high £150 - £250

81. A Victorian silver hip flask, Henry Adams, Birmingham 1864, shaped oval form, screw cap and integrated gilt lined beaker, 10cm long, 3.29ozt £350 - £400

75. A Victorian silver water jug, James Dixon and Sons, Sheffield 1891, oval barrel form, two thirds reeded, below a foliate scroll embossed band, ebony handle and finial, 20.5cm high, 13.39ozt £80 - £120 76. A Victorian silver photo frame, Deakin and Francis, Birmingham 1898, rectangular form, reticulated and embossed C scroll and floral design, Moroccan leather backing and easel support, opening 13.8cm x 10cm, overall 18cm x 13cm £40 - £60 77. A Victorian white metal child’s whistle rattle, embossed with foliate scrolls and five bells, 7cm long, 0.94ozt £40 - £70

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82 82. A Victorian silver mounted claret jug, Thomas White, Birmingham 1899, the body moulded in the form of a stylised duck or club head, raised lattice decoration, with ring and cork stopper, 18cm high £100 - £150

85. A Victorian silver mounted etched glass claret jug, Robert Hennell, London 1858, the moonflask body with vine leaves and grapes, the pierced collar with ogee vignettes, engraved and relief moulded foliated and bead drops, 22cm high £100 - £150

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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91. An early Victorian silver castle top card case, Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1838, reticulated and embossed in low relief with a castle to each side, Windsor and Warwick, between pierced foliate scrolls, 10cm x 7cm, 2.60ozt £700 - £900

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86. An early Victorian silver wine label for Malaga Seco, William Knight II, London 1845, of scrolled cartouche form, embossed in relief with foliate swags and shells, engraved, suspended on a rolo chain, 6cm wide, 4cm high, 0.52ozt £80 - £120 87. A set of six Victorian silver gilt figural bottle stoppers, AP, London 1898, modelled as Cries of London characters, 9.5cm long, in later fitted case (6) £600 - £700 88. A George III silver wine funnel, Samuel Whitford, London 1807, plain tapered form with ribs to the neck, the strainer with cast shell thumbpiece, 17.5cm long, 6.10ozt £500 - £600 89. A George III silver vinaigrette, Matthew Linwood, Birmingham 1810, rectangular form with bright cut and chased decoration, the central wreath within a speckled sunray ground and bead border, the gilded grille of reticulated filigree design, the reverse with central rosette cartouche, 4.2cm x 3.2cm, 0.88ozt £220 - £280

95. A George V silver and enamelled vesta case, Horace Woodward and Co., Birmingham 1916, slimline cushioned rectangular form with black and white portrait plaque, 5.5cm wide, 1.45ozt £250 - £300

92 92. An early Victorian silver castle top spectacles case, Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1846, embossed in low relief with a castle to each side, Windsor and Warwick, between chased foliate scrolls, 12cm x 6cm, 2.03ozt £700 - £900 93. An early Victorian silver castle top and ivory page turner, Taylor and Perry, Birmingham 1842, engraved with a view of York Minster, within a scrolling foliate cartouche, embossed acanthus terminals, 25cm long £300 - £400

90. An early Victorian silver castle top basket, Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1845, embossed in high relief with an image of Windsor Castle, within chased foliate scroll and floral ground, swing handle, 14cm diameter, 2.39ozt £500 - £800

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94 94. An early Victorian silver gilt and coral fork, William Fountain, London 1839, the nautical trident tines emanating from a cast and chased seaweed mount on natural coral handle, 15.5cm long £200 - £300

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96. A George V silver double sovereign case, Aaron Lufkin Dennison, Birmingham 1912, plain cushioned form, 6cm long, 1.17ozt £150 - £200

97. A Victorian silver and enamelled vesta case, Sampson Mordan, London 1886, cuboid form, the face with motto in champleve enamel ‘In me a [match] you’ll always find’, 4.2cm long, 0.69ozt £300 - £400 98. A pair of George V silver photo frames, Mappin and Webb, London 1920, rectangular form, engine turned, with wooden easel backs, opening 15.5cm x 8.5cm, overall 18cm x 11cm (2) £50 - £100 99. A George V silver photo frame, Mappin and Webb, London 1920, rectangular form, engine turned pin stripe design, leather back, opening 17.5cm x 11.5cm, overall 21cm x 15cm £50 - £80

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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100 100. A set of four William IV silver salt cellars, Edward, Edward junior, John and William Barnard, London 1836, pedestal squat campana form with embossed and chased overhanging foliate rim, naturalistically modelled as leaves and flowers, the foot similarly decorated with textured lappets and reeded flutes, gilded to the interior, 12cm diameter, 22.37ozt (4) £800 - £1200

104 103. A collection of twelve Victorian and later silver napkin rings, various dates and makers, plain and engine turned designs, circular, rectangular and oval forms, 10.25ozt (12) £70 - £100

110. A matched Victorian and Edwardian silver three piece tea set, J Sherwood and Sons, Birmingham 1900 and 1905, lobed and reeded lappet form, 19cm long, 13.75ozt £250 - £300

104. A George III silver jug, Thomas Heming, London 1765, footed baluster form, reeded rim and ogee domed hinged lid, with rattan handle, 28cm high, 22.1ozt £600 - £700

111. A George II silver mug, Gabriel Sleath, London 1730, cylindrical baluster form, on stepped foot, with ear handle, 9.5m high, 6.68ozt £500 - £600

105. A Victorian silver tankard, Charles Stuart Harris, London 1895, footed baluster form with acanthus ear handle, 14cm high, 10.66ozt £180 - £220 106. An Edwardian silver tankard, Adie Brothers, Birmingham 1902, octagonal faceted barrel form, with angled ear handle, 11.5cm high, 11.19ozt £300 - £400

101 101. A Victorian silver gilt basket, F B Thomas and Co., London 1879, Neoclassical reticulated rounded oval form on four helix and hoof legs, relief moulded with laurel swags, acanthus lappets and rams head masks, 16cm wide, 12.5cm high, 11.71ozt £280 - £350 102. An Elizabeth II silver Armada dish, William Comyns, London 1989, engraved with presentation inscription Anglia News Chase Towcester, 15cm diameter, 5.54ozt £30 - £50

107. A large George V silver cigar box, Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company, London 1918, plain cushion topped cuboid form, cedar lined interior with gilt lid, 23cm wide, 10cm high, 15.5cm deep £750 - £850 108. A Victorian silver cigar case, John Harris, London 1855, plain rectangular cushion form, gilt interior, with the crest of Milnes Gaskell, 12.5cm long, 5.96ozt £240 - £280 109. A Victorian silver coffee pot, William Ker Reid, London 1853, octagonal section baluster form, engraved to each panel with foliate scroll cartouches, alternating with falconers, 26.5cm high, 28.36ozt £550 - £600

112. A George III silver six division toast rack, Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard, London 1820, the double tear wirework dividers with central foliate ring, the gadrooned border on shell and foliate bracket feet, 16.5cm long, 8.42ozt £250 - £300 113. Three silver topped glass jars, including an Edwardian silver topped cut glass pot, Adie & Lovekin Ltd., London 1902, embossed foliate scrolls to the lid, and two German 950 silver lids, plain domed with cork lid seals, 7cm diameter (3) £30 - £50 114. A George III silver jug, George Smith and Thomas Hayter, London 1794, pedestal ogee urn form, on square foot, with rat tail handle, 15cm high, 3.09ozt £120 - £150 115. A Victorian silver vesta case, William Summers, London 1877, cushioned oval section rectangular form, with fluted bands, push button action and cast gold monogram, 6cm long, 1.04ozt £80 - £120

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116. An Elizabeth II silver handled walking stick, W I Broadway and Co., London 1985, the crook end relief moulded as a fox eating a pheasant, mounted on a hickory shaft, 87cm long £40 - £60

123. A Victorian silver bell, Holland, Aldwinckle and Slater, London 1901, the ogee bowl on a naturalistic vine and lead open handle, 11.5cm high, 5.35ozt £300 - £400

129. A Victorian silver and cut glass mustard pot, James Barclay Hennell, London 1877, the facet cut shouldered body with basket weave moulded lid, 9cm high £30 - £50

117. An Edwardian silver teapot, Walker and Hall 1903, footed spherical form, with wavy rim and conical spout, stamped date mark only, 22.5cm long, 8.70ozt £50 - £80

124. 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) £40 - £60

130. A Victorian silver and glass mustard pot, Hukin and Heath, London 1887, cylindrical form, wrythen fluted body and flat top lid with shell thumbpiece, 5.5cm high £30 - £50

118. An Elizabeth II silver pin dish, Carrs of Sheffield, Sheffield circa 2000, Armada form, 12.5cm diameter, 3.27ozt £20 - £40 119. A pair of Victorian silver salt cellars, Nathan and Hayes, Chester 1897, twin handled boat form, embossed with floral and C scroll decoration, 9.5cm long, 1.85ozt (2) £30 - £50

125. A Victorian silver reticulated mustard pot, John Evans II, London 1855, cylindrical form, pierced with foliate scroll decoration, S scroll handle, blue glass liner, 6.5cm high, 2.73ozt £120 - £180

132. An Edwardian silver bridge box, Stuart Clifford and Co., London 1910, plain cuboid form with domed lid and applied lettering Bridge, lined with Moroccan leather to the interior, 19.5cm long, 5cm high, 8cm deep £40 - £70

120. A Victorian silver squeeze action tobacco box, William Summers, London 1892, oval pebble form, gilt interior, 9.5cm long, 2.87ozt £150 - £200 121. An Edwardian silver novelty pin cushion, Spurrier and Co., Birmingham 1905, in the form of a pig, 8.5cm long £150 - £200 122. Jenner and Knewstub, a Victorian silver and enamelled etui, Henry William Dee, London 1868, in the form of an egg, screw form with red guilloche and blue enamel stripes and motto tria juncta in uno, containing a gilt double spool and a thimble, 5.5cm long, 1.76ozt £120 - £180

131. An Edwardian silver multifunctional compact card case, William Neale, Chester 1908, cushioned rectangular form, opening to reveal a gilded interior, one side with two hinged compartments, the other with hinged mirror opening to reveal an aide memoire and card holder, 8.5cm x 6.5cm, 6.90ozt £250 - £300

126 126. A Victorian silver novelty mustard pot, John Batson, London 1880, in the form of a pig, hinged back and gilt interior, 8cm long, 3.15ozt £800 - £900

133. An Edwardian silver rose bowl, Charles Stuart Harris, London 1902, footed hemispherical form with incised horn scrolls, and denticulated c scroll and putto head rim, on gadrooned foot, 20.5cm diameter, 20.60ozt £150 - £250 134. A Victorian silver salver, Joseph and Albert Savory, London 1851, circular form, cast with foliate scroll ogee border, etched with a floral and foliate wreath and inscription, on three cast shell bracket feet, 26cm diameter, 19.75ozt £150 - £250

127 127. A white metal mustard pot, 19th century, reticulated cylindrical form with panels of foliate scrolls, the flat top with shell thumb piece, S scroll handle, blue glass liner, 7cm high £20 - £30 128. Two Victorian silver and cut glass mustard pots, Edward Barnard and Sons, London 1845 and Samuel Hayne and Dudley Cater, London 1859, one with chased foliate decoration to the ogee domed lid, 13cm high (2) £30 - £50 123

135 135. A George II Old Sheffield Plate tankard, circa 1755, conical form with ribbed bands and S scroll handle, with baluster bracket thumbpiece and teardrop terminal, turned wooden base, 16cm high £40 - £60

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138. A Charles II silver porringer, Abraham Hinde, London 1676, cup form, with cast S scroll handles, the body repousse decorated with acanthus lappets to the base, 19.5cm wide, 8.68ozt £2000 - £2500 139. A George II silver bowl, Humphrey Payne, London 1728, footed, rounded form, later embossed with wrythen fluting and chased floral scrolls, gilt interior, 11.5cm diameter, 6.81ozt £400 - £500 140. A pair of George III silver salvers, Thomas Chawner, London 1784, navette form, with beaded borders, on beaded bracket feet, engraved crests within laurel wreath cartouches, 20.5cm long, 19.72ozt (2) £800 - £1200 136 136. A George I silver teapot, Timothy Ley, London 1726, spherical pear form, footed, with conical spout, fruitwood handle, 22cm long, 12.57ozt £2500 - £2600

141 141. A pair of George II cast silver candlesticks, John Cafe, London 1750, ogee moulded and stepped petal form, on turned baluster and lobe knopped stems, with removable sconces, 20cm high, 31.14ozt (2) £2000 - £2500

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142. An 18th century silver snuff box, WH makers mark only, the rectangular lid embossed with Dido and Aeneas, within a foliate scroll border, on a cornice form body, 7cm long, 5,5cm deep, 2.35ozt £250 - £300

137. A Queen Anne silver chalice, James Goodwin, London circa 1710, the conical bowl on a ball knopped stem and stepped foot, makers mark only, 10cm high, 3.45ozt £1200 - £1500

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143. A Queen Anne silver beaker, Seth Lofthouse, London 1705, wide conical form with everted rim,10cm high, 10cm diameter, 6.10ozt £1500 - £1800

149. A pair of George III silver sauce tureens, Abraham Peterson, London 1800, Neoclassical twin handled pedestal boat form, on oval feet, rat tail loop handles, and urn finials, 24cm long, 36.20ozt (2) £1400 - £1500

144. A George IV silver mug, William Knight II, London 1829, conical form with bands of reeding, angled ear handle, 8cm high, 4.30 £180 - £220 145. A collection of George III and later silver, including table spoon, cigar box silver handled knives, napkin rings, etc. £30 - £50 146. A George VI silver topped glass box, Padgett and Braham Ltd, London 1939, engine turned with foliate borders, gilt interior, the glass cut and engraved with floral boughs, 11.5cm wide, 5cm high, 9cm deep, silver weight 3.65ozt £80 - £120 147. An Elizabeth II silver photo frame, Mappin and Webb, Sheffield 2006, plain rectangular form, easel back, in box, opening 25cm x 19.5cm, overall 29.5cm x 24.5cm £120 - £180

150 150. A George V commemorative silver ship model, William Comyns, London 1927, realistically modelled as an Elizabethan galleon in full sale, with three decks of canon, rigging and figures, on wooden plinth with presentation plaque for the SS San Claudio from the Eagle Oil Transport Co. Ltd., 54cm long, 49cm high £3000 - £5000

148 148. An Elizabeth II silver Hanukiah, Alexander Smith, Birmingham 1956, traditional eight branch form, on square base and octagonal section bowed stem, surmounted by a star, with a removable 9th light branch, 26.5cm high, 9.63ozt £300 - £400

151 151. A large Victorian silver salver tray, Hunt and Roskell, late Storr, Mortimer and Hunt, London 1850, circular ogee rimmed with shallow reticulated gallery entwined with cast foliate vine, the plate engraved with a foliated scroll wreath, on four pierced C scroll bracket feet, 47cm diameter, 93.23ozt £3000 - £4000 149

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152. A Victorian silver goblet, Fenton Brothers, Sheffield 1878, the tulip bowl on a beaded knop stem, engraved with ferns, vacant cartouches, 15cm high, 4.16ozt £180 - £220

163. An Edwardian silver inkstand, Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company, London 1904, the central fluted glass bottle with flat oval hinged lid, within a denticulated oval tray with lobed scroll handles on squat bun feet, 19cm long, 5.27ozt £150 - £250

153. A Victorian silver christening set, Edward and John Barnard, London 1866, including goblet, knife, fork and spoon, each etched and engraved with husk and foliate cartouches and bands, in a velvet lined fitted box, 7.07ozt £500 - £600

164. A Victorian novelty silver tea caddy, Stevenson and Law, Sheffield 1899, in the form of a bowling pin, inscribed for the Leek Central Liberal Club, 20.5cm high, 8.90ozt £500 - £600

154. A pair of Edwardian silver candlesticks, James Dixon and Sons, Sheffield 1904, octagonal section Tuscan column form, on square stepped and fluted bases, 14cm high, weighted (2) £250 - £300

165. A pair of George III silver sauce boats, Charles Hougham, London 1786, ogee ovoid tongue form, on three stepped hoof and foliate fluted feet, open acanthus S scroll handles, 17cm long, 12.19ozt (2) £600 - £700

155. A very large George V silver mounted glass match striker, Birmingham circa 1927, spherical form, ribbed, 13cm diameter £150 - £180 156. A pair a of Victorian silver reticulated baskets, Charles Stuart Harris, London 1893, serpentine edged boat form, pierced with diaper lattice and embossed laurel garlands below a beaded rim, the base with alternating C scrolls, on four shell cast bracket feet, 15cm long, 11.44ozt (2) £420 - £480 157. A Victorian silver novelty cruet, George Fox, London 1877, the mustard and pepper pots in the form of barrels, in a George II style stand with S scroll handle, 10cm long, 6.32ozt £180 - £220

160 160. A George V novelty silver cigar table lighter, Grey and Co., Chester 1923, modelled as a hunting horn, 20.5cm high, 3.73ozt £140 - £180 161. A pair of Victorian Hanau silver interlocking beakers, import marks for Sheffield 1896, the rounded bowls on cylindrical bases, embossed and chased with ribboned festoons of fruit, the stems etched and edged in egg and dart borders, inscribed, 17cm high combined, 6.93ozt (2) £300 - £400

166 166. A silver gilt glass lined cream pail, in the 18th century style, apparently unmarked, flared basket form, open wire construction with cast foliate and floral boughs, below a gadrooned rim, the twisted swing handle with crest to the underside, 11.5cm high to handle, 2.55ozt £150 - £200

158. A Victorian silver christening set, Aaron Hadfield, Sheffield 1848, including plate, spoon, fork and knife, each etched with foliate scrolls and a central wreath of flowers to the plate, in fitted case, 7.79ozt (4) £250 - £300

162 162. A George III silver tea caddy, Henry Chawner, London 1797, straight sided lobed or reeded oval form, bright cut decorated with floral swags below foliate and garland lappet border, the stepped and ogee domed lid with urn finial, 17cm high, 16.20ozt £1000 - £1200

159 159. A George III silver mug, Joseph Steward, London 1793, footed baluster form, later embossed with C scrolls and floral garlands, 11cm high, 4.65ozt £220 - £250

167 167. A Victorian silver and enamelled bookmark or letter clip, John Millward Banks, London 1897, the terminal with a red heart, 11.5cm long, 1.17ozt £230 - £260

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168. A pair of George VI silver menu holders, Vander and Hedges, London 1937, cast in the form of pheasants on foliated branches, 7.5cm high, 4.08ozt (2) £600 - £700 169. A Victorian silver tea caddy, Horace Woodward and Co., London 1891, footed spherical form with domed lid, heavily embossed and chased with foliate scroll decoration, gilt interior, 13cm high, 6.00ozt £350 - £400 170. A pair of Victorian silver pepper pots, Josiah Williams and Co., London 1897, footed cylindrical form, embossed and chased to the lower halves with scrolling tendrils and floral fronds, below a raised rope twist band, the lids pierced, 10cm high, 3.60ozt (2) £100 - £150

172. A Victorian silver jug, Holland, Aldwinckle and Slater, London 1899, baluster form, embossed and chased in the Persian Kutch style with foliate scrolls punctuated by birds and flowers, between geometric and floral bands and a C scroll handle, gilded to the interior, 12.5cm high, 7.91ozt £160 - £180 173. A George IV silver hot water jug, Richard Sibley, London 1822, angled baluster form, half reeded, the rim gadrooned and the spout cast with acanthus fronds, fruitwood handle and finial, 21.5cm high, 31.55ozt £600 - £700

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174. Two Victorian silver Revivalist condiment spoons, George Unite, Birmingham 1871 and 1872, salt and mustard, each hand engraved and chased in the Mannerist style, 12cm long, 0.68ozt £20 - £30

177. An Arts and Crafts silver Hovis cup, Bravingtons, London 1931, pedestal ogee urn form with two S scroll foliate handles, applied with a relief moulded cast plaque of the Hovis emblem within a heart shaped cartouche, 20cm high, 16.23ozt £280 - £350

175. An Art Nouveau silver overlay glass trivet, probably American circa 1900, circular form, with open foliate tendril and floral decoration, 15.5cm diameter £60 - £80

178. Omar Ramsden, an Arts and Crafts silver dish, London 1935, circular planished form with applied ogee foliate handle and moulded lip, presentation inscription, 10.5cm diameter, 4.70ozt £500 - £600

176. Liberty and Co., an Arts and Crafts silver and enamelled photo frame, Birmingham 1919, rectangular form, studded with alternating floral rosettes and blue turquoise enamel bosse cabochons, easel back, opening 21cm x 15cm, overall 27cm x 20m £1600 - £1700

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179. An Arts and Crafts silver plated butter knife, James Dixon and Sons, Sheffield circa 1910, in the Art Nouveau style, the pierced foliate terminal with sinuous spear head and floral motifs, 14cm long £20 - £30

171. A George II silver reticulated basket, Henry Brind, London 1744, ogee rimmed oval form, footed with everted rim, embossed with laurel festoons over a pierced floral and fluted body, gadrooned to the edge, the swing handle similarly decorated with fretted fishscale design, on an openwork geometric and quatrefoil lattice foot in the Chippendale Chinoiserie style, 16cm long, 6.94ozt £300 - £400

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180. An Arts and Crafts silver five piece tea and coffee set, Elkington and Co., Birmingham 1901, footed baluster form, embossed with bands of waves punctuated by stylised poppy head motifs, and rope twist handles, including kettle on stand, coffee pot, teapot, jug and bowl, stamped number 18863, 121.5ozt £3600 - £4000

181 181. Omar Ramsden, an Arts and Crafts silver spoon, London 1922, planished with cast shamrock and scrolling tendril terminal, 16cm long, 1.59ozt £450 - £550

180 183. Omar Ramsden, an Arts and Crafts silver spoon, London 1920, planished and cast with geometric scrolls to the stem, terminating in a bunch of grapes suspended from a Celtic knot, surmounted by stylised vine leaves, the back with rat tail spine and scrolls to bowl, 16.5cm long, 1.70ozt £450 - £550

185. A set of six Art Nouveau silver buttons, import marks Robert Freiderich, London 1902, each cast with a maiden’s head within entwined tendril and feathered frond cartouche, 2.5cm diameter, 0.95ozt (6) £100 - £150

182 182. A pair of Arts and Crafts silver spoons, Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company, London 1905, the circular ogee rimmed bowls on double cast rope entwined zoomorphic stems, punctuated by lion’s head roundels, surmounted by winged Viking heads and ships in full sail, 17.5cm long, 4.21ozt (2) £250 - £350

184 184. Kate Harris for William Hutton and Sons, an Arts and Crafts silver box, Birmingham 1902, bell form, the hinged lid cast in the Art Nouveau style with a foliated woman suspended within a knotted lattice cartouche, 7.5cm wide, 2.24ozt £300 - £500

186 186. An Arts and Crafts silver photo frame, J Aitkin and Son, Birmingham 1908, the circular glass within a wooden backed embossed square section cartouche of ogee topped pilaster and bracket feet with Art Nouveau style flowers, easel back, opening 9cm diameter, overall 16cm x 14.5cm £80 - £120

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193. A Norwegian Dragestil silver server, Magnus Aase, Bergen circa 1930, reticulated foliate and stylised floral handle with Nordic coronet terminal, 19.5cm long, 2.10ozt £70 - £90

194 194. Johan Rohde for Georg Jensen, a pair of Danish Secessionist silver Konge (Acorn) salt or pepper pots, model 423, circa 1930, multi sided trumpet form, planished, with relief moulded leaf and berry domed tops, bayonet screw caps to the underside, marked pre 1945, 3.5cm high, 1.01ozt (2) £80 - £120

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195. A set of six French Art Deco silver plated knife rests, the demi lune segmented ends with incised decoration, united by square section bars, 8cm long (6) £60 - £80

187. An Arts and Crafts Iona style silver cruet, Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1912, pedestal ogee form with cast bands and roundels of Celtic knots and zoomorphic scrolls in the manner of Alexander Ritchie, including pepper pot, salt cellar and mustard, 8.5cm high, 5.32ozt (3) £50 - £100 188. W A S Benson, an Arts and Crafts silver plated teapot, circa 1890, electroplated copper and brass, squat ogee bowl form, with faceted spout and turned wood finial, the ear handle with rubber insulating pads, variation of model 692, 25.5cm long £70 - £100 189. Charles Robert Ashbee for the Guild of Handicraft, an Arts and Crafts silver bowl, London 1904, the planished dish supported on three cast seahorses, on a domed foot, embossed and etched with writhing dolphins in an agitated sea, on three cushioned pads, 15cm diameter, 9.5cm high, 8.82ozt £2500 - £3000 190. Guild of Handicraft, an Arts and Crafts silver spoon, London 1956, rectangular section seal top, rat tail, 14cm long, 1.28ozt £60 - £100

191 191. Kate Harris for William Hutton, an Arts and Crafts silver and gilt bell, Chester 1911, in the form of a flower, the handle of sinuous tendril design, 15.5cm high, 21.71ozt £1000 - £1500 192. A Jugendstil silver plated photo frame, pilaster and pediment form, embossed with flowers and heart motif tassels, easel back, opening 14.5cm x 9.5cm, overall 20.5cm x 14cm £50 - £80

196 196. A French Art Deco silver plate and Macassar teapot and sugar bowl, circa 1930, straight sided flattened hexagonal form, with stepped diamond escutcheons and chamfered lozenge section finials, angular handles, the interiors gilded, stamped marks, tea pot 18cm high, sugar box 16cm long (2) Note: the streamlined cubist form was pioneered by French designers and makers such as Jean Despres, Jean Puiforcat and Adolphe Boulenger, under the influence of fine artist working in Paris for a decade prior. £80 - £120

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200. Asprey and Co., a novelty silver plated cocktail shaker, Hukin and Heath, model 3447, in the form of a hand bell, stamped marks, 28.5cm high £600 - £800

203. Stuart Devlin, a Modernist silver gilt surprise egg, London 1972, textured, opening to reveal a frog and lily pad, numbered 24, 7.5cm £150 - £250

197 197. An Art Deco German silver beaker, Wilhelm Binder, circa 1925, rounded cylindrical form with an embossed band of oval beads and pellets, 8cm high, 1.51ozt £30 - £50

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198 198. A set of five Art Deco silver casters, NS, Birmingham 1938, stepped conical form, including two pairs of salt and pepper pots, and a sugar shaker, weighted, 18cm high (5) £250 - £300

201. Napier and Co., an Art Deco silver plated novelty cocktail shaker, circa 1945, in the form of a cockerel or rooster, the spherical body with applied wings and strap tail handle, the lid in the form of the head, with cork seal, and inner strainer, stamped marks, 24cm high £400 - £600

204. A Modernist silver and enamelled vase, MP, Spanish circa 1960s, footed baluster form, decorated with abstract floral motifs, in orange on a speckled green and white flecked ground, stamped marks, 21cm high, 8.29ozt £70 - £100 205. Georg Jensen, a Modernist silver gilt and enamelled spoon and fork set, Denmark 1980, each with champleve enamel daisies to the terminals, cast marks RA AB, 15cm long, 2.74ozt (2) £60 - £80

199. An Art Deco German silver gilt and enamelled blotter, circa 1930, the rectangular plate with yellow guilloche enamel within blue bands, 12cm long, 4.40ozt £300 - £350

202 202. A Modernist silver and wooden bowl, DBF, Birmingham 1978, the concave dished ring supported on a turned mixed specimen wood stand, incised to the midsection, 10.5cm diameter, 5.5cm high, silver weight excluding base 3.28ozt £40 - £60

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206. Carl Henning Pedersen for Anton Michelsen, a Danish Modernist silver gilt and enamelled spoon, July 1974, the terminal with champleve guilloche enamel in red and blue, stylised foliate and crown motif, 16cm long, 1.43ozt £40 - £60 207. A Modernist silver commemorative napkin ring, Asprey and Co., London 1969, for the Investiture of the Prince of Wales, cast in relief with a crown, banner and flags, over three ostrich feathers, in fitted box, 4.2cm diameter, 1.19ozt £40 - £70

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JEWELLERY AND WATCHES 218. A Modernist 9 carat gold bangle, Birmingham 1974, bark textured and engraved with entwined leaf motifs, 6cm diameter, 30.5g £200 - £300 219. Three gilt military Firmin buttons converted to jewellery, mounted on 9 carat gold bar brooches and a ring, marked, 6.5cm long (3) £30 - £50

208 208. An 18 carat white gold and diamond ring, wedding band form set with a channel of ten stones, approx. size K, 6.6g £300 - £400

220. A 9 carat gold, sapphire and seed pearl bar brooch, the alternating stones in a wreath form, 7cm long, 3.6g £30 - £50

210. A 9 carat gold white and blue stone ring, navette form, approx. size J, 2.5cm long £60 - £80

212. An 18 carat gold wedding ring, facet cut hobnail and leaf decoration, approx. size L, 3.3g £40 - £70 213. A 22 carat gold wedding ring, approx. size L/M, 3.3g £60 - £80 214. Three 9 carat gold rings, including wedding bands, approx. sizes J to M, 8.7g (3) £70 - £100 215. A 22 carat gold wedding ring, approx. size L/M, 2.9g £50 - £80 216. A 22 carat gold wedding ring, approx. size K 1/2, 1.9g £40 - £60

229. A Chinese carved and reticulated jade pendant, on gold suspension, oval form with bird and flowers, 4.5cm long £40 - £60 230. A pair of gold and diamond cluster drop earrings, graduated old cut stones suspended on chain links, replacement simulated pearl to one, 2.5cm long £300 - £500

209. An 18 carat white gold and diamond solitaire ring, approx. 0.8 carats, size K, 4.5g £1350 - £1500

211. A pair of diamond stud earrings, in 18 carat white gold, approx. 2.5mm diameter £200 - £300

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221 221. Two 9 carat gold and pearl brooches, each in the form of a wreath with leaves and white pearls, one on a bar, 5cm long, 4.9g £40 - £60 222. Two Imperial Russian silver and gold egg pendants, the silver example set with a sapphire in a textured body, the gold mounted chrysoprase stone stamped to the loop, 2cm (2) £60 - £80 223. A string of graduated pearls, pinkish white colouration, 2mm to 5.5mm diameter, 43cm long £80 - £120 224. A double string of graduated pearls, with yellow metal clasp, possibly natural, 2mm to 5mm diameter, 36cm long £100 - £150

231 231. Carl Edvard Bolin, an Imperial Russian gold diamond and pearl ring, circa 1915, in the Secessionist style, the old cut diamonds in an asymmetrical geometric millegrain setting, around a central pearl, 2.5cm, approx size J 1/2, in original box £3000 - £5000

225. A graduated pearl necklace, with 14 carat white gold clasp, knotted, 2mm to 8mm, 48.5cm long £80 - £120 226. A coral necklace, graduated beads, on gold clasp, 42cm long £40 - £70 227. An Imperial Russian gold and enamelled cross pendant, on a gold chain, 3cm long, 5.5g £80 - £120

217 217. A 22 carat gold wedding ring, approx. size K 1/2, 3.8g £60 - £80

228. A suite of Jade jewellery, including bracelets and ring, rectangular plaques £40 - £70

232 232. Bolin (attributed), a 14 carat gold and diamond brooch, naturalistic floral form, the stamens set with brilliant cut diamonds, 4cm long, 14.2g £500 - £800

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233. A 15 carat gold and enamelled RAF Warrant Officer sweetheart brooch, with safety chain, 5cm long £80 - £120

241. Two 9 carat gold brooches, one of modernist feathered design, the other with filigree reticulated leaves, 4cm long, 9.6g (2) £80 - £120

234. A 9 carat gold and enamelled RNAS sweetheart brooch, with white metal Royal Navy anchor, flanked by Air Service wings, 6cm long £100 - £150

242. A 19th century yellow metal and carnelian fob seat, engraved with “Save my” and an image of an envelope, 2.5cm high £30 - £50

235. A 9 carat gold and enamelled RAF sweetheart brooch, with safety chain, 5.5cm long £60 - £80 236. An 18 carat gold, diamond and platinum Royal Navy and Merchant Services sweetheart brooch, with diamond encrusted nautical crown, 5cm long £300 - £500

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237. A 9 carat gold and enamelled Blues and Royals sweetheart brooch, crowned garter and laurel spread eagle, Royal Horse Guards and 1st Dragoons, 3.5cm long £80 - £120

243 243. An early 19th century yellow metal and smoky quartz fob seal, intaglio engraved with the arms and crest of Astley, 2.5cm long £30 - £50 244. A 9 carat gold aide memoire, J C Vickery, circa 1919, silk lined, 9cm x 4.5cm £60 - £80 245. 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 £1500 - £2000

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238. A George IV gold and enamelled mourning ring, the central black enamel band with Gothic letters, between relief moulded foliate borders, inscribed inside Emma Louisa Dyson died September 9th 1823 aged 23 years, approx. size J 1/2, 5.6g £80 - £120 239. A gold, turquoise and diamond ring, approx. size H, 1.8g £20 - £40

246. Jewellery including 9 carat gold gem set rings, gold heart locket, silver cufflinks and bangle £50 - £80 247. 9 carat gold including two cross pendants on chains, chain necklace, chased cufflink and an 18 carat gold cufflink, 19.1g £100 - £200 248. A 22 carat gold wedding ring, approx. size J 1/2, 1.7g £30 - £50 249. Four 9 carat gold rings, including signet rings, one set with bloodstone, 24.4g (4) £150 - £200 250. A 9ct gold sapphire and pearl bar brooch, and three other examples. (4) £120 - £140

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240. A yellow metal and ruby set brooch, in the form of a salamander, 6.5cm long, 5.2g £30 - £50

251. A Wedgwood and gold mounted pendant, circular jasperware plaque within an open scroll wirework border £200 - £300

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252. A diamond set yellow metal gypsy ring £120 - £180 253. A pair of 18 carat white gold and diamond cufflinks. £80 - £120

260. Liberty and Co., an Arts and Crafts silver and enamelled pendant, William Hair Haseler, Birmingham 1908, interlocking quatrefoil design in blue and green, 4cm long £80 - £120

254. A 9ct gold oval miniature frame, beaded border and hanging loop £180 - £220 255. A Modernist 9 carat gold pendant on chain together with a chain bracelet, the circular pendant of rusticated lattice form, 1.5cm diameter, chain 44cm long, 3.6g £30 - £50 256. A late Victorian oval cameo brooch depicting harp player and putti, within a wire twist frame. £80 - £120 257. A Norwegian silver gilt Bolesolje or ring brooch, filigree and stud decorated with six cylindrical rosettes, 8cm diameter, 1.68ozt £80 - £120

267 267. Charles Horner, an Arts and Crafts silver and enamelled hat pin, Chester 1909, in the form of an Egyptian scarab, blue and green enamel, head 3cm wide £50 - £100 261 261. Theodor Fahner for Murrle Bennett and Co., an Arts and Crafts silver brooch, the central turquoise stone cabochon set within an open tendril and stylised thistle setting, stamped marks, 3cm £150 - £200 262. Charles Horner, an Arts and Crafts silver and enamelled brooch, Chester 1919, open stylised axe head form in the Jugendstil style, turquoise and blue champleve enamel, 4cm long, the chain 46cm long £120 - £180

258 258. An Arts and Crafts silver and enamelled brooch, in the Art Nouveau style, the three petals in blue and green enamel, around a maiden’s head with open tendrils, 3cm diameter £80 - £120

268 268. Child and Child, an Arts and Crafts enamelled Caduceus brooch, circa 1905, the blue and green turquoise guilloche enamel set with a diamond and two pearls, backed in gold, marked, 4cm long £300 - £500 269. Andreas Daub, a Modernist silver brooch, reticulated and rusticated shards, stamped marks, 4.5cm long £20 - £40

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263. An Arts and Crafts silver and enamelled brooch, CV and Co., in the form of a butterfly, with central mother of pearl plaque, 3.5cm wide £50 - £80

271. A 9 carat gold Smiths gents wristwatch, silvered dial, subsidiary seconds dial, manual wind, circa 1950 £50 - £80

264. An Arts and Crafts silver and enamelled pendant, Smith and Ewen, Birmingham 1909, in the form of an ogee petal flower, with green cabochon drop, green pink over blue enamel, 4.5cm long, chain 42cm long £100 - £150

259 259. An Arts and Crafts silver and enamelled pendant, ogee trefoil drop form with oval lightning strike enamel plaque, between turquoise cabochons and a natural pearl below, 6cm long, the chain 48cm long £120 - £180

265. A Jugendstil silver and plique a jour enamelled pendant, open circular form with purple enamel, set with mother of pearl and seed pearl, suspended on two chains, stamped 900, 5cm long, chain 42cm £80 - £120 266. James Fenton, an Arts and Crafts silver and enamelled brooch, Birmingham 1908, lobed ogee cartouche form with foliate fronds of blue enamel and green lozenge, 3cm £80 - £120

272 272. A 14 carat gold Auguste Ericsson fob watch, the white enamelled dial with subsidiary seconds dial, 3.2cm diameter £200 - £300

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273. A German silver pocket watch, Schild Freres and Co., gilt face with subsidiary seconds dial, in a textured slimline case, 5cm diameter £40 - £70

MILITARIA AND COINS

274. A 9 carat gold Marvin automatic wristwatch, champagne dial, on later strap, 3.6cm wide £100 - £150

283. A silver topped Military Police swagger stick, Birmingham 1952, cap with regimental insignia and malacca shaft, 71cm long, together with a Royal Engineer’s officer’s swagger stick, white metal cap with regimental insignia and birch shaft, 6cm long (2) £30 - £50

275. A Cartier ladies Tank wristwatch, stainless steel, original box and papers £900 - £1200 276. A Salvador Dali Softwatch wristwatch, gold plated on green leather strap, Swiss quartz movement, box and papers, 4.8cm long, together with a stainless steel Fishbone watch (2) £40 - £60 277. A ladies Rotary wristwatch on 9 carat gold link strap, 1.6cm wide, 20.2g £80 - £120 278. A 9 carat gold ladies Hamilton wristwatch, on gold foxtail chain bracelet, manual wind, 2cm wide, 14.5g £70 - £100

284. A George V silver mounted malacca military presentation baton, presented to Lieut A Whiteley, 1st Portsmouth RFR Battalion May 1921, 92cm long £30 - £50 285. Trafalgar interest, a keel section block of oak reputedly from HMS Temeraire, ante 1805, broken up in 1838, paper label attached, 30cm long Provenance: John Beaston, ship breaker at Rotherhithe; Harry Burrows RMLI 1914-18; thence by descent £250 - £350

289. Rome, Probus, bronze Antoninianus, Salus standing right feeding snake, billon Tetradrachm, Eagle left LB, and a similar example; Constantine I, three bronze Follis, Sol standing holding globe, another two soldiers holding spears and shields with two standards between them, another Roman castle campgate, two AE3; Crispus, two bronze Follis, laurel wreath enclosing VOT X, another PTR Globe set on altar inscribed VO/TIS / XX; Constans I, bronze Follis, VOT / XX / MVLT / XXX SMALA; Constantius Gallus, bronze Follis, Siscia mint, soldier left, holding shield and spearing falling horseman (12) £30 - £50 290. Henry III, silver Penny 1251-1272, silver Penny 1248; Edward I, three silver Halfpennies 1509-1547, silver Penny, silver penny (S.1386), silver Farthing 1279-1300 (S.1445); Edward IV silver Half Groat (9) £80 - £120 291. Henry VII, two silver Half Groats 1485-1509, silver Testoon (S.2253); Henry VIII, silver Half Groat 1544-1547 (4) £30 - £50 292. Mary I, two silver Groats (15531554), crowned bust left, rev. Royal Arms quartered by long cross, three silver Groats (5) £70 - £90 293. Elizabeth I, six silver Sixpences, 1594, 1572, 1562, 1561-1571, 15611577, 1590, silver Threepence, 1569, silver hammered Shilling 1582-1600 (8) £80 - £120

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279 279. Alfred Dunhill, a Unique silver plated pocket lighter, vertical ribs, lever arm, 22395, 6.5cm long £40 - £70 280. 18ct gold and glass cylindrical perfume flask £180 - £220 281. A 9 carat gold propelling pencil, Chester, tubular form, 7.1g £50 - £80 282. A 9ct gold cigar piercer £80 - £120

286. Elizabeth II Territorial Efficiency Decoration with Territorial top bar, unnamed as issued but dated 1956, together with Elizabeth II Coronation Medal, and a mounted miniature group including a 1939-1945 Star, the Burma Star, the France and Germany Star, the Defence Medal, the War Medal 1939-1945, the Coronation Medal, and the Territorial Efficiency Decoration, also with a medal ribbon bar, parachute badges, Royal Marines buttons, various metal badges £30 - £50 287. First World War medal pair: Sapper W Davies, Royal Engineers; British War Medal and Victory Medal (82372 SPR W DAVIES RE), together with framed group of British regimental badges £30 - £50 288. Rome, Sabina, wife of Emperor Hadrian, silver Denarius A.D. 117-138, draped bust right, rev. Juno standing l. holding patera and sceptre £20 - £30

294. James I, two silver Shillings, 16041619, 1620-1624, silver sixpence 1604; Charles I, two silver Shillings, 1645-1646; Charles II, silver hammered Threepence, copper Halfpenny 1680, Ireland (7) £80 - £120 295. Charles I, Siege of Scarborough (1644-1645) obsidional coin, silver replica of Two Shillings, Scarborough castle with S and II below, reverse engraved 'OBS Scarborough 1645' £100 - £150 296. William III, copper Halfpenny 1700-1701, second issue; George I, copper Farthing 1724; George II, silver Sixpence 1757; George III, silver Shilling 1787, copper Cartwheel Penny 1797 (5) £50 - £70 297. Victoria, silver Sixpence 1594, sixth issue, silver Shilling 1893, silver Half Crown 1900; George V, Florin 1928, Half Crown 1925, 1930 (6) £80 - £120 298. India - Princely States, Ranjit Singh, Sikh Empire, silver Rupee, 2 silver coins and 4 others (9) £50 - £70

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299. Tokens, Burford Æ farthing 1653, shield bearing the grocers' arms, · IOHN· SINDRIY · · *, rev. ·S· above I·E in centre, R. OF· BVRFORD· 1653, Edinburgh copper Halfpenny 1791, St Andrew standing holding saltire cross and looking right, rev. Edinburgh Coat of Arms beneath anchor (2) £20 - £30 300. Dutch Republic, silver 1 gulden 1720, Crowned arms dividing value, rev. Dutch virgin; 25th Anniversary of the Reign of King Wilhelm II, silver 3 Mark 1913, Uniformed bust of Wilhelm II facing right, rev. eagle with a shield on its breast (2) £20 - £30 301. A Britannia silver bullion coin 1998, together with a Mexico 25 pesos Olympics coin 1968 (2) £20 - £30

303. Italian States, Ferdinand IV of Naples, silver 120 Grana 1790, bare head right, verso shield of the Two Sicilies; together with French silver 1/10 Ecu 1778 (2) £40 - £60 304. France, Napoleon I, silver 2 Francs 1812, bare head right, verso value within wreath; together with two silver 5 Francs 1840 and 1876, 1 Franc 1858, 50 Centimes 1856, 1/4 Franc 1828 (6) £30 - £50 305. Great Britain silver coins, George II Sixpence 1757, George III Shilling 1817, George V Florin 1936, three Threepence 1913, Sixpence 1929, Australia Shilling 1914 and Sixpence 1912, George VI two Sixpence 1940 and 1944 (11) £30 - £50

302. Spanish Mexico, Ferdinand VII, silver 8 Reales 1809, armoured laureate bust right, verso shield with 4 part crest; together with Spanish Philip V silver 1 Real 1731, Seville (2) £50 - £70

WORKS OF ART AND METAL 307. An 18th century French gold mounted tortoiseshell snuff box, the lid with a glazed painting of a village circus performance, within rope twist borders, stamped marks, 7.5cm diameter £1000 - £1200 308. An 18th century Bilston enamel snuff box, modelled in relief as a coiled sheep on grassy tuft, the lid painted with floral bouquet, 6cm diameter £1000 - £1500 309. An 18th century Biltson enamel snuff box, modelled in relief with a resting dog on a cushion, the lid with stylised floral sprigs on a gingham type ground, 6cm x 4cm Provenance: DM & P Manheim, New York, label and collectors stickers to interior £1000 - £1200 310. An 18th century French gold mounted tortoiseshell snuff box, the lid with a glazed portrait of a woman at a keyboard, 8cm diameter £200 - £300 311. An 18th century French gilt metal mounted tortoiseshell snuff box, the lid with a glazed portrait of a woman, 7.5cm diameter £250 - £300

306 306. Dassier’s Medals of the Sovereigns of England, 1797, a boxed set of 34 bronze medals with portrait bust and tombs verso, fitted in a tooled leather case, with original brochure of the date £300 - £500

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314. An 18th century Biltson enamel snuff box, modelled in relief with a parrot and fruit, the lid painted with floral sprigs, 4.5cm diameter £800 - £1200 315. An 18th century Bilston enamelled pounce pot, footed baluster form, painted with a parkland landscape and a floral bouquet, within foliate cartouches, 9cm high £200 - £250 316. An 18th century ivory and gold mounted toothpick box, oval form, the lid set with a glazed allegorical painting of Terpsichore, within a gold frame, opening to reveal a velvet lined interior with mirror, 9cm long £150 - £200 317. An 18th century ivory, cut steel and gold mounted toothpick box, navette form, the lid set with a glazed painting of a boy with bow, within facet cut bead borders, opening to reveal a velvet lined interior with mirror, 9cm long £150 - £200

321. λ A mid-18th century Jacobite related straw work fan with paper leaf painted with a military encampment and an elegant lady, fan in hand, being received by an officer, most likely Prince William, Duke of Cumberland also Marquess of Berkhamstead, Earl of Kennington, Viscount Trematon and Baron Alderney (Great Britain, 1726), below a sign inscribed ‘Valliant Troop’, circa 1746, the ivory sticks set with painted and inlaid straw-work and mother of pearl, the head of the sticks and guards carved to form a shell, Prince William, Duke of Cumberland is best remembered for his role in putting down the Jacobite Rising at the Battle of Culloden in 1746, which made him immensely popular throughout Britain, he is often referred to by the nickname given to him by his Tory opponents: ‘Butcher’ Cumberland, 27cm long (contained in a black shagreen case) £3000 - £5000 322. λ A late 18th century miniature Chinese Canton carved ivory painted brisé export fan (中國象牙扇), possibly made for a child, circa 1790, the front guardstick carved in relief with birds and flowers, the upper area of the sticks finely carved with wild beasts, insects and birds, below this, the whole central area hand painted with a scene of a young couple promenading, to one side cupid firing his arrow at them from his bow, all within a gilt border, 12cm long (boxed) £600 - £800 323. λ A Chinese mid-19th century Qing dynasty Cantonese ‘thousand faces’ mandarin export fan (中 國 象 牙 扇 ), the colourful paper leaf, painted recto and verso with a multitude of courtiers and scholars in interiors, with applied ivory faces and silk fabric robes, having deep carved and pierced ivory guards superbly carved in very high relief, the sticks similar but in low relief, with silk tassel on suspension loop, contained within its original fitted gilt lacquer box which retains the original interior glass lid and is lined with silk and similarly painted to the leaf, 28cm long £800 - £1200

318 318. A micro mosaic plaque of the Temple of the Dioscuri, Rome, inlaid in red hardstone, 2.5cm x 2cm £80 - £120 319. λ An unusual 19th century Japanese ivory and gilt lacquered brise fan, both sides similarly decorated in various tones of fine gold lacquer work with scenes of daily life, with oriental figures in a landscape, this fan is smaller than those normally associated with this type of work and also has only one ribbon hole per stick, these traits are more commonly found in Chinese fans of the period, 20cm long (boxed) £1000 - £1500 320. λ An 18th century articulated ivory fan, the ivory sticks and guards finely carved, pierced, silvered and gilt, each of the upper guards with a roundel under glass containing an articulated figure, each worked by a hidden lever, the front guard has a female figure who raises her hand upon which there is a small bird, the rear guard has a gentleman, who, when the lever is operated, raises his hat to his face, the leaf which is mounted ‘a l’anglaise’ depicts a scene of Aeneas carrying his aged father from Troy, the verso with a simple sketch of a plinth, along with what appears to be an old price ticket, 27cm long (boxed) £1500 - £2500

324. λ An 18th century ivory fan, the ivory sticks and guards carved, pierced, silvered and gilt, the leaf brightly hand painted with a classical scene of a lady in elegant attire having an audience with her king, the verso with hand painted floral sprays, 25cm long £200 - £300 325. λ A mid 17th century large ivory and vellum European fan painted with various musicians in a landscape, along with exotic flying birds, circa 1660, the ivory guards and sticks carved and pierced, the sticks being threaded through the lower section of the leaf, the verso with flowers contained in ‘architectural’ containers, the fan comes with various written communications between a former owner and Helene Alexander, founder of the Fan Museum Greenwich, in which she confirms the date and significance of this scarce mid-17th century fan and suggests a possible link to the Grand Dauphin Louis of France (1 November 1661 – 14 April 1711), eldest son and heir of Louis XIV, King of France, and his spouse, Maria Theresa of Spain, 31cm long (boxed) £4000 - £6000 326. λ An early 18th century ivory fan, circa 1740, with carved and pierced guards and sticks, all profusely inlaid with the finest of intricate silver pique work, the skin leaf mounted ‘a l’anglaise’ and painted with a scene of David the humble shepherd and talented musician, presenting the head of the Philistine Goliath to King Saul of Israel, two children amongst the entourage carry Goliath’s own sword with which David had beheaded the giant, numerous flowers to the verso, typical of early 18th century fans, 28cm long £1000 - £1500

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327. λ An early 18th century ivory fan, circa 1730, with carved and pierced ivory guards and sticks, the painted leaf depicting a country dance scene, the guards are carved with a single female figure and foliate scrollwork and shells, with mother-of-pearl thumbpiece and tip, the sticks similarly carved and pierced across the entire monture, the double paper leaf is hand-painted with an elegant couple dancing to the tune of a seated piper, all three in fine attire, all bordered by alternating green and red swags, the verso with a delightful scene of fabulous birds including peacocks, 27cm long (boxed) £1000 - £1500 328. λ An 18th century ivory fan, circa 1760, with elaborately carved and pierced Chinoiserie guards and sticks, the sticks with two panels containing Chinese figures, the guards carved in the Chippendale style with a single Chinese figure and foliate scrollwork, the leaf mounted à l’anglaise fashion and hand-painted with a rural scene of travellers on horseback seeking accommodation, the verso painted with an angler on a bridge, with floral border, 28.5cm long £200 - £300 329. λ An early 18th century fan with Chinese ivory sticks and guards, circa 1700, the Cantonese guard’s clouté with abalone mother of pearl, gilt and lacquered, the monture similarly decorated, the double leaf is hand painted in bright colours with a biblical or mythological scene, possibly Moses and Aaron before the Pharaoh (Exodus 7-11), the verso painted with a multitude of beautiful flowers typical of these early fans, 29cm long £400 - £600

330. λ A late 18th century Chinese Canton carved ivory export brisé fan, each guardstick carved in relief with six Chinese figures, the reverse of each with four of the eight immortals, the sticks carved in relief with oriental figures and scholars and scenes of daily life to one side only, the upper sticks are carved with individual figures in various pursuits, below this is a frieze with carved fish and dragons chasing a flaming pearl, to the centre is a cartouche with further numerous figures including an elder holding a baby and a figure being pushed in a carriage, 16cm long (boxed) £500 - £700 331. λ A Victorian ivory brisé fan painted on eighteen sticks by Albert Durer Lucas (1828 - 1919), signed and dated 1877 and entitled ‘The Ships Of Old England’, depicting various iconic British historical figures including Kings, Admiral Lord Nelson, Britannia etc. and the ships through the ages, including HMS Victory, the guardsticks and lower sections of the sticks painted with various seashells and floral specimens, ivory suspension loop with silk tassel and finger loop, 21.5cm long £1000 - £1500 332. A boxed set of Victorian gilt and chased dress buttons, including 14 large coat buttons and six smaller, each with naturalistic floral motifs, marked Extra Superb and Extra Superior, 2.2cm and 1.3cm diameter (20) £80 - £120

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333. 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 £100 - £150

338. An early 19th Century crystoleum, ‘Britannia Lamenting the Death of her late King George III ..... ‘ published and painted by W B Walker, London, 25cm x 35cm, mount covering part of image, framed £50 - £80

350. A pair of mother of pearl and white metal lorgnettes. £30 - £50 351. A large collection of brass and bronze servants’ bells, various sizes, spring mounted £400 - £500

339. A Victorian woolwork picture with central portrait of Queen Victoria, flanked by British Empire, French, American, Russian, and Italian flags, in a curtained and floral border, 43cm x 55cm £20 - £30 340. A Victorian woolwork picture, central portraits ‘HRH The Princess of Wales’ and ‘HRH, The Prince of Wales’, flanked by flags and crowns of the British Empire within a curtain frame, 31cm x 41cm, framed £30 - £50 341. A pair of watermark prints commemorating the 1935 Silver Jubilee, King George V and Queen Mary, in sectional stained glass border within metal frames, 34cm x 25cm (2) £20 - £30 334 334. 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 £150 - £250

342. A Victorian sepia photograph printed on glass, Lady on horseback, 22cm x 16cm, and another, bridge in a landscape, in velvet triform folding frame £20 - £30 343. A Victorian woolwork picture with central portrait of Queen Victoria, flanked by British Empire, French, American, Chinese and Argentinian flags, 30cm x 35cm, framed and glazed £30 - £50 344. A silk embroidered panel, titled ‘Poetry’ depicting a young woman, 69cm x 20cm £20 - £30 345. A 19th century Millefleurie woolwork carpet, central floral cartouche within cream ground with acanthus scroll and floral garlands within ogee frame and red lined border, 263cm x 186cm £40 - £60

335 335. A Victorian tortoiseshell tea caddy, circa 1840, break front cuboid form with silvered stringing, opening to reveal a two compartment interior, on four brass ball feet, 20cm wide, 13cm deep, 14cm high £300 - £500 336. Early 19th Century needlepoint alphabet and verse sampler by Mary Turvill, November 1805, framed, on stand, 51cm x 37cm, overall height 80cm £40 - £60 337. A Victorian Lenticular of racing jockeys, Fred Archer and J Watts, 43cm x 32cm, framed, and another, commemorating the Year of the Three Emperors 1888, depicting Wilhelm I, Frederick III and Wilhelm II £20 - £30

346. Hermes black Herbag, with dust bag and velveteen carrier and paperwork £150 - £250 347. A Victorian burr oak three drawer humidor, brass bound, double doors opening to reveal cedar lined drawers with flush handles, 47cm wide, 31cm high, 30cm deep £100 - £150 348. A collection of pathological microscopical preparation slides, 100 glass plates, indexed and in box, including various diseases and body samples £50 - £80 349. A 19th century portrait miniature of a Royal Navy officer, in ebonised and gilt metal mounted frame, 6cm x 4.5cm £60 - £80

352 352. A silver mounted hunting whip by Swaine and Adeney, London, 1978, leather bound with antler horn hook end and detachable leather lattice whip and red rope tassel, 238cm long £60 - £100 353. A Persian style brass and niello broad rimmed charger, the central roundel of horse and cart within a band of zodiac symbols, within a fluted inner border, the rim similarly decorated, 75cm diameter £80 - £100 354. A gilt brass cast casket, in the 13th century reliquary style, lock and key, 15.5cm wide, 8cm high, 11cm deep £200 - £250 355. A gilt brass girandole, 19th century, three foliate S form branches, with two candlesticks and a holy water vessel, reticulated and cast foliate and anthropomorphic Griffon type figures, surmounted by an oval portrait bust of Charles V of Spain, above a bevelled oval mirror, 37cm high £150 - £200 356. A French gilt bronze lamp base, 19th century, pedestal moonflask form tooled and engraved with concentric geometric rings, cast foliate lions head handles, on four footed bracket base, 33cm high to fitting £180 - £220 357. A brass and black lacquered three branch standard lamp, Empire style with acanthus and foliate urn decoration, 68cm high £120 - £180 358. E Hache, a cast bronze twin handled dish, decorated with a cavalier in tavern scene, reticulated lion handles, 37cm wide £150 - £200

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359. A gilt relief moulded gesso pricket style table lamp, baluster cup and cover design on triangular plinth base, 69cm high £30 - £50

372. Jens Quistgaard for Dansk Design, a Danish Modernist teak ice bucket, bowed pail form, with bar handle, lid and orange liner, 39cm high £70 - £100

360. A collection of The Studio bound volumes, 15 to 19, 30 to 35, 22 and 27, General Index 1-42 £100 - £150 361. A collection of The Studio bound volumes including yearbooks 1896, 1908, 1911-1912, 1907 £50 - £100 362. An Art Deco figural marble and onyx clock garniture, circa 1930, modelled with a seated woman and two greyhounds, 62cm long, 46cm high £450 - £500 363. Sergi Benvenuti, “Clio”, 1985, relief moulded sculptural plaque of a nude, signed, 65cm diameter, 85cm x 85cm overall, £80 - £120 364. Erhard & Sohne, a Jugendstil rosewood and brass inlay ink stand, rectangular form, the cylindrical inkwell with geometric foliate and lattice decoration flanked by two trays with reticulated galleries, the central section with feather and rosette panel and five section pen rest, 29.5cm wide, 11cm high, 18cm deep £150 - £250

370 370. Eleanor Varley, an Arts and Crafts enamelled plaque, A Dutch Family, 1923, signed with monogram, titled to label verso, 12.5cm x 8.5cm, framed £200 - £300

373 365. A pair of Ruskin cabochon plaques, set in copper roundels, with serpentine straps, green turquoise, 14cm diameter (2) £50 - £80 366. 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) £300 - £500 367. 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) £200 - £400

373. Ferdinand Preiss, an Art Deco Ivory figure Dancer, mounted on a oynx base, 18cm high See: page 99 Ferdinand Priess Art Deco Sculptor, The fire & the Flame by Alberto Shayo £500 - £800

371 371. John Mainwaring, a carved yew wood sculpture of a bird, modelled as a penguin with wings back, signed, 9cm high £20 - £30

368. After Edward Burne Jones, a PreRaphaelite style tapestry panel, the central portrait roundel of Doringen within a trellis of alternating floral specimens, 46cm square, framed £100 - £200 369. A Pre-Raphaelite stained glass design of St Alban, depicting a knightly figure with an image of Saint Albans Cathedral and oak leaves, inscribed Salvation and Righteousness to the helmet and breastplate, 64cm x 48cm, framed £100 - £200

374 374. G Rischmann, a pair of Art Deco bronze and marble bookends, circa 1930, modelled as birds, signed, 19cm £40 - £70 high (2) 372

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381. Boston School (attributed), a champleve enamelled Arts and Crafts copper box, cylindrical form, with applied studs, the lid with stylised daisy motif, 13cm diameter £400 - £600

375 375. Georg Richard Schnauder, an Art Deco bronze, alabaster and marble figure of a Harlequin woman, Kesse Faschingsdame, circa 1925, gold painted, signed, 32cm high £100 - £200 376. A pair of Art Deco chrome and blackened steel bookends, in the form of boxers, wire and spun ball form, cast N trademark, 21cm high (2) £180 - £220

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380. A W N Pugin for John Hardman and Co. (attributed), a brass Thurible, footed spherical form with reticulated top half below a denticulated trefoil coronet, internal incense burner crucible, 21.5cm high £40 - £70

382. An Arts and Crafts copper and enamelled cabochon box, cuboid form, riveted and embossed to the lid with baton link border, between green turquoise enamel roundels, the central plaque painted with a woman, 14.5cm wide, 8cm high, 11.5cm deep £300 - £500 383. An Arts and Crafts copper and enamelled freedom casket, tapered rectangular section with strap corner bracket feet, each end with Tudor roses, between coats of arms and monogram to each side flanked by swords and axes, the lid with a sunrise motif, riveted to the rim, 28cm wide, 14cm high, 14.5cm deep £1200 - £1800

377. Karl Hagenaueur, two Austrian Art Deco silvered and lacquered figures, after 1927, modelled as dancers, on wooden base, 31cm high (2) £100 - £200 378. Karl Hagenaueur, an Austrian Art Deco nickelled and ebonised sculpture, after 1927, modelled as a boat in full sail, 32cm long, 25cm high £800 - £1200 381

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390. John William, an Arts and Crafts twin handled copper vase, cylindrical form, repousse decorated with stylised lilies on a planished ground, angled strap handles, 23.5cm high £80 - £120

384 384. 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 £200 - £400

397. WMF, a pair of Jugendstil silver plated figural candelabra, model 269 and 269A, twin branched form, stamped marks, 28cm high (2) £300 - £500

391. A pair of Arts and Crafts copper lanterns, the four strapped cylindrical cage bodies, planished and embossed with teardrop motifs, below a crimped dome, repoussed decorated with hearts, suspended from a riveted and lobed four leaf finial, 42cm high (2) £300 - £500 392. A pair of Arts and Crafts wrought adjustable standard lamps, Clements Newling and Co., the open scroll arms on tapered poles with urn finials and leaf caps, on tripod bracket feet, 163cm high (2) £200 - £400

385. John Pearson, an Arts and Crafts hammered copper tray, repousse decorated with monkeys picking and eating fruits, dated 1898, signed and dated verso and numbered 2386, 59.5cm x 43.5cm £600 - £800

393. Arts & Crafts copper fender, embossed with continuous trail band of stylised tulips in the Art Nouveau style, 126cm wide £30 - £50

386. John Pearson (attributed), an Arts and Crafts copper coal scuttle, the angled lid repousse decorated with sunflower and foliate scrolls, 28cm high £200 - £300

394. Art Nouveau cast iron and copper fender, arch form pierced decoration with copper roundels and embossed continuous trail band of stylised leaves, registration mark 501969, £150 - £250 395. WMF, a Jugendstil silver plated tray, model 290, relief moulded with an Art Nouveau woman with sinuous hair and dress, the open handle in the form of iris leaves, 34cm diameter £300 - £500 396. WMF, a Jugendstil silver plated figure of a butterfly woman, modelled leaning forward with arms and wings spread, 37.5cm long £70 - £100

398 398. WMF, a Jugendstil silver plated and glass claret jug, trumpet form, open whiplash and foliate handle and a reticulated cage stopper, cast with Art Nouveau maidens’ heads to the base, 38.5cm high £700 - £1000

387 387. Arthur Seward, an Arts and Crafts silvered copper tobacco jar, cylindrical form, planished, riveted and embossed with motto from Charles Kingsley’s Westward Ho!, There is No Herb Like it Under the Canopy of Heaven, stamped marks, 12cm high £70 - £100 388. John Williams (attributed), an Arts and Crafts copper twin handled vase, conical form, repousse decorated with stylised artichoke design, 26cm high £80 - £120 389. 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) £180 - £220

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GLASS 399. Hale Thomson, a cased silvered glass beaker, circa 1850, with gilt interior, conical footed form, inset patent button, 10cm high £30 - £50

404. Hugo Wolf, a Bohemian cased silvered and enamelled glass vase, pedestal Campana form, with flowering and fruiting tree design, inset seal button HW, 34cm high £80 - £120 405. A 19th century Bohemian cased and enamelled glass vase, shouldered pedestal form, opaque over green, painted with floral band, gilt foliate ground, 26.5cm high £100 - £150 406. A ruby cut glass tazza, circa 1900, mounted on a baluster shaped stem and raised on circular shallow domed foot, 32.5 cm diameter, 24.5 cm high £200 - £300

408. A 19th century Bohemian cased and enamelled glass vase, pedestal ovoid form, pink over opaque, painted with floral vignettes on gilt ground, between honeysuckle and foliate scroll motifs, 24.5cm high £80 - £120 409. A Bohemian enamelled and cased glass bowl and cover, ovoid form, white over colourless, cut with alternating lens and mitres, within enamelled garland and C scroll cartouches, highlighted in gilt, 26cm high £30 - £50 410. A 19th century Clichy cane stripe glass vase, circa 1860, white, blue and colourless wrythen ribbon design, shouldered with elongated flared neck, polished pontil, 12.5cm high £100 - £200

400 400. A pair of Baccarat opaline and enamelled glass goblets, circa 1850, white opaque, painted with floral specimens on double knopped baluster stems, highlighted in gilt, polished pontils, 17.5cm high (2) £50 - £80

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407. A 19th century Bohemian enamelled glass vase, probably Harrach, purple tinted, moonflask form on four legs, decorated with fish in an aquatic scene with lily pads and lotus flowers, highlighted in gilt, 26cm high £30 - £50

411. A scrambled millefiori glass paperweight, probably 20th century, 8cm diameter £20 - £40 412. Two millefiori cane work glass paperweights, concentric rings of multicoloured canes, 4cm diameter (2) £40 - £70 413. Thomas Webb, two Queen’s Burmese glass vases and a ring tree, one enamelled, acid mark and etched registration number to one, 13.5cm high (3) £60 - £100

401 401. E Varnish and Co., a cased silvered glass pedestal vase, circa 1850, green lustre, ovoid form with everted rim, inset patent button, 18cm high £100 - £150 402. Seven various glass steins, third and half litre, pewter and silver plated mounts and lids, some inset with porcelain and dried flowers, 18cm high (7) £40 - £60 403. Three 19th century glass steins, including two half and one litre, slice cut, one with inset lid and gnome thumb piece, pewter mounted, 23cm high (3) £20 - £30 408

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416. Frederick Carder for Stevens and Williams, a triple cased intaglio cut glass vase, circa 1900, squat ovoid form with everted rim, red over yellow over colourless, optic ribbed and decorated with a sinuous wreath of flowers and trailing foliage, 7.5cm high, 11cm diameter £80 - £120

419. Pallme Konig, a Secessionist iridescent glass vase, bulb necked ships decanter form, trailed with a web of turquoise over mottled lustre, 19cm high £40 - £70

420 420. Loetz, a Secessionist iridescent glass bowl, Diana Cisele, circa 1899, ribbed ovoid form, 18cm diameter £100 - £150

414 414. Richardsons, Stourbridge, an engraved and etched glass claret jug, circa 1880, the ovoid body carved with a bird on fruiting vine branch, the reverse with butterfly and blossom, with hollow handle and stopper, on a knopped pedestal and folded foot, 33cm high £100 - £150

417 417. A Stourbridge intaglio cut and engraved glass vase, probably Thomas Webb, footed conical form, realistically decorated with three poppies in different states, the foot cut with foliate fronds to the rim, apparently unmarked, 18.5cm high, 16.5cm diameter £50 - £80

415 415. Harry Powell for James Powell and Sons, Whitefriars, an Arts and Crafts Venetian style wine glass, circa 1900, turquoise green, the bell shaped bowl on a slice knop and wrythen inverted trumpet foot, 12.5cm high £30 - £50 421

418 418. A Secessionist cut glass bud vase, circa 1920, elongated hexagonal section with denticulated splayed foot, alternating horizontal mitre cuts to each vertical rib, 20.5cm high £20 - £40

421. Loetz, a Secessionist iridescent glass and silver overlay Candia Papillon vase, dimpled bottle form with open beak spout, etched Art Nouveau style metalwork, 25cm high £1000 - £1500 422. Loetz, a Secessionist iridescent glass and silver overlay Crete Papillon vase, conical necked baluster form, with sinuous flower, 9cm high £200 - £300

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426. Schneider, an Art Deco mottled glass vase, footed trumpet form, marbled yellow on purple foot, 19.5cm high £50 - £80

430. David Hammond for Thomas Webb, a Modernist cut glass vase, circa 1950s, conical form, decorated with sinuous strands and stylised five petal floral rosettes, acid mark, 20cm high £40 - £70 431. A Moser Alexandrite dichroic glass vase, circa 1957, engraved with ducks on a pond, turquoise tinted, acid mark, 20cm high £100 - £200

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423. Loetz, a Secessionist iridescent glass vase, PG 7734, circa 1898, shouldered ovoid form with dimpled sides, combed lustre wave decoration, 17cm high £100 - £200

427. A Monart glass vase, shape AB, straight necked angled ovoid form, aventurine included orange brown over turquoise, 12cm diameter £40 - £70 428. Thomas Webb and Sons and Marriott Powell for Whitefriars, an Art Deco uranium green beaker vase and a ruby red trailed glass footed bowl, the vase optic moulded with diamond design, circa 1930, the bowl of ovoid form with applied ribbon trailing, design number 9366, circa 1945, 16cm high (2) £20 - £40

432 432. Bjorn Wiinblad for Rosenthal, a Studio Line Holdfast cut glass ice bucket, circa 1969, tapered cylindrical form with vertical and horizontal cutting, acid marks, 14.5cm high, 13.5cm diameter £30 - £50

424 424. An Art Deco frosted glass vase, probably Loetz, circa 1925, free blown spherical form with everted rim, matte yellow, ground pontil, 19cm high £30 - £50

429 (one of four) 429. Clyne Farquharson for John Walsh Walsh, a set of Kendal cut glass bowls, circa 1935, mitre and line cut geometric arch design, 11.5cm diameter (4) £30 - £50 433 433. Michael Harris for Mdina, a glass fish vase, 1978, axe head form with blue opalescent striations and internal mottled red brown, incised marks and paper label, 22cm high £80 - £120

425 425. Johann Oertel and Co., a Haida Art Deco cameo glass vase, ogee bucket form, engraved, frosted and cut magenta over blue cased, with geometric Egyptian style design, signed in cameo, 18cm high £250 - £350

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439. Barovier and Toso, a Murano glass vase, shouldered form, threaded and striped blue and peach spiral design, signed, 18cm high £40 - £60 440. A Sabino blue opalescent glass perfume bottle, modelled with five semi nude women, pine cone finial, signed Sabino Paris, 16cm high £80 - £120 441. Emile Galle, a cameo glass Wood Sorrel vase, amber and yellow over peach, footed gourd form, 12.5cm high £150 - £200 437 437. Alfredo Barbini for Cenedese, a Murano art glass vase, navette section with multi coloured internal marbling, the lobed top with central aperture, 13.5cm high £80 - £120

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442. Emile Galle, a cameo glass Honesty vase, conical form, purple over frosted yellow, 14.5cm high £150 - £200

434. Geoffrey Baxter for Whitefriars, a cut glass Arctic Blue vase, model 9529, circa 1960, footed elongated bulbous form, vertical frosted mitre and line cuts, to the body, 17.5cm high £20 - £40

435 435. Geoffrey Baxter for Whitefriars, a cased glass dish, circa 1960s, square section with blue centre within colourless border, polished pontil, 15.5cm diameter £20 - £40

438 438. Luigi Mandruzzato, a Murano quadruple cased Sommerso glass vase, circa 1960s, multi faceted conical form, brown, yellow and blue within colourless case, 20.5cm £40 - £70

443 443. Emile Galle, a cameo glass Wisteria vase, slender necked footed bulbous form, purple over peach, 36.5cm high £500 - £800

436 436. Per Lutken for Holmegaard, a blue glass drop vase, 1955, bulbous ovoid teardrop form, incised marks, 17.5cm high £80 - £120 439

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444 444. Julien Viard for Mury, a Narcisse Bleu glass scent bottle, circa 1925, heptagonal form, blue stained moulded floral design, original label, 7cm high £40 - £70

448 448. Rene Lalique, an amber and white stained Chamois glass vase, model 1075, designed circa 1931, acid mark R Lalique France, 12.5cm high £1000 - £1500

445 445. Julien Viard for Rimmel, a Yvonette glass perfume bottle, circa 1924, hexagonal section, relief moulded and gilded with stylised flowers, 9cm high £100 - £200

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446. Julien Viard (attributed), two glass perfume bottles, circa 1925, one with black stained moulded ivy motifs with paper label Parfum Exquis Rose, the other blue stained with black enamel, the edges with daisy motifs, 13.5cm high £80 - £120

449. Rene Lalique, a green glass Gui vase, model 948, designed circa 1920, acid etched mark R Lalique France, 17cm high £1000 - £1200

447. Rene Lalique, an opalescent Inseparables glass clock, model 765, designed circa 1926, square form, relief moulded R Lalique, 11cm high £1000 - £1200

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450 450. Rene Lalique, an opalescent Tete D'Epervier glass car mascot, model 1139, designed circa 1928, relief moulded mark Lalique France, 6.5cm high £800 - £1200

453 453. Rene Lalique, a Volubilis glass bowl, model 383, designed circa 1921, yellow amber, wheel engraved R Lalique France, 21.5cm diameter £200 - £300

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451. Rene Lalique for Worth, a Rose glass perfume bottle, mode Worth Perfume 3, designed circa 1937, relief moulded R Lalique France, 7cm high £40 - £60

452. Rene Lalique, a Pan glass perfume bottle, model 504, designed circa 1920, etched marks, R Lalique France No 504, 13cm high £80 - £120

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ORIENTAL CERAMICS AND WORKS OF ART 454. A pair of Japanese Satsuma vases, Meiji, inverse baluster form, blue ground with panels of Geishas in lakeside landscapes, 37cm high (2) £80 - £120 455. A Japanese Satsuma vase, Meiji, inverse baluster form, relief moulded with a writhing dragon, painted with figures in a speckled ground, on wooden base, 34cm high £120 - £180 456. A 17th century Chinese blanc de chine figure of Guanyin, Ming or later, modelled with sceptre, sitting on a rocky outcrop, 26cm high £400 - £600 457. Two Chinese carved jade pendants, one modelled in relief with a Buddha in lotus flower, the other in white jade as two fruits, 5cm long (2) £30 - £50

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458. Three Chinese hardstone carvings, including a jade archers ring with archaistic scrolling clouds, a russet included ink pot modelled as a zoomorphic gourd with cockerel’s head and a figure group of woman next to a potted fruiting plant, 7cm long (3) £50 - £80 459. A Chinese jade carving, modelled as a man with baskets and gourds, 4.2cm £30 - £50

460. A Chinese jade carving, modelled as a leopard and butterfly on a leaf, 4.5cm long £30 - £50 461. A Chinese jade carving, modelled as two lions, with a fruiting branch, 7cm £40 - £60 462. A Chinese white jade pendant, carved with two fish, 6.5cm long £30 - £50 463. Two Chinese reticulated jade pendants, one carved with a moth, the other with a bird within foliate scroll border, 7cm wide (2) £30 - £50 464. A Chinese carved jade pendant, in the form of a goat amongst foliage, the reverse with peach, 4cm £50 - £80 465. Two Chinese carved jade seals, both with lions to the finials, one white, 4.5cm high (2) £40 - £60 466. Two Chinese reticulated jade pendants, one modelled as a dragon, the other with entwined trumpet flowers, 5.5cm long (2) £40 - £60 467. A gilt wood figure of Buddha, 19th century or earlier, in seated pose, hands resting together, on a carved ebonised lotus base, the figure 14.5cm high, overall 29cm high £60 - £80

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468. A Chinese bronze figure of a religious man on horse, 20cm high £60 - £80 469. An Oriental carved and gilt wood bust of Buddha, mirrored sequin head band, probably 19th century, 34cm high £80 - £120 470. A Japanese carved bamboo cane, Meiji, decorated in the round with battling Samurai, signed, 89cm long £80 - £120 471. A 19th Century Japanese bronze jardinière, Meiji, squat ovoid lobed form, relief moulded with carp and aquatic foliage, 35cm diameter £100 - £200

472. An Anglo Sikh war Safavid lacquer papier mache pen box, inscription inside box ‘Sikh writing case, picked up after the battle of Sobraon by Captain Oldfield and sent over to Mrs Tattershall’, oval form with sliding drawer to reveal brass inkwell, decorated to the top and sides with foliate design, 26cm long, 4cm high, note: a Captain Oldfield served in the 5th Bengal Cavalry, who fought at the Battle of Sobraon £2000 - £3000 473. 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 £3000 - £5000 474. An African hardwood tribal carving, modelled with various figures carrying baskets, 27cm high £20 - £40

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475 475. An African hardwood club, possibly Chokwe, with bulbous head, 81cm long £50 - £70

476 476. An Aboriginal carved wood throwing club, early 19th century, incised U shaped motifs with crosshatch grip, 75.5cm long £100 - £200 477. Persian School (18th/19th century), Court Scene with Musicians, gouache on paper, Arabic inscriptions on verso, 21cm x 12cm, framed £100 - £200 478. A Chinese bronze censer, Xuande seal mark, squat baluster form with relief moulded lions mask handles, 15cm diameter, 604g £250 - £350 479. British Colonial School, A Duffadar of 6th Bombay Cavalry (Jacob’s Horse), watercolour, monogrammed C.I.F., framed, 33cm x 18cm £300 - £500

BOOKS

PICTURES

480. Colonial India, a mid 19th century letter to Mrs F Henderson and Lieut. Col. F.S. Hawkins C.B. Commissary General in Calcutta Bengal December 18th 1849, seal on back, cancellation stamp on front dated 1849 and another on verso dated 1850 £30 - £50

486. After Benjamin West, (17381820), William Penn’s Treaty with the Indians when he founded the Provence of Pensylvania in North American 1681, Published by John Boydell, London 1775, black and white engraving, 48cm x 60cm, framed £40 - £60

481. Recent Events and Present Policies in China, by J.O.P. Bland and E. Backhouse, including folding map of China and Japan, William Heinemann London, First Edition 1912, together with Tomorrow’s China, by Anna Louise Strong, New York 1948 (2) £60 - £80

487. Joseph Pimm (1900-1972), Scenes of Birmingham, ten coloured etchings, titled, signed and numbered in an edition of 75, 14cm x 16cm approx. (10) £100 - £200

482. The Keystone of Building service, Parker, Winder & Achurch, Birmingham 1931, Studies of Nature, by James-HenryBernardin De Saint Pierre, volume 3, London 1798, Costume in England. a history of Dress, by F.W. Fairholt, second edition, London 1860, Berfuch in handlungs Briefen nach den Kellertfchen Regeln, Altona 1756, The Hermit in London, by Felix M’Donogh, volumes 1 and 2, London 1821, The Royal Standard and Loyal Political Register, circa 1804, Who’s Who in Warwickshire, Ebenezer Baylis & Son, Worcester 1934, The Holy Bible, by Rev. George D’Oyly and Rev. Richard Mant, Volume 2, circa 1820, A Practical View of the Prevailing Religious System, by William Wilberforce, eighteenth edition, London 1830, The Last Day, Nisbet & Co, London 1846 (11) £40 - £60 483. Poetry & fiction, The Works of Peter Pindar, Volume II, printed for John Walker, London 1797, The Dispensary. A Poem, in Six Canto’s, by Sir Samuel Garth, sixth edition, John Nutt, London 1706, Poems On Several Occasions, by John Gay, volume II, H Lintot and J & R Tomson, London 1737, original leather bindings, The Poetical Works of William Falconer, Cooke’s edition, London circa 1798, The Boyhood of Great Men, by John G. Edgar, illustrations by Birket Foster, George Routledge and Sons, London, The Ingoldsby Legends, T. and A. Constable (no illustrations), Poems, by Thomas Gray, London 1937 (7) £40 - £60

488 488. Gibson and Sons, Penzance, an original black and white photograph of Hugh Town Town Hall and square, Scilly, circa 1890, signed in the plate, 23cm x 28.5cm, framed £30 - £50 489. Pamela Scott (b.1937), ‘Mosque’, Limited Edition lithograph, artist’s proof, signed and dated 1972, 67cm, framed £30 - £50 490. Pamela Scott (b.1937), ‘MazarHigh-Sharif (Afghanistan)’, Limited Edition lithograph, 18/20, signed and dated 1976, 52cm x 92cm, framed £30 - £60 491. 19th Century School in the style of J Salmon, Off the Kentish coast, watercolour, 22cm x 33cm £40 - £60

484. Samuel Johnson, The Rambler, Volumes One and Two, W. Locke, London 1791, leather bindings (2) £40 - £60 485. John Milton, Paradise Lost, illustrations by William Blake, Lyceum Press, Liverpool 1906, hard boards with bukram spine £50 - £70

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492. Old Master drawing (early 16th century), Pope and Cardinals, pencil drawing, 43cm x 28cm, framed £120 - £160 493. Albert Shuck (1880-1961), Still Life with Fruit, four watercolour studies after his work for Royal Worcester porcelain, 8cm x 13cm, framed (4) £100 - £200 494. Richmond Markes (act.1890-1920), HMS Achilles Steamer Off Dover, watercolour, labelled on mount, 10cm x 20cm, framed £50 - £70 495. Walter Joseph Craven (British, 1915-1973), Under Bredon, watercolour, signed, 26cm x 36cm, framed £60 - £80 496. John Greensmith (b.1932), Afternoon by a Lakeside, Picardy, watercolour, signed, 25cm x 30cm, framed £60 - £80 497. Anthony Hodge (1948-2009), La Boulangerie, oil & pastel, signed, dated June 91 verso, 62cm x 49cm, framed £100 - £150 498. Phillip Steegman (b.1903), Les Tourrettes, watercolour, 33cm x 50cm, framed £80 - £120 499. Richard Britton (b.1931), Collies and sheep in landscape, watercolour, signed, 43cm x 69cm £50 - £80 500. Peter Newcombe (b,1943), Winter Sunshine at Eastcote Northamptonshire, watercolour, signed and dated 1974, 30cm x 40cm, framed £50 - £80 501. Frank Rouse (fl.1894-1917), watercolour, 30cm x 44cm, framed

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the catch, £60 - £100

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502. Francis Farmar (20th century), Small Cottage, Bibury, Gloucestershire, watercolour, signed and dated ‘99, 35cm x 35cm, framed £300 - £500

507. 18th Century English School, Portrait, The Hon. Holles St John, Ob 1738, oil on canvas, 92cm x 71cm, framed Note: Died in 1738 aged 30, son of Henry St John, 1st Viscount St John and MP £2000 - £3000

503. Charles Rowbotham (1856-1921), Italian coastal scene with figures, watercolour, signed and dated 1898, 35cm x 51cm, framed £150 - £200

508. After Murillo, The Young Good Shepherd and Immaculate Conception, a pair of oils on canvas board, 26cm x 21cm, Florentine framed (2) £250 - £350

504. George Brown (19th century), portrait of a woman in pelisse tunic, watercolour, signed and dated 1827, 16cm x 13cm, framed £60 - £80

509. Joseph Thors (1835-1898), On the Warwickshire Worcestershire Border, oil on canvas, signed, 82cm x 126cm, framed £1000 - £1500

505. Lionel Borla (b.1974), Jazzmen, ink on paper, monogrammed, 20cm x 20cm, framed, and a similar example, 9cm x 32cm, framed, both with certificate of authenticity (2) £30 - £50

510. Curt Agthe (1862-1943), Bathsheba, oil on canvas, signed indistinctly verso, 112cm x 90cm, framed £750 - £900

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506. Follower of William Turner (1775-1851), Norham Castle, Sunrise, oil on board, 25cm x 32cm, framed, note on verso: a sketch in oils J.M.W. Turner RA of norham castle from the collection of E.W. Cooke, formerly the property of the late James Orrock Esq. 1881 £100 - £200

511. Harold Goldthwaite (1869-1932), Seaford, Sussex, oil on board, signed, 29cm x 42cm, framed Provenance: Henry J Brown, Raeburn Gallery, Duke St London; Christies stencil verso £100 - £200

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512. 19th or 20th century school, portrait of a woman, oil on canvas, sepia, monogram MA, 35cm x 24cm, framed £30 - £50 513. English School, (1900), Portrait of a pipe smoker, oil on board, monogrammed RM? and dated 1900, 32cm x 24cm, framed £30 - £40 514. John Smith (b.1934), Still Life with Fruit, two oils on board, signed, after his work for Royal Worcester porcelain, 10cm x 13.5cm, framed (2) £80 - £120 515. John Pawle (1915-2010), Fish Market, Menton, oil on board, signed, inscribed and dated verso 1995, 15cm x 17.5cm, framed Provenance: Portland Gallery, label verso

£80 - £120

516. English School (18th century), a pair of hunting scenes, oil on panel, indistinctly signed S. Alette?, 8cm x 17.5cm, unframed (2) £100 - £200 517. British School (20th century), Nude Study, oil on board, unsigned, 61cm x 40cm, framed £50 - £70 518. British School (20th century), Cornish Harbour Scene, oil on canvas, unsigned, 40cm x 50cm, framed £20 - £30 519. British School (mid 20th century), Nude Seated, oil on canvas, unsigned, 49cm x 39cm, framed £40 - £60 520. William Stanley Moore (1914-1997), Group of Five Landscapes, oil on canvas, unsigned, estate of Stanley Moore, 30cm x 49cm largest, unframed (5) £20 - £30 521. G. Demulder (20th century), Still Life of Geraniums, oil on canvas, signed, 60cm x 80cm, framed £80 - £100

527 527. A large walnut Ambergs Patent cabinet letter file, with thirty drawers, circa 1900, 184cm high, 87cm wide, 35cm deep £1500 - £2000

522. Peter Coulthard, (b.1949), Summer’s End in the Strathconon Forest, oil on canvas, signed, 50cm x 76cm, framed £300 - £500

FURNITURE AND CLOCKS 523. A George III style oak dresser and rack, the three bay base below three drawers, panelled sides, 175cm wide, 200cm high, 50cm deep, note: made by Lion House of Moreton In Marsh £300 - £500 524. A Victorian carved mahogany swing toilet mirror, the shield shaped bevelled glass with Prince of Wales feathers and open garland carving, supported on two foliated S scroll harms, ogee serpentine base with two lidded compartments, 72cm wide, 74cm high £80 - £120 525. 19th Century cross-framed stool, spiral turned stretcher on carved scroll feet, 39cm high £40 - £60 526. A George III oak and pine dresser and rack, the three bay base with central kneehole flanked by cupboards, below two drawers, panelled sides, 132cm wide, 206cm high, 39cm deep £200 - £300

528 528. A pair of two George I style walnut open armchairs, floral needlework upholstery, with cabriole legs terminating in pad feet, 94cm high (2) £200 - £300 529. A Louis XV style ormolu mounted rosewood bonheur du jour, the mechanical pull out drawer opening the domed pigeon holed interior, with fall front slope, set with a Romantic oil painting of courting scene, shelves and marble set galleried top, on cabriole legs, 80cm wide, 107cm high, 56cm deep £200 - £300 530. A French Art Nouveau cabinet, circa 1900, the tapered triangular form body, flanked by shelves, below double glazed door and an overhanging top, carved with friezes of floral motifs, a single drawer below, on four feet, 72cm wide, 113cm high, 42cm deep £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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531. 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 £70 - £100

CONTINENTAL CERAMICS 538. An Austrian Gmunden faience stein, circa 1800, polychrome painted with bird of prey on garden landscape, pewter lid and foot, 23cm high £80 - £120 539. Four German porcelain litre and half litre steins, painted and printed with various figural scenes, pewter mounts and lids, lithophane bases, 27.5cm high (4) £40 - £60 540. Three German litre and half litre steins including Ludwig Mory, Hauber and Reuther and another, incised and printed designs, Munich Child and tavern scenes, HR 404, 24cm high (3)£40 - £60 541. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, incised four panel hunters, number 1695, circa 1902, pewter mount and inset relief moulded lid, 24cm high £40 - £60

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542. 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) £40 - £70

532. Shapland and Petter, an Arts and Crafts mahogany and tile topped occasional table, model 1669, circa 1880, hexagonal form with turned legs united by ogee fretted and turned stretchers, maroon and pink tiles, 52.5cm diameter, 62cm high £80 - £120

543. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre Berlin stein, incised Berlin cityscape, number 2024, circa 1898, pewter mount and inset lid, 18cm high £40 - £60

533. A Gordon Russell Cotswold School oak double bed, circa 1929, headboard and footboard of four panel construction, oak possibly from Hinchwick Estate, with rails and mattress, headboard 100cm high, 144cm wide £200 - £400

544. C Gorig for Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a half litre stein, incised Hunters Tales, Es Lebe der Nimrod, number 1508, circa 1885, pewter mounted and inset lid, signed, 23cm high £40 - £70 545. 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 £100 - £150 546. A set of four Continental allegorical porcelain figures of the seasons, modelled as putti, 16cm high £180 - £220

534 534. Gordon Russell for Heals of London teak sideboard, circa 1950s, three drawers flanked by cupboards on tapered legs, button mark to top drawer, 141cm wide, 85cm high, 49cm deep £50 - £80 535. An Admiral Fitzroy rise and fall barometer, 19th century, oak framed, 105cm high £30 - £50 536. A 19th century black marble mantle clock, circa 1890, domed and bracketed, incised with gilt tooling, and set with red marble plaques, 34cm high, 55cm long £100 - £200 537. Hamburg American Clock Company, a Jugendstil oak bracket clock, of tapered plinth form with silvered strap decoration, the 6 inch dial embossed with Arabic numerals below an open arched pediment with galleried sides, encasing a bell, a marbled glass pane below, 36.5cm high, 24.5cm wide £150 - £250

547 547. A Sevres silver mounted porcelain vase, 19th century, angled baluster form, beaded and embossed with a laurel band to the foot, 10.5cm high £40 - £70 548. A late 18th Century Nevers Faience pottery plate, decorated with motifs of the French Revolution within a yellow scalloped and brown lined border, impressed mark, 24cm diameter £50 - £80

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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549. A 19th century maiolica twin handled medicine vase or jar, bulbous form, faience glazed and decorated in the Renaissance style with masks, leaves and swags and vacant cartouche, flanked by rope twist handles, painted mark, 21.5cm high £30 - £50

553. Sally Tuffin for Dennis China Works, a limited edition vase, 2009, shouldered form with wide brim, poppy design with motto Here is the Flower of Dreams for Thee, impressed marks and numbered 1 of 5, 35.5cm high £50 - £80 554. Philip Gibson for Moorcroft, a Collectors Club Blue Rhapsody vase, 2001, waisted form, impressed marks signed and numbered 468, 26cm high £40 - £70 555. Rachel Bishop for Moorcroft, a Foxglove vase, 1993, elongated inverse baluster form, impressed marks and WM monogram, 21cm high £40 - £70

560. Kerry Goodwin for Moorcroft, a Wetlands Emerald trial vase, 2012, ovoid form with everted rim, dragonflies and bull rush design, impressed and underglaze marks, 29cm diameter £500 - £600 561. Emma Bossons, Moorcroft for Liberty and Co., The Centenarians limited edition vase, 2002, number 21 of 100, baluster form, impressed and printed marks, signed, 29.5cm high £100 - £150 562. Michelle Martin for Moorcroft, a Guinevere limited edition vase, 2003, number 18 of 75, inverse baluster form, impressed marks, signed, 28cm high £80 - £120 563. Philip Gibson for Moorcroft, a Chatsworth limited edition vase, 2001, number 103 of 350, narrow necked baluster bottle form, impressed marks, £80 - £120 signed twice, 23.5cm high

550 564. Emma Bossons for Moorcroft, a Waddesdon Waters (Black Swan) limited edition vase, 2005, number 65 of 100, knop necked ships decanter form, impressed marks, signed twice, 24.5cm high £100 - £150

550. Paul Dachsel (Attributed) for Amphora, a Secessionist gres bijou jewelled vase, circa 1900, ovoid form, relief moulded with bands of rosettes and marbled cabochons above shield cartouches, highlighted and rimmed in gilt, 13cm high £30 - £50

565. Philip Gibson for Moorcroft, a Collectors Club Wisteria vase, 1998, shouldered form, impressed marks, number 111, 16cm high £50 - £80

MOORCROFT 551. Sally Tuffin for Dennis China Works, a limited edition vase, 2009, shouldered form, carnation and fish design, impressed marks and numbered 4 of 5, 21cm high £30 - £50 552. Sally Tuffin for Dennis China Works, a limited edition pot and cover, 2008, with leaping fish finial, impressed marks and numbered 1 of 5, 15.5cm high £30 - £50

556 556. Kerry Goodwin for Moorcroft, a limited edition Can Can Birds vase, 2006, number 88 of 200, double gourd form, impressed marks, signed, 29cm high £80 - £120

566. Rachel Bishop for Moorcroft, a Winds of Change limited edition jug, 1999, number 53 of 100, conical form with angular handle, impressed marks and signed, 24cm high Note: originally sold by Liberty and Co. £50 - £80

557. Emma Bossons for Moorcroft, an Ariella limited edition vase, 2005, number 40 of 250, slender inverse baluster form, impressed marks, signed, 27cm high £80 - £120 558. Rachel Bishop for Moorcroft, a large Ryden Lane limited edition floor vase, circa 1997, baluster form, number 67 of 100, impressed marks and signatures, 68cm high £1000 - £1500 559. Shirley Hayes for Moorcroft, a Collectors Club Red Ribbons jug, circa 2005, conical form, with angled handle, impressed marks and signed, 24cm high £40 - £60

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567 567. Emma Bossons for Moorcroft, an Aquitaine limited edition vase, 2002, number 26 of 250, straight necked shouldered form, impressed marks and signed, 23.5cm high £70 - £100

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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569 568. Philip Gibson for Moorcroft, a Lagoon limited edition vase, 2005, number 4 of 100, narrow necked baluster bottle form, impressed marks and printed signature, 32cm high £150 - £200 569. Rachel Bishop for Moorcroft, a large Bullers Wood limited edition vase, 2001, number 5 of 10, shouldered form, impressed marks and signed, 53cm high £400 - £600 570. Rachel Bishop for Moorcroft, a Poppy vase, 1996, baluster form, impressed marks, 20cm high £40 - £70 571. Kerry Goodwin for Moorcroft, a Snapdragon Spell limited edition vase, 2005, number 24 of 50, twin handled amphora form, impressed marks and signed, 34cm high £400 - £600 572. Philip Gibson for Moorcroft, a Trout vase, 1998, slender shouldered and flared neck form, impressed marks, seconds, 42.5cm high £300 - £500 573. Emma Bossons for Moorcroft, a very large Montagnac limited edition prestige vase, 2000, number 40 of 100, ovoid shouldered form with flared neck, impressed marks and signed, 62cm high £600 - £800

571 574. Philip Gibson for Moorcroft, a Trout vase, 2002, conical ovoid shouldered form, impressed marks, seconds, 15cm high £80 - £120

580. Rachel Bishop for Moorcroft, a Collectors Club Centaurea vase, 2005, double gourd form, impressed marks, number 148, 23.5cm high £70 - £100

575. Philip Gibson for Moorcroft, a Trout vase, 1998, squat baluster form, impressed marks, WM monogram, 17cm high £80 - £120

581. Philip Gibson for Moorcroft, a limited edition Chatsworth Rose ginger jar, 2001, number 6 of 300, shouldered form, impressed marks, signed twice, 16cm high £40 - £70

576. Paul Hilditch for Moorcroft, a Blue Lagoon limited edition vase, 2010, number 67 of 150, narrow necked baluster bottle form, impressed marks, signed, 23.5cm high £70 - £100 577. Nicola Slaney for Moorcroft, an Anna Lily vase, 1998, twin handled amphora form, impressed marks, seconds, 26.5cm high £70 - £100 578. Emma Bossons for Moorcroft, a Knypersley vase, 2003, narrow necked baluster bottle form, impressed marks, 31.5cm high £80 - £120 579. Philip Richardson for Moorcroft, a Reeds at Sunset vase, circa 1998, footed trumpet form, impressed marks and monogram, 28cm high £80 - £120

582. Emma Bossons for Moorcroft, a Symphony lidded bonbonniere, Collectors Club 2003, twin handled pedestal chalice form, impressed marks and signed, 821, 23cm high, in box £70 - £100 583. Three small Moorcroft vases, Oberon by Rachel Bishop, Saadian by Shirley Hayes and Hellebore by Nicola Slaney, 1993 to 2001, baluster forms, impressed marks, all seconds, 10cm high (3) £40 - £70 584. A Moorcroft limited edition Morning Star vase, 2003, number 24 of 50, baluster form, blue on blue, impressed marks, signed indistinctly, 16cm high £40 - £60

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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585. Rachel Bishop for Moorcroft, a large poppy vase, 2007, baluster bottle form, impressed marks and signed, 42cm high £80 - £120

593. Sian Leeper for Moorcroft, a Cleopatra vase, 2000, squat baluster form, impressed marks, seconds, 11cm high £30 - £50

586. Emma Bossons for Moorcroft, a Queens Choice wall plaque, 2000, circular charger form with everted rim, impressed marks, 35.5cm diameter £40 - £70

594. Carol Lovatt for Moorcroft, a pair of Blue Leila vases, 2003, elongated inverse baluster form, impressed marks, 31cm high (2) £80 - £120

587. Sian Leeper for Moorcroft, a Cleopatra rectangular dish, 2000, impressed marks, in box, 20cm long £30 - £50 588. After William Moorcroft, a Moorcroft Centenary Yacht vase, 1996, ships decanter form with knopped neck, blue on blue, impressed marks and signed by John Moorcroft, number 1265, 24cm high £80 - £120 589. Carol Lovatt for Moorcroft, a Puffin lamp base and a vase, 1997, shouldered and squat baluster forms, impressed marks, seconds, 26cm high (2) £50 - £80 590. Carol Lovatt for Moorcroft, a Puffin clock, 1997, rectangular plinth form, impressed marks, seconds, 16cm high £30 - £50

595. Carol Lovatt for Moorcroft, three Blue Leila vases, 2003, ovoid and shouldered form, impressed marks, tallest 19cm high (3) £80 - £120 596. Emma Bossons for Moorcroft, a Harlequinade vase, 2003, elongated baluster bottle form, impressed marks, 23.5cm high £40 - £70 597. Carol Lovatt for Moorcroft, two Blue Florian Echo vases, 2003, inverse baluster form, impressed marks, 16cm and 10cm high (2) £50 - £80 598. Philip Gibson for Moorcroft, three small Chrysanthemum Blue on Blue vases, 2003, including two squat baluster and an ovoid vase, impressed marks, 7.5cm high (3) £40 - £60 599. Philip Gibson for Moorcroft, a Chrysanthemum Blue on Blue vase, 2003, inverse baluster form, impressed marks, 28cm high £40 - £70 600. Rachel Bishop for Moorcroft, a Blue on Blue vase, 2003, ships decanter form, impressed marks, signed, 24cm high £40 - £60 601. Philip Gibson for Moorcroft, a Blue on Blue Peony vase, 1999, squat baluster form, impressed marks, 18cm high £40 - £60

606 606. Walter Moorcroft, a Flambe Clematis vase, circa 1965, inverse baluster form, impressed marks and underglaze green monogram, 22.5cm high £80 - £120 607. Walter Moorcroft, an Orchid vase, circa 1960, waisted form, impressed marks and underglaze teal monogram, 21cm high £40 - £70 608. Walter Moorcroft, an Anemone vase, circa 1960, baluster form, pale green ground, impressed marks, sticker and underglaze teal monogram, 15.5cm high £40 - £70 609. Walter Moorcroft, a Flambe Anemone vase, circa 1950, spherical baluster form, impressed marks and underglaze green monogram, 20cm high £100 - £150

602. Kerry Goodwin for Moorcroft, a Woodstock limited edition vase, 2002, number 183 of 300, squat ovoid form, impressed marks and signed, 12.5cm high £50 - £80 591 591. Carol Lovatt for Moorcroft, a Puffin vase, 1997, angled baluster form with sweeping neck, impressed marks, 29.5cm high £60 - £80 592. Rachel Bishop for Moorcroft, an Islay vase, 1998, together with a Shirley Hayes, Saadian vase, 2001, ovoid and baluster forms, impressed marks, both seconds, 11cm and 8cm high (2) £50 - £80

603. Philip Gibson for Moorcroft, a Chrysanthemum Blue on Blue vase, 2003, elongated baluster bottle form, impressed marks, 23.5cm high £40 - £70 604. Four Moorcroft dishes, including Clematis and Lily designs, circa 1960 to 2002, 20cm long (4) £40 - £70 605. Rachel Bishop for Moorcroft, a Golden Lily vase, circa 1993, inverse baluster form, impressed marks, 26cm 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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610. Walter Moorcroft, a Flambe Orchid vase, circa 1960, shouldered form, impressed marks and underglaze blue monogram, 15.5cm high £70 - £100 611. Walter Moorcroft, a Flambe Orchid vase, circa 1960, angled bulbous form, impressed marks and underglaze blue monogram, 15.5cm high £60 - £80 612. Walter Moorcroft, Clematis vase, circa 1960, impressed marks and monogram, 13cm high

a Flambe ovoid form, underglaze £60 - £100

619. Walter Moorcroft, a Grape and Plum jardinière, circa 1980, footed beaker form, 18cm high £40 - £60 620. Walter Moorcroft, an Orchid vase, circa 1950, waisted form, impressed marks and underglaze teal monogram, 15cm high £40 - £70 621. Walter Moorcroft, a Hibiscus vase, circa 1960, baluster bottle form, green ground, impressed marks, 16cm high £30 - £50

629. Walter Moorcroft, a Hibiscus vase, circa 1960, ovoid form, green ground, impressed marks, Late Queen Mary sticker and underglaze green monogram, 18cm high £40 - £70 630. Walter Moorcroft, a Clematis bowl, circa 1970, blue ground, impressed marks and underglaze blue monogram, 16.5cm diameter £30 - £50 631. Walter Moorcroft, a small Columbine vase, circa 1955, footed ovoid form, impressed marks, 9cm high £30 - £50

613. Walter Moorcroft, a Clematis bowl and cover, circa 1970, footed with inverted sides, dark green, impressed marks, 15cm diameter £40 - £70

622 622. Walter Moorcroft, a Wild Arum Flambe vase, circa 1962, rounded beaker form, iridescent lustre glaze, impressed marks and underglaze blue monogram, 10cm high £50 - £80 623. Walter Moorcroft, an Anemone vase, circa 1945, bulbous form, yellow green ground, impressed marks, underglaze teal monogram, 13cm high £40 - £70 614 614. Walter Moorcroft, a Spring Flowers vase, circa 1950, shouldered form, impressed marks, 21.5cm high £60 - £80 615. Walter Moorcroft, a Freesia vase, circa 1960, shouldered ovoid form, impressed marks, Late Queen Mary sticker, 18cm high £40 - £60 616. Walter Moorcroft, three Clematis vases, circa 1960, shouldered and bulbous forms, impressed marks, one with Late Queen Mary sticker, 13cm high (3) £80 - £120 617. Walter Moorcroft, a New Clematis vase, circa 1959, shouldered form, impressed marks, 15.5cm high £40 - £70 618. Walter Moorcroft, an Anemone vase, circa 1960, baluster form, impressed marks and underglaze monogram, 19cm high £40 - £60

624. Walter Moorcroft, an Orchid vase, circa 1965, inverse baluster form, impressed marks and underglaze green monogram, 16cm high £30 - £50 625. Walter Moorcroft, a Clematis vase, circa 1960, squat baluster form, impressed marks and late Queen Mary sticker, 11cm high £40 - £70

632 632. Walter Moorcroft, a very large After the Storm limited edition vase, circa 1996-200, elongated inverse baluster form, impressed marks and signed W Moorcroft and dated twice, [19]96 and 6.III.2000, seconds, 52cm high £500 - £800

626. Walter Moorcroft, an Anemone jug, circa 1970s, footed baluster form, blue ground, impressed marks and underglaze teal monogram, 19cm high £40 - £60

633. Walter Moorcroft, a Clematis bowl, circa 1960, hemispherical form on cylindrical foot, impressed marks and late Queen Mary sticker, 14.5cm diameter £30 - £50

627. Walter Moorcroft, a large Hibiscus vase, circa 1970, shouldered form, coral on green, impressed marks and underglaze green monogram, 36.5cm high £60 - £100

634. Walter Moorcroft, an Anemone lamp base, circa 1970, angled baluster form, white ground, with original shade, base 20cm high, overall 45cm £40 - £70

628. Walter Moorcroft, a Hibiscus vase, circa 1960, squat baluster form, white ground, impressed marks, Late Queen Mary sticker and underglaze teal monogram, 13.5cm high £40 - £70

635. Walter Moorcroft, a Mushroom ginger jar and cover, circa 1980, ovoid form, impressed marks and underglaze green monogram, 16cm high £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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640. Walter Moorcroft, an Anemone vase, 1999, baluster form, impressed marks, signed in gold, seconds, 24cm high £30 - £50 641. Walter Moorcroft, two vases, Anemone and Clematis, circa 1960s, baluster form, impressed marks, 13.5cm high (2) £40 - £70 642. Walter Moorcroft, an Anemone vase, circa 1960, shouldered form, impressed marks, underglaze monogram and Late Queen Mary sticker, 19cm high £40 - £70 643. Walter Moorcroft, a Hibiscus vase, circa 1960, baluster form, impressed marks, underglaze green monogram and Late Queen Mary sticker, 21cm high £50 - £80 644. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a matched pair of Florian Blue Peacock vases, circa 1900, bulbous form with elongated neck and crimped rims, printed marks and underglaze green monograms, 17.5cm high (2) £300 - £500 644 645. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Florian Blue Poppy vase, circa 1902, waisted form with crimped rim, blue on blue, printed marks and underglaze green signature, 25cm high £100 - £150 646. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Florian Cornflower vase, circa 1900, knop necked bulbous bottle form, blue on blue, printed mark and underglaze green signature, 13cm high £80 - £120 647. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, three Aurelian Rose vessels, circa 1897, including teapot and two jugs, printed marks, 16cm high (3) £40 - £70 652

636. Walter Moorcroft, a Clematis jardinière, circa 1960, ovoid footed form, impressed marks and underglaze blue monogram, 12cm high £30 - £50 637. Walter Moorcroft, an Orchid lamp base, circa 1945, ovoid bottle form, with metal mounts, 60cm high to top of shade £100 - £150

638. Walter Moorcroft, two small vases, Hibiscus and Leaf and Berry, circa 1960, shouldered and inverse baluster forms, impressed marks, Late Queen Mary sticker to one, 10.5cm high (2) £30 - £50 639. Walter Moorcroft, a Hibiscus vase, 1990, baluster form, coral on green, impressed marks and monogram, 24cm high £40 - £60

648. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, an Eighteenth Century vase, circa 1908, slender waisted form with crimped rim, printed mark and underglaze green signature, 25cm high £60 - £80 649. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a matched pair of Green and Gold Florian Ware vases, circa 1903, bulbous form with wide crimped rim, printed marks and underglaze green monograms, 8.5cm high (2) £150 - £250

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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650 650. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a miniature Orange Poppy on mustard ground pepper pot, printed marks, 6.5cm high £100 - £150 651. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Spanish vase, circa 1912, waisted form, underglaze green signature, 15cm high £150 - £250 652. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Pomegranate on ochre bowl, circa 1910, rounded form with everted crimped rim, underglaze green signature, 25.5cm diameter £200 - £400 653. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, an Eighteenth Century on green vase, circa 1908, double gourd form with everted wide rim, blue and lime green ground, printed mark and underglaze green signature, 20cm high £100 - £150 654. William Moorcroft for Liberty and Co., a Tudric pewter mounted Eventide vase, circa 1925, footed trumpet form, stamped marks, 01310, 23.5cm high £1000 - £1500 655. William Moorcroft for Liberty & Co, a Wisteria Tudric pewter mounted three piece cruet, circa 1920, stamped marks, highest 6.5cm (3) £80 - £120 656. William Moorcroft for Liberty and Co., a Pomegranate on ochre biscuit box and cover, circa 1912, cuboid form with angled strap handles, printed marks and underglaze green signature, 17.5cm high £400 - £600 657. William Moorcroft for Liberty and Co., a Flamminian red vase, circa 1906, ogee necked baluster form, printed mark, underglaze green signature, 17cm high £40 - £60

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658. William Moorcroft for Liberty and Co., a small Flamminian red ginger jar, circa 1906, ovoid shouldered form with threaded neck, wooden lid, printed mark, underglaze green signature, 10cm high £50 - £80 659. William Moorcroft for Liberty and Co., a Flamminian red vase, circa 1906, footed ovoid shouldered form, printed mark, incised signature, 22cm high £100 - £200 660. William Moorcroft, a Leaf and Blackberry plate, circa 1930, circular with everted rim, impressed marks and facsimile signature, 26cm diameter £70 - £100 661. William Moorcroft, a Flambe Leaf tobacco box and cover, circa 1935, cylindrical drum form, impressed marks and facsimile, underglaze blue signature, paper label, 15cm diameter £80 - £120

663 663. William Moorcroft, a Freesia cup and saucer, circa 1935, rounded footed form, impressed marks and facsimile signature, 11cm diameter saucer £40 - £70 664. William Moorcroft, a Wisteria on blue vase, circa 1920, inverse baluster form, impressed marks and underglaze blue monogram, 14cm high £40 - £70

662. William Moorcroft, a Flambe vase, circa 1928, shouldered form, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 26cm high £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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665. William Moorcroft, a Wisteria on blue ashtray, circa 1920, footed form with metal mount, impressed marks, 10cm diameter £20 - £40 666. William Moorcroft, a Wisteria on blue vase, circa 1920, waisted bulbous form, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 17cm high £60 - £100 667. William Moorcroft, a Pansy on blue vase, circa 1920, bulbous bottle form, impressed marks and underglaze green monogram, 16cm high £40 - £70

674. William Moorcroft, a small Anemone bowl, circa 1935, squat footed form with inverted rim, impressed marks and facsimile signature, 12cm diameter £30 - £50

684. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate on ochre vase, circa 1913, double ogee gourd form with flared neck, number marks and underglaze green signature, 17cm high £200 - £300

675. William Moorcroft, a Leaf and Berry vase, circa 1935, footed form, impressed marks and facsimile, underglaze green monogram, 15.5cm high £50 - £80

685. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate vase, 1918, bulbous baluster form with flared neck, impressed Burslem marks and underglaze green signature, 24cm high £200 - £300

676. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate vase, circa 1925, shouldered form with rounded neck, impressed marks and underglaze blue monogram, 17cm high £100 - £200

686. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate on ochre and blue vase, circa 1915, shouldered form, impressed Burslem marks and underglaze green signature, 31.5cm high £200 - £300 687. William Moorcroft, a Wisteria vase, circa 1914, shouldered form, impressed Burslem marks and underglaze green signature, 25.5cm high £150 - £250 688. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate vase, circa 1928, shouldered form, impressed marks and underglaze green signature, 32cm high £200 - £300

677 668 668. William Moorcroft, a Flambe Leaf and Berry vase, circa 1926, inverse baluster form, impressed marks and underglaze blue monogram, 17cm high £40 - £70 669. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate on ochre plate, circa 1914, circular, impressed Burslem marks and underglaze green signature, 21.5cm diameter £60 - £80 670. William Moorcroft, a Pansy on blue vase, circa 1920, inverse baluster form, impressed marks and underglaze blue monogram, 19cm high £60 - £80 671. William Moorcroft, an Orchid bowl and cover, circa 1935, squat form with flat cover, spherical knop, impressed marks and facsimile signature, 16.5cm diameter £60 - £80 672. William Moorcroft, a Wisteria on blue bowl, circa 1923, shallow footed form, the exterior with white and blue ground, impressed marks and underglaze green signature, 23.5cm diameter £80 - £120 673. William Moorcroft, a graduated teal biscuit barrel, circa 1935, rounded form with spherical knop, impressed marks and facsimile signature, underglaze blue monograms, 17cm high £40 - £70

677. William Moorcroft, a large Pomegranate twin handled vase, circa 1920, rounded footed form, impressed marks and underglaze green signature, 26.5cm high, 38cm wide £100 - £200 678. William Moorcroft, a Flambe vase, circa 1930, bulbous bottle form, impressed marks and underglaze blue monogram, 20.5cm high £30 - £50 679. Walter Moorcroft, a Clematis vase, circa 1950, inverse baluster form, green draining to blue, impressed marks and facsimile signature, underglaze green monogram, 15.5cm high £50 - £80 680. William Moorcroft, a Wisteria on blue bowl, circa 1920, shallow flared form, impressed marks and underglaze green mark, 21.5cm diameter £50 - £100

689. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate vase, circa 1915, bulbous baluster form, impressed Burslem marks and underglaze green signature, 26.5cm high £200 - £300 690. William Moorcroft, a Leaf and Berry vase, circa 1940, ovoid form with flared neck, impressed marks and underglaze green monogram, 20cm high £100 - £150 691. William Moorcroft, a Pansy on blue vase, circa 1920, bulbous baluster form, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 23cm high £100 - £150 692. William Moorcroft, a Pansy on blue vase, circa 1925, bulbous baluster form, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 23cm high £120 - £180

681. William Moorcroft, a small Pomegranate on blue vase, circa 1928, shouldered form, impressed mark and underglaze green monogram, 11cm high £30 - £50 682. William Moorcroft, a Spanish jug, circa 1914, conical form, impressed Burslem marks, 16.5cm high £100 - £150 683. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate vase, circa 1935, inverse baluster form, impressed marks and facsimile, underglaze blue monogram, 18cm high £100 - £150

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693. William Moorcroft, a Pansy on blue vase, circa 1920, inverse baluster form, impressed marks and underglaze blue monogram, 16cm high £50 - £80

700. William Moorcroft, a Pansy on blue vase, circa 1925, baluster form, impressed marks and underglaze blue monogram, 12cm high £60 - £100

694. William Moorcroft, a Pansy on blue pot and cover, circa 1935, cylindrical form, impressed marks and facsimile, underglaze teal monogram, 9cm high £40 - £70

701. William Moorcroft, a small Pomegranate vase, circa 1925, baluster form, impressed marks and underglaze green monogram, 12cm high £30 - £50

695. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate on ochre and blue vase, circa 1920, twin handled amphora form, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 21cm high £150 - £250 696. William Moorcroft, a Wisteria on blue vase, circa 1920, angled baluster form, impressed marks and underglaze green signature, 26cm high £120 - £180 697. William Moorcroft, a Pansy on blue bowl, circa 1935, footed form, impressed marks and facsimile, underglaze blue monogram, 16cm diameter £40 - £70 698. William Moorcroft, a Pansy on blue vase, circa 1925, elongated inverse baluster form, impressed marks and underglaze teal monogram, 20cm high £60 - £80 699. William Moorcroft, a Pansy on blue plate, circa 1928, circular with everted rim, impressed marks and underglaze green monogram, 22m diameter £50 - £80

702. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate on blue vase, circa 1915, flared neck baluster form, impressed Burslem mark and underglaze green monogram, 17cm high £60 - £80 703. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate on blue vase, circa 1925, shouldered form, impressed marks and underglaze teal signature, 17cm high £60 - £80 704. William Moorcroft, a small Flambe Leaf and Berry vase, circa 1930, inverse baluster form, impressed marks and facsimile signature, 10.5cm high £80 - £120

708 708. William Moorcroft, a small Pansy of celadon and blue vase, circa 1914, inverse baluster form, impressed Burslem marks and underglaze green monogram, £80 - £120 10cm high

705. William Moorcroft, a Leaf and Berry candlestick, circa 1935, splayed form, impressed marks and facsimile signature, 9cm high £40 - £70 706. William Moorcroft, an Anemone vase, circa 1938, bulbous form, impressed marks and facsimile signature, underglaze teal monogram, 13cm high £50 - £80

709 709. William Moorcroft, a Wisteria vase, circa 1920, baluster form, impressed marks and underglaze teal monogram, 12cm high £60 - £100

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700

707. William Moorcroft, a small Pomegranate vase, circa 1914, ovoid form, impressed Burslem marks and underglaze green signature, 7cm high £80 - £120

710. William Moorcroft vase, circa 1930, bulbous with everted rim, Flambe lustre glaze, impressed marks and facsimile signature, 24cm high £80 - £120 711. William Moorcroft, a Wildflower vase, circa 1936, shouldered form, ochre draining to blue, impressed marks and facsimile, underglaze teal signature, 25cm high £120 - £180

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716. William Moorcroft, a small Claremont vase, circa 1920, squat ovoid form, impressed marks and underglaze blue monogram, 8.5cm high £200 - £400 717. William Moorcroft, a matched pair of Cornflower vases, 1913, slender necked bulbous form, impressed marks and underglaze green signatures, 26cm high (2) £400 - £600 718. William Moorcroft, an Eventide cake plate, circa 1925, everted rim and plated loop handle, impressed marks and underglaze blue monogram, 22cm diameter, £150 - £200

712 712. William Moorcroft, a Wildflower vase, circa 1936, inverse baluster form, ochre draining to blue, impressed marks and facsimile, underglaze blue signature, 25cm high £120 - £180 713. William Moorcroft, a Pansy on white vase, circa 1918, shouldered form, impressed marks and underglaze green signature, 27.5cm high £120 - £180

719. William Moorcroft, a Claremont vase, circa 1920, baluster form, impressed marks and underglaze green signature, 21cm high £300 - £500 721 720. William Moorcroft, a Cornflower vase, circa 1914, twin handled double gourd form, impressed Burslem marks and underglaze green signature, 24.5cm high £1600 - £1800

721. Christopher Dresser for Minton, an Aesthetic Movement vase, circa 1870, twin handled moonflask form, enamelled in relief with wild flowers on a blue ground the handles with stylised acanthus motifs, stamped marks, 20cm high £120 - £180

714. William Moorcroft, a Flambe Toadstool or Claremont vase, circa 1930, squat angled baluster form with trumpet neck, impressed marks and underglaze blue monogram, 15.5cm high £300 - £500

715 715. William Moorcroft, a small Claremont vase, circa 1920, inverse baluster form, impressed marks 10.5cm high £200 - £400

720

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722 722. A Royal Worcester Aesthetic Movement Chinese charger, 1878, in the form of a Qianlong cloisonne enamelled plate, black ground with foliate scroll, lotus and phoenix decoration, puce and impressed marks, 36cm diameter £150 - £250

724

725

724. Christopher Dresser (attributed) for Watcombe, an art pottery terracotta jug, circa 1885, rounded conical form, jewelled and enamelled geometric bands, highlighted in gilt, impressed W mark, 15cm high £40 - £70

725. Christopher Dresser for Watcombe, an Aesthetic Movement terracotta jug, 1872, angled geometric baluster form with bands of milled fluting, the spout with triangular stepped moulding, pewter mount and lid, printed and impressed marks, 18cm high £100 - £150

723 723. James Hadley for Royal Worcester, an Aesthetic Movement Chinese vase, 1878, twin handled and footed shouldered pebble form, painted and gilded with leaf and fern specimens, below a key bordered foot, the handles relief moulded in the Oriental style with seed husks on scrolling clouds, puce mark, incised 362, 17cm high Note: contemporary with Christopher Dresser’s designs for Minton, similar examples of the Chinese range designed by Hadley appear in the British Museum £80 - £120

726 726. Cassandra Annie Walker for Della Robbia, an art pottery twin handled vase, 1905, cylindrical albarello form, painted with leaf fronds on a trailing foliated ground, the handles relief moulded with masks, incised marks, 38cm high £800 - £1200

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727. C H Brannam vase, circa 1910, baluster form, yellow treacle glaze with a cartouche of an owl, impressed mark, 21cm high £30 - £50

733. Leon Solon and John Wadsworth for Minton, a pair of Secessionist vases, number 33, shouldered bottle form, turquoise ground with tubelined flowers emanating from vines, 19cm high (2) £120 - £180 734. George Cartlidge for S Hancock and Sons, a Morris Ware vase, ogee gourd form, relief moulded with thistles in the Arts and Crafts style, printed marks and signed, 16.5cm high £40 - £70

731

728 728. William Baron, a Barnstaple art pottery vase, gourd form with three wrythen strap handles, incised with foliate decoration, 14cm high £30 - £50

731. Edmund Harry Elton for Sunflower Pottery, an Elton Ware vase, squat gourd form, incised and moulded with a flowering vine, on a marbled green blue ground, the inverted rim with three lips, 16cm high £30 - £50

735 735. John Pearson, an Arts and Crafts painted bowl and cover, twin handled pedestal form, decorated with dragonflies and birds amongst foliage, with purple lustre scrolls, the finial in the form of a strawberry, 22cm high £200 - £300

732 729 729. C H Brannam, a grotesque moulded art pottery chamber stick, 1891, modelled as a griffon, incised marks, 11.5cm high £50 - £80

732. A pair of Longwy cloisonne pottery spill vases, cylindrical form, incised and relief moulded with herons or storks in a watery scene of prunus blossom and lotus flowers, painted marks D206, 23.5cm high (2) £80 - £120

736. William De Morgan, a Persian twin handled vase, ovoid form, painted with fish on a watery ground, in blue and turquoise, painted marks, 24cm high £1500 - £2000 737. A Doulton Lambeth stoneware water filter, circa 1890, with relief moulded classical putti between acanthus leaf borders, with carbon filters, impressed marks, 33cm high £60 - £80 738. Two Doulton Lambeth stoneware water filters, circa 1890, one with relief moulded floral design, the other relief moulded geometric decoration Siliconware, with carbon filters, impressed marks, 36cm high (2) £60 - £80 739. A Doulton Lambeth vase, circa 1895, tube lined floral and foliate decoration, impressed marks, 22cm high £40 - £60

730 730. William Baron, a Barnstaple Art Pottery teapot and a pink jug, circa 1900, blue glazed squat ovoid form, with side handle and ribbon finial, incised marks and number, 84, the jug pink and green mottled, incised 316, teapot 16cm wide, jug 10cm high (2) £30 - £50

733

740. A Doulton Lambeth jardiniere, circa 1890, Slaters patent with blackberry, floral and foliate decoration, impressed marks, 19cm high £40 - £60

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741. A Doulton Lambeth commemorative jug, dated 1884, celebrating General Gordon’s various battles, impressed marks, 19cm high £30 - £50 742. A Doulton Lambeth commemorative jug, 1897, celebrating Queen Victoria’s golden jubilee 18371897, 23cm high £40 - £60

749. Mina Crawley for Doulton, a Faience vase, bulbous form with an elongated neck and foliated S scroll handle, decorated with floral and berry alternating panels between foliate borders, stamped and impressed marks, 32cm high £80 - £120

743. A Doulton Lambeth Isobath inkwell, circa 1890, relief moulded with foliate cartouche design, impressed marks, 15cm high £80 - £120

753

750 750. Emily Partington for Doulton Lambeth, a pair of stoneware candlesticks, circa 1890, baluster form, applied decoration with acanthus leaves and lozenges and spiral twist stems, impressed marks, 30cm high £100 - £150 751. Edith Lupton for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware oil lamp, dated 1882, trophy form, incised geometric foliate design, twin brass handles, Taylor and Parsons burner, impressed marks, 23cm high to burner base £100 - £150 744

754. Emily Stormer for Doulton Lambeth, a three handled tyg, dated 1884, incised foliate decoration, with metal rim, impressed marks,16.5cm high £80 - £120 755. Eliza Simmance for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware vase, baluster form with everted rim, circa 1890, raised and applied decoration, pate sur pate panel around the neck, with geometric borders, impressed marks, 30cm high £100 - £200 756. Eliza Simmance for Doulton Lambeth and Art Union of London, a vase twin handled and lidded trophy form, circa 1895, pate sur pate and applied floral decoration, impressed marks, 30cm high £80 - £120

744. Doulton Lambeth stoneware water filter, circa 1890, relief moulded geometric decoration, with carbon filter, impressed marks and monogrammed, 42cm high £100 - £150 745. A Doulton Lambeth stoneware water filter, circa 1890, with relief moulded classical domestic scenes acanthus leaf borders, with carbon filters, impressed marks, 35cm high £60 - £80

757. Eliza Simmance for Doulton Lambeth and Art Union of London, a vase of baluster form, circa 1895, raised and incised scroll decoration between geometric borders, impressed marks, 20cm high £60 - £80

746. A near pair of Doulton Lambeth stoneware vases, circa 1910, double gourd form with painted stylised foliate decoration, 15cm high (2) £40 - £60

758. Eliza Simmance for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware jug, baluster form, dated 1887, raised fruit and branches on a stippled ground decoration between geometric borders, impressed marks, 20cm high £60 - £80

747. A pair of Doulton Lambeth vases, circa 1920, inverse baluster form with raised cartouches of stylised carnations, impressed marks, 18cm high (2) £40 - £60 752 748. William Parker for Doulton Lambeth, a jardiniere squat ovoid with an everted rim form, dated 1884, pushed out scrolling foliate decoration, impressed marks, 26cm diameter £100 - £150

753. Frank Butler for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware vase, dated 1897, baluster form, double walled scroll pattern, impressed marks, 14.5cm high £100 - £150

752. Edith Lupton for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware oil lamp, dated 1882, baluster form, incised geometric foliate design, twin brass handles and Hinks Duplex burner, ceramic 29cm high £100 - £150

759. Frank Butler for Doulton Lambeth, a vase of slender, dated 1903, tubed lined sinuous and spiralling decoration, impressed marks, 26cm high £100 - £150

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764

760. Francis Pope for Doulton Lambeth, circa 1920, a vase of gourd form with applied decoration, with a Slaters patent vase, tube lined flora and foliate decoration, impressed marks, tallest 16cm high (2) £20 - £30 761. Arthur Barlow for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware jug, bulbous form, circa 1871, incised and applied foliate decoration, impressed marks, 12cm high £40 - £60 762. George Tinworth for Doulton Lambeth a cheese dome, dated 1880, decorated with seaweed design between acanthus leaf borders, associated carved wood and marble base, 27cm high £100 - £150 763. Hannah Barlow for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware biscuit barrel, 1879, cylindrical form, sgraffito decorated with children and sheep in a cottage landscape, between raised borders, silver plated mounts, 23cm high £1000 - £1500 764. Hannah Barlow for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware biscuit barrel, 1882, cylindrical form, sgraffito decrorated with Irish wolfhounds, between tooled and incised borders, plated mounts, 18cm high £1000 - £1500 765. Hannah Barlow for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware vase, footed shouldered form with flared neck, sgraffito decorated with children and donkeys, incised monograms, 35.5cm high £400 - £600

766 766. Hannah Barlow for Doulton Lambeth, a pair of stoneware vases, dated 1903, baluster form, incised with panels of deer highlighted in white slip, stylised foliate borders, impressed marks, 32cm high £250 - £350 767. Hannah Barlow for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware twin handled vase, circa 1890, decorated with a panel of sheep and donkeys between scrolling foliate and acanthus leaf borders, signed to base and panel, stamped and incised marks, 27.5cm £400 - £600

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773. Ruskin a pair of crystalline glaze candlesticks, circa 1930, hexagonal flared form, impressed marks, 20cm high (2) £40 - £60

768 768. Florence Barlow for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware vase, dated 1906, two panels of budgerigars on a stipple ground with art nouveau sinuous borders, impressed marks, 29cm high £200 - £300 769. Florence Barlow for Doulton Lambeth a vase, dated 1903, baluster form with pate sur pate sparrows among tube lined grasses, impressed marks, 28cm high £100 - £150 770. Florence Barlow for Doulton Lambeth a vase, circa 1910, baluster form with swallows seated on telegraph wires and in flight, printed marks, 26cm high £60 - £80 771. William Howson Taylor, a Ruskin souffle glazed vase, circa 1910, Meiping form, with painted vines to the shoulder, scissor marks, 22cm high £80 - £120

774 774. Charles Noke and Harry Nixon for Royal Doulton, a Chang vase, ogee ovoid form, heavily glazed over iridescent flambe, painted marks, 18.5cm high £1000 - £1500 775. Royal Doulton veined Flambe vase, circa 1960, bulbous form with elongated neck, printed marks, 25cm high £20 - £30 776. Annie Ollier for Bernard Moore, an iridescent lustre type vase, Meiping baluster form, painted with scrolling foliate flowers below a lappet border, painted marks, 24cm high £500 - £800

777 777. Daisy Makeig Jones for Wedgwood, a hummingbird lustre bowl, Z5294, rounded form with conical everted rim, 18.5cm diameter £40 - £70

772 772. A Ruskin High Fired vase, 1933, squat rounded conical form with everted neck, speckled green over red and grey, 11.5cm high £700 - £1000

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786. A Coalport jewelled coffee cup and saucer, the fluted cup gilded and enamelled with turquoise and raised gilt dots throughout, saucer 9cm diameter £150 - £200

781

778 778. Frederick Rhead for Foley, an Intarsio twin handled vase, bottle kiln form with comma scroll handles, painted to each side with Elsinore castle and Hamlet with a quote from Act V scene II, Dost know this water-fly?, 18.5cm high £80 - £120

781. Freda Beardmore for Foley, a Harrods Exhibition coffee pot, 1934, pear baluster form, painted with orange flowers, below a band of interlocking crescents, printed marks, 17.5cm high £40 - £70 782. Paragon commemorative wares for Neville Chamberlain the Peacemaker, 1938, to commemorate the Munich Peace Conference prior to the outbreak of World War II, including plate, two cups and a saucer (4) £80 - £120

787 787. A Coalport jewelled coffee cup and saucer, the wrythen reeded body with panels of turquoise enamelled beads on gilt, alternating with pearl painted rosettes, saucer 9cm diameter £150 - £200

783. Derek Emms, a studio pottery porcelain box and cover, flattened ovoid form, painted with stylised leaves to the lid, within a gilt band, concentric rings to the body, painted monogram, 12cm diameter £20 - £30

BRITISH CERAMICS 784. Albion Birks for Minton, a pate sur pate coffee can, the central roundel with putto in vines, between gilt bands, 6.5cm high £100 - £150

779

788

779. Frederick Rhead for Foley, an Intarsio ewer, the spherical drum body painted with PreRaphaelite queen and Athena busts, on a knopped footed base, with tapered vertical neck and spout, decorated with floral motifs, 26.5cm high £100 - £200

788. A Royal Worcester blush ivory ewer, 1905, pedestal ovoid form with Grecian helmet spout, painted with hanging flowers, highlighted in raised gilt, puce mark, 34cm high £100 - £150

780. Eric Slater for Shelley, a Harmony preserve pot and a footed bowl, the jam pot and cover in the form of an apple, banded in orange and browns, the bowl of squat ovoid form, painted in graduated shades of green, 17.5cm diameter (2) £20 - £40

785 785. A Coalport jewelled coffee cup and saucer, the fluted cup painted with a central vignette of watery landscape, orange enamelled dots throughout, saucer 9cm diameter £150 - £200

789. David A Whatmore for Royal Worcester, a pheasant painted gilt cabinet plate, within a heavily tooled and gilded ground of foliate scrolls and lappets, signed, gold footrim, 23.5cm diameter £150 - £250

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792. Horace Price for Royal Worcester, a fruit painted cabinet plate, 1926, within a gilt foliate and trellis border on powder blue ground, 24cm diameter £200 - £300 793. Horace Price for Royal Worcester, a fruit painted cabinet plate, 1926, within a gilt foliate and trellis border on powder blue ground, 24cm diameter £200 - £300

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794

790. George Owen and Harry Chair for Royal Worcester, a reticulated pedestal vase, 1898, ogee gourd form, the handles, shoulder and foot pierced with geometric bands and jewelled in gilt, painted with rose garland swags below Rococo gilt scroll cartouches, puce marks, 12.5cm high £600 - £800

794. A Royal Worcester Grainger and Co. reticulated pot pourri and cover, chamfered rectangular twin handled boat form with pierced panels of foliate scrolls, the lid similarly decorated with acanthus moulded finial, highlighted in gilt, 11.5cm long £80 - £120

795

791

795. David A Whatmore for Royal Worcester, a pheasant painted gilt cabinet plate, within a heavily tooled and gilded ground of foliate scrolls and lappets, signed, gold footrim, 23.5cm diameter £150 - £250

791. William Bee for Royal Worcester, a fruit painted panel twin handled vase and cover, 1922, pedestal ovoid shouldered form, the central roundel within raised gilt foliate cartouche, on a powder blue ground, 32.5cm high £200 - £300

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810. Phoebe Stabler for Royal Worcester, a figure group Boy on Boar, 1931, model 2882, 9cm high £100 - £150 811. Cuthbert Gresley for Royal Crown Derby, a floral painted vase and cover, pedestal cylindrical Campana form, relief moulded acanthus lappets and reeded onion domed lid, decorated with a floral bouquet within tooled gilt cartouche, signed, 15.5cm high £80 - £120

796 796. D Fuller for Royal Worcester, a fruit painted cup, cover and stand, twin handled flared form with relief moulded pineapple finial, gilded to the saucer exterior, approx. 17cm high £300 - £500

806 806. A Royal Worcester figure, Walter Raleigh, in a different colourway, impressed and puce marks, 786, S12, 16.5cm high £80 - £120

797. Telford for Royal Worcester, a still life painted plaque, circular form, with goblet and flowers, signed, 10cm diameter, framed £150 - £250 798. A pair of Royal Worcester Bonzo salt or pepper pots, 1930, modelled as the dog, puce marks, 8cm high £80 - £120 799. A Royal Worcester candle snuffer, Town Girl, 1880, modelled with a pink bonnet and fan, green marks, 13.5cm high £100 - £150 800. James Hadley for Royal Worcester, a pair of figures, Welsh Man and Woman, model 1875, circa 1911, painted in floral costumes, turquoise, pink and brown, 18cm high (2) £100 - £200 801. James Hadley for Royal Worcester, two figures, Irishman and Welsh Woman, models 1875 and 835, in shot enamels colourway, 18cm high £80 - £120 802. A Royal Worcester Bonzo dog, 1930, modelled as the dog, puce marks, 7cm high £70 - £100

807 807. Shuck for Royal Worcester, a fruit painted miniature teapot, cannon ball form, 10cm long £80 - £120 808. Doris Lindner for Royal Worcester, Stroller and Marion Coakes, painted porcelain figure on wooden base, number 109, with certificate, 30cm high £200 - £300 809. F Doughty for Royal Worcester, a Children of the Nations figure, Japan, 1958, 8.5cm high £40 - £70

812. Cuthbert Gresley for Royal Crown Derby, a large floral painted panel vase, twin handled ovoid form, relief moulded Art Nouveau style tendrils to the rim, open foliate entwined handles with ribbed fin terminals, above enamelled and gilt wild flowers, the raised gilt paste cartouches with bouquets to each, on four feet, signed to each panel, 41cm high £300 - £500 813. Leslie Johnson for Royal Doulton, a painted plaque, after Gainsborough’s Georgiana Duchess of Devonshire, signed, 12cm x 8cm, framed £150 - £200 814. R Holdcroft for Royal Doulton, a hand-painted vase titled ‘Good Health’, circa 1930, printed marks to base, 30cm high £250 - £350

803. James Hadley for Royal Worcester, three figures from the Down and Out series, circa 1874, impressed marks, 16cm high (3) £100 - £150

815. Edward Raby for Doulton Burslem, a Luscian Ware floral painted vase, twin handled ovoid form, heavily gilded in relief with whiplash wrythen handles, decorated with tulips, signed, 31cm high £300 - £500

804. A collection of Royal Worcester figures, including dogs and foxes (16) £80 - £120 805. A collection of Royal Worcester candle snuffers, including Jenny Lind, monk etc. (9) £80 - £120

812

810

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816. A Minton jardiniere stand, 1889, Tuscan column form, canary yellow ground with blue and white transfer floral and foliate decoration, between Greek key, lappet and scroll borders, 30cm diameter, 68.5cm high £150 - £250

823 823. A Belleek first period egg stand, basket weave design with hand and ring finial, with six vacant egg cup holders, 17.5cm diameter £50 - £80

817

824. A Belleek Cone part tea set, second period, brown tinted, lobed and relief moulded pine cone form, including teapot, jug, bowl, tea cup and three saucers, highlighted in gilt, teapot 19.5cm long (7) £100 - £200

817. A Belleek Five O’Clock Tea Set, second period, including teapot, jug, bowl, six cups and six saucers, teapot 19cm long (15) £80 - £120

825. A Belleek first period Tridacna tea set, highlighted in pink, including teapot, jug, bowl, six saucers and six cups (2 second period, 4 first period), printed marks (15) £100 - £200

818. A Belleek Hexagon tea set, second period with two cups and saucers of the first period, green tinted, including tray, teapot, jug, bowl, eight saucers, seven cups, the teapot 19cm long (19) £100 - £150

826. A Belleek first period pedestal centrepiece or comport, modelled with three scallop shell dishes between horses, 24cm high, 26cm diameter £60 - £100

819. A Belleek first period Echinus tray, oval form, plain glaze, printed mark and registration, 39cm long £40 - £70

827. A collection of Belleek baskets and Shamrock tray, three and four strand woven form, impressed marks and black second period mark to the tray, 45.5cm long £50 - £80 828. A Belleek florally encrusted jardiniere, ovoid form, supported on three scroll and shell moulded bracket feet, the body half reeded and applied with birds in flowering branches, below a denticulated rim, 27cm high £60 - £80

820 820. A pair of Belleek first period Clam Shell salt cellars and spoons, realistically modelled on orange coral bases, the spoons also in the form of shells, impressed marks, 8cm diameter £100 - £200 821. A Belleek florally encrusted lustre vase, second period, twin handled bulbous form with wrythen fluted and crimped neck, the handles pierced, printed mark, 23cm high £30 - £50 822. A Belleek Neptune part tea set, second period marks, green tinted, including teapot, bowl, four cups, four saucers and a yellow coral tinted tray, teapot 21cm long (11) £80 - £120

829 829. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, a Kingsware Jester clock case, with verse, relief moulded of ogee pedestal bracket form, raised quote from Shakespeare’s As You Like It, ‘Thus may we see how the world wags’, 14cm high £100 - £150

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830. A Royal Doulton Blue Children vase, inverse baluster form, 47cm high £200 - £300 831. A Royal Doulton large character jug, Santa Claus doll handle, unfinished white hat, Royal Doulton marks (seconds) £50 - £70

834. Leslie Harradine for Royal Doulton, a rare prototype Biddy Penny Farthing figure, variation of HN1843, dated 1942, modelled without balloons, purple shirt, 24cm high Provenance: probably the same figure mentioned in Eyles, Dennis and Irvine’s Royal Doulton Figure, Stoke on Trent: 1987, p.316; Thomas Wallis and Co., Holborn Circus, 1943 £200 - £400

837 837. Leslie Harradine for Royal Doulton, a Betty first version figure, model 282, circa 1921, in a different colourway, black and white, incised number, printed mark, 20cm high £200 - £400 832 832. A Royal Doulton miniature character jug, Pearly Boy, red and yellow scarf, pearlescent buttons, printed mark, 6cm high £300 - £500 833. A Royal Doulton miniature character jug, Pearly Boy, brown buttons, printed mark, 6cm high £40 - £70 835 835. Lawrence Perugini for Royal Doulton, A Child’s Grace figure, HN62A, No.9, circa 1916, modelled as a girl on a plinth with verse by Herrick, painted marks, 22cm high £800 - £1200

838 838. Leslie Harradine for Royal Doulton, a Betty second version figure, HN1405, circa 1930, painted marks, 11.5cm high £200 - £400

836 834

836. A Royal Doulton Champion Godworth Victor figure of a dalmatian dog, HN1111, 31.5cm long £100 - £200

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845. A Royal Doulton Kingsware Bonnie Prince Charlie whisky jug, bulbous ovoid flagon form, with original contents and stopper, printed marks, 18cm high £60 - £80 846. A Royal Doulton figure of a Cavalier King Charles spaniel, HN127, modelled sitting, 9.5cm high £80 - £120

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839. Leslie Harradine for Royal Doulton, a prototype colourway figure, Mr Micawber, model 380, with grey trousers, green mustard waistcoat and pink socks, 18cm high £80 - £120

842. Leslie Harradine for Royal Doulton, an Art Deco figure The Swimmer, HN1326, circa 1928, marbled pink and purple colouration, painted and printed marks, 19.5cm high £80 - £120

847 847. Leslie Harradine for Royal Doulton, The Courtier, figure HN1338, circa 1929, painted marks, 12cm high £80 - £120

840 840. Leslie Harradine for Royal Doulton, a Scotties figure, HN1349, circa 1928, painted and printed marks, 14.5cm high £150 - £250 841. Leslie Harradine for Royal Doulton, The Mask, figure HN657, circa 1924, blue and purple, painted marks, 17.5cm high £80 - £120

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843 843. Leslie Harradine for Royal Doulton, an Art Deco figure The Swimmer, HN1329, circa 1928, in a different colourway, striped towel and pink costume, painted and printed marks, 19.5cm high £200 - £400 844. Royal Doulton miniatures, including Polly Peachum in original box, bookends etc. (6) £50 - £80

848. John Broad for Doulton Lambeth, a bisque figure of Ellen Terry, circa 1919, unglazed, incised monogram, 23cm high £150 - £250 849. John Broad for Doulton Lambeth, a bisque figure, Doris Keane as Cavallini, circa 1919, unglazed, incised monogram, 23cm high £150 - £200 850. A collection of Royal Doulton dogs, including spaniels and terriers etc. (16) £100 - £150

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856. A Beswick figure of a giraffe and calf, modelled standing, 32cm and 18.5cm high (2) £50 - £80

853 853. A Royal Doulton figure of a Greyhound dog, HN1065, 21cm high £100 - £200

851 851. Three Royal Doulton dog head wall plaques, including spaniel, fox hound and scottie, mounted on wooden ovals, 15cm high (3) £200 - £300

854. A collection of Royal Doulton dogs, including German Shepherd, Collie, Sausage dog etc. (11) £80 - £120

852. A Royal Doulton figure of a Fox Terrier, HN924, modelled sitting, 14cm high £80 - £120

855. A Royal Doulton figure of a bulldog, 1176, modelled standing, 25cm long £350 - £450

857 857. Worcester basket, c. 1770

porcelain chestnut £100 - £150

858. 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 £200 - £300 859. A 19th Century pink lustre pottery jug, transfer printed panel ‘A west View of the Iron Bridge of Sunderland .... ‘ flanked by verse, all within primitive leaf bough and floral garland borders, Sunderland or Newcastle on Tyne, circa 1830, 22cm high £200 - £300 860. A pair of early 19th Century slipware baking dishes, circa 1810, brown combed decoration on a mustard yellow ground, with piecrust edge, 30cm x 23cm (2) £800 - £1200 861. A Staffordshire slipware dish, circular form, decorated with a lattice design, late 18th century, 34cm diameter £200 - £300

862 862. A Staffordshire gravel ware jug, circa 1800, shouldered ovoid form, painted in Pratt colours, 13cm high £80 - £120 860

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863. A mid 18th Century delftware wall pocket, Liverpool, moulded with masks and scrolls, pierced twice for hanging, 20cm high £200 - £300 864. An English Delft dish or bowl, mid 18th century, painted with floral sprigs and geometric bands, 26.5cm diameter £70 - £100 865. A Staffordshire pottery sauce boat in the form of a fox head and swan, circa 1790, relief moulded the handle as the swan’s neck, below lappet base, 17cm long £80 - £120 866. An English or Irish Delft dish, circa 1750, blue and white with reticulated lattice border, Chinese style foliate scroll lappets and lotus leaf centre, 17cm diameter £200 - £300 867. A Bovey Tracey figure of a cat, Devon, circa 1810, painted with tortoiseshell strokes, 12cm high £100 - £150 868. Early 19th Century Staffordshire pottery pearlware tree trunk figure group, seated man with pipes and dog with rested paws, his companion with yellow bodice and floral skirt, flanking twin branched tree stump on bocage and moulded floral base, 15.5cm high £150 - £250 869. Early 19th Century Staffordshire pottery figure group of the Dandies with overglaze enamelled decoration, depicting hatted figures, each carrying a basket, on oval moulded base, 17cm high £70 - £100 870. Three late 18th Century Creamware oval plates, reeded dished form with reticulated broad rim, 24.5cm x 21cm, and two similar circular plates, 23cm diameter. (5) £80 - £120

872 872. 17th Century English delft pottery wine bottle, gourd form with loop handle with blue inscription ‘SACK’ and dated 1650, 15cm high £400 - £600 873. English delft blue and white bottle vase, circa 1730, decorated in the Ming style with flowers and leaves, trellis borders, £200 - £300 zig-zag and spiral trailed banding, 26cm high

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871 871. An English North Country slipware jug, circa 1816, inscribed and dated T B March 1816, 14cm high £300 - £500

874. An English delft blue and white rectangular flower brick of large size, circa 1750, decorated with figures in a fenced garden, the ends with flowers and leaves, the top pierced with 29 apertures, 18.5cm wide £400 - £600

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882. A pair of English delftware manganese tiles, each painted with allegorical scenes, 12cm x 12cm and two similar examples, 12.5cm x 12.5cm (4) £100 - £120 883. Early 19th Century Staffordshire porcelain model of a black and white cat and kitten with gilded collars, seated on a green and gilded cushioned base, with Mannheim’s label, 6,5cm high £100 - £150

890. A George Jones Aesthetic Movement breakfast set, with integrated two division toast rack, removable salt cellar, pepper pot and covered porridge bowl, decorated with pink daisies and bees, impressed marks, 26cm diameter £50 - £70

884. 19th Century Staffordshire porcelain model of a Spaniel, recumbent on a rococo scroll and gilded base, 4cm high £50 - £80

875 875. An Astbury type 18th Century Staffordshire pottery figure of a squirrel nibbling a nut, with stylised lashes and blue collar and relief moulded chain to a rust brown ground on oval walnut style base, 17cm high £400 - £600 876. A miniature Staffordshire Prattware pottery toby jug, circa 1810, brown coat and mustard yellow breeches on green glazed circular base, 11cm high £70 - £100

885. Early 19th Century English pottery cider jar, gourd shaped with reeded strap handle, with running brown glaze to a rust coloured ground, 15cm high £100 - £200 886. A late 19th Century Donyatt pottery Devon baluster form puzzle jug, with pierced neck and spout to hollow moulded rim, sponged and running green glaze to a mustard ground, incised date 1899, 23cm high £100 - £200

877. A Staffordshire Prattware pottery toby jug, circa 1840, seated gentleman with tricorn hat holding a jug, blue coat and mustard yellow breeches on green faceted base. 22cm high £100 - £200

891 891. A Victorian Majolica plate and jug, relief moulded with foxgloves, the jug, probably Holdcroft, with Japonesque birds in prunus, bamboo style handle, 20.5cm diameter (2) £20 - £40 892. A Staffordshire Snuff Taker Toby jug, early 19th century, modelled standing, 23.5cm high £40 - £70

878. A Yorkshire creamware butter tub and cover, with stand, oval for, with relief moulded serpentine and feathered borders, 21cm long £80 - £120 879. A Staffordshire Prattware pottery toby jug, circa 1840, seated gentleman with tricorn hat holding a jug of ale, brown coat and orange breeches on green faceted base. 22cm high £100 - £200 880. A pair of 19th Century stoneware, silver lustre and drabware wall brackets, angular stepped pediments above rococo styled terminals, 14cm high (2) £200 - £300 881. A late 18th Century Creamware pottery oval reticulated basket and stand, twin rope twist handles and foliate moulded terminals, the body with relief moulded masks and foliate swags, 25cm wide (2) £50 - £80

887 887. An English Delft pottery clock face, mid 18th century, with Arabic numerals, 24cm diameter £300 - £500 888. A pair of English Delft blue and white plates, London circa 1750, in the Chinese style, 26cm diameter (2) £80 - £120 889. A creamware reticulated basket, circa 1785, ogee rimmed oval flared form, pierced trellis sections, relief moulded with winged heads and laurel swags, rope twist handles and feathered borders, 25cm long £40 - £60

893 893. A Staffordshire black basalt Wellington jug, circa 1813, modelled with a lion’s head spout and swan neck handle, relief moulded roundels of a bust of Wellington being crowned with laurel, the reverse incised with India, Portugal and Spain, 17cm long £60 - £100

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900. A pair of Wedgwood black basalt candlesticks, early 19th century, Tuscan column form, decorated with sprigged relief allegorical scenes including Perseus and Pegasus, impressed marks, 12cm high £60 - £80 901. A Derby porcelain figure of a shepherdess with lamb, circa 1770, in front of floral bocage on a foliate scroll base, incised marks, no 60, 20.5cm high £80 - £120 894 894. A Staffordshire Prattware flower holder, circa 1830, five branched crocus lobed spouts, on plinth base, pink lustre and relief moulded acanthus decoration, 20cm high £100 - £150

897. A copper lustre jug with printed decoration, circa 1821, one side with a portrait of Queen Caroline and inscribed ‘God Save Queen Caroline’, reverse inscribed with verse ‘Long Live Caroline’, 12.5cm high, together with a Sunderland pink lustre jug, two sides with Britannia by a mausoleum and inscribed ‘To the Memory of Caroline the injured & persecuted Queen of great Britain.’, below the spout a praying figure in mourning, 14cm high (2) £60 - £80

906. A Staffordshire Whieldon barrel Toby jug, circa 1790, blue and white with frothing jug and barrel between the feet, 26cm high

907. A Yorkshire pottery Toby jug, circa 1840, modelled holding a hexagonal beaker and a jug, sponge decorated with relief moulded caryatid handle, 26cm high £40 - £70 908. A Staffordshire George Whitfield Toby jug, modelled as a Nightwatchman, 19th century, 24cm high £40 - £70

902 902. A 17th century or earlier Bartmannkrug or Bellarmine jug, tope glazed with face mask above a floral roundel, 20.5cm high £80 - £120

898. A pearlware jug with printed decoration of Blackburn Riots, circa 1878, tapering form with one side depicting riot and inscribed ‘Blackburn Riots. May 1878.’, reverse inscribed ‘Colonel Jacksons House on Fire. Blackburn Riots. May 1878.’, 13cm high £80 - £120 899. A large creamware jug of American interest with printed and handcoloured decoration, circa 1804, one side with a French soldier standing beneath the American flag with ships in the background, ‘Success to America whose Militia is better than Standing Armies’ and below ‘May Its Citizens Emulate Soldiers and its Soldier Heroes’, and two further lines below, the reverse with a Coat of Arms inscribed ‘The Bakers Arms’, below the spout the American Eagle, 22.7cm high £100 - £150

905. A Pearlware Pratt type Toby jug, circa 1790, modelled holding a pear shaped frothing jug, possibly Whieldon, 24cm high £80 - £120

Provenance: Sotheby’s London, 1st August 1972, lot 94; Harland Collection sticker to base £350 - £450

895. A pair of Parian ware busts of Admiral John Jellicoe and Field Marshal John French, by Hewitt and Leadbeater, integral square socle, marked H&L on reverse, 17cm high (2) £80 - £120 896. A pair of Parian ware busts of William Gladstone and Lord Salisbury, by Robinson and Leadbeater, integral square socle, marked R&L on reverse, 20cm high (2) £80 - £120

904. A Pearlware Pratt type Toby jug, circa 1800, modelled with frothing gourd form jug, sponge decorated in brown and blue, on a canted green washed base, 24cm high £150 - £200

909 909. A Leeds pottery pearlware Toby jug, circa 1800, Pratt style decorated, modelled holding a frothing jug, hand separated from the body, 25cm high £150 - £200 903 903. A Portobello type Toby jug, circa 1800, modelled in pink coat, holding a large floral painted jug of frothing ale, yellow and blue breeches, 26cm high £70 - £100

910. An earthenware slipware dish, English circa 1800, the comb decorated baking or loaf dish in cream and terracotta coloured enamels, 39.6cm long, 32cm £2400 - £3000

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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. 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.

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. 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 sold for up to £999, 10% plus VAT on each lot realising £1,000 and above. There is a minimum charge of £5 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.

(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.

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 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 15% 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 12% 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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Fine & Decorative Arts | Friday 24th and Saturday 25th July 2020

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Fine & Decorative Arts | Friday 24th and Saturday 25th July 2020

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