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FINE & DECORATIVE ARTS Thursday 3rd, Friday 4th and Saturday 5th December 2020



FINE AND DECORATIVE ARTS To be held at: Davies House, Davies Road, Evesham, Worcestershire WR11 1YZ THURSDAY 3RD DECEMBER FRIDAY 4TH DECEMBER SATURDAY 5TH DECEMBER

Day of the Sale Auction scheduled to start at 10am with live bidding on internet bidding platforms; telephone bids and commission bids will also be accepted. You will need to be registered before the sale.

SPECIALISTS

George Kingham

John Keightley

Mark Oliver

David Pregun

Geoff Shepherd

Director

Senior Specialist and Cataloguer

Consultant Decorative Arts Specialist

Jewellery and Watches

Office Manager

Ally White Auctioneer, Valuer and Photographer

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


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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 Jewellery and Watches

1 – 290 291 – 426

DAY 2 Oriental Ceramics and Works of Art Fans Works of Art, Metal and Lighting Clocks and Furniture Wine Books and Pictures Paperweights Glass

427 – 500 501 – 545 546 – 620 621 – 640 641 – 665 666 – 711 712 – 739 740 – 803

DAY 3 Continental Ceramics Moorcroft Art Pottery Studio Pottery British Ceramics

804 – 902 903 – 988 989 – 1061 1062 – 1077 1078 – 1239


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SILVER 1. An Indian white metal reticulated incense box, squat lobed form with pierced diaper panels, the hinged lid with central rosette within rope and gadrooned borders, stamped marks 900, 16cm diameter, 18.78ozt £150 - £250 2. An Indian white metal card case, 19th century, embossed and chased with domestic farm scenes to each side, 11cm x 8.5cm, 7.50ozt £250 - £300

11. A large Chinese export silver reticulated cone or incense burner, KH, circa 1930, pierced and chased with trellised vignettes of foliate scrolls, between chased bands, surmounted by a bird, the bayonet base with swing handle, 17.5cm diameter, 36cm high, 25.34ozt £200 - £400 12. A small Chinese export silver rosewater sprinkler, TM, circa 1930, globe and shaft form, repousse embossed with prunus, surmounted by a bird, 19cm high, 3.18ozt £40 - £70

3. A Japanese silver and enamelled jug, Sanju Saku, Yokohama circa 1900, footed baluster form, applied wisteria design in purple and green enamel, bamboo handle, 9cm high, 4.98ozt £500 - £600 4. A pair of Japanese silver saucers, Samurai Shokai, Yokohama, embossed with irises in a watery landscape on a planished ground, 11cm diameter, 3.36ozt (2) £180 - £220

13 13. A Chinese silver export bowl, Wang Hing, circa 1900, fluted hemispherical form, engraved with four floral panels, on a conical foot, marked 90, 12.5cm diameter, 6.03ozt £400 - £500

5 5. A Japanese silver jewellery box, 20th century, cuboid form, engraved with chrysanthemum, peony and prunus decoration, with hinged ruyi handle, the interior with removable tray, lockable, 13cm wide, 10cm high, 10cm deep £500 - £600 6. A Japanese silver cigarette case, rectangular form engraved with comical characters, 10cm x 9cm, 3.74ozt £150 - £200 7. A Chinese export silver jug, circa 1890, conical oval form, repousse embossed with panels of prunus and chrysanthemum, impressed marks 85, 13cm long, 3.72ozt £80 - £120 8. An Oriental white metal box in the form of a lemon, together with a filigree flower head finial and a silver bird lid, box 7cm long, 4.32ozt (3) £50 - £80 9. An Indian white metal box, ogee moulded oval form, embossed with panels of foliate scrolls and birds, within beaded and ropetwist borders, 7.5cm long, 2.14ozt £100 - £150 10. A Persian white metal box, probably Kutch, 19th century, chased with foliate carpet ground within plain bordered ogee leaf cartouches, hinged lid and gilt interior, 13cm long, 3.5cm high, 8cm deep, 8.74ozt £200 - £300

14 14. A Chinese export silver bowl, Wang Hing, Canton circa 1900, rounded footed form, embossed and chased in relief with a wrythen dragon, 20cm diameter, 21.85ozt £1200 - £1500 15. A Chinese Persian style white metal teapot and sugar bowl, oval conical form, repousse embossed and chased with mountain village scenes, alternating with prunus sprigs, within European Rococo scroll and trellis borders and oval roundels, S scroll handles, 16.5cm long, 13.95ozt £100 - £200 16. A Chinese export silver egg cup and cover, TM circa 1930, footed urn form, repousse decorated with scalloped vignettes of plantation scenes, the lid surmounted by a bird finial, 9cm high, 1.88ozt £50 - £80

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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17. An Oriental silver spherical box, repousse embossed with bands of mountain village scenes, on three cast dolphin feet, surmounted by a bird finial, 11.5cm high, 4.14ozt £40 - £70 18. A pair of novelty white metal aeroplanes, sheet and wire construction with movable wheels and propellers, 7cm long, 0.75ozy (2) £40 - £70 19. A large Indian white metal tray, circular form, chased and engraved with various figures within a foliate scroll ground, 56cm diameter £100 - £200

23 23. A Louis XV French white metal and enamelled snuff box, circa 1740, rectangular form, the lid with raised and gilt enamel, the central allegorical scene of Classical figures with instruments of war, within scroll and mask borders, 7.5cm x 5cm £300 - £400 24. A Dutch silver plated marriage box, hexagonal section, engraved with alternating saints and courting couples, the domed lid with embracing hands within angel and fruit panels, gilded to the interior, 6.5cm high

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Note: similar to the example in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York £70 - £90

20. A Persian white metal jug, probably Kutch, 19th century, chased with ogee petal arches and teardrop motifs on a heavily foliated scroll ground, zoomorphic scaled handle, gilt interior, 12cm long, 4.44ozt £300 - £400 21. A Chinese silver cocktail shaker, circa 1920s, shouldered conical form, stamped marks, 22.5cm high, 14.60ozt £400 - £600

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25. A Louis XV French silver chocolate pot, IDB, Paris circa 1750, baluster form, on three cartouche and stepped pad splayed legs, turned ebony side handle, 17cm high, 10.20ozt £400 - £500

22. A German silver box, MS, Konigsberg, circa 1750s, cylindrical form, the domed lid with crimped rim, etched with two birds flanking a flaming heart, 5.5cm diameter, 1.19ozt £400 - £500

26. A French silver snuff box, 19th century, rectangular section, engraved with Renaissance scroll cartouche trellis and engine turning, 7cm x 4cm, 1.52ozt £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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27. A pair of Italian silver gilt cockerel figures, ML, cast and chased realistically, modelled fighting, stamped marks, 800 AF, 23cm high, 49.64ozt £300 - £500

32. An Austrian silver tea caddy, AW, Vienna circa 1870, rounded cuboid form, embossed with Rococo scrolls and feathered shell motifs, on cast open vine bracket feet, hinged lid with hinged handle, 15.5cm high, 13.36ozt £500 - £600

28. A Polish silver cigarette case, Warsaw circa 1940, rectangular with engine turned decoration, gilt interior, 7.5cm x 11cm, 4.99ozt £30 - £50

33. An Imperial Russian silver glass holder, 6th Artel, Moscow 1891, cylindrical form, engraved with a swagged and floral bouquet flanked cartouche, 9.5cm high, 3.78ozt £150 - £180 34. An Imperial Russian silver and niello enamelled snuff box, Moscow 1852, cuboid form, decorated with images of St Petersburg, including the Tauride Palace, 10cm wide, 3.5cm high, 4.5cm deep, 5.72ozt £800 - £1000 35. A set of four Imperial Russian silver teaspoons, Moscow circa 1890, bright cut Fiddle Pattern, 13.5cm long, 1.85ozt (4) £50 - £80

29 29. A French silver gilt and cut glass box, cuboid form, hobnail and line cut, the mounts and hinge with knot design, 6.5cm wide, 5cm deep £100 - £150 30. A French silver dish, MM, circa 1779, square section, ogee fluted border, stamped marks, 25.5cm square, 22.83ozt £700 - £800 31. A pair of 18th century Swedish silver salt cellars, IWZ, Stockholm circa 1769, Neoclassical twin handled pedestal boat form, with beaded borders, cast with portrait roundels to each side, on square bases, gilt interiors, 13cm long, 7.34ozt (2) £250 - £300

36 36. An Imperial Russian silver beaker, Moscow 1769, footed conical form, repousse embossed with Rococo foliate scroll, shell and fishscale decoration, 15.5cm high, 6.87ozt £1500 - £1800

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


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37. An Imperial Russian silver gilt and cloisonne enamelled tea strainer, 11th Artel, Moscow circa 1908, the rim with floral motifs, 12cm long, 1.70ozt £600 - £650

43. An Imperial Russian silver bowl, St Petersburg 1873, twin handled, lobed squat baluster form, on four cast leaf and scroll feet, 17.5cm long, 9.78ozt £300 - £400

38. An Imperial Russian silver gilt spoon, Moscow 1894, twisted stem and urn finial, engraved to the bowl, 12.5cm long, 0.39ozt £20 - £30

44. A 19th century Swedish silver mounted horn centrepiece vase, Stockholm 1839, two rings with squat bun feet and Rococo style foliate bracket supports, with a denticulated rim, 33cm long, 19.5cm high £180 - £220

39 39. An Imperial Russian silver and cloisonne enamelled napkin ring, the central scroll band in turquoise, with foliate diamonds and floral rosettes, between beaded borders, 4.5cm diameter, 1.36ozt £60 - £100 40. An Imperial Russian silver coaster, Moscow 1891, circular, engraved with monastic buildings within stippled bands, 10.5cm diameter, 1.42ozt £70 - £90 41. An Imperial Russian silver and niello enamelled tot, assay Aleksandr Kazimirovich Vyrzhikovsky, circa 1900, beaker form, geometric scroll design, 4cm high, 0.64ozt £50 - £80

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45. A German Renaissance silver gilt cup, David Lauer or Laue, Nuremburg circa 1590, the double ogee bell bowl repousse embossed and chased with a central band of alternating scallop shells and fruits within Mannerist cartouches, between laurel wreath cords, flanked by two further fruiting and rosette borders, the inverse baluster stem cast with nodules and lappets, above a bulbous and stepped splayed foot, similarly decorated, stamped marks, 19cm high, 7.32ozt £6000 - £7000

42. An Imperial Russian silver gilt and cloisonne enamelled tea strainer, decorated with multi coloured Persian foliate bands within turquoise enamel beaded borders, 15.5cm long, 1.58ozt £250 - £350

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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51. A Dutch silver box, import marks Chester 1905, oval form, embossed and chased in relief with a village tavern scene 7.5cm long, 6cm deep, 3cm high, 2.61ozt £40 - £70

46 46. An 18th century Spanish silver gilt snuff box, Garzia, Leiva circa 1740, the lid engraved with a Rococo flame scrolled cartouche and woman reading, 8.5cm x 6cm, 3.45ozt £600 - £800 47. A Dutch silver jug, import marks, Singleton, Benda & Co., London 1903, shouldered ovoid form with chased fleur de lys and reeded band, 6cm high, 1.86ozt £30 - £50 52

48. A Continental silver dish, shallow lobed form, embossed with Rococo scrolls and feathered shell border, open griffon headed handle, on four acanthus feet, stamped mark 900, 19cm long, 3.95ozt £30 - £50

52. A pair of French silver and enamelled miniature vases, circa 1880, globe and shaft form, blue ground with raised white and gilt foliate scroll decoration, 9.5cm high (2) £60 - £80

49. A pair of Danish silver novelty eating tools, Copenhagen 1938, including pusher and spork, each cast with novelty terminals including chimney sweep and shepherdess, 14.5cm long, 1.92ozt (2) £40 - £70

53. An enamelled vesta case, Continental, circa 1900, the front painted with foxes and a bird of prey in flight, the reverse with woman and dog, bordered with rose garlands to the sides and hinged sloping lid, 5cm x 3.5cm, 1.12ozt £500 - £550

54 50 50. An Austrian silver and parcel gilt beaker, Johannes Sottenreich, Vienna 1712, rounded tumbler form, engraved with three pastoral landscape vignettes within a foliate scroll ground, below a concentric incised gilt rim Provenance: Sotheby’s London, 18th October 2017, lot 54; S J Phillips Ltd., London; Sotheby’s Amsterdam, 7th December 2004, lot 163 £1200 - £1800

54. A pair of Portuguese silver beakers, JPVD, Lisbon circa 1815, plain conical form, gilt interiors, 8.5cm high, 11.45ozt (2) £300 - £500 55. A French silver plated christening set, Ravinet and Cie, circa 1900, including egg cup, beaker, napkin ring, egg spoon, tablespoon, knife and fork, cast foliate scroll design, in fitted case £60 - £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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56. An Austrian silver and niello snuff box, George Adam Schied, Vienna circa 1870, rounded cuboid form, decorated with sinuous ivy vine and vacant cartouche, 8.5cm long, 2.48ozt £150 - £250

61. A George III Scottish silver sauce boat, James McKenzie, Edinburgh 1762, ogee pedestal helmet form, with gadrooned foot and rim, acanthus ear handle, embossed with floral garlands, 21cm long, 11.11ozt £800 - £1000

62 62. A Victorian Scottish silver teapot, Marshall and Sons and Elder and Co., Edinburgh 1845, footed cannonball form, embossed with C scrolls and foliate garlands, 18.85ozt £120 - £180

57 57. A 19th century white metal mounted cut glass claret jug, the trumpet form body with vertical frosted stripes, bright cut ribbed collar and gadrooned lid with acanthus moulded C scroll handle, unmarked, 31cm high £80 - £120 58. A set of six American silver spoons, Alvin, circa 1917, Maryland pattern, sterling marks, 15cm long, 3.86ozt (6) £20 - £40 59. An American silver cheese scoop, S Kirk and Sons, Baltimore, circa 1900, Repousse Pattern, cast and chased floral and foliate design, stamped marks, 17.5cm long, 1.83ozt £60 - £80 60. A Colonial silver dish, probably 19th century, with three turned ebonised handles, on shell mask and paw feet, 17cm handle to handle, 3.68ozt £100 - £150

63 63. A pair of George III Irish silver salt cellars, John Stoyte, Dublin 1805, rectangular section pedestal boat form with gadrooned rims and gilt interiors, 6cm high, 5.73ozt (2) £250 - £300

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


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64. A pair of George III Irish silver sauce boats, John West, Dublin circa 1767, Grecian helmet form, ogee rims and acanthus ear handles, on three scroll and shell moulded feet, 19cm long, 17.66ozt (2) £1200 - £1800

69. Two George III and IV Scottish and Provincial silver spoons, Alexander Stewart, Inverness 1826 and Alexander Ziegler, Edinburgh circa 1770, including a Fiddle pattern teaspoon and a Celtic Point salt spoon, 14cm long, 0.78ozt (2) £30 - £50 70. Three George III and later Provincial silver spoons, Newcastle makers and dates, John Walton 1835, Thomas Watson 1836 and Peter Lambert 1801, including teaspoon, sugar shovel and salt spoon, Fiddle pattern, 14.5cm long, 1.75ozt (3) £30 - £50 71. A set of five George II Scottish provincial silver tablespoons, John Steven, Dundee circa 1750, Hanoverian pattern, 21cm long, 11.85ozt (5) £300 - £500 72. A pair of George III Irish silver dessert spoons, James Brady, Dublin 1827, Fiddle Pattern, 18cm long, 2.72ozt (2) £30 - £50 73. A George IV Provincial silver dessert spoon, John Walton, Newcastle 1825, King’s Pattern, 17.5cm long, 1.74ozt £20 - £40 74. George III and later Scottish silver spoons, Edinburgh and Glasgow makers, various dates, single struck Kings and Queens patterns, Celtic Point and Fiddle, including teaspoons, salt and mustard, 15cm long, 2.84ozt (7) £40 - £60

65 65. A George III Provincial silver basket, John Winter and Co., Sheffield 1798, hemispherical form, open wire body below an embossed lozenge and gadrooned border, the swing handle with acanthus and honeysuckle ropetwists, on four squat bun feet, 24.5cm diameter, 25.79ozt £800 - £1200

75. George III and later Provincial silver salt and mustard spoons, Barber, Cattle and North, York 1825, various Exeter makers and dates including Joseph Hicks, Exeter 1813, including two pairs, Fiddle and Old English pattern, 11.5cm long, 2.99ozt £30 - £50 76. A collection of George III and later silver spoons, various makers and dates, including Old English Pattern tablespoons, berry spoon, Kings and Fiddle Pattern dessert spoons, 16.66ozt £120 - £180

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66. A Victorian Provincial silver mug, Josiah Williams and Co., Exeter 1882, plain cylindrical form with C handle and beaded foot, 11cm high, 6.08ozt £60 - £100

77. A 15th century or later silver slip top spoon, engraved initials MI, 10cm long, 0.37ozt £100 - £200

67. A George III and Victorian Irish silver teaspoon and salt spoon, James Brady, Dublin 1804 and George Waterhouse, Dublin 1870, Rat Tail Fiddle pattern and shovel forms, 15cm long, 1.21ozt (2) £30 - £50 68. A George III and William IV silver Provincial silver tablespoons, James Barber and William Whitwell, York 1820 and Thomas Watson, Newcastle 1831, Old English pattern, 23cm long, 4.60ozt (2) £80 - £120

78. A set of twelve Victorian silver teaspoons and sugar tongs, Josiah Williams and Co., London 1889, bright cut with leafy fronds, 6.69ozt (13) £50 - £80 79. A set of six Edwardian silver spoons, Travis, Wilson & Co Ltd, Sheffield 1911, 8.5cm long, 1.46ozt (6) £20 - £30 80. A George III silver caddy spoon, John Thropp, Birmingham 1811, shovel form, bright cut to the bowl, with turned green stained handle, 11.5cm long £40 - £70

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


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81. A set of twelve George III silver gilt teaspoons, George Smith III, London circa 1775, Old English Beaded Pattern 12.5cm long, 7.35ozt (12) £250 - £300 82. A George IV Irish silver basting spoon, Edward Power, Dublin 1828, Fiddle Pattern with rat tail heel, 32cm long, 4.11ozt £130 - £180 83. A George III silver caddy spoon, Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1812, bright cut, the square section bowl with leafy panel border, 6cm long, 0.20ozt £70 - £90 84. A pair of Queen Anne silver cannon handled knives and a fork, circa 1710, with steel blades and tines, conical form with turned knop ends to each handle, 25cm long (3) £100 - £200 85. A set of six Victorian silver dessert spoons, Samuel Hayne and Dudley Cater, London 1853, Fiddle Pattern, 18.5cm long, 10.75ozt (6) £80 - £120 86. A Victorian silver marrow scoop, Francis Higgins, London 1851, threaded pattern, 24cm long, 1.81ozt £70 - £100 87. A Victorian silver butter knife, George Adams, London 1874, Fiddle, Thread and Shell Pattern, 19.5cm long, 2.17ozt £40 - £70 88. A Victorian silver sifter spoon, George Adams, London 1849, Fiddle, Thread and Shell Pattern, of ladle form with pierced foliate and gilded bowl, 16cm long, 2.14ozt £70 - £100 89. A pair of George IV silver asparagus tongs, William Knight II, London 1823, Fiddle Pattern, 23.5cm long, 4.81ozt £160 - £180

90. A collection of George III and later silver tea and condiment spoons, various dates and makers, including Fiddle and Old English patterns, one engraved with Masonic emblem, 14.5cm long, 9.22ozt £70 - £100 91. A collection of George III and later silver sugar tongs, various dates and makers including William Bateman, London 1821, Exeter etc., Fiddle Pattern, Bright Cut and Hanoverian, 8.87ozt £80 - £120 92. A pair of George III silver picture back teaspoons, John Delmester, London circa 1770, cast with a vase of flowers to each bowl, 11.5cm long, 0.55ozt (2) £30 - £50 93. A Victorian silver caddy spoon, London 1879, Hunt Pattern on Kings shape, with scalloped bowl, 10.5cm long, 0.90ozt £30 - £50 94. A set of six pairs of George III silver bladed and tined ivory handled fruit knives and forks, William Eley and Willam Fearn, London 1820, the handles carved with fluted panels and scallop shell ends, 20cm long (120 £100 - £200 95. A pair of early George III silver tea caddies, William Abdy, London 1762, cuboid form, cushioned lids with gadrooned rims and pineapple finials, engraved with a border of floral swags, 14.5cm high, 25.6ozt £2500 - £3000 96. A George IV silver sauce boat, James Arthur, London 1827, Grecian helmet form, heavily cast and chased to the rim with acorns and oak leaves, the open C S scroll handle with acanthus and bead decoration, on three scrolled foliate and bud feet, 23cm long, 18.03ozt £800 - £1200

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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97. A pair of Elizabeth II silver dwarf candlesticks, C Ltd., Birmingham 1990, urn sconces on splayed feet, weighted, 7.5cm high £20 - £30

103. A George III silver vinaigrette, Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1806, shaped rectangular form, bright cut coral design, lozenge pierced grille, 2.5cm x 2cm, 0.28ozt £80 - £120

98 98. An early Victorian silver snuff box, Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1840, bows rectangular form, heavily cast and chased with acanthus and floral scroll decoration, presentation inscription referring to Dalquhurn House, Renton, Scotland, 8.5cm x 5.5cm, 5.33ozt £550 - £650

104 104. A George IV silver chocolate pot, John and Archibald Douglas, London 1823, plain cylindrical form with conical handle, turned ivory side handle, engraved with the double coat of arms for Buckley, 16cm wide, 8.45ozt £350 - £400

99. A Victorian silver mirror, Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company, London 1896, the heart shaped glass within a bracket cartouche, fluted and gadrooned, easel back, mirror 18cm x 15.5cm, overall 26.5cm x 20cm £150 - £200

105. A George IV silver nutmeg grater, Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1826, oval tubular form, with double hinged mechanism, with steel grate, 6.5cm long, 1.20ozt £350 - £450

100. An Edwardian silver sauce urn, Edward Barnard and Sons, London 1903, Neoclassical urn form, with gadrooned foot on square base, the lid with acorn finial, 23cm high, 21.11ozt £350 - £450

106. A pair of Victorian silver sugar tongs, George Adams, London 1845, Hunt Pattern on Kings shape, 14.5cm long, 2.42ozt £20 - £40

101. A George V silver and tortoiseshell jewellery casket, William Comyns, London 1928, rectangular section, with channel domed lid and ogee arched aprons, supported on four turned conical drop feet, the interior with velvet cushion, 24cm wide, 12cm high, 12.5cm deep £350 - £450

107. A George V silver coffee pot, William Suckling Ltd., Birmingham 1933, multifaceted shouldered form with fruitwood handle and finial, 21cm high, 18.36ozt £100 - £200

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102. A George III silver mounted coconut cup, circa 1800, carved with facet cut geometric roundels, on a turned and stepped foot, the interior and rim of one sheet with ogee denticulated border, engraved Viscount coronet, 14cm high £120 - £180

109. An early Victorian silver vinaigrette, Francis Clark, Birmingham 1841, in the form of a fob watch, engine turned, the edges with chased foliate scroll decoration, the interior gilded with pierced grille, 4.5cm long £300 - £400

108. A set of Edwardian silver bladed and ivory handled fruit eaters, Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1909, the tines and blades with chased floral and C scroll decoration, in a velvet lined oak box, 26.5cm wide £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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110 110. A white metal nutmeg grater, 19th century, in the form of an acorn, embossed and chased foliate and scroll motifs, screw cap and steel grate, 4cm long £400 - £500

117. A pair of George II silver trencher salt cellars, Edward Wood, London 1730, ogee sided octagonal plinth form with oval dish interiors, 8cm long, 3.49ozt £500 - £600 118. A George V silver three piece tea set, Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1928, multifaceted shouldered form, 28cm long, 28.11ozt (3) £250 - £350 119. A pair of George III silver sauce boats, William Skeen, London 1770, helmet form, with punched beading to the ogee rims, on three fluted shell and stepped hoof feet, open acanthus C scroll handles, 17.5cm long, 16.49ozt (2) £800 - £1200 120. An early Victorian silver salt cellar, Benjamin Stephens, London 1838, squat lobed shoulder form, chased with foliate scroll and shell panels, below a relief moulded floral rim, on three cast bracket feet, gilt interior, 8.5cm diameter, 3.68ozt £40 - £70

111 111. A George IV silver snuff box, Thomas Shaw, Birmingham 1826, rectangular form, the lid cast and chased with a pastoral scene with shepherd playing the flute, chased floral border and engine turned base, gilded to the interior, 7cm long, 4.5cm deep, 2.23ozt £250 - £350 112. A George VI silver sauce boat, Viner’s Ltd, Sheffield 1940, in the George II style, on three slipper feet, 15cm long, together with a silver sugar sifter, Gibson & Co Ltd, Birmingham circa 1910, 5.96ozt (2) £80 - £120 113. A George IV silver mustard pot, Thomas Wilkes Barber, London 1824, cylindrical form with gadrooned rim and cast shell thumb piece, glass liner, 7cm high, 3.44ozt £30 - £50 114. An Edwardian silver cigarette case, Samuel Levi, Birmingham 1907, rounded rectangular form, 9.5cm x 8cm, 2.69ozt £20 - £40 115. A George III silver jug, Thomas Wallis and Jonathan Hayne, London 1818, ribbed boat form with gadrooned rim and acanthus fishscale handle, 13cm long, 4.18ozt £30 - £50 116. A pair of William IV Old Sheffield Plate wine coolers, circa 1835, lobed shouldered form with everted vine and scroll cast rims, twin handled, on foliate scroll bracket feet, 28cm high (2) £900 - £1200

121 121. A George II silver tea caddy, Peze Pilleau, London 1747, ogee baluster gourd form, on stepped foot, the body embossed and engraved with a band of Rococo scrolls, floral bouquets and fishscales alternating with foliate cartouches, below a similarly decorated shoulder, the lid cast with a curled leaf or shell finial, 13.5cm high, 8.23ozt £1000 - £1500

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122. A large George II silver caster, Thomas Bamford, London 1733, footed baluster form with double bands to the waist, the etched lid of alternating reticulated panels of crosshatch and foliate scrolls, engraved with the crest and motto of Douglas, 20cm high, 10.78ozt £600 - £700 123. A George V silver tea strainer and stand, Mappin and Webb, Birmingham 1928, the squat baluster bowl reticulated to the rim with ogee arcading, the strainer with lyre form foliate handle, 12cm long, 2.23ozt £40 - £70 124. A George III silver miniature scent flask, TW, Birmingham 1801, etuille form, plain with hinged lid, the interior with glass bottle, 3.5cm high £40 - £70

130. An Edwardian silver stamp box blotter, James Deakin and Sons, Chester 1905, two spring hinged compartments for stamps, flanking a central knop handle, 10.5cm long £300 - £350 131. A pair of George III silver graduated baskets, Peter and Ann Bateman, London 1796, pedestal ogee boat form, bright cut and chased with Neoclassical foliate scrolls and festoons, textured navettes and swagged borders, each with reeded swing handles, 18.5cm high, 10.99ozt (2) £700 - £900 132. A Victorian silver goblet, Thomas Bradbury and Sons, London 1873, the rounded bowl embossed with a band of shells and swags, above stylised scroll scallops and floral rosettes, on a fluted baluster stem and acanthus moulded stepped foot, 16cm high, 6.61ozt £350 - £380

125. An Edwardian silver novelty salt cellar, Sydney and Co., Birmingham 1909, in the form of two crossed tennis rackets flanking a hemispherical bowl with hairpin back support, 5cm high, 0.26ozt £40 - £70 126. A pair of George II silver casters, Samuel Wood, London 1746, octagonal baluster form, footed, the lids with engraved diaper decorations, reticulated with alternating panels of foliate scrolls and crosshatches, 14cm high, 9.15ozt (2) £500 - £700 127. A George III silver jug, Peter and Ann Bateman, London 1793, Neoclassical helmet urn form, on square foot, bright cut with floral garlands and ribbons below husk and berry border and beaded rim, 14.5cm high, 3.75ozt £120 - £180 128. A Victorian silver christening mug, Daniel and Charles Houle, London 1871, rounded beaker form, embossed and chased with beaded oval cartouches and textured foliate etched scrolling sprays within ogee borders, the S scroll handle with heart terminal, gilt interior, 8cm high, 4.940zt £200 - £250 129. A pair of early Victorian silver salt cellars, Susanna Cook, London 1841, pedestal boat form, rectangular section, cast with rusticated vine, shell and wing borders, gilt interiors, 9.5cm long, 6.19ozt (2) £200 - £300

133 133. An 18th century white metal sugar basket, footed ogee form with wire cage and ropetwist borders, overlaid with embossed Rococo cartouches, floral swags and ribbon festoons, twisted swing handle and blue glass liner, 16cm high, 5.27ozt £180 - £220

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134 134. A pair of Elizabeth II silver grape scissors, R & K, Birmingham 1987, Hunt Pattern, on Kings shape, 17cm long, 3.45ozt £120 - £180

141 141. A Victorian novelty silver mounted cut glass pepper pot, Alexander Crichton, London 1882, modelled as a parakeet, the ‘rock crystal’ intaglio cut body, on cast and chased tail and legs, the head set with glass eyes, 8.5cm high £1600 - £1800

135 135. A silver and enamelled snuff box, 19th century, oval form, the lid with champleve and painted enamel foliate scroll design and central quatrelobed floral bouquet, the edge and base chased and etched, 8cm long, 2.68ozt £120 - £180 136. An Edwardian novelty silver pin cushion, Robert Pringle, Birmingham 1907, in the form of an elephant, with red cushion, 4cm long £70 - £100 137. An Edwardian silver novelty pin cushion, Birmingham 1905, in the form of a bird, embossed and chased, blue cushion, 4cm high £40 - £70

142 142. A Victorian novelty silver and glass preserve jar, Norton and White, Birmingham 1896, in the form of an apple, the ribbed glass body with silver mount and stork finial lid, 8cm high £80 - £120

138. A Victorian silver novelty pin cushion, Miller Brothers, Birmingham 1890, in the form of a shoe, 8.5cm long £30 - £50 139. An Edwardian silver novelty pin cushion, Adie and Lovekin Ltd., Birmingham 1907, in the form of a swan, embossed and chased, with purple velvet cushion, 7.5cm long £100 - £150

142 143. A George V novelty silver pepper pot, AB, Birmingham 1920, in the form of an acorn, 5cm high, 0.35ozt £20 - £40

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144. An Edwardian novelty silver pepper pot, Berthold Muller, Chester import 1909, modelled in the form of a singing bird on branch, realistically cast and chased, 10cm high, 2.74ozt £80 - £120

140. A Victorian silver novelty pin cushion, Adie and Lovekin Ltd., Birmingham 1890, in the form of a shoe, set with Scottish hardstones, applied bow and amethyst, the original cushion in tartan fabric, chased decoration, 9cm long £100 - £200

145. A Victorian novelty silver milk jug, Joseph Braham, London 1889, modelled as a cream pail, straight sided oval form, sparrow beak and wire swing handle, gilded to the interior, 7.5cm high, 4.98ozt £200 - £300

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151. A George V silver cigarette box and jewellery casket, Birmingham 1919 and circa 1925, cuboid form with engine turned pin stripe lid, the jewel box with ogee fluted rim and similar engine turning, 13cm wide, 9cm deep, 5cm high, 7cm diameter (2) £40 - £70 152. Two George V and George VI silver cigarette cases, Mappin and Webb, Birmingham 1946 and I S Greenberg and Co., Birmingham 1925, one of plain hip fitting form with Masonic emblem and lodge number 1726, the other with engine turned design, 6.60ozt (2) £50 - £80 153. A George V silver dish, Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1935, the oval bowl with reticulated acanthus foliate handles and bead and reel border, on a cylindrical incised foot, 16cm long, 3.59ozt £40 - £60

146 146. Asprey and Co., an Elizabeth II novelty silver gilt perfume bottle, London 1983, in the form of a Roman sword handle, embosses with bands of foliate scrolls and husk lappets, 17.5cm high £150 - £250 147. A pair of Victorian silver mounted and cut glass vases, Sanders and Aquilar, Birmingham 1901, twin handled pedestal urn form, hobnail cut on concentric stepped bases, the shoulder, neck and handles in silver, 14cm high (2) £50 - £80 148. A Victorian silver and ivory bladed page turner, Chester marks, the wrythen handle of alternating plain and foliate embossed ribs, and a plain tapered blade, 39.5cm long £80 - £120

154. An Elizabeth II silver cruet, John Rose, Birmingham 1970, in the 18th century style, baluster form pepper pot, each on four slipper feet, blue glass liners, in fitted box, pepper 8cm high, 4.11ozt £40 - £70 155. A George VI silver cigarette case, Birmingham 1940, rectangular with engine turned barley design, 12.5cm x 8.5cm, 5.31ozt £40 - £70 156. An early Victorian silver salt cellar, Joseph and Albert Savory, London 1840, shouldered squat amphoral form, with relief moulded foliate rim and honeysuckle bracket feet, 8.5cm diameter, 4.55ozt £40 - £70 157. Two George V silver cigarette cases, Birmingham 1928 and 1929, one plain cushioned rectangular form, the other hip fitting with engine turned stripes, 8.5cm x 10.5cm, 7.98ozt (2) £80 - £120

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149 149. A pair of silver plated figural salts, circa 1890, modelled as standing 18th century figures after a design by Jean-Valentin Morel, each holding a basket, on rococo shell scroll bases, 14cm high (2) £100 - £200 150. Edwardian and George V silver including christening mug, napkin rings and pepper pot, various dates and makers, one napkin ring with engraved Masonic emblem and lodge number 1726, 6.39ozt £50 - £80

158. A George II silver sauce boat, George Greenhill Jones, London 1739, ogee rimmed helmet form, embossed with Rococo C scrolls and flower heads with feathered cartouches, acanthus C S scroll open handle, on three shell and stepped pad feet, 13cm long, 3.96ozt £180 - £220 159. A William IV silver chamber stick, Charles Reily and George Storer, London 1833, embossed, cast and chased in the form of a flower, with open four petal pad supporting a trumpet sconce, within an acanthus lappet and berry dish, 10.5cm diameter, 2.58ozt £40 - £70 160. A Victorian silver christening mug, Walter and John Barnard, London 1889, footed baluster form, embossed with flowers, S scroll handle, 9cm high, 4.74ozt £180 - £200

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161. A pair of Victorian silver salt cellars, Charles Boyton, London 1890, Neoclassical half reeded footed boat form, 9.5cm long, 3.58ozt (2) £40 - £70

167. A Victorian silver cream jug and a George V silver sauce boat, Stokes and Ireland Ltd., Birmingham 1892, and Martin Hall and Co., Sheffield 1912, both in the George II style, on trefoil toed pad feet, with ear and open scroll handles and ogee rims, 9.5cm high, 6.11ozt (2) £50 - £80 168. A George III silver tea caddy, John Denzilow, London 1782, straight sided oval form, bright cut decorated with Neoclassical festoons and floral garlands, between fluted and ribbon entwined borders, urn finial and hinged lid, 14cm high, 11.63ozt £1000 - £1200 169. Two pairs of George V silver salt and pepper pots, Horton and Allday, Birmingham 1915 and 1916, drum baluster form on three dolphin pad feet, 9cm high, 4.24ozt (4) £40 - £60 170. A George III silver teapot, Hester Bateman, London 1785, straight sided oval form with beaded borders, conical spout, ebony handle and finial, 26cm long, 13.50ozt £600 - £700

162 162. A Victorian silver portable Staniforth patent cigar box lighter, Fenton Brothers, London 1900, dual action hinged box opening to reveal grilled interiors, flanked by square section columns with flame and lighter stick, 20.5cm long, 20.79ozt £1200 - £1500

171 171. A Victorian silver castle top card case, Frederick Marson, Birmingham 1855, embossed in relief with Windsor castle, within a chased foliate scroll ground, 10cm x 7cm, 2.15ozt £700 - £800 172. A George II silver mug, Benjamin Cartwright (attributed), London 1735, footed plain baluster form, with hollow S scroll handle, 11cm high, 8.52ozt £600 - £700

163 163. A Victorian silver mug, Creswick and Co., Sheffield 1863, multisided baluster form, cast with relief moulded allegorical figures of children representing the seasons, between vacant foliate scroll bordered chased panels, on embossed bead and foliate bracket feet, double C scroll acanthus handle, 11cm high, 6.85ozt £100 - £150 164. An Edwardian silver mounted oak casket, Marples and Beasley, Birmingham 1906, sarcophagus form, applied with embossed and chased floral garlands and whiplash cartouches, the handles, cast with foliate lappets, 36cm long, 13cm high, 13.5cm deep £250 - £350 165. A large George V silver trumpet vase, Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1918, footed with banded knops and crimped rim, 32.5cm high, weighted £40 - £70

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166. A Victorian silver Guernsey jug and a miniature example, Abraham Meyer Blackensee for A P Rogers of Guernsey, Birmingham 1898, spherical with ribbed bands, 9cm high, 2.82ozt (2) £50 - £80

173. A pair of George III silver candle snuffers with tray, Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard, London 1812/13, the snuffers cast with fluted foliate C scroll handles, gadrooned open lyre stems and cast shell motifs, the tray of rectangular form with shell and gadrooned border, 23.5cm long, 11.14ozt £600 - £700

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180 174. An early Victorian silver castle top cigar case, Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1839, embossed in low relief to each side with views of Windsor castle, within chased foliate scroll ground, 12.5cm long, 6cm wide, 2.5cm deep £650 - £750 175. A pair of George V silver and tortoiseshell menu holders, Asprey and Co., London 1913, rectangular section, the domed plates inlaid with etched game birds, pheasant and grouse, weighted and based in Moroccan leather, 6cm long (2) £250 - £300 176. An Edwardian silver trencher plate, Elkington and Co., London 1904, broad rimmed circular form with gadrooned border, 20cm diameter, 11.62ozt £80 - £120

178 178. An Edwardian silver dish, William Hutton, Sheffield 1904, reticulated everted form with moulded scroll and shell border, fretted foliate and bar decoration, 28cm diameter, 12.46ozt £100 - £150 177 177. A Victorian silver dish, Sibray Hall and Co., London 1899, reticulated lobed boat form with scroll handles, pierced panels of S bars, knotted tendrils and sunburst clouds, 33cm long, 9.88ozt £80 - £120

179. A Victorian silver sovereign case, Deakin and Francis, Birmingham 1899/1900, fob watch form, chased with foliate scroll decoration, 3.5cm diameter, 1.00ozt £100 - £120 180. A large Edwardian silver centrepiece, Henry Wilkinson and Co., London 1910, the central trumpet vase with cast foliate rim, on stepped and splayed foot, flanked by two reticulated ogee baskets, supported on cast figural bi-tailed sea putti, the cruciform plateau with acanthus border, on four shell and foliate scroll bracket feet, 33cm high, 62cm long, 89.37ozt £3000 - £5000

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181. Two Edwardian silver mustard pots, George Nathan and Ridley Hayes, Chester 1910 and A and J Zimmerman, Birmingham 1907, one straight sided oval form with strap handle, the other of mid 18th century rounded and banded form on three feet, glass liners, 2.49ozt (2) £30 - £50

187. A pair of Victorian silver casters, Charles Stuart Harris, London 1896, George II style footed ogee baluster form, embossed with gadroons, reeding and beaded borders, 15cm high, 7.25ozt (2) £300 - £400

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182. A George V silver dish, Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1911, lobed oval form on splayed foot, bead and reel border, bright cut with husk swags and rosette motifs, 24.5cm long, 12.67ozt £100 - £150

188. A George V silver dish, Josiah Williams and Co., London 1923, square section, reticulated with pierced foliate scroll borders, feathered serpentine border, on open fluted foliate bracket feet, 14.06ozt £100 - £150

189 189. A George V silver pedestal comport, Martin Hall and Co., Sheffield 1918, ogee reticulated foliate scroll rim and plain rounded bowl on a knopped stepped trumpet foot, 20cm diameter, 13.09ozt £80 - £120 183 183. A William IV or early Victorian silver cruet stand, John Wilmin Figg, London 1837, reticulated drum form with serpentine gadrooned rim, on three S scroll bracket and cabriole feet, four facet cut glass bottles, with foliate scroll handle, 20.5cm high £180 - £250

190. A pair of George III silver coasters, John Weldring, London 1773, reticulated pellet trellis below a gadrooned rim, bone inset mahogany bases, 13cm diameter, 5cm high £1000 - £1200

184. An Edwardian silver tea caddy, Deakin and Francis, Birmingham 1909, early 18th century style, chamfered cuboid form with domed lid, 12cm high, 3.91ozt £150 - £200 185. A Victorian silver castle top card case, Taylor and Perry, Birmingham 1847, engine turned and engraved with a watery landscape and buildings, within Rococo shell scroll and foliate cartouche ground, 9.5cm x 7cm, 2.22ozt £450 - £500 186. A George II silver jug, Dorothy Mills and Thomas Sarbitt, London 1749, baluster form with ogee rim, ear handle, on three shell and C scroll trefid feet, embossed in the Rococo style, 9cm high, 2.67ozt £120 - £180

191 191. A pair of George III silver wine coasters, Frances Purton, London 1785, reticulated geometric panels, on plain mahogany bases, 11cm diameter, 5cm high (2) £1000 - £1200

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196. A Victorian silver christening mug, Goldsmiths Alliance Ltd., London 1876, cylindrical form on splayed foot, engraved with birds between knotted borders and ribboned foliate swags, acanthus moulded double C scroll handle, 8cm high, 5.01ozt £220 - £250

192. A George III silver and mother of pearl corkscrew, probably John Touliet, London circa 1790, the barrel toggle handle with steel open screw, in a ribbed conical case, 8.5cm long £300 - £400

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

195. A George III silver jug, Samuel Godbehere and Edward Wigan, London 1791, pedestal helmet form, on square base, bright cut engraved with floral swags and Neoclassical borders, embossed beaded rim, 14.5cm high, 2.11ozt £40 - £70

197. A Victorian silver bowl, Charles Stuart Harris, London 1886, embossed in the Persian style with a band of foliate scrolls between fluted and lappet borders, 10.5cm diameter, 5.14ozt £60 - £100 198. A George V silver three piece tea set, A J Zimmerman, Birmingham 1919, half reeded boat form, with ebony handle and finial, 18.22ozt (3) £150 - £250

194. A Victorian silver mounted cut glass decanter, Martin and Hall, Sheffield 1901, the rock crystal cut shouldered body probably by Stevens and Williams, decorated with coiled foliate fronds and cut the shoulder with fine hobnail ground, 28cm high £120 - £180

199. Paul Storr, a George IV silver twin handled bowl, London 1827, ogee lobed and footed ovoid form, with cast acanthus scroll handles, gilt interior, 21cm long, 11.85ozt £800 - £900

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200. A pair of George III silver scallop shell dishes, Alexander Field, London 1777, fluted with cast beaded borders, on conch shell feet, 13.5cm long, 6.56ozt (2) £500 - £600

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206. An Elizabeth II silver candelabrum, A L Davenport Ltd., Birmingham 1956, twin branched baluster form with three lights, 16cm high £30 - £50 207. Three George V and George VI silver golf trophies, Birmingham 1923 and 1937, one twin handled footed form with open scroll handles, another supported on three crossed golf clubs, on stands, two unweighted examples 6.86ozt (3) £70 - £100 201

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201. A Victorian silver mug, Robert Hennell III, London 1866, straight necked baluster or bulbous form, embossed with Anglo Persian beaded lotus and garter cartouches and ogee arcaded border, hollow dolphin scroll handle, 13cm high, 9.40ozt £120 - £180

213. An Edwardian silver christening mug, Mappin and Webb, Sheffield 1904, conical form, engraved with floral bouquets and vacant oval cartouche, between beaded borders, hollow C handle, 10cm high, 6.21ozt £250 - £280 214. A Victorian novelty silver shoe, Nathan and Hayes, Birmingham 1890, textured and modelled as a heeled slipper with bow, gilt interior, 20cm long, 4.80ozt £400 - £450

202. A set of three Elizabeth II silver trays, WH, Birmingham 1987 and 1988, ogee rimmed, 31cm, 21cm and 15.5cm diameter, 26.53ozt (3) £200 - £300 208 208. A Victorian silver vesta case, Henry William Dee, London 1873, plain rectangular form, opening to reveal a gilt interior with hinged compartment and steel grate, retailer Otner and Houle, 6cm x 2cm, 1.66ozt £200 - £300 209. A George VI silver dish, Roberts and Belk, Sheffield 1944, lobed and incised in the form of an open flower head, on four ball feet, 10cm diameter, 2.63ozt £30 - £50 203 203. A Victorian silver christening mug, Martin Hall and Co., London 1881, cylindrical form, engraved with ferns and a vacant cartouche, between beaded borders, double C scroll handle, gilt interior, 9cm high, 3.30ozt £50 - £80 204. A pair of George V silver candlesticks, A J Zimmerman, Birmingham 1929, plain cylindrical form with crenelated rims, 16cm high, weighted £50 - £100 205. A pair of Edwardian silver salt or pepper pots, George Nathan and Ridley Hayes, Chester 1907, 18th century half reeded baluster form, oval section with shell foliate rims to the lids, 8.5cm high, 2.36ozt (2) £30 - £50

210. A Victorian silver shaker, Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1899, Queen Anne style, octagonal banded and domed tower form, 13.5cm high, 3.69ozt £40 - £60 211. A Victorian silver aide memoire, Deakin and Francis, Birmingham 1900, embossed with C scrolls and floral sprays, vacant cartouches, the interior with leather pouches for stamps and notes, and a pencil, on chain, 10.5cm x 8cm £40 - £70 212. An Edwardian silver watch stand, Swan and Edgar, Birmingham 1906, rectangular, plain cushioned form, on Moroccan leather, velvet interior, 5cm diameter opening, 8.5cm x 8cm £40 - £60

215. A Moet and Chandon novelty silver plated table lighter, in the form of a champagne cork and foil cap, 8cm high £40 - £70 216. A George V silver cruet set, Walker and Hall, Birmingham 1920, 18th century style baluster form on lobed pad feet, including two salt pots, mustard and pepper, with spoons, in fitted case, 8.53ozt £80 - £120 217. An Elizabeth II silver reticulated bowl, C J Vander, Sheffield 1998, rounded with ogee rim and bright cut pierced hearts and foliate scroll body, 10cm diameter, 3.11ozt £40 - £60 218. A pair of George V silver candlesticks, Jones and Crompton, Birmingham 1919, oval section Neoclassical knopped trumpet baluster form, with fluted splayed base, 19.5cm high, weighted (2) £40 - £70 219. A pair of Elizabeth II silver salt and pepper grinders, James Dixon & Sons, Birmingham 2001, stamped 925 (2) £100 - £150 220. A George VI silver sauce boat, James Dixon and Sons, Sheffield 1944, plain helmet form on stylised C scroll pad feet, and circular handle, 18cm long, 8.48ozt £70 - £100

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221. A George V silver teapot, Barker Brothers Silver Ltd., Birmingham 1936, footed hemispherical form with crimped ribbon borders and multifaceted lid and body, 26cm long, 19.48ozt £150 - £250

231. A Victorian silver table cigar cutter, Wright and Davies, London 1899, cuboid plinth form with mechanical spring push action punch, 7cm high £140 - £180

222. A George VI silver tea strainer, Lanson Ltd., Birmingham 1945, on capstan stand, with fretted Persian foliate handles, 10.5cm long, 2.03ozt £30 - £50 223. A George V silver purse, LF, Birmingham 1918, hard cased with reel and bead borders and chased oval panels, opening to reveal a leather pouched interior, on chain, 12.5cm wide £30 - £50 224. A George VI silver backed brush and mirror set, Charles S Green and Co., Birmingham 1939, engine turned in the Art Deco style, in fitted box, hand mirror 30cm long £40 - £60 225. A pair of Elizabeth II silver egg cutters, Hugh Crawshaw, Sheffield 1995, modelled as a chicken with etched detailing, 13cm long, 2.08ozt £120 - £150 226. A William IV silver jug, William Hewitt, London 1834, lobed pedestal form with everted rim and pulled lip, embossed with floral sprigs and scroll cartouches, the handle cast with acanthus leaves, 18cm long, 10.32ozt £250 - £300 227. A pair of Victorian silver salt cellars, Samuel Smith and Son, London 1880, squat ogee boat form with everted cast foliate rim, on four floral kneed lions paw feet, 10cm long, 11.91ozt £100 - £150

232 232. Arthur John Seward, an Arts and Crafts silvered brass and copper chamberstick, splayed capstan form with angled handle, embossed with motto Now Is the Witching Hour of Night, stamped mark, 12cm high £50 - £80

228. A large George II silver salver, Francis Nelme, London 1730, circular with fluted ogee border, on four cast dolphin scroll and honeysuckle pad feet, 49cm diameter, 95.16ozt £3000 - £4000 229. A George VI silver reticulated bowl, Henry Clifford Davis, Birmingham 1947, hexalobular petal form, with laurel border, on three wishbone bracket feet, 9.5cm diameter, 2.19ozt £30 - £50

233 233. A silver and enamelled button, circa 1910, circular, realistically painted with a fox head, 1.5cm diameter £20 - £40 234. A Victorian Revivalist silver and gilt spoon, John Aldwinckle and Thomas Slater, London 1894, in the Jacobean style, knopped, turned and wrythen fluted to the terminal, 19.5cm long, 1.81ozt £30 - £50 235. John Hardman Powell, a Gothic Revival silver jug, John Hardman and Co., Birmingham 1864, footed baluster form, embossed to the lower section with lobed fish scale lappets and engraved with quatrefoils, between ropetwist borders, the handle terminating in a fleur de lys and crimped acanthus leaf, sparrow beak spout, 17cm high, 9.42ozt £1000 - £1200

230 230. A pair of Victorian silver taper sticks, Hawksworth, Eyre and Co., Sheffield 1894, in the George I style, chamfered baluster form on square bases, removable sconces, 12cm high (2) £160 - £180

236. An Aesthetic Movement silver plated kettle on stand, circa 1883, in the style of Christopher Dresser, angled ovoid form with square section bar and ebony dowel handle, on a three legged base, 24cm high £200 - £300

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237 240. An Arts and Crafts silver pedestal dish, William Davenport, Birmingham 1912, of traditional ogee scroll form with open Jugendstil style cartouche handles, with moulded riveting, 11cm diameter, 2.61ozt £40 - £70

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236 237. Christopher Dresser for Hukin and Heath, a silver plated double bonbonniere, circa 1880, the twin oval bowls united by a C loop handle, on four tee peg legs, stamped marks and number 2527, 21cm long £400 - £600 238. An American Aesthetic Movement silver plated tea set, Reed and Barton circa 1880, baluster form, embossed and incised in the Japonesque style with poppies and daisies on an acid etched millefleur ground, including teapot, coffee pot and twin handled sugar pot, 19cm high (3) £50 - £100 239. A pair of Arts and Crafts silver vases, Samuel Levi, Birmingham 1908, footed conical trumpet form with wrythen tendril twin handles, 12cm high (2) £40 - £70

241. An Arts and Crafts silver box, Horton and Allday, Birmingham 1901, embossed and chased in the Art Nouveau style with a maiden’s head and foliate tendrils, gilt interior, 10cm long, 3.95ozt £100 - £150 242. An Arts and Crafts silver pedestal bowl, William Hutton, Sheffield 1909, in the Secessionist style, octagonal section rounded form on conical foot, the rims denticulated, engraved retailer to the foot, Jays, 142-144, Oxford St. W. Silversmiths, 12.5cm high, 9.99ozt £80 - £120 243. Kate Harris for G L Connell, an Arts and Crafts silver inkwell, London 1902, triangular section, the lid embossed with an Art Nouveau woman with mirror and forget me nots, the sides with stylised flowering trees, on three pad feet, ceramic liner, 6cm high, 9cm diameter, 5.75ozt £900 - £1200

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244. A set of twelve Arts and Crafts silver plated forks, in the Glasgow style of Archibald Knox or Kate Harris, circa 1900, planished and cast with poppy head terminal, open entwined tendrils, including six dessert forks and six various dinner or fish forks (4 +2), stamped marks EPNS, 18cm long (12) £40 - £70 245. A pair of Arts and Crafts silver salt cellars and spoons, William Hair Haseler, Birmingham 1904, ogee bowls embossed and planished with teardrop diamond lappets, on Classical shell feet, gilt interiors, 2.95ozt, in fitted box £60 - £100

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246. An Arts and Crafts silver hand mirror, Henry Williamson Ltd., Birmingham 1905, embossed in the Art Nouveau style with a maiden’s head amongst flowering branches and sinuous foliate tendrils, 28cm long £30 - £50 247. An Art Nouveau white metal blotter, embossed with leaves and flowers, stamped JMLd, on a stained hardwood base, 12cm long £40 - £70 248. An Arts and Crafts silver matchbox, Green and Cadbury, Birmingham 1903, embossed in the Art Nouveau style with maiden’s head and foliate tendrils, 4.5cm x 3cm £30 - £50

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249. An Arts and Crafts silver buckle, William Comyns, London 1899, in the form of two reticulated heart shaped cartouches, relief moulded with winged maidens and flowers, within forget-me-not borders, 12.5cm, 86.8g £190 - £250 250. An Arts and Crafts silver spoon, George Unite, Birmingham 1901, the flat circular bowl on a twisted square section stem with open quatrefoil terminal, 13.5cm long, 0.39ozt £20 - £30 251. Bernard Cuzner for Liberty and Co., a pair of Arts and Crafts silver napkin rings, Birmingham 1912, incised wave and leaf design, 4.2cm diameter, 1.32ozt (2) £130 - £180

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252. A E Jones, an Arts and Crafts silver plated and enamelled casket, the hinged lid with riveted straps and central blind fretted roundel with enamel cabochon, supported on four splayed corner bracket legs, velvet lined interior, 20cm wide, 6cm high, 15cm £200 - £300 deep 253. A E Jones, an Arts and Crafts silver teapot, Birmingham 1922, planished and footed hemispherical form with applied ropetwist border, fruitwood handle and finial, 20cm long, 7.48ozt £100 - £150

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254. A E Jones, an Arts and Crafts silver four division toast rack, Birmingham 1922, open pointed horseshoe arches, planished and applied to each end with embossed Tudor roses, central square section hobnail headed handle, on four squat bun feet, 10.5cm long, 3.44ozt £80 - £120 255. A E Jones for G L Connell, an Arts and Crafts silver plated Ruskin set inkwell, circa 1915, planished flared form with domed lid, set with a purple cabochon, marked Connell, 6.5cm high £240 - £300 256. An Arts and Crafts style silver and Ruskin cabochon box, Adam Veevers, Birmingham, heart shaped, set with a blue green plaque, impressed mark, 4.5cm high £200 - £300

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257. An Arts and Crafts silver and enamelled box, Frederick Courthope, London 1907, cuboid form, the lid with turquoise and blue enamel, within a reed and ribbon border, gilt interior, 8.5cm long, 5cm deep, 2.5cm high, 2.90ozt £120 - £180

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258. An Arts and Crafts silvered copper coffee pot, circa 1920s, planished, footed baluster form with conical domed lid and wooden handle and finial, 27.5cm high £20 - £40 259. An Arts and Crafts silver chalice, J Wippell and Co., London 1936, in the style of Edward Spencer, planished hemispherical bowl on a hexagonal section cushion knop with ropetwist banding and splayed trumpet foot, 10.5cm high, 4.43ozt £100 - £150 260. A E Jones, an Arts and Crafts silver jug, Birmingham 1935, planished baluster form, cast with a band of triangular foliate motifs, turned wooden handle and knop finial, 21cm high, 14.61ozt £500 - £600 261. George Henry Hart for the Guild of Handicraft, an Arts and Crafts silver bowl, London 1937, hammered cauldron form with everted rim on three spherical ball feet on ropetwist bands, 9cm diameter, 5.63ozt £350 - £450 262. Guild of Handicraft, an Arts and Crafts style tray, London 1971, circular form, with fluted rim, 29.5cm diameter, 21.83ozt £600 - £700

264 264. A Secessionist silver bowl, in the style of Joseph Hoffmann, circa 1920, planished, the petal edged lobed and reeded dish on six spherical supports and splayed oval foot, stamped marks 800, 24.5cm long, 10cm high, 13.91ozt £150 - £250 265. Nils Hansen, a pair of Norwegian Secessionist silver spoons, Odel pattern, 18cm long, 2.12ozt (2) £30 - £50

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263. Guild of Handicraft, an Arts and Crafts style teapot, London 1980, footed baluster form, planished, with fruitwood handle and finial, 23cm long, 23.58ozt £700 - £900

266. Franz Hingelberg, a Danish Art Deco silver egg cup, 1935, cylindrical beaker form with everted rim, on a fluted foot, impressed marks and import marks, 4cm high, 1.22ozt £30 - £50

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275 269. A George V silver cocktail shaker, Adie Brothers, Birmingham 1929, shouldered conical for with gadrooned borders, 22.5cm high, 13.29ozt £800 - £1000 270. An Art Deco silver bowl, William Hair Haseler, Birmingham 1936, everted and hexalobular with open looped rim, on three geometric knee stepped feet, 26cm diameter, 15.68ozt £120 - £180

267 267. Harald Nielsen for Georg Jensen, a Danish Art Deco silver bowl, model 575A, the planished body with everted rim, on a turned and splayed ogee foot, stamped marks Dessin HN Sterling, 6.4cm diameter, 0.87ozt £80 - £120

271. A French Art Deco silver plated tea set, RM, circa 1930, stepped conical form with incised vertical bands and kingwood handles and finials, including a teapot, coffee pot, urn on stand and a tray, stamped marks, the oval tray 67.5cm long £100 - £200

272. A French Art Deco silver plated teapot, Phenix, Lyon circa 1925, multifaceted ovoid form with walnut handle and finial, the spout of fluted naturalistic ogee form, stamped marks, 18.5cm high £40 - £70 273. Keith Murray for Mappin and Webb, an Art Deco silver plated comport, circa 1933, shallow dished circular for, with stepped rim and incised concentric ring decoration, on conical incised ring foot, stamped marks, W27865, 24cm diameter £40 - £60

274 274. Keith Murray for Mappin and Webb, an Art Deco silver plated bowl or bon bon dish, circa 1931, the ogee bowl denticulated and reticulated with pierced triangle border, on stepped foot, stamped marks W28262, R.150, 12cm diameter, 4.5cm high £40 - £70

268 268. An Art Deco mixed metal and lacquer cigarette case, multicoloured 14 carat gold gate link motifs and central stepped cartouche, on a silver core, gilt to the interior, stamped Sterling 14k, 12cm x 8cm, 5.33ozt £400 - £500

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275. Keith Murray for Mappin and Webb, an Art Deco silver plated cocktail shaker, circa 1933, shouldered conical form with bands of concentric rings, angled and stepped handle, the pouring spout with bayonet stopper and safety chain, slightly domed and stepped lid, 22.5cm high £200 - £400 276. A pair of Art Deco style silver dishes, J B Chatterley and Sons Ltd., Birmingham 1944, footed octagonal section with triangular twin handles, on stepped bases, 14cm long, 6.71ozt £50 - £80 281 281. A pair of Spanish Modernist silver candlesticks, circa 1950s, tubular triangular cantilever design with rounded conical sconces, 10cm high, 17cm long, 3.78ozt (2) £80 - £120

284 284. Stuart Devlin, a novelty silver gilt surprise egg, London 1977, the crater textured body with plain band, opening to reveal a hummingbird feeding from a faux pearl flowering plant, number 32 of 300, 7.5cm long, 4.70ozt, in box £200 - £300 285. Stuart Devlin, a novelty silver gilt surprise Commemorative egg, London 1977, the vertical brush textured body opening to reveal a crown emerging from a flame encircled flared pedestal, Silver Jubilee, number 137, 7.5cm long, 3.99ozt, in box £200 - £300

277 277. Tiddit Wendt, a set of five Swedish silver inlaid ebony coaster, Helsingborg 1941, circular with stylised Classical and allegorical images of putti and figures, 9cm diameter (5) £40 - £70

282 282. A Finnish Modernist silver caddy spoon, Koruteollisuus Tillander Oy, Helsinki 1949, the handle cast and chased as a stylised figure in traditional costume, stamped marks, 10cm long, 0.85ozt £70 - £100

286 286. Stuart Devlin, a novelty silver gilt surprise egg, London 1974, the brushed body with plain band opening to reveal a leprechaun on a toadstool with enamelled flower, number 67, 7.5cm long, 4.78ozt, in box £200 - £300

278 278. A Danish Modernist silver saucepan, Carl M Cohr, Fredericia 1946, ribbed and crimped with turned wooden handle, 13cm long, 1.72ozt £30 - £50 279. Leslie Gordon Durbin, a Modernist silver dish, London 1958, planished oval form on ringed foot, set with a cast plaque for the Eugenics Society, and inscribed for Margaret Pyke, Galton Lecturer 1963, 28cm long, 20.93ozt £500 - £800 280. G Ciardetti, an Italian silver combination compact, circa 1950s, cuboid form, reeded and set with a square lapis plaque to the lipstick, in washed silk pouch, 8cm x 6cm, 5.16ozt £180 - £250

283 283. A Russian silver gilt and marbled cellulose compact, St Petersburg, circa 1940s, in the form of a scallop shell, relief moulded, 8cm long £150 - £250

287. Stuart Devlin, a novelty silver gilt surprise egg, London 1973, the horizontally brush textured body opening to reveal a seated child with a scoop of icecream, number 91, 7.5cm long, 4.41ozt, in box £200 - £300 288. Stuart Devlin, a Modernist silver and parcel gilt dish, London 1977, Armada form, the rim of rusticated lattice form, the central cast plaque commemorating the Royal Silver Jubilee, 33.5cm diameter, 26.4ozt £800 - £1200

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289 289. A Modernist silver, gilt and coral spoon and fork, circa 1980s, brushed, with oval gilt rimmed terminals set with carved reeded cabochons, stamped marks Ag 925, 14.5cm long, 1.38ozt (2) £40 - £70

292. A 9ct gold smoky quartz singlestone ring, with openwork gallery and shoulders, hallmarks partially indistinct, ring size S, 4.2g £30 - £50 293. An early 20th century 9ct gold shell cameo brooch, carved to depict the Three Graces, 5cm, 12g £80 - £120 294. An Edwardian 9ct gold shieldshape fob and a 9ct gold throne charm, 1.7cm and 4cm, 8.6g £80 - £120 295. An early 20th century 9ct gold longuard chain, with lobster clasp, 73cm, 18.4g £200 - £300

298. A late Victorian 18ct gold opal cabochon and old-cut diamond dress ring, estimated total diamond weight 0.30ct, hallmarks for Birmingham 1889, ring size O, 3.3g £350 - £450 299. A late Victorian gold, old-cut diamond, split pearl and black enamel mourning brooch, estimated total diamond weight 0.60ct, H-I colour, SI1-P1 clarity, 4.5cm, 9.3g £400 - £600 300. An early 20th century 18ct gold opal cabochon single-stone ring, with engraved shoulders, opal measuring approximately 10.8 by 10mms, ring size N, 4.8g £300 - £400 301. An early 20th century 9ct gold turquoise cabochon gate bracelet, 18cm, 9.4g £100 - £200

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302. An early 20th century 9ct gold graduated curb-link two-row bracelet, suspending a diamond chip accent 9ct gold back and front locket, together with two engraved lockets, total weight 12.2g £120 - £180

290. A pair of Modernist silver candlesticks, AAB, Sheffield 1998, the bowed stems with wrythen fluting, on plain sweeping feet, 18cm high, 22.73ozt (2) £300 - £500

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296 296. A late Victorian silver and gold, old and rose-cut diamond shamrock brooch, estimated total diamond weight 0.50ct, I-J colour, SI1-P1 clarity, 4cm, 3.9g £150 - £200

303. An early 20th century 14ct gold, citrine, white enamel and seed pearl foliate brooch, 2.5cm, 4.3g £50 - £70 304. A pair of early 20th century 9ct gold cufflinks, each designed as an ovalshape panel, with toggle and connecting chain, hallmarks for Chester 1920, 4.8g £40 - £60 305. An early 20th century 9ct gold wedding band ring, hallmarks for London 1916, ring size S, 7.7g £80 - £120 306. A 14ct gold crucifix pendant, with box-link chain, engraved 14K, length of pendant 3.5cm, length of chain 44cm, 3.6g £50 - £70

291 291. A late Victorian Scottish silver masonic jewel, for the 30th degree Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite, designed as a double headed eagle holding a removable gilt sword, with ruby eyes, beneath an oldcut diamond and vari-shape emerald accent crown, hallmarks for Edinburgh 1883, reverse inscribed Aurr Deas 30th April 1900, 6.1cm, 55.6g £80 - £120

297 297. A late 19th century gold, ruby and diamond garland necklace, estimated total diamond weight 0.30ct, 42.5cm, 9.2g £250 - £350

307. Two 9ct gold locket pendants, with chains, marks to indicate 9ct gold, 10.3g £80 - £120 308. A 9ct gold hinged bangle, of faceted design, hallmarks for London, 1981, inner diameter 5.9cm, 10.1g £120 - £180

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309. Two pairs of 9ct gold hoop earrings, hallmarks for 9ct gold, 3.1cm and 2.2cm, 20.3g £200 - £300 310. An 18ct gold brilliant-cut diamond single-stone pendant, with figaro-link chain, diamond estimated weight 0.35ct, H-I colour, SI2-P1 clarity, hallmarks for 18ct gold, length of pendant 1.1cm, length of chain 44cm, 3.1g £120 - £180 311. An 18ct gold lapis lazuli singlestone ring, with single-cut diamond initial ‘O’ overlay, stamped 18K Italy, ring size S, 11.7g £200 - £300 312. An 18ct gold amethyst singlestone ring, amethyst weight 7.21cts, engraved to band, hallmarks for Birmingham, ring size M1/2, 3.7g £200 - £300 313. An 18ct gold brilliant-cut diamond half eternity ring, total diamond weight 0.40ct, stamped to band, estimated H-I colour, SI clarity, stamped 750, ring size L1/2, 4.6g £200 - £300

322. An 18ct gold diamond band ring, with brilliant-cut diamond line accent, estimated total diamond weight 0.20ct, hallmarks for Birmingham 2008, ring size N, 6.6g £200 - £300 323. An oval-shape green tourmaline single-stone ring, with floral shoulders, stamped 585, approximate ring size K, 3.1g £120 - £180 324. An 18ct gold necklace and a bracelet, marks to indicate 18ct gold, 42cm and 18cm, 1.6g £150 - £200 325. An 18ct gold brilliant-cut diamond half eternity ring, estimated total diamond weight 0.50ct, H-I colour, SI clarity, stamped 750, ring size N, 3.1g £200 - £300

330. An 18ct gold oval-shape emerald and brilliant-cut diamond cluster ring, with diamond line shoulders, emerald estimated weight 0.85ct, estimated total diamond weight 1ct, I-J colour, VS clarity, hallmarks for London 1989, ring size M1/2, 5.4g £800 - £1200 331. An 18ct gold brilliant-cut and square-shape diamond half eternity ring, estimated total diamond weight 0.80ct, I-J colour, VS2-SI1 clarity, stamped 750, ring size N, 4.5g £500 - £700 332. An 18ct gold ladybird pendant, with pave-set diamond wings, estimated total diamond weight 0.60ct, H-I colour, SI clarity, hallmarks for Birmingham, 2.6cm, 4.7g £200 - £300

326. An 18ct gold diamond geometric pendant, estimated total diamond weight 0.50ct, hallmarks for Birmingham, 2.6cm, 3.8g £200 - £300

314. A 9ct gold brilliant-cut diamond hinged bangle, with engraved decoration, estimated total diamond weight 0.40ct, inner diameter 5.7cm, 16.5g £350 - £450 315. An 18ct gold rectangular-shape diamond single-stone ring, diamond weight 0.34ct, engraved to band, estimated G-H colour, VS2-SI1 clarity, ring size N, 2.6g £350 - £450 316. An 18ct gold sapphire and brilliant-cut diamond necklace, on an integral trace-link chain, sapphire weight 0.55ct, total diamond weight 0.33ct, hallmarks for Birmingham, 42cm, 4.7g £650 - £850 317. A 9ct gold curb-link necklace, import marks for Sheffield, 1991, 77cm, 38.1g £400 - £600 318. A 9ct gold gate bracelet, with heart-shape padlock clasp, hallmarks for London 1979, 20.5cm, 15.4g £150 - £200 319. Clogau, a pair of 9ct gold novelty earrings, each designed as a harvest mouse, hallmarks for Sheffield, 2.9cm, 4.9g £120 - £180

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327 327. An 18ct gold amethyst singlestone pendant, with ruby three-stone surmount, suspended from an oval-link chain, hallmarks for Birmingham, length of pendant 1.7cm, length of chain 44cm, 3.2g £250 - £350 328. An 18ct gold brilliant-cut diamond line bracelet, with undulating spacers and push-piece clasp, estimated total diamond weight 0.60ct, G-H colour, VS clarity, clasp stamped 750, 18.7cm, 10.5g £400 - £600 329. An 18ct gold sapphire and diamond triple cluster ring, total sapphire weight 0.84ct, total diamond weight 0.14ct, each engraved to band, marks to indicate 18ct gold, ring size M, 3.6g £450 - £650

320. A 9ct gold charm bracelet, suspending five charms, together with an envelope charm, clasp at fault, 18.5cm, 18.5g £150 - £250 321. A 9ct gold gate bracelet, with heart-shape padlock clasp, hallmarks for London 1973, 19cm, 18.2g £180 - £260

333. An 18ct gold citrine, diamond and brown diamond dress ring, with open band, estimated total diamond weight 0.60ct, hallmarks for Birmingham, approximate ring size O, 7.6g £450 - £650

334 334. An 18ct gold sapphire and diamond turtle pendant, with pink sapphire cabochon eyes and articulated legs, suspended from a 9ct gold trace-link chain, estimated total sapphire weight 3cts, estimated total diamond weight 0.30ct, hallmarks for Sheffield, length of pendant 2.7cm, length of chain 45cm, total weight £600 - £800 6.2g 335. A pair of 18ct gold citrine and diamond drop earrings, hallmarks for Birmingham, 1.8cm, 3.7g £300 - £400

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336. UnoAErre, a 9ct gold curb-link necklace, Italian marks, import marks for Sheffield, 61cm, 35.2g £400 - £600

349. A mid 20th century brilliant and single-cut diamond floral spray brooch, estimated total diamond weight 1.50cts, principal diamond estimated H-I colour, SI clarity, 4.8cm, 8g £300 - £500

341 341. A pair of 18ct gold ruby and brilliant-cut diamond cluster earrings, total ruby weight 1.52cts, total diamond weight 0.55ct, each stamped to one back fitting, stamped 750 to other back fitting, 1.1cm, 6.1g £500 - £700 337 337. An 18ct gold square-shape emerald and brilliant-cut diamond cluster ring, emerald weight 0.41ct, total diamond weight 0.52ct, hallmarks for London 2014, ring size M1/2, 4.3g £450 - £650

342. An 18ct gold pear-shape blue topaz single-stone ring, with circularshape sapphire and brilliant-cut diamond line shoulders, hallmarks for Birmingham, ring size M1/2, 3.8g £250 - £350 343. An 18ct gold sapphire and brilliant-cut diamond undulating pendant, with concealed surmount, total sapphire weight 0.48ct, total diamond weight 0.11ct, each engraved to mount, 1.8cm, 1.2g £300 - £400 344. A pair of brilliant-cut diamond single-stone stud earrings, estimated total diamond weight 0.30ct, H-I colour, VS clarity, back fittings stamped 750, 0.5cm, 1.6g £200 - £300

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350. A 1940s 14ct gold calibre-cut synthetic ruby necklace, with spherical drops and ‘S’ hook clasp, 41cm, 18.8g £500 - £700

338. A platinum brilliant-cut diamond single-stone ring, with tapered shoulders, estimated diamond weight 0.75ct, H-I colour, SI clarity, hallmarks for Birmingham, ring size N1/2, 4.5g £1000 - £1500

345. Two mid 20th century 18ct gold rings, to include a single-cut diamond floral cluster ring, together with a sapphire and diamond dress ring, estimated total diamond weight 0.15ct, ring sizes O and P1/2, 4.4g £120 - £180

339. A malachite cabochon singlestone ring, with openwork shoulders, stamped 18ct, ring size P1/2, 8.1g £250 - £350

346. An 18ct gold brilliant and baguette-cut diamond cluster ring, estimated total diamond weight 0.40ct, G-H colour, SI clarity, hallmarks for Birmingham, ring size M1/2, 2.2g £320 - £450 347. Deakin & Francis, a 9ct gold garnet and tsavorite garnet cabochon panel, suspended from a garnet bead necklace, with barrel clasp, hallmarks for Birmingham 1987, 39.5cm, 70g £200 - £300 348. A pair of 1940s 14ct gold, calibre-cut synthetic ruby drop earrings, 4.4cm, 13.6g £300 - £500

351 351. An 18ct gold mother-of-pearl and diamond floral dress ring, total diamond weight 0.90ct, engraved to band, estimated H-I colour, VS2-SI1 clarity, hallmarks for Birmingham, ring size P, 6.7g £600 - £800 352. An 18ct gold oval-shape ruby and brilliant-cut diamond line bracelet, estimated total ruby weight 8.50cts, estimated total diamond weight 1.20cts, GH colour, SI1-P1 clarity, stamped 750 to clasp, 18.5cm, 18g £1500 - £2000 353. A 9ct gold figaro-link necklace, hallmarks for Sheffield, 50cm, 18.4g £200 - £300 354. Two wedding bands, including a 22ct gold ring, with hallmarks for London, together with another unmarked example, ring sizes L and N1/2, total weight 8.2g £100 - £150 355. An 18ct gold brilliant-cut diamond half eternity ring, total diamond weight 0.18ct, engraved to band, estimated G-H colour, VS clarity, stamped 750, ring size M1/2, 2g £200 - £300 356. A suite of 9ct gold tiger’s eye jewellery, to include a necklace, a pair of earrings, a bracelet and a ring, hallmarks for 9ct gold, necklace 58cm, earrings 2.9cm, bracelet 19cm, ring size N, 34.4g £120 - £180

340 340. An 18ct gold brilliant-cut diamond and mother-of-pearl cross pendant, estimated total diamond weight 0.40ct, H-I colour, SI clarity, 3.1cm, 2.7g £300 - £400

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367. An 18ct gold cultured pearl, brilliant-cut diamond, blue topaz and amethyst drop pendant, with chain, estimated total diamond weight 0.15ct, hallmarks for Birmingham, length of pendant 4.8cm, length of chain 39cm, 8.1g £600 - £800

368 368. An 18ct gold brilliant-cut yellow diamond and sapphire cabochon teddy bear brooch, with vari-cut ruby bow tie and circular-shape emerald eyes, estimated total diamond weight 1ct, VS clarity, hallmarks for London 1988, 3.2cm, 8.7g, with George Pragnell case £800 - £1200

369 357. A 9ct gold cultured pearl and diamond dress ring, total cultured pearl weight 1.053cts, total diamond weight 0.20ct, each engraved to band, diamonds estimated H-J colour, SI1-P1 clarity, hallmarks for Birmingham, ring size O1/2, 2.6g £150 - £200 358. A 9ct gold fancy-link necklace, hallmarks for Birmingham, 46cm, 18g £200 - £300 359. An 18ct gold brilliant and baguette-cut diamond cluster ring, estimated total diamond weight 0.40ct, GH colour, SI clarity, engraved 750, ring size M1/2, 2g £300 - £400 360. A pair of 18ct gold white agate and brown diamond drop earrings, total diamond weight 0.23ct, engraved to mount, estimated VS clarity, hallmarks for Birmingham, 4.8 and 4.9cm, 11.7g £400 - £600 361. Tiffany & Co., an 18ct gold brilliant-cut diamond and vari-hue enamel turtle pendant, suspended from a trace-link chain, length of pendant 2.3cm, length of chain 45cm, 3.7g, with maker’s case £500 - £700 362. An 18ct gold baguette and brilliant-cut diamond dress ring of undulating design, estimated total diamond weight 2cts, G-H colour, VS2-SI2 clarity, hallmarks for Birmingham, ring size P, 9g £1000 - £1500

369. An 18ct gold square-shape diamond line bracelet, with partially concealed push-piece clasp, estimated total diamond weight 4.50cts, G-H colour, VS clarity, stamped 750, 18.5cm, 21.7g £2000 - £3000

363 363. An 18ct gold blue topaz and diamond cocktail ring, topaz weight 7.33cts, engraved to band, estimated total diamond weight 1.60cts, hallmarks for London 2006, ring size N, 11g £500 - £700

370. An 18ct gold rectangular-shape emerald and brilliant-cut diamond cluster ring, emerald estimated weight 3.90cts, estimated total diamond weight 2cts, H-J colour, VS2-SI2 clarity, hallmarks for Sheffield, ring size S, 8.4g £2500 - £3500

364. An 18ct gold necklace, suspending a series of pave-set diamond stars, with brilliant-cut diamond collet spacers, total diamond weight 0.37ct, engraved to clasp, stamped 750, 42cm, 3.4g £500 - £700 365. A pair of emerald and brilliantcut diamond cluster earrings, total emerald weight 1.02cts, total diamond weight 0.36ct, estimated G-H colour, VS clarity, stamped 750 to butterfly back fittings, 0.9cm, 3.1g £650 - £850 371 366. A pair of 18ct gold cultured pearl, brilliant-cut diamond, blue topaz and amethyst drop earrings, estimated total diamond weight 0.40ct, G-H colour, VS clarity, hallmarks for Birmingham, 4.6cm, 15.3g £800 - £1200

371. A pair of 18ct gold garnet and brilliant-cut diamond cluster earrings, with detachable diamond and baroque pearl drop, estimated total diamond weight 0.35ct, H-I colour, VS clarity, hallmarks for Birmingham, 3.1cm, 13.5g £600 - £800

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374. Edouard Aime Arnould, an Art Nouveau silver foliate necklace, designed as a graduated honesty leaf fringe, 40cm, 10.5g £150 - £200

380. An Arts & Crafts silver mounted Ruskin Kingfisher lustre brooch, with shamrock and feather accent border, hallmarks for Birmingham 1919, diameter 4cm, 10.5g £40 - £60

375. An Edwardian 15ct gold varishape sapphire and old-cut diamond negligee necklace, estimated total diamond weight 0.25ct, clasp stamped 15CT, 42cm, 5.8g £300 - £500

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372 372. An 18ct gold pave-set diamond, sapphire and grey baroque cultured pearl exotic bird brooch, perched on a black diamond branch, with red enamel highlights, estimated total diamond weight 3cts, G-H colour, VS clarity, stamped 750, 8.9cm, 30.5g £2500 - £3500

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381. A 1920s silver and enamel pansy brooch, maker’s marks for John Atkins & Sons, blue basse taille enamel with yellow and black detailing, stamped ‘sterling 1289’ to reverse, 2.7cm, 5.6g £40 - £60

376. Alexander Ritchie, an Arts & Crafts Iona silver snake motif pin, maker’s marks for Alexander Ritchie, hallmarks for Birmingham 1936, 5.8cm, 24.6g £80 - £120 377. Child & Child, a late Victorian silver vari-hue enamel buckle belt, hallmarks for London 1898, 7.5cm, 45g £50 - £80 378. Alexander Ritchie, an Arts & Crafts Iona silver Celtic cross pendant, hallmarks for Chester 1907, 8.1cm, 17.1g £80 - £120

382 382. An Arts & Crafts silver and varihue enamel brooch, of stylised sword and shield form, 3.5cm, 5.8g £100 - £150

373 373. Child & Child, a late Victorian silver and gold, turquoise openwork pendant, maker’s marks for Child & Child, 7cm, 13.2g, with fitted case £300 - £500

379 379. An Arts & Crafts silver and enamel pendant, on integral chain, circa 1920, the central roundel cabochon in mottled blue, green and red hues, within a square-shape embossed beaded frame, length of pendant 4cm, length of chain 50cm, total weight 14.1g £40 - £60

383 383. Murrle Bennett & Co., an Art Nouveau silver and vari-hue enamel foliate necklace, with toggle clasp, maker’s marks for Murrle Bennett & Co, stamped 950, 41.5cm, 12.9g £200 - £400

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387. Robert Welch, a Modernist silver tree brooch, reticulated scroll design, 3.5cm, 4.8g £20 - £40 388. Poul Hansen for Georg Jensen, a pair of Modernist silver cufflinks, model 75A, oval form with incised double C motifs, 13.9g £30 - £50

393. Accurist, a lady’s 1960s 9ct gold textured bracelet watch, with manual wind movement, hallmarks for London 1967, length 16.9cm including case, service guarantee dated 1968, total weight 26.1g £320 - £450

384 384. An Arts & Crafts style 9ct gold moss agate cabochon bracelet, with reticulated Celtic knot connecting panels, hallmarks for Birmingham, 19cm, 17.5g £350 - £450 385. An early 20th century Jugendstil silver, plique-a-jour enamel, garnet, pearl and paste pendant, marked geschutzt, indistinct maker’s mark, 4.9cm, 4.2g £100 - £150

389 389. A Norwegian silver and vari-hue enamel butterfly brooch, stamped S925, 5.5cm, 9.9g £40 - £70 390. Georg Jensen, a Modernist silver tie clip for Cherry Heering, Denmark 1968, modelled with stylised cherries, engraved to the back, 6cm, 13g, with maker’s case £100 - £150 391. Rotary, a lady’s 9ct gold Elite wrist watch, with mother of pearl dial, hallmarks for London, box and papers, 1.7cm excluding crown, total weight 15.3g £100 - £150

386 386. Theodor Fahrner, an Art Deco silver, marcasite and coral cabochon floral brooch, with rope-twist and bead applied petals, 6cm, 26g £180 - £260

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392. Longines, a 14ct gold wrist watch, with subsidiary seconds dial, movement numbered 7301000, 2.5cm wide excluding crown, 3.5cm long including lugs £80 - £120

394 394. Omega, a gentleman’s Seamaster Polaris bi-colour bracelet watch, 3.2cm excluding crown, service papers dated 2018, with manufacturer’s booklet £200 - £300 395. Longines, a lady’s 9ct gold Presence watch, with integral bracelet, Swiss convention marks, 17.5cm long including case, 25.8g £300 - £400 396. IWC, a gentleman’s 18ct gold wrist watch, signed manual wind calibre 89, numbered 1474950, case numbered 1515540, Swiss convention marks, 3.5cm excluding crown £500 - £700 397. LeCoultre & Vacheron Constantin, a 14ct gold Galaxy Mystery wrist watch, with single-cut diamond dial, signed manual wind calibre 800/CW, serial 1200383, case ref. 615-208, numbered 52836, 3.3cm excluding crown £800 - £1200

395 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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409. An early 20th century 9ct gold pocket watch, B & Co, white enamelled dial with subsidiary seconds, hallmarks for Birmingham 1919, 5cm diameter, total weight 81.2g £100 - £200 410. A 9ct gold single-cut diamond accent signet ring, hallmarks for Birmingham 1960, ring size S, 5.6g £50 - £70 411. Two pairs of silver enamel skull cufflinks, stamped 925, 1.9cm and 2.2cm, 31.3g £30 - £50 412. A 9ct gold fancy-link bracelet, import marks for Sheffield 1993, 18cm, 9.5g £100 - £150 413. A pair of lapis lazuli cabochon earrings, together with an emerald and cubic zirconia floral dress ring, marks to indicate 9ct and 14ct gold, diameter of earrings 1.4cm, ring size P, total weight 6.7g £50 - £100 414. Four pairs of silver, gem-set or enamel cufflinks, to include a pair of black enamel Audi cufflinks, one with hallmarks for silver, three stamped 925, 1.5cm to 2.3cm, 60g £50 - £70 415. Five gold chains, one initial pendant, and a shell cameo brooch, one with hallmarks for 9ct gold, four stamped 375, one chain and cameo brooch unmarked, total weight 23.5g £150 - £200 398 398. A late 18th century French gold, old and rose-cut diamond skeleton pocket watch, white enamel dial with Arabic numerals, glazed front and back with vari-cut diamond reticulated foliate panel, 4cm diameter, total weight 49.7g Note: similar examples were designed by the influential watchmaker Jean-Antoine Lepine, although the present example appears to be unsigned £400 - £600 399.

A Victoria half-sovereign coin, dated 1899, 4g £100 - £150

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A George V half-sovereign coin, dated 1914, 4g £100 - £150

401. A George V 9ct gold vesta case, hip fitting with engine turned Regency stripe design, maker’s mark for Collingwood & Son, hallmarks for Chester 1921, 4.5cm by 6cm, 30.6g £250 - £350 402. Six pairs of gold stud earrings, to include an 18ct gold diamond accent floral example and four 9ct gold studs, marks to indicate gold, total weight 10.4g £100 - £150 403. A cultured pearl single-strand necklace, with lobster clasp, clasp marked 22K, 59cm £20 - £40 404. A selection of silver jewellery, to include a mid 20th century Charles Horner adjustable buckle belt design bangle, a 1960s bangle, four necklaces, a brooch and a ring, 108.7g £70 - £100 405. Two pairs of silver cufflinks, including a pair of skull and bone cufflinks, together with a sapphire cabochon example, stamped 925, 1.4cm and 2.6cm, 32.9g £30 - £50 406. A selection of five gem-set rings, to include a 9ct gold emerald and diamond half eternity ring, a 9ct gold ruby and diamond half eternity ring, together with three further rings, three with hallmarks for 9ct gold, one stamped 9ct, one unmarked, total weight 14.7g £120 - £180 407. Three pairs of silver enamel cufflinks, stamped 925, 1.5cm and 2cm, 28g £30 - £50 408. Two early 20th century 9ct gold wrist watches, hallmarks for London 1922 and Birmingham 1914, one with base metal strap, 18 and 18.5cm including case, total weight 31.8g £120 - £180

416. Two mid 20th century gold gem-set rings, including an 18ct gold single-cut diamond two-stone ring and a 9ct gold citrine single-stone ring, estimated total diamond weight 0.10ct, ring sizes R and P, total weight 4.2g £50 - £100 417. A selection of jewellery, including three 9ct gold bracelets and a 9ct gold heart-shape locket, together with a base metal locket and chain, four with marks to indicate 9ct gold, total weight 16gms £100 - £150 418. Two 9ct gold gem-set pendants, including an emerald and diamond cross and a pave-set diamond pendant, one with 18ct gold chain, estimated total diamond weight 0.20ct, total weight 6.1g £80 - £120 419. Daniel Vior, a silver blue topaz single-stone Pexia dress ring, stamped 925, ring size P, 11.6g, with maker’s case £80 - £120 420. Three 9ct gold chains, one with bear charm pendant, marks to indicate 9ct gold, 8.4g £80 - £120 421. GTO London, a pair of RFM, Real Ferrari Metal cufflinks, each designed as a bullet, 3cm, with maker’s case £120 - £180 422. Two 9ct gold diamond and gem-set pendants, including a sapphire and diamond cluster, together with an amethyst, peridot and diamond pendant, each with chains, marks to indicate 9ct gold, 8.7g £100 - £150 423. 9ct gold chains including two rope-twist necklaces and a bracelet, 52cm, 39cm and 18.5cm, 8.1g £80 - £120 424. Two gold brooches, including a 15ct gold, peridot and seed pearl example and a late Victorian heart and forget-me-not brooch, 6cm and 4.2cm, total weight 4.9g £40 - £60 425. A selection of jewellery including a pair of shell cameo earrings, a ring and a brooch, together with two cultured pearl bracelets and a necklace, two with hallmarks for 9ct gold, two with marks to indicate 9ct gold, two unmarked £50 - £100 426. A selection of jewellery and two watches. To include a 9ct gold Kyneton Anglers Club fob pendant, a 9ct gold peridot pendant, two 9ct gold watches and five further items. Four with hallmarks for 9ct gold. Some base metal. Total weight 62gms. £120 - £180

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ORIENTAL CERAMICS AND WORKS OF ART 434. A Chinese polychrome decorated vase, Kangxi, circa 1700, ogee moulded rectangular section inverse baluster form with elongated flared neck, painted with a mountainous watery landscape to each side, with figures, alternating with prunus specimens, below a neck with four floral panels and a ribbon and rosette border, 32.5cm high £200 - £400

427. A Chinese blue and white vase and cover, inverse baluster form, painted with foo dogs in clouds, 27cm high £80 - £120 428. A Chinese export blue and white plate, painted with a floral outdoor scene, 34cm wide £40 - £60 429. A Chinese famille rose vase, Qianlong mark, rounded shoulder rouleau form, enamelled with foliate scrolls and lotus flowers on a feather scroll incised pink ground, underglaze blue inset seal mark, 23.5cm high £300 - £500

435. A Japanese Imari charger, 37cm long, together with a Japanese blue and white plate, painted with flowers, 31cm long (2) £50 - £70

432 432. A Persian pottery Hookah base, painted in Iznik colours with floral lappets and bands of foliate chains, 20cm high £50 - £80

430 430. A blue and white Iznik pottery tile, Ottoman Turkey, circa 1530, hexagonal form, painted in the Persian style with flower heads and foliate tendril scrolls, around a central rosette, 27cm diameter £600 - £800

433 433. Two Chinese famille rose boxes and covers, Cantonese, 19th century, including a lidded soap dish and a twin compartment cuboid box, each with figures in garden landscapes, foliate scroll and gilt grounds, 19cm long, 6.5cm high, 9cm deep (2) £40 - £70

436. A Chinese Republican porcelain figure group of Chairman Mao with comrades, circa 1950s, modelled in a heroic pose, wearing green suits with red books and flag, 42.5cm high £400 - £600

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431 431. Two Persian blue and white Iznik type plates, painted with flower heads and foliate tendrils, turquoise ground to one, 30.5cm diameter (2) £50 - £80

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437. A Chinese famille rose vase, Qianlong mark, shouldered ovoid form, decorated with circular cartouches of poppies and chrysanthemums within a gilt and polychrome millefleur ground, red seal mark, 34cm high £100 - £200 438. A Japanese Satsuma teapot and a miniature vase, Meiji, the vase of shouldered form with gilt dragon on blue ground, 6.5cm high (2) £40 - £70 439. Three Japanese Satsuma vases, Meiji, including double gourd, ovoid and inverse baluster, variously painted and gilded with floral and figural vignettes, 16cm high (3) £60 - £80

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442. A Japanese Satsuma bowl, Meiji, painted with fan shaped and circular vignettes of figures in garden landscapes, within chrysanthemum and wild flower ground, the exterior with gilt foliate scroll and floral band, 13cm diameter £70 - £100 443. A Japanese Satsuma vase, Meiji, twin handled inverse baluster form, painted with two panels of Samurai and Geisha in a lakeside encampment with Mount Fuji, within a raised gilt geometric ground, moulded lions mask handles, 18.5cm high £70 - £100 444. A Japanese Satsuma koro, Kinkozan, Meiji, twin handled ovoid form on three horn feet, painted with two kidney bean cartouches of interior scenes with Samurai and Geisha, below geometric bands, together with a smaller example, 13cm wide (2) £80 - £120 445. Two Japanese Satsuma vases, Meiji, square section shouldered form, each painted with four panels , one with figures in garden landscapes, the other with deities alternating with firebird and floral motifs on a blue and gilt foliate scroll ground, the other geometric raised gilt patchwork, 15.5cm high (2) £80 - £120

440 440. A Japanese Satsuma koro, Meiji, spherical form with three bracket feet, painted in the round with a lakeside courtly procession of elders and musicians, between borders of ruyi heads and bisected floral ground lappets, indistinct gilt mark, 8cm high £100 - £150 441. A Japanese Satsuma plate, Meiji, painted and raised gilt decorated with ducks on a flowery lakeside shore with Mount Fuji and temples, within geometric border, 16cm diameter £50 - £100

446. A Japanese Satsuma vase, Kinkozan, Meiji, shouldered form, painted in the round with aristocratic figures in a mountain garden landscape, between Greek Key borders, the central cartouche portrait of mother and child, on a tasselled geometric band, below a tooled gilt patchwork floral and diaper shoulder, raised gilt mark, 15.5cm high £80 - £120

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447 447. A Japanese Satsuma bowl, Seikozan, Meiji, the interior painted with a courtyard garden tea ceremony, within a raised gilt floral border, the exterior decorated in the round with figures in a garden landscape, all on a gilt speckled ground, £200 - £400

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449 453. A Chinese carved jade pendant, modelled as a pig, recumbent, 5.5cm long £30 - £50 454. λ A 19th century ivory letter opener or page turner, elephant decoration to handle, 29cm long £20 - £30 455. A W Faber, a 19th century carved ivory dip pen, Japanese Meiji body with bamboo effect trunk and standing monkey holding a double gourd above its head, 22cm long £30 - £50 456. Six Chinese hardstone carvings, including two seals with frog and goose, a mutton fat jade belt hook and plaque pendant, figures embracing and a shishi dog, 5cm (6) £40 - £60 457. Two Chinese jade type carved stone bangles and a ring, internal diameter 6cm (3) £30 - £50

448 448. A pair of Japanese Satsuma vases, Meiji, shouldered form, painted with populated panels of deities and dragon, within patchwork border of raised gilt geometric cartouches, gilt on black marks, 16.5cm high (2) £120 - £180 449. A Chinese bronze censer, Xuande mark, squat twin handled form with ring handles, on three integral stump feet, 13.5cm wide, 4.5cm high, 331.8g £2000 - £3000 450. Three 19th century Japanese carved ivory Okimono, Meiji, including sitting Buddha, kneeling man and another, 7.5cm high (3) £40 - £70 451. A 19th century Chinese carved ivory box and cover, cylindrical form, the lid with wrythen dragon amongst clouds, 5.5cm diameter £30 - £50 452. A Chinese jade carving of a lion, modelled in relief, recumbent, 7cm long £30 - £50

458. Five Chinese carved pendants, including reticulated jade, fish, birds and figures, one with incised verses to each side, 6cm (5) £40 - £60 459. Four Chinese reticulated jade pendants, including knotted serpents, dragon and birds, 7.5cm (4) £40 - £60 460. Six Chinese carved jade pendants, some reticulated, including dragon, insect and floral designs, 6.5cm (6) £40 - £60 461. Four Chinese hardstone carvings, including nephrite, entwined fish, lions and shishi dogs, 8cm (4) £40 - £60 462. Two Chinese jade carvings, modelled ass two monkeys with a peach, the other with two rats, 4cm (2) £40 - £60 463. A Chinese carved white jade pendant, modelled as a coiled lion, mutton fat colour, 3cm long £30 - £50 464. Two Chinese carved jade seals, both with lions to the finials, one white, 4.5cm high (2) £20 - £40

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465. Indian School (19th Century), Portrait of a Semi Nude Woman, gouache, 15cm x 11cm, framed £60 - £100

472. An Indian gouache, 19th century, of two women carrying vases, in a garden, 26cm x 18cm, framed £60 - £100 473. Four 19th century Japanese erotic woodblock prints on rice paper, 20cm x 28cm, framed (4) £200 - £400

478 474 474. A 19th century bronze and ivory brush pot, the cylindrical body carved with leaves, within a stepped open geometric and floral cast cage, supported on three rearing elephant feet, 15cm high £300 - £400

466 466. A 19th century Indian carved ivory figure of a Hindu hunter, modelled with bow and rabbit, on wooden base, 16cm high £40 - £70

478. A 19th century Japanese carved and stained ivory okimono, Meiji, modelled as a woman with basket, on wooden base, 17cm high £40 - £70

475. A Chinese embroidered silk panel, depicting a figure skipping on a three legged frog, surrounded by butterflies and flowers, 26cm x 28cm, framed £30 - £50 476. An Indian carved stone elephant, 36cm high £400 - £600

467. A Chinese embroidered silk panel, depicting peacocks and butterflies within a foliate and gold thread border, 19cm x 50cm, framed £30 - £50 479 468. A pair of Indian erotic strip panels, gouache, depicting Kama Sutra illustrations, 62cm x 12cm, framed (2) £80 - £120 469. A 19th century Japanese woodblock printed scroll, of erotic images, coloured, 21cm wide £100 - £150 470. A Kashmir wooden and papiermache turban box, decagonal form with alternating black and gilt ground foliate scroll panels, and domed lid, 26cm diameter £70 - £100 471. A large Chinese Archaistic style bronze bowl, rounded form, relief moulded with lotus cartouches alternating with character symbols, between key bands and a lapped border, 34cm diameter £100 - £200

479. A 19th century carved and painted ivory figure group, modelled as a lion attacking an elephant gilded, on a wooden base, 11.5cm high £200 - £300 477 477. A Chinese carved tortoiseshell snuff box, 19th century, modelled in relief with populated garden landscape scenes within floral borders to the lid, 7cm wide, 5cm deep, 2cm high £120 - £180

480 480. A Chinese jade carving, in the form of a supine horse with monkey, 9cm £300 - £500

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485. λ A Japanese Meiji 明治 period ivory and Shibayama page turner, inlaid on both sides with semi precious stones ,coral, mother-of-pearl and abalone, the front depicts a humorous scene of frog musicians performing a balancing act in order to catch butterflies, the other side depicts a bird above a profusely inlaid floral pattern, 39.5cm long £800 - £1200 486. A 19th century Indian lacquer papier mache pen box, oval form with sliding drawer, decorated with gilt roundels and scrolls on a black ground, 27.5cm long, 5.5cm high, together with a round hexagonal wax seal attached to a silk paisley bag, a letter in Persian embellished in gold, and three partial letters in English and Persian (7) £500 - £700 481 481. A Japanese carved ivory shibayama okimono of an elephant, Meiji, set with cabochon jewels, signed, 5.5cm long £200 - £400 482. A 19th century Anglo Indian carved ivory, horn and bone pedestal chess table, the hexagonal top with inset tiles and blind fretted foliate scroll panels, beaded and incised with vine borders, on a turned and studded support, the cruciform base on four lions paw feet, red stained and white pieces, 27.5cm diameter, 24cm high £200 - £300 483. A pair of Japanese Shibayama panels, Meiji, modelled with a medley of trailing flowers including hibiscus and wisteria, in ivory, mother of pearl, wood and abalone, signature lozenge, 83cm x 49cm (2) £300 - £500 484. Honda Yosaburo (attributed), a pair of 19th century Japanese cloisonné vases, Meiji, flattened ovoid shouldered form, each with opposing asymmetrical cartouches of Ho-o or Fenghuang birds and dragons, between grey ground panels of butterflies, all within an aventurine foliate scroll and lotus flower ground, punctuated with floral bordered roundels of flowers and animals, below an alternating lappet collar of archaistic dragons and birds, on four conical feet, 26cm high (2) £1200 - £1800

487. An album of approximately 200 early 20th century French colonial postcards of Islamic mosques, locations include Algeria, Senegal, Morocco, Egypt and other places in North Africa £200 - £300 488. China, an unusual album of 89 black and white postcards of antique Chinese art £300 - £500 489. An 18th/19th century Persian calligraphy panel, text surrounded by foliate and gilt border, 13cm x 23cm £200 - £300 490. China, a mid 19th century Chinese export watercolour of silk weavers using looming machines, 49cm x 38cm, framed £800 - £1200 491. China, a 19th century watercolour botanical study of a Chinese plant, 28m x 17cm, framed £200 - £300 492. China, a 19th century watercolour botanical study of a Chinese plant, 30m x 19cm, Chinese black part gilt frame £300 - £500

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493. China, a 19th century watercolour botanical study of a Chinese plant, 30m x 19cm, Chinese black part gilt frame £300 - £500

496. Indian School (19th century), A Princess with her Maiden, gouache on paper with gilt highlights, 13.5cm x 8.5cm, unframed £60 - £80

494. China, a 19th century watercolour botanical study of a Chinese plant, 28m x 17cm, framed £200 - £300

497. λ Indian School (19th century), A Portrait of a Sikh Maharaja on ivory, possibly Ranjit Singh, 14cm x 8.5cm, silver mount and purple velvet frame £2000 - £3000 498. A Polynesian Tonga hardwood pole club, tapering cylindrical form with linear and zig-zag carving all over, 105cm long £800 - £1200 499. An African tribal stringed instrument made from animal hide, 41cm long, together with a similar instrument with carved figural stem, skin covered sound box, 60cm long (2) £300 - £500

495 495. An Indian mother of pearl dish, possibly Gujarat, circular form with jagged edge rim, pinned sections of mother of pearl forming a large central rosette with an outer band of rectangular panels, 20cm wide £400 - £600

500 500. A Chinese silk and embroidered qun skirt, Qing Dynasty, 19th century or earlier, pleated yellow Damask type body with blue embroidered panels of butterflies in a floral ground, black ribbon bands and a border of blue on black millefleur design, 99cm long, 117 wide at top £200 - £400

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FA NS 501. Two 20th century Chinese pierced bone Tea Ceremony fans, circa 1890, the design one of horizontal bands with three focal points, the central one larger, both 19cm long (2) £30 - £50 502. An early 20th century Maltese lace and white mother of pearl fan, mounted with a Maltese hand-made lace leaf, circa 1910, worked in several horizontal bands with different designs, the upper band features the Maltese cross, 21cm long £120 - £160 503. An early 20th century mixed Brussels lace fan, the leaf mainly bobbin lace, with a horseshoe feature to the right side enclosing a needlepoint rose, mounted on plain resin or 'blonde tortoiseshell' sticks and ribs, 24cm long £150 - £250 504. λ A 19th century Chinese ivory fan, the monture plain, save for deeply carved ovals to the guard tips, the cream gauze leaf is embroidered in pastels with a dragon, and possibly bats in flight, verso is plain, 20cm long £50 - £80 505. Three fans, An 1840s or later Chinese fan, Qing Dynasty, the tan wood lightly carved and pierced in horizontal bands, the leaf of cream gauze embroidered in pastels using long and short satin stitch with a four-claw dragon, together with original fitted box, 24cm long; a circa 1890s pierced bone Chinese brisé fan, of the Tea Ceremony type, 27cm long; a pierced bone Chinese brisé fan, 23.5cm long (3) £80 - £120 506. A selection of more modern Japanese fans, to include a wood example, the single paper leaf painted with birds in flight, 24cm long; a fan with flowers and leaves, 19cm long; a cream gauze leaf fan painted with a landscape, a snow-capped Mount Fuji in the distance, marked to the far right 'Formosa', 15cm long (3) £40 - £70 507. A circa 1840s or later Chinese fan, Qing Dynasty, the bone monture carved and lightly pierced, the leaf of cream gauze embroidered mainly in pastels, contained in the original fitted box, 22cm long £50 - £80 508. Two fans, a black Chantilly lace fan, circa 1890s, the leaf applied onto cream silk, and backed with black cotton, plain tortoiseshell monture, 30cm long and a carved and pierced bone brisé fan, 20cm long (2) £60 - £100

510 510. A Canton Chinese wood brisé fan lacquered in black and decorated in gold, circa 1840, Qing Dynasty, the guards decorated with fish and butterflies, the stick tips and lower gorge with foliage and the centres both sides with figures, 20cm long £300 - £500 511. Three fans, a late 18th century Chinese folding fan with double paper leaf, Qing Dynasty, decorated with an Oriental scene of figures in garden, verso is plain, 27cm long; a 19th century fan, the recto with black ground painted with a scene of pagodas in a mountain landscape, artist’s signature to the right and calligraphy verso, 26cm long; a 20th century pierced brisé fan, printed with roses, 20cm long (3) £80 - £120 512. λ A 19th century Chinese carved ivory brisé fan, Qing Dynasty, circa 1830s, carved both sides, with a central vacant cartouche in a populted garden landscape, the rounded tips are each carved with characters, animals and trees, the guards are both carved with a dragon, below figures under a tree, 18.5cm long £200 - £300 513. Three fans, a late 19th century black gauze fan, leaf painted with a group of butterflies to one side and birds in flight to the other, wood monture painted black, 37.5cm long; a black silk satin fan, embroidered with a spray of pink roses and red fuchsias, verso plain black, 35cm long; a black silk satin fan, painted with roses and forget-me-not, on plain black wood sticks, 31.5cm long (3) £70 - £100 514. λ A 19th century Chinese carved ivory fan, the guards deeply carved with figures, pavilions and flowers, the leaf of embroidered cream silk, the recto featuring partridges, butterflies and flowers, the verso butterflies and flowers, fitted with a shaped loop and bi-coloured silk tassel, 33cm long £250 - £350 515. Four 19th and 20th century feather fans, including a tortoiseshell and ostrich feather fan, the loop fitted with a black silk cord and tassel, 34cm long; a large tortoiseshell fan with female ostrich feathers, 40cm long; a black ostrich feather fan mounted on tortoiseshell, 41cm long; a Court fan, circa 1900, 72cm long (4) £120 - £160

509 509. A Chinese black lacquer brisé fan, later Qing Dynasty, decorated to the recto and guards with gold, mother of pearl thumb guards, decorated with figures and animals in landscape, verso is plain, 19cm long £150 - £250

516. Four 19th and 20th century fans, an early 20th century white ostrich feather fan, circa 1900, mounted on white mother of pearl sticks, 42cm long; a large late 19th century Brussels bobbin lace fan of floral design, mounted on lightly incised bone, 35cm long; a large cream gauze fan painted with dark birds in flight, mounted on bone, 35cm long; a plain blue satin fan, verso blue feathers, mounted on lightly carved bone, 39cm long (4) £100 - £150

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517. Four fans, an early 20th century red gauze fan of fontange form, mounted on simple wood sticks painted in gold, decorated with flowers and insects, 36cm long; a black wood fan, with gold sequins, 35cm long; a large cream gauze fan, embroidered with silver sequins, 35cm long; an early 20th century black wood fan, 35cm long (4) £80 - £120 518. Two 19th century fans; a mother of pearl fan with dyed blue mother of pearl guards, mounted à l’Anglaise on ivory gorge sticks, the gauze leaf is embroidered with central spangled band between alternating green and gold sequin borders, 16cm long; an ivory fan, the guards carved and painted pink and green with flowers and a pole, central cartouche painted with young woman and signed, painted pink flowers are interspersed within embroidered gold and silver spangles, 22cm long (2) £80 - £120

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519. λ Two Chinese Export ivory fans, an 18th century ivory fan with Chinese Export monture, Qing Dynasty, guards carved in three panels, each with a mother of pearl thumb guard, the gorge sticks lightly carved with interior populated scene, the double paper leaf, in pale lilac with small silver sequins, verso is plain, 28cm long; a Chinese Export fan, Qing Dynasty, the upper guards carved with four sections, with stylised trees, flowers and figures, the gorge sticks are carved and pierced in four horizontal bands, with complex geometric designs of different sizes, the double paper leaf is painted with oriental figures, verso with flowers and insects, 26.5cm long £80 - £120 520. λ Three 18th century Chinoiserie fans, Qing Dynasty, the montures of ivory, the first with slender monture, carved and pierced in European style, double leaf painted to the recto with three main scenes and four small vignettes, the verso is painted with a simple spray of pink and blue flowers, 25.5cm long; a mid-18th century fan, the ivory monture carved and pierced, the upper guards with a robed oriental man , the lower section and gorge sticks shaped at the shoulder and in three further bands, 28.5cm long; an ivory fan, the slender guards lacquered in taupe with delicate stems and flowers, 28cm long (3) £90 - £120 521. λ Two 18th century ivory fans, an early 18th century fan with ivory monture, the guards overlaid with white mother of pearl, the velum leaf, mounted à L’Anglaise, shows Cupid before his altar, plain verso, 27.5cm long; an 18th century ivory fan, with bulbous head, the monture slender, the guards plain and the gorge sticks carved and pierced in bands, the double paper leaf is painted with Venus in her chariot drawn by white doves, verso is painted with a tree, bird and insects, 25.5cm long (2) £120 - £180

524 524. An 18th century carved ivory fan, the sguards with Buddha seated, painted in sea-green, with dolphins to the sides above a beehive, the vellum leaf, mounted à l’Anglaise, in two sections, both with rural scenes, below a floral border, filled with crushed mother of pearl, verso is painted in similar fashion, dated “17?9”, 26cm long £200 - £400 525. λ Two 18th century fans, Bacchus and Ariadne: an early 18th century ivory fan, the gorge painted with four shaped vignettes, the vellum leaf, mounted à l’Anglaise, shows the arrival of Bacchus, and Ariadne, the chariot drawn by leopards, verso is painted with a maiden seated in a clearing, scythe in her hand, 26cm long; an 18th century fan, the monture of bone, the double paper leaf printed and hand coloured, showing a king greeting travellers, verso with a countryside scene, 27.5cm long (2) £100 - £150

522. λ Two 18th century ivory fans, an early 18th century fan, the monture carved with male and female figures to the upper guard, each gorge stick is carved into gilded columns, the vellum leaf, mounted à l’Anglaise, painted with a pastoral scene of figures in landscape, 24.5cm long; an 18th century gentleman’s fan, the plain dark green silk leaf edged with gold, the simple ivory monture carved and pierced to the gorge in a classical design, 24.5cm long (2) £150 - £250 523. λ Gaius Julius Caesar: an 18th century ivory fan, the slender monture carved to the upper guards with the bust of a soldier in profile, the Gorge sticks classically carved and pierced, the vellum leaf, mounted à l’Anglaise, painted with Caesar and his generals in discussion, bordered in gold with crushed mother of pearl, verso in cream painted with floral sprays, 24.5cm long £250 - £350

526 526. λ A large 18th century ivory fan, the monture a half circle, the upper guards carved with children embracing, the gorge carved, pierced and gilded, the vellum leaf, mounted à l’Anglaise, is divided into five sections, two of triangular form, the turquoise background containing a shaped vignette, each featuring a robed Chinoiserie figure, the remaining scenes are painted with three rural images, verso is painted with flowers and landscape, 26cm long £150 - £250

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527. λ Two 19th century Japanese fans, the first with ivory guards, lacquered in gold and painted in bright red and dark green, 25.5cm long; a large topographical Japanese fan, the double paper leaf mounted on bamboo, verso plain, 34cm long (2) £60 - £80 528. λ A selection of miniature fans, of mixed materials, together with a small white mother of pearl dance card fan or Carnet de Bal, wedge-shaped, the upper guard inscribed in black with the word “Bal”, 21cm long; six small fans: early 20th century Chinese fan, the silk leaf painted with waterside flowers and reeds, 15cm long, etc. (7) £50 - £80 529. λ Three fans, a 19th century Chinese carved ivory brisé fan, the guardsticks with figures, pavilions and flowers, 19cm long; a similar chinese carved ivory brise fan, 19cm long; a fan with mother of pearl sticks and guards, the leaf hand painted with Cupid and a young woman, signed R Serand, verso plain, 21cm long (3) £200 - £300 530. A selection of fans of mixed materials; a shibayama and bone fan, guardsticks decorated with insects and animals, leaf painted with geishas playing music on a a balcony, verso painted with poulty and flowers; two miniature pierced bone fans; a miniature plain bone fan with mother of pearl guardsticks inscribed 'Bal'; a miniature tortoiseshell fan with black velvet tassel; four bone fans with plain or pierced guardsticks, plain, sequinned or painted silk leafs, a bone feather fan with carved guardsticks; a cream gauze fan mounted on pierced wooden sticks painted in gold, and other (11) £80 - £100

534. λ A selection of 19th and early 20th century fans for restoration and spares, including an ivory fan with serpentine sticks, mounted à l’Anglaise, of silk laid over cream gauze, 23cm long; a silk fan, 21.5cm long; an ivory fan circa 1870s to 80s, overlaid with floral Brussels bobbin appliqué lace, 24cm long; a 19th century lace fan, 28cm long including lace edge; a pair of mid 19th century face screens or fixed fans; an early 19th century fan with plain and simple pink silk leaf, 21cm long; a Regency sequin fan, 19cm long etc. (9) £80 - £120 535. λ Two 18th century fans, an 18th century Chinese Export, Qing Dynasty fan, finely carved and pierced gorge, with insects and fruits, the pink silk leaf is applied with 18th century bobbin lace edging, painted with trompe l’oeil of “ribbon”, verso plain in black silk, 28.5cm long; a mid-18th century ivory fan, the double vellum leaf painted with several groups and courting couples in the countryside, verso is painted with entwined initials in gold and red “G” beneath a Viscount coronet, 28cm long (2) £180 - £250 536. λ Three mid-18th century ivory fans, the first with double paper leaf, the leaf is painted en grisaille, with a spray of flowers, edged with silver foil, verso has a single bud and leaves painted in the same fashion, 27.5cm long; a fan with découpé, Chinoiserie leaf, 28cm long; a mid-18th century ivory fan with carved upper guard and simple piercing to the gorge sticks, the double paper leaf depicts a gathering in the outdoors in Chinoiserie fashion, verso with a floral spray, 28.5cm long (3) £180 - £250

531. λ A selection of mainly Regency period ivory fans for spares or repair: P. JUCHAU, London, with paper leaf, mounted à l’Anglaise on slender sticks and muse seated in a cloud playing a harp, 17cm long; an ivory fan painted with Venus, 20cm long; a Regency printed fan, probably bone, 20cm long; an early 19th century carved and pierced ivory brisé, 16.5cm long; an ivory fan, classically carved and pierced, the cream silk leaf embroidered with silver sequins in swags, etc. (8) £100 - £200 532. λ Two 18th century fans, The Triumph of Bacchus: an early 18th century ivory fan, the upper guards carved with a semi-naked male figure holding a trumpet and pennant aloft, standing on an orb, the double vellum leaf painted with a Bacchanlian procession with Venus above, edged in gold, verso painted with Cupid balancing on a globe, 26cm long; a late 18th century carved ivory brisé fan, painted with a central panel of Classical figures, 26cm long (2) £200 - £300

537 537. λ A mid 19th century fan with gilt metal guards, circa 1830, the upper sections each with two recessed panels painted with flowers, covered with glass, the leaf, of cream silk laid over gold lamé, embroidered with gold sequins and spangles, mounted à l’Anglaise on ivory gorge sticks and ribs, verso is plain, 21.5cm long £150 - £250 538. λ Two 18th century fans, a mid-18th century ivory fan with the monture carved and pierced, the cream silk leaf painted with vertical panels of wild flowers, embroidered with bands of sequins, alternating between gold and silver,verso is plain, 28.5cm long; an 18th century ivory fan, the monture carved and pierced to the upper guard and gorge, the gorge sticks carved in regular designs, the leaf is finished with silver foil to the edges, 24cm long (2) £110 - £150

533 533. λ An early 19th century ivory fan with spyglass, the leaf with two horizontal painted panels, backed with cream silk, the top third of the leaf is designed with a band of cream silk painted with five topographical scenes, mounted à l’Anglaise, 19cm long £150 - £250

539. λ Two 18th century fans, an early 18th century ivory fan with slender monture, the double paper leaf, in Chinoiserie style, verso is plain, save for a pale pink peony, 28cm long; a later 18th century ivory fan, the monture painted in green and violet, with flowers, the double paper leaf with striped vertical lines, central cartouche is painted with a young oriental child in a clearing, verso is plain, save for a delicate spray of blossom, 28cm long (2) £150 - £250

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540. λ Two early 19th century fans, a 19th century fan with double paper leaf, circa 1830s, the ivory monture inset with tortoiseshell to the upper guards, 26.5cm long; a small carved and pierced ivory brisé fan, the central cartouche carved with a family group of three, the vignettes to each side carved with a gentleman to the left and a lady to the right, large diamantés to the rivet, verso is not carved, 16.5cm long (2) £80 - £120

541. England since the Conquest: a printed fan, the double paper leaf published by J.Cock and J.P.Crowther in 1793, and mounted on bone, the leaf, by S.J. Neele, 352 Strand (London), records England through the ages, from the 11th to the 18th century, printed with all manner of facts, intended, as recorded on the top left border, to educate "This Historical page with useful lefsons (sic) fraught, Awakes the mind to every serious thought", this version, is decorated with a double border, one of leaves, one with swags, the recto starts with William the Conqueror and the verso finishes with George III, and the words "VIVE LE ROI", see The Schreiber Collection unmounted leaf 72, English fans 132 and 133, 27cm long £200 - £400 542. A mid 18th Century hand painted fan with gilded, pierced, carved and shaped mother of pearl-backed ivory guards and matching ivory sticks forming a figural scene with paste rivet to the base. The double paper leaf painted with a full central scene showing figures and putti in an Arcadian landscape, all surrounded by an elaborate gilt and floral border, 10.5 inches long £800 - £1200 543. A fine mid 18th Century hand painted chicken skin fan with gilded, pierced, carved and shaped ivory guards and matching ivory sticks. The sticks with three separate hand painted cartouches, each of a classical maiden with paste rivet to the base. The double leaf painted with a full central scene showing a wedding procession in a country landscape, headed by musicians, the bride on horseback with entourage ,all surrounded by an elaborate gilt and floral border. The verso with a central scene of a courting couple, the gentleman presenting a dove to his lady, 11.5 inches long

541

With old label giving provenance 'Lord Hamilton Charles Mills by family descent to present owner'. £800 - £1200

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543 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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544 544. λ A pair of Chinese Qing dynasty 'Pien Mien' ivory, kingfisher feather and silk embroidered circular hand screens / fans, circa 1840, of a type used by the ladies of the Imperial Court during the summer time, each is brightly and boldly applied to one side with raised birds of paradise on branches, butterflies and flowers made using principally turquoise Kingfisher feathers all applied to a gold foil ground, verso with delicately embroidered floral designs, all set within an embroidered circular frame with carved ivory handles, the terminals shaped and carved as stylised bats, 17cm wide (2), note: a group of comparable fans are in the Imperial Palace, Beijing, illustrated in Classics of Forbidden City 'Life in the Forbidden City of Qing Dynasty' ISBN 978-7-80047-655-6 by the Forbidden City publishing house, edited by Wang Shuqing and Lu Yanzhen, Beijing 2007, pl.212, see also N.J.Irons, Fans of Imperial China, Hong Kong, 1982, p.227, for a kingfisher-decorated fan of similar type, where he describes them as Pien-mien fans, a similar silk screen fan with applied designs of feather inlay, dated circa 1850 is illustrated by C.L.Crossman, The Decorative Arts of the China Trade, Suffolk, 1997, pl.202 (ex collection of the Peabody Museum of Salem) £5000 - £7000

545. Two fans, a mid- 19th century Chinese Mandarin fan, Qing Dynasty, the monture of wood, lacquered in black and decorated in gold, the guards feature auspicious symbols including a bat, the gorge depicts a large outdoor scene with figures, their robes of applied silk and their faces of painted ivory, and buildings, the double paper leaf features various gatherings, mostly outdoors, with some views to the distance, 28cm long; a second Chinese fan monture, lacking the leaf, with a gorge designed in horizontal bands, the sticks shaped, each with detailed images, from large flowers, to robed figures, with very little background left bare, the guards with figures, flowers and butterflies, 28cm long (2) £180 - £240

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WORKS OF ART, METAL AND LIGHTING 549. A carved Blue John hardstone egg, 6cm long £120 - £180 550. An Art Deco cold painted bronze and onyx dish or ashtray, modelled with courting pheasants on a branch, green onyx base, 13cm high £40 - £70 551. A novelty treen barrel box, turned fruitwood with brass studs, on ped legs with screw cap end, 10.5cm high £30 - £50

546 546. A Gebruder Heubach bisque headed doll, circa 1912, laughing boy No.8191, open mouth with teeth, painted eyes and moulded hair, composite jointed body, impressed marks, 33cm high £200 - £400

552. A Victorian mounted cane / walking stick, knop engraved Royal George, Sunk 1782, Raised 1840, with engraving of ship foundering, 91cm long, note: HMS Royal George was a ship of the line of the Royal Navy which sank on 29 August 1782 whilst anchored at Spithead off Portsmouth, with the loss of more than 800 lives, making it one of the most deadly maritime disasters in British territorial waters £40 - £60 553. A Victorian ivory silver assay weights case, by Ladd and Oertling, London, circular with screw cap, with 14 weight vacancies and a single Avery weight, 6cm diameter £30 - £50

555 555. A 19th century carved coconut bugbear flask, with French silver mount, modelled in relief with a tribal ritual dancing scene and American native figures, within foliate bordered panels, zoomorphic mask to the opening, 14cm long £200 - £400 556. A large piece boxwood and ebony weighted chess set, turned and carved pieces, in wooden slide lid box, the King 14.5cm high £120 - £180 557. A William IV black painted wooden truncheon, baton marked IV W.R, plain rounded grip, 57cm long £40 - £60 558. A pair of cast bronze twin handled vases, of Grecian form, decorated in relief with heads and trailed vines, 24cm wide (2) £100 - £200

547 547. A Kammer & Reinhardt bisque head doll circa 1909, ‘Marie’, 101, blue intaglio eyes, closed mouth, blonde mohair wig, and ball-jointed composition body, impressed K * R, 101, 34, 34cm high £300 - £500 548. Two 18th century ivory patch or toothpick boxes, one of navette form with cut steel beaded borders around a central painted pastoral plaque of young archer, the other with an allegorical muse, in clouds, Erato, each velvet lined with mirrored lids, 9.5cm long (2) £200 - £300

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559. A German novelty ladies legs corkscrew, circa 1890, celluloid and nickel, with blue and white striped stockings, 7cm long closed £70 - £100

554 554. An ormolu and leather inset desk stand, 19th century, lobed kidney form with three lidded urns and a central domed bell, cast with Classical detailing and acanthus lids, on fluted pilaster and gadrooned bun feet, the inset surface with Chinoiserie style gilt design, 29cm wide £60 - £100

560. A German novelty ladies legs corkscrew, circa 1890, celluloid and nickel, with blue and white striped stockings, 7cm long closed £70 - £100

561, 560 & 559

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561. A German novelty ladies legs corkscrew, circa 1890, celluloid and nickel, with pink and white striped stockings, 7cm long closed £80 - £120 562. A collection of seven 17th century latten spoons, including Puritan with touch mark GC and heart in bowl, seal top with Tudor rose in bowl and three other slip tops (7) £50 - £80 563. A George III Jersey pewter measure, circa 1760, baluster form with twin acorn thumbpiece, 16.5cm high including thumbpiece £50 - £80

569. An Austrian gilt metal and enamelled miniature salon suite with a Swiss clock work musical table by Reuge Ste Croix, in the Louis XV style, decorated with 18th century pastoral courting scenes, stamped marks, 7.5cm high (6) £500 - £700 570. A Second World War aircraft identification telescope, Cooke, Troughton & Simms, 1942, marked ‘Telescope Identification A.A. Mark III / 1942 CTS No 3945 / O.S. 583 G.A.’, in original box £200 - £400

564 564. A George III Scottish pewter mutchkin tappit hen, circa 1780, shouldered form with incised lines, dome lid with erect thumbpiece, 18cm high including thumbpiece £100 - £200 565. A George III Jersey pewter measure, circa 1780, baluster form with twin acorn thumbpiece, 16.5cm high including thumbpiece £50 - £80 566. A George I pewter plain rimmed dish, John Duncumb of Bewdley, circa 1720, and a George II pewter plate, Stynt Duncumb of Bewdley, circa 1750, touchmarks to underside of both, 38cm and 23cm wide (2) £40 - £60 567. A Neolithic Adze blade, carved and polished stone, circa 3000 BC, tapered form with rounded end and angled edges, 17cm long £70 - £100 568. A 19th century Goliath corkscrew, articulated steel construction, stamped marks and patent number, 18cm long £80 - £120

571 571. A 19th century Russian icon of Virgin and child, oil on board, 34cm x 30cm, framed £600 - £800 572. A Tartanware go to bed match box, with holder nozzle, oval section, 6cm long £40 - £70 573. A late 19th century Swiss simulated rosewood 10 air musical box, B.H. Abrahams, St. Croix, Switzerland circa 1885, hinged rectangular cover with musical instrument decal on rosewood field within stringing and kingwood borders, enclosing printed air card of Walter Marty, Herisau, the 16cm barrel three bells with brass strikers in the shape of bees operated by a crank handle, enclosed in ebonised wood, 22cm high, 45cm wide, 26cm deep £200 - £300 574. A 19th century Dieppe carved ivory figure, modelled as a windswept woman in bonnet, 7.5cm high £40 - £70 575. An Orthodox Icon of St John the Baptist, painted on panel, 19th century, 15.5cm x 11cm £60 - £80

569

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585 585. Karl Hagenauer, an Austrian brass bowl, after 1927, the pierced cylindrical base with golfing figures, supporting a plain rounded dish, 20cm diameter £240 - £300 586. Karl Hagenauer, African bust figure, 1940s, patinated bronze with brass strap necklace, stamped marks, 25cm high £300 - £500 576

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576. A pair of George III mahogany and Old Sheffield Plate mounted candlesticks, circa 1780, the turned and fluted wooden columns of metal collared and square block bases, the sconces of urn form with relief moulded lappets and beaded borders, weighted, 36cm high (2) £80 - £120

580. Pietro Giorgi (attributed), a carved alabaster figure of a Dutch girl with a crab, circa 1900, 40.5cm high £100 - £150

577. An early 19th century burr olive wood and tortoiseshell snuff box, circular form, turned and lined in shell, 6.5cm diameter £30 - £50

582. Claude Michel Clodion (17381814), the Triumph of Bacchus, bronze figure group, 19th century or later, signed in the cast, 61cm high £500 - £800

578. A 19th century carved limestone sculpture of a woman’s torso, in the classical style, 105cm high £100 - £200

581. Leopold Kampf, a bronze figure of a retired soldier, modelled standing, signed in the cast, 43cm high £200 - £300

583. Karl Hagenauer, Madonna and Child, brass and rosewood mounted plaque, stamped marks, 19cm x 8.5cm £80 - £120

587 587. Karl Hagenauer, African bust figure, circa 1940s, bronze with ring to wrist, stamped marks, 13cm high £300 - £500 588. Karl Hagenauer, a brass pipe holder, after 1927, the bowl supported by two comical mice, stamped marks, 9cm long £200 - £300

579 579. Lopienski Brothers, a pair of early 20th century bronze figural bookends, modelled as young boys, impressed marks and engraved presentation ‘Warsaw 1946’, 16cm high (2) £100 - £200

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584. Karl Hagenauer, African bust figure, 1940s, patinated bronze with brass strap necklace, stamped marks, 24cm high £200 - £300

589. Karl Hagenauer, an Austrian copper, brass and hardwood teapot, and a jug, circa 1950s, hemispherical form with pulled tapered spout, stamped marks, 27cm long £200 - £300

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596. A set of ten Art Nouveau embossed wall panels, each of rectangular form, in two sections, modelled in relief with stylised Persian leaf and flower heads on beaded lappets, below geometric foliate borders, 102cm x 62cm (10) £120 - £180 597. A Secessionist painted wooden tea caddy, parquetry style cuboid form, two roundels painted in the style of Michael Powolny for Wiener Werkstatte, with putti on animals, the borders with geometric multicoloured chevron and triangle bands, opening to reveal a similarly decorated internal lid, 12.5cm high, 12cm wide, 9cm deep £200 - £300 598. An Art Deco shagreen bridge box, cuboid form with glazed lid, opening to reveal a twin compartment interior for decks of cards, 8cm wide, 10cm high, 11.5cm deep £200 - £300

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599. An Art Deco onyx and malachite desk calendar, with adjustable rotating display and month window, 18cm long, 12cm high, together with an onyx and hardstone photo frame, gilt metal mounted, oval form, 22cm x 18cm (2) £90 - £120

590. † Erté (Romain de Tirtoff) (1892-1990), Samson & Delilah, a bronze wall sculpture, cold painted and gilded and modelled in relief with articulated chains, produced by Chalk & Vermilion 1989, signed and numbered in the cast 24/37, 27cm x 37cm, framed, note: image originally created in 1926 as a set design for George White’s Scandals production ‘Famous Heroines’ £800 - £1200 591. An Art Deco chrome plated cocktail recipe menu, stepped and conical form with flip action, each recipe printed on ivorine cards, 10cm high £30 - £50 592. An Arts and Crafts embroidered panel of an angel playing an instrument, 63cm x 26cm, framed £70 - £100

600 600. Claude Bonnefond for Imperial Zinn, a Jugendstil pewter centrepiece planter, relief moulded and reticulated in the Art Nouveau style with a maiden reclining amongst Iris heads and sinuous fronds, on scrolled bracket feet, gilt brass liner, signed, 40cm long £500 - £700

593 593. An Arts and Crafts carved oak desk folder, rectangular form, the cover pierced in the Art Nouveau style with tulips and leaves, the back board carved in low relief with a simplified design of the same, lined in suede leather, 29.5cm x 25cm £40 - £70 594. An Arts and Crafts embroidered panel, in the style of Morris and Co., rose and entwined leaf design, 32cm x 30cm, framed £50 - £80 595. A Secessionist printed velvet tablecloth, circa 1910, square, the border of stylised tulip design in ochres on a green ground, 94cm square £100 - £150

601 601. WMF, a Jugendstil embossed casket, cuboid form, decorated with a young girl as a fairy with tendrils and flowers, in the Art Nouveau style, 20cm wide, 10.5cm high, 15cm, deep £50 - £80

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607. A Victorian Gothic Revival pewter flagon, James Dixons & Sons, slender tapering form raised on spreading foot, ornate scrolled handle with a heart shaped terminal and hinged lid, 41cm high £40 - £60

611. An Arts and Crafts copper and cabochon set mirror, repousse embossed with wings flanking a ceramic heart, the top corners with further Ruskin plaques, easel back, opening 16cm x 8cm, overall 29cm x 22cm £100 - £150

602 602. Orivit, a Jugendstil gilt metal and glass inkwell, model 2540, relief moulded with stylised honeysuckle, on foliate pad pen rest, the purple glass ovoid well with petal cast and tendril knopped lid, 18.5cm long £70 - £100 603. WMF, a Jugendstil silver plated centrepiece planter, twin handled bombe form with open Celtic knot handles, and relief moulded sinuous whiplash tendril design, on bracket feet, with liner, stamped to handle, 57cm long £400 - £600

610. David Veasey for Liberty and Co., a Tudric pewter vase, model 0212, twin handled, footed rounded conical form with everted rim, the bisected sinuous tendril handles knotted around the base and terminating in relief moulded seed heads, 37.5cm high £500 - £700

608 608. Charles Fleetwood Varley for Liberty and Co., an enamelled Tudric pewter box, cuboid form, planished and set with a rectangular plaque of sailing boats, cedar lined, stamped marks 01355, 17.5cm wide, 3.5cm high, 12cm deep £150 - £250

612. A Glasgow School Arts and Crafts brass charger, in the style of Margaret Gilmore, circular, repousse embossed with stylised leaves and bud knopped bands around a central rosette, 38cm diameter £80 - £120

604. WMF, a Jugendstil silver plated card tray, model 229, modelled in relief with a reclining maiden beside a lily pond, with open tendrils and leaves forming the feet, stamped marks, 27cm long £500 - £600 605. A Jugendstil silver plated easel back mirror, the rusticated cushioned rectangular frame with an inner band of embossed rivets, on bracket feet, bevelled glass, opening 22cm x 16cm, overall 35cm x 28.5cm £250 - £350 606. Hugo Levin for Kayserzinn, a Jugendstil pewter candlestick, model 4427, circa 1900, relief moulded of naturalistic form with open three branched support to the terminal and sconce, 42cm high £80 - £120

609 609. Liberty and Co., a Tudric pewter and enamelled box, ogee shield section with iridescent butterfly cabochon plaque, hinged lid, stamped mark, 0655, 9cm wide £70 - £100

613 613. W A S Benson, an Arts and Crafts copper and brass table lamp, circa 1900, four angled whiplash feet, with a leafy tray below a baluster knop and curled petal sconce, the cylindrical stem applied with elongated stamen lappets, supporting s spherical ball, 55cm high to fitting £500 - £800

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CLOCKS AND FURNITURE 621. A Modernist Kienzle clock, circa 1950s, patinated and polished bronze, black circular dial with diamond and circular brushed silvered markers, and chrome hands, 16cm high £80 - £120

614 614. W A S Benson, an Arts and Crafts copper and brass table lamp, model 45, circa 1890, converted to electricity form an oil lamp, the tripod frame with three branch domed bracket, on ball and paw feet, with foliate terminals to the ring, supporting a hemispherical reservoir with turned prunt feet, stamped marks, 39cm high to fitting £100 - £200 615. An Arts and Crafts brass adjustable standard lamp, circa 1900, tubular construction on three cylindrical legs terminating in shield leaf pad feet, united by a three branched bracket, supporting the weighted stem, 193cm to 141cm high £100 - £200

622 622. An Art Deco shagreen and burr walnut clock, domed form with gilt dial, on turned ivory bun feet, 15cm wide, 14.5cm high £100 - £150

616. John Walsh Walsh, a large Arts and Crafts opalescent glass pendant light shade and fitting, ogee onion form, optic moulded with straw opal foliate tendril design, in the Art Nouveau style, the shade supported within a gilt brass hanging support, on chain, shade 29cm high, opening 11.5cm diameter, hangs 82cm long £300 - £500 617. An Arts and Crafts copper pendant light fitting, the crown form shade cage with lobed and foliated straps, suspended from a planished curled leaf ceiling rosette, 28cm high, fitting diameter 10.5cm £120 - £180 618. An American stained glass table lamp, circa 1920, the hexagonal section Oriental pagoda style domed shade reticulated with foliate scrolls and rosettes, backed in green marbled glass, on a splayed base, blind reticulated with Persian foliate motifs, 62cm high £300 - £500 619. An Art Deco copper and Bakelite three light pendant, a central fluted cone supporting a three arm drum, each branch terminating in flaming torches, with pink frosted glass shades, 54.5cm high, 60cm diameter, together with a pair of Art Deco chrome plated three branch pendant lights, each triangular section central bar with three bracket form arms, supporting downward facing fittings, suspended from a tubular rod, 59cm high, 28cm diameter (3) £80 - £120 620. A large Cosmo Designs style table lamp, 1970s, four tubular chrome supports and a wide cushion domed white plastic shade, on flat circular foot, 50cm high, 57cm diameter £70 - £100

623 623. An Art Deco marble and chrome mantle clock, Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company, London, the rectangular chapter ring with Arabic numerals, within a chromium case with concentric bun handles, on a stepped red and white marbled slab base with plate feet, signed to the dial, 32cm wide, 22cm high £100 - £200 624. A 17th century style brass lantern clock timepiece, with French carriage movement, 25cm high £100 - £150 625. A George I walnut tallboy, the chest of two short over three long graduated drawers, on a three drawer base, with cabriole legs, brass drop handles and cartouche escutcheons, 101cm wide, 143cm high, 58cm deep £350 - £450

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626. A 19th century walnut stationery box or travelling desk, secretaire action with pigeon hole interior, flush brass handles, 24cm high, 29cm deep, 40cm wide £200 - £400

636. A Victorian mahogany spoon back armchair, circa 1840s, the upholstered closed arms with C scroll ends, on carved foliate baluster legs, 92cm high £100 - £150

627. A Louis XIV style figured and crossbanded walnut drinks chest on stand, of small proportions, the double doored cabinet opening to reveal a shelved interior with metal lined cellarette, on barley twist and acanthus carved legs united by a low knotted stretcher, highlighted in gilt on carved foliate scroll feet, 77cm wide, 131.5cm high, 44cm deep £150 - £250

637. An Aesthetic Movement oak buffet sideboard, the bobbin galleried back, on pierced round arched side aprons and segment corner brackets, elevated over a double door base, flanked by fluted pilasters, on brass casters, 115cm wide, 115cm high, 51cm deep £100 - £200

628. A Victorian walnut roll top bureau, the double action pull out desk inset with leather panels, with central elevating slope, pigeon holed interior, above a double door base, flanked by fluted pilasters with acanthus carved corbels, 120cm wide, 110cm high, 59cm deep £80 - £120 629. A Charles II joined oak side table, circa 1660s, the three plank top with single moulded drawer, on bobbin turned legs, united by plain low stretchers, 81cm wide, 50cm high, 59cm deep £100 - £200

638 638. Liberty and Co., a pair of Arts and Crafts oak folding campaign stools, circa 1920, or X frame form, square section bar construction, 61cm wide, 48cm high to seat (2) £200 - £300 630 630. A Chinese carved hardwood and marble inset jardinière stand, relief moulded and reticulated with foliate scroll apron, on four floral kneed cabriole legs with ball and claw feet, the top beaded and lobed, 51cm diameter, 40cm high £150 - £250 631. A French Empire style Bergere walnut library armchair, with leather cushion back and seat, the arms with padded elbow rests, serpentine back and sabre legs, on brass casters, 69cm wide, 95cm high £200 - £300 632. A Victorian rosewood Davenport, the inset hinged writing slope with galleried back rail, on barley twist support and a four drawer base, with pull out stationary box, 55cm wide, 86cm high, 53cm deep £100 - £150 633. A Chinese carved wood torchiere or jardinière stand, ebonised, carved in relief and pierced as a naturalistic prunus trunk encrusted with flowers, on a reticulated foliate carved three legged stand, 109cm high £100 - £200 634. A Victorian carved mahogany and leather upholstered armchair, spoon back form, button backed with serpentine scroll moulded arms and legs, 93cm high £200 - £400 635. A Victorian button back upholstered corner chair, on turned oak legs, serpentine fronted with ogee stepped triangular £100 - £200 back, 87cm wide

639 639. Liberty and Co., an Arts and Crafts stained beech Thebes stool, square section with plank seat on turned legs united by dowel galleried stretchers, 44cm square, 35cm high £200 - £300 640. An Arts and Crafts Cotswold School oak box seat settle, the wing back board sides with scrolled arms, the back set with a cane work oval, hinged seat on a double panel base, 91cm wide, 113cm high, 47cm deep £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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WINE 641.

Le Clivie Grand Rosé, vino spumante, six bottles, 75cl (6) £40 - £60

642.

Le Clivie Grand Rosé, vino spumante, six bottles, 75cl (6) £40 - £60

643.

Le Clivie Grand Rosé, vino spumante, six bottles, 75cl (6) £40 - £60

644.

Calabria Private Bin, Vermentino, 2015, twelve bottles (12) £70 - £90

645.

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

646.

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

647.

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

648.

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

649.

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

BOOKS AND PICTURES 666. Charles Darwin, The Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication, volumes I and II, John Murray, London 1875, second edition, revised, fourth thousand, in original green blindstamped cloth (2) £80 - £120 667. Charles Darwin, The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex, John Murray, London 1881, second edition (fourteenth thousand), revised and augmented, in original green blindstamped cloth £50 - £70 668. Charles Darwin, Origin of Species By Means of Natural Selection, John Murray, London 1880, sixth edition with additions and corrections to 1872, in original green blindstamped cloth £80 - £120 669. John Hassall (1868-1948), Peter Pan, two lithographs, circa 1907, Building of the House and Approach of the Indians, 30cm x 74cm, in oak frames (2) £70 - £100

650. Jacana Calabria, Semillon Sauvignon Blanc, 2015, twelve bottles (12) £70 - £90 651. Jacana Calabria, Semillon Sauvignon Blanc, 2015, twelve bottles (12) £70 - £90 652. Jacana Calabria, Semillon Sauvignon Blanc, 2015, twelve bottles (12) £70 - £90 653. Jacana Calabria, Semillon Sauvignon Blanc, 2015, twelve bottles (12) £70 - £90 654.

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

655.

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

656.

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

657.

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

658.

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

659.

Calabria Private Bin, Vermentino, 2015, twelve bottles (12) £70 - £90

660.

Calabria Private Bin, Vermentino, 2015, twelve bottles (12) £70 - £90

661.

Calabria Private Bin, Vermentino, 2015, twelve bottles (12) £70 - £90

662.

Calabria Private Bin, Vermentino, 2015, twelve bottles (12) £70 - £90

663. Jacana Calabria, Semillon Sauvignon Blanc, 2015, twelve bottles (12) £70 - £90 664. The Glenlivet, aged 15 years, single malt Scotch whisky, together with Cardhu, aged 12 years, single malt Scotch Whisky, and Glen Moray single malt whisky, all 70cl, all in cartons (3) £20 - £40 665. Singleton of Auchroisk, single malt Scotch whisky, 1983, 70cl, in carton £70 - £100

670 670. Antoni Tapies (1923-2012), Quatre Barres, lithograph, 1971, signed and numbered HC, limited personal artists proof, aside from the numbered edition, published by Sala Gaspar, Barcelona, Guarro watermarked paper, 91cm x 64cm, framed £300 - £500 671. Antoni Tapies (1923-2012), Als Mestres de Catalunya (Galfetti 492), lithograph, 1974, signed and numbered PA, limited artists proof aside from the edition of 100, published by Sala Gaspar, Barcelona, Guarro watermarked paper, 100cm x 70cm, framed £300 - £500 672. Antoni Tapies (1923-2012), Als Mestres de Catalunya (Galfetti 489), lithograph, 1974, signed and numbered PA, limited artists proof aside from the edition of 100, published by Sala Gaspar, Barcelona, Guarro watermarked paper, 100cm x 70cm, framed £300 - £500

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673. British School (mid 19th century), Portrait of Mrs Moore and her Daughter, watercolour, 22cm x 17cm, framed, note: family history on label verso £80 - £120

674 674. 19th Century School, View of Bijal Mandal at Begumpur, ruins of Jahanpanah, watercolour, 27cm x 57cm £300 - £500 675. J Noty (19th Century), Double portrait of the daughters of Sir Henry Chamberlain, pencil, signed and dated 1829, glazed, in a Moroccan leather case, 15cm x 12cm Note: Anne (Guthrie) and Harriet Chamberlain were born in Rio de Janeiro in 1815 and 1816 to the British diplomat and charge d’affaires to Brazil, for which he was created Baronet in 1828 £50 - £80 676. Henry Charles Fox (1855-1929), Returning From the Fields, watercolour, signed and dated 1904, 35cm x 51cm, framed £100 - £200 671

677. Anthony Hodge (1948-2009), Isbourne House, mixed media, label on verso, 30cm x 48cm, framed £40 - £60 678. Victor Martin Harvey (1910-1980), Bradford Brodge on Bodmin Moor, watercolour, signed, 28cm x 45cm, framed £60 - £80 679. Aubrey Phillips (b.1920), Farmstead, mixed media, 38cm x 62cm, signed, framed £60 - £80 680. John Rickard (20th century), Rainy Evening in Northern England Street, watercolour, signed, 30cm x 47cm, framed £80 - £120 681. David Birch (b.1945), Cotswold Landscape, watercolour, signed, 28cm x 38cm, framed £30 - £50 682. P.H. Matthew (20th century), Pasturale, watercolour, signed and dated 1920, 35cm x 25cm, framed £70 - £90 683. John Rabone Harvey RBA (1866-1933), Shepherd and Sheep, watercolour, signed, 48cm x 60cm, framed £120 - £160 684. Mabel Lucie Attwell (1879-1964), The Toy Train, watercolour, signed, 33cm x 29cm, framed £50 - £80 685. W Warman (19th Century School), The Soldier’s Widow, watercolour, labelled verso, 20cm x 16cm, framed £40 - £60

672

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686

686. Continental School (19th century), a Victorian album comprising of approximately 65 watercolours, gouaches, drawings and lithographs, within embossed brown leather binding, including a watercolour of the tomb of Napoleon in Saint-Helene (possibly after Horace Vernet); Volcanic eruption of Versuvius; Drawing of armed Sikh Cavaliers (inscription R.W.S to his friend CH.JF); View of Capri Hotel de la Victoire on May 7, 1841); Neopolitan in traditional costume; Neopolitan Fisherman; Views of Cathedrals and more, 35cm x 26cm £2500 - £3500 687. Follower of John Piper (1903-1992), Tower Ruins, watercolour, 21cm x 13cm, framed £150 - £250 688. Attributed to Louis Pisani (19th century), The Vow to the Madonna, oil on canvas, 71cm x 50cm, framed £150 - £200 689. Peter Macnab (1830-1900), Young and Old Hop-Pickers, oil on canvas, signed, 60cm x 40cm, framed £400 - £600 690. George Vicat Cole (1833-1893), River Landscape with Deer, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1870, 66cm x 102cm, framed £500 - £700 691. W. Yates (19th/20th century), River Landscape with Boat and Rural Scene pair, oil on canvas, signed, 30cm x 45cm, framed (2) £100 - £150

689

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PAPERWEIGHTS

692. Circle of John Downman ARA (1750-1824), A portrait of a gentleman in navy jacket and powdered wig, and another presumed to be of his wife, wearing a lace shawland headpiece, a pair, oil on canvas, 30.5 x 25.5cm, framed (2) note: label on verso of one stating the sitter is Mr Downs, died December 1810, aged 69 £150 - £250 693. James Stokeld (1827-1877), The Old Pot Mender, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1876, 25cm x 31cm, framed £400 - £600 694. Terry McGlynn (1903-1973), Cafe Interior, oil, signed, 38cm x 50cm, framed £180 - £260 695. Impressionist Movement (20th century), French Country Scene, oil on canvas, indistinctly signed and dated 1920s, 52cm x 74cm, framed £900 - £1200 696. Olwen Tarrant FROI (b.1927), Houses on Calvario, oil on canvas, signed, 52cm x 63cm, framed £100 - £200 697. Druie Bowett (1924-1998), Trees, oil in canvas, signed, 50cm x 60cm, unframed £200 - £400

702 702. Terry McGlynn (1903-1973), Continental Street Scene, oil, signed, 38cm x 50cm, framed £180 - £260 703. British School (20th century), Moored Fishing Boat, oil on paper, indistinctly signed Aldo, 58cm x 44cm, framed £40 - £60 704. Vernon De Beauvoir Ward (1905-1985), An Interesting Move, oil on canvas, signed, 33cm x 43cm, framed £200 - £300 705. Barrington Brown (20th century), On the River Devon, oil on canvas, signed, 50cm x 60cm, framed £140 - £180 706. Donna Crawshaw (b.1960), Shire Horses and Terrier, oil on canvas, signed, 50cm x 76cm, framed £100 - £150 707. Faith T. Sheppard (1920-2004), Continental River and Townscape, oil on board, signed, 29cm x 44cm, framed £80 - £120

712 712. Clichy, patterned millefiori paperweight, seven garland rings each ring surrounding a central cane, clear ground, circa 1850, polished base, 7cm diameter £80 - £120 713. Clichy, three patterned millefiori paperweights, one with central deep red and white cane, surrounded by green, pink and white canes, surrounded by red and purple garland and two more, all clear ground, circa 1850, polished base, largest 4.5cm diameter (3) £80 - £120 714. Clichy, patterned millefiori paperweight, central blue, white and red cane, surrounded by pink and white alternating canes, surrounded by red and white alternating canes, green ground, circa 1850, polished base, 6.7cm diameter £80 - £120

698 698. Olwen Tarrant FROI (b.1927), The Quartet, oil on canvas, signed, 46cm x 60cm, framed £100 - £200 699. Alfred Junge (1886-1964), Berlin Scene, oil on board, signed, 49cm x 58cm, framed, note: artist was a production designer who worked in the British film industry £200 - £400 700. Joan Zuckerman (1918-2000), Heatwave, oil on paper, signed, 16cm x 23cm, framed £80 - £120 701. Terry McGlynn (1903-1973), Bridge and Town Landscape, oil on paper, signed, 38cm x 50cm, framed £180 - £260

708 708. G. Rissler (20th century), Pont Saint-Bénézet, Avignon, oil on canvas, signed, 65cm x 100cm, framed £400 - £600 709. Margaret Peach (20th century), Scottish Landscape, oil on canvas, signed, 50cm x 75cm, framed £100 - £200 710. Frank Lewis Emanuel (18651948), A Northern Coastal Village, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1940, framed, 68cm x 95cm £300 - £500

715 715. Clichy, spaced millefiori paperweight, containing nine individual canes, clear ground, circa 1850, polished base, 4.5cm diameter £80 - £120

711. Jean-Pierre Kunzler (20th century), Portrait of a Young Woman, oil on canvas board, signed, 72cm x 47cm, framed £50 - £70

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722. Baccarat, spaced millefiori paperweight set with thirteen individual canes, including six Gridel silhouettes of a deer, a horse, a dog, a cockerel, a goat and an elephant around a central cane with a butterfly on a muslin ground, dated 1848, polished base, signature cane B 1848, 5cm diameter £60 - £80

716

719

716. Clichy, spaced millefiori paperweight, containing nineteen individual canes, including a Clichy Pink Rose, clear ground, circa 1850, polished base, 6.5cm diameter £80 - £120

719. Clichy, scrambled paperweight, containing irregular canes, partial Clichy Pink Rose and coloured cable, circa 1850, polished base, 7cm diameter £80 - £120

723 723. Clichy, swirl paperweight, central red millefiori cane within blue and white radiating spiral staves, circa 1850, polished base, 6.8cm diameter £80 - £120

720 717 717. Clichy, spaced millefiori paperweight, containing thirty-seven individual canes, including a Clichy Pink Rose, clear ground, circa 1850, polished base, 7.6cm diameter £80 - £120

720. Clichy, barbers pole paperweight, seventeen complex spaced canes including a Clichy Pink Rose, divided by green and white twisted ribbon strands on a muslin ground, circa 1850, polished base, 6.5cm diameter £80 - £120 721. Baccarat, concentric millefiori paperweight, central complex millefiori, surrounded by a circle of white stardust, surrounded by circle of red and white cog canes, unsigned, 4.5cm diameter £80 - £120

724 724. Baccarat, clematis flower paperweight, purple striped petals, stardust centre with single garland, circa 1850, starcut base, unsigned, 5cm diameter £60 - £80 725. Paul Ysart, controlled bubbles frit harlequin millefiori paperweight signed with a H cane and another unsigned, one polished base and one rough pontil, largest diameter 72mm (2) £50 - £70 726. Paul Ysart, controlled bubbles frit harlequin millefiori paperweight both signed with a H cane, polished base’s, largest diameter 70mm (2) £50 - £70

718 718. Clichy, scrambled paperweight, containing irregular canes and coloured cable, circa 1850, polished base, 4cm diameter £80 - £120 722

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727

731

737

727. Baccarat, spaced millefiori paperweight set with seven individual canes, on a muslin ground, circa 1850, polished base, unsigned, 4.8cm diameter £60 - £80

731. Baccarat, concentric and garland millefiori paperweight, a central complex surrounded by two concentric circles, surrounded by garland of red, and blue stardust canes, with four complex millefiori, unsigned, 8cm diameter £80 - £120

737. Baccarat paperweight, anemone flower with stardust centre, circa 1850, star cut base, unsigned, 5cm diameter £60 - £80

732. Whitefriars, three Christmas design millefiori faceted paperweights, 1975,1977,1978 polished base, 7.5cm diameter (3) £80 - £120 733. Whitefriars, two millefiori faceted paperweights, one radiating lace twist the other concentric circles, dome shape, polished base, 7.5cm diameter (2) £60 - £90 728 728. Paul Ysart, millefiori floating butterfly paperweight, with red aventurine body, complex millefiori garland, signed PY in garland, polished base, diameter 70mm £40 - £60

734. An old English attributed Richardson, magnum millefiori paperweight, central cane surrounded by six concentric circles, 9.5cm diameter £30 - £50

738 738. Baccarat, double clematis flower paperweight, white on blue petals, millefiori centre with single garland, circa 1850, star-cut base, unsigned, 6.2cm diameter £60 - £80

729. Paul Ysart, paperweight, orange fish with pink fins floating over a light ground, with eight controlled bubbles to the edge, signed H verso, polished base, diameter 70mm £50 - £70

735 735. Paul Ysart, millefiori floating butterfly paperweight, with copper aventurine spots on wings and millefiori garlands signed PY along inner garland, polished base, diameter 70mm £40 - £60

730 730. Paul Ysart, concentric millefiori paperweight on royal blue ground with central circle of packed canes, radiating green and white twists with gold aventurine centre alternating white stars, unsigned, rough pontil, diameter 76mm £50 - £70

736. Baccarat paperweight, yellow camomile flower with single garland, circa 1850, star-cut base, unsigned, 5cm diameter £60 - £80

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

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GLASS

751

752

740. A Nailsea Verre Moire glass fairy lamp, combed opaque over red domed shade, on Clarke’s moulded base, 12.5cm high, together with a yellow glass example. (2) £40 - £60 741. A Victorian ruby glass fairy lamp, white enamelled floral decoration 13.5cm high, together with a mottled green glass fairy lamp 9cm, both on Clarke’s moulded glass bases (2|) £40 - £60 742. A Victorian green glass fairy lamp, on Clarke’s stand, wrythen moulded with opaque glass stripe, 13.5cm high £30 - £50 743. A Victorian silver plate and glass Clarke’s ‘Cricklite’ twin branch candelabra, circa 1880, with moulded drip pans and clear glass covers, with inverse baluster form column on petal cut base, the metalwork stamped with Clarke’s Cricklite Trade mark, 39cm high £200 - £300 744. A Clarke’s Cricklite table lamp, circa 1880, moulded pan and shade, on baluster stem and circular foot, the pan impressed ‘Clarke’s patent Trademark Cricklite, 23cm high £80 - £120 745. A set of three blue opaline fairy lamps, ribbed moulded from with clear glass moulded drip trays, on gilt metal stand and oval mirrored base, 14cm high £100 - £150

753 751. A Clarke fairy Pyramid lamp and base, amber hobnail domed shade on blue glass base, 10cm high £30 - £50 752. Thomas Webb, a pair of Queen’s Burmese peach glass fair lamps, on Clarke’s moulded glass pedestal stands, 22cm high, the domed shades 7cm high (2) £80 - £120 753. A Victorian novelty glass owl head fairy lamp, on Clarke’s moulded glass stand, cranberry with purple enamelled eyes, 12cm high £30 - £50 754. A Victorian novelty glass owl head fairy lamp, on Clarke’s moulded glass stand, green with red enamelled eyes, 12cm high £30 - £50 755. A Clarke’s glass fairy lamp and a pair of pedestal stands, the domed shade with vertical ribs, the stands moulded with hobnail pattern, 15.5cm high (3) £30 - £50 756. A Clarke’s novelty glass fairy lamp, modelled as a monk, the stand as his shoulders, colourless frosted glass, 11.5cm high £40 - £70

746. A Victorian Clarke’s fairy lamp, clear moulded shade on cranberry ruffle base with white trailed border, 24cm diameter £60 - £100 747. A Victorian mother of pearl diamond quilted glass fairy lamp on Clarke’s Pyramid base, cranberry pearlescent cased domed shade, 10cm high £30 - £50 748. A Victorian mother of pearl diamond quilted glass fairy lamp on Clarke’s moulded pedestal stand, blue pearlescent cased domed shade, 28cm high £40 - £60 749. A Victorian marbled glass fairy lamp, on Clarke’s moulded pedestal stand, pink, opaque and yellow domed shade, on hobnail moulded square footed stand, 28cm high £40 - £60 757 750. A Clarke fairy Pyramid lamp and base, cranberry hobnail moulded domed shade on colourless glass base, 10cm high £30 - £50

757. An early 18th century green glass onion wine bottle, circa 1710, squat ovoid form, 15cm diameter, 17cm high £100 - £200

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762

758. A pair of George III cut glass spirit decanters, circa 1820, chamfered square section, with hobnail segmented panels and horizontal mite and lens cutting, hollow squat stoppers, together with another similar decanter, 24.5cm high (3) £30 - £50 759. A Victorian vaseline glass smoke bell, opalescent wrythen stripe decoration, 11.5cm high, together with an opaque yellow glass smoke bell decorated with white flowers, frilled rim and glass hanging loop, 16.5cm diameter (2) £30 - £50 760. John Walsh Walsh, an Arts and Crafts straw opal glass light shade, gourd form, relief moulded with naturalistic leafy tendrils, 21.5cm high, each opening 10.5cm diameter £70 - £100

763 762. An Arts and Crafts style Dutch Revivalist green glass goblet, in the style of Harry Powell for Whitefriars, after the vessel depicted in Cornelis de Heem’s Still Life with Lobster, circa 1655, cylindrical body with conical bowl, applied with pulled prunts and trails, on a conical ribbed foot, indistinct incised mark to underside, 10cm high £20 - £30 763. An Arts and Crafts style Revivalist sea green glass Daumenglass, in the style of Harry Powell for Whitefriars, after the 17th century German Forest glass examples, ogee beaker form with three dimples below a rigaree trail and trailed foot, incised monogram underside, 12.5cm high £20 - £30

764

761

764. Theresienthal, a pair of Jugendstil enamelled wine glasses, the ribbed ogee tulip bowls decorated with floral petals and fronds, on bowed green stems and feet, highlighted in gilt, 21.5cm high (2) £200 - £300

761. Richardsons, Stourbridge, a cut and etched glass claret jug, circa 1910, the shouldered conical body with wrythen bands of alternating beads and foliate fronds, below a lens and mitre notched neck, on a folded star cut foot, 37cm high £150 - £200

765. An Art Nouveau enamelled and engraved glass vase, conical based trumpet form, martele textured ground with passion flower design, highlighted in gilt, in the style of Mont Joye, 24cm high £80 - £120

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766. A Bohemian enamelled glass hookah pipe and stand, with metal mounts, the body lens cut and enamelled with pink foliate sprigs, and applied beaded jewels on a frosted colourless ground, 41cm high £200 - £300 767. Legras, an enamelled glass vase, circa 1920, ovoid form with inverted crimped rim, painted with leaves and fruiting trees, signed, 12cm diameter £80 - £120 768. Maurice Model, Verdun, an Art Deco glass ceiling shade, frosted and relief moulded with flowers, 35cm diameter £50 - £80

766 769 769. Daum, a pate de verre glass cameo shade, spherical form, carved with Blackthorns in a sunset landscape, pinched rim, signed in cameo, 13cm diameter £150 - £250

771. Loetz for Liberty and Co., a miniature Candia Papillon glass vase, circa 1900, ovoid footed gourd form, remnants of paper label, 5.5cm high £150 - £200

773 (one of two)

772

770 770. Loetz for Liberty and Co., a miniature Candia Papillon glass vase, circa 1900, ovoid footed gourd form, remnants of paper label, 5.5cm high £150 - £200

772. Freiherr von Poschinger, a pair of Secessionist Fleur glass vases, iridescent waisted and shouldered form with everted crimped rims, applied amethyst netting with spots, 25.5cm high (2) £150 - £250

773. Josef Hoffmann for J J Lobmeyr, a pair of Secessionist wine glasses, designed circa 1917, the parabolic bowls on slender pulled stems and wide flat feet, 22.5cm high (2) Note: a slight variation of the well known Patrician wine service, Hoffmann designed several suites for the Austrian glass company during the first quarter of the 20th century £30 - £50

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774 774. Louis Comfort Tiffany, a Favrille iridescent glass dish, crimped and ribbed shallow bowl form, blue purple lustre, incised L.C.T., 15.5cm diameter £200 - £300 775. A Steuben Aurene iridescent glass vase, splayed fan form with four openings to the rim, signed and incised 2761, 23cm high £150 - £250

777 777. A D Copier for Leerdam, a Serica glass vase, circa 1928, ribbed ovoid form, mottled blue and colourless, on applied foot and folded rim, acid mark, 21.5cm high £100 - £200

781 781. Thomas Webb, an Art Deco glass vase, footed conical form, blue threaded internal trail over colourless, acid mark, 20.5cm high £30 - £50

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776. Wolfgang von Wersin for Tiroler Glaschutte, a Secessionist glass vase, circa 1924, amethyst, flared trumpet form with applied pulled prunts or knops and tooled rigaree foot, in the historicist manner, 18cm high

778. John Walsh Walsh, Pompeian glass vase, circa 1920s, yellow amber bubbles, double ogee form with everted rim, 20cm high £40 - £70

Note: Czech born German architect and designer Wolfgang von Wersin (18821976) worked with a number of Austrian and German factories to design domestic and decorative objects in silver, glass and ceramics, including the Nymphenburg Porcelain factory and the Tyrolean glass factory in Kufstein, Kramsach, now part of the Riedel factory. His wares were distributed for sale by DeWe AG. See: Ziffer, A. 1991, Wolfgang von Wersin, Munich, p.213, plate 177 for an illustrated example of this design in a different colour £50 - £80

779. An Art Deco pate de verre glass pendant light, in the style of Muller Freres and Daum, shallow dished form, mottled orange and blue, suspended on three chains, 44cm diameter £80 - £120

782 782. John Walsh Walsh, a Luxor cut glass vase, circa 1923, waisted form, decorated with two bands of multiple zigzag mitre cuts, acid mark, 14cm high 780 780. James Powell and Sons, Whitefriars, a Cloudy amber glass bowl, model 7192, circa 1930, circular with broad everted rim, yellow opaque swirl design, 29.5cm diameter £40 - £70

Note: created in response to the interest around the discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb in 1922, Walsh marketed this design as ‘glassware in Egyptian design’. £30 - £50

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786. Michael Harris for Isle of Wight Glass, a Seascape iridescent glass vase, circa 1990, cylindrical form, with gilt speckled and cane decoration, signed Michael Harris and number 41-500, 18cm high £100 - £200 787. Luigi Mandruzzato, a Sommerso triple cased Murano glass vase, square section, circa 1950s, 15cm high £40 - £60

783 783. Herbert Webb for Webb Corbett, an Art Deco glass footed bowl, circa 1933, shallow everted form cut with stylised fern and concentric wave design, on a plain foot with polished pontil, 25.5cm diameter £30 - £50

788 788. Jasper Conran for Waterford, an Aura glass bowl, footed hemispherical form, cut with interlocking rings, acid marks, 25.5cm diameter £40 - £70 789. Marius Ernest Sabino, an Angel Fish glass bowl, circa 1930, blue opalescent, moulded signature, 12.5cm diameter £60 - £100 790. Rene Lalique, a Coquilles glass bowl, model 3201, designed circa 1924, blue opalescent, engraved R Lalique France and number, 21cm diameter £200 - £300

784 784. John Luxton for Stuart and Sons, a cut glass vase, circa 1950s, footed rounded beaker form, mitre cut with stylised flower heads, and swagged bands, acid mark, 20.5cm high £30 - £50

791. Rene Lalique, a Volubilis glass bowl, model 383, designed circa 1921, opalescent amber, wheel incised R Lalique France, No383, 21.6cm diameter £200 - £300 792. Rene Lalique, a Mystere glass perfume bottle, model D’Orsay Perfume 10, designed circa 1911, black with white staining, incised mark R Lalique France, 10.2cm high £200 - £300 793. Rene Lalique, a L’Origan glass powder box, model Coty Box 4, designed circa 1912, russet stained, relief moulded marks Lalique Depose Trademark Coty France, 9cm diameter £350 - £400

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785. Geoffrey Baxter for Whitefriars, Drunken Bricklayer vase, mould-blown orange glass, offset cuboid form, 33cm £300 - £500

794. Rene Lalique, an Oursin glass vase, model 10-888, designed circa 1935, frosted and blue stained, acid mark R Lalique France, 18.5cm high £300 - £500

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795. Rene Lalique, a Marguerites glass vase, model 922, designed circa 1923, frosted and blue stained, acid etched mark R Lalique, France, 21cm high £500 - £600

798. Rene Lalique, a Dentele glass vase, model 943, designed circa 1912, frosted, incised mark R Lalique France, 18.8cm high £100 - £200

796. Rene Lalique, a Pissenlit glass lamp stopper, model 2551, designed circa 1914, incuse frosted, incised mark R Lalique France, 16cm wide £200 - £300

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797. Rene Lalique, a Palissy glass vase, model 980, designed circa 1926, frosted and black stained, acid mark R Lalique France, 16.5cm high £600 - £800

799. Rene Lalique, a Gobelet Six Figurines glass vase, model 903, designed circa 1912, lilac blue stained panels, incised mark Lalique, 19cm high £500 - £700

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800. Rene Lalique, a Saint Marc glass vase, model 10-934, designed circa 1939, opalescent and frosted, acid mark R Lalique France, 17cm high £400 - £600 801. Rene Lalique, a Renoncules glass vase, model 1044, designed circa 1930, frosted and stained blue opalescent, acid mark R Lalique France, 15cm high £400 - £600

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802. Rene Lalique, a Meandres glass vase, model 10-876, designed circa 1934, black stained, acid mark R Lalique, France, 16.5cm high £400 - £600

803. Rene Lalique, a Sauge green glass vase, model 935, designed circa 1923, frosted and white stained, incised mark R Lalique France No 935, 25cm high £300 - £500

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CONTINENTAL CERAMICS 809. An 18th century porcelain figure of Punchinello, blanc de Chine, modelled on a Rococo scroll pedestal, 16.5cm high £300 - £400 810. A Sevres style miniature coffee can, 19th century, painted with a bullfinch to an oval cartouche, within a gilt trellis on cobalt blue ground, feather scroll handle, 6cm high £40 - £70

814 814. Three Continental painted porcelain plaques, in gilt frame mounts, of Alpine figures, 4.5cm x 3cm overall £40 - £60

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811. A Sevres style coffee can, 19th century, painted with a domestic interior panel with dog and boy, within tooled gilt borders and floral bands on blue ground, ear handle, Sevres style mark, 7.5cm high £400 - £500

806. A Paris porcelain figural candlestick, 19th century, the Blanc de Chine putto on socle base, supporting a blue Campana sconce, 19cm high £20 - £40 812

808. A French porcelain florally encrusted figural ink stand and cover, in the Meissen style, the lid modelled with a peacock on knotted root crown, applied with flowers, the interior with two inkwells and a pounce pot, pierced to the borders and relief moulded with grape vines, blue crossed sword marks, 26.5cm high £80 - £120

816. A Continental faience wall hanging syphon, circa 1790, twin handled half urn form with metal tap, painted with a band of acanthus lappets and daisies, 32.5cm high £80 - £120 817. Josef Hoffmann, an Augarten porcelain Melone coffee set, designed 1929, Secessionist style, lobed and gourd form, yellow and white glaze, including coffee pot, bow, jug, cups and saucers £100 - £200

805. A Dresden cabinet plate, painted with pastoral courting figures within a reticulated and relief moulded foliate border painted with floral sprigs, painted marks, 22.5cm diameter. £30 - £50

807. A French bisque porcelain figure group of a Vaquero or Spanish cowboy, modelled sitting on a rocky mound next to a tree stump, a dog beside, 41cm high £200 - £300

815. A Sevres style pedestal vase and cover, 19th century, ogee ovoid form, reticulated foot and lid, painted with pastoral and landscape panels within tooled gilt borders on a blue ground, square section gilt metal foot, 18.5cm high £80 - £120

818. Alexandre Bigot, an art pottery vase, circa 1900, bulbous gourd form, relief moulded with a spear head bobbled sleeve, green over brown ochre marbled glaze, moulded signature and incised number, 24.5cm high £200 - £300

812. A Meissen porcelain and silver gilt mounted novelty patch box, circa 1750, in the form of a masked woman, the eyes set with paste, the hinged back chased with floral and feathered design, 5cm long £300 - £400 813. A Vienna style Continental porcelain plaque of the Spanish Riding School, Hofburg Palace, highlighted in gilt, impressed marks verso, 27cm x 33cm £300 - £400

819 819. Fernand Vago Weiss, Panther, an Art Deco black glazed ceramic figure, circa 1930s, signed, 43cm long £100 - £200

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


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820. An Art Deco bisque porcelain and fabric figure of a dancer, circa 1925, clothed in beaded and tassled lace on an oval silk pouf base, 20.5cm high £80 - £120

824. A pair of Gebruder Heubach bisque figures of fisher boy and cockle picker, both in blush and green costumes highlighted in gilt, 37cm high (2) £50 - £80 825. A pair of Gebruder Heubach bisque figures of children, both in pink and green costumes highlighted in gilt, modelled standing next to tree stumps, 33cm high (2) £50 - £80 826. A pair of Gebruder Heubach bisque figures of children, both in green foliate painted costumes highlighted in gilt, modelled eating berries, 33cm high (2) £40 - £70

821 821. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a stoneware plaque, circa 1884, Japonesque style, incised with stork and birds in watery landscape, 1417, 19cm diameter £30 - £50

827. A pair of Gebruder Heubach bisque figures of children, both in green costumes highlighted in gilt, modelled holding puppies and cats, 32cm high (2) £40 - £70 828. A pair of Gebruder Heubach bisque figures of beach children, both in dark teal costumes, encrusted, modelled holding buckets and spades next to wicker wind breakers, 30cm high (2) £40 - £70 829. A pair of Gebruder Heubach bisque figures of seaside children, both in pink costumes, modelled sitting, the girl listening to a shell, the boy with net, 30.5cm high (2) £50 - £80 830. A pair of Gebruder Heubach bisque figures of children, both in pink and green costumes, gilt encrusted, modelled standing, the girl with a bowl, the boy with two puppies, 36cm high (2) £50 - £80 831. A pair of Gebruder Heubach bisque figures of children, modelled sitting on upturned wicker baskets, the girl holding a doll, the boy playing a drum, 31cm high (2) £50 - £80

822 822. Mettlach, Villeroy and Boch, a large stoneware beer jug, circa 1902, lidded stein form, incised with an image of Heidelberg and banner inscription, between clover leaf borders, inset ceramic plaque to pewter mounted lid, 2796, 41cm high £100 - £200 823. Four Gebruder Heubach bisque child figures, two modelled as girls holding birds, another as a boy in his father’s clothes and a girl in winter coat, 32.5cm high (4) £40 - £70

832. A pair of Gebruder Heubach bisque figures of seaside children, both in dark teal costumes, encrusted, the girl holding a net, the boy with a fish, 34cm high (2) £50 - £80 833. A pair of Gebruder Heubach bisque figures of children, both modelled sitting on octagonal topped tables, the girl crying, the boy with a paper hat, 29cm high (2) £50 - £80

835. Two Gebruder Heubach bisque figures of children in spectacles, one sitting on a chair with cigarette, the other standing, 31cm high (2) £30 - £50 836. Two Gebruder Heubach bisque figures of children playing, the boy with stick and hoop, the girl modelled skipping, 33cm high (2) £30 - £50 837. Two Gebruder Heubach bisque figure groups of children playing, one blind mans bluff, the other of a pony game with rope, 31cm high (2) £40 - £70 838. Three Gebruder Heubach bisque figures, one modelled as a girl sitting on an octagonal table, crying, the other two as girls pinching their dresses, 33cm high (3) £40 - £70 839. Two Gebruder Heubach figure groups of children, one modelled dancing before a wooded landscape, the other as pensive couple, in green costumes, highlighted in gilt, 33.5cm high (2) £60 - £100 840. Two Gebruder Heubach bisque figure groups of children, one modelled as an amorous couple with a basket of roses, the other as pensive couple, the basket discarded, highlighted in gilt, 35cm high (2) £50 - £80 841. Three Gebruder Heubach bisque figure groups, two modelled as street children, including apple seller and paper boy, the other as a fisher woman, 40cm high (3) £80 - £120 842. Two Gebruder Heubach bisque figure groups of children playing, both modelled playing a pony game with rope, of different sizes, 35cm high (2) £40 - £70 843. A collection of Gebruder Heubach bisque children figures, modelled as Dutch boys and girls, 15cm high (7) £30 - £50 844. A collection of Gebruder Heubach bisque children figures, including various pairs, different sizes, 26cm high (12) £50 - £80 845. A collection of Gebruder Heubach bisque piano babies, modelled in various positions, different sizes, 18cm long (7) £60 - £80

834. A pair of Gebruder Heubach bisque figures of young children playing, modelled throwing and catching a ball, 26cm high (2) £30 - £50

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859. Chole Preston for Schafer and Vater, a novelty bisque figure group of a Peek-a-Boo, together with three match holders, including cats, girl with dog, ‘Now shall I w-wag it about or k-keep it s-still’, ‘No ma’am, we aint seen your birdie’ and ‘Sleeping Beauty’, 9cm high (4) £40 - £70

851 851. Three Royal Bayreuth porcelain novelty creamer jugs, including Robin, Parakeet and Crow, 12.5cm high (3) £40 - £70 846 846. A pair of Gebruder Heubach bisque figures of children, modelled sitting on benches blowing bubbles through pipes, highlighted in gilt, 36cm high (2) £50 - £80

852. A Royal Bayreuth porcelain novelty creamer jug, in the form of a Mountain Goat, 9.5cm high £30 - £50

849. A pair of Gebruder Heubach bisque figures of playing children, the boy hoop rolling and the girl skipping, both in pink and green costumes, 32cm high (2) £50 - £80

853 853. A Royal Bayreuth porcelain novelty water pitcher, in the form of a mouse, grey with red eyes, 19.5cm high £40 - £70 854. A large collection of German porcelain novelty fairings, in the form of pigs, including cars, handbags, bench etc. together with devils in a handbag £40 - £70 855. A near pair of Royal Bayreuth porcelain Spiky Shell creamer jugs, modelled in relief and painted, 10cm high (2) £40 - £60 856. A collection of Royal Bayreuth porcelain, decorated with Peasant Musicians, in tavern interiors, including jugs and silver rimmed vases, 18cm high (7) £40 - £70

850 850. A Royal Bayreuth porcelain novelty creamer jug, in the form of a Kangaroo, printed mark, 12.5cm high £30 - £50

861. Two Royal Bayreuth porcelain novelty creamer jugs, including Tomato and Monk, 12cm high (2) £40 - £60 862. Four Schafer and Vater novelty bisque nodding figures and match holders, including cat, Dutch girl, child and grotesque man, ‘Guess What I Am’ and ‘I’ve Got not Go in Me’, 13.5cm (4) £40 - £70

847. A pair of Gebruder Heubach bisque figures of children, modelled as fisher boy and cockle picker, 29cm high (2) £30 - £50 848. Two Schafer and Vater novelty bisque figures, The Champion and One of The Boys, modelled as a tennis player, the other match holder as a police man and child ‘Where can I have some Fun Tonight’, 19cm high (2) £30 - £50

860. Four Schafer and Vater novelty bisque match holders, including dog with bee, Alice in Wonderland Queen, bandaged dog and Scottish man, ‘ What ME lick stamps?’, ‘Now shall I w-wag it about or k-keep it s-still’ and ‘Auch bless ta Duke of Argyle for his Lamp Post’, 14cm high (4) £40 - £60

857. A collection of Royal Bayreuth porcelain, patterns including Sand Babies, Girl and Dog, The Hunt and Dutch Boy and Girl, vases, plates and covered pot (7) £40 - £60 858. Two Schafer and Vater novelty bisque figures, London Scottish, modelled in kilts and capes, 19.5cm high (2) £30 - £50

863. Three Schafer and Vater novelty bisque match strikers, modelled as figure groups of children and cats, ‘Don’t Scratch Me Scratch Mother’, ‘Waiting for the Smacks’ and ‘Scratch your Match on my Patch’, 9.5cm high (3) £40 - £60 864. Three Schafer and Vater novelty bisque match holders, modelled as grotesque heads and a pig, ‘A Match for You’ and ‘Get Your Hair Cut’, one Welsh woman, 11cm high (3) £40 - £70 865. Two Schafer and Vater novelty souvenir bisque figures, A Present from the Isle of Man and Blackpool Mermaid, modelled as a three legged man toothpick or match holder and a woman in bathing costume, 19.5cm high (2) £30 - £50 866. A collection of Schafer and Vater novelty bisque match holders, modelled as grotesque heads, including two Happy Feet examples, one with cigar tray ‘Some idiot’s got my cigar’ and ‘Aint it Awful’, 13cm high (7) £60 - £100 867. Three Schafer and Vater novelty bisque figures, The Nightingale and Mr Bass, modelled as opera singers, 20cm high (3) £40 - £60 868. Two Schafer and Vater novelty jugs, modelled as a Chinese woman with stork and a Dutch girl with basket and jug, impressed mark to one, 14cm high (2) £40 - £60

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872. A collection of Royal Bayreuth porcelain, including pair of Dutch Boy and Girl candlesticks, two pairs of vases, Huntsman and Children, Corinthian or Classic cup and saucer etc., printed marks, 13.5cm high (9) £50 - £80 873. A Nymphenburg figure of a dachshund, modelled seated, impressed marks, 17cm high £60 - £100 874. A set of five Royal Dux elephants, circa 1950s, modelled in graduated sizes, 26cm high (5) £200 - £300 875. F Thurner for Mouzin, Wasmuel, a Belgian pottery figural umbrella stand, in the form of a bulldog, circa 1900, modelled sitting, with collar, moulded marks, 57cm high £300 - £500 864

876 876. A Royal Copenhagen figure of a lynx, number 1329, painted and printed marks, 16cm long £100 - £200 877. A Dahl Jensen Copenhagen figure of a satyr, number 1173, painted and printed marks, 14cm high £80 - £120 878. Erik Nielsen for Royal Copenhagen, a Pointer Puppies figure group, model 260, designed circa 1901, painted and incised marks, 15cm high £50 - £80

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869 869. Three Schafer and Vater novelty jugs, including Pig Monk, Cow in a Dress and Gentleman Bear, impressed marks, 16cm high (3) £50 - £80 870. A pair of Royal Bayreuth porcelain black Cow creamers, modelled in relief, with red horns and eyes, 10cm high (2) £40 - £60 871. Two Royal Bayreuth porcelain novelty creamer jugs, including Rabbit and Monk, 13.5cm high (2) £40 - £60

879 879. Berthold Boess for Rosenthal, an Ionian Dancer figure, circa 1914, semi nude, in blue skirt, impressed B Boehs, printed marks, K201, 24cm high £80 - £120

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880. Gustav Oppel for Rosenthal, an Art Deco figure of a dancer, semi nude, in head shawl and skirt, with gilt highlighted geometric design, impressed 961, 24cm high £70 - £100

881. Berthold Boess for Rosenthal, a figure of a dancer, 1916, semi nude, in blue skirt, highlighted in gold, painted B Boehs, printed Iron Cross mark, 21.5cm high £70 - £100 882. Elly Strobach for Royal Dux, an Art Deco figure group of strolling man and woman, model 3666, dusted in gilt highlights, incised signature, 26.5cm high £80 - £120 883. Royal Dux, an Art Deco figure of a woman, modelled in blue dress and hat, highlighted in gilt, 20cm high £30 - £50

884. Fritz Diller for Rosenthal, a figure of a Sitting Dachshund, K.275, circa 1913, modelled on hind legs, printed marks, 16cm high £40 - £70 885. A Hertwig, Katzhutte Art Deco figure of a nude woman on a polar bear, modelled with a tambourine, highlighted in gilt, printed marks, 23cm high £80 - £120 886. A Hertwig, Katzhutte Art Deco figure of a dancer, modelled in red costume with arm bands and gilt tassels, printed marks, 20cm high £50 - £80 887. Two Hertwig, Katzhutte Art Deco figures of dancers, including Indian Dancer, model 5985 and 7242, semi nude with platinum lustre highlights, printed marks, 23cm high (2) £60 - £80 888. Stephan Dakon for Hertwig, Katzhutte, an Art Deco figure of a dancer in pink dress, model 1236, holding the ends of her dress, printed and moulded marks, 24.5cm high £40 - £70 889. Josef Lorenzl for Goldscheider, figure of an Oriental woman holding a lamp, circa 1927, model 6671, variation of model 6006, wearing a blue kimono with yellow and red flowers, incised marks and signature, 21 10, to underside, also signed to the back, 21cm high £300 - £500

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893 890 890. Stefan Dakon for Goldscheider, ‘Bubi; (Louise Brooks), modelled as a standing young lady with light curly hair, model 6210 designed circa 1930, impressed signature to base, incised mark and impressed 394 11, 34cm high £500 - £800

893. Stefan Dakon for Goldscheider ‘Madeleine’, model 6704, designed circa 1933, impressed signature to base, stamped marks and impressed 169 14, 30cm high £500 - £800 894. Claire Herczeg for Goldscheider, a female dancer in floral dress, model 8134, designed circa 1937, impressed signature to dress hem, stamped marks and impressed 39 14, 35cm high £600 - £800

891 891. Stefan Dakon for Goldscheider, Arabella, figure of a lady posing holding her skirt aloft, circa 1925, model 7776, red and pink dress with floral pattern, impressed and printed marks, 41cm high £500 - £800 895 892. Josef Lorenzl for Goldscheider, figure of a dancer, circa 1934, model 7058, with pink ruffed skirt, damask pattern, the outstretched arm, upturned (a variation of the illustrated model 7058 in Pinhas 2006, p.146), with bangles to each wrist, signed to the plinth, incised, 25 4, 35cm high £400 - £600

895. Stephan Dakon for Goldscheider, ‘Congress (Lilian Harvey), model 6330, designed circa1931, impressed signature to base, stamped marks and impressed 404 16, 33cm high £600 - £800

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896. Josef Lorenzl for Goldscheider, female dancer in tiered skirt, model 7058, designed circa 1934, impressed signature to base, stamped and incised marks and impressed 117 6, 36cm high £600 - £800

898. Stephan Dakon for Goldscheider, Pierrette with mask lamp base, model 5532, designed circa 1925, impressed signature to column, stamped mark and incised 257 12, 37.5cm high £600 - £800

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897. Wilhelm Thomasch for Goldscheider, Pierrette with Lute, model 5030, designed circa 1922, impressed signature to base, stamped mark and impressed 64 2, 34 cm high £700 - £900

899. Stephan Dakon for Goldscheider, ‘Aschermittwoch’ standing Pierrette with guitar, model 5903, designed circa 1929, impressed signature to base, stamped mark and incised 105 75, 34cm high £800 - £1000

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MOORCROFT 903. A Cobridge stone ware pottery vase, slender inverse baluster form decorated with a Lakeland scene, impressed and painted marks, 26cm high £50 - £80 904. Philip Gibson for Cobridge pottery, a stoneware Bottle Kiln vase, shouldered inverse baluster form, impressed and painted marks, 25cm high £80 - £120 905. A Cobridge stoneware pottery vase with incised and painted decoration depicting a trawler in seascape, tapered cylindrical form, 22cm high £30 - £50 906. Sian Leeper for Cobridge Pottery, a twin handled vase decorated with chrysanthemums, square section inverse baluster form, impressed and painted marks, 33.5cm high £40 - £60 900 900. Wilhelm Thomasch for Goldscheider, Sitting Pierrot with Lute, model 5117, designed circa 1923, impressed signature to base, stamped mark and incised 4 10, 24cm high £600 - £800 901. B Haniroff for Goldscheider, Striding Harlequin with umbrella (Pierrot), model 3133, designed circa 1905, modelled walking, impressed signature to base, stamped mark and incised 111 10, 30cm high £700 - £900 902. Josef Lorenzl for Goldscheider, Captured Bird figure (Gefangener Vogel), model 5230, circa 1922, painted with Secessionist concentric circles in the Kandinsky style, impressed marks, 38 11, 47cm high £2000 - £2500

907. Sian Leeper for Cobridge Pottery, a winged handled baluster form vase, incised and painted with exotic orange flowers and leaves, impressed and painted marks, 27.5cm high £60 - £100 908. Sally Tuffin for Dennis China Works, a lidded pot with owl finial, cylindrical form with incised oak leaf decoration, impressed and painted marks, 16cm high £50 - £80 909. Sally Tuffin for Dennis China Works, a magnolia vase, inverse baluster form, decorated with incised and painted flowering branches to a graded green striped ground, impressed and painted marks, 36cm high £40 - £70

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910. |Kerry Goodwin for Cobridge Pottery, a pair of Icarus vases, square section inverse baluster form with winged handles, impressed and painted marks, 26.5cm high (2) £80 - £120 911. Sally Tuffin for Dennis China Works, a polar bear vase, circa 2000, inverse baluster form, impressed and painted marks, 23cm high £60 - £100 912. A Moorcroft miniature enamel trial vase, florian poppy blue on blue, printed and painted marks, 9cm high £50 - £80 913. A Moorcroft miniature enamel trial vase, hand painted Hesperian pattern, printed and painted marks, 19cm high £40 - £60 914. Moorcroft enamel miniature trial vase, painted with moored boats, printed and painted marks, 9cm high £80 - £120 915. A Moorcroft Limited Edition enamel Hesperian Carp trinket box, with modelled wrythen fish to the lid, No.175 /250, painted and printed marks 9.5cm high. £50 - £80

923 923. Rachel Bishop for Moorcroft, a Bolderwood vase, 2008, inverse baluster form, signed and dated, 16.5cm high £50 - £80

916. A Moorcroft enamel paperweight, pseudo micro mosaic depicting Medusa, inset in ribbed brass base, printed and painted marks, 6.5cm diameter £30 - £50 920

917. A set of six Moorcroft miniature vases, impressed and painted marks, tallest 5.5cm (6) £100 - £150 918. Emma Bossons for Moorcroft, a Queen’s Choice jug, 2002, baluster form, signed in gilt, 12cm high £40 - £60 919. Emma Bossons for Moorcroft, a Fleur-De-Luce lamp base, circa 2011, baluster form on wooden socle base, 48.5cm high (excluding fitting), with shade £600 - £800 924 920. Philip Gibson for Moorcroft, a Trinity vase, circa 2003, slender shouldered form, signed and numbered 651, 32cm high £80 - £120 921. Emma Bossons for Moorcroft, a Hartgring vase, 2002, knop necked ships decanter form, impressed marks, 24.5cm high £100 - £200

921

922. Emma Bossons for Moorcroft, a Victoriana vase, Moorcroft Collectors Club 1997, slender inverse baluster form, signed 1331, 21cm high £80 - £120

924. Anji Davenport for Moorcroft, an Angel’s Trumpet vase, Moorcroft Collectors Club 1998, shouldered form, signed and numbered 1205, 19cm high £70 - £100 925. Rachel Bishop for Moorcroft, a Noah’s Ark ginger jar, Moorcroft Collectors Club 1995, shouldered form, number 69, 16cm high £70 - £100 926. Anji Davenport for Moorcroft, Woodside Farm vase, circa 2000, flared cylindrical form, impressed and painted marks, (seconds?) £200 - £300

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


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927. Philip Gibson for Moorcroft, a limited edition Profusion pattern vase, circa 2001 inverse baluster form, impressed and painted marks, No.67/100, 42cm high £300 - £350

935. Walter Moorcroft, an Orchid box and cover, circa 1960, cuboid form with stepped cushion lid, impressed marks and Late Queen Mary sticker, 12.5cm long, £40 - £70 5cm high, 9cm deep

928. Vicky Lovatt for Moorcroft, Grapevine ewer, circa 2012, slender inverse baluster form, impressed and painted marks, 32cm high £100 - £150

936. Walter Moorcroft, an African Lily bowl, circa 1953, rounded and footed, impressed marks and facsimile, 11cm diameter £30 - £50

929. Sally Tuffin for Moorcroft, a Bramble lamp base, circa 1990, squat baluster form, impressed marks 27cm high including fitting £40 - £60 930. Emma Bossons for Moorcroft, Queen’s Choice fig and peach vase, circa 2000, twin handled baluster form, impressed and printed marks, 26cm high £300 - £400

933 933. Walter Moorcroft, an Orchid vase, circa 1960, squat baluster form, impressed marks, 13cm high £50 - £80

931. Kerry Goodwin, Sian Leeper and Emma Bossons for Moorcroft, as set of six miniature vases, impressed and painted marks, tallest 5.5cm high £150 - £250

938. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Forget Me Not and Poppy Panel vase, circa 1908, double gourd with everted rim form, printed marks and underglaze green signature, 27cm high £300 - £500 939. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, Florian Green and Gold vase, circa 1905, knopped flared form painted with sinuous floral design, printed and painted marks, 21cm high £250 - £300

932. Walter Moorcroft, a pair of Fuchsia lamp bases, circa 1950s, baluster form, impressed marks, 32.5cm high (2) £150 - £250 934 934. Walter Moorcroft, a Caribbean bowl, circa 1960, footed conical form, impressed marks, 9cm diameter £50 - £80

937

937. Walter Moorcroft, Anemone on blue vase, circa 1970, shouldered ovoid form, impressed and painted marks, 29cm high £100 - £200

938

940. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a pair of Blue Poppy on celadon twin handled cups, circa 1908, footed with everted rims, printed mark and underglaze green monogram, 16cm wide (2) £200 - £400 941. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Florian Poppy twin handled vase, circa 1905, footed and rounded beaker form with bladed knops to the border, underglaze green signature, 21.5cm high £400 - £600

941

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944. William Moorcroft for Spaulding and company Chicago, a Prunus vase, circa 1910, inverted trumpet form, green ground, underglaze green signature and retailers mark, 38.5cm diameter £300 - £500

947 947. William Moorcroft, a Hazledene match striker, 1914, spherical form, impressed Burslem marks and date, 7cm high £500 - £600

942

945

942. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a yellow Poppy and Forget Me Not Panel vase, circa 1908, baluster bottle form, printed mark and underglaze green signature, 15cm high £150 - £250

948. William Moorcroft, Hazledene bowl, circa 1919, green underglaze green signature and date, and impressed marks, 34.5cm diameter £400 - £600

945. William Moorcroft for Liberty and Co., a Red Flamminian vase, circa 1905, spherical form, printed mark and incised signature, 16cm high £120 - £180

943. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a lustre Rose and Forget Me Not vase, circa 1908, elongated waisted form, yellow lustre, underglaze signature, 19cm high £120 - £180

949 949. William Moorcroft, a small Eventide vase, circa 1925, bulbous form with flared neck, impressed marks, 10cm high £500 - £600 946 946. William Moorcroft for Liberty and Co., a Green Flamminian vase, circa 1905, conical baluster form with cylindrical neck, printed mark and underglaze green signature, 25.5cm high £200 - £400

944

950. William Moorcroft, an Eventide vase, circa 1920, angled baluster form, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 20cm high £500 - £600 951. William Moorcroft, a Flambe Dawn Landscape vase, circa 1930, inverse baluster form, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 26cm high £2000 - £2200

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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958. William Moorcroft, a Wisteria lidded pot, circa 1920, cylindrical drum form, with hinged pewter mount, impressed marks, 6.5cm high £80 - £120 959. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate and Blackberry Panel bowl, circa 1915, shallow rounded form, on celadon ground, impressed Burslem marks and underglaze green signature, 21cm diameter £150 - £200 960. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate vase, 1918, bulbous baluster form with flared neck, impressed Burslem marks and underglaze green signature, 24cm high £150 - £250 952 952. William Moorcroft, a red Dawn Landscape bowl, circa 1925, twin handled rounded form, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 24cm wide £600 - £800 953. William Moorcroft, Flambe Wisteria bowl, circa 1925, circular form, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 21cm diameter £250 - £350 954. William Moorcroft, Pansy on white vase, circa 1913, flared trumpet footed form, impressed marks, underglaze green signature and date, 22.5cm high £250 - £300 955. William Moorcroft, Wisteria on white ginger jar and cover, circa 1920, impressed and green painted signature, 23cm high £300 - £320

961. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate vase, circa 1915, bulbous baluster form, impressed Burslem marks and underglaze green signature, 26.5cm high £150 - £200 962. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate bowl, circa 1920, rounded footed form, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 21cm diameter £50 - £80 963. William Moorcroft, three Pomegranate vessels, circa 1920s, including a matched pair of small squat baluster vase, and a dish with inverted rim, impressed marks, underglaze monograms to two, 11cm diameter (3) £60 - £100 964. William Moorcroft, three small Pomegranate vases, circa 1915 to 1928, including shouldered ovoid and inverse baluster forms, impressed Burslem marks to two and underglaze green monograms, 9.5cm high (3) £80 - £120

956. William Moorcroft, A wisteria on blue twin handled vase, circa 1920, baluster form, impressed marks and blue painted signature, 31cm high £300 - £400

965 965. William Moorcroft, three small Pomegranate vases, circa 1920 to 1935, including, shouldered, ovoid and inverse baluster forms, impressed marks, facsimile to one, 10cm high (3) £70 - £100 966. William Moorcroft, a small Pomegranate on ochre bottle vase, together with another small vase and a dish, circa 1925, globe and shaft and baluster forms, the silver plated dish with a central ochre plaque, impressed marks, 10cm high (3) £60 - £80 967. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate vase, circa 1935, inverse baluster form, impressed marks and facsimile, underglaze blue monogram, 18cm high £80 - £120 968. William Moorcroft, three small vases, Pansy on blue, Carnation and Orchid, circa 1930 and later, bulbous, inverse baluster and shouldered forms, impressed marks, 11cm high (3) £40 - £70 957 957. William Moorcroft, a Wisteria on blue vase, circa 1920, bulbous with elongated neck form, impressed marks and under glaze green signature, 15.5cm high £100 - £150

969. William Moorcroft, a pomegranate on blue spouted jug, cylindrical tapered form, impressed and underglaze blue signature, 13cm high £200 - £300

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


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972. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate on ochre and blue bowl, circa 1915, footed rounded form, impressed Burslem marks and underglaze green signature, 16.5cm diameter £150 - £250

976 976. William Moorcroft, a Flambe Leaf and Berry vase, circa 1930, squat baluster form, impressed marks and facsimile, underglaze teal monogram, 15.5cm high £150 - £250 977. William Moorcroft, a pair of Flambe Leaf and Berry candlesticks, circa 1935, splayed form with ogee sconces, impressed marks and facsimile, underglaze green monograms, 8cm high

970 970. William Moorcroft, an Orchid vase, circa 1930, waisted cylindrical form, impressed marks and facsimile, underglaze green monogram, 21cm high£120 - £180 971. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate vase, circa 1928, bulbous ovoid form, impressed marks and underglaze blue monogram, 17cm high £120 - £180

Provenance: 1978 MacMillan and Perrin Moorcroft Exhibition £120 - £180

973 973. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate on ochre and blue vase, circa 1915, waisted cylindrical form, impressed Burslem marks and underglaze green signature, 19cm high £150 - £200 974. William Moorcroft, a Leaf and Berry bowl, circa 1920, footed squat form with inverted rim, celadon ground, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 34cm diameter £100 - £150 975. William Moorcroft, a small Flambe Leaf and Berry vase, circa 1935, ovoid bulbous form, impressed marks and facsimile, underglaze blue monogram, 13cm high £120 - £180

972

978 978. William Moorcroft, a Flambe Leaf and Berry pot and cover, circa 1925, footed rounded form, impressed marks and underglaze monogram, 12cm diameter £150 - £200 979. William Moorcroft, a Flambe Orchid vase, circa 1935, spherical form, impressed marks and underglaze monogram in blue, 23cm high £100 - £150 980. William Moorcroft, a large Wisteria on blue vase, dated 1924, ovoid baluster form, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 52cm high £400 - £500 981. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate vase, circa 1920, baluster form, impressed marks and under glaze blue monogram, 13cm high £80 - £120

974

982. William Moorcroft, a pair of waving corn candlesticks, circa 1935, impressed and painted signature, 8.5cm high (2) £150 - £200

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


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983. William Moorcroft, a Flambe Peacock Feather vase, circa 1918, shouldered tapered form, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 19cm high £800 - £850 984. William Moorcroft for Liberty and Co., a commemorative 1935 Silver Jubilee tankard, barrel form with reeded angled handle, impressed, and painted marks, 12cm high £70 - £100 985. William Moorcroft, a wisteria pattern inkwell, circa1920, square chamfered from with lid, impressed and painted blue signature, 7cm high £100 - £150 986. William Moorcroft, four small Orchid vases, circa 1930s and later, squat baluster, shouldered and bottle forms, impressed marks and late Queen Mary sticker, 10cm high (4) £40 - £70

991 991. Christopher Dresser for Linthorpe, a pair of Art Pottery Aesthetic Movement salt and pepper pots, conical baluster form, incised with a central band of daisies and spots, between chevron and bead borders, impressed marks and numbers 539, 8cm high (2) £150 - £250

987 987. William Moorcroft, a Flambe Pansy on white vase, circa 1920, squat baluster form, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 13cm high £150 - £250 988. William Moorcroft, a matched pair of small Pomegranate vases, circa 1930, shouldered ovoid form, impressed marks, 7cm high (2) £80 - £120

ART POTTERY

992 992. Christopher Dresser for Watcombe (attributed), an Aesthetic Movement terracotta jug, circa 1880, rounded conical form with relief moulded band of stylised leaves and berries, between beaded borders, impressed number, 8.5cm high £20 - £40 993. Mary Salisbury for Pinder Bourne, an Aesthetic Movement painted plaque, 1888, portrait of a woman in profile on a chrysanthemum foliated ground, signed, 36cm diameter £150 - £250 994. An Aesthetic Movement painted plaque, 1884, decorated with cockerel and hens in a barn, dedicated to the reverse E A A Payne from Arthur Brownfield July 16th 1884, 36.5cm diameter £40 - £70

989 989. Two Gothic Revival encaustic tiles by Hargreaves, Craven Dunhill, in the style of Pugin and De Morgan, one with a pair of rampant lions, the other a stylised peacock, 15cm square (2) £40 - £70 995 990. Christopher Dresser for Minton, a pair of Japanese Crane blue and white dinner plates, 1875, the borders decorated with a band of waves and birds in flight, impressed marks, 26.5cm diameter, together with another Aesthetic movement plate (3) £80 - £20

995. A pair of Arts and Crafts Persian style tiles, Candy and Co., in the Style of William Morris and De Morgan, 15cm square (2) £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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999. A Minton Secessionist jardiniere stand, stylised blue tubelined flowers on green painted ground, the stand with spotted pattern band to the foot, 73cm high £100 - £200

996 996. An Arts and Crafts nine tile panel, red on white floral design, in the style of Maw and Co., 15cm square (9) £100 - £150 1000

1003

1000. Leon Solon for Minton, a pair of Secessionist twin handled vases, circa 1898, model 3378, shouldered and footed form, relief moulded with stylised peacock on painted foliate branch, the handled pierced on a crimped base, printed marks, 30cm high (2) £100 - £200

1003. Edwin Martin for Martin Brothers, a stoneware jug, circa 1885, ovoid form with conical neck and angled strap handle, sgraffito decorated with leaves, on beige ground, incised marks Martin London and Southall, 27cm high £200 - £300 1004. Robert Wallace Martin for Martin Brothers, a miniature stoneware jug, ovoid form, incised with flowers, below a fishtail rim, incised marks, 5.5cm high £200 - £300

997 997. Mary Watts for Compton Pottery, an Arts and Crafts relief moulded Vine trinket box, cuboid form, painted in green over blush, 10cm long, 6.5cm high, 7cm deep £100 - £150

1005

1001 1001. C H Brannam for Liberty and Co., an art pottery twin handled vase, circa 1905, inverse baluster form with loop handles, red glaze, impressed marks, 28cm high £40 - £70

998 998. John Pearson, an Arts and Crafts lustre bowl, shallow conical form, painted with a galleon in full sale, with figures, on purple ground, fish and monogram to underside, 12.5cm diameter £120 - £180

1002. C H Brannam for Liberty and Co., an art pottery beaker vase, footed ogee form with tubelined Art Nouveau style heart flower heads and sinuous whiplash tendrils, green glazed, impressed marks, 12cm high £100 - £150

1005. Mark V Marshall for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware bowl, squat Chinese censer form, relief moulded with foliate cartouches and stepped bracket feet, incised marks, 26cm diameter £120 - £180 1006. Hannah Barlow for Doulton Lambeth, a pair of vases baluster form, circa 1905, decorated with a herd pony's with in art nouveau borders, monogrammed, impressed marks, 46cm high (2) £600 - £1200 1007. Hannah Barlow for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware beaker, 1876, sgraffito decorated with goats, silver rim, incised monogram, 12.5cm high £40 - £70

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


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1012. A group of three Doulton Lambeth stoneware tobacco jars, transfer printed with dogs and tropical fish, circa 1940, rounded cylindrical form, lid with twisting spring-loaded bar, impressed marks, 10cm high (3) £40 - £60 1013. A Ruskin Pottery Crystalline lamp base, circa 1932, inverse elongated baluster form on a square bracket footed base, blue draining to orange, impressed marks, 39cm high to fitting £150 - £250 1014. A Ruskin Pottery Lustre ginger jar and cover, 1921, lilac glaze, ovoid form with domed lid, impressed marks, 12.5cm high £180 - £220

1008 1008. Hannah Barlow for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware vase, 1903, shouldered form, sgraffito decorated with stags and deer in a parkland scene, between Art Nouveau style borders, impressed Royal Doulton mark and incised monograms, 48cm high £600 - £800

1010. Eliza Simmance for Doulton Lambeth, a pair of stoneware vases, circa 1887, squat circular form, incised and relief moulded with flowers and leaves, monogrammed and dated, 15cm high (2) £600 - £800

1015 1015. A Ruskin Pottery Lustre vase, 1922, straight inverse baluster form, pink glaze, impressed marks, 16cm high £80 - £120 1016. A Ruskin Pottery Egg Shell Lustre bowl, 1923, rounded form, orange glaze, impressed and printed marks, 25cm diameter £70 - £100 1017. A Ruskin Pottery Lustre bowl, 1923, mother of pearl green purple glaze, shallow rounded form, impressed and printed marks, 25cm diameter £140 - £180

1009 1009. Francis Pope for Royal Doulton, a stoneware vase, conical baluster form, slip decorated with bird, dragon and rosettes on a leafy ground, incised marks, 17.5cm high £150 - £250

1011 1011. A Doulton Lambeth stoneware novelty inkwell, Saved, modelled as a drowning man with life buoy, impressed marks 1515, 11cm diameter £150 - £250

1018. A Ruskin Pottery Lustre ginger jar and cover, 1913, ovoid form, orange glaze, impressed marks, 14cm high £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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1024

1019. A Ruskin Pottery Late glaze bowl, 1927, streaky crystalline type, rounded conical form, impressed marks, 22.5cm diameter £40 - £60

1026. A Ruskin Pottery High Fired vase, 1924, inverse baluster form, sang de boeuf over white, fissured, impressed marks, 22.5cm £400 - £450

1020. A Ruskin Pottery Souffle glazed vase, 1906, shouldered ovoid form, painted to the shoulder with a floral vine band, blue with a purple interior, impressed West Smethwick mark, 20cm high £180 - £220

1027. A Ruskin pottery High Fired vase, 1932, shouldered form, red and cram with green spots, impressed marks, 22cm high £1000 - £1500

1021. A Ruskin Pottery High Fired bowl, 1924, footed rounded form, speckled grey and red purple glazed, impressed marks, 22cm diameter £250 - £350

1026

1029. A Ruskin Pottery High Fired vase, 1922, shouldered form, grey over red, impressed marks, 21cm high £340 - £380

1028. A set of four Ruskin Pottery Souffle glazed buttons, circa 1920s, oval form, pink cabochon with integrated loops, stamped marks, 2.5cm x 2cm (4) £30 - £50

1030 1030. A Ruskin Pottery High Fired small bowl, circa 1920, footed and hemispherical form, red with white rim and purple speckles, the interior with pooled turquoise, impressed marks, 8cm diameter £250 - £350

1022. A Ruskin Pottery High Fired vase, 1924, flattened onion form, sang de boeuf with a band to the shoulder of mottled cloudy purple, impressed marks, 27cm high £800 - £1200 1023. A Ruskin Pottery Crystalline vase, circa 1932, squat double gourd form, green over orange, impressed marks, 12cm high £50 - £80 1024. A Ruskin Pottery High Fired vase, 1925, shouldered form, brown beige over sang de boeuf, impressed marks, 26cm high £340 - £380

1031 1025. A Ruskin Pottery Late glaze vase, circa 1932, conical gourd form, orange fruit peel glaze, impressed marks, 12cm high £40 - £60

1029

1031. Charles Noke and Harry Nixon for Royal Doulton, a Chang bowl, misshapen rounded form, heavily glazed with craquelure, painted marks, 9.5cm diameter £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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1035. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, a Flambe Rhino figure, modelled standing, head raised, printed marks and K, 17cm long £80 - £120 1036. Leslie Harradine for Royal Doulton, a Flambe Airedale Terrier figure, modelled standing, printed mark, 14cm high £80 - £120

1032 1032. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, a Jade Elephant figure, modelled charging, printed marks and signed, 18cm long £300 - £500

1037

1039

1037. Leslie Harradine for Royal Doulton, a Flambe Pelican figure, modelled sitting, impressed and printed marks, 10.5cm high £150 - £250

1033 1033. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, a Flambe Tiger figure, in stalking pose, printed mark, 37cm long £80 - £120

1038. Leslie Harradine for Royal Doulton, a Flambe Fox Terrier figure, modelled sitting, head turned, printed mark, 13.5cm high £100 - £200 1039. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, a Flambe Penguin figure, modelled on a rock, one wing raised, printed marks and signed Noke, 14cm high £80 - £120 1040. Leslie Harradine for Royal Doulton, a Flambe Terrier figure, modelled standing with head turned, printed marks, 10.5cm high £50 - £80 1041. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, a Flambe Blood Hound figure, circa 1926, modelled sitting with head up and turned, printed marks, 20cm high £150 - £250

1034 1034. A Royal Doulton Titanian ware grotesque imp, circa 1913, seated on a rock, smoking a pipe and holding a cup, printed marks, 9.5cm high £900 - £1200

1042 1042. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, a Flambe Pigs at Trough figure group, circa 1920s, modelled with three pigs, printed mark, 17cm long £200 - £400

1035

1043. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, a Flambe Snarling Tiger figure, in crouching pose, printed mark, 25cm long £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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1044. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, a Flambe Alsatian figure, modelled sitting, printed mark, 21cm high £100 - £200 1045. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, a Flambe Pig figure group, modelled as two resting swines, printed marks and signed, 18cm long £120 - £180 1046. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, a graduated set of three Flambe Elephant figures, modelled with trunk raised, the largest with white tusks, printed marks, 17.5cm high (3)£70 - £100 1047. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, a Flambe Rabbits figure group, modelled as a pair of lop eared bunnies, 10cm high £40 - £60

1052 1052. Leslie Harradine for Royal Doulton, a Flambe Polar Bear on Cube figure, printed marks, 10.5cm high £100 - £200 1053. A Royal Doulton Titanian ware vase, elongated square form, decorated with silver lustre cranes and flowers, printed and impressed mark, 20cm high £900 - £1000

1048 1048. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, two Flambe Elephant figures, one modelled with trunk raised, the other with trunk down, 24cm long (2) £40 - £60

1054 1054. Clarice Cliff for Newport Pottery, a Ravel sardine dish, moulded fish handle, printed Bizarre and Honeyglaze marks, 13cm wide, 8.5cm high, 11cm deep £200 - £300

1049 1049. Charles Noke and Fred Allen for Royal Doulton, a large Sung glazed elephant figure, modelled with trunk raised, painted marks, 29cm high £600 - £800

1055

1050. A Royal Doulton Sung bowl, shallow rounded form with inverted rim, the centre decorated with a phoenix and flames within a flaming scroll border, printed mark, 28cm diameter £40 - £70

1055. Keith Murray for Wedgwood, a Champagne glaze creamware vase, designed circa 1934, shouldered form with stepped concentric bands, apparently unmarked, 29cm high

1051. A small Royal Doulton Flambe vase, bowed ovoid form, with mottled purple over red, 10cm high £30 - £50

Note: although this design was generally produced in matte glazed earthenware, examples in gloss glazes do exist including in the collection of Birmingham Museum of Art, Alabama, USA. £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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1059. Norman Wilson for Wedgwood, a Unique Ware lustre painted bowl, rounded with a conical foot, the exterior in black, glazed with a green concentric ribbed interior, painted with silver lustre foliate scroll design, impressed marks, 19.5cm diameter £70 - £100

1063 1063. Seth Cardew (1934-2016) (attributed), a studio pottery pot and cover, cylindrical form, blue painted wave design with iron spots and blue border, impressed SC mark, 12cm diameter £20 - £40

1056 1056. Norman Wilson for Wedgwood, a Unique Ware vase, ribbed ogee ovoid form on a concentric ringed foot, mottled oatmeal glaze, impressed marks, 12.5cm high £50 - £100 1060 1060. Millicent Taplin for Wedgwood, a resist lustre vase, circa 1925, footed trumpet form with platinum ground, painted with stylised floral sprays and dots, printed mark, 10.5cm high £20 - £40

1057 1057. Norman Wilson for Wedgwood, a black basalt bowl, conical form with everted rim, incised to the interior with vertical wrythen lines, impressed marks, 20cm diameter £60 - £100

1061. Walter Slater for Shelley, a large lustre bowl, decorated with a bird of paradise in raised gilt surrounded by foliage, printed marks and facsimile signature, 32cm wide £80 - £120

STUDIO POTTERY 1064 1064. Janice Tchalenko (1942-2018), a studio pottery reduced stoneware vase, London, circa 1985, thrown ovoid form with everted rim, glazed in yellow and red over green and blue, incised JT monogram, 9.5cm high £40 - £70

1058 1058. Norman Wilson for Wedgwood, a Unique Ware bowl, rounded conical form, the exterior in purple glaze, the interior with concentric rings curtain glazed in matte turquoise, impressed marks, 17cm diameter £80 - £120

1059

1062

1065. Walter Keeler, a large studio pottery Whieldon jardiniere on integrated oval stand, on six squat feet, 20cm high, 28cm diameter £600 - £800

1062. Colin Pearson (1923-2007), a St Ives studio pottery bowl, circa 1954, footed and bowed cylindrical form, tenmoku glaze with celadon interior, impressed Pearson and Leach seal marks, 12.5cm diameter, 8cm high

1066. Bernard Rooke (b.1938), a studio pottery lamp base, relief moulded with bladed steps and naturalistic tube and ring handles, incised mark, 21.5cm high to fitting £20 - £40

Note: although Pearson never officially worked at St Ives, he worked alongside and taught many other potters and it is likely he visited the Leach studio on several occasions. This pot shows the influence of Hamada and Bernard Leach £40 - £70

1067. Anne Butler (Contemporary), a transparent Parian ware bowl, decorated with poured grey slips, painted mark, 13cm high £80 - £120 1068. Anne Butler (Contemporary), a transparent Parian ware bowl, decorated with poured grey slips, 9cm high £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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1069 1069. Alev Ebuzziya Siesbye (b.1938), a studio pottery stoneware bowl, 1976, open rounded form with unglazed narrow foot rim, sang de boeuf glaze with oxidised magenta rim, incised marks, 14.5cm diameter, 9cm high £2500 - £3500

1070 1070. John Ward (b.1938), a studio pottery stoneware vase, circa 2012, rounded beaker form with cleft rim, incised banded design in orange over a cream ground, artist seal mark, 21cm high £3000 - £5000

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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1071. Hans Coper (1920-1981), a studio pottery stoneware bottle vase, 1964, shouldered ovoid form with flat wide brim disc rim, oatmeal glaze over rusticated crackled ash and manganese, artist seal mark, 16.5cm high Provenance: Museum Boymans-van Beuningen, 1967; Christie’s, Amsterdam, World Ceramics: The J.W.N. van Achterbergh Collection, 1st November 2005, lot 177; Christie’s, New York, 26th March 2008, lot 41 £10,000 - £15,000

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1072. Hans Coper (1920-1981), a studio pottery stoneware vase, 1964, the bulbous onion body with bowed cylindrical neck, incised linear band, oatmeal glaze over rusticated crackled treacle, artist seal mark, 19.5cm high Provenance: Museum Boymans-van Beuningen, 1967; Christie’s, Amsterdam, World Ceramics: The J.W.N. van Achterbergh Collection, 1st November 2005, lot 188; Christie’s, New York, 26th March 2008, lot 136 £8,000 - £12,000

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1073. Dame Lucie Rie (1902-1995), a studio pottery bowl, circa 1983, ogee form, yellow glazed earthenware with manganese golden lustre rim, above a feathered lattice band, edged in turquoise, artist seal mark, 14cm diameter, 8.5cm high Provenance: Martha Schneider Gallery, Chicago 1987

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£15,000 - £20,000


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1074. Dame Lucie Rie (1902-1995), a studio porcelain bowl, circa 1971, ogee form, inlaid concentric bands of pink through a white glaze, artist seal mark, 10cm diameter, 5.5cm high £2000 - £3000

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1075. Dame Lucie Rie (1902-1995), a studio pottery stoneware vase, circa 1970, flattened conical baluster form with elongated neck and wavy broad rim, integral coloured spiral, mixed clay in orange, green and white with a dolomite glaze, artist seal mark, 35.5cm high £10,000 - £15,000

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1076 1076. Dame Lucie Rie (1902-1995), a studio porcelain bottle vase, circa 1975, cylindrical shouldered form with flaring neck, sgraffito decorated to the shoulder with a band of vertical lines, the neck and lip similarly decorated to the interior and exterior, glazed to the foot and rim with borders of golden manganese, the base with incised radiating lines and copper lustre, seal mark, 24cm high Note: see Cooper, E., 2002, Lucie Rie, The life and work of Lucie Rie 1902-1995, London, p.32 for a similar example

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£5000 - £8000


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1077 1077. Dame Lucie Rie (1902-1995), a studio pottery stoneware swan neck vase, circa 1956, ovoid form with elongated and flared neck, white oatmeal glaze with integrated manganese speckles, artist seal mark, 40cm high Note: see Birks, T. 2009, Lucie Rie, Catrine, p.129 and the back cover illustration for similar examples; Lucie Rie – A Retrospective, exhibition 2010, The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, p.109 for a similar example £10,000 - £15,000 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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BRITISH CERAMICS 1078. A Minton pot pourri basket and cover painted with spring flowers, circular form with weave handle and pierced lid, 5.5cm high £40 - £60

1079 1079. Antonin Boullemier for Minton, a painted sauce tureen and cover, 1889, footed squat ovoid boat form, decorated with nude girls reclining in floral grounds, within tooled gilt borders and white jewelled cobalt blue bands, signed, 21cm long £150 - £250

1081 1083. J Birbeck, Cauldon for Tiffany and Co., a game bird painted dessert service, each painted with different named game birds in natural habitats, within raised and tooled gilt borders of foliate scrolls, gilt footrims, printed marks, P789, 21.5cm diameter £300 - £500 1080 1080. Richard Bradbury for Minton, a pate-sur-pate plate, circa 1930, decorated with a cherub on a fruiting vine swing to a blue ground cartouche, within an ivory field decorated with a gilded raised jewelled and foliate scroll border, signed, printed marks, 24cm diameter £600 - £800 1081. Albion Birks for Minton, a patesur-pate plate, circa 1897, decorated with a cherub carrying yoked water pails to a terracotta cartouche, reserved to an ivory field highlighted with gilded flowers within a foliate swag border, the Greek Key reticulated rim with relief moulded starburst medallions, monogrammed, impressed and painted marks, 24cm diameter £1000 - £1500 1082. J Birbeck for Cauldon, two painted plates, Wild Turkey and Red Grouse, within a raised gilt and tooled gilt foliate borders, gilt footrims, signed, 24cm diameter £80 - £120

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1084 1084. J H Plant for Coalport, a Chicago Exhibition plate, 1893, painted with a Scottish shooting scene of hunters, dogs and grouse on a watery moorland, within a pale yellow border of raised two tone gilt foliate scroll and urn design, set with cartouches of tooled gilt game birds, gilt footrim, signed, printed marks Z666, 24.5cm diameter £80 - £120

1085. J H Plant for Coalport, a Chicago Exhibition plate, 1893, painted with a fishing scene of fisherman on river, within a green border of raised two tone gilt foliate scroll and urn design, set with blue ground aquatic cartouches with tooled gilt fish, gilt footrim, signed, printed marks Z667, 24.5cm diameter £80 - £120 1086. J Birbeck for Cauldon, a painted plate, Salmon Leaping, White Bear River, within a raised gilt foliate border, gilt footrim, signed, 26cm diameter £30 - £50

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1087. William Powell for Royal Worcester, a cabinet plate decorated with wading flamingos in a misty river landscape, within raised fruiting vine pale green border, puce marks and date code 1914, 23cm diameter £150 - £200

1095. R Sebright, for Royal Worcester retailed through Asprey's, a tall comport, circa 1938, painted with fallen fruit on mossy bank, deep red border with enamelled jeweling, signed, puce printed marks, 22cm diameter £100 - £150

1088. John Hopewell (attributed) for Royal Worcester, a bird painted cabinet plate, within sky blue border, 1881, impressed and printed marks, 23cm diameter £50 - £70 1089. William Powell for Royal Worcester, a cabinet plate decorated with wading flamingos in a misty river landscape, within raised fruiting vine pale green border, puce marks and date code 1914, 23cm diameter £150 - £200 1090. John Hopewell (attributed) for Royal Worcester, a bird painted cabinet plate, within sky blue border, 1881, impressed and printed marks, 23cm diameter £50 - £70 1091. H. Russik Marshall, Coloured Worcester Porcelain of the First Period (1751-1783), London 1977 £50 - £80 1092. M Morris, Still Life with Fruit, oil on board, signed, after his work for Royal Worcester porcelain, 15cm x 20cm, framed £80 - £120 1093. J Reed for Royal Worcester, a pot pourri vase and cover, circa 1970, painted with fallen fruit on mossy bank, signed, black printed marks, 13cm high £200 - £300

1096 1096. A pair of Chamberlain Worcester scent bottles, circa 1830, painted with a scene of Worcester and the other painted with a scene of Malvern on green ground, onion shape, with porcelain butterfly lids mounted in ormolu, 13cm high (2) £150 - £250 1097. W H Austin, for Royal Worcester, a vase, circa 1926, painted with a peacock perching on a tree branch, signed, puce printed marks, 8cm high £50 - £80 1098. C Baldwin, for Royal Worcester, a plate with pierced panels, circa 1902, painted with a group of swans in flight, signed, green printed marks, 22cm diameter £150 - £250 1099. James Hadley for Royal Worcester, circa 1890, a candlestick modelled as a young boy beside a tree stump, on circular naturalistic base, 26cm high, together with a figure of a dancing girl, 24cm high, impressed and printed marks, (2) £60 - £100 1100. A Royal Worcester vase, circa 1892, angled baluster footed form, painted with clematis and spring flowers to an apple green ground, blush ivory elongated neck and shoulders with applied twin dolphin handles, shape No.1578, puce printed mark, 18.5cm high £80 - £120 1094 1094. J Freeman, for Royal Worcester, a pot pourri vase and cover, circa 1956, painted with fallen fruit on mossy bank, signed, black printed marks, 13cm high £200 - £300

1101. Stella Crofts for Royal Worcester, a pair of Hare figures, 3892, together with a Doris Lindner Kids at Play figure 3153, 12.5cm high (3) £40 - £70 1102. J Skerrett for Royal Worcester, a pot pourri vase and cover, circa 1970, quarter lobed form, painted all around with fallen fruit on mossy bank, signed, black printed marks, 12cm high £200 - £300

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1103 1103. A Shuck, for Royal Worcester, a twin handled vase and cover, circa 1924, inverse baluster footed form, painted with a stork in an oasis, signed, puce printed marks, 18cm high £600 - £800

1108 1108. Harry Stinton, for Royal Worcester, a vase and cover, circa 1930, twin handled pedestal urn form, painted with a stag and doe in a highland scene, signed, puce printed marks, 21cm high £2000 - £3000

1104 1104. C Baldwin, for Royal Worcester, a twin handled vase, circa 1914, spherical footed form, painted with three swans in flight, signed, green printed marks, 13.5cm high £500 - £800 1105. J Smith for Royal Worcester, a pot pourri vase and cover, circa 1951, painted with fallen fruit on mossy bank, signed, black printed marks, 12cm high £200 - £300 1106. H Stinton, for Royal Worcester, a vase, circa 1927, painted with Highland cattle, signed, puce printed marks, 15cm high £300 - £500

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1107. H Stinton, for Royal Worcester, a vase and cover, circa 1912, painted with Highland cattle , signed, green printed marks, 12cm high £300 - £500

1109. J Cook, for Royal Worcester, a vase of cylindrical form with pierced scroll foot, circa 1970, painted with fallen fruit on a mossy bank, signed, black printed marks, 21cm high £400 - £600

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1110. W Ricketts, for Royal Worcester, a vase, circa 1926, painted with fallen fruit on a mossy bank, signed, puce printed marks, 15cm high £200 - £300 1111. K Blake, for Royal Worcester, a vase, circa 1951, painted with blackberries and blossom, signed, black printed marks, 8.5cm high £60 - £80 1112. B Leaman, for Royal Worcester, a vase and cover, circa 1970, painted with fallen fruit on a mossy bank, signed, black printed marks, 24.5cm high £300 - £500 1113. S Drysdale, for Royal Worcester, a pot pourri vase and cover, circa 1970, painted all around with fallen fruit on a mossy bank, signed, black printed marks, 12cm high £200 - £300 1114. H Stinton, for Royal Worcester, a vase, circa 1939, painted with Highland cattle, signed, puce printed marks, 8cm high £200 - £300 1115. G H Cole for Royal Worcester, a pair of twin handled vases, circa 1908, slender ovoid footed form, painted with dog roses and violets on an ivory ground, signed, shape No 1762, puce mark, 21cm high (2) £200 - £300 1116. A pair of Royal Worcester shot enamel figures, water carriers, circa 1898, shape number 1206, puce printed marks, 20.5cm high (2) £100 - £200 1117. Ernest Barker for Royal Worcester, circa 1936, Sheep in landscape, oval plaque signed and framed, 9cm wide £80 - £120

1121. A Royal Worcester twin handled vase and cover, circa 1899, ovoid baluster footed form, painted with peonies and forget-me-nots, blue glazed and gilded relief moulded neck and finialed cover, the circular foot with moulded foliate gilded collar, shape No. 1632, 27cm high £120 - £140 1122. A Royal Worcester black and white vase, baluster footed form, circa 1905, decorated with a timbered house ‘Wor’shire Chimey’, shape No.1866, 17.5cm high £80 - £120 1123. Raymond Rushton for Royal Worcester, hand painted vase, circa 1929, baluster form, ‘Harvington’ thatched cottage with figure, shape No. 293, 19cm high £100 - £200 1124. A Royal Worcester Prismatic Enamel vase, circa 1893, twin handled globular footed form, painted with clematis and yellow Jasmine to a blue and pink hued ground, the slender relief moulded neck flanked by dog mask and acanthus scroll handles, the circular foot with applied foliate band on gilt flecked marble base, shape No.1569, printed puce marks, 34cm high £150 - £250 1125. A Royal Worcester flat-back ivory jug, circa 1890, decorated with flowers and leaves, shape No 1094, 16cm high, together with a nautilus blush ivory jug, circa 1892, shape No 1183, 8.5cm high (2) £30 - £50 1126. F Roberts for Royal Worcester, a pot pourri vase and cover, circa 1970, painted with fallen fruit on mossy bank, signed, black printed marks, 13cm high £200 - £300

1118. H Chivers for Coalport, a cabinet plate, circa 1906 still life study of fruit, within apple green and gilded foliate border, signed, 26.5cm diameter £50 - £80

1127. A Royal Worcester Mr Punch candle snuffer, circa 1881, modelled with green night cap, gilt tipped, printed green mark 9cm high £300 - £500 1128. Doris Lindner for Royal Worcester, Nijinsky figure, 1971, number 279 of 500, on stand with framed certificate, 28cm high £120 - £180 1129. E Phillips for Royal Worcester, a set of five flower painted dessert plates within gilt borders, 1929, puce marks, 21cm wide (5) £200 - £300 1130. James Hadley for Royal Worcester, circa 1890, a pair of figures, young boy playing a pipe and dancing girl, both on circular rockwork base, impressed and printed marks, 25cm high (2) £100 - £150 1131. James Hadley for Royal Worcester, a pair of rose and berry painted ewers, circa 1903, quatrelobed pedestal form, applied with scroll and acanthus leaf handles, moulded with relief ornament at the neck and foot, the mouldings picked out in bronze, blue and green, printed and painted marks 271/1038, 20cm high (2) £150 - £250 1132. A Royal Worcester candle snuffer, Town Girl, 1880, modelled with a pink bonnet and fan, green marks, 13.5cm high £80 - £120 1133. George Owen (attributed) for Royal Worcester, a reticulated, jewelled and gilt painted plate, 1885, the central mountain landscape scene with figures by a river, within a pierced honeycomb trellis, punctuated by landscape roundels and geometric trefoil motifs, all dotted with raised gilt spots, the border with pink ground and turquoise and white jewelled ribbon entwined with a continuous foliate vine, printed green mark, 21cm diameter £120 - £180 1134. A Royal Worcester blush ivory vase, 1898, twin handled pedestal urn form, painted with floral bouquets, green marks, 23.5cm high £40 - £70

1119. Harry Stinton for Royal Worcester, a cabinet plate, circa 1912, painted with cattle in a highland lakeside landscape, within a pentamerous panel with gilded shell and foliate border to a green ground, signed, 22.5cm diameter £100 - £150

1135. A Royal Worcester blush ivory vase, 1899, twin handled conical baluster form, painted with floral bouquets, green marks, 25cm high £70 - £100

1120. Ernest Barker for Royal Worcester, a cabinet plate, circa 1940, painted with a still life study of English flowers to a sage green ground with acid etched gilded border, signed, 27.5 cm diameter £80 - £120

1136. Harry Stinton for Royal Worcester, a Highland Cattle painted coffee cup and two saucers, 1909 and 1916, signed to each, puce marks, saucer 10cm diameter (3) £60 - £80 1127

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1137. Doris Lindner for Royal Worcester, Bull Terrier figure 2931, Foals model 3152 and a wall plaque bust of a dog 3025, 15cm high (3) £50 - £80

1140. James Hadley for Royal Worcester, a blush ivory figure group, Goldsmith’s Boys, modelled on a bench, with gilt verse ‘The Busy Whisper…’, 11cm high £60 - £80 1141. Two Royal Worcester figures, Henry VIII after Holbein and Lisette from Victorian Series, 24cm high £80 - £120 1142. A Royal Crown Derby miniature Imari tea set, together with a kettle and a cauldron, 7cm high (5) £100 - £150

1138 1138. Doris Lindner for Royal Worcester, three figure groups, Young Spotted Deer figure 3316, Kids at Play 3153 and Foals 3152, 14.5cm high (3) £50 - £80

1143. Royal Crown Derby Imari novelty miniatures, including kettle, a pair of coal scuttle salt cellars, tureen, milk churn and teapot, 6.5cm high (6) £100 - £200

1152. J H Plant for Royal Doulton, three castle painted plates, including a pair of Kenilworth Castle HB9858, and Pembroke Castle, within raised and tooled gilt foliate borders, 27cm diameter (3) £60 - £100 1153. A pair of Doulton Burslem blue children plaques, oval with gilt rims, signed, printed marks, 24.5cm x 19.5cm (2) £40 - £70

1144. Royal Crown Derby Imari ware, including 2451 tyg, ogee moulded dish, squat inverse baluster vase and a salt cellar, dish 12.5cm diameter (4) £80 - £120 1145. Stefan Nowacki for Lynton Porcelain, a silver gilt mounted moon scent bottle, church and bridge over a river within a gilt circular cartouche, verso floral gilding on yellow ground, acorn finial, on plinth base, mount maker RS, Birmingham 1996, printed marks, 8.5cm high £100 - £200 1146. Stefan Nowacki for Lynton Porcelain, a silver mounted square scent bottle, recto panel with sailing ship at harbour, alternating panels of white and royal blue with jewelling lined in gilt, flaming finial, mount maker RS, Birmingham 1995, monogramed and printed marks, 7cm high £100 - £200

1139 1139. James Hadley for Royal Worcester, a pair of Wind figures, circa 1878, Before the Wind, Against the Wind, gloss ivory with painted limbs and faces, impressed marks, 29cm high (2) £100 - £200

1151. J Birbeck for Royal Doulton, a painted cabinet plate, grouse in flight over moorland, within a tooled gilt border, gilt footrim, signed, 23cm diameter £40 - £70

1147. Leslie Johnson for Royal Doulton, a portrait plaque and brooch, each painted with a woman, the brooch in yellow metal mount, signed, 9.5cm x 7.5cm and 4.5cm x 3.5cm (2) £100 - £200 1148. Leslie Johnson for Royal Doulton, a painted portrait plaque of a Cavalier, three quarter length, 7.5cm x 5.5cm, framed £100 - £200 1149. Leslie Johnson for Royal Doulton, two painted portrait plaques, of a French Revolutionary and an Aristocrat, signed, 6cm x 4.5cm, framed (2) £100 - £200 1150. Leslie Johnson for Royal Doulton, two portrait plaques, painted with a flapper and Aristocrat, signed, 5cm x 3.5cm, framed (2) £100 - £200

1154 1154. A pair of Doulton Burslem blue children plaques, oval , snowy scene, signed Kelsall and Doulton, printed marks, 24.5cm x 19.5cm (2) £40 - £70 1155. A pair of Royal Doulton blue children plaques, oval with gilt rims, printed marks, 24.5cm x 19.5cm (2) £40 - £70 1156. Three Royal Doulton blue children plates, including a pair of gilt rimmed examples, printed marks, 22.5cm diameter (3) £30 - £50 1157. A pair of Doulton Burslem blue children plaques, oval form with gilt rims, printed marks, 13.5cm x 10.5cm (2) £40 - £70 1158. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, an Isaac Walton sugar sifter, flared form, with plated mount and lid, 17.5cm high £30 - £50 1159. Cecil J Noke and Harry Fenton for Royal Doulton, Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, a limited edition two handled loving cup, circa 1953, moulded in low relief with flags, heraldic shields and galleons, No.420/1000, printed marks, 27cm high £150 - £200

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1160. A Royal Doulton limited edition twin handled loving cup, ‘Dye Ken John Peel’ baluster form with fox head and hunting whip handles, the body moulded in low relief with figures and hounds, No.7/500, printed marks, 22.5cm high £300 - £500

1176. C J Noke for Royal Doulton, The Jester, circa 1930, in black and white chequered tunic, shape No.HN45, printed and painted marks, 24cm high £150 - £250 1177. A Royal Doulton monkey, designed 1912, grey glazed and modelled seated with folded arms and glancing left, No HN118, printed mark, 7.5cm high £120 - £180

1161. Royal Doulton character jug, Hatless Drake, printed mark, 14cm high £400 - £600 1162. A Royal Doulton M.F.H Presentation jug, limited edition, circa 1930, ovoid cylindrical form, with cockerel head spout and hunting whip handle, moulded in high relief with hounds on the chase with a Reynard style fox hiding behind a tree, number 421 of 500, with certificate, 32cm high £250 - £350 1163. A Royal Doulton musical character jug, Tom Weller, printed marks and titled, 15.5cm high £180 - £220 1164. A Royal Doulton miniature prototype character jug, Baseball Player, Atlanta Braves cap and costume, printed marks Property of Royal Doulton, together with a Fortune Teller miniature character jug, 7.5cm high (2) £200 - £300

1169 1169. A Royal Doulton tiny prototype character jug, Ronald Regan, with Liberty torch, printed mark, 4cm high £100 - £200 1170. A Royal Doulton tiny prototype character jug, Oliver Twist, with spoons, printed mark, 4cm high £100 - £200 1171. A Royal Doulton tiny prototype character jug, Nancy, with ribbon hat, printed mark, 4cm high £100 - £200 1172. A Royal Doulton tiny prototype character jug, Bill Sykes, printed mark, 4cm high £100 - £200

1165. A Royal Doulton tiny prototype character jug, Captain Scott, with Union Flag, printed mark, 4.5cm high £100 - £200

1178 1178. Charles Noke and H Fenton for Royal Doulton, Captain Phillip jug, a limited edition jug, circa 1938, moulded in low relief with figures and ships, No 101 of 350, signed Noke, printed marks, 24cm high £900 - £1000

1166. A Royal Doulton tiny prototype character jug, Gandhi, with spinning wheel, printed mark, 4cm high £100 - £200 1167. A Royal Doulton tiny prototype character jug, Einstein, with telescope, printed mark, 4cm high £100 - £200

1173 1173. A Royal Doulton small prototype character jug, Jockey, in green and black colours, unmarked, 12cm high £200 - £300 1179 1174. A Royal Doulton character toothpick holder and a bowl, Sairey Gamp, 8342 and 8297, printed marks, 5.5cm high, 7cm high £50 - £80

1168 1168. A Royal Doulton tiny prototype character jug, Jesse Owens, with running shoes, printed mark, 4cm high £100 - £200

1175. A Royal Doulton Reynard the Fox three piece coffee set, circa 1945, moulded in low relief with a seated fox, the handle modelled as a hunting crop, comprising coffee pot, milk and sugar, together with a single saucer and a table lighter, pattern No.H4927, printed marks (5) £100 - £150

1179. Charles Noke and Harry Fenton for Royal Doulton, A limited edition Captain Cook Loving cup, circa 1933, modelled in low relief depicting figures and the Endeavour moored in Botany Bay, No.341/350, impressed signatures and printed marks,24cm high £900 - £1000 1180. Raoh Schorr for Royal Doulton, a figure of a sleeping calf, HN1161, circa 1940, white glazed, printed mark, 14.5cm long £70 - £100

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1181. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, The Jester figure, HN1702, circa 1938, painted numbers, 27cm high £80 - £120

1189. Harry Tittensor for Royal Doulton, an Owl figure, in a different colourway, possibly prototype, green mark, 12cm high £150 - £250 1190. Leslie Harradine for Royal Doulton, The Carpet Seller, green robe and blue tunic colourway, impressed and underglaze marks, 21.5cm high £400 - £600 1191. Leslie Harradine for Royal Doulton, The Balloon Seller figure, HN583, earthenware body, painted marks, 24cm high, together with two miniature character jugs, Paddy and Auld Mac (3) £40 - £60 1187

1182 1182. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, a Falstaff figure, HN1606, circa 1933, printed and painted marks, 20cm high £100 - £150

1187. Leslie Harradine for Royal Doulton, Old Lavender Seller figure, HN1492, circa 1933, earthenware, painted marks, 17cm high £40 - £70

1183. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, a Falstaff figure, HN1216, circa 1926, printed and painted marks, 19cm high £70 - £100

1192. Harry Fenton for Royal Doulton, Charley`s Aunt figure, HN1411, circa 1930, printed marks, 20cm high £80 - £120 1193. Six Royal Doulton figures, including Marie HN1370, Nicola HN2832, Soiree HN2312, Ruby HN1725, Cynthia HN1686 and Christine HN2792, 21cm high (6) £100 - £200 1194. A Royal Doulton figure of a horse, HN2569, together with a Royal Crown Derby figure of a Scottie dog and a Carlton Ware terrier, 13cm high (3) £40 - £70

1184. Barbara Vernon for Royal Doulton, a Bunnykins Golfing plate, within leaping bunny border, 19.5cm diameter £20 - £40

1195. Six Royal Doulton figures, including Lady April HN1958, Southern Belle HN2229, Bess HN2002, This Little Pig HN1793, Janet HN1537, 19cm high (6) £100 - £200 1188 1188. Leslie Harradine for Royal Doulton, Fox Stealing a Goose figure, HN1096, circa 1940, modelled with green hat and cape, painted and printed marks, 13cm high £500 - £800

1196. Leslie Harradine for Royal Doulton, five miniature figures, Chloe M29, Victorian Lady M2, Bridesmaid M12, Patricia M7 and Janet, 11cm high (5) £60 - £100 1197. Leslie Harradine for Royal Doulton, three miniature Paisley Shawl figures, M3, M4 and M26, in different colourways, painted marks, 10.5cm high (3) £40 - £70 1198. A collection of Royal Doulton series ware, including Dickens characters, Robin Hood, Coaching scenes etc., pairs of vases, small plates and pepper pot etc. £40 - £70

1185 1185. Leslie Harradine for Royal Doulton, a pair of Dickens character stoneware figures, Mr Pickwick and Mr Pecksniff, white glazed, incised monogram, 24.5cm high (2) £50 - £100 1186. Leslie Harradine for Royal Doulton, Uriah Heep figure, HN554, circa 1923, painted numbers, 18.5cm high £40 - £70 1189

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1199. Pauline Parsons for Royal Doulton, Joan of Arc figure, HN3681, 1995, modelled with flag post and sword, 25.5cm high £50 - £80

1204. A pair of Dudson, Staffordshire porcelain figures of Oriental man and Woman, circa 1840, polychrome decorated, wearing hats, highlighted in gilt, 30cm high (2) £500 - £800

1200. Peggy Davies for Royal Doulton, an Artist Copy figure group of Arabian Dancer and Child, signed in gold pen, 23.5cm high £80 - £120 1201. Worcester Kerr & Binns, a matched pair of miniature chambersticks, seashell painted within gilt borders, impressed marks, 5cm high (2) £400 - £600 1202. A set of six Masons Ironstone egg cups, circa 1820, footed Campana form, Imari style decoration, 6cm high (6) £30 - £50

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1203. A Staffordshire Prattware coiled and knotted puzzle pipe, 19th century, 31.5cm long £350 - £450

1205. A Chelsea porcelain novelty scent bottle, in the form of four hens, polychrome decorated, with chained stopper, 8cm high £250 - £350 1206. A Victorian parian gilt figure group of a boy and girl tending rabbits, modelled sitting on rocks on plinth base, 28cm high £80 - £120

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1207. A 17th century English Delft charger, circa 1670, painted with Adam and Eve beside a serpent entwined tree, in blue, white and yellow, the rim with painted gadrooning, 35cm diameter £4000 - £5000

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1211. Charles Bell Birch, a large Parian figure group of a nymph with doe and faun, 1866, incised signature, C B Birch, 51cm high £150 - £250 1212. William Beatie for Wedgwood, a large Parian figure group Finding Moses, circa 1855, modelled with a child in a basket and two women beside a sphynx on pedestal, apparently unmarked, 51cm high £200 - £300

1208 1208. A Staffordshire Agateware coffee pot, circa 1750s, flattened baluster form, relief moulded with a band of fluted and foliate lappets, the beak spout modelled with a mask above draped festoon, on three creamware bear or lions paw feet, acanthus ear strap handle and cabbage finial, 18cm high £100 - £200

1209 1209. A Staffordshire Prattware puzzle pipe, coiled and knotted tubular form, 32.5cm long £80 - £120 1210. A Minton porcelain botanical painted ink stand, circa 1800, lobed bough pot form with handle, peach lidded covers, decorated with named specimens, including geranium, Jacobean Lotus and Great Flowered Jasmine, with gilt rims, interlaced S mark, 18cm wide £80 - £120

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1213. Emile Lessore for Wedgwood, a set of six creamware Putti plates, circa 1860s, painted with scenes of cherubs at work and play, within ochre borders, impressed marks, signed, 23.5cm diameter (6) £200 - £400

1217. Enoch Wood, a Staffordshire figure of St Sebastian, model number 11, on a square section block base, impressed marks, 27cm high

1214. A pair of Wedgwood blue Jasperware cylindrical vases, circa 1830s, relief moulded with Classical figures and trees, below a foliate scroll border, impressed mark, 24.5cm high £40 - £70

Note: this actual figure is illustrated in Halfpenny, P., 1995, English Earthenware Figures 1740-1840 £80 - £120

1215. A collection of Wedgwood Jasperware and Basalt, 1860s and later, including twin handled urn vases, Museum vase, pair of pots and covers, impressed marks £100 - £200 1216. A Wedgwood blue and white toy tea service, circa 1863, transfer printed with Italian lake scenes, including miniature teapot, bowl, jug, six cups, saucers, tea plates and two sandwich plates, impressed and printed marks, teapot 8cm high (23) £40 - £70

1218 1218. A Belleek first period Griffin and Clam Shell comport, polychrome decorated and modelled in relief with a mound of various shells, impressed and printed marks, 18cm high £200 - £300

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1225. Emile Lessore for Wedgwood, a set of six creamware Fables plates, 1865, painted with scenes from Aesop, including the Hare and the Tortoise, Cow and the Frog, Cockerel, Fox and grapes, Fox and Crow and Bear and Bees, within ochre coloured relief moulded ogee borders, impressed marks, signed, 24cm diameter (6) £300 - £500 1226. A commemorative transfer printed jug, for the marriage of Albert Edward Prince of Wales and Alexandra of Denmark, 1863, baluster form, with portraits to each side, 20cm high £20 - £40 1227. Four Victorian commemorative nursery plates, including Duke of Wellington, Albert Edward Prince of Wales, born Nov 9 1841, Prince and Princess of Wales Married 1863, transfer printed, one painted with William, 18cm diameter (4) £40 - £60

1219 1219. A Belleek first period shell bowl, modelled as a conch supported on coral, pink lustre highlights, printed mark, 11cm high £40 - £70 1220. A Belleek first period Flying Fish vase, pearlescent glaze, modelled as a winged fish with conch shell, printed marks, 11.5cm high £40 - £70 1221. A Belleek first period shell bowl, modelled as a conch supported on coral, blue coral with gilt highlights to the body, printed mark, 11cm high £40 - £70

1228. A commemorative transfer printed jug, Champions of Reform, purple portraits of Earl Grey, Lord John Russell and Baron Brougham, 15cm high £40 - £70 1229. A commemorative transfer printed jug, Sir J Yorke Scarlett and Lady Scarlett, Burnley 1869, blue portraits to each side, 8cm high £30 - £50 1230. A Wedgwood green Jasperware vase, circa 1850, footed urn form with Classical allegorical figures to each side, between lions mask and ring handles, the shoulder with naturalistic foliate and floral fronds, impressed mark Wedgwood, 23cm high £40 - £70

1222. A Belleek first period Sea Horse and Shell figural dish, bisque and glazed porcelain, impressed and printed marks, 11cm high £40 - £70 1223. Emile Lessore for Wedgwood, a pair of creamware fables plates, 1863, with two scenes from Aesop, Fox and Stork, within ochre border, impressed marks, signed, 23.5cm diameter (2) £50 - £80 1224. Emile Lessore for Wedgwood, a set of six creamware Putti plates, circa 1860s, painted with scenes of cherubs at work and play, within ochre borders, impressed marks, signed, 23.5cm diameter (6) £200 - £400

1231 1231. A Wedgwood relief moulded polychrome enamelled Jasperware vase, circa 1820, twin handled footed ovoid form, applied in high relief with naturalistic orchid flowers emanating from branchy handles, realistically painted, on a blue and white ground, impressed Wedgwood and moustache mark, W, 24.5cm high £300 - £500

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1232. Two Wedgwood Jasperware vases, late 19th century, one of white over black ovoid urn form, twin Bacchus handles and a band of revelling maidens, on a square base, the other of blue ground with allegorical figures representing the arts, twin handled shouldered urn form, impressed marks, Wedgwood England, 24cm high (2) £70 - £100

1234. A Derby porcelain figure of John Milton, circa 1820s, modelled standing and resting on a relief moulded column, holding a scroll with verse from Paradise Lost, highlighted in gilt, printed red mark, incised No.297, 25cm high £40 - £70

1233. A pair of Wedgwood Jasperware potpourri vases, circa 1840, twin handled Campana urn form with pierced domed lids, white on blue, each with different allegorical scenes of Classical women, impressed Wedgwood, 20cm high (2) £60 - £80

1235. A commemorative transfer printed porter mug, Sir Robert Peel, circa 1850, equestrian portraits to each side, with coat of arms and dates, 10.5cm high £30 - £50 1236. Emile Lessore for Wedgwood, a set of six creamware Putti plates, circa 1860s, painted with scenes of cherubs at work and play, within ochre borders, impressed marks, signed, 23.5cm diameter (6) £200 - £400 1237. A commemorative transfer printed bowl, for Albert Grant MP for Kidderminster, circa 1865, rounded form with blue rim, 16cm diameter £30 - £50 1238. A Wedgwood porcelain figure of Olivia, circa 1850, blush ivory, highlighted in gilt, printed mark Wedgwood, 22cm high £40 - £70

1239. A Minton majolica game pie dish and cover, circa 1875, the lid modelled as game resting on ferns and leaves, the basket moulded base interwoven with oak twigs, leaves and acorns, with white glazed liner, impressed marks, 32cm wide, 17cm high £500 - £800

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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