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FINE & DECORATIVE ARTS Friday 5th & Saturday 6th March 2021



FINE AND DECORATIVE ARTS To be held at: Davies House, Davies Road, Evesham, Worcestershire WR11 1YZ FRIDAY 5TH MARCH SATURDAY 6TH MARCH 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

Director

Senior Specialist and Cataloguer

Allison White

David Pregun

Auctioneer, Valuer and Photographer

Jewellery and Watches

Mark Oliver

Geoff Shepherd

Steven Bruce

Consultant Decorative Arts Specialist

Office Manager

Consultant

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

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


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

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

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

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


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

Buying at Kingham & Orme Auctioneers Ltd:

Buyer’s Premium

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


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CONTENTS DAY 1 Silver

1 – 241

Jewellery and Watches

242 – 299

Pictures

300 – 369

Furniture and Clocks

370 – 397

DAY 2 Oriental

398 – 451

Works of Arts and Metalware 452 – 530 Glass

531 – 577

Continental Ceramics

578 – 606

Moorcroft

607 – 649

Art Pottery

650 – 702

British Ceramics

703 – 801


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SILVER 1. A Japanese silver novelty salt cellar, Asahi Shoten, Tokyo, in the form of a double gourd, applied with a training vine, 7cm long, 0.70ozt £30 - £50 2. A Japanese Meiji silver twin handled bowl and cover, Chiyodaya, circa 1900, hexagonal conical form, planished and embossed with bamboo, the finial cast as a leafy bamboo stork, loop handles, 10cm high, 4.50ozt £120 - £180 3. A Japanese silver and mixed metal cigarette case, circa 1930s, incised with a landscape of mountains, bridge and temple, sterling with copper overlay, 12.5cm x 8cm, 4.66ozt £150 - £200 4. A Chinese silver box, Luen Wo, Shanghai circa 1900, cuboid form, embossed and chased with flowering prunus and birds, hinged lid, 8cm wide, 4.5cm high, 5cm deep, 4.48ozt £200 - £250

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5. A Chinese silver card case, circa 1900, embossed in relief with a dragon amongst clouds, the reverse with leafy bamboo, 7.5cm x 5.5cm, 1.38ozt £200 - £250 6. An 18th century or earlier Indian Mughal silver and niello enamel ewer or chuski, bulbous form with conical neck and domed lid, the zoomorphic spout with cabochon recesses, engraved with Persian style floral and ogee arcades, between scrolling vine and lappet bands, 20cm high, 9.30ozt £1000 - £1200 7. An Indian white metal cigar case, circa 1910, repousse embossed and chased with Hindu figures and cows, the reverse with Ganga and figures on the banks of the Ganges, 4.80ozt £280 - £300 8. An Indian white metal mug, late 19th century, cylindrical form, repousse embossed and chased with trees and buildings, scroll handle, 7cm high, 2.78ozt £120 - £180 9. Mozafarian, a large Persian silver and enamelled box, Tehran circa 1900, circular drum form with domed lid, etched and chased with alternating lotus flowers and birds, below foliate scroll and floral borders, the central image of a mosque, within bands of floral and foliate decoration, 21cm diameter, 29.99ozt £800 - £1000

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10. A Chinese silver cocktail shaker, circa 1920, the body applied with a cast dragon in relief amongst clouds, the lid similarly decorated, each dragon with wire whiskers, 20cm high, 11.34ozt £1000 - £1200 11. A Chinese export miniature silver teapot, Wing Fat, circa 1900, cuboid form, embossed and chased with prunus and bamboo to alternating sides, the handle cast as a branch, 7cm long, 1.36ozt £200 - £250 12. A Chinese export silver waiter or tray, Zeewo, Shanghai circa 1900, circular, planished with bamboo moulded rim, on three hemispherical feet, 18.5cm diameter, 8.70ozt £220 - £280 13. A Chinese silver three piece brush and shoe horn set, Tuck Chang, Shanghai circa 1910, embossed with flowering prunus and birds, including hand brush, clothes brush and horn, 28cm long (3) £100 - £200

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


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14. A miniature Chinese silver vase, Cumwo, Hong Kong circa 1890, shouldered form, embossed and chased in the round with a flowering chrysanthemum, 5cm high, 0.50ozt £60 - £100 15. A Chinese silver gilt, filigree, enamelled and stone set tea caddy, cylindrical, mesh ground, overlaid with foliate scroll and floral decoration, Persian style cartouches, set with turquoise and coral cabochons and cloisonne floral sprays, the central band between ruyi head and floral rosette borders, 10.5cm high, 8.94ozt £700 - £800

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16 16. A Chinese export silver bowl, Wang Hing, circa 1900, rounded and footed, embossed and chased in relief with alternating bamboo and prunus, 21cm diameter, 20.83ozt £1000 - £1200 17. A Chinese export silver pepper pot, circa 1900, shouldered ginger jar form, embossed and chased with figures in an orchard, 5cm high, 0.82ozt £60 - £100 18. A Chinese export silver snuff box, MK, Canton circa 1870, waisted cuboid form with chased floral garland lid, gilt interior, 4cm long, 1.03ozt £40 - £60 11

19 19. A Chinese export silver box and cover, Tuck Chang, Shanghai circa 1900, circular drum form, embossed in relief with dragons to the body and lid, on a textured ground, 9.5cm diameter, 7cm high, 7.23ozt £400 - £500 15

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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22 22. An 18th century German silver beaker, IW, circa 1720, rounded tumbler cup form, plain with gilt interior, 6.5cm diameter, 1.84ozt £400 - £500 23. An 18th century Swiss silver dish, Zofingen circa 1760, ogee petal rim, 25cm diameter, 15.92ozt £500 - £600

20 20. A Chinese silver five light candelabrum, Wang Hing, Hong Kong circa 1900, the lobed circular base embossed with panels of flora and fauna, including prunus, chrysanthemums, ducks, storks and dragon, the central prunus decorated and ball knopped column with three cast and chased dragons supporting four further branched dragons with torch sconces, all on three cast demon mask bracket feet, 46cm high, 65.42ozt £3000 - £4000

24 24. A Russian silver, niello and horn flask or beaker, the terminal in the form of a duck’s head, chased and enamelled with flowers and foliate scrolls, supported on a chain, 35cm long £100 - £150 25. 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 26. 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

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21. An 18th century Baltic silver sugar box, WM, probably Tallinn circa 1750, oval ogee bombe form, embossed and chased with foliate scroll cartouches and floral sprigs, cast bud finial, 13cm high £1000 - £1200

27. A Portuguese silver chamberstick, Porto 19th Century, of Neoclassical form, lozenge form with reticulated and beaded gallery, on four bun feet, the knopped and reeded Campana sconce with broad rim, foliate teardrop and open C scroll handle, 10.5cm high, 7.12ozt £50 - £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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28. A German silver card tray, Gebruder Deyhle, circa 1910, circular ogee fluted border, salver form, 19.5cm diameter, 5.41ozt £40 - £70

39. A Louis XV French silver sealing wax case, GV, Paris 1738, channelled oval form, etched with Rococo floral sprigs and shells, the lid with a windmill vignette, incuse seal to base, 11cm long, 1.30ozt £250 - £350

29. A Swedish silver handled walking cane, circa 1910, the planished crook top with plain band, on an ebonised tapered stick, 91cm high £120 - £180 30. A Christofle silver plated figural candlestick, modelled as Bacchus, on circular base, stamped marks, 23cm high £120 - £180 31. A German silver card tray, Franz Mosgau, Berlin circa 1890, Rococo cartouche form, embossed and chased with foliate shell scrolls and floral sprigs, on four ball feet, 27.5cm long, 9.86ozt £200 - £300 32. A Dutch Biedermeier silver tea caddy, VG, Netherlands 1825, rounded rectangular section, the ogee ovoid body with reeded banding, on four ball feet, the lockable domed lid with knop finial, 13.5cm high, 10.10ozt £350 - £450 33. A Continental silver and glass swan bowl, E Ltd., London import marks 1981, cut glass body and pierced embossed wings, hinged, 10.5cm high £40 - £60 40 40. A 19th century Dutch silver novelty longcase clock, import marks Lewis Lewis, London 1891, embossed Rococo scroll and figural decoration on an ogee bombe base and lions paw feet, the 2 inch white enamel dial with Roman numerals and Swiss Octo movement, 27cm high £500 - £600 41. An 18th century German silver gilt spice box, Augsburg circa 1720, cylindrical drum form with removable cruciform divider, 4cm diameter, 1.25ozt £500 - £600

34 34. A pair of Continental cast silver novelty salt and pepper pots, probably German, modelled as Kate Greenaway style figures of a boy and girl, with removable heads, 10cm high, 11.60ozt (2) £750 - £850 35. An Imperial Russian silver match box case, together with a Continental silver napkin ring, Russian import marks, the napkin ring embossed with Secessionist style foliate bands, 6cm long, 2.42ozt (2) £20 - £30 36. A set of six German silver teaspoons, D Tho Aspern, circa 1910, together with an Estonian silver spoon, Fiddle pattern, 14.5cm long, 2.70ozt £20 - £30 37. 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 38. A French silver and horn ladle, Paris circa 1797, the boat shaped bowl with stamped gadrooning to the rim, 27cm long £40 - £70

42 42. A pair of cast Continental silver candlesticks, 18th century, the stepped petal bases with moulded foliate lappets and fluted bands, supporting knopped acanthus baluster stems with chased denticulated sconces, indistinct marks, 25.5cm high, 47.73ozt (2) £1000 - £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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43. A Louis XV French silver wine taster, IF, Orleans 1774, the incised reeded body with beaded border, fluted scroll handle, incised Pierre Cribier 1780, 10.5cm long, 3.27ozt £200 - £250

46. A set of nine 18th century Dutch silver dessert spoons, IS, Amsterdam 1743 and 1744, Hanoverian pattern with drop heels, 18cm long, 12.92ozt £900 - £1200

44. An 18th century French Provincial silver wine taster, Jean Roffay, Angers 1783, discharge marks for Tours, plain planished form with coiled serpent handle, inscribed Esprjt Boussjon, 9.5cm long, 1.68ozt £120 - £180

47. 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 48. An Imperial Russian silver coaster, Moscow 1891, circular, engraved with monastic buildings within stippled bands, 10.5cm diameter, 1.42ozt £70 - £90

49 49. A Renaissance silver handled figural fork, late 16th or early 17th century, Continental, circa 1590-1620, the handle modelled in relief with a Classical nude torso and bust above a flowering urn vase pilaster and ribboned lions mask, twin pronged steel fork, 16.5cm long £250 - £350

45 45. A 17th century German silver gilt chalice cup, H.D.S., Augsburg circa 1620, the ogee bowl embossed in relief with two bands of beads, between chased trefoil fronds, the rim lobed, on a cruciform knopped and foliate lappet baluster stem, on rounded foot, 16.5cm high, 5.64ozt £4000 - £5000

50 50. A 16th century Swiss silver and parcel gilt beaker, Leonhard Bram, Zurich circa 1550, footed cylindrical tumbler form, incised with a band of foliate scrolls and roundels, the foot feathered, 6.5cm high, 2.48ozt Note: see Losel, E.M. 1983, Zürcher Goldschmiedekunst vom 13 bis 19 Jahrhundert, Zurich, p.164, no. 68(a) and p.360, no.44 for examples of the maker £4000 - £5000 46 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 16th or early 17th century Norwegian silver gilt spoon, AA, Bergen circa 1600, the terminal cast with putti masks to each side, within scroll cartouche, on a chamfered and knopped stem with fluted lappets, the bowl engraved with a foliate scroll motif, stamped marks, 16cm long, 1.23ozt £500 - £600

57. An Imperial Russian silver combination tobacco and vesta case, Vaillant, St Petersburg 1876, plain cuboid form, the front with gilt lined snuff or tobacco compartment, the lid with steel striking grate, tinder wick tube to the length of the body, engraved with the coronet and monogram of a Russian Baron, 9.5cm x 5.5cm, 5.07ozt £500 - £600 58. A Dutch silver sifter spoon, the pierced bowl on a cast zoomorphic foliate griffin stem, 14cm long, 1.62ozt £120 - £150

53. A Dutch silver miniature novelty corner cabinet, 19th century, bow fronted, embossed with Rococo scrolls and putti in pastoral landscape, on open foliate legs with reticulated pediment, opening to reveal a shelved interior, 12.5cm high, 3.06ozt £240 - £280 54. A Dutch silver snuff box, 1854, the lid engraved with foliate scrolls, reeded banding to the edge, 7cm x 4cm, 1.26ozt £100 - £150 55. A Napoleonic French Provincial silver snuff box, AM, Strasbourg circa 1810, oval form, bright cut decorated with knotted bands and floral sprigs, gilt interior, 7cm long, 1.66ozt £200 - £250

64. An American silver porringer, Reed and Barton, MA designed circa 1906, Francis I pattern, rounded with folded rim and cast and chased foliate scroll and fruiting cartouche handle, marked sterling X569, 16cm long, 4.04ozt £40 - £60 65. A Scottish silver bowling club medal, Alexander McDonald, Glasgow circa 1859, inscribed for the Wellcroft Bowling Club, Peter Stewart Champion 1859, within acanthus and bead drop borders, stamped makers mark only, 8cm diameter, 2.84ozt £150 - £200

52 52. An 18th century Swedish silver and parcel gilt beaker, Stockholm 1705, conical form of three ball feet, stipple engraved with open tulips, 7cm high, 2.79ozt £450 - £500

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59 59. An 18th century German silver snuffer tray, Augsburg circa 1762, lobed spear head form, fret cut floral thumb piece, on three splayed peg feet, 22cm long, 3.58ozt £500 - £600 60. A French Napoleonic silver and parcel gilt paten, QB, circa 1810, the top of plain broad rimmed form, the reverse cast and chased in relief within the foot rim, with Virgin, Child and St John the Baptist, surrounded by clouds and putti, beaded border, 18.5cm diameter, 9.40ozt £250 - £300

66. A George III Provincial silver meat skewer, possibly William Napier, Glasgow circa 1760, plain with ring terminal, WN (or NM) struck three times, 31cm long, 2.45ozt £40 - £70 67. A Provincial silver toddy ladle, IPM, Fiddle Pattern, with circular bowl, 14cm long, 0.61ozt £30 - £50 68. Two George III Irish Provincial silver forks, probably Thomas Cooksey, circa 1800, King’s Hourglass Pattern, including dinner fork and dessert fork, T.C struck four times, 20.5cm long, 4.90ozt (2) £50 - £80

61. A Spanish Colonial silver miniature goblet or chalice, Andean style, the twin handled cauldron bowl incised with swagged banding, cast bird and foliate handles, on a feather and hexagonal baluster knopped stem, incised domed foot, 10.5cm high, 2.41ozt £100 - £150 62. A silver tennis ball tube, Tiffany and Co., import marks London 1997, cylindrical form etched with crossed rackets, 20.5cm long, 10.46ozt £500 - £600

56 56. An Imperial Russian silver and niello combination vesta case tinder box, FK, St Petersburg circa 1890, rounded form with flat hinged lid, engraved cyrillic monogram and knotted foliate scroll design, 5.5cm long, 0.86ozt £60 - £100

63. Gorham for the Metropolitan Museum of Art, a set of four American silver facsimile miniature tumblers, after the original made in London 1688, rounded tot form, planished, 4.5cm diameter, 3.80ozt (4) £180 - £220

69 69. An early Victorian Scottish silver basting spoon, Adam Burgess, Edinburgh 1838, Fiddle Pattern, 30cm long, 3.84ozt £110 - £140 70. A George III Scottish Provincial silver snuff mull, circa 1810, straight sided oval form with spring loaded push button lid, indistinct makers marks, 5.5cm high, 2.76ozt £200 - £250

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


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74. A George IV silver soup ladle, Thomas Wilkes Barker, London 1825, Fiddle and Thread Pattern, 33.5cm long, 8.38ozt £180 - £220

71. A George III Provincial silver twin handled cup, John Langlands, Newcastle circa 1760s, footed urn form, with everted rim and a central ribbed band, hollow S handles, 13cm high, 9.86ozt £500 - £600

75. A collection of George III and later silver condiment spoons, various makers and dates, Bright Cut, including salt and mustard, one with shell moulded bowl, 2.92ozt (9) £30 - £50 76. George III and later silver flatware, various makers and dates, including Exeter, Fiddle Pattern table and dessert forks, a pair of Old English Pattern dessert spoons, 20.5cm long, 13.47ozt (8) £120 - £180

77 77. A pair of Victorian silver salad servers, Fenton Brothers, Sheffield 1901, egg shaped bowls on naturalistic looped and bisected tendril handles, 24cm long, 4.71ozt (2) £100 - £150 72 72. A William and Mary Provincial silver beaker, Scottish or Yorkshire circa 1690, plain cylindrical form with everted rim, on a concentric moulded foot, marks of thistle, Catherine wheel, h and thistle, 9.5cm high, 5.11ozt Note: Jackson records this identical mark without the thistle as unascribed Yorkshire circa 1690; see How, G E P, 1935, Early Scottish Spoons, Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, vol.69, January 14th, p.152, for the same marks on a trefid spoon with the thistle and a possibility of a Scottish origin, the thistle being the earliest recorded example of its use. £3000 - £4000 73. Six Victorian silver egg spoons, George Adams, London various dates, including Fiddle pattern, 1848, Fiddle and Thread, 1842, Fiddle Thread and Shell, 1870, Old English Beaded, 1862, Old English Thread, 1856 and King’s Husk with Husk Heel, 1841, 12cm long, 4.65ozt (6) £20 - £30

78 78. A Victorian silver and ivory pickle fork, TH, Birmingham 1858, the three pronged arrow head trident cage, with ball knopped pushing rod, 22cm long £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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86. Two George III silver spoons, Mary and Elizabeth Sumner, London 1811 and William Chawner, London 1816, Old English Thread and Shell pattern, including salt spoon and egg spoon, 12cm long, £30 - £50 1.15ozt (2)

79 79. Five Victorian and later silver condiment spoons, various makers and dates, Onslow Pattern, including mustard and salt, some gilded, 11cm long, 1.54ozt (5) £30 - £50

87. A set of four Victorian silver egg spoons and a pair of George VI examples, John Aldwinckle and Thomas Slater, London 1886 and Goldsmiths and Silversmiths, London 1936, Old English Bright Cut Edge and Beverley Pattern, 11.5cm long, 2.91ozt (6) £30 - £50 88. A George II silver mote spoon, Richard Pargeter, London circa 1740, the honeysuckle back bowl pierced with crosshatch and foliate decoration, 12.5cm long, 0.25ozt £110 - £150

97 97. A pair of George III Old Sheffield Plate goblets, circa 1790, pedestal ovoid form, on waisted and splayed feet, gilt interiors, 17cm high (2) £120 - £180

89. A Victorian silver poultry skewer, William Comyns, London 1872, of tradition diamond section with open loop handle, 10cm long, 0.21ozt £60 - £80 90. A George II silver mote spoon, Edward Bennett, London circa 1745, the tonge and incised back bowl pierced with crosshatch tile and foliate decoration, 13cm long, 0.30ozt £110 - £150

80 80. A pair of Victorian silver berry spoons, William Hutton, London 1899/1900, Venetian Pattern, embossed, chased and crimped to the bowls, gilded, 22cm long, 5.07ozt £110 - £140 81. A pair of Edwardian novelty silver sugar tongs, Sampson Mordan and Co., Chester 1910, in the form of wishbones, with sprung arms, 8.5cm long, 0.98ozt (2) £60 - £100

91. A pair of George III sugar tongs, Hester Bateman, London circa 1780, Bright cut design with circular pads, 14cm long, 1.05ozt £50 - £80 92. A collection of George III and Victorian silver condiment spoons, various makers and dates, Old English Beaded pattern, including egg spoon, salt and mustard, 13cm long, 3.07ozt (6) £30 - £50

82. A set of seven George IV and later silver salt spoons, various makers and dates, Fiddle Thread and Shell pattern, some with shell backs, one of ladle form, 12cm long, 5.54ozt (7) £40 - £70

93. A George III silver and horn ladle, Josiah Snatt, London 1807, the boat shaped bowl with single lip, 36cm long £60 - £100

83. A pair of Victorian silver novelty sugar tongs, Henry Stuart Brown, London 1901, in the form of a wishbone, sprung to the hinge, 10.5cm long, 074ozt £50 - £80

94. Four George III and Victorian silver condiment spoon, various makers and dates, Fiddle and Shell Pattern, including salt and mustard, 14cm long, 2.34ozt (4) £30 - £50

84. A George III silver picture back and front teaspoon, George Smith III, London circa 1770, the bowl cast with a hen in farmyard, the terminal cast with spread eagle and foliage, 11.5cm long, 0.50ozt £60 - £80

95. A George III novelty Old Sheffield Plate double beaker, circa 1780, in the form of a barrel, with reeded banding, gilt £250 - £300 interior, 12.5cm high

85. A set of six Victorian silver reticulated picture front and scroll back teaspoons, Francis Higgins, London 1882, each terminal pierced and cast with a putto holding a cornucopia, 11cm long, 2.82ozt (6) £100 - £120

96. A George II silver mug, William Shaw and William Preist, London 1750, baluster form on ogee stepped foot, acanthus ear scroll handle, 10cm high, 7.14ozt £400 - £500

98 98. A George III Old Sheffield Plate sauceboat, Richard Morton (Morton and Clayton), Sheffield circa 1760, helmet form with punched beaded rim, on three shell and gadroon toes feet, open acanthus S scroll handle with scrolled tongue end, 17cm long £70 - £100

99 99. A George II Old Sheffield Plate tankard, circa 1750, banded conical form, turned wooden base and hollow S scroll handle with spade tail, 16.5cm 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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104. 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 £80 - £100 105. A George V silver plated three piece tea set, James Dixon and Sons, circa 1920, squat ovoid shouldered form with everted rim, gadrooned and cast with shell corners, each on four stepped pad feet, teapot 28.5cm long (3) £50 - £80 106. Charles Stuart Harris, London 1902, an Edwardian silver mustard pot, double ogee ovoid form, on four spherical feet, beaded and gadrooned rim and chamfered angular handle, 8.5cm high, 5.10ozt £30 - £50 107. Nathan and Hayes, Chester 1905, an Edwardian silver mustard pot, ogee moulded oval form, bright cut engraved, with reeded loop handle, urn finial, glass liner, 9cm high, 4.11ozt £20 - £30 108. Charles Perry and Co., Chester 1930, a George V silver mustard pot, straight sided ogee fluted rectangular section, with flat lid and acanthus finial, 6cm high, 4.91ozt £30 - £50

100 100. A George III silver reticulated sugar basket, Hester Bateman, London 1787, bright cut pedestal boat form, two bands of foliate scrolls, reeded swing handle and blue glass liner, 18cm high, 6.34ozt £450 - £550

109. Zachariah Barraclough and Sons, Chester 1919, a George V silver mustard pot, straight sided oval form, reeded strap handle and ogee lid with urn finial, glass liner, 8cm high, 3.16ozt £20 - £30

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101. A pair of George III Old Sheffield Plate sauce tureens, circa 1780, Neoclassical twin handled boat form, on oval pedestal feet, with beaded borders, ogee domed lids and urn finials, 26cm long (2) £180 - £220

110. A Victorian silver bottle coaster, James Woods and Sons, Birmingham 1899, reticulated with fluted gallery and chased festoons and Neoclassical quatrefoil roundels, below a gadrooned border, turned wooden base, 9.5cm diameter £70 - £100

102. A Victorian silver plated and carved ivory handled butter trowel, circa 1880, the blade engraved with foliate scrolls, lappet carved handle, in fitted velvet lined leather box, 19.5cm long £30 - £50

111. A pair of Elizabeth II silver grape scissors, A Marston and Co., Birmingham 1993, cast as fruiting vines, 16cm long, 3.35ozt £150 - £200

103. A George V silver and tortoiseshell manicure set in case, HA and Co., London 1925/26, the oval box with gilt hinged lid, containing a fitted velvet interior with various tools and a box, 16cm £100 - £200

112. A pair of William IV silver fruit eaters, William Sansom, Sheffield circa 1835, Trailing Vine pattern, the knife and fork with hollow handles, silver blades and tines, 20.5cm long (2) £50 - £80 113. A George III silver wine funnel, James Mince, London 1804, ogee strainer with reeded rim, 14.5cm high, 3.04ozt £300 - £350

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114. A George III silver wine label for Madeira, Hester Bateman, London circa 1780, crescent form, bright cut borders, suspended on a rolo chain, 4cm wide, 0.28ozt £180 - £200

117. A Victorian silver wine label for Manzanilla, Yapp and Woodward, Birmingham 1851, shaped rectangular form, engraved with the sherry variety, within an incised hobnail or rattan border, on chain, 4.5cm wide, 0.22ozt £80 - £120 118. A George III silver wine funnel, Thomas Meriton, London 1800, plain form with fluted banding, detachable strainer and spout, 14cm high, 3.36ozt £280 - £320

120 120. A George V silver mounted cut glass claret jug, Robert Pringle, London 1914, the globe body with hobnail cutting and loop handle, flat topped hinged lid, 21cm high £250 - £300

115 115. A George III Scottish Provincial silver wine label for Port, Robert Keay, Perth circa 1790, cartouche escutcheon form, chased with foliate scroll border, stamped twice, suspended on a rolo chain, 5.5cm wide, 0.37ozt £200 - £300

116 116. A George III silver wine label for White Wine, John Rich, London circa 1790, crescent form, bright cut and engraved, on rolo chain, 5cm wide, 0.31ozt £150 - £200

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119. A Victorian silver mounted glass claret jug, Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1869, tapered and angled baluster form, cut and etched with alternating bands of hobnail and egg and dart strips, the handle and neck chased with trailing vine motifs, hinged cushion lid, 28.5cm £280 - £320

121. An Elizabeth II silver mounted cut glass claret jug, F G Flavell, Birmingham 1979, the bulbous body with thistle cutting, silver S scroll handle and gadrooned rim, 23cm high £300 - £350

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122. Paul Storr, a George III silver gilt wine cooler and cover, Rundell Bridge and Rundell, London 1809, twin handled Campana urn form, cast and embossed with a central group of horses in low relief, between beaded guilloche and egg and dart borders, the handles fluted and modelled as bearded masks, the beaded and petal moulded socle above a splayed foot with berry and ribbon laurel wreath to the border, the reverse with cast roundel and inscription for Newcastle Upon Tyne Stewards 1817, the shallow ogee lid with central rosette chased with honeysuckle and lapped ring, the finial in the form of a wrythen fluted flower seed with everted petals, 38cm high, 119.6ozt £20,000 - £30,000 122 (detail) 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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124. A Queen Anne miniature silver porringer, Benjamin Bentley, London circa 1705, twin handled ogee form, reeded to the lower section below stamped rosette and dimple bands, strap S scroll handles, double makers mark, 7cm wide, 0.45ozt £350 - £400 125. A pair of Edwardian silver menu holders, Elkington and Co., Birmingham 1908, laurel wreath plates with vacant cartouches, on ogee domed bases, weighted, 5.5cm high (2) £120 - £180 126. A Victorian silver plated electrotype photo frame, probably Elkington and Co., circa 1890, modelled in relief with playing children, foliate scrolls and floral garlands, within a tongued lappet border, easel back, opening 14cm x 10cm, overall 29.5cm x 23cm £100 - £150 123 123. A George III silver brandy pan, Philip Batchelor, London 1802, waisted cylindrical form with turned fruitwood handle, 23cm long, 6.45ozt £300 - £400

127. A pair of George V silver menu holders, A Wilcox, Birmingham 1932, each with a pierced and etched hunting dog with duck, 3cm high, 1.28ozt (2) £180 - £220 128. A George V silver four piece tea set, Cooper Brothers and Sons, Sheffield 1920/21, stepped boat form with cast floral ogee rims, ebonised handles, on four foliate horn feet, including teapot, jugs and sugar bowl, teapot 33cm long, 75.91 (4) £600 - £800 129. A George I silver lidded tankard, Alice Sheene, London 1717, banded cylindrical form on stepped foot, ogee domed lid with reeded scroll thumb piece and hollow S scroll handle, 29cm high, 25.76ozt £1800 - £2200 130. A George II silver mug, Richard Gosling, London 1735, baluster form, on stepped foot, with S scroll handle, 9cm high, 5.49ozt £320 - £380

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136 136. A Victorian silver heart shaped box, Saunders and Shepherd, Birmingham 1900/1901, set with a 1901 Farthing, gadrooned band to the hinged lid, the interior gilded, 5cm, 0.90ozt £40 - £70 137. A Victorian silver chatelaine, Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company, London 1900, the open foliate scroll and trellis double cartouche with five chain suspensions and various tools, including scent bottle, envelope stamp case, silver covered 1903 calendar with turquoise set pencil, pin cushion, scissors and chased four arm penknife, hinged belt hook to the back, 32.5cm long, 7.14ozt £300 - £500 138. A Victorian silver inkwell, Nathan and Hayes, Chester 1901, in the 18th century style, the twin handled rounded and lidded pot with reeded banding and acanthus C S scroll handles, on an integrated circular dish, glass liner, 17cm diameter, 7.62ozt £300 - £350

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133. A Victorian silver beaker, Walter and John Barnard, London 1890, conical form, chased and engraved with ferns and wreaths, 9cm high, 2.74ozt £150 - £200

131 131. A Victorian silver eight piece butt marker, Wright and Davies, London 1897, plain cushioned cuboid form, with numbered bone markers, the interior gilded, 4.4cm long £550 - £600 132. A Victorian silver sovereign tube, Frederic Purnell, London 1885, plain cylindrical form, screw cap and gilt sprung feeder, 40 coin capacity, 9cm long, 2.71ozt £500 - £600

134. A large Victorian silver centrepiece epergne, Horace Woodward, London 1877, the fluted column with spherical lions mask and ring knop, supporting a central reeded sconce and etched glass dish, emanating from a reeded ovoid knop, three cast open foliate scroll and zoomorphic branches, on a domed reeded base, cast lions paw bracket feet, all on a mirrored stand, with a fitted oak case, 53cm high, weight excluding base and glass 63.25ozt £3000 - £4000 135. A pair of George V silver salt cellars, Edward Barnard and Sons, London 1934, in the George II style, cauldron form on three stepped hoof feet, gadrooned serpentine rims, gilt interiors with blue glass liners, 7cm diameter, 2.99ozt (2) £40 - £80

139. A Victorian silver dish, Sheffield 1886, oval form with embossed foliate scroll and floral rim and reeded band, vacant cartouches, 23cm long, 5.00ozt £30 - £50 140. An Edwardian novelty silver cigarette case, Henry Griffith and Son, Birmingham 1905, embossed and textured as crocodile leather, hip forming to one side, gilt interior, 8cm x 6cm, 1.54ozt £20 - £40 141. An Elizabeth II silver photo frame, Carrs of Sheffield, Sheffield 1996, plain rectangular with beaded border, velvet easel back, opening 17.5cm x 12.5cm, overall 20.5cm x 15cm £30 - £50

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142. A George V silver photo frame, W I Broadway and Co., Birmingham 1919, rectangular with relief moulded husk, laurel and ribbon borders, oak backed with easel support, opening 20.5cm x 15cm, overall 26cm x 20cm £40 - £60

151 151. A Victorian novelty silver mounted glass double cruet bottle, Hukin and Heath, Birmingham 1894, modelled as a double headed eagle, the spouts with hinged heads set with glass eyes, twin compartments for oil and vinegar, the handles as wings, 19.5cm high £300 - £500

143 143. A George II silver jug, London 1750, baluster form with ogee rim and S C scroll handle, on three trefoil footed legs, 9.5cm high, 2.35ozt £150 - £180 144. An Edwardian silver tray, Mappin and Webb, London 1908, circular with ogee rounded and fluted border, 37cm diameter, 34.15ozt £300 - £500

147 147. An Elizabeth II cast silver figure, TSH, London circa 1990, in the Art Nouveau style, modelled as a maiden holding a flower, on black marble base, 23cm high, silver weight excluding base 26.66ozt £500 - £800 148. An Edwardian silver sovereign case, Birmingham 1907, together with an Indian white metal example, each of fob watch form with chased foliate decoration, 1.39ozt (2) £30 - £50 149. An Edwardian silver soap box, Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company, London 1907, planished cuboid cushion form, with vacant cartouche, 10cm wide, 7.5cm deep, 4.5cm high, 5.25ozt £180 - £220

145 145. A George II silver mug, Richard Burcombe, London 1731, plain cylindrical baluster form, on stepped ogee foot, hollow S scroll handle, 9cm high, 7.03ozt £500 - £550 146. A pair of Victorian silver salt cellars, Martin Hall and Co., London 1875, cauldron form, on three shell and stepped pad feet, beaded borders, 6cm diameter, 2.96ozt (2) £80 - £120

150. A large Victorian silver trophy cup, Thomas Bradbury and Sons, London 1880, Neoclassical twin handled urn form, cast and chased with acanthus lappets to the lower body and pedestal foot, the angled handles with Greek guilloche and bead bands, later inscribed for the County of Oxford Army Cadet Force Challenge Cup and Athletic Cup, 6th Oxford Battalion 1947, 39.5cm high, 75.87ozt

152 152. An Edwardian novelty silver plated and glass sardine pot or ice bucket, Walker and Hall, circa 1910, the cylindrical drum body within a cast icicle and coral moulded basket, the flat lid with a polar bear and ice sheet finial, 16cm high £60 - £100

Note: 6th Oxford Battalion was the Home Guard battalion of the OBLE (Oxford & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry) £1200 - £1500

153 153. A pair of Edwardian silver novelty menu holders, Sampson Mordan, London 1903, modelled as owls, set with glass eyes, on circular bases, 3.5cm high, 1.31ozt (2) £150 - £200

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160 160. A George V silver and alligator hip flask, Frederick Asman and Co., Sheffield 1930 to 1934, the glass body half sleeved in leather, removable gilt lined beaker and bayonet cap, 15.5cm long £180 - £220

154 154. A Victorian silver novelty table lighter, William Graeme, London 1883, realistically modelled as a lizard, the body embossed and chased, with a flame wick tongue, the Antelope antler tail with silver tip, 46cm long £1200 - £1800

161. A George V silver penknife, Asprey and Co., Sheffield 1931, together with an Edwardian cigar cutter and a Victorian silver vesta case, Birmingham 1899, 9.5cm long (3) £30 - £50

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155. A George V novelty silver cigar table lighter, Birmingham 1911, modelled as a Toby jug with handle, weighted, 7cm high £300 - £400

158. A George V silver Havdalah spice tower, Moshe Rubin, London 1926, the double gourd body with four bells and four cast eagles, on a knopped baluster stem and stepped foot, surmounted by a conical steeple with ball and articulated flag, 28.5cm high, 5.04ozt £500 - £600

162. A Victorian silver miniature chair, John Smith, London 1898, modelled as Shakespeare’s armchair, German marks, 6cm high, 1.37ozt £80 - £120

156. A George V silver, rose gold and enamelled cigarette case, John Collard Vickery, London 1911, plain form with painted champleve enamel horse and rider, Intrigue II, flush set button and hinge, gilt interior, 10.5cm x 8.5cm, 5.42ozt £400 - £450 157. An Elizabeth II silver tooth box, Ari Norman, London 2000, circular with hinged lid and cast figure of a pig, within chased border, 3.5cm diameter, 0.63ozt £40 - £60

159. A Victorian silver snuff box, Charles Rawlings and William Summers, London 1845, waisted cuboid form, etched and engraved with landscape vignettes within Mannerist scroll cartouches, the lid cast in relief with a border of flowering foliage, gilt interior, 9cm long, 7.12ozt £600 - £700

163. A Victorian silver mug, George Unite, Birmingham 1859, footed ribbed baluster form, circular medallions embossed to each side, chased foliate scroll and floral decoration, S C scroll handle, 11.5cm high, 5.05ozt £220 - £250 164. A William IV silver mug, Charles Fox, London 1831, footed Campana form, embossed and chased with leaves to the body and foot, cast acanthus and bud S scroll handle, gilt interior, 10cm high, 4.18ozt £260 - £280

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165. A Victorian silver goblet, Thomas Smily, London 1868, the rounded bowl etched and chased with Greek key band, on a bead knopped stem and splayed foot, 16cm high, 4.31ozt £200 - £250

166 166. A Victorian silver novelty pin cushion, Birmingham 1890, in the form of a shoe, with ribbon bow, purple velvet fabric, 11cm long £160 - £180 167. A George III silver kettle on stand, John Emes, London 1806, the half reeded ovoid body with fluted spout and tap, on a four legged base of fluted pilaster and lions paw feet with rings, the reeded burner within a gadrooned support suspended on scrolled bracket arms, the handle cast in the form of entwined serpents with turned wooden midsection, 38cm high, 100.31ozt £2500 - £3000 168. A George III silver teapot on stand, J E Terrey and Co., London 1817, squat ovoid form, half reeded, with everted rim, cast foliate and gadrooned rim, fruitwood handle and finial, the oval stand similarly decorated, on four winged lions paw bracket feet, 31cm long, 35.61ozt £850 - £950

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169. A pair of Iona style silver candlesticks, Hardy Brothers, Birmingham 1965, the stepped conical bases with Celtic knot and zoomorphic cast baluster knops, supporting rounded bowl sconces, 9.5cm high, 7.60ozt (2) £180 - £220 170. A George V silver photo frame, Mappin and Webb, London 1920, rectangular with engine turned pinstripe design, opening 17.5cm x 11.5cm, overall 21cm x 15cm £40 - £70 171. Three small Elizabeth II silver photo frames, various makers and dates, plain oval and circular, opening 9cm x 6.5cm, 5.5cm diameter and 6cm x 4cm, overall 11.5cm x 9cm (3) £40 - £70

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172. A Victorian silver photo frame, Deakin and Francis, Birmingham 1898, embossed and reticulated floral and foliate scroll design backed in leather, easel back, opening 14cm x 10cm, overall 18cm x 13cm £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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182 182. A George III silver bowl, William Elliott, London 1817, squat Campana form, reeded, with a wide everted rim, cast in relief and pierced with fruiting grape vine, within an egg and dart border, £800 - £900 25.5cm diameter, 29.83ozt

173 173. A pair of Elizabeth II large cast silver candlesticks, C J Vander, Sheffield 1996, in the Queen Anne style, square section inverse baluster form, on stepped square chamfered bases, 28.5cm high, 97.00ozt (2) £2000 - £2200 174. A pair of Victorian silver salt cellars, Charles Stuart Harris, London 1881, Neoclassical oval section pedestal urn form, on rectangular bases, reeded band with egg and dart borders, retailed by Lambert, 6cm high, 10cm long, 7.76ozt (2) £220 - £250 175. A Victorian silver vesta case, Sampson Mordan, London 1885, plain form with flat hinged lid and rounded sides, gilt interior, 4cm high, 0.44ozt £50 - £80 176. A Victorian silver and porcelain handled butter trowel, Saunders and Shepherd, London 1886, Crown Derby Imari handle, 15.5cm long £120 - £150

183 183. A Queen Anne or George I silver snuff box, John Swann, London circa 1714, rectangular section with ogee moulded borders, gilt interior, single makers mark, 5cm x 3.5cm, 1.22ozt £200 - £300

177. A Victorian silver Bosun’s whistle, George Unite, Birmingham 1873, embossed Royal Navy emblems, tooled bright cut geometric panels, 9cm long, 0.42ozt £240 - £280 178. A pair of Victorian silver salt cellars, George John Richards and Edward Charles Brown, London 1858, squat ovoid form on three stepped pad feet, 8cm diameter, 4.55o £120 - £180 179. A Victorian silver goblet, Frederick Elkington and Co., London 1864, Neoclassical form, the rim modelled in relief with scenes from the Elgin Marbles frieze, above reed and dart border, on bead knopped and stepped stem and foot, gilt interior, 17.5cm high, 5.77ozt £290 - £320 180. A Victorian silver and Scottish hardstone set novelty pin cushion, apparently unmarked, in the form of a shoe, chased and engraved foliate decoration, 8.5cm long £250 - £280 181. Ancient Order of Foresters, a Victorian silver sash badge, Hilliard and Thomason, Birmingham 1858, eight pointed, embossed with the stag’s head shield and bugle crest, with oak leaf wreath and acanthus points, 9cm diameter, 0.75ozt £100 - £120

184 184. A George II silver gilt sugar box, Samuel Taylor, London 1751, pedestal ogee form, embossed and chased with Rococo scrolls, flowers and feathered bands, the finial in the form of a closed bud, 16cm high, 13.23ozt £650 - £800

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185. A George V novelty silver pin cushion, Adie and Lovekin Ltd., Birmingham 1914, modelled as a frog, 6cm long £300 - £400

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186. An Edwardian novelty silver pepper pot, Johnson, Walker and Tolhurst, London 1908, modelled as a goats head family crest on wreath base, 6.5cm high, 1.69ozt £400 - £500 187. A George V silver letter opener ruler, Drew and Sons, London 1919, tapered point and edge, engraved with 12 inch markers, 30.5cm long, 2.48ozt £150 - £200 188. A George V silver cigar box, Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company, London 1918, cushioned cuboid form, the lid engine turned barley stripe and bordered design, 17.5cm long, 12.5cm deep, 6cm high £180 - £250

189. A pair of Victorian silver salt cellars, Beare Falcke, London 1866, cauldron form, embossed with floral garlands and scroll cartouches, on stepped knee and pad feet, beaded rims, blue glass liners, 5.5cm diameter, 2.42ozt (2) £100 - £150 190. Paul Storr, a William IV silver teapot, Storr and Mortimer, London 1831, melon form, realistically moulded and cast with oak branch and leaf spout, lobed spherical form, on a leafy vine base, the lid as a foliate pad with bud finial, 23cm long, 18.19ozt £3000 - £3500 191. A George II silver waiter or small salver, Thomas Nash I, London 1759, plain circular form, banded border, on three fluted bracket feet, 18cm diameter, 7.90ozt £220 - £250

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192. A pair of Victorian silver menu holders, Samuel Jacob, London 1899, cast in relief with figures and dogs hunting a bear, 7.5cm long, 1.65ozt (2) £200 - £250

194. A Victorian silver novelty scent bottle, Saunders and Shepherd, Chester 1890, in the form of a lifebuoy, with applied ropetwist straps, suspended on a double chain, with screw cap, 6cm, 0.72ozt £320 - £380 195. A William IV silver students lamp, Creswick and Co., Sheffield 1837, the circular ogee stepped base with floral ribbon and reed borders, supporting a square section stem with adjustable arm supports, one with two S shaped reeded branches, surmounted by a ring handle, weighted, 62cm high Note: engraved with the crest of Thomas Cholmondeley, 1st Baron Delamere £1000 - £1200

193 193. A cased pair of Victorian silver and mother of pearl handled folding fruit eaters, Martin Hall and Co. and Hillard and Thomason, Sheffield 1859 and 1871, the shaped handled carved with foliated tendrils, the tines and blade of the fork and knife chased and engraved with foliate scrolls, 16.5cm long open, 9.5cm closed, in fitted velvet lined Moroccan leather case £350 - £380

196. A pair of George III silver salvers, Thomas Hannam, London 1765, circular with ogee gadrooned and fluted borders, each on three acanthus scroll feet, 41cm diameter, 112.52ozt (2) £3200 - £3500

197 197. A George V silver and leather dog collar, Horton and Allday, Birmingham 1912, modelled as a belt with embossed bead studs, crimped edges, with lead attachment, five adjustable notches, 7.5cm to 9.5cm diameter, 2cm wide £500 - £600 198. An 18th century high carat gold baby’s teether rattle, circa 1730, with tapered octagonal section whistle, engraved with geometric foliate bands, four pierced open S scroll brackets supporting spherical bells, mounted on a mother of pearl teething handle, 14.5cm long, gold weight excluding handle 23.2g £2000 - £2500 199. Van Cleef and Arpels, New York, an 18 carat gold pill box, cuboid form, embossed rattan effect, hinged lid, signed and number 14111, 4cm wide, 3cm deep, 1cm high, 35.2g £2000 - £2200

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200. George V silver and enamelled dressing table items, Adie Brothers, Birmingham 1932, including cuboid cigarette box, Webb Corbett cut glass jar with hinged lid and a hand mirror, all with blue guilloche enamel, mirror 28cm long, box 11cm x 9cm x 4cm, box weight 7.87ozt (3) £100 - £200

204 204. A George V silver gilt and enamelled box, Adolph Philip Krieger, London import 1913, circular form, pale blue guilloche enamel with white concentric bands, the base engine turned, 8.5cm diameter, 6.48ozt £850 - £950

202. A George VI silver and enamelled cigarette case, Birmingham 1936, rectangular cushioned with green guilloche enamel fan and barley turned decoration, basse taille foliate scrolls to the corners, gilt interior, 8cm x 7.5cm, 3.63ozt £200 - £250

208. An American Japonesque silver and mixed metal pin dish, Whiting Manufacturing Company, New York circa 1880, planished circular form with applied aquatic animals in an etched foliate ground, including fish, crab and eel, 7.5cm diameter, 1.08ozt £60 - £100 209. 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) £30 - £50

201 201. A Victorian silver gilt and enamelled double scent bottle vinaigrette, Henry William Dee, London 1870, retailed by W J Thomas, Old Bond Street, reticulated and chased foliate trellis and scroll designs over blue guilloche enamel, between chased Gothic trefoil and Japonesque bands, in the Aesthetic Revivalist style, the central hinged section opening to reveal a further hinged vinaigrette, each main vessel with a spherical cap, on sprung hinged, the other screw fitting, 13cm long £600 - £800

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205 205. An Austrian silver gilt and enamelled pill box, probably Rudolf Steiner, import marks P H Vogel, London 1929, circular form with blue guilloche enamel to the hinged lid and sides, 3cm diameter, 0.43ozt £50 - £80 206. An Austrian silver and enamelled snuff box, import marks Saunders and Shepherd, London 1911, oval form, the lid with painted and guilloche enamel, the cream centre with rose garland scroll, within a gilt overlaid lilac border, 5.5cm long, 1.34ozt £380 - £420

210 210. An Aesthetic Movement silver plated pint mug, circa 1870, cylindrical on stepped foot, hand chased and engraved with Japonesque geometric bands, a paddle fan and bamboo sprigs, 13cm high £100 - £120

203 203. An Art Deco silver and enamelled page turner handle or sleeve pouch, Cohen and Charles, London 1925, rectangular with pale blue guilloche enamel, 10.5cm long, 1.58ozt £150 - £200

207 207. David Andersen, a Norwegian silver gilt and enamelled ladle, circa 1900, the handle with foliate scroll beaded cloisonne enamel in turquoise, with ropetwist and milled detailing, 14.5cm long, 0.84ozt £80 - £120

211 211. W A S Benson, an Arts and Crafts silver plated tray, circa 1900, rectangular, planished with undulated handles and everted rim, stamped marks, 36cm x 60cm £40 - £70

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213 213. Archibald Knox for Liberty and Co., an Arts and Crafts Cymric silver bowl, Birmingham 1902, squat amphora form on three C loop feet, embossed to the rim with Celtic knot motifs, 18cm diameter, 10cm high, 14.90ozt £2000 - £2200

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214. A French Art Nouveau silver and gilt tea strainer, Charles Forgelot, Paris circa 1905, the circular ogee body embossed and chased with sinuous tendril and leafy berried fronds, pierced with a central flower within a ring of crosshatch stars, realistically cast trefoil rest and turned fruitwood handle, 15cm long, 1.24ozt £60 - £100

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215 215. Arthur Stanfield Dixon for Birmingham Guild of Handicraft, an Arts and Crafts silver inkwell, Birmingham 1900, splayed cuboid form, planished with ogee domed and ball knopped finial, glass liner, double hook pen rest, 7.5cm square, 7cm high, 5.82ozt £700 - £1000

217. Archibald Knox for Liberty and Co., an Arts and Crafts silver and enamelled caddy spoon, Birmingham 1913, planished with egg form bowl, the serpentine edged handle with a Celtic knot band in blue and green champleve enamel, 9.5cm long, 0.87ozt £800 - £1000

218 218. A Jugendstil silver plated cigar box, circa 1900, cuboid form, embossed with stylised trees and sinuous foliate tendrils around a central scroll boss, cedar lined, 15.5cm wide, 7cm high, 9.5cm deep £120 - £180 219. An Arts and Crafts silver and walnut clock case, W J Myatt and Co., Chester 1908, the stylised ogee tulip form case embossed in the Art Nouveau style with sinuous tendrils and lily of the valley, 35.5cm high £80 - £120

220 216 216. Archibald Knox for Liberty and Co., an Arts and Crafts silver egg stand or cruet, Birmingham 1900, the circular planished body on four stepped pad feet, the central stem with four tendril loop supports and an open Celtic knot handle, 18.5cm high, 9.21ozt £400 - £600

220. A Secessionist silver plate, tortoiseshell and lacquer jewel box, circa 1910, cylindrical drum form, the domed lid with central embossed Glasgow style rose within black lacquer and a border of tortoiseshell, the body relief moulded with geometric stepped fluting, the interior lined in velvet, 8.5cm diameter, 4.5cm high Note: reminiscent of the designs of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Hoffmann and Hans Christiansen, the geometric rose motif was one of the most popular symbols of the Secessionist and Glasgow School movements in Austria and Britain at the turn of the 20th century. £80 - £120

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224. Edward Spencer for the Artificers Guild, an Arts and Crafts silver plated tea caddy, circa 1915, planished, twin handled barrel form, with stylised laurel and bead borders, the handles and finial cast and reticulated with grape vine and rose tree motifs, stamped marks 2022, 18.5cm high £350 - £450

221 221. An Arts and Crafts silver pedestal bowl, Joseph Rodgers, Sheffield 1907, the ogee rimmed bowl with three sinuous tendril and whiplash handles, bisected and terminating in trefoil pads to the splayed and stepped base, 18cm high, 25cm diameter, 30.18ozt £500 - £800 225 222. An Arts and Crafts silver twin handled bowl, Carrington and Co., London 1910, footed ovoid form, with angled handles, etched with stylised foliate scroll tendrils, 26.5cm long, 18.64ozt £500 - £800

225. Edward Spencer for the Artificers Guild, an Arts and Crafts silver plated bowl, circa 1915, the planished hemispherical body with two bands of punched ring decoration, on a splayed conical foot, with wire bordered panels and applied double chain link ring, stamped marks 3180, 21cm diameter £100 - £200 226. Bernard Instone, a matched set of six Arts and Crafts style silver and enamelled coffee spoons, Birmingham 1924 and 1957, step shouldered and pointed bowls, planished to the back, the terminals with champleve Celtic knot and floral enamel terminals, two sets of three, 10cm long, 2.89ozt (6) £100 - £200

223 223. Bernard Cuzner for Liberty and Co., an Arts and Crafts silver teapot, William Hair Haseler, Birmingham 1913, model 5859, pedestal cup form incised, planished and incised with stylised floral and crescent bands, 26cm long, 17.17ozt £500 - £800

227 227. Carl Gustaf Hjulstrom, an Art Deco Swedish silver vase, Stockholm 1926, footed trumpet form, planished and incised with stylised cloud and shell motifs to the foot and lower body, 18cm high, 14.53ozt £300 - £400

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228 228. Johan Rohde for Georg Jensen, a Danish Secessionist silver and enamelled Konge or Acorn salt cellar, model 62, designed circa 1915, of shouldered porringer form, blue enamel to the interior, 6cm long, 0.75ozt £80 - £120 229. Christian Fjerdingstad for Christofle, an Art Deco Gallia silver plated Swan sauce boat, circa 1930, model 0422, footed oval form with flat angular handle and wave foot rim, stamped marks, 20cm long £50 - £80

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230. An Art Deco silver plated Tells You How, recipe cocktail shaker, Napier, circa 1930s, the double cased conical body with 15 recipes in red enamel, six stepped window to the outer body, 28cm high £500 - £600

232. Keith Murray for Mappin and Webb, an Art Deco style silver mustard pot, designed circa 1933, hallmarks for Sheffield 1959, conical form with stepped lid and incised concentric rings, angled handle, 6.5cm high, 8.5cm long, 3.62ozt

233. Erik Herlow for Anton Michelsen, a pair of Danish Modernist silver dishes, circa 1950s, Paisley or comma form, 14cm long, 7.85ozt (2) £250 - £300

231. J A Henckels, Zwilling, Solingen, an Art Deco silver plated novelty Zeppelin cocktail shaker, circa 1930s, the torpedo form body with screw cap and base, containing flask, beakers and strainer, four spoons within the fin compartment, marked DRGM, 31.5cm high £1000 - £1500

Note: a well known Murray design, most commonly produced in silver plate, the design continued to be manufactured by the original company in solid silver through the 1940s and 50s. £60 - £100

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234 234. Georg Nilsson for Gerofabriek, a Dutch Modernist silver plated bowl and jug, circa 1950, flared triangular form on cylindrical feet, stamped marks Gero, jug 10.5cm long (2)

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Note: Danish designer Georg Nilsson (1888-1975) studied with Georg Jensen in Copenhagen, before becoming chief designer at the Gero factory after 1925, first in Denmark and then in Zeist, Holland, where this design was produced. £30 - £50 235. David Mellor for Walker and Hall, a Modernist silver Pride pattern three piece tea set and sugar tongs, Sheffield 1959 to 1962, including teapot, sugar bowl, jug and a pair of sugar tongs, leather handle, 45.3ozt (4) £1000 - £1200 236. Eric Clements for Elkington and Co., a Modernist silver four piece tea set, Sheffield 1964, baluster form the teapot and water jug with ebonised open C scroll handles and ball finials, 20.5cm high, 59.40ozt (4) £1400 - £1600

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237. Gerald Benney, a Modernist silver dish, London 1972, cuboid form, bark textured sides, with cushioned opening to the top, 11cm long, 8.5cm wide, 3.5cm high, 8.12ozt £400 - £500 238. Stuart Devlin, a matched set of twelve Modernist silver and parcel gilt champagne flutes, London 1977 to 1980, the plain conical bowls on rusticated slender stems and plain feet, 22.5cm high, 77.37ozt (12) £4000 - £5000

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239. An Italian silver novelty table lighter, Brandimarte di Guscelli, Florence, circa 1960s, in the form of a golf ball, 8cm diameter, weight excluding lighter 3.51ozt £100 - £150

240. Ola M Gorie, a Scottish Iona style silver letter opener, Orkney, assay Edinburgh 1985, the open terminal with Pictish figure and zoomorphic Celtic scrolls, rusticated and polished, below ropework frieze, 13.5cm long, 0.43ozt £80 - £120

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241. Rod Kelly, a Modernist engraved silver beaker, London 1997, rounded tot form, planished and decorated with theatrical masks, feathers and curtains, gilt interior and original box, inscribed Barclays Theatre Awards, 8cm high, 4.54ozt £1500 - £1800

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JEWELLERY AND WATCHES 242. A 9 carat gold and bloodstone swivel fob, chased to the closed back, on rigid chain hoop fitting, 6.5cm long, 10.5g £60 - £100

245. A Victorian gold and seed pearl ring, the 4cm diameter central pearl within floral setting and pearl studded frame, approx size J 1/2, 6.4g £40 - £70

243. A 19th century gold and carved coral brooch, together with a carved drop pendant, 4cm long (2) £30 - £50

246. Two Chinese silver gilt and enamelled articulated fish pendants, rope work cloisonne polychrome enamel fins and scales, 5cm long (2) £40 - £60

255. An 18ct gold diamond single-stone ring, together with two 9ct gold signet rings £200 - £300

247. Two silver and gilt enamelled novelty Egyptian revival pendant lockets, circa 1920s, modelled as sarcophagi opening to reveal decorated interiors, one stamped sterling, 4cm long (2) £40 - £70 248. A set of three late Victorian gold and old cut diamond shirt studs, with ropetwist and beaded bands in the Revivalist style, 7mm diameter, 2.9g £60 - £100 244 244. A pair of late Victorian jet and conch shell cameo earrings, oval pink and white opposing bust portraits, in foliate drop surrounds and articulated links, 5cm long (2) £40 - £70

249. A 9 carat gold lock and heavy chain link bracelet, 19cm long, 63g £300 - £400 250. Two 9 carat gold and gem set rings, including smoky quartz and pearl, size K and M, 10.1g (2) £30 - £50 251. Two 9 carat gold medal fobs or pendants, 4cm long, 15.1g £120 - £180 252. Two Chinese silver and hardstone necklaces, one with charm style pendants including lotus flowers and turquoise peaches, russet jade ring and fish bell, 62cm long (2) £40 - £70 253. Four pairs of 9ct gold gem-set earrings and a cameo brooch £100 - £150 254. Four 9ct gold gem-set rings £150 - £200

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265. Two pairs of gold earrings, including Edwardian seed pearl and turquoise drop earrings and sapphire and diamond cluster, £40 - £60

271. Charles Horner, a pair of Arts and Crafts silver hat pins, Chester 1909, each in the form of a spherical ended knotted open ribbon, the heads 4cm long (2) £50 - £80

266. 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 £800 - £1200

274. Charles Fleetwood Varley for Liberty and Co., an Arts and Crafts silver and enamelled pin badge, Birmingham 1911, the shield form plaque with central roundel of a flower in in green metallic and blue enamel, flanked by foliate tendrils and raised inscription Love Never Faileth, suspended on two chains on an open scroll bar brooch, 6cm, 22.6g £100 - £150 275. Kalo Shop, a pair of American Arts and Crafts silver and amethyst cufflinks, Chicago circa 1920, the cut teardrop stones within channelled shield cartouche with curved bar and oval bead ends, 2cm (2) £50 - £80

267. A 9 carat gold and cameo set ring, in the revivalist style, approx size K £30 - £50

272 272. Guild of Handicraft (attributed), an Arts and Crafts silver and enamelled pendant, circa 1905, the circular plaque with three tulips, highlighted in gilt, on a turquoise enamel ground, suspended from two chains, 2.5cm diameter, 6cm long £50 - £80

276. An Arts and Crafts silver mounted Ruskin cabochon brooch, oval form with bead and floral headed open strap frame, stamped mark, 6cm long £20 - £30 277. William Mark, an Arts and Crafts silver and enamelled brooch, Chipping Campden, circa 1912, the fire opal enamel cabochon within a pierced lappet border, stamped marks, 3.5cm diameter Note: Australian silversmith William Mark worked at the Guild of Handicraft from 1909, before setting up on his own and remaining in the Cotswolds until his return to Australia in 1920. The influence of his Australian heritage is seen in the simulation of a black opal, emerging out of Australia in the late 19th century. £100 - £200

268 268. A Revivalist yellow metal and carved carnelian ring, in the style of Castellani, the central stone modelled in relief as a Roman bust in profile, within an oval ropetwist setting with double rope band, approx size J, 2.9g £60 - £100 273 273. Archibald Knox for Liberty and Co., an Arts and Crafts amethyst and gold brooch, the central cabochon within an open knotted tendril in the Celtic style, 3cm long, 2.1g £100 - £150

278. Sybil Dunlop (attributed), an Arts and Crafts silver and amethyst chain brooch, circa 1910, the two brooches with oval stones flanked by open foliate scrolls and bead, united by a knotted rose and twist link chain, each brooch 3cm long, 14.5cm long, 7.4g £60 - £100 279. Theodor Fahrner, a Jugendstil silver and enamelled brooch, crimped oval form with central bouquet of roses in purple and green champleve enamel, within white and black borders, 4.5cm long, 7.7g £80 - £120

269 269. David Andersen, a Norwegian silver and parcel gilt buckle, Christiania, 1886, heart shaped filigree scroll and tooled rosette studded decoration with ropetwist bands, 10cm long, 29.7g £40 - £70 270. Charles Horner, an Arts and Crafts silver brooch, Chester 1909, open knotted ribbon with spherical terminal, 4cm long, 3.6g £20 - £40

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280. A Jugendstil lapis lazuli and silver brooch, the oval cabochon within an open chased fruiting vine and ropetwist border, stamped Germany Sterling, together with another within a heart claw setting, 4cm and 2cm (2) £20 - £40

287. Rotary, an automatic gents wrist watch, stainless steel with calendar week and date window, 4.3cm wide £30 - £50 288. A 9 carat gold ladies wrist watch, circa 1920, white enamelled dial with Roman numerals, on leather rope strap, 3cm diameter £40 - £70

281. An Edwardian silver and enamelled pendant, J and R Griffin, Chester 1904, six pointed star with alternating blue, red and white guilloche and champleve enamel points, around an open circular centre, 6.5cm long, 10.4g £20 - £40

284 284. Malcolm Gray for Ortak Silvercraft, a Scottish silver and pearl brooch, Edinburgh 1992, in the Art Nouveau style, open foliate tendril and poppy with single Baroque pearl drop, 6cm long, 7.6g £20 - £40

282 282. Hroar Prydz, a Norwegian silver gilt and enamelled butterfly brooch, basse taille engraved and realistically decorated in blue, white and black enamel, stamped S925, 5cm long, 6.7g £40 - £70

289 289. Rotary, a 9 carat gold automatic wrist watch, silvered dial, date window, 21 jewel, on leather strap, 3.4cm diameter £50 - £100 285 285. A Mexican Modernist silver and lapis lazuli brooch, Taxco, import marks London1995, oval, textured and set with a cabochon stone, asymmetrical bead and wire overlay with pierced crescent, stamped marks TC-49, 5cm long, 7.6g £30 - £40 286. A 9 carat gold watch on nurse’s pin brooch, rectangular with silvered dial, on a black rope suspension, 6cm long £40 - £70

283 283. A Secessionist style silver and enamelled necklace, the circular pendant, planished and set with a central cabochon of textured enamels, supporting a further drop suspended on a single chain, stamped WSG, chain 43cm long, pendant 5.5cm £30 - £50

290. Two 9 carat gold ladies wrist watches, one with square chamfered case, engine turned dials, each on metal straps, 2.1cm square (2) £50 - £80 291. Trebex, a 9 carat gold wrist watch, square with chamfered corners, black dial and arabic numerals with subsidiary seconds dial, nonmagnetic, manual wind, 2.6cm wide £40 - £60 292. Waltham, a 9 carat gold manual wind gents wrist watch, circa 1919, black dial with gilt Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, 3.3cm diameter £40 - £60 293. Novoris, a stainless steel wrist watch, 1930s, manual wind, shaped rectangular with subsidiary seconds dial and Arabic numerals, 2.4cm wide £20 - £40 294. Waltham, a 9 carat gold manual wind gents wrist watch, gilt dial with red arrow sweep second hand, 3.3cm diameter £40 - £60

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295. A silver and enamelled fob watch, the purple guilloche and gold painted enamel back with silver stars, engine turned dial with Arabic numerals, 3cm diameter £30 - £50 296. Alfred Dunhill, a New Dunhill lift arm lighter, silver plated, circa 1930s, 5.5cm high £100 - £150 297. Four gold plated and enamelled novelty Egyptian revival propelling pencils, circa 1920s, modelled as sarcophagi with retractable mechanisms, 5.5cm long (4) £80 - £120 298. A collection of silver pencils and a yellow metal propelling pencil, Victorian and later, including bloodstone and hardstone set, Art Deco Yard O Led style, together with a Schnellhobler Kloop lighter, 12cm long (6) £20 - £40

299. An Elizabeth II silver gilt and enamelled Masonic Founder badge, London 1960, Nore Light Lodge No 35, painted with ship and Masonic emblems on a tiled floor, between cast columns, blue ribbon, 10cm long, 1.02ozt £30 - £50 300. Quain, Jones (1796-1865) and William James Erasmus Wilson (1809-1884), A Series of Anatomical Plates volumes I and II, comprising: The Bones, Ligaments, Muscles, and Viscera of the Human Body, and Containing The Vessels and Nerves of the Human Body, London: Taylor and Walton, 1836- 1837, containing over 200 lithographic plates, note: similar sold Christie’s 2007 $2,750 £200 - £400 301. Jonathan Shaw (b.1959), Indigo Skies 1, limited edition print 13/15, 64cm x 48cm, framed £50 - £70

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302. Hovsep Pushman (1877-1966), The Golden Scriptures, published for Frost & Reed 1965, signed in pencil & blindstamped, 60cm x 62cm, framed £250 - £350

307. Frank Brangwyn (1867-1956), The Retreat from Antwerp, lithograph, signed in pencil, 75cm x 72cm, framed £200 - £400

303. Michael Ward (1929-2011), Photograph of Dirk Bogarde and Olivia De Havilland, 1959, signed in pen with blind stamp, 24cm x 34cm, framed, note: taken during filming of Libel £40 - £60

308. Helgar Thomson (20th century), Coral Sea, limited edition etching 76/86, signed in pencil, 20cm x 20cm, framed £40 - £60 309. Francis Kelly (1927-2012), Stretch, limited edition etching 26/50, signed, 38cm x 52cm, framed £100 - £150

304. Attributed to Eugene Atget (1857-1927), Photograph of the Parc De Sceaux, Paris, 23cm x 17.5cm, framed £60 - £80

310. Francis Kelly (1927-2012), Feline, limited edition etching 6/50, signed, 42cm x 52cm, framed £100 - £150

305. Gerald Kelly (1879-1972), Princess Saw Ohn Nyun, print published for Frost & Reed 1960, signed in pencil, 64cm x 51cm, framed 70 - £90

311. Andre Minaux (French, 1923-1986), Portrait de Femme, colour lithograph, signed and numbered artist’s proof 16 of 40, 82cm x 60cm, framed £80 - £120

306. Gerald Kelly (1879-1972), Saw Ohn Nyun, print published for Frost & Reed 1960, signed in pencil, 64cm x 51cm, framed £70 - £90

312. Andre Minaux (French, 1923-1986), Portrait de Femme, with tree, colour lithograph, signed and numbered artist’s proof 13 of 20, 73cm x 51cm, framed £80 - £120

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313 313. Indian School (19th century), Camel Study, watercolour, 21cm x 27cm, framed £2000 - £3000 314. English School (19th century), Hagia Sophia from the Bosphorus at Dusk, Constantinople Ottoman Empire, watercolour, signed, 20cm x 32cm, framed £80 - £120 315. David Bates (1840-1921), Village Life, watercolour, signed, 25cm x 48cm, framed £60 - £80 316. Bernard Foster (19th Century), Spring, and Autumn, two watercolours, a pair, signed, 18cm x 25cm, framed (2) £50 - £80

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317. British School (early 20th century), Portrait of a Child Reading, possibly Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon (Queen Mother), pastel portrait, signed Elizabeth 1913, 75cm x 56cm, framed £80 - £120 318. George Bryant Campion (1795–1870), Symonds Yat, Wye Valley, watercolour, signed, 24cm x 39cm, framed £150 - £200 319. David Cox (1783-1859), Going to Hayfield, watercolour, signed and dated 1847, 20cm x 29cm, framed, note: label on verso from Timmins Collection £150 - £250

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320. English School (19th century), Trent, Venice and Amalfi, three Grand Tour studies, watercolour, largest 20cm x 28cm, framed (3) £300 - £500

326. English School (early 19th century), Dover Castle, watercolour, 7cm x 12cm, framed £30 - £50 327. James McBain (19th/20th century), Boat at Sunset, watercolour, 24cm x 34cm, framed £40 - £60 328. B. Trenlow (early 20th century), Seated Ballerina, pastel, signed and dated July 9th 1915, 33cm x 23cm, framed £20 - £30 329. Ronald Ossory Dunlop RA (1894-1973), Seated Group, pencil & crayon, signed, 11cm x 12cm, framed £50 - £70 330. Anthony Baynes (1921-2003), Shells, watercolour, signed, 20cm x 25cm, framed £40 - £60 331. African School (20th century), Mother & Child, watercolour, indistinctly signed, 49cm x 20cm, framed £40 - £60

321 321. Alfred Pollentine (1836-1890), Venice View, watercolour, signed and dated 80, 60cm x 95cm, framed £600 - £800 322. Attributed to Sir James Thornhill (1675-1734), Adoration of the Magi, ink drawing, 30cm x 17cm, unframed £50 - £100 323. Attributed to Edwin Dalton Smith (1800-1866), Earl Nelson, miniature watercolour on ivorine, dated 1846 on verso, 10cm high, framed £50 - £70 324. Three French 19th century watercolours, depicting historical women including Beatrice of Burgundy, Isabeau of Bavaria and another, 35cm x 28cm, framed (3) £100 - £150

332. Tom Pomfret (1920-1997), Sartène Corsica, mixed media, signed and dated 1973, 47cm x 63cm, framed £100 - £150 333. Jacqueline Turner (b.1959), Inner Harbour, St Peter Port Guernsey, mixed media, signed, 40cm x 50cm, framed £140 - £180 334. Geoffrey Lee (20th century), The Gardens, Malvern, pastel, monogrammed, 23cm x 20cm, framed £20 - £30 335. Gunnar Berglund (1906-1992), Tree in Landscape, watercolour, signed, 14cm x 18cm, framed £20 - £30 336. Olga Davenport (1915-2008), Landscape, watercolour, 1967, label verso, 17cm x 25cm, framed Provenance: Piccadilly Gallery, London, 1969

325 325. Attributed to Fred G Nash (19th century), Portrait of a Gentleman, miniature watercolour/gouache, dated 1825 on verso, 11cm x 8cm, framed £50 - £70

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337 337. Dame Laura Knight RA (1877-1970), Circus Performers, pencil drawing, signed, 23cm x 29cm, framed £100 - £200

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338 338. Anglo Indian School (19th century), Portrait of a Maharaja, possibly by Benjamin Hudson, half-length, dressed in paisley shawl and white turban, oil on canvas, 73cm by 62cm, framed £6000 - £8000 339. English School (18th century), Farmhand with Livestock, together the Three Seated Figures, two oil on leather fragments, largest 42cm x 50cm, unframed (2) £40 - £60 340. English School (18th century), Farmyard Scene with Ducks and Poultry, two oil on leather fragments, each approx 45cm x 50cm, unframed (2) £40 - £60 341. English School (19th century), Portraits of a Lord and Lady, a pair of oils on canvas, signed F. Pratt and dated Oct 1857, 51cm x 61cm, slip frame (2) £50 - £70

342 342. English School (19th century), Floundering Vessel, oil on board, 24cm x 36cm, framed £100 - £150

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343. A 19th century Russian icon of Virgin and child, oil on board, 34cm x 30cm, framed £400 - £600 344. William Rayworth (1852-1908), Dahlias, oil on porcelain plaque, signed, 44cm x 19cm, framed £40 - £60

349. Continental School (late 19th century), La Alhambra Grenada, Spain, oil on panel, signed, 52cm x 44cm, carved Arabic Quranic calligraphy frame £200 - £300 350. Orientalist School, (20th Century), An Elders Blessing, oil on canvas, unsigned, 44cm x 73cm, framed £1000 - £1500

345 345. John Alfred Wheeler (1821–1903), The Old Gray Pony, oil on panel, monogrammed, 30cm x 46cm, framed £350 - £450 346. English School (19th century), The Devoted Listener, oil on board, 62cm x 45cm, unframed £100 - £200

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347. English School (19th century), Pipe Smoker on Horseback, oil on canvas, indistinctly signed, 24cm x 33cm, framed £200 - £300

351. Alfred Junge (1886-1964), Berlin Scene, oil on board, signed, 48cm x 55cm, framed, note: artist was a production designer who worked in the British film industry; a companion piece was sold at Kingham and Orme on 4th December 2020 £200 - £300

348. English School (19th century), Three Country Landscapes scenes, three oils on board, all monogrammed HTB, 11cm x 15cm, framed (3) £120 - £160

352. Anthony Baynes (1921-2003), Guardian Angel, oil on canvas, label on verso, 40cm x 50cm, framed £60 - £80 353. Anthony Baynes (1921-2003), Landscape, oil on board, label on verso, 26cm x 34cm, framed £50 - £70 354. Continental School (20th century), The Vineyard, oil on canvas, indistinctly signed and dated 1938, 64cm x 76cm, framed £300 - £500 355. Alfred Brux (1921-1997), Glass Blower, oil on board, 66cm x 24cm, signed, framed £80 - £120 356. Anthony Baynes (1921-2003), Abstract Mythological Scene, oil on board, signed, 35cm x 60cm, framed £80 - £120 357. Olwen Tarrant FROI (b.1927), After the Fiesta, oil on canvas, signed on verso, 33cm x 41cm, framed £80 - £120 358. Anthony Baynes (1921-2003), Abstract Study, oil on canvas, signed, 40cm x 56cm, framed £80 - £120 359. Anthony Baynes (1921-2003), Windrush Valley, oil on board, label on verso, 30cm x 35cm, framed £50 - £70

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FURNITURE AND CLOCKS 373. A Chinese hardwood armchair, carved and reticulated with foliate scroll brackets, panel seat, the back splat with relief carved figures and flowers, 100cm high £50 - £80 374. An 18th century or earlier oak drop leaf occasional table, the circular top on an open cage base, 83cm wide, 72cm high £150 - £250 375. A 19th century Louis XV style heart shaped vitrine, gilt metal mounted, bevelled glass top and sides, on three cabriole legs, 51cm diameter, 79cm high £600 - £800

360 360. Anthony Baynes (1921-2003), The Hour of the Wolf, oil on board, label on verso, 54cm x 44cm, framed £80 - £120 361. Olwen Tarrant FROI (b.1927), Still Life, oil on canvas board, signed on verso, 55cm x 46cm, framed £80 - £120 362. Eric G Sewell (20th century), Near Stamford, oil on board, label on verso, 24cm x 34cm, framed £20 - £30 363. Anthony Baynes (1921-2003), Adam, oil on canvas, label on verso, 46cm x 35cm, framed £40 - £60 364. Greville Irwin (1893-1947), Portrait of a Lady, oil on canvas board, signed on verso, 40cm x 30cm, framed £30 - £50 365. Laurence Dingley (b.1959), Mediterranean Harbour Scene, oil on canvas, signed, 40cm x 50cm, framed £150 - £200 366. Jules Verstraeten (1903 - 1976), Dutch Landscape, oil on canvas, signed, 101cm x 120cm, unframed £30 - £50

376. An alabaster pedestal occasional table or stand, turned baluster and blade knopped support, 40cm diameter, 70cm high £50 - £80

370 370. A Chinese carved hardwood armchair, circa 1851, modelled in relief with dragons and birds, pierced back and frieze, cabriole carved legs, spread eagle £280 - £350 back

377. An Aesthetic Movement oak framed tubular bell harp or chimes, turned and jointed construction with angled spindle legs, 51cm wide, 168cm high £50 - £80

371. 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 £100 - £150

378. A pair of Arts and Crafts oak armchairs, in the style of Shapland and Petter, the vertical slat backs with central fret carved splat with stylised spear headed tree, £50 - £80 drop in seats (2)

372. A large Victorian walnut mirror backed sideboard, circa 1880, the base with three bays, the central two drawers over double cupboard flanked by two carved doors, each with relief foliate scroll panels between rattan borders, the bevelled glass overmantle with canopy and side shelves supported on turned baluster and knopped columns, with further rattan moulding to the frieze, 170cm wide, 215cm high, 56cm deep £100 - £200

379. An Arts and Crafts oak and copper overmantle mirror, the rectangular bevelled glass below three repousse embossed butterflies, flanked by fret carved open knotted tendril buttress brackets, the plank canopy or shelf raised on two stylised tulip carved supports, below a lobed ogee fret carved pediment, 123cm wide, 80cm high, 16cm deep £100 - £150

367. Anthony Baynes (1921-2003), Abstract Study, oil on canvas, signed, 50cm x 60cm, framed £100 - £200 368. Brian Gardiner (20th century), Northern Village Scene, oil on canvas, label on verso, 30cm x 26cm, framed£50 - £70 369. Ross Mullane (b.1949), Abstract Study, oil on paper, signed and dated 90, 38cm x 55cm, framed £30 - £50

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380. Walter Charles Edward for Guild of Handicraft, an Arts and Crafts repousse copper and oak panelled chest, circa 1910, the pine carcass applied with rectangular planished panels, the lid with embossed roses to each corner, with oak straps, barley twist columns to the corners, on four squat bun feet, 83cm wide, 40cm high, 48cm deep £500 - £800 380

381. Adolf Loos and Heinrich Kulka for Thonet, an Arts and Crafts oak fireside or chimney armchair, circa 1931, with leather lattice back and leatherette bowed seat, studded with bronzed mails, the hobnail carved front stretcher uniting skate square section legs with ogee tongue feet, supporting shaped plank arms, pointed arch finials, 65cm high, the seat 33cm high Note: Austrian architect and designer Adolf Loos (1870-1933) was one of the great pioneers of modernism in Continental Europe, influencing generations of post World War One architects the world over, including the Bauhaus in Germany. His apprentice and collaborator Heinrich Kulka, studied in Vienna and worked under Loos including in the development of the famous Raumplan analysis of spatial design. Designed for the Melena and Hugo Semmler apartment in Pilsen in 1931 and used in the Werkbund housing estate in Vienna in 1932 (where Kulka was Loos’ assistant and collaborative furnisher for houses 49 to 52), the chimney chair combined the craftsmanship and functionality of the Arts and Crafts movement; which Loos pioneered over the Austrian Secessionist movement decades earlier.

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389. A French Charles X ormolu and flame mahogany portico clock, Empire style, signed Guyerdet, the 6 inch silvered dial engine turned and enamelled with Roman numerals, with cast acanthus border suspended within a four column arcade, supporting a gridiron and foliate rosette pendulum, 50cm high £500 - £700

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382. Marcel Breuer, a cane and beech Cesca bar stool, designed 1928, tubular chromed steel construction with cane lattice back and seat, 105cm high £40 - £60

390. A French gilt brass and silver plated carriage clock, the 2 inch white enamelled dial and subsidiary seconds dial within a silvered slip, flanked by Roman Doric columns and fluted frieze, bevelled glass to five sides, swing handle, 20.5cm high £200 - £400

383. An Art Deco three piece suite, upholstered with carved oak panels to the feet (3) £80 - £120 384. A contemporary Glassdomain glass coffee table, open cuboid form with low shelf, on four adjustable brushed aluminium cylindrical feet, 80cm square, 40cm high £100 - £120 385. A contemporary Glassdomain glass coffee table, open cuboid form with low shelf, on four adjustable brushed aluminium cylindrical feet, 80cm square, 40cm high £100 - £120 386. A 17th century style brass lantern clock timepiece, with French carriage movement, 25cm high £80 - £120 387. A Victorian walnut and ormolu mounted quarter striking bracket clock, Payne and Co., London circa 1880, the eight inch silvered dial with Roman numerals, flanked by gilt capital Corinthian columns, supporting a blind fret carved foliate frieze and curved pediment, embossed in relief with floral garland, surmounted by a flared pedestal dome with flaming urn finial, each corner with a similar finial, all on a stepped base with cast scrolling bracket feet, gilt side handles, the dial signed and numbered 4245, also to the movement, 45cm wide, 72cm high, 30cm deep £1000 - £1500 391 388. A 19th century Black Forest carved Swiss cuckoo clock, the 5.5 inch dial with bone hands, within a pierced and relief carved oak branch and leaf case, the galleried base with foliate trellis fence and squirrel, the angled roof with reticulated branch and bird, the central door with mechanical articulated bird, 55cm high £150 - £250

391. James McCabe, Royal Exchange, London, 19th century clock movement and dial, the 6 inch brass dial with black enamelled Roman numerals, inscribed and numbered 1917, with pendulum and central key hole, signed to the back plate and dial, mounted on a later mantle base, 26cm high £200 - £400

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396. An Art Deco onyx and bronze clock, Garrard and Co., shaped rectangular slab form with fretted gilt chapter ring and convex glass, on fluted bracket and tile feet, 31cm long, 16cm high £60 - £100

392 392. A French gilt brass carriage timepiece, the 1.5 inch cream enamelled dial within an etched fleur de lys slip, bordered with applied chainlinks, 13.5cm high £150 - £250 393. A gilt brass swiss carriage clock, the white enamelled chapter ring and subsidiary dial with Roman numerals, fluted columns and blind fret friezes, bobbin turned folding carrying handle, signed, 14.5cm high £100 - £150 394. Four Chinese export blue and white plates, 18th century, variously painted with temple landscapes and scholars table, in the Kangxi style, 24.5cm diameter (4) £40 - £70 395. An Arts and Crafts oak and marquetry clock, tapered form with fret carved ogee domed bracket feet, and two flat topped cornices, inlaid with a heart and stylised leaves, 26cm high £80 - £120

397 397. David Veasey for Liberty and Co., an Arts and Crafts Tudric pewter and enamelled dial mantle timepiece, circa 1900, domed with spreading base, three planished panels below a 3.5 inch enamel and copper clock face with Roman numerals, stamped marks 01269, 22cm high £800 - £1200

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ORIENTAL 398. A large Japanese Imari charger, Meiji, painted with a central blue and white peony and foliate scroll roundel, within a border of ruyi head cartouches and gilt monkeys, four character mark to the underside, 41cm diameter £60 - £80 399. 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 £200 - £300

403. A Chinese blue and white bowl, Qianlong, circa 1750, footed form painted with bridge and landscape, Nanking Cargo label and number 3184, 15cm diameter £100 - £150 404. An 18th century Chinese famille rose punch bowl, Qianlong, painted with trellis cartouches and husk and floral swag garlands, Greek key foot and inner border, the central bouquet with insects, 28.5cm diameter £150 - £250 405. Three Chinese jade and hardstone carvings, including rats, man and boy and man with lotus flower, 6.5cm (3) £30 - £50 406. Three Chinese jade carvings, including man with a stick, man with monkey and a duck, pierced and engraved, 6.5cm (3) £30 - £50 407. A set of Chinese carved jade beads, uniform spherical form, eleven beads approx 2cm diameter (11) £30 - £50 408. A collection of Chinese jade and hardstone carvings, including archers ring, bangles, seals etc., bangles 8cm diameter (7) £40 - £60 409. A Chinese reticulated carved jade sectional rosette, the central disc with peacocks and flowers, the eight segmented petals similarly decorated with birds and foliage, 17cm diameter (9) £40 - £70

411 411. Four Chinese jade carvings and pendants, including fish, dog and peaches, pierced and incised, 8.5cm (4) £40 - £60 412. Four Chinese carved jade pendants, some reticulated, including an incised ring medallion, figures and animals, 5.5cm (4) £30 - £50 413. Four Chinese reticulated carved jade pendants, including circular coiled dragon, goose and foliate scroll designs, 7.5cm (4) £30 - £50 414. Five Chinese reticulated carved jade pendants, including knotted serpent and foliate designs, 7cm (5) £30 - £50 415. Two Chinese jade type carved stone bangles and a ring, internal diameter 6cm (3) £30 - £50 416. Two Chinese carved jade seals, both with lions to the finials, one white, 4.5cm high (2) £10 - £20

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417. Five Chinese carved pendants, including reticulated jade, fish, birds and figures, one with incised verses to each side, 6cm (5) £40 - £60

400. A Chinese blue and white vase and cover, Kangxi mark, inverse baluster form with dog finial lid, painted with two quatrefoil cartouches of scholars interiors, within a prunus and cracked ice ground, 27cm high £60 - £100 401. A Chinese blue and white bottle vase, ovoid shouldered form with shaft neck, painted with alternating roundels of scrolling dragons and exotic birds, between lappet and ruyi head borders, 46cm high £100 - £150 402. A Japanese Kutani charger, painted with a bird in prunus with chrysanthemums, within a panelled border of alternating floral specimens and rosettes, 36.5cm diameter £60 - £100

418. Two Chinese jade and hardstone carvings, including man with peach branch, entwined dogs with insect, 6.5cm (2) £30 - £50 410 410. Two Chinese carved jade pendants, one as a group of peaches, the other of a man and boy with ruyi sceptre, 5cm (2) £40 - £60

419. Six Chinese carved jade pendants, some reticulated, including dragon, insect and floral designs, 6.5cm (6) £40 - £60 420. A Chinese jade carving, in the form of a supine horse with monkey, 9cm £300 - £500 421. Four Chinese reticulated jade pendants, including knotted serpents, dragon and birds, 7.5cm (4) £40 - £60

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422. Three Chinese carved jade pendants, together with a silver and marcasite jade ring and a carved ring, two pendants in the form of peaches, 5.5cm long (5) £50 - £80

429 423 423. A 19th century Chinese carved coral figure group, modelled as two courtly women, one with a fan, beside a prunus tree, 10cm high £100 - £200 424. A 19th century Japanese carved ivory netsuke, Meiji, modelled as two rats, signed, 5cm £40 - £70 425. A Japanese carved bamboo cane, Meiji, decorated in the round with battling Samurai, signed, 89cm long £40 - £60 426. A Japanese lacquer and shibayama box, chamfered cuboid form, the lid decorated with a vase and chrysanthemums on a green ground, the frame painted with gilt and russet leaves, 22cm wide, 7cm high, 16cm deep £50 - £80 427. A pair of Indian erotic strip panels, gouache, depicting Kama Sutra illustrations, 62cm x 12cm, framed (2) £40 - £60 428. Chinese School (19th century), Ducks and Poultry by the Lake, watercolour, 18cm x 13cm, framed £40 - £60 429. A pair of Chinese enamelled vases, baluster form, painted with blue dragons and foliate scroll on a yellow ground, 10.5cm high (2) £20 - £30 430. A Chinese bronze Fan Ding censer, Ming period, cast in relief with symbols and painted, 64cm high, 38cm wide £500 - £800

431. A pair of Chinese ancestor portraits, Qing, painted on silk, 83cm x 49cm, framed (2) £300 - £500 432. An Indian carved stone elephant, 36cm high £400 - £600 433. 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 - £180 434. An Islamic marble tile panel, 18th century or earlier, geometric star design with Arabic script, 36cm x 31cm £400 - £500 435. λ 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 - £300 436. 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 £500 - £700 437. China, an unusual album of 89 black and white postcards of antique Chinese art £200 - £300

439. An Islamic Ottoman embroidered satin tomb cover, 19th century, inscribed roundels surrounded by a cartouche and roset inscriptions, embroidered tughra, richly embroidered with silver gilt thread, 173cm x 117cm £1500 - £2000 440. Anglo Indian interest photograph album, early 20th century / British Raj, photographs include the Taj Mahal, British soldiers, Delhi Fort, Sikh temple in Amritsar, Shalimar Gardens and Lahore Fort, approx 85 photographs £400 - £600 441. China (19th century), a woman seated on a mythical beast, gouache on paper with gilt highlights, Chinese character marks bottom centre, 30cm x 25cm, framed £500 - £800 442. Indian School (19th century), Miniature of a Rajah within a red border, gouache on paper with gilt highlights, 22cm x 17cm, framed £500 - £700 443. Indian Mughal/Persian School (18th/19th century), Chefs Preparing Food, pen and ink drawing, 21.5cm x 17.5cm, framed £800 - £1200 444. China (18th/19th century), Falcon, ink and watercolour, seal stamped / Chinese character marks, 77cm x 62cm, framed £800 - £1200

438. China (19th century), A Group of Chinese Women, mixed media on silk, 25cm x 21cm, framed £80 - £120

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445. 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) £4000 - £5000

446. A collection of Oriental Jade reference books and catalogues £30 - £50 447. A large collection of Japanese and Korean art reference books, including pottery, porcelain, works of art and fine art, auction catalogues etc. £80 - £120 448. A large collection of Asian contemporary and 20th century art auction catalogues, Chinese art, Christies Hong Kong and Sothebys £80 - £120 449. Krahl, R. 1986, Chinese Ceramics in the Topkapi Saray Museum, Istanbul, Volume II, Yuan and Ming Dynasty Porcelains, London: Sotheby's £80 - £120 450. Books including Far Eastern Ceramics in the Victoria and Albert Museum, Bronze Mirrors from Ancient China, etc. £40 - £70 451. A large collection of Asian art catalogues and reference books, including Oriental ceramics and works of art auction catalogues, Chines and Japanese art, Sotheby's, Bonhams and Christie's catalogues etc. £80 - £120

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452. Two Shona stone carvings of Zimbabwean birds, 18cm high and 14cm high (2) £50 - £80 453. A 19th century Anglo Indian carved rosewood book slide, reticulated foliate carved ends with paisley leaf vine and trailing trefoil tendril borders, 33cm long £40 - £70 454. Franz Bergmann (attributed), an Austrian cold painted bronze figure group, modelled as two blue tits on a flower pot, with bird’s nest and spade, stamped numbers, 14cm long £60 - £100 455. Spencer Browning & Rust London, an early 19th century Day or Night single-draw brass telescope, signed, 93cm long extended £40 - £60 456. J P Cutts Sutton and Sons, a Victorian gilt brass microscope, with six removable lenses, various slides, in fitted walnut case, 25cm long £100 - £200 457. A George II strip sampler, dated 1730, framed £200 - £300 458. A Victorian walnut stationery cabinet, together with a parquetry work or jewel box (2) £60 - £100 459. A Victorian cast iron Speaking Dog Bank mechanical money box, circa 1885, cold painted, with lever sprung mechanism, modelled as a girl and dog, cast patent marks, 19cm high £40 - £70

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460. An American Mule and Barn cast iron mechanical money bank or box, J and E Stevens Co., circa 1880, spring action with dog and flipping donkey, 22cm long £80 - £120 461. A Neolithic Adze blade, carved and polished stone, circa 3000 BC, tapered form with rounded end and angled edges, 17cm long £50 - £70 462. A Bilston or Liverpool enamelled double sided badge, Society of Bucks, circa 1770, two oval plaques, printed with arms and supporters Industry Produceth Wealth, Freedom with Innocence, the reverse with unanimity is the Strength of Society, 6.5cm x 5cm (2) £70 - £100

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463. A pair of 19th century French portrait miniatures, of aristocratic women, signed, 5cm diameter, framed (2) £60 - £80 464. An American Columbus Worlds Fair Bank, cast iron money box, designed circa 1893 by Charles Bailey for J and E Stevens Co., gold painted, mechanical spring action, 21cm long £50 - £80

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465. A Victorian cast iron Trick Pony Bank mechanical money box, circa 1885, cold painted, modelled as a horse feeding from a trough, 20cm high £100 - £200 466. An early 19th century needlework picture of a Classical Claudian Romantic landscape and Allegorical figures of shepherd and shepherdess, stitched and painted, 38cm x 47cm oval, framed £80 - £120

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470. A gilt brass figural letter holder, 19th century, modelled as a bird with beak full of letters, on a pin cushion and stepped oval base, 14.5cm high £70 - £100

477. A Schuco Express Boy clockwork tin toy, modelled as a porter with luggage, 8.5cm long £30 - £50

471. Two pewter plates, 18th century style, embossed in relief with the porcupine and salamander emblems of Louis XII and Francis I, Kings of France, within fluted ogee borders, London touchmarks, 23cm diameter (2) £40 - £60 472. 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 £20 - £30

467 467. A George III celestial twelve inch globe, by William Bardin, 1800, on mahogany desk stand with brass fitting and ball bearing balanced interior, labelled £300 - £500

478 478. A Victorian steel and tortoiseshell combination penknife, Sheffield circa 1880, including two knives, scissors and nail file, 7cm long £50 - £80 479. Manifattura di Signa, Florence, a Renaissance revivalist terracotta box, circa 1900, circular form, modelled in relief with peacocks and vine scroll bands, 11.5cm diameter £40 - £70

468. Georg Simon Plossl, a 19th century Austrian ivory and gilt brass two draw telescope, turned conical form, signed Plossl in Wien, in fitted leather case, 6.5cm diameter, 8.5cm long £80 - £120

480. A micro mosaic plaque of the Temple of the Dioscuri, Rome, inlaid in red hardstone, 2.5cm x 2cm £30 - £50 473 473. A George III Bilston enamelled patch or snuff box, oval pink with raised floral sprays and foliate scroll border, 6.5cm long £80 - £120

481. A large giltwood carved eagle, 19th century, modelled with wings spread, 80cm high, 90cm wide £1000 - £1500

474. A Victorian mahogany and parquetry inlaid mirror £150 - £200 475. A George III Bilston enamelled patch box, oval blue with applied silver rosettes and central panel, internal mirror to the lid, 4.5cm long £50 - £80

469 469. A Black Forest carved wooden inkwell, 19th century, modelled as a cat, set with glass eyes, 18cm high £100 - £200

476. A novelty travel beaker set in the form of a cricket ball, circa 1950s, enamelled and gilded to the interior with four small tumblers, 7.5cm diameter £30 - £50

482 482. Juan Clara (1857-1958), a bronze and gilt sculpture, modelled as a child climbing on a chair, signed in the cast, 17cm high £350 - £450

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483. Sarah Bernhardt, Figure of Shylock, carved marble, on red plinth base, signed and monogrammed, 42.5cm high Note: although best known as an actress, Bernhardt was also an accomplished sculptor, exhibiting widely including at the Exposition Universelle, Paris 1900 and Columbia Exposition, Chicago £1500 - £2500 484. An Arts and Crafts illuminated manuscript verse, in the Celtic style, Value of a Friend by Robert Louis Stevenson, gilt ground, 14cm x 19cm, framed £40 - £70 485. Ashbee, C R, 1909, Modern English Silverwork, signed limited first edition 148 of 200, Broad Campden: Essex House Press and B T Batsford, cloth binding £500 - £800 486. An Arts and Crafts stained glass design, probably John Hardman Powell, watercolour, in three lancet arches, framed £100 - £150 487. Liberty and Co., an Arts and Crafts oak and enamelled plaque mirror, jointed construction with galleon roundel to the top, 63cm x 52cm £100 - £200

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488 488. Dagobert Peche, an Art Deco gilt metal box, circa 1920s, rectangular section, fluted and embossed to the sides with stylised floral sprigs, the serpentine stepped lid with ball finial, on four spherical feet, 12cm wide, 7cm high, 9cm deep £100 - £150 489. Adelina Wilkins, two Arts and Crafts enamelled copper plaques, each painted with a maiden in forest glade with a pot plant, framed, 7.5cm and 6cm diameter (2) Note: produced while a student at Camberwell College of Art, labelled verso £80 - £120 490. An Italian Art Deco silver overlay walnut cigarette box, circa 1930s, the lid with an engraved plaque of a sailor smoking beside the sea with a ship behind, opening to reveal a stepped mechanical four tier interior, 19cm wide, 8cm high, 14cm deep £40 - £70 491. A 19th century oak firescreen with needlework panel and barley-twist supports, panel depicts kingdom of Torelore, monogrammed ANP, 95cm high £30 - £50 492. An Arts and Crafts embroidered panel of an angel playing an instrument, 63cm x 26cm, framed £30 - £50

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493. N Vidal, an Art Nouveau bronzed inkwell, cast in relief with foliate scrolls and shells, faceted glass vessel with hinged floral lid, signed in the cast, 15cm wide £30 - £50

494 494. Robert Mouseman Thompson of Kilburn, an Arts and Crafts oak bread board, chamfered rectangular form with carved mouse, 43cm x 30cm £150 - £200 495. A Rowley Gallery Arts and Crafts specimen marquetry mirror, rectangular, with a panel of cottages, within a gilt ribbed frame, the glass 35cm x 24cm, overall 62cm x 32cm £100 - £200 496. A Rowley Gallery Arts and Crafts carved wood mirror, rectangular, modelled in relief with a vase of flowers above a plain glass, 29.5cm x 14cm, overall 50cm x 18cm £80 - £120

499 499. An Arts and Crafts enamelled copper plaque, in the Pre Raphaelite style, depicting a seated woman with vase, 11cm square £100 - £150 500. An Arts and Crafts enamelled copper plaque, painted with a dog sitting on a chair, highlighted in gilt, 9.5cm square, framed £100 - £150 501. A Gothic Revival brass and enamel lectern plate, in the style of William Butterfield, champleve enamelled with the Holy Lamb of St John the Baptist, on foliate scroll ground, within a Romanesque Gothick arcade, 47cm wide, 27.5cm high £100 - £200

497 497. A pair of Art Deco carved wooden bookends, in the style of Laszlo Hoenig, beech on ebonised bases, modelled as horses heads, 23cm high (2) £200 - £300 498. An Art Deco style box, mother of pearl, horn and marbled veneers, cedar lined, 28cm wide, 23cm deep, 8cm high £40 - £70

502 502. Christopher Dresser for Coalbrookdale or Kenrick and Sons, an Aesthetic Movement cast iron door stop, circa 1865, the chamfered plinth base below an open and incised ogee scroll and foliate paisley drop and stylised acanthus moulded handle, cast number 43, 28cm high Note: see the John Scott collection, Fine Art Society 2014, for similar £100 - £200 examples of iron doorstops by Dresser

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503. WMF, a Jugendstil silver plated and green glass pickle jar, the cylindrical body cut with floral rosette and concentric bands, within a reticulated basket of interlocking tulips, twisted handle with twin pronged fork, 24.5cm high £100 - £150

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504. Imperial Zinn, a Jugendstil silver plated five light candelabrum, the square section fluted column terminating in a four foliate and whiplash branches, each with an oak leaf and berry cast sconce, on a lobed petal base, 39cm high £200 - £300

506. AK and Cie for WMF, a Jugendstil silver plated toilet mirror, cast in the Art Nouveau style with reclining maiden to the base, open foliate tendrils and leaves surrounding a double arcaded etched and bevelled glass, easel back 52cm x 31cm £1000 - £1200

507 507. WMF, a Jugendstil silver plated twin handled bowl, circular with embossed reeded serpentine border and diamond shield motifs, stamped marks, 27cm long £20 - £40 508. Hugo Leven for Kayserzinn, a Jugendstil pewter chamberstick, model 4406, circa 1900, naturalistic form, relief moulded with budding sinuous tendrils, 20cm long £60 - £100 509. A Jugendstil silver plated dish or card tray, in the style of WMF, modelled as a maiden beside a pond, with grasshopper, 26cm long £100 - £150 505 505. A Jugendstil gilt metal three light candelabrum, Art Nouveau style, cast foliate and open tendril design with central maiden bust arcaded by three whiplash and fruiting leaf branches, cast berry sconces, on four bracket feet, 60cm high £100 - £200

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510 510. Archibald Knox for Liberty and Co., a pair of Arts and Crafts Tudric pewter candlesticks, model 08, the flat disc bases cast with triangular Celtic knot wreaths, plain slightly bowed stems with flat sconces, similarly decorated with entwined and knotted panels to the rim, 16cm high, 16cm diameter (2) £600 - £800

513 513. David Veasey for Liberty and Co., an Arts and Crafts 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 £600 - £700 514. An Arts and Crafts copper box, cuboid form, planished with riveted strap legs, 17.5cm wide, 8cm high, 10cm deep £40 - £70 515. An Arts and Crafts copper and brass wall sconce, circular tray form repousse embossed with scallop shell within acanthus lappet border, two S scroll branches, 35cm diameter £120 - £180

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516. An Arts and Crafts copper plaque, repousse embossed with stylised tulips and Voysey type trees, 27cm x 22cm, framed £80 - £120

511. C V A Voysey (attributed) for Liberty and Co., an Arts and Crafts Tudric pewter charger, model 0114, embossed with a central peacock, within a border of stylised roundels, 32.5cm diameter £300 - £400

517. An Arts and Crafts brass mirror, in the Glasgow style, Celtic knot within ropetwist borders, bevelled glass, 44cm x 30cm £100 - £150

512. Liberty and Co., a Tudric pewter and enamelled box, the lid with a plaque of a Pre-Raphaelite woman, flanked by Glasgow School pendant motifs, 14cm x 11cm £80 - £120

518. W H Mawson for Keswick School of Industrial Arts, an Arts and Crafts copper tray, rectangular form with rounded rim, repousse decorated with a frame of foliate vine and rose heads, stamped mark, 52cm x 31.5cm £100 - £150

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522. An Arts and Crafts pewter and Ruskin cabochon set mirror, rectangular, repousse embossed with yachts on water, roundels to the top corners, bevelled glass, 60cm x 40cm £200 - £400 523. Glasgow School, an Arts and Crafts chrome casket, cuboid form, embossed in the Iona style with Celtic knot motifs to the hinged lid, 18cm wide, 10cm high, 13cm deep £180 - £200

519 519. W H Mawson for Keswick School of Industrial Arts (attributed), an Arts and Crafts brass tray, repousse decorated with stylised pomegranate and foliate tendril design, on a textured ground, crimped corners, 14.5cm x 18.5cm £40 - £70 520. J F Pool, Hayle, an Arts and Crafts copper tray, kidney form, embossed planished ground within an Art Nouveau style whiplash tendril and lily flower border, crimped rim, 57.5cm long £50 - £80

524 524. A E Jones, an Arts and Crafts copper and Ruskin cabochon cigar box, cuboid form with riveted strap hinges and corner bracket legs, turquoise ceramic roundels, 20cm wide, 6cm high, 11cm deep £120 - £180 525. An Arts and Crafts copper and silvered brass mirror, planished and riveted with applied festoon to the top, bevelled glass, 52cm x 41cm £170 - £220

521 521. An Arts and Crafts copper jardiniere, ogee form, repousse embossed with stylised leaf and foliate stumps, 19.5cm high £80 - £120

526 526. Raymond Subes (attributed), an Art Deco wrought iron mirror, circa 1920s, the circular glass within a four strap scrolled frame, suspended from two chains united by a ring, 68cm long, 51.5cm wide £1000 - £1500 522

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527 527. Robert Welch for Old Hall, a stainless steel Campden cafe au lait set, including side handles coffee pot, milk pot and sugar bowl, with teak handles and finials, 18cm high (3) £20 - £40 528. A pair of Victorian gilt brass and cut glass wall lights, circa 1900, the hobnail cut shades with spherical reservoir and scrolled hooks, suspended from fluted C scroll arms with acanthus leaf fronds, on oval beaded rosettes with honeysuckle and husk detailing, 39cm long (2) £80 - £120 529. A pair of 20th century French green veined marble urn shaped table lamps, each decorated with rams head handles, height including fitting 45cm (2) £300 - £500

536 536. Two Imperial Russian blue glass Smirnov vodka bottles, circa 1886, relief moulded with Imperial coats of arms and inscribed in Cyrillic ‘Supplier to the Highest Court Petr Arsentevich Smirnov at the Iron Bridge in Moscow’, 35.5cm high (2) £400 - £500

530. A bronze and stained glass table lamp, in the style of Tiffany, the reticulated foliate and fish scale base on four bracket feet, with telescopic height adjustable stem and three bulb fitting, supporting a leaded shade of wisteria below an orange ground band, 47cm diameter shade, 71cm high £300 - £500

GLASS 531. Clichy, concentric millefiori paper weight, six garland rings surrounding a central green and pink cane, edged by blue and white alternating staves, circa 1850, polished base, 5.5cm diameter £80 - £120 532. 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 £60 - £80 533. Baccarat, spaced millefiori paperweight set with seven individual canes, including three Gridel silhouettes of a deer, a horse and an elephant on a muslin ground, dated 1848, polished base, signature cane B 1848, 5cm diameter £80 - £120 534. Clichy, three sulphide portrait paperweights, each with historical figures, clear ground, circa 1850, 6.5cm diameter (3) £100 - £200 535. Two 18th century Continental opaque twist wine glasses, circa 1770, the bell shaped bowls on multi strand corkscrew lattice and double helix stems and conical feet, rough snapped pontil bases, 17cm high, 7cm rim, 7.7cm foot; 16cm high, 6.5cm rim, 7.2cm foot (2) £60 - £100

537 537. Two 19th century Bohemian enamelled glass boxes, circular form, floral and beaded border designs, one colourless, the other ruby, 5.5cm diameter (2) £50 - £80 538. A 19th century Clichy cane stripe glass vase, circa 1860, white, blue and colourless wrythen ribbon design, shouldered with elongated flared neck, polished pontil, 12.5cm high £100 - £200

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543. Salviatti (attributed), a Venetian facon de Venise glass pedestal vase, the scallop shell moulded pink opaque and aventurine bowl with four pulled lips, on a milled and rigaree applied S scroll serpentine stem and wrythen folded foot, 24.5cm high £70 - £100 544. Three Arts and Crafts frosted straw opal glass light shades, probably John Walsh Walsh, ovoid form with crimped everted rims, opaque moulded lattice design, fitting 3.5cm diameter, opening 8cm diameter, 15cm high (3) £100 - £200

539 539. Baccarat (attributed), a French white opaline glass vase, 19th century, footed elongated baluster form, with gild bands, snow jade opaque texture, 21cm high £20 - £40

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541. Salviatti (attributed), a Venetian facon de Venise glass pedestal vase, the blue and aventurine rounded wrythen moulded bowl with twin dragon handles, supported on an open ribbon and twisted bracket cage, on hollow baluster and blade knopped stem, terminating in a wrythen folded foot, 28cm high £70 - £100

545. Harry Powell for James Powell and Sons, a pair of Arts and Crafts straw opal glass light shades, circa 1890, closed tulip form with everted crimped rims, vertical opaque stripes, 14.5cm high, 3cm fixing, 11cm diameter (2) £100 - £200

542. A Victorian mother of pearl diamond quilted glass fairy lamp on Clarke’s Pyramid base, cranberry pearlescent cased domed shade, 10cm high £20 - £30

546. A pair of Arts and Crafts opal glass light shades, probably John Walsh Walsh, closed tulip form with inverted crimped rims, vertical opaque stripes, metal fittings 3cm diameter, 14cm high, opening 9.5cm diameter (2) £100 - £200

547 547. Harry Powell for James Powell and Sons, Whitefriars, a pair of Arts and Crafts liqueur glasses, circa 1900, colourless flint glass, the bell shaped bowls on knopped inverse baluster stems, 9cm high (2) £20 - £40

540 540. A Victorian Stourbridge intaglio cut glass decanter, circa 1885, probably Thomas Webb, spherical form with plain conical foot, decorated with cornflowers and flying insects, the hollow stopper similarly engraved, 25.5cm high £60 - £100

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548. Kralik, a Secessionist iridescent glass biscuit barrel, circa 1900 waisted form with applied webbed trail mesh, metal mounts, 16cm high £40 - £70

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550 549. Kralik, a Secessionist glass Gloria vase, green and opaque iridescent with pulled and crimped three petal rim, applied overlaid with trailed netting, 9cm high £40 - £70 550. An Austrian Secessionist iridescent glass vase, possibly Kralik, circa 1900, ovoid form with flared irregular rim, green lustre with veined web and multicoloured cane spots to stylised flower heads, 10cm high £30 - £50

552 553. Karl Koepping for Friedrich Zitzmann, a Jugendstil lampworked glass goblet, circa 1900, the open twisted naturalistic tendril stem supporting a squat ovoid bowl with everted rim, on a splayed foot, in marbled purple and brown glass, 20.5cm high £100 - £200

551. Loetz, a Secessionist Creta optic wave moulded glass vase, green lustre with ribbed design, waisted form, 26.5cm high £40 - £70

556 556. Walther and Sohn, an Art Deco pink glass tray, quatrelobed form, intaglio moulded with three Classical figures in a desert landscape, 23.5cm x 27.5cm £20 - £40

552. Loetz for Friedrich van Hauten and Sohn, a Secessionist iridescent glass and pewter mounted vase, circa 1900, squat ovoid form with crimped rim and dimpled shoulder, combed metallic thread over pink papillon ground, the Art Nouveau style three handled cage mount with open tendril and foliate motifs, 27cm diameter £600 - £800

554 554. Koloman Moser for E Bakalowits, a Secessionist liqueur glass, circa 1900, the optic ribbed ogee bell shaped bowl, on a slender tapered stem and flat conical foot, produced by Meyr’s Neff, 15cm high £30 - £50 555. Emile Galle, a cameo glass landscape vase, circa 1905, purple over yellow and pink, flattened baluster form, decorated with orchids and moths before of a mountain lakeside scene, signed in cameo, 13cm high £200 - £300

557 557. An Art Deco moulded glass, chrome and macassar vase, circa 1930, the trumpet shaped leather textured body with two flared handles, mounted in chrome, on a circular ebonised base, 25cm high £100 - £150

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558 558. A Monart style twin handled Art Deco glass bowl, flared form with applied loop handles, cloudy spirals from blue to yellow with aventurine inclusions, 28cm diameter £40 - £70

561. Ludwig Kny for Stuart and Sons, an Art Deco cut glass bowl, circa 1930s, shallow conical form on rounded foot, decorated with a band of lens cut ovals between chevron borders, the rim notched and banded, acid marks, 26cm diameter, 9cm high £30 - £50

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559. Ludwig Kny and Geoffrey Stuart for Stuart and Sons, an Art Deco cut glass posy bowl or vase, pattern 27374, circa 1935, the flat circular broad rim cut with concentric rings and a band of chevrons and zig zags, the plain spherical body on splayed foot, acid marks, 15.5cm diameter, 5.5cm high £30 - £50

562. John Luxton for Stuart and Sons, a cut glass bowl, circa 1950s, footed conical form, decorated with a band of stylised stars over vertical lines, acid mark, 23cm diameter, 13cm high £30 - £50 563. A large Murano glass bowl, late 20th century, marbled lattice brown over green with aventurine inclusions, irregular broad flared rim, 49cm diameter £40 - £60

560 560. Ludwig Kny for Stuart and Sons, an Art Deco Waterford pattern cut glass bowl, circa 1930s, pinched conical form on rounded foot, mitre and lens cut bands with geometric decorated foot, acid mark, 28.5cm long, 13cm high £30 - £50

564 564. A Murano glass Sommerso vase, imported by Hans Geismar, circa 1950s, pulled elliptical form with multicoloured cased stripes, foil label Venetian Art Glass, 29.5cm long £40 - £70

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570 570. Rene Lalique, a Deux Chevres glass hand mirror, model 678, designed circa 1919, frosted and green stained, moulded mark R Lalique, 16cm diameter £300 - £400

565 565. Jasper Conran for Stuart, a Bar glass vase, conical form, cut with concentric bands, acid mark, 20.5cm high £20 - £40

571 571. 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

566 566. Jasper Conran for Waterford, an Aura glass bowl or votive candleholder, conical ice bucket form, cut with circular bands, acid marks, 10.5cm high, 14.5cm diameter £20 - £40 567. A Lalique Helene glass perfume bottle, model 634, designed circa 1942, frosted panels, acid mark Lalique France, 14cm high 150 - £250 568. A Lalique Helene glass perfume bottle, model 633, designed circa 1942, frosted with ochre stained panels, engraved mark Lalique, 23cm high £200 - £300 569. Rene Lalique, a Chiens glass bowl, model 3214, designed circa 1921, blue opalescent, moulded R Lalique, engraved France No3214, 24cm diameter £200 - £300

572. Rene Lalique, a Pissenlit glass lamp stopper, model 2551, designed circa 1914, incuse frosted, incised mark R Lalique France, 16cm wide £200 - £300 573. Rene Lalique, a Pigeon Verviers glass decoration, model 1206, designed circa 1932, part frosted, acid mark R Lalique France, 29cm long £300 - £500 574. Rene Lalique, a Groupe de Six Moineaux glass decoration, model 1218, designed circa 1933, frosted, acid mark R Lalique, France, 30cm long £800 - £1200 575. Rene Lalique, a Calypso glass bowl, model 413, designed circa 1932, coupe ouverte form, blue opalescent, acid mark R Lalique, France, 35.5cm diameter £800 - £1200 576. Rene Lalique, a Druide glass vase, model 937, designed circa 1924, blue opaque opalescent glass with staining, engraved mark R Lalique France, 17.5cm high £400 - £600

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577. Rene Lalique, a Ronces red amber glass vase, model 946, designed circa 1921, frosted staining, incuse moulding R Lalique, engraved R Lalique France, 24cm high £2000 - £3000

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CONTINENTAL CERAMICS 578. A Delft probably French Nevers blue and white manganese cistern or wine cooler, of oval bombe form, painted on one side with Oriental figures, one holding a parasol in a Chinoiserie scene, the other side with three horseman and a horse in a riverside landscape, within a border of scrolls and foliage, applied rope twist handles and lions paw feet, circa late 18th or early 19th century, 49cm long £250 - £300

587. A Dresden porcelain pot and cover, in the Meissen style, conical bucket form with relief moulded rams heads, painted with alternating panels of entwined ribbon and laurel and floral sprays on gilt rusticated ground, 9.5cm high £30 - £50 588. A Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica floral specimen painted dish, circa 1970, stepped spade form with angled handle and saw tooth rim, decorated with Primula integrifolia Oed, 18cm long £40 - £70

579. 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 £40 - £60 580. An Attic style janiform kantharos, twin handled Classical urn vase form, relief moulded with African heads to each side, after ancient Greek examples, 26.5cm high £40 - £70

589. A pair of Continental porcelain figures, in the Meissen style, shepherd and shepherdess, impressed and crossed sword marks, 14cm high (2) £30 - £50

584 584. A Continental porcelain figure group, 18th century, modelled as a courting couple, on scroll bracket base, 27.5cm high £80 - £120 585. M S Hudson, a painted porcelain plaque, Psyche with a young cupid, in a watery landscape, signed and dated 1891, 30cm x 19cm, framed £40 - £70

581 581. Four Royal Vienna porcelain bust figures, 19th century, modelled as 18th century children, on scrolling socle bases, impressed marks, 15cm high (4) £70 - £100

586. 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 £40 - £60

590. 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) £40 - £60 591. 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) £30 - £50 592. A collection of Gebruder Heubach bisque children figures, including various pairs, different sizes, 26cm high (12) £50 - £80

582. A Paris porcelain punch bowl, in the Sevres style, painted with a diaper trellis pattern of rose heads and leaves, internal gilt foliate sprigs, 32.5cm diameter £80 - £120 583. A Meissen style portrait plate, decorated with a 16th century woman with hat, within a raised gilt foliate scroll on blue ground border, underglaze blue AR mark, 24.5cm diameter £50 - £80

593 593. Joost Thooft and Labouchere, De Porceleyne Fles, a Delft lustre vase, circa 1900, ribbed bulbous form with ogee neck, iridescent red and speckled turquoise, £40 - £70 incised marks, 15cm high 587

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602 602. A Rosenthal figure of a leopard, modelled crouching, impressed and printed marks, 697, 16cm long £40 - £60 599 599. Theodor Karner for Rosenthal, a figure of a poodle, impressed and printed marks 1211, 20cm high £40 - £70

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594. An Aesthetic Movement Limoges enamel or slip decorated vase, in the style of Zsolnay, shouldered form, three Persian ogee cartouches with lotus flowers in aquatic grounds, between pink foliate scrolls, 26cm high £30 - £50 595. Two Gouda Paysage vases, ovoid and cylindrical shouldered form, painted in the round with impressionist landscapes and topographical scenes, 19.5cm high (2) £50 - £80 596. Wilhelm Kage for Gustavsberg, an Argenta silver overlay bowl, rounded on conical foot, decorated with a fish and bubbles, within a denticulated border, 15cm diameter £50 - £80

603. M H Fritz for Rosenthal, a figure of a leopard, impressed and printed marks, 965, 41cm long £50 - £80 604. Royal Dux, an Art Deco figure group, modelled as two dancers in Arabic dress, impressed marks and pink triangle, model 2993, 31.5cm high, note: possibly Rudolph Valentio and Vilma Banky from The Son of the Sheikh (1926) £80 - £120 600 600. Erik Nielsen for Royal Copenhagen, Mouse on a Chestnut figure, model 511, designed circa 1920, incised monogram to body and painted marks, 7cm high £20 - £40

597. Christian Lacroix, a Follement harlequin coffee set, the cans and saucers with gilt rims, in different pastel colours, in original hatbox container £80 - £120

598 598. Ferdinand Liebermann for Rosenthal, a figure group of boy, penguin and crab, model 34, designed circa 1911, signed to the plinth, 10cm high £50 - £80

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601. Gerhard Schliepstein for Rosenthal, figure of a woman with deer, designed circa 1931, impressed and printed £50 - £80 marks 1001, 29.5cm high

605. A Bertrand for Goldscheider, a large figure Traumerei (Daydream), model 2272, circa 1901, modelled as a standing woman with amphora, impressed marks and signature, 80cm high £300 - £500

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606. Josef Lorenzl for Goldscheider, Aida figure, model 5281, designed circa 1923, incised signature to the plinth, printed marks, 47.5cm high £1500 - £2500

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607. Sally Tuffin for Dennis China Works, Rhinoceros vase, circa 2000, shouldered cylindrical form, printed and painted marks, 18cm high £40 - £60

610. Rachel Bishop for Moorcroft, Sweet Thief vase, 2001, baluster form, impressed and painted marks, 16.5cm high; together with a Lamia vase, circa 1995, ovoid shouldered form, impressed and painted marks 9cm high (2) £40 - £60

608. Philip Gibson for Cobridge pottery, a stoneware Bottle Kiln vase, shouldered inverse baluster form, impressed and painted marks, 25cm high £40 - £60

611. Emma Bossons for Moorcroft, Queen’s Choice charger, 2003, impressed and painted marks, 36cm diameter £100 - £200

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609. Emma Bossons for Moorcroft, Queen’s Choice vase, circa 2000, inverse baluster form, impressed and painted marks, 15.5cm high £100 - £200

612. Rachel Bishop for Moorcroft, Iris jug, circa 1990, tapered handled form, impressed and painted marks, 14.5cm high; together with a Persephone vase, circa 2006, inverse baluster and flared form, impressed and painted marks, 21cm high (2) £50 - £80

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615 615. Emma Bossons for Moorcroft, Queens Choice vase, 2003, squat baluster form, impressed and painted marks, 14cm high £40 - £60 616. Emma Bossons for Moorcroft, Foxglove vase, 1994, tapered ovoid form, impressed and painted marks, 18.5cm high; together with a Hartgring vase, 2002, ovoid form, impressed and painted marks 9.5cm high (2) £60 - £100

613 613. Kerry Goodwin for Moorcroft, daffodil vase, 2012, inverse baluster shouldered form, impressed and painted marks, 20cm high; together with a Moorcroft Collector’s Club vase, 1998, baluster form, impressed and painted marks, 23cm high £40 - £60

617 617. Emma Bossons for Moorcroft, Lily come home vase, circa 2005, shouldered bottle form, impressed and painted marks, 19cm high, together with a Hartgring jar, ovoid form, printed and painted marks, 14cm high (2) £40 - £60

614 614. Sally Tuffin for Moorcroft, Finch and Fruit vase, 1996, squat baluster form, impressed and painted marks, 10cm high; together with a Moorcroft vase decorated with blue flower and trailing leaves, 2004, ovoid form, impressed and painted marks, 9cm high, and a Panache pin dish, 12cm diameter (3) £50 - £80

618 618. Emily Bossons for Moorcroft, Dewdrop vase, circa 2006, waisted trumpet form, impressed and painted marks, 11cm high; together with a Hartgring pattern vase, 2002, ovoid form, impressed and painted marks, 10cm high (2) £40 - £60

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619. Nicola Slaney for Moorcroft, Favrille pattern vase, circa 1995, inverse baluster form, impressed and painted marks, 20.5cm high £60 - £100

623. Rachel Bishop for Moorcroft Collector’s Club, snowdrop vase, 1994, twin handled trumpet form, impressed and painted marks, 15cm high, together with a baluster form vase, 2008, decorated with blue trailing flowers, impressed and painted marks, 23cm high (2) £40 - £60

620 620. Sian Leeper for Moorcroft, a Kapok vase, circa 2000, cylindrical baluster form, printed and painted marks, 13.5cm high; together with Shirley Hayes for Moorcroft, Kaffir Lily vase, circa 2000, footed trumpet form, impressed and painted marks, 15.5cm high (2) £50 - £80

624 624. Vicky Lovatt for Moorcroft, a large Swallowtail vase, circa 2017, inverse baluster form, impressed marks and signed, 40cm high £700 - £900 625. Paul Hilditch for Moorcroft, a Flambe Triumph of Nature vase, circa 2016, squat ovoid form, impressed and stamped marks, 22cm high £800 - £1200

621 621. Nicola Slaney for Moorcroft, Anna Lily vase, 1998, shouldered ovoid baluster form, impressed and painted marks, 17cm high £60 - £80 622. Moorcroft for Moorcroft Collector’s Club, Rapunzel vase, 1997, elongated baluster form, impressed and painted marks, 31cm high, and a similar example (2) £50 - £100

626. Philip Gibson for Moorcroft, English garden birds, circular charger, impressed and painted marks, 36cm diameter, second quality £80 - £120 627. Emma Bossons for Moorcroft, a large Queens Choice vase, circa 2000, ovoid form, impressed marks and signature, 27cm high £800 - £1200 628. Philip Gibson for Moorcroft, a Trout vase, 1998, slender shouldered and flared neck form, impressed marks, seconds, 42.5cm high £300 - £500

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637. William Moorcroft, two small Pomegranate vases, circa 1918, ovoid and inverse baluster form, impressed marks, 8.5cm high (2) £60 - £100

638 638. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate jar and cover, circa 1920, ovoid form, impressed marks and underglaze green monogram, 15.5cm high £50 - £80 629

629. A boxed set of six Moorcroft miniature vases, various designs and shapes, circa 2005, including ginger jar, 5.5cm high (6) £60 - £80 630. A Moorcroft Designer’s Medley plate, circa 2007, octagonal form, printed and painted marks and signed by eight Moorcroft designers, 24.5cm diameter £50 - £80 631. Walter Moorcroft, an African Lily bowl, circa 1953, rounded and footed, impressed marks and facsimile, 11cm diameter £20 - £30 632. William Moorcroft, a Leaf and Blackberry plate, circa 1930, circular with everted rim, impressed marks and facsimile signature, 26cm diameter £30 - £50

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633. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate on ochre dish and a jam pot, with plated mounts, circa 1915, plain rounded and cylindrical, the pot with swing handle, impressed Burslem marks, underglaze green monogram to one, 13cm diameter (2) £50 - £80

639. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate vase, circa 1920, bulbous bottle form, impressed marks and underglaze green monogram, 16cm high £80 - £120

634. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate pot and cover, circa 1920, ovoid form, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, £50 - £80 635. William Moorcroft, two small Pomegranate vases, circa 1935, shouldered and baluster forms, impressed marks and facsimile, 9cm high (2) £50 - £80 636. William Moorcroft, two small Pomegranate vases, circa 1918, shouldered and squat baluster forms, impressed marks and underglaze green monograms, 10.5cm high (2) £70 - £100

640 640. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate on ochre and blue tazza, circa 1918, circular with everted rim on splayed and stepped pedestal base, impressed marks and underglaze green signature, 19.5cm diameter, 12cm high £100 - £150

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641 641. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate on ochre and blue jar with pewter cover, circa 1920, ovoid form, the planished lid in the Secessionist style, impressed marks and underglaze blue monogram, 16cm high £70 - £100

645. William Moorcroft, a red Dawn Landscape bowl, circa 1925, twin handled rounded form, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 24cm wide £500 - £700

649. William Moorcroft, an Orchid bowl and cover, circa 1935, squat form with flat cover, spherical knop, impressed marks and facsimile signature, 16.5cm diameter £40 - £60

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

ART POTTERY 650. Shrigley and Hunt, a pair of PreRaphaelite tiles, circa 1880, Benedick and Beatrice, in the style of Henry Stacy Marks, on Minton blanks, 15cm square, framed as one £80 - £120

647. William Moorcroft, a small Leaf and Berry vase and ashtray, circa 1935, together with Anemone spherical vase and a later Flambe Blackberry vase, impressed marks and facsimile, 10cm high (4) £40 - £70

651. An Arts and Crafts relief moulded plaque, modelled as an allegorical figure of Spring, Classical woman with basket, 45cm diameter, framed £70 - £100

652 652. Wemyss for Thomas Goode, an art pottery jardiniere, wrythen lobed ovoid form, painted with cockerels in a grassy field, impressed and printed marks, 22cm diameter £100 - £200

648 642 642. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate on ochre and blue vase, circa 1920, shouldered form, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 16cm high £80 - £120

648. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate on ochre and blue jar and cover, circa 1920, ovoid shouldered form with silver plated mount, impressed marks and underglaze green monogram, 15.5cm high £50 - £80

643. 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

644 644. William Moorcroft, a miniature orange lustre bowl and jug, circa 1914, footed rounded and conical form, impressed and printed marks, 5.5cm diameter, jug 4.3cm high £20 - £40

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656. Charles Cundall for Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian lustre bowl, 1909, the exterior with a sang de boeuf and turquoise glaze, painted with a geometric band of waves and dots, the interior with a vine border and central floral rosette, within a streaky copper lustre ground, impressed marks, painted monogram, 17.5cm diameter £300 - £500 657. A Doulton Lambeth stoneware leather motto jug, circa 1892, silver mounted and relief moulded as pig skin, with raised verse Bitter must be the cup that a smile will not sweeten, impressed marks, Slaters Patent, 21cm high, £40 - £70 653 653. C H Brannam for Liberty and Co., an art pottery motto jug, circa 1915, treacle glazed conical form, incised with nautical verse ‘From rocks and sands and barren lands...’, and fleur de lys motifs, impressed Liberty mark, 18cm high £70 - £100

658. A near pair of Doulton Lambeth stoneware vases, circa 1910, double gourd form with painted stylised foliate decoration, 15cm high (2) £30 - £50 659. A collection of Royal Doulton and Lambeth stoneware sprigged ware, including hunting jugs and mugs, salt cellars etc., 16.5cm high (12) £40 - £60 660. Frank Butler for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware pedestal vase, the ovoid bowl sgraffito decorated and applied with beaded rosettes, below a crimped rim, on an open foliate moulded tricorn stand, 20.5cm high £400 - £600

664 664. Harry Simeon for Doulton Lambeth, two stoneware Toby jars, modelled smoking pipes, one with red waistcoat, the other cream, 14cm high (2) £50 - £100 665. Harry Simeon, Doulton Lambeth for Phillips, Oxford Street, a salt glazed stoneware Toby XX vase, modelled with hands on knees, on footed barrel, 15.5cm high £70 - £100 666. Harry Simeon for Doulton Lambeth, two graduated stoneware XX Toby jugs, modelled seated on barrels, brown waistcoats, 21cm high (2) £80 - £120

667 654 654. A Wardle art pottery figural spill vase, in the form of a frog, modelled sitting and singing with hands on chest, green glazed with slip highlights, impressed marks 3154, 12cm high £40 - £60 655. John Wadsworth and Leon Solon for Minton, a Secessionist jardiniere stand, tapered column form, raised flower heads on a stylised geometric foliate ground, 73.5cm high £100 - £150

667. Harry Simeon for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware Toby tobacco jar, with patent spring lid, cream waistcoat, 12cm high £40 - £70 661 661. Harry Simeon for Doulton Lambeth, two novelty stoneware character mugs, Marriage Day, After Marriage, with invertible double face, 9.5cm high (2) £40 - £70 662. Harry Simeon for Doulton Lambeth, two stoneware Toby jugs, one modelled with bottle and wine glass, olive waistcoat, the other squat form with red waistcoat, 22cm high (2) £50 - £80

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663. Harry Simeon for Doulton Lambeth, two graduated stoneware Toby jugs, modelled with bottle and wine glass, red waistcoats, 22cm high (2) £50 - £80

668 668. Harry Simeon for Doulton Lambeth, a graduated set of three Toby jugs, each modelled with bottle and wine glass, olive waistcoat, 22.5cm high (3) £70 - £100

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669. Harry Simeon for Doulton Lambeth, two stoneware XX Toby jugs, modelled seated on barrels, red and olive waistcoats, 18cm high (2) £70 - £100

672. Harry Simeon for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware Toby candlestick, the stem modelled as a seated figure with jug and tankard, 7cm high £40 - £60

670. Harry Simeon for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware Toby jar and cover, cream waistcoat, printed with Ye Olde Cock Tavern, 22 Fleet Street, impressed marks, 14cm high £40 - £70

673. Harry Simeon for Doulton Lambeth, four stoneware Toby jugs, squat form, each modelled with a different coloured waistcoat, red, olive, blue and cream, two with smiling faces, two with sad faces, 10cm high (4) £100 - £150

675 675. Harry Simeon for Doulton Lambeth, a graduated pair of stoneware ash pots, modelled as seated Toby in armchair, 16cm high (2) £60 - £80

676 676. Harry Simeon for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware match striker, modelled as a seated Toby next to a barrel, the reverse with striking patch, 10cm high £50 - £80 671

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671. Harry Simeon for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware Toby XX vase, modelled in olive waistcoat with hands on knees, 14cm high £40 - £70

674. Harry Simeon for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware bibelot, modelled as an owl on the edge of a pond, 10cm high £40 - £70

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680. Hannah Barlow for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware beaker, 1876, sgraffito decorated with goats, silver rim, incised monogram, 12.5cm high £40 - £70 681. An Arts and Crafts four tile panel, circa 1920, painted with a boy fishing, within a wave and dot border, each tile 10cm square (4) £80 - £120 682. An Arts and Crafts four tile panel, circa 1920, painted with a girl and lamb crossing a stream, within a wave and dot border, each tile 10cm square (4) £80 - £120

677 677. Harry Simeon for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware inkwell modelled as a Toby, the lid in the form of his head, 7.5cm high £60 - £80

686 686. Clarice Cliff for Newport Pottery, a Kew preserve pot, designed circa 1932, in the form of an apple, printed Bizarre marks, 8cm high £40 - £60 687. Clarice Cliff for Newport Pottery, a Gibraltar bowl, designed circa 1931, ovoid form with inverted rim, concentric ring decoration to the interior, printed Fantasque Bizarre and Honeyglaze marks, 20cm diameter £80 - £120

678. Mark V Marshall for Royal Doulton, an Art Union of London stoneware bowl, tubelined and dimpled with Art Nouveau style foliate poppies, incised monogram, 21cm diameter £50 - £70 683 683. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, two Flambe bird figures, Two Chicks and a Baby Penguin, 7.5cm high (2) £60 - £100 684. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, a Flambe fox figure, modelled crouching, 22cm long £40 - £60

688 688. Clarice Cliff for Wilkinson, a Cafe au Lait Oranges bowl, designed circa 1931, ovoid octagonal section with everted rim, printed Bizarre marks, 9cm high £20 - £40

679 679. Mark V Marshall for Royal Doulton, a large stoneware vase, 1909, shouldered form, relief moulded with birds in Art Nouveau style tulip leaved trees of sinuating foliage, impressed marks and incised monogram, 38cm high £200 - £300

685 685. Clarice Cliff for Wilkinson, a Broth preserve pot, designed circa 1929, cylindrical form with concentric banding, printed Fantasque marks, 9cm high £40 - £60 689 689. Clarice Cliff for Wilkinson, a Swirls sugar pot, designed circa 1930, Stamford shape, printed Bizarre and Registration Applied for marks, 6.5cm high £40 - £60

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695 695. Clarice Cliff for Wilkinson, a Taormina preserve pot, designed circa 1936, square section, shape 516, printed Clarice marks, 8cm high £50 - £80 696. Charlotte Rhead for Bursley Ware, a large TL76 charger, lustre glaze, printed marks, 41.5cm diameter £120 - £150

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697. Carter, Stabler and Adams, a Poole pottery V pattern vase, shouldered ovoid form, painted with abstract flowers, impressed marks, 19.5cm high £30 - £50

693 693. Clarice Cliff for Newport Pottery, an Original Bizarre Conical bowl, designed circa 1929, green with orange and black buttress feet, 19.5cm diameter £40 - £60 698

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698. Arthur Bradbury for Poole, a Maritime plate, 1975, painted with a ship in full sale, within concentric bands and inscription, HM Sloop Viper, Built at Poole by Tito Durell 1746, painted by Karen Hickisson, 26cm diameter £50 - £80

690. Clarice Cliff for Wilkinson, a Pine Grove Athens jug, designed circa 1935, printed Bizarre marks, 20.5cm high £40 - £70 691. Clarice Cliff for Newport Pottery, a Ravel Conical teapot, designed circa 1929, printed Bizzare marks, 14.5cm high £50 - £80 692. Clarice Cliff for Newport Pottery, a Solomon’s Seal Stamford teapot and sugar pot, designed circa 1930, printed Bizarre marks, 12cm high (2) £60 - £100

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694. Clarice Cliff for Newport Pottery, an Original Bizarre vase, designed circa 1928, bulbous waisted form, central band of diamonds, gilt Bizarre marks, 22cm high £20 - £30

699. Kenneth Clark for Denby, a slip decorated stoneware jardiniere, circa 1956, ovoid form with everted rim, panels of incised vertical stripes to the shoulder, stamped marks, 16cm diameter £20 - £30

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BRITISH CERAMICS

700 700. Catherine Bennett for Aldermaston, a studio pottery tankard, circa 1980, cylindrical mug form, tin glazed and painted with calligraphic abstract design in browns, monogram, 15cm high £20 - £30

701 701. Edgar Campden for Aldermaston Pottery, a studio pottery teapot, tin glazed and painted with turquoise calligraphic motifs, painted monogram, 24cm long £70 - £100

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702 702. David Lloyd Jones (1928-1994), a studio pottery bowl, ogee conical form, oatmeal glazed, the interior painted with stylised bamboo in blue and oxidized glazes, potters seal mark, 20cm diameter, 12cm high £20 - £40

703. A large Coalport jewelled Banquet lamp, Chicago Exhibition 1893, the removable reservoir with relief moulded leaves and tooled gilt floral sprigs highlighted with jewels, on a knopped baluster and tricorn base, modelled with raised foliate scroll cartouches, acanthus lappets and Rococo fish scale bands, in pink and cream, highlighted in gilt, 61cm high excluding fitting £2000 - £3000

704. P Simpson for Coalport, three painted dessert plates, titled Mallard Duck, Trout and Gold Carp, each within raised foliated gilt and green ground borders, gadrooned to the rim, printed Thomas Goode retailer marks, 23cm diameter (3) £150 - £250

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714. W Ricketts, for Royal Worcester, a vase, circa 1926, painted with fallen fruit on a mossy bank, signed, puce printed marks, 15cm high £200 - £300 715. H Stinton, for Royal Worcester, a vase, circa 1939, painted with Highland cattle, signed, puce printed marks, 8cm high £200 - £300 716. A Royal Worcester pepper pot, circa 1883, modelled as a pug dog climbing out of a gilt barrel, green printed marks, 7.5cm high £40 - £60

705 705. A Minton pot pourri basket, relief moulded with pierced and domed lid, painted with floral sprays and sprigs, the handle of platted ribbon form, 6cm high £20 - £40 706. A pair of graduated Royal Crown Derby Imari 1128 oval dishes, twin handles, on four pierced acorn and leaf bracket feet, 26cm long (2) £80 - £120 707. A Wedgwood Imari cabaret set, circa 1850s, including teapot, sugar box, jug, four cups and saucers and a tray, printed marks, teapot 24cm long £150 - £200 717 708. F Micklewright, a pair of painted porcelain plaques, one after Turner’s Fighting Temeraire, the other of St Michael’s Mount, signed, 12cm diameter, framed (2) £100 - £150 709. Worcester Kerr & Binns, a matched pair of miniature chambersticks, seashell painted within gilt borders, impressed marks, 5cm high (2) £250 - £350 710. John Hopewell (attributed) for Royal Worcester, a bird painted cabinet plate, within sky blue border, 1881, impressed and printed marks, 23cm diameter £50 - £70

717. Doris Lindner for Royal Worcester, two figures of dogs, Golden retriever 3309 and Labrador Retriever 3233, 20cm long (2) £40 - £70 718. W Powell for Royal Worcester, three small bird painted plates, 1917, decorated and titled Gold Finch, Chaffinch and Wagtail, within gilt edged ogee borders, signed, 13.5cm diameter (3) £70 - £100

711. John Hopewell (attributed) for Royal Worcester, a bird painted cabinet plate, within sky blue border, 1881, impressed and printed marks, 23cm diamete £50 - £70 712. H. Russik Marshall, Coloured Worcester Porcelain of the First Period (1751-1783), London 1977 £30 - £50

719 713 713. F G Doughty for Royal Worcester, four children figures including Joan, Michael, Mischief and Two Babies, together with a figure of June by Sybil Williams and Jessamine Bray, puce and painted marks, 11.5cm high (5) £40 - £70

719. George Owen for Royal Worcester, a double walled blind reticulated vase, 1890, ovoid shouldered form, the outer shell pierced with a hexagonal honeycomb lattice and open quatrefoil cartouches, beaded in gilt, the inner body painted in gilt with landscapes, jewelled and tooled to the rim, puce mark, 9cm high £150 - £250

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720 720. E Townsend for Royal Worcester, a fruit painted vase, 1926, globe and shaft form, together with a rose painted vase, of lobed ovoid form, 1910, green and puce marks, 14cm high (2) £60 - £80 721. H Martin for Royal Worcester, a fruit painted plaque set silver mounted and cut glass preserve pot, circa 1912, shouldered conical form, the circular plaque decorated with grapes and cherries, signed, 10cm high £70 - £100

728 728. James Alder for Royal Worcester, Rainbow Lorikeet on Eucalyptus, 1975, realistically modelled in bisque, 47.5cm high £150 - £250

722. 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 £60 - £80 723. A Royal Worcester relief moulded vase, 1867, modelled as an amphora supported on three birds feet encircled by a bracelet with oval cartouches, on a trefoil base, highlighted in gilt with Grecian wave scroll border, black printed mark, 17.5cm high £40 - £70 724. A Royal Worcester blanc de Chine pedestal comport, the relief moulded urchin shell bowl with denticulated rim, supported on three entwined dolphins on a tricorn plinth base with seaweed coral border, impressed marks, 16cm high £30 - £50 725. A Royal Worcester relief moulded floral hanging vase and a pair of vases, in the form of a lily, with green leaves and stem, the pair of spherical form with foliate moulding, green marks, 15cm long £30 - £50 726. A Royal Worcester Mandarin Man candle snuffer, undecorated, together with a bird painted coffee can, probably by John Hopewell, 9.5cm high (2) £40 - £60 727. A Royal Worcester twin handed pedestal vase, 1919, shouldered form, painted with Glasgow School roses, in the Art Nouveau style, highlighted in gilt, puce marks, 28.5cm high £100 - £150

729 729. Bernard Winskill for Royal Worcester, an equestrian figure of the Duke of Marlborough, 1974, modelled on horseback, 47cm high £100 - £200 730. Three Royal Worcester figures, Henry VIII, Queen Elizabeth and Anne Boleyn, 25.5cm high (3) £60 - £100 731. Bernard Winskill for Royal Worcester, an equestrian figure of Queen Elizabeth I, modelled on a horse, circa 1988, 36cm high £100 - £200

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732. Ronald van Ruyckevelt for Royal Worcester, a figure of Elizabeth I, circa 1974, together with a smaller example Queen Elizabeth, 31cm high (2) £80 - £120 733. Four Royal Worcester historical design plates and two dishes, early 20th century, painted and gilded with various floral and Imari designs, the later small dish circa 1970 after the Blind Earl service, 23cm diameter (6) £80 - £120

739. F Sutton for Doulton Burslem, a raised gilt and enamelled vase, inverse baluster form with trumpet neck, the central roundel painted with water carrier, within a border of leaves, on a band of cornucopia and foliate scrolls, the neck decorated with Classical floral garlands and flaming torches, signed, 29.5cm high £400 - £600

743. Four Royal Doulton Mallard duck figures, including Drake on a Rock in two colourways HN132, HN150 and HN114, 15cm high (4) £40 - £70 744. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, a figure group Two Chicks, black glazed, printed mark, 6.5cm high £30 - £50

734. A Royal Worcester painted cabinet plate, 1934, the central roundel decorated with a hunting dog and mallard in highland landscape, within cream and blue borders of gilt foliate and Neoclassical motifs, 26.5cm diameter £50 - £80 735. C Johnson and T Freeman for Royal Worcester, five exotic bird painted plates, Edwardian and later, after 18th century archive examples, including fish scale ground with gilt footrim, blue and gilt bordered dessert dishes etc., signed, 23cm diameter (5) £100 - £150 736. Two Royal Worcester figures, Mary Queen of Scots and Sir Walter Raleigh, 27cm high (2) £50 - £80

742. Leslie Harradine for Royal Doulton, a Polar Bear figure, HN121, modelled sitting, printed Flambe mark, 9cm high £30 - £50

745 745. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, a silver mounted pig dish, HN243, London 1934, 11.5cm long £30 - £50 740 740. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, a Golfing Series ware chamberstick, trumpet form with handle, printed marks, D3395, 19.5cm high £40 - £70

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737 737. H H Price for Royal Worcester, a floral painted cabinet plate, decorated with a vase of flowers, within tooled gilt ogee border, black mark, 27.5cm diameter £100 - £150

741. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, Snoozing Pigs figure group in blue glaze, small version, 9.5cm long £40 - £60

746. Royal Doulton for Louis Wearden and Guy Lee Ltd., British Bulldog figure, Marvel Drill Chuck, circa 1932, 7.5cm high £50 - £80

738. J Birbeck Senior for Royal Doulton, a pair of painted cabinet plates, each with Ptarmigans in mountainous winter landscapes, within tooled gilt borders, signed, gilt footrims, 23cm diameter (2) £120 - £180

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747. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, two elephant figures, one trunk raised, HN891, the other in matte red glaze, 12cm high (2) £40 - £60

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


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757. A Royal Doulton Tommy Bulldog figure, modelled in World War One army costume, khaki glazed, printed mark, 16.5cm high £100 - £200 758. Two Royal Doulton figures, Budgerigar HN2547 and Young Robins HN2553, printed and painted marks, 16.5cm high (2) £70 - £100

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748 748. Joseph Ledger for Royal Doulton, a Langur Monkey figure, HN2657, modelled sitting, 11.5cm high £30 - £50 749. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, a resting ducks figure group and a figure of Drake Mallard HN2555, the first teal blue glazed, 15.5cm high (2) £40 - £70

753. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, three fox figures, HN147 and HN130, two modelled sitting, in different colourways, the other stalking, 22cm long (3) £30 - £50 754. Leslie Harradine for Royal Doulton, a Fox Terrier figure, HN997, modelled sitting, 13.5cm high £40 - £60

750. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, two dog figures, Cavalier King Charles Spaniel HN127 and Puppy HN128, in natural colours, 11cm high (2) £40 - £60

759 759. Leslie Harradine for Royal Doulton, The Bather figure, HN687, circa 1930s, painted marks, 20cm high £80 - £120

755 755. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, Foxes Curled figure group, HN117, grey colourway, printed mark, 10cm high £40 - £70

760. A Beswick figure Huntsman on Rearing Horse, first version, with orange jacket and yellow trousers, 24.5cm high £150 - £200

756. Two Royal Doulton figures, Fan Tail Pigeons HN122 and seated cockerel, printed marks, 10cm high (2) £40 - £70

751 751. Leslie Harradine for Royal Doulton, Cockatoo on a Rock figure, HN185, and a blue glazed butterfly rim ornament, 17cm high (2) £40 - £70

761 761. A Belleek novelty spill vase, modelled as a toad, second period mark, 12cm high £30 - £50

752. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, two fox figures, HN147C, in monochrome glazes, black and teal blue, 15cm high (2) £40 - £70 757

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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765. A Belleek first period Flying Fish vase, pearlescent glaze, modelled as a winged fish with conch shell, printed marks, 11.5cm high £30 - £50

762 762. A Belleek florally encrusted jug, second period mark, relief moulded baluster ewer form with foliate scroll handle, iridescent glaze, applied in high relief with roses, carnations and daisies, 24cm high £40 - £70

766 766. A Belleek first period vase, amphora form, on three hoof feet and tricorn plinth base, relief moulded with acanthus and honeysuckle motifs, black mark, 18cm high £40 - £70 767. An 18th century Dublin Delft blue and white charger, circa 1770, octagonal form, painted with a central floral bouquet, within foliate borders, 37.5cm x 50cm £250 - £350

763 763. A Belleek first period bisque advertising figure, modelled as a Classical woman unveiling a vase, with harp beside, impressed to the plinth Belleek Pottery, printed mark, 45.5cm high £300 - £500 764. A Belleek first period bisque and glazed porcelain figural spill vase, modelled as a boy holding a basket on his shoulder, printed marks, 21.5cm high £70 - £100

768 768. A London Delft blue and white food warmer candlestick, circa 1760, the twin scroll handled cylindrical body with tealight opening and moulded masks, supporting a dish with foliate handles and candle sconce cover, 26.5cm high Provenance: Jonathan Horne labels to base

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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772. A pair of Wedgwood black basalt candlesticks, circa 1820, fluted column form, on square bases, the capitals applied with rosettes, impressed Wedgwood, 16.5cm high (2) £60 - £80 773. A Wedgwood green and white Jasperware vase, twin handled squat Kantharos form, circa 1820s, applied with a fruiting vine to the rim, on square base with honeysuckle and rosette motifs, impressed Wedgwood, 17cm high £70 - £100 769 769. A Delft blue and white plate, circa 1760, central floral sprig within a double concentric ring, bordered in floral and rosette lappets, 22cm diameter £40 - £70

774. A Wedgwood black basalt vase, circa 1850s, footed conical form, with pierced grille, applied with Classical figures, between fruiting vine and floral borders, impressed Wedgwood, 17.5cm high £50 - £80

770. A 19th century Prattware figure of Cupid, modelled kneeling, on square base, 11cm high £30 - £50

776. A Copeland Spode parian paperweight figure of Jumbo, circa 1876, realistically modelled as the elephant, cold painted in natural colours, impressed marks and printed, 12.5cm high £80 - £120 777. Two Wedgwood Jasperware pots, circa 1850, one of jardiniere form, white over blue, applied with scenes from Perseus, below swagged grape vines and ringed lions masks, the preserve pot with Classical figures and plated metal lid, impressed Wedgwood marks, 9.5cm high (2) £40 - £60 778. 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 £40 - £60

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771 771. A 19th century green glazed earthenware jug, possibly Farnham, ovoid form, incised to the shoulder with concentric rings, 27.5cm high £60 - £80

775. Two Wedgwood Jasperware urn vases and covers, late 19th century, twin handled, one white on blue, ogee gourd form with Classical roundels and laurel swags, the other, white on black with Classical maidens dancing, on square bases, impressed Wedgwood, Made in England, 23.5cm high (2) £70 - £100

779 779. A Spode beaded and chased gold twin handled vase, Campana form, circa 1810, matte blue ground with tooled gilt basket of flowers, the handles with spaniel heads, between bands of bead and burnished gilt, 13.5cm high £40 - £60 780. A Davenport blue and white part dinner service, Chinoiserie Ruins, circa 1820, including dessert dishes, tureen, platters, pickle dish, plates, pedestal comport etc. (q) £200 - £400 781. A large pearlware dish, circa 1800, painted in Prattware colours with floral sprigs, moulded and blue tinted feather edge, 34cm diameter £60 - £100

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782. A pair of Staffordshire pearlware figures, circa 1800, modelled as shepherd and shepherdess with musical instruments, seated in front of bocage, on foliate scroll bracket bases, 19cm high (2) £150 - £250

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789. A Staffordshire Prattware sponge decorated cow creamer, modelled standing, with calf below, on plinth base, 12cm high £70 - £100 790. A commemorative transfer printed jug, Champions of Reform, purple portraits of Earl Grey, Lord John Russell and Baron Brougham, 15cm high £30 - £50 791. 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 £20 - £40 792. A commemorative transfer printed bowl, for Albert Grant MP for Kidderminster, circa 1865, rounded form with blue rim, 16cm diameter £20 - £40 793. Two Wedgwood style portrait plaques, Nelson and Josiah Wedgwood, modelled in relief in brown basalt, bust form in profile, 9cm x 7cm £60 - £80

783 783. A lead glazed puzzle jug, 18th or 19th century, bulbous form with reticulated lattice neck and hoop handle, 25cm high £100 - £150 784. A Walton Staffordshire pearlware figure of a trumpet player and another figure of Dr Syntax, circa 1820s, 15.5cm high £80 - £120 785. Three pearlware figures, circa 1800, including ‘Frute Boy’, Shepherd and Shepherdess, modelled standing with bocage, on plinth bases, 14cm high (3) £80 - £120 786. Two ironstone dragon handled porter mugs or tankards, Masons and Davenport, decorated with Imari designs, 12.5cm high (2) £100 - £150

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787. Prattware, two pot lids including The Wolf and the Lamb, both with bases (2) £10 - £20

794. Six Staffordshire figures, including Eva and Uncle Tom, Horse spill vase, married couple, etc., 24cm high (6) £50 - £80

788 788. A Staffordshire Elephant of Siam spill vase, circa 1850, modelled after a scene from the play with Almansor escaping from a castle, encrusted with shredded clay, 16.5cm high £80 - £120 795 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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795. A salt glazed stoneware Reform flask, modelled as William IV, impressed William IV the Reform Cordial, 21.5cm high £100 - £150 796. 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 £50 - £80 797. Four ironstone dragon handled jugs, Masons and Davenport, various sizes, Imari and cobalt blue decorated, impressed and printed marks, 20cm high (4) £40 - £70

799. Three Worcester porcelain vessels, circa 1750s to 1770s, including polychrome decorated leaf moulded dish with fish scale blue ground and gilt edged floral cartouches, blue and white canon ball teapot, saucer and a cylinder mug, blue marks, 25cm long (4) £80 - £120 800. A pearlware relief moulded portrait plaque of a sailor, modelled in profile, within integral frame, 20.5cm x 17.5cm £40 - £70 801. A Victorian relief moulded lustre commemorative jug for the Duke of Wellington, circa 1840, conical form with foliate scrolls, mask spout and full length seated portrait cameos to each side, 21.5cm high £30 - £50

798. A Derby porcelain figure, the Welch Tailor’s Wife, circa 1770, modelled as a woman with children riding a goat, patch marks, 28cm high £200 - £300

END OF SALE

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Jewellery and Watches - 23rd April 2021 Entries Invited

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Highlights From our Winter 2020 Auctions

Josef Lorenzl Goldscheider figure of Pierrette - £1,700

Collection of 17th and 18th century Delft - £65,950 (Total)

16th century Nuremburg silver goblet - £5,700

18th century school, country house landscape - £17,000

Hans Coper, studio pottery vase £30,000

Rene Lalique Archers glass vase £11,000

Daum, Nancy, cameo glass shade £7,500

Paul Ysart, Monart glass paperweight £1,100

Master Incolor bakelite cocktail shaker £1,400

Now Consigning for our May Fine & Decorative Art Auction Telephone: 01386 244224 Mobile: 07976 919836 Email: enquiries@kinghamandorme.com Website: www.kinghamandorme.com


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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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