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Matthew Barton Ltd Decorative Works of Art Tuesday 3rd June 2014


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Matthew Barton Ltd DECORATIVE WORKS OF ART including a Danish Private Collection of Objects of Vertu; The Speaker’s Lions and Crowns

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION AT Matthew Barton Ltd 25 Blythe Road London W14 0PD

PUBLIC EXHIBITION Sunday 1st June 12 noon to 4pm Monday 2nd June 10am to 7pm Tuesday 3rd June 10am to 12.30pm (Limited viewing)

DAY OF SALE

Tuesday 3rd June 2014 at 1.30pm, precisely This auction is conducted by Matthew Barton Ltd in accordance with our Conditions of Business printed in the back of this catalogue.

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR BUYERS All lots are offered subject to Matthew Barton Ltd’s Condition’s of Business and to reserves. The Conditions of Business for Buyers, are published at the end of the printed catalogue. PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL MEASUREMENTS ARE APPROXIMATE, THAT WEIGHTS MAY ONLY BE ACCURATE TO WITHIN 5 GRAMS AND THAT ILLUSTRATIONS ARE NOT TO SCALE. Export and Permits: it is the purchaser’s sole responsibility to identify and obtain any necessary export, import, endangered species or other permit for any lot. Matthew Barton Ltd makes no representations or warranties as to whether any lot is or is not subject to export or import restrictions or any embargoes. It is common practice for many gemstones to be treated by a variety of methods to enhance their appearance and the international jewellery trade has generally accepted these methods. Although heat enhancement of colour is usually permanent, in some cases this could affect the durability of a gemstone. Oiled gemstones may need re-oiling after a certain period. If no gemmological report is published in the catalogue, prospective buyers should assume that the gemstones or pearls may have been enhanced by some method. Buyers should be aware that Matthew Barton Ltd’s saleroom estimates assume that gemstones or pearls may have been subjected to such treatments. Estimates are published as a guide only and are subject to review. The actual hammer price of a lot may well be higher or lower than the range of figures given and there are no fixed “starting prices”. A Buyer’s premium of 20% is applicable to all lots in this sale. The Buyer’s Premium is subject to VAT at the standard rate (currently 20%). Unless otherwise indicated lots are offered for sale under the auctioneer's margin scheme and VAT on the Buyer’s Premium is payable by all buyers. Lots marked with the symbol ‡ have been imported from outside the European Union (EU) to be sold at auction under Temporary Import Rules. When released to buyers within the EU, including the UK, the buyer will become the importer and must pay VAT at the rate of 5% on the hammer price and 20% on the Buyer’s premium. Buyers outside the EU will normally be eligible to obtain a refund in respect of temporary import VAT, upon satisfactory documentary evidence of exportation. Further information on this matter is available on request. Matthew Barton Ltd will be pleased to execute bids on behalf of those clients unable to attend the sale in person, subject to our Conditions of Business. All bids must be signed and submitted in writing in good time and lots will always be purchased as cheaply as possible (depending on any other bids received, reserves and competition in the saleroom). This service is offered free of charge. Matthew Barton Ltd can supply quotations for shipping of purchases, including transit insurance and VAT refund administration fees, and will assist in the application for any export licenses which may be required. Buyers are reminded that it is their responsibility to comply with UK export regulations and with any local import requirements.

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Matthew Barton Ltd Tuesday 3rd June 2014 Sale Starts at 1.30pm

1 1 A BLUE AND WHITE TILE PANEL (AZULEJOS), PORTUGUESE, CIRCA 1760 painted with a scene of St Benedict the Solitary, depicted in his hermitage holding the woodcutter’s axe, above him the bell-tied rope by which bread will be lowered by the neighbouring hermit Romano, who arrives to the right, all in a formal shellwork border 71 x 108cm excluding wood frame, restorations

2 A LARGE FIGURE OF ‘COUNT BRUHL’S TAILOR’, PROBABLY GERMAN, 20TH CENTURY after the Meissen model by J.J. Kändler, sitting astride a billygoat, wearing spectacles, a floral coat, boots and a tricorn hat, the tools of his trade all about him 40cm high, damage £200-300

£800-1200 3 A TROMPE L’OEIL DISH, PROBABLY ITALIAN 18TH CENTURY the circular dish filled with a variety of fruits, vegetable and nuts 24cm diameter, damage £200-300

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4 A MEISSEN PUG PAPERWEIGHT, CIRCA 1900 outside decorated with floral sprigs and gilt borders, typical form surmounted by the figure of the recumbent pug, cancelled blue crossed swords mark and inscribed numbers, 19.5cm long, one front leg missing; together with a German porcelain model of a pug, circa 1900, seated after the Kaendler Meissen model, brown body, 10.5cm high (2) £100-200 5 TWO MEISSEN MODELS OF PUGS, LATE 19TH CENTURY modelled opposing and recumbent, cream bodies with gilt balls to the blue collars, blue crossed swords marks and impressed numbers 7.5cm long £250-350 6 A DERBY MODEL OF A PUG, CIRCA 1770 seated after the Kaendler Meissen model, beige body on rocaille base, impressed 3 mark 7cm high £150-250

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7 A MEISSEN MODEL OF A PUG, CIRCA 1860-80 seated after the Kaendler Meissen model, brown body on a naturalistic oval base, blue crossed swords mark and impressed numbers 15cm high, restoration £180-220

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8 A PAIR OF CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN MODELS OF PUGS, PROBABLY GERMAN, LATE 19TH CENTURY seated after the Kaendler Meissen model, the brown bodies with blue and gilt collars 17cm high, one leg repaired £200-300 9 A CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN MODEL OF A PUG, PROBABLY GERMAN, CIRCA 1900 seated after the Kaendler Meissen model, the brown body with white and gilt collar with bells 21.5cm high

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£200-300

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10 10 A MATCHED SET OF TWELVE MONKEY BAND FIGURES, ONE MEISSEN, NINE DRESDEN, TWO UNMARKED, LATE 19TH / 20TH CENTURY after the J.J. Kaendler models for Meissen, gilt scroll bases, Meissen crossed swords mark and blue printed Dresden marks conductor 16cm high £400-600 11 A COFFEE SET, GERMAN, CIRCA 1900 each painted with vignettes of ducks or parrots and floral sprigs, comprising: a coffee pot and cover (cover repaired), a sugar bowl and cover, a cream jug and four cups and four saucers, with painted puce spurious Ludwigsburg crowned Cs marks coffee pot 17cm high (13)

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£150-200

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14 A PAIR OF ORMOLU-MOUNTED MENNECY POT POURRI VASES AND COVERS, THE PORCELAIN CIRCA 1740-50 of bulbous form, applied with mayflowers probably later decorated in purple and yellow against a turquoise ground, the pierced covers rising to flower finials, with openwork flowering ormolu tendrils to the neck and sides, on ormolu openwork Rococo scroll bases 16.5cm high £800-1200

12 12 A FRENCH PORCELAIN AND ORMOLU-MOUNTED POURRI VASE AND COVER, PROBABLY SAINT-CLOUD, CIRCA 1740 the bulbous body applied in high relief with flowering branches and pierced with trefoils within pellet pierced roundels, supported on three crouching naked figures and triangular rocky base, on a contemporary openwork Rococo scroll ormolu stand stand 22cm wide

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£2000-3000

15 A MENNECY MILK JUG, CIRCA 1760 the pear shaped body painted each side with sprays of flowers, the branch moulded handle terminating in fruit and leaves, incised DV mark 13.5cm high £400-600

13 13 A CHANTILLY POT-POURRI VASE, CIRCA 1745 the white cupped body moulded in low relief with overlapping leaves and applied with three coloured flowering branches, supported by seven curled leaves standing free of a short stem and low domed base, hunting horn mark in iron-red 12.5cm high For a pair of white examples of similar models with covers, see Geneviève Le Duc, Porcelaine tendre de Chantilly au XVIIIe siècle, Paris, 1996, p.137. £600-900

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16 16 A GROUP OF MENNECY TEAWARES, CIRCA 1760 all painted with scattered flower sprays, comprising: a lobed cylindrical sucrier, painted with birds, the domed cover with flower finial, 9cm high, a small globular teapot and cover, 10cm high, and a cup and saucer, incised D.V marks (6) £700-1000

‡17 A MEISSEN COFFEE POT AND COVER, ACADEMIC PERIOD, CIRCA 1770 the baluster body painted with two vignettes of huntsmen and hounds in landscapes, the domed cover with huntsmen resting on a hillock, their dogs at their feet, crossed swords and dot mark in underglaze blue 28cm high ‡ £300-400

18 ‡18 A MEISSEN PURPLE-GROUND CUP AND SAUCER, CIRCA 1740-45 the cup reserved with two quatrelobe panels painted with river and lakeside scenes, the interior with another riverside scene within iron-red circles, the handle picked out in gilding, the saucer with a landscape scene within ironred circle, underglaze blue crossed swords marks; together with a Meissen shaped oval purple-ground sweetmeat dish, circa 1740-45, reserved with a quatrelobe riverside scene bordered in gilding, underglaze blue crossed swords mark, impressed number ‘2.’, 15.5cm long (3) ‡ £600-900

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19 ‡19 A MEISSEN PORCELAIN SUGAR BOX AND COVER, CIRCA 1723-25 painted with Chinoiserie scenes including a reclining courtesan with fan, separated by indianische Blumen, the cover with further figures feeding birds and animals within gilt lambrequin and red fungus borders, K.P.M. mark in underglaze blue, each piece with gilder’s mark ‘14’ 11cm long Literature: Enrico Caviglia, Porcellane di Meissen, Lugano, 1992, pp.104-107. ‡ £5000-7000

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21 A CAPODIMONTE BEAKER, CIRCA 1745-50 enamelled in tones of green and brown with a group of ruined columns and an obelisk in a forest clearing, a tablet inscribed ‘V.S.V.R.I’, traces of blue fleur-de-lys mark 7cm high

‡20 A MEISSEN PORCELAIN CUP AND SAUCER, CIRCA 1740-45 the cup painted with a continuous harbour scene, the interior with another in puce camaieu within iron-red circles, the handle picked out in gilding, the saucer also with a harbour scene within ironred circles, underglaze blue crossed swords marks

For a celebrated set of four beakers of this form, decorated with musical subjects, see Francesco Stazzi, Capodimonte, Milan, 1972, pl.54. Decoration of this type is usually attributed to Giovanni Caselli, but here the ‘pencilled’ style is closer to that on a very similar beaker in the Duca di Martina Museum, Naples, see A. Carola-Perrotti, Le Porcellane dei Borbone, Naples, 1986, No.48.

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£600-800

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22 22 A PAIR OF BERLIN MARBLE GROUND CABINET CUPS AND SAUCERS, CIRCA 1810 white marbled ground with cut-cornered oblong panels painted with motifs emblematic of love, each cup with one panel with an inscribed drapery swag: ‘Il va en croissant.’ (He goes from strength to strength) and ‘l’inconstance l’entraine.’ (Inconstancy attracts him), plain gilt borders, gilt interiors, blue sceptre marks cups 7.5cm high £1000-1500 23 FIFTEEN LUDWIGSBURG PLATES, LATE 18TH CENTURY painted with floral sprays surrounded by further scattered flowers, ozier moulded borders and puce line rims, one with Rococo cartouche moulded rim, interlaced C or crowned interlaced C marks approximately 25cm diameter £400-600 24 A SET OF ELEVEN LUDWIGSBURG PLATES, CIRCA 1800 painted with floral sprays surrounded by scattered flowers, ozier moulded border and gilt line rims, feather mark 24cm diameter

25 25 A PAIR OF LUDWIGSBURG PLATES, CIRCA 1770 each painted with river landscapes including figures on bridges on puce, gilt and green Rococo foliate half cartouches, oziermoulded borders painted with scattered flowers, gilt line rims, blue interlaced C marks, one crowned 24.5cm diameter (2) £300-400

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26 A SEVRES AND ‘SEVRES’ STYLE COMPOSITE PART SERVICE, ‘LE SERVICE DE CHASSE DE FONTAINEBLEAU’, CIRCA 1838-1845 AND LATER printed and painted with game animals and birds among arabesques reserved with trophies and Louis-Philippe’s cypher, between gilt lines and key-pattern borders, comprising: two teapots and covers, a hot-water jug and cover, two milk jugs, two two-handled sugar bowls and covers, nine large teacups and saucers, printed blue crowned LP within double circle marks, printed iron-red Château de Fontainebleau marks, various incised painters’ and gilders’ marks Provenance: The Collection of Sir Gawaine and Lady Baillie; Christie’s, London, 10th June 2010, lot 197 Le Service de Chasse de Fontainebleau was purchased by Louis-Philippe between 1839-1841, having been ordered on 26 June 1835. The original service consisted of over 2,000 pieces, and the decoration was based on drawings by JeanCharles François Leloy. For a discussion of the service, see Gérard Barbe, Le Service du Roi Louis Philippe au Château de Fontainebleau, Paris, 1988, pls. V, X, XIII, XIV, XVI and the drawings by Leloy; also Tamara Préaud, ed., The Sèvres Porcelain Manufactory, Alexandre Brogniart and the Triumph of Art and Industry, 1800-1847, The Bard Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts, New Haven, Exhibition Catalogue 1997, pp. 378-380, no. 154 a-c. £3000-5000

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27 27 A PAIR OF ‘SEVRES’ STYLE VASES HOLLANDAISES, MID 19TH CENTURY flared shaped oval, painted with differing scenes of courting children alternating with panels of exotics birds and flowers or musical instruments within gilt foliate borders, deep blue ground, separate spreading bases with floral panels 21cm wide £600-900


28 A GERMAN PORCELAIN FIGURE OF BACCHUS, PERHAPS MEISSEN, CIRCA 1760 draped in a goatskin, holding a bunch of grapes to his mouth, a basket of grapes at his feet 14.5cm high, chips and restored £150-250

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29 29 A PORCELAIN FIGURE OF A LIONESS, IN MEISSEN STYLE modelled after Kaendler, snarling, with one paw raised 8.5cm long Provenance: The Collection of Sir Gawaine and Lady Baillie £200-300

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30 30 A PAIR OF GERMAN PORCELAIN MINIATURE FIGURES OF TURKEY HENS, PROBABLY MEISSEN, 19TH CENTURY with blue heads and red wattles, their plumage picked out in tones of brown, each standing on a mound base, crossed swords marks in underglaze-blue 5.5cm. high, repair to one neck

31 A HÖCHST FIGURE OF CYNTHIO, MODELLED BY JOHANN CHRISTOPH LUDWIG VON LÜCKE (1703-1780), CIRCA 1752 standing in duelling pose against a tree stump, with a black and gilt bordered tricorn hat and a matt red coat over a yellow waistcoat with fringed flaps, on a waisted square blue edged base, underside with old inventory number ‘241’ 21.5cm high, some repairs and chips Cynthio (otherwise known as Lelio) and Isabella are one of the foremost pairs of lovers from the Commedia del’Arte. He is usually portrayed wearing the lastest fashion, of aristocratic demeanour, although he is sometimes seen as faintly ridiculous.

Provenance: The Collection of Sir Gawaine and Lady Baillie; Sotheby’s, London, 17th June 1986, lot 143 (part)

See Giovanni & Gabriella Barrilla Collection, Sotheby’s, London, 14 March 2012, lot 164 and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Accession No.43.100.46, for further examples this model.

£300-400

£3000-4000

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33 A MEISSEN MINIATURE FIGURE OF A WILD BOAR, CIRCA 1750 modelled seated with head turned and mouth open, his coat marked in light brown, the shaped oval base applied with flowers, crossed swords mark in underglaze-blue 5.5cm. high, minor restoration and chips Provenance: The Collection of Sir Gawaine and Lady Baillie; Sotheby’s, London, 17th June 1986, lot 131 Exhibited: London, Asprey, no. 21 Kändler’s work records for August 1746 records ‘1 wildes Schwein poussiret, ohngefähr 3 Zoll hoch’ [modelled 1 wild boar, approximately 3 Zoll high]. A similar example is illustrated by Carl Albiker, Die Meissner Porzellantiere im 18. Jahrhundert, Berlin, 1959, no. 222. A similar figure of a boar was modelled as a sugar-paste table decoration for the Anna-Fest held at Schloss Moritzburg in July 1738. £600-800

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32 A MEISSEN FIGURE OF A BOLOGNESE SPANIEL, CIRCA 1743 modelled by J. J. Kändler, free-standing, modelled seated, scratching under its chin with its hind leg 19cm. high, restoration to right foreleg Provenance: The Collection of Sir Gawaine and Lady Baillie; The Count Alcario Palmieri Collection, Christie’s London, 28th March 1996, lot 7 The present model was created to form a pair and is recorded in Kändler’s Taxa for 1740-1744 as follows: “2. Pologneser oder Zottligte Hunde, gegen einan der sehend auff Camine zu sezen, davon einer sich krazet, der andere aber auffrecht sizet, pro 1. Stück...4. Thlr.” [2 Bolognese or shaggy dogs, to set on a chimney looking at each other, one of which scratching itself, the other sitting upright...4. Thlr.]. For a figure similar to the present example, see Carl Albiker, Die Meissner Porzellantiere im 18. Jahrhundert, Berlin, 1959, Nos.187/188. £2000-3000

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34 THREE MEISSEN MINIATURE FIGURES OF MONKEYS, CIRCA 1740-50 modelled by J. J. Kändler, each modelled facing to the left holding a red fruit, seated on a mound base picked out in green and yellow 3.7cm. high, some restoration

35 A MEISSEN MINIATURE FIGURE OF A OF A SQUIRREL, CIRCA 1750 modelled by J. J. Kändler, wearing a puce collar, each on a mound base picked out in green and yellow, crossed swords mark in underglaze-blue 4.5cm. high

Provenance: The Collection of Sir Gawaine and Lady Baillie; two Sotheby’s London, 17th June 1986, lot 133; one Christie’s, London, 24 February 1997, lot 298

Provenance: The Collection of Sir Gawaine and Lady Baillie £300-400

A miniature monkey of this model is illustrated by Rainer Rückert, Meissner Porzellan, 1710-1810, Munich, 1966, pl.264, No.1063, who cites Kändler’s work records for July 1735: ‘Einen Tobacks Stopffer in Gestalt eines kleinen Affens, wie er auf einem Postament sitzet’ [A pipe tamper in the form of a small monkey seated on a pedestal]. £800-1200

36 A MEISSEN MINIATURE FARMYARD GROUP, CIRCA 1765 modelled as a hen and seven chicks pecking grain from the ground, crossed swords and dot mark in underglaze-blue 9cm long, some restoration Provenance: The Collection of Sir Gawaine and Lady Baillie; Christie’s Geneva, 11th May 1987, lot 204; Brian Haughton Antiques, London, 15th June 1987 £1200-1800

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39 A GERMAN PORCELAIN FIGURE OF A TURKEY COCK, POSSIBLY FÜRSTENBERG, CIRCA 1770 standing astride rockwork, with blue and red wattle and comb, its plumage and tail feathers picked out in brown and black, crossed swords mark in underglaze-blue 10cm. high, minor chip and restoration Provenance: The Collection of Sir Gawaine and Lady Baillie; Lempertz Cologne, 23rd March 1991, lot 186

37 37 A MEISSEN FIGURE OF A STANDING MULE, CIRCA 1745 modelled by J. J. Kändler, with light brown markings, supported on a tree stump and oval mound base applied with flowers and leaves, crossed swords mark in underglaze-blue 12.5cm. long, some restoration Provenance: The Collection of Sir Gawaine and Lady Baillie; Christie’s, London, 24th February 1997, lot 295 £800-1200

For a similar model ascribed to Meissen see Ulrich Pietsch, Die figürliche Meissner Porzellanplastick von Gottlieb Kirchner und Johann Joachim Kaendler, Munich, 2006, p.203, no.317; and Melitta KunzeKöllensperger, Alexanders Tiere Sammlung, Berlin, 1999, No.106.

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£300-400 40 A SET OF TWELVE ENGLISH CREAMWARE PLATES, CIRCA 1760-70 the borders pierced with formal flowerheads with fluted and beaded borders, 25cm diameter, one cracked, one discoloured, minor rim chips; together with an Eastern French faience bowl, shaped square, painted in Strasbourg style with a vignette of a Chinaman on an island, 26cm wide, restored (13) Provenance: The Collection of Sir Gawaine and Lady Baillie £200-300

38 38 A MEISSEN FIGURE OF A RECUMBENT COW, CIRCA 1745 its coat with brown markings 11cm. long, some restoration Provenance: The Collection of Sir Gawaine and Lady Baillie; Lempertz Cologne, 23rd March 1991, lot 198

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Similar examples are illustrated by Carl Albiker, Die Meissner Porzellantiere im 18. Jahrhundert, Berlin, 1959, No.218 and Melitta Kunze-Köllensperger, Alexanders Tiere Sammlung, Berlin, 1999, No.48.

41 A QUANTITY OF AUCTION CATALOGUES many marked up and with notes from Sir Gawaine and/or Lady Baillie, together with a further quantity of books on porcelain - for full listing see online versions of the catalogue

£600-800

Provenance: The Collection of Sir Gawaine and Lady Baillie £400-600

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43 A RICHARD GINORI PART SERVICE, 1920s each painted with a different titled wild animal, gilt line borders, comprising: a tureen and cover, a pair of oval dishes, a pair of tazze, three platters, nine dessert plates, and a pair of soup bowls, green printed Ginori and red printed Richard Ginori marks one tazza restored (19)

42 TWO LARGE ITALIAN CREAMWARE GROUPS OF NEPTUNE AND AMPHITRITE, PROBABLY GINORI, MID 19TH CENTURY figures in shells drawn by hippocampi or dolphins and surrounded by attendants, on spumy bases, one with impressed crowned N 50cm wide, one with restorations £700-1000

£800-1200

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‡44 TWO CASTELLI MAIOLICA PLAQUES, PROBABLY GENTILE WORKSHOP, CIRCA 1720-1730 rectangular, one with the Sacrifice of Isaac, the other with a princess swooning before a king, supported by her handmaidens, in ebonised frames, the first with several flakes, typical edge chips approximately 19cm by 26cm excluding ebonised frames ‡ £1000-1500

45 A CHELSEA TRIANGLE PERIOD ‘TEA-PLANT’ WHITE BEAKER, CIRCA 1745-49 the lobed body moulded with spiralling tea branches 7.5cm high The Chelsea ‘tea-plant’ series was confined to the Triangle Period. Known in both the white and with coloured decoration, the wares appear as coffee pots, beakers, sugar boxes and saucers but, paradoxically, no teapots or teabowls have been recorded. For other beakers see: Bonham’s, London, 21 November 2001, lot 352, Bonham’s, Chester, 15 March 2011, lot 2 and Sotheby’s, London, 15 July 2004, lot 119. £1500-2000

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46 46 AN ENGLISH PORCELAIN YELLOW-GROUND PART TEA SERVICE, PROBABLY COALPORT, CIRCA 1805 comprising: a teapot and cover, a slop bowl, a sugar bowl and cover, a milk jug, five coffee cans and five saucers, five cups and five saucers (26) Provenance: The Collection of Sir Gawaine and Lady Baillie £800-1200

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47 A GRAINGER’S WORCESTER TETE-A-TETE, CIRCA 1900 painted with birds in branches inside a cobalt blue border gilt with a diaper pattern and flowerheads, comprising: rectangular tray, teapot and cover, milk jug, two cups and saucers, brown printed marks, Phillips retailer’s mark, painted pattern 3813 tray 28cm wide

48 A MINTON CELADON AND WHITE GLAZED PARIAN ‘MERMAID EWER’, CIRCA 1871 each side moulded with a putto holding leafy branches, either side of a satyr mask, the handle modelled as a mermaid, impressed marks and date code for 1871 19cm high

£300-400

£500-700

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51 A DERBY FIGURE OF A BAGPIPER, CIRCA 1765 the young man in a gilt sprigged pink coat and breeches with peacock feathers, low bocage behind, on a flower strewn and scroll base 20cm high, restored £150-250

51 49 49 A DERBY FIGURE OF A RANELAGH DANCER, CIRCA 1765 the young woman holding out a flower posy, a portrait miniature of a beau on her hip suspended from a pink ribbon, her dress with floral sprigs in the manner of the cotton-stem painter, on scrollwork base 30cm high, restored £400-700

52 52 A COLLECTION OF THREE WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE SPARROW BEAK JUGS, CIRCA 1760-70 one painted, the others printed tallest 11.5cm £200-300

50 50 A DERBY FIGURE OF DIANA, CIRCA 1760 modelled striding, reaching for an arrow with her right hand, a recumbent hound at her feet and low bocage to one side, wearing a flowered robe and a purple sash 27cm high, restored

53 A COALPORT BASKET, CIRCA 1830 flower wreathed rim and painted with further flowers and gilt scrolls to interior, pale blue exterior 22cm long, chips

£200-300

£60-100

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54 54 A PAIR OF SAMSON ALLEGORICAL FIGURES OF EUROPE AND ASIA Europe standing in front of a lion holding a grape-laden cornucopia, Asia in front of a camel, each on open scrollwork bases with puce, gilt and blue highlights 26.5cm high, restored

57 A CHINESE CELADON PORCELAIN DISH, MING/YUAN with impressed pattern of parallel lines 28cm diameter £150-200

£300-500 55 A PAIR OF DERBY FIGURES OF MILTON AND SHAKESPEARE, CIRCA 1770 each modelled standing beside a plinth piled with books upon which each rests an arm 29cm high

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58 A SET OF SIX CHINESE PORCELAIN SNUFF OR SCENT BOTTLES, 20TH CENTURY of cylindrical form, painted in underglaze blue and iron red with similar designs of rocks and figures in a river landscape, with hardstone stoppers 10cm high £120-180

56 56 A NEAR PAIR OF COALPORT VASES AND COVERS, CIRCA 1900 urn-shaped, moulded with ram’s mask handles, covers with pineapple finials, deep blue ground and ivory borders with gilt decoration, one painted with an oval of exotic birds and trees, the other with an oval view of Loch Tay signed E.O. Ball, printed marks 31cm high £300-400

59 59 A CHINESE ‘TEA DUST’ GLAZE POTTERY EWER, PROBABLY SONG DYNASTY (960-1279) plain bulbous, short spout 17.5cm high £120-180

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61 A CHINESE PORCELAIN BLUE AND WHITE BOTTLE VASE, KANGXI (1662-1722) the pear-shaped body rising from a straight foot to a tapering neck, painted to the exterior with pendent lappet-shaped cartouches divided by foliate scrolls and variously enclosing stylised floral sprays, all between ruyi and pointed lappets, the neck similarly decorated with stylised ruyi motifs below a lappet band, the neck reduced and bound with a silver rim 27.5cm high £1500-2500

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60 A CHINESE PORCELAIN BLUE AND WHITE EWER, CHONGZHEN (1627-1644) the globular body rising from a spreading foot to a waisted neck, set with a loop handle, the body brightly painted with a kneeling attendant offering an official’s hat to a dignitary surrounded by further attendants and soldiers, all between a floral scroll and lappet band, the foot encircled by wavy lappets, the neck and the handle decorated with stylised floral sprays, the neck perhaps reduced and mounted with an engraved silver rim stamped ‘925’ 35cm high £3000-5000

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62 A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN WRIST REST, DAOGUANG MARK AND PROBABLY PERIOD pierced to each end, painted with scrolling lotus 14cm long £150-250

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63 A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN OPIUM PIPE BASE, 18TH/19TH CENTURY ogee shaped, painted with mythological creatures amongst water reeds and flames above a peaked wave band, 13cm high; together with a pair of Kangxi blue and white porcelain dishes, with auspicious Buddhist emblems, Chenghua marks within double rings, cracks, 16cm diameter (3)

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64 A PAIR OF CHINESE CLOISONNÉ QUAIL CENSERS AND COVERS, LATE 18TH / EARLY 19TH CENTURY the opposing pair of standing birds in predominantly blue enamel with gilt metal open beaks revealing the tongues and on gilt metal legs, undersides each with label for John Sparks Ltd., 128 Mount Street W. 12.5cm high Provenance: John Sparks Ltd., London, 1960s; private collection, London. £2000-3000 65 A CHINESE CLOISONNE COCKEREL ON A DRUM, LATE 19TH / EARLY 20TH CENTURY the yellow, blue and red bird standing on a blue-ground barrel with yellow dragons, blue integral stand with four spreading legs 42cm high A subject more common in Japanese art, the cock on a ceremonial drum symbolises peace.

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66 A CHINESE BONE MODEL OF A FLOWER BOAT, CANTON, SECOND HALF 19TH CENTURY the carpeted cabins with stained furniture and shaded by fretwork pierced panels, the foredeck with figures around a tea table, the upper deck set with plants beneath the sign ‘Verdant Bamboos’, the roofline with flags and lanterns, the entrance portico inscribed with a verse extract and a couplet, on a cloth-covered stand 38.5cm long excluding hardwood base Verse extract from ‘An Epigraph in Praise of My Humble House’ by Liu Yuxi (772-842), couplet derived from Wang Wenzhi (1730-1802). In the 18th and 19th century brightly decorated ‘Flower Boats’ thronged the waterways of Canton. Although more innocent entertainments were available to gentlemen, such as wine and song provided by the ‘flowers’ (the ladies on board), in general the term ‘Flower Boat’ referred to floating brothels, servicing the needs of the foreign sailors and traders, among others. Models of these pleasure craft became popular souvenir items. In about 1803 a model was brought back to England by Richard Hall, a senior merchant of the East India Company. This model is preserved today at the Victoria and Albert Museum (No. A.6-1936). For other comparable models to the present example see: the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, object ID OBJ0437; the Mariner’s Museum, Newport News VA, No. MP30; and the Topkapi Palace Museum, Istanbul.

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£500-800

67 A CHINESE BONE MODEL OF A FLOWER BOAT, CANTON, SECOND HALF 19TH CENTURY the carpeted cabins with stained furniture and shaded by fretwork pierced panels, the foredeck with figures around a tea table before a verandah and doorway flanked by an inscribed couplet, the upper deck set with plants, the bow with flags and lanterns, on a cloth-covered stand 33.5cm long The couplet reads in translation: The fish is swimming across the green water / The bee is flying into the red heart of the flower. £400-600

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70 70 A CHINESE SILVER CARD CASE, TREATY PORTS, CIRCA 1900 oblong, the front chased with a dragon amidst clouds on a matted ground surrounding a heart-shaped cartouche initialled JNB, the reverse with prunus blossom, chop mark 8cm high £220-280

68 68 A CHINESE CORAL CARVING, EARLY 20TH CENTURY of flowering plum branches with birds both perched and flying about 25cm high excluding hardwood stand £2000-3000

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71 A COLLECTION OF CHINESE OR STRAITS CHINESE SILVER SMALLWORK, EARLY 20TH CENTURY comprising: three toys, two modelled as palanquins, one as a rickshaw, first two with chop and ‘90’ marks, latter with chop and ‘85’ mark, longest 11.5cm, three dishes each set with Chinese silver dollars against a punched ground, unmarked, 10cm diameter, a shaped oblong filigree card case, unmarked, 10.5cm long, and a pair of filigree teaspoons, unmarked, 11cm long (9) £250-350

69 A CHINESE GILDED BRONZE FIGURE OF A MONK, MING DYNASTY (1368-1644) with traces of lacquer, modelled with hands clasped in prayer, on integral two-tier openwork stand 30.5cm high £600-800

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74 74 AN INDIAN SILVER MILK JUG AND SUGAR BOWL, OOMERSI MAWJI, BHUJ (KUTCH, GUJARAT), LATE 19TH CENTURY chased with panels of scrolling foliage below waved rims and above a band of stiff leafage, milk jug with snake handle milk jug 8cm high, 240gr (7oz) (2) £600-900

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72 TWO CHINESE SILVER DISHES IN SIZES, 19th/20TH CENTURY in George III style, moulded borders with gadroon rims, larger with poorly struck and rubbed mark, smaller with two chop marks 36cm and 23cm diameter, 1318gr (42oz) £500-700

75 75 A BURMESE SILVER TEAPOT AND SUGAR BOWL, EARLY 20TH CENTURY chased with panels of animals amidst foliage, with snake handles, the teapot with elephant finial teapot 24cm wide, 690gr (22oz) £200-300

73 73 A CHINESE SILVER BEAKER, LUEN WO, SHANGHAI, EARLY 20TH CENTURY plain tapering cylindrical, covered with a finely matted ground 8cm high, 93gr (2oz) £150-250

76 76 AN OTTOMAN SILVER BEAKER, CIRCA 1900 baluster, tughra and sah marks, 12.5cm high; together with an Egyptian silver waiter, Alexandria, circa 1930, circular, with a band of foliage below the beaded rim, tughra and sah marks, 900 standard, 14cm diameter 366gr (11oz) (2) £200-300

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77 A JAPANESE CARVED TURQUOISE NETSUKE, 19TH CENTURY of a parrot pecking at a double gourd 3.5cm wide £150-250

78 A JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO NETSUKE, 19TH CENTURY carved as three of the Shichi Fukujin, the Lucky Gods seated at a table drinking tea, signed Tadachika 4cm wide £200-300

79 A JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO OF A SENNIN, 19TH CENTURY the figure carved crouching on a minogame 4.1cm wide

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80 A JAPANESE WOOD NETSUKE OF A TRADESMAN, 19TH CENTURY carved sitting cross-legged over his counting board which rests on an open book, signed Oye...? 3.5cm high

81 A JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE OF PUPPY, 19TH CENTURY carved recumbent upon an oval base 3.3cm wide

82 A JAPANESE LACQUER KODANSU/BOX, MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912) rectangular, the cover with shaped inset panel worked in relief with a bird of prey perched upon a screen, sides covered with scattered feathers with mother-of-pearl highlights, set with two graduated drawers, interior with tray 26.5cm wide £400-600

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83 A JAPANESE LACQUER TABLE CABINET, 18TH CENTURY rectangular, red ground, with an arrangement of variously sized drawers decorated with gilt foliage below two sliding panels with landscape scenes, the sides with scrolling tendrils and Tokugawa mons, the top with verses in relief of Poetry of Autumn Landscape by ‘Tenzan’, sold together with a certificate from S. Kurihawa, Arts & Crafts, Kanagawa-Ken, dated 29th March 1960 including a translation of the poetry 40cm wide

85 AN ANGLO-INDIAN ENGRAVED IVORY WRITING SLOPE, VIZAGAPATAM, MID 19TH CENTURY with ivory lobed panels surrounded by foliate engraved borders, the sandalwood interior with tortoiseshell and foliate ivory borders, velvet-lined writing surface, removable tortoiseshell pen tray and ebony roller, with key 36cm wide For a glove box with similar lobed panels see Victoria & Albert Museum, No.9683(IS) and Amin Jaffer, Furniture from British India and Ceylon: A Catalogue of the Collections in the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Peabody Essex Museum, London, 2001, p.210, pl.54. £700-1000

£500-800

84 86 84 A JAPANESE GOLD LACQUER BOX, MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912) the hinged lid signed and decorated in relief with birds and butterflies amidst foliage, the sides stylised foliage, 21cm wide; together with a Japanese black lacquer box and cover, Meiji period, oblong with in-curved corners, the cover with hens and chicks in relief, the sides with scenes of boys playing, 19cm wide (2) £300-500

86 A CONTINENTAL IVORY MIRROR, DIEPPE OR SOUTH GERMAN, CIRCA 1880 domed shaped rectangular with oval aperture, the velvet-covered wooden frame applied overall with individual carved ivory plumes below putti and heraldic dolphins, surmounted by a stylised trophy of arms over a banner inscribed: Scotorum, ivory rim, suspension loops 84cm high Although traditionally attributed to Dieppe, this type of ivory mirror also bears close affinities with the Neo-renaissance works produced in Southern Germany at this period. £800-1200

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87 A FRENCH ORMOLU-MOUNTED GLASS CASKET, ATTRIBUTED TO BACCARAT, SECOND QUARTER 19TH CENTURY rectangular, with boldly lobed glass, the handle formed as a double looped serpent clasped by a hand, with anthemion milled rim mounts, on foliate headed ball and claw feet 18cm wide

89 A PAIR OF RESTAURATION BRONZE CANDLESTICKS, FRENCH, 19TH CENTURY parcel gilt and patinated, circular bases with bands of stylised foliage and vines rising to cluster column stems and acanthus embellished campana sconces, detachable nozzles with lobed rim 29.5cm high £300-500

£2000-3000

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88 A VICTORIAN GILT-METAL DIAMOND JUBILEE COMMEMORATIVE CASKET, CIRCA 1897 shaped oblong, the lid with a profile bust roundel of the Queen Empress flanked by seraphim and the dates of her Jubilee, the sides with scenes of Justice, Learning, Progress, the Empire and the Arts, on bracket feet, with crimson velvet lined interior, with key, in original crimson case 14.5cm wide

90 A PAIR OF CONTINENTAL GILT-BRONZE CANDLESTICKS, PERHAPS ITALIAN, MID 19TH CENTURY the triform openwork foliate bases rising to milled knopped baluster stems and campana-shaped sconces 28.5cm high

£120-180

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‡94 A FRENCH IVORY APPLIQUE, DIEPPE, 18TH CENTURY openwork carved in relief, probably of St Augustine kneeling in canonical dress proffering his attribute the Flaming Heart to the Madonna and Child who rest on a cloud above a Renaissance altar and below an arch, the background with trees and a fountain, all within an oval leaf and patera border, on velvet covered bevelled rectangular backing ivory 15cm high

91 A GILT-BRONZEMOUNTED SEVRES BOWL AND COVER, THE PORCELAIN LATE 18TH CENTURY, THE MOUNTS PROBABLY MID 19TH CENTURY deep blue glazed bowl and cover with gilt scroll borders and leaf and bud finial, the Rococo Revival mounts forming scrolling handles, spiral fluted pedestal and openwork scroll base 20cm high, cracked

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£100-150

92 AN ELECTROPLATE LAMPSTAND, CIRCA 1900 circular beaded base rising to a waisted stem of openwork tendrils below a beaded disc supporting further tendrils and an etched glass storm shade 66cm high overall

St Augustine of Hippo is often referred to in Mariology. Here, his attribute, the Flaming Heart, whilst symbolic of devotion, may also suggest the Sacred Heart. Meanwhile the Christ Child appears to point to the Immaculate Heart of Mary (a heart pierced by a sword or cross). Such joint devotion of the hearts was first formalised by St Jean Eudes in the 17th century and the devotions grew (particularly in Northern France) in the 18th century.

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92 ‡95 A FIGURE OF A BISHOP SAINT, PROBABLY NETHERLANDISH 16TH CENTURY AND LATER in typical pose, hands missing 65cm high ‡£200-300

93 93 A PAIR OF SILVERED BRONZE DWARF CANDELABRA, FRENCH, 19TH/20TH CENTURY in Rococo taste, each with two lights on scroll arms centred by a foliate stem, on diapered and rocaille scroll shaped bases 20cm high £120-180

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Lions and Crowns from the Speaker’s Pew, St. Margaret’s Westminster: the following three lots are offered on behalf of the Parish of Ifield, West Sussex. The two pairs of lion figures and the crowns are recorded as coming to St. Margaret’s Ifield in the third quarter of the 18th century, donated by Nicholas Spencer (died 1783). Spencer was a vestry-man at St. Margaret’s Westminster and patron of St. Margaret’s Ifield. He purchased the lions and crowns from St. Margaret’s Westminster, together with other fittings and pews, when the interiors of the Westminster church were being remodelled. The crowns can be discerned in the print dated 1760 of the Speaker Arthur Onslow ‘in his seat at St. Margaret's Church, Westminster’ by the engraver Anthony Walker (1726-1765), the lions possibly featuring in the arch above his head. For further information, see T.P. Hudson (editor), A History of the County of Sussex, Victoria County History, 1987, p.19.

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96 A PAIR OF GILTWOOD LIONS, ENGLISH, LATE 17 TH CENTURY modelled as an opposing pair of Bavarian type lions, each seated, with wide grin to the face facing to the side and front paw resting on a cartouche, on shaped wood plinths 33cm high £4000-6000

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98 A PAIR OF GILTWOOD CROWNS, ENGLISH 18 TH CENTURY each with circlet surmounted by fleurs-de-lys between the arches, one with cruciform finial missing 31cm high including finial

97 A PAIR OF GILTWOOD LIONS, ENGLISH, EARLY 17TH CENTURY each seated and opposing, facing full front with a front paw resting on a shield, on rectangular wood base 23.5cm high, traces of armorial beneath gilding on shield and facing

£1800-2200

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99 99 A PAIR OF GILT-BRONZE PORTRAIT BUSTS OF DAVID GARRICK AND WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE, ENGLISH, 19TH CENTURY each shown in opposing profile low relief, with matted and burnished areas, later blue velvet backing and turned wood circular frames frames 13.5cm diameter The actor/manager David Garrick (1717-1779) was a celebrity whose career became synonymous with Shakespeare. He built a temple to the bard in the grounds of his house at Hampton and organised the Shakespeare Jubilee in 1769. The two figures were often portrayed together in paintings and sculpture in a variety of ways; available to a wider market were a plethora of prints, wax portraits, medals (with Wedgwood and Tassie both producing medallions) enamels and ceramics. As Heather Mcpherson writes: ‘Garrick’s image had merged and become thoroughly conflated with that of Shakespeare, whose apotheosis as England’s national bard owed so much to Garrick’s promotional efforts as actor, manager, and high priest of Bardolatry.’ (See the Folger Shakespeare library website, “Garrickomania: Art, Celebrity and the Imaging of Garrick”, by Heather McPherson (http://www.folger.edu/template.cfm?cid=1465, accessed 11.04.2014). The epitaph on the actor’s tomb at Westminster Abbey reads: “Shakespeare and Garrick like twin-stars shall shine/ And earth irradiate with a beam divine.” £250-350

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100 100 AN ALABASTER FIGURE OF MILTON, IN THE MANNER OF RYSBRACK, PROBABLY LATE 18TH CENTURY the poet in typical pose holding a scroll and standing against a column 37cm high This model was produced from the late 18th century by a number of factories in ceramic such as Derby, Wedgwood and Minton, usually coupled with a figure of Shakespeare. See lot 55 for a pair of Derby examples. £250-350

101 A PAIR OF FRENCH BRONZE ROUNDELS, CIRCLE OF CLAUDE MICHEL CALLED CLODION (1738-1814), PROBABLY PARIS, LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY one depicting a Vestal making a sacrifice, the other depicting a couple embracing (possibly Ares and Aphrodite) 13cm diameter excluding giltwood frames Clodion is known to have executed a series of reliefs of young women at altars, very much in the spirit of these bronze roundels. Such bronzes were produced by a number of Parisian workshops for the emerging bourgeoisie in the late 18th and early 19th century. The 1992 Clodion exhibition catalogue refers to such work as sculptures d’amateurs (A.L. Poulet and G. Scherf, Clodion, 1738-1814, Louvre, Paris, 1992, pp.157-61). For a gilt bronze example of the Vestal roundel, see Sotheby’s, Paris, 9 April 2008, lot 85. £1500-2500

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102 THREE DANISH PORCELAIN FIGURE GROUPS IN THE WHITE, JENS JAKOB BREGNØ (1877-1946) FOR DAHL-JENSEN, COPENHAGEN, CIRCA 1930 Couple Embracing, rear with impressed initials for Jens Jakob Bregnø, painted numbers 1184, 26.5cm high, Eve, front of plinth with impressed initials for Jens Jakob Bregnø, painted numbers 1178, 30cm high and Female Nude, painted numbers 1175, 21cm high, all with green printed Dahl-Jensen mark £400-600

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103 A MOORCROFT ‘LEAF AND BERRY’ FLAMBÉ JUG, CIRCA 1930 with tube lined bulbous body, impressed MOORCROFT MADE IN ENGLAND, blue painted initials 16cm high £300-400 104 A MOORCROFT ‘GREEN AND GOLD’ MACINTYRE VASE, CIRCA 1903 tube lined with flowers in gilt and tones green and blue, green painted intials, brown printed Macintyre mark and P.O.D.R. No. 40417, painted M2144 28cm high £500-800 105 A PAIR OF MOORCROFT ‘HIBISCUS’ SLENDER BOTTLE VASES, CIRCA 1950 tube lined flowers against a mottled blue and green ground, green painted initials, impressed MOORCROFT MADE IN ENGLAND 26cm high, one with restoration to neck

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£200-300 106 A MOORCROFT ‘CLEMATIS’ BALUSTER VASE, CIRCA 1950 tube lined with flowers against a mottled deep blue ground, green painted initials, impressed facsimile signature and ‘Potter to H.M. the Queen’ 24cm high £200-300 107 A MOORCROFT ‘ANEMONE’ SLENDER OVOID VASE, CIRCA 1950 tube lined with purple and mauve flowers against a blue and green ground, blue painted initials, impressed MOORCROFT MADE IN ENGLAND 27.5cm high

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108 A SET OF AMERICAN TABLE SILVER, GORHAM MANUFACTURING CO, PROVIDENCE RI, CIRCA 1913 Albemarle pattern (designed by William C. Codman, introduced 1894), comprising twelve of each of the following: tablespoons table forks table knives with stainless blades dessert spoons dessert forks dessert knives with stainless blades teaspoons coffee spoons and a pair of meat carvers, a pair of poultry carvers, a steel, a soup ladle, a gravy spoon, a pair of fish servers, a pair of butter knives, a pair of sauce ladles, a sifter ladle, a pair of sugar tongs, a pickle fork, a pickle spoon, a preserve spoon, a set of four salt spoons and a mustard spoon, all import marked Birmingham, 1913/14, all in original brass-bound two-drawer oak canteen weighable silver 3713gr (119oz) (119) £1200-1800

109 A SET OF ITALIAN TABLE SILVER, CLEMENTI DI GIOVANNI MANTEL, BOLOGNA, 1944-68 simple reeded flared stems with stylised foliate terminals, comprising twelve of each of the following: tablespoons table forks table knives with stainless blades dessert forks dessert knives with stainless blades teaspoons and a soup ladle, a large serving spoon, a large serving fork and a pair of salad servers with horn tines and bowl, stamped ‘800’, in fitted case with key 2842gr excluding knives and horn mounted pieces (77) £800-1200

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110 A SET OF ITALIAN SILVER TABLE SILVER, A. CESA SC, ALESSANDRIA, EARLY 20TH CENTURY with scroll and acanthus leaf terminals, comprising twelve of each of the following: table spoons table forks table knives with stainless steel blades dessert forks dessert knives with stainless steel blades fish forks fish knives and a pair of carvers with stainless steel blade and tines, a large serving spoon, a large serving fork, a large serving slice, a soup ladle, a pair serving forks and two serving slices, retailer’s stamp of Schmidt & Dupont of Naples, 800 standard weighable silver 5271gr (169oz) (94) £1500-2500 111 A SET OF GERMAN SILVER-HANDLED KNIVES, KARL KALTENBACH & SÖHNE, ALTENSTEIG, EARLY 20TH CENTURY comprising: twelve table knives, ten dessert knives and twelve butter knives, all with shaped loaded handles and Solingen stainless steel blades, stamped ‘925’; together with a set of six silver fish knives, Old English pattern, with bright-cut blades, Viners Ltd, Sheffield, 1930, 331gr (10oz) (40) £350-450

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112 A SET OF SIX PORTUGUESE SILVER FORKS, LISBON, EARLY 19TH CENTURY with tapering decagonal hollow handles, 18.5cm long, 498gr (16oz); together with a silver cake knife, Kings pattern loaded handle initialled JG, in case, Martin, Hall & Co. Ltd., Sheffield, 1920; and a three-piece carving set, the horn handles with foliate electroplate terminals and fillets, in original case, James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield, circa 1900 (10) £120-180

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113 A SET OF DANISH TABLE SILVER, GEORG JENSEN, COPENHAGEN, POST 1945 Bernadotte pattern (designed by Sigvard Bernadotte in 1939), comprising: eight tablespoons, eight table forks, eight table knives with stainless steel blades, seven oyster picks, four cake forks, three coffee spoons, a pair of fish servers, a butter knife and a pickle fork, Jensen and Sterling stamps, 1677gr excluding knives; together with the following Jensen electroplate flatware, all Bernadotte pattern: five dessert knives, two dessert forks and a cheese knife (50) Sigvard Oscar Fredrik Bernadotte, Count of Wisborg (1907-2002) was the second son of King Gustav VI of Sweden. He was originally known as Prince Sigvard, Duke of Uppland, but lost his Swedish royal titles in 1934 when he married a commoner. An industrial designer of note, as well as producing lines for Jensen silver, his designs included typewriters, spectacles and household plastics. ÂŁ700-1000

114 ASSORTED DANISH SILVER SERVING PIECES, ALL EARLY 20TH CENTURY of varying Art Nouveau patterns, comprising: a pair of large flat servers, Dalgaard, 1916, a large serving spoon, I. Holm, 1919, another serving spoon, 1936, a preserve spoon, 1912, a salad spoon with stainless steel bowl, 1948, and a Pyramid pattern scoop with stainless steel bowl, Georg Jensen, 1933-44; together with a Danish electroplate cake knife and a sauce ladle weighable silver 429gr (13oz) (9) ÂŁ150-180

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115 A SET OF TABLE SILVER, C.J. VANDER LTD, LONDON, 1975 Pierced Vine pattern, comprising: eight table forks eight table knives with stainless steel blades eight dessert spoons sixteen dessert forks eight dessert knives with stainless steel blades eight soup spoons eight coffee spoons a pair of salad servers, a cake server, a large serving fork, a serving spoon, a preserve spoon and a butter knife 4104gr (131oz) excluding knives (71 pieces) £2000-3000 116 A GEORGE III SILVER LADLE, ELIZABETH TOOKEY, LONDON, 1770 Feather Edge pattern with possibly later embossed fluting to the bowl 36.5cm long, 207gr (6oz) £100-150

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117 A VICTORIAN SILVER SOUP LADLE, D & J WELLBY, LONDON, 1891 Old English pattern, 34cm long; together with another silver soup ladle, Old English pattern, initialled FVC, Cooper Brothers & Sons, Sheffield, 1918, 31cm long 530gr (17oz) (2) £150-200

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118 A VICTORIAN SILVER-GILT DESSERT SERVICE, MARTIN, HALL & CO, SHEFFIELD, 1874 shaped stems and mitre terminals stamped with scrolls, foliage and strapwork on a matted ground, engraved with the crest of Houghton of Cheshire, complete for eighteen of each of the following: dessert spoons dessert forks dessert knives and with six serving spoons with fluted bowls, a plain ladle, a sifter ladle, a pair of grape scissors, a large serving knife and a serving fork, all with PODR lozenge for 29th April 1875; also two pairs of matching gilt-metal nutcrackers; all in original burr walnut and purple velvet lined canteen 2259gr (72oz) excluding nutcrackers, all knives and serving fork (67) £2000-3000

119 A SET OF SIX IRISH VICTORIAN SILVER TEASPOONS, JOHN SMYTH, DUBLIN, 1854 Fiddle pattern, initialled P; together with the following three sets of silver spoons: five Fiddle Thread & Shell pattern teaspoons, initialled S, William Eaton, London, 1841, six Old English pattern teaspoons, Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Sheffield, 1905, and six coffee spoons commemorative of the British Empire Exhibition, the bowls with a lion above the legend ‘WEMBLEY 1925’, with ‘bean’ terminals, William Suckling Ltd, Birmingham, 1925 456gr (14oz) all in (23) £120-180

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120 120 A SET OF SIX GEORGE III SILVER TABLESPOONS, JOHN LAMPFERT, LONDON, PROBABLY 1769 Feather Edge pattern, later engraved with a crest 414gr (13oz) £200-300

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122 A MATCHED SET OF EIGHT GEORGE III SILVER TABLESPOONS, FOUR THOMAS WILKES BARKER, FOUR WILLIAM EATON, LONDON, 1813/15 all Fiddle pattern and similarly crested: together with four George III silver tablespoons, Old English pattern, crested or initialled, London, 1794-1825 884gr (28oz) (14) £200-300 123 A SET OF GEORGE V TABLE SILVER, D & J WELLBY, LONDON, 1915 Hanoverian pattern, crested, comprising: six tablespoons, four table forks, four dessert spoons and four dessert forks, 1182gr (38oz); together with the an almost matching set of electroplate flatware, Rat-tail pattern, comprising: six tablespoons, seven table forks, six dessert spoons and six dessert forks Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield, circa 1910 (43) £350-450

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121 A SET OF VICTORIAN TABLE SILVER, G.W. ADAMS FOR CHAWNER & CO, LONDON, 1843/44 Queens pattern, comprising six of each of the following: tablespoons table forks dessert spoons dessert forks and teaspoons (all 1854); together with six table knives and six dessert knives, with leaf and scroll patterned shaped silver handles and stainless steel blades stamped ‘GARRARD & CO. LTD. ...’, C.J. Vander Ltd, Sheffield, 1967 weighable silver 2200gr (70oz) (42) £1000-1500

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124 A SET OF TABLE SILVER, MAPPIN & WEBB LTD, SHEFFIELD, 1954/55 with shell and foliate terminals, comprising eight of each of the following: table forks table knives with stainless steel blades dessert spoons dessert forks dessert knives with stainless steel blades soup spoons fish forks fish knives 2880gr (92oz) excluding steel bladed knives (64) £1200-1800

125 A SET OF VICTORIAN TABLE SILVER, PREDOMINANTLY G.W. ADAMS FOR CHAWNER & CO, LONDON AND SHEFFIELD, 1838-1880 Queens pattern, comprising twelve of each of the following: tablespoons, table forks, dessert spoons, dessert forks (eleven only) and teaspoons; together with twelve matching table knives and twelve dessert knives, with silver handles and stainless steel blades, Lee & Wigfull Ltd., Sheffield, 1955 4340gr (139oz) (83)

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126 129 126 CASED ENGLISH SILVER SERVING PIECES, COMPRISING: a pair of silver fish servers with reeded and stylised foliate handles, PODR number for 1911, Roberts & Belk Ltd, Sheffield, 1915, knife 29.5cm long, a cake knife with engraved silver blade and carved mother-of-pearl handle, John Harrison & Co, Sheffield, 1864, 24.5cm long, and a pair of later decorated ‘Berry’ teaspoons, Richard Crossley & George Smith, London, 1808 weighable silver 295gr (9oz) (5)

129 A PAIR OF SILVERED BRASS FRAMES, PROBABLY SOUTH GERMAN OR NORTH ITALIAN SECOND HALF 18 TH CENTURY each with Rococo scrolls surrounding a later mirror 46cm high (2) £500-800

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127 127 A PAIR OF GERMAN SILVER SALT CELLARS, MARKS WORN, MID 18 TH CENTURY shaped oval, Rococo chased 8.5cm wide, 111gr (3oz) £150-250

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128 A CONTINENTAL SILVER ALMS DISH, PROBABLY GERMAN, 19TH CENTURY in 17th century style, the boss engraved with a coat of arms, with panelled borders of strapwork, masks, fruits and dolphins, underside with pseudo marks 41.5cm diameter, 941gr (30oz)

130 A SILVERED BRASS FRAME, PROBABLY SOUTH GERMAN OR NORTH ITALIAN SECOND HALF 18 TH CENTURY with Rococo scrolls and foliage surrounding three later and shaped mirrors 112cm high

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131 133 131 AN ITALIAN SWAN JARDINIERE, VALLE’ & GANDINI, MILAN, CIRCA 1960 naturalistically modelled, hollow interior, stamped 800 26cm wide, 1498gr including glass eyes £1000-1500

133 A PAIR OF CONTINENTAL SILVER FIGURAL CANDLESTICKS, PROBABLY EASTERN EUROPEAN 19TH CENTURY each on a naturalistic openwork triform base supporting a barechested native woman in feather head-dress and skirt posing with one hand holding a bag, the other raised towards the canopy of a sheltering palm tree, with palm leaf sconces and detachable nozzles, ‘62’ mark and another unidentifiable 27cm high, 728gr (23oz) £800-1200

132 132 AN ITALIAN SILVER FIGURE OF THE DRUNKEN SATYR, AFTER THE ANTIQUE, UNMARKED, PROBABLY GIACINTO MELILLO OR CHIURAZZI FOUNDRY, NAPLES, CIRCA 1900 the figure reclining on a wineskin and lion pelt, on shaped mottled grey marble base 13.5cm wide

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134 A FRENCH ELECTROTYPE NOVELTY THERMOS FLASK, THERMID, PARIS, MID 20TH CENTURY in the form of a seated bear with detachable head revealing the stopper 32cm high

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135 AN ITALIAN MEAT DISH, RINO GREGGIO, PADUA, 1970s plain oval, reeded rim, stamped ‘800’, 46.5cm wide; together with an Austrian dish, shaped oval, moulded rim, stamped ‘800’, Alexander Sturm, Vienna, mid 20th century, 36cm wide, 1447gr (2) £400-600 136 AN ITALIAN DISH, P. SPOGGI, MILAN, CIRCA 1970 plain circular, moulded rim, stamped 800 32cm diameter, 708gr

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£200-300 137 AN ITALIAN THERMOS FLASK, A. CESA SC, ALESSANDRIA, CIRCA 1960 cylindrical, scroll handle, lid with leaf thumbpiece, interior with silver-mounted stopper and glass lining, stamped 800 22.5cm high £250-350

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138 A PAIR OF DUTCH SILVER VASES, 1891 pierced with patera studded trelliswork below tassle and medallion hung foliate swags, paw feet on tapering supports, handles formed as stylised greyhounds, Dutch 934 standard export mark, date letter and pseudo marks and import marked for Samuel Boyce Landeck, London, 1891 13cm high, 513gr (16oz) excluding clear glass liners £400-600 139 A GERMAN SILVER VASE, PROBABLY HANAU, EARLY 20TH CENTURY the broad everted and shaped rim and ogee body cast and chased with implements, instruments and a profusion of foliate motifs, on three mask-headed elongated scroll supports, pseudo marks to underside, import mark AEN, London, 1954 23cm high, 463gr (14oz)

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£200-300


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140 A PAIR OF PORTUGUESE SILVER EWERS IN SIZES, MERGULHAO JOALHEIRO, LISBON, MID 20TH CENTURY stepped baluster bodies with reeded girdles, spreading feet and domed lids with urn finials, the smaller 916 standard, the larger 833 standard 26cm and 35cm high, 1412gr (45oz) including wood handles £300-500 141 A PORTUGUESE ROYAL SILVER BACHELOR’S PART TEA AND COFFEE SET, OPORTO, CIRCA 1900 part lobed, comprising a teapot, a coffee pot and a covered milk jug with silver handle, each engraved at the shoulder with a royal crown and to the underside ‘Va. Viçosa’, maker’s mark indecipherable, 833 standard coffee pot 17cm high, 691gr (22oz) including wood handles and finials (3) The inscriptions ‘Va. Viçosa’ would appear to be for the Ducal Palace of Vila Viçosa, the seat of the House of Braganza, Kings of Portugal until the October 1910 revolution. £200-300 142 A PORTUGUESE SILVER-MOUNTED EASEL MIRROR, LEITAO & IRMAO, LISBON, EARLY 20TH CENTURY oval, silver rim mount with bound reeded border, bevelled glass, walnut back with adjustable easel stand, 833 standard 49cm high £600-800

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143 A PAIR OF PORTUGUESE SILVER WINE COASTERS, OPORTO, EARLY 19TH CENTURY with geometrically pierced sides, intialled M below a count’s coronet, turned wood bases, 833 standard 13cm diameter £300-500 144 A PORTUGUESE SILVER CRUET STAND, JOSE JOAO CARDOSO, OPORTO, 1877-81 for four bottles and two stoppers, circular welled base on three winged lion mask headed paw feet, with four perhaps associated glass bottles, 833 standard 32cm high, 537gr (17oz) excluding bottles

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£120-180

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145 FIVE PIECES OF PORTUGUESE SILVER comprising: a salt or mustard pot, the geometrically pierced body with simple loop handle, on three splayed supports, with associated blue glass liner, maker’s mark indecipherable, Lisbon, early 19th century, 10cm high; a plain pedestal oval sauceboat, foot loaded, initialled M below a count’s coronet, gilt interior, Oporto, 20th century, 20cm wide, a vase-shaped ewer, with reeded rims and an applied cross, marks rubbed, 19th century, 19cm high, a baluster pepperette on three pad feet, Oporto, mid 20th century, 13cm high, and a Fiddle pattern sauce ladle, marks rubbed, 19th century; together with an Albany pattern silver salt spoon 509gr (16oz) excluding sauceboat (6) £200-300

148 148 AN AUSTRIAN SILVER SUGAR OR SPICE BOX, HERMANN SÜDFELD & CO, VIENNA, CIRCA 1900 bombé oblong, with a band of lobes below scrolls and foliage, on four openwork panel feet, scroll handle, 800 standard, 15.5cm wide; together with a Kiddush cup, 20th century, bowl with Hebrew inscription above a band of flowers, knopped stem and spreading foot, stamped ‘800’, 12cm high, 560gr (2) £200-300

146 146 AN AMERICAN SILVER ‘PAUL REVERE’ BOWL, FREDERICK J.R. GYLLENBERG, BOSTON MA, EARLY 20TH CENTURY hammer finish, initialled I.L.G, underside stamped ‘STERLING’ 20cm diameter, 469gr (15oz) £200-300

149 149 A DANISH SILVER TEAPOT, A. MICHELSEN, COPENHAGEN, 1881 the plain pear-shaped body on four pad feet, lid with cast flower finial, underside stamped: A. MICHELSEN / HOF & ORDENS- JUVELEER / KJØBENHAVN, also with Simon Groth assay mark, 826 standard 13cm high, 362gr (11oz) including ivory insulators £200-300

147 147 AN AMERICAN SILVER WHISKY FLASK, WILLIAM B. KERR & CO, NEWARK NJ, EARLY 20TH CENTURY curved oblong form, acid etched with the heads of two Scots terriers above the motto ‘We’re both Scotch’, hinged bayonet fitting cap, stamped maker’s trademark and ‘STERLING’ 18cm long, 338gr (10oz) £400-600

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150 A NORTH AMERICAN SILVER CRUET STAND, PROBABLY TORONTO SILVER PLATE CO, CIRCA 1900 oval, with gadroon and leaf rims, with rings for two bottles supported by lion monopodia and centred by a lobed handle, with two cut-glass bottles (lacking stoppers) 24.5cm wide, 746gr (23oz) £200-250

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151 151 A SET OF FOUR FRENCH SILVER BOTTLE STANDS, CIRCA 1900 monogrammed S bordered by a band of ribbon-tied interlaced laurel sprays on a matted ground, each with 950 standard Minerva mark struck to body and foot rim, no apparent maker’s mark 14.5cm diameter, 667gr (21oz) £1000-1500 152 A FRENCH SILVER CHRISTENING SET, EMILE PUIFORCAT, PARIS, CIRCA 1900 all initialled SB and with curved fluted Rococo decoration, comprising: a plate, a saucepan with gilt interior and screw-in turned ivory handle, a beaker with gilt interior, a knife, fork and spoon, a smaller spoon with ivory bowl, and a rattle with ivory teething ring, all in original red and black leather case similarly intialled, the magenta interior with cushion and gilt label: Mon. Dupuy / Ed. Lefebvre / Joaillerie, Orfevrerie / 34 & 35 Galerie Montpensier / Paris plate 16cm diameter, weighable silver 534gr (17oz)

154 154 A FRENCH SILVER-MOUNTED MOTTLED BLUE GLAZED VASE, PROBABLY PAUL MILET FOR SEVRES, CIRCA 1900 inverted baluster, mounts with borders of foliate strapwork, with silver covered base, silver maker’s mark rubbed ? fleur de lys B 29cm high £250-350

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£700-1000

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153 A FRENCH SILVER-GILT MOUNTED GLASS BOWL, EARLY 20TH CENTURY the lobe and dart cut amethyst bowl with openwork silver rim mount of ribbon-tied floral swags and rocaille, with Portuguese assay marks and Minerva head for 950 standard 13.5cm diameter

155 A FRENCH SILVER-GILT-MOUNTED SAMSON PORCELAIN TOILET BOTTLE, RETAILED BY MAISON TOY, PARIS, CIRCA 1900 shaped oblong bottle with floral sprays between deep blue and gilt borders, plain rim mount, cover with beaded rim and stiff leaf boss, 950 standard, Maison Toy paper label obscuring red Samson mark 13.5cm high

£120-180

£150-200

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158 158 AN EDWARDIAN ARTS AND CRAFTS SILVER JUG, LIBERTY & CO OF LONDON, BIRMINGHAM, 1906 after a design by Archibald Knox (1864-1933), hammer finished, with tusk loop handle, incuse stamped 500/41 14cm high, 294gr (9oz) See A.J. Tilbrook, The Designs of Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co., London, 1976, p. 144.

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£400-600

156 A SET OF EIGHTEEN FRENCH SILVER-GILT DESSERT PLATES, TETARD FRERES, PARIS, 1920s plain moulded rim interrupted by applied formal matted leaf sprays, 950 standard 21.5cm diameter, 8078gr (259oz) (18) £3000-5000

159 157 157 A SILVER SUGAR BOWL AND MILK JUG SET, ANDREW ROBINSON, LONDON, 1982 of compressed circular simple stylised form milk jug 18cm wide, 473gr (15oz)

159 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER CLARET JUG, HUKIN & HEATH, BIRMINGHAM, 1905 in the manner of Dr Christopher Dresser, with plain glass disc-shaped body and plain silver neck, lid and scroll handle 20cm high

£180-220

£250-350

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160 160 AN ART DECO SILVER MUFFIN DISH, COVER AND LINER, GOLDSMITHS & SILVERSMITHS CO LTD, LONDON, 1937 circular with shaped square everted rim with engraved linear decoration, domed cover with octagonal composition finial 23cm wide, 973gr (31oz) all in

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£300-400

163 A GEORGE V ARTS AND CRAFTS SILVER THREE-PIECE TEA SET, SIBYL DUNLOP, LONDON, 1925 compressed circular, hammer finished, each applied with a girdle of paterae and berried laurel sprigs within beaded borders, underside marked: SIBYL DVNLOP teapot 21cm wide, 992gr (31oz) including insulators

161 161 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN SILVER-MOUNTED GLASS CANDLESTICKS, ELKINGTON & CO LTD, LONDON, 1904 trapezium shaped star-cut glass bases and cylindrical stems, plain silver sconce mounts and detachable nozzles 16cm high

Sibyl Dunlop (1889-1968), born to Scottish parents in Hampstead, became interested in jewellery and silver design when completing her education in Brussels. She set up her business styled ‘Art Jewellers and Silversmiths’ at 69 Kensington Church Street in the early 1920s, apparently presiding over the workshop in caftan and Russian boots. The Church Street shop closed at the outbreak of war in 1939, although after the war her craftsman, W. Nathanson, continued the business under her name until 1971. See Victoria and Albert Museum, No.M.301999 for a Dunlop hammer-finished silver bowl of 1924 and Peter Hinks, Twentieth Century British Jewellery, London, 1983, pp 84-5. £1500-2500

£200-300

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162 162 AN EDWARDIAN ARTS AND CRAFTS SILVER TEAPOT, CHARLES EDWARDS, LONDON, 1907 hammer finished, crested, on three feet, with tendril support to the handle 20cm wide, 377gr (12oz) including wood finial and handle

164 A GEORGE V SILVER MATCH HOLDER, OMAR RAMSDEN, LONDON, 1926 rectangular, hammer finished, rope-twist rims, complete with wood drawer with emery strikers 8.7cm wide including ivory handle

£150-250

£250-350

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168 168 A SILVER THREE-PIECE NOVELTY CONDIMENT SET, ASPREY & CO LTD, LONDON, 1965 formed as Staunton pattern chess pieces, the salt as a bishop, the pepper a queen and the mustard a rook 7.7cm highest, 139gr (4oz) excluding glass liner

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£100-150 165 A GEORGE V SILVER SPIRIT FLASK, G. & J.W. HAWKSLEY, SHEFFIELD, 1912 oval, with deep hammer finish, detachable beaker base, bayonet fitting hinged lid, initialled PAG 16.5cm high, 269gr (8oz) including cork stopper £200-300

169 169 A SILVER BOWL, MAPPIN & WEBB LTD, SHEFFIELD, 1965 with a broad band of scalework below the shaped openwork rim, on short pedestal foot 25.5cm diameter, 501gr (16oz) £200-300

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166 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER NOVELTY TOAST RACK, HUKIN & HEATH, BIRMINGHAM, 1902 the divisions formed as the letters TOAST on an open lozenge base and ball feet 13.7cm wide, 115gr (3oz)

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£250-350 167 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER NOVELTY TOAST RACK, GOLDSMITHS & SILVERSMITHS CO LTD, LONDON, 1907 the divisions formed as the letters TOAST on an open lozenge base and ball feet 11.5cm wide, 95gr (3oz) £200-300

170 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER DRESSING TABLE TRAY, WALKER & HALL, SHEFFIELD, 1904 of oval quatrefoil outline, centred by a panel of ‘Reynold’s Angels’ surrounded by Art Nouveau interlaced lobing, 30cm wide; together with a Victorian silver pin tray, William Comyns & Sons, London, 1895, of similar form and decoration, 12.5cm wide, 306gr (9oz) (2) £150-250

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171 A SET OF FOUR SILVER SERVING DISHES, WALKER & HALL LTD, SHEFFIELD, 1951 in George III style, plain except for the shell and leaf interrupted gadroon rims, comprising three oval meat dishes in sizes and one circular serving dish largest 58cm wide, serving dish 37cm diameter, 7206gr (321oz) £2500-3500

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172 A GEORGE V SILVER MUG, HARRISON & SON, BIRMINGHAM, 1929 typical plain form, scroll handle, underside stamped: HARRISON & SON / THE COUNTY GOLDSMITHS LTD / DARLINGTON 13cm high, 401gr (12oz)

174 A SET OF FOUR SILVER TASTEVINS, TESSIERS LTD, LONDON, 1966 typical form with fruit-laden vines to the sides and serpent handles 10.5cm wide, 405gr (13oz) £150-200

£120-180

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173 A PAIR OF SILVER SAUCEBOATS, ROBERTS & BELK LTD, SHEFFIELD, 1981 plain oval on pedestal foot, inscribed to the rim ‘DD MITCHELL / BRITISH FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS 1948.84’ 17cm wide, 571gr (18oz)

175 A SET OF FIVE SILVER BOTTLE TICKETS, W.I. BROADWAY & CO, BIRMINGHAM, 1988 cut cornered rectangular with moulded borders and chains, stamped for Scotch, Vodka, Gin, Brandy and Sherry; together with another pair of silver bottle tickets, similar, both for Vermouth, C LTD, Birmingham, 1993; and a silver letter opener, the flat terminal shaped and engraved as a leaping cat, marks rubbed, Chester, circa 1915 (8)

£180-220

£80-120

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176 A SILVER TRAY, WALKER & HALL LTD, SHEFFIELD, 1937 plain oval except for a gadroon rim interrupted by shells and leafage 76cm wide, 4300gr (138oz) £1500-2500 177 A SILVER FRUIT DISH, WALKER & HALL LTD, SHEFFIELD, 1938 with a broad band of pierced and engraved scrolling flowers within a cast and applied flowerhead and leaf rim, on rim foot 30cm diameter, 887gr (28oz) £300-500

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178 A SILVER-GILT FRUIT DISH, WALKER & HALL LTD, SHEFFIELD, 1940 shaped oval, with a cast and applied fruit-laden vine rim bordering a band of pierced and engraved scrolls entwined with further grapes, on rim foot, with original case 30.5cm wide, 747gr (24oz) £300-500 179 A VICTORIAN SILVER CASTER, LEE & WIGFULL, SHEFFIELD, 1900 baluster, covered in scroll foliage, 18cm high; together with the following miscellaneous English silver: a pair of sweetmeat dishes, with pierced shaped rims, Viners Ltd, Sheffield, 1965/66, 11cm diameter, another sweetmeat dish with lobed pierced rim and on three openwork feet, Synyer & Beddoes, Birmingham, 1927, 12cm diameter, a three-piece condiment set and a spoon, Joseph Gloster Ltd, Birmingham, 1964, and a cased set of butter knife and preserve spoon, William Devenport, Birmingham, 1905 448gr (14oz) excluding blue glass liners (10)

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£150-200


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180 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER NOVELTY SWEETMEAT DISH, WILLIAM COMYNS & SONS, LONDON, 1907 formed as a wheelbarrow, the bird and scroll foliate engraved and pierced sides with applied openwork cast scroll foliate rim, the leg brackets and wheel similarly cast 33cm long, 870gr (27oz)

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For a similar Comyns wheelbarrow but with glass body, see Christie’s, London, 27 November 2012, lot 572, and for a Comyns wine trolley of very similar form see Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Chicago, 20 November 2012, lot 131. £1000-1500 181 A PAIR OF GEORGE V SILVER NOVELTY SWEETMEAT BASKETS, CHARLES S. GREEN & CO LTD, BIRMINGHAM, 1912 each formed as a wheelbarrow with scroll foliate pierced sides 19cm long, 298gr (9oz) £200-300 182 A PAIR OF SILVER SAUCEBOATS, J.B. CHATTERLEY & SONS LTD, BIRMINGHAM, 1965 plain oval, on plinth bases, reeded rims and handles, 15cm wide; together with a set of four silver counter dishes and a set of three silver counter dishes, four plain circular, S.J. Rose & Son, Birmingham, 1965, three with engine-turned bases, E.H. Parkin & Co Ltd, Sheffield, 1966, all 6.5cm diameter 515gr (16oz) (9)

183 A SILVER SALVER, JAMES DIXON & SONS LTD, SHEFFIELD, 1968 shaped square, moulded rim, on four volute feet 25.5cm wide, 556gr (17oz)

£150-250

£150-250

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184 A GEORGE V SILVER TRAY, WILLIAM HUTTON & SONS LTD, SHEFFIELD, 1929 oblong, plain except for the shell and foliate interrupted gadroon rim and handles, underside with retailer’s stamp: CATCHPOLE & WILLIAMS / 510 OXFORD STREET / LONDON 75cm across end handles, 3924gr (126oz) £1200-1800

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185 A PAIR OF GEORGE V SILVER CANDLESTICKS, HAWKESWORTH, EYRE & CO LTD, BIRMINGHAM, 1935 square bases with incurved corners, knopped stems of conforming outline, campana-shaped girdled sconces, detachable nozzles 26cm high, loaded £500-800

186 A GEORGE V SILVER HOT WATER JUG, GOLDSMITHS & SILVERSMITHS CO LTD, LONDON, 1931 in George III style, baluster, with gadroon borders, underside stamped: THE GOLDSMITHS & SILVERSMITHS / COMPANY LD / 112 REGENT STREET W 28cm high, 816gr (26oz) including composition handle £250-350

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187 A SILVER FOUR-PIECE TEA SET, WALKER & HALL LTD, SHEFFIELD, 1939 inverted baluster, the reeded shoulders interrupted by shells and foliage hot water jug 21cm high, 1976gr (63oz) including composition handles and finials £600-900

188 188 A GEORGE V THREE-PIECE SILVER TEA SET, S. BLANCKENSEE & SONS LTD, BIRMINGHAM AND CHESTER, 1927/28 in George III style, faceted oblong, reeded rims, bun feet teapot 28.5cm wide, 971gr (31oz) including composition handle and finial £300-500

189 TWO GEORGE V SILVER CAFE-AU-LAIT POTS one plain tapering cylindrical, Harrod’s Stores Ltd of London, Chester, 1911, 22cm high, the other tapering octagonally faceted, Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd, London, 1928, 20cm high 949gr (30oz) including wood handles £250-350

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190 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER BREAD BASKET, ALFRED BROWETTS & CO, BIRMINGHAM, 1902 oblong, initialled MJC, stamped to the rim with a band of scrolls and foliage, with openwork leafy scroll swing handle, reeded short pedestal foot 30cm wide, 797gr (25oz)

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£300-500

192 192 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER HOT WATER JUG, SIBRAY, HALL & CO, LONDON, 1907 plain baluster octagonal, spreading foot 27cm high, 521gr (16oz) including wood handle

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£150-200

191 TWO ENGLISH PLATED TEA TRAYS both on copper, both oblong, one with a vacant cartouche surrounded by a broad band of scrolls and foliate and leaf bound reeded rim, Barker Brothers, Birmingham, early 20th century, 70.5cm across end handles, the other with scrolls, foliage and diaperwork around the vacant cartouche and with lead-filled vine rim, unmarked, mid 19th century, 74cm across end handles (2) £150-250

193 193 AN ELECTROPLATE GALLERY TRAY, MARK WILLIS & SON, SHEFFIELD, CIRCA 1900 cut-cornered rectangular, crested, bright-cut with a band of foliage and geometric motifs, pierced gallery 65.5cm across end handles £60-90

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194 AN ELECTROPLATE AND OAK GALLERY TRAY, JOHN GRINSELL & SONS, BIRMINGHAM, CIRCA 1900 cut-cornered rectangular, the oak base applied with a shield initialled R, pale pierced gallery, 52cm wide; together with another electroplate gallery tray, oval, curved trellis pierced gallery, shaped gadroon rim, probably Birmingham or Sheffield, early 20th century, 52cm wide (2) £100-150

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195 195 A SUITE OF FOUR EDWARDIAN SILVER CANDLESTICKS AND A CANDELABRUM, GOLDSMITHS AND SILVERSMITHS CO LTD, LONDON, 1907 the shaped oval bases rising to flared stems, vase shaped sconces and detachable nozzles, reeded borders, the five-light candelabrum with four reeded scroll arms ending in drip-pans, sconces and further detachable nozzles, the central stem with additional urn-shaped finial, inscription to the base of the candelabrum candelabrum 56cm high, candlesticks 23.5cm high, stems loaded, weighable silver 1524gr (50oz) (5) The inscription reads: Presented to W.L. Johnson Esq. by the officials and workmen of Clarence Iron and Steel Works on the occasion of his marriage, June 2nd 1908. £1500-2000 196 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER HOT WATER JUG, WILLIAM AITKEN, BIRMINGHAM, 1903 waisted baluster, with a band of lobes below monogrammed initials, on bun feet 19.5cm high, 389gr (12oz) including wood handle and finial

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£150-200

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200 A VICTORIAN SILVERMOUNTED CLARET JUG, BARKER BROTHERS, BIRMINGHAM, 1900 the bulbous cut-glass body with plain silver neck mount, lid with ball finial and scroll handle 22cm high

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£150-200

197 A VICTORIAN SILVER SALVER, WAKELY & WHEELER, LONDON, 1898 moulded border with shell and scroll rim, on three volute feet, 21.5cm diameter; together with another silver salver, with husk and beaded borders, on three ball and claw feet, James Dixon & Sons Ltd, Sheffield, 1973, 20cm diameter 667gr (21oz) (2) £200-300

200 201 A VICTORIAN SILVER INKSTAND, ROBERT HENNELL, LONDON, 1864 the circular dish with corded borders, the everted rim mounted with frogs, Medusa masks and caducei between shaped panels, the bulbous glass inkwell with hinged lid mount with bud finial 21cm diameter, 427gr (13oz) £250-350

198 A VICTORIAN SILVER COFFEE POT, JAMES PARKES, LONDON, 1897 in George III style, baluster, lid with bell finial and gadroon rim 26.5cm high, 777gr (25oz) including handle £300-400

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199 A VICTORIAN SILVER VASE, SIBRAY, HALL & CO, LONDON, 1892 ‘trumpet’ form, with a band of flowers above a band of scrolls and foliage 25.5cm high, 412gr (13oz)

202 A VICTORIAN SILVER GOBLET, GEORGE UNITE, BIRMINGHAM, 1883 the bowl with two vacant ovals hung with floral swags, slender pedestal knopped stem and spreading foot, 20.5cm high; together with an Edwardian silver bowl, chased with foliate scrolls, lobes and two vacant cartouches, spreading foot, Marston & Bayliss, Birmingham, 15.5cm diameter 475gr (15oz) (2) £180-220

£120-180

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203 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER-GILT ROSE BOWL ON STAND, CARRINGTON & CO, LONDON, 1906 plain circular bowl with leaf-capped scroll handles, on a separate plain spreading stand, bowl stamped: CARRINGTON & CO / LONDON / 130 REGENT STREET beneath a crown, stand similarly stamped 38.5cm wide, 3073gr (98oz) £1200-1800

204 A VICTORIAN SILVER-GILT-MOUNTED CLARET JUG, JOHN WILMIN FIGG, LONDON, 1867 the bulbous glass body covered in small star motifs, mounts with beaded borders, the lid with scroll thumbpiece and engraved with the crest and motto for Kennard of Hordle Cliff Hampshire, scroll handle 24cm high £500-800

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205 A VICTORIAN SILVER TRAY, EDWARD BARNARD & SONS, LONDON, 1853 shaped oblong, engraved with a vacant escutcheon below a crest and flanked by supporters, surrounded by a broad flat-chased band of diaper panels, scrolls, foliage and rocaille, the cast and applied border and end handles of further scroll foliage 73.5cm, 4690gr (150oz) ÂŁ2500-3500

206 A WILLIAM IV SILVER HOT WATER JUG, JOHN & JOSEPH ANGELL, LONDON, 1832 baluster, profusely chased with scrolls, a bird and foliage around a crested cartouche, bud finial, 20cm high; together with two later chased silver pieces: a compressed circular teapot covered in masks, shells and scalework, Emes & Barnard, London, 1824, 22cm wide, and a milk jug with foliate panels, marks rubbed, London, circa 1800, 10cm high 1031gr (33oz) including wood handles to pots (3) ÂŁ300-400

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207 A VICTORIAN SILVER WINE EWER, MACKAY & CHISHOLM OF EDINBURGH OVERSTRIKING ROBERTS & BRIGGS, SHEFFIELD, 1860 beaded borders, with engraved formal foliate borders and oblong panels of Bacchic grape treaders and pickers, with inscribed roundel to the front, Green Man mask lip, scroll handle ending in a bird’s claw above a Bacchic mask roundel 36cm high, 1092gr (35oz) including ivory insulators The inscription reads: The gift of Sir Jno. Trevelyan Bart. to William Winship 1846 £700-1000

208 A VICTORIAN SILVER COFFEE POT, EDWARD BARNARD & SONS, LONDON, 1852 lobed baluster, on shell panel feet, with gourd and leaf finial and scroll handle 28cm high, 889gr (28oz) including ivory insulators £500-800

209 A GEORGE V SILVER TEAPOT, HUKIN & HEATH LTD, BIRMINGHAM, 1910 plain compressed circular, crested, wood finial and handle, 22cm wide; together with a Victorian silver sugar bowl, circular, covered in Rococo foliage, on three volute feet, Mappin & Webb, London, 1897, 9cm diameter; and a silver sauceboat, oval, on three shell-headed paw feet, C-scroll handle, Asprey & Co, Birmingham, 1907, 16.5cm wide 648gr (20oz) all in (3)

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£180-220

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210 A GEORGE IV SILVER SOUP TUREEN AND COVER, ALEXANDER EDMONSTON, EDINBURGH, 1823, RETAILER’S STAMP ‘FORRESTS’ the semi-fluted boat-shaped body and detachable cover with richly chased borders of scrolling foliage and flowers on a matted ground, reeded loop handles, shell and leaf finial 39.8cm over handles, 3311gr (106oz) Provenance: Sotheby’s, London, 28 February 1991, lot 66 £3000-4000 211 A WILLIAM IV SILVER TEAPOT, EDWARD BARNARD & SONS, LONDON, 1830 compressed circular, with a reeded girdle 31cm wide, 758gr (24oz) including wood handle and finial £300-500

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212 A VICTORIAN ELECTROPLATE-MOUNTED RAM’S HORN SNUFF MULL, WILLIAM BRIGGS, SHEFFIELD, CIRCA 1850 with scroll foliage engraved hinged lid, on a single lead-filled vineheaded scroll foot, 25cm wide; together with a large silver salt cellar, oval, in George III style with pale and foliate pierced sides, on four ball and claw feet, Harrison Brothers & Howson, London, 1912, 13cm wide, 81gr (2oz) excluding blue glass liner (2) £120-180

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213 213 A GEORGE III SILVER SALVER, PETER & WILLIAM BATEMAN, LONDON, 1806 engraved with a coat-of-arms and a bright-cut wrigglework and stiff leaf border, gadroon rim, on three curved panel feet, scratch weight:£2,5St 43cm diameter, 1970gr (63oz) The arms are those of Campbell. £1200-1800

214 A GEORGE III SHEFFIELD PLATE TRAY, MATTHEW BOULTON & PLATE CO, BIRMINGHAM, EARLY 19TH CENTURY oblong, engraved on an inset silver roundel with a coat of arms, gadroon rim, leafy handles and panel feet 74cm wide The arms are those of Wigram of Walthamstow, Essex, probably for Sir Robert Wigram 1st Bart. (1744-1830), a highly successful drug merchant, ship-owner and builder and Tory MP between 1802-07. Created a baronet in 1805, he was twice married and had twenty-three children, dying at Walthamstow House aged 86. £300-400

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217 A GEORGE III SILVER TEAPOT, HESTER BATEMAN, LONDON, 1786 shaped oval, with wrigglework and bright-cut borders and a crested and vacant shield, probably later bright-cut with foliate festoons 27cm wide, 466gr (15oz) including later bone finial and composition handle £300-400

215 215 AN IRISH GEORGE III SILVER INKSTAND, WILLIAM NOLAN, RETAILED BY WILLIAM LAW, DUBLIN, 1813 oblong, gadroon rim, engraved with a coat of arms to one of the pen depressions flanking the three silver mounted cut-glass square bottles, on paw and ball feet 22cm wide, 644gr (20oz) excluding glass

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£800-1200

218 A GEORGE II SILVER WAITER, GRIFFITH EDWARDS, LONDON, 1735 moulded rim, on three hoof feet, with mid 18th century engraved crest in a Rococo cartouche 15.5cm diameter, 255gr (8oz) £180-200

216 (part) 216 FOUR GEORGE III SILVER SALT CELLARS, MARKS RUBBED, TWO THOMAS SHEPHERD, ALL LONDON, 1767/70 compressed circular, each on three hoof supports, later crested, gilt interiors, 6cm diameter; together with a pair of oval silver salt cellars, T. Hayes, Birmingham, 1895, pierced, each on four claw and ball supports, 7.5cm wide 268gr (8oz) excluding two blue glass liners for the pair (6) £120-180

218 219 THREE GEORGIAN SILVER MILK JUGS, TWO LONDON 1801/1811, ONE EXETER CIRCA 1805 all oval, with bright-cut decoration, tallest 12cm high; together with a Victorian silver sugar bowl, circular, bright-cut fern decoration, Edward Ker Reid, London, 1871, 13cm diameter; and a silver jug, bulbous, with bands of alternate flutes and lobes, marks rubbed, probably early 20th century, 15cm high 914gr (29oz) (5)

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220 221 TWO GEORGIAN SILVER MILK JUGS, BOTH LONDON oval and with initialled cartouches, one with wrigglework border, Robert Jones, 1795, the other with bright-cut foliate border, Robert & David Hennell, 1796, tallest 12.5cm; together with a Georgian silver salt cellar, oval, crested, gadroon rim, on four shell headed and pad feet, marks rubbed, London, circa 1770; a silver mustard pot, plain circular (with mustard spoon), T.H. Hazlewood & Co., Birmingham, 1918; and a silver caster, baluster, scroll foliate chased, Chester, 1897, 16cm high 525gr (16oz) excluding blue glass liner (5)

220 A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER TEA CADDIES, SAMUEL TAYLOR, LONDON, 1763 ogee shaped, chased with scrolls and foliage, pierced spreading feet with scrolls and flowerheads, covers with flower finials 13cm high, 525gr (16oz) Provenance: Archibald Philip Primrose, 5th Earl of Rosebery (18471929) who is supposed to have said that he had three ambitions in life: to be Prime Minister, to marry an heiress and to win the Derby. He served as Prime Minister in 1894/95, won the Derby three times and married one of greatest heiresses of the day, Hannah de Rothschild. He owned a number of houses, including Mentmore and The Durdans in Epsom, where he died. Included in this lot is a letter on ‘The Durdans’ paper dictated by Lord Rosebery and dated April 1923, offering the caddies to Mrs Northey (great-grandmother of the present vendor) ‘as a memorial of my long and faithful friendship’. Mrs Northey of Woodcote House was Lord Rosebery’s neighbour in Epsom.

£180-220 222 A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER WINE COASTERS, EDWARD ALDRIDGE, LONDON, 1764 each with waved gadroon rim above scroll pierced sides and a cartouche crested above the initials JE, wood bases 13cm diameter

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223 A SET OF FOUR GEORGE IV SILVER CANDLESTICKS, JOHN YOUNGE & CO, SHEFFIELD, 1784 with fluting between reeded borders, circular bases rising to flared cylindrical stems, urn-shaped sconces and detachable nozzles 30cm high, loaded £3000-4000 224 A PAIR OF SHEFFIELD PLATE CANDLESTICKS, THOMAS LAW, SHEFFIELD, CIRCA 1765 gadroon square bases rising to stopfluted columns and Corinthian capital sconces, with detachable nozzles, loaded 34.5cm high £100-150

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225 A GEORGE II SILVER CASTER, SAMUEL WOOD, LONDON, 1757 baluster body with reeded girdle, cover pierced and engraved with panels of pellets and scrolls below a knopped finial 15.5cm high, 144gr (4oz) £200-300

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226 A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER SAUCE TUREENS AND COVERS, PAUL STORR, LONDON, 1800 pedestal oval, on rectangular bases, bodies and domed covers engraved with a crest, reeded loop handles and borders, each pellet numbered 4 or 5, one cover hallmarked 1802 23cm wide, 1243gr (39oz) £4500-6500 227 A GEORGE III SILVER TEAPOT, HESTER BATEMAN, LONDON, 1783, ON AN ASSOCIATED STAND, THOMAS OLIPHANT OF MANCHESTER OVERSTRIKING ANOTHER, LONDON, 1791 oval with beaded rims, the teapot with bright-cut vacant ovals and borders and probably later engraved between with floral swags teapot 24cm wide, 576gr (18oz) including ivory finial and handle (2)

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£500-700 228 A GEORGE III SILVER TEA CADDY, ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN GIBSON LEADBETTER, LONDON, 1769 plain rectangular, stepped domed lid, later engraved with crests, with key 11cm high, 272gr (8oz)

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229 A QUEEN ANNE SILVER CHOCOLATE POT, ANTHONY NELME, LONDON, 1711 the otherwise plain tapering cylindrical body engraved with a coat-of-arms within a husk festoon and scrolling strapwork cartouche, swan-neck spout with hinged cover, the detachable crested domed cover complete with hinged cap and chained pin, scratch weight: 25=5=0 25cm high, 825gr (26oz) including replacement fibre handle The arms are those of Stewart with Gurney in pretence. Provenance: Christie’s, London, 28 March 1962, lot 145; Sotheby’s, London, 23 May 1991, lot 311 £6000-10000

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230 A CARIBBEAN GEORGE II SILVER COFFEE POT, ATTRIBUTED TO ABRAHAM LE FRANCOIS, ASSAY MASTER ANTHONY DANVERS, JAMAICA, CIRCA 1755 tapering cylindrical, chased with rococo scrolls and foliage around later engraved initials SME, lid with pineapple finial, cast fluted spout, lid and underside each with alligator’s head standard and assay master’s marks 29cm high, 1253gr (40oz) including wood handle See the New York Historical Museum, Object No. 1943.226, for a coffee pot of almost matching chasing and design, although with differing spout, marked ALF probably for Abraham Le Francois. Although 18th century Jamaican silver is rarely found, it is thought there were at least twenty-three goldsmiths working there in the mid 18th century. By this time, the authorities were sufficiently worried about the quality of their wares that an act of 1747 stated: ‘…it is notorious that most, if not all, the gold and silver wares made and sold in this island are composed of base metals, and are greatly inferior to the equality and goodness directed and required by the … law, to the great wrong and injury of the buyer.’ Unusually for British Colonies, it was decided that all gold and silver should be assayed, the silver to a standard of eleven ounces two pennyweights. The act stipulated that an assay master be appointed, who would be ‘obliged to mark the said gold and silver wares with the stamp or mark of an alligator’s head, and the initial letters of his own name’. The first assay master, the metallurgist Charles Wood (primarily known for work on wrought iron and platinum) was replaced by Anthony Danvers in 1749. Danvers is thought to have come from Liverpool and perhaps died in Kingston in 1772. The practice of assay marking appears to have stopped by about 1765.

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232 232 A RUSSIAN SILVER-GILT CLOISONNE ENAMEL NAPKIN RING, 20TH ARTEL, MOSCOW, 1908-1917 with flowers and foliage on predominantly green or cream grounds, 875 standard 5.7cm wide £300-500

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231 A PAIR OF RUSSIAN SILVER CANDLESTICKS, J. EHRLICH, KOSTROMA, CIRCA 1910 each domed circular base raised on three vine branch openwork feet, the knopped stems with tapering cylindrical section decorated with swans, fish and reeds on a matted ground, foliate borders and gadrooned nozzles, 875 standard 29.5cm high, 503gr (16oz) £700-1000

233 233 A RUSSIAN SILVER-GILT AND CLOISONNE ENAMEL BOX, MARKS RUBBED, CIRCA 1900 circular, with flowers, foliage and bands of blue pellets on a matted ground 5.5cm diameter £800-1200

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234 A PAIR OF RUSSIAN SILVER-GILT AND ENAMEL TEASPOONS, ANTIP KUZMICHEV, MOSCOW, LATE 19TH CENTURY, RETAILED BY TIFFANY & CO, NEW YORK champlevé enamelled with foliate and geometric motifs, stems stamped ‘MADE FOR TIFFANY & Co.’, 916 standard 11.3cm long £200-300

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235 A RUSSIAN SILVER-GILT CLOISONNE ENAMEL BOX, CONSTANTIN SKVORTSOV, MOSCOW, 1908-1917 oval, with foliate and geometric motifs on green and other coloured grounds, 875 standard 7.8cm wide

236 A RUSSIAN SILVER-GILT CLOISONNE ENAMEL KOVSH, 11TH ARTEL, MOSCOW, 1908-1917 with stylised foliage, flowers and scrolls on a matted ground, 916 standard 9cm long

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237 A RUSSIAN SILVER-GILT PLIQUE-A-JOUR ENAMEL VODKA BEAKER, KHLEBNIKOV, MOSCOW, 1895 tapering cylindrical, covered in floral and geometric motifs, assay master Lev Fridrikhovitch Oleks, 875 standard 6cm high £2000-3000

237 238 A GOLD-MOUNTED NEPHRITE PHOTOGRAPH FRAME, FRANK HYAMS LTD, LONDON, CIRCA 1905 circular, mounted with a gold border of leaves interrupted by flowerheads on a pink enamel ground, with silver-gilt back, easel and suspension ring, inscribed to back ‘FRANK HYAMS Ltd. 128 NEW BOND St W’, unmarked 5.2cm diameter Frank Hyams started a jewellery business in Dunedin, New Zealand, in 1885, securing a “first order of merit” for the manufacture of gold, gem and greenstone jewellery at the New Zealand and South Seas Exhibition in 1890. Coming to London, he registered a limited company, as “artistic jewellers, gold and silversmiths, and dealers in gems of rarity”, at 128 New Bond Street in 1902. The firm gained a considerable reputation in society for their New Zealand nephrite objects. Their handsome stand at the Imperial International Exhibition in London in 1909 represented a Maori house. Hyams retired from the business in 1914. (John Culme, The Directory of Gold and Silversmiths, Woodbridge, 1987, p.250) For a Hyams gold-mounted nephrite scent bottle, see the Smithsonian Institute, catalogue No. G8835 and for a silver-mounted example see Sotheby’s, New York, 4 November 2011, lot 114.

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239 A RUSSIAN STYLE CARVED HARDSTONE FIGURE OF A UKRANIAN PEASANT, AFTER KARL FABERGE, 20TH CENTURY wearing lapis trousers tied with a belt of purpurine, a mottled brown cloak of perhaps Urazov jasper draped over his shoulders, his hair and mustache of coffee-colored jasper, the cap and boots of obsidian, the white quartz shirt applied with a painted enamel panel and with matching collar, holding a gold pipe in his right hand 13cm high

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241 A RUSSIAN STYLE CARVED HARDSTONE FIGURE OF A ST PETERSBURG COACHMAN, AFTER KARL FABERGE, 20TH CENTURY with a lapis coat and rhodonite hands holding a gold whip, a nephrite shawl tied around his waist, his cachalong face set with sapphire cabochon eyes 14cm high £1000-1500 242 A RUSSIAN STYLE CARVED HARDSTONE FIGURE OF AN IZVOZCHIK OR COACHMAN, 20TH CENTURY the bearded figure with gold trimmed red hat, large green coat and large white gloves 13cm high £1000-1500 243 A RUSSIAN STYLE CARVED HARDSTONE FIGURE OF A BUTCHER, 20TH CENTURY the bearded figure holding a large silver axe 12cm high £1000-1500

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244 A RUSSIAN SILVER CIGARETTE CASE, MAKER’S MARK I.N, ST PETERSBURG, 1898-1908 oblong, textured to simulate fish skin, the lid applied with a gilt bee, bat and a silver horse, the reverse with gilt initials SA, sapphire cabochon thumbpiece, gilt interior with two lidded compartments, 875 standard 9.5cm wide, 146gr (4oz) all in £300-500

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Lots 245 to 283: A Danish Private Collection of Objects of Vertu 245 A LATVIAN SILVER CIGAR CASE, MAKER’S MARK HB, CIRCA 1930 rounded oblong, the lid with a troika scene in relief, gilt thumbpiece with blue cabochon, gilt interior, 875 standard 10.8cm wide, 220gr (7oz) £100-150 246 A CONTINENTAL SILVER-GILT MINAUDIERE, RETAILED BY KIRBY, BEARD & CO LTD, PARIS, CIRCA 1930 rounded oblong, hammer finished, with sapphire cabochon buttons revealing coin holders, mirror, powder and rouge containers, an ivory notepad and a note clip, also with fitted pencil, interior stamped: KIRBY BEARD & CO., French import marks 12.5cm wide excluding suspension chain The Paris shop of Kirby, Beard & Co. Ltd. sold a variety of luxury goods between the two world wars, although the firm (first established in Gloucester in 1743) was much known as a pin manufacturer and maker of the eponymous Kirby grip. £120-180

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247 A FRENCH SILVER AND NIELLO SNUFF BOX, SALMON & DELAVIERE, PARIS, 1877/78 rectangular, the lid with a scene of a huntsman flirting with a paysanne at a gate, waisted sides and base covered in diaper patterned decoration, French export mark and Swedish import mark 8.8cm wide £250-350

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248 A GEORGE III SILVER-GILT SNUFF BOX, JOSEPH TAYLOR, BIRMINGHAM, 1815 rectangular, moulded sides, the lid with vacant roundel surrounded a variety of engine-turning and an applied border of fruit-laden vines, underside further engine-turned 6.3cm wide £200-300


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249 A FRENCH GOLD-MOUNTED TORTOISESHELL BOITE A PORTRAIT, JEAN-LOUIS LEFERRE, PARIS, CIRCA 1820 set with an earlier oval portrait miniature of gentleman in a blue cloak, attributed to Benjamin Arlaud (Swiss, circa 1670-after 1731), circa 1720, gold lined interior, 18 carat, 6.8cm diameter £700-1000 250 A FRENCH GOLD-MOUNTED VERNIS MARTIN BOX AND COVER, LATE 18 TH CENTURY the cover with floral painted oval and applied gold borders of roundels, red chequered ground, tortoiseshell lined 7.6cm diameter £300-500 251 A FRENCH GOLD-MOUNTED TORTOISESHELL BOX, CIRCA 1765 oblong, the lid with a piqué floral spray, gold hinged mounts and Rococo scroll thumbpiece 8.3cm wide £600-800 252 A FRENCH GOLD-MOUNTED TORTOISESHELL BOITE A ROUGE, PARIS, CIRCA 1780 rectangular, the lid with a piqué rayed oval and a border of entrelac-de-rubans, rim and thumbpiece mounts with foliate engraving, interior fitted with mirror and two hinged compartments and an open compartment, discharge mark for J.B. Fouache and export mark for H. Clavel 6cm wide

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£500-800 253 A SCANDINAVIAN GOLD MINIATURE FLASK, PROBABLY DANISH, LATE 18 TH /EARLY 19 TH CENTURY in the form of a Neo-classical pedestal urn, faceted above and below a matted ground stylised leaf girdle, with angular handles, screw-in cover, marked ‘SP’ and two further indecipherable marks 5.5cm high £500-700 254 A CONTINENTAL GOLD AND GLASS DESK SEAL, CIRCA 1900 the glass cylinder (chipped) intaglio engraved with a mantled coat of arms beneath a Count’s coronet, the encircling gold snake with finely chased scales 6.5cm long

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255 A SCANDINAVIAN SILVER VINAIGRETTE, CIRCA 1835 rectangular, the lid with rayed lobes centred by a glazed and painted roundel of a coastal scene, gilt interior with pale pierced hinged grille, underside pricked ‘A.K. / E.C.D. / 1836’, maker’s mark W.P. struck thrice,6cm wide; together with an Austrian silver and enamel box, cut-cornered rectangular, blue guilloche enamel, gilt interior, Vienna, circa 1930, 7.5cm wide; and a French electroplate and enamel pill box and cover, circular, Aucoc of Paris, mid 20th century, 4.5cm diameter (3) £150-250 256 AN OTTOMAN SILVER BOX, 19 TH CENTURY cut cornered rectangular, the lid chased with a view of a mosque surrounded by scrolls and foliage, base also opening to a compartment probably for a miniature, Swedish import marks, 7.3cm wide; together with a Persian silver box, early 20th century, the lid with chased scene of a King on horseback surprising a lady apparently bathing, sides with further figural scenes, 9.4cm wide (2) £200-300 257 A CONTINENTAL SILVER-GILT SNUFF BOX, PROBABLY GERMAN, THIRD QUARTER 18 TH CENTURY rectangular, with all-over raised and waved linear decoration, crown and lion pseudo marks 8cm wide £250-350 258 A DANISH SILVER SNUFF BOX, JOACHIM HENDRICH DYSTERDIJK, COPENHAGEN, 1746 the rectangular lid with a cast scene of a stork, sheep and figure amidst Rococo scrolls and foliage, the bombé sides with Rococo scalework panels, the underside with a cartouche initialled UO, gilt interior, maker’s mark only three times 6.5cm wide £300-500

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259 A CONTINENTAL SILVER SNUFF BOX, PROBABLY DANISH, CIRCA 1740 cartouche shaped, with shell, scroll and foliate decoration, underside with worn engraving, gilt interior, marks rubbed, one IN?, the other probably with initials above the date 6.4cm wide £250-350 260 A FRENCH SILVER SNUFF BOX, PARIS, 1750 showing traces of gilding, rectangular, with all-over decoration of rocaille, scrolls and foliage, gilt interior with later pricked inscription ‘Professor S. Bang…1925’, charge, discharge and date letter marks 7.5cm wide £250-350 261 A DANISH SILVER SNUFF BOX, ODENSE, THIRD QUARTER 18TH CENTURY rectangular, bombé sides, the lid with a cast scene of an artist at his easel amidst a townscape and surrounded by Rococo scrolls, gilt interior, two fleurs-de-lys marks and another indecipherable 7cm wide £300-500 262 A DANISH SILVER SNUFF BOX, MAKER’S MARK APPARENTLY PA, COPENHAGEN, 1774 cartouche shaped, the lid with a cast Rococo figural scene, gilt interior, assay master Christopher Fabritius and another indecipherable mark 7cm wide £300-500


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263 TWO FRENCH GILT-METAL SNUFF BOXES (OR BOITES EN POMPONNE), LATE 18 TH CENTURY both oval with Neo-classical decoration 8.5 and 7.5cm wide (2) £300-500 264 A FRENCH GILT-METAL SNUFF BOX (OR BOITE EN POMPONNE), LATE 18 TH CENTURY oval, the lid set with mother-of-pearl painted oval panel of a boy beside a truncated column allegorical of friendship, with milled panels between formal foliate borders,tortoiseshell lined interior, 8cm wide; together with another French gilt-metal snuff box, oval, decorated with a variety of milled decoration, tortoiseshell lined, late 18th century, 6.5cm wide (2) £400-600

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265 A GEORGE III GILT-METAL SNUFF BOX, PROBABLY BIRMINGHAM, THIRD QUARTER 18 TH CENTURY rectangular, the lid with a figural scene set amidst Rococo architectural volutes, engine-turned cast sides and base, 7.5cm wide; together with a gilt-metal rouge box, with Rococo figural scene, engine-turned cast sides, interior with lidded compartment, probably Birmingham, third quarter 18th century, 4.4cm wide (2) £300-400 266 A VERNIS MARTIN STYLE BOX, FRENCH, LATE 19 TH CENTURY oval, iridescent green ground, painted with a scene of a courting couple after Boucher, with gilt-metal hinged mounts and thumbpiece, tortoiseshell lined 9.5cm wide £150-250


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267 A GOLD-MOUNTED AGATE BOX, PROBABLY GERMAN, EARLY 19 TH CENTURY oval, brown banded hardstone, gold hinged mounts with brightcut thumbpiece 9cm wide £500-800

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270 A GOLD-MOUNTED HARDSTONE ETUI, PROBABLY GERMAN, LATE 18TH CENTURY oval, dark green stone, with reeded gold hinge, top and base mounts, vacant interior, 9cm long; together with a gold-mounted green agate box and cover, egg shaped, 20th century, 4.5cm long (2) £300-500

268 A GOLD-MOUNTED AMETHYSTINE QUARTZ SNUFF BOX, PROBABLY GERMAN, MID 18 TH CENTURY cartouche shaped, the hinged mounts with scalloped edges 8cm wide £300-500 269 A GOLD-MOUNTED ROSE QUARTZ BOX, PROBABLY GERMAN, EARLY 20 TH CENTURY the plain hinged mounts with emerald cabochon thumbpiece 5.5cm diameter £200-300

271 AN AVENTURINE QUARTZ SNUFF BOX, PROBABLY GERMAN, LATE 18TH CENTURY oval, sepia veined hardstone, the gilt-metal hinged mount with a band of patera and foliage 7.7cm wide £200-300 272 A ‘GOLD QUARTZ’ SNUFF BOX, PROBABLY GERMAN, MID 18TH CENTURY cartouche shaped, the hardstone with metallic inclusions, the giltmetal hinged mounts with scalloped edges 8.5cm wide £400-600

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273 A CONTINENTAL GOLD SNUFF BOX, PROBABLY ITALIAN, MID 20 TH CENTURY oblong, the lid bright-cut engraved with a basket of flowers on an engine-turned ground bordered by bright-cut foliage, base engine-turned, stamped ‘18K’ 8.2cm wide, 61gr £1000-1500

274 A DANISH GOLD PILL BOX, AXEL HANSEN, COPENHAGEN, MID 20 TH CENTURY rectangular, engine-turned, interior with two compartments, engraved ‘Ax.H.585’ 5.6cm wide £500-700

275 A CHINESE GOLD SCENT BOTTLE, 20TH CENTURY moon flask shaped, circular panels of enamelled fruits on a filigree diaper patterned ground, the sides and cover set with pink sapphire cabochons, collar with green enamelled drop rings, interior with pellet pierced detachable grille, stamped ‘14K’ 6.5cm high £800-1200

276 A GOLD BOX, UNMARKED, PROBABLY ITALIAN MID 20 TH CENTURY shaped oblong, with applied cast Rococo borders, the lid engraved with a lake scene, the underside with a floral spray 8.6cm wide, 180gr £3000-4000

277 A CONTINENTAL GOLD BOITE A ROUGE, PROBABLY GERMAN, THIRD QUARTER 18TH CENTURY cartouche shaped, wavy linear rayed decoration, interior with a lidded compartment, unmarked 5.3cm wide £800-1200

278 A GERMAN GOLD AND MOTHER-OF-PEARL BOX, 18/19 TH CENTURY rectangular, the lid applied with a gold openwork border of insects devouring leaves, the sides with shaped gold panels of grotesque masks, fruits, rocaille and scrolls on a matted ground, reeded rims, unmarked 6.9cm wide £1500-2000

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279 AN ENGLISH PORCELAIN BONBONNIERE, PROBABLY CHELSEA, CIRCA 1760 modelled and painted as the head of a woman wearing a Commedia del’Arte mask 6cm high £600-900 280 A DANISH PORCELAIN BONBONNIERE, COPENHAGEN, CIRCA 1790 finely moulded and painted as the head of a shaggy dog, the lid painted with a vignette of a cockerel in a landscape 7cm wide For other similar examples see Christie’s, New York, 24 November 2009, lot 82 and Sotheby’s London, 6 March 2001, lot 79, also see B.L Grandjean, Kongelig Dansk Porcelin, p.166, pl.155 £800-1200 281 A GEORGIAN ENAMEL SNUFF BOX, LONDON, CIRCA 1755-60 rectangular, blue ground painted with floral sprays 7.7cm wide £200-300 282 A GEORGE III ENAMEL BONBONNIERE, BIRMINGHAM, CIRCA 1755-60 shaped baluster, painted with floral sprays on a white ground, 7cm high; together with French enamel tea caddy and cover, circa 1900, cut-cornered rectangular, with flower sprays between blue striped borders on a white ground, hinged lid and circular cover, 9cm high (2) £200-300 283 A GEORGE III ENAMEL BOX, SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE, CIRCA 1765 rectangular, lid and sides painted with vignettes in Rococo scroll cartouches of rustics and their animals in riverine landscapes amidst churches and classical ruins, the pale blue ground with white diaper and pellet patterning 8.9cm wide £300-400

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285 285 A FRENCH SILVER-MOUNTED PORCELAIN SNUFF BOX, PROBABLY ST. CLOUD, CIRCA 1753 modelled as a huntress resting against a tree stump, wearing a yellow jacket and blue skirt, holding a hare in her right hand, a dog at her feet, the lid moulded and painted with flower sprays, interior painted with floral sprigs, silver hinge mounts with discharge mark of Julien Berthe, Paris, 1750-56 8cm wide £400-600

289 289 A GEORGE III GOLD VINAIGRETTE, UNMARKED, PROBABLY GILES LOYER OF LONDON, CIRCA 1805 oval, decorated with a variety of engine-turned bands, interior with a removable pellet pierced and diaper patterned grille 3cm wide Giles Loyer entered his mark from 21 Denmark Street, Soho, on 28 October 1799 (Grimwade, p. 361). A trade directory entry in 1811 described him as a goldsmith and engine turner. For further references to him and his associates, some of whom were engineturners, see Culme, vol, I, p. 87, footnote 3. For further similar engine-turned boxes with his mark see Christie’s, London, 18 March 2003, lots 260/265/266 as well as another sold in these rooms, 22 May 2012, lot 376. £250-350

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286 A BALTIC AMBER SCENT FLASK, SECOND QUARTER 18TH CENTURY faceted baluster, with a probably associated gold neck mount and stopper, the mount unmarked, perhaps French circa 1730 8.7cm high £150-250 287 A GERMAN PORCELAIN THIMBLE, PERHAPS FURSTENBERG, CIRCA 1780 painted with a puce vignette of figures on a quayside, a yellow diaperwork girdle interrupted by further similar vignettes, gilt borders, 2cm high; together with a George III gilt-metal thimble, with scroll filigree work, in original case, probably Birmingham, late 18th century, 2.7cm high (2)

290 A VICTORIAN GOLD VINIAGRETTE, UNMARKED, PROBABLY BIRMINGHAM, CIRCA 1860 shaped rectangular, engraved with diaper pattern, the interior with pierced and engraved hinged grille, pendent ring 2.7cm wide

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294 A GEORGE IV SILVER VINAIGRETTE, THOMAS SHAW, BIRMINGHAM, 1826 oblong, the lid with geometric bright-cutting surrounding a vacant cartouche, gilt interior with pierced scroll grille 2.5cm wide £80-120

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295 A VICTORIAN SILVER PICTORIAL CARD CASE, NATHANIEL MILLS, BIRMINGHAM, 1850 oblong, engine-turned with waved diaperwork surrounding a view of a road beside a lake leading to a long bridge and town with hills behind, obverse with cartouche inscribed ‘H.S.C. To E.J.E.’ 8.5cm wide excluding suspension chain £400-600

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293 296 293 A GEORGE III SILVER VINAIGRETTE, JOHN SHAW, BIRMINGHAM, 1806 cut-cornered rectangular, engraved with a vacant oval between two diagonal bands surrounded by wrigglework scrolls on a matted ground, gilt interior with pierced grille 2.8cm wide

296 A GEORGE V SILVER CIGAR CASE, JOSEPH GLOSTER LTD, BIRMINGHAM, 1927 oblong, shaped to fit five cigars, with bright-cut scroll foliage and a vacant cartouche, gilt interior 13.5cm wide

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297 A GERMAN SILVER ‘SINGING BIRD’ MUSIC BOX, PROBABLY KARL GRIESBAUM, 20TH CENTURY shaped oblong, set with red pastes, the cover with musical instuments opening via the side pull for the feathered bird automaton to emerge from gilt grilles, flanked by shells in matted panels, the sides with further panels with profile medallions and floral swags, on mask and scroll bracket feet, stamped 925, reichsmark, STERLING and ER?, with key 11cm wide £1000-1500

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299 A WILLIAM IV SILVER SNUFF BOX, JOSEPH WILLMORE, BIRMINGHAM, 1834 rectangular, reeded all over, the gilt interior engraved with the name ‘Harry Hole.’ 7.2cm wide

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298 A VICTORIAN SILVER PRESENTATION SNUFF BOX, NATHANIEL MILLS, BIRMINGHAM, 1851 rectangular, the hinged lid engraved with an inscription, otherwise decorated with engine-turning and reeding, gilt interior 6.5cm wide The inscription reads: ‘Presented to the Revd. Wm. Matthews. By his late Parishioners at Cowgill in Dent as a token of respect, 1863’

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The Rev. William Matthews was educated at Queen’s College, Cambridge, before his ordination for the priesthood by the Bishop of Chester in 1840. The following year he was appointed curate of Cowgill, Dent, Yorkshire, where he remained until 1863. He was afterwards vicar of Hawes, Yorkshire, until his death in 1870.

300 GOLFING INTEREST: AN AMERICAN SILVER CIGARETTE CASE, R. BLACKINGTON & CO, NORTH ATTLEBORO MA, SECOND QUARTER 20TH CENTURY oblong, the lid acid etched and enamelled with a scene of a golfer having taken his swing, his caddy in attendance, a copse of trees behind, engineturned gilt interior with pierced and sprung retaining bar 12cm wide

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301 A GEORGE III ENAMELLED GOLD-CASED LOCKET/MINIATURE FRAME, UNMARKED, LATE 18TH CENTURY glazed oval, decorated with a bright-cut border enriched with blue and white enamel, the interior with glazed compartment, pendent fob, 8.5cm overall; together with a gold locket/miniature frame, oval engine-turned, glazed aperture, the interior inscribed, the reverse monogrammed LCC, suspension ring, English, circa 1870, 6.2cm overall (2) The inscription reads: ‘Frederick Chamier R.N. / in his 27th. year / Born 2nd. Novr. 1796 / Died 29th. Octr. 1870’ Frederick Chamier was a naval captain who later became a well known novelist. Following his retirement from the Royal Navy, he published The Unfortunate Man (1835), Jack Malcolm’s Log (1846) and other popular seafaring yarns. £200-300 302 A GEORGIAN GILT-METAL-MOUNTED ‘PICTURE AGATE’ ETUI, SECOND QUARTER 18TH CENTURY tapering oblong, the hardstone’s natural banding and dendritic inclusions suggesting landscapes, with reeded and Rococo foliate mounts, the interior with a variety of implements (one missing), 10cm long: together with a Georgian gilt-metal etui, tapering shaped oblong, stamped with a figure between pilasters and foliage, interior with three implements (three missing), probably Birmingham second quarter 18th century, 9.5cm long excluding suspension ring; a Victorian silver lancet case, tapering oblong, engine-turned between applied foliate borders, vacant interior, retailer’s stamp ‘SIMPSON / 55 STRAND’, George Cowie, London, 1851, 6.3cm long; and a gold-mounted penknife, scroll foliate stamped, 20th century, 6cm long (4) £300-500

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303 303 A VICTORIAN SILVER PAGE TURNER, GEORGE UNITE, BIRMINGHAM, 1888 the silver blade with bright-cut scroll foliage, the loaded silver handle with stamped foliage, in original case with Goldsmith’s Alliance printed label, page turner 36cm long; together with a silver pen tray, oblong, initialled MBL, Henry Clifford Davis, Birmingham, 1912, 23cm long (2) £100-150

304 304 A GOLD BALLPOINT PEN, LATE 20TH CENTURY two-colour mesh textured, with lapis lazuli terminal, the clip signed Cross, stamped 750 13.5cm long £200-300 305 A COLLECTION OF FIVE EUROPEAN SILVER MODELS comprising: a German gondola with two gondoliers and cabin with hinged roof, Neresheimer & Söhne, Hanau, import marked Samuel Boyce Landeck, Chester, 1906, 19.5cm long, a Dutch sailing barge, Jan van Dijk, Hoorn, early 20th century, 13cm long, a figure in a sledge drawn by oxen, early 20th century, 8cm long, a German freestanding pheasant, Neresheimer & Söhne, Hanau, import marked Berthold Muller, London, 1911, 15cm long, and a pheasant card holder on oval base, Sampson Mordan & Co, Chester, 1905, 10cm long £200-300

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306 GOLD AND ENAMEL BROOCH, PROBABLY FRENCH SECOND HALF 19TH CENTURY the Rococo frame with enamelled roses and finely chased scrolls and foliage surrounding the painted allegorical scene of Cupid, his bow and quiver and a pair of doves beside the Altar of Friendship 5.3cm high £150-250

307 A PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A YOUNG WOMAN, ENGLISH SCHOOL, CIRCA 1795 her curled grey hair with blue ribbon, her blue dress with white loosely wrapped collar, reverse with plaited hair, in a gold pendent frame with probably associated chain collet set with two graduated amethysts, miniature 3.5cm high; together with another portrait miniature in late 18th century style of a gentleman in a blue coat with gold frogging, gold-cased brooch frame, English School, late 19th century, 4.3cm high (2) £200-300 308 A PAIR OF CONTINENTAL PORTRAIT MINIATURES OF NAPOLEON AND JOSEPHINE, EARLY 20TH CENTURY oval, in elongated octagonal ivory veneered frames with engraved foliage to the corners 14cm high £70-100 309 A VICTORIAN GOLD FOB SEAL, UNMARKED, CIRCA 1850 cast as a mediaeval knight in armour supporting a sword and shield, his breastplate applied with a gem-set cross, the oval bloodstone matrix engraved with a crest, cap of maintenance and motto, suspension rings 4cm high By family repute, left to Mrs Arthur Matthison, by the writer, her friend and co-religionist, G.K. Chesterton. £800-1200

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310 A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER BUCKLES, WILLIAM ELEY, LONDON, 1791 beaded, metal fittings lacking, 7cm wide; together with the following silver smallwork: a pair of small buckles, Joseph Willmore, Birmingham, circa 1800, a Continental pill box or vinaigrette, with hinged interior grille, unmarked, 19th century, 3.3cm wide, a plain oblong pill box, Adie & Lovekin Ltd, Birmingham, 1905, 2.4cm wide, and a joke miniature matchbox on stand, Walker & Hall, Birmingham, 1906, 3.3cm high (7) £70-100

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311 ETERNA ‘CHRONOMETRE’: A GOLD POCKET WATCH, CIRCA 1930 jewelled Swiss keyless wind movement, brushed two-tone dial with applied gold Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, 18 carat gold outer case with berried laurel leaf rims and Art Deco engine-turned back, dial, case and movement signed, case 2545110, brass cuvette similarly numbered, movement 2587292 case 4.6cm

312 STAUFFER SON & CO: A GOLD POCKET WATCH, CIRCA 1870 key wind and set movement with cylinder escapement and brass balance wheel, foliate bright-cut dial with black Arabic numerals, 18 carat outer case with bright-cut foliate decoration, case and movement signed, case and metal cuvette numbered 112062, with key case 4.2cm £150-250

£500-700 313 PATECK GENEVE: A GOLD HUNTING CASED POCKET WATCH, CIRCA 1890 keyless wind 15 jewel movement, the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals, minute track and outer Arabic minute divisions, subsidiary seconds to six o’clock, 14 carat engineturned outer case with vacant cartouche, brass cuvette signed and numbered 167948 case 5cm £150-200

314 A ROSEWOOD REPEATING TABLE CLOCK, WILLIAM WILSON, LONDON, CIRCA 1840 eight-day twin fusée five pillar movement striking and repeating on a bell, the silvered Roman dial with cusped ogee arch, signed Wm. Wilson / Southampton Street / STRAND , foliate tendril engraved border, case with domed reeded top below a knopped finial, reeded fans and brass inlaid chamfered corners to the door, ripple moulded borders, on bun feet, with keys and pendulum restraint 30.5cm high £1200-1800

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315 BAUME & MERCIER: RHODIUM PLATED WRISTWATCH, CIRCA 1985 manual wind 17 jewel movement, rectangular white dial with Roman numerals and five seconds inner chapter ring, oblong case with cabochon crown, snap-on back numbered 33139 41 / 618, dial, case and movement signed, original leather strap, in case with guarantee card case 3.5cm high

318 OMEGA, ‘DE VILLE’ REF. 8270: A GENTLEMAN’S SILVER BRACELET WATCH, 1970s cal.620 manual wind movement, lever escapement, 17 jewels, mono-metallic balance, adjusted to two positions, brushed dark blued dial with white batons and hands, wide rectangular case with snap-on back and bevelled glass, integral Omega four row fancy link bracelet with slide clasp, case, dial and movement signed case 21 x 38mm

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316 MOVADO, ‘MUSEUM’ REF. 41-40-870SG: A DIAMOND-SET GOLD WRISTWATCH quartz movement, green brushed dial with ‘sapphire’ glass flanked by diamond-set borders, 18 carat case, green leather Movado strap with buckle set with diamond initials PJ, in case and box, Swiss marks to case, serial number 1675850 case 33mm wide

319 BULOVA, ‘ACCUTRON SPACEVIEW’ REF.214: A GENTLEMAN’S GILT-METAL WRISTWATCH, 1969 ‘tuning fork’ electric movement, circular skeleton dial with luminous batons and hands, orange centre seconds, cushion case, probably associated two colour link bracelet, dial and case signed, serial number 1-716670 case 37mm across

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317 CENTURY TIME GEMS LTD, BIEL: A ‘SAPPHIRE’ CASE WRISTWATCH quartz movement, dodecahedral ‘sapphire’ glass case with gilt Roman numerals and 18 carat gold ring to reverse, diamond-set lugs and leather strap with gilt-metal Century buckle, in Century box case 30mm

320 ‘FERRARI’: A GENTLEMAN’S ANODISED STEEL BRACELET WATCH quartz movement, red circular dial with yellow baton numerals, Ferrari prancing horse emblem at 9 o’clock and date aperture at 3 o’clock, twice signed gilt bezel, stainless steel back with prancing horse emblem, link bracelet with gilt squares and signed box clasp, serial number 107519 case 34mm £80-120

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321 9 CARAT WATCH CHAIN the graduated curb link chain suspending a carved gold and bloodstone seal length approximately 395mm, chain 39gr £200-300

321 322 COLLECTION OF VICTORIAN PIQUÉ AND HAIR JEWELLERY comprising: a carved hinged bangle inlaid with gold and silver geometric patterns with floral details, diameter 58mm approximately; a circular convex brooch with similar inlaid swag and floral decoration, diameter 41mm approximately; a smaller similar brooch with central lattice design, diameter 33mm approximately; and a single pear shaped drop earring; together with a plated hair bracelet with a rectangular clasp decorated with scroll and glazed compartment, length approximately 170mm; a bracelet with a torsade of plated hair lengths fixed with a tubular clasp etched with a foliate scroll design, diameter 70mm approximately; and a similarly designed torsade bracelet with similarly etched hexagonal terminals, double bow clasp suspending a glazed padlock engraved with ‘Louisa’ to reverse, length approximately 200mm (7)

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323 TWO INTAGLIO RINGS, EARLY 19th CENTURY one mounted with three chalcedony intaglios, the side decorated with trellis wirework between openwork scroll and foliate shoulders, size V, the other mounted with an oval intaglio of ‘Zeus Amon’ on a reeded shank, size I; together with the following assorted jewellery: a fan shaped pendant with three glazed compartments; three stick pins; and a gold-cased seal with carnelian base (7)

325 GOLD AND CORAL BRACELET, MID 19TH CENTURY the sixteen row coral bead bracelet secured with a beaten plaque of crescent, scroll and foliate design length approximately 165mm

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325 (part) 324 COLLECTION OF CORAL JEWELLERY comprising: four row bead necklace with gold chased box ‘hair’ clasp, late 18th century, length 375mm approximately, five row coral bracelet with gold scroll and foliate clasp mounted with a relief carved oval, late 18th century, length 190mm, cultured pearl and coral graduated necklace with oval clasp, length 490mm, and a faceted coral bead and cultured pearl bracelet, length 190mm (4) £200-300

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326 COLLECTION OF GOLD AND GEM SET BROOCHES, EARLY TO MID 19TH CENTURY comprising: serpentine knot brooch decorated with applied wire work and oval amethysts suspending a trefoil buckle pendant similarly designed, width approximately 60mm; ribbon brooch with a central circular garnet and four pearls (fitting for pendant), length approximately 41mm; cartouche brooch set with an oval citrine and decorated with scroll and foliate design, length approximately 32mm; oval brooch decorated with granulation, twisted wire, oval amethysts and flower heads, compartment to reverse, length approximately 42mm; and circular brooch with applied wire work and step-cut emeralds, glazed compartment to reverse, diameter approximately 35mm (5) £300-400

327 GOLD AND LIMOGES ENAMEL BRACELET, MID 19TH CENTURY mounted with three monochrome plaques on a bracelet of moulded foliate links length approximately 170mm £200-300

328 GOLD AND AQUAMARINE BROOCH, MID 19TH CENTURY the chased ‘lover’s knot’ set with oval aquamarines and interspersed with ivy decoration; together with a carved lozenge brooch,1840s, set with oval rock crystal suspending a foliate pendant similarly set (2) £250-350

329 SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BROOCH, LATE 19TH CENTURY the oval sapphire bordered by cushion-cut and circular diamonds within an openwork surround decorated with circular diamonds, sapphires and foliate details set with rose diamonds, length 37mm approximately; together with a diamond pendant fitting (2) £400-600

330 GOLD AND DIAMOND LOCKET, PROBABLY INDIAN, LATE 19TH CENTURY the oval engraved locket claw set with rose diamonds, opening to reveal two glazed compartments length approximately 53mm (includes bale) £300-500

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331 ENAMEL ‘SAINT ESPRIT’ PENDANT, FRENCH, PROBABLY EARLY 18TH CENTURY the open work foliate cartouche decorated with enamel and a pear-shaped rock crystal suspending a similarly enamelled bow and dove motif also set with crystal, the reverse with pink enamel decoration, drop length approximately 52mm; together with a red paste, diamond and pearl brooch, composite, late 18th century, length across approximately 37mm (2) £500-700

332 COLLECTION OF ENAMEL AND PEARL JEWELLERY comprising: an oval blue enamel and rose diamond frame, late18th/early 19th century; enamel crescent mourning brooch with pearl surround, circa 1872; ‘Holbeinesque’ enamel and pearl frame, 1880s, French gold mark; and a pair of enamelled ear pendants (5) £400-600

333 OPAL, RUBY AND DIAMOND RING, EARLY 19TH CENTURY, COMPOSITE designed as a cluster set with six oval cabochon opals within a surround of cushion-shaped diamonds decorated with similarly shaped and circular rubies, damage to one opal, later shank size O½ £400-600

334 PAIR OF ‘BLACKAMOOR’ EAR PENDANTS, CONTINENTAL, EARLY 19TH CENTURY each enamel blackamoor decorated with rose diamonds, red paste and suspending three pearls, two diamonds deficient length 35mm approximately £150-250

335 DIAMOND RING, 18TH CENTURY COMPOSITE of cluster design set throughout with rose cut diamonds, on a later shank, size O; together with a pearl and diamond memorial ring with ‘AC’ monogram, circa 1785, size R (2) £400-600

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336 DIAMOND RING, LATE 19TH CENTURY the collet-set circular-cut diamond mounted in a tapering gold shank with black enamel lattice decoration to the shoulders size Q £800-1000

337 COLLECTION OF FOUR ANTIQUE GREEN STONE RINGS comprising: a diamond and emerald cluster ring with scroll and foliate shoulders with glazed compartment to reverse, early 19th century, size N, a quatrefoil bezel set with a rectangular emerald on a foliate engraved shank, late 19th century, size R, a turquoise, enamel and seed pearl cluster ring, circa 1848, size Q, and a turquoise quatrefoil ring on a raised carved ‘claw’ bezel with black enamel and carved foliate detail,19th century, size N £500-600

338 DIAMOND BROOCH, CONTINENTAL, EARLY 19th CENTURY designed as a floral spray suspending a drop pendent, set throughout with rose diamonds length approximately 48mm £200-300

339 DIAMOND BROOCH, LATE 18th CENTURY the lozenge shaped brooch set throughout with foil backed rose cut stones, later brooch fitting length approximately 33mm £400-600

340 DIAMOND SPRAY BROOCH, 1880s designed as a bunch of grapes set throughout with cushionshaped and rose diamonds French assay mark to brooch fitting, fitted leather case, leaf detached £1200-1800

341 DIAMOND AND EMERALD RING, LATE 18TH CENTURY the pear-shaped foiled diamond bordered by step-cut emeralds between open scroll shoulders, underside with a rayed lobed mount size L½ £1500-2000

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342 GOLD NECKLACE, CIRCA 1977 designed as an articulated row of tassel links, London import marks for 1977, 18 carat length approximately 430mm, 31 grs £400-600

343 TWO DRESS RINGS one an oval opal within a textured petal and single-cut diamond surround,1970s, size P, the other a diamond and enamel cluster ring with expanding shank,19th century composite, size O-T £200-300

344 OPAL AND DIAMOND JEWELLERY comprising: open-work brooch of ribbon and swag design set throughout with brilliant-cut diamonds, circular and oval cabochon opals with black enamel detail and an associated opal and diamond pendant; together with an bracelet set with four oval opals between foliate motifs set with single-cut diamonds, length approximately 155mm (3) £400-600

345 DIAMOND CLUSTER RING set throughout with cushion-shaped and circular diamonds size O £600-800

346 DIAMOND RING collet-set with a circular diamond size O½ £150-250

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347 ENAMELLED PENDENT the oval pliqué à jour enamel plaque decorated with enamelled fish and seaweed on a fine chain necklet approximately 500mm long £200-300

348 AMETHYST AND DIAMOND RING, CIRCA 1975 the oval amethyst within a border of brilliant-cut diamonds, hallmarked London 1975 size O £200-300

349 AMETHYST NECKLACE designed as a row of collet-set pear-shaped amethysts adjustable length approximately 535mm - 540mm £600-800

350 COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY comprising: a hinged bangle mounted with a central kite shaped amethyst and rose diamonds details, inner diameter 53mm approximately; cartouche shaped pendant suspending two chains terminating in scroll motifs and mounted with faceted garnets; cluster ring set with a central oval red paste, size O½; and cluster ring set with an oval faceted similarly coloured paste, size O (4) £200-300

351 BLUE TOPAZ NECKLACE designed as a row of collet-set oval topaz length approximately 480-490 mm £800-1000

352 PAIR OF CITRINE EARRINGS each square-cut citrine in a collet set mount £150-200

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353 DIAMOND BROOCH, CIRCA 1930 set to the centre with two rows of circular cut diamonds bordered by rose and cushion-shaped diamonds between radiating graduated knife-wire fans terminating in circular cut stones approximately 47mm wide £600-800

354 DIAMOND DRESS RING, CIRCA 1925 the plaque set to the centre with a circular diamond with singlecut stones either side and rose diamonds to the shoulders, engraved 9.3.26 to inside of shank size V½ £800-1000

355 DIAMOND RING, 1920s the bezel vertically set with two circular diamonds with a row of single-cut stones inbetween size N £400-600

356 LADY’S DIAMOND, GOLD AND ENAMEL WRISTWATCH, 1900s the circular white face with black Arabic numerals and hands surrounded by rose diamonds and an octagonal white and gold striped bezel with laurel leaf border and similar cut diamond lugs, on a later white leather strap, engraved ‘To Lily from Mother, October 14th, 1934’ to the reverse, face diameter 15mm approximately; together with a rectangular gold lady’s watch with black Arabic numerals and hands with beaten textured bezel and associated curb link bracelet, length 160mm approximately, face measures 16mmx8mm approximately (2) £200-300

357 COLLECTION OF DIAMOND BROOCHES, 1900s comprising: bow design millegrain-set with single-cut diamonds; open annular brooch set with rose diamonds between blue enamel borders; and bar brooch millegrain-set with graduated square sapphires and single-cut diamonds lengths approximately 37mm, 30mm, 58mm respectively (3) £500-600

358 PAIR OF DIAMOND CUFFLINKS, 1970s each rectangular plaque pavé-set with brilliant-cut diamonds £800-1000

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359 GOLD MESH NECKLACE, CIRCA 1973 designed with two rows of articulated textured rings meshed together with smaller plain links, London import marks for 1973 and another mark ‘GF 750’, 18 carat length approximately 470mm £1500-2000

360 GOLD AND SEED PEARL BROOCH, 1880s the openwork five pointed star motif with crescent moon motifs between set throughout with seed pearls, indistinct signature: T.Gau? £200-300

361 COLLECTION PEARL AND ENAMEL JEWELLERY, 1900s comprising: heart brooch decorated with guilloché enamel and seed pearls; crescent and star pendant set with seed pearls; crescent, floral and foliate bar brooch; together with a circular gold locket with engine turned decoration and a swallow bar brooch (5) £300-400

362 COLLECTION OF FILIGREE PENDANTS/BROOCHES comprising: triple loop bow brooch, possibly Indian, suspending a tassel pendant, width approximately 62mm; triple articulated cartouche brooch with scroll and floral design mounted with rose diamonds, length approximately 73mm; cruciform brooch set with rose diamonds, circular rubies and emeralds (stone deficient), length 42mm approximately; together with a pendant set with rose paste, indistinct gold mark, length approximately 55mm (4) £100-200

363 CULTURED PEARL AND GEM SET COLLECTION comprising: an Indian five-row cultured pearl bracelet with openwork plaques set with circular rubies and seed pearls; a three-row graduated cultured pearl necklace on a floral clasp set with circular sapphires and single-cut diamonds; and a four-row cultured pearl bracelet (one strand broken) with a rectangular clasp set with brilliant-cut diamonds (one deficient) lengths approximately 190mm, 440mm, 187mm respectively (3) £300-400

364 PAIR OF EMERALD AND SAPPHIRE RINGS, CIRCA 1978 the interlocking kite-shaped collets set respectively with circularcut sapphires and emeralds, hallmarked London 18 carat gold size Q ¼ £150-200

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366 GOLD BRACELET, CIRCA 1972 designed as an articulated textured ribbon with plated border, London import marks for 1972, Spanish gold mark, 18 carat length approximately 192mm, 50gr £800-1000 367 18 CARAT GOLD BRACELET, 1960s designed as three articulated concave rows, Birmingham import marks for 1960 approximately 187mm long, 42gr £600-800 368 ARTICULATED MESH BRACELET of woven design, white gold, Italian marks for 18 carat approximately 190mm long, 39.5 gr £600-800

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369 THREE COLOUR GOLD BRACELET, CIRCA 1978 the tri-colour textured gold links decorated with engraved floral panels and bordered by curb link edges, import marks for London, 1978, Spanish gold mark, 14 carat length approximately 197mm, 43gr £500-700

365 LONGINES: A LADY’S GOLD BRACELET WATCH, CIRCA 1960 manual wind Longines 320 movement with 17 jewels, silvered dial with applied gold batons, movement and crown signed, movement numbered 11640519, circular 18 carat gold case and two colour gold mesh bracelet, case signed ‘BAUME’ and numbered 5135, case and bracelet hallmarked David Sutton & Sons (for Baume), London, 1960 bracelet and watch length approximately 16.5cm £300-500

370 TWO MOUNTED GOLD COINS one on a double watch chain suspending a Saxon Ducat ‘Sophiendukat’, probably 19th century, the other a Hungarian Korona in a square pendent mount, 1904 total weight 17.9gr approximately £200-300 371 GOLD BRACELET, 1930s designed as an articulated row of lozenge and ball links approximately 195mm long, 99.5 gr £1800-2200 372 TWO DIAMOND AND SYNTHETIC RUBY RINGS, 1930s each bezel of ‘Odeonesque’ design set with single-cut diamonds and channel-set synthetic ruby baguettes size I and M respectively £400-600 373 DIAMOND RING, 1930s set to the centre with a brilliant-cut diamond between square diamonds within a geometric surround of single-cut stones size L ½ £300-400

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374 TURQUOISE AND SEED PEARL DEMI-PARURE, 1840s the central stamped gold cartouche decorated with a leaf pavé-set with turquoise and seed pearls suspending three flower head drops to a stamped scroll and foliate link back chain, length approximately 364mm, together with a pair of stamped ear pendants similarly set (one with brooch fitting also missing loop at the top), length approximately 62mm, and a lozenge shaped brooch decorated with foliate and floral decoration and set with turquoise, glazed compartment to reverse, width approximately 42mm (4)

376 COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE TURQUOISE JEWELLERY comprising: gold hinged bangle decorated with forget-me-knots mounted with turquoise, inner diameter approximately 58mm; floral spray brooch mounted with turquoise and seed pearls, Viennese silver mark for 1872-1922, length approximately 65mm; oval pavé-set turquoise clasp with central rose diamond, length approximately 18mm; sword stick pin decorated with turquoise, length approximately 77mm (4) £100-200

£300-400 377 COLLECTION OF GOLD AND GARNET CLASPS, SECOND QUARTER 19TH CENTURY comprising: a carved barrel clasp set with garnets and chrysoberyl suspending a heart with glazed compartment to reverse; a triple carved serpent head clasp with cabochon garnet eyes; a carved dolphin head set with a pear-shaped garnet; and a faceted rectangular clasp with carved foliate decoration; all set to later rows of cultured pearls lengths approximately: 410mm; 200mm, 180mm, 180mm respectively (4)

375 COLLECTION OF GOLD AND TURQUOISE VICTORIAN JEWELLERY, MID 19TH CENTURY comprising: circular brooch with applied wire work and ball set with cabochon turquoise; ‘Lover’s Knot’ chased brooch similarly set with turquoise; scroll engraved cartouche brooch set with three turquoises and suspending a bell drop; pair of gold and turquoise pendent earrings (no fittings); circular pavé turquoise ring, size Q; circular pendant set with turquoise; together with a cartouche foliate brooch with oval garnets suspending a pearshaped drop (8)

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£300-400 378 BANDED AGATE BROOCH, MID 19TH CENTURY the oval banded agate within a foliate and scroll gold border approximately 83 x 58mm £100-150

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379 DIAMOND BROOCH, EARLY 19TH CENTURY the floral and foliate spray set throughout with cushion-shaped stones, later brooch fitting £1000-1500

380 DIAMOND BROOCH/PENDANT, 1880s of target design set throughout with cushion-shaped and circular cut stones, detachable brooch fitting £1200-1800

381 COLLECTION OF DIAMOND JEWELLERY, EARLY 19TH CENTURY comprising: flower head brooch set throughout with rose diamonds suspending two similarly set pendants; foliate bar brooch terminating at each end with a foiled rose diamond accented with seed pearl petals and suspending a chain with a collet-set rose diamond pendant (diamond deficient), length approximately 54mm; tapering open work brooch with star motif set throughout with single-cut and rose diamonds, later brooch fitting, 40mm approximately; cluster clasp set with square-cut, cushion shaped and rose diamonds; rose diamond lozenge clasp on a row of cultured pearls, length approximately 470mm; knot brooch with rose diamonds (one deficient); together with a later millegrain box clasp set with three circular-cut diamonds (7) £1000-1200

382 THREE DIAMOND FLORAL BROOCHES, MID TO LATE 19TH CENTURY one a flower head with a central claw-set rose diamond framed by petals set with similarly cut stones in closed back settings, one a diamond floral spray set with cushion and rose stones, and one a tulip spray set with rose diamonds on a later clip fitting £300-400

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Introduction (a) The contractual relationship of Matthew Barton Ltd and Sellers with prospective Buyers is governed by:(i) these Conditions of Business for Buyers; (ii) the Conditions of Business for Sellers displayed in the saleroom and available from Matthew Barton Ltd.; (iii) Matthew Barton Ltd.’s Authenticity Guarantee; (iv) Any additional notices and terms printed in the sale catalogue, in each case as amended by any saleroom notice or auctioneer’s announcement. (b) As auctioneer, Matthew Barton Ltd. acts as agent for the Seller. Occasionally, Matthew Barton Ltd. may own or have a financial interest in a lot. Definitions “Bidder” is any person making, attempting or considering making a bid, including Buyers; “Buyer” is the person who makes the highest bid or offer accepted by the auctioneer, including a Buyer’s principal when bidding as agent; “Seller” is the person offering a lot for sale, including their agent or executors; “MBL” means Matthew Barton Ltd., Auctioneers, 25 Blythe Road London W14 0PD, company number 6504692. “Buyer’s Expenses” are any costs or expenses due to Matthew Barton Ltd. from the Buyer; “Buyer’s Premium” is the commission payable by the Buyer on the Hammer Price at the rates set out in the Guide for Prospective Buyers; “Hammer Price” is the highest bid for the property accepted by the auctioneer at the auction or the post auction sale price; “Purchase Price” is the Hammer Price plus applicable Buyer’s Premium and Buyer’s Expenses; “Reserve Price” (where applicable) is the minimum Hammer Price at which the Seller has agreed to sell the lot.

(c) Without prejudice to Condition 4(b), any claim against MBL and/or the Seller by a Bidder is limited to the Purchase Price for the relevant lot. Neither MBL nor the Seller shall be liable for any indirect or consequential losses. (d) Nothing in Condition 4 shall exclude or limit the liability of MBL or the Seller for death or personal injury caused by the negligent acts or omissions of MBL or the Seller. 5.

Bidding at Auction (a) MBL has absolute discretion to refuse admission to the auction. Before sale, Bidders must complete a Registration Form and supply such information and references as MBL requires. Bidders are personally liable for their bid and are jointly and severally liable with their principal, if bidding as agent (in which case MBL’s prior and express consent must be obtained). (b) MBL advises Bidders to attend the auction, but MBL will endeavour to execute absentee written bids provided that they are, in MBL’s opinion, received in sufficient time and in legible form. (c) When available, written and telephone bidding is offered as a free service at the Bidder’s risk and subject to MBL’s other commitments; MBL is therefore not liable for failure to execute such bids. Telephone bidding may be recorded.

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Import, Export and Copyright Restrictions MBL and the Seller make no representations or warranties as to whether any lot is subject to import, export or copyright restrictions. It is the Buyer’s sole responsibility to obtain any copyright clearance or any necessary import, export or other licence required by law, including licenses required under the Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES).

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Conduct of the Auction (a) The auctioneer has discretion to refuse bids, withdraw or reoffer lots for sale (including after the fall of the hammer) if (s)he believes that there may be an error or dispute, and may also take such other action as (s)he reasonably deems necessary. (b) The auctioneer will commence and advance the bidding in such increments as (s)he considers appropriate and is entitled to place bids on the Seller’s behalf up to the Reserve Price for the lot, where applicable. (c) Subject to Condition 7(a), the contract between the Buyer and the Seller is concluded on the striking of the auctioneer’s hammer. (d) Any post-auction sale of lots shall incorporate these Conditions of Business.

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Payment and Collection (a) Unless otherwise agreed in advance, payment of the Purchase Price is due in pounds sterling immediately after the auction (the “Payment Date”). (b) Title in a lot will not pass to the Buyer until MBL has received the Purchase Price in cleared funds. MBL will generally not release a lot to a Buyer before payment. Earlier release shall not affect passing of title or the Buyer’s obligation to pay the Purchase Price, as above. (c) The refusal of any licence or permit required by law, as outlined in Condition 6, shall not affect the Buyer’s obligation to pay for the lot, as per Condition 8(a). (d) The buyer must arrange collection of lots within 10 working days of the auction. Purchased lots are at the Buyers risk from the earlier of (i) collection or (ii) 10 working days after the auction. Until risk passes, MBL will compensate the Buyer for any loss or damage to the lot up to a maximum of the Purchase Price actually paid by the Buyer. MBL’s assumption of risk is subjected to the exclusions detailed in Condition 5(d) of the Conditions of Business Sellers (e) All packing and handling of lots is at the Buyer’s risk. MBL will not be liable for any acts or omissions of third party packers or shippers.

The Buyer’s Premium, Buyer’s Expenses and Hammer Price are subject to VAT, where applicable. 3.

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Examination of Lots (a) MBL’s knowledge of lots is partly dependent on information provided by the Seller and MBL is unable to exercise exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Each lot is available for examination before sale. Bidders are responsible for carrying out examinations and research before sale to satisfy themselves over the condition of lots and accuracy of descriptions. (b) All oral and/or written information provided to Bidders relating to lots, including descriptions in the catalogue, condition reports or elsewhere are statements of MBL’s opinion and not representations of fact. Estimates may not be relied on as a prediction of the selling price or value of the lot and may be revised from time to time at MBL’s absolute discretion. Exclusions and limitations of liability to Buyers (a) MBL shall refund the Purchase Price to the Buyer in circumstances where it deems that the lot is a counterfeit, subject to the terms of MBL’s Authenticity Guarantee. (b) Subject to Condition 4(a), neither MBL nor the Seller:(i) is liable for any errors or omissions in any oral or written information provided to Bidders by MBL, whether negligent or otherwise; (ii) gives any guarantee or warranty to Bidders and any implied warranties and conditions are excluded (save in so far as such obligations can not be excluded by English law), other than the express warranties given by the Seller to the Buyer (for which the Seller is solely responsible) under the Conditions of Business for Sellers; (iii) accepts responsibility to Bidders for acts or omissions (whether negligent or otherwise) by MBL in connection with the conduct of auctions or for any matter relating to the sale of any lot.

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Remedies for non-payment Without prejudice to any rights that the Seller may have, if the Buyer without prior agreement fails to make payment for the lot within 5 working days of the auction, MBL may in its sole discretion exercise 1 or more of the following remedies:(a) store the lot at its premises or elsewhere at the Buyer’s sole risk and expense; (b) Cancel the sale of the lot; (c) Set off any amounts owed to the Buyer by MBL against any amounts owed to MBL by the Buyer for the lot; (d) Reject future bids from the Buyer; (e) Charge interest at 4% per annum above HSBC Bank Plc base Rate from the Payment Date to the date that the Purchase Price is received in cleared funds; (f) Re-sell the lot by auction or privately, with estimates and reserves at MBL’s discretion, in which case the Buyer will be liable for any shortfall between the original Purchase Price and the amount achieved on re-sale, including all costs incurred in such re-sale; (g) Exercise a lien over any Buyer’s Property in MBL’s possession, applying the sale proceeds to any amounts owed by the Buyer to MBL. MBL shall give the Buyer 14 days written notice before exercising such lien; (h) Commence legal proceedings to recover the Purchase Price for the lot, plus interest and legal costs; (i) Disclose the Buyer’s details to the Seller to enable the Seller to commence legal proceedings.

10. Failure to collect purchases (a) If the Buyer pays the Purchase Price but does not collect the lot within 20 working days of the auction, the lot will be stored at the buyer’s expense and risk at MBL’s premises or in independent storage.

(b) If a lot is paid for but uncollected within 6 months of the auction, following 60 days written notice to the buyer, MBL will re-sell the lot by auction or privately, with estimates and reserves at MBL’s discretion. The sale proceeds, less all MBL’s costs, will be forfeited unless collected by the Buyer within 2 years of the original auction. 11. Data Protection (a) MBL will use information supplied by bidders or otherwise obtained lawfully by MBL for the provision of auction related services, client administration, marketing and as otherwise required by law. (b) By agreeing to these Conditions of Business, the Bidder agrees to the processing of their personal information and to the disclosure of such information to third parties worldwide for the purpose outlined in Condition 11(a) and to Sellers as per Condition 9(i) 12. Miscellaneous (a) All images of lots, catalogue descriptions and all other materials produced by MBL are the copyright of MBL. (b) These Conditions of Business are not assignable by any Buyer without MBL’s prior consent, but are binding on Bidders’ successors, assignees and representatives. (c) The materials listed in Condition 1(a) set out the entire agreement between the parties. (d) If any part of these Conditions of Business be held unenforceable, the remaining parts shall remain in full force and effect. (e) These Conditions of Business shall be interpreted in accordance with English Law, under the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts, in favour of MBL.

Matthew Barton Ltd’s Authenticity Guarantee If Matthew Barton Ltd sells an item of Property which is later shown to be a “counterfeit”, subject to the terms below Matthew Barton Ltd. will rescind the sale and return the Buyer the total amount paid by the Buyer to Matthew Barton Ltd. for that Property, up to a maximum of the Purchase Price. The guarantee lasts for one (1) year after the date of the relevant auction, is for the benefit of the Buyer only and is nontransferable. “Counterfeit” means an item of Property that in Matthew Barton Ltd’s reasonable opinion is an imitation created with the intent to deceive over the authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source, where the correct description of such matters is not included in the catalogue description for the Property. Property shall not be considered Counterfeit solely because of any damage and/or restoration and/or modification work (including, but not limited to, recolouring, tooling or repatinating). Please note that this guarantee does not apply if either:(i) the catalogue description was in accordance with the generally accepted opinions of scholars and experts at the date of the sale, or the catalogue description indicated that there was a conflict of such opinions; (i) the only method of establishing at the date of the sale that the item was a Counterfeit would have been by means of processes not then generally available or accepted, unreasonably expensive or impractical; or likely to have caused damage to or loss in value to the Property (in Matthew Barton Ltd’s reasonable opinion); or

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(i) there has been no material loss in value of the Property from its value had it accorded with its catalogue description. To claim under this guarantee the Buyer must:(i) notify Matthew Barton Ltd in writing within one (1) month of receiving any information that causes the Buyer to question the authenticity or attribution of the Property, specifying the lot number, date of the auction at which it was purchased and the reasons why it is believed to be Counterfeit; and (i) return the Property to Matthew Barton Ltd in the same condition as at the date of sale and be able to transfer good title in the Property, free from any third party claims arising after the date of the sale. Matthew Barton Ltd has discretion to waive any of the above requirements. Matthew Barton Ltd may require the Buyer to obtain at the Buyer's cost the reports of two independent and recognised experts in the relevant field and acceptable to Matthew Barton Ltd Matthew Barton Ltd shall not be bound by any reports produced by the Buyer, and reserves the right to seek additional expert advice at its own expense. In the event Matthew Barton Ltd decides to rescind the sale under this Guarantee, it may refund to the Buyer the reasonable costs of up to two mutually approved independent expert reports, provided always that the costs of such reports have been approved in advance and in writing by Matthew Barton Ltd.


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