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WEDNESDAY 25 & THURSDAY 26 APRIL 2018

Peter Wilson FINE ART AUC TIONEERS • EST 1955


Peter Wilson FINE ART AUC TIONEERS • EST 1955 WEDNESDAY 25 & THURSDAY 26 APRIL 2018 AT 11.00AM ON VIEW: Sunday 22 April Monday 23 April Tuesday 24 April Mornings of auctions

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Peter Wilson FINE ART AUC TIONEERS • EST 1955

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Cover illustrations: Front: lot 302 Inside Front: lot 207 2

ADRIAN SMITH Gallery Sale Team adrian@peterwilson.co.uk

Back: lot 55 Inside Back: lot 154

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INDEX DAY ONE

Collectors Items Pens Weapons & Militaria African & Oceanic Tribal Art Books, Maps & Postcards Glass Ceramics Silver Jewellery Watches

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DAY TWO

Oil Paintings (Modern/Contemporary) Watercolours, Pastels & Inks (Modern/Contemporary) Prints & Engravings (Modern/Contemporary) Modern Sculptures Oil Paintings (18th/19th Century) Watercolours, Pastels & Inks (18th/19th Century) Bronzes & Sculpture Clocks & Barometers Longcase Clocks Furniture

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COLLECTORS ITEMS

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1 Pair of yellow gold and ivory dentures, possibly early 19th century, the yellow gold plates with teeth and ivory backed sections, yellow gold coiled joining wires. £600-800 2 A late Victorian cold cast bronze fox head inkstand . The fox head hinges at the jaw to reveal the inkwell. 8 x 17cm. £100-200 3 Set of mid 19th century fire irons; tongs, poker and shovel. Steel body with brass tips in a foliate design. Longest is 67cm. £100-200

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4 A 19th century brass oil lamp with frosted, acid-etched shade and ridged cut glass oil well. 70 x 22cm. £150-200 5 An arts and crafts oak framed, copper panelled jardiniere and stand . Hammered copper work detail with brass handles and brass rosettes. 102 x 28cm. £180-220

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6 A late Victorian brass microscope, contained in a mahogany travel box with brass handle and hinged door. Microscope has three additional lenses. 23 x 19 x 15cm. £60-100

7 A 20th century brass fire curb . With frieze detail and two large putti warming hands around the flames. Length 143cm. £80-100 8 No lot

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9 George III mahogany table top cellaret, with four section interior (1 decanter is missing). With black key pattern stringing. 25 x 25 x 25cm. £100-200 10 A late 18th century/early 19th century compass with silvered face contained in a mahogany box. By Thomas Blunt, Cornhill, London. 3cm x 15cm x 15cm. £200-300 11 An early Victorian brass quadrant by William Wilton of St. Day Cornwall (16 x 13cm). With stained oak case with the original Wilton label inside 6.5 x 19 x 15.5cm. £200-300 12 A 17th century black-jack, handstitched leather jug. Inscribed with ‘Mary. S, 1640’. 12.3cm height. £50-70

11 13 A late 19th century satinwood veneered hardwood tea caddy . With inlaid floral motifs. 12.5 x 19.5 x 11.5cm. £100-150

14 18th century continental parquetry panel, in later frame. Architectural scene. 53 x 53cm. £100-200

15 Victorian coromandel veneered sewing box . With mirror and drawer; in which the maker’s name is found ‘Parkins & Gott, 24 & 25 Oxford Street, London’. 19 x 30 x 23cm. £80-120

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16 Brass corinthian lamp column, with pressed glass rope twist post. Height 56cm. £60-100 17 A Victorian brass and steel fire curb with foliate detail. 124 x 32cm £100-200 18 18 A Native American figure head carved in amber resin. 10.5cm height. £300-400 19 Enamel vase signed Carlo, decorated with a lady wearing a bonnet within a forest scene, late 19th century, 20cm high £150-250

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20 A pair of French rouge marble twin branch candlesticks . Each one has a faun supporting the branches. With brass fretwork and embellishments. 25 x 18.5cm. £200-400

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21 A pair of French marble and ormolu mounted marble candlesticks . Corinthian columns wrapped in garlands of leaves with winged putti. 32 x 10cm. £200-400 22 French rouge marble and brass table lamp . Embellished with foliate design and acanthus leaves. 43 x 16cm. £200-400

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PENS

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24 23 A Montblanc Starwalker fountain pen, with 14k white gold nib, black resin with silver coloured fittings, serial CR1107835, 14cm, with service guide, in a black presentation case and white card packaging. £100-200

24 Montblanc, Patron of the Arts Series, Nicolaus Copernicus, a limited edition fountain pen, no. 1002/4810, issued in 2003, the ridged case with polished rings, the nib stamped 18K, in a Montblanc lacquer box, service guide, outer printed box. £800-1,200

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WEAPONS & MILITARIA

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25 Rare Katzbalger Landsknecht sword circa 1530, together with unusual period leather and wood scabbard with entwined iron suspension hoops, the splayed pommel and grip fitted with counter curve ‘S’ shape quillons, 75.5cm overall length. The Landsknechts were German mercenaries who had a formidable reputation as pike men and foot soldiers armed with massive two handed swords. The Katzbalger (cat skinner) or sometimes called a ‘Brawler’ was a secondary sword of the Landsknecht for when his double handed sword was unavailable or tight spaces required a smaller blade. £2,800-3,200

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26 India Medal with Relief of Chitral 1895 clasp, awarded to 3148 Pte. J.H. Parkinson 1st Bn. E. Lanc Regt., with original ribbon. £100-150 27 India General Service Medal with Burma 1885-7 clasp, awarded to 18096 Gunr. W. Brown No.9 By.1st Bde. N. Dn. R.A., no ribbon. £80-120 28 Crimea Medal with three clasps to include Alma, Inkermann and Sebastopol, awarded to SMITH. PHILIP ANDREW. R.A., with original ribbon. £150-200

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29 Waterloo Medal awarded to WILLIAM BROWN. ROYAL ARTLLERY DRIVERS., with original ribbon. £800-1,200 30 Chinese short sword, the 22.25inch 56.5cm blade with bronze guard decorated with potted plants, fitted in later scabbard and grip, the tang bears two character signature, 83cm overall length £80-120 31 German Kriegsmarine Navy dagger, engraved blade, with gilded brass scabbard and mounts, eagle pommel perched on anchor and wreath, 41.5cm long £300-400

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32 P39 percussion musket by Lacy and Co. .750 calibre, sighted barrel, fitted with standard brass furniture, 140cm overall length. £500-700 33

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Percussion sporting gun S. W. Berry, with Damascus barrel, chequered stock, back action engraved lock, 8 bore, mid 19th century, 133cm long £200-300 34 Belgian Snider.577 rifle circa 1870, possibly made for the Turkish market, of American Civil War Springfield design with iron furniture, Belgian proof marks, the stock bearing Belgian armoury stamp, 125cm long. £200-300

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32 35 Flintlock sporting gun by I. Ward, of small proportions possibly for a child, with Spanish form barrel, chequered stock and brass furniture, late 18th century, 106.5cm long £150-250 36 Enfield two band musket,.650 calibre, the lock stamped VR and dated 1869, the stock stamped ‘Bombay Arsenal 1897’ together with period leather sling, 123cm overall length £200-300 37 East India Company percussion Victoria carbine, .700 calibre, the lock stamped with Rampant Lion, swivel ramrod and brass furniture including scroll trigger guard, 105.5cm long £300-500 38 Percussion double barrel sporting gun by Monks Chester, with Damascus barrels, finely chequered stock, engraved scrolls and floral bosses to the metalwork, ebony ramrod fitted with worm, 30 inch barrels, 118cm overall length. £200-400

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39 Snider Artillery carbine by National Arms & Ammunition Co., Birmingham,.577 calibre, the VR marked lock stamped ‘N.A. and Co.’ and dated 1879, brass furniture, folding ladder rear sight, 101cm long £300-500

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40 Flintlock sporting gun, the barrel stamped Ross, the lock indistinctly signed, the stock inlaid with silver filigree wirework, and fitted with brass furniture including display of arms side plate and escutcheon named ‘Old Gasford’ 1755, 142cm overall length. £200-300

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44 45 41 Moroccan snaphaunce kabyle gun, approximately.600 calibre, with white metal engraved barrel bands and inlaid lock work, filigree inlaid stock and ivory butt cap, 179cm long. £400-600

45 Renaissance style Cabasset or Morion helmet, two piece construction with turned over brim border decorated with ornamental brass rivets, 25cm high £200-400

42 Two 1822 pattern swords, one by Henry Wilkinsons for the Grenadier Guards serial number 5971 to blade and scabbard, made in 1855, the blade marked ‘Waterloo, Peninsula, Barrosa, Corunna, Lincelles’ as well as ‘Alma Inkermann’, the second sword with VR monogram, Rifle Brigade markings retailed by Cross Brothers mill Bay Plymouth, (2) 98cm long £200-300 43 English percussion transitional revolver, with scroll engraved metalwork, finely chequered grip, fitted with butt trap, 80 bore, 26cm long also a Belgian pistol double barrel percussion pistol. £150-250 44 Pair of Chinese Hudiedao or butterfly swords, with carved rosewood grips, brass guards and pommels, and hide scabbards, together with another similar sword and a Kukri stamped FG440, the butterfly swords measure 71cm in scabbard. £150-250

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46 Victorian British Army Shako, with Bedford Light Infantry plate to front, together with case named ‘Fr. Chandler Esq.’ the case measures 35cm high £400-600

47 Cup hilted rapier, with twisted spiral fluted pommel, wire bound grip, elegant guards with turned terminals, the cup hilt pierced with formal bosses and engraved with fleur de lies and surrounded by rope edge, of uncertain age, 113cm long £700-1,000 11


AFRICAN & OCEANIC TRIBAL ART

48 Black pottery vessel possibly PreColumbian Chimu, modelled in fish form with anthropomorphic features. 18cm wide. £50-100

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49 African Title Stool, Igbo people Nigeria, carved with arched legs around a central column, the incised base has four small birds, 33cm high Provenance: Bought from Bob Parry Auctioneers, Holyhead circa 1984, reputedly the estate sale of the Aunt of Lieutenant Colonel Herbert Jones, VC, OBE (Colonel H) £300-500

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BOOKS, MAPS & POSTCARDS

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50 Camden’s Olde Description of Chesshyre, its Early History and Antiquities, from original folio, with hand coloured map of Cheshire by Saxton, published 1610-37. £150-200

51 51 Map of South Africa, dated March 1901, hand drawn by Thomas Brassington, with extensive annotations and Union Jack flag in bottom left corner, ink and watercolour, 43 x 60.5cm, 17 x 23.75in. £100-200

52 Taddy Clowns complete set of twenty cards, general condition as follows, creased (3), staining to most backs, some scuffing to edges, also three addition reproduction sets. £10,000-15,000

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53 Leycester (Sir Peter). Historical Antiquities, in Two Books. The First Treating in General of Great-Brettain and Ireland. The Second Containing Particular Remarks Concerning Cheshire... Whereunto is Annexed a Transcript of Doomsday-Book, so Far as it Concerneth Cheshire, Taken Out of the Original Record, 1st ed., 1673, title printed in red and black, woodcut initials and armorials, uncoloured, with fold out map of Cheshire by John Speede (1). £100-200

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54 54 GB QV selection of three 1d blacks, including one four margin example with black Maltese cross. £150-200

56 56 QV 1891 £1 green (SG212) letter DS mint with gum. £700-900

55 55 QV £5 orange stamp, letters DC with 1897 registered cancel. £1,200-1,500

57 57 QV 1891 £1 green, pair of used stamps both with hinge marks and some staining. £300-500

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62 62 GB QV 1884 lilac and greens set to 6d mint (eight stamps in all). £100-150

58 58 QV 1d black on cover, also 2d blue on cover. £80-100

63 59 59 QV 1887-92 Jubilee set to 1/- mint including several shades. £100-150

63 GB QV mint selection of 1873-83 surface printed issues to 1/- (six stamps in all). £200-250

60 60 GB QV 1883-84 used selection of high values to 10/- (six stamps in all). £200-300 64 64 GB QV mint selection including imperf 1d reds, 2d blue, 1/2d bantam and 1870 1 1/2d rose-red (seven stamps in all). £200-250 61 61 GB QV 1883 2/6d lilac mint and used, also 5/- rose with Piccadilly CDS. £200-250

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65 65 GB QV 1d red plate 94 unmounted block of six, also plate 187 mounted mint block of four plus 1881 1d lilac block of four unmounted mint. £200-250

68 68 GB KBV selection of seahorses to 10/- (twelve stamps in all). £80-100

66 66 GB KGV 1929 Postal Union Congress £1 black, lightly mounted mint (SG 438). £200-250

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69 GB QV 1d black on cover June 1840 also QV 1d black on cover December 1840 in old auction folder. £200-250

67 GB KEVII £1 green unmounted mint also 2/6d lilac with perfin S.G. (no gum). £300-400

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70 70 Stock book with duplicated GB stamps from QV to QEII, also Commonwealth mint 1946 Victory issues. £100-150 73 73 Four albums and a carton of approx 220, decimal representation packs 1970’s to 2016. £300-350

71 71 Large stock book containing mainly Commonwealth stamp collection including 1935 Silver Jubilee set (appears complete) and 1937 Coronation set both mint, also much mint GB with KGVI high values. £700-900

74 74 GB QV stamp collection in folders from 4x 1st Blacks to 1887 Jubilees. £650-750

72 72 Large stock book with mainly GB stamp collection of all periods including several covers and other Commonwealth issues at back of book. £700-900

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76 Lalique bowl, moulded with Gui pattern, engraved mark to centre, 20.5cm diameter £300-400 77 Pair of large white glass eagles gas globes, 53cm high £600-800 78 Two Moser glass vases, the smoke coloured bodies enamelled and gilded with fish, the largest vase measures 21.5cm high £150-250 79 Galle lamp base, etched with red flora on a blended ground, Galle signature to side, 47cm high £800-900 80 French rock crystal pot pourri with wirework white metal lid, late 19th century 10cm. £200-300

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81 81 Whitefriars textured bark TV vase, together with another vase possibly Whitefriars, both in Kingfisher blue, (2) 17.5cm high £100-150

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CERAMICS

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82 Lobed Delft charger, Lambeth of Bristol, painted with a figure within landscape in blue, late 17th century, 34.5cm diameter £80-120 83 Liverpool sparrow beak jug probably Seth Pennington circa 1780, painted with rose and flora, 9cm high £180-220 84 Liverpool Christian’s high Chelsea ewer circa 1770, painted with Chinese figures, 8.5cm high £100-150 85 Liverpool coffee can circa 1780 probably John and Jane Pennington, with underglaze blue border and over glaze floral enamelling, 7cm high £70-100

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86 Liverpool Christians tea bowl and saucer circa 1770, painted with a bird in a flowering tree in underglaze blue, (2) the saucer measures 12cm diameter £120-180

88 Two Delft plates, one with petal edge painted with an Asian figure within powder blue ground, the other painted with a bird and flora, mid 18th century, (2) 22cm diameter £80-120

87 Unusual Liverpool creamboat circa 1765-70, with flat reeded body, painted with floral sprays in polychrome, 14cm long £250-350

89 Worcester Sauceboat circa 1775, painted with Full Moon pattern in underglaze blue, 16cm long £180-220

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90 Worcester sucrier circa 1770, painted with a Kempthorne style pattern, hatched square mark to base, 12.5cm high £250-350 91 Bow basket circa 1760, painted with flora in underglaze blue, unusual cypher or workman’s mark to base, 12.5cm diameter £400-600 92 Derby coffee pot circa 1770, painted with Chinese style flora and rockwork, 25cm high £350-450 93 Neale & Co. Agate ware vase circa 1780, with twin mask handles supporting swags which surround a portrait medallion and floral boss, 14cm high £150-200

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94 Caughley sparrow beak jug circa 1790 painted with a Chinese style Chrysanthemum below a pink scale border, 9.5cm high £150-200

95 Collection of Caughley circa 1780, to include a sucrier and cover, egg strainer, tea bowl and saucer, two coffee cups and saucers, (8) the sucrier measures 12cm high £50-100

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98 96 Caughley teabowl and saucer circa 1780, printed with Three Flower pattern also a coffee cup painted with Tower pattern, S marks to the teabowl and saucer, (3) the saucer measures 12cm diameter £150-200 97 Two Caughley coffee cups circa 1790, one painted with Salopian sprigs, the other printed with Temple pattern bearing the S+ mark to the base, (2) 6cm high £80-120

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98 Pair of Newhall teabowls and saucers circa 1800, printed and painted with a rarer Chinoiserie pattern, (2) the saucers measure 13.5cm diameter £70-100 99 Newhall bowl circa 1800, printed and painted with Boy in the Window pattern, the base unusually also being decorated, 19.5cm diameter £160-200 100 Pearlware Boxing jug circa 1812, one side printed with Molineux and Cribb boxing, the other printed with a portrait of John Bellingham ‘who shot The Hon. Spencer Percival Monday May 11th 1812’ 11.5cm high £50-100

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101 Impressive Fleury Paris porcelain table centre piece, the pierced oval bowl totally gilded on the exterior except for the jewels and floral bosses left in white, supported on four scrolled feet, the base signed ‘Fleury Paris’ mid-19th century, 50cm wide, 28cm high £300-500 101

102 102 Four Sevres teacups cups and saucers, painted with floral sprays within gilt borders, painted marks to bases, late 18th, early 19th century, (8) £300-500

103 Pair of porcelain framed plaques and an oval panel mounted as a tray, probably Sevres, the plaques painted with portraits of two ladies, the tray painted with cherubs playing music within the clouds, fitted within London silver 1885 dated mount, 19th century, (3) the tray measures 32cm wide £100-200

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104 Sitzendorf wall mirror, with three candle branches, profusely encrusted with flora and six cherubs, crown ‘S’ to top, 82cm high £250-300

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105 French pottery plaque signed Pages, finely painted with a Lady in wearing gilt patterned costume which has been overlaid in fine beadwork, the reverse painted ‘Brevete S.G.D.G.’ second half of the 19th century, framed, the plaque measures 69cm x 40cm £300-400 106 Studio of Schumachen circular plaque by M. Reynolds, painted with a Peasant Girl, within gilt frame with engraved brass plaque to reverse, the plaque measures 31cm diameter £100-200

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107 H Ardant & Co twin handled vase circa 1870, decorated with a lady and cherub in a jasper/ pate sur pate style, pad mark to base, 34cm high £100-200 108 Three pieces of French Pate sur Pate, to include a Limoges panel signed Denichou, another small vase decorated with a lady and child, also a vase decorated with butterflies and lace swags, also a twin handled terracotta vase decorated with a cherubs in raised enamel on a black ground, late 19th / 20th century, (4) the panel measures 30.5cm high £150-250

107 109 Russian porcelain figure of a Masked Lady circa 1840, Imperial Porcelain factory St Petersburg, modelled wearing floral garland, black mask, cape, pink ribbons and green stripped dress, gilt scrollwork base, unmarked, 13cm high £3,000-4,000

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110 110 Meissen figure group, modelled as a girl and boy with lamb on scrolled base, incised 812, impressed 97 to base, late 19th /20th century, 12.5cm high £100-200

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111 111 Austrian Renaissance revival jug, moulded with masks and satyrs, heightened in gilt and pewter on a blue ground, mid 19th century, fitted with silver cover and set with a Joseph der Konig coin bearing a 1687 coin, 27cm high £250-350

112 ‘Sevres’ scent bottle, finely decorated with jewelling and raised gilt, bearing the crossed LL’s monogram of Louis XV, feint gilt crossed LL monogram to base, mid 19th century, 15cm high £300-400

113 Continental porcelain lamp, with twin mask handles, painted with landscapes within pink and gilt grounds, with ormolu fittings, 61cm overall length. £100-150

114 Large Persian / Iznik pottery lidded vase, decorated with arabesques, scrollwork and flora in cartouches separated by applied wirework, late 19th / 20th century, 84cm high £300-400

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115 115 Minton Parian figure of Lion in Love, after J B Klagmann, late 19th century, 39cm high £100-150 116 Minton Parian figure of a Canadian Trapper, late 19th century, 58cm high £50-100

116 117 Royal Worcester Hadley’s Ware twin handled vase signed A.C. Lewis, painted with pheasants within a country landscape, green printed marks and 1905 date code to base, 10cm high. £100-150

117 118 Wedgwood Queens Ware Death of a Roman Warrior plaque also known as ‘Death of Meleager’ made after the 18th century original as part of Wedgwood’s ‘Genius Collection’ to commemorate the bicentenary of Josiah Wedgwood, with original box, impressed marks to reverse and 1996 date, framed, the plaque measuring 27cm x 51cm £800-1,200

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119 Copeland twin handled lidded vase, profusely decorated with flora on a gilt blue ground, mid 19th century, (2) 42cm high £150-250 120 Davenport potpourri vase, with pierced cover and interior cover, decorated with an imari pattern, 30cm high £80-120

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121 Coalport twin handled vase signed M. Harnett, painted with fallen fruit on a green ground, 26cm high £80-120 122 Cauldon plaque signed S. Ellis, hand painted with ‘Shoeing The Bay Mare’ After Sir Edwin Henry Landseer, framed, the plaque measures 40cm diameter £350-400 123 Cauldon oval dish signed J. Ellis, hand painted with sheep in a landscape within blue and gilt jewelled border, framed, the dish measures 43cm wide £120-160

124 124 Three Minton cherub collection pieces, to include a tea light, salt and pepper, also a Year of the Rooster 2005 model, (4) 19cm high £150-250

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125 Bernard Moore flambé vase by Hilda Carter, decorated with birds in flight on a dark lustre ground, painted and impressed marks and CH monogram to base, 20cm high £100-150 126 Framed T&R Boote framed tile panel set, depicting Highland cattle in a mountainous landscape, within wood frame, moulded mark to reverse, 64cm x 86cm Bought from Bonhams Knowle November 2006 £350-450 127 Pair of Painted plaster Art Nouveau ewers, moulded as gourds with leafwork spouts and handles, each with a maiden standing to one side, applied later oak bases, late 19th / early 20th century, (2) 53cm high £180-230

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128 Wedgwood framed circular plaque signed Rosbo Harris, painted with a fairy perched on a branch, impressed marks and painted monograms to base, fitted within Victorian mahogany carved frame, the plaque measures 38cm diameter £120-150 129 Royal Doulton flambé vase, decorated with mottled yellow and red glazes, 16cm high £80-120 130 Two Longwy vases, decorated with birds and flora, impressed and painted marks to base, the tallest vase measures 32.5cm high £120-150

131 131 Wedgwood Keith Murray vase, of globular form decorated with moonstone white glaze, 19cm high £80-120

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132 Crown Devon vase, decorated with exotic birds and flora on a blue ground, 23cm high £100-200

134 Boch Freres Gres Keramis stoneware vase, decorated with a band of roses and leaf work on a mottled ground, impressed 897, and D622 to base, 26cm high £100-200

133 Art pottery dish possibly American, modelled with two maidens and decorated with mottled green orange glaze, the base signed Langlady, and applied with a French gallery label reading ‘Au Surtout de Sevres Artistic Bibelots. 3 Rue St. Augustin Paris’ the side bearing indistinct signature, late 19th early 20th century, 12cm wide £300-500

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135 Wade model of a Brown Bear on rock after Faust Lang, painted marks and 1939 date to base, 23.5cm high £100-200

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136 Moorcroft lampbase, decorated with Phoenix pattern after Rachel Bishop, 16cm high excluding fittings25cm overall height £80-120 137 Moorcroft lampbase, decorated with Leicester pattern after Rachel Bishop, 16cm high excluding fittings 26cm overall height £100-150

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138 138 Moorcroft ewer, decorated with Golden Dream pattern after Nicola Slaney, impressed and painted marks to base, 23.5cm high £80-120 139 Moorcroft ewer, decorated with Red Ribbons pattern after Shirley Hayes, impressed and painted marks to base, 23.5cm high £80-120

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139 140 Moorcroft vase, decorated with a floral pattern after Shirley Hayes, impressed and painted marks to base including no.21, 2000 and an overglaze gilt artist signature, 20cm high £80-120 141 Moorcroft vase, decorated with Sweet Betsy pattern after Emma Bosons, impressed and painted marks to base including 2000 date, 14cm high £80-120

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140 142 Moorcroft vase, decorated with Heralds of Spring pattern after Nicola Slaney, impressed and painted marks to base including 25 and 2000 and overglaze artist signature, 14cm high £80-100 143 Moorcroft vase, decorated with Brambles pattern after Sally Tuffin, impressed and painted marks to base, with box, 25cm high £80-120

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144 Moorcroft vase, decorated with Hellebore pattern after Nicola Slaney, impressed and painted marks to base including overglaze artist signature, 15cm high £80-120 145 Moorcroft Medley octagonal plate, signed on reverse by eight artists, also Moorcroft Collectors Club 2001 dish, both boxed, the largest item measures 24.5cm wide £80-120 146 Large Moorcroft vase, decorated with Golden Lily pattern after Sally Tuffin, 31cm high £200-300

147 Moorcroft vase, decorated with red tulip pattern after Sally Tuffin, 27cm high £100-150 148 Moorcroft vase, charger and pin dish, decorated with red tulip pattern after Sally Tuffin, the charger measures 26cm diameter £120-180 149 Moorcroft trial jug, decorated with Earthly Paradise pattern after Rachel Bishop, printed GR to base, 24cm high £80-120 150 Moorcroft clock, decorate with Queens Choice pattern after Emma Bossons, 20.5cm high £100-200

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151 Large Moorcroft trial vase, decorated with a Coastal harbour scene possibly after the design of Kerry Goodwin, dated 22.11.13 to base 31cm high £150-250

152 Moorcroft plaque by Hayley Moore, decorated with foxgloves, framed, the panel measures 31.5 x 21cm. £100-200

153 ARR Lisa B. Moorcroft vase, decorated with bees and flowers on a lustre glazed ground, incised signature and 2011 to base, 31cm high £100-200

154 Heidi Warr vase, decorated with Fairies pattern, number 7 of 9, painted marks, and gilt signature to base, 44cm high Artists` Resale Right (droit de suite) may apply to this lot. £1,000-2,000

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155 Goldscheider figure of a lady, modelled after Stefan Dakon, impressed model numbers 6551, 380, 10 to base, 39.5cm high £300-400

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158 Goldscheider art déco figure of a lady after Josef Lorenzl, modelled wearing pink lace pleated dress, impressed model number 7058, 25, 4 to base, 35cm high £500-700

156 Clarice Cliff plate, decorated with Mountain pattern within orange and black border, 23cm diameter £150-250

159 ARR Gabriele Koch (b.1948 -) studio pottery vase 20.5cm high £50-100

157 Clarice Cliff Jardiniere, decorated with Blue Chintz pattern, 17cm high £100-200

160 Lladro 2001 figure group of the Birth of Venus, designed by Antonio Ramos, number 32 of an addition of 1000, with wood base, 85cm wide £800-900

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161 Late Victorian gothic style silver plated standing alter cross, round pedestal base, triangular patterning, the cross with triform ends, and 4 orange-red glass roundels inset into stylized flower head rosettes, height 78cm, diameter of base 22cm. £150-250

162 Silver mounted cut glass claret jug, plain polished silver mount, star cut base, marks for Hukin and Heath, Birmingham, 1891, height approx. 23cm. £100-150

163 A silver topped cut glass decanter, tapered indented form decorated with hobstar motif and thumb pattern to neck, plain round neck mount with triple pouring lips and cut glass mushroom stopper, marks for Walter & Charles Sissons, Sheffield, 1915, height approx. 27.5cm, together with another cut glass silver topped decanter, star motif and cut diamond decoration, plain round neck mount with four pouring lips, cut glass spherical stopper. marks for Walker and Hall, Sheffield, 1899, height approx. 33.5cm. £100-150

164 9ct gold cigarette case by William Neale & Son Ltd, hallmarked 1929, with engine turned patterning, measuring approx. 11cm x 8.5cm, weight approx. 116.2g. £1,000-1,500

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166 165 Six Irish silver George III forks, shell decoration to handles, marks for Samuel Neville, Dublin, 1801, length of each approx. 20.5cm, total weight approx. 20ozt. £200-300 166 Silver bowl by Mappin & Webb, plain polished body, chippendale and shell borders on pedestal foot, marks for Mappin & Webb, Birmingham, 1918, weight approx. 9.8ozt. £100-150

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167 Silver salver by Elkington & Co, plain polished form, chippendale style border on three hoof feet, width approx. 25.5cm, marks for Elkington & Co, Sheffield, 1966, weight approx. 19ozt. £185-235 168 Argentine polo presentation trophy, gourd nut vessel decorated with continental repousee silver mounts and plaques, marked 800, inscribed with ‘Arthur Cook Esq “Recuerdo” from Argentine Polo Team 1922 with facsimile signatures, with matched lid also with accompanying silver straw. £150-200

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169 Boxed set of 12 silver teaspoons, decorated with Victoria pattern, marks for Chawner & Co (George William Adams) London, 1867, length of each approx. 14.5cm, weight of set approx. 13.8ozt. £100-200

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170 Three-piece matched silver teaset by S Blanckensee & Son Ltd, consisting teapot, milk jug and sugar bowl, each of faceted balluster form, gadroon borders, on four compressed ball feet, teapot with black umbrella shaped finial and C-scroll handle, marks for Chester, 1933, milk jug with marks for Birmingham, 1929, sugar bowl with marks for Chester, 1932. £350-450

171 Silver hot water jug, baluster form on pedestal foot, black C-scroll handle and finial to hinged lid, marks for S Blanckensee & Son Ltd, Chester, 1932, weight approx. 12.9ozt, height approx. 22.5cm. £150-250 172 An EPNS rudspeed hipflask, in the form of a Bentley motorcar radiator with red label badge, height approx. 19.6cm, width approx. 12.5cm. £100-150 173 Russian silver table oil burner, of handled baluster form, open flame style finial to tapered lid, pedestal base, decorated all over with repousee work, St Petersburg Russian marks, height approx. 11.6cm, weight approx. 4.2ozt. £50-80

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176 174 Silver cow creamer, bumblebee finial to hinged lid, 13cm long, 10cm high, weight approx. 5.7ozt. £600-800 175 Victorian silver and cut glass matched part dressing table set, comprising 3 square glass bottles, 3 faceted cylindrical glass jars, 2 small cylindrical jars, 2 rectangular glass boxes, a glass box with hinged lid and screw fastening, all glass containers with star cut decoration to base and engine turned decoration to silver tops, all silver components stamped with marks for ‘George Brace, London, 1879’ also containing small pair of silver scissors and shaving razor stamped ‘Butler’s keeno razor’, contained within a black leather travel case with detachable mirror inset to lid, and a draw compartment. £200-300

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176 George II silver tankard, tapered cylindrical body on spreading foot, hinged stepped-dome lid with openwork thumbpiece, scroll shaped handle with heart shaped terminal, marks for London, 1724, height approx. 20cm, weight approx. 23.5ozt. £1,000-2,000

178 Pair of Corinthian column candlesticks, acanthus leaf and scroll decoration, beaded decoration to square-stepped bases (weighted), marks for Martin, Hall & Co, Sheffield, 1900, height approx. 29cm, width of base approx. 11cm. £300-400

177 Silver 4-piece tea and coffee set by Elkington & Co, rectangular style with scalloped corners, compressed ball feet to each component, engraved Japanese style decoration of cranes, bamboo and floral motifs, tea and coffee pots with black umbrella finials and scalloped handles, gold finish to inside of sugar bowl and milk jug, marks for Elkington & Co, Birmingham, 1891, pattern no. 16644, total weight approx. 60.3ozt. £700-800

179 Victorian silver lidded jug, embossed fluted decoration to body, plain polished neck, black scroll handle and finial, pedestal foot, marks for Atkin Brothers, Sheffield, 1892, height approx. 25.5cm, weight approx. 16.3ozt. £150-250

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180 Pair of Regency style small silver double-stemmed candelabras, knopped columns to flower-head pedestal base, embossed with floral, acanthus and scrolling decoration, sconces and drip pans of acanthus leaf design, flame finial to centre, (weighted), height approx. 21.5cm. £150-250

181 Pair of Edwardian boat-shaped pierced silver dishes, plain polished base, pierced scrolling decoration to sides with applied reeded borders, two scroll side handles, weight approx. 20.7ozt, length approx. 32.5cm, marks for Sibray, Hall & Co Ltd, London, 1901. £250-350

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182 Pair of Edwardian pierced boatshaped silver dishes, plain polished base, pierced scrolling decoration to sides with applied reeded borders, two scroll side handles, weight approx. 4.9ozt, length approx. 18.5cm, marks for Sibray, Hall & Co Ltd, London, 1901. £60-80

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183 183 Pair of cased silver tazzas, chippendale border surrounds with pierced scrolling decoration, pedestal feet, weighing approx. 3.8ozt, approx. 5.4cm high, marks for Henry Matthews, Birmingham, 1924, together with a pair cased silver salts and spoons, grooved decoration to oval bodies, height approx. 5cm, marks for Atkin Brothers, Sheffield, 1891, two spoons accompanying salts with marks for London, 1822, total weight of set weighing approx. 4.4ozt. £80-120 184 Asian silver bucket, decorated with elaborate floral and foliate repousse work, decorative panels depicting dragons, animals, deities etc height approx. 13.5cm, width approx. 16cm, weight approx. 12.3ozt. £150-250

185 185 Asian silver bowl, elaborate floral and scrollwork decoration, six cartouches to body depicting high relief figures of deities, width approx. 12cm, height approx. 8.5cm, weight approx. 5.6ozt. £100-200 186 Large Victorian silver salver on scrolling acanthus feet, applied scrolling floral decoration to borders, scrolling acanthus decoration etched to plain polished surface, marks for William Kerr Reid, London, 1837, measuring approx. 52cm diameter, total weight approx. 100ozt. £1,500-2,000

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187 Two George III silver spirit labels, embossed grapevine decoration, one for ‘Sherry’ and the other for ‘Whiskey’ marks for Birmingham, 1832, combined weight approx. 0.62 ozt, together with two silver plated examples, one for ‘sherry’ with chased scrolling decoration, the other for ‘whiskey’ carved with grapevine motif. £80-120

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188 A pair of Victorian silver gilt miniature stag heads by Stephen Smith mounted on wooden shield shaped plaques, stag heads 11cm high. £150-250 189 Edwardian silver epergne, plain faceted tapered body with flared rim onto pedestal base with chippendale style border, pierced decoration to upper rim, four plain scrolling arms holding four detachable tapered flutes of matched design, marks for Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, London, 1903, weight approx. 32.6ozt, height approx. 33cm. £700-800 190 Persian silver tea caddy, rectangular body with truncated corners, chased floral and foliate decoration, each side with central cartouche portraying figures in formal dress, height approx 15.5cm, width approx. 7.5cm, weight approx. 10.89ozt. £200-300

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191 Persian silver two-handled covered bowl, body of round squat form on three paw feet, chased floral and foliate decoration, six cartouches to body depicting birds in floral surroundings, finial in the form of a lotus bud, scrolling handles, weight approx. 13.7g, height approx. 11cm, width approx. 17cm. £180-280

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192 Small Persian silver teapot, round squat body, spout and handle chased with floral and foliate decoration, lid and cartouches to body depicting scenes of figures and wild animals, scrolling handle, finial in the form of a flower, single spreading foot, height approx. 10cm, width from handle to spout approx. 17.5cm, weight approx.9.4ozt. £180-280

193 Persian silver tray, elaborate chased floral and scrolling decoration with central floral motif, length approx. 30.9cm, weight approx. 11.4ozt, together with a small Persian milk jug, round balluster body with chased floral decoration, central decorative panel embossed with dancers, musicians, peacocks, deers etc, scrolling handle in the form of a peacock, weight approx. 6.1ozt, height approx. 10cm, also a silver spill vase chased with elaborate floral decoration, weight approx. 5.6ozt, and a small bowl inset with Iranian coin, weight approx. 2.8ozt, width approx. 8.5cm. £150-250

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195 194 194 Persian silver two-handled vase, cylindrical body on single spread foot, chased scrollwork and floral design to body, foot and neck, height approx. 36cm, total weight approx. 26.9ozt. £300-400

196 Silver Hanukah menorah with Star of David topping nine angled branches on faceted stem and spreading octagonal foot, hallmarked Birmingham, Alexander Smith 1969, (filled) 23cm high. £200-300

195 6 Persian silver filigree cup holders, wrought silver bodies decorated with lotus flowers and elaborate scrollwork, each with plain polished pedestal base, rectangular handles, total weight approx. 14ozt, diameter of base approx. 6.5cm. £200-300

197 Silver Art Nouveau style dish, plain polished body with applied wirework decoration to rim, floral and leaf decoration to three sections, marks for Sheffield, 1970, maker’s mark ‘FI’, width approx. 18.8cm, weight approx. 10.1 ozt. £150-250

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198 Collection of Persian flat ware, with hammered leafwork decoration, comprising of six dessert spoons, and six forks, together with five similar table spoons, weight approx. 22.5ozt. (17) £150-250

199 27 pieces of silver Queens pattern flat ware, comprising 6 dessert spoons, 3 table spoons, 3 serving spoons, 8 salad forks, 6 dinner forks and 1 soup ladle, marks for John Round & Son Ltd, Sheffield, 1903, 3 forks dated 1904, soup ladle dated 1906, total weight of set approx. 73ozt. £600-700

200 Victorian silver plated inkstand by Elkington & Co, depicting figure of a maid, palm tree and well on textured base, glass inkwell contained inside of well, base approx. 21cm wide, approx. 37cm high, underside of base stamped ‘by Elkington & Co April 1851’ to base. £150-250

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201 Silver tea caddy by William Hutton & Co, silver gilt interior, hinged lid with floral and scrollwork handle, marks for William Hutton & Co, Birmingham, 1902, weight approx. 4.8ozt, height approx. 8.7cm. £250-400

202 Pair of silver cruets and a pair of silver salts, cruets with plain polished baluster bodies on pedestal feet with gadroon borders, pierced decoration to head, crest stamped to body of snake wrapped around sword in crown, weight approx. 8ozt, height approx. 11cm, together with a pair matched silver salts with blue glass liners, weight approx. 7.30zt, height approx. 5.5cm, marks for D & J Wellby Ltd, London, 1911. £250-400 201

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203 Small silver box with moss agate lid, rounded triangular form, silver guilt interior, hinged lid comprising polished moss agate stone, marks for Levi & Salaman, Birmingham, 1911, weight approx. 1.4ozt, width approx. 4.5cm. £100-150

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204 Stylized amethyst and diamond yellow gold snake bangle, two pear shaped mixed cut amethyst to front terminals, continuing with a flush bead set row each side containing a total of 22 round brilliant cut diamonds, calculated total diamond weight of approx. 1ct, double sprunghinged opening front section, assessed as 18ct gold, gross weight approx. 33.4g. £750-1,000

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205 Diamond and sapphire 18ct white gold flower head ring, total diamond weight approx. 0.33 carat, six oval mixed cut blue sapphires, total weight of approx. 4ct, 6mm x 4 average each, claw settings, open wirework basket style mount, ring size P. £300-500

206 Victorian diamond and seed pearl horseshoe bar brooch circa 1900, the horseshoe and fluer-de-lys ends comprising a total of 26 round old cut diamonds, total diamond weight approx. 0.75 carat, central seed pearl approx. 3.3mm diameter, hinged pin and simple loop fittings 45mm long, unmarked, assessed as 18ct gold with silver settings. £300-500

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207 Late 19th century art nouveau plique-a-jour yellow gold pendant brooch, the classic art nouveau design comprising 3 diamond and blue plique-a-jour enamelled flower heads to centre with drop diamond and pear-shaped pearl, approx. 6mm x 5.5mm, green plique-a-jour curved panels to each side, the shield shaped centre with honeycomb pattern white and green plique-a-jour enamel, reverse with detachable screw fitting brooch pin, measuring 67mm long (including drop) and 53mm wide. £1,500-2,500

208 18ct white and yellow gold collarette necklace, alternating white and yellow gold curved bar and scroll links with tongue snap clasp fastener, 42cm long and 1cm wide, 18ct gold Birmingham import hallmark, stamped ITALY, weighing approx. 59.6g. £1,600-2,600

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209 9ct gold fox head and riding crop bar brooch, the realistically modelled central fox head with small ruby eyes, patterned and textured finish, hinged steel pin and roll-over safety loop brooch fittings, hallmarked 9ct gold London, 1973, measuring 5.5cm, gross weight 9.2g. £150-200 210

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210 Victorian coral brooch and drop earring set, carved rose and leaf design, brooch of white wirework construction, hinged pin and simple loop brooch fittings, brooch 50mm long, together with matching drop earrings, shepherd hook pierced ear fittings, 35mm long. £200-300

211 18ct three-colour gold bracelet, the flexible link bangle style bracelet with alternating section of yellow, white and rose gold with circular engine turned patterning, alternating with diagonal stripes, tongue snap clasp with safety clip, 190mm long, 8mm wide, stamped 750, weighing approx. 21.5g. £500-700

212 18ct 3-colour gold necklace, the tooth style links with circular engine turned patterning, alternating yellow, white and rose gold sections, tongue snap clasp with safety clip, 390mm long, 5mm wide, stamped 750, weighing approx. 27g. £500-700

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213 Victorian coral yellow gold bar brooch, carved flower head and leaf design yellow gold branch style bar, hinged pin and simple loop fittings, 50mm long. £150-250

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214 15ct yellow gold and seed pearl set swallow motif brooch, four swallows to plain gold bar, inset with seed pearls and millgrain decoration to bodies, safety chain attached, stamped ‘15ct’, length approx. 62mm, weight 7.0g. £250-400

215 Victorian 15ct yellow gold and amethyst Etruscan style brooch, the central oval amethyst measuring approx. 16mm x 13mm, with two smaller amethyst’s set either side, approx 13mm x 10mm, granulated decoration to gold border, total length of brooch approx. 52mm, stamped 15ct to reverse, safety chain attached, later replacement safety rolling catch to reverse. £250-400 215

216 10ct yellow and white gold diamond set curved link bracelet, the curved diamond set white gold links alternating with plain polished yellow gold curved links, 177mm long, 13mm wide, total weight approx. 32.4g. £550-750

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217 18ct white gold Tahitian pearl ring with diamond set shoulders, the golden black Tahitian pearl measuring approx. 11mm x 10mm, claws and shoulders pave set with small brilliant cut diamonds, stamped 18K, ring size L 1/2, weight approx. 7.0g. £400-600

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218 Victorian gypsy claw set diamond solitaire gold ring, cushion cut diamond in open back setting, approx. 0.5 carat, 15ct gold shank, etched decoration to head and shoulders, ring size N, weight approx. 3.2g. £350-450

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220 220 18ct yellow gold cultured blister pearl earrings, half blister pearls 14mm diameter, set to hollow 18ct yellow gold circular surround with sscroll decoration, approx. 20mm diameter total, omega-back pierced ear fittings, stamped ‘18K’ and ‘ANF’, weight approx. 11.1g. £250-350

221 18ct yellow gold cultured pearl floral motif tiered brooch, flower head comprising 15 cultured pearls in closed back settings, set to yellow gold curved stem with leaf decoration, trombone clasp, ‘750’ stamped to pin, approx. 51mm long, weight 10.3g. £250-350

219 Diamond solitaire platinum ring with diamond set shoulders, central old cut diamond weighing approx. 0.75ct, 4 split-claw setting, shoulders set with 3 small diamonds either side, plain platinum shank, ring size O 1/2, total weight approx. 3.3g. £800-1,200

222 222 Pair of 9ct yellow gold garnet set cufflinks in the form of knights, figures measuring approx. 23mm high, shields half set with garnets, total weight approx. 14.2g. £200-300

223 14ct yellow gold emerald and diamond ring,the lyre shaped head comprising pear shaped mixed cut emerald measuring approx. 10.5mm x 7.5mm, weighing approx. 2 carats, 5 small round brilliant cut diamonds above, stamped ‘14K Mexico’, weight approx, 9.2g, ring size R. £1,000-2,000

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224 18ct white gold diamond trilogy pendant, three princess cut diamonds, weighing a total of 1 carat, rub-over end settings to 18ct white gold bar pendant, total length of pendant approx. 27mm, complete with 18ct white gold chain, claw fastening, total weight approx 4.8g, length approx. 22.5cm. £750-1,000

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228 1.5 carat diamond solitaire pendant, the round brilliant cut diamond accompanied by an AnchorCert Gem Lab Diamond Report stating weight 1.50 carats (estimated), colour J-K, clarity VS, six claw set to 18ct yellow gold boxlink chain, chain length approx. 40cm, total weight approx. 6.2g. £6,000-8,000

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229 Art Deco sapphire and diamond 3 row cluster ring, central row containing three square cut blue sapphires, approx. 3mm x 3mm, and six round old cut diamonds, three each side, total diamond weight approx. 0.36 carat, mill grain edge decoration, split shoulders, 18ct yellow gold shank, ring size L. £600-800

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230 diamond solitaire ring, accompanied by an AnchorCert Gem Lab Diamond Report stating weight 1.54 carats (estimated) colour G, clarity I2, claw set to 18ct gold shank, shoulders mill grain set with single row of brilliant cut diamonds, ring size N, total weight approx. 3.4g. £9,000-11,000 231 Diamond modern design platinum ring, the central rub-over collette set round brilliant cut diamond weighing approx. 1ct, assessed colour H/I, assessed clarity SI2, a surround of 18 baguette cut diamonds, channel set, with a total diamond weight of approx. 1.00 carat, ring size N. £2,500-3,500

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232 Cartier Art Deco diamond, seed pearl and black onyx brooch, the oval openwork brooch comprising 14 round seed pearls, 2.3mm diameter, average each 16 small bead set rose cut diamonds, 8 to each end, brooch 33mm x 13mm, hinged pin and trigger claw fastener, reverse stamped ‘Cartier NY’ and ‘14K’. £750-1,000

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233 An early 20th century pair of 18ct white and yellow gold seed pearl, ruby and diamond drop earrings, pear-shaped drops containing offround pearl to each, approx. 5mm diameter with small ruby and diamond surround, diamond and ruby set suspension wire, shepherd hook pierced ear fittings, 57mm long, assessed as 18ct white and yellow gold. £500-700

234 Amethyst and diamond cluster 18ct white gold pendant on a silver collarette, the cushion shaped cluster comprising a central amethyst, approx. 15mm x 11mm, the 2-tier cluster surround comprising a total of 40 round brilliant cut diamonds, a calculated total diamond weight of approx. 2 carats, claw settings, tubular bale to a silver snake-link collarette. £2,500-3,000

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235 Sapphire and diamond 5-stone ring, central sapphire approx. 6.7mm diameter, weight approx. 1.25 carat, 4 round old-cut diamonds, 2 either side, total diamond weight approx. 1.30 carat, white claw settings, yellow gold shank, stamped 18ct, ring size K, weight approx. 4.5g. £1,100-1,300

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237 Diamond half-eternity 18ct white gold ring, the flush bead set front comprising a central round brilliant cut diamond, approx. 0.33 carat, 5 smaller diamonds each side, ring size O 1/2. £300-500

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238 Pair of diamond solitaire 18ct yellow gold stud earrings, rub-over collette settings, the 2 round brilliant cut diamonds weighing a total of approx. 0.50 carat, post and butterfly back pierced-ear fittings. £250-350

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236 Pearl and diamond 5-stone 18ct yellow gold ring, the central halfpearl approx. 5mm diameter, two small half pearls, 3mm diameter, 2 round old cut diamonds, total diamond weight approx. 0.50 carat, small diamond points between, carved claw settings, ring size N. £300-500

239 18ct white gold blue moonstone and diamond elliptical cluster pendant on integral snake link chain, faceted moonstone approximately 17mm x 9mm. The marquise shaped cluster surround containing a total of 30 small round brilliant cut diamonds. Gross weight 16.7g. £300-500

240 Victorian gold star shaped diamond and pearl bar brooch, central star motif inset with half natural pearl, approx. 6mm diameter, points inset with mixed cut diamonds, two small 5-pointed stars on either side, each inset with a mixed cut diamond, length approx. 38mm long, weight approx. 5.4g. £400-600 241 Victorian 3-stone diamond brooch, central rose-cut diamond, with a halo surround of 12 small mixed cut diamonds, two rose-cut diamonds either side, total diamond weight approx. 1 carat, silver closed back settings, yellow gold reverse, hinged pin and simple loop fittings, length approx. 26mm, weight approx. 4.5g. £300-400

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245 242 Georg Jensen Vivianna Torun silver and rutilated quartz pendant, stamped design number ‘133’ circa 1970, the oval cabochon cut rutilated quartz 45mm x 30mm, spectacle set to solid suspension bar with hook-end, together with a solid wire collarette double hook fastener, unmarked. £300-500

243 George III gold gentlemen’s mourning ring, black and white enamelled decoration, inscription to inside of ring ‘Lionel Dixon 4 June 1793 at 83’, ring size X 1/2, weight approx. 6.1g. £250-350

245 18ct white gold turquoise and diamond cluster ring, central turquoise approx. 10mm x 6mm, ring size Q 1/2, together with a matching pair of 18ct white gold turquoise and diamond cluster drop earrings, post and butterfly back pierced ear fittings, length approx. 28mm, total weight of set 18.1g. £1,000-1,500

246 Victorian diamond set 18ct yellow gold target brooch, central old cut diamonds set to floral design central motif, surround of old cut diamonds, approx. 1.25 carat total, and mill grain decoration, approx. 36mm diameter, weight approx. 14.4g, with later replacement brooch fitting. £500-700

244 Diamond marquise shaped cluster ring, the cluster comprising 7 tiers of eight cut diamonds, head approx. 24mm x 17mm, total diamond weight approx. 1 carat, set to 18ct yellow gold band, weight approx. 4.3g, ring size R. £500-700

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247 248 247 18ct white gold diamond set cluster ring, comprising five marquise cut diamonds of graduating size, with surround of 16 brilliant cut diamonds, total diamond weight approx. 3 carats, (centre marquise diamond approx. 0.66 carat), set to 18ct white gold split shank, ring size approx. S, total weight approx. 8.4g. £1,750-2,250

248 Continental diamond and pearl circular laurel brooch, brooch set with 10 round cultured pearls separated by small white metal leaf motifs inset with diamond chips, set to circular yellow metal frame, hinged pin and safety roll loop fittings, diameter approx. 32mm, weight approx. 4.9g. £300-500

249 Victorian 18ct yellow gold diamond solitaire ring, central diamond measuring approx. 0.33ct, rubover set to 18ct yellow gold band, inscription to inside ‘July 8th 1897’, weight approx. 5.6g, ring size K. £300-500

250 Pearl and diamond devant-de-corsage, the floral and scroll design with central and drop pearls, assessed as cultured, approx. 7.5mm and 5.0mm diameters, small rough cut diamonds to surround, silver settings and construction, gold plated reverse, hinged pin stamped 18kt, safety roll loop brooch fittings with pendant loop to top, 60mm wide, 57m long, weight approx. 18.8g. £400-600

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251 18ct white gold diamond kiss-design line bracelet, comprising 11 white gold links each channel set with 14 princess cut diamonds, total weight approx. 1 carat, each separated by kissdesigned cross-over links, tongue and box snap clasp with safety, stamped 750, length approx. 20cm, total weight approx. 12.4g. £500-800

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252 252 1.54 carat diamond solitaire ring, the oval old cut diamond weighing approx. 1.54 carat (stated as weighed weight), assessed colour M – N (tinted), assessed clarity VS,ring size M 1/2. £2,600-3,600

253 A diamond spray cluster ring, the multi-tiered cluster comprising a total of 28 round brilliant cut diamonds, with approx. total diamond weight of 2 carats, 18ct white gold plain polished split shank, ring size J 1/2, weight approx. 7g. £650-750

254 Victorian diamond and ruby Etruscan style gold bangle, 9ct gold oval hinged bangle, central panel set with 3 mixed cut diamonds in star-shaped settings, and four mixed cut rubies in diamond-shaped settings, panel flanked by two gold spheres either side, scrollwork and beaded decoration to outside, tongue snap clasp with safety chain, in box. £400-600 154

255 Victorian Etruscan style bangle inset with rubies and diamonds, 9ct yellow gold bangle, central panel set with two mixed cut diamonds in recessed star settings, flanked by two smaller panels each set with an old cut ruby in recessed star settings, applied bead decoration, tongue snap clasp with safety chain, stamped ‘9ct’ maker’s mark ‘JVB’, total weight approx. 19.7g. £300-500

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256 256 Pair of 18ct white gold diamond flower head cluster earrings, each comprising seven claw set round brilliant cut diamonds, total diamond weight approx. 1 carat, gross weight approx. 2.4g, post and screw back fittings, stamped ‘750’ (to one). £425-475

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257 Sapphire and diamond 18ct gold cluster ring, four-claw set oval mixed cut sapphire, measuring approx. 9mm x 7mm, surrounded by 12 small round brilliant cut diamonds, weighing a total of approx. 0.75 carat, yellow gold shank stamped ‘750’, weight approx. 5.0g, ring size P 1/2. £1,250-1,750

258 Ruby and diamond 18ct gold cluster pendant, central mixed cut oval ruby weighing approx. 1.50 carat, four claw set to 18ct white gold pendant, surround of 10 claw-set brilliant cut diamonds, total diamond weight 0.50 carat, yellow gold pendant loop fitting stamped ‘750.’ £1,500-2,500

259 259 2.17 carat diamond solitaire ring with diamond set shoulders, the round brilliant cut diamond stated as weighed weight of 2.17 carats, of champagne colour, assessed clarity VS, yellow gold bezel surround, set to white gold shank, shoulders channel set with approx. 0.75 carats of baguette cut diamonds, shank stamped ‘K18’ total weight of ring 6.7g. £4,000-6,000 56

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260 18ct white gold diamond cluster ring, centre diamond surrounded by halo of 12 claw set melee diamonds, surrounded by a cluster of 16 claw set diamonds, head approx. 15mm diameter, white gold plain split shank, ring size K 1/2, weight 4.1g, total diamond weight approx. 1 carat. £330-430

261 Sapphire and diamond 18ct white gold cluster ring, central sapphire measuring approx. 7mm x 5mm, tiered surround of approx. 1 carat of brilliant cut diamonds in claw settings, shank stamped ‘750’, ring size P, total weight approx. 4.2g. £850-950

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262 2.17 carat diamond solitaire ring with diamond set shoulders, the round brilliant cut diamond of champagne colour, stated as VS2, 4-claw set, stated as 2.17 carats, tapered shoulders channel set with brilliant cut diamonds, weight approx. 5.6g. £6,000-8,000

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264 263 263 Pair of 18ct white gold diamond set stud earrings, 7 brilliant cut diamonds rub-over set in a floral design to circular white gold studs, screw back post fastenings, diameter approx. 6mm, weight 1.9g. £250-350

264 18ct white gold diamond set earrings, three rows of channel set diamonds, central row comprising princess cut diamonds with a row of brilliant cut diamonds either side, total diamond weight approx. 1.6ct, 18ct white gold plain border surround, length approx. 20mm, stamped 750, screw back post fittings, weight 7.6g. £850-1,050

265 18ct yellow gold diamond inset triangular pendant, three brilliant cut diamonds pave set to triangular pendant with plain border surround, total diamond weight approx. 0.75ct, pendant to 18ct yellow gold rope twist chain, length approx. 38.8cm, claw and loop fastener, stamped ‘750’ to chain and pendant, total weight approx. 21.5g, size approx. 14mm x 14mm. £1,750-1,950

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266 Pair of 18ct yellow gold diamond set oval hoop earrings, each hoop set with 8 brilliant cut claw-set diamonds, lever back fittings, weight approx. 12.3g £550-750

268 267 18ct white gold diamond set bar-link necklace, each bar inset with 7 small brilliant cut diamonds, total diamond weight approx. 2.8 carats, tongue and box snap clasp, French hallmarks, weight approx. 17g, length approx. 41cm. £1,300-1,500

268 18ct yellow gold five stone diamond ring, five brilliant cut diamonds channel set to 18ct yellow gold band, total diamond weight approx. 0.8ct, open back settings, inside shank stamped ‘750’, total weight approx. 6.4g, ring size K 1/2. £700-900

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269 18ct white gold diamond tennis bracelet, inset with 36 brilliant cut diamonds, each bezel set to curved octagonal border surround, total diamond weight approx 3ct, tongue and box snap clasp with safety clip either side, length approx. 19cm, weight approx. 37.9g. £1,900-2,300

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270 Ruby and diamond 18ct white gold cluster pendant, oval cabochon cut ruby weighing approx. 10.29 carats, 4-claw set into 18ct white gold pendant with a surround of 18 brilliant cut diamonds, pendant fittings set with a further 15 small brilliant but diamonds, total diamond weight approx. 1.62 carats, total diamond weight approx. 5.9g. £3,800-4,200

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271 Victorian 6-panel continental bracelet, 6 porcelain panels painted with European figures, each panel approx. 35mm x 25mm, bezel set tubular scrollwork designs to top and bottom, tongue snap-clasp, yellow metal unmarked. £200-300

272 Blue enamel and diamond oval cluster 18ct gold ring, applied diamond set section to domed blue enamel centre, oval diamond set border surround, total of 40 small round brilliant and round 8-cut diamonds, marks for London, 1976, stamped ‘750.’ £400-600

273 Pair of diamond and ruby set 18ct gold cufflinks and tie tack set by Deakin & Francis, the rectangular shaped cufflinks and tie tack channel set to borders set with small tapered baguette cut diamonds, alternating small round brilliant cut diamonds and rubies to central panel sections, approx. total diamond weight 4 carats, total gross weight approx. 22.4g (excluding tie tack fastener). £600-800

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WATCHES PLEASE NOTE: All clocks and watches are sold without warranty. Comments regarding the going condition of clocks and watches relate to their state at the time of cataloguing and those comments may no longer be correct at the time of sale or delivery. Buyers should assume that all lots will require servicing to be useable and reliable. Clocks and watches are not tested for accuracy, duration or water tightness’

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274 Christopher Ward RAF Battle of Britain 1940 limited edition steel wristwatch, cream dial with date window, round steel case, 40mm stamped to watch back number ‘0216/1940’ and ‘6B/159’, automatic self-winding jewelled movement on a later black leather strap. £150-250 275 A gent’s Art Deco 14ct gold Bernex wristwatch, 9ct yellow gold expanding bracelet, oblong champagne dial, subsidiary seconds dial, Arabic numerals, oblong 14ct gold case, 20mm wide, 38mm long including lugs, mechanical winding Swiss jewelled lever movement on excalibur 9ct gold expanding bracelet. £200-300 276 Breitling midi-size steel chronograph watch on a leather strap, round black dial, three subsidiary dials, date window, rotatable bezel, yellow gold quarters, steel head, 36mm, the watch back stamped model number B30012 and 5381, mechanical automatic Swiss jewelled chronograph movement, black leather stitched Breitling strap and buckle. £200-300

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277 277 18ct gold chronograph open face pocket watch by J. Hargreaves & Co, Liverpool, black roman numerals to face, makers to the Queen and the Prince of Wales, marks for Sheffield, 1892, Movement no. 52889, crown winding jewelled lever movement, plain polished case, inner and outer back covers, case size 52mm, sliding stop watch side button centre seconds timing hand. £600-800

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281 280 278 Ladies’ vintage 9ct rose gold Rolex, round ‘telephone dial’ to spiral grooved bezel surround and rose gold case, 26mm diameter, mechanical winding Rolex 15 jewels movement, inner case stamped ‘Rolex’ ‘W & D’ numbered ‘573373’, 9ct London import mark for 1914 (Please note: case assessed as probably earlier), black material strap. £300-500

281 A ladies 18ct gold Omega De Ville bracelet watch, with diamond dot champagne dial and diamond bezel, case size 23mm, the reverse with ‘De Ville’ logo to centre, numbered ‘53565489’ quartz battery movement, 5-row D-link yellow gold bracelet, 18ct gold Swiss marks to watch and bracelet, complete with box and paper work. £2,500-3,000

279 A ladie’s vintage Rolex Precision 9ct gold bracelet watch, square white dial, Arabic numerals with batons between, yellow gold bezel and square case, 17mm, mechanical winding Swiss jewelled lever movement, integral 5-row link 9ct gold Rolex bracelet, ladder snap clasp, hallmarked Birmingham 1951. £300-500

282 Gent’s Omega automatic yellow gold bracelet watch, round white dial applied batons, date window to 3’o’clock, case size approx. 36mm, mechanical winding Swiss jewelled lever movement, Milanese style 9ct gold bracelet, hallmarks for 1977, complete with Omega box as found, overall gross weight including movement 74g. £800-1,200

280 Georgian silver pair case pocket watch, white enamelled dial, black roman numerals, brass fusee movement marked ‘D Northgraves, Hull’ number ‘7731’ by ‘L & Co’ (Peter Litherland), bell shaped balance-cock with diamond end stone, foot stamped ‘patent,’ hallmarked Chester, 1835, the outer pair case hallmarked London, 1868. £100-200 282

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283 Rolex Oyster Perpetual datejust steel bracelet watch, black dial, date window to 3 ‘o’ clock, diamond bezel surround, steel head, case size 36mm, steel oyster bracelet, mechanical automatic Swiss-jewelled lever movement, serial no. F244131, circa 2004, model no. 16264. £2,000-3,000 284 Gents’ vintage circa 1960’s Breitling Navitimer chronograph steel watch on leather strap, black and steel dial, three subsidiary dials, chronograph function buttons above and below crown, steel back stamped ‘Breitling’ to centre and ‘806’, winding Swiss jewelled chronograph movement, case size 41mm, black leather strap, steel Breitling buckle. £1,750-2,250

287 285 Circa 1930’s/40’s vintage diamond and platinum cocktail watch, small barrel shaped white dial, black Arabic numerals, diamond set bezel, lugs and strap ends, comprising round brilliant cut and baguette cut diamonds, approx. total diamond weight 1.50 carats, black cord strap, mechanical winding movement, case size 30mm x 15mm. £400-600

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286 Georgian silver pair case watch by Rant of London, the round silvered ornate dial painted black Roman numerals, date aperture to centre, the brass fusee movement stamped ‘Jona Rant, London’ (active from 1687), large ornate bird and scroll pattern, pierced balance cock and foot, ornate pilasters, inner and outer case unmarked. £250-400 287 Ladies’ Must de Cartier tank gold plated silver wristwatch, 3-coloured dial, square chapter ring, case size 20mm wide, quartz battery movement, the reverse with silver marks and stamped ‘366001’ and ‘62632’, later nonCartier black leather strap, complete with original box and paperwork. £400-600

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288 Gent’s Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean co-axial steel bracelet watch, round black dial, red Arabic numeral quarters, batons between, date window, rotatable orange in-filled steel bezel surround to steel head, 43mm diameter, mechanical automatic co-axial movement, steel Seamaster bracelet. £1,300-1,500 289 Omega De Ville 18ct yellow gold and diamond wristwatch, champagne coloured dial stylized in the form of a tennis racket, diamond dot batons, diamond bezel surround and lugs, the oval head 23mm x 18mm, quartz battery movement, integral 18ct gold ingot link bracelet, with diamond spacers between each link, gross weight including movement 57.4g. £1,500-2,000

290 Ladies’ vintage Longines 9ct yellow gold bracelet watch, oval textured dial, with textured finish bezel, case size 17mm wide, 22mm long, mechanical winding Swiss jewelled lever movement, integral textured finish, flexible link bracelet, fold over ladder snap-clasp with safety clip, gross weight including movement 33.2g. £250-350 291 Gent’s Maurice Lacroix steel bracelet watch, off round slate grey dial, Arabic quarters, date window, satin finish, bezel surround and steel head, 41mm wide, reverse stamped with AG50778 and SH1018, quartz battery movement. £300-500

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292 18ct gold pocket watch, round white enamelled dial, black Roman numerals, 3/4 plate, key-wind fusee movement, floral patterned 18ct yellow gold case, hallmarked Chester, 1874, case size 44mm. £200-400 293 Ladies Rolex Datejust 18ct yellow gold bracelet watch, champagne dial, applied batons, fluted bezel surround, case size 26mm, automatic self-winding Swiss jewelled lever movement, 18ct gold president bracelet, concealed fold-over clasp, serial No. 9293312. £5,300-6,300

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294 Ladies’ Omega Constellation 18ct gold wristwatch, diamond dot mother of pearl dial with diamond bezel surround, case size 26mm wide, watch back with Constellation logo to centre back, numbered 5762448, satin finish 18ct gold bar link bracelet. £2,250-2,750 295 Cartier Reverso steel watch, rectangular dial, black Roman numerals, swivel clip to top, the reverse side stamped ‘Cartier 2001’, overall case size 24mm wide, 34mm long, the back stamped Cartier stainless steel, 75250CD and 2405, winding mechanical movement, a later nonCartier black leather strap, condition very good, minor wear and tear only. £850-1,000 296 Ladies 18ct white gold Rolex Orchid, satin finished white dial, faceted watch glass, patterned white gold head, 16mm case size, watch back engraved serial no. ‘1393769’ (circa 1966), black leather strap, steel Rolex buckle, complete in a Rolex box. £800-1,200

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297 Gent’s circa 1970’s vintage Omega Constellation 18ct yellow gold wristwatch, satin finish champagne dial, day-date window, yellow gold bezel surround and tonneau shaped case, measuring approx. 36mm, automatic self winding movement, a later non-Omega leather strap and gold-plated buckle. £800-900 298 Ladies’ Blancpain vintage 18ct gold bracelet dress watch with ruby set lugs, marquise shaped white metal dial and gold head 18mm x 13mm, mechanical Swiss-jewelled winding lever movement, 10 small round cut rubies, Milanese style flexible link yellow gold bracelet, weight excluding movement 24.6g. £500-700

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Oil Paintings (MOdern/COnteMPOrary)

299 299 ARR Reg Gardner (1948-), “Morning Papers”, signed, titled on verso, oil on canvas, 34.5 x 44.5cm, 13.5 x 17.5in. £300-500

301 301 ARR Reg Gardner (1948-), “The Marble Arch Inn, Rochdale”, signed, oil on canvas, 40 x 32.5cm, 15.75 x 12.75in. £300-500

302 302 ARR Donald McIntyre R.I., R.Cam.A., S.M.A. (1923-2009), “Village by Green Sea”, signed, titled on artist’s label verso, acrylic on board, 47 x 80cm, 18.5 x 31.5in. £4,000-6,000 300 300 ARR Leonard Richmond (1889-1965), “A Country Lane, Shropshire”, signed, titled on artist’s label verso, oil on board, 50 x 60cm.; 19.75 x 23.75in. £500-700

303 303 ARR James Lawrence Isherwood F.R.S.A., F.I.A.L. (1917-1989), “The Scarf”, signed and dated ‘79, titled on verso, oil on board, unframed, 35.5 x 45.5cm, 14 x 17.75in. £600-800

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304 ARR Andrew Vicari (1932-2016), “Harlequin & Gipsy Children”, signed and titled on verso, oil on board, 121 x 176cm, 47.75 x 69.25in.

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305 ARR Andrew Vicari (1932-2016), Portrait of a lady, signed, oil on board, 120.5 x 90.5cm, 47.5 x 35.5in. £300-500

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306 ARR Don Mckinlay (1929-2017), Floral still life, initialled and dated ‘99, titled on verso, oil on canvas, 60 x 50cm, 23.75 x 19.75in. * His painting one-man shows have been held at the Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool, the Rosengalerie, Amsterdam, Ayling Porteous Gallery, Chester, Bede Gallery, Jarrow, Liverpool Cathedral (Amnesty International), Liverpool Academy, Merseyside Arts, Merkmal Gallery, Liverpool and Salford Art Gallery. His work has been included in mixed shows at the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, Cartwright Hall, Bradford, Cornerhouse, Manchester, Liverpool Academy, Williamson Art Gallery, and Birkenhead. A member and regular exhibitor at the Manchester Academy of Fine Arts, he is undoubtedly one of the most talented artists to come from the North-West of England in the past generation. £400-600

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307 307 ARR William Turner F.R.S.A., R.Cam.A. (1920-2013), “Chateau Rochpot”, signed and dated 1975, titled on artist’s label verso, oil on board, 48.5 x 59cm.; 19.25 x 23.25in. £3,000-5,000

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308 308 ARR William Henry Burns (British, 1924-1995), “Errigal Mountain, County Donegal”, signed, titled on verso, oil on canvas, 49.5 x 90.5cm, 19.5 x 35.5in. £300-500

309 ARR William Henry Burns (British, 1924-1995), “Scrabo Tower, Newtownards, County Down, Northern Ireland”, signed, oil on board, 27 x 42.5cm, 10.5 x 16.75in. £100-200

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310 Robert Hagan (Australian, b.1947), “In the Glade”, signed, titled on label verso, oil on canvas, 49 x 59cm, 19.25 x 23.25in, together with Artist Robert Hagan’s Images of Australia, published 1994, hardback, one volume (2). £300-500 311 ARR Peter Cosslett (1927-), “Shingle Beach”, signed, inscribed and dated 13/09/2009 on verso, oil on canvas, 39.5 x 49.5cm, 15.5 x 19.5in. £200-400

313 313 ARR James Downie (1949-), “Happy Hour”, signed, titled and dated 2016 on verso, unframed, oil on canvas, 30 x 30cm, 11.75 x 11.75in. £100-200

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312 ARR Roger Hampson (1925-1996), “Tynewydd”, signed, titled on label verso, oil on board, 52 x 37cm, 20.5 x 14.5in. £300-500

314 ARR James Downie (1949-), “The Conversation”, signed, dated 2016 on verso, unframed, oil on canvas, 30 x 30cm, 11.75 x 11.75in. £100-200 For condition reports please go to www.peterwilson.co.uk


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315 ARR James Downie (1949-), “Snow Easing”, signed, titled and dated 2016 on verso, unframed, oil on canvas, 30 x 30cm, 11.75 x 11.75in. £100-200

316 ARR James Downie (1949-), “Slow Trade”, signed, titled and dated 2016 on verso, unframed, oil on canvas, 30 x 30cm, 11.75 x 11.75in. £100-200

317 ARR Geoffrey Key (1941-), “Sleeping Head”, signed and dated ‘02, titled on verso, oil on canvas, 50 x 40cm, 19.75 x 15.75in. £3,000-5,000

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318 318 ARR Geoffrey Key (1941-), “Chinese Basket with Pomegranates”, signed and dated ‘99, titled on verso, oil on canvas, 59.5 x 90cm, 23.5 x 35.5in. £6,000-8,000

319 ARR Geoffrey Key (1941-), “Woman at a Mirror”, signed and dated ‘77, titled on artist’s label verso, oil on canvas, 85 x 84.5cm, 33.5 x 33.25in. £6,000-8,000

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320 320 ARR Geoffrey Key (1941-), “Aubergine with Garlic II”, signed and dated ‘02, titled on verso, oil on canvas, 49.5 x 59.5cm, 19.5 x 23.5in. £3,000-5,000

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321 ARR Reg Gardner (1948-), “Camden - Spring Evening”, signed and dated 2008, titled on verso, oil on canvas, 49.5 x 59.5cm, 19.5 x 23.5in. £400-600

322 Frederick J. England (1939-), “Pot Bank View”, signed, titled on verso, oil on canvas, unframed, 90 x 60cm, 35.5 x 23.75in. £300-500

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323 323 Frederick J. England (1939-), “Safety Man, Davy Lamp Friend”, signed, titled on verso, oil on panel, unframed, 56 x 28.5cm, 22 x 11.25in. £150-200

326 326 ARR David Alderman, 20th/21st century, “Rain on Manchester Street”, signed, titled and dated Oct. 2013 on verso, acrylic on board, 25 x 16.5cm, 10 x 6.5in. £100-200

324 324 ARR Arthur Ewan Forbes-Dalrymple (1912-1970), “Evening Picnic”, signed and dated ‘60, titled on artist’s label verso, oil on board, 53 x 97.5cm, 20.75 x 38.25in. £200-400

327 327 ARR George Thompson (b.1934), “Canal at Christleton near Chester”, signed, titled and dated ‘79 on verso, oil on canvas, 44 x 54.5cm, 17.25 x 21.5in. £100-200

325 325 ARR Roger Hampson (1925-1996), “Atlas Mill, Bolton”, signed, titled on gallery label - ‘Clark Art Ltd, Hale’ verso, oil on board, 40.5 x 60.5cm, 16 x 23.75in. £600-800

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330 ARR Tessa Newcomb (British, b.1955), “Tilly”, initialled and dated ‘06, titled on verso, oil on board, 22 x 22cm, 8.75 x 8.75in. £600-800

328 ARR George Thompson (b.1934), “Little Girl in White Hat”, signed, titled and dated ‘78 on verso, oil on canvas, 44.5 x 34cm, 17.5 x 13.5in. £100-200

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329 329 ARR Tessa Newcomb (British, b.1955), Still life with vase of flowers, initialled and dated ‘05, oil on board, 25 x 20cm, 10 x 8in. £500-700

331 ARR Michael Gutteridge, 20th century, “Manchester Skyline (Nighttime)”, signed, titled and dated 2001 on verso, acrylic on board, 48.5 x 38.5cm, 19 x 15in. £200-400

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334 334 Alfred Allan (1944-), Beach scenes with boats and figures, both signed, a pair, oil on canvas, 49.5 x 75cm.; 19.5 x 29.5in (2). £300-500

332 332 ARR Michael Gutteridge, 20th century, “Manchester Cityscape - Sunset”, signed and dated 2001, acrylic on board, 39 x 49cm, 15.25 x 19.25in. £200-400

335 335 Robert Nixon, 20th century, “Manchester Trams”, signed, oil on board, 44 x 59.5cm, 17.5 x 23.5in. £300-500

333 333 ARR Vernon de Beauvoir Ward (1905-1985), “Narcissi”, signed and dated ‘45, titled on label verso, oil on canvas, 36 x 48.5cm, 14.25 x 19.25in. £200-400

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336 336 ARR Jonathan Mitchell, 20th century, “Angus, Scotland”, signed, oil on board, 27 x 46.5cm, 10.75 x 18.25in. £100-200

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337 Reginald Granville Eves, R.A. (1876-1941), Portrait of a seated gentleman, signed and dated 1935, oil on canvas, 75 x 62cm, 29.5 x 24.5in. £300-500

338 George Hall Neale (British, 1863-1940), Portrait of Mrs J. Watson Hughes, signed, titled on label verso, oil on canvas, 100 x 75cm, 39.5 x 29.5in. £1,000-1,500

339 ARR Terry McGlynn (1903-1973), Floral still life, initialled, oil on board, 43 x 34cm, 17 x 13.25in. £100-200

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340 340 ARR William Turner F.R.S.A., R.Cam.A. (1920-2013), “Henley Boat Race”, signed, titled on artist’s label verso, oil on canvas, 40.5 x 50cm, 16 x 19.75in. £8,000-10,000

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342 ARR Anton Beaver, 20th century, “Sunrise over the Mersey”, titled on artist’s label verso, acrylic on board, 72.5 x 111.5cm, 28.5 x 44in. £100-200

341 Maritime School, 20th century, Coastal scene with boats in choppy waters, unsigned, oil on canvas, 100.5 x 151cm, 39.5 x 59.5in. £1,000-1,500

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343 343 ARR James Lawrence Isherwood F.R.S.A., F.I.A.L. (1917-1989), “Anstey’s Cove, Torquay”, signed and dated ‘63, titled on verso, oil on board, 27 x 35cm, 10.75 x 13.75in. £500-700

345 345 ARR Gudrun Sibbons (1925-), River scene with washerwomen and cattle, signed, oil on board, 39 x 49cm, 15.5 x 19.25in. £300-500

346 346 ARR Gudrun Sibbons (1925-), Fishermen on the river, signed, oil on board, 39 x 49.5cm, 15.25 x 19.5in. £300-500

344 344 ARR Tadeusz Was (1912-2005), Figure group, signed, mixed media, 41.5 x 31.5cm, 16.5 x 12.5in. £300-500 347 347 ARR James Lawrence Isherwood F.R.S.A., F.I.A.L. (1917-1989), “Willows”, signed, titled on label verso, oil on board, unframed, 25.5 x 35.5cm, 10 x 14in. £300-500

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348 348 ARR John McCombs (1943-), “The Conversation”, signed and dated ‘75, oil on board, 45.5 x 63.5cm, 17.75 x 25in. £600-800

350 350 ARR John McCombs (1943-), Portrait of a child, initialled and dated ‘74, oil on board, 29 x 24.5cm, 11.25 x 9.75in. £300-500

349 349 ARR John McCombs (1943-), “Bridges of Delph, Winter”, signed and dated ‘99, titled on verso, oil on board, 33 x 37.5cm, 13 x 14.75in. £400-600

351 351 ARR Phil George (1960-), “Strawberry Girl”, signed, oil on board, 30.5 x 22cm, 12 x 8.5in. £100-200

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352 352 ARR Frederick J. England (1939-), “Helpston Crossing House near Peterborough”, signed and dated ‘69, titled on verso, oil on board, unframed, 71 x 91cm, 28 x 35.75in. £100-200

354 354 ARR David Alderman, 20th/21st century, “Changing A Wheel, Friday Rush Hour, Oxford Road Station, Manchester”, signed, titled and dated Nov. 2012 on verso, acrylic on board, 28.5 x 29cm, 11.25 x 11.5in. £300-500

353 353 ARR Frederick J. England (1939-), “The Shift End”, signed and dated ‘06, titled on verso, acrylic on board, 48.5 x 75cm, 19 x 29.5in. £200-400

355 355 ARR Olivia Pilling (1985-), “John Dalton Street at night from Albert Square”, initialled, acrylic on board, 50 x 40cm, 19.75 x 15.75in. £300-500

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356 356 ARR Stephen Bewsher (1964-), “St. Peter’s Square, Manchester”, signed, dated 2016 on verso, oil on board, 39 x 49.5cm, 15.25 x 19.5in. £300-500

358 358 ARR David Barnes (1943-), “In the Pass”, signed and titled on verso, oil on board, 39.5 x 30cm, 15.5 x 11.75in. £300-500

359 357 357 ARR Ghislaine Howard (b.1953), “Scaffolder”, signed and dated 2007 on verso, oil on panel, 19.5 x 15cm, 7.75 x 6in. £150-200

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359 ARR David Barnes (1943-), “North Lleyn Coast”, signed and titled on verso, oil on board, 38.5 x 54cm, 15.25 x 21.25in. £300-500

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360 ARR Dianne E. Flynn (1939-), “The Hammock”, signed, with gallery label ‘MacConnal-Mason, London’ on verso, oil on canvas, 44.5 x 39.5cm, 17.5 x 15.5in. £800-1,200

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361 361 ARR Donald McIntyre R.I., R.Cam.A., S.M.A. (1923-2009), “West Coast, Iona”, signed, titled on artist’s label verso, acrylic on board, 52 x 77.5cm, 20.5 x 30.5in. £3,000-5,000 81


362 362 ARR Donald McIntyre R.I., R.Cam.A., S.M.A. (1923-2009), “Anstruther, No.1”, initialled, titled on artist’s label verso, acrylic on board, 29 x 39cm, 11.5 x 15.25in. £1,500-2,000

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363 ARR David Wilde (1918-1978), “The Match Girls stumble to Bryant & Mays Sulphur Works one snowy day”, signed and titled, acrylic on board, 50 x 60cm.; 19.75 x 23.75in. £300-500

364 ARR David Wilde (1918-1978), “Workers in Stretford hasten towards Trafford Park in the Snow”, signed and titled, acrylic on board, 50 x 60cm.; 19.75 x 23.75in. £300-500

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367 367 ARR Kenneth Lawson (British, 1920-2008), “Yellow Splash”, signed, titled on label verso, oil on board, 60 x 75cm, 23.5 x 29.5in.

365 365 ARR David Wilde (1918-1978), “Night Shift to Newton Heath Loco Works”, signed and titled, acrylic on board, 60 x 50cm, 23.75 x 19.75in. £300-500

* By the age of 22 Kenneth Lawson was exhibiting with the `London Group` at Burlington House. Successful exhibitions followed and he exhibited regularly at major galleries in London including The Redfern Gallery, Cork Street; The Leger Gallery, Bond Street; and The Leicester Gallery, Panton Street. During these early years in Dulwich, Kenneth`s mentor was the RA James Fitton, who remained advisor and friend until his death in 1982. In 1951 he was approached by Graham Sutherland to assist with the large painting `Origins` for the Festival of Britain. Kenneth was the only assistant that Sutherland ever used. The painting was created at The Tate Gallery, Millbank, and has remained there ever since. In 1952 and 1953 Kenneth worked on another project with Graham Sutherland: they worked together on the drawings of the world`s largest tapestry which was made in France and later installed at Coventry Cathedral. Kenneth also became absorbed in the world of theatre and TV and moved North to join the BBC in Manchester where he created the Design Department there. In the North West his work has been shown both in the Manchester and Salford Art Galleries and has included entries in the Laing Collection. Lawson`s work is in private collections in the UK, Europe and America. £300-500

366 366 ARR James Lawrence Isherwood F.R.S.A., F.I.A.L. (1917-1989), “Evening in Paris”, signed, titled on verso, oil on board, 39 x 48.5cm, 15.25 x 19.25in. £600-800

368 368 ARR Kenneth Lawson (British, 1920-2008), “Green Drift”, signed, titled on label verso, oil on board, 52 x 90cm, 20.5 x 35.5in. £300-500 83


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369 ARR Margaret Chapman (1940-2000), Factory scene, signed, oil on board, 28 x 23.5cm, 11 x 9.25in. £200-400

371 ARR Reg Gardner (1948-), Manchester street scene, signed, oil on canvas, 30 x 24.5cm, 11.75 x 9.5in. £200-400

372 372 ARR Peter Stanaway (1943-), “Blame It On Rock n’ Roll”, signed, titled and dated 2013 on verso, acrylic on board, 24 x 28.5cm, 9.5 x 11.25in. £200-400

370 370 ARR Gordon Radford (1936-2015), Floral still life with daffodils, signed, oil on canvas, 39 x 29cm, 15.5 x 11.5in. £200-400

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375 373 373 ARR James Lawrence Isherwood F.R.S.A., F.I.A.L. (1917-1989), “Water Carrier, Tangiers”, signed, titled on verso, oil on board, unframed, 40 x 51cm, 15.75 x 20in. £300-500

375 ARR Sheila Turner (1941-), “Liverpool Town Hall”, signed and dated ‘75, oil on canvas, 49.5 x 75.5cm, 19.5 x 29.75in. £200-400

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374 374 Russian School, 20th century, Still life with owl and bugle, signed in Cyrillic script and dated 1955 on verso, with original receipt from Liberty, London, oil on canvas, 87 x 65cm, 34.25 x 25.5in. £300-500

376 ARR Sheila Turner (1941-), “The Albert Dock, Liverpool”, signed, oil on board, 39.5 x 30cm, 15.5 x 11.75in. £100-200

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WaterCOlOurs, Pastels & inks (MOdern/COnteMPOrary) 377 ARR Geoffrey Key (1941-), “Blue Head”, signed and dated ‘84, titled on gallery label ‘Pitcairn Galleries, Knutsford” verso, mixed media, 54.5 x 38.5cm, 21.5 x 15.25in. £1,500-2,000

380 380 ARR Philip Rickman (1891-1982), Mallard alighting, signed, titled on gallery label verso, watercolour, 18.5 x 27.5cm, 7.25 x 10.75in. £100-150

378 378 ARR Trevor Grimshaw (1947-2001), “Rocky Landscape”, signed and dated ‘86, graphite, ink wash and collage, 27 x 25cm, 10.5 x 10in. £600-800

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379 379 ARR John Haydn Jones (1923-1997), “White Lion, Weston”, signed and titled, watercolour and pencil, 21.5 x 31.5cm, 8.5 x 12.5in. £100-200

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381 Ernest Procter A.R.A. (1886-1935), “Sleeping Quarters”, titled and dated circa. 1917 on numerous gallery labels - ‘Blond Fine Art Ltd, London’ and ‘Tib Lane Gallery, Manchester’ verso, pastel and conti crayon, 47 x 31cm, 18.5 x 12.25in. * Procter served as a member and official artist for the Friend’s Ambulance Unit in Dunkirk from 1916-17 executing numerous fine drawings chronicling his intense personal experiences working there. The Imperial War Museum holds a number of drawings and a sketchbook by the artist from this period. In 1918 he was appointed Official War Artist for the Ministry of Information. £300-500

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382 382 ARR Edward Albert Hickling (1913-1998), Hunting scene, signed, watercolour, 36.5 x 50.5cm, 14.25 x 19.75in. £100-200

384 ARR Eileen Soper (British, 1905-1990), Pigs, unsigned, crayon drawing, 7.5 x 14cm, 3 x 5.5in, together with Wildings - The Secret Garden of Eileen Soper by Duff Hart-Davis, 1991, one volume (2). * This drawing is illustrated on page 117 of Wild Encounters by Eileen Soper, 1957. £100-200

385 385 ARR Marc Grimshaw (1957-), Italian coastal town, signed, pastel, 42.5 x 60cm, 16.75 x 23.5in. £300-500

383 383 ARR Anthony Butler R.C.A. (1927-2010), “Disembarkation”, signed and dated ‘84, gouache, 60.5 x 42.5cm, 23.75 x 16.75in. £200-400 386 386 ARR Marc Grimshaw (1957-), Italian coastal town with castle, signed, pastel, 42.5 x 60cm, 16.75 x 23.5in. £300-500

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387 ARR John Thompson (1924-2011), Group series street scene with figures, signed and titled ‘G2824’, mixed media, 49 x 39cm, 19.25 x 15.25in. £1,000-1,500

389 ARR Geoffrey Key (1941-), “Horse and Rider”, signed and dated 18.11.78, titled on gallery label - ‘Pitcairn Galleries, Knutsford’ verso, mixed media, 51 x 36.5cm, 20.25 x 14.25in. £1,500-2,000

388 388 ARR Caroline Bailey (1953-), “Anemones and Chair”, signed, titled on verso, mixed media, 50 x 60.5cm, 19.75 x 23.75in. £300-500

390 390 ARR Trevor Grimshaw (1947-2001), “Ardwick”, signed, dated 2/2/72 and titled in pencil in the margin, graphite, 21.5 x 25.5cm, 8.5 x 10in. £600-800

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391 ARR Trevor Grimshaw (1947-2001), House and telegraph pole with industrial cityscape beyond, signed and dated ‘71, graphite, 26.5 x 25.5cm, 10.5 x 10in. £1,000-1,500

392 ARR James Longueville (1942-), “Northgate Street, Chester”, signed, titled on gallery label - ‘Sarah Samuels Fine Paintings’ verso, pastel, 32.5 x 26.5cm, 12.75 x 10.5in. £150-200

393 ARR Geoffrey Key (1941-), “Auguste Head with Bow Tie”, signed and dated 3.7.01, titled on verso, ink on handmade paper, 23 x 18cm, 9 x 7in. * This drawing is illustrated on page 50 of Infinite Jest by Geoffrey Key, 2015. £2,000-2,500

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394 ARR Geoffrey Key (1941-), “Clown Studies”, signed and dated 6.7.01, titled on verso, ink, 28.5 x 18.5cm, 11.25 x 7.25in. * This drawing is illustrated on page 46 of Infinite Jest by Geoffrey Key, 2015. £2,000-2,500

395 ARR Kenneth Lawson (British, 1920-2008), “Early Morning on the Road”, signed and dated 1936, titled on artist’s label verso, watercolour and bodycolour, 23 x 33cm, 9 x 13in. £100-200

396 Maurice Cockrill R.A., R.Cam.A. (19362013), Abstract studies, initialled and dated ‘06, ink on Japan paper, each 68 x 48cm, 27 x 19in (4). £400-600

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Prints & engravings (MOdern/COnteMPOrary)

397 397 ARR James McBey (1883-1959), “Cavalry moving on Damascus”, signed and inscribed ‘Final Proof III’ in ink in the margin, etching, plate size 22 x 38cm, 8.75 x 15in. £200-400

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398 398 ARR Raoul Dufy (1877-1953), “Les Drapeaux de Nice”, numbered P/25 in pencil in the margin, titled on gallery label - ‘The Redfern Gallery Ltd, London’ verso, lithograph, 26 x 31cm, 10.25 x 12.25in. £100-200

400 Henry Wilkinson R.E., A.R.C.A. (1921-2011), “On The Scent” and “Shooting Scene with Golden Labrador”, both signed and numbered 80/100 and 75/100 in pencil in the margins, coloured etchings, plate sizes 28 x 40cm, 11 x 15.75in and 25 x 36.5cm, 9.75 x 14.25in (2). £100-150

401 399 399 Maurice Utrillo (French, 1883-1955), “Montmartre”, signed in pencil in the margin, lithograph printed in colours, 35 x 26.5cm, 13.75 x 10.5in. £100-200 92

401 ARR After Harold Riley (1934-), “Glossop Street”, signed, dated ‘78 and numbered 29/200 in pencil in the margin, colour print, image size 21 x 25.5cm, 8.25 x 10in, sheet size 33 x 37.5cm, 13 x 14.75in, contained in a card presentation folder. £100-200 For condition reports please go to www.peterwilson.co.uk


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402 ARR After Mackenzie Thorpe (1956-), “Winter Moonlight”, signed and numbered 154/550 in pencil in the margin, with Washington Green blindstamp, certificate of authenticity attached to verso, limited edition print, image size 45.5 x 32.5cm, 18 x 12.75in. £100-200

404 ARR After Alexander Millar (b.1960), “Wheee!”, signed and numbered 179/295 in pencil in the margin, certificate of authenticity attached to verso, limited edition giclee print, image size 51 x 40.5cm, 20 x 16in. £100-200

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403 ARR After Mackenzie Thorpe (1956-), “Winter Romance”, signed and numbered 155/550 in pencil in the margin, with Washington Green blindstamp, certificate of authenticity attached to verso, limited edition print, image size 38 x 38cm, 15 x 15in. £100-200

405 ARR After Robert O. Lenkiewicz (1941-2002), “The Painter with Anna - Rear View - Project 18”, signed twice and numbered XXIV/XXV A/P in pencil in the margin, limited edition print, image size 76.5 x 59.5cm, 30 x 23.5in. £500-700

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406 ARR After Laurence Stephen Lowry R.A. (1887-1976), “The Reference Library”, signed in pencil in the margin, with Fine Art Trade Guild blindstamp, from an edition of 850, black and white reproduction print, image size 24 x 35cm.; 9.5 x 13.75in. £1,200-1,400

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407 Henry Wilkinson R.E., A.R.C.A. (1921-2011), “Golden Labrador and Ring-Necked Pheasant” and “Liver and White Spaniels”, both signed and numbered 123/200 and 28/150 in pencil in the margins, coloured etchings, plate sizes 24.5 x 33.5cm, 9.75 x 13.25in and 25 x 34.5cm, 9.75 x 13.5in (2). £100-150

409 Henry Wilkinson R.E., A.R.C.A. (1921-2011), “Black Labrador and Pintail” and “Black Labrador and Snipe”, both signed and numbered 82/150 and 31/200 in pencil in the margins, coloured etchings, plate sizes 25 x 34.5cm, 9.75 x 13.5in (2). £100-150

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408 Henry Wilkinson R.E., A.R.C.A. (1921-2011), “Flat Coated Retriever with Mallard” and “Golden Labrador and Grey Partridge”, both signed and numbered 8/150 and 30/150 in pencil in the margins, coloured etchings, plate sizes 25 x 34cm, 9.75 x 13.25in (2). £100-150

410 Henry Wilkinson R.E., A.R.C.A. (1921-2011), “Spaniel and Teal” and “Spaniel and Grey Partridge”, both signed and numbered 46/150 and 2/250 in pencil in the margins, coloured etchings, plate sizes 25 x 34.5cm, 9.75 x 13.5in and 25 x 30cm, 9.75 x 11.75in (2). £100-150

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411 411 Henry Wilkinson R.E., A.R.C.A. (1921-2011), “Woodcock” and “Black Labrador with Pheasant”, both signed and numbered 143/150 and 106/150 in pencil in the margins, coloured etchings, plate sizes 25 x 34.5cm, 9.75 x 13.5in (2). £100-150

414 414 ARR Edmund Blampied R.B.A., R.E. (British, 1886-1966), “Homewards, Evening”, signed in pencil in the margin, etching, plate size 11.5 x 16.5cm, 4.5 x 6.5in. £100-150

412 412 Henry Wilkinson R.E., A.R.C.A. (1921-2011), Shooting scenes with black labradors, both signed and numbered 83/150 and 37/200 in pencil in the margins, coloured etchings, plate sizes 16 x 20cm, 6.25 x 8in and 18 x 23cm, 7.25 x 9in (2). £100-150 415 415 ARR After Rolf Harris (Australian, 1930-), “Hamersley Red Rocks”, signed and numbered 72/195 in pencil in the margin, limited edition print on paper, with accompanying certificate of authenticity, image size 40.5 x 60.5cm, 16 x 23.75in. £200-400

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413 ARR Victor Vasarely (1908-1997), “Vega Cor”, signed and numbered 241/300 in pencil in the margin, silkscreen, image size 66 x 66cm, 26 x 26in. £300-500

416 Michael Rothenstein (1908-1993), “Red Flowers” and another colour variation of the same image, one signed and both numbered 57/75 and 14/29 in pencil in the margins, with blindstamps in the margins, woodcuts in colours, unframed, each sheet 58 x 52.5cm, 22.75 x 20.75in (2). £300-500 95


417 417 ARR After Laurence Stephen Lowry R.A. (British, 1887-1976), “His Family”, signed in pencil, with Fine Art Trade Guild blindstamp, from an edition of 500, colour reproduction print, image size 34 x 51.5cm.; 13.5 x 20.25in. “The idea for this painting was based on a family which the artist saw waiting at a bus stop. He was struck by the fact that they all looked highly intelligent. The figure in the centre is the father, who is disappointed in his children." (Exhibition catalogue, L.S Lowry R.A. Retrospective Exhibition, Arts Council, 1966, p. 16). This rather anecdotal catalogue entry for the 1966 Arts Council Retrospective Exhibition is a typically whimsical explanation by Lowry of what is in fact a most intriguing and unique painting. The artist himself, sketchbook in pocket, can be identified on the far right hand side. With his back to everyone he surreptitiously observes the family group over his right shoulder. Within the group there appear to be not one but two figures identifiable as Ann, the enigmatic character that Lowry frequently referred to in various guises but no one actually met. It is very rare to see both the artist and the mythical creation of the artist's god daughter in the same painting. £800-1,000

MOdern sCulPtures 418 Asiru Olatunde (1919-1992), “Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden”, hammered aluminium panel, hammered signature and ‘Osugbu’ for the Yoruba Art School, framed, 145 x 84cm, 57 x 33in. Provenance: Bought by Nicholas Rigos, General Manager of Nigerian textile mills in Ikeja, near Lagos, Nigeria between 1962 and 1976. The panel was bought, with several other art works, during this period from the Oshogbo (or Osogbu, Oshogbu) Art School in the town. £200-400

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Oil Paintings (18th/19th Century)

419 419 Robert Cleminson (1864-1903), Ponies and dogs in rural settings, both signed, a pair, oil on canvas, 48.5 x 74cm, 19.25 x 29.25in (2). £400-600

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422 James Wilson Carmichael (1800-1868), Moorland scene with figures on a road and shooting party in the foreground, signed and dated 1834, oil on panel, 41 x 59cm, 16.25 x 23.25in. £300-500

420 Herbert St. John Jones (1872-1939), “Bob” - portrait of a terrier, signed and dated 1901, oil on canvas, 44 x 39cm, 17.25 x 15.25in. £300-500

423 421 421 Clarence Henry Roe (British, 1850-1909), A red stag and hinds in a mountainous landscape, signed, oil on canvas, 49 x 75.5cm, 19.25 x 29.75in. £200-400

423 William Kay Blacklock (1872-1924), Pastoral scene with a figure milking a cow by a stream, signed and dated 1915, oil on board, 39.5 x 55cm, 15.5 x 21.5in. £1,000-1,500

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424 424 William Albert Clark (fl.1906-1937), “Moorland Chieftain” - portrait of a Shorthorn bull, signed and dated 1919, titled on gilt slip, oil on canvas, 49.5 x 60cm, 19.5 x 23.5in. £500-700

426 Stephen Frank Wasley (1848-1934), Harbour scene, signed, indistinctly titled on verso, oil on canvas, 75 x 126cm, 29.5 x 49.5in. £1,000-1,500

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427 E.J. Pegrum, 19th/20th century, “A Bath Street Scene” and “The Grand Pump Room, Bath”, both signed and titled, a pair, oil on canvas, unframed, 46 x 75cm.; 18 x 29.5in (2). £300-500

425 Oscar Miller (1867-1921), Dutch landscape with a windmill, signed, oil on board, 58 x 46cm, 22.75 x 18.25in. £100-200

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428 English School, early 19th century, Portrait of a seated gentleman, unsigned, oil on canvas, 73.5 x 61cm, 29 x 24in. £300-500 429 Richard Beavis R.W.S. (1824-1896), “Charge of the English Light Dragoons at Salamanca”, signed, titled on gilt slip, oil on canvas, 29 x 44.5cm, 11.5 x 17.5in. £500-700 430 Style of Thomas Faed (1826-1900), Pastoral scene with children and a dog in the foreground, a harvesting scene in the distance, bears signature, oil on canvas, 46.5 x 64.5cm, 18.25 x 25.5in. £300-500

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432 432 Dutch School, 19th century, River townscape with boats and figures, unsigned, oil on canvas, 76 x 112.5cm, 30 x 44.25in. £500-700 99


WaterCOlOurs, Pastels & inks (18th/19th Century)

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433 433 Frances E. Nesbitt (1862-1934), Harbour scene with fishing boats, signed, watercolour, 33 x 52cm, 13 x 20.5in. £100-200 434 George James Rankin (British, 1864-1937), “Scotch Grouse” and “Partridge”, both signed, a pair, watercolours, 28 x 45cm, 11 x 17.75in (2). £200-400

436 436 Henry John Sylvester Stannard R.B.A (1870-1951), “The Mill, Lower Slaughter”, signed, titled on mount, watercolour, 27.5 x 38cm, 10.75 x 15in. £200-400

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435 435 Arthur Suker (1857-1902), Highland loch scene with figure and croft, signed and dated 1877, watercolour, 33.5 x 51cm, 13.25 x 20.25in. £100-150

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437 Joseph Hughes Clayton (exh.1891-1929), Rural view with cottage, signed, watercolour, 35.5 x 51.5cm, 14 x 20.25in. £150-200

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438 Edward Hargitt (1835-1895), “Ben More Assynt, Innisnadamph, Sutherlandshire”, signed, titled and dated July 1873, watercolour, 33.5 x 51.5cm, 13.25 x 20.25in. £100-200

439 William Roger Benner (1884-1964), Series of paintings showing the range of artistic temperaments to include “Vulgarity and Depravity”, “Boldness and Vigour”, “Delicacy and Refinement”, “Detail and Precision”, “Breadth and Freedom” and “Humour and Good Nature”, each signed and titled, watercolours, 36 x 25.5cm, 14.25 x 10in (6). £300-500

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440 Ebenezer Albert Warmington (1830-1903), “Helvellyn from Silver Beach, Ullswater”, signed and dated ‘98, titled on artist’s label verso, watercolour, 37.5 x 74.5cm, 14.75 x 29.25in. £400-600

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BrOnzes & sCulPture

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441 Large cast bronze sculpture with four cowboys riding horses, reproduction of Remington original width 59cm (23”), height 70cm (27”). £800-900

442 A small bronze figure of David. 13cm height. £100-200

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444 A Bronze Figure of the Roman God Mars, reclined, holding sword. 10cm length. £100-200

445 A small bronze deer in the style of Franz Bergman. 10cm length. £100-200

443 A small bronze figure of the god Pan playing his pipes. 13cm height. £100-200

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446 A pair of 19th century bronze and ormolu wall sconces of male and female Bacchanalian figures holding candle branches aloft. 93 x 33cm. £400-500

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449 After Edgar Bertram bronze of ‘Jockey and Winning Horse 1872’ . On marble base. 49 x 48cm. £100-200

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447 19th century bronze of the 16th century French architect Pierre Lescot. 29 x 9cm. £100-200

Spelter lamp of two figures embracing . On marble stand with gilt corinthian lamp column. 50 x 26cm. £100-200

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A pair of 19th century French decorative bronzes . A boy representing the arts and antiquities and a girl in contemplation. With green marble bases. 20 x 21 and 20 x 15.5 respectively. £200-300

A miniature bronze after Frederic Remington, ‘Coming Through The Rye’. On wooden base 23 x 20cm. £100-200

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453 A pair of bronze figures on marble bases . Possibly Dumas’ Musketeers. Height 60cm. £200-300

454 A 19th century marble figure by Giuseppe Livi of a beggar boy holding out his cap. With marble base. Height of figure 70cm. £200-300

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455 455 Early 19th century mahogany stick barometer by John Davies & Son, with bevelled case, ivorine scale vernier and mercury thermometer, 37 x 3.2in. £200-300 104

456 A 20th carriage clock with brass case. Corinthian piers and foliate fretwork frame an enamel dial with Roman numerals. Single-train eight day movement. 14.5 x 8 x 6cm. £500-600

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457 457 A Victorian slate and bronze mantel clock with a pair of candelabra garnitures . The two bronze figures stand over a book, mounted on the slate base and framing the brass dial with Roman numeral chapter ring. Two-train movement, back plate stamped HP&Co. 68 x 51cm. £200-300 458 A Victorian slate and rouge marble mantel clock in an Egyptian style with two marble obelisks . Quadripartite top, embellished with bronze bosses of Egyptian deities, frames a brass dial with Roman numerals on rouge marble chapter ring. Two-train movement striking on a gong. Backplate stamped ‘HY. Marc, Paris, 57082’. 57 x 48cm. £200-300

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458 459 An Edwardian mahogany bracket clock. In a baroque style with stepped quadripartite pediment. With gilded finials, spandrels and fretwork on the front and sides of the case. The brass dial has a silvered chapter ring with Roman and Arabic numerals and three subsidiary dials for chime/silent, fast/slow rate and to chime on Westminster quarters or the eight-bell carillon. Triple fusee movement, striking on five gong or eight-bells. 67 x 39 x 26cm. £1,800-2,800 460 A brass frame Jaeger-Le-Coultre carriage clock . With suspended Roman numeral chapter ring framing the visible Swiss-made movement. With original presentation case. 14.2 x 9.5 x 5cm. £700-800

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461 461 A late 19th century brass and champlevé French mantel clock and garnitures . Champlevé decoration frames the Arabic numeral chapter ring with central champlevé boss motif and the painted porcelain panels in the style of Boucher also found on the pair of garnitures. With champlevé, mercury filled pendulum. Twin barrel movement striking on a gong. 31 x 18 x 11cm (clock), 21 x 14cm (garnitures) £2,500-3,000

462 A 19th century French rouge marble mantel clock by Raingo Freres. The rouge marble case is embellished with cast brass whimsies; cornucopia, banners and flaming torch. The enamel dial has both Roman and Arabic numerals and is signed ‘Raingo Freres, Paris’. Brocket escapement, eightday movement striking on single bell. 47 x 35cm. £800-1,200 463 A 19th century brass carriage clock . With fluted doric columns, brass fretwork and engraved foliate design framing an enamel chapter ring with Arabic numerals. Twotrain, eight day movement striking on a single gong, with repeater. 18.5 x 10 x 8.5cm. £300-400 464 A 19th century brass framed four glass mantel clock. The enamel dial has Arabic numerals, coloured swags of flowers and stamped with the retailer’s mark ‘Tiffany & Co.’. Brass and mercury pendulum. Eight-day, two-train movement striking on single gong. Movement by Japy-Freres, stamped on back plate. 25 x 15 x 12cm. £250-350

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465 A mid-19th century bronze by Pierre-Jules Mene . Depicting gun dogs wildfowling. 23 x 32cm. £600-800

466 Victorian Black Forest mantel clock. Depicting mountain goats in an evergreen forest landscape. Dial has blue enamel Roman numerals. Eightday movement striking on single bell, marked ‘medaille d’argent vincenti 1855’. 48 x 32cm. £200-300

467 Victorian Black Forest mantel clock. Depicting goat-herd with hunting dog and ibex on mountainside. Eightday movement striking on single bell, stamped Japy-Frere. 68 x 50cm. £200-300

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468 An 18th century mahogany longcase clock . With triangular pointed pediment, engaged pillasters and a long door on rectangular box base. The brass dial has chapter rings containing both Roman and Arabic numerals. With subsidiary seconds dial. Signed Bell, Uttoxeter. Eight day, two-train movement. 85 x 18.5 in. £300-500

469 A 19th century oak and mahogany longcase clock . With double swanneck pediment and carved columns framing both the dial and door. Both the short door and the box base have inlaid diamond marquetry motif. The dial is painted with pastoral scenes, with rolling moon, Roman and Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial. Signed Welshpool. Eight-day, twotrain movement. 227 x 58cm. £300-400

470 A mid 18th century mahogany longcase clock by Thomas Moyle of Nantwich . Caddy top, swan-necked pediment with ionic fluted columns frame a brass face with brass spandrels, silvered Roman and Arabic chapter ring, raised boss with maker’s name and two subsidiary dials for seconds and days of the month. Long door with fluted, engaged pilasters. Eight-day, two-train movement. £600-800

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471 A mid 19th century oak longcase clock by James Topham, Nantwich . With flattened caddy-top pediment and fluted columns framing the dial and door, on box base. Dial has painted floral spandrels, Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture. Eight-day, two-train movement. 202 x 57cm. £500-800

472 An 18th century mahogany longcase clock by William Musgrave of Leeds . With broken arched pediment and orb finial and long cross-banded door on box base with ogee arched feet. The brass dial has brass spandrels, engraved boss with makers name, chapter ring with Roman and Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial. Two-train, eight-day movement. 229 x 56cm. £600-800

473 An early 19th century mahogany longcase clock by William, Bucknell, Burslem. With double swan-neck pediment and brass rosettes. The case and door have fluted ionic columns, short case door, dogtooth cross-banding and inlaid shell motif. The painted dial has Arabic numerals, rolling moon, painted spandrels depicting figure in pastoral landscape. With subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture. Eight-day, two-train movement. 223 x 54cm. £300-400

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476 Late 19th century gesso framed over mantel mirror, the arched frame with moulded beadwork embellishments, glass possibly of a later date, width 130cm (51”), height 155cm (61”). £300-500

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474 Edwardian three panel gesso framed dressing screen, the Rococo style frame supporting picture panels of Chinese robed men in garden setting, glass panels above painted silk panels, width 50cm (20”), height 183cm (72”). £200-400

475 Victorian cast iron over-mantel mirror, the architectural frame with two shelves supporting three bevelled glass plates, width 150cm (59”), height 97cm (38”). £200-400

477 Small upholstered salon chair of French design, the show wood moulded frame with gilded carved decoration, back arms and sprung seat covered in maroon silk fabric, width 86cm (34”), depth 66cm (26”), height 81cm (32”). £200-400

478 Farm house table, three plank elm top supported on later oak base, steel strengthening brackets, later stained pine stretcher, width 259cm (102”), depth 86cm (34”), height 74cm (29”). £400-600

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479 19th century Anglo Indian hardwood occasional table, circular top with egg and dart bead, shallow frieze standing on single turned and carved column, platform base, diameter 60cm (24”), height 65cm (26”). £50-100 480 Anglo Indian hardwood planter, Campania shaped top, supported on three swept legs with moulded lotus leaf decoration (modern marble inset to top), diameter 43cm (17”), height 81cm (32”). £100-200 481 Victorian mahogany sideboard, the breakfront top with ebonised stringing above central drawer with blind drawer below, two further drawers, one containing cellarette, each with original brass knob handles, all raised on ring turned legs, width 168cm (66”), depth 67cm (26”), height 91cm (36”). £400-600

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482 Mid 20th century mahogany breakfront bookcase, top section with four astragal glazed doors covering adjustable shelves, base with central secretaire and four single panel cupboards, blind base, width 198cm (78”), depth 46cm (18”), height 215cm (85”). £400-600 483 Early 19th century mahogany sarcophagus shaped wine cooler, hinged lid, lead lined interior, sides with applied moulding, bracket feet, replacement modern castors, width 81cm (32”), depth 53cm (21”), height 57cm (22”). £500-700 483

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484 George III mahogany revolving bookcase, six graduated shelves supported on columns with blue paper linings all standing on four turned legs, height 134cm (53”), diameter 53cm (21”). £300-500

487 Early 19th century mahogany night commode, rectangular top with gallery above two doors with slide out drawer to base, width 53cm (21”), depth 49cm (19”), height 79cm (31”). £150-250

485 Victorian mahogany side table of Gothic design, back board above rectangular top frieze with single drawer, all standing on four octagonal tapering legs with acanthus leaf capitals united by fretwork brackets, platform shelf, turned bun feet, width 105cm (41”), depth 56cm (22”), height 94cm (37”). £200-400

488 Mid 19th century George III style night table, galleried top above shelf with single drawer, decorated with key pattern, blind fret, chamfered legs, width 54cm (21”), depth 40cm (16”), height 79cm (31”). £150-250

486 Late 19th century George II design upholstered stool, the rectangular top with wool work cross stitch covers supported on four cabriole legs, with shell moulding to shoulders, terminating with ball and claw feet, width 63cm (25”), depth 46cm (18”), height 43cm (17”). £200-400

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489 Late 19th century mahogany buffet, rectangular top shelf with two frieze drawers, supported on fluted columns, base with two single panel doors, bun feet, width 140cm (55”), depth 52cm (21”), height 122cm (48”). £200-400

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490 George III mahogany snap-top table, one piece dish top supported on single column with writhen knop triform base, diameter 61cm (24”), height 71cm (28”). £150-250

491 Edwardian mahogany bookcase, top with frieze decorated with white woods, three adjustable shelves above blind base, width 164cm (64”), depth 30cm (12”), height 137cm (54”). £200-400

492 George III mahogany chest of two short and three long graduated drawers, fitted original brass bail handles, rectangular top with ogee mould, all standing on bracket feet, width 96cm (38”), depth 51cm (20”), height 89cm (35”). £200-400

493 Edwardian mahogany wash stand, labelled Willan & Co. Liverpool, pediment with gallery above single cupboard and two short drawers, white marble top with matching splash back, base with one long drawer and two cupboard doors, width 61cm (24”), depth 53cm (21”), height 178cm (70”). £200-400

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494 494 Edwardian mahogany sideboard, two pedestals supporting bow front, drop centre with back board incorporating three drawers, each pedestal with single deep drawer with false two drawer fronts, single cupboard below, decorative quartered veneers, each covering fixed shelf, all standing on reeded block foreleg supports, width 200cm (79”), depth 53cm (21”), height 106cm (42”). £300-500

496 495 Early 19th century mahogany extending dining table, two D-ends each with four legs extending to support four leaves, top with three reed edge, 4” frieze, gun barrel turned supports with articulated brass castors, width 387cm (152”) (fully extended), depth 137cm (54”), height 74cm (29”). £2,000-3,000

496 Upholstered sofa with carved and moulded mahogany frame, paper label for Marsh, Jones & Cribb, stuff over back and scroll arms, sprung seat with two loose cushions, three front legs, carved and moulded with acanthus leaves, width 172cm (68”), depth 91cm (36”), height 96cm (38”). £600-800

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497 George III mahogany two door bow-fronted corner cupboard, moulded cornice, doors opening to reveal painted interior, width 77cm (30”), height 109cm (43”). £100-200 498 George III mahogany commode night table, galleried top above single false drawer, single cupboard and draw out commode, all standing on reeded legs, width 48cm (19”), depth 51cm (20”), height 81cm (32”). £200-400 499 Edwardian mahogany envelope games table, opening to reveal baize lined interior with copper lined sovereign scoops, blind fretwork to frieze with single drawer, fitted brass handles, scroll shaped legs united by “X” shaped stretcher, all standing on original brass castors, width 53cm (21”), depth 53cm (21”), height 74cm (29”). £200-400

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500 Edwardian mahogany child’s open arm chair, decorated all over with cross banding and stringing, wool work upholstered seat, turned foreleg supports, width 38cm (15”), depth 33cm (13”), height 56cm (22”). £100-200 501 George III mahogany drop-leaf dining table, oval top supported on four fixed and two swinging legs, each of cabriole form with hoof foot, width 155cm (61”), depth 137cm (54”), height 74cm (29”). £300-500 502 George III mahogany dressing table mirror, rectangular tilt top with gesso slip supported on sticks, box base with ogee front incorporating three drawers all standing on bracket feet, width 43cm (17”), depth 20cm (8”), height 63cm (25”). £100-200

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503 George III mahogany three tier dumb waiter, three graduated dish shelves supported on central column, triform base with carved acanthus leaves to shoulders, feet of egg and claw form covering brass and leather articulated castors, diameter 56cm (22”), height 104cm (41”). £500-700 504 George III mahogany corner cupboard, swan neck pediment framing fretwork panel, single door with cock bead flanked by fluted columns, interior with three fixed shelves, width 81cm (32”), height 129cm (51”). £150-250

505 505 Early 19th century mahogany Pembroke table, top with two flaps, three reed edge, single frieze drawer, all standing on four reeded legs with brass castors, width 79cm (31”), depth 110cm (43”), height 71cm (28”). £100-200 506 Victorian mahogany dressing table, the arched framed mirror supported on two carved and moulded brackets with two small bowed drawers under each inverted frieze with single drawer, all standing on four turned foreleg supports with carved acanthus leaf balusters, platform base, width 137cm (54”) depth 62cm (24”), height 200cm (79”). £200-400 507 Late 19th century Georgian style window seat, upholstered back and seat with mahogany cabriole foreleg supports, shoulders decorated with leaves, animal paw feet, width 103cm (41”), depth 65cm (26”), height 88cm (35”). £400-600

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508 George III mahogany cellaret, hinged lid with moulded edge opening to reveal six division bottle holder, replacement hinges and brass lock plate, original brass bail handles, bracket feet, width 40cm (15.5”), depth 28cm (11”), height 38cm (15”). £100-200 509 Edwardian mahogany writing desk, gallery back, leather inset, central bow drawer above shelf, flanked by six short drawers with brass plate handles, all standing on square tapering legs with brass castors, width 137cm (54”), depth 66cm (26”), height 74cm (29”). £300-500

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510 Late 19th century French gesso framed bedroom sofa, the frame decorated with sprigs of flowers and scrolls, upholstered back and seat of kidney form, four scroll legs, width 112cm (44”), depth 68cm (27”), height 81cm (32”). £200-400 511 A set of six late 19th century Hepplewhite style mahogany framed dining chairs, each with shield shape back, pierced splat, upholstered drop-in seat, moulded foreleg supports united by “H” stretcher. £400-600

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512 Six late 19th century Chippendale design mahogany dining chairs, comprising of one carver and five singles, each with pierced strap work splat, drop-in upholstered seat, square foreleg supports “H” stretchers. £300-500 512

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513 Victorian mahogany three piece upholstered suite, probably originally made to fit an alcove, comprising window seat and two chairs, each with turned legs and pot castors. £300-500 514 514 Victorian mahogany side table, rectangular top above 4 1/2 “ frieze incorporating two drawers, all supported on two turned columns with scroll feet, width 137cm (54”), depth 61cm (24”), height 74cm (29”). £400-600

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515 Victorian mahogany Pembroke table, oval top with rosewood cross banding and white wood string, single frieze drawer with brass ring pull handles, square section tapering legs terminating with cup casters with leather rollers, width 93cm (37”), depth 71cm (28”), height 71cm (28”). £60-100

516 George III mahogany chest of four long graduated drawers, rectangular top with ogee mould, drawers with brass bail handles, matching escutcheons, cock beading, steel locks all standing on bracket feet with fretted decoration, width 82cm (32”), depth 48cm (19”), height 79cm (31”). £500-700

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517 Mid 19th century mahogany work table, rectangular top with two drop leaves, frieze with two true and two false drawers, each with cock beading and turned handles, all standing on square section tapering column, platform base with animal paw feet, brass castors, width 83cm (32”), depth 61cm (24”), height 74cm (29”). £400-600 518 Victorian mahogany occasional table, rectangular top with rounded corners, 2” frieze, all supported on single square section tapering column, platform base with four out swept feet terminating in animal paw brass castors, width 79cm (31”), depth 61cm (24”), height 73cm (29”). £300-500

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519 George III mahogany bow front corner cupboard, 4” cornice above two doors, each with satinwood stringing, bone diamond shaped escutcheons, white painted interior, width 79cm (31”), height 113cm (45”). £200-400 520 Set of six William IV mahogany framed single dining chairs with scrolling cresting rail, drop-in seats, sabre front leg supports. £80-120

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521 20th century French gesso framed sofa of small proportions, arch shaped back, open arms upholstered back pad arms, sprung seat, turned front leg supports, width 81cm (32”), depth 50cm (20”), height 89cm (25”). £200-400

522 George III mahogany press cupboard, moulded corice above two single panel doors, each supporting oval veneers, interior with four sliding shelves, base with three long drawers, brass oval plate handles all standing on bracket feet, width 127cm (50”), depth 55cm (22”), height 193cm (76”). £300-500

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523 17th century oak six plank chest, top and front panel with chip carving, wire hinges, external steel lock with strap latch missing, width 104cm (41”), depth 37cm (15”), height 55cm (22”). £200-400

524 George III oak settle, four panel back with raised and fielded arched panels, open arms, three turned front legs united by stretchers, width 188cm (74”), depth 55cm (22”), height 99cm (39”). £200-400

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525 18th century oak dresser base, with later rack. Rack with scalloped corners above three fixed shelves, base with two plank top, moulded edge, three frieze drawers, fitted replacement brass handles and escutcheons, two cupboards with “H” stretchers, eight steel hinges, raised and fielded arched panels, width 168cm (66”), depth 48cm (19”), height 198cm (78”). £300-500 526 Mid 19th century oak settle, back with five panels cross banded in mahogany, open arms, seat with swab cushion, standing on two foreleg supports of cabriole form, width 188ccm (74”), depth 74cm (29”), height 107cm (42”). £200-400 527 Victorian oak writing desk, green leather inset to writing surface, central drawer flanked by two pedestals with serpentine front, each containing four graduated drawers, the reverse side of each pedestal with a cupboard, width 130cm (51”), depth 71cm (28”), height 76cm (30”). £300-500

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528 17th century oak Lancashire back stool, arched top rail with carved stylised motif above single panel, solid seat, barley sugar twist front rail. £100-200 526

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532 531 529 17th century oak three panel coffer, two plank lid with original wire hinges, front with three panels decorated with split turnings and geometric mouldings, width 137cm (54”), depth 53cm (21”), height 74cm (29”). £100-200

533 Late 18th century oak Delft rack, blind fretwork to cornice with moulded edge, three central shelves flanked by five smaller shelves to each side, width 145cm (57”), height 109cm (43”). £300-500

530 Victorian oak open arm chair, moulded frame with upholstered back, feet and arms covered in hide, cabriole foreleg supports. £100-200 531 George III oak chest of two short and three long graduated drawers, rectangular top above frieze with blind fretwork, drawers with cast brass bail handles, all enclosed by quartered fluted columns, shaped apron, bracket feet, width 117cm (46”), depth 56cm (22”), height 96cm (38”). £150-250 532 Late 19th century oak knee hole desk, fitted central drawer flanked by two pedestals containing four graduated drawers with brass handles, width 137cm (54”), depth 86cm (34”), height 76cm (30”). £400-600

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534 534 Late 19th century continental kitchen table, four plank top with cleated ends, base with two frieze drawers to one side with turned handles, all standing on four square section tapering legs, width 190cm (75”), depth 91cm (36”), height 77cm (30”). £600-800

536 535 George III oak bureau bookcase, top section with moulded dentil cornice above two raised and fielded panelled doors, cross banded in mahogany with central petera, interior green painted with three adjustable shelves, base with flap opening to reveal fitted interior with central door and six small drawers, four long cross banded drawers with replacement brass handles, enclosed by chamfered corners, all standing on bracket feet, width 107cm (42”), depth 56cm (22”), height 221cm (87”). £400-600 536 George III oak bow front corner cupboard, fitted to cross banded mahogany doors with “H” shaped brass hinges, fluted columns, interior with three shaped shelves, three spice drawers, width 70cm (27”), height 101cm (40”). £200-400 537 George III oak side table, rectangular top with frieze drawer, mahogany cross banding, brass handles all standing on turned legs with pad feet, 91cm (36”), depth 52cm (20”), height 71cm (28”). £100-200 538 Late 18th century oak side table, rectangular two plank top with inverted corners, shaped frieze supporting one long and two short drawers, all standing on four cabriole legs with pad feet, width 81cm (32”), depth 48cm (19”), height 69cm (27”). £200-400

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539 18th century oak side table, two plank top with moulded edge, single frieze drawer with brass plate handles, all standing on four square section legs united by stretchers, width 104cm (41”), depth 62cm (24”), height 71cm (28”). £150-250

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540 Late 18th century oak floor standing corner cupboard, top section with two double panelled raised and fielded doors, base with two matching single panel doors, all with brass “H” hinges, original green paint interior, blind base, width 84cm (33”), height 103cm (80”). £300-500 541 18th century oak box settle, three panel back, open arms, seat with original steel butterfly hinges, two panel front to box base, width 97cm (38”), depth 61cm (24”), height 119cm (47”). £300-500

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542 18th century oak refectory table, rectangular top with four cleated planks, supported on four turned legs, united by “H” stretchers, length 208cm (82”), width 76cm (30”), height 74cm (29”). £500-700 542

543 544 543 Set of six country Chippendale oak single chairs, each with vase shape splat back, solid seat, square section legs united by rectangular section stretchers. £150-250 544 George III oak chest of two short and three long graduated drawers, rectangular top with ogee mould, drawers with cock beading, brass pierced plate handles, steel locks, bracket feet, width 103cm (41”), depth 54cm (21”), height 94cm (37”). £200-400 545 Early 19th century French carved oak armoire, heavily carved all over with swags of flowers, fitted two doors with shaped panels, brass hinges and lock plates, width 168cm (66”), depth 63cm (25”), height 120cm (90”). £400-600 124

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546 Late 19th century French rosewood veneered centre table, top with quarted veneers, cross banding and floral marquetry inlays, two drop leaves, frieze drawer, French leg with ormolu mounts to shoulders and feet, width 114cm (45”), depth 59cm (23”), height 74cm (29”). £200-400 547 Victorian rosewood stool, rectangular upholstered seat with later wool work cross stitch cover, frame with French legs, width 63cm (25”), depth 41cm (16”), height 46cm (18”). £100-200

548 Late 19th century French rosewood veneered ladies bureau, galleried top with flap opening to reveal fitted interior with three drawers and well, all standing on scrolling lets with brass mounts to shoulders, inlaid all over with floral marquetry, width 71cm (28”), depth 48cm (19”), height 94cm (37”). £200-300

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550 Edwardian satinwood veneered fold over card table, the demi-lune top cross banded and decorated with ebonised stringing, 8cm frieze with sliding rear leg and drawer, square tapering supports with spade terminals and original brass articulated castors, width 92cm (36”), depth 45cm (18”), height 74cm (29”). £200-400

549 Edwardian rosewood fold-over card table inlaid with white wood marquetry and stringing, rectangular top supported on square section supports with folding supper shelves, width 61cm (24”), depth 38cm (15”), height 73cm (29”). £100-200

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551 551 A pair of continental Biedermeier style side cabinets of art deco design, one with three glazed doors covering two shelves above four short drawers, the other cabinet with three glazed doors, above secretaire a abattant flap opening to reveal fitted interior with stationery compartments marble shelf with glass writing accessory trays, beneath four drawers with full fronts, each cabinet veneered in satinwood with exotic hardwood inlaid columns incorporating white metal decorative discs, blind base with applied ribbed decoration, width 125cm (49”), depth 41cm (16”), height 171cm (67”). £1,500-2,000

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552 Early 19th century satinwood veneered demi lune foldover card table, cross banded in tulip wood and rosewood, green baize lined interior, all standing on four square tapering legs with original brass castors, width 94cm (37”), depth 43cm (17”), height 74cm (29”). £250-450 553 Victorian walnut veneered fold-over games table, interior inlaid with a chess board, back gammon and cribbage, single drawer to frieze with paper lined partitioned interior, silk wool work bag supported on turned trestle base, width 51cm (20”), depth 38cm (15”), height 71cm (28”) £200-400

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554 Early 20th century walnut framed footstool, upholstered seat with wool work floral cover, cabriole legs with shell motif to shoulder, ball and claw feet, width 50cm (20”), depth 40cm (16”), height 46cm (18”). £100-200 555 Victorian walnut occasional table, the circular top with matched quartered pollard oak veneers, single turned baluster column support with three scroll feet, diameter 81cm (32”), height 68cm (27”). £150-250

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556 Late 18th century walnut veneered chest of two short and three long graduated drawers, top with cross banding drawers all with original steel locks, replacement handles all standing on bracket feet, width 94cm (37”), depth 53cm (21”), height 96cm (38”). £300-500 557 Victorian walnut veneered fold-over card table, rectangular top with satinwood stringing, baize lined interior, all standing on trestle base with turned and moulded decoration, white pot castors, width 91cm (36”), depth 45cm (18”), height 74cm (29”). £100-200

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558 A pair of 19th century continental walnut framed open arm chairs, each with upholstered back and sprung seat, scrolling arms carved with acanthus leaves, matching legs united by “H” stretchers. £600-800 559 French walnut 4’ 6” bed ends, decorated with cast brass floral mounts. £300-500 559 127


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560 French walnut linen cupboard circa 1900, pediment decorated with cast brass garlands and finials, two bevelled mirrored glass doors covering four adjustable shelves, plinth with single door and standing on turned feet, width 125cm (49”), depth 45cm (18”), height 239cm (94”). £400-600 560 561 Late 18th century walnut side table, rectangular top with cross banding and herringbone string above three frieze drawers with brass bail handles, all standing on four cabriole leg supports, width 80cm (32”), depth 45cm (18”), height 73cm (29”). £500-700

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562 Early 20th century walnut extending dining table, top with cross banding incorporating two leaves, wind-out mechanism, frieze with brass bead, scroll legs with brass mounts to shoulders and feet, width 190cm (114”) (fully extended), depth 102cm (40”), height 74cm (29”). £300-500

563 Victorian walnut breakfront bookcase or display cabinet, top with frieze inlaid with white wood parquetry, above three glazed doors covering fixed shelves with later green fabric lining, bracket feet, brass decorative mounts, width 167cm (66”), depth 35cm (14”), height 104cm (41”). £400-600 563

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565 George III walnut side table, rectangular top with ogee mould, two short and one long frieze drawer to base, drawers with steel locks, brass handles, shaped apron, fretted brackets, chamfered square section legs, width 86cm (34”), depth 48cm (19”), height 76cm (30”). £200-400

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564 Late 19th century Queen Anne design walnut chest on stand, top section with two short and three long graduated drawers, base with three drawers, shaped frieze, all standing on cabriole feet, drawers with cross banding, cock beading and brass handles, width 102cm (40”), depth 53cm (21”), height 68cm (66”). £400-600

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566 19th century continental ‘tate a tate’ and matching corner chair, the walnut frame heavily carved with acanthus leaves, animal masks and children’s heads, each with pierced splat, upholstered seats and standing on turned legs. £300-500 567 George III red walnut snap-top table, single piece circular top mounted on baluster column, with three out swept legs, diameter 76cm (30”), height 71cm (28”). £200-400

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568 Circa 1900 a large wool and cotton machine made carpet, cream ground with multi banded floral oval, main border with stylised alternate bay and Cyprus trees, approximate measures 460 x 340cm (182 x 136”). £100-200

569 Late 19th century Persian rug with garden pattern, repeating birds, flowers to central field with polychrome decoration, multi-banded border with stags, rabbits, cattle and birds, 152 x 198cm (99 x 78”). £300-500

570 A matched group of eight yew and elm late 19th century low-back Windsor chairs, each with pierced splat of near identical design, saddle seats, turned legs united by crinoline stretcher. £2,000-3,000

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571 Five 19th century yew and elm Windsor chairs in the style of Prior, each with three splats decorated with bulls eye turning, all standing on turned legs crinoline stretchers, comprising three open arm carvers and two single chairs. £700-1,000 572 Late 19th century yew wood and elm low back Windsor chair, pierced central splat, saddle seat, turned legs united by crinoline stretcher. £200-400 573 A matched set of eight mid 19th century yew and elm dining chairs, comprising six singles and two carvers, each with pierced splat, saddle seat, turned legs with “H” stretchers. £500-700

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574 Early 20th century continental handmade cotton and wool carpet, rouge pink field with repeating tree and floral garden pattern, main border with repeating flower head, 466 x 360cm (183 x 141”). £800-1,000

575 20th century Persian design carpet, ivory field with polychrome stylised floral design against a madder red border, 360 x 274cm (141 x 107”). £200-400

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indeX OF artists A Alderman, D. Allan, A.

326, 354 334

B Bailey, C. Barnes, D. Beaver, A. Beavis, R. Benner, W.R. Bewsher, S. Blacklock, W.K. Blampied, E. Burns, W.H. Butler, A.

388 358, 359 342 429 439 356 423 414 308, 309 383

C Carmichael, J.W. Chapman, M. Clark, W.A. Clayton, J.H. Cleminson, R. Cockrill, M. Cosslett, P.

422 369 424 437 419 396 311

D Downie, J. 313-316 Dufy, R. 398 Dutch School, 19th century 432 E England, F.J. 322, 323, 352, 353 English School, 19th century 428 Eves, R.G. 337 F Faed, T. (style of ) Flynn, D. Forbes-Dalrymple, A.E. G Gardner, R. George, P. Grimshaw, M. Grimshaw, T. Gutteridge, M.

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430 360 324

299, 301, 321, 371 351 385, 386 378, 390, 391 331, 332

H Hagan, R. Hampson, R. Hargitt, E. Harris, R. (after) Hickling, E.A. Howard, G.

310 312, 325 438 415 382 357

I Isherwood, J.L. 303, 343, 347, 366, 373 J Jones, H. St. J. Jones, J.H.

420 379

K Key, G. 317-320, 377, 389, 393, 394 L Lawson, K. 367, 368, 395 Lenkiewicz, R.O. (after) 405 Longueville, J. 392 Lowry, L.S. (after) 406, 417 M Maritime School McBey, J. McCombs, J. McGlynn, T. McIntyre, D. McKinlay, D. Meegan, W.L. Millar, A. (after) Miller, O. Mitchell, J. N Neale, G.H. Nesbitt, F.E. Newcomb, T. Nixon, R.

341 397 348-350 339 302, 361, 362 306 431 404 425 336

338 433 329, 330 335

O Olatunde, A.

418

P Pegrum, E.J. Pilling, O. Procter, E.

427 355 381

R Radford, G. Rankin, G.J. Richmond, L. Rickman, P. Riley, H. (after) Roe, C. Rothenstein, M. Russian School

370 434 300 380 401 421 416 374

S Sibbons, G. Soper, E. Stanaway, P. Stannard, H.J.S. Suker, A.

345, 346 384 372 436 435

T Thompson, G. Thompson, J. Thorpe, M. (after) Turner, S. Turner, W.

327, 328 387 402, 403 375, 376 307, 340

U Utrillo, M. V Vasarely, V. Vicari, A. W Ward, V. de B. Warmington, E.A. Was, T. Wasley, S.F. Wilde, D. Wilkinson, H.

399

413 304, 305

333 440 344 426 363-365 400, 407-412


GLOSSARY OF TERMS F O R P I C T U R E S , D R A W I N G S , P R I N T S , M I N I AT U R E S E T C . The first name of names and surname of the artist - in our opinion a work by the artist. ‘Attributed to...’ - in our opinion probably a work by the artist in whole or in part. ‘Circle of...’ - in our opinion a work of the period of the artist and showing his/her influence. ‘Style of...’ / ‘Follower of...’ - in our opinion a work executed in the artist’s style, of a similar period, but not necessarily a pupil. ‘Manner of...’ - in our opinion a work in the artist’s style, but of a later date. ‘School...’ - Accompanied by place name or country, and date - in our opinion a work executed at that location and period. ‘After...’ - in our opinion a copy (of any date) of a work by the artist. ‘Signed and/or dated and/or inscribed’ - in our opinion the signature and/or date and/or inscription are by the artist’s hand. ‘Bears signature and/or date and/or inscription’ - in our opinion the signature and/or date and/or inscription are by another hand. Dimensions are given height before width.

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COnditiOns OF sale Peter Wilson Fine Art Auctioneers LLP carries on business with bidders, buyers and all those present in the auction room prior to or in connection with a sale on the following Conditions of Sale and on such other terms, conditions and notices as may be referred to herein. 1. DEFINITIONS In these Conditions: (a) “Auctioneer” means the firm of Peter Wilson Fine Art Auctioneers LLP or its authorised Auctioneer, as appropriate; (b) “Deliberate Forgery” means an imitation made with the intention of deceiving as to authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source but which is unequivocally described in the catalogue as being the work of a particular creator and which at the date of the sale had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been in accordance with the description; (c) “Hammer Price” means the level of bidding reached (at or above any reserve) when the Auctioneer brings down the hammer; (d) “Terms of Consignment” means the stipulated terms and rates of commission on which Peter Wilson Fine Art Auctioneers LLP accepts instructions from sellers or their agents; (e) “Total Amount Due” means the Hammer Price in respect of the lot sold together with any premium, Value Added Tax chargeable and any additional charges payable by a defaulting buyer under these Conditions;

6. PAyMENT (1) Immediately a Lot is sold you will: (a) Give to us, if requested, proof of identity, and (b) Pay to us the Total Amount Due in cash or in such other say as is agreed by us. (2) Any payments by you to us may be applied by us towards any sums owing from you to us on any account whatever without regard to any directions of you or your agent, whether express or implied. 7. TITLE AND COLLECTION OF PURCHASES (1) The ownership of any Lots purchased shall not pass to you until you have made payment in full to us of the Total Amount Due.

(f ) “Sale Proceeds” means the net amount due to the seller, being the Hammer Price of the lot sold less commission at the stated rate, Value Added Tax chargeable and any other amounts due to us by the seller in whatever capacity and however arising;

(2) You shall at your own risk and expense take away any lots that you have purchased and paid for no later than 3 working days following the day of the auction or upon the clearance of any cheque used for payment, after which you shall be responsible for any removal, storage and insurance charges.

(g) “You” or “Your”, etc. refer to the buyer as identified in Condition 2.

(3) No purchase can be claimed or removed until it has been paid for.

(h) The singular includes the plural and vice versa as appropriate and words importing any Gender include either gender. 2. BIDDING PROCEEDURES AND THE BUyER (a) Bidders are required to register their particulars before bidding and to satisfy any security arrangements before entering the auction room to view or bid; (b) The maker of the highest bid accepted by the Auctioneer conducting the sale shall be the buyer at the Hammer Price “the buyer” and any dispute about a bid shall be settled at the Auctioneer’s absolute discretion by reoffering the Lot during the course of the auction or otherwise. The Auctioneer shall act reasonably in exercising this discretion. (c) Bidders shall be deemed to act as principals. (d) Once made, no bid may be withdrawn. (e) Our right to bid on behalf of the seller is expressly reserved up to the amount of any reserve and the right to refuse any bid is also reserved. 3. INCREMENTS Bidding increments shall be at the Auctioneer’s sole discretion. 4. THE PURCHASE PRICE The buyer shall pay the Hammer Price together with a premium thereon of 26.4% which shall include VAT on the premium at the rate imposed by law.

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5. VALUE ADDED TAx Value Added Tax on the Hammer Price is imposed by law on all items affixed with an asterisk or double asterisk. Value Added Tax is charged at the appropriate rate prevailing by law at the date of sale and is payable by buyers of relevant Lots. (Please refer to “Information for Buyers” for a brief explanation of the VAT position).

8. REMEDIES FOR NON-PAyMENT OR FAILURE TO COLLECT PURCHASES (1) If any Lot is not paid for in full and taken away in accordance with these Conditions or if there is any other breach of these Conditions, we, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf, shall at our absolute discretion and without prejudice to any other rights we may have, be entitled to exercise one or more of the following rights and remedies: (a) To proceed against you for damages for breach of contract; (b) To rescind the sale of that Lot and/or any other Lots sold by us to you; (c) To resell the Lot (by auction or private treaty) in which case you shall be responsible for any resulting deficiency in the Total Amount Due (after crediting any part payment and adding any resale costs). Any surplus so arising shall belong to the seller; (d) To remove, store and insure the Lot at your expense and, in the case of storage, either at our premises or elsewhere; (e) To charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.5% per month on the Total Amount Due to the extent it remains unpaid for more than 3 working days after the sale; (f ) To retain that or any other Lot sold to you until you pay the Total Amount Due;


(g) To reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions or to impose conditions before any such bids shall be accepted; (h) To apply any proceeds of sale of other Lots due or in future becoming due to you towards the settlement of the Total Amount Due and to exercise a lien (that is a right to retain possession of ) any of your property in our possession for any purpose until the debt due is satisfied. (2) We shall, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf pursue these rights and remedies only so far as is reasonable to make appropriate recovery in respect of breach of these Conditions. 9. THIRD PARTy LIABILITy All members of the public on our premises are there at their own risk and must note the layout of the accommodation and security arrangements. Accordingly neither the Auctioneer nor its employees or agents shall incur liability for death or personal injury (except as required by law by reason of our negligence) or similarly for the safety of the property of persons visiting prior to or at a sale. 10. COMMISSION BIDS Whilst prospective buyers are strongly advised to attend the auction and are always responsible for any decision to bid for a particular Lot and shall be assumed to have carefully inspected and satisfied themselves as to its condition we will if so instructed clearly and in writing execute bids on their behalf. Neither the Auctioneer nor its employees or agents shall be responsible for any failure to do so save where such failure is unreasonable. Where two or more commission bids at the same level are recorded we reserve the right in our absolute discretion to prefer the first bid so made. The Auctioneer may at its own discretion on your behalf exceed your commission by one bid. An instruction to buy with no upper limit will not be accepted. 11. WARRANTy OF TITLE AND AVAILABILITy The seller warrants to the Auctioneer and you that the seller is the true owner of the property consigned or is properly authorised by the true owner to consign it for sale and is able to transfer good and marketable title to the property free from any third party claims. 12. AGENCy The Auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by seller or buyers. 13. TERMS OF SALE The seller acknowledges that Lots are sold subject to the stipulations of these Conditions in their entirety and on the Terms of Consignment as notified to the consignor at the time of the entry of the Lot.. 14. DESCRIPTIONS AND CONDITION (1) Whilst we seek to describe lots accurately, it may be impractical for us to carry out exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Prospective buyers are given ample opportunities to view and inspect before any sale and they (and any independent experts on their behalf ) must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any description applied to a lot. Prospective buyers also bid on the understanding that, inevitably, representations or statements by us as to authorship, genuineness, origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated selling price involve matters

of opinion. We undertake that any such opinion shall be honestly and reasonably held and accept liability for opinions given negligently or fraudulently. Subject to the foregoing neither the Auctioneer nor its employees or agents nor the seller accept liability for the correctness of such opinions and all conditions and warranties, whether relating to description, condition or quality of lots, express, implied or statutory, are hereby excluded. This Condition is subject to the next following Condition concerning deliberate forgeries and applies save as provided for in paragraph 6 information to buyers”. Please note: Condition of items or other faults is not stated within the catalogue and items are sold strictly as seen. If you are interested in an item and no condition report is present please email auctions@peterwilson.co.uk for more information. The cost of postage, packing, transport, and shipping is the responsibility of the buyer. The cost of postage, packing, transport, and shipping will not be refunded in any circumstance. (2) Private treaty sales made under these Conditions are deemed to be sales by auction for purposes of consumer legislation. 15. FORGERIES Notwithstanding the preceding Condition, any Lot which proves to be a Deliberate Forgery may be returned to us by you within 14 days of the auction provided it is in the same condition as when bought, and is accompanied by particulars identifying it from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement of defects. If we are satisfied from the evidence presented that the Lot is a Deliberate Forgery we shall refund the money paid by you for the Lot including any buyer’s premium provided that (1) if the catalogue description reflected the accepted view of scholars and experts as at the date of sale or (2) you personally are notable to transfer a good and marketable title to us, you shall have no rights under this Condition. The right of return provided by this Condition is additional to any right or remedy provided by law or by these Conditions of Sale. GENERAL 16. We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions of any person. 17. (1). Any right to compensation for losses liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of these Conditions and any exclusions provided by them shall be available to the seller and/or the Auctioneer as appropriate. (2). Such right and exclusions shall extend to and be deemed to be for the benefit of employees and agents of the seller and/or the Auctioneer who may themselves enforce them. 18. Any notice to any buyer, seller, bidder or viewer may be given by first class mail in which case it shall be deemed to have been received by the addressee 48 hours after posting. 19. Special terms may be used in catalogue descriptions of particular classes of items in which case the descriptions must be interpreted in accordance with any glossary appearing at the commencement of the catalogue. 20. Any indulgence extended to bidders buyers or sellers by us notwithstanding the strict terms of these Conditions or the Terms of Consignment shall affect the position at the relevant time only and in respect of that particular concession only; in all other respects these Conditions shall be construed as having full force and effect. 21. English law applies to the interpretation of these Conditions.

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inFOrMatiOn FOr Buyers 1. Introduction. The following information notes are intended to assist Buyers, particularly those inexperienced or new to our salerooms. All sales are conducted on our printed Conditions of Sale which are readily available for inspection and normally accompany catalogues. Our staff will be happy to help you if there is anything you do not fully understand. 2. Agency. As Auctioneers we usually contract as agents for the seller whose identity, for reasons of confidentiality, is not normally disclosed. Accordingly if you buy your primary contract is with the seller. 3. Estimates. Estimates are designed to help buyers gauge what sort of sum might be involved for the purchase of a particular lot. Estimates do not include the Buyer’s Premium or VAT (where chargeable). Estimates are prepared some time before the sale and may be altered by announcement before the sale. They are in no sense definitive. 4. Buyer’s Premium. The buyer shall pay the Hammer Price together with a premium thereon of 22% +VAT (26.4% inclusive). VAT will be at the rate imposed by law. 5. ‘Subject to VAT’ indicates that VAT is payable by the purchaser at the standard rate (presently 20%) on the Hammer Price as well as being an element in the buyer’s premium. Items which are subject to VAT will be cleared marked within the catalogue text as well as being labelled in the saleroom. This imposition of VAT is likely to be because the seller is registered for VAT within the European Union and is not operating the Dealers Margin Scheme or because VAT is due at 20% on importation into the UK. The double symbol (**) indicates that the lot has been imported from outside the European Union and the present position is that these lots are liable to a reduced rate of VAT (5%) on the gross lot price (i.e. both the Hammer Price and the buyer’s premium). Lots which appear without either of the above symbols indicate that no VAT is payable on the Hammer Price. This is because such lots are sold using the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme and it should be noted that the VAT included within the Premium is not recoverable as input tax. 6. We are, primarily, agents for the seller. We are dependent on information provided by the seller and whilst we may inspect lots and act reasonably in taking a general view about them we are normally unable to carry out a detailed or any examination of lots in order to ascertain their condition in the way in which it would be wise for a buyer to do. Intending buyers have ample opportunity for inspection of goods and therefore, accept responsibility for inspecting and investigating lots in which they are interested. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots contained in the Conditions of Sale. Neither the seller nor we, as the Auctioneers, accept any responsibility for their condition. In particular, mechanical objects of any age are not guaranteed to be in working order. However, in so far as we have examined the goods and make a representation about their condition, we shall be liable for any defect which that examination ought to have revealed to the Auctioneer but which would not have been revealed to the buyer had the buyer examined the goods. Additionally, in specified circumstance lots mis-described because they are ‘deliberate forgeries’ may be returned and repayment made. There is a 2 week time limit. (The expression ‘Deliberate Forgery’ is defined in our Conditions of Sale). 7. Electrical goods. These are sold as ‘antiques’ only and if bought for use must be checked over for the compliance with safety regulations by a qualified electrician first. 8. Export of goods. Buyers intending to export goods should ascertain (a) whether an export licence is required and (b) whether there is any specific prohibition on importing goods of threat character because, e.g. they may contain prohibited materials such as ivory. Ask us if you need help.

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9. Bidding. Bidders will be required to register before the sale commences and lots will be invoiced to the name and address on the registration form. Some form of identification may be required if you are unknown to us. Please enquire in advance about our arrangements for telephone bidding. 10. Commission absentee bidding. Commission bids may be left with the Auctioneer indicating the maximum amount to be bid excluding buyer’s premium. They will be executed as cheaply as possible having regard to the reserve (if any) and competing bids. The Auctioneer may at his/her own discretion on your behalf exceed your commission by one bid. Please enquire in advance about our arrangements for the leaving of commission bids by telephone or fax. 11. Methods of payment. As a general rule any cheques tendered will need to be cleared before removal of the goods is permitted. Please discuss with our Office in advance of the sale if other methods of payment are envisaged (except cash). Debit and Credit card payments where the card holder is not present will only be accepted for transactions up to £500. Credit Card payments may only be made using chip and pin up to £2,000. 12. Collection and storage. Please note what the Conditions of Sale state about collection and storage. It is important that goods are paid for and collected promptly. Items not removed within four days of the sale will be subject to a storage charge of £1.50 per item per day. 13. Postage and Shipping. Peter Wilson Fine Art Auctioneers LLP do not provide a postage and packing service however we recommend the following company who deal with all postage, packing, and shipping for us: T.C. Couriers Nantwich, 3 Barker Street, Nantwich, Cheshire, CW5 5Sy. Contact Tony Cartwright on +44 (0) 7746 216 322 or email tony69uk@gmail.com Mailboxes Etc., Peel House, 30 The Downs, Altrincham, WA14 2Px. Contact Alex Pye or Palanivel Kandaswamy on Tel: +44 (0) 161 233 0500, Fax: +44(0) 161 233 0400 Email: info@mbealtrincham.co.uk Website: www.mbealtrincham.co.uk 14. ‘The Artists Resale Right’ From mid – February 2006 living artists are entitled to receive a resale royalty each time their art work is bought or sold by an art market professional. However, from 1 January 2012, the Right will be extended to include sales of works by artists who have died within the last 70 years (following the existing term of copyright). Royalties will be payable to the families and beneficiaries of these artists. This new law has been introduced in the UK following a European Directive. Art work must reach or exceed a certain value before it qualifies for the right. The qualifying threshold in the UK is 1000 euros which is approximately £850. The rates are calculated as a percentage of the sale price and are set out in a sliding scale from 4% to 0.25%. Portion of the sale price Royalty rate From 1000 to 50,000 euro 4% From 50,000.01 to 200,000 euro 3% This will be an extra charge upon the sum for which the art work is obtained, excluding V.A.T. For auctions this is regarded as the hammer price (excluding the buyers premium). For more information please see the Important Notice to Bidders posted in the salerooms or alternatively a full copy of ‘The Artists Resale Right Regulations 2006’ which is available on request.


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Apr 25 & 26, 2018

Peter Wilson Fine Art Auctioneers  

Apr 25 & 26, 2018