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Fine & Decorative

Arts Sale Wednesday and Thursday 20th -21st March at 10am


Forthcoming Library Sale

Tuesday 26th March (sale commences at 12.00 noon) To include Books, Stamps, Postcards, Cigarette Cards, Collectables, Comics, Autographs, etc Viewing: Saturday 23rd March from 9.30am – 12.00 noon Monday 25th March from 9.00am – 4.00pm And on the morning of the sale from 8.30am until sale commences


Fine & Decorative Arts WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY 20TH - 21ST MARCH 2019 at 10.00am Viewing: Saturday 16th March 9.30am – 12.00 noon Monday 18th March 9.00am – 4.00pm Tuesday 19th March 9.00am – 4.00pm and on the Mornings of Sale from 8.30am Telephone: + 44 (0)1543 251081. Sale Enquiries & Bids email: lichfield@richardwinterton.co.uk Live Online Bidding and fully illustrated catalogue at: www.the-saleroom.com/richardwinterton or www.easyliveauction.com Buyers premium on the hammer price 17.5 % + VAT @20% Online Saleroom.com charges 6% + VAT @20% or Online EasyLiveAuction Premium 3% or £3 - please choose when registering ARTISTS RESALE RIGHTS: Charges may apply to certain lots (living and deceased artists within 70 years) that fetch over 1,000 Euros hammer price (approximately £800 GBP), in which case a 4% surcharge is payable by the purchaser in addition to the hammer price and buyer’s premium (and if applicable, live bidding fees).

IMPORTANT NOTICES ALL WINNING BIDS SHOULD BE PAID FOR & COLLECTED/COLLECTION ARRANGED WITHIN SEVEN DAYS OF THE AUCTION (Failure to do so may result in the sale being cancelled and the bidder blacklisted across the international auction house network. Any purchases not collected within seven days of the auction will be moved offsite and incur storage fees at £5 per day per Lot) Due to the increasing number of requests we now receive for condition reports, images and telephone bids, these should be submitted as early as possible. We cannot guarantee to process any requests for condition reports, images or phone bid bookings unless they are received at least twenty-four hours prior to the sale and are dealt with on a first come basis. Lots are sold as seen under the terms of the auction. Some descriptions mention damage (s.d) losses or restoration. This does not imply Lots are perfect where no mention is made. We are happy to provide condition reports on individual Lots by written request, ie email. This is an opinion only. However, it is up to buyers to satisfy themselves with regards to the condition/authenticity on any Lot in which they intend bidding upon. For more information about Live Auctions please go to www.the-saleroom.com or www.easyliveauction.com


Richard Winterton Auctioneers

ORDER OF SALE

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Day One – Wednesday 20th March Gemstones Decorative Jewellery Fine Jewellery Watches Silver Wines, Whisky & Port

1 – 76 77 – 122 123 – 178 179 – 195 196 – 369 370 – 499

Day Two – Thursday 21st March Ceramics & Glass Works of Art Taxidermy Sporting Guns, Riffles & Accessories Pictures Decorative Pictures Furniture Decorative & Design Furniture

500 – 550 551 – 600 601 – 605 606 – 637 638 – 661 662 – 705 706 – 750 751 – 778


Day One – Wednesday 20th March Sale commences at 10.00am

GEMSTONES


Richard Winterton Auctioneers

Lot 1 Lot 1 TWO MODERN ROUND BRILLIANT CUT DIAMONDS, first 0.30ct, colour assessed as G-H, clarity I1-1, second 0.29ct, colour assessed as H-I, clarity I1-1 (2) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 2 TWO MODERN BRILLIANT CUT DIAMONDS, first 0.29ct, colour assessed as G-H, clarity I1, second 0.38ct, colour assessed as M-N, clarity SI1-2 (2) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 3 Lot 3 TWO ROUND BRILLIANT CUT DIAMONDS, first 0.29ct, colour assessed as J-K, clarity SI2-I1, second Old European cut diamond 0.22ct, colour assessed as I-J, clarity SI2 (please note chipped girdle) (2) £50 - £70 plus BP* Lot 4 VARI-CUT DIAMONDS, four tapered baguette cut, approximate total weight 0.33ct, colour assessed as H-I, clarity VS12, two tapered baguette cut, approximate total weight 0.06ct, colour assessed as H-I, clarity SI12, two baguette cut, approximate total weight 0.13ct, colour assessed as I-J, clarity SI3-I1, three damaged small diamonds, approximate total weight 0.10ct (11) £40 - £60 plus BP*

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Lot 5 A SELECTION OF VARI-CUT MIXED COLOURED DIAMONDS, yellow to brown shades, approximate total weight 2.08ct, colour assessed as treated and/or synthetic, clarity from VS1-SI2 £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 6 Lot 6 A GREEN MODERN ROUND BRILLIANT CUT DIAMOND, weighing 1.65ct, colour assessed as treated, clarity assessed as VV2VS1 £300 - £500 plus BP* Lot 7 A YELLOW MODERN ROUND BRILLIANT CUT DIAMOND, weighing 1.00ct, colour assessed as treated, clarity assessed as SI1SI2 £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 8 Lot 8 FOUR MODERN ROUND BRILLIANT COLOURED DIAMONDS, approximate total weight 1.33ct, two green and two yellowish brown, colour assessed as treated, clarity assessed as VS1VS2 (4) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 9 A SELECTION OF ROUND BRILLIANT CUT DIAMONDS, various sizes from 0.04ct to 0.11ct, colour assessed as F-L, clarity assessed as VS1-I1, approximate total weight 1.27ct (please note some diamonds have small chips to the girdle edges) £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 10 Lot 10 A SELECTION OF OLD EUROPEAN AND OLD CUSHION CUT DIAMONDS, approximate average size 0.25ct, colour assessed as G-J, clarity assessed as SI2-I2, approximate total diamond weight 1.66ct (please note some diamonds have small chips to the girdle edges and two diamonds have notable chips to the pavilions) £50 - £80 plus BP* Lot 11 A SELECTION OF OLD EUROPEAN, OLD MINE AND OLD CUSHION CUT DIAMONDS, approximate average size 0.02ct, colour assessed as G-K, clarity assessed as SI1-I2, approximate total diamond weight 3.67ct (please note some diamonds have small chips to the girdle edges and to the pavilions) £120 - £180 plus BP* Lot 12 A SELECTION OF OLD EUROPEAN, OLD MINE AND OLD CUSHION CUT DIAMONDS, approximate average sizes from 0.05ct - 0.33ct, colour assessed as H-tinted, clarity assessed as SI1-I2, approximate total diamond weight 2.64ct (please note some diamonds have small chips to the girdle edges and notable chips to the pavilions) £120 - £180 plus BP* Lot 13 A SELECTION OF OLD EUROPEAN, OLD MINE AND OLD CUSHION DIAMONDS, approximate average sizes from 0.05ct - 0.32ct, colour assessed as G-tinted, clarity assessed as SI1-I2, approximate total diamond weight 2.78ct (please note some diamonds have small chips to the girdle edges and notable chips to the pavilions) £120 - £180 plus BP*


Richard Winterton Auctioneers

Lot 14 Lot 14 A SELECTION OF OLD EUROPEAN, OLD MINE AND OLD CUSHION CUT DIAMONDS, approximate average sizes from 0.20ct - 0.27ct, colour assessed as G-K, clarity assessed as SI1-I2, approximate total diamond weight 1.32ct (please note some diamonds have small chips to the girdle edges and notable chips to the pavilions) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 15 A SELECTION OF OLD EUROPEAN, OLD MINE AND OLD CUSHION CUT DIAMONDS, approximate average sizes from 0.17ct - 0.30ct, colour assessed as G-K, clarity assessed as SI1-I1, approximate total diamond weight 2.05ct (please note some diamonds have small chips to the girdle edges and chips to the pavilions) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 16 A SELECTION OF VARI-SHAPE RUBIES, approximate total weight 6.78ct, approximate size range from 0.10ct - 0.70ct £180 - £260 plus BP*

Lot 17 Lot 17 THREE RUBIES, first cushion cut, approximate weight 2.40ct, second cushion cut, approximate weight 2.06ct, third cushion cut, approximate weight 1.08ct (approximate total weight 5.54ct) (3) £150 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 18 A SELECTION OF VARI-SHAPE RUBIES, approximate average sizes from 0.03ct - 0.75ct, some stones possibly simulant, synthetic or treated, approximate total weight 5.09ct £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 19 A SELECTION OF VARI-SHAPE RUBIES, approximate average sizes ranging from 0.03ct - 0.49ct, some stones possibly simulant, synthetic or treated, approximate total weight 4.90ct £70 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 20 Lot 20 A MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION OF RUBIES, to include two star rubies each measuring 7mm - 7.5mm in diameter, another smaller cabochon and a broken oval mixed cut ruby, totalling 6.56ct, plus a large synthetic ruby and a synthetic Verneuil boule (damaged) £30 - £50 plus BP* Lot 21 A MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION OF BLUE SAPPHIRES, mixed hues and varishape, approximate individual sizes from 0.02ct - 2.60ct, total combined weight approximately 45.00ct, some stones possibly simulant, synthetic or treated £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 22 A SELECTION OF VARI-CUT MIXED COLOURED DIAMONDS, green to black shades, approximate total diamond weight 1.49ct, colour assessed as treated and/or synthetic, clarity assessed as SI-declassee £150 - £200 plus BP*

ARR refer to Droit de Suite Royalty Charges - See Title Page BP* - Buyer’s Premium of 17.5% plus VAT @ 20% - Also see Title Page for additional costs

Lot 23 Lot 23 A MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION OF SPINELS, to include a mauve/lavender colour spinel emerald cut weighing 5.56ct, an oval mixed cut black spinel weighing 1.64ct and a large cushion cut synthetic dark red cushion cut weighing 17.2ct £20 - £30 plus BP* Lot 24 A MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION OF BLUE SAPPHIRES, mixed hues and varishape, approximate individual sizes from 0.02ct - 1.65ct, total combined weight approximately 16.83ct, some stones possibly simulant, synthetic or treated, a selection of large synthetic sapphires and sapphire doublet (composite) stones £40 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 25 Lot 25 A PALE YELLOW MIXED CUT SAPPHIRE, measuring approximately 14.6mm x 10mm x 5.7mm, weighing approximately 9.52ct £250 - £350 plus BP* Lot 26 A SELECTION OF MIXED COLOUR SAPPHIRES, vari-cut average dimension 6mm each, colours to include varying hues of pink, mauve, green and blue, approximate total weight 18.68ct, assessed as natural, however may contain treated or synthetic £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers

Lot 27 Lot 27 THREE OVAL MIXED CUT BLUE SAPPHIRES, average dimension 9.9mm x 7.5mm, total sapphire weight 8.53ct £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 28 Lot 28 A SELECTION OF SAPPHIRES, to include a pale green round mixed cut, measuring approximately 7.1mm in diameter, weighing 2.15ct, three smaller vari-cut green/greenish brown sapphires, weighing 1.52ct and a black oval star sapphire measuring approximately 11.6mm x 10.2mm, weighing 7.33ct £30 - £50 plus BP* Lot 29 FOUR MAUVE/PURPLE VARICUT SAPPHIRES, one old cushion cut 7.8mm x 5.8mm, weighing 2.33ct, please note there is table wear to the facet edges, three oval mixed cuts, average dimension 7mm x 5mm, combined weight of three 3.77ct (4) £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 30 Lot 30 TWO OVAL MIXED CUT YELLOW SAPPHIRES, measuring approximately 12.0mm x 8.5mm, total weight 10.91ct (2) £40 - £60 plus BP*

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Lot 31 THREE BLUE SAPPHIRES, one cushion cut pale blue, measuring 9.8mm x 8.4mm, weighing 4.30ct, two oval mixed cut blue sapphires measuring approximately 6.6mm x 5mm, total weight 2.98ct (3) £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 32 Lot 32 THREE PIECES OF CARVED JADEITE, to include two Koi Carp, one pale brown and one light green, each measuring 39mm x 19cmm, a dark green jadeite oval carved plaque, measuring 39mm x 16.2mm, please note jade untested, total weight 48.7ct £50 - £80 plus BP* Lot 33 A COLLECTION OF JADEITE AND NEPHRITE JADE, mixed colours to include pale green, brownish yellow, lilac and white jadeite cabochons, varying in size from 6mm x 4mm to 14.6mm x 11mm, two nephrite oblong pieces, tear drop pale green jadeite cabochon and dark green jade barcelet (a/f), jade untested £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 34 A COLLECTION OF JADEITE AND NEPHRITE JADE, mixed colours to include pale green, brownish yellow, orange, black, lilac and white jadeite cabochons, measuring 12mm x 9mm, a lilac oval jadeite cabochon measuring 19.3mm x 15.3mm, a lilac jadeite block, a heart and another piece of Nephrite, jade untested £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 35 Lot 35 A LARGE OVAL SHALLOW CABOCHON CUT OPAL STONE, measuring 28mm x 21.8mm, weighing 26.87ct, grey base colour with rolling flash colours of orange, electric blue and mixed colours £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 36 TWO OPAL OVAL CABOCHON CUT STONES, one measuring 24mm x 15mm, the other 23.7mm x 13.0mm, total weight 19.73ct, grey base colour with rolling flash colours of orange, electric blue and mixed colours £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 37 TWO OPAL OVAL CABOCHON CUT STONES, measuring 16mm x 12mm, total weight 12.57ct, grey base colour with rolling flash colours of orange, electric blue and mixed colours (2) £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 38 TWO OPAL OVAL CABOCHON CUT STONES, one measuring 20mm x 17mm, one measuring 20mm x 17mm, total weight 14.23ct, grey base colour with rolling flash colours of orange, electric blue and mixed colours (2) £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 39 MIXED OPAL COLLECTION, to include a Mexican fire opal measuring 9.6mm x 6.2mm, weighing 1.20ct, a boulder opal measuring 17.4mm x 13.5mm, weighing 17.3ct, a pink opal measuring 12mm x 10mm, weighing 2.91ct, two other white opals combined weight 13.16ct (5) £50 - £80 plus BP*


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 40 A LARGE COLLECTION OF ASSORTED OPALS, various cuts and sizes, total weight approximately 73.14ct £30 - £50 plus BP*

Lot 47 A LARGE CUSHION CUT AQUAMARINE, measuring approximately 18.3mm x 14.6mm x 8.78mm, weighing 17.10ct £80 - £100 plus BP* Lot 44

Lot 41 Lot 41 A MIXED COLLECTION OF OPAL DOUBLETS, SYNTHETICS AND SUGAR ACID TREATED STONES AND SPECIMENS £20 - £30 plus BP*

Lot 44 A LARGE COLLECTION OF VARIOUS GARNET GEMSTONES, to include Hessonite, Grossular, Pyrope and various other assorted shapes and sizes, some gemstones possibly paste, composite or synthetic £20 - £30 plus BP*

Lot 45

Lot 42 Lot 42 A LARGE COLLECTION OF VARIOUS GARNET GEMSTONES, to include a large star garnet weighing 26.06ct, Hessonite, Grossular Transvaal, Pyrope and various other assorted shapes and sizes, some gemstones possibly paste, composite or synthetic £30 - £40 plus BP* Lot 43 A COLLECTION OF TOPAZ GEMSTONES, various mixed cuts and sizes from 0.20ct - 10.73ct, to include pink, orange, yellow, blue, brown and white, some gemstones possibly paste, composite or synthetic £30 - £40 plus BP*

Lot 45 A LARGE COLLECTION OF AMETHYST GEMSTONES, various mixed cut and large sizes, up to 47.75ct, also included a prasiolite quartz, some gemstones possibly paste, composite or synthetic £20 - £30 plus BP*

Lot 46 Lot 46 A COLLECTION OF ZIRCON GEMSTONES, to include various cuts and sizes from 0.60ct 11.25ct, colours to include white, blue, golden red, golden and green, some gemstones possibly paste, composite or synthetic £30 - £50 plus BP*

ARR refer to Droit de Suite Royalty Charges - See Title Page BP* - Buyer’s Premium of 17.5% plus VAT @ 20% - Also see Title Page for additional costs

Lot 48 FIVE CUSHION CUT AQUAMARINES, measuring on average 11.3mm in diameter (each), total weight 36.17ct (5) £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 49 AN ASSORTMENT OF COLOURED BERYL GEMSTONES, to include yellow, green, white and dark blue aquamarine, a cushion, teardrop and cabochon aquamarine, total weight 18.79ct, some gemstones possibly paste, composite or synthetic £30 - £40 plus BP* Lot 50 AN ASSORTED AQUAMARINE COLLECTION, to include a yellow beryl measuring approximately 12.0mm x 9.6mm, weighing 4.01ct, a yellowish green beryl measuring approximately 14.8mm x 12.7mm, weighing 8.87ct, two very dark blue beryl’s, weighing 0.63ct and 0.73ct, assorted size aquamarines weighing 21.52ct, some gemstones possibly paste, composite or synthetic £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 51 A COLLECTION OF VARI-CUT EMERALDS, sizes ranging from 0.03ct-0.70ct, total weight 5.14ct, some gemstones possibly paste, composite or synthetic £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 52 A COLLECTION OF VARI-CUT EMERALDS, sizes ranging from 0.03ct - 0.40ct, total weight 3.18ct, some gemstones possibly paste, composite or synthetic £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers

Lot 53 Lot 53 A COLLECTION OF MIXED GREEN GEMSTONES, vari-cut and size, to include emeralds, synthetic emerald, glass, two tear drop shape cabochons and a large cushion emerald, total weight 18.23ct £30 - £50 plus BP* Lot 54 TWO EMERALDS, to include one emerald cut, measuring 9.2mm x 7.93mm, weighing 2.12ct, please note small chips to one corner the another emerald cut, measuring 6.8mm x 4.5mm, weighing 0.99ct (2) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 55 Lot 55 A MIXED GEMSTONES COLLECTION, to include a variety of garnets, sapphires, rubies, tourmalines, quartz, emerald and topaz, also a large quantity of glass, synthetic, simulants, doublets and paste gemstones £20 - £30 plus BP* Lot 56 A DIAMOND COLLECTION, to include a pear shape, weighing 0.51ct, colour assessed as E-F, clarity VS2-VS1, five small round brilliant cut diamonds, total weight 0.15ct £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 57 A MIXED SEMI-PRECIOUS GEM COLLECTION, to include a collection of cabochon cut moonstones, various sizes, weighing 159.31ct, a collection of vari-cut and size peridots, total weight 10.6ct, a quantity of ruby crystals and ruby rough crystals, a very large quantity of lapis lazuli £30 - £50 plus BP*

Lot 58 Lot 58 A LARGE COLLECTION OF SODALITE AND LAPIS LAZULI GEMSTONES, of various sizes, cuts and bead necklaces £20 - £40 plus BP*

Lot 59 Lot 59 A SELECTION OF AGATE PIECES, to include banded agate cabochons, banded agate drops, moss agate panels, carnelian beads, etc £20 - £30 plus BP* Lot 60 A SELECTION OF AGATE PIECES, to include banded agate cabochons, banded agate drops, moss agate panels, carnelian beads, etc £20 - £30 plus BP* Lot 61 A SELECTION OF GEM CRYSTAL SPECIMENS AND MINERALS, to include turquoise, bloodstone, hematite, amazonite, aquamarine, etc £20 - £30 plus BP*

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Lot 62 Lot 62 A SELECTION OF GEM CRYSTAL SPECIMENS AND MINERALS, to include sapphire, topaz, chiastolite, staurolite, etc £20 - £30 plus BP* Lot 63 A SELECTION OF GEM CRYSTAL SPECIMENS AND MINERALS, to include tourmaline crystals in mica, graphite, garnet, gypsum, beryl crystals in quartz, sphene, moldavite, etc £20 - £30 plus BP*

Lot 64 Lot 64 A SELECTION OF MAINLY SEMI PRECIOUS LOOSE GEMS, to include turquoise beads, tiger’s eyes, coral beads, carved cameo shells, onyx beads, a mounted cameo stamped 375, weight 3 grams, etc £20 - £30 plus BP* Lot 65 A SELECTION OF MAINLY SEMI PRECIOUS LOOSE GEMS, to include turquoise cabochons, tiger’s eye beads, coral beads, carved cameo shells, onyx beads, aventurine quartz beads, shell beads, etc £20 - £30 plus BP* Lot 66 A SELECTION OF MAINLY SEMI PRECIOUS LOOSE GEMS, to include turquoise cabochons, malachite, lapis lazuli, mother of pearl, a micro mosaic carved jet beads, amber beads, carved quartz and jade animals, rough gems, polished gems, faceted gems, etc £20 - £30 plus BP*


Richard Winterton Auctioneers

Lot 67 Lot 67 A SELECTION OF MAINLY SEMI PRECIOUS LOOSE GEMS, to include carved amber animals, amethysts, snow flake obsidian, shell, aventurine quartz, blue john, rough gems, polished gems, faceted gems, to include quartz, citrines, etc £20 - £30 plus BP* Lot 68 A SELECTION OF MAINLY LOOSE PASTES, to include doublets, faceted pastes, imitation turquoise beads, imitation pearls, plastic beads, strings of faceted black glass beads, etc £10 - £20 plus BP*

Lot 69 Lot 69 A SELECTION OF MAINLY LOOSE PASTES, to include doublets, faceted pastes, imitation turquoise beads, imitation pearls, plastic beads, strings of faceted black glass beads, etc £10 - £20 plus BP*

Lot 71 Lot 70 A SELECTION OF MAINLY LOOSE PASTES, to include doublets, faceted pastes, imitation turquoise beads, imitation pearls, plastic beads, strings of faceted black glass beads, etc £10 - £20 plus BP* Lot 71 A SELECTION OF MAINLY LOOSE FACETED CITRINES, to include smokey quartz, rock crystal, citrines, a red citrine, larger citrines weighing 54.2cts, 68cts, etc £20 - £30 plus BP* Lot 72 A SELECTION PEARLS, to include a Tahitian pearl, 12.3mm-13mm in diameter, undrilled, light silvery/grey, together with split and seed pearls, some possibly simulated £20 - £40 plus BP*

Lot 73 Lot 73 A MAUVE/LAVENDER COLOURED OVAL MIXED CUT SAPPHIRE, measuring approximately 11.5mm x 8mm, weighing 4.61ct, assessed as natural(please note there are some small chips to both the table and pavilion facet edges) £50 - £80 plus BP*

ARR refer to Droit de Suite Royalty Charges - See Title Page BP* - Buyer’s Premium of 17.5% plus VAT @ 20% - Also see Title Page for additional costs

Lot 74 THREE MIXED VARI-CUT SAPPHIRES, to include an emerald cut green sapphire, measuring 9.6mm x 9mm, weighing 5.28ct, a very pale yellow round mixed cut sapphire, measuring 8.3mm in diameter, weighing 2.74ct, a white cushion cut sapphire, measuring 10.6mm x 8.52mm, weighing 4.42ct (3) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 75 A SELECTION OF OLD EUROPEAN, OLD MINE AND OLD CUSHION CUT DIAMONDS, approximate average size from 0.02ct, assessed as G-K, clarity assessed as SI1-I2, approximate total diamond weight 3.95ct (please note some diamonds have small chips to the girdle edges and to the pavilions) £130 - £200 plus BP* Lot 76 A SELECTION OF GEMSTONE LEATHER STORAGE BOXES, to include one large black leather case with several cross sections to store gems and ten smaller leather hinged gemstone cases £30 - £50 plus BP*

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DECORATIVE JEWELLERY


Richard Winterton Auctioneers

Lot 77 Lot 77 THREE NORWEGIAN ENAMEL BROOCHES BY HANS MYHRE, the first of circular outline depicting a deer in an outdoor scene, the second designed as three gathered white enamel leaves, the third a yellow guilloche enamel umbrella with twisted handle, all with maker’s marks, all stamped 925S, lengths approximately 32mm to 62mm, approximate total weight 27.9 grams £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 78 A NORWEGIAN ENAMEL BROOCH BY OYSTEIN BALLE, of circular outline with black enamel branch-like lines and dots on a yellow enamel background, with maker’s mark, stamped 925S Sterling Norway, approximate diameter 45mm, approximate weight 15.8 grams £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 79 Lot 79 A NORWEGIAN ENAMEL BROOCH BY OYSTEIN BALLE, of circular outline with black enamel pointed shapes and dots on a red/orange enamel background, with maker’s mark, stamped 925S Sterling Norway, diameter approximately 45mm, approximate weight 15.5 grams £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 80 A NORWEGIAN ENAMEL BROOCH BY OYSTEIN BALLE, of circular outline with black enamel pointed and curved shapes and dots on a white enamel background, with maker’s mark, stamped 925S Sterling Norway, diameter approximately 45mm, approximate weight 15.7 grams £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 83 A NORWEGIAN ENAMEL BROOCH BY OYSTEIN BALLE, of curved rectangular outline, embossed with abstract shapes in various colours to the yellow enamel background, with maker’s mark, stamped 925S Sterling Norway, length approximately 46mm, approximate weight 13.2 grams £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 81 Lot 81 A NORWEGIAN ENAMEL BROOCH BY OYSTEIN BALLE, of circular outline with black enamel pointed and curved shapes and dots on a green enamel background, with maker’s mark, stamped 925S Sterling Norway, diameter approximately 45mm, approximate gross weight 12 grams £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 84 Lot 84 A NORWEGIAN ENAMEL BROOCH BY OYSTEIN BALLE, of shaped circular outline, branch and leaf shapes within the blue enamel background with nonenamelled leaf shape detail, with maker’s mark, stamped 925S Sterling Norway, length approximately 47mm, approximate weight 16.6 grams £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 82 Lot 82 A NORWEGIAN ENAMEL BROOCH BY OYSTEIN BALLE, of curved rectangular outline, embossed with abstract shapes in various colours to the yellow enamel background, with maker’s mark, stamped 925S Sterling Norway, length approximately 46mm, approximate weight 13.2 grams £50 - £80 plus BP*

ARR refer to Droit de Suite Royalty Charges - See Title Page BP* - Buyer’s Premium of 17.5% plus VAT @ 20% - Also see Title Page for additional costs

Lot 85 A NORWEGIAN ENAMEL BROOCH BY OYSTEIN BALLE, of shaped rectangular outline with abstract branch-like silver enamel shapes, some with red enamel edging, to the blue enamel background, with maker’s mark, stamped 925S Sterling Norway, length approximately 47mm, approximate weight 18.3 grams £50 - £80 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers

Lot 86 Lot 86 A NORWEGIAN ENAMEL BROOCH BY OYSTEIN BALLE, of rectangular outline with embossed scrolling and circular shapes to the mutli coloured enamel background, with maker’s mark, stamped 925S Sterling Norway, length approximately 44mm, approximate weight 14.1 grams £50 - £80 plus BP* Lot 87 A NORWEGIAN ENAMEL BROOCH BY OYSTEIN BALLE, of shaped rectangular outline, the abstract pattern comprising of elongated purple enamel hearts, yellow enamel pear-shapes and a triple curved line of green enamels to the silver enamel background, with maker’s mark, stamped 925S Sterling Norway, length approximately 52cm, approximate weight 22.7 grams £50 - £80 plus BP* Lot 88 FOUR NORWEGIAN ENAMEL BROOCHES BY OYSTEIN BALLE, the first of oval outline, with star shapes to the blue enamel background and raised dot detail, the second an abstract leaf shape, with leaf shapes to the light blue enamel background, the third of shaped triangular outline with white enamel background and line and dot detail, the fourth of tapered rectangular shape with blue enamel background and embossed curved line and dots, with maker’s mark, stamped 925S Sterling Norway, lengths approximately 48mm to 60mm, approximate total weight 45.7 grams (4) £100 - £150 plus BP*

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Lot 88 Lot 89 A NORWEGIAN ENAMEL BROOCH BY O.F. HJORTDAHL, of curved triangular outline with applied line and dot detail to the blue enamel background, with maker’s mark, stamped 925S Sterling Norway, length approximately 51mm, approximate weight 8.9 grams £50 - £80 plus BP* Lot 90 FOUR DESIGNER NORWEGIAN ENAMEL BROOCHES, to include a white enamel floral brooch by Monster Beskyttet, a white and black guilloche enamel butterfly brooch by O.F. Hjortdahl, an oval enamel brooch depicting a sailing longboat by OPRO Produkter and a tapered square white guilloche enamel brooch with raised dot detail by Knut Andreas Rasmussen, with maker’s mark, lengths approximately 25mm to 35mm, approximate total weight 23.8 grams (4) £120 - £180 plus BP* Lot 91 THREE ITEMS OF NORWEGIAN ENAMEL JEWELLERY BY O.F. HJORTDAHL, to include a bracelet designed as rectangular enamel panels depicting outdoor Scandinavian scenes, interspaced by black enamel flower panels, to the spring release clasp, with safety chain, length approximately 200mm (clasp later added, maker’s mark partly covered by repair), a tie slide with central enamel panel depicting a longboat, length approximately 72mm and an oval shaped enamel brooch depicting a reindeer pulling a sledge, length approximately 37mm, both with maker’s marks, approximate total weight 34 grams (3) £120 - £180 plus BP*

Lot 92 Lot 92 THREE NORWEGIAN ENAMEL BROOCHES BY ASKEL HOLMSEN, the first a stylised white guilloche enamel leaf, the second designed with light blue tulips and white leaves, the third an abstract flower with red/orange petals and white enamel pistil and stem, all with maker’s marks, stamped 925S Sterling Norway, lengths approximately 44mm to 56mm, approximate total weight 25.8 grams (3) £50 - £80 plus BP* Lot 93 TWO NORWEGIAN ENAMEL BROOCHES BY EINER MODAHL, the first a stylised white enamel lily, the second a circular white enamel shape with hole in the middle, both with maker’s mark, both stamped 925S Sterling Norway, lengths approximately 25mm and 50mm, approximate total weight 19.2 grams £50 - £80 plus BP* Lot 94 THREE NORWEGIAN ENAMEL BROOCHES BY ASKEL HOLMSEN, the first a rounded shape depicting an enamel reindeer and sleigh scene with blue enamel flowers to the inside, with Askel Holmsen maker’s mark, the second an oval shape with enamel reindeer and sleigh scene and black enamel border, the third of curved lozenge shape depicting an outdoor scene with a stag, both with early mark, Norne, all stamped 925S, lengths approximately 32mm to 40mm, approximate total weight 13.7 grams (3) £50 - £80 plus BP*


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Lot 96 Lot 95 TWO NORWEGIAN ENAMEL BROOCHES BY ALBERT SCHARNING, the first a stylised graduated five leaf design, the second a curved stylised two leaf design, both in light blue guilloche enamel, both with maker’s marks and stamped 925S, lengths approximately 46mm to 47mm, approximate total weight 15.8 grams (2) £30 - £50 plus BP* Lot 96 A NORWEGIAN ENAMEL BROOCH BY ASKEL HOLMSEN, designed as a white guilloche enamel lily, with maker’s mark, stamped 925S Sterling Norway, length approximately 67mm, approximate weight 23.8 grams £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 97 A NORWEGIAN ENAMEL ROCK CARVING BROOCH BY DAVID ANDERSON, of curved rectangular outline, depicting a rock carving in orange enamel to the white enamel background, with maker’s mark, stamped to the reverse ‘Rock Carving from Norway 100-500 B.C. Norway Sterling 925S Nora G’, length approximately 65mm, approximate weight 22.6 grams £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 98 Lot 98 A NORWEGIAN ENAMEL BUTTERFLY BROOCH BY DAVID ANDERSEN, in green, yellow and black guilloche enamel, with maker’s mark, stamped Norway Sterling 925S, length approximately 45mm, approximate weight 7.9 grams £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 99 THREE NORWEGIAN ENAMEL LEAF BROOCHES BY WILLY WINNAESS FOR DAVID ANDERSEN, all of the same single leaf design in light blue, dark blue and green guilloche enamel, all with maker’s marks, stamped Norway Sterling 925S, lengths approximately 68mm, approximate total weight 23.4 grams (3) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 100 TWO NORWEGIAN ENAMEL BROOCHES BY DAVID ANDERSEN, the first designed as a double leaf brooch in white guilloche enamel, by Willy Winnaess for David Andersen, the second a tapered elongated shape with blue enamel background and multiple raised curved line detail, both with maker’s marks, stamped Norway Sterling 925S, lengths approximately 55mm and 72mm, approximate total weight 25.6 grams (2) £40 - £60 plus BP*

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Lot 101 Lot 101 A NORWEGIAN ENAMEL BROOCH/PENDANT BY UNN TANGERUD FOR DAVID ANDERSEN, of stylised snowflake design set with a central circular rhodocrosite cabochon, with maker’s marks, stamped 925S Sterling Norway, length approximately 56mm, approximate weight 23.6 grams £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 102 FOUR SCANDINAVIAN DESIGNER ENAMEL BROOCHES, the first designed as a brown enamel maple leaf by Hroar Prydz, the second a white enamel daisy brooch by Anton Michelsen, the third a circular enamel seascape by Ivar T. Holth, the fourth a triple leaf, green enamel brooch by Jemax, all with maker’s marks, all stamped Sterling, lengths approximately 27mm to 44mm, approximate total weight 31 grams (4) £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 103 Lot 103 TWO NORWEGIAN DESIGNER ENAMEL BROOCHES, the first a blue enamel leaf brooch by Finn Jensen, the second a green and white enamel leaf and lily of the valley brooch, both with maker’s marks, both stamped 925S, lengths approximately 54mm and 72mm, approximate total weight 14.9 grams (2) £40 - £60 plus BP*

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Lot 104 Lot 104 AN ENAMEL BROOCH BY FINN JENSEN, of circular outline depicting a seascape, with maker’s mark, stamped Sterling 925S, diameter approximately 40mm, approximate weight 16.2 grams £50 - £80 plus BP* Lot 105 A DANISH ABALONE PENDANT BY BRDR BJERRING, designed as a trapeze shape abalone shell panel suspended from a tapered triangular panel to the belcher link chain, pendant with maker’s mark, stamped Sterling Denmark Handmade, length approximately of pendant 50mm, length approximately of chain 420mm, approximate weight 11.3 grams £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 106 THREE NORWEGIAN ENAMEL BROOCHES BY IVAR T. HOLTH, the first of circular outline depicting a seascape, the second and third designed as longboats, one in white and orange enamel, one in white and light blue enamel, all with maker’s marks, all stamped 925S, lengths approximately 27mm to 34mm, approximate total weight 14.5 grams (3) £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 107 THREE NORWEGIAN ENAMEL BROOCHES BY IVAR T. HOLTH, the first of circular outline with scalloped edging, depicting a seascape, the second of tapered fan shape depicting a reindeer pulling a sledge, the third designed as a longboat with white and light yellow enamel, all with maker’s marks, all stamped sterling Norway, lengths approximately 27mm to 34mm, approximate total weight 18.6 grams (3) £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 110 A NORWEGIAN ENAMEL BROOCH BY ANDERSEN AND SCHEINPFLUG, designed as an open overlapping circle, the white enamel with floral guilloche detail, with maker’s mark, stamped 925S, diameter approximately 40mm, approximate weight 11.5 grams £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 108 Lot 108 THREE SCANDINAVIAN DESIGNER BROOCHES, the first a light blue guilloche enamel leaf by Meka, the second a flower head by E. Dragsted, the third of rectangular outline with wirework detail and light blue enamel, all with maker’s marks, all with marks to indicate silver, lengths approximately 29mm to 68mm, approximate total weight 26.1 grams (3) £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 111 Lot 111 A NORWEGIAN ENAMEL BROOCH BY IVAR T. HOLTH, of circular outline with scalloped edging, depicting a seascape, with maker’s mark, stamped 925S Sterling Norway, diameter approximately 40mm, approximate weight 17.8 grams £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 109 Lot 109 A NORWEGIAN ENAMEL BROOCH BY IVAR T. HOLTH, designed as a starfish with guilloche mint green enamel and black enamel detail, with maker’s mark, stamped 925S, length approximately 44mm, approximate weight 8.2 grams £70 - £100 plus BP*

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Lot 112 Lot 112 A NORWEGIAN ENAMEL BROOCH BY HROAR PRYDZ, designed as a green guilloche enamel flower, with maker’s mark, stamped Sterling 925S Norway, length approximately 70mm, approximate 15.7 grams £50 - £80 plus BP*


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Lot 117 Lot 113 TWO NORWEGIAN ENAMEL BROOCHES BY IVAR T. HOLTH, both of different graduated, curved, abstract design, both in olive green guilloche enamel, both with maker’s marks and stamped 925S Sterling Norway, lengths approximately 55mm, approximate total weight 17.9 grams (2) £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 114 Lot 114 FOUR SHETLAND SILVER BROOCHES, two by Osprey depicting a bird of prey within a curved triangular outline, with hallmarks for Edinburgh 1975 and 1976, one of circular outline, depicting and stamped Sleipner Odins horse, hallmarked Edinburgh 1988, one depicting a fish coming out of water, hallmarked Edinburgh 1966, lengths approximately 32mm to 43mm, approximate total weight 29 grams (4) £30 - £50 plus BP*

Lot 115 EIGHT BROOCHES BY BOND BOYD, all of floral and foliate design, to include flower brooches for different months, November pansy, May lily of the valley, October Dahila, etc, all with maker’s marks, all with marks to indicate silver, lengths approximately 57mm to 69mm, approximate total weight 68.5 grams (8) £30 - £50 plus BP* Lot 116 THREE ITEMS OF JEWELLERY BY OLA M. GORIE, to include circular openwork brooch with scrolling decoration, diameter approximate 41mm, a circular brooch with domed tapered central detail, diameter approximately 44mm and a pendant necklace of interlocking bird design, length of pendant approximately 43mm, length of chain approximately 440mm, all with maker’s marks, all with marks to indicate silver, approximate total weight 36.5 grams (3) £30 - £50 plus BP*

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Lot 117 TWELVE ITEMS OF NAMED SILVER JEWELLERY, to include a Scottish brooch by Adie & Lovekin, of marquise shape outline inlaid with agate panels with central thistle, an orange paste Ward Brother’s Scottish design brooch, a circular Charles Horner brooch with central faceted orange gem, a white enamel Yorkshire rose brooch by James Fenton, a Georg Jensen Ltd St Christopher pendant and chain etc, all with hallmarks, lengths approximately 21mm to 58mm, lengths of chains approximately 570mm to 640mm, one chain without clasp, approximate total weight 153 grams (12) £150 - £200 plus BP*

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Lot 118 Lot 118 THREE ITEMS OF SCANDINAVIAN DESIGNER JEWELLERY, to include a yellow leaf brooch by Bernard Meldahl, a stylised flower brooch set with a rose quartz cabochon by N.E. From and a flower shaped pendant with white and red enamel to the central panel, all with maker’s marks, all stamped 925S, lengths approximately 33mm to 66mm, approximate total weight 29.4 grams (3) £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 119 SEVEN ITEMS OF SCANDINAVIAN JEWELLERY, to include a stylised leaf brooch set with a circular amethyst, a brooch designed as blue enamel butterflies arranged in a circle, a hexagonal pendant with enamel outdoor scene featuring a stag, a circular brooch with shaped edging depicting an enamel outdoor scene etc, all with marks to indicate silver, lengths (not including pendant chain) approximately 25mm to 49mm, approximate total weight 46.7 grams (7) £30 - £50 plus BP* Lot 120 FIVE ITEMS OF SILVER AND WHITE METAL JEWELLERY, to include a bracelet, each link designed as an open stylised leaf, four centrally set with brilliant cut diamonds to the spring release clasp, length approximately 200mm, a purple, white and green enamel bow brooch, a pair of triangular earrings with abstract fish design, an octagonal brooch with engraved scrolling acanthus leaf detail and a tapered pendant with applied textured detail, all with marks to indicate silver, lengths approximately 26mm to 57mm, approximate total weight 43.5 grams (5) £40 - £60 plus BP*

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Lot 121 Lot 121 A SELECTION OF MAINLY SILVER AND WHITE METAL JEWELLERY, to include a blue and white guilloche enamel and marcasite compact, a pair of filigree flower earrings, two filigree flower brooches, a white enamel Siam brooch, a 9ct gold heart padlock panel, with 9ct hallmark, approximate weight 0.6 grams, a circular Norwegian brooch with enamel Polar Bear detail etc, most with marks to indicate silver, approximate total weight (excluding 9ct heart padlock panel) approximately 166 grams £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 122 TWENTY ONE ITEMS OF SILVER AND WHITE METAL JEWELLERY, to include an Irish wishbone and clover leaf brooch set with marcasites and connemarbles, an elongated marquise shape brooch with diagonal lines of blue and white enamel, a marcasite and red enamel bug brooch, a green and colourless paste elongated bow brooch, two Scottish brooches of circular outline depicting a central longboat and Celtic design to the surrounds etc, all with hallmarks or marks to indicate silver, approximate total weight 207.6 grams (21) £50 - £80 plus BP*


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Lot 123 Lot 123 A BELLE EPOQUE PEARL AND DIAMOND BROOCH, an open work circular plaque with central old European diamond, foliate frame supporting swags of chain strung pearls, set throughout with old Swiss, rose and single-cut diamonds, estimated total diamond weight 1.20ct, brooch measuring approximately 46mm x 40mm, approximate gross weight 11.4 grams £400 - £600 plus BP* Lot 124 A LARGE OVAL SHELL CAMEO BROOCH, depicting two angels and a cherub classical scene, fitted to a scroll design mount, pin and hook fastener, dimensions approximately 75mm x 63.5mm, approximate gross weight 22.9 grams £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 125 A PAIR OF OPAL AND DIAMOND DROP EARRINGS, a pear shaped opal cabochon suspended from a cluster of marquise and modern round brilliant cut diamond studs, white opals displaying green and orange play of colour, post and scroll fittings, measuring approximately 33mm in length, estimated total diamond weight 0.65ct, stamped ‘18ct’, approximate gross weight 4.9 grams £200 - £300 plus BP*

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Lot 129

Lot 126 Lot 126 A 19TH CENTURY AUSTRO HUNGARIAN LARGE BROOCH, depicting a winged figure slaying a dragon, suspending enamelled cherubs and pearl terminations, enamelled and gem set with diamonds, emeralds and rubies throughout, measuring 120mm in length x 50mm in width (maxmium), approximate gross weight 46.6 grams (condition: overall condition good to fair, there are some small chips to the enamel on the cherubs) £300 - £400 plus BP* Lot 127 A LATE 20TH CENTURY 9CT GOLD SODALITE MULTI TASSEL PENDANT, two sodalite beads with gold bead work decoration, suspending several Prince of Wales rope chains, pendant measuring approximately 70.0mm in length, hallmarked 9ct gold, Birmingham Deakin & Francis, approximate gross weight 23.7 grams £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 128 A DIAMOND, BROWN ZIRCON AND CULTURED PEARL SMALL BROOCH, centring on a round mixed cut brown zircon, measuring approximately 9.42mm in diameter, enclosed within a border of old European diamonds, terminated by trefoils of cultured pearls and further diamond points, brooch measuring 25mm in diameter, estimated total diamond weight 1.00ct, approximate total weight 7.8 grams £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 129 A MID 20TH CENTURY MULTI STONE FRINGE STYLE NECKLET, gemstones to include amethysts, garnets, citrines and topaz, fitted to a fine trace link chain to a barrel clasp, necklet measuring approximately 340mm in length, stamped ‘9ct’, approximate gross weight 7.6 grams £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 130 A LATE 20TH CENTURY 18CT GOLD THREE STONE DIAMOND RING, estimated modern round brilliant cut diamond weight 2.17ct, colour assessed as J-K, clarity assessed as SI2-I1, ring size K 1/2, partial hallmark for 18ct gold, approximate gross weight 3.7 grams £1500 - £2000 plus BP*


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Lot 132

Lot 138

Lot 139

Lot 131 AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND CENTRE PIECE NECKLET, centring on an emerald cut emerald, estimated weight 1.25ct, estimated total diamond weight 0.70ct, colour assessed as J-K, clarity assessed as SI2-I1, measuring approximately 440mm in length, stamped ‘18k’, approximate gross weight 17.6 grams £500 - £700 plus BP*

Lot 135 TWO LATE 19TH CENTURY PENDANTS, to include a gold circular diamond portrait pendant, circular design housing a portrait of a lady dressed in classical attire, enclosed within a scalloped diamond border and diamond set bail, vacant glass section to the reserve, measuring approximately 35mm, estimated total old eight cut diamond weight 0.45ct, a gold small round diamond set locket, depicting a maiden in profile with a diamond detail to her necklace and brooch, measuring approximately 18.3mm in diameter, stamped ‘15c’ inside the locket, approximate gross weight 18 grams (condition: very small dent to the reverse of the locket) £250 - £350 plus BP*

Lot 138 A LATE 20TH CENTURY 18CT GOLD RUBY AND DIAMOND OVAL CLUSTER RING, centring on an oval mixed cut ruby measuring approximately 7.0mm x 5.9mm x 3.4mm, calculated weight 1.12ct, enclosed within a border of modern round brilliant cut diamonds, estimated weight 0.90ct, colour assessed as K-L, clarity assessed as SI1-2, ring size approximately M, hallmarked 18ct gold, Birmingham, 1977, approximate gross weight 5.1 grams £300 - £400 plus BP*

Lot 132 A MODERN EMERALD AND DIAMOND DRESS RING, ring size M, stamped ‘10k’, approximate gross weight 2.4 grams £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 133 A MODERN EMERALD AND DIAMOND TEARDROP PENDANT, together with a fine rope chain measuring approximately 400mm, stamped ‘14k’, approximate gross weight 2.3 grams £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 134 Lot 134 A VINTAGE MULTI GEM AND CARVED INTAGLIO PANEL LINK BRACELET, various gemstones and cuts and sizes, to include garnets, citrines, pearls, malachite cameo and glass cameo, bracelet measuring 180.0mm in length x 19.5mm in width, tested as predominantly silver £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 136 A MID 20TH CENTURY GOLD MULTI GEMSTONE BAR BROOCH, round mixed cut gemstones graduating in size from 6.5mm- 8.0mm in diameter, brooch measuring approximately 80.0mm in length, gemstones to include garnets, spinels and quartz, approximate gross weight 10.5 grams £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 137 A LATE 20TH CENTURY 14CT GOLD AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND DRESS RING, centring on an oval mixed cut aquamarine measuring approximately 10.0mm x 8.0mm, flanked by trefoil diamonds to each shoulder, estimated total diamond weight 0.25ct, ring size approximately M 1/2, approximate gross weight 4.9 grams £150 - £200 plus BP*

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Lot 139 A LATE 20TH CENTURY DIAMOND SINGLE STONE RING, a modern round brilliant cut diamond, claw set, estimated weight 1.13ct, colour assessed as K-L, clarity assessed as SI1-2, ring size N, stamped ‘18ct’, approximate gross weight 2.9 grams £1500 - £2000 plus BP*

Lot 140 Lot 140 A LATE 20TH CENTURY 18CT GOLD DIAMOND HALF ETERNITY RING, estimated total diamond weight approximately 0.85ct, colour assessed as I-J, clarity assessed as SI1-2, ring size approximately M, hallmarked 18ct gold, London, approximate gross weight 3.3 grams £250 - £350 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 141 A MID TO LATE 20TH CENTURY MIKIMOTO CULTURED PEARL BROOCH, foliate scroll form, measuring 3.95mm in diameter, cultured pearls graduating in size from 4.0mm to 6.2mm, stamped ‘Mikimoto Tokyo K14’, approximate gross weight 8.9 grams £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 142 A MID 20TH CENTURY MULTI GEMSTONE GOLD BRACELET, oval mixed cut gemstones graduating in size from 8.0mm x 7mm to 12.0mm x 8.0mm, to include sapphires, amethyst, citrine, zircon, garnet and spinel claw set to a curb link bracelet, measuring approximately 180mm in length, approximate gross weight 15.1 grams £400 - £600 plus BP*

Lot 143 Lot 143 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY PERIDOT AND SEED PEARL BELLE EPOQUE PENDANT, circular form centring on a seed pearl flower enclosed within a fine seed pearl border stamped ‘15c’, together with an associated fetter chain necklace, measuring 460mm in length, stamped ‘9ct’, approximate gross weight 10.6 grams £150 - £200 plus BP*

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Lot 145

Lot 144 Lot 144 A GEORGIAN GOLD RING, set with latter added Victorian blue enamelled disc with a pearl centre, shoulders decorated with white and black enamel and inlaid with gold swag and wreath detail, the ring is inscribed to the reverse ‘GD Obt 8th July 1793 Aged 2 Year’, ring size K, approximate gross weight 4.9 grams (condition: please note the central panel is a little loose in the setting, overall condition of the enamel good, one or two small chips) £300 - £400 plus BP* Lot 145 A MODERN 9CT GOLD LONG NECKLACE, designed as a chain of elephants, measuring 900mm in length, fitted to swivel clasp, hallmarked 9ct gold Birmingham, approximate gross weight 148.9 grams £1400 - £1600 plus BP*

Lot 146 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY DEAKIN & FRANCIS ROSE GOLD GATE BRACELET, six bar straight design, measuring approximately 180mm in length, fitted to a padlock and safety chain, hallmarked 9ct gold, stamped ‘D & F 9ct’, approximate gross weight 22.6 grams (condition: please note some of the bar panels are a little dented and out of shape) £150 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 147 Lot 147 A LATE 19TH CENTURY GOLD PORTRAIT MINIATURE, of an unknown gentleman in classical attire, oval shape measuring approximately 46.0mm x 40.0mm, hand painted on ivory backed on mother of pearl, enclosed within a plain rub over setting with further scroll engraved detail (condition: please note the portrait is a little crazed and the hook is out of shape) £150 - £200 plus BP*


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Lot 148 Lot 148 A MID VICTORIAN GOLD MEMORIAL BROOCH, blue enamel inlaid with floral seed pearl detail, oval shape with scalloped edge measuring approximately 41.0mm x 31.0mm, reverse glass panel complete with several intricately plated hair sections, inscribed ‘HJB July 8th 1841’ £120 - £180 plus BP*

Lot 149 Lot 149 A LATE 19TH CENTURY TO EARLY 20TH CENTURY GOLD SINGLE STONE DIAMOND RING, one old cushion diamond, estimated weight approximately 1.00ct, colour assessed as K-L, clarity assessed as I2, ring size R 1/2, approximate gross weight 2.5 grams £700 - £900 plus BP* Lot 150 A MODERN PLATINUM THREE STONE DIAMOND RING, estimated modern round brilliant cut weight 1.20ct, colour assessed as H-I, clarity assessed as VS1-SI2, ring size N 1/2, hallmarked platinum, London, sponsor mark H.C. Ltd (condition: please note there is a small chip to girdle to centre diamond) £900 - £1200 plus BP*

Lot 151 Lot 151 A MID VICTORIAN GOLD MEMORIAL CAMEO BROOCH, oval shell cameo depicting a winged cherub in a chariot driven by two horses, the reverse containing two locks of hair, engraved to the surround ‘Sir Thomas and Lady Dick Lauder 1841’, brooch measuring approximately 47.0mm x 39.0mm, approximate gross weight 19.3 grams (Sir Thomas Dick Lauder of Fountainhall was the 7th Baronet, FRSE FSA (scot) LLD was a Scottish author, he served as secretary to the Board of Manufactures (1839), on the Herring Fisheries Board, at The Royal Institution for the Encouragement of the Fine Arts) £400 - £600 plus BP* Lot 152 A VICTORIAN PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A DOG (POSSIBLY A POINTER), signed to the reverse ‘W. Essex 1862’, mounted in a gold navette shaped pierced design, enclosed within a seed pearl border, mounted on a later bar brooch, measuring approximately 74mm in length, stamped ‘18ct’, approximate gross weight 11.8 grams (condition: please note there is a small amount of damage to the portrait and the bar brooch is a latter fitting) £250 - £350 plus BP* Lot 153 A PROPELLING FOUNTAIN PEN BY SAMPSON AND MORDAN & CO, set with an amethyst, stamped ‘Warranted 14ct 1st quality’, measuring approximately 140mm maximum length £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Lot 154 A LATE GEORGIAN GOLD MEMORIAL RING, designed as a central circular banded agate cabochon, centre cabochon is of a hinged fitting which opens to reveal blonde plaited hair, flanked by circular amethysts to the tapered floral engraved shoulders, one amethyst chipped, with personal inscriptions, size H 1/2, approximate weight 3.3 grams (condition: overall good condition, aside from one of the amethysts being chipped, general discolouration in keeping with age) £150 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 155 Lot 155 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY 9CT GOLD SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND OVAL HINGED BANGLE, centring on a round cluster of sapphires and one old Swiss cut diamond, fancy applied bead and twist wire decoration, hallmarked 9ct gold, Chester 1931, maker’s mark ‘PP Ltd’, approximate gross weight 17.2 grams (condition: overall condition good, some very small pin head size dents) £300 - £400 plus BP* Lot 156 A MODERN 18CT GOLD LARGE SINGLE STONE DIAMOND RING, calculated modern round brilliant cut diamond weight 3.30ct, colour assessed as I-J, clarity assessed as I3, ring size N 1/2, hallmarked 18ct gold, Sheffield, approximate gross weight 4.9 grams £2200 - £2500 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 157 A LATE 20TH CENTURY 18CT WHITE GOLD EMERALD AND DIAMOND OVAL CLUSTER RING, oval mixed cut emerald measuring approximately 7.3mm x 4.9mm, estimated total modern round brilliant cut weight 0.30ct, colour assessed as G-H, clarity assessed as SI1-2, ring size O, import hallmarked 18ct gold, London, approximate gross weight 3.6 grams £150 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 158 Lot 158 A LATE 20TH CENTURY SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND FLORAL AND FOLIATE SPRAY BROOCH, measuring approximately 50mm in length, centring on an oval mixed cut dark blue sapphire, measuring approximately 6.0mm x 5.0mm, further set with single and modern round brilliant cut diamonds, estimated total weight 1.00ct, approximate gross weight 17.1grams £420 - £500 plus BP* Lot 159 A REGENCY OR EARLY VICTORIAN SEED PEARL DEMI PARURE, comprised of a necklet, ear pendants and brooch, ornate intricate scroll design, each composed of graduated seed pearl clusters sewn to mother of pearl plaques, together with original fitted case (condition: please note the ear pendant fittings are a later replacement, both the necklet and brooch a.f., seed pearls missing in places and the stitching is damaged, especially to the brooch) £220 - £320 plus BP*

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Lot 160 A MODERN 18CT WHITE GOLD DIAMOND LINE BRACELET, estimated modern round brilliant cut weight 3.20ct, colour assessed as M-N, clarity assessed as SI2-I1, measuring approximately 210mm in length, convention hallmarked 18ct gold, approximate gross weight 16.9 grams £600 - £800 plus BP* Lot 162 Lot 162 A VICTORIAN GOLD DIAMOND ‘UP FINGER’ RING, a marquise cluster of graduated old cushion and old mine cut diamonds, estimated diamond total weight 1.50ct, colour assessed as I-J, clarity assessed as SI1-SI2, carved scroll split shoulders, pierced gallery setting, ring size O, stamped ‘18ct’, approximate gross weight 6.3 grams £800 - £1200 plus BP*

Lot 161 Lot 161 A MODERN 18CT GOLD SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND PENDANT, a greenish yellow triangular cut sapphire (assessed as sapphire), measuring approximately 11.0mm in diameter, suspended from four modern round brilliant cut diamonds from a trilliant cut diamond, trilliant cut diamond weight estimated 0.60ct, colour assessed as H-I, clarity assessed as SI1-SI2, smaller modern round brilliant cut weight approximately 0.40ct, pendant together with a white gold angle filled trace link chain, measuring approximately 440mm in length, convention hallmarked 18ct gold, Birmingham, approximate gross weight 11.4 grams £400 - £600 plus BP*

Lot 163 A VICTORIAN GOLD RUBY, PEARL AND DIAMOND CRESCENT BAR BROOCH, crescent comprised of graduated oval mixed cut rubies and old Swiss cut diamonds with a pearl centre, each end of the bar terminated by a further round mixed cut ruby, estimated total diamond weight 0.25ct, brooch measuring approximately 45.0mm in length, approximate gross weight 6.7 grams £300 - £400 plus BP*


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Lot 164 Lot 164 A PAIR OF MID VICTORIAN CAMEO EAR PENDANTS, two shell cameo depicting different adaptations of Hebe feeding the Eagle of Zeus, fine cannetile decoration with applied bead and wire work detail, these ear pendants were previously dress clips which been later converted to ear pendants with later ear hook wires, cameo dress clips circa 1860, measuring approximately 47mm in length, approximate gross weight 11.2 grams £400 - £600 plus BP* Lot 165 A LATE 20TH CENTURY SOUTH SEA CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE, white cultured pearls graduating in size from 9.7mm 13.5mm in diameter, strung knotted to round push in style ball clasp, stamped ‘585’, measuring approximately 500mm in length, approximate weight 108.5 grams £800 - £1200 plus BP*

Lot 166 Lot 166 A LATE 20TH CENTURY AKOYA CULTURED PEARL NECKLET, cultured pearls uniform in size, measuring an average diameter of 7.5mm, rich cream in colour, good lustre with moderate surface blemishes, strung knotted to an amethyst and diamond single row bow style clasp, stamped ‘9K’, necklace measuring approximately 38.0mm in length, approximate gross weight 29.9 grams £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 171 Lot 167 A 19TH CENTURY HARD STONE OVAL CAMEO RING, hard stone cameo depicting a maiden in profile, fitted to a possibly later ring mount, with indistinct foreign marks to the outer side shank, ring size O 1/2, approximate gross weight 5.3 grams £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 168 Lot 168 A LATE 20TH CENTURY DIAMOND SINGLE STONE RING, estimated modern round brilliant cut weight 1.00ct, colour assessed as M-N, clarity assessed as I1-I2, ring size K, approximate gross weight 3.0 grams £600 - £800 plus BP*

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Lot 169 A MODERN PLATINUM SINGLE STONE RING, estimated diamond weight 0.50ct, colour assessed as K-L, clarity assessed as SI1-2, ring size M, hallmarked Platinum, Birmingham, approximate gross weight 2.8 grams £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 170 A MID TO LATE 20TH CENTURY AMETHYST FRINGE STYLE NECKLET, comprised of five oval mixed cut amethysts measuring approximately 10.0mm x 8.0mm, necklet measuring approximately 400mm in length, stamped ‘9ct’, approximate gross weight 9.9 grams £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 171 A MODERN FANCY CENTRE PIECE NECKLET, comprised of a blue and white paste set oval cluster with further white paste set links, necklet measuring approximately 460mm in length, Italian control for 18ct, approximate gross weight 21.3 grams £550 - £650 plus BP*

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Lot 172 Lot 172 A THREE ROW GRADUATED NATURAL SEAWATER PEARL NECKLACE, measuring approximately 380mm in length, pearls graduating in size from 3.7mm to 4.8mm in diameter, together with a pearl grading report from Gemmological Certificate Service stating the pearls to be ‘Natural Seawater’, strung knotted to a pearl and diamond flower shape three row clasp, centring on an old cushion cut diamond, estimated weight approximately 0.75ct, colour assessed as F-G, clarity assessed as VS1-2, approximate gross weight 33.5 grams £5500 - £7500 plus BP*

Lot 173 Lot 173 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY GOLD AQUAMARINE, PERIDOT AND SPLIT PEARL BROOCH, open work design, measuring approximately 23mm in length, approximate gross weight 8.5 grams (condition: please note the pin is deficient along with the later safety chain) £250 - £350 plus BP*

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Lot 174 Lot 174 A MODERN SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND OVAL CLUSTER RING, centring an oval mixed cut dark sapphire measuring approximately 6.5mm x 4.7mm, estimated total modern round brilliant cut weight 1.20ct, colour assessed as I-J, clarity assessed as SI1-I1, ring size S 1/2, stamped ‘750’, approximate gross weight 7.1 grams £300 - £400 plus BP* Lot 175 A MODERN TANZANITE AND DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, centring on an oval mixed cut tanzanite measuring 9.7mm x 7.3mm, two trap cut diamonds, estimated total weight 0.15ct, colour assessed as G-H, clarity assessed as VS1-VS2, ring size l 1/2, stamped ‘K18’, approximate gross weight 5.0 grams (condition: please note the tanzanite has slight table wear to the facet edges) £300 - £400 plus BP*

Lot 176 Lot 176 A MODERN FULL DIAMOND ETERNITY RING, two rows of modern round brilliant cut diamonds claw set, estimated total modern round brilliant cut weight 2.00ct, colour assessed as H-J, clarity assessed as SI2-I1, ring size M, stamped ‘14K’, approximate gross weight 6.8 grams £400 - £500 plus BP* Lot 177 A MODERN PAIR OF TANZANITE AND DIAMOND OVAL HOOP STYLE EARRINGS, clip and post fittings, tanzanites measuring approximately 6.0mm x 4.0mm, estimated modern round brilliant cut diamond weight 0.40ct, stamped ‘14K’, approximate gross weight 6.4 grams £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 178 Lot 178 A MODERN TANZANITE AND DIAMOND COLLAR, centring on an emerald cut tanzanite measuring approximately 15.0mm x 11.00mm x 6.7mm, calculated weight 9.12ct, flanked by trap cut diamonds totalling approximately 0.70ct, colour assessed as G-H, clarity assessed as VS1-2, flat snake link necklet, stamped ‘750 18K’, approximate gross weight 40.9 grams £1000 - £1500 plus BP*


WATCHES


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 179 A MID TO LATE 20TH CENTURY 9CT GOLD LADIES OMEGA WRISTWATCH, round dial measuring approximately 19mm in diameter, silvered dial signed Omega, manual hand wound movement, fitted to the original integral mesh style bracelet, hallmarked 9ct gold, approximate gross weight 23.1 grams £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 180 A MODERN 9CT GOLD LADIES LONGINES WRISTWATCH, circular case measuring 20mm in diameter, white dial signed ‘Longines Quartz Presence’, quartz movement, fitted to the integral original panther style bracelet, convention hallmarked 9ct gold, approximate gross weight 20.2 grams £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 181 Lot 181 AN EARLY 18CT GOLD DENT OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, white enamel dial, enamel dial signed ‘Dent 61 Strand and Royal Exchange London 58074’, subsidiary seconds sweep dial at six o’clock position, keyless wound, temperature compensated balance and Breguet over coil, measuring approximately 47mm in diameter, presentation inscription to the outer case, hallmarked 18ct gold, London 1912, maker’s mark JW & Co, approximate gross weight 92.8 grams £400 - £600 plus BP*

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Lot 179 Lot 182 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY 18CT GOLD SMALL OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, white gold inlaid, enamel dial unsigned, watch measuring approximately 35mm in diameter, case fully engraved in a foliate and floral pattern, keyless hand wound movement, import hallmarked 18ct gold, London 1907, maker’s mark ‘LW’, approximate gross weight 33.4 grams £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 183 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY 18CT GOLD FULL HUNTER POCKET WATCH, unsigned white enamel dial, with a subsidiary seconds dial, blue steeled hands, mechanical hand wound movement, hallmarked 18ct gold, London 1910, together with a 9ct gold single open curb link Albert chain with a T-bar and swivel clasp, approximate gross weight 131.2 grams (condition: please note there is a hairline crack to the dial) £400 - £600 plus BP* Lot 184 A MID TO LATE 20TH CENTURY GENT’S BULOVA WRISTWATCH, round case with silvered dial, date window at three o’clock position, dial signed ‘Bulova’, seventeen jewel automatic movement, Swiss control marks for 18ct gold to the case, fitted to a non-original black leather strap and gold-plated tang Bulova buckle, together with a Bulova watch case £300 - £400 plus BP*

Lot 185 Lot 185 A LATE 20TH CENTURY BAUME AND MERCIER RIVIERA STAINLESS STEEL WRISTWATCH, blue dial with date window at six o’clock position, Roman numerals, Automatic movement, blue crocodile strap with fold over deployment buckle, together with original Baume and Mercier case and papers £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 186 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY GOLD HALF HUNTER POCKET WATCH, white enamel dial signed J.G. Graves, Sheffield, black Roman numerals and gold hands, outer gold case fully engraved and an outer case enamelled chapter ring, hand wound mechanical movement, Swiss control marks for 18ct gold and stamped ‘18K’, pocket watch measuring approximately 36.0mm in diameter £80 - £120 plus BP*


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Lot 187 Lot 187 A 9CT GOLD LADIES OMEGA WRISTWATCH, round dial measuring 19.0mm in diameter, gold dial signed Omega, black hands and gold baton hour markers, mechanical hand wound movement, fitted to the original integral mesh style bracelet, measuring approximately 175mm in length, circa 1960, hallmarked 9ct gold, approximate gross weight 23.5 grams £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 188 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY GOLD SWISS QUARTER REPEATING FULL HUNTER POCKET WATCH, case measuring approximately 55.0mm in diameter, textured gold dial with Arabic numerals, blue steeled hands and subsidiary dial at six o’clock position, inner case inscribed ‘Grande Diplome D’Honneur Werner Turler Lucerne Expositions Unniverselles Paris 1900-Liege 1905, Repetition a Minutes No.220739’, hand wound mechanical movement stamped ‘18K’, together with a single platinum and gold Albert chain, which is stamped ‘18ct’, maker’s mark JG & S, approximate gross weight 106.0 grams (condition: please note the main spring is broken, the glass is missing and the dial is worn this making the signature to the dial illegible) £800 - £1200 plus BP*

Lot 189 Lot 189 A MID TO LATE 20TH CENTURY TUDOR PRINCE OYSTER DATE SUBMARINER WRISTWATCH, stainless steel, twenty-five jewel automatic movement (eta 2784 calibre) case No.798169, fitted to the original steel Oyster bracelet, together with original guarantee dated 1975 and Rolex service guarantee paperwork (condition: please note date bubble and glass very scratched and the dial shows wear deterioration, this watch is working but requires servicing) £700 - £800 plus BP*

Lot 190 Lot 190 A GENT’S ROLEX OYSTER PERPETUAL AIR KING PRECISION WRISTWATCH, in stainless steel, silver dial with stainless steel hour markers and steel hands, twenty-six jewelled automatic movement, calibre No.1530, model No.5500, serial No.111958, together with original Oyster stainless steel bracelet (condition: this watch is in good overall condition, however the bracelet is petite in size) £700 - £800 plus BP*

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Lot 191 TWO WRISTWATCHES, to include a gent’s Omega Dynamic Geneve in stainless steel, silvered dial with blue chapter ring, baton dial and date, automatic movement fitted to original bracelet and a mid to late 20th Century Seiko gent’s wristwatch, there is a mark to the blue chapter ring at the six o’clock position, the Seiko wristwatch the glass is very scratched (2) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 192 A MID TO LATE 20TH CENTURY GOLD PLATED GENT’S OMEGA WRISTWATCH, cushion shape dial, gold dial with baton style hour markers, date window at three o’clock position, automatic movement, fitted to original gold plated bracelet (condition: please note the bracelet’s gold plating is quite worn) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 193 Lot 193 A MID TO LATE 20TH CENTURY 9CT GOLD GENT’S UNO WRISTWATCH, cream dial with Arabic numerals, Quartz movement, fitted to a later nonoriginal leather strap, case hallmarked 9ct gold £40 - £60 plus BP*

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Lot 194 Lot 194 AN 18CT GOLD OMEGA TEAK WRISTWATCH, designed by Andrew Grima as part of the ‘About Time’ Collection, cushion shaped case heavily bark textured finish bezel, measuring approximately 38.7mm x 36.0mm, textured gold dial with black hands and baton hour markers, the dial submerged behind a quartz gemstone crystal twenty-four jewelled automatic movement, calibre No.711.24, fitted to the original integral wide mesh style bracelet, concealed clasp with Omega logo signed ‘A.GRIMA’, numbered 811.1011.BB589, stamped ‘750’ with Swiss control marks for 18ct gold, circa 1970, approximate gross weight 129.6 grams (Omega commissioned Andrew Grima to create a collection of watches, a highly aesthetic futuristic collection ‘About Time’, possibly the most important and one of the most eye catching collections ever made, no matter what its original form this would be the focus of the design and creation, the collection comprised of nearly sixty designs all with accompanying matching jewellery pieces, Grima was quoted as saying this collection was one of the greatest challenges of my life) (condition: overall condition very good, aside from some wear and to the mesh bracelet either side of the case, some repair work evident to the bracelet) £4000 - £6000 plus BP*

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Lot 195 A 19TH CENTURY TO EARLY 20TH CENTURY LARGE DECORATIVE POCKET WATCH KEY COLLECTION, to include many various designs, gilt, silver and gold plated, examples to include swivel keys with hard stones such as bloodstones and carnelians, banded agates, chalcedonies, amethysts and glass, to include Breguet rachet style, an axe, whistle, teapot and fox head and many other assorted designs, sixtyone pocket watch keys in total £300 - £500 plus BP*


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Lot 196 Lot 196 A GEORGE III SILVER RECTANGULAR VINAIGRETTE, the hinged cover inset with a goldstone panel, gilt interior with filigree heart and scroll grille, maker Matthew Linwood, Birmingham 1811, approximately 2.8cm x 2cm x 1.3cm, approximate weight 0.6ozt, 19 grams, together with a George III silver gilt shaped rectangular vinaigrette, the hinged cover engine turned with chased foliate border, the base engine turned, lattice pierced grille, maker Matthew Linwood, Birmingham 1816, approximately 3cm x 2.2cm x 1cm, approximate weight 0.6ozt, 19 grams (2) (condition: both in overall fair condition, front of goldstone example has slight dints to front edge of cover, goldstone has little pitted patches to both sides, the silver gilt example has some wear to the gilding on high points and tarnished patches, especially to the marks) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 197 A GEORGE III SILVER RECTANGULAR VINAIGRETTE, the hinged cover and base with wiggle work and engraved lattice decoration, gilt interior with foliate pierced grille, remnants of sponge, maker Thomas Phipps & Edward Robinson, London 1803, approximately 4.3cm x 3.3cm x 0.5cm, approximate weight 1.1ozt, 35 grams (condition: overall good condition, marks generally clear, closes flush) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Lot 199 Lot 198 A GEORGE III SILVER SHAPED RECTANGULAR VINAIGRETTE, wiggle work and engraved decoration, hinged cover, gilt interior, the plain grille of holes punched in a lozenge design, maker Thomas Willmore, Birmingham 1799, approximately 3.1cm x 2.2cm x 1.2cm, approximate weight 0.5ozt, 17 grams, together with a Victorian silver vinaigrette of wavy oval form, foliate engraved front and back, the centre named ‘M. Jackson’, fitted with a loop, hinged cover opens to reveal worn gilt interior, foliate pierced grille, remnants of sponge, maker probably James Fenton, Birmingham 1869, approximately 3.1cm x 2.3cm x 0.8cm, approximate weight 0.3ozt, 10 grams (2) (condition: Willmore vinaigrette has very slight wear to engraved decoration, the oval vinaigrette has worn gilding and no resistance in hinges) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 199 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY SILVER NOVELTY VINAIGRETTE, in the form of a bag or purse, with hinged twisted handle loop, foliate engraved and wiggle work decoration, blind rectangular cartouche, the hinged top revealing gilt interior, foliate pierced grille and remnants of sponge, maker’s mark indistinct, possibly Gervase Wheeler, Birmingham, no date letter visible, approximately 3.5cm x 2.7cm x 0.7cm, approximate weight 0.2ozt, 9 grams (condition: marks poor, gilding worn, some slight wear to engraving, no resistance in hinges) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 202 Lot 200 A GEORGE III SILVER VINAIGRETTE, of rectangular form, ribbed and engraved exterior, blind rectangular cartouche, gilt interior, foliate scroll pierced grille, maker Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1818, approximately 3.5cm x 2.4cm x 0.7cm, approximate weight 0.5ozt, 15 grams (condition: marks are not crisp, some gilding loss and polish residue to interior) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 201 A WILLIAM IV SILVER VINAIGRETTE, of watch case form, engine turned decoration, fitted with barrel shaped ‘winder’ loop and ring attachment, gilt interior, the plain grille with punched holes, maker JL (John Lawrence & Co or John Lily), Birmingham 1832, diameter 2.2cm x depth 0.5cm x overall height including ring 3.2cm, approximate weight 0.1ozt, 5.4 grams (condition: slight wear to engraving, some marks slightly illegible) £80 - £100 plus BP* Lot 202 A GEORGE IV SILVER GILT VINAIGRETTE, of watch case form, front and back engine turned centre, surrounded with chased foliate border, the five flower heads inset with turquoise cabochons, foliate loop and ring, gilt interior, foliate pierced grille, maker’s Lawrence & Co, Birmingham 1822, diameter 3cm x depth 1.3cm x overall height including ring 4.5cm, approximate weight 0.5ozt, 16 grams (condition: some slight wear to gilding, cover hinge wobbles, some marks are slightly rubbed) £150 - £200 plus BP*


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 203 A GEORGE IV SILVER GILT VINAIGRETTE, of rectangular form, front and back with engine turned decoration surrounded by a chased floral border, the cover engraved ‘Marie’, ribbed sides, gilt interior with foliate scroll pierced grille, maker initials T.S, Birmingham 1826, approximately 3.7cm x 2.6cm x 1cm, approximate weight 0.9ozt, 28 grams (condition: very slight rubbing of gilding on high points, cover hinge has no resistance) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 204 A VICTORIAN SILVER NOVELTY VINAIGRETTE, of egg shape, the hinge cover fitted with a loop and stamped to back of hinge ‘Ortner & Houle 3, St. James Street’, gilt interior with geometric and scroll pierced grille, maker William Henry Dee, London 1870, height including loop 4.5cm x diameter 2.2cm, approximate weight 0.6ozt, 18 grams (condition: surface scratches, tip of egg has small dent, slight crease/deep scratch and another small dint on bottom section) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 205 A WILLIAM IV SILVER NOVELTY VINAIGRETTE, of book form, engine turned decoration, blind rectangular cartouche, gilt interior, foliate pierced grille, maker’s Taylor & Perry, Birmingham 1835, approximately 3.4cm x 2.1cm x 0.7cm, approximate weight 0.5ozt, 15 grams (condition: generally good, slight wear to engraving, marks have partial wear) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 206 Lot 206 A VICTORIAN SILVER NOVELTY VINAIGRETTE, of book form, foliate engraved decoration to exterior, blind rectangular cartouche, gilt interior, foliate pierced grille, maker Edward Smith, Birmingham 1845, approximately 3.2cm x 2.1cm x 0.7cm, approximate weight 0.4ozt, 13 grams (condition: not closing flush, marks fairly clear, some scratches to interior) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 207 Lot 207 A GEORGE IV SILVER GILT VINAIGRETTE, of rectangular form, engraved initials ‘A.W.’ to rectangular cartouche, engine turned decoration with chased foliate border to back and front, gilt interior flower head and foliate scroll pierced grille, maker initials T.S, possibly Thomas Shaw, Birmingham 1823, approximately 3.7cm x 2.6cm x 1.2cm, approximate weight 0.9ozt, 28 grams (condition: not closing flush, cover not opening quite far enough as not easy to open grille fully, slight wear to gilding, dent to bottom left hand corner, marks slightly rubbed) £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 208 Lot 208 A GEORGE III SILVER NOVELTY VINAIGRETTE, of padlock form, the cover engraved with foliate scrolls and escutcheon, the base with circular motifs, gilt interior, the grille with fruit and leaf engraved design and punched holes, maker’s Lea & Clarke, Birmingham 1818, approximately 3.2cm x 2.6cm x 0.8cm, approximate weight 0.2ozt, 7.7 grams (condition: sticker residue on back of vinaigrette, cover not closing completely flush, cover also a bit mishapen around edges, grille pops up slightly so not closing completely flush, some gilding wear and sacratches to interior, has hand written label saying bought from Delieb, Silver Vaults 1960) £200 - £300 plus BP*

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Lot 209 Lot 209 TWO GEORGE III SILVER VINAIGRETTES, of octagonal form, one with deep lattice engraved decoration to the cover, the base with ‘Esteem The Giver RB to AES’ within an engraved border, gilt interior with plain grille with punched holes in a circular design, with sponge, maker Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1803, approximately 2cm width x 0.8cm depth, approximate weight 0.2ozt, 6 grams and the other with wiggle work borders, gilt interior, plain grille with lozenge shaped punched design, maker’s Cocks & Bettridge, Birmingham 1804, approximately 2cm width x 1.1cm depth, approximate weight 0.2ozt, 7 grams (2) (condition: marks to both slightly rubbed, cover of second has no resistance to hinge, the first has tarnished interior, both covers closing flush) £120 - £180 plus BP* Lot 210 A GEORGE III SILVER VINAIGRETTE, of rectangular form, the hinged cover engraved with ears of corn, the base engraved ‘M.M’, gilt interior, plain grille with circular holes punched in the form of a lozenge, with sponge, maker Matthew Linwood, Birmingham 1812, approximately 2.1cm x 1.7cm x 0.9cm, approximate weight 0.2ozt, 7.7 grams, together with a George III silver vinaigrette of shaped rectangular form, wiggle work engraved decoration, concave base, gilt interior, the plain grille with lozenge shaped punches in a flower head design, maker Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1807, with sponge, approximately 3cm x 2.2cm x 0.9cm, approximate weight 0.4ozt, 12 grams (2) (condition: Matthew Linwood example, the cover not closing flush, marks partially rubbed, Samuel Pemberton example minor dints on one corner, no resistance to hinge, slight wear to gilding) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 211 A GEORGE III SILVER NUTMEG GRATER, of plain egg form, maker Samuel Meriton II, all other hallmarks erased, length 4.5cm x diameter 2.9cm, approximate weight 0.6ozt, 21 grams (condition: marks totally rubbed on base, SM inside cover, closes flush, some dints throughout) £100 - £150 plus BP*

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Lot 212 Lot 212 A GEORGE III SILVER JOCKEY’S CAP CADDY SPOON, pricked and bright cut decoration, maker’s initials I.T, possibly Joseph Taylor, Birmingham 1798, length 5cm, approximate weight 0.2ozt, 7.7 grams (condition: marks good, minor dints around brim of cap) £120 - £180 plus BP* Lot 213 A GEORGE III SILVER NUTMEG GRATER, of scallop shell form, hinged cover opens to reveal the lift out grater, maker Joseph Willmore, Birmingham circa 1815 (date letter partially rubbed), approximately 4.7cm x 3.1cm x 2.4cm, including grater approximate weight 1.3ozt, 43 grams (condition: gilding good but tarnished inside cover, inside base gilding worn, cover not closing flush, marks not clear) £150 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 214 Lot 214 A VICTORIAN SILVER SAMPSON MORDAN & CO COMBINATION VINAIGRETTE, SNUFF BOX AND PERFUME FLASK, of barrel form, with suspension loop and chains, the screw off cover with cork stopper, the hinged lids either end with gilt interiors, the vinaigrette end also stamped ‘S. MORDAN & CO LONDON’, foliate scroll pierced and engraved grille, London 1871, approximately 5cm x 4cm x 2.1cm, approximate weight 1.8ozt, 58 grams (condition: cover has cork bung exposed, a section of chain is attached to the cover but not connected to the suspension loop, there are collections of polish and dirt to ribbed bands, vinaigrette end not closing completely flush, there are three small dints to the main body and a small circular mark that may be a repair) £200 - £300 plus BP*


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Lot 215 Lot 215 A VICTORIAN SILVER GILT SAMPSON MORDAN & CO COMBINATION VINAIGRETTE AND PERFUME FLASK, of hunting horn form, circular hinged cover with engraved monogram opening to reveal gilt interior, the cover with registration diamond and stamped ‘S. MORDAN & CO LONDON’, foliate pierced and engraved grille, the horn and screw fitting perfume flask cover with chains and suspension loop, London 1872, approximately 8cm long measuring end to end, approximate weight 1.2ozt, 38 grams (condition: engraved monogram to cover, wear to gilding on high parts, large dent to back edge of horn, vinaigrette cover not closing flush) £120 - £180 plus BP* Lot 216 A VICTORIAN SILVER SAMPSON MORDAN & CO COMBINATION VINAIGRETTE AND PERFUME FLASK, of horn form, circular hinged cover with engraved monogram opening to reveal gilt interior, the cover with registration diamond and stamped ‘S. MORDAN & CO LONDON’, foliate scroll pierced and engraved grille, lacks perfume flask cover or bung (no sign of screw fitting inside end), with section of chain for cover and differing chain with loop to horn, London 1872, approximately 10cm long measuring end to end, approximate weight 2.2ozt, 71 grams (condition: vinaigrette cover fitting loosely and has dents around the rim, dents to flask on the back edge, gilding slightly worn, possible replacement chain, the other damaged) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 217 A VICTORIAN SILVER HEART SHAPED VINAIGRETTE, with suspension loop and short chain, the heart engraved with foliate scrolls and blind shield cartouche, the hinged lid with gilt interior, the grille with foliate pierced and engraved decoration, maker Frederick Marson, Birmingham 1875, length including chain 7.5cm x width 3.5cm, approximate weight 0.7ozt, 22 grams (condition: maker’s mark rubbed, other marks partial rubbing, tiny dints to point of heart, grille slightly bowed) £120 - £180 plus BP*

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Lot 218 Lot 218 A GEORGE III SILVER CADDY SPOON, on a short coral handle, the shovel shaped bowl engraved to the reverse with cockerel crest and motto, maker George Knight, London 1817, length 7.5cm, together with a George III silver caddy spoon, on a mother of pearl handle, shovel shaped bowl with acorn and oak leaf decoration, maker William Pugh, Birmingham 1808, length 9.5cm (2) (condition: coral handled spoon has repaired split to top edge, a few dints/creases around scoop edge, the other spoon has largely rubbed marks, split at back of handle where mother of pearl joins the spoon) £60 - £100 plus BP* Lot 219 A VICTORIAN SAMPSON MORDAN & CO SILVER GILT AND RUBY GLASS COMBINATION PERFUME BOTTLE AND VINAIGRETTE, foliate engraved decoration to the covers, both inner covers stamped ‘S. MORDAN & CO’, the vinaigrette with foliate pierced and engraved grille, with sponge, London 1867, height 9.5cm (condition: lacks inner glass stopper, some wear to gilding, especially to base/vinaigrette, tiny chip to a front edge of bottle and a scratch on front, flask cover spring opening mechanism in working order but not closing completely flush) £100 - £150 plus BP*

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Lot 220 Lot 220 A VICTORIAN SILVER SNUFF BOX, of wavy rectangular outline, the raised relief hinged cover depicting two greyhounds chasing a hare with village church, horse drawn ploughing scene, cottages and hills to distance, with a floral border, the base engraved with ‘A JUST TRIBUTE of respect to Mr. John Hardy Senr FROM TWO OLD Coursing Friends’, engine turned surround, the sides foliate scroll engraved gilt interior, maker Edward Smith, Birmingham 1843, approximately 8cm x 5cm x 2cm, approximate weight 4ozt, 126 grams (condition: overall condition is good, small amount of wear to engine turning on base, gilding good, two indentations visible to interior of cover but nothing corresponds on front) £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 221 A VICTORIAN SILVER SNUFF BOX, of wavy rectangular outline, the hinged cover engraved with a duck flying over tree lined water, engine turned and foliate scroll border, engine turned sides, the base engraved with floral sprays around an oval, gilt interior, maker Frederick Marson, Birmingham 1863, approximately 8.8cm x 6cm x 2cm, approximate weight 4.4ozt, 136 grams £150 - £200 plus BP*

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Lot 222 Lot 222 A GEORGE III SILVER SNUFF BOX, of walking cane top shape, the hinged domed top engraved with monogram surrounded by engraved swags and pendants, with zig zag engraved borders to rim and base, the base with a band of floral swags and husks, maker WS, London 1809, height 5.5cm x max diameter 3.5cm, approximate weight 1.2ozt, 37 grams (condition: marks have partial rubbing, some dents around bulbous part of cover) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 223 A VICTORIAN SILVER OVAL VINAIGRETTE, the hinged cover and base engraved with foliate scrolls, the sides ribbed, gilt interior with foliate pierced and engraved grille, maker John Tongue, Birmingham 1842, oval approximately 4.7cm x 4cm x 2.1cm, approximate weight 1.2ozt, 38 grams, together with a Victorian silver snuff box of wavy rectangular form, engine turned decoration with presentation inscription to hinged cover, the interior heavily scratched, maker George Unite, Birmingham 1860, approximately 7cm x 4.5cm x 1.5cm, approximate weight 2.1ozt, 68 grams (2) (condition: vinaigrette has dint to the right hand side, the snuff box has very light wear to the engine turning, interior heavily scratched, some marks are partially obscured, cover not closing completely flush) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 224 A GEORGE III SILVER SNUFF BOX, of canted rectangular form, bright cut engraved, the hinged cover with engraved monogram to the centre, gilt interior, maker Thomas Willmore, Birmingham 1796, approximately 6.4cm x 4cm x 1.5cm, approximate weight 1.6ozt, 50 grams, together with a George III silver vinaigrette of banded cylindrical form, domed pull off cover, plain dome pierced gilt grille and gilt interior, maker’s mark rubbed, London 1819, height approximately 2.5cm (2) (condition: snuff box has dents and wear, the vinaigrette has splits to the pull off base, marks have been partially rubbed) £80 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 225 Lot 225 A GEORGE III SILVER CADDY SPOON, bright cut foliate engraved handle and engraved initial ‘C’, maker IT, Birmingham 1801, length approximately 7cm and another George III silver caddy spoon, with pierced and bright cut bowl, engraved handle and initialled ‘E.M.W.’, maker IT Birmingham 1814, length approximately 8.5cm, approximate gross weight 0.4ozt, 14 grams, together with a George III rectangular vinaigrette, applied rose to hinged bright cut cover, worn gilt interior, silver scrolled grille, maker John Bettridge, Birmingham 1818, approximately 3.4cm x 2.5cm x 0.9cm, approximate weight 0.4ozt, 14 grams (3) (condition: vinaigrette is much used and has areas of wear to the engraving, the interior has very little gilding left, grille needs lifting out with the help of a tool, the 1801 caddy spoon has some nicks/dints to the rims) £80 - £120 plus BP*


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Lot 227

Lot 226 Lot 226 A GEORGE II / III SILVER NUTMEG GRATER, of egg form, lacks grater, screw cover, bears maker’s marks for David (Daniel) Field to interior of cover and base only, length approximately 3.5cm, approximate weight 0.3ozt, 9 grams (condition: small patches of sticky residue to exterior, cover has a cluster of dents) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 227 A GEORGE III SILVER CIRCULAR VINAIGRETTE, the pull off cover with bright cut foliate decoration and dotted bands gilt interior, plain grille, stamped with maker’s mark for Samuel Pemberton only, diameter 2cm x height 1.2cm, approximate weight 0.2ozt, 7.4 grams, together with another George III silver octagonal vinaigrette, plain interior, hinged cover enclosing gilt interior, plain grille, maker Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1799, approximately 2cm x 1.2cm (2) (condition: both vinaigrettes in fair condition, the circular example has a sticker on the base, the octagonal example with a small dint to cover rim) £120 - £180 plus BP* Lot 228 THREE GEORGE III/WILLIAM IV SMALL SILVER RECTANGULAR VINAIGRETTES, all three with foliate engraved and pricked cases, comprising one with initials ‘D.H’ to cover, gilt interior, foliate pierced and engraved grille, maker Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1797, approximately 2.2cm x 1.2cm x 0.6cm, approximate weight 0.2ozt, 6.3 grams, the next with blind oval cartouche to hinged cover, with sponge, maker TS, Birmingham 1834, the third engraved ‘Ada’ to the hinged cover which opens to reveal a gilt interior and scrolled in relief grille, maker TS, Birmingham 1831 (3) (condition: all three in similar fair condition, some light wear to engraving, covers not closing to flush, some tarnish to gilding, a few small dints, knocks to rims) £150 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 228 Lot 229 A GEORGE III SILVER VINAIGRETTE, of curved and canted rectangular form, with pin prick decoration, gilt interior, the plain grille with lozenge shaped holes, remnants of sponge, maker Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1807, approximately 2.5cm x 1.9cm x 0.8cm, approximate weight 0.2ozt, 9 grams, together with a William IV silver rectangular vinaigrette, engraved decoration, gilt interior with scrolled in relief grille, maker TS, Birmingham circa 1837, approximately 3cm x 2cm x 0.9cm, approximate weight 0.4ozt, 13 grams (2) (condition: George III vinaigrette has worn decoration and small dents to outer case, William IV vinaigrette cover is slightly off centre and doesn’t close tightly, date letter is tarnished, grille hinge has no resistance) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 230 Lot 230 A GEORGE III SILVER RECTANGULAR VINAIGRETTE, ribbed decoration with cartouche engraved ‘MW’, the gilt interior with ornate heart shaped grille, maker William Parker, London 1818, approximately 4.7cm x 3.5cm x 0.9cm, approximate weight 1.1ozt, 36 grams, together with a George III silver etui case vinaigrette, lacks grille, bright cut foliate decoration, maker Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1794, height approximately 4.7cm, approximate weight 0.4ozt, 12 grams (2) (condition: vinaigrette covers are only slightly worn, some scratching/tarnish to inside of base, etui vinaigrette lacks grille, lock works but doesn’t spring open) £100 - £150 plus BP*

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Lot 232

Lot 234

Lot 231 TWO VICTORIAN SILVER VINAIGRETTES, of wavy rectangular form, one engraved with foliate scrolls and with loop attachment, engraved initials to the hinged cover, gilt interior with foliate scroll pierced and engraved grille, maker Edward Smith, Birmingham 1850, approximately 5cm x 2.2cm x 0.9cm, approximate weight 0.7ozt, 22 grams, the other also maker Edward Smith, with engine turned decoration, blind cartouche, gilt interior with foliate scroll pierced and engraved grille, Birmingham 1849, approximately 3.8cm x 2.5cm x 0.9cm, approximate weight 0.6ozt, 21 grams (2) (condition: the first vinaigrette has traces of gilding to the exterior, the cover hinge has no resistance, the second vinaigrette has worn gilding to the grille, the grille is tight to open) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 234 THREE 19TH CENTURY SILVER RECTANGULAR VINAIGRETTES, comprising a George III example with Greek Key pin pricked decoration, gilt interior with filigree grille (broken hinge), maker Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1805, approximately 3.9cm x 2.8cm x 0.7cm, approximate weight 0.7ozt, 21 grams, another with engraved lozenge and quatrefoil decoration, worn initials to cover, gilt interior, the pierced grille with cornucopia and floral decoration, makers William Pugh, Birmingham 1811, approximately 4cm x 2.6cm x 0.9cm, approximate weight 0.7ozt, 22 grams and the third has loop attached with foliate scroll engraved decoration and shield cartouche with initials (split) gilt interior, the engraved grille with holes, maker’s Wheeler & Cronin, Birmingham 1843, approximately 3.1cm x 2cm x 0.8cm, approximate weight 0.3ozt, 9.3 grams (3) (condition: all three are well used and have damage in some form, split top, broken hinge, thinning and dented) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 232 A VICTORIAN CLEAR GLASS FACET CUT SCENT FLASK, of horn form, with gilt metal mounts, chain and loop fastening, length tip to tip 9cm, together with another Victorian clear moulded glass scent flask, the screw cover stamped Sterling, length tip to tip 10cm, a Victorian ruby glass scent flask of horn shape with white metal mounts (split) and with chain and loop attached, length 5.5cm and a Victorian silver barrel shaped scent flask, foliate engraved decoration, screw cover enclosing cork bung, maker Samuel Elijah Culver, London 1881, length 3.9cm, registration diamond to one end (4) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 233 TWO GEORGE III SILVER PLAIN RECTANGULAR VINAIGRETTES, one with engraved initials to the cover, gilt interior, plain grille with floral pierced holes, maker Thomas Willmore, Birmingham 1801, approximately 3.3cm x 2.3cm x 1.1cm, approximate weight 0.7ozt, 22 grams and the other engraved ‘Presented To Miss Welch’, worn gilt interior, plain grille, makers Thomas Phipps & Edward Robinson, London 1799, approximately 3.6cm x 2.3cm x 1cm, approximate weight 0.8ozt, 26 grams (2) (condition: the former has a crease in the cover and small dints around the exterior edges, the latter has a deep scratch on the base, the cover not closing completely flush, gilding worn on interior in patches) £100 - £150 plus BP*

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Lot 235 Lot 235 A GEORGE IV SILVER GILT WATCH CASE VINAIGRETTE, engine turned decoration with foliate border in relief, worn gilt interior with plain grille, maker’s probably William Lea & Co, Birmingham 1827, diameter 2.5cm x height including loop 3.6cm (condition: gilding worn to exterior and interior, no resistance in cover hinge, maker’s mark rubbed) £80 - £120 plus BP*


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Lot 237 Lot 236 A WILLIAM IV NATHANIEL MILLS SILVER RECTANGULAR VINAIGRETTE, engine turned decoration with blind cartouche, gilt interior with foliate scroll pierced and engraved grille, Birmingham 1834, approximately 3.2cm x 2.4cm x 0.9cm, approximate weight 0.6ozt, 19 grams (condition: the grille has to be clipped down with a little force, otherwise in good condition) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 237 A GEORGE IV SILVER VINAIGRETTE, of canted rectangular form, engine turned decoration with blind cartouche, gilt interior with pierced and engraved grille of scrolls and circles, makers Lawrence & Co, Birmingham 1825 and grille marked for Robert Mitchell and maker’s mark on inside of base overstamped with both maker’s marks, approximately 3cm x 2.4cm x 1.2cm, approximate weight 0.4ozt, 14 grams, together with a William IV silver rectangular vinaigrette of rectangular form, lozenge engraved cover and base with pin prick decoration to the sides, gilt interior, engraved grille, maker Edward Smith, Birmingham 1837/38, approximately 3cm x 2cm x 0.7cm, approximate weight 0.4ozt, 13 grams (2) (condition: both vinaigrettes in fair condition) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 238 A VICTORIAN SILVER VINAIGRETTE, of rectangular form, engraved in the aesthetic taste, the hinged cover with a creature in a cornfield with sun or moon beyond, the reverse of the case with a crane in a similar landscape, hanging loop attached, foliate scroll pierced and engraved grille, maker Colen Hewer Cheshire, Birmingham 1878, approximately 5cm x 3.5cm x 1cm, approximate weight 0.9ozt, 30 grams, together with another Victorian silver vinaigrette by the same maker, of wavy rectangular form, hanging loop attached, foliate engraved case, gilt interior with foliate pierced and engraved grille, Birmingham 1886, approximately 5cm x 2.7cm x 0.9cm (2) (condition: the first vinaigrette has lost almost all gilding from the interior, the engraving on the case is a little rubbed, front edges of cover mishapen, the second vinaigrette cover isn’t closing completely flush and the grille catches on the cover when opened) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 239 Lot 239 A GEORGE IV SILVER VINAIGRETTE, of rectangular form, engine turned decoration with foliate borders in relief, reeded bands to side, hanging loop attached, worn gilt interior, foliate pierced and engraved grille, remnants of sponge, maker Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1826, approximately 4cm x 2.5cm x 1.5cm, approximate weight 0.5ozt, 17 grams, together with an oval white metal snuff box with hinged cover, hanging loop attached, engraved and pin prick decoration, initials to shield cartouche, length 4cm x 1.9cm x 0.8cm (2) (condition: vinaigrette is in well worn condition both internally and externally with dints and wear to gilding, the snuff box has a crease in the cover, dints to the back, patches of scratching to the interior) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 240 A GEORGE IV SILVER VINAIGRETTE, of rectangular form, the hinged cover engraved with foliate scrolls and the sides and base with pin prick decoration, gilt interior with foliate scroll pierced and engraved grille, remnants of sponge, maker Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1830, approximately 2.9cm x 1.9cm x 0.7cm, approximate weight 0.3ozt, 10 grams, together with another silver vinaigrette in worn condition, maker Edward Smith, Birmingham 1843, approximately 3cm x 1.8cm x 0.8cm, approximate weight 0.2ozt, 8 grams (2) (condition: both have worn engraving, both with dents to cases and the gilding is worn on the 1830 vinaigrette) £60 - £100 plus BP*

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Lot 241 Lot 241 A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER VISITING CARD CASE / AIDE MEMOIRE, of rectangular form, front and reverse embossed with identical scenes of two ladies with a bagpipe player in a landscape, the interior lined with tan leather compartments and blue silk, with a pencil stamped ‘Sm Mordan & Co Sterling Silver’, maker William Comyns, London 1899, approximately 10cm x 7.3cm, approximate gross weight 4.4ozt, 139 grams, together with a Victorian silver combination vesta/cheroot cutter of rectangular form, engraved motto to the larger hinged cover, heavily worn gilt interior, maker Thomas Johnson I, London 1858, approximately 4cm x 2.5cm x 0.8cm, approximate weight 0.7ozt, 24 grams (2) (condition: card case in good condition overall, hinges and clasps working, lining intact and little used, vesta case has wear to engraving and heavily worn gilding, dents to corners and scratches) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 242 LICHFIELD INTEREST, an Elizabeth II silver and enamel pill box, the hinged cover with a view of Lichfield Cathedral from Stowe Pool, gilt interior stamped ‘15’, the base with commemorative Silver Jubilee hallmark, maker F.G. Flavell Ltd, Birmingham 1977, approximately 4.7cm x 3.4cm x 1.4cm, approximate weight 1.6ozt, 50 grams, together with three silver and enamel teaspoons relating to Lichfield, two small enamel and white medallions, two other Lichfield silver teaspoons and plated medallion and a silver Staffordshire knot teaspoon (10) (condition: overall good condition, all enamel items damage free at time of report) £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Lot 243 Lot 243 A CONTINENTAL SILVER AND ENAMEL CIGARETTE CASE, of canted rectangular form, engine turned decoration with oval enamel panel of two Japanese ladies by a waters edge, import marks for Stockwell & Co (George Stockwell) London 1926, approximate weight 2.8ozt, 87 grams, height 8.5cm x 5.5cm, together with an oval silver and enamel pill box with view of a river bridge, initialled S.B., maker Clive Norman Bullivant, London 1984, approximately 3.5cm x 2.5cm (2) (condition: pill box in good condition, the cigarette case has wear to the gilding and one of the elasticated stays, small dint to the back cover, the closing/opening spring is tight) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 244 A LATE 19TH CENTURY DUTCH SILVER VINAIGRETTE, of basket shape, with short chain attached, the grille with section missing, height 4cm, together with a 19th Century Continental white metal vinaigrette of waisted oval form, bright cut hinged cover, plain grille with worn gilt interior, height 3cm, a 19th Century plated snuff box and a late 19th/early 20th Century Chinese white metal vesta case of oval form, cast in relief with birds and bamboo, spring mechanism cover, unmarked, height 4.5cm (4) (condition: the two vinaigrettes are in well used/poor condition with some dents, all or partial gilding loss, the snuff box has loss most of silver plating, vesta case not closing flush, a few minor dents) £100 - £150 plus BP*

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Lot 245 Lot 245 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER TWIN HANDLED TROPHY CUP, ‘S’ scroll handles with heart shaped terminals, on a circular base with a screw fitting to a black plastic stand, makers Martin Hall & Co (Richard Martin & Ebenezer Hall) Sheffield 1906, weight including screw fitting approximately 15.9ozt, 497 grams, height including stand 23cm (condition: some minor dents and an indentation of handle join to interior) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 246 A GEORGE III SILVER SALVER, beaded rim, beaded feet, makers John Crouch I and Thomas Hannam, London 1787, diameter 24.3cm, approximate weight 18.3ozt, 569 grams (condition: some surface scratches, has a couple of noticeable dents to the rim) £120 - £180 plus BP* Lot 247 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER RECTANGULAR DOUBLE ENDED HIP FLASK/CIGARETTE CASE, of bowed outline, gilt interior, maker’s George Nathan and Ridley Hayes, Chester 1904, approximate weight 6.2ozt, 193 grams, approximately 11cm x 9cm (condition: hinges on spring opening mechanisms in working order, surface scratches commensurate with use and age, cigarette bands missing £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 248 Lot 248 A GEORGE V SILVER TEAPOT, of bulbous form, decorative brown bakelite finial and ‘S’ scroll handle, domed cover above Grecian style rim, stepped circular foot, makers Charles S Green & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1929, approximate weight 17.1ozt, 533 grams, height approximately 17cm (condition: evidence of solder to rim at back of hinge) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 249 A GEORGE III SILVER ARGYLE, of cylindrical form, beaded rims, ebonised fitments, engraved crest to the pull off cover and body, maker William Grundy, London 1778, approximate weight 13.9ozt, 432 grams, height to top of handle 12.5cm (condition: some marks on the slightly uneven base are rubbed, the interior rim has a gap in the silver, possibly a damaged section that was removed so the cover would fit, the inner rim of the cover is slightly mishapen but sits in fairly well with a very slight gap between cover and jug) £400 - £600 plus BP* Lot 250 AN ELIZABETH II SILVER CYLINDRICAL BOX AND COVER, the pull off cover set with a carved pink hardstone flower head, yellow metal stamens and cabochon tips, maker Stuart Clive Griffiths, Birmingham 1973, approximate weight 4.4ozt, 138 grams, height 11cm, together with an Elizabeth II silver champagne flute, gilt interior, Celtic cast knopped stem, circular foot, makers J.B. Chatterley & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1970, approximate weight 3.9ozt, 123 grams (2) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Lot 251 Lot 251 A VICTORIAN SILVER TWIN HANDLED TROPHY CUP, of lobed baluster form, gilt interior, repousse decorated and chased with acanthus leaves, ornate ‘S’ scroll handles, repousse foliate circular foot, makers Henry Wilkinson & Co, Sheffield 1859, approximate weight 9.1ozt, 285 grams, height 18.5cm (condition: good overall, slight gilding loss just below rim and leaning slightly) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 252 Lot 252 A GEORGE II SILVER CREAM PAIL, of coopered bucket form, oval lattice work swing handle, worn engraved initials to upper most band, maker Edward Aldridge, London 1749, approximate weight 2.4ozt, 76 grams, height to rim 4.1cm (condition: rim has thinner patches with some slight mishapen areas, some wear to marks on base) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Lot 253 Lot 253 A QUEEN ANNE BRITANNIA STANDARD SILVER PORRINGER BY SETH LOFTHOUSE, cast ‘S’ scroll handles, central cartouche engraved with initials ‘F’ over ‘T*M’, the reverse side engraved ‘I*F’, ropework girdle, wrythen fluted decoration, London 1707, approximate weight 6.6ozt, 207 grams, height 9cm (condition: good condition, handles slightly out of line, rim has very slight dints) £300 - £400 plus BP*

Lot 254 Lot 254 A VICTORIAN SILVER SEAL CASE, of circular form, the hinged cover with cast oak leaf and acorn border, the centre repousse decorated with Royal Arms and George & The Dragon, the base with cut aways for ribbon, maker Joseph Angell II, London 1862, approximate weight 18.7ozt, 582 grams, diameter 18.5cm (condition: overall good condition, no sign of solder or repair, cover not absolutely flush to base and cover rim has slight dints) £200 - £300 plus BP*

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Lot 255 A VICTORIAN SILVER SWING HANDLED BASKET, of wavy circular form, the border embossed with foliate scrolls, the centre with a castle, makers Wheeler & Cronin, Birmingham 1843, approximate weight 2.7ozt, 84 grams, diameter 15.2cm, together with a pair of Victorian silver circular salts, gilt interiors, engraved with foliate decoration, on a short pedestal foot, maker Thomas Smily, London 1875, approximate weight 2.1ozt, 66 grams (3) (condition: the basket has repairs to the handle, both sides near the hinges, the pair of salts have slight wear to the gilding as well as signs of use) £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 256 Lot 256 A PAIR OF ELIZABETH II SILVER CANDLESTICKS, of wavy oval outline, detachable sconces, tapering stems to loaded bases, makers Francis Howard Ltd, Sheffield 1977, height 21cm (2) (condition: overall good, marks clear) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 257 A PAIR OF ELIZABETH II SILVER CANDLESTICKS, of circular form, with stepped concentric bands to holders, tops of stems and bases, loaded, makers W I Broadway & Co, Birmingham 1986/87, height 17.5cm, together with a similar Elizabeth II silver table candleholder, loaded base, makers Carr’s of Sheffield Ltd, Sheffield 2006, height 5.5cm, with candle (4) £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 258 A GEORGE IV NEWCASTLE SILVER PAP BOAT, egg and dart rim, makers George Lewis & John Wright, Newcastle 1822, approximate weight 2.6ozt, 83 grams, length approximately 13.5cm, together with three other silver pap boats, comprising a George III example with horizontal engraved band around the rim, engraved initials ‘I & R’, maker possibly Samuel Meriton II, London 1772, split in rim, approximate weight 1.9ozt, 60 grams, length 11cm, a George II example of plain form, maker Joseph Sanders, London 1731, small split in rim and evidence of solder on back edge, approximate weight 2.2ozt, 70 grams, length approximately 12cm and another George III example circa 1809, engraved initials, date letter and maker’s mark rubbed, some damage and repair to rim, approximate weight 1.7ozt, 53 grams, length approximately 12.2cm (4) £80 - £120 plus BP*


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 259 A GEORGE V TRAVELLING VANITY CASE RETAILED BY J.C. VICKERY, purple canvas outer cover with velvet lining embossed with gilt initials J.B, the purple leather case also embossed with some gilt initials, apricot silk lining, fitted with two silver backed brushes, a rectangular silver box with pull off cover, a circular silver flask and a rectangular silver flask, both with screw fitting covers, a glass flask with internal glass stopper with hinged silver cover and collar, a silver framed rectangular easel back mirror and a small tortoiseshell effect comb, makers Charles Fox & Co Ltd, the glass flask marked for John Collard Vickery, London, 1907, all other pieces 1917-1919 (condition: case is in good condition, although some rust/damp spots to outer canvas covering, contents are in good condition but some rubbing to marks, case comes with two keys but lock not working) £150 - £180 plus BP*

Lot 260 Lot 260 AN ELIZABETH II SILVER WAITER, pie crust border, on three short legs with scrolled feet, makers Payne & Son, Sheffield 1990, diameter 15cm, approximate weight 5.9ozt, 185 grams, together with an Elizabeth II Royal commemorative silver dish, wavy rim, the centre with cast metal disc relating to the marriage of H.R.H. The Prince of Wales and Lady Diana, maker Albert Edward Jones, Birmingham 1981, diameter 12.5cm, approximate weight 5.6ozt, 174 grams and a shell shaped silver dish on three ball feet, makers Francis Howard Ltd, Sheffield 1985, approximate 1.7ozt, 53 grams (3) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 261 Lot 261 AN ELIZABETH II BRITANNIA STANDARD SILVER BON BON DISH, wavy rim above a border of geometric and foliate pierced panels, maker BSC, Sheffield 1966, approximate weight 4.1ozt, 127 grams, diameter approximately 13cm, together with a George V silver bachelor’s coffee pot of baluster form, ebonised fitments, stepped circular foot and matching sugar bowl, maker GW, Sheffield 1933, approximate weight 12.3ozt, 385 grams, height approximately 17cm (3) (condition: bon bon dish in good condition, coffee pot lid is not closing flush, otherwise in good condition, sugar bowl in good condition) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 262 A GEORGE III NEWCASTLE SILVER SAUCEBOAT, wavy rim, ‘S’ scroll handle, on three cabriole legs with pad feet, engraved initials ‘I.G’ to underside, maker James Crawford, Newcastle 1772, approximate weight 2.8ozt, 88 grams, overall length including handle 14.5cm, together with George II silver sauceboat, wavy rim, ‘S’ scroll handle, on three scrolling cabriole legs with pad feet, engraved initials ‘M’ over H*A’ to the underside, maker George Campar, London 1751, approximate weight 3.1ozt, 98 grams, length including handle 12cm (2) (condition: Newcastle example has two small splits in the rim, marks partially rubbed, London example has a small repair to top handle join, marks rubbed) £50 - £80 plus BP*

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Lot 263 Lot 263 A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER OCTAGONAL COFFEE POT, the domed cover with urn shaped finial, ‘S’ scroll ebonised handle, engraved crest, horizontal ribbed bands around the base, cover maker Edward Brown, pot makers Daniel and John Wellby, London 1893, approximate weight 15ozt, 467 grams, height approximately 21cm (condition: some small dents throughout, date letter partially rubbed, lid inner rim catching slightly and not closing totally flush) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 264 AN ELIZABETH II SILVER TABLE BELL, the handle cast as a male figure crouching holding his hands over his ears, the bell cast with leaf decoration, makers William Comyns & Sons Ltd (Richard Comyns), London 1989, approximate weight 4ozt, 127 grams, height approximately 7.5cm, together with a silver backed hair brush and a 19th Century silver chatelaine style spectacles case containing a pair of Victorian silver framed spectacles, the case bears import marks for Singleton, Benda & Co Ltd, London 1899 (4) (condition: Bell is in good condition, brush is in reasonable condition, spectacles case has repair on the clip and other solder repairs) £50 - £70 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 265 AN ELIZABETH II SILVER RECTANGULAR CIGARETTE CASE, rose gold coloured edge to top, engine turned throughout, gilt interior, maker P & B, London 1965, approximate 6.4ozt, 200 grams, approximately 13cm x 8.5cm, together with a George V silver cigarette case, rectangular, engine turned decoration, blind cartouche, worn gilt interior, maker JL, Birmingham 1931, approximate weight 4.2ozt, 132 grams, approximately 10.2cm x 8.2cm (2) (condition: the Elizabeth II case is in fairly good condition, a couple of surface scratches to the underside, the George V case has surface scratches, several small dents, worn decoration to one side of underside, interior gilding worn) £60 - £100 plus BP* Lot 266 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER GILT THREE PIECE DESSERT SERVICE, foliate chased repousse decoration, comprising a comport stamped 516101/2 and two dishes stamped 51610, makers Walker & Hall, Sheffield, the comport 1909, the dishes 1901, approximate gross weight 61ozt, 1921, maximum diameter 32cm (3) (condition: gilding worn to top sides of all three pieces, otherwise condition is good overall) £400 - £600 plus BP* Lot 267 FOUR ELIZABETH II SILVER TEA STRAINERS AND STANDS, two on turned wooden handles with cast shell rest and wavy rims, one in a plain circular stand the other with waisted band, makers Francis Howard Ltd, Sheffield 1989 and 1990, the other two with pierced silver handles and on circular waisted stands, makers J.B. Chatterley & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1975 and 1977, approximate gross weight 9.9ozt, 308 grams (8) (condition: all pieces appear to be in good condition with some light surface scratches) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Lot 268 AN ELIZABETH II SILVER THREE LIGHT CANDELABRUM, bell shaped holders on a plain bar arm, the conical pedestal and stepped circular base with beaded rims, loaded base, maker Argyll Silver, Birmingham 1991, height approximately 23cm, together with an Elizabeth II silver candlestick, concentric stepped bands to holder, top of pedestal and foot, on a tapering stem, loaded base, maker Argyll Silver, Birmingham 1990, height approximately 31cm (2) (condition: candelabrum is in good condition, candlestick has dent around the foot rim) £60 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 269 Lot 269 A GEORGE III SILVER PORRINGER, ‘S’ scroll strap handles, cartouche blind, engraved on reverse side ‘RICHD : BURROUGH 1770’, fluted lower body, makers James Stamp & John Baker, London, 1769, approximate weight 7.8ozt, 244 grams, height approximately 12cm (condition: handles are slightly mishapen, possibility of erased crest but gauge of cartouche is still good and not springy, small patch of soldered repair above ribbed band more visible on the inside, a vertical crease from the rim, partial rubbing to the marks, base a bit uneven and some dents) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 270 A GEORGE III SILVER BEAKER, the lower body with wavy fluted decoration, stepped circular foot, maker John Denzilow, London 1777, approximate weight 7.2ozt, 226 grams, height 13.2cm (condition: evidence of patched repairs/solder amongst the fluted decoration, some scratches on the inside of the rim) £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 271 A GEORGE III SCOTTISH SILVER BEAKER, of tapering cylindrical form, the lower body with wavy fluted decoration, banded circular foot, maker WH, possibly William Hannay, Edinburgh 1810, approximate weight 5.4ozt, 169 grams, height approximately 11.5cm (condition: horizontal line of solder visible through tarnish approximately 0.5cm from rim, two more patches of solder visible in decoration, particularly visible from the interior, the inside of foot rim has lots of rough patches and a join line or repair) £50 - £70 plus BP*

Lot 272 Lot 272 A GEORGE II SILVER OVAL TEA CADDY, with pull off cover (unmarked), horizontal bands to top and bottom rims, maker Richard Pargeter, London 1731, approximate weight 5.2ozt, 162 grams, height approximately 7.5cm (condition: two substantial dents to base rim/underside, pull off cover is unmarked and also has a few dints around top edge, otherwise surface scratches) £120 - £180 plus BP* Lot 273 A GEORGE V ART DECO SILVER TWIN HANDLED BOWL BY ROBERT EDGAR STONE, hand hammered finish with angular lug handles, engraved signature to base, London 1932, approximate weight 6.1ozt, 192 grams, diameter 10.7cm, together with an Elizabeth II Britannia standard silver beaker, gilt interior, embossed foot rim, makers J.B. Chatterley & Sons, London 1977, approximate weight 5.1ozt, 160 grams, height approximately 8.5cm (2) (condition: both pieces in good condition) £100 - £150 plus BP*


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Lot 274 Lot 274 A GEORGE III SILVER TEA CADDY, of plain baluster form, the domed pull off cover with beaded rim, maker’s mark distorted, possibly HS or SH, London 1802, approximate weight 4.9ozt, 154 grams, height approximately 9cm (condition: the top of the cover is a lighter colour so has perhaps had a piece let in, marks on cover are not clear and if one is a maker’s mark it is different to the base, the seam mark on the caddy is visible due to tarnish, the caddy does have a few knocks and dents, especially around the shoulder area) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 275 Lot 275 A GEORGE III SILVER SWING HANDLED SWEETMEAT BASKET, of navette form, foliate pierced and bright cut decoration, makers Peter & Ann Bateman, London 1791, approximate weight 3.9ozt, 121 grams, length 17.8cm x height 13cm (condition: creases in rim either side of the handle, some evidence of solder repair to pierced decoration) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 276 TWO GEORGE III SILVER BATEMAN CREAM JUGS, of helmet form, both with strap handles, one plain with engraved initials, makers Peter, Ann & William Bateman, London 1800, height approximately 11cm and a bright cut example with initials within an oval cartouche, Peter & William Bateman, London 1806, height approximately 10.5cm, approximate gross weight 6.9ozt, 215 grams (2) (condition: plain jug may have repair at top of handle, the body has a few small dents, there is a repair to the lip, the base has a knock around the bottom edge, the bright cut jug has a mishapen foot, possible repair to top of handle) £60 - £100 plus BP* Lot 277 A GEORGE III SILVER HELMET SHAPED PEDESTAL CREAM JUG, crimped rim, engraved initial under lip, on a square foot, maker possibly Hester Bateman, London 1784, with incuse duty mark, approximate weight 3.3ozt, 105 grams, height approximately 15.5cm, together with a George III silver cream jug of baluster form, ‘S’ scroll handle, beaded rim and foot rim, stepped circular foot, marks partially rubbed, London 1776, approximate weight 3.4ozt, 106 grams, height approximately 11.5cm (2) (condition: helmet jug has solder repairs to top and bottom of handle, small patch of solder above join to pedestal, base slightly mishapen, the other jug has several spots of solder repair) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Lot 278 Lot 278 A VICTORIAN HUNT & ROSKELL LATE STORR & MORTIMER CIRCULAR SILVER SALVER, foliate scroll cast border, the centre repousse decorated with bands of differing foliate designs, crest and motifs engraved to centre, on three short scroll feet, bears makers names and numbered 7550, London 1879, diameter approximately 25.5cm, approximate weight 19.5ozt, 609 grams (condition: generally good condition, maker’s mark partially rubbed) £200 - £250 plus BP*

Lot 279 Lot 279 A GEORGE III SILVER MUG, of baluster form, gilt interior, ‘S’ scroll handle, cartouche engraved with monogram and later foliate chased repousse decoration, engraved initials to the underside, maker’s mark indistinct, London 1762, approximate weight 6.2ozt, 195 grams, height approximately 9.5cm, together with a George III silver wine funnel filter, lacks spout section, maker HS, London 1806, marks partially rubbed, approximate weight 2.2ozt, 69 grams (2) (condition: mug patchy wear to gilding particularly to base, the funnel has repair to clip and a rubbed area or let in around the side below the top rim) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 280 A LATE VICTORIAN CIRCULAR CASED SET OF FOUR SILVER SHELL SHAPED SALTS AND SPOONS, the salts on three ball feet, worn gilt interiors, makers Frederick Henry Davidson, Sheffield 1899, one spoon matched with slightly different handle, maker James Deakin & Sons, Chester 1899, approximate weight 4.8ozt, 151 grams, in original fitted silk and velvet lined morocco case with gilt named F.H. Davidson, 69 Deansgate, Manchester from Hunt & Roskell (condition: overall good, one spoon slightly different, gilding worn) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 281 Lot 281 A WILLIAM III BRITANNIA STANDARD SILVER LIGHTHOUSE CASTER, London 1701, maker’s mark rubbed, knopped finial to the lobed, pierced and engraved girdle and lobed circular foot, naively engraved to base J. Durden 1806, height approximately 14.5cm, approximate weight 4.7ozt, 146 grams (condition: marks rubbed, no marks on cover, engraved to underside of base as per description, possible repair to knop) £250 - £350 plus BP* Lot 282 A PAIR OF GEORGE II SILVER SAUCEBOATS, wavy rims, ‘S’ scroll handles, on three cabriole legs with shell knees and hoof feet, both engraved ‘Z*H’ to the underside, maker Richard Kersill, London 1746, approximate weight 12.4ozt, 387 grams, overall length 16cm x width 9.5cm (2) (condition: both jugs have some dents to the bodies, no splits noted but possible solder repair at top of one handle join to rim) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Lot 283 A GEORGE III SILVER PEPPERETTE, of ovoid form, pull off cover, gilt interior, engraved initials, concentric band decoration where cover and base meet and to th foot rim, maker Charles Chesterman II, London 1803, approximate weight 1.5ozt, 46 grams, height approximately 7cm, together with a George III silver castor, flame finial to pull off cover (unmarked), the baluster shaped base engraved with stag’s head crest, repousse decoration, engraved and beaded foot, maker TW, London 1784, approximate weight 2.8ozt, 88.2 grams, height approximately 13.5cm (2) (condition: castor has been repaired and soldered where base meets the foot) £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 284 Lot 284 A VICTORIAN SILVER CELLINI PATTERN CLARET JUG, chased and embossed with masks and animals, the hinged cover with mask, ‘S’ scroll handle with splits, circular stepped foot, the underside stamped 1968, makers S. Smith & Son (Stephen Smith), London 1872, approximate weight 32.4ozt, 1010 grams, height approximately 28.5cm (condition: base sits level on a flat surface, the handle has splits to the figure’s chest and to the reverse side on the knopped band, gilding worn around lip and inside cover) £300 - £500 plus BP* Lot 285 TWO ELIZABETH II SILVER LICHFIELD CATHEDRAL ANNIVERSARY GOBLETS, commissioned by Salloways Ltd in 1972 to commemorate the 1300th Anniversary of the death of St. Chad, goblet Nos.398 and 668 of 672, with certificates and original card packaging (one with incorrect limited edition number to label) maker JMS, Birmingham 1972, approximate 10.4ozt, 324 grams (2) £80 - £120 plus BP*


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Lot 286 Lot 286 A GEORGE VI SILVER SALVER, of wavy square form, pie crust border foliate engraved decoration, on four cabriole legs with hoof feet, makers E. Silver & Co, Sheffield 1949, approximate weight 24.2ozt, 754 grams, width approximately 26.6cm £180 - £220 plus BP*

Lot 287 Lot 287 A GEORGE II SILVER COFFEE POT, of baluster form, hinged cover with urn finial, wooden handle, the body engraved with crest and armorial, later repousse decorated and chased with birds, scrolls and flower heads, on a stepped circular foot, maker HB, London 1749, approximate weight 25.5cm (condition: no signs of marks to the cover, evidence of solder to underside of base, decoration is later) £250 - £350 plus BP*

Lot 288 A QUEEN ANNE BRITANNIA STANDARD SILVER BEAKER, of plain conical form, bears punched monogram to the base, maker Seth Lofthouse, London 1705, approximate weight 6.1ozt, 190 grams, height approximately 10cm, diameter of rim approximately 10.1cm (condition: rim uneven, crease going diagonally from base, hand hammering visible to interior, scratches and a few other small dents commensurate with use and age) £300 - £400 plus BP* Lot 289 AN INDIAN COLONIAL SILVER BRANDY SAUCEPAN AND COVER, turned wooden finial and handle, hinged spout, extensive soldered repairs to the pan, Hamilton & Co marks to the base, approximate weight 15ozt, 466 grams, length approximately 23cm (condition: extensive soldered repairs to pan below the spout area) £50 - £80 plus BP* Lot 290 AN ELIZABETH II SILVER SAUCEBOAT, gadrooned rim, foliate cast ‘S’ scroll handle, on three cabriole legs with hoof feet, makers J.B. Chatterley & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1977, approximate weight 8.9ozt, 279 grams, together with a George V silver sauceboat of plain form, shell knees above three cabriole legs with hoof feet, makers William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1934, approximate weight 7.3ozt, 227 grams (2) (condition: both in overall good condition) £120 - £180 plus BP*

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Lot 291 Lot 291 A GEORGE III SILVER CASTER, of baluster form, knopped finial above domed pull off cover with lozenge engraved decoration, the base with beaded rims, maker SD, London 1789, approximate weight 2.3ozt, 73 grams, height approximately 14cm, together with a George I Britannia Standard silver caster of squat baluster form, knopped finial to the pull off cover, the base with engraved crest, maker WC, London 1723, approximate weight 2.9ozt, 92 grams, height approximately 12cm (splits and repairs throughout) and an early 18th Century Irish caster of squat baluster form, engraved monogram, marks heavily rubbed, approximate weight 4.3ozt, 135 grams, height approximately 13cm (splits and soldered repairs throughout) (3) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 296 AN ELIZABETH II CIRCULAR SILVER SALVER, the pie crust border cast with a border of foliate shell quatrefoil motifs, on three cabriole legs with scroll feet, makers J.B. Chatterley & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1957, approximate weight 53.4ozt, 1662 grams, diameter 44cm (condition: surface scratches commensurate with use and age, no inscriptions, some spring in silver, sits level on a flat surface) £400 - £500 plus BP*

Lot 292 Lot 292 AN 18TH CENTURY SILVER PORRINGER, of plain baluster form, strapwork ‘S’ scroll handles, engraved monogram, marks heavily worn, approximate weight 7.2ozt, 226 grams, height approximately 11.5cm (condition: evidence of soldered repairs around the rim, also a dent to the bottom of one handle and further smaller dents, hand hammered finish visible to interior) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 293 A GEORGE V SILVER CREAM JUG AND MATCHING TWIN HANDLED SUGAR BOWL, cast rims, makers Charles S. Green & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1929, approximate weight 8.2ozt, 257 grams, maximum height 10cm, together with an Elizabeth II circular twin handled nut dish, makers J.B. Chatterley & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1966, approximate 3.4ozt, 108 grams, diameter 11cm (3) (condition: all pieces in good condition overall) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 294 A GEORGE II SILVER SAUCEBOAT, wavy rim, ‘S’ scroll handle, shell knees above three cabriole legs with hoof feet, marks partially rubbed, London 1752, faint split near handle and inside the sauceboat are marks where the legs have pushed into the body, approximate weight 6.10zt, 192 grams, together with two other George II / III silver sauceboats, one engraved with Griffin head crest, both with splits/dents and repairs, approximate weight 5.8ozt, 181 grams) (3) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 295 A CASED ELIZABETH II RECTANGULAR SILVER AND ENAMEL BOX, commemorating the marriage of H.R.H. The Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer, gilt interior, engine turned base, maker Peter John Doherty, Birmingham 1981, approximate weight 2.5ozt, 78 grams, 6.5cm x 5.3cm x 1.9cm, together with a cased silver pill box commemorating the Royal Wedding 1981, diameter 3.5cm, a modern silver bottle opener with crown decoration, a cased silver caddy spoon with fleur de lys handle to commemorate the Royal Wedding 1981, a modern silver playing card sleeve, a modern silver ashtray and a silver Lichfield Cathedral coaster, approximate gross weight of weighable silver 9.5ozt, 296 grams (condition: overall condition good and unused in some instances) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Lot 297 A LATE VICTORIAN CASED PAIR OF SILVER FISH SERVERS, Kings pattern, foliate engraved and pierced decoration, engraved monograms, makers Mappin Brothers, Sheffield 1899, approximate weight 9.9ozt, 308 grams, together with a cased silver gilt serving set comprising a pair of late Victorian berry spoons, makers Z. Baraclough & Sons (James Henry & Herbert Baraclough), London 1895 and a George III caster spoon, maker’s mark rubbed, London 1810, approximate weight 6.5ozt, 203 grams, in a Jays, Oxford St, London fitted case (2) (condition: both sets in good condition overall, no evidence of repair) £120 - £180 plus BP* Lot 298 SIX SILVER GILT REPLICA ANOINTING / CORONATION SPOONS, various sizes, two in cases commemorating Edward VII coronation in 1902, makers include James Wakely and Frank Clarke Wheeler, London 1902, etc, approximate gross weight 8.5ozt, 266 grams, together with another similar gilt spoon (7) (condition: good condition overall) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 299 Lot 299 A GEORGE V CASED SET OF SIX OLD ENGLISH PATTERN SILVER TEASPOONS, bearing 1935 Jubilee hallmarks for six British assay offices, makers Roberts & Belk, together with an Elizabeth II cased set of eight Rat Tail pattern silver coffee spoons, two of each assay office (London, Birmingham, Sheffield and Edinburgh) 1973, Roberts & Belk, a cased set of six Elizabeth II silver seal end coffee spoons, Birmingham 1973 and a cased set of six Elizabeth II silver coffee spoons, maker Henry Clifford Davis, Chester 1953, approximate gross weight 9.56ozt, 297 grams (4) (condition: overall good condition) £60 - £100 plus BP*


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 300 A CASED SET OF THREE GEORGE V, EDWARD VIII AND GEORGE VI SILVER, SILVER GILT AND ENAMEL COMMEMORATIVE TEASPOONS, makers A.J. Bailey and William J. Holmes, Birmingham 1934 and 1936 (s.d. to enamel on two spoons), together with an Elizabeth II silver love spoon commemorating The Royal Wedding of 1981 Charles and Diana, maker Albert Edward Jones, Birmingham 1981, approximate weight 2ozt, 63 grams, a cased set of six white metal teaspoons and sugar tongs with decorative finials, two silver Royal commemorative napkin rings and a silver pill box with half crowns dated 1936 and 1937 inset to cover and base £50 - £80 plus BP* Lot 301 FOUR GEORGE II SILVER DOUBLE ENDED MARROW SCOOPS, makers include James Tookey and all London assayed 1732, 1744, 1749, 1755 and another marrow scoop, makers Samuel Hayne & Dudley Carter, London 1839, approximate gross weight 8.1ozt, 254 grams, maximum length 22.5cm (5) (condition: 1839 scoop with engraved initial to reverse of larger end, some slight and partial rubbing to hallmarks) £250 - £350 plus BP* Lot 302 A VICTORIAN SILVER BEAD PATTERN SOUP LADLE, engraved crest, makers Chawner & Co (George William Adams), London circa 1865, marks rubbed, approximate weight 9.2ozt, 286 grams, together with a Victorian silver meat skewer, ring handle, the crest matching that on the ladle, maker William Eaton, London 1841, approximate weight 4.5ozt, 139 grams, length 35.5cm (2) (condition: skewer has signs of use commensurate with age, ladle has partially rubbed marks, bowl has slight crease near rim) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 303 A PAIR OF WILLIAM IV SCOTTISH SILVER DECANTER LABELS, for ‘Port’ and ‘Sherry’, repousse decorated with fruiting vine, makers Robert Gray & Sons, Glasgow 1831, together with a pair of George III silver sugar tongs, shell bowls, pierced arms, engraved initial, maker CH, London circa 1784/85, monarch’s head incuse, no date letter, approximate gross weight 1.9ozt, 60 grams, a matched set of six mother of pearl handled condiment spoons, silver bowls, makers include John Bettridge, Birmingham 1817, 1819 and 1843 and a small quantity of other mother of pearl and silver condiment spoon and forks (13) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 304 A MATCHED 20TH CENTURY RAT TAIL PATTERN SILVER CANTEEN OF CUTLERY, comprising twelve table forks, eight maker JMS, Sheffield 1964, three Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1963 and one Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1959, ten tablespoons, four JMS, Sheffield 1964, six Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Sheffield 1914, twelve soup spoons, four Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1959/1961 and eight JMS, Sheffield 1964, fifteen dessert spoons, seven Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1960/61, eight JMS, Sheffield 1964, eleven dessert forks, three Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1959/61, eight JMS, Sheffield 1964, eight teaspoons, JMS, Sheffield, eight coffee spoons, Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1926/27, approximate gross weight 121.5ozt, 3779 grams, with eight silver handled table knives and eight silver handled dessert knives, all JMS, Sheffield 1964 (92) £600 - £800 plus BP*

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Lot 305 A SET OF SIX GEORGE III SCOTTISH SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLESPOONS, engraved initial ‘N’, makers William & Patrick Cunningham, Edinburgh 1793, approximate weight 12ozt, 387 grams (6) (condition: the spoons have seen use, some bowls have dents, some marks rubbed) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 306 A GEORGE III SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN SOUP LADLE, engraved crest, maker Richard Crossley, London 1800, together with a matched set of six George III silver Old English pattern tablespoons, engraved crests, various makers and dates including London 1783 and 1799, approximate gross weight 17.5ozt, 544 grams (7) (condition: used condition, crests and marks have partial rubbing) £120 - £180 plus BP* Lot 307 A SET OF FIVE GEORGE III SILVER BRIGHT CUT TEASPOONS, engraved monograms, maker Thomas Liddiard, London 1784, together with two pairs of George III plain silver sugar tongs, maker William Bateman, London 1819 and RC London 1792, four pairs of George III silver bright cut sugar tongs, including a pair with incuse mark, a similar pair in Old Sheffield plate and a set of six George III Old English pattern teaspoons, approximate gross weight of silver 9.7ozt, 233 grams (12) (condition: set of six teaspoons have signs of use/dents and are engraved with initials, bright cut spoons also have small dents to bowls, one pair of tongs repaired at top) £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 308 TWO VICTORIAN SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN CASTER SPOONS, one engraved with monogram, London 1826 and Exeter 1865, together with a pair of Victorian silver Fiddle and Thread pattern sugar tongs, repaired, London 1855 and five late Georgian and Victorian silver Fiddle pattern sugar tongs, including William Bateman, London 1816 and Exeter 1852, approximate gross weight 11.8ozt, 368 grams (8) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 309 A SET OF SIX GEORGE III SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLE FORKS, makers Peter & William Bateman, London 1808, approximate weight 11.3ozt, 354 grams, together with a George III silver Old English pattern soup ladle, makers George Smith & William Fearn, London 1808, approximate weight 4.6ozt, 144 grams (7) (condition: all items plain, fork tines used, ladle is a thin gauge of silver £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 310 Lot 310 A MATCHED SET OF SIX HANOVERIAN PATTERN TABLE FORKS, all engraved with a crest, maker George Smith, London 1797/98 and London 1805 (no makers mark), approximate weight 12.2ozt, 381 grams, together with another matched set of six Hanoverian pattern table forks, all engraved with similar crests, one by maker Richard Crossley, London 1792, two by maker’s William Eley, William Fearn & William Chawner, London 1813 and three by makers Peter & Ann Bateman, London 1794, approximate weight 11.9ozt, 372 grams (12) (condition: fork tines uneven at tips from use, some wear to engraving, marks generally clear) £150 - £250 plus BP*

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Lot 314 Lot 311 NINE GEORGE III SILVER HANOVERIAN PATTERN TABLESPOONS, comprising a set of four with shell backs, initialled A*W, maker Thomas Liddiard, London 1780, two with scroll backs, engraved ‘M*F to C*B’ and ‘M*F to I*M’, maker Henry Bailey, London 1760/62 and three other shell backs, two initialled ‘A*W’, the third ‘M*F M*B’, maker HB, London 1763 and 1764, approximate gross weight 15.2ozt, 473 grams (9) (condition: one with repair by join of bowl and handle, scrolls and shells worn, marks generally legible with some rubbing) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 312 FIFTEEN GEORGE III SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLESPOONS, various makers and dates, including Stephen Adams II, Peter & William Bateman, Peter & Ann Bateman, etc, approximate gross weight 29.5ozt, 920 grams (condition: many spoons well used, the majority engraved with initials or a crest, marks largely legible with some rubbing) £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 313 A PARCEL OF 18TH AND 19TH CENTURY OLD ENGLISH PATTERN SILVER FLATWARE, the majority being George III teaspoons and condiment spoons, including a dessert spoon with incuse mark, sets of six teaspoons, pieces by Peter & Ann Bateman, etc, approximate gross weight 26.7ozt, 830 grams (parcel) (condition: mixed condition, many pieces well used and rubbed marks, engraved with initials and crests) £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 314 A PARCEL OF 19TH CENTURY SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN FLATWARE, comprising a pair of tablespoons, makers Josiah Williams & Co, Exeter 1871, a set of four dessert spoons, maker John Lias, London 1811 and fourteen tablespoons, four Charles Lias, London 1848, four Joseph & Albert Savory, London 1843, two John James Whiting, London 1847, two Samuel Hayne & Dudley Carter, London 1859 and two William Rawlings Sobey, Exeter 1845, approximate gross weight 46.8ozt, 1435 grams (parcel) (condition: mixed condition, pieces used, marks generally legible, some wear to engraved crests and initials) £350 - £450 plus BP*


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 315 A PARCEL OF 19TH CENTURY SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN FLATWARE, all teaspoons and condiment spoons, including a set of seven teaspoons, engraved initials, maker John James Whiting, London 1851, a set of six teaspoons, engraved initials, maker James West, London 1847, a set of five teaspoons, engraved initial, maker George Burrows II, London 1822, etc, approximate gross weight 30.4ozt, 946 grams (parcel) (condition: mixed condition, pieces used, marks varied, some wear to engraving) £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 316 A SET OF SIX 19TH CENTURY GERMAN STUTTGART WHITE METAL TABLE FORKS, zig zag line decoration near prongs, the backs bear Stuttgart horse mark and letter ‘R’ maker’s mark and ‘SICK’, together with four tablespoons marked ‘SICK’ to reverse of the bowls and the backs of the handles scratched with letter ‘N’ and six Prussian white metal tablespoons, bearing various marks including ‘BEHNKE’, ‘C.ZIMMERMANN’ and another, three with wiggle work engraved name Gustave Moeller Schiffsmakler, etc, approximate gross weight 855 grams (16) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 317 Lot 317 NINE GEORGE I / II SILVER HANOVERIAN PATTERN TABLESPOONS, including a set of four with engraved crowned lion’s head crests, maker John Bignell, London 1724, approximate weight 8.7ozt, 272 grams, the other five spoons including Paul Hanet, date letter rubbed, another with maker’s mark JH, London 1739 and another London 1731, all five engraved with crest or initial(s), approximate gross weight 10ozt, 312 grams (9) (condition: some signs of use, some marks completely obscured, others with partial rubbing) £120 - £180 plus BP*

Lot 318 A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLESPOONS, engraved ‘I*B’, makers Peter & William Bateman, London 1807, one bowl with two splits, together with seven 18th Century tablespoons, mostly Old English pattern, including Thomas & William Chawner, London circa 1768, George Smith, London 1784, Alexander Barnet, London 1780, approximate gross weight 17.2ozt, 536 grams (9) (condition: marks have a fair amount of rubbing, only one spoon is free of initials/crest, majority have seen use with some bowl tips worn) £120 - £180 plus BP* Lot 319 A PARCEL OF MOSTLY LATE GEORGIAN AND VICTORIAN SILVER TEASPOONS AND OTHER FLATWARE, including Dublin and Exeter marked items, most pieces engraved with initials, approximate gross weight 17.8ozt, 554 grams (parcel) (condition: mixed condition with some spoons exhibiting extensive use, creases, etc, some rubbing to the marks overall) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 320 Lot 320 A GEORGE II SILVER PUNCH LADLE, turned wooden handle, the circular bowl repousse decorated with scrolls, fruit and flowers, engraved initials to the underside of the bowl, maker William Coles, London 1741, length approximately 34.5cm, together with two whale bone handled punch ladles, one with double lipped oval bowl, inset with William IV coin dated 1836, maker John Smith 1911, length approximately 18.5cm and the other with circular bowl inset with an Elizabeth I coin dated 1562, engraved initials, no hallmarks, length approximately 33cm (3) (condition: William Coles ladle has solder at join of handle) £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Lot 321 Lot 321 A GEORGE V SILVER FOUR PIECE TEA SERVICE, of rectangular form, cast flower head border, teapot and water jug with brown bakelite fittings, makers Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1934, approximate weight 59ozt, 1838 grams (4) (condition: teapot used and interior tea stained, bakelite faded, sugar bowl interior scratched) £500 - £600 plus BP* Lot 322 A GEORGE V SILVER PEDESTAL FRUIT BOWL, of wavy circular form, with pierced foliate scrolls, circular stepped foot, makers S.J. Levi & Co, Birmingham 1931, diameter approximately 21cm, approximate weight 11.6ozt, 362 grams, together with another shorter fruit bowl of petal shaped outline, pierced border, circular stepped foot, makers Syner & Beddoes, Birmingham 1928, diameter approximately 21cm, approximate weight 11ozt, 343 grams (2) (condition: lower bowl has dents to the rim, both with extensive scratching to interiors £150 - £180 plus BP*

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Lot 323 Lot 323 A GEORGE V TWIN HANDLED TROPHY CUP AND COVER, knopped finial over domed cover, the cup with cast rim of anthemion and scroll motifs, engraved presentation inscription and dates/winners, stepped circular base, maker C.J. Vander, London 1913, approximate weight 24.7ozt, 771 grams, height approximately 32cm (condition: base doesn’t sit level on a flat surface, inner rim of cover is mishapen, tops of handles are pushed in making removal of cover difficult) £180 - £220 plus BP*

Lot 324 Lot 324 A GEORGE V TWIN HANDLED TROPHY CUP, on a short pedestal to a stepped circular base, engraved presentation inscription, dates and winners, maker Barker Brothers Silver Ltd, Birmingham 1932, approximate weight 11.6ozt, 361 grams, height approximately 21.5cm (condition: some dents to the body) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 325 Lot 325 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER CIRCULAR FRUIT BOWL ON REMOVABLE STAND, the bowl with pierced wavy rim, the stand with circular top rim and on four cabriole legs with scrolled pad feet, maker Philip Hanson Abbot, London 1910, diameter approximately 20.5cm, height approximately 16.5cm, approximate weight 30.4ozt, 947 grams (condition: marks on bowl are partially rubbed, scratches to inside of bowl) £250 - £350 plus BP*


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 326 A MID 18TH CENTURY STYLE SILVER TWIN HANDLED BOWL, of lobed circular form, repousse decorated with flowers and foliage, the base inscribed ‘The Orrock Plate 1757’, marked for London Assay Office 1973, approximate weight 13.6ozt, 423 grams, diameter excluding handles 19cm, height to top of handle approximately 10.5cm, together with a late Victorian shallow circular dish with wavy rim and wrythen embossed decoration, makers Dobson & Sons, London 1898, diameter approximately 22cm, approximate weight 13.9ozt, 433 grams (2) (condition: shallow bowl has surface scratches and marks rubbed) £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 327 Lot 327 A GEORGE V SILVER CONICAL SUGAR CASTOR, the stepped circular bayonet fitted cover with lozenge shaped holes, engine turned band above plain base, stepped circular foot, maker’s mark partially rubbed probably Joseph Gloster Ltd, Birmingham 1936, approximate weight 5.6ozt, 174 grams, height approximately 15.5cm, together with an Elizabeth II silver tankard of baluster form, cast ‘S’ scroll handle, stepped circular base, maker EHP Co Ltd, Sheffield 1971, height approximately 13cm, approximate weight 9.5ozt, 296 grams (2) (condition: both items are not sitting completely flat on a level surface, some slight rubbing of marks) £120 - £180 plus BP*

Lot 328 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER CREAM JUG, of helmet form, banded rim and handle, square foot, marks partially rubbed, Birmingham 1910, approximate weight 4.1ozt, 129 grams, height approximately 13cm, together with a George V twin handled pedestal dish, makers Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1912, approximate weight 7.4ozt, 230 grams, diameter excluding handles 15cm and a George V circular silver bowl of shallow form, beaded rim, makers Marson & Jones, Birmingham 1931, approximate weight 3.3ozt, 104 grams, diameter approximately 11.7cm (3) (condition: some rubbed hallmarks, bowl has two dents, twin handled bowl has an uneven foot rim, scratched interior, cream jug has uneven foot) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 329 A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN QUEEN’S PATTERN SILVER TABLE FORKS, engraved initial ‘D’, maker Francis Higgins II, London 1846, approximate weight 16ozt, 500 grams, together with a pair of Victorian silver Fiddle pattern condiment spoons, London 1884, a pair of George V silver sugar tongs, London 1913 and a George IV bone handled dessert knife and fork, Sheffield 1822 (11) £120 - £180 plus BP* Lot 330 A SET OF SEVEN WHITE METAL GERMAN PLAIN CIRCULAR NAPKIN RINGS, engraved with numbers ranging from 3 to 12, stamped 800, together with a small circular silver mounted photograph frame, a silver pepperette, a damaged rose bowl and a damaged shell shaped dish, approximate gross weight of weighable silver 6.7ozt, 210 grams (11) £40 - £60 plus BP*

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Lot 331 Lot 331 A GEORGE V SILVER FRUIT BOWL, of circular form, hand hammered finish with hinged cast fruiting vine decoration, on a short pedestal with a circular foot, maker Albert Edward Jones, Birmingham 1935, approximate weight 21.9ozt, 682 grams, diameter approximately 24cm, height approximately 12cm (condition: base not sitting flat on a level surface, one of the hinges not moving freely, some scratching to the interior of the bowl) £150 - £250 plus BP* Lot 332 A GEORGE V SILVER SALVER, of circular form, wavy pie crust border, on three short scrolled feet, makers Barker Brothers Silver Ltd, Birmingham 1933, approximate weight 30.9ozt, 963 grams, diameter approximately 31cm (condition: surface scratches and outlines of decanter bases) £250 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 333 Lot 333 AN ELIZABETH II SILVER WAITER, of circular form, wavy pie crust border, on three short scrolled feet, makers C.J. Vander Ltd, Sheffield 1992, approximate weight 10.7ozt, 334 grams, diameter approximately 20.5cm, together with a cased Elizabeth II five piece cruet set, the pepperette, open salt and mustard of lobed circular form, Sheffield 1971/72, makers Robert & Belk, approximately 6.7ozt, 209 grams (2) £120 - £180 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 334 R.A.F INTEREST, A GEORGE VI SILVER RECTANGULAR CIGARETTE BOX, bears presentation inscription to lid relating to Squadron Leader H.J. Maguire R.A.F. Station, Digby in 1940, makers Padgett & Braham Ltd, London 1940, width 17cm x depth 9cm x height 5cm, together with another George VI cigarette box stamped Sterling Silver, with R.A.F. Pilots brevet to the hinged cover and angular wing shaped feet, the front engraved ‘Presented to Wing-Comdr. J.H. Maguire D.S.O. By The Officers of R.A.F. Station Linton on Ouse, June 1947’, width 16.5cm x depth 14cm x height 5cm (2), Harold John Maguire 1912-2001 had a long and distinguished career in the R.A.F., he received the DSO in 1946, OBE in 1950, CB in 1958 and KCB in 1966 (condition: both boxes have some dents, the right hand winged back foot is bent) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 335 Lot 335 A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER MOUNTED CUT GLASS CLARET JUG, of bulbous form, makers W & C Sissons, Sheffield 1898, height approximately 20cm, together with a late Victorian silver mounted hour glass shaped decanter with a spiral twist spherical stopper, mounts marked for W & G Neal, London 1897, height approximately 22cm (2) (condition: both pieces in good order) £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Lot 336 A GEORGE VI SILVER BALUSTER SHAPED TANKARD, cast ‘S’ scroll handle, stepped circular base with engraved initials to the underside, bears Dublin import marks and maker James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1945, approximate weight 11.8ozt, 369 grams, together with a circular white metal sugar bowl, on three cabriole legs, stamped ‘S.800’, approximately 112 grams, diameter approximately 11.5cm (mishapen) and two silver mounted rectangular photograph frames, one dated and engraved ‘Grandpapa’, makers A & J Zimmerman, Birmingham 1915, inner dimensions 10.5cm x 7cm and Sheffield 1989, 12cm x 8.5cm (4) (condition: photograph frames both have dents and knocks, the bowl is mishapen and the tankard has scratches and dents) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 337 FIVE VARIOUS SILVER MOUNTED EASEL BACK PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES, three rectangular and two circular, the largest with ribbon and wreath surmount, makers Synyer & Beddoes, Birmingham 1910, inner dimensions 21cm x 15cm, the circular examples with inner diameters approximately of 9cm and 9.5cm, together with an Edwardian silver and leather mounted glass hip flask with removable sleeve, bayonet cap, maker John Yates & Son, 1907, height approximately 12cm and an onion shaped decanter with white metal overlay (7) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 338 Lot 338 A GEORGE III SILVER TEA CADDY, of bombe form, lacks cover, chased floral sprays, vertical fluting and scrolls, on four scrolled shell feet, maker Albertus Schurman, London 1761, approximate weight 6ozt, 188 grams, height approximately 10cm £200 - £250 plus BP*

Lot 339 Lot 339 A WMF SILVER PLATED MODEL OF A HORSE, cast as standing on foliage, lacks some parts of tack, the base with rectangular ‘Dietrich’ mark near back hoof, stamped ‘*WMF I/O’ to side of base, height 22cm x width 21cm x depth 11cm (condition: plating worn, some tack missing) £50 - £80 plus BP*


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 342 A GEORGE V OVAL SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SERVICE, ribbed top rim, ‘C’ scroll handles, flared foot rim, bases stamped Knight & Son, Northampton, makers Ernest Druiff & Co, Birmingham 1924, approximate weight 32.5ozt, 1012 grams (3) (condition: sugar bowl has a small dent, other pieces have signs of light use, teapot interior stained) £250 - £350 plus BP*

Lot 340 Lot 340 A LATE 20TH CENTURY HAZORFIM OF ISRAEL SILVER BEN YEHUDA CANDELABRUM, stamped Hazorfim 925, partially loaded inside column, height approximately 40cm £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 341 A PARCEL OF SILVER, to include a George V silver mounted rectangular easel back mirror, makers A & J Zimmerman, Birmingham 1915, inner dimensions 20.5cm x 25.5cm, together with cased and loose button hooks and shoe horn with silver handles, an Elizabeth II silver mounted table lighter of cylindrical form, makers S.J. Rose & Son, London 1968, three various silver spoons, a shaped square dish, a late Victorian silver mounted glass scent bottle, hinge broken, five napkin rings, etc, approximate gross weight of weighable silver 14.1ozt, 440 grams (parcel) (condition: napkin rings are in poor to fair condition, the blue glass liner has been damaged and glued but is still incomplete, the handle of the cased shoe horn is loose, marks vary including rubbed, the easel on the back of the photograph frame has been reorientated) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 343 Lot 343 A NEAR PAIR OF ELIZABETH II SILVER CORINTHIAN COLUMN CANDLESTICKS, detachable shaped square beaded sconces, stop fluted columns, stepped square and beaded loaded bases, makers Joseph Gloster Ltd, Birmingham 1976, heights approximately 20.5cm and 20cm (2) £120 - £180 plus BP* Lot 344 A GEORGE V CIRCULAR SILVER SALVER, wavy rim with pie crust edge, on three short cabriole legs with hoof feet, makers Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1937, approximate weight 38.5ozt, 1198 grams, diameter approximately 35.5cm (condition: sits level on a flat surface, has scratches commensurate with use and age) £300 - £400 plus BP*

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Lot 345 AN ELIZABETH II SILVER COFFEE POT, of oval form, bakelite fitments, husk decoration to band, on four foliate scroll feet, makers Joseph Gloster Ltd, Birmingham 1976, approximate weight 21.4ozt, 666 grams, together with an Elizabeth II silver rectangular cigarette box, engine turned hinged cover, on flattened bracket feet, maker Joseph Gloster Ltd, Birmingham 1975, width 18cm x depth 10.5cm x height 5.5cm and a pair of silver plated sugar tongs (3) (condition: coffee pot has a rough patch above bottom section of handle, the cigarette box has a dent on the lid) £180 - £220 plus BP* Lot 346 AN ELIZABETH II SILVER CIRCULAR WAITER, gadrooned pie crust border, presentation inscription to centre, one four short cabriole legs with scrolled feet, makers J.B. Chatterley & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1976, approximate 5.9ozt, 186 grams, together with a small parcel of silver including a pair of grape scissors, a letter opener with fleur de lys finial, two bookmarks, teaspoons, etc, including an EPNS condiment spoon, approximate gross weight of weighable silver 8.6ozt, 269 grams (parcel) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 347 A SET OF ELIZABETH II SILVER KINGS PATTERN FLATWARE, maker L & Co, Birmingham 1977, comprising six fish knives, twelve fish forks, six pastry forks, six fruit spoons, six soup spoons, six tea spoons, six coffee spoons, six dessert spoons, six desert forks, six table spoons, six table forks, together with a set of six silver pastry forks, makers Travis, Wilson & Co Ltd, Sheffield 1970, approximate gross weight 129.8ozt, 4039 grams, together with a set of six silver handled table knives, both sets with stainless steel blades marked Warriss, Sheffield 1971 (total 90 pieces) (condition: used condition, with scratches, some marks partially rubbed) £800 - £1200 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 348 A PARCEL OF SILVER MOUNTED DRESSING TABLE ITEMS, etc, including two hand mirrors, two hair brushes, etc, together with a white metal punch ladle with coin inset and whale bone handle, cased teaspoons and tea knives, etc, approximate gross weight of weighable silver 4.1ozt, 130 grams, together with three EPNS spoons (parcel) (condition: mixed condition, some pieces very damaged) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 349 A GEORGE V SILVER THREE PIECE CRUET SET, of cylindrical form, the salt and pepper with domed pull off covers and stepped circular foot rims, covered mustard with blue glass liner, maker William Comyns & Sons Ltd (Richard Comyns), London 1935, together with two silver condiment spoons and with other silver to include an arched five bar toast rack, Birmingham 1939, a circular open salt, Birmingham 1907, a modern silver decanter label for ‘Sherry’, three hallmarked silver thimbles and a pair of silver sugar tongs of George II style, Birmingham 1904, approximate gross weight 9.3ozt, 292 grams, together with a small quantity of 19th Century Fiddle pattern spoons and sugar tongs, including Exeter assayed, approximate gross weight 9.9ozt, 310 grams (parcel) (condition: flatware is used condition, one thimble has a hole, other items in fair condition) £150 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 350 Lot 350 A GEORGE V SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN SOUP LADLE, engraved initial and date, makers Daniel & Arter, Birmingham 1914, approximate weight 8.9ozt, 278 grams, together with 18th, 19th and 20th Century tea, table and condiment spoons, including bright cut tea spoons, Rat Tail dessert spoon and Hanoverian shell back table spoons, approximate gross weight 18.7ozt, 584 grams (parcel) (condition: soup ladle in good condition, other spoons in mixed condition, some with illegible marks, worn bowls, etc £200 - £250 plus BP*

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Lot 351 Lot 351 AN EDWARDIAN ART NOUVEAU SILVER BACKED DRESSING TABLE SET, embossed with peacocks, maker Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1901/1903, together with another two piece Art Nouveau silver backed dressing table set, Birmingham 1907, silver topped glass jars, etc (12) (condition: majority of silver backed dressing table items have some thinning or loose around edges, marks vary, bristles in used condition) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 352 A GEORGE VI RECTANGULAR SILVER CIGARETTE CASE, engine turned decoration, maker E & J Leek, Birmingham 1947, approximately 13.5cm x 8.5cm, together with another silver cigarette case, smaller and plain, Birmingham 1923, approximately 7.5cm x 5.5cm, a Victorian christening mug on four ball feet, presentation inscription, maker George Unite, Birmingham 1877, a 1929 birth record silver spoon, a set of six Old English pattern tea spoons and another similar, approximate gross weight 16.9ozt, 526 grams (11) (condition: generally fair condition to all pieces) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 353 Lot 353 A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER BACHELOR’S TEAPOT, of oval form, reeded decoration, ebonised fitments, marks rubbed, London 1895, approximate weight 7.8ozt, 243 grams, together with a pair of late Victorian silver column candlesticks, loaded square bases, s.d., Sheffield 1890, height approximately 13cm, a boxed silver handled cheese knife, a small silver five bar toast rack, a silver octagonal caster, a.f., and a pair of late Victorian Walker & Hall silver bon bon dishes, s.d. (8) £80 - £120 plus BP*


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Lot 354 Lot 354 AN ELIZABETH II SILVER THREE LIGHT CANDELABRUM OF VICTORIAN STYLE, shaped square detachable sconces, drip pans, column terminals and foot, all cast with foliate scrolls, removable centre to use as a single candlestick, loaded base, maker Barker Ellis Silver Co, Birmingham 1967, height approximately 47cm (condition: overall good, no subsidiary marks visible on one detachable sconce) £400 - £600 plus BP*

Lot 355 Lot 355 AN EDWARDIAN/GEORGE V SILVER THREE PIECE CIRCULAR TEASET, wavy rims repousse decorated with birds and animals with foliate scrolls, on three lion mask spiral twist cabriole legs with paw feet, makers George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester 1906 (milk jug) 1910 (sugar bowl) and 1915 (teapot) bears retailers stamp for Ogden Harrogate, approximate weight 29.5ozt, 918 grams (3) (condition: finial on teapot is split, top of handle not currently joined to body of cream jug, sugar bowl has a slightly mishapen frilled edge) £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 356 A SMALL GROUP OF SILVER AND WHITE METAL, to include a white metal Neo-Classical style covered bowl, on three splayed legs with female masks and hoof feet, linked by an undertier, bears impressed marks to cover and base, height approximately 14.5cm, approximate weight 252 grams, together with a George V pierced silver bottle stand, loaded base, makers S. Blanckensee & Son Ltd, Birmingham 1916, height approximately 11cm, a pair of George V silver candlesticks of circular form, loaded bases, Birmingham 1916, height approximately 16cm, a George V cut glass and silver mounted rectangular toilet jar and an Edwardian oval silver salt with white metal condiment spoon (7) (condition: finial loose on cover, candlesticks are dented, blue glass liner is badly chipped in salt, toilet jar has dented cover, some marks rubbed) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 357 A PAIR OF CHINESE EXPORT WHITE METAL SALTS, of oval form, gilt lined, repousse decorated with panels of figures in landscapes, aquatic life and Chinese characters, the bases stamped ‘LW’ and Chinese marks, approximate weight 51 grams, height approximately 3.3cm, together with a set of four white metal and filigree work covered vessels, bear marks for Netherlands, approximate weight 411 grams, height approximately 8.5cm (6) (condition: salts gilding worn, the vessels with some filigree missing or loose, two leaning slightly) £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Lot 358 Lot 358 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER SALVER, of circular form with wavy pie crust border, no inscriptions, on three short cabriole legs with scroll feet, makers Thomas Bradbury & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1907, diameter 32cm, approximate weight 35.3ozt, 1097 grams (condition: no engraving, some surface scratches commensurate with age and use) £300 - £400 plus BP*

Lot 359 Lot 359 A VICTORIAN SILVER COFFEE POT, of baluster form, domed cover with flattened knop finial, ‘S’ scroll handle with ivory insulators scroll and circle engraved decoration to the body, circular foot, makers Edward & John Barnard, London 1866, height 27.5cm, approximate weight 28ozt, 874 grams (condition: good condition overall, marks rubbed, insulators have cracks) £320 - £380 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 360 A LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY RUSSIAN SILVER CIGARETTE CASE, the hinged cover engraved with a man in a troika in an open landscape, foliate scroll border, the reverse of the case with scroll engraving, gilt interior bears Kokoshnik mark, approximately 10.5cm x 7cm, approximately 128 grams (condition: Troika scene worn, few minor dints, especially to corners, slight wear to gilding) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 361 Lot 361 STUART DEVLIN, a cased Elizabeth II silver gilt surprise egg, the textured egg containing a silver gilt chick with open beak standing on oxidised straw effect base, London 1971, height 6.5cm, approximate weight 5ozt, 158 grams, in original case (condition: there is a light to heavy wear to the gilding on the outside of the egg, remnants of polish on inside of cover, the outer box is marked and the velvet around the area of the egg has blackened) £220 - £280 plus BP*

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Lot 362 A CASED HARLEQUIN SET OF FOUR GEORGIAN SILVER BERRY SPOONS AND CASTER SPOON, gilt bowls embossed with fruit, the caster spoon bowl of shell shape, comprising a pair of spoons makers Samuel Godbehere, Edward Wigan & James Boult, London 1806 and the other two by the same makers 1804 and 1808, the castor spoon maker Ebenezer Coker 1755, approximate gross weight 9.5ozt, 297 grams (condition: case is marked and split, caster spoon bowl slightly bent, some light wear to gilding) £180 - £220 plus BP* Lot 363 A LATE VICTORIAN/EDWARDIAN 9CT GOLD MOUNTED EIGHT PIECE LADIES MANICURE SET, comprising file, sharp tool, two pairs of scissors, brush, buffer and two covered cut glass jars, with embossed foliate scroll decoration, makers Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1900/01, approximate gross weight of jar lids and nail buffer mount 18.9 grams (condition: buffer slots into mount, jar rims both chipped and one jar has remnants of cosmetic cream, both scissors loose at screw joint, marks good on all pieces, outer case is distressed, especially back right corner) £300 - £400 plus BP* Lot 364 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY FRENCH SILVER DESK SET, in fitted case, comprising glass inkwell with hinged silver cover, seal with short handle, letter opener, dip pen and rocking blotter, embossed with foliate scrolls and engraved initials, in a cream velvet and silk lined case (condition: good condition overall, a few minor dents, silk in case split and front and some staining to velvet) £150 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 365 Lot 365 AN ELIZABETH II SILVER TANKARD, of baluster form, ‘S’ scroll handle, circular foot, maker Viners Ltd, Sheffield 1964, height approximately 12cm, approximate weight 11.6ozt, 362 grams (condition: two noticeable dents around top rim) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 366 A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SERVICE, of oval form, gadrooned rims, reeded decoration, ebony fitments, strap work handles, maker’s James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1894, approximate weight 42.8ozt, 1333 grams (3) (condition: overall good condition) £350 - £450 plus BP* Lot 367 A GEORGE V CIRCULAR SILVER SWING HANDLED CAKE BASKET, the handle with central oval rosette, the basket with leaf crest edge around a pierced border, stepped circular foot, maker’s Edward Barnard & Sons, Birmingham 1920, diameter approximately 25.5cm, approximate weight 25.5cm, 717 grams (condition: marks partially rubbed otherwise in generally good condition) £150 - £250 plus BP*


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 368 A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN SILVER BON BON DISHES, of wavy oval form, embossed with foliate scrolls, hearts and ribbons, pierced decoration, on four ball feets, maker’s Elkington & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1898, together with two unassociated silver condiment forks with ball finials, approximate gross weight 2.0ozt, 64 grams, comes with a non matching display case (condition: dishes slightly mishapen, marks fairly clear) £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 368 Lot 369 A VICTORIAN BURR WALNUT DRESSING CASE, the hinged cover with brass rectangular cartouche with engraved monogram, the coromandel lined interior fitted with velvet backed mirror and stationery compartment, the lower section with silver mounted glass jars, maker’s include Thomas Johnson, London 1864 and JH, London 1844, together with a velvet tray of mother of pearl handled dressing table requisites, two drawers fitted below the bottom, one with writing surface and jewellery compartment, width 31cm x depth 23.5cm x height 21cm (condition: the box cover veneer has splits along both sides and front right, the base with some lifting to veneer on sides, two of the smallest covers have splits and one has soldered repairs) £200 - £250 plus BP*

Lot 369

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WINES, WHISKY & PORT


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 375 NINE BOTTLES OF CHATEAU MALESCOT ST EXUPERY MARGAUX 1974 3RD ER, GRAND CRU CLASSE EN 1855, numbered bottles, fill levels vary from mid-shoulder to mid-neck, no evidence of leakage (all seals intact) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 370

Lot 376

Lot 370 A BOTTLE OF BRUICHLADDICH OCHDAMH-MOR MASTERCLASS 08.1, a heavily peated Islay Single Malt, 59.3% vol, 700ml, seal intact and in a presentation container £100 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 376 THREE BOTTLES OF ‘Y’ LUR SALUCES 1978 SAUTERNES, fill levels consistent with age, two bottles in wooden box £150 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 371 TWO BOTTLES OF GRAHAM’S 1977 VINTAGE PORT, seals intact, a classic Port £120 - £160 plus BP* Lot 372 A BOTTLE OF CHATEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD, 1980, 1er cru, ullage consistent with year £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 373 A BOTTLE OF CHATEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD, 1981, 1er cru, ullage consistent with year £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 374 A BOTTLE OF CHATEAU MARGAUX 1981 PREMIER GRAND CRU CLASSE 1855, ullage consistent with year £150 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 377 Lot 377 TWO BOXES OF HABANA CIGARS, comprising a box of Manuel Lopez Coronas (10), sealed and a box of Manuel Lopez Punch-Punch De Luxe (25) sealed, also included in this lot are three boxes of Castella Cigars, unopened and sealed, probably twenty five cigars and a box of Swiss Domino Cigars containing thirty cigars £100 - £200 plus BP* Lot 378 A BOX OF ROYAL JAMAICA DOUBLE CORONA CIGARS, (25), sealed £40 - £60 plus BP*

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Lot 379 Lot 379 A BOTTLE OF COS D’ESTOURNEL 1945 DEUXIEME GRANDE CRU CLASSE, St. Estephe bottled for the Antique Wine Company, seal intact, boxed with a presentation certificate £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 380 A COLLECTION OF MINIATURES, small bottles of Whisky and Spirits and alcohol related tourist souvenirs to include a bottle of Alberta Springs Whisky, Dimple Whisky, Smirnoff Vodka, two bottles of Sherry and a number of continental miniature bottles of Spirits £15 - £25 plus BP*

Lot 381 Lot 381 A COLLECTION OF WHISKY, PORT AND SPIRITS, to include a bottle of Johnnie Walker Black Label Whisky, a bottle of Antiquary Whisky (proving increasing collectable), a bottle of Croft late bottled vintage Port 1978, a bottle of Gilbey’s Port plus Benedictine, Gin and Cognac, (12 bottles in total) £40 - £60 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 382 FOUR BOTTLES OF GIN, to include two Gordon Special Dry London Gin, a bottle of Beefeater Gin and a bottle of Windsor Dry Gin (4) £20 - £40 plus BP* Lot 383 A COLLECTION OF TWENTY THREE BOTTLES OF WINE, CHAMPAGNE, PORT, COGNAC, WHISKY, SHERRY, SPIRITS AND LIQUEURS, to include a bottle of Lanson Black Label, a bottle of Moet & Chandon, a bottle of F Bonnet Champagne, a bottle of Remy Martin VSOP, 1 litre, a bottle of Bells Whisky, a bottle of Taylor’s late bottled Port 1987, a bottle of Cockburn’s late bottled Port 1992, a 1 litre bottle of Gordon’s Gin, Smirnoff Vodka and other miscellaneous bottles £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 384 FOUR BOTTLES OF WHISKY, CHAMPAGNE, PORT AND A LIQUEUR, comprising a litre bottle of Bell’s Whisky, a bottle of Morrison’s Champagne, 75cl, a bottle of Cockburn’s Special Reserve Port, 75cl, a bottle of Grand Marnier Liqueur, 500ml, also to include a miniature £15 - £20 plus BP*

Lot 385 Lot 385 A BOTTLE OF JOHNNIE WALKER SWING WHISKY, (boxed) £20 - £30 plus BP*

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Lot 386 A COLLECTION OF TWENTY THREE BOTTLES OF WINE, BEER AND SPIRITS, to include a 1 litre bottle of Tullamore Dew Irish Whiskey, a 125cl bottle of Bacardi, a 1 litre bottle of Three Barrels Brandy, a bottle of Pol Monnet Champagne and bottles of various Spirits, Liqueurs and Beer, also included is a collection of twenty eight miniatures featuring Whisky, Brandy and Liqueurs £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 387 A COLLECTION OF TWELEVE BOTTLES OF (PREDOMINANTLY) EUROPEAN RED AND WHITE WINE, including Chateauneuf du Pape 1989, St. Gervais Cote du Rhone 1990 and a 37.5cl bottle of Chateau Coutet Barsac 1984 (12) £50 - £60 plus BP* Lot 388 A COLLECTION OF TWENTY BOTTLES OF EUROPEAN RED AND WHITE WINE, (19 French, 1 Italian), comprising six Domaine Touzet Macon-Villages 2004, two Chablis Vielles Vignes 2004, a Petit Chablis Domaine de L’Orme 2004, a bottle of Norberto 10.94, two Chateau Haut Cabut Cote de Blaye 2003, two Chateau Moulin de Pillardot Bordeaux Superieur 2005, two Chateau Victoria Cru Bourgeois Haut Medoc 1997, a bottle of Chateau Tour Bellegrave 2003, a bottle of Chateau Moulin de Farguet Montagne St. Emilion 2005, a bottle of Chateau Lieujean Haut Medoc 2005 and a bottle of Chateau Laborde Lalande de Pomerol 2003, all bottles are in very good condition (20) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 389 A COLLECTION OF NINE BOTTLES OF SPIRITS, comprising a bottle of Courvoisier VSOP, a bottle of Domaine de la Voute Cognac (35cl), a bottle of Amadeus Cherry Brandy, a bottle of De Kuyper Apricot Brandy, a bottle of Black Mountain Liqueur, a bottle of Glayva Liqueur, a bottle of Pilavas Ouzo and two bottles of Cointreau (9) £20 - £30 plus BP*

Lot 390 A COLLECTION OF OVER TWENTY FIVE BOTTLES OF WINE, PORT AND SPIRITS, including half bottles and miniatures, most bottles are in generally good condition with the exception of three items, also included is a pine wine rack £20 - £30 plus BP*

Lot 391 Lot 391 FOUR BOTTLES OF OLD RUM, to include Three Lemon Hart Golden Jamaica Rum, 1970’s bottling, 26 2/3 floz, 70% proof and a bottle of Myers Rum, 1970’s bottling, 70% proof, fill levels consistent with age, generally mid-neck or upper shoulder (4) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 392 FOUR BOTTLES OF WOOD’S OLD NAVY RUM, 1960’s/1970’s bottling, 26 2/3 floz, 100% proof, fill levels consistent with age, generally mid-neck or upper shoulder (4)£100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 393 FOUR BOTTLES OF SPIRITS, comprising a bottle of Hine ‘Homage to Thomas Hine’ Grand Cru Fine Champagne Cognac, blended from 1984, 1986 and 1987, created in 2000 and selected in 2008, 40% vol, 70cl, fill level mid-shoulder, sealed and boxed, a bottle of El Dorado Special Reserve 15 year old Rum, 43% vol, 70cl, fill level high shoulder, sealed and boxed with a separate glass stopper, a bottle of Calvados VSOP Chateau du Breuil, 40% vol, 70cl, fill level mid-neck, sealed, also included are two boxed collection of miniatures comprising Glenmorangie and Gordon & McPhail Whiskies, all 5cl £60 - £80 plus BP*


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Lot 397 Lot 394 A BOTTLE OF LAUBADE BAS ARMAGNAC 1941, fill level lower shoulder, seal intact in a presentation box £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 401 THREE BOTTLES OF TAYLOR’S VINTAGE PORT 1980 AND 1983, all seals intact and ullage consistent for year (3) £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 395 A BOTTLE OF MOET & CHANDON 1966 DRY IMPERIAL CHAMPAGNE, fill level 2cm from base when bottled inverted, seal intact and a bottle of Courvoisier Millennium 2000 Cognac, fill level lower shoulder, seal intact (2) £60 - £100 plus BP* Lot 396 EIGHT BOTTLES COMPRISING OF COGNAC, CHAMPAGNE, SPARKLING WINE, VODKA AND SHERRY, consisting of Otard Cognac, Moet & Chandon, a Carpentier and Veuve Ricotteau Champagne, two other sparkling wines an Ultimat Vodka and a bottle of Harvey’s Bristol Cream (8) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 397 TWO BOTTLES OF MARTELL COGNAC, comprising XO Supreme ‘The rarest and oldest Eaux-de-Vie selected from their Paradise Cellar’ and XO Cognac, both bottles fully sealed and boxed (2) £100 - £140 plus BP*

Lot 400 Lot 400 FOUR BOTTLES OF PORT, comprising a bottle of Dow’s 1977 (bottled 1979) Millennium Edition, 150cl, a bottle of Warre’s 10 year old, a bottle of Dow’s 1985 (bottled 1987) and a bottle of Hutcheson Colheita 1983 (4) £100 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 398 Lot 398 A BOTTLE OF J. CALVERT & CO COGNAC, 1917 VINTAGE, the year label has become detached at some point and has been reattached, fill level is consistent with age, (this is a rare bottle not often seen at auction) £100 - £120 plus BP* Lot 399 FIVE BOTTLES OF PORT AND A BOTTLE OF MADEIRA, comprising a bottle of Cossart Gordon Bual 5 year old, 17.5% vol, 75cl, a bottle of Graham’s Malvedos 1979, a bottle of Dow’s 1985 (bottled 1987) 37.5cl, a bottle of Kopke 20 year old, bottled 1988, a bottle of Rozes 10 year old and a bottle of Offley (lbv) 1984, bottled 1990 £100 - £200 plus BP*

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Lot 402 SIX BOTTLES OF VINTAGE AND NON-VINTAGE PORT, comprising a bottle of Dow’s LBV 2003, two bottles of Noval LBV 1998, two bottles of Churchill’s 1996 and a bottle of Almeida Dry, all levels consistent with age and seals intact (6) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 403 Lot 403 THREE BOTTLES OF VINTAGE AND NON-VINTAGE PORT AND TWO BOTTLES OF MADEIRA, comprising of a bottle of Graham’s Reserve 1960, bottled 1962, a bottle of Graham’s 1977, bottled 1979, a bottle of Taylor’s 10 year old Tawny and two bottles of Cossart Gordon Colheita 1999 50cl, all levels consistent with age and seals intact £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 404 THREE BOTTLES OF PORT, comprising Cockburn’s 1985, Quinto do Estanho 30 Anos and a Vista Allegre 40 year old, ullage consistent with age, the seal of the Cockburn’s is partially detached (3) £30 - £50 plus BP*

Lot 407

Lot 405 Lot 405 A BOTTLE OF OFFLEY BOA VISTA PORT 1962, seal intact, ullage consistent with age £80 - £100 plus BP* Lots 406 – 448 The following collection is from the cellar of the (now closed) Mill Restaurant at Alvechurch which in 1999 was the only Restaurant in the Birmingham area of the Good Food Guide with a Fine Wine Accreditation (Source of information ex.proprietor) Lot 406 A CASE OF TWELVE BOTTLES OF SANDEMAN VINTAGE PORT 1980, the case has been opened to verify the contents and resealed £200 - £300 plus BP*

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Lot 407 A COLLECTION OF EIGHT BOTTLES OF VINTAGE AND NON-VINTAGE PORT AND FORTIFIED WINE, comprising a bottle of Quinta Do Noval 1963, a bottle of Krohn Heritage Tawny Port 1968, a bottle of Fonseca Crusted Port 2006, three bottles of Garrafeira Vinho Tinto and two bottles of Excedente fortified Spanish Wine, fill levels vary from lower shoulder to mid-neck (8) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 408 THREE BOTTLES OF 1975 VINTAGE PORT, comprising a bottle of Offley Boa Vista, bottled in 1977, a bottle of Croft, bottled in 1977 and a bottle of Cockburn’s 1975, all seals appear intact and no evidence of seepage, ullage consistent for the year (3) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 409 THREE BOTTLES OF VINTAGE PORT, comprising a bottle of Sandeman 1958 vintage, bottled in 1960, fill level upper shoulder, seal slightly perished and two bottles of Porto Calem Quinta da Foz 1970 vintage, fill levels lower and upper shoulder, seal slightly perished on both bottles (3) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 410 Lot 410 THREE BOTTLES OF VINTAGE PORT, comprising three Royal Oporto Quinta das Carvalhas 1970 vintage, bottled in 1972, all seals appear intact and no evidence of seepage, ullage consistent for the year (3) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 411 FOUR BOTTLES OF VINTAGE PORT, comprising two Royal Oporto Vinho do Porto vintage 1977 and two Delaforce & Sons Finest Vintage Port 1970, the seals of the Royal Oporto bottles are intact and there is no evidence of seepage, the seals of the Delaforce bottles show some signs of perishing, fill levels are consistent with age (4) £80 - £120 plus BP*


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 415 FIVE BOTTLES OF MARGAUX, comprising four bottles of Chateau Giscours Grande Cru Classe 1982 (two unlabelled) and a bottle of Chateau Palmer 1970 (torn label), fill levels from high shoulder to low neck, consistent with age and cellaring, seals intact (5) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 416 A MAGNUM OF CHATEAU PALMER MARGAUX, label detached but is possibly a 1970 vintage although this cannot be guaranteed, fill level low neck, seal intact £120 - £200 plus BP* Lot 412 Lot 412 TWO BOTTLES OF EXCELLENT VINTAGE PORT, comprising two bottles of Graham’s Malvedos 1968 vintage, both seals are intact with no signs of seepage although the labels on the back of each bottle has been torn, ullage consistent with year (2) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 413 NINE BOTTLES OF CHATEAU MUSAR, PROPRIETAIRE GASTON HOCHAR, vintages vary from 1964-1994 and includes some very good vintages, pre 1980 vintages contain 73cl of wine and the alcohol content is not displayed, post 1980 vintages contain 75cl of wine and the abv 14%, fill levels vary from mid to upper shoulder, consistent with age and cellaring, seals intact £600 - £700 plus BP* Lot 414 SIX BOTTLES OF MARGAUX, comprising three bottles of Chateau Lascombes Grande Cru Classe 1981 and 1983 (2) and three Chateau Siran Grand Cru Exceptionnel 1970 (one label missing), fill levels from upper shoulder to low neck, consistent with age and cellaring, seals intact (6) £140 - £160 plus BP*

Lot 417 A MAGNUM OF CHATEAU PALMER MARGAUX, label detached but is possibly a 1970 vintage although this cannot be guaranteed, fill level low neck, seal intact £120 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 418 Lot 418 THREE BOTTLES OF PAUILLAC, comprising a bottle of Chateau Mouton de Armailhacq Philppe de Rothschild Pauillac 1953 (not original seal), a bottle of Chateau Lynch Bages Grand Cru Classe 1962 and a bottle of Chateau Batailley Grand Cru Classe from the legendary 1961 vintage, fill levels high shoulder to low neck, consistent with age and cellaring, seals intact (3) £120 - £160 plus BP*

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Lot 419 THREE BOTTLES OF PAUILLAC, comprising two bottles of Chateau Haut Bages Averous 1986 and a bottle of Chateau Longueville 1979, fill levels high shoulder to low neck, consistent with age and cellaring, seals intact (3) £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 420 FOUR BOTTLES OF PAUILLAC, comprising three bottles of Chateau Mouton Baronne Philippe ‘en homage a Pauline’ Cru Classe 1983 and another ‘en homage’ 1979, fill levels high shoulder to low neck, consistent with age and cellaring, seals intact (4) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 421 TWO MAGNUMS OF CHATEAU MOUTON BARONNE PHILIPPE PAUILLAC 1978, fill levels low and high shoulder, seals partially intact (2) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 422 FOUR BOTTLES OF SAINT JULIEN, comprising two bottles of Chateau Langoa Barton 1978, Cru Classe en 1855, fill levels mid-high shoulder, seals intact and two bottles of Chateau Langoa Barton 1983, fill levels low neck, consistent with age and cellaring, seals intact, also included is a bottle Chateau Gruaud Larose 1985 37.5cl (5) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 423 THREE BOTTLES OF SAINT JULIEN AND A BOTTLE OF SAINT ESTEPHE, comprising a bottle of Chateau Leoville Barton 1986 Cru Classe en 1855, two bottles of Chateau Talbot Grand Cru Classe 1981 and a bottle of Chateau Montrose Saint Estephe 1985 Grand Cru Classe en 1855, fill levels low neck, consistent with age and cellaring, seals intact (4) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Lot 424 Lot 424 SEVEN BOTTLES OF GRAVES APPELLATION WINES, comprising three bottles of Chateau Haut Bailly 1982 Grand Cru Classe, three bottles of Chateau de Nouchet 1982 and a bottle of Domaine de Gaillat 1986, the 1982 vintage was outstanding, fill levels in Grand Cru’s, low neck, consistent with age and cellaring, seals intact, all other bottles vary from low shoulder to low neck, seals intact (7) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 425 SIX BOTTLES OF HAUT-MEDOC APPELLATION WINES, comprising four bottles of Chateau La Lagune Grande Cru Classe 1985 (2), 1982, 1967, a bottle of Chateau La Tour Carnet Grand Cru Classe en 1855 and a bottle of Chateau Coufran 1971, fill levels from upper shoulder to low neck, all seals intact, also included is a bottle of Chateau La Lagune 1985 37.5cl (7) £120 - £160 plus BP* Lot 426 SEVEN BOTTLES OF POMEROL, comprising two bottles of Chateau Nenin 1961 (legendary vintage), wine selected by Pauillac Wine Company of London, two bottles of Chateau La Pointe 1982, a bottle of Chateau Lagrange 1982, a bottle of Chateau Lagrange 1982, a bottle of Chateau L’Eglise-Clinet 1983 and a bottle of Le Grand Chai 2007, fill levels from high shoulder to low neck with exception of the Chateau Nenin which are low to mid shoulder and there is some deterioration of the corks, the remaining bottles are sealed (7) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Lot 427 FIVE BOTTLES OF SAINT EMILION GRAND CRU, comprising four bottles of Chateau Moulin du Cadet (2 x 1978, 2 x 1985) and a bottle of Chateau Monlot Capet 1985, fill levels generally low neck to high shoulder, all seals intact (5) £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 428 SEVEN BOTTLES OF SAINT EMILION APPELLATION WINES, comprising three bottles of Chateau Lyonnat Lussac 1985, two bottles of Chateau Beaurang 1983 and two bottles of Chateau Calon Montagnes 1985, fill levels low neck to high shoulder, all seals intact (7)£40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 431 THIRTEEN BOTTLES OF RED WINE FROM BURGUNDY, RHONE, LOIRE AND SPAIN, comprising three bottles of Chateauneuf-du-Pape (1972,1979, 2004), a bottle of Paul Jaboulet Aine ‘La Chapelle’ 1979, a bottle of Aloxe Corton 1966, three bottles of Loire’s and four bottles of Rioja’s, fill levels consistent with age and condition, all seals intact (13) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 432 TWO MAGNUMS OF PAUL JABOULET AINE ‘LA CHAPELLE’ HERMITAGE 1980, fill level upper shoulder and low neck, base of corks with sediment, both seals intact (2) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 429 EIGHTEEN BOTTLES OF BORDEAUX WINE, comprising eleven bottles of Chateau Pitray, Cotes de Castillon 1995, six bottles of Clos Lagassa, Premieres Cotes de Blaye 1997 and a bottle of Chateau Heroult Bordeaux Superieur, fill levels generally lowmid neck, all seals intact (18) £80 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 430 Lot 430 THREE MAGNUMS OF COTE DE BOURG WINE, comprising two bottles of Chateau Beauguerit 1983 and a bottle of Chateau Haut-Marquisat 1979, fill levels upper shoulder, all seals intact (3) £30 - £40 plus BP*

Lot 433 Lot 433 A BOTTLE OF DOM PERIGNON CHAMPAGNE 1990 VINTAGE, inverted ullage 1.5cms from base £100 - £120 plus BP* Lot 434 A BOTTLE OF DOM PERIGNON CHAMPAGNE 1990 VINTAGE, inverted ullage 1.5cms from base £100 - £120 plus BP*


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Lot 435 Lot 435 A BOTTLE OF KRUG CHAMPAGNE GRAND CUVEE, boxed £70 - £90 plus BP* Lot 436 A BOTTLE OF KRUG CHAMPAGNE GRAND CUVEE, boxed £70 - £90 plus BP* Lot 437 A BOTTLE OF POL ROGER RESERVE CHAMPAGNE £30 - £40 plus BP* Lot 438 THREE BOTTLES, ONE MAGNUM AND ONE 0.5 LITRE BOTTLES OF CHAMPAGNE, comprising Magnum of Bollinger 1979, fill level low (below shoulder), a 0.5 litre bottle of Bollinger Cuvee Brut, two bottles of Lanson Brut 1983 and a bottle of Lanson Ratafia de Champagne Liqueur (5) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 439 SIX BOTTLES OF CHAMPAGNE, comprising a bottle of Bruno Paillard, a bottle of Mercier demisec, a bottle of J de Telmont Grand Reserve, a bottle of Graham Beck Brut Rose, a bottle of Jacquart Brut Mosaique and a bottle of Tanner’s Reserve Rose Champagne (6) £50 - £70 plus BP*

Lot 440 Lot 440 SIX BOTTLES OF CHAMPAGNE, comprising a bottle of Coteaux Bouzy Rouge, a bottle of Pommery Rheims 1989, a bottle of Comtesse de Bellefleur, a bottle of Perrier Jouet Special Reserve 1976, a bottle of Ruinart Brut and a bottle of Duval Leroy Brut 2005 (6) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 441 SIX BOTTLES OF CHAMPAGNE, comprising three bottles of Nicholas Feuillatte and three bottles of Monsigny Brut (6) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 442 FIVE BOTTLES OF CHAMPAGNE AND FOUR BOTTLES OF SPARKLING WINE, comprising three bottles of Jean Marie Cuvee Brut, a bottle of Comtesse de Bellefleur, a bottle of Pommery Rheims 1989, two bottles of Cremant de Loire, Chateau de Laulee, a bottle of Juve Y Camps Reserve de la Familia Cava and a bottle of Pongracz (5) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 443 TWO MAGNUMS OF CHANTEALOUETTE HERMITAGE 1988, mis en bouteille par M. Chapoutier, fill level low neck, seals intact and boxed (2) £80 - £100 plus BP*

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Lot 444 EIGHT BOTTLES OF FRENCH WHITE WINE FROM THE LOIRE, comprising two bottles of Clos de la Coulee de Serrant 1980, Savennieres-Loire, Propietaire Mme A. Joly, fill level low-upper shoulder, two bottles of Banchereau, Coteaux du Layon, Saint Aubin de Luigne 1989, fill level low-upper shoulder, a bottle of Coteaux du Layon Domaine Touchais 1964, fill level upper shoulder, a bottle of Baron Phillipe de la Bouillerie 1978, fill level midshoulder and a bottle of Vouvray 1975, A. Foreau, fill level low neck, all wines show certain degrees of discolouration and bottles have staining on the labels (8) £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 445 Lot 445 FIVE BOTTLES OF FRENCH WHITE WINE FROM BORDEAUX, comprising a bottle of Chateau Lafaurie-Peyraguey 1977, 1 er Grand Cru de Sauternes, Proprietaire D. Cordier, fill level low neck, a bottle of Louis Eschenauer Sauternes 1976, fill level upper shoulder, a bottle of Chateau Terfort Ste. Croix du Mont, Proprietaire A. de Seze, fill level upper shoulder, a bottle of Premieres Cotes de Bordeaux selected by Sichel, fill level upper shoulder and a bottle of Chateau Coutet a Barsac 1983, Premier Cru Classe, fill level upper shoulder (37.5cl), all wines show degrees of discolouration and bottles have staining on the labels (5) £40 - £60 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 446 SEVEN BOTTLES OF FRENCH WHITE WINE FROM EASTERN FRANCE, comprising a bottle of Chablis Grand Cru Vaudesir, Proprietaire Guy Robin, fill level upper shoulder, a bottle of Clos la Roquette 1990 Chateauneuf du Pape, fill level upper shoulder, a bottle of Hospices de Beaune 1995 Meursault, fill level midneck, a bottle of Domain de Fenouillet 2000, Muscat de Beaumes de Venise, fill level low neck, a bottle of Condrieu 1999, fill level low neck, a bottle of Cellier de Dauphins Crozes Hermitage, fill level low neck and a bottle of St Joseph Blanc 1975, imported by Berry Bros & Rudd, all wines show varying degrees of discolouration and bottles have staining on the labels (7) £30 - £40 plus BP* Lot 447 EIGHT BOTTLES OF FRENCH WHITE WINE, comprising three bottles of Moulin Touchais 1959 Anjou, fill levels low-mid shoulder, three bottles of Mas de Daumas Gassac, Vin de Pays de Herault, fill levels low neck, a bottle of Jurancon Cuvee du Quadricentenaire and a bottle of Monbazillac 1975, Chateau Le Fage, fill levels upper shoulder, all of these wines show deep discolouration with varying degrees of staining to the labels (8) £30 - £40 plus BP* Lot 448 TWELVE BOTTLES AND SIX HALF BOTTLES OF WHITE WINE FROM EUROPE AND THE NEW WORLD, mainly from Germany

Lot 449 Lot 449 A BOTTLE OF FIRST CASK SPEYSIDE MALT WHISKY 1976, distilled 15th April 1976, a 29 year old unblended malt, cask No.1058, bottle No.22, produced from spirit originally distilled at The Glen Spey Distillery and produced and bottled by Direct Wines Ltd, 46% vol, 70cl, seal intact £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 451 Lot 451 A BOTTLE OF FIRST CASK SPEYSIDE MALT WHISKY 1982, distilled 24th June 1982, a 24 year old unblended malt, cask No.3969, bottle No.540, produced from spirit originally distilled at the Imperial Distillery and produced and bottled by Direct Wines Ltd, 46% vol, 70cl, seal intact £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 450 A BOTTLE OF FIRST CASK SPEYSIDE MALT WHISKY 1982, distilled 24th June 1982, a 24 year old unblended malt, cask No.3969, bottle No.539, produced from spirit originally distilled at the Imperial Distillery and produced and bottled by Direct Wines Ltd, 46% vol, 70cl, seal intact £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 452 A BOTTLE OF FIRST CASK SPEYSIDE MALT WHISKY 1982, distilled 17th November 1982, a 22 year old unblended malt, cask No.6159, bottle No.287, produced from spirit originally distilled at the Miltonduff Distillery and produced and bottled by Direct Wines Ltd, 46% vol, 70cl, seal intact £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 453 A BOTTLE OF FIRST CASK SPEYSIDE MALT WHISKY 1983, distilled 11th November 1983, a 24 year old unblended malt, cask No.6739, bottle No.106, produced from spirit originally distilled at the Miltonduff Distillery and produced and bottled by Direct Wines Ltd, 46% vol, 70cl, seal intact £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 454 A BOTTLE OF FIRST CASK SPEYSIDE MALT WHISKY 1986, distilled 27th June 1986, a 21 year old unblended malt, cask No.2268, bottle No.132, produced from spirit originally distilled at the Highland Park Distillery and produced and bottled by Direct Wines Ltd, 46% vol, 70cl, seal intact £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 455 Lot 455 FOUR BOTTLES OF SINGLE MALT, comprising a bottle of Talisker Single Malt Scotch Whisky, aged 10 years, 45.8% vol, 1 litre, fill level mid-neck, a bottle of Pure Malt Scotch Whisky vatted and bottled for Det Norsk Veritas by J & A. Mitchell & Co Ltd Springbank Distillery, Campbeltown, 42% vol, 70cl, a bottle of Pulteney Single Malt Scotch Whisky, aged 12 years, 40% vol, 70cl and a bottle of Aberlour ‘St. Drostan’s Well’ Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, aged 10 years, 40% vol, 70cl, all bottles seals are intact and all are boxed (4) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 456 FOUR BOTTLES OF SINGLE MALT, comprising a bottle of Glengoyne Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, aged 10 years, 40% vol, 1 litre, fill level mid-low neck, a bottle of Tomatin Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, aged 12 years, 40% vol, 70cl, fill level low mid-neck, a bottle of Glen Moray Single Speyside Malt Scotch Whisky, 40% vol, 70cl and a bottle of Aberlour Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, 10 years old, 40% vol, 75cl, all bottles seals are intact and all are boxed (4) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 457 SIX BOTTLES OF SINGLE MALT, comprising a bottle of Glen Turner Pure Malt Scotch Whisky, aged 12 years, 40% vol, 70cl, fill level is low and the spirit is not 100% clear although the seal is intact, a bottle of Glen Moray Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, 12 years old, 40% vol, 70cl, fill level above mid-neck, a bottle of Bunnahabhain ‘Westering Home’ Single Islay Malt Scotch Whisky, 40% vol, 70cl, fill level high shoulder, a bottle of Dalwhinnie Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, 15 years old, 43% vol, 70cl, fill lever high shoulder, a bottle of Glenmorangie Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, 10 years old, 40% vol, 70cl, fill level low neck and a bottle of The Carn Mor Speyside Single Malt Whisky, 14 years old, 40% vol, 70cl, fill level low neck, all bottles seals are intact and all are boxed or in cartons except the Carn Mor (6) £100 - £120 plus BP* Lot 458 FOUR BOTTLES OF SINGLE MALT, comprising a bottle of Ardbeg Single Islay Malt Scotch Whisky, 10 years old, 46% vol, 70cl, fill level bottom neck, a bottle of Laphroaig Single Islay Malt Scotch Whisky, 10 years old, 40% vol, 70cl, fill level low neck, a bottle of Glenfarclas 105 Cask Strength Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, 60% vol, 70cl, fill level top of shoulder and a bottle of The Carn Mor Cask Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 46% vol, 70cl, fill level low neck, all bottles seals are intact and all are boxed except the Carn Mor (4) £100 - £140 plus BP*

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Lot 459 Lot 459 FOUR BOTTLES OF SINGLE MALT, comprising two Highland Park Single Malt Scotch Whisky from the Orkney Islands, aged 12 years, 40% vol, 70cl, fill levels upper shoulder and lower neck, a bottle of The Balvenie Founder’s Reserve Single Malt Scotch Whisky, aged 10 years, 40% vol, 70cl, fill level low neck and a bottle of Knockando Pure Single Malt Scotch Whisky, distilled in 1978 and bottled in 1993, 40% vol, 70cl, fill level mid-neck, all bottles seals are intact and all are boxed, also in this lot is an opened bottle of Nikka Whisky from the Barrel, 51.4% vol, 500ml, fill level below shoulder (5) £100 - £140 plus BP* Lot 460 FIVE BOTTLES OF SINGLE MALT, comprising a bottle of Bowmore Mariner Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky, aged 15 years, 43% vol, 700ml, fill level low neck, a bottle of Scapa Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, distilled in 1979 and matured and bottled by Gordon & Macphail, 40% vol, 70cl, fill level low neck, a bottle of Ledaig Single Malt Scotch Whisky from the Isle of Mull, aged 15 years, 43% vol, 70cl, fill level upper shoulder, a bottle of Longmorn Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky, matured 15 years, 45% vol, 70cl, fill level low neck and a bottle of Royal Brackla Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky, aged 10 years, 40% vol, 70cl, fill level low neck, all bottles seals are intact and all are boxed (5) £120 - £160 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 463 FIVE BOTTLES OF JOHNNIE WALKER BLENDED SCOTCH WHISKY, comprising a bottle of Gold Label Scotch Whisky ‘Centenary Blend’, aged 18 years, 40% vol, 75cl, fill level midshoulder, a bottle of Gold Label Scotch Whisky, aged 18 years, 43% vol, 75cl, fill level midshoulder, a bottle of Black Label Scotch Whisky, aged 12 years, 40% vol, 70cl, fill level upper shoulder, a bottle of Black Label Scotch Whisky, Extra Special, aged 12 years, 40% vol, 1 litre, fill level upper shoulder and a bottle of Swing Scotch Whisky, 43% vol, 75cl, fill level low neck, all bottles seals are intact and all are boxed (5) £60 - £100 plus BP* Lot 461 Lot 461 A BOTTLE OF THE MACALLAN SINGLE HIGHLAND MALT SCOTCH WHISKY, 10 years old, 40% vol, 70cl, fill level mid neck, seal intact and in presentation container £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 462 SIX BOTTLES OF BLENDED SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKY, comprising a bottle of Chivas Brothers Royal Salute, 21 years old, in a ruby ceramic flagon, boxed and in a felt bag, a bottle of Chivas Regal, 12 years old blended Whisky, in a sealed box, a bottle of Dimple de Luxe Scotch Whisky, 15 years old, boxed, a bottle of Langs Select 12 year old Scotch Whisky, 43% vol, 75cl, boxed, a bottle of William Grant’s Superior Strength Scotch Whisky, 100% U.S. Proof, 1 litre, unboxed and a bottle of Jameson Irish Whisky, 40% vol, 700ml, boxed (6) £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Lot 464 SIX BOTTLES OF NOTRTH AMERICAN WHISKEY / BOURBON, comprising a bottle of Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel Tennessee Whiskey, 47% vol, 750ml, fill level low neck, seal intact and boxed, a bottle of Booker’s Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey, aged 7 years, 65.05% vol, 750ml, fill level low neck, seal intact and boxed, a bottle of Labrot & Graham ‘Woodford Reserve Distiller’s Select’ Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey, 43.2% vol, 70cl, fill level mid-shoulder, seal intact and unboxed, a bottle of Rebel Yell Straight Bourbon Whiskey, 40% vol, 750ml, fill level low shoulder, seal intact and unboxed, a bottle of Maker’s Mark Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey, 45% vol, 1 U.S. Litre, wax seal intact and unboxed and a bottle of Schenley O.F.C. Canadian Whisky, aged 8 years, 40% vol, 1.14 litre, seal intact and unboxed (6) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 465 Lot 465 TWO CERAMIC DECANTERS OF WHISKY, comprising a 21 year old Glenfiddich Pure Malt, produced in 1987 in a Wedgwood decanter and a Bell’s Whisky in a Christmas decanter (2) £25 - £35 plus BP* Lot 466 A SIGNATORY VINTAGE SINGLE HIGHLAND MALT SCOTCH WHISKY 1976, matured for 25 years and distilled at the Glenugie Distillery on the 24th April 1976 and bottled on the 18th July 1981, the Cask No.2699 and the bottle No.235 of 272 produced, 51.8% vol, 70cl, in a presentation box £300 - £350 plus BP* Lot 467 SIX BOTTLES OF SINGLE MALT WHISKY, comprising of three bottles of Dufftown Glenlivet, 8 year old, 26 2/3 floz, 70% proof, two bottles of Glenmorangie, 10 year old, 26 2/3 floz and a bottle of Jameson’s Irish Whiskey, 40% vol, 750ml, fill levels generally mid-low neck (6) £160 - £180 plus BP* Lot 468 A BOTTLE OF BOWMORE 12 YEAR OLD ISLAY SINGLE MALT, from (we estimate) the 1980’s in a traditional old dumpy bottle, 43% vol, 1 litre, fill level mid neck, seal intact, boxed, together with a bottle of Cardhu Highland Single Malt, matured 12 years, possibly a limited release, fill level low shoulder, the seal has been broken, boxed (2) £150 - £250 plus BP*


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Lot 470

Lot 473

Lot 469 TWO BOTTLES OF SINGLE MALT WHISKY, comprising a bottle of Bowmore Islay Single Malt ‘Craftsmen’s Collection’, limited release edition, bottle No.0125/3000, fill level low neck, sealed and boxed, 54.6% vol, 700ml and a bottle of Bowmore Cask Strength Islay Single Malt from the Vaults Distillery, fill level high shoulder, sealed and boxed, 56% vol, 700ml (2) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 471 TWO BOTTLES OF CAOL ILA SINGLE MALT SCOTCH WHISKY, comprising a bottle of Caol lla Natural Cask Strength Islay Single Malt, aged 25 years and distilled in 1978, fill level low neck, sealed and boxed, 59.4% vol, 70cl and a bottle of Caol lla Cask Strength Islay Single Malt, distilled in 2001, fill level mid-neck, sealed and boxed, 59.2% vol, 70cl, selected and matured by Gordon & MacPhail (2) £120 - £160 plus BP*

Lot 470 THREE BOTTLES OF SINGLE MALT SCOTCH WHISKY, comprising a bottle of Bunnahabhain Islay Single Malt ‘Cruach-Mhona’ batch No.8, fill level shoulder, sealed and boxed, 50% vol, 1 litre, a bottle of Glen Marnoch Speyside Single Malt, aged 24 years, limited edition release, fill level low neck, sealed and boxed, 40% vol, 70cl and a bottle of Glen Garioch Highland Single Malt, aged 15 years, fill level low neck, sealed and boxed, 43% vol, 70cl (3) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 472 TWO BOTTLES OF CAOL ILA SINGLE MALT SCOTCH WHISKY, comprising a bottle of Caol ila Old Malt Cask, Islay Single Malt, aged 12 years and distilled in 1990, fill level low neck, sealed and boxed, 50% vol, 700ml, this is a Single Cask bottling of 228 and a bottle of Caol Ila Islay Single Malt distilled in 1984, fill level low neck, sealed and boxed, 59.8% vol, 70cl, selected and bottled by Gordon & MacPhail (2) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 474 Lot 474 A BOTTLE OF RARE AND EXCEPTIONAL ISLAY SINGLE MALT SCOTCH WHISKY, DOUGLAS LAING’S OLD AND RARE PLATINUM SELECTION, distilled at the Port Ellen Distillery in April 1982 and bottled in September 2007, aged 25 years, this is bottle No.18 of only 226 bottles, fill level low neck, seal intact and boxed with certificate of authenticity, 54.8% vol, 700ml £400 - £600 plus BP*

Lot 473 A BOTTLE OF AN EXCEPTIONAL ISLAY SINGLE MALT SCOTCH WHISKY, which is the McGibbon’s Provenance Spring Distillation, distilled at the Port Ellen Distillery in the Spring of 1983 and bottled in the summer of 2006, aged over 23 years, fill level mid-low neck, seal intact and boxed, 46% vol, 700ml £250 - £350 plus BP*

Lot 475 A BOTTLE OF A SINGLE CASK BOTTLING OF PORT ELLEN DISTILLERY ISLAY SINGLE MALT, distilled in September 1982 and bottled in May 2004, aged 21 years, one of only 420 bottles filled from cask, fill level mid-neck, seal intact and boxed £250 - £350 plus BP*

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Lot 476 Lot 476 A BOTTLE OF PORT ELLEN ISLAY SINGLE MALT, distilled in 1979 and bottled in 2003, aged 24 years, this is a highly collectable 3rd release numbered bottle, 8417 of 9000, fill level low neck, seal intact and boxed, 57.3% vol, 70cl £600 - £800 plus BP* Lot 477 A BOTTLE OF PORT ELLEN ISLAY SINGLE MALT, distilled in 1979 and bottle in 2003, aged 24 years, this is highly collectable 3rd release numbered bottle, 6882 of 9000, fill level low neck, seal intact and boxed, 57.3% vol, 70cl £600 - £800 plus BP* Lot 478 FOUR BOTTLES OF BLENDED SCOTCH WHISKY, comprising a bottle of Johnnie Walker Green Label, aged 15 years, 43% vol, a bottle of Johnnie Walker Black Label, aged 12 years, 43% vol, 1 litre, a bottle of Carnoustie, aged 15 years from Burn Stewart Distillers, bottle No.1937, 40% vol, 70cl and a bottle of Rangers Whisky from the Burn Stewart Distillers, 40% vol, 70cl (also includes two bottles of Rangers beer), fill levels generally upper shoulder-lower neck, all seals intact and all Whisky’s boxed (4) £50 - £70 plus BP*

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Lot 481

Lot 479 A RUBY PORCELAIN FLAGON CONTAINING CHIVAS BROTHERS ROYAL SALUTE, 21 year old blended Scotch Whisky, the flagon is presented in a felt bag and is boxed £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 480 A PORCELAIN FLAGON CONTAINING CHIVAS BROTHERS ROYAL SALUTE ‘STONE OF DESTINY’, 38 year old blended Scotch Whisky, collectable and becoming increasingly rare £300 - £400 plus BP* Lot 481 A BOTTLE OF THE MACALLAN 25 YEAR OLD SINGLE MALT SCOTCH WHISKY, matured in selected Sherry oak casks and distilled and bottled by the Macallan Distillers in Craigellachie, 43% vol, 700ml, seal intact and in a presentation box £600 - £800 plus BP* Lot 482 A BOTTLE OF THE NOW VERY RARE WILLIAM GRANT & SONS LADYBURN SINGLE MALT SCOTCH WHISKY, vintage single cask 1973, bottle No.98 of 3000, bottled in 2000, cask No.3172, this is the 1st Single Cask bottling in Ladyburn’s history, 50.4% vol, 70cl, fill level mid-lower neck, seal intact, presented in a wooden box with certification £400 - £600 plus BP*

Lot 483 Lot 483 A BOTTLE OF WILLIAM GRANT & SONS GIRVAN SINGLE GRAIN SCOTCH WHISKY, First Batch Distillation 1964, bottle No.186 of 1200, bottled in 2001, cask filled on the 30th April 1964, 48% vol, 70cl, fill level mid-lower neck, seal intact, presented in a wooden box with certification £200 - £300 plus BP*


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Lot 484 Lot 484 A BOTTLE OF GLENMORANGIE SAUTERNES WOOD FINISH 1981 SINGLE HIGHLAND MALT SCOTCH WHISKY, a limited Edition No.1999, 46% vol, 70cl, fill level lower neck, seal intact, presented in a wooden box £600 - £800 plus BP* Lot 485 A BOTTLE OF GLENMORANGIE COTE DE NUITS WOOD FINISH 1975 SINGLE HIGHLAND MALT SCOTCH WHISKY, a Limited Edition No.1118, aged in Grand Cru Burgundy casks for 25 years, 43% vol, 70cl, fill level low-mid neck, seal intact, presented in a wooden box £200 - £250 plus BP* Lot 486 A BOTTLE OF GLENMORANGIE MISSOURI OAK RESERVE 1991 SINGLE HIGHLAND MALT SCOTCH WHISKY, a Limited Edition bottle No.568 of 1000, bottled in 2002, 55.7% vol, 70cl, fill level low-mid neck, seal intact, boxed £200 - £300 plus BP*

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Lot 490

Lot 487 A BOTTLE OF GLENMORANGIE DISTILLERY MANAGER’S CHOICE, distilled in 1983, cask No.5340 and bottled on the 4th May 2000, bottle No.079, 52.3% vol, Cask Strength, 70cl, fill level low-mid neck, seal intact, in a wooden presentation box £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 488 A BOTTLE OF TAMNAVULIN GLENLIVET ‘THE STILLMAN’S DRAM’ 1968 DISTILLATION, SINGLE MALT SCOTCH WHISKY, bottle No.226 of 996 from casks 2525-2527, 40% vol, 750ml, fill level low neck, seal intact, in its original presentation case £150 - £250 plus BP* Lot 489 A BOTTLE OF PORT CHAROLTTE PC5 EVOLUTION 2001, CASK STRENGTH ISLAY SINGLE MALT, bottle No.3608 of 6038, 63.5% vol, 700ml, fill level high shoulder, seal intact, in original presentation container £150 - £250 plus BP* Lot 490 A BOTTLE OF BALMENACH SINGLE MALT SCOTCH WHISKY, distilled in 1973, aged 27 years, this is a Limited Edition bottling No. 0801 of 2150 produced, 46% vol, 70cl, fill level very low neck, seal intact, boxed £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Lot 491 Lot 491 A BOTTLE OF DALLAS DHU 1979 SINGLE HIGHLAND MALT SCOTCH WHISKY, bottled by Gordon & Macphail in 1999, 40% vol, 70cl, fill level mid-neck, seal intact, boxed£80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 492 TWO BOTTLES OF TALISKER SINGLE MALT SCOTCH WHISKY, a Limited Edition distilled 1989 and bottled in 1999, bottle No.5580 of 7000, 59.3% vol, 70cl fill level bottom neck, seal intact, unboxed and a Talisker Single Malt Scotch Whisky, aged 12 years, 45.8% vol, 70cl, fill level low neck, seal intact and boxed £120 - £160 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 493 FOUR BOTTLES OF SINGLE MALT, comprising a bottle of George & J.G. Smith Glenlivet Whisky, 15 years old, bottled by Gordon & MacPhail, 40% vol, 70cl, a bottle of The Dalmore ‘Cigar Malt’ Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, 43% vol, 750ml, a bottle of Glen Garioch Highland Scotch Whisky, aged 12 years old and bottled for The National Trust, 43% vol, 70cl, a bottle of Old Fettercairn Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, 40% vol, 70cl, all bottles fill levels are low neck, all seals are intact and all are boxed (4) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 494 Lot 494 TWO BOTTLES OF SINGLE MALT, comprising a bottle of Loch Dhu ‘The Black Whisky’ from the Mannochmore Distillery, aged 10 years, 40% vol, 70cl, fill level low neck, seal intact, unboxed and a bottle of Royal Brackla ‘The Kings Own Whisky’, 40% vol, 70cl, fill level low neck, seal intact, unboxed (2) £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Lot 495 TWO BOTTLES OF SINGLE MALT, comprising a bottle of Lagavulin Single Islay Malt Whisky, aged 16 years, 43% vol, 70cl, fill level low neck, seal intact, boxed and a bottle of Connoisseurs Choice ‘Islands’ Single Malt Scotch Whisky distilled at the Ledaig Distillery in 1990 and bottled in 2000, 40% vol, 70cl, fill level mid-neck, seal intact and boxed (2) £60 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 496 Lot 496 TWO BOTTLES OF EXCEPTIONAL SINGLE MALT, comprising a bottle of Cragganmore Single Speyside Malt ‘Special Edition’, 14 years old, bottle No.0459 of 4987 prepared for The Friends of the Classic Malts, 47.5% vol, 70cl, fill level low neck, seal intact and a bottle of The Glendronach Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, aged 15 years, 40% vol, 70cl, fill level low neck, seal intact, boxed (2) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 497 TWO BOTTLES OF SINGLE MALT, comprising a bottle of Bruichladdich Islay Single Malt Whisky, aged 10 years, 40% vol, 70cl, fill level low-mid neck, seal intact, boxed and a bottle of The Balvenie ‘Signature’ Single Malt Scotch Whisky, aged 12 years, a Limited Release-Batch 001, 40% vol, 70cl, fill level mid-low neck, seal intact, boxed (2) £120 - £160 plus BP*

Lot 498 Lot 498 A BOTTLE OF GLENMORANGIE ‘TRADITIONAL’ 100% PROOF SINGLE HIGHLAND MALT SCOTCH WHISKY, 57.2% vol, 1 litre, seal intact, in a presentation box £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 499 Lot 499 A BOTTLE OF THE MACALLAN 25TH ANNIVERSARY MALT, distilled in 1966 and bottled in 1992, 43% vol, 70cl, fill level midlow neck, seal intact and presented in a commemorative wooden box £1500 - £2500 plus BP*


Day Two – Thursday 21st March Sale commences at 10.00am

CERAMICS & GLASS


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 502 A LARGE MOORCROFT GINGER JAR WITH LID, Florida pattern, designed by Jeanne McDougall, impressed marks, together with Moorcroft design studio and date cypher fro 1999 to the base, height approximately 20cm (condition: small chip to the rim) £100 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 500 Lot 500 A PAIR OF DOULTON LAMBETH FAIENCE VASES, being of baluster form with Iris flower decoration, initialled to the base for Katherine B. Smallfield, impressed Doulton Lambeth backstamp and ivory, height approximately 27cm £250 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 503 A PAIR OF RUSKIN A9 SHAPED VASES, with a matt blue glaze over a gloss orange, impressed Ruskin England 1927 to the base, height approximately 24cm £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 504 A ROYAL COPENHAGEN FAIENCE PILLOW VASE BY NILS THORSSON, decorated with fish and flower motifs, approximately 20cm, printed marks to the base, 719/3121 £30 - £50 plus BP* Lot 505 A WHITEFRIARS VASE BY GEOFFREY BAXTER, the cased royal blue body is decorated with random white streaks, maximum height 15cm (no chips or cracks) £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 506 LALIQUE, a square formed bowl with moulded rose decoration to the exterior sides, inscribed Lalique France to the base, dimensions maximum diameter 24cm, height 8cm £100 - £140 plus BP*

Lot 501 Lot 501 A LARGE MOORCROFT BALUSTER SHAPED VASE, Knypersley pattern, designed by Emma Bossons in 2003, impressed marks to the base, date marked 2005, height approximately 31cm, with box £180 - £220 plus BP*

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Lot 507 TESSA CLEGG (BRITISH CONTEMPORARY), a frosted glass bowl of flared and fluted form, incised name and dated 1987 to the base, maximum diameter 17cm £90 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 508 Lot 508 A RUSKIN POTTERY CRYSTALLINE VASE, having two applied handles, decorated with a matt blue over white glaze, height approximately 15cm, impressed Ruskin England 1933, the factory officially closed in 1933 £70 - £100 plus BP* Lot 509 DARTINGTON POTTERY, a large oval charger designed by Claire Woodall, decorated in the Fennell pattern with stylised plant motifs, irridescent glazes, inscribed and imprinted marks to the base, approximately 43cm x 38cm £30 - £40 plus BP* Lot 510 LALIQUE, a Bucolique Dandelion vase, impressed decoration to the swollen sleeve shaped body, inscribed Lalique France to the base, with original box, height approximately 34cm £450 - £500 plus BP* Lot 511 FOUR PIECES OF STUDIO POTTERY, two pieces are by Louise Darby, a compressed cylinder vase in blue with an over glaze white slip and incised decoration, height approximately 15cm, a flared rim bowl in black with a white slip and incised decoration, diameter approximately 30cm, together with a thinly thrown bowl with ruffled sides in white with random areas of colour decoration, indistinctly signed, maximum height approximately 23cm, diameter 39cm and an unsigned bowl decorated in red, white and blue glazes, height approximately 12.5cm, diameter 33cm (4) £70 - £100 plus BP*


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 517 CLARICE CLIFF FOR WILKINSON LTD, a Rodanthe pattern jardiniere from the Bizzare Range, predominantly in a green colourway, raised on three moulded feet, printed backstamp to the base, height approximately 19.5cm £160 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 512 Lot 512 C.H. BRANNAM, an Art Pottery jug modelled as a Grotesque Puffin bird, covered in blue/green glazes, impressed marks to the base, height approximately 24cm (condition: there is some restoration to the foot rim) £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 515 Lot 515 PAUL HORTON (BRITISH CONTEMPORARY), ‘Days of Summer’, a Royal Worcester vase based on the print of the same name, printed marks to base, dated 2005, height approximately 18.5cm £40 - £50 plus BP* Lot 518 Lot 518 ROYAL WORCESTER ‘QUEEN ELIZABETH I REVIEWING HER TROOPS AT TILBURY 1558’, a limited edition sculpture 22/100 of The Queen riding her horse, dated 1988, complete with wooden plinth, total height approximately 38cm £400 - £500 plus BP*

Lot 513 OKRA GLASS, a miniature baluster shaped vase in the Clematis pattern, inscribed initials for Richard Golding to the base, height approximately 13cm, together with four iridescent Okra glass bud vases, two with maker’s label to the base, tallest approximately 17cm, smallest approximately 11cm (5) £70 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 514 Lot 514 PETER SMITH (BRITISH CONTEMPORARY), ‘Playtime’, a limited edition sculpture of a pair of Impossimals playing with a ball, number 62/495, with certificate of authenticity, height 17cm (condition: flaking glaze and some staining) £30 - £40 plus BP*

Lot 516 Lot 516 PAUL HORTON (BRITISH CONTEMPORARY), ‘The Good Life’, a limited edition sculpture of a house, mounted onto a wooden plinth, 225/395, impressed signature to the rear, with certificate of authenticity, height approximately 31cm (condition: rub marks to the paint in places) £50 - £60 plus BP*

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Lot 519 CLARE LEIGHTON FOR WEDGWOOD, ‘New England Industries’, a set of ten plates depicting North American Industry, comprising Cod Fishing, Lobstering, Ship Building, Tobacco Growing, Whaling, Grist Milling, Logging, Sugaring, Farming and Marble Quarrying, produced by Wedgwood in 1952, Marble Quarrying has a chip to the underside of the rim and a smudged backstamp £500 - £600 plus BP* Lot 520 CARRIE REICHARDT (BRITISH CONTEMPORARY), a ceramic tile mosaic themed around John.F. Kennedy, signed and dated 2013 verso, framed, approximately 39cm x 29cm, this artwork has been donated to a charity £250 - £300 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 521 A SMALL COLLECTION OF STUDIO ART GLASS, to include an Orrefors ‘Pomona’ glass bowl by Lars Hellsten, inscribed to the base, approximate diameter 19cm, a Kosta Boda ‘Atoll’ bowl by Anna Ehrner, height approximately 6cm, three Riihimaki vases, tallest approximately 25cm, a Sommerso Quad cased bell shape vase, unsigned, height approximately 14cm, Lyngby glass Bon Bonniere with lid and box, height approximately 13cm, a Whitefriars Control bubble bowl, ruby colourway, diameter approximately 10cm and two Murano hot worked bowls £40 - £50 plus BP*

Lot 523 WEMYSS WARE, to include a tapering cylindrical vase with a wavy rim, height approximately 21cm, a baluster shaped vase, height approximately 16cm and a water jug, height approximately 16cm, all decorated in the ‘Cabbage Rose’ pattern (3) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 524 A CHINESE PORCELAIN BLUE AND WHITE BALUSTER VASE, decorated with an eagle perched in the branch of a tree over a rocky outcrop, six character mark to base, height approximately 29cm (condition: top rim uneven and has a few firing inclusions around the rim and in the body) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 525 A GRAINGER & CO WORCESTER TWIN HANDLED URN AND COVER, of squat baluster form, blush ivory ground, painted with floral sprays, on a short pedestal with wavy circular foot, printed brown marks to lid and base, height 36cm (condition: extensive restoration to foliate moulding around underside, some light wear to gilding) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 522 Lot 522 A LOETZ PAPILLON ART NOUVEAU IRIDESCENT GLASS VASE, being of quatrefoil baluster shape with dimples towards the base, which is encased in a pewter mount stamped with Van Hauten maker’s marks of a crown, a shield and numbered 1670, no signs of damage or restoration, height approximately 27.5cm £300 - £500 plus BP*

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Lot 526 TEK SING CARGO, five pieces of early 19th Century Chinese porcelain from The Treasures of Tek Sing Collection, with certificates from Pineapple Direct, comprising tea bowl and saucer in the Aster pattern, a wine cup with a blue band, height approximately 3.5cm, a dish in the lotus pattern, diameter approximately 15.2cm and a rice bowl or soup dish in the lotus pattern, diameter approximately 19.5cm, wine cup, rice bowl, taller bowl and saucer all have Nagel Auchian stickers, with paperback book, VHS home recording of the Tek Sing Story and purchase paperwork (parcel) (condition: Lotus bowl has hairline running through the body in the bottom of the bowl, the wine cup has a chip in the rim, the tea bowl has a vertical crack from the rim, the rice bowl is heavily crazed) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 527 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL FAIENCE INKSTAND, of shaped square form, concave corners, with circular cover and inner liner, polychrome painted with flowers and scrolls, width approximately 11.5cm (condition: glaze chips to some corners and bottom edge, liner chipped and cracked) £20 - £30 plus BP*

Lot 528 Lot 528 A ROYAL WORCESTER 200TH ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION QUEEN CHARLOTTE LIMITED EDITION VASE AND COVER, gilt pineapple finial with gilt details and grey marbled border, the twin handled vase similarly decorated and painted with panels of birds to front and back, stepped square base, No.107/200, printed gold marks to base, height approximately 37cm, with certificate (2) (condition: good overall, no signs of chips, cracks or restoration) £120 - £180 plus BP*


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Lot 530 Lot 529 A VICTORIAN MINTON PARIAN FIGURE GROUP AFTER ALBERT CARRIER DE BELLUSE OF MOTHER AND FIRST BORN, the classical figure of a young woman tenderly covering her sleeping infant with a blanket, No.324, bears impressed date cypher to underside for 1851 and incised arrow and three dot mark for Minton, height approximately 32cm (condition: good overall, no signs of chips, cracks, firing cracks or restoration, a couple of scuffs on folds of material) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 530 A ROYAL WORCESTER FRUIT STUDY PART TEASET, comprising teapot and cover, six tea cups and six saucers, all pieces with gilt gadrooned rims, the teapot, all six saucers and one teacup signed J. Smith, another teacup signed C. Smith and the remaining four teacups signed Lewis, all pieces with printed black marks and most with gilt C55, height of teapot approximately 15cm (condition: no signs of chips, cracks or restoration but some glaze scratches and slight wear to decoration in places) £1000 - £1500 plus BP*

Lot 531 Lot 531 A NEAR PAIR OF SECOND HALF OF THE 20TH CENTURY MINTON CABINET PLATES, one handpainted with male and female Blackcock, the other with cock and hen pheasants, both signed L. Wood, with raised gilt rims and salmon pink and peach borders with gilt foliate scrolls, gilt foot rims, marked X1123 and titled verso, with self adhesive plate hanger remains, diameter approximately 27cm (condition: the adhesive plate hangers are covering the majority of the backs but condition is good overall) £100 - £150 plus BP*

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Lot 532 Lot 532 A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN JAR AND COVER, of double shouldered form, the circular cover with bun shaped finial, decorated throughout with butterflies, birds, flowers and foliage, bears blue and white seal mark to base, a.f., height approximately 25cm, maximum diameter of shoulder 21cm (condition: the cover has a chip on the edge/underside of the top rim and a glaze crack chip next to it, there is a further chip to the edge/inside of the inner rim of the cover, the jar has extensive damage and losses around the top rim as well as glaze chips and two cracks heading vertically in this area, one piece of the rim is glued) £120 - £150 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 533 A 19TH CENTURY JOHN BEVINGTON PORCELAIN FIGURE GROUP IN THE STYLE OF DRESDEN, modelled as a female nude seated on a florally encrusted rock, with two putti at her feet, on a scrolled base with gilt detail, bears JB monogram and crossed swords in blue to the underside, restored, height approximately 42cm (condition: extensive professional restoration throughout the piece, some nibbles to petals of floral encrusting) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 534 Lot 534 A PAIR OF ROYAL DUX FIGURES OF LADY AND GENTLEMAN MUSICIANS, dressed in 18th Century style costume, she with mandolin behind her back, he holding a guitar, on scrolled gilt bases, with applied pink triangle marks, impressed 348 and 347, restored, height approximately 53cm and 54cm (2) (condition: she has restoration to tops of leaves by her ankles, some other nibbles and glaze scuffs, he has chips on the tassles of his cape and small nibbles elsewhere) £150 - £200 plus BP*

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Lot 537 NO LOT

Lot 535 Lot 535 A PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE CLOISONNE ON PORCELAIN GINGER JARS AND COVERS, the turquoise ground covers decorated with a bird on a cloudy yellow sky over a dragon amongst waves, the inside of the cover painted in underglaze blue with floral spray with inner blue and white covers, one badly chipped, the jars with turquoise ground with panels of birds, flowers and foliage, height approximately 26.5cm, together with a late 19th Century Japanese cloisonne charger, turquoise ground with floral decoration, diameter approximately 31cm (3) (condition: one inner cover chipped otherwise overall good condition) £150 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 536 Lot 536 A LATE 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN PLAQUE, possibly KPM, painted with a gypsy girl leaning against a tree, unsigned and unmarked, approximately 13.5cm x 9.2cm, mounted in a carved giltwood frame, frame dimensions 23.5 x 19.5cm (condition: plaque seems in good condition other than needing a light clean, the frame has losses and restoration) £160 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 538 Lot 538 A 19TH CENTURY CANTONESE PORCELAIN BOWL, decorated with bands of butterflies and flowers with panels of figures, with old riveted repairs and restoration, diameter 29cm (condition: old repairs with rivets and five missing, also areas of non professional restoration) £30 - £50 plus BP* Lot 539 A CHINESE EXPORT BLUE AND WHITE MEAT DISH, Qianlong period, octagonal shape, painted with a landscape, butterfly and scroll border, width 37.5cm (condition: a few glaze chips to rim and underside of rim) £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 540 A CHINESE PORCELAIN BLUE AND WHITE DECORATED GLOBULAR JAR, with pierced hardwood cover, the jar depicting figures on a verandah, probably, Qianlong period, height including cover 27cm (condition: cover has glued repairs, jar has surface scratches and firing crack to underside of foot rim) £60 - £80 plus BP*


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Lot 541 Lot 541 A CHINESE PORCELAIN BLUE AND WHITE DECORATED OVOID JAR, with pierced hardwood cover, depicting vertical rows of flowers and foliage, probably Qianlong period, height including cover 14.5cm (condition: cover has some sections missing, porcelain appears free from damage) £30 - £50 plus BP* Lot 542 A CHINESE PORCELAIN PLATE, decorated with peony sprays in underglaze blue, lattice pattern border to the rim, Kangxi/Qianlong period, diameter 32cm (condition: stained 6.5cm crack from rim inwards) £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 543 A CHINESE PORCELAIN PLATE, decorated with fence, fantastic rocks and exotic birds in underglaze blue, Kangxi/Qianlong period, diameter 38.5cm (condition: rim chip and stained cracks across the well of the plate) £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 544 A JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD BLUE AND WHITE DECORATED GARDEN SEAT, of barrel shape with pierced sides, decorated with bird amongst foliage, height approximately 46cm (condition: crack running from base to pierced area, some small chips to glaze along crack) £50 - £70 plus BP*

Lot 547 Lot 545 TWO CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN BLUE AND WHITE DECORATED MEAT DISHES, of octagonal form, one depicting man riding Ox in landscape by a river, the other with traditional pagoda landscape scene, Qianlong period, width 31.5cm (2) (condition: a few frits to rim of one and a glaze chip to the underside of the rim, the other appears damage free) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 546 A CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN BLUE AND WHITE DECORATED MEAT DISH, of octagonal form, depicting traditional pagoda and figures on a bridge landscape scene, with extensive riveted repairs, Qianlong period, width 33cm, together with two other smaller similar meat dishes (3) (condition: largest dish with extensive riveted repairs, the dish with landscape in good condition, the dish with deer has crack and rim chips) £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 548 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN CLEAR GLASS LUSTRES, ribbed circular rims suspending ten droppers, on faceted and ring turned stems, height 15.5cm (2) (condition: two holes drilled in bulbous section below rim to each lustre, otherwise good order) £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 549 A PAIR OF LATE REGENCY / VICTORIAN CLEAR GLASS LUSTRES, hobnail cut, square foot, each lacking a dropper, height approximately 14cm (2) (condition: lacking a dropper to each) £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 550 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN CLEAR GLASS LUSTRES, scalloped rims holding fourteen facet cut droppers, tapering vase stems, height approximately 18cm (2) (condition: overall good condition) £50 - £70 plus BP*

Lot 547 A COLLECTION OF EIGHTEEN VICTORIAN GLASS CHEROOT HOLDERS, clear and coloured, facet cut, enamelled and scrolled, the longest 16cm and the shortest 6cm (condition: overall good condition, white opaque example with bird has chipped beak) £200 - £300 plus BP*

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WORKS OF ART


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 551 JAEGER-LE-COULTRE, a brushed steel cased clock with a silvered face, applied batons to 3 o’clock and 9 o’clock, powered by a battery operated movement, height approximately 14.5cm, width approximately 21cm, depth approximately 5.5cm, the movement functions when a battery is inserted £150 - £180 plus BP* Lot 552 A SMALL PARCEL OF VINTAGE STAINLESS STEEL ITEMS, etc, to include two pairs of Stelton triangular candle holders with boxes, Gense of Sweden Boomerang trays by Pierre Forsell, four rectangular egg cups, a two branch candlestick, Borrowdale pin tray, napkin rings, etc £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 555 AFTER JOSEF LORENZL, a patinated bronze figure of dancer, standing on one foot and holding a drape, mounted atop a green onyx base, height approximately 26cm £450 - £500 plus BP* Lot 556 A WMF PEWTER CENTREPIECE, of rectangular form on raised feet, the sides pierced and cast with stylised whiplash flower motifs and portraits of a female, the green glass liner is present but damaged, height approximately 14.5cm x width approximately 21cm excluding the liner £30 - £40 plus BP*

Lot 553 ROBERT THOMPSON (MOUSEMAN), an oak carved ashtray bearing his trademark mouse, length approximately 10cm £40 - £50 plus BP*

Lot 559 Lot 559 AN ART DECO NUDE FIGURAL LAMP, the female figure is holding aloft a smoke glass pattern shade, signed Limousin to the base of the lamp, it is mounted to a wood and spelter plinth, titled ‘In The Garden of Rembrance’, height approximately 57cm, some losses to the gilt patina £150 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 557 Lot 557 ARCHIBALD KNOX FOR LIBERTY & CO, a Tudric pewter and green glass coupe, the bowl pierced and cast with stylised foliate motifs, impressed marks to the base, Tudric 0276, height approximately 13.5cm £400 - £500 plus BP*

Lot 554 Lot 554 AN ART DECO SPELTER FIGURE OF A DANCER DISROBING, having a gold and silver patina, mounted atop an onyx plinth, unsigned, approximately 39cm £300 - £350 plus BP*

Lot 558 AN ACHILLE GAMBA ART NOUVEAU PEWTER TRAY, having a raised female figure wearing a stylised flowing dress and additional flower motifs, impressed marks to the base, length approximately 36cm, together with a Liberty & Co ‘Tudric’ pewter bowl, pattern 01354, diameter approximately 25cm, a Liberty ‘Tudric’ napkin ring, pattern 01628, a brass Art Deco teaset on a matching tray and a JSK of Denmark plated bowl (8) £60 - £90 plus BP*

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Lot 560 Lot 560 JEAN ANTOINE INJALBERT (FRENCH 1845-1933), a bronze bust of a figure looking over their right shoulder, signed to the back of the shoulder, sitting atop a green marble plinth, the plinth is damaged, height approximately 33cm £250 - £300 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 561 IVOR ABRAHAMS (BRITISH 1935-2015), a three dimensional mixed media sculpture from the ‘Paved Garden’ series produced in 1972, consisting of a printed background covered in stylised shrubs, presented in a perspex box, height 38cm x width 81cm x depth 47cm, unsigned but confirmed by Ivor’s widow as being by him, some damage to the perspex £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 561

Lot 562 Lot 562 A MEIJI PERIOD CARVED WOODEN NETSUKE, in the form of a fish surmounted by a monkey, both with black glass eyes, inset disc with character marks to underside, a.f., length approximately 7cm (condition: chipped fin to one side) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 563 Lot 563 A MEIJI PERIOD CARVED IVORY NETSUKE, in the form of a stylised cat or fox holding a large egg against its body, bears character marks to underside, a.f., height approximately 4cm (condition: chipped to one side of mouth so portion of nose and teeth are missing, lacks one eye) £200 - £250 plus BP*

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Lot 564 Lot 564 A LATE 19TH CENTURY CARVED IVORY ELEPHANT, with trunk curved up towards mouth, height 7cm x length 11cm (condition: cracks and splits above and on tail, tusks have white filler around join with trunk, drilled holes in one front and one rear foot) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 565 Lot 565 A LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY MINIATURE ENAMEL TABLE AND TWO CHAIRS, cast metal frames, the enamel painted with Watteau style figures, width of table 9.5cm, height of chairs 7cm (3) (condition: traces of gilding, table sides have some splits in metalwork) £150 - £180 plus BP*

Lot 566 A PARCEL OF 19TH AND 20TH CENTURY SEWING REQUISITES, walnut cased etui, papier mache snuff boxes, small treen box with sliding lid, white metal walking cane top cast with a dog, stamped ‘Griffith, London’ to bottom edge, etc (parcel) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 567 Lot 567 A JAPANESE TAISHO PERIOD CIGARETTE CASE, black lacquered and overlaid, the front with two exotic birds perched on a flowering branch, the reverse bears signature character marks in gilt and red, the interior gilt and scratched in ‘E.McL 1941’, retains elasticated holder, approximately 18cm x 9cm (condition: white metal mount towards bottom of hinge is slightly bent/loose, comes with kid leather sleeve) £500 - £700 plus BP*


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 569 A JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD OKIMONO OF A CORMORANT FISHERMAN (UKAI), holding his hat with one hand and the bird and rope in the other, on an oval base, character marks and star to the underside, approximate height 18cm, with a wooden plinth (condition: glued repairs to hat, section missing to bird’s beak, some splits and minor scuffing) £20 - £30 plus BP*

Lot 570 Lot 570 A SET OF LATE 19TH CENTURY BRASS AND MAHOGANY BELLOWS, hand cranked mechanism, overall length approximately 63cm (condition: some wear to the wood, mechanism works, replacement card/string) £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 568 Lot 568 A 1828 RENE LACOTE NO.5 PARLOUR GUITAR, this small bodied ladies Parlour guitar hand crafted in Rene Lacote’s Place des Victoires workshop in the Conservatoire de Paris district in 1828, the top is made from tight grained spruce with rosewood and mother of pearl edge binding and rosette, with a rosewood moustache shaped bridge adorned with mother of pearl detailing finished off with two rosewood and mother of pearl dots at the curl ends, the back is book matched flame maple separated by a rosewood skunk stripe with flame maple sides, the neck is ebonised mahogany with an ebony fingerboard running all the way to the sound hole rosette and containing twenty two more recent frets, the internal paper label is visible through the sound hole stating Lacote No.5, Place des Victoires, Lu Paris, 1828, the tuning pegs are brass mounted with engraved detailing the neck shows a little seperation but are stable, some losses, bridge is possibly replacement, scale length 587mm, overall length 890mm, width at nut 49mm, width of body 330mm £2000 - £2500 plus BP*

Lot 571 A LATE VICTORIAN CARVED WOOD NOVELTY POLICEMAN, painted finish, his swivel head causing the front of his coat to open revealing an oversized phallus, overall height approximately 19.5cm (condition: original action inside coat replaced with drawing pins and elastic, some wear to paint work) £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 572 Lot 572 A FRANKLIN MINT AND REUGE OF SWITZERLAND LA MUSIC D’ ITALIA GRAND OPERA MUSIC BOX, inlaid case, the box fitted with inner glass dust cover and fire interchangeable cylinders playing ten arias, comes with operating instructions, etc, length 40cm x depth 16cm x height 12.5cm (condition: good, at time of report in full working order) £150 - £200 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 573 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY BRASS CASED FRENCH CARRIAGE CLOCK, with repeating gong strike mechanism, circular enamel dial with Arabic numerals and floral swags s.d., marked R & Co, Made in Paris within oval to back, on four bun feet, height of handle up 15cm (condition: no key but repeat mechanism heard working at time of report, case and glass dirty with patches of residue, some damage to enamel dial with chips and crack) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 574 A GRADUATED SET OF THIRTEEN GEORGE IV BRASS SPHERICAL WEIGHTS, by Bate of London, dated 1824, the largest four stamped ‘Borough of Tewkesbury’, ranging in weight from 7lb to 1/2DO, housed in a re-baized fitted oak case with brass flush fitted carrying handles, with key (condition: vacant hole for one further small weight, re-baized to interior, all weights No.371, top of case has old split, locking mechanism stiff) £300 - £400 plus BP*

Lot 575 Lot 575 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY TORTOISESHELL AND MOTHER OF PEARL FOLIATE INLAID TEA CADDY, of bow front sarcophagus form, the hinged cover opening to reveal ivory trimmed edges, the two compartments with tortoiseshell covers, on four bun feet, in need of restoration, width 20.5cm x depth 13.5cm x height 15cm (condition: no key, left hand front and back corners of the cover are damaged, veneer missing to back right corner and along the back edge, escutcheon is missing, velvet inside lid replaced, small sections of ivory trim missing, cover knobs not matching, right hand side bottom edge has areas of missing veneer and knocks, some severe splits on back of caddy and lifting, back left corner knocked and losses, feet probably replacements, some pewter stringing lacking, some loose) £350 - £400 plus BP*

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Lot 576 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY BOX OF PANELLED SEMI CIRCULAR FORM, the hinged top over nine rectangular panels to the front, ebonised lozenge escutcheon, vacant interior, width 54cm x depth 34cm x height 24.5cm (condition: surface scratches and indentations commensurate with use and age, some losses to back of left hand corner above and below the hinge) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 577 A GEORGE III OAK MINIATURE CHEST OF DRAWERS, two short over three long graduated, with metal knob handles, shaped bracket feet, with key but locks not working, width 36cm x depth 22cm x height 35cm (condition: loose section of banding to top of chest on right hand side and section filled on left hand side, knobs slightly mishapen, general wear and tear) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 578 Lot 578 A GEORGE III STYLE MAHOGANY AND INLAID MINIATURE CABINET, of architectural form, the double doors enclosing a single shelf, two drawers to the base, on shaped bracket feet, width 37cm x depth 23.5cm x height 52cm, with key (condition: splits to timber to sloped top, gap between doors, lock working) £100 - £150 plus BP*


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Lot 579 Lot 579 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY CHINESE PEWTER OVERLAID YIXING STONEWARE TEAPOT, of bombe form, inscribed and engraved to the sides, jade handle and spout, seal mark to the base interior, replacement pewter cover, height 11cm x maximum width 9cm x maximum depth 6.5cm (condition: replacement cover, some dints to pewter) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 580 Lot 580 AN 18TH CENTURY IVORY SILK AND FLORAL EMBROIDERED GENTLEMAN’S WAISTCOAT, pockets with faux flaps, six silk covered plain buttons, cotton lined and cotton back, later added buckled adjuster at back with partial label, approximate length 68cm, together with a 19th Century long cotton shirt with frilled front, stiff collar and cuffs and a later white bow tie (3) (condition: colours are still good to embroidery, some staining to silk to the left hand side, also maybe some fitting adjustments to the back, the back and interior cotton are grubby with age) £150 - £250 plus BP*

Lot 581 Lot 581 A PAIR OF LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY SILVER PLATED BRONZE FIGURES OF CAVALIERS AFTER EMILE GUILLEMIN (1882-1913), the silver plating heavily worn and missing swords, glove, etc, stamped signature to top of circular bases ‘E.Guilleman’ and ‘L.M’, height 24cm (2) (condition: plating is heavily worn, lacking some parts, especially swords, slight dints around base, one figure has been soldered back to the base) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 582 Lot 582 AFTER E. PICAULT, a bronze figure of a classical male, titled to the base ‘Gloire et Fortune’ and ‘Per Laborem’, bears signature and other stamps, height approximately 29cm (condition: lacking item from left hand, some wear on high points) £150 - £200 plus BP*

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Lot 583 Lot 583 AFTER LEON PILET, a bronze figure of a windswept girl (Gust of Wind or Coup de Vent) on a circular base bearing signature and Etling, Paris, height approximately 29cm (condition: overall in good condition) £280 - £320 plus BP*

Lot 584 Lot 584 AFTER GEORGE CHARLES COUDRAY (FRENCH 1862-1932), a pair of bronze figures of men, one holding aloft an axe, the other with helmet under one arm and his sword held up in the other, on rocky bases bearing signatures and stamped EV 1568 and 1569 respectively, heights 43cm and 44.5cm (2) (condition: sword has a split to blade just above man’s elbow) £380 - £400 plus BP*

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Lot 585 Lot 585 A LATE 19TH CENTURY ORMOLU WALL MIRROR, of oval form, the oval bevel edged plate with a border of circular reflectors, the frame cast as fruiting ivy with cherub, ribbon and tassel surmount, further cherub and bird to bottom edge, frame size height 53cm x width 36cm (condition: silvering worn in patches to glass plate, some wear to gilding in places) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 588

Lot 589

Lot 587 A CHINESE BRONZE TWIN HANDLED CENSOR OR JAR, of baluster form, height approximately 25cm (condition: casting faults throughout body, three lines of tape to base) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 588 A 19TH CENTURY BLACK FOREST CARVED FOX MUSICAL COAT HOOK, modelled as wearing feathers in his hat, glass eyes, coat, rifle slung over his back and with two carved antlers as legs, bears paper label verso with hand written titles to melody including 1 Walzertraum, melody 2 title indistinct in places, height 42cm x width 16cm (condition: overall good condition, musical movement winds and heard playing at time of report, small chip to tip of front feather) £600 - £800 plus BP* Lot 589 A LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY BRONZED CAST METAL BUST OF A CLASSICAL MALE, on an integral tapering plinth to a square stone base, height 64cm x width of base 23cm (condition: head been off and reattached, arm missing, chip to side of waist area, chip to shoulder of complete arm and to thumb, base has chips to corners) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 586 Lot 586 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY TORTOISESHELL TEA CADDY, of sarcophagus form, horn, ivory and pewter stringing, rectangular plaque to lid, brass lion mask ring handles, the interior fitted with purple velvet lining, a central well for mixing bowl (vacant) and two tortoiseshell topped caddies with hinged covers, on four stamped brass lion paw feet, width 28cm x depth 13cm x height 16.5cm (condition: some losses to the ivory, few small splits to tortoiseshell around hinges, caddy covers have large losses) £300 - £400 plus BP*

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Lot 590 Lot 590 A VICTORIAN BRASS GOTHIC ECCLESIASTICAL SEVEN LIGHT CANDELABRUM, with ratchet fittings to both arms to adjust heights, on a knopped cylindrical stem with a circular foot, height 65.5cm x width 84cm (condition: one ratchet arm loose and not holding branch at different positions, the foot rim has some areas of being mishapen) £150 - £250 plus BP*

Lot 593 Lot 593 A VICTORIAN MALACCA WALKING STICK WITH BONE HANDLE, the upright section carved with a saddle bag and stirrups, length 87.5cm, together with a 19th Century thorn walking cane, length 85cm (2) (condition: bone handled stick has scuffs and splits in the malacca, handle is generally okay, the thorn cane has several long splits) £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 591 A VICTORIAN BRASS GOTHIC ECCLESIASTICAL FIVE LIGHT CANDELABRUM, with screw fitting to adjust angle of both arms, on a knopped cylindrical stem with a stepped circular foot, height 45cm x w2idth 45.5cm (condition: adjusting screws working, base not sitting flat on a table, some scratches) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 594 ADVERTISING INTEREST, a Victorian walnut and ebonised counter top chest of two drawers, each drawer with opaque white glass inset with gilt and black lettering ‘CHADWICKS’, gothic style handles, both missing on the bottom drawer, the reverse side similarly lettered on opaque white glass ‘CHADWICK’S SEWING COTTONS’, glass cracked in three places, width 52.5cm x depth 31.5cm x height 15.5cm (condition: some wear to ebonised areas as well as splits to top of chest and heavy signs of use, some holes around handles) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 592 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY ROSEWOOD TEA CADDY, of sarcophagus form, brass shield escutcheon, the interior fitted with two covered caddies and a central mixing bowl well containing a later pressed glass dish, on four brass ball feet, width 28cm x depth 15cm x height 16cm, together with a Victorian burr walnut and inlaid work box, mother of pearl lozenge to top of box and escutcheon, re-lined interior, comes with a small quantity of needlework accessories, etc, with key, width 30cm x depth 22.5cm x height 12.5cm (2) (condition: caddy has horizontal split through the underside, work box has some fading, a circular patch filled on either side, interior relined) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 595 ADVERTISING INTEREST, a Victorian walnut and ebonised counter top chest of two drawers, each drawer with opaque white glass inset with gilt and black lettering, the top drawer titled ‘CHADWICK’S’ and lacking both handles, the lower drawer ‘SEWING COTTONS’ and lacking one handle, the reverse side with single glass panel, with lettering as per the drawers, width 52.5cm x depth 31.5cm x height 15.5cm (condition: some wear to ebonised areas, veneer loss to both sides, signs of heavy use, hole around handles on left hand side) £100 - £150 plus BP*

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Lot 596 Lot 596 ADVERTISING INTEREST, an early 20th Century enamel sign for Wills’s ‘Star’ Cigarettes, white enamel with red and black lettering, height 91.5cm x width 46cm (condition: extensive enamel losses down to metal which has rusted, particularly around the hanging holes) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 598 Lot 598 A LATE 19TH CENTURY MERMOD ROSEWOOD, SIMULATED ROSEWOOD, EBONISED AND INLAID INTERCHANGABLE CYLINDER MUSIC BOX, the hinged cover inlaid with a goat and flowers, the interior with paper ‘Programme’ titled ‘Ideal Sublime Harmonie’ and with shield mark ‘M.F. 1840’, the Swiss movement playing six airs, on 28.5cm and 29cm cylinders, the comb lacking two teeth, the case with retailers Henry Riley & Sons Birmingham and stamped 9308, case width 71cm x depth 28.5cm x height 20cm, with case key and winding handle (condition: rosewood faded to top, two teeth missing on comb, movement working and playing at time of report, additional cylinders not tried, one rusted on ends) £500 - £700 plus BP* Lot 599 A STANLEY NO.52 CHUTE BOARD, and No.51 smoothing plane on a wooden plinth (2) £500 - £600 plus BP*

Lot 597 Lot 597 A PAOLO SOPRANI PIANO ACCORDION, with 120 buttons, 41 treble keys, finished in black, with a carry case with worn interior (condition: used condition, keys yellowed, surface scratches, case interior worn) £100 - £150 plus BP*

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Lot 600 Lot 600 A LATE 19TH CENTURY ROSEWOOD, SIMULATED ROSEWOOD, EBONISED AND INLAID SWISS MUSIC BOX, the hinged cover inlaid with musical motifs, the interior with printed paper label with eight handwritten airs, the movement playing on a 33cm cylinder, four teeth missing from comb, width 59cm x depth 24cm x height 15.5cm (condition: fading to rosewood top, ebonised edges worn, interior in need of overhaul, heard playing at time of report, front right foot damaged) £100 - £150 plus BP*


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Taxidermy

Lot 601

Lot 604 Lot 601 TAXIDERMY, a late Victorian case containing a red Squirrel (faded), a Goldfinch and a Bullfinch within a naturalistic setting, width 30cm x depth 17.5cm x height 35cm (condition: interior may have been refreshed in more recent years, Squirrel faded, Goldfinch and Bullfinch lost a few feathers) £30 - £50 plus BP* Lot 602 TAXIDERMY, a 20th Century glazed case containing a woodcock within a naturalistic setting, wooden plinth base, width 38.5cm x depth 23cm x height 32.5cm (condition: glass cracked to top of case) £30 - £50 plus BP* Lot 603 TAXIDERMY, a late Victorian green Parakeet with blue crown, posed on a branch, on a circular ebonised base, lacking glass dome, diameter of base 24cm x height 38cm (condition: in need of restoration) £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 604 TAXIDERMY, a late Victorian glazed case containing a small duck standing within a naturalistic setting, width 40cm x depth 21cm x height 36.5cm (condition: interior may have been refreshed in more recent years, glass broken) £30 - £50 plus BP*

Lot 603

Lot 605 TAXIDERMY, a late Victorian glazed case containing a Cock Pheasant within a naturalistic setting, width 79cm x depth 19.5cm x height 56.5cm (condition: missing gilt slip from bottom edge, glazing cracked on left hand side) £30 - £50 plus BP*

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SPORTING GUNS, RIFFLES & ACCESSORIES


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Lot 606 Lot 606 AN ANTIQUE 16 BORE 11’’ BARREL PERCUSSION SINGLE BARREL PISTOL, of native manufacture, its action is defective and its overall condition is poor £20 - £30 plus BP* Lot 607 AN ANTIQUE 22 BORE 11 3/4’’ BARREL PERCUSSION SINGLE BARREL PISTOL, of native manufacture, its action is defective and its ramrod is missing, overall condition poor £15 - £20 plus BP* Lot 608 A .577’’/.450’’ CALIBRE NEPALESE 2 BAND GEHENDRA RIFLE, it has a 33 1/4’’ barrel and bears Napalese markings on the action and stock, the action is defective and there is some stock damage, overall condition is poor (see ‘Guns of The Gurkhas’ by John Walter for further data on these rarely encountered rifles), this is an obsolete calibre and is classed as an antique under section 58 (2) of the 1968 Firearms Act £40 - £50 plus BP* Lot 609 AN ANTIQUE 28 BORE 14 1/4’’ BARREL PERCUSSION CARBINE, of native manufacture, the action is defective, the stock is split and there is some loss of wood, overall condition poor £10 - £20 plus BP*

Lot 610 Lot 610 AN ANTIQUE 12 BORE 33 3/4’’ BARREL FLINTLOCK MUSKET, of native manufacture, its lock plate has been erroneously marked ‘Tower’ and bears a ‘Crown’ stamp, overall condition is worn and the lock is in working condition, it lacks ‘Proof’ marks however its design is based on the ‘Brown Bess’ £80 - £100 plus BP* Lot 611 AN ANTIQUE 18 BORE 34 3/4’’ BARREL PERCUSSION SHOTGUN CONVERTED FROM FLINT, it bears no proof marks and is of native manufacture, the lock works but there is no half cock position, it comes with a ramrod £40 - £50 plus BP* Lot 612 AN ANTIQUE 20 BORE 31’’ BARREL PERCUSSION SHOTGUN CONVERTED FROM FLINT USING THE DRUM AND NIPPLE CONVERSION SYSTEM, its lock works and its barrel bears pre 1855 Birmingham proof marks, it comes with an original ramrod complete with worm however this is from another weapon £50 - £80 plus BP* Lot 613 A .22’’ ORIGINAL MODEL 35 AIR RIFLE SERIAL NO.70177818, it has a break action and is fitted with a 19 1/2’’ barrel, it is in working order and the metal work is rust speckled (purchaser must be over the age of 18 years) £30 - £40 plus BP*

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Lot 614 A .22’’ ‘SMK’ MODEL B3-F AIR RIFLE, serial number Y413733, it has an under lever action, it is in working order and retains the vast majority of its original finish, it is fitted with a ramp rear sight and tunnel foresight (purchaser must over the age of 18 years) £50 - £60 plus BP* Lot 615 A .22’’ B.S.A. AIRSPORTER ‘S’ AIR RIFLE, serial No.GM04922, this is the last model of the Airsporter produced and was introduced in 1982, it is in working order and has retained most of its original finish, the ramp foresight is missing its shroud (purchaser must be over the age of 18 years) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 616 Lot 616 AN 18TH CENTURY ANTIQUE .30’’ PERCUSSION URWIN & ROGERS ‘KNIFE’ PISTOL, fitted with a brass barrel bearing Birmingham proof marks and has two knife blades one of which is marked James Rogers, Sheffield, the tweezers are present in the butt however its ‘pricker’ is missing, its overall condition is extremely good and its action is in working condition, the trigger folds down alongside the raised half moon section alongside the knife blades £200 - £300 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 617 A .32’’ EXTRA SHORT CALIBRE ‘LEMON SQUEEZER’, manufactured by the Chicago Firearms Co. Circa 1895, this pistol was designed to be concealed in the hand with tip of the barrel protruding between the fingers and it fired when the hand was squeezed, its official titled was the ‘Protector’, its action is in working order but there is some loss of nickel plating, this design was first patented in March 1883, it bears the serial number 3018, this is an obsolete calibre pistol and is classed as an antique under section 58 (2) of the 1968 Firearms Act £250 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 618 Lot 618 AN ANTIQUE 10 BORE DOUBLE BARREL PERCUSSION SHOTGUN, bearing post 1855 Birmingham proof marks, it bears no maker’s name, both locks are in working condition and the barrel has been re-browned during its working life, overall condition good £400 - £450 plus BP* Lot 619 A .177’’ WEBLEY NEMEISIS AIR PISTOL, bearing no visible serial number, it has all it’s original finish and is in working order, .22’’ air gun pellets in tins by Milbro, Scalemead, Hustler, Crosman Spitfires and R.W.S. (purchaser must be over the age of 18 years) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 620 24 GREENWOOD & BATLEY 12 BORE 2 3/4’’ ‘STANDARD LOAD’ NO.6 SHOT, 1 1/16 OZ LOAD SHOTGUN CARTRIDGES, in their original box, this company had terminated production of shotgun cartridges by 1965 and they are now regarded as ‘Collectors’ items (purchaser must be over the age of 18 years and be in the possession of a valid shotgun certificate)

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Lot 621 A .22’’ WEBLEY & SCOTT SERIES 1 MODEL HAWK AIR RIFLE, serial number 16281, its foresight and back sight have been removed and replaced with a Nikko Sterling 4 x 15 scope, it is in working order but has some loss of finish, it comes with a slip, a B.S.A. 4 x 15 scope, two tins of R.W.S. Air gun pellets plus a St Bruno tobacco tin containing more pellets (purchaser must be over the age of 18 years) £35 - £45 plus BP* Lot 622 A .177’’ B.S.A. MAJOR AIR RIFLE, serial No.CC09599 which indicates it was manufactured between 1955 and 1957, the acid etching of its title etc, is clearly visible although there is some rust speckling visible on the metal work, it is in working order and it comes with a slip (purchaser must be over the age of 18 years) £30 - £40 plus BP*

Lot 623 Lot 623 AN ANTIQUE 7MM PIN-FIRE REVOLVER, made in Belgium, good overall condition and good working order £80 - £100 plus BP* Lot 624 AN ANTIQUE DOUBLE BARRELLED PERCUSSION POCKET PISTOL, with rifled barrels, it bears no proof marks, the trigger guard is marked A.V.G.S., one of the two hammers has been repaired, together with a leather covered powder flask by G & J.W. Hawksey £100 - £120 plus BP* Lot 625 TWO HIGH QUALITY LEATHER LEG OF MUTTON SHOTGUN CASES, both capable to taking a 30’’ set of barrels, both catches, carrying handles and leather straps are intact £70 - £80 plus BP* Lot 626 A LEATHER COVERED CASE CAPABLE OF HOUSING A SINGLE BARREL ROOK RIFLE, together with a modern hard plastic shotgun case in near new condition complete with two keys £60 - £70 plus BP*


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 627 A GROUP OF ANTIQUE TOOLS, consisting of a 12 bore capper/decapper, three powder measures, a shot measure, a 12 bore roll turnover tool, a leather shot flask and a Dixon pistol powder flask £50 - £80 plus BP* Lot 628 TWO .22’’ B.S.A. AIRSPORTERS, the first bearing serial No.GD21849 is fitted with a telescopic scope, its overall external finish is good however its main spring has been removed, the second specimen bears the serial No. GD10143, its body has been painted and the woodwork varnished, its main spring has also been removed, the GD series was made between September 1959 and December 1965 (purchaser must be over the age of 18 years) £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 635 A .177’’ TURKISH MODEL KRAL MAGNUM AIR RIFLE, serial No.49755, together with a canvas slip, it is in working order and in near new condition (purchaser must be over the age of 18 years) £50 - £60 plus BP* Lot 631 Lot 631 A FULL SIZE CROSSBOW, by Border Bows, Kelso, Scotland, fitted with a thumb hole stock £30 - £40 plus BP* Lot 632 A REPRODUCTION POOR QUALITY FLINTLOCK MUSKET, a poor quality percussion copy of a Kentucky rifle and an antique 15 bore smooth bore musket based on the design of the P53 Enfield percussion rifle, it bears no proof marks or maker’s mark and was probably made in India £50 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 629 Lot 629 A 12 BORE 2 1/2’’ CHAMBERED SIDE BY SIDE BOXLOCK EJECTOR SHOTGUN, by the Midland Gun Company, serial No.98574, it is in good working order and condition and is fitted with a set of 26’’ re-blued barrels (purchaser must be a holder of a valid shotgun licence) £110 - £130 plus BP*

Lot 633 Lot 633 A 25 BORE ANTIQUE MIQUELET MILITARY DESIGN SPANISH MANUFACTURED SINGLE BARREL PISTOL, the top of the barrel is marked ‘R’ Cuerpo de Guard ‘de la Persona del Rej, its lock is in working condition, its trigger guard, butt cap and barrel retention band are in brass £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 630 A 12 BORE 70MM CHAMBERED OVER AND UNDER BOXLOCK NON-EJECTOR SHOTGUN, by the Spanish manufacturer Lamber marked ‘Amino Express’ serial No.LG112245, the overall condition is good however the firing pin on the top barrel fails to retract on cocking, barrel length 27 1/2’’ (purchaser must be the holder of a valid shotgun licence) £110 - £130 plus BP*

Lot 634 A TDR COMPOUND CROSSBOW PISTOL, together with a .22’’ MKII A.S.I. Paratrooper air rifle missing its sight but in working condition, serial No.729406, The Paratroopers were introduced in 1975 (purchaser must be over the age of 18 years) £30 - £50 plus BP*

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Lot 636 A .177’’ DIANA MODEL 20 AIR GUN, bearing no serial number, it has retained a large percentage of its nickel plated finish, the model 20 was in production from the mid 1920’s through to 1945, together with a .177’’ Diana Model 1 air gun bearing no serial number, it bears an overall light rust patina and has some paint on the side of the action and barrel, the Model 1 was first in production in the early 1920’s, both actions are in working condition (purchaser must be over the age of 18 years) £40 - £50 plus BP* Lot 637 A .177’’ HAENEL MODEL XX AIR GUN, bearing no serial number, it is missing its rear sight and has an overall rust patina but its action is fully operational, it comes together with a Chinese manufactured .22’’ break action air rifle serial No.110318595 which is in new condition, this is fitted with a ramp rear sight but grooved for use with a telescopic sight and target (purchaser must be over the age of 18 years) £40 - £50 plus BP*

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Lot 638

Lot 638 T (?) BALLARD (BRITISH, EARLY 19TH CENTURY), Half length portrait of a young man seated at a table with an open book resting on his lap, oil on canvas, signed T (?) Ballard 1820 verso, approximately 31cm x 27cm (condition: paint has cracked, no sign of repair verso, in need of cleaning, wood worm damage to stretcher) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 639 19TH CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL, half length side profile portrait of a lady seated at a table with an open book, oil on panel bearing printed manufacturers label for R. Davy 83 Newman Street, London, approximately 29cm x 25cm (condition: in need of cleaning, wood worm damage to stretchers) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 640 A LATE 18TH / EARLY 19TH CENTURY EMBROIDERED OVAL SILK MAP OF ENGLAND AND WALES, with floral border and inset of classical figure holding title plaque, crowned compass towards bottom edge, indistinctly named and dated, silk in poor condition backed onto linen, oval approximately 51cm x 43cm, later mounted and framed (condition: silk has splits and losses in many areas, silk threads are also faded, text is largely intact) £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 641

Lot 641 IN THE STYLE OF CARLTON ALFRED SMITH (BRITISH 18531946), man seated in a cottage interior blowing on a saucer of tea, cup in his other hand, slice of bread on the table beside him, oil on canvas, bears indistinct signature lower left, approximately 39.5cm x 29.5cm (condition: no sign of repair or restoration to canvas, some staining visible verso and crackling to the paint in a number of areas) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 642 JAMES BARNES (BRITISH FL. 1870-1901), ‘No.2 A Mountain Road Nr Capel Curig - N. Wales’, Lady and dog walking on a wet lane with sheep on either side, watercolour, signed JAS BARNES lower right, titlE labels, price and artist’s address in Liverpool verso, approximately 27.5cm x 38.5cm, framed and glazed, together with two oils on board by the same hand, one of children and a dog by a stream, framed and glazed, approximately 20cm x 28cm, the other of a shepherd and his flock in a stormy mountainous landscape, framed, approximately 28cm x 38cm, both signed lower right (3) (condition: all three are in overall good condition, gilt frames have some losses) £150 - £250 plus BP*

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Lot 642

Lot 643 Lot 643 ALFRED DE BREANSKI SNR (BRITISH 1852-1928), Misty Winter landscape with expanse of water to the foreground, woodland to the distance, oil on panel bearing label for ‘Lechertier, Barbe & Co, 60 Regent St, London’ verso, signed lower right, approximately 27.5cm x 36.5cm (condition: good overall, later frame, label is stained but legible) £250 - £350 plus BP* Lot 644 FOLLOWER OF COPLEY FIELDING, Female figure with bucket at waters edge, cattle and sheep on the opposite banks and figures in a punt, watercolour, framed and glazed, approximately 22cm x 33.5cm (condition: watercolour in good condition, thunderbugs/thrips on mount under glass £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Lot 646 Lot 645 EDWARD STEEL HARPER (BRITISH 1878-1951), No.399, A Rain-drenched Orchard’, oil on canvas, bears initials and monogram lower left and dated indistinctly, with board verso bearing handwritten label including title, dated 1926 and artist’s name and address in Harborne Birmingham, also bears printed label for ‘Ruskin Galleries, Birmingham’, approximately 50cm x 60cm (condition: some areas of crackling to oils, also indentation to canvas upper centre, a few scuffs, it looks as though paints have run in the grassed area but maybe intentional, a few patches of loss just below frame upper middle edge) £150 - £200 plus BP*

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Lot 646 GOURLAY STEELL (BRITISH 1819-1894), ‘GHEAL GHASACH, Winner of First Prize at Perth 1861 And Gold Medal at Stirling 1864’, Highland cow and calf, with dog and crook resting against a mound, oil on canvas, signed ‘Gourlay Steell Rha’ and dated 1863 lower right and titled gilt slip, approximately 70cm x 90cm (provenance: Bonhams, Edinburgh 22 May 2013 Lot 144) (condition: no sign of restoration or repair, canvas has a horizontal line across skyline and mountain top which is a crack in the paint) £8000 - £10000 plus BP*

Lot 647 ATTRIBUTED TO GEORGE SIDNEY SHEPHERD (BRITISH 1784-1862), Windsor Castle from the river, castle grazing on the nearside bank, small boat on the water, watercolour, attribution to label verso, framed and glazed, approximately 24cm x 36cm (condition: some foxing and staining especially to the sky) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 648 CLEMENT MORRIS (BRITISH 19TH CENTURY), Mountainous landscape with fast flowing river, white washed cottages to the left hand bank with steps leading to the water’s edge, oil on canvas, signed lower right, approximately 38.5cm x 58.5cm (condition: paint crackled, split in canvas on right hand side towards corner, two patches verso on upper left corner) £80 - £120 plus BP*


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Lot 650 Lot 649 ENGLISH SCHOOL, A LATE 18TH CENTURY PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A LADY, wearing white bonnet with black ribbon and black shawl over white dress, oval approximately 7cm x 5.2cm, in a gilt mount, hand written paper verso refers to Mrs E Simpson of Carleton Hall, together with an early 19th Century sketch titled verso ‘Sketch of one of his Majesty’s Gentleman Band of Pensioners Mr Downing’, indistinctly signed, possibly E. Hasling, framed tondo, approximate diameter 9cm, a 19th Century silhouette side profile of a lady, aproximately 8.2cm x 6.7cm and a naive oval portrait miniature of a man, on ivory, oval approximately 5.5cm x 4.5cm (4) (condition: portrait miniature lady papered over at back, wood worm holes to front of frame, gilding does not cover whole mount, some staining/discolouration to paper, silhouette and naive portrait miniature are both dirty/discoloured) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 651 Lot 650 NINE 19TH CENTURY FRAMED SILHOUETTES OF LADIES AND GENTLEMAN, including a pair of wooden framed, inscribed verso in sepia ink and pencil ‘October 10th 1834 J Borton, A Borton’, approximately 9cm x 7cm, another of a lady with ruff collar dated 1823, together with an early Victorian head and shoulders portrait of a gentleman, watercolour, verso states when taken out for cleaning in 1979 part of a letter dated 1803 was found inside, in a rosewood frame, approximately 17cm x 12cm (10) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 651 A LATE 19TH CENTURY HAND TINTED PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPH OF AN ELDERLY MAN, wearing top hat and seated holding walking stick, bears label verso for Fred Snary’s Portrait Rooms, 26 Castle Street, framed and glazed, approximately 11.5cm x 9cm, together with three small Victorian photographs of two ladies and a girl, various small prints, two 19th Century papier mache snuff boxes with printed covers, a Victorian fan, mother of pearl, lace and handpainted, s.d. and a 19th Century carved ivory angel, mounted on blue velvet and within convex glass, approximate height 9cm) (15) £50 - £70 plus BP*

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Lot 652 H. KOLBE (GERMAN, 19TH CENTURY), Moonlit landscape, wooden boat moored to the foreground with castle ruins on hill top to the distance, oil on canvas, signed lower right, named to gilt frame, approximately 98cm x 71cm (condition: paint is crackled, some areas of dirt, possible areas of touching in but not relined or patched) £200 - £250 plus BP*

Lot 653 Lot 653 H. KOLBE (GERMAN, 19TH CENTURY), Continental river landscape with hill top castle outlined against snow capped mountains, oil on canvas, signed lower right, named to frame, approximately 98cm x 71cm (condition: sky has larger areas of crackling other areas are also crackled, canvas is relined) £200 - £250 plus BP*

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Lot 657 Lot 654 LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY IN THE STYLE OF TURNER, Venetian scene from the water, oil sketch on canvas, unsigned and unframed, approximately 32.5cm x 39.5cm (condition: hole in sky upper centre right, the oil is crackled throughout, losses to lower right corner, canvas stained) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 655 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, The Bear Soldier, man raising his tricorn hat to a bear holding a stick over its shoulder, another bear seated with a costumed monkey on its back, oil on board, approximately 33cm x 28cm (condition: in a later frame, oil in need of clean, some creases lower right, crackling in several areas) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 656 20TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, Stag hunting scenes, man with hound on lead following a stag in a woodland landscape and companion after the kill, oils on board, bearing Warwick Fine Arts Ltd oval stamps verso, approximately 12cm x 16cm (2) (condition: some scuffing to both oils and some crackling) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 657 IN THE MANNER OF HENRY MOORE (BRITISH 1831-1895), ‘Heligoland Bight’, seascape with outcrops of rocks and sea stacks, sea gulls on the wing, boat to far distance, oil on canvas, attribution and title to frame, modern handwritten biography to card backing verso, approximately 59cm x 90cm (condition: patched repair to canvas, cleaned condition, no sign of signature) £600 - £800 plus BP*

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Lot 658 EARLY/MID 20TH CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL, a collection of pencil sketches, ink caricatures, etc and pencil photographic prints, life studies, portraits, milk order book with doodles and notes to milkman, an interesting collection that includes life studies, titled Goldsmith School of Art, circa 1933/34, some signed Denton Welch, some signed G. Leet (parcel) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 659 A 19TH CENTURY FLEMISH OAK AND WALNUT STAINED STICK BAROMETER, the arched top with two ball finials on barley twist columns and pierced fretwork panel, silvered dial, height approximately 122cm £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 660 A 19TH CENTURY CARVED GILT GESSO SUNBURST CONVEX WALL MIRROR, mirror plate diameter 12cm, with rope twist and beaded borders, overall width approximately 74cm (condition: patches of gilding loss and chips to tips, some cracks) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 661 A MID 19TH CENTURY OVAL GILTWOOD OVERMANTEL MIRROR, surmounted by floral swags and ribbons, beaded and foliate frame with later added gilt metal double candle brackets, the frame in need of restoration, plate size oval 74cm x 58cm, frame size oval 93cm x 70cm (condition: frame in need of restoration, some loose sections retained, others missing) £100 - £150 plus BP*


DECORATIVE PICTURES


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 666 DEREK SOUTHALL (BRITISH 1930-2011), ‘Reflections-Edge of Diana’s Forest’, abstract, acrylic on canvas, signed and dated (19)80 lower right, signed, titled and dated verso, approximately 213cm x 152cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 662 Lot 662 STEPHEN FARTHING (BRITISH 1950), ‘Coppice’, an abstract study of a coppiced wood, acrylic on canvas, unsigned, bares Gallery label verso for The Edward Totah Gallery in London verso, approximately 152cm x 152cm (Provenance: previously sold by Bonhams in 1997) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 663 NORMAN ADAMS (1927-2005), ‘Fallen Trees at Douk Ghyll’, oil on board, signed and dated (19)58 top right, Gallery label for Roland, Browse and Delbanco of Old Bond Street verso, framed, approximately 90cm x 121cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £800 - £1000 plus BP* Lot 667 Lot 667 HAROLD COHEN (BRITISH 1928-2016), ‘ConsulDiamond 2’, abstract image, acrylic on canvas, signed and dated London 1966 verso with labels for Robert Fraser Gallery, The British Council Fine Arts Department and Exhibition label for the 33rd Venice Biennale, also verso, mounted into a wooden frame, approximately 147cm x 147cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £1500 - £2000 plus BP*

Lot 664 Lot 664 ALEXIS HUNTER (NEW ZEALAND 1948-2014), ‘Passionate Instincts 1983’, abstract animal figures, acrylic on canvas, signed and titled and dated verso, together with Momart and Exhibition labels for Cagnes in France, framed, approximately 129cm x 89cm (2) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 665 DAVID J.G. OXTOBY (BRITISH 1938), ‘Smokey Miracle’, abstract composition, acrylic on canvas, signed, titled and dated (19)68 verso, metal framed, approximately 120cm x 151cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £200 - £300 plus BP*

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Lot 668 Lot 668 FABIAN PEREZ (ARGENTINIAN 1967), ‘For a Better Life VI-Red’, six red wine filled glasses raised in celebration, acrylic on canvas, signed to the front, signed and titled verso with original valuation certificate from Whitewall Galleries, approximately 39cm x 50cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £3000 - £4000 plus BP*


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Lot 669 Lot 669 FABIAN PEREZ (ARGENTINIAN 1967), ‘Paola On The Couch’, a woman wearing a black dress, reclining on a couch, acrylic on canvas, signed to the front, signed and dated verso with original valuation certificate from Whitewall Galleries, approximately 29cm x 40cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £2000 - £3000 plus BP*

Lot 672 Lot 672 FABIAN PEREZ (ARGENTINIAN 1967), ‘Marina in Red Light’, a woman wearing a black dress, standing at a bar, acrylic on canvas, signed bottom right, signed and titled verso, with certificate of valuation from Whitewall Galleries, approximately 43.5cm x 59cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply to This Lot) £3500 - £4500 plus BP*

Lot 670 FABIAN PEREZ (ARGENTINIAN 1967), ‘Saba on The Stairs’, a woman wearing a black dress and gloves in a contemplative pose, acrylic on canvas, signed bottom right, signed and titled verso with original certificate of valuation from Whitewall Galleries, framed, approximately 28.5cm x 21cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £2500 - £3500 plus BP*

Lot 673 Lot 673 FABIAN PEREZ (ARGENTINIAN 1967), ‘For a Better Life II - With White Wine’, six wine glasses raised in celebration, acrylic on canvas, signed bottom right, signed and titled verso, with certificate of valuation from Whitewall Galleries, approximately 59cm x 74cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply to This Lot) £3500 - £4500 plus BP* Lot 671 Lot 671 FABIAN PEREZ (ARGENTINIAN 1967), ‘The Dark Room’, a lady wearing a black dress sitting at a bar, acrylic on canvas, signed bottom right, signed and titled verso, with original certificate of valuation from Whitewall Galleries, framed, approximately 21cm x 29cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £2000 - £3000 plus BP*

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Lot 674 Lot 674 PAUL HORTON (BRITISH CONTEMPORARY), ‘Days To Remember’, a limited edition print released in aid of Acorns Childrens Hospice in 2004, edition number 1014, depicting a boy looking out of his bedroom window at his bike and a football, signed, titled and numbered in pencil, with certificate, approximately 43cm x 43cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 675 Lot 675 MACKENZIE THORPE (BRITISH CONTEMPORARY), ‘In Love’, a limited edition print artists proof 46/85, young lovers sitting atop of a giant heart, signed, titled and numbered in pencil, with certificate, mounted, framed and glazed, approximately 46cm x 41cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) (condition: small dent in frame) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Lot 676 PETER SMITH (BRITISH CONTEMPORARY), ‘Mummy!’, a pencil sketch based on the limited edition print of the same name, signed in pencil with personalised inscription verso, mounted, framed and glazed, approximately 27cm x 20cm, print has slipped in the mount, together with two open edition prints by the same hand, one signed to the mount (3) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 677 Lot 677 ALEXANDER MILLAR (BRITISH CONTEMPORARY), ‘Cowboys’, an artist proof print 41/49, three men on a park rocking horse, signed and numbered in pencil, with certificate, mounted, framed and glazed, approximately 47cm x 60cm (condition: small dent and paint loss to the frame) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 678 MACKENZIE THORPE (BRITISH CONTEMPORARY), ‘She Loves Me’, an artist proof print 37/85, depicting a boy picking petals from a flower, signed, titled and numbered in pencil, with certificate, mounted, framed and glazed, approximately 41cm x 37cm (condition: small marks to the frame) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 679 Lot 679 PAUL HORTON (BRITISH CONTEMPORARY), ‘Days of Summer’, a limited edition print 27/295, boys cycling towards an ice cream van, signed, titled and numbered in pencil, with certificate, mounted, framed and glazed, approximately 25cm x 61cm (condition: mark to the frame) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 680 Lot 680 PETER SMITH (BRITISH CONTEMPORARY), ‘Mummy!’, an artist proof print 29/29, a purple and white impossimal holding a lollypop, signed, titled and numbered in pencil, no certificate, mounted, framed and glazed, approximately 34cm x 33cm (condition: some paint loss to the frame) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £60 - £90 plus BP*


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Lot 681 Lot 681 MACKENZIE THORPE (BRITISH CONTEMPORARY), ‘Out For A Walk’, an artist proof print 40/85, a boy pulling his dog in a shopping trolley, signed, titled and numbered in pencil, with certificate, approximately 40cm x 48cm (condition: small marks to the frame) £70 - £100 plus BP* Lot 682 ROB HEFFERAN (BRITISH 1968), a full length study of a female figure draped in a sheet, Acrylic on canvas, signed bottom right, with valuation certificate from Whitewall Galleries, framed, approximately 85cm x 50cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £1500 - £2000 plus BP*

Lot 683 Lot 683 CAROL GILLAN (BRITISH 1961), ‘Bluebelle’, a quirky portrait of a cow, oil on canvas, signed bottom left, with original bill of sale and valuation certificate from Gallery Fine Art, approximately 91cm x 76cm (originally cost in excess of £2,000) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 684 ALLEN JONES RA, (1937), ‘V’, a limited edition lithograph on paper 45/60, signed, numbered and dated (19)76 in pencil, aluminium framed, image size approximately 82cm x 57cm (condition: print is very good, some marks to the frame) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 687 BERNARD BYRNE (IRISH 20TH CENTURY), ‘Seaweed Gatherers’, two female figures with bales of seaweed on their backs, oil on canvas, signed bottom right, artist label verso bearing title, address and dated 1963, framed, approximately 45cm x 34cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply to This Lot) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 688 CHRIS BUSCHE (SCOTTISH 1958), ‘Harbour Watch’, an abstract view across a harbour, oil on paper, unsigned but with Panther and Hall of Mayfair Gallery label verso, gilt framed, approximately 25cm x 30cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £250 - £350 plus BP*

Lot 685 Lot 685 ANGUS MCBEAN (1904-1990), a silver gelatin print of Viven Leigh, signed and dated London (19)64 to the mount, the print has period retouching to enhance the image as was usual in the days before photoshop, framed and glazed, approximately 39cm x 29cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 686 Lot 686 ANDREW KING R.O.I. N.S (1956), ‘Honfleur-outer Harbour’, fishing boats berthed in harbour with reflections to the foreground, oil on board, signed bottom left with artist title label verso, framed, approximately 23cm x 29cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Lot 689 HELEN BRADLEY (BRITISH 19001979), ‘September’, a limited edition print 202/500, depicting an autumn picnic by a lake, signed bottom right, Fine Art Trade Guild Blind Stamp bottom left, mounted, framed and glazed, approximately 40cm x 57cm £85 - £95 plus BP*

Lot 690 Lot 690 ALEXANDER MOFFAT (BRITISH 1943), an untitled painting of a Jazz Band with a female singer, oil on board, signed bottom right, framed, approximately 137cm x 92cm (condition: some damage to the paint surface) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £500 - £800 plus BP*

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Lot 691 Lot 691 IAN RAWLING (BRITISH 1966), ‘Take Five’, depicting three ladies drinking tea, oil pastel on board, signed bottom right, mounted framed and glazed, Demontfort Fine Art rtist biography verso, approximately 56cm x 117cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) (condition: print in excellent condition) £1000 - £1500 plus BP*

Lot 693 PETER RIPPON (BRITISH 1950), ‘Twist’, an abstract composition consisting of strips of painted canvas laid onto a canvas background, acrylic on canvas collage, signed, titled and dated March ‘79’ with Nicola Jacobs Gallery label verso, approximately 175cm x 76cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 692 MALI MORRIS R.A. (BRITISH 1945), ‘Rinaldo II’, an abstract acrylic on canvas, signed, titled and dated 1980 verso, together with Nicola Jacobs Gallery label, framed, approximately 178cm x 66cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply to This Lot) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 694 MAGGI HAMBLING (BRITISH 1945), ‘Miss Mace, Saturday Night’, an abstract lady in repose on a sofa, acrylic on canvas, signed, titled and dated 1976 verso, approximately 74cm x 92cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £2500 - £3500 plus BP*

Lot 695 ALEXANDER MCNEISH (19322002), ‘Aquarian Cape Cornwall’, an abstract image of a man lying on a jetty, gouache on paper, signed and dated (19)81 centre bottom, titled label verso, framed, approximately 26cm x 36cm, together with a portrait sketch by the same hand, approximately 49cm x 38cm (2) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £70 - £100 plus BP* Lot 696 JOHN CARTER (1942), ‘Two Frames’, abstract mixed media on paper, signed and dated 1980 bottom left, Nicola Jacobs Gallery label verso, framed and glazed, approximately 32cm x 55cm (glass broken) £200 - £250 plus BP* Lot 697 JOHN G BOYD (BRITISH 19402001), ‘Lovers By A Bush’, an abstract study of embracing lovers, oil on board, signed lower right with Glasgow Art Club label verso, framed, approximately 39cm x 55cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £300 - £400 plus BP*

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Lot 698 Lot 698 IAN STEPHENSON (1934-2000), two limited edition mixed media works of art, numbered 246 and 426/540, signed and dated 1980 bottom left, titled with edition number top right, unframed, approximately 56cm x 71cm (condition: light creases to the corners) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 700 Lot 700 IAN STEPHENSON (1934-2000), ‘Phoenix’, two limited edition, mixed media works of art, numbered 156 and 516/540, signed and dated 1980 bottom left, titled with edition number top right, unframed, approximately 56cm x 71cm (condition: light creases to the corners) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 701 KAY BOYCE (BRITISH 20TH/21ST CENTURY), ‘CLARE STUDY III’, a pastel drawing, signed and monogrammed by the artist, mounted, unframed, approximately 35cm x 25cm £400 - £450 plus BP*

Lot 699 Lot 699 IAN STEPHENSON (1934-2000), two limited edition mixed media works of art, numbered 66 and 336/540, signed and dated 1980 lower left, titled with edition number top right, unframed, approximately 56cm x 71cm (condition: light creases to the corners) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 702 Lot 702 PATRICK CAULFIELD (19362005), ‘Fig Branch’, a colour screen print, numbered bottom right, Images Fine Art label verso, paper size approximately 99.5cm x 74cm (condition: some creasing to the image area with heavy creases to the borders, the frame is very distressed and needs replacing) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £200 - £300 plus BP*

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Lot 703 GORDON HOUSE (BRITISH 1932-2004), ‘Quarter Yellow 65/80’, ‘Gothic Blue 67/80’ and ‘Strand Green 68/80’, three limited edition silkscreen prints, signed, titled and dated 78/79 to the margins, Quarter Yellow is framed, the other two are not, approximately 110cm x 79cm (3) (condition: some damage to the frame and the unframed prints) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 704 IVOR ABRAHAMS (BRITISH 1935-2015), a limited edition three dimensional silkscreen print 32/75, from The Garden Series, signed and dated (19)71 in pencil, mounted in a purpose built frame, approximately 58cm x 77cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 705 Lot 705 ANDREW GRANT KURTIS (BRITISH 20TH CENTURY), ‘Westminster Chimes at Midnight’, a moonlit view of London from across the Thames, oil on board, signed bottom left with artist title label verso, dated 2012, framed, approximately 39cm x 39cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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FURNITURE


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Lot 706 Lot 706 A VICTORIAN STAINED OAK AND PINE WINDOW SEAT, the short rectangular back and sloped arms with later black PVC upholstery, squab cushion over planked seat, on turned legs with roundels, ceramic castors to front, brass castors to the back legs, width 113cm x depth 49cm x max height 62cm (height to seat 31.5cm) (condition: replacement upholstery, evidence of ebonising to front arms and legs) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 707 Lot 707 AN 18TH CENTURY OAK COFFER, the single plank top with chip carved ends, the front carved with foliate motifs, on stile ends, the interior fitted with a candle box, interior with iron hinges, front locking clasp broken and missing, width 97cm x depth 35cm x height 56.5cm (condition: back right corner has section missing, broken lacking clasp not present, feet uneven and rocks on level surface) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 708 A VICTORIAN RECTANGULAR GILT FRAMED OVERMANTEL MIRROR, surmounted by a central urn on an oval motif with swags, either end has distressed foliate caps, the frieze moulded with roundels and swags above shell and husking to the sides, bevel edged plate, overall height 153cm x width 128cm (condition: some sections of gilding missing to surmounts, glass plate has some silvering losses) £180 - £220 plus BP* Lot 709 A VICTORIAN BURR WALNUT AND INLAID POT CUPBOARD, of square form, white marble top with moulded edge, inlaid with rosewood and boxwood stringing, turned wooden handle, height 74cm x width 36.5cm x depth 32cm (condition: nibbles to marble top towards back edge, light fading to front and sides) £70 - £90 plus BP*

Lot 710 Lot 710 A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD ELBOW SALON CHAIR, the shaped oval buttoned back surmounted by a carved central ribbon flanked by flowers, on swept arms with padded armrests, stuffed over seat with serpentine front, on cabriole front legs with horn castors, together with matching salon chair, upholstered differently and with broken top rail (2) (condition: some loose joints and salon chair with broken top rail, both with replacement blue velvet upholstery) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Lot 711 Lot 711 A SET OF FOUR VICTORIAN WALNUT DINING CHAIRS, the serpentine top rail above central foliate pierced decoration, upholstered splat, stuffed over seat with serpentine front, on cabriole front legs (4) (condition: upholstery is not original, some loose joints, evidence of old woodworm damage to underside of one seat) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 712 Lot 712 A GEORGE III ROSEWOOD AND INLAID WORK TABLE, of shaped octagonal form, with Greek Key inlaid decoration to the rectangular raised centre hinged top, flanked by hinged covered side compartments with claret red lined interior, on four tapering cabriole legs linked by a cross frame stretcher, width 42cm x height 77cm x depth 32cm (condition: large split to right hand side of raised cover, right hand back leg screwed to body) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 713 A GEORGE III WALNUT AND BOXWOOD STRUNG ‘D’ END FOLD OVER CARD TABLE, baize lined interior, on four chamfered square tapering legs, width 90cm x depth 45cm x height 73cm (condition: small let in repair on back edge, top smiling, surface scratches and dints to legs) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 716 Lot 714 Lot 714 A GEORGE III STYLE MAHOGANY AND ROSEWOOD STAINED DISPLAY CASE, the bowed front with lockable back above a single drawer with ring handles, brass handles to either end of the display case, on square tapering legs with spade feet, width 66cm x depth 35.5cm x height 91.5cm (condition: no key, some missing moulding to edge of glass, surface scratches, especially to left hand side) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 715 A LATE 19TH / EARLY 20TH CENTURY ROSEWOOD AND STAINED NEST OF THREE TABLES, rectangular tops with raised moulded edges, on tapering cylindrical ring turned dual end supports with bowed stretchers and scroll feet, maximum size width 46cm x depth 30cm x height 73.5cm (3) (condition: ring mark to largest table, veneer loss to one corner, some splits to tops) £60 - £100 plus BP*

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Lot 716 AN EARLY VICTORIAN WALNUT AND MAHOGANY DINING TABLE, of circular form, on turned and octagonal baluster legs with brass caps and castors, diameter 129cm x extended length 230cm, together with two sets of four early Victorian mahogany bar back chairs, all with stuffed over seats, one set with octagonal tapering legs and the other with reeded tapering legs (9) (condition: some staining and heavy scratching to the table top, the chair has a section of moulding missing to the left hand upright, some water marks, scratching and repairs) £250 - £350 plus BP*

Lot 717 Lot 717 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY BOOKCASE, the moulded cornice above two glazed doors each with six panels flanked by columns, the lower section with a cupboard door, width 98cm x depth 35cm x height 186cm (condition: some areas of veneer loss, scratches, right hand of base has section of moulding away from the main body) £100 - £150 plus BP*


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Lot 720 Lot 718 AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY AND EBONY BANDED TABLE DISPLAY CABINET, of rectangular form, hinged top, glazed panels to all sides, on square tapering legs, no key, width 60.5cm x depth 39cm x height 72.5cm (condition: overall good condition, no key, scratch to glass in top) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 719 A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD, ROSEWOOD SIMULATED AND INLAID ENVELOPE TOP CARD TABLE, of square form, each triangular section of the top inlaid with ribbons, husking and swags, twist top action lifting one section, baize lined interior, fitted with a single frieze drawer with small gilt knobs, on square tapering legs with ceramic castors and a cross frame stretcher, top 55.5cm square, height 75.5cm (condition: rosewood generally even in colour, some scuffs to legs) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 720 AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY AND INLAID BOW FRONT SIDEBOARD IN GEORGE III STYLE, the raised back with three brass urn finials above a lattice work design inlaid with oval rosettes and fanned designs, the base with central short drawer flanked by a short drawer and hinged dummy drawer, with a cupboard door and dummy door below, all with brass circular ring handles with stamped back plates, on four square tapering legs with spade feet, width 182.5cm x depth 68cm x height 147.5cm (condition: overall good condition, some patchy areas, the top rail of the back has chip to the front edge) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 722 Lot 721 A VICTORIAN BURR WALNUT AND ROSEWOOD BOOKCASE, of inverted breakfront form, moulded edge above three shelves, two adjustable and with tooled green leather trim, flanked by single door cupboards, each with two columns and later panelled doors enclosing adjustable shelving, the doors with clips so decorative panels can be removed, on a plinth style base, length 197cm x depth 45cm x height 91cm (condition: some veneer loss in places, scuffs and scratches to shelves, some parts replacements) £300 - £400 plus BP* Lot 722 A VICTORIAN WALNUT FRAMED SOFA, the serpentine back with central carved and pierced foliate scroll and shell decoration, outward scrolled arms, serpentine seat with cabriole front legs and knurled feet, replacement upholstery, width 166cm x height 92.5cm (condition: button back upholstery is not original, general wear and tear, otherwise fair condition) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 723 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY AND CAMPHORWOOD CAMPAIGN SECRETAIRE CHEST, ebony stringing, the secretaire drawer lacking one handle (present) and the pull from the other, the hinged fall front with fitted interior of pigeon holes and drawers, the separate base with two short and two long drawers with two handles and one pull missing, on shaped bracket feet, brass bound throughout and two sets of brass handles to sides, one handle missing, width 89cm x depth 44cm x height 98.5cm (condition: in need of restoration, various handles and fittings missing, no keys, section of brass missing to front left foot, some missing timber between two short drawers, other losses, scuffs and scratches) £150 - £250 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 728 AN EARLY VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD CENTRE TABLE, the circular tilt top with moulded edge, on an octagonal pedestal to a concave triform base with lion paw feet, diameter 121cm (condition: small paint spots to table, some veneer loss to base) £200 - £250 plus BP* Lot 729 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY AND EBONY STRUNG BOW FRONT SIDE TABLE, fitted with two short and one long drawer with turned wooden handles, on block legs, width 86cm x depth 87cm x height 76cm (condition: splits in top and faded, general wear and tear commensurate with use and age) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 724 Lot 724 A 18TH CENTURY OAK BUREAU, the fall front with reading ledge opening to reveal a mahogany and inlaid fitted interior, above a carved double bowed front with two short drawers, deep apron and similar sides, on four cabriole legs with carved ball feet, width 99cm x depth 61cmx height 99cm (condition: in need of restoration internally and externally, replacement escutcheons and two replacements missing, some damage to apron edges) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 725 A GEORGE III FRUITWOOD AND MAHOGANY SERPENTINE FOLD OVER TEA TABLE, fitted with along frieze drawer with replacement handles, on square tapering legs with spade feet, brass caps and castors, width 89cm x depth 43cm x height 75cm (condition: top has split, scratches and old knock or fire damage to left hand side, replacement handles, other damage commensurate with age and use) £150 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 727 Lot 727 A LATE VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD AND INLAID FLOORSTANDING CORNER CUPBOARD, the architectural pediment with turned finial above double doors inlaid with urns, swags and scrolls above two bevel edged mirrors, the bow front base fitted with a short drawer and cupboard door inlaid with musical instruments, flanked by arched open shelves, on three block legs linked by a triangular under tier, width 74.5cm x depth 46cm x height 187cm (condition: some areas of small losses, paper labels to back of base, split at back corner of top of base) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 730 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY ASH AND ELM RUSH SEATED ELBOW CHAIR, ladder back, turned stretchers and pad feet, height to top of back 113cm x height to seat 40cm Lot 731 A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD POLE SCREEN, the glazed panel of roses with fret work cresting and open twist columns, later mirror attached to the reverse, the pole screen base with spiral twist to wavy circular foot, on three bun feet with uprights, height 139cm (condition: overall fair condition) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 726 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CHEST, moulded rectangular top above three deep short drawers and two long graduated drawers with flush fitting brass handles, on short turned legs, width 108.5cm x depth 51cm x height 91cm (condition: back boards loose, water mark to top, scratches and scuffs commensurate with age) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 728

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Lot 733

Lot 736

Lot 732 A LATE 19TH CENTURY CARVED OAK RECTANGULAR WALL MIRROR, gadrooned edge, foliate decoration with a mask top and bottom of the oval plate, frame height 80.5cm x 42cm (condition: carving may be older and adapted to fit the frame, some chips and losses) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 733 A GEORGE II STYLE WALNUT FRAMED LOVE SEAT, the rectangular back above outward scrolled arms, squab cushion, on four cabriole legs, the front ones with shell carved knees, pad feet, width 112cm x depth 72cm x height of back 105cm (condition: some scuffs around legs and feet) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 734 A VICTORIAN WALNUT WINE TABLE, the circular top on a baluster and turned pedestal with circular gallery, on a circular plinth with three scrolled feet, diameter 40cm x height 71cm (condition: some scuffs to moulded edge, surface scratches and dints) £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 735 Lot 735 A GEORGE III OAK CHEST OF FOUR LONG GRADUATED DRAWERS, later short back, replacement brass swan neck handles and back plates, bracket feet, width 93cm x depth 51cm x height 81.5cm (condition: added short back, lacks brass escutcheons and has replacement handles, light patch to bottom drawer) £50 - £80 plus BP* Lot 736 A VICTORIAN WALNUT AND BURR WALNUT WORK TABLE, of shaped oval outline, fitted with a drawer with compartments above a pull out needlework well, on turned and carved dual end supports with ceramic castors and with turned stretchers, width 64.5cm x Depth 41.5cm x height 71cm (condition: wear and tear commensurate with use and age, drawer very tight to pull out) £80 - £120 plus BP*

ARR refer to Droit de Suite Royalty Charges - See Title Page BP* - Buyer’s Premium of 17.5% plus VAT @ 20% - Also see Title Page for additional costs

Lot 737 Lot 737 A GEORGE II STYLE WALNUT AND STAINED PINE CHEST OF TWO SHORT AND THREE LONG GRADUATED DRAWERS, with pine lining, replacement handles and locks, on bracket feet, width 95cm x depth 50cm x height 86.5cm (condition: top with splits, ring marks and stains, scuffs and ripples) £120 - £180 plus BP* Lot 738 A GEORGE III OAK DOUBLE DOOR CUPBOARD, moulded edge above plain doors, replacement brass escutcheon, the interior with one adjustable shelf, on a plinth base, width 69cm x depth 36cm x height 71cm (condition: several areas of damage, splits to doors, missing moulding, replacement escutcheon, scuffs and scratches) £50 - £70 plus BP*

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Lot 739 Lot 739 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY BOW FRONT CHEST OF TWO SHORT OVER TWO LONG GRADUATED DRAWERS, circular brass escutcheons with oval stamped brass back plates and swing handles, on bracket feet, width 100.5cm x depth 49.5cm x height 77cm (condition: possibly bottom half of a linen press due to proportion, some let ins, splits, veneer loss) £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 740 AN 18TH CENTURY OAK COFFER, the hinged top with two panels carved with leaf and guilloche design, the two panel front similarly carved, on stiles, width 116cm x depth 48.5cm x height 63cm (condition: woodworm damage, especially to lower front panels and stiles) £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Lot 743 Lot 741 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY CASED EIGHT DAY LONGCASE CLOCK, the broken swan neck pediment with central brass spherical mount on gilt capped Corinthian columns, the arched hood door enclosing a painted dial, the arch with date and lunar phase mechanism, spandrels painted with figures emblematic of the four continents, subsidiary seconds and date dials, the 31.5cm dial named ‘JN: CRAIG NEWCASTLE’, shaped trunk door flanked by quarter Corinthian columns, the base of traditional form with bracket feet, height approximately 225cm with pendulum, two weights, winding key and case key (condition: restored condition) £300 - £500 plus BP* Lot 742 AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY AND BRASS BANDED GLASS TABLE TOP DISPLAY CASE, on four square graduating legs and brass caps and castors, width 69cm x depth 44cm x height 75cm (key) (condition: pitting to brass banding on lid, light scratches due to wear) £70 - £90 plus BP*

Lot 744 Lot 743 A GEORGE III OAK AND MAHOGANY BANDED EIGHT DAY LONGCASE CLOCK, the brass dial signed Lassel Park, Roman numerals, subsidiary date aperture and seconds dial, dial diameter 28cm, raised on a later plinth, comes with winding key, two weights and pendulum (condition: scratched to dial, missing piece on case and scratched plinth) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 744 A VICTORIAN BURR WALNUT AND PARQUETRY BANDED FOLD OVER GAMES/SEWING TABLE, the top inlaid with a castle, with a single drawer and further compartments containing sewing accessories, on turned cylindrical supports, scrolled legs, united by a stretcher, width 59cm x depth 43cm x height 74cm (key) (condition: veneer lifting and damaged parquetry inlay, sunlight fading to top) £100 - £120 plus BP*


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Lot 745 Lot 745 A GEORGE III OAK DRESSER BASE, with two long and one short drawer with brass swan neck handles and pierced escutcheons, on turned front legs, width 168cm x depth 54cm x height 80cm (condition: varnish faded in places, splitting to top, no obvious warping) £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 746 A REGENCY MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE, the rectangular top with rounded corners above two drawers, on four cylindrical reeded legs, width 93cm x depth 49cm x height 72cm (condition: repair to top front left corner, wear and tear, some beading missing) £100 - £140 plus BP* Lot 747 A GEORGIAN OAK LOWBOY, the rectangular top above a single long drawer, on turned supports united by stretchers, width 86cm x depth 53cm x height 68cm (condition: split to top, old chip to top right corner and wear to varnish) £80 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 748 Lot 748 A VICTORIAN BURR WALNUT DEMI LUNE FOLD OVER CARD TABLE, revealing a green baize interior, on four cylindrical supports united by a base section with scrolled legs on ceramic castors, width 90cm x depth 45cm x height 72.5cm (condition: veneer lifting in places, sunlight fading in places) £50 - £70 plus BP*

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Lot 749 Lot 749 A GEORGE III WALNUT AND SATINWOOD BANDED EIGHT DAY LONGCASE CLOCK, the hood with swan neck pediment and central eagle pendant flanked with barley twist front columns, the painted dial marked M Bartley, Bristol, dial diameter 28.5cm, seconds dial with automaton ship at sea action in arch, subsidiary date aperture, Roman numerals, the case with shell inlay to door, quarter Corinthian columns, approximate height 205cm, case key, winding key, two weights and pendulum (condition: restored condition and loose eagle pendant) £150 - £250 plus BP* Lot 750 A GEORGE III AND LATER OAK DRESSER, the enclosed back with moulded cornice above two shelves, the second shelf with later cupboard doors to either end, the base fitted with three short drawers above three cupboard doors, with later brass handles and droppers, width 149cm x depth 52cm x height 184.5cm (condition: back darker in colour than base, gaps in back panels, gaps in panels of top and splits in doors, in need of some restoration) £120 - £180 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 754 A BRASSED RECTANGULAR NEST OF THREE TABLES, with a smoked glass insert top, label to underside reading MIRBEL, MACCLESFIELD, width of largest table 67cm x depth 52cm x height 44cm (condition: good condition) £20 - £40 plus BP* Lot 751 Lot 751 AN ALFRED COX WALNUT CHEST OF THREE LONG GRADUATING DRAWERS, on a teak stretchered base, width 109cm x depth 45.5cm x height 76.5cm (condition: sunlight fading and wear and tear) £30 - £50 plus BP* Lot 752 JOHN AND SYLVIA REID FOR STAG, C-range, a light oak chest of four long drawers on four cylindrical legs, width 76cm x depth 46cm x height 92cm, (condition: sunlight fading, ring marks and other wear to vanish) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 753 Lot 753 WHITE & NEWTON, PORTSMOUTH, a tall teak chest of seven long drawers with the top drawer reed fronted, width 61cm x depth 41cm x height 102cm (condition: slight sunlight fading to top front edge and drawers, wear and tear) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 755 Lot 755 GERRIT THOMAS RIETVELD (1988-1964) FOR CASSINA, model Schroeder, a geometric form table, black, red and white ground, stamped to underside of top, approximate size 50cm square x height 60cm (condition: wear and tear and pitting in places) £80 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 756 Lot 756 JOHN PIPER FOR TERANCE CONRAN, a rectangular formica topped coffee table depicting various scenes of London, width 115cm x depth 38cm x height 35cm (condition: light scratches to the top) £50 - £70 plus BP*

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Lot 757 MCINTOSH & CO, a 7ft stained teak sideboard, flanked by two double cupboard doors and three central drawers, on four cylindrical tapering legs, width 214cm x depth 47cm x height 82cm (condition: very good condition) £120 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 758 Lot 758 IB KOFOD LARSEN FOR G PLAN, a teak sideboard flanked by single cupboard doors and five central graduating drawers with square handles, on cylindrical tapering legs width 168cm x depth 48cm x height 77cm (condition: water marks to top, sunlight fading and light scratches) £200 - £250 plus BP* Lot 759 IB KOFOD LARSEN FOR G PLAN, a rectangular teak gate leg table on four cylindrical tapering legs, length 127cm x extended width 94cm x dropped width 47cm x height 72cm (condition: finish in good condition, one leg is damaged and in need of repair) £40 - £50 plus BP* Lot 760 A WRIGHTON 1960’S TEAK SIDEBOARD, flanked by single cupboard doors and three long central drawers on square tapering legs, width 168cm x depth 46cm x height 80cm (condition: good condition, wear to handles and feet) £80 - £100 plus BP*

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Lot 761 Lot 761 ELLIOTS OF NEWBURY, a set of four teak framed dining chairs with red upholstered seat and back (condition: good overall condition) £40 - £50 plus BP* Lot 762 A PAIR OF ERCOL ASH AND BEECH STICK BACK CHAIRS, (condition: good overall condition, some light scratches) £80 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 764 Lot 764 MCINTOSH & CO, a teak extending dining table, with two folding leaves, extended width 236cm x closed width 160cm x depth 89cm x height 74cm, together with a set of eight matching bar back chairs covered with oatmeal upholstery (9) (condition: very good condition) £150 - £250 plus BP* Lot 765 MALCOLM WALKER FOR DALESCRAFT, a 1950’s teak butlers tables with a removable glass top tray, above a single shelf, width 74cm x depth 50cm x height 66cm (condition: good overall condition, some light and deep scratches) £40 - £50 plus BP*

Lot 766 A MCINTOSH & CO TEAK SIDEBOARD, flanked by three graduating drawers, fall front compartment revealing a black formica slide and central double cupboard door section (condition: very good condition) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 767 G PLAN TOLA AND BLACK TEAK DINING SUITE, comprising of a rectangular drop leaf table, length 132cm x extended width 106cm x closed width 45.5cm x height 74cm, a set of six butterfly back dining chairs and a sideboard with three drawers above double bi-fold doors, width 149cm x depth 46cm x height 86cm (condition: table top in good condition, few light scratches to backs of chairs, and scratch to door front of sideboard) £120 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 763 Lot 763 A TALL TEAK CHEST OF SIX GRADUATING DRAWERS, width 67cm x depth 47cm x height 112cm (condition: good overall condition, some light scratches) £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 771 AN AUSTIN SUITE TALL TEAK CHEST OF SIX DRAWERS, on square tapering legs, width 65cm x depth 41cm x height 122cm (condition: various marks from wear and tear, including ring marks) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 768 Lot 768 A GUY ROGERS MANHATTAN TEAK THREE PIECE LOUNGE SUITE, comprising of three seater sofa bed, the fold over back with hidden storage compartment to convert to a flat bed, and two ladies and gents armchairs, all covered in lime green tweed upholstery (condition: very good condition, sunlight fading to frame and upholstery, missing one door to storage compartment) £300 - £400 plus BP*

Lot 769 Lot 769 A G PLAN FRESCO TEAK SIDEBOARD, with three various drawers above four cupboard doors, width 153cm x depth 46cm x height 85cm (condition: wear and tear to top and sunlight fading) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 775 Lot 775 ROBERT WELCH, a 1960’s Lumitron table lamp, the anthracite perspex shade on a stainless steel base, approximate height 64cm £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 772 Lot 772 AN INDUSTRIAL MID 20TH CENTURY MODERNIST WHITE PAINTED METAL SKELETON FRAME CHILD’S SCHOOL CHAIR with slatted teak seat and back £30 - £50 plus BP* Lot 773 A USM HALLER CHROME FRAMED MODULAR DISPLAY SYSTEM, of ten shelves, width 153cm x depth 38cm x height 180cm £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 770 AN EVEREST 7FT TEAK SIDEBOARD, flanked by two double cupboard doors and three central drawers, raised on four cylindrical tapering legs, Lee Longlands and Everest labels to inner doors, width 222cm x depth 43cm x height 72cm (condition: various marks from wear and tear and light scratches) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 774 Lot 774 A PAIR OF SHATTALINE TABLE LAMPS, amber coloured with cylindrical fibre glass shades, height 36cm £20 - £30 plus BP*

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Lot 776 A VINTAGE INDUSTRIAL MOBILE MEDICAL EXAMINATION STANDARD LAMP by Anglepoise on castors £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 777 RICHARD YOUNG FOR MERROW ASSOCIATES, a rosewood and chrome circular dining table, model 342 R, the top with geometric design and white melamine Lazy Susan, standing on four rectangular chrome legs, approximate size diameter 137.5cm x height 72.5cm (condition: showing some minor signs of wear to table top, overall in very good condition, the chrome legs showing some signs of scratches) (CITIES Article 10 Non-Transferable licence No.575287/01) £300 - £400 plus BP* Lot 778 RICHARD YOUNG FOR MERROW ASSOCIATES, a set of four tub chairs, upholstered in lime green vinyl on chrome frames (condition: minor splits to front of armrests and chrome legs showing signs of light scratches) (4) £600 - £650 plus BP*

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12.00noon General Antique & Collectable Valuations of single/selected items Tuesdays 9.30am to 4pm (no appointment necessary) Specialist Themed Valuation Days oriental works of art, books/maps, stamps, sporting memorabilia etc (by appointment only - dates to be announced - see our website) Auction Consignments only (for boxes and large quantities) Monday to Friday 9.30am to 4pm (excluding sale days) (Ample parking and disabled access) Toys, Trains, Dolls & Teddy Valuations Every Tuesday 9.30am to 4.00pm Wine, Whisky & Port Valuations - Every Tuesday 9.30am to 4.00pm Sutton Coldfield Valuation Days The Trinity Centre, Church Hill, Mill St, Sutton Coldfield, B72 1TF *Most Mondays from 2pm to 3.30pm (Check our website for exceptions) (Ample free parking and disabled access) Tamworth Contact us on 01543 251081 for a free home visit At Your Own Home... If you have a large quantity of items or a bulky collection which you are considering selling at auction with us, call us on 01543 251081 to make a free appointment for a Representative to visit you at home to discuss your individual requirements. We can also arrange for the consignment to be collected using our in-house haulage service. FULL/PART ESTATE CLEARANCES We are pleased to advise private individuals, estate agents and solicitors with regards to the clearance of the contents of a property. An area representative will be pleased to meet clients at the property in question and give confidential advice. We have our own fleet of vehicles to assist in the removal process. We can also instruct cleaning professionals should you want the property to be spotless afterwards. WRITTEN VALUATIONS We offer professional written valuations for insurance, probate, tax and family division purposes at attractive rates based on an hourly charge. ANTIQUE TALKS & ONE-OFF VALUATION EVENTS We offer a service whereby we can provide Valuers for ‘antiques talks’ and one-off valuation events. Phone 01543 251081 for further information on this service.

SHIPPING All Lots are available to be packed and shipped by our in house packing service. Once you’ve won your lot, Please contact us for a quote for professionally packed and tracked delivery to your door.


TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE 1. In these conditions Richard Winterton Auctioneers Ltd act only as auctioneers and agents and the representatives of Richard Winterton Auctioneers Ltd conducting the sale is called “Auctioneer”.

10. Richard Winterton Auctioneers Ltd declaim all responsibility for loss or damage of goods or for unauthorised removal of goods unless caused by negligence of their employees.

2. For all purposes of sale the Auctioneer shall be deemed to be the agents of both the vendor and purchaser and may in the case of lots upon which there is a reserve price exercise the right to bid on behalf of the vendor. As agent the Auctioneer cannot be responsible for any default by either the vendor or purchaser.

11. All goods are put up for sale without reserve unless written instructions as to reserve are received by Richard Winterton Auctioneers Ltd prior to the commencement of the sale.

3. The Auctioneer will not be responsible for the correctness of the description, measurement, weight, date, age, genuineness, authenticity, condition or faults of any item, they are believed to be correct but are made as an expression of opinion only, and the lots are sold subject to all faults and errors in description.

13. The purchaser shall pay the hammer price together with the buyers premium of 21% inclusive.

4. The Auctioneer will be pleased to execute bids free of charge for anyone unable to attend the sale on receipt of written instructions. Bids by telephone are accepted only at the senders risk and should be confirmed by letter or fax. 5. The highest bidder is in due time to be the purchaser, and no persons shall retract a bid. The advance on each lot to be determined by the Auctioneer, who reserves the right of refusing any bids and of altering, adding to, dividing, consolidating or withdrawing any lot or lots at the sale or bidding on behalf of the vendor for all goods which are being offered subject to reserve at Auctioneers discretion. Should any dispute or difficulty arise between two or more bidders, the Auctioneer has absolute discretion to settle it or re-offer the lot. 6. Charges for Vendors are per lot and are as follows:- £7 per lot entry fee and 15% thereafter per lot plus VAT 7. Insurance:- All goods will be held insured against the risks of fire, burglary and water damage, for which Richard Winterton Auctioneers Ltd will charge a premium of 1% subject to the Value Added Tax. The value of the goods so covered shall be the gross amount realised, or in the case of unsold lots the best bid, or in the case of withdrawn lots prior to a sale that which the specialised staff of Richard Winterton Auctioneers Ltd shall in their absolute discretion, estimate to be the auction value of the goods.

12. The vendor will duly indemnify Richard Winterton Auctioneers Ltd in connection with any goods sold on the vendors behalf.

14. All lots to be at the sole risk and charge of the purchaser from the fall of the hammer, and such lots to be taken away with all faults, defects and errors in descriptions without any power of dispute, at the risk and expense of the purchaser. No purchaser shall be entitled to remove any lot until payment has been received in full for the lots purchased. 15. Settlement is normally 4-6 weeks post auction less charges, provided we have been paid by the purchaser. VAT is applicable on all services. 16. All categorised lots withdrawn prior to auction will incur a £25 per lot fee or 7.5% of our value, whichever is greater. 17. Expenses:- You agree to pay all costs relating to (1) packing and shipping the lots to the saleroom or returned. ONLINE BIDDING Richard Winterton Fine Art Auctioneers offer an online bidding service via thesaleroom. Com and Easyliveauction for bidders who cannot attend the sale. In completing the bidder registration on www.the-saleroom.com and www.easyliveauction.com providing your credit card details and unless alternative arrangements are agreed with Richard Winterton Fine Art Auctioneers: 1. authorise Richard Winterton Fine Art Auctioneers, if they so wish, to charge the credit card given in part or full payment, including all fees, for items successfully purchased in the auction via thesaleroom.com, and

8. Vendors will be charged for goods left on the premises if the vendor has been requested to remove them and if the goods are not removed within fourteen days of such request. Richard Winterton Auctioneers Ltd reserve the right to sell the goods to defray costs and storage charges.

2. confirm that you are authorised to provide these credit card details to Richard Winterton Fine Art Auctioneers through www.thesaleroom.com and agree that Richard Winterton Fine Art Auctioneers are entitled to ship the goods to the card holder name and card holder address provided in fulfilment of the sale.

9. Richard Winterton Auctioneers Ltd reserve the right to store or arrange the the storage of goods delivered to them for sale either on their own premises or elsewhere at their sole discretion. They exempt themselves from any liability for loss or damage to goods delivered without sufficient sale instructions.

Please note that any lots purchased via the-saleroom.com live auction service will be subject to an additional 6% commission charge + VAT at the rate imposed on the hammer price and easyliveauction with a choice of premium of 3% or flatrate £3.

EXPLANATION OF CATALOGUING TERMS (S.D/A.F) We have identified that the Lot in question has some damage/ faults, (s.d/a.f). This is for guidance only and does not constitute that a Lot is free of damage/faults where no mention is made. (RESTORATIONS) We have identified that the Lot in question in our opinion has some restoration, whether in full or part. This is for guidance only and does not constitute that a Lot is free of restoration where no mention is made. FINE ART (PICTURES, PRINTS & WORKS OF ART) Any statement as to authorship, attribution, origin, date, age, provenance and condition is a statement of our opinion and is not to be taken as a statement of fact. Please read carefully the Terms of Business printed in this catalogue and available upon request. LOWRY, LAURENCE STEPHEN (1887-1976): In our opinion a work by the artist. ATTRIBUTED TO LOWRY, LAURENCE STEPHEN (1887-1976): In our opinion a work by the artists but less certainty as to authorship is expressed than in the above category.

CIRCLE/MANNER/FOLLOWER OF LOWRY, LAURENCE STEPHEN: In our opinion a work by an unidentified hand associated with the artists but not necessarily a pupil or of the period of the artist. All dimensions are given in centimetres of the image only, height before width and are approximate. Pictures are unframed unless otherwise stated. Artists Resale Rights may apply to certain Lots (living and deceased artists within 70 years) that fetch over 1,000 Euros hammer price (approximately £800). In which case a 4% surcharge is payable by the purchaser in addition to the hammer price and buyers’ premium (and if applicable, live bidding fees). WEIGHTS & MEASUREMENTS All weights and measurements quoted in this catalogue are to be regarded as approximate. CLOCKS & WATCHES All clocks and watches are sold as seen and have not been tested for operation. We therefore advise servicing by a suitably qualified horologist. There are no keys, weights or pendulums unless stated in the Lot description.

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Free Valuations Specialist, Jewellery, Toys, Trains, Dolls & Teddies, Coins, Ceramics, Glass, Collectors Items, etc. Every Tuesday 9.30am – 4.00pm The Lichfield Auction Centre, Wood End Lane, Fradley Park, Lichfield, WS13 8NF By Rail Lichfield City is on the cross-city line to Birmingham New Street. Virgin Trains operate high speed services from London Euston (1hr 20mins) and Scotland to Lichfield Trent Valley which is a five minute taxi drive. Contact the National Rail Enquiries line on 08457 484950 or visit www.nationalrail.co.uk for exact train times. By Air Birmingham International and East Midlands Airports are each a 40 minute drive from Lichfield.


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