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Fine

Decorative Arts Sale Wednesday 18th September at 10am


Forthcoming Sale The Library Sale

Tuesday 24th September (sale commences at 12.00noon) To include Books, Maps, Manuscripts, Cigarette & Trade Cards, Postcards & Ephemera, etc Viewing: Saturday 21st September from 9.30am – 12.00noon Monday 23rd September from 9.00am – 4.00pm Tuesday 24th September from 8.30am – 12.00noon


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Fine & Decorative Arts WEDNESDAY 18TH SEPTEMBER 2019 (sale commences at 10.00am)

Viewing: Saturday 14th September 9.30am – 12.00 noon Tuesday 17th September 9.00am – 4.00pm and on the morning of the 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 20 % + 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 £900 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.

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Cover: Lot 353


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ORDER OF SALE Gemstones Jewellery Watches Silver Ceramics & Glass Collectables Works of Art Taxidermy Sporting Guns, Rifles & Accessories Wine, Whisky & Port Pictures Decorative Pictures Furniture Decorative & Design Furniture

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1 – 187 188 – 229 230 – 235 236 – 287 288 – 366 367 – 377 378 – 403 404 – 406 407 – 457 458 - 520 521 – 531 532 – 565 566 – 629 630 – 666


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GEMSTONES


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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 10 NINE ROUND DIAMONDS, to include one old cut, ranging between 0.01ct-0.21ct, approximate combined weight 0.53ct £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 1 Lot 1 THREE OLD EUROPEAN CUT DIAMONDS, ranging between 0.15ct-0.20ct, colour assessed as I-K, clarity assessed as SI2-I1, together with two small brilliant cut diamonds, with an old mine cut diamond set on metal solder, approximate total weight 1.03ct £60 - £90 plus BP* Lot 2 A ROUGH ELONGATED OCTAHEDRAL DIAMOND CRYSTAL, colour assessed as colour M, measuring approximately 7.4mm x 6.4mm x 4.9mm, weighing approximately 1.70cts, visually clean stone with some surface features including trigons and indented naturals £300 - £400 plus BP*

Lot 3 Lot 3 A SINGLE ROUND BRILLIANT CUT DIAMOND, approximately 0.63ct, clarity assessed as SI1-SI2, colour assessed as tinted £300 - £400 plus BP* Lot 4 A SINGLE OLD EUROPEAN CUT DIAMOND, approximately 0.49ct, clarity assessed as I3, colour assessed as I-J £150 - £250 plus BP*

Lot 5 Lot 5 A COLLECTION OF MELEE DIAMONDS, various cuts to include round brilliant and fancy cuts, ranging between 0.01 - 0.07ct, approximately 73 diamonds, approximate combined weight 3.17ct £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 6 Lot 6 FOUR OLD CUT ROUND DIAMONDS, ranging between 0.35ct-0.57ct, approximate combined weight 1.62ct £300 - £400 plus BP* Lot 7 A LARGE COLLECTION OF MELEE DIAMONDS, to include old cuts, round brilliants and fancy cuts, approximate combined weight 13.80ct £700 - £900 plus BP* Lot 8 TWO MARQUISE CUT DIAMONDS, approximate combined weight 0.51ct £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 9 Lot 9 A SINGLE ROUND BRILLIANT CUT DIAMOND, approximately 0.43ct, clarity assessed as SI1-SI2, colour assessed as I-J £150 - £200 plus BP*

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Lot 11 Lot 11 A BRILLIANT CUT DIAMOND, approximately 0.51ct, clarity assessed as VS1-VS2, colour assessed as E-F £600 - £800 plus BP* Lot 12 TWO ROUGH DIAMOND CRYSTALS, weighing a total of 5.40cts £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 13 Lot 13 A SELECTION OF FIVE SAPPHIRES, with mix cut, colours include purple, pink, yellow and green, ranging between 5.5mm4.4mm in diameter, combined weight 4.32ct £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 14 FIVE BLUE SAPPHIRES, of mixed hues, two round mix cut approximately 5.5mm x 6.3mm, one oval mix cut approximately 6.8mm x 5.6mm, total combined weight 4.22ct, deep blue oval, measuring approximately 7mm x 6mm, round mix cut, measuring approximately 4mm, combined weight 1.45ct £70 - £100 plus BP* Lot 15 THREE VERY DEEP BLUE SAPPHIRES, two cushion cut, measuring approximately 7.9mm x 10.01mm, combined weight 6.96ct, one cushion cut, deep blue, measuring approximately 20.5mm x 9.2mm, weighing approximately 5.18ct £180 - £250 plus BP*


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Lot 16 Lot 16 FIVE SAPPHIRES, various shapes, one green cushion mix cut, approximately 10.4mm x 8.1mm, approximately 2.90ct, purple oval mix cut, approximately 8.5mm x 6.5mm, approximately 2.11ct, three very deep blue, mix cushion, elongated oval and emerald cut, combined weight 6.28ct £300 - £400 plus BP* Lot 17 TWO SAPPHIRES, to include one yellow oval mix cut, measuring approximately 20.2mm x 8.1mm, weighing 2.91ct, one lilac cushion cut, measuring approximately 7.0mm x 6.1mm, weighing 1.39ct £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 18 A ROUND MIX CUT PEACH SAPPHIRE, measuring approximately 8.2mm, weighing 2.47ct £120 - £180 plus BP* Lot 19 A SAPPHIRE, mix cushion cut, measuring approximately 9mm x 7.7mm, weighing 2.49ct £250 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 20 Lot 20 A COLLECTION OF SAPPHIRES, to include one faceted sapphire and crystal, a collection ranging between 0.50ct -1.09ct, combined weight of 26.69ct, one rectangle cut, approximately 6.8mm x 5.3mm, weighing 1.53ct (damage to two corners) £300 - £400 plus BP* Lot 21 A SELECTION OF SAPPHIRES, to include a star sapphire cabochon weighing 1.95ct, an oval mix cut deep blue sapphire, measuring 8.1mm x 6.2mm, weighing 1.28ct, a yellow oval, deep cut pavilion, measuring approximately 7.9mm x 6.1mm, weighing 3.10ct £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 22 A ROUND MIX CUT ORANGE SAPPHIRE, measuring approximately 4.1mm in diameter, weighing 0.44ct £20 - £30 plus BP* Lot 23 A SELECTION OF SMALL ROUND MIX CUT SAPPHIRES, deep blue in colour, measuring approximately 2.7mm in diameter, combined total weight 85.77cts £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 24 Lot 24 A SELECTION OF SAPPHIRES, to include four pear cuts, between approximately 2.06ct-3.10ct, also one oval mix cut, measuring approximately 14mm x 7mm, weighing 6.16cts, total combined weight 17.50cts £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 25 A SELECTION OF PEAR CUT SAPPHIRES, deep blue in colour, measuring approximately 4mm x 3mm, total combined weight 18.45cts £180 - £260 plus BP*

Lot 26 Lot 26 A SELECTION OF PEAR CUT SAPPHIRES, ranging between approximately 4mm x 3mm 6mm x 5mm, total combined weight 11.70cts £160 - £200 plus BP*

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

Lot 27 A SELECTION OF OVAL AND PEAR CUT SAPPHIRES, deep blue in colour, oval measuring approximately 3.4mm x 2.7mm 4.1mm x 3.1mm, pear measuring approximately 3mm x 2.2mm 3.1mm x 2.3mm, total combined weight 17.87cts £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 28 A SELECTION OF SMALL SQUARE CUT SAPPHIRES, measuring approximately 1.7mm in diameter, total combined weight 2.87cts £50 - £60 plus BP* Lot 29 TWO OVAL CABOCHON SAPPHIRES, deep blue in colour, one measuring approximately 7mm x 5mm, second measuring approximately 6mm x 5mm, total combined weight 2.14cts £40 - £50 plus BP* Lot 30 A SELECTION OF RECTANGLE CUT SAPPHIRES, measuring approximately 2mm x 1.5mm, total combined weight 3.24cts £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 31 A SELECTION OF MIX CUT SAPPHIRES, to include oval, rectangle, pear, total combined weight 6.37cts £120 - £130 plus BP* Lot 32 A SELECTION OF OCTAGON CUT SAPPHIRES, measuring approximately 3mm x 3mm, total combined weight 2.28cts £50 - £60 plus BP* Lot 33 A SELECTION OF SQUARE CUT SAPPHIRES, measuring approximately 1.1mm - 1.6mm in diameter, total combined weight 14.64cts £220 - £280 plus BP* Lot 34 A SELECTION OF MIX CUT SAPPHIRES, to include oval, cabochons, round, total combined weight 18.56cts £90 - £100 plus BP* Lot 35 A SELECTION OF SQUARE CUT SAPPHIRES, measuring approximately 1.5mm - 2mm in diameter, total combined weight 20.04cts £300 - £400 plus BP* 5


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Lot 36 Lot 36 A SELECTION OF ROUND MIX CUT SAPPHIRES, measuring approximately 2.5mm - 5mm, total combined weight 10.32cts £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 37 A MARQUISE CUT SAPPHIRE, deep blue colour, visible colour banding, measuring approximately 8mm x 6mm, weighing 2.51cts £20 - £30 plus BP* Lot 38 A SELECTION OF MARQUISE CUT SAPPHIRES, measuring approximately 5.1mm x 2.6mm, total combined weight 12.42cts £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 39 Lot 39 A SELECTION OF OVAL AND PEAR CUT SAPPHIRES, oval ranging between 4mm x 3.2mm 7.2mm x 5.2mm, pear cuts ranging between 4.8mm x 4.5mm - 7.2mm x 6.3mm, total combined weight 10.81cts £100 - £120 plus BP* Lot 40 A SELECTION OF FLAT ROUND SAPPHIRE BEADS, measuring approximately 3.1mm to 6.3mm, total combined weight 14.73cts £30 - £50 plus BP* Lot 41 A SELECTION OF OVAL CABOCHON SAPPHIRES, to include an oval cabochon measuring approximately 7.9mm x 6.4mm, a round dome measuring approximately 5.4mm x 5.6mm, total combined weight 9.93cts £50 - £80 plus BP* 6

Lot 42 THREE YELLOW SAPPHIRES, to include two cushion mix cut, weighing 1.15ct- 1.85ct, also one oval mix cut 0.47ct, total combined weight 3.49cts £50 - £60 plus BP* Lot 43 A SELECTION OF FACETED DROP SAPPHIRES, ranging in size between 5.6mm x 3.1mm - 11mm x 6.3mm, pre-drilled, very included, total combined weight 34.25cts £120 - £180 plus BP* Lot 44 A SELECTION OF SQUARE CUT SAPPHIRES, ranging between 2-3.5mm, approximate combined weight 29.18cts £250 - £350 plus BP*

Lot 49 A MIX CUT OVAL RUBY, measuring approximately 7.9mm x 6.5mm, weighing 1.59ct, surface reaching fissure on pavilion £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 50 A SELECTION OF RUBIES, various shapes and sizes, to include an elongated mix cut oval measuring approximately 8.1mm x 6.1mm, weighing 1.70ct, two cushion mix cut measuring approximately 4.9mm x 4.3mm, combined weight 1.11ct, mix cut cushion measuring approximately 5.5mm x 4.9mm, weighing approximately 0.42ct, two emerald cut, one with conchoidal fracture, measuring approximately 4.1mm x 2.1mm, combined weight 0.36ct £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 45 Lot 45 A SELECTION OF SQUARE CUT SAPPHIRES, ranging between 2-3.5mm, approximate combined weight 30.05cts £250 - £350 plus BP* Lot 46 A SELECTION OF SQUARE CUT SAPPHIRES, ranging between 2-3.5mm, approximate combined weight 30.01cts £250 - £350 plus BP* Lot 46A A SELECTION OF SQUARE CUT SAPPHIRES, ranging between 2mm - 3.5mm, approximate combined weight 30.01ct £250 - £350 plus BP* Lot 47 A SELECTION OF SQUARE CUT SAPPHIRES, ranging between 23.5mm, approximate combined weight 30.80cts £250 - £350 plus BP*

Lot 51 Lot 51 A SELECTION OF RUBIES OF VARIOUS SHAPES AND SIZES, to include three cushion cut, ranging between 4.8mm - 6.2mm, combined weight 2.09ct, two pale red mix cut cushion measuring approximately 5.5mm - 5.4mm, combined weight 1.56ct, three small round cut, combined weight 0.21ct £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 48 Lot 48 A MIX CUT CUSHION RUBY, measuring approximately 9.6mm x 8.2mm, weighing 3.39ct, vibrant colour with silk inclusions £600 - £800 plus BP*

Lot 52 A COLLECTION OF THREE RUBIES, to include a star ruby cabochon and two cut rubies with crystals, an oval mix cut measuring approximately 5.9mm x 4.1mm, weighing 0.68ct £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 53 A SELECTION OF MARQUISE RUBIES, measuring approximately 3.6mm x 1.5mm, total combined weight 2.94cts £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 54 A SELECTION OF OVAL CUT RUBIES, measuring approximately 3.1mm x 4.1mm - 6.8mm x 5.0mm, approximate combined weight 12.72cts £300 - £500 plus BP*


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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 55 A SELECTION OF RUBIES, round mixed cut rubies, measuring approximately 0.02ct-0.30ct, approximate combined weight 9.24cts £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 56 A SELECTION OF CABOCHON RUBIES, to include oval measuring approximately 29.0mm x 10.2mm, weighing 8.74ct, pear measuring approximately 27.0mm x 7.8mm, weighing 5.74ct, approximate combined weight 52.98cts £500 - £800 plus BP* Lot 57 A SELECTION OF SMALL ROUND RUBIES, measuring approximately 1.5mm - 2.5mm in diameter, approximate combined weight 28.68cts £400 - £600 plus BP* Lot 58 A SELECTION OF SMALL ROUND RUBIES, measuring approximately 2mm in diameter, approximate combined weight 34.89cts £350 - £450 plus BP* Lot 59 A SELECTION OF SMALL ROUND RUBIES, measuring approximately 2mm in diameter, approximate combined weight 6.70cts £50 - £80 plus BP* Lot 60 A SELECTION OF SMALL ROUND RUBIES, 1.9mm - 3mm in diameter, approximate combined weight 4.21cts £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 61 A SELECTION OF SMALL ROUND CABOCHONS RUBIES, measuring approximately 2.1mm 2.6mm, approximate combined weight 25.83cts £500 - £800 plus BP* Lot 62 TWO CUSHION CUT RUBIES, one measuring 4.9mm x 3.8mm, weighing 0.56ct, second measuring approximately 6.6mm x 5.4mm, 0.75ct, approximate combined weight 1.32cts £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 63 TWO OVAL CABOCHON RUBIES, measuring approximately 9.9mm x 7.5mm, approximate combined weight 6.82cts £250 - £300 plus BP* Lot 64 TWO SQUARE CUT RUBIES, measuring approximately 3.0mm, approximate combined weight 0.32cts £10 - £20 plus BP* Lot 65 A SELECTION OF SMALL SQUARE CUT RUBIES, measuring approximately 1.4mm, approximate combined weight 1.94cts £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 66 TWO CABOCHON RUBIES, to include a marquise cabochon measuring approximately 8.2mm x 4.9mm, weighing 1.40ct, a round cabochon measuring approximately 6mm x 5.3mm, weighing approximately 0.97ct £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 67 A SINGLE MIX CUT PEAR RUBY, measuring approximately 9.5mm x 6.5mm, weighing 2.05ct £70 - £100 plus BP* Lot 68 A SELECTION OF SMALL ROUND RUBIES, measuring approximately 1.5mm in diameter, approximate combined weight 8.76cts £160 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 69 Lot 69 A SELECTION OF VARIOUS SHAPES AND SIZES OF EMERALDS, to include cushion, emerald cut, round, pear cut stones, combined weight 4.13ct, to include a round mix cut emerald 0.45ct, some gemstones possibly paste, composite or synthetic, also to include one emerald cut stone and crystal £20 - £30 plus BP*

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

Lot 70 ONE SQUARE MIX CUT EMERALD, measuring approximately 5.0mm x 5.3mm, weight approximately 0.50ct £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 71 A SELECTION OF ROUND CUT EMERALDS, approximate combined weight 29.41cts £350 - £550 plus BP* Lot 72 A SELECTION OF ROUND CUT EMERALDS, approximate combined weight 29.97cts £350 - £550 plus BP* Lot 73 A SELECTION OF ROUND CUT EMERALDS, approximate combined weight 29.45cts £350 - £550 plus BP*

Lot 74 Lot 74 A SELECTION OF OVAL CUT EMERALDS, measuring approximately 2.3mm - 7.1mm, approximate combined weight 14.45cts £500 - £700 plus BP* Lot 75 A SELECTION OF OVAL CUT EMERALDS, measuring approximately 4.1mm x 3.0mm 7.1mm x 4.9mm, approximate combined weight 14.46cts £500 - £700 plus BP* Lot 76 A SELECTION OF OVAL CUT EMERALDS, measuring approximately 3.9mm x 2.8mm 7.1mm x 5.1mm, approximate combined weight 14.57cts £500 - £700 plus BP*

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Lot 77 Lot 77 A SELECTION OF OVAL CUT EMERALDS, measuring approximately 4.2mm x 3.0mm 7.1mm x 5.1mm, approximate combined weight 14.47cts £500 - £700 plus BP* Lot 78 A SELECTION OF OVAL CUT EMERALDS, measuring approximately 4.0mm x 2.9mm 8.1mm x 5.8mm, approximate combined weight 14.30cts £500 - £700 plus BP* Lot 79 A SELECTION OF OVAL CUT EMERALDS, measuring approximately 4.1mm x 3.2mm 7.9mm x 5.3mm, approximate combined weight 14.45cts £500 - £700 plus BP* Lot 80 A SELECTION OF OVAL CUT EMERALDS, measuring approximately 4.2mm x 3.1mm 7.9mm x 6.0mm, approximate combined weight 14.82cts £500 - £700 plus BP* Lot 81 A SELECTION OF OVAL CUT EMERALDS, measuring approximately 3.5mm x 2.9mm 6.9mm x 5.0mm, approximate combined weight 13.98cts £500 - £700 plus BP* Lot 82 A SELECTION OF SQUARE CUT EMERALDS, measuring approximately 4.3mm x 4.4mm, approximate total combined weight 24.75cts £250 - £300 plus BP*

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Lot 83 Lot 83 A SELECTION OF EMERALDS, to include various cuts, pear, oval, emerald, approximate combined weight 58.12cts £600 - £800 plus BP* Lot 84 A SELECTION OF OVAL CUT EMERALDS, ranging approximately 0.19ct- 1.12ct, approximate combined weight 72.55cts £400 - £600 plus BP*

Lot 89 A SELECTION OF VARIOUS GARNETS OF VARIOUS SIZES AND SHAPES, to include almandine, hessonite garnet varieties, combined weight approximately 43.94ct, some gemstones possibly paste, composite or synthetic £20 - £30 plus BP* Lot 90 A SELECTION OF VARIOUS GARNETS OF NUMEROUS SIZES AND SHAPES, to include ovals, rounds and pear cuts, various garnet varieties and two crystals, approximate combined weight 23.89ct, also a hessonite garnet measuring approximately 12mm x 11mm, weighing 6.34ct £20 - £30 plus BP*

Lot 85 A SELECTION OF EMERALDS, to include oval, round and pear cuts, approximate combined weight 33.18cts £450 - £650 plus BP* Lot 86 A SELECTION OF EMERALDS, to include oval, round and pear cuts, approximate combined weight 34.80cts £450 - £650 plus BP* Lot 87 A SELECTION OF EMERALDS, to include oval, round and pear cuts, approximate combined weight 35.07cts £450 - £650 plus BP*

Lot 88 Lot 88 A SELECTION OF VARIOUS GARNETS OF VARIOUS SIZES AND SHAPES, to include hessonite, almandine and pyrope varieties, combined weight approximately 59.68ct, some gemstones possibly paste, composite or synthetic £20 - £30 plus BP*

Lot 91 Lot 91 A SELECTION OF GREEN GARNETS OF VARIOUS SHAPES AND SIZES, to include square cut, ovals and a round cabochon, combined weight approximately 3.17ct £20 - £30 plus BP* Lot 92 A SELECTION OF BOHEMIAN CABOCHON GARNETS, to include oval, round and pear cuts, 4.1mm - 20mm, approximate combined weight 716.51cts £100 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 93 Lot 93 A LARGE AQUAMARINE ELONGATED MIX CUT CUSHION, weighing 23.09ct, measuring approximately 23.00mm x 15.00mm £150 - £200 plus BP*


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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 94 A SELECTION OF AQUAMARINES OF VARIOUS SHAPES AND SIZES, to include an oval mix cut, measuring approximately 8.00mm x 5.7mm, weighing 1.19ct, a round mix cut approximately 5.6mm in diameter, weighing 0.61ct, a mix cut cushion measuring approximately 8.00mm x 6.6mm, weighing 0.91ct, a rectangle mix cut measuring approximately 7.4mm x 4.9mm, weighing 0.92ct £20 - £30 plus BP* Lot 95 AN ASSORTMENT OF BERYLS, to include heliodor and morganite, large cushion mix cut morganite measuring 17.00mm x 15.00mm, weighing 11.75ct, a round mix cut morganite 7.8mm in diameter, weighing 1.73ct, a pear mix cut morganite measuring 11.01mm x 5.4mm, weighing 1.15ct, a large rectangle cut heliodor measuring approximately 14.03mm x 12.00mm, weighing 11.41ct, an elongated cushion mix cut heliodor measuring approximately 12.06mm x 8.4mm, weighing 4.75ct, emerald cut heliodor measuring approximately 8.1mm x 6.1mm, weighing 1.40ct £180 - £260 plus BP* Lot 96 A SELECTION OF AQUAMARINES, to include various shapes and sizes, oval, round, pear, approximate combined weight 33.07cts £240 - £280 plus BP*

Lot 97 Lot 97 A SELECTION OF AQUAMARINES, to include various shapes and sizes, round, rectangle, pear also moon and diamond cut, approximate combined weight 32.02cts £220 - £260 plus BP*

Lot 98 A SELECTION OF AQUAMARINES, to include various shapes and sizes, elongated oval, round, heart, pear cut, approximate combined weight 33.25cts £240 - £280 plus BP*

Lot 99 Lot 99 A COLLECTION OF TOPAZ OF VARIOUS MIXED CUTS AND SIZES, from 1.36ct - 8.19ct, to include pink, yellow, blue, white, some gemstones possibly paste, composite or synthetic £30 - £40 plus BP* Lot 100 A COLLECTION OF FOUR FIRE OPALS, to include a mix cut oval measuring approximately 14.07mm x 12.05mm, weighing 6.35ct, a mix cut oval measuring approximately 14.02mm x 8.8mm, weighing 3.38ct, an oval cabochon measuring approximately 11.00mm x 9.00mm, weighing 3.22ct, pear mix cut measuring approximately 14mm x 7mm, weighing 2.30ct £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 101 A SELECTION OF THREE WATER OPALS, oval cabochon with matrix base measuring approximately 15.00mm x 6.00mm, weighing 7.84ct, an oval cabochon measuring approximately 10mm x 8.00mm, weighing 1.89ct, one marquise cabochon measuring 15.00mm x 7.00mm, weighing 2.29ct £30 - £40 plus BP*

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

Lot 102 Lot 102 AN OVAL CABOCHON BLACK OPAL, showing flashes of electric blues, greens, orange and yellow colours, measuring approximately 17.00mm x 12.00mm, weighing 4.85ct £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 103 A SELECTION OF THREE PRECIOUS WHITE OPALS, flashes of blues, greens, yellow and orange seen on all, to include two oval cabochons sizes between 2.82ct - 8.42ct and one polished flat slice of opal measuring approximately 26.00mm x 15.00mm, weighing 7.30ct £20 - £30 plus BP* Lot 104 A CARVED ORIENTAL PIECE OF OPAL, showing flashes of blue, green and yellow colours, measuring approximately 53.00mm x 31.00mm, weighing 21.39ct £30 - £40 plus BP*

Lot 105 Lot 105 THREE PIECES OF OPAL, two opal cabochons, pink opal and lace opal, combined weight 26.72ct, one mauve round mix cut opal, weighing 2.09ct £20 - £30 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 106 A COLLECTION OF OPALS, to include precious white cameo, piece of boulder opal, one small cabochon of fire opal and a small collection of precious white opal rounds and ovals with combined weight of 3.12ct, also a large precious white oval cabochon opal, flashes of blues, greens, orange and yellow colours, measuring approximately 24mm x 18mm, weight 17.09ct (condition: please note the large white opal is cracked) £20 - £30 plus BP* Lot 107 A LARGE SELECTION OF QUARTZ OF VARIOUS SIZES AND SHAPES, to include citrine, amethyst, rutilated quartz and cats eye quartz, approximate combined weight 102.88ct £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 108 A SELECTION OF DEEP BLUE SAPPHIRES IN VARIOUS SHAPES AND SIZES, to include approximately one thousand 1mm, combined weight 25.29ct, deep blue oval mix cut, 6mm x 4mm, combined weight 11.16ct, deep blue marquise mix cut, measuring approximately 5mm x 2mm, combined weight 6.02ct, six oval mix cut, measuring approximately 7mm x 9mm, combined weight 18.39ct, also twenty-five synthetic ‘Indian’ rubies, mix cut rounds between 7mm - 10mm, approximate combined weight 60cts £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 109 A SELECTION OF VARIOUS GEMSTONES, to include 256 peridot of various shapes, approximate combined weight 90.82ct, approximately 355 emeralds of various shapes and sizes, approximate combined weight 20.65ct, eight aquamarines, five round mix cut, approximate combined weight 0.61ct, three oval mix cut, approximate combined weight 1.49ct £40 - £60 plus BP*

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Lot 110 Lot 110 A LARGE SELECTION OF VARIOUS GARNETS VARIETIES, to include approximately 195 individual stones of various shapes, ovals, rounds, cushion, cabochon, approximate combined weight 125.97ct £20 - £30 plus BP* Lot 111 A SELECTION OF APPROXIMATELY 105 MOONSTONE CABOCHONS, ranging between 5mm x 10mm, approximate combined weight 158.42ct, together with approximately sixty-one opals of various shapes and sizes, to include precious white and common opals, one large cabochon oval measuring between 22mm x 12mm (some with hairline cracks), approximate combined weight 44.0ct £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 112 A LARGE SELECTION OF VARIOUS GEMSTONES, to include three packets of amethyst of various shapes and sizes, approximate combined weight 9.11ct, two packets of citrine of various shapes and sizes, approximate combined weight 1.71ct, four packets of topaz in various shapes and sizes, approximate combined weight 10.82ct, together with an assortment of tourmaline and green obsidian glass £30 - £40 plus BP* Lot 113 A LARGE COLLECTION OF NONPRECIOUS AND SEMI-PRECIOUS GEMSTONES, to include pearls, turquoise, agates, two large shell cameos measuring approximately 50mm x 47mm, tiger eye, jargoons, etc £70 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 114 A SELECTION OF LOOSE GEMSTONES, to include faceted gems, a round amethyst, a square blue zircon, an oval garnet and a square blue spinel, together with tumble polished agates, quartz, etc £30 - £50 plus BP*

Lot 115 Lot 115 A COLLECTION OF TWENTY ONE VARIOUS SEMI-PRECIOUS GEMSTONES OF NUMEROUS SHAPES AND SIZES, to include spodumene, sphene, modavite, diopside, actinolite and more, approximate combined weight 174.95ct £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 116 A COLLECTION OF TWENTY VARIOUS SEMI-PRECIOUS GEMSTONES OF NUMEROUS SHAPES AND SIZES, to include fluorite, kyanite, spodumene and more, approximate combined weight 111.06ct £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 117 A COLLECTION OF TWENTY ONE VARIOUS SEMI-PRECIOUS GEMSTONES OF NUMEROUS SHAPES AND SIZES, to include actinolite, beryllonite, petalite and more, approximate combined weight 96.45ct £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 118 A MIXED SELECTION OF GEMSTONES CONTAINING FIVE IOLITE GEMSTONES OF VARIOUS SHAPES AND SIZES, oval, square, round and rectangle, with one iolite crystal, ranging between 0.86ct - 6.47ct, combined weight 16.95ct, also one oval mix cut tsavorite garnet measuring approximately 7mm x 5mm, weight 0.80ct £20 - £30 plus BP*


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Lot 119 Lot 119 A LARGE COLLECTION OF SYNTHETIC, COMPOSITE AND PASTE STONES, to include sapphire, ruby, GTD’s, emerald, opal and a spinel boule, approximately 40 stones £20 - £30 plus BP* Lot 120 A LARGE COLLECTION OF GEMSTONES, to include nineteen pieces of various rough crystals, to include morganite, citrine, sapphire, nine packets containing a crystal and faceted example of the same gemstone, to include idocrase, hiddenite, diopside, two examples of watermelon tourmaline £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 121 A BOX OF MIXED GEMS, to include a selection of agate panels, a large faceted rutile quartz, a jade cabochon, four small natural amber cabochons, various other gems, to include quartz, topaz, garnet, coral, etc £50 - £80 plus BP* Lot 122 A LARGE SELECTION OF NONPRECIOUS GEMSTONES, to include c.z’s, synthetic moissanite, paste, cameos, etc £20 - £30 plus BP* Lot 123 A SELECTION OF FACETED LOOSE GEMSTONES, to include a circular aquamarine weighing 0.45ct, a circular peridot weighing 0.22ct, a small rectangular emerald, two small circular emeralds and three small square emeralds, weighing a total of 0.50ct, six small circular rubies weighing a total of 0.45ct, three oval blue sapphires measuring between 6mm and 6.2mm, weighing a total of 1.7cts, two small square sapphires weighing a total of 0.23ct and a packet of small calibre sapphires measuring approximately 1.5mm, weighing a total of 1.09cts £30 - £40 plus BP*

Lot 124 A SELECTION OF LOOSE GEMSTONES, to include a pink scapolite cabochon, zircons, various apatites, sinhalite, feldspar, chatoyant diopside, spinels, fluorite, iolite, idocrase, etc £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 125 Lot 125 A SELECTION OF LOOSE GEMSTONES, to include faceted garnets, opal cabochons, faceted topaz in various colours, amethyst, citrine, smoky quartz and various other quartz, etc £30 - £40 plus BP* Lot 126 A SELECTION OF LOOSE GEMSTONES, to include agate panels including banded agate, spherical shell beads, hematite, sodalite, rhodonite, moonstone, bowenite, a blue john piece, malachite, etc £30 - £40 plus BP*

Lot 127 Lot 127 A SELECTION OF FOUR CHRYSOBERYL GEMSTONES, three oval mix cut, ranging from 0.16ct - 3.98ct, one chatoyant oval green cabochon, measuring approximately 10mm x 6mm, weight 1.95ct £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 128 A COLOUR CHANGE ALEXANDRITE, cushion cut measuring approximately 4mm x 3mm, weighing 0.16ct, daylight colour bright emerald green, incandescent colour purplish blue £50 - £80 plus BP*

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Lot 129 A COLOUR CHANGE ALEXANDRITE, pear cut measuring approximately 7mm x 4mm, weighing 0.45ct, daylight colour mossy green, incandescent colour purplish lilac £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 130 Lot 130 A COLOUR CHANGE ALEXANDRITE, cushion cut measuring approximately 8mm x 6mm, weighing 1.97ct, daylight colour darkish yellowish green, incandescent colour partial reddish-brown £250 - £350 plus BP* Lot 131 A RECTANGLE CUT PERIDOT, measuring approximately 8.1mm x 6.1mm, weighing 1.94ct £10 - £20 plus BP* Lot 132 AN OVAL MIX CUT PERIDOT, measuring approximately 12mm x 8mm, weighing 3.88ct £15 - £20 plus BP* Lot 133 A SELECTION OF PERIDOT GEMSTONES, ranging between 0.10ct - 0.75ct, mix of cuts including oval, round and pear, combined weight 4.14ct £10 - £20 plus BP* Lot 134 A COLLECTION OF SPINELS, to include a large pink mix cut spinel, measuring approximately 14mm x 11mm, weighing 8.55ct, various other shapes and sizes ranging between 0.48ct - 2.39ct (blue spinel possibly synthetic) £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 136 A SET OF TWO PINK TOURMALINE, one mix cut oval, measuring approximately 10.5mm x 7.3mm, weighing 2.61ct, a mix cut triangle measuring approximately 6.9mm, weighing 1.39ct £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 137 A SELECTION OF BI-COLOUR TOURMALINE, showing pink and green colours, an emerald mix cut measuring approximately 21mm x 9.9mm, weighing 7.02ct, mix cut cushion 8.6mm x 6.8mm, weighing 1.86ct, rectangle measuring approximately 10.04mm x 5.3mm, weighing 1.77ct £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 138 AN EMERALD CUT RED TOURMALINE, measuring approximately 12mm x 9.1mm, weighing 5.05ct £50 - £80 plus BP* Lot 139 A SELECTION OF TOURMALINES, including one pear cut golden tourmaline measuring approximately 11.2mm x 6.3mm, weighing 1.53ct, two square mix cut between 7.5mm x 7mm, combined weight 3.51ct £30 - £50 plus BP*

Lot 140 Lot 140 A SELECTION OF PINK TOURMALINES, to include various shapes and sizes, including round, heart cut, pear and oval, also an oval mix cut measuring approximately 10mm x 8.1mm, weighing 2.93ct £30 - £50 plus BP* Lot 141 A LARGE COLLECTION OF GREEN TOURMALINES, ranging in shapes and sizes, ranging from 0.26ct - 6.84ct, including round, rectangle, cabochon, cushion cuts, also two tourmaline crystals £30 - £50 plus BP*

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Lot 142 A SELECTION OF INDICOLITE TOURMALINES, various shapes and sizes, to include a round mix cut, measuring approximately 21mm in diameter, weighing 5.77ct, a mix cut oval measuring approximately 14mm x 10mm, weighing 5.5ct, an emerald cut measuring approximately 9.1mm x 8mm, weighing 2.98ct, two small rounds ranging between 1.09ct - 2.30ct £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 143 THREE CHATOYANT CABOCHON TOURMALINES, two green, one bluish-green, combined weight 16.88ct £30 - £40 plus BP*

Lot 144 Lot 144 A SELECTION OF FACETED LOOSE TOURMALINES, to include a rectangular green tourmaline measuring 9mm x 6.1mm, weighing 2cts, together with nine square green tourmalines measuring approximately 4mm, weighing a total of 2.7cts and selection of small green square tourmalines measuring between 1.9mm and 3mm, weighing a total of 6.9cts £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 145 A LARGE COLLECTION OF FELDSPARS, to include labradorite, orthoclase, sunstone, ranging between 0.79ct - 17.5ct, various shapes including carved labradorite face cabochon, a large oval cabochon moonstone within a white metal collet mount, measuring approximately 38mm x 20mm, weighing 69ct £50 - £80 plus BP* Lot 146 A SELECTION OF ZIRCON GEMSTONES, to include various shapes, sizes and colours, ranging between 0.88ct - 8.34ct, some possibly paste, composite or synthetic £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 147 A SELECTION OF LARGE CABOCHON CUT TANZANITES, of various shapes, round, pear, oval, to include a large rectangle cabochon, measuring approximately 30mm x 15mm, approximate combined weight 271.40cts £1200 - £1800 plus BP*

Lot 148 Lot 148 A SELECTION OF AMETHYST CABOCHONS, ranging between approximately 0.25ct - 3.52ct, total combined weight 110.62cts £30 - £50 plus BP*

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Lot 150

Lot 149 CITRINE TWISTED DROPS, to include two twisted drop citrine beads, measuring approximately 13mm x 10mm, approximate combined weight 24.96cts £10 - £20 plus BP* Lot 150 ROSE QUARTZ FACETED BEAD NECKLACE, comprising approximately 39 beads, graduating in size between 10mm -15mm, length approximately 420mm, approximate combined weight 521.70cts £100 - £200 plus BP* Lot 151 ‘BEER QUARTZ’ OVAL BEAD NECKLACE, comprising approximately 19 beads, graduating in size between approximately 17mm - 24mm, strung on silk cord with adjustable toggle, measuring approximately 410mm, approximate combined weight 435.35cts £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 152 FACETED AMETHYST BEAD NECKLACE, comprising twenty five beads, graduating in size between 8mm - 30mm, necklace length 450mm, approximate combined weight 430.40cts £300 - £400 plus BP*

Lot 153

Lot 153 AMETHYST TWISTED DROP BEADS, briolette shape, comprising eleven beads, strung on 190mm string, beads graduating in size between 20mm - 28mm, approximate combined weight 319.00ct (please note one bead has a conchodial fracture towards point near drill hole) £350 - £450 plus BP* Lot 154 AMETHYST TWISTED DROP BEADS, comprising three beads, measuring approximately 10mm 19mm, approximate combined weight 40.00ct £30 - £50 plus BP* Lot 155 THREE CITRINE EGG BEADS, measuring approximately 19mm, approximate combined weight 59.85ct £50 - £80 plus BP* Lot 156 THREE CITRINE TWISTED BEADS, measuring approximately 17mm, approximate combined weight 52.45cts £50 - £80 plus BP* Lot 157 CITRINE FACETED DROP BEADS, comprising approximately 20 pieces, measuring approximately 9mm x 5mm, combined weight 44.13cts £40 - £60 plus BP*

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Lot 158 CITRINE FACETED DROP BEADS, comprising approximately 8 pieces, measuring approximately 18mm x 7mm, combined total weight 74.95cts £70 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 159 Lot 159 A SELECTION OF CARVED FISH ORNAMENTS, to include a medium sized carved sodalite fish, measuring approximately 13cm x 8cm and medium carved jasper fish, measuring approximately 13cm x 6cm, also four smaller carved fish to include rutile quartz measuring approximately 6cm x 2.5cm, dendritic agate, measuring approximately 7cm x 3.5cm, sodalite measuring approximately 7cm x 3cm and amber 6cm x 2.5cm, also a medium carved angel fish in sodalite measuring approximately 8cm x 8.5cm £50 - £80 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 160 A SELECTION OF FOUR CARVED QUARTZ RABBIT ORNAMENTS, to include rutile quartz and aventurine quartz, measuring approximately 3.5cm x 3cm - 5cm x 4.5cm £10 - £20 plus BP* Lot 161 TWO CARVED CROCODILE ORNAMENTS, rutile quartz and dendritic measuring approximately 8cm long £10 - £20 plus BP* Lot 162 TWO CARVED FISH ORNAMENTS ON WOODEN BASE, in jasper and banded agate, measuring approximately 7cm, wooden base measuring approximately 12.5cm x 3cm £10 - £20 plus BP*

Lot 163 Lot 163 CARVED FLUORITE BIRD, designed as a bird perched on a rough quartz base, fluorite bird with yellow metal feet, measuring approximately 5cm x 8cm £20 - £30 plus BP* Lot 164 A CARVED MALACHITE FLIP CIGARETTE LIGHTER AND ASHTRAY, lighter measuring approximately 6cm x 3cm, ashtray measuring approximately 12cm x 10cm £10 - £20 plus BP* Lot 165 TWO CARVED STONE FLIP CIGARETTE LIGHTERS, one quartz tiger eye and one sodalite, measuring approximately 6cm x 3cm, white and gold plated mechanics £10 - £20 plus BP*

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Lot 167 A ROUGH PIECE OF BOULDER OPAL, large stone split in two, showing flashes of greens, blue and red colours, pieces measuring approximately 5cm x 3.5cm 6.5cm x 3.5cm £10 - £20 plus BP* Lot 168 A CARVED PIECE OF PETRIFIED WOOD DESIGNED AS AN ASHTRAY, measuring approximately 17cm x 6cm £10 - £20 plus BP*

Lot 170 A HAND CARVED ORIENTAL SODALITE PIECE, oriental carving designed into an old man fishing, on top a wooden base, measuring approximately 8.5cm x 6.5cm, base measuring approximately 7.5cm x 2.5cm £10 - £20 plus BP* Lot 171 A SELECTION OF CARVED ITEMS, to include a carved and polished piece of banded agate, measuring approximately 8cm x 6cm x 2cm, white metal and agate carved opening chest, measuring approximately 8.5cm x 4cm, containing a collection of various rough gemstone materials such as quartz, agates £10 - £20 plus BP* Lot 172 ROUGH PIECE OF ENHYDRO AGATE, with a sliced and polished window showing movement of a liquid filled centre, with bands of orange and white, measuring approximately 9.5cm x 4cm £10 - £20 plus BP* Lot 173 A SILVER HINGED OPENING ROCK BOX, with a microquartzcrystalline centre, hallmarked silver Sheffield, dated 1982, approximate weight 46 grams £20 - £30 plus BP*

Lot 169 Lot 169 TWO HAND CARVED DUCK ORNAMENTS, the small duck comprised of various materials such as quartz sat on a moss agate base, measuring approximately 9.5cm x 8cm, the larger fluorite duck measuring approximately 13cm x 6.5cm £40 - £50 plus BP*

Lot 174 Lot 174 A HAND CARVED CARNELIAN ORNAMENTS DESIGNED AS AN ELEPHANT, elephant carved out of banded orange and white agate, with a yellow metal saddle, faint stamp 9ct, measuring approximately 10cm x 7cm £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 166 Lot 166 A SET OF CARVED LABRADORITE ORNAMENTS DESIGNED AS HEDGEHOGS, excellent iridescence present with flashes of blues, green and orange colours on larger piece, with two round ruby set eyes (possibly synthetic), small hedgehog measuring approximately 4.5cm x 3.5cm £30 - £40 plus BP*


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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 175 A SELECTION OF CARVED ANIMALS, to include a carved rhino, assessed as green type jasper, measuring approximately 14cm x 7.5cm, a small carved elephant assessed as amethyst measuring approximately 7.5cm x 4cm (please note this piece has broken trunk), a carved jasper designed as a tortoise, measuring approximately 5cm x 2cm, a hand carved jasper frog, green-yellow spotted jasper, measuring approximately 6.5cm x 4cm, a tiny rose quartz hand carved pig, measuring approximately 2.5cm x 1cm £20 - £30 plus BP* Lot 176 A CARVED FLUORITE TABLE SALT, of shell form, the rim with a gilt metal casting of Neptune and trident with two hippocampi, embellished with sapphires, rubies and pearls (possibly synthetic), upon another carved piece of fluorite embellished with gold plate detail ribboning and emeralds, please note the fluorite contains some cracks, height 20.5cm x width 20cm £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 177 A SMALL HAND CARVED NEPHRITE KIWI BIRD, measuring approximately 4.5cm x 3cm, complete with box stating New Zealand £10 - £20 plus BP* Lot 178 A SELECTION OF SHELLS, ideal for demonstration or display purpose, to include a large south sea gold lip (Pinctada maxima) oyster shell, measuring approximately 25cm x 22cm, three black lip oyster shells, (Pinctada Margaritifera), measuring approximately 12cm x 10.5cm - 13cm x 13cm, fresh water mussel shell, showing baroque attached pearl on inside, a large conch shell with a cameo carving on the front, measuring approximately 15cm x 9cm, Abalone shell measuring approximately 21cm x 16cm and two pieces of red coral £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 184 A DOMINICAN REPUBLIC ROUGH AMBER BOULDER, unpolished measuring approximately 170mm x 120mm x 90mm, weight approximately 836 grams £120 - £180 plus BP*

Lot 179 Lot 179 A DOMINICAN REPUBLIC ROUGH AMBER BOULDER, unpolished measuring approximately 125mm x 90mm x 75mm, weight approximately 511 grams £70 - £100 plus BP* Lot 180 A DOMINICAN REPUBLIC ROUGH AMBER BOULDER, unpolished measuring approximately 130mm x 115mm x 50mm, weight approximately 507 grams £70 - £100 plus BP* Lot 181 A DOMINICAN REPUBLIC ROUGH AMBER BOULDER, unpolished measuring approximately 145mm x 85mm x 95mm, weight approximately 575 grams £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 182 A DOMINICAN REPUBLIC ROUGH AMBER BOULDER, unpolished measuring approximately 165mm x 90mm x 75mm, weight approximately 646 grams £90 - £140 plus BP*

Lot 185 Lot 185 TWO DOMINICAN REPUBLIC ROUGH AMBER BOULDERS, unpolished lengths approximately 120mm and 140mm, total weight 636 grams £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 186 SLICES AND SMALL PIECES OF ROUGH DOMINICAN REPUBLIC AMBER, unpolished, lengths approximately 3mm to 175mm, total weight 517 grams £60 - £90 plus BP* Lot 187A A LATE 19TH CENTURY CASED DIAMOND AND GEMSTONE BALANCE SCALE, fitted with ebonized or polished mahogany glass case with sliding glass panel, together with carat weights 64ct and lower (please note the two smaller weights are missing), the balance may be removed from the case on a slide action drawer, the lower base has a small pull out draw which has two further weights, the balance is also together with a small quantity of loose melee size gemstones £30 - £50 plus BP*

Lot 183 Lot 183 A DOMINICAN REPUBLIC ROUGH AMBER BOULDER, unpolished measuring approximately 190mm x 115mm x 85mm, weight approximately 725 grams £100 - £150 plus BP*

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Lot 187 Lot 187 A FAMOUS DIAMOND REPLICA SET IN ROCK CRYSTAL, each stone intricately cut to replicate the following world-famous diamonds, Great Mogul, Stewart, Tiffany, Southstar, Orlow, Sancy, Eugenie, Cullinan IX, Cullinan V, Cullinan VIII, Polarstar, Shah of Persia, Dresden Green, Star of Afrcia, Cullinan III, Cullinan I, Cullinan IV, Star of Este, Hope, Florentine, English Dresden, Cullinan VI, Cullinan II, Cullinan VII, Pasha of Egypt, Pigott, Koh-i-noor (old form), Koh-j-noor (new form), Jubilee, Nassak and Regent, a wonderful museum display collection, together with the original fitted leather case (condition: please note all tested as quartz with the exception of the three coloured replicas, the Hope, Dresden Green and Tiffany, assessed as synthetic blue spinel and glass) £1500 - £2500 plus BP*

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Lot 188 Lot 188 AN OPAL JEWELLERY COLLECTION, to include a modern 18ct gold opal and diamond pendant, an oval opal cabochon measuring approximately 12.0mm x 9.5mm and three modern round brilliant cut diamonds, estimated weight approximately 0.07ct, together with a 9ct gold fine hayseed link chain, both hallmarked, two long opal set pole pendants (possibly earrings), pear shaped opals, approximate gross weight 8.5 grams £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 189 Lot 189 A MODERN PAIR OF DIAMOND SPRAY STUD EARRINGS, fitted to a post and omega clip fitting, earrings measuring approximately 22mm x 18mm, estimated total diamond weight 0.45ct, import hallmarked 18ct gold, London, approximate gross weight 9.4 grams £200 - £300 plus BP*

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Lot 190 Lot 190 A 18CT GOLD HEAVY ALBERT CHAIN, each stamped ‘18ct’, together with a gold-plated fancy bloodstone fob, a T-bar, partial hallmark for 18ct and a Sampson & Mordon Co retractable pencil, tested as 9ct, personal inscription ‘Guy Dec 11th 1892’, approximate gross weight 83.5 grams £800 - £900 plus BP*

Lot 191 Lot 191 A LATE 20TH CENTURY DIAMOND MARQUISE SHAPE CLUSTER RING, large cluster head measuring approximately 29.9mm x 13.9mm, estimated total modern round brilliant cut weight 3.10ct, colour assessed as SI1-I1, ring size K 1/2, hallmarked 18ct gold, Birmingham, approximate gross weight 6.7 grams £600 - £800 plus BP*

Lot 192 Lot 192 A LATE 20TH CENTURY FIRE OPAL DRESS RING, centring on an oval mixed cut fire opal, measuring approximately 11.0mm x 8.7mm, flanked by two trefoils of modern round brilliant cut diamonds, estimated modern round brilliant cut weight 0.30ct, ring size J 1/2, hallmarked 18ct gold, approximate gross weight 4.2 grams £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 193 Lot 193 A LATE 20TH CENTURY PINKISH/BROWN TOPAZ AND DIAMOND PEAR SHAPE CLUSTER RING, topaz measuring approximately 10mm x 4.8mm, estimated total diamond weight 0.45ct, ring size J 1/2 £100 - £150 plus BP*


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Lot 194 Lot 194 A MODERN LARGE TANZANITE AND DIAMOND OVAL CLUSTER RING, tanzanite measuring approximately 14.3mm x 11.0mm, estimated weight 5.20ct, estimated modern round brilliant cut weight 0.54ct, colour assessed as I-J, clarity assessed as SI2-2, ring size Q, approximate gross weight 6.4 grams £500 - £700 plus BP*

Lot 195 Lot 195 A MODERN PAIR OF DIAMOND LINE DROP EARRINGS, measuring approximately 45mm in length, estimated diamond weight 0.96ct, colour assessed as H-I, clarity assessed as SI2-I2, stamped ‘14k’, approximate gross weight 5.2 grams (condition: the thread on one screw post is worn) £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 197 Lot 197 A MODERN DIAMOND AND BLUE ZIRCON DRESS RING, comprised four gold bands rub over set with one oval mixed blue zircon measuring approximately 7.0mm x 5.0mm, four modern round brilliant cut diamonds, estimated diamond weight 0.64ct, colour assessed as H-I, clarity SI12, ring size approximately I 1/2, this ring has a clip inserted, approximate gross weight 10.3 grams £300 - £400 plus BP*

Lot 199 Lot 199 A MODERN 18CT GOLD ABSTRACT DIAMOND PENDANT, an oval twist wire design, comprised eight old European cut diamonds ranging from 2.6mm to a maximum of 5.1mm in diameter, estimated total diamond weight 1.70ct, colour assessed as G-H, clarity assessed as SI1-I2, hallmarked 18ct gold, Birmingham, approximate gross weight 10.8 grams £500 - £700 plus BP*

Lot 198 Lot 198 A MODERN DIAMOND CENTRE PIECE NECKLET, comprised two tapering panel sections with a central double ‘C’ diamond section, estimated single cut diamond weight 0.18ct, fitted in a fixed position to a fancy double link chain, measuring approximately 420mm in length, stamped ‘750’ and Italian control marks, approximate gross weight 8.3 grams £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 200 Lot 200 A MODERN DIAMOND AND GREEN TOURMALINE LARGE CROSS PENDANT, centring on a long rectangular tourmaline measuring approximately 45.0mm x 10.0mm, estimated modern round brilliant cut weight 0.24ct, together with a fine venetian box link chain measuring approximately 420mm in length, Italian control marks for 18ct gold, approximate gross weight 17.6 grams £400 - £600 plus BP*

Lot 196 Lot 196 A CONTINENTAL GARNET SET NECKLET, fringe design with assorted size garnets, cut down foil back settings, fitted to a fine trace link chain and large bolt ring, stamped ‘9kt’, approximate gross weight 4.6 grams £200 - £300 plus BP*

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Lot 201 Lot 201 A TURQUOISE GUARD CHAIN, measuring approximately 1400mm in length, comprised oval greenish oval turquoises intersected with trace link chain sections, stamped ‘9c’, fitted to a later replacement bolt ring, approximate gross weight 18.6 grams £250 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 202 Lot 202 A MID TO LATE 20TH CENTURY PAIR OF RUBY AND DIAMOND ROUND CLUSTER EARRINGS, measuring approximately 16.1mm in diameter, screw post fittings, estimated total diamond weight 1.20ct, centre diamond approximately 0.23ct, colour assessed as F-G, clarity assessed as SI1-SI2, approximate gross weight 8.9 grams £300 - £400 plus BP*

Lot 203 Lot 203 A GOLD EARLY 20TH CENTURY FINE BLACK OPAL AND DIAMOND RING, centring on an oval black oval, measuring 11mm x 8.0mm, good play of colour, showing predominantly bright orange/red and electric bluish green colours, fifteen old mine cut diamonds, estimated weight 0.90ct, colour assessed as J-K, clarity assessed as I1, ring size S, approximate gross weight 4.8 grams (condition: please note there is a small chip to the girdle of the opal and there are some minor surface scratches) £600 - £800 plus BP*

Lot 204 Lot 204 A LATE VICTORIAN DIAMOND CLUSTER NECKLET, comprised round clusters graduating in size of old European cut diamonds in silver cut down collets, interspaced by diamond set chain sections, measuring approximately 460mm in length, estimated total diamond weight 14.4ct, colour assessed as H-I, clarity assessed as SI1-I1, together with original fitted case, approximate gross weight 21.9 grams (condition: this necklet in good condition, please note the chain at the back is a later addition and then necklet would have had a diamond drop pendant from the central cluster which is deficient) £4000 - £6000 plus BP* 20


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Lot 205 Lot 205 A MID 20TH CENTURY PAIR OF RUBY AND DIAMOND EARRINGS, floral design with scroll detail, measuring approximately 25.0mm x 22.0mm, estimated total diamond weight approximately 0.15ct, post and hinge fittings, approximate gross weight 6.9 grams £250 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 206 Lot 206 A MODERN DIAMOND SET CROSS, measuring approximately 40mm x 23mm, estimated total diamond weight 2.00ct, colour assessed as tinted, clarity assessed as I1, stamped ‘375, 2.00’, approximate gross weight 2.7 grams £250 - £350 plus BP*

Lot 209 Lot 209 A MODERN CHIAMPESAN 18CT GOLD LONG NECKLET, measuring approximately 900mm in length, sections of oval textured links, intersected by marquise cut gem set panels, alternating blue topaz, smoky quartz, citrine and rose quartz, hallmarked 18ct gold, Sheffield, approximate gross weight 25.2 grams £600 - £800 plus BP*

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Lot 207 Lot 207 A MODERN EMERALD AND DIAMOND SQUARE CLUSTER RING, square emerald cut emerald measuring approximately 8.0mm in diameter, calculated weight 1.45ct, estimated total diamond weight 0.96ct, colour assessed as H-I, clarity assessed as SI1-SI2, ring size K 1/2, approximate gross weight 4.7 grams £300 - £500 plus BP*

Lot 208 Lot 208 AN EARLY TO MID 20TH CENTURY SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BOMBE STYLE RING, centring on an early brilliant cut diamond rub over set, estimated weight 1.01ct, colour assessed as J-K, clarity assessed as VS1-VS2, flanked by two round mixed cut blue sapphires measuring approximately 5.0mm in diameter, enclosed within a border of smaller single cut and Swiss cut diamonds, smaller weight totalling 0.75ct, ring size N, aprpoximate gross weight 5.2 grams £700 - £900 plus BP*

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Lot 212 Lot 212 AN EDWARDIAN 18CT GOLD OPAL AND DIAMOND HALF HOOP RING, three oval opal cabochons measuring approximately 8.0mm x 5.00mm, four old mine diamond points, approximately 0.08ct in total, ring size N 1/2, hallmarked 18ct gold, Birmingham 1902, makers mark illegible, approximate gross weight 5.4 grams (please note there is some slight table wear to the opals) £250 - £350 plus BP*

Lot 210 Lot 210 A MODERN DIAMOND TRILOGY PENDANT, together with a spectacle diamond set trace link chain, chain measuring 420mm in length, estimated overall diamond weight 1.95ct (largest diamond estimated 0.50ct), overall colour assessed as G-H, clarity assessed VS2-SI1, stamped ‘750’, approximate gross weight 4.9 grams £1000 - £1200 plus BP*

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Lot 211 Lot 211 A LATE 20TH CENTURY FOUR STONE DIAMOND RING, estimated total diamond weight 0.35ct, colour assessed as H-I, clarity assessed as VS2-SI1, ring size approximately J, stamped ‘18ct’, approximate gross weight 1.9 grams £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 213 Lot 213 A VICTORIAN 18CT GOLD DIAMOND BUCKLE RING, an old Swiss cut diamond, estimated weight 0.05ct, ring size Q, hallmarked 18ct gold, Birmingham 1888, makers mark D & F (Deakin and Francis), approximate gross weight 5.3 grams £200 - £300 plus BP*


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Lot 214 Lot 214 A LATE 20TH CENTURY 22CT GOLD WEDDING BAND, plain polished with a bead edge, measuring approximately 6.0mm in width, hallmarked 22ct, London, approximate gross weight 6.9 grams £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 215 A LARGE CULTURED PEARL CROSS, measuring approximately 72mm x 41mm to include the bail, together with a heavy mesh style chain, fitted to swivel style clasp, unmarked tested as approximately 15ct gold, approximate gross weight 53.2 grams (condition: please note the chain is broken) £800 - £1200 plus BP*

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Lot 216 Lot 216 A LATE VICTORIAN GOLD TURQUOISE BROOCH, four turquoise stones oval and pear shape cabochons, within a fancy scroll wire work mount, measuring approximately 31mm in length, base metal pin, together with a later fitted safety chain, approximate gross weight 10.0 grams £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 217

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Lot 217 A MODERN ROSE ‘ROSATO’ PENDANT AND EARRING SET, each comprised of circular pierced fancy discs, earrings measuring 70.0mm in length, post and omega clip fittings, pendant fitted in fixed position to a trace link chain, measuring 380mm in length, Italian control marks for 18ct gold, approximate gross weight 13.0 grams £250 - £350 plus BP*

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Lot 218 Lot 218 A VICTORIAN HAIR BROOCH, centring on initials C.P., enclosed within an intricate woven white hair section, decorated with textured foliate and floral detail, pin and plain hook fastener, measuring approximately 60.0mm, circa 1860, approximate gross weight 5.7 grams (condition: please note the brooch has a scroll finial missing to the reverse. under the hair section and there is a very small hole to one of the hair sections visible from the reverse) £150 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 219 Lot 219 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY 9CT GOLD SWIVEL FOB AND ALBERT CHAIN, swivel fob with blood stone and carnelian panels link design grip, suspended from a fancy link Albert chain with T-bar and lobster claw clasp to each terminal, length approximately 355mm, approximate gross weight 38 grams £350 - £450 plus BP*

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Lot 220 Lot 220 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY DIAMOND DRESS RING, comprised six old Swiss cut diamonds measuring from 4.0mm - 5.00mm, together with diamond rose cut points, carved scroll sides and shoulders, overall estimated weight 1.80ct, colour assessed as H-I, clarity assessed as SI1-2, ring size N, approximate gross weight 4.7 grams (condition: please note some of the diamonds have small chips to the facet edges and the claws are worn) £1200 - £1800 plus BP*

Lot 222 Lot 222 A LATE VICTORIAN 18CT GOLD SPLIT PEARL AND DIAMOND BAND RING, scroll detail sides, estimated old cut weight 0.20ct, ring size K, hallmarked 18ct gold, Birmingham 1886, makers mark J.S, approximate gross weight 5.3 grams £150 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 223 Lot 223 AN EDWARDIAN 18CT GOLD SAPPHIRE HALF HOOP RING, ring size O, hallmarked 18ct gold, Birmingham 1904, makers mark ‘J.A & S’, approximate gross weight 4.1 grams £120 - £180 plus BP* Lot 221 Lot 221 A VICTORIAN FANCY SINGLE ALBERT CHAIN, together with a black ribbon fob, suspending a gold-plated carnelian fancy scroll seal fob, Albert chain and the fittings to the ribbon fob stamped ‘18c’, approximate gross weight 51.6 grams (condition: please note the fob is assessed as gold plated along with one of the swivel clasps) £600 - £700 plus BP*

Lot 224 Lot 224 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY GOLD PEARL AND ENAMEL BROOCH PENDANT, circular shape, centring on a flower pearl cluster, decorated in white and green enamel, measuring approximately 25mm in diameter, may be worn as a brooch or a pendant, approximate gross weight 8.1 grams £250 - £350 plus BP*


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Lot 225 Lot 225 A MID TO LATE 20TH CENTURY DIAMOND LINE BRACELET, measuring approximately 180mm in length, each modern round brilliant cut diamond measuring approximately 4.0mm in diameter, estimated total diamond weight 8.0ct, average colour G-H, clarity SI1-2, each diamond claw set within a square setting, concealed box clasp with a fold over safety catch (condition: please note two diamonds are badly chipped and there appears to be remnants of glue on a few of the diamonds, stamped ‘10%irid.pla’, approximate gross weight 23.9 grams £3000 - £4000 plus BP*

Lot 226 Lot 226 A MODERN 18CT DIAMOND AND SAPPHIRE OVAL CLUSTER RING, centring on an oval blue sapphire measuring approximately 8.7mm x 6.5mm, estimated modern round brilliant cut weight 1.50ct, colour assessed as G-H, clarity assessed as VS2-SI1, ring size P, hallmarked 18ct, London, sponsor mark A.J.W., approximate gross weight 5.0 grams £500 - £700 plus BP*

Lot 227 Lot 227 AN 18CT GOLD THREE STONE OLD CUT DIAMOND RING, diamonds measuring between 6.4mm to 6.2mm in diameter, centre calculated weight 1.00ct each, estimated overall diamond weight 3.16ct, colour assessed as H-I, clarity assessed as VS2-SI1, ring size O, later hallmarked (or replacement shank), 18ct gold, Birmingham, sponsor ‘C-R’, approximate gross weight 3.8 grams £6000 - £8000 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 228 A VICTORIAN NATURAL PEARL STICK PIN, measuring approximately 63mm in length, accompanied with a pearl identification report from Gemmological Certificate Services, the report states the pearl to be ‘Natural Seawater’, measuring approximately 8.9mm x 7.7mm x 6.6mm, approximate gross weight 1.8 grams £200 - £300 plus BP*

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Lot 229 Lot 229 AN EARLY TO MID 20TH CENTURY LARGE DIAMOND SINGLE STONE RING, a transitional brilliant cut diamond accompanied by a diamond grading report from Gemmological Certification Services, the report states the diamond estimated weight 2.7ct (graded in the mount), colour assessed as K-L, clarity assessed as VS1-VS2, six old single cut diamonds to the shoulders, estimated smaller weight 0.06ct, assessed as platinum, ring size P, approximate gross weight 5.4 grams £6500 - £8500 plus BP*

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Lot 230 Lot 230 A LATE 20TH CENTURY LADIES ROLEX WRISTWATCH, the two tone 26mm case, Datejust with champagne diamond dot dial, model number 69173, serial number x721762, correlating the year of manufacture to be 1991, together with the original Rolex Jubilee bracelet (please note this watch has a later added ‘Non-Rolex’ diamond bezel, watch is currently running, timekeeping and accuracy untested), approximate gross weight 54.1 grams £2000 - £3000 plus BP* Lot 231

Lot 231 AN 18CT GOLD BEUCHE GIROD LADIES WRISTWATCH, lozenge shaped case, measuring approximately 27mm x 24mm, gold dial with black baton hour markers and hands, mechanical hand wound movement, fitted to the original open lozenge panel link, both bracelet and case textured bark finish, watch measuring approximately 180mm in length, hallmarked 18ct gold, London 1969, approximate gross weight 75.8 grams (condition: watch is working and running, however the button is unsecure, timekeeping and accuracy untested and not guaranteed) £1300 - £1800 plus BP*

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Lot 232 Lot 232 A VICTORIAN SILVER CASED POCKET WATCH BY JOHN DONEGAN OF DUBLIN, the white enamel dial with subsidiary seconds dial, the signed fusee movement numbered 12434, the silver case also numbered and hallmarked for Dublin 1865, diameter 4.5cm, with a winding key (condition: dial has cracks to the enamel between ‘V’ and ‘VIII’, also slightly stained, engine turned back is heavily worn) £180 - £220 plus BP*


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Lot 233 Lot 233 A GENTS ROLEX GMT-MASTER, in stainless steel, model number 1675, black dial signed Rolex Oyster Perpetual GMT-MASTER, fuchsia and blue bezel, case measuring approximately 40mm in diameter, serial number 1219792, circa 1966, automatic movement, Mercedes style hands and mixed luminous hour markers, together with the original Jubilee steel bracelet, this Rolex is together with a Rolex case (not the original to the watch, bezel colour is due to fading, case back has not been re-sealed after inspection), approximate gross weight 96.1 grams £11000 - £14000 plus BP*

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Lot 234 Lot 234 A GENTS ROLEX OYSTER PERPETUAL DATEJUST STAINLESS STEEL WRISTWATCH, model 6605, circa 1959, serial number, worn case measuring approximately 36mm, Swiss made Rolex movement, 25 jewel calibre 1065, movement number N750756, champagne dial, gold colour baton, gold tapering hands, date window at 3 o’clock position, cyclops lens, watch is running, time keeping untested, case back loose, fitted to a later military black leather strap £1200 - £1400 plus BP*

Lot 235 AN ART DECO 18CT GOLD DIAMOND AND SAPPHIRE COCKTAIL WATCH, the rectangular white dial with black Arabic numerals, scrolling and beaded milgrain detail to the case, set with eight diamonds and four sapphires, to the black leather cord strap, mechanical hand wound movement, case back stamped 18k, gross weight 12.5 grams £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 235

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Lot 236 Lot 236 A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN SILVER VASES, of urn form, crimped rims above repousse wrythen and foliate scroll decoration, circular foot, makers Fenton Brothers Ltd, Sheffield 1898, height approximately 13cm, approximate weight 8.7ozt, 270 grams (2) (condition: one vase has mishapen foot and rocks on a level surface, the other doesn’t sit flat on a level surface) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 237 A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER THREE PIECE TEASET, of lobed circular form with engraved cartouches and scrolls, engraved initials EMH, wicker covered handle and treen finial to teapot, milk and sugar with worn gilt interiors, circular foot rim, makers Elkington & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1898, approximate weight 40.3ozt, 1254 grams (3) (condition: all three pieces engraved with initials, teapot lid is not sitting absolutely flush in the opening, wicker handle has minor losses and a dent in the engraved area, the milk jug has three dents, the sugar bowl has small dents to the interior where the handles join the body, worn gilding to interiors) £300 - £500 plus BP*

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Lot 237 Lot 238 A SMALL PARCEL OF 19TH CENTURY SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN FLATWARE, including a basting spoon, maker James Beebe, London 1840, a pair of George IV tablespoons, makers John, Henry & Charles Lias, London 1828, another Victorian tablespoon, maker Charles Lias, London 1838 and a Victorian dessert spoon, maker William Robert Smily, London 1854, etc, approximate gross weight 15.5ozt, 484 grams (10) (condition: all pieces are engraved with an initial(s) or monogram, evidence of use as some bowl tips are slightly worn, one bowl creased) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 239 AN ELIZABETH II SILVER CONCERTINA ACTION SEVEN BAR TOAST RACK, scrolled wire handle and arched dividers, on five bun feet, maker JCL, London 1990, approximate weight 5.6ozt, 174 grams, together with a George III silver bright cut caddy spoon, engraved initials, damaged bowl, maker Thomas Wallis II, London 1793, a pair of Victorian silver Kings pattern sugar tongs, engraved initial, maker Charles Wallis, London 1852, two other pairs of silver sugar tongs, etc, various makers and dates, approximate gross weight of weighable silver excluding toast rack 5.1ozt, 161 grams (parcel) (condition: caddy spoon bowl has splits either side of handle, most pieces engraved with initials, generally reasonable condition overall) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 240 A SET OF FIVE VICTORIAN SCOTTISH SILVER QUEENS PATTERN TEASPOONS, engraved initials, makers J & W Mitchell, Glasgow 1837, a set of late Victorian silver teaspoons, engraved initial, makers Wakely & Wheeler, London 1898, a cased set of six George VI silver Rat Tail coffee spoons, a pair of Edwardian silver Rat Tail teaspoons, maker Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater, etc approximate gross weight 11.6ozt, 362 grams (parcel) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 241 TWO GEORGE III SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLESPOONS, engraved initials, maker Thomas Wallis II, London 1793 and 1797, a George III silver bright cut teaspoon, engraved initial, makers Peter, Ann & William Bateman, two George IV condiment spoons, two other silver teaspoons and a Norwegian silver pickle fork with damaged enamel to the handle, together with three mother of pearl handled folding silver fruit knives, another with silver blade and handle and two other mother of pearl handled pocket knives with steel blades, approximate gross weight of weighable silver 4.5ozt, 140 grams (condition: mixed condition overall, generally used, the two steel blades knives both have cracked mother of pearl handles and one of the silver fruit knives has a cracked mother of pearl handle) £60 - £80 plus BP*


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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 242 A PARCEL OF SILVER, to include a late Victorian belt buckle, of shaped rectangular form, pierced foliate scroll decoration, makers Levi & Salaman Birmingham 1894, an Edwardian silver rectangular dressing table tray, blind cartouche, repousse decorated with foliate scrolls and flower heads, makers Robert Pringle & Sons, London 1904, 26cm x 20cm, an Elizabeth II silver waiter of circular form, bears presentation inscription, maker J.P, Birmingham 1963, together with Victorian silver part sets of teaspoons, two silver thimbles, a posy vase with loaded base and a pierced bon bon dish, various makers and dates, approximate gross weight of weighable silver 23.8ozt, 741 grams (condition: mixed condition, thimbles have holes in the tips, waiter and tray heavily tarnished but in reasonable order, buckle appears in good condition, spoons in slightly used to worn condition) £180 - £220 plus BP*

Lot 243 Lot 243 A GEORGE V SILVER HOT WATER JUG AND MATCHING TWIN HANDLED SUGAR BOWL, shaped rectangular rims with shell and scroll corners above an oval stop reeded body, on four ball feet, water jug with bakelite fittings, makers J.W. Benson Ltd, London 1934, approximate gross weight 32.2ozt, 1001 grams (2) (condition: both pieces sit level on a flat surface, sugar bowl retains a fair amount of gilding, some surface scratches, no signs of dents or dints) £250 - £300 plus BP* Lot 244 A GEORGE V SILVER CIRCULAR BON BON DISH, beaded rim above a border pierced with foliate scrolls and panelled base, on four open scroll cabriole legs, makers S & Co, Birmingham 1923, diameter 11cm x height 4.5cm, a George V silver oval sauce boat with wavy rim, ‘C’ scroll handle, on three cabriole legs, makers Viner’s Ltd, Sheffield 1936, an Elizabeth II Art Deco style silver sugar caster, maker Sanders & Mackenzie, Birmingham 1968, height 14cm and a twin handled sugar bowl, marks rubbed, possibly Birmingham 1903, approximate gross weight 12ozt, 375 grams (4) (condition: caster has a dent towards the base, sugar bowl has rubbed marks) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 245 A PARCEL OF SILVER TOPPED GLASS TOILET JARS, including a hair pin tidy, various makers and dates, a George V silver shaped square three piece cruet set with one matching spoon, blue glass liners to salt and mustard, makers Walker & Hall, Birmingham 1933, a George III Old English pattern sifter spoon, makers George Smith (II) and Thomas Hayter, London 1804, etc, approximate gross weight of weighable silver 8.1ozt, 254 grams and a set of six late 19th Century Austro-Hungarian .800 standard hourglass pattern teaspoons and a matching sauce ladle, bears article mark and maker’s initials T.D, approximate weight 193 grams (parcel) (condition: mixed condition, some pieces with rubbed marks, signs of use, some glass chipped) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 246 Lot 246 A GEORGE V SILVER FOUR PIECE TEASET, of circular form, comprising teapot, hot water jug, twin handled sugar and milk, bead and reel rims, ebony fitments to teapot and hot water jug, makers Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1924/25, approximate gross weight 45.7ozt, 1423 grams (4) (condition: overall condition is that the set is well used, teapot interior is tea stained, surface scratches, especially to the interiors of the milk jug and sugar bowl, sugar bowl has several dints and a shallow dent, milk jug has a number of dints, teapot spout has a small split as well as several dints and a dent, the hot water jug is in similar condition) £350 - £450 plus BP* Lot 247 A VICTORIAN SILVER TWIN HANDLED DOUBLE LIPPED SAUCE BOAT, of shaped rectangular form with wavy rim, on a stepped oval base, makers S. Smith & Son (Stephen Smith), London 1885, length lip to lip 20cm, approximate weight 11.7ozt, 365 grams (condition: sits level on a flat surface, surface scratches, one handle has a black rough patch, similar patch around foot rim £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 248 A VICTORIAN SILVER CREAM JUG, of baluster form, ‘S’ scroll handle, stepped circular foot, makers Richard Pearce & George Burrows, London 1839, approximate weight 4.3ozt, 133 grams, together with a George V silver sauce boat of panelled oval form, scroll over handle, banded rim, oval foot, makers Adie Brothers Ltd, Birmingham 1925, approximate weight 5.8ozt, 181 grams, and a George VI silver bottle coaster, turned wooden inset, horizontal bands to rims, baize to underside, maker’s mark rubbed, London 1942, diameter 13.2cm (3) (condition: the cream jug has an oval let in to one side just below the rim, also has a number of small dents, especially around the belly, the sauce boat has a scratched and worn interior, several dints, the coaster with wooden insert has a gap to the silver in places) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 249 A LATE 18TH CENTURY IRISH SILVER BOTTLE COASTER, beaded rim above pierced border of leaves either side of vertical bands linked by oval roundels, turned mahogany inset base with baize to underside, maker CH, possibly Christopher Haines, Dublin, no date letter, diameter 13cm (condition: rim is slightly mishapen, scratch to wooden base and chipped to underside, baize is a replacement) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 250 Lot 250 A LATE 19TH CENTURY CHINESE SILVER CREAM JUG, of rounded form, bamboo style handle, the body with embossed and engraved scenes of figures working in landscapes, maker’s initials IW? and two character mark to base, height 7cm, approximate weight 198 grams (condition: marks slightly indistinct, scratch to underside, some gilding remains to interior, dent to body under spout) £100 - £150 plus BP*

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Lot 251 A SET OF NINE VICTORIAN IRISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TEASPOONS, engraved with a griffin head crest, initials engraved to back of a handle just above the bowl, maker P.W. possibly Peter Walsh or Philip Weekes, Dublin 1843, approximate weight 8.4ozt, 262 grams (9) (condition: marks crisp, bowls are used, some with dints, the tips with varying amounts of wear) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 252 A SET OF SIXTEEN GEORGE III SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN DESSERT SPOONS, engraved initials, maker Samuel Neville, Dublin 1804, approximate weight 16.8ozt, 523 grams (16) (condition: overall good condition, some maker’s marks are slightly rubbed) £280 - £320 plus BP* Lot 253 A MATCHED SET OF SIX 19TH CENTURY FIDDLE PATTERN DESSERT FORKS WITH IDENTICAL CRESTS OF A GOAT, comprising two Samuel Neville, Dublin 1818, three West & Son, Dublin 1894 and one William Eley & William Fearn, London 1822, approximate weight 7.6ozt, 238 grams (6) (condition: tine tips have varying amounts of wear, all marks are generally crisp) £150 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 254 Lot 254 A SET OF SIX GEORGE II SILVER BOTTOM MARKED OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLESPOONS, maker Philip Roker II, London 1743, approximate weight 14.4ozt, 450 grams (6) (condition: bowl tips are in good order with small amounts of wear, initials or crests erased from handles, hallmarks fairly clear) £300 - £350 plus BP* Lot 255 A GEORGE VI SILVER RECTANGULAR TWIN HANDLED DISH, with white bakelite cylindrical handles, the dish with stepped interior and engraved presentation inscription, on four scrolled feet, maker probably William Walter Cashmore, Birmingham 1937, length 30cm, handle to handle x width 16.5cm x height 6.8cm, approximate gross weight 19.2ozt, 598 grams (condition: sits level on a flat surface, engraved inscription to centre of dish, marks clear, light surface scratches, but no sign of dents or repairs) £150 - £200 plus BP*


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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 256 A VICTORIAN SILVER SCALLOP SHELL SHAPED BUTTER DISH, handle section with gadrooned rim and engraved crest and motto to flattened area, on three shell shaped feet, makers mark partially rubbed, * G in an oval, London 1883, approximate weight 5.1ozt, 161 grams, together with an Edwardian silver twin handled sugar bowl of oval form, angular handles, stop reeded body, marks partially erased Henry Moreton, Birmingham 1909, approximate weight 8.7ozt, 272 grams (2) (condition: shell shaped dish has rubbed crest and partially rubbed hallmarks, light surface scratches, sugar bowl has partially rubbed hallmarks, small dent under one handle above reeding) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 257 A GEORGE III SILVER BARREL SHAPED VINAIGRETTE, screw off cover, pull off pierced grille, bears maker’s mark only to inside of base and cover S.M., possibly Samuel Meriton II, height 3.6cm x max diameter 2.6cm, approximate weight 0.76ozt, 23 grams (condition: several dents to the plain band around the barrel’s middle, smaller dints to the top and bottom surfaces, grille fits tightly to base) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 258 A LATE WILLIAM IV SILVER VINAIGRETTE BY NATHANIEL MILLS, of rectangular form with tartan/cross hatched engraved decoration, the cartouche engraved with initials, hinged cover, gilt interior with foliate scroll pierced grille, broken hinge, Birmingham 1837, approximately 3.5cm x 2.6cm x 0.9cm, approximate weight 0.77ozt, 23 grams (condition: grille hinge broken, interior gilding tarnished in places, exterior decoration has wear as well as some deeper scratches to the back) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 259 Lot 259 A GEORGE V SILVER WAITER, of circular form, pie crust edge, engraved ‘D’ to centre, on four short cabriole legs with hoof feet, the underside with presentation inscription, makers Barker Brothers, Chester 1912, diameter 20.5cm, approximate weight 11ozt, 342 grams, together with a late Victorian silver twin handled double lipped cream jug of baluster form, gilt interior, maker Samuel Walton Smith, London 1897, height 7.3cm, approximate weight 5.3ozt, 165 grams, an Edwardian silver cream jug with bobbin style rims, ‘S’ scroll handle, baluster body and circular foot, maker William Adams, Birmingham 1906, height 14.3cm, approximate weight 4.6ozt, 145 grams and three various silver cruet items, various makers and dates, including Chester 1901 and 1906, approximate gross weight 6.6ozt, 206 grams, with a silver plated condiment spoon (7) (condition: waiter engraved back and front, also surface scratches, sits level on a flat surface, double lipped jug has one slightly mishapen spout with a small split between the rim and the lip which doesn’t extend beyond the join, baluster cream jug has rubbed marks, several dints under the pouring lip, the pepperette has a wobbly foot and a large dent as well as rubbed hallmarks, oval salt interior is corroded, blue glass liner has several small chips, mustard pot cover is loose at the hinge and cover slightly mishapen, blue glass liner has two chips to the rim) £200 - £250 plus BP* Lot 260 A GEORGE V SILVER RECTANGULAR CIGARETTE BOX, Art Deco style engraved corners and engine turned hinged cover, cedar wood lined interior, makers Sanders & Mackenzie, Birmingham 1936, width 17cm x depth 8.5cm x height 4cm, together with a George V silver ashtray of square form, engine turned borders, maker’s mark rubbed, Birmingham 1934, 9.5cm square, a cased pair of Edwardian silver shall shaped butter dishes, maker Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1903/04, with a near pair of mother of pearl handled butter knives with silver blades, makers Vale & St John Ltd, Birmingham 1922, dishes approximate weight 2.1ozt, 65 grams and a cased set of six silver handled dessert knives and forks, James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield 1913 (4) (condition: cigarette box has a number of dints to all surfaces, hallmarks partially rubbed, one butter dish has a slight dint to an edge, butter knives have different engraving and one handle is shorter than the other, the longer handle is loose from the silver mount, the ashtray has surface scratches and dints to corners, three of the dessert forks have been glued to the handles and are slightly twisted) £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 261 A GEORGE V SILVER SINGLE HANDLED PEDESTAL BON BON DISH, opaque glass liner, wavy rim above a deep border pierced with foliate scrolls, on a short pedestal to a circular foot with wavy rim, makers Sydney Hall & Co, Sheffield 1932, diameter 11.4cm x height 7.8cm, together with a late Victorian silver bon bon dish of wavy circular form, geometric and foliate pierced decoration, on three foliate cast and pierced feet, makers Sibray, Hall & Co, London 1893, diameter 12.5cm, a pair of late Victorian silver heart shaped nut dishes (defective), makers Miller Brothers, Birmingham 1897 and a late Georgian white metal punch ladle on a twisted whale bone handle, the bowl engraved ‘M’ over ‘IM’ and with soldered repairs, length approximately 33cm, approximate gross weight of weighable silver 8.4ozt, 262 grams (5) (condition: the pair of heart shaped dishes are mishapen and both have rim splits, whale bone handle missing silver tip, soldered patch to handle, join and opposite side of bowl) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 262 A LATE VICTORIAN DOUBLE ENDED GREEN GLASS SCENT BOTTLE, gilt metal ends, one hinged, the other screw fitting, lacks internal glass stoppers, no marks visible, length 9.5cm, together with a Victorian silver condiment spoon with shell shaped bowl, maker David Pettifer, Birmingham 1852, twelve assorted silver, white metal and enamel spoons, a white metal posy holder, a Victorian papier mache snuff box and a 19th Century mother of pearl condiment fork and spoon (18) (condition: posy holder has damaged/repaired handle, scent bottle has a few small dents to the covers, glass appears to be in good condition, Venezia and Genova spoons have some damage to the enamel) £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 264 Lot 264 A GEORGE V OAK CASED CANTEEN OF SILVER AND IVORY FISH EATERS, six place settings, knives with engraved edge to blades, maker James Dixon & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1924, 1927 and 1928, case has key, together with an Indian white metal and plated dressing table set, embossed with scenes of village life, nylon bristles to the brushes and an Edwardian silver backed hair brush (8) (condition: fish eaters are in overall good condition, silver backed brush has some polished through patches and thin edges) £50 - £80 plus BP* Lot 265 A GEORGE III SILVER WAITER, of circular form, gadrooned rim, on three cast scroll and paw feet, makers Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard I, London 1814, diameter 21.5cm, approximate weight 15.9ozt, 495 grams (condition: sits level on a flat surface, slight scratches and small indentations) £120 - £180 plus BP*

Lot 263 A PAIR OF WALKER & HALL SILVER PLATED OVAL COMMUNION WINE HOLDERS, each with a central carrying handle, standing independently or stackable, each fitted with thirty holders, on bun feet, oval 36cm x 27cm (2) (condition: overall good condition, one has a scroll that is slightly bent) £30 - £50 plus BP*

Lot 266 Lot 266 A GEORGE III SILVER TEAPOT, of fluted oval form, fruitwood finial and handle, the domed cover engraved with three crests, bright cut bands to cover and the sides, maker James Young, London 1787, approximate weight 13.4ozt, 418 grams (condition: splits to underside of wooden finial, interior of teapot shows patches and repairs, particularly around lower engraved band, which is also worn) £150 - £200 plus BP*

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Lot 267 Lot 267 A GEORGE III SILVER CREAM JUG, of circular form, angular handle, engraved initial, maker Thomas Robins, London 1805, height 8cm, approximate weight 5.6ozt, 176 grams, together with a late Georgian silver circular teapot stand, lobed rim, the centre engraved with crest, the base with mahogany inset and baize, marks rubbed, diameter 14.2cm (2) (condition: jug has engraved initial to one side of the lower body, some dints, the teapot stand has a number of dents to the surface as well as scratches, marks heavily rubbed, split around edge to mahogany) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 268 A CASED SET OF SIX ELIZABETH II SILVER GILT AND HARLEQUIN ENAMEL COFFEE SPOONS, circular seal end finials, makers Barker Brothers Silver Ltd, Birmingham 1956, together with a cased set of six Elizabeth II silver coffee spoons with cast reeded finials, makers Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1958 and two cased sets of silver gilt cocktail sticks with cockerel finials, one set of six, the other with five, makers Walker & Hall, Birmingham 1934, approximate gross weight 5.3ozt, 164 grams (4) (condition: one cocktail stick missing) £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 269 A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER MOUNTED OVAL OAK TWIN HANDLED GALLERY TRAY, the oak with oval silver cartouche engraved with initial ‘B’, makers Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1895, oval length including handles 65.5cm x 41.5cm (condition: oak is bleached and has ring marks, a few tiny nibbles out of the wood around the cartouche) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 270 A GEORGE II SILVER TRENCHER SALT, of shaped rectangular outline, oval interior, maker David Hennell I, London 1744, length 7.5cm x width 6cm x height 3.2cm, approximate weight 1.4ozt (condition: engraved initials towards bottom edge of a long side, marks have some rubbing, underside bottom edge engraved with a ‘W’ and ‘II’) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 271 A GEORGE III SILVER OVAL SALT, beaded rim above geometric pierced sides, on four cabriole legs with claw and ball feet, maker Edward Lowe, London 1770, oval approximately 8.5cm x 6.2cm, s.d., together with a later plated copy, a George III silver baluster pepperette with beaded rims, pull off cover, pierced decoration, blue glass liner, makers Charles Aldridge & Henry Green, London 1774, height 6.5cm, a George V silver cylindrical covered mustard, pierced border, blue glass liner, makers Clark & Sewell, Birmingham 1911, a wooden desk blotter with mounts stamped ‘Sterling Silver’, a pair of George V oval gent’s brushes, makers Daniel Manufacturing Company, Birmingham 1922, a pair of Victorian Old Sheffield plate bottle coasters, bears crossed key mark for H. Wilkinson & Co and bearing registration diamond and a silver plated conical beaker (10) (condition: silver oval salt has two splits to the pierced border, blue liners generally ill fitting, bottle coasters have copper showing through, brushes have some dents) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Lot 272 TWO GEORGE III SILVER DECANTER LABELS, of rectangular form, beaded rims with pierced scroll borders, named ‘MADEIRA’ and ‘SHERRY’, maker Susannah Barker, London 1792 and the other undated, three George IV / William IV rectangular decanter labels, gadrooned rims, pierced names ‘BUCELLAS’, ‘PORT’ and ‘CLARET’, makers Edward, Edward Junior, John & William Barnard, London 1827, 1833 and 1837, together with a silver plated decanter label for ‘BRANDY’, approximate gross weight of weighable silver 2ozt, 64 grams (condition: one ring appears to be a replacement, otherwise generally ok) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 273 AN ELIZABETH II SILVER MUG, of cylindrical form with flared rim, scrolled handle, stepped circular foot, makers Barker Brothers Silver Ltd, Birmingham 1953, height 11cm, approximate weight 8.4ozt, 263 grams (condition: maker’s mark has partial rubbing, sits level on a flat surface, patches of tarnish, otherwise good condition) £70 - £90 plus BP*

Lot 274 Lot 274 A GEORGE III SILVER TEAPOT, of rounded rectangular form, later foliate repousse decoration, on four ball feet, maker W.B., probably William Bennett, London 1809, interior shows evidence of extensive metal filled repairs, approximate gross weight 20.3ozt, 632 grams (condition: later decorated, extensive repairs to interior, splits to spout, cover has gaps, dints to handle) £150 - £200 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 275 A PARCEL OF SILVER, to include an Elizabeth II miniature four piece teaset on a tray, maker Peter John Doherty, Birmingham 1977, a George V five bar toast rack, makers William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1925, a pair of circular napkin rings, a late Victorian covered mustard and spoon, a pair of Victorian Fiddle pattern dessert forks, engraved monograms, maker Charles Boyston II, London 1867 and a late Victorian silver mounted tortoiseshell letter opener, makers Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1896, etc, including a plated nut dish and a set of five German silver plate Fiddle & Thread pattern dessert forks, approximate gross weight of weighable silver 11.3ozt, 353 grams (parcel) (condition: mixed condition, many pieces have rubbed marks, silver bon bon has splits, some thimbles incomplete) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 276 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY SILVER SAUCE BOAT, of oval form, wavy rim, ‘S’ scroll handle, on three shell capped cabriole legs with hoof feet, makers Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd, London, possibly 1906, date letter rubbed, approximate weight 11.8ozt, 368 grams, together with six silver and white metal teaspoons (7) (condition: marks on sauce boat rubbed and partially rubbed, sits level on a flat surface, otherwise condition seems good) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Lot 277 Lot 277 A VICTORIAN SILVER GILT TWIN HANDLED VASE, of baluster form and engraved with ferns, bearing a presentation inscription ‘Presented To The Rt. Honble William Cowper M.P On His Retirement From The Representation in Parliament for The Borough of Hertford By Their Constituents & Friends As A Mark of Their High Esteem And In Acknowledgment Of His Services During An Uninterrupted Period of 33 Years 1868’, crest engraved on opposite side, maker S. Smith & Son (Stephen Smith), London 1868, height 31cm, approximate weight 42ozt, 1307 grams, Footnote: William Cowper 18111888 was the second son of 5th Earl Cowper of Brocket Hall, Hertfordshire, his mother married Prime Minister, Lord Palmerston after she was widowed, William Cowper’s uncle was Prime Minister, Lord Melbourne and during the course of his career he was a private secretary to Melbourne as well as being a junior minister in his step father’s government, groom in waiting to Queen Victoria, as well as holding positions on the Board of Health and The Board of Works (condition: the base is not sitting completely level on a flat surface, some wear to gilding, surface scratches and several dints) £400 - £600 plus BP*

Lot 278 Lot 278 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER CANDLESTICKS, egg and tongue cast rims, detachable sconces on urn shaped holders, cylindrical tapering stems, loaded circular bases, makers Elkington & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1895, height approximately 25cm, approximate gross weight 60ozt, 1869 grams (condition: one base rocks slightly on a flat surface and lacks baize, marks clear) £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 279 A GEORGE V SILVER SUGAR CASTER, of octagonal baluster form, the pull off cover with panelled finial and foliate pierced decoration, on an octagonal foot, makers Adie Brothers Ltd, Birmingham 1933, height 20cm, approximate weight 6.5ozt, 202 grams, together with a pair of Victorian silver octagonal baluster salt and pepper pots, maker Elkington & Co (Frederick Elkington), London 1885, height of pepperette 11.5cm, approximate weight 5.5ozt, 173 grams (3) (condition: caster not sitting completely level on a flat surface but this is negligible, minor dents to the dome of the cover, the salt pot has corrosion and the lid is currently stuck, the pepperette contains an inner cover and the dome is not closing flush) £100 - £120 plus BP*


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Lot 280 Lot 280 A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER TWIN HANDLED TRAY, of rectangular form, the handles cast with shells, foliate scrolls, oak leaves and acorns, the rounded corners similarly cast, with gadrooned decoration intersperced with shells, engraved and embossed fish scale, shell and scroll border to the tray surface, makers Thomas Bradbury & Sons, London 1895, length of handle to handle 69cm x width 44.5cm, approximate weight 116ozt, 3670 grams (condition: the tray surface is scratched, no dents noted, no splits, possible soldering to handles but probably wear to the pattern) £1000 - £1500 plus BP*

Lot 281 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER THREE PIECE BACHELOR’S TEASET, of oval form, engraved initial ‘M’ to each piece, gadrooned rims, teapot with ebony fitments, on four flattened bun feet, makers Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd, London 1903/04, approximate weight 22.6ozt, 702 grams (3) (condition: teapot lid not closing flush, solder visible around spout join to body, marks and engraved initial partially rubbed to all pieces, bun feet have some dents and some minor dents/crease to sugar bowl and milk jug) £150 - £200 plus BP*

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Lot 282 Lot 282 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER ARTS & CRAFTS TAZZA, hand hammered finish, circular dish on three scrolled tendril legs to a circular base with central cabochon red/orange paste, the base numbered 10901 Rd.No.437775 and stamped by George David Rattray, Silversmith of Dundee, sponsor John Round, Sheffield 1904, height approximately 13cm, approximate weight 10.8ozt, 336 grams (condition: base sits fairly level on a flat surface, sponsor’s mark rubbed, some over polishing of hand hammered finish) £120 - £180 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 283 A GEORGE V SILVER OVAL PILL BOX, the hinged cover inset with a quatrefoil design of hardstones (one missing), gilt interior, makers J.W. Kirwin & Co, Edinburgh 1913, oval 5cm x 3cm, height 2cm, approximate weight 0.88ozt, 27 grams, together with a George V circular silver sugar bowl on a stepped foot, maker Barker Brothers, Chester 1926, approximate weight 2.4ozt, 75 grams and a George V oval silver sauce boat with ‘C’ scroll handle, makers S. Blankensee & Son Ltd, Birmingham 1924, approximate weight 4.6ozt, 144 grams (3) (condition: pill box missing a stone from the lid, sugar bowl and sauce boat, surface scratches and minor dents) £50 - £80 plus BP* Lot 284 A MID 19TH CENTURY DUTCH SILVER MOUNTED GLASS CAKE BASKET, the swing handle with engraved foliate scrolls, bears mark to handle and mounts, date letter for 1850, basket length 27.5cm x width 20.5cm x height to top of handle 24.5cm, s.d, together with a late 19th Century German white metal and glass three bottle condiment, the twin handled oval stand with pierced decoration of figures in a landscape, bearing Hanau marks for Weinranck & Schmidt, the three glass bottles with white metal figural stoppers and engraved foliate scrolls to the glass, height approximately 23cm (2) (condition: the cake basket has a number of chips and bruises, the base has heavy scratching, the condiment set has an added band to the neck of one bottle to cover probable damage, the stand has a split in the pierced decoration) £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 285 Lot 285 A GEORGE V SILVER FOUR PIECE TEASET, of circular form, with wavy rims, teapot and hot water jug with ivory finials and handles, all pieces on three short cabriole legs with pad feet, makers Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1931/34, approximate gross weight 52.2ozt, 1623 grams (4) (condition: all pieces sit level on a flat surface, milk jug has two dents to the inner rim and a slight circular crease to body where top of leg has pushed in, the sugar bowl has a small dent and a crease in the base, the teapot lid doesn’t close completely flush, ivory has closed splits to both finial and handle, the body has a number of dents in varying sizes, also the handle has come partly out of its socket at the top, the hot water jug has a few minor dents) £400 - £500 plus BP* 40

Lot 286 Lot 286 A GEORGE V SILVER TWIN HANDLED TROPHY CUP, knopped stem with a circular foot, engraved ‘THE C.C.O COMPETITIONS 1ST PRIZE PRESENTED BY THE CENTRAL CURRENT OFFICE (LONDON) TO J. WATERFIELD, CHURCH GRESLEY FOR CURRENT BUNS, BIRMINGHAM 1929’, with an ebonised wooden stand, height including stand 32cm, makers A.C. Bloxham Ltd, London 1928, approximate weight 12.6ozt, 392 grams, s.d., together with a pair of George V Elkington & Co silver twin handled trophy cups, with applied disc ‘GROCERS BAKERS CONFECTIONERS EXHIBITION 1933’, awarded to ‘J. WATERFIELD & SON’ for ‘CAKES’ and ‘SPONGES’, both with ebonised Elkington stands, height with stand 21.5cm, approximate gross weight 12.8ozt, 398 grams (3) (condition: all three have several dents and creases, the cups are leaning) £150 - £250 plus BP* Lot 287 A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED THREE DIVISION DECANTER, the central handle surrounded by three circular pierced holders, each containing a clear glass decanter and stopper of onion form, etched with fruiting vine, height to top of handle 34.5cm, together with a late Victorian conical cut glass claret jug with ivory finial, silver plated mounts with mythical dragon handle, stamped Rodgers EP, height 29cm (2) (condition: some wear to the plate, otherwise in good overall condition) £40 - £60 plus BP*


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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 288 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY ROGERS PEARLWARE BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFER PRINTED RECTANGULAR CHESTNUT BASKET STAND, Camel pattern to the centre, pierced border, impressed mark to the back, width 23.5cm (condition: surface scratches to the glaze, otherwise appears in fair condition) £30 - £50 plus BP* Lot 289 A NEAR PAIR OF WILLIAM MOORCROFT POMEGRANTE DESIGN BALUSTER VASES, mottled dark ground, impressed ‘Moorcroft, Made in England’, blue painted signature, heights 21.5cm and 21cm (2) (condition: one vase has a vertical crack through the rim and into the top of the shoulder, the same vase has a small patch of glaze loss, light crazing in a few places, some areas there is a little scratching to the glaze) £150 - £180 plus BP*

Lot 290 Lot 290 A WILLIAM MOORCROFT PLUM WISTERIA DESIGN VASE, of conical form with flared rims, dark blue ground, impressed ‘Moorcroft, Made in England’, blue painted signature, height 26cm (condition: crazing noted in the glaze on the flowers, no sign of chips, cracks or restoration) £180 - £220 plus BP*

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Lot 291 A MOORCROFT HIBISCUS DESIGN VASE, of baluster form, pale blue flowers on a dark blue ground, impressed marks and green painted signature, height 25.5cm (condition: no sign of chips, cracks or restoration, a few small hairlines in the glaze) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 292 A WILLIAM MOORCROFT FLAMMINIAN WARE VASE CONVERTED TO A TABLE LAMP, of baluster form, three moulded and tube lined foliate roundels to the shoulder, glazed mottled blue on a red ground, incised signature to the underside, the light fitting is removable, height to top of metal fitting 33cm, height to shoulder 20cm (condition: when metal fitting is removed there is a chip in the rim, inside the base of the vase is chipped where the cable hole was drilled, the red glaze is crazed, the lamp comes with a fabric shade) £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Lot 293 Lot 293 A PAIR OF 18TH CENTURY CORDIAL GLASSES, the ogee bowls engraved with flower head, leaves and a foliate spray, with opaque double air twist stems, slightly domed circular foot, height 15cm, together with a late 18th Century rummer with rounded funnel shaped bowl, short opaque double air twist stem, height 15cm (3) (condition: one cordial glass a double chip to the underside of the foot, also a bubble inclusion to the foot and a nibble to the top rim on the outside edge, the other cordial glass has a slight fault/indent to the underside of the foot, the rummer has a bubble inclusion towards the point of the bowl, the foot has a nibble to the underside edge as well as chips to the underside and edge in close proximity) £150 - £250 plus BP*


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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 294 A ROYAL WORCESTER LOVING CUP, painted with a scene of Worcester Bridge from the River, the cathedral to the right hand side, signed R. Rushton lower left, landscape verso titled to the base, puce printed marks, date cypher for 1921, cracked through base, height 13cm, together with another Royal Worcester loving cup, painted with a titled scene of Worcester, bears monogram lower right, crossed gold clubs and golf balls painted verso, bears puce factory mark, date cypher for 1916, height 14.5cm, handle glued and cracked and a Royal Worcester late Victorian teapot and matching sucrier and cover of inverted hexagonal form, ivory and blush ivory ground painted with chrysanthemum sprays, date cyphers for 1895/96, heights 14cm and 11cm, both s.d. (4) (condition: Rushton loving cup has stained cracks through the base, other loving cup has glued repairs and crack in a handle, teapot has a hairline visible to the interior around the base, sugar bowl has a horizontal hairline running the middle, visible internally and externally with light staining) £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 295 NANKING CARGO, a Chinese porcelain plate, the border with floral sprays, enclosing a central floral design, bears Christies label verso, lot 3621, diameter 23.5cm, together with a tea bowl and a saucer, bears Christies labels verso, lots 5110 and 5107, diameters 6.2cm and 10cm and three 18th Century Chinese Export blue and white plates, diameters 22.8cm to 22.3cm, s.d., together with a signed and dated copy of The Gelderrmalsen - History and Porcelain by Christiaan Jorg, with dust wrapper and certificate of authenticity for The Nanking Cargo Porcelain from Gray & Sons Ltd of Aldridge (8) (condition: Nanking plate has a crack running from the rim and through the border, also several chips of various sizes, the tea bowl and saucer both have a small number of tiny nibbles to the rims, the plate with the figure on a bridge has a rim chip and a few chips to the foot rim, the third plate has cracks, chips and stapled repairs) £50 - £80 plus BP* Lot 296 A LATE 18TH CENTURY WORCESTER PORCELAIN MUG, printed in underglaze blue in the parrot pecking fruit pattern, crescent mark to base, height 11.4cm, together with a late 18th Century English porcelain teapot of bullet shape, decorated with the Cannonball pattern, the cover with a floral knop, height 13cm (condition: mug has a stained crack through the base, the teapot cover has chips around the floral knop, a chip to the top edge and into the underside, with two further chips to the underside of the rim, the inner rim has a number of nibbles, the teapot has nibbles to the tip of the spout and a horizontal crack running from one side of the spout to the branches of the tree with smaller leaves, a few patches of a yellow dried residue to cover and upper rim of teapot) £60 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 297 Lot 297 A VICTORIAN GEORGE JONES MAJOLICA JARDINIERE, of circular form, moulded with birds and dragonflies amongst bullrushes and water lilies, impressed monogram mark and underglazed patch numbered ‘3326 80’, height 30.5cm, diameter 35cm (condition: crazed and stained towards base in the interior and larger cracks to underside of base) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 298 A 19TH CENTURY MEISSEN STYLE PART DESSERT SERVICE, of shaped circular form, comprising fourteen dessert plates, a pair of dishes and a larger dish, gilt border enclosing vignettes of exotic birds, insects and flowers, blue crossed sword and * marks, plates diameter 24.5cm, pair of dishes diameter 21cm and larger dish diameter 24cm (17) (condition: some wear to the gilding and extensive wear in places, four plates with chips to the rims, one of which has poor restoration, one of the pair of dishes has a chip to the rim, glaze wear to many pieces in particular patches) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 299 Lot 299 A SET OF FIVE 20TH CENTURY BLUE GLASS PHARMACY JARS AND STOPPERS, each with a gilt cartouche with red outline and black lettering, height 20cm, together with seven vintage clear glass pharmacy bottles and another in green glass (13) (condition: some cracks to the clear glass cylindrical jar labels) £50 - £70 plus BP*

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Lot 300 Lot 300 A WILLIAM MOORCROFT VASE, of bulbous form, decorated with pomegranate design, underglaze green signature, impressed ‘MOORCROFT, BURSLEM, ENGLAND’, numbers indistinctly impressed, height 18cm (condition: underside of base is crazed, crazed in glaze around the neck in particular, interior dirty from being used) £150 - £250 plus BP*

Lot 301 Lot 301 A 20TH CENTURY MEISSEN FIGURE OF THE GREETING HARLEQUIN, from the Commedia dell ‘Arte Series, with crossed swords mark and incised 632, iron red painted ‘26’ mark and impressed 132, height 15cm (condition: good condition, no sign of chips, cracks or restoration) £200 - £300 plus BP*

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Lot 302 Lot 302 A 20TH CENTURY MEISSEN FIGURE OF A HARLEQUIN, holding a hat in his right hand, his left hand holds a flagon which he rests on his knee, with crossed swords mark and incised 3060, height 16cm (condition: good condition, no sign of chips, cracks or restoration) £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 304 A SET OF SIX J. MCLAUGHLIN PORCELAIN CABINET COFFEE CUPS AND SAUCERS, pale yellow and gilt ground, each cup painted with a signed and titled Peak District scene, comprising Bakewell, Ashford in The Water, Monsal Dale, Chee Dale, Millers Dale and Dove Dale, printed gilt monogram mark, height of cups 6cm (condition: one saucer unmarked, cups numbered in gilt ‘1’ or ‘2’ and other hand painted numbers, no damage noted) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 305 Lot 305 A STEFAN NOWACKI CIRCULAR PORCELAIN PLAQUE, painted with a still life of fruits, flowers, bird and butterfly on a marble ledge, signed and dated (19) 82, printed gilt monogram mark, mounted in a silver gilt frame, sponsor’s mark WL, Birmingham 1982, overall diameter 9cm (condition: no sign of chips, cracks or restoration, gilding tarnished in places) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 303 Lot 303 A 20TH CENTURY MEISSEN FIGURE OF A HARLEQUIN DANCING AND LAUGHING, holding a flagon aloft in his left hand and his hat at his waist in his right, with crossed swords mark and incised 3025, impressed 107, height 24.5cm (condition: good condition, no sign of chips, cracks or restoration) £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 306 A STEFAN NOWACKI PORCELAIN CABINET PLATE, of silver shape with gadrooned rim, raised gilding to the border interspersed with enamelled blue and turquoise panels and signed vignettes of musical motifs and flowers, the centre painted with a signed study of fruits, flowers, books, musical manuscript and a harp, gilt monogram mark verso, diameter 23cm, in a Hamilton porcelain box (condition: good condition, no sign of chips, cracks or restoration) £150 - £200 plus BP*


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Lot 307 Lot 307 A PAIR OF STEFAN NOWACKI CABINET COFFEE CANS AND SAUCERS, cream ground enamelled and gilded with flower heads and dots, each painted with signed scenes of ships, height of cups 6cm, gilt monogram marks (4) (condition: good condition, no sign of chips, cracks or restoration) £120 - £180 plus BP* Lot 308 A PAIR OF STEFAN NOWACKI CABINET COFFEE CUPS AND SAUCERS, blue ground enamelled and gilded with flower heads and dots, each painted with signed scenes of ships, one with a windmill to the background, height of cups 6cm, gilt monogram marks (4) (condition: good condition, no sign of chips, cracks or restoration) £120 - £180 plus BP*

Lot 309 Lot 309 A CASED HARLEQUIN SET OF STEFAN NOWACKI CABINET COFFEE CUPS AND SAUCERS, four with cream ground and one with blue ground, enamelled and gilded with flower heads and dots, two cream ground cups painted with musical motifs and flowers, the other two cream ground and blue ground cups painted with scenes of ships and coastline, the six cups and saucers with a turquoise ground with raised foliate scroll gilding, painted with a scene of fishing boats in a harbour, all pieces signed by the artist and bears printed gilt monogram marks as well as a variety of factory marks including Lynton, the turquoise cup and saucer with monogram mark only (12) (condition: no sign of chips, cracks or restoration) £300 - £500 plus BP*

Lot 310 A STEFAN NOWACKI OVAL PORCELAIN PLAQUE, painted with a maritime battle scene, the ship in the foreground wrecked, signed lower right, impressed CNH verso, oval length 25.5cm x oval width 20.5cm, unframed, together with a circular porcelain plaque painted with eight three masted ships on a calm sea, figures in row boats and on a barrel to the foreground, signed lower right, plaque framed and back enclosed, diameter of plaque 22cm (2) (condition: both plaques in good condition, no evidence of chips, cracks or restoration) £150 - £250 plus BP* Lot 311 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY MASON’S PATENT IRONSTONE CHINA DESSERT SERVICE, decorated in the Imari palette with flowers and vase in a landscape, comprising eleven dessert plates, a small shaped oval stand, three shaped rectangular dishes and three elongated shell shaped dishes, impressed marks, together with a Spode’s New Stone dessert plate, pattern number 3875, cracked to rim (19) (condition: Mason service has slight variations in pattern design, slight gilding wear, glaze scuffs and firing inclusions to some pieces, one dessert plate with cracks to the underside and another dessert plate with large chip to front rim and smaller chip to the underside rim, some dishes with remnants of glued brown tape to the backs, the Spode plate with stained crack to the rim and small chip to the foot rim) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 312 A 19TH CENTURY STEVENSON AND HANCOCK DERBY PORCELAIN SHAPED OVAL DISH, wavy gilt rim above ornate moulded border decorated with foliate gilding, the oval centre painted with a titled view of old Darley Grove by E. Prince, painted marks, 30.5cm x 20.8cm, s.d., together with an early 19th Century Derby porcelain teacup, painted with a titled view ‘Near Belpar (Sic) Derbyshire’ painted marks, two wavy oval teapot stands and a saucer (5) (condition: oval dish has an extensive crack running through the body, not stained, the cup has wear to the gilding, one teapot stand unmarked, the other with blue painted mark and numbered 173 and 16, the saucer with extensive wear to the gilding and blue painted mark) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 313 A DERBY BLOOR PORCELAIN CUP AND SAUCER, blue ground with raised gilding of foliate scroll design surrounding vignettes of exotic birds, painted Sevres marks, s.d, together with a Derby porcelain shaped oval dessert dish, painted to the centre with crest of a unicorn, painted puce marks and three other items of 19th Century Derby porcelain and a 20th Century Royal Crown Derby cabinet plate, painted with a floral spray (7) (condition: the cup has a stained crack from the rim downwards, some wear to the gilding, the saucer has staining to the underside and sounds defective when tapped, the dessert dish has scratches to the glaze, the twin handled comport has extensive staining and crazing, the circular plate has wear to the gilding and stained cracks to the centre, the reticulated vase has restoration to the rim and wear to the gilding and the Royal Crown Derby plate has losses to the beaded rim) £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Lot 314 Lot 314 A 19TH CENTURY JOHN RIDGWAY PORCELAIN TRIO, comprising teacup, breakfast cup and saucer, each painted to the centre with fruit and vegetables within a foliate gilt border on a beige ground, pattern number 2/7547, the saucer with puce coat of arms mark, the cups with painted crowns, together with a pair of Stevenson and Hancock shaped rectangular pin dishes hand painted with passion flowers, painted marks, 14.5cm x 9.3cm and a pair of Victorian English porcelain ewers with florally encrusted and hand painted decoration, pattern number 7942, height approximately 22cm (7) (condition: the trio in overall fair condition with some light wear to the gilding, the breakfast cup has an underglaze chip to the rim edge, the pair of pin dishes in overall good condition, the pair of ewers have damage to the floral encrusting, light crazing, one has repair to handle and crack in the underside of the base and damage to rim) £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 315 A SMALL COLLECTION OF 18TH AND 19TH CENTURY DERBY PORCELAIN, comprising a Chelsea Derby saucer for a chocolate cup, painted with floral sprays and gilt rims, gold painted mark, diameter 18.9cm, a pair of shaped oval dessert dishes, the centres painted with a variety of fruits with plain gold rims, painted puce marks to bases, ovals approximately 22.5cm x 16.5cm, a Stevenson and Hancock floral painted teacup and saucer signed W.E. Mosley, s.d. and a jug of bulbous form, hand painted with flowers and foliate gilt scrolls, height 14.4cm, s.d. (condition: Chelsea Derby saucer has some wear to the gilding, the pair of dessert dishes have light scratching to the glaze, one has staining to the underside and the other has a glaze fault, the cup and saucer have some staining and crazing and cup has a crack from the rim, the jug has two cracks from the rim, one of which has a repaired area somewhere to the gilding and other faults) £40 - £60 plus BP*

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Lot 316 Lot 316 A SET OF FIVE ROYAL CROWN DERBY CABINET PLATES PAINTED WITH TITLED SCENES IN THE PEAK DISTRICT BY W.E.J. DEAN, the plates of wavy circular form and the cream glazed border moulded with grapes, all signed to the hand painted scenes and titled verso ‘DOVEDALE’, ‘HADDON HALL’, ‘LATHKIL (sic) DALE’, ‘STEPPING STONES, DOVEDALE’ AND ‘LION ROCK, DOVEDALE’, diameter 22.5cm (5) (condition: no chips, cracks or restoration noted, a few small patches of wear to the painted scenes) £200 - £250 plus BP* Lot 317 AN ART NOUVEAU ROYAL DUX TABLE CENTREPIECE, circa 1900, modelled as a maiden seated feeding two doves before a semi-circular dish moulded with swags of roses, bears applied pink triangle mark and with printed and painted marks, height 23cm x width 26cm (condition: the dove facing the maiden has a chip to the tail feathers, the underside has a little crazing in the glaze, no other damage noted) £70 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 318 Lot 318 A RARE ROYAL DOULTON EARTHENWARE OTTER WITH FISH ON A RIVERBANK, possibly a prototype, glazed, bears printed factory mark and impressed numbers ‘**2 31’, length 26.5cm x height 12.5cm (condition: firing crack from under hole below fish, measures approximate 3.5cm, stained crazing to the underside, chip to foot, sounds defective when underside is tapped) £200 - £300 plus BP*


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Lot 319 Lot 319 A RARE ROYAL DOULTON BOY ON A CROCODILE, known as HN373 but lacks factory mark and an HN number, boy’s foot painted 51 to the underside, the crocodile’s belly faintly incised ‘199.’ and ‘5.19’, length 38cm x height 13cm, Provenance: family had connections with the Potteries in the early 20th Century (condition: fitted with metal reins which have been tied together in the hand on the cherub’s lap, sections of the reins have remnants of a perished rubber coating, both the cherubs knees have stained hairlines, crocodiles front left claw has a tiny chip) £4000 - £6000 plus BP*

Lot 320 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY WALTON PEARLWARE STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY FIGURE OF ‘ELIJAH’, moulded as seated on a mound with two ravens holding food in their beaks, height 28.5cm, together with an early 19th Century Staffordshire Pottery bull baiting group, yellow, brown and green glazes, extensive damage, height 16cm, a late 18th Century pearlware blue and white plate decorated in a Long Eliza pattern, diameter 25cm and a 19th Century pearlware basket weave and pierced plate, impressed D & C mark, diameter 23.5cm (4) (condition: Elijah some patches of paint loss, chips to bocage and raven’s food, bull baiting group has extensive damage, it has both horns missing, the tail has been glued in three places, chipped base near dog’s back legs, the rear back leg and a large section of the mound has been broken and glued, a piece at the back of the mound is missing, a further chip to the underside of the base below the back legs and a chip to the base edge below the front leg rear hoof, Long Eliza plate has a large number of glaze scuffs and rim chips as well as surface scratches and the basket weave plate has three glaze chips and a crack to the pierced rim) £50 - £70 plus BP*

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Lot 321 Lot 321 A PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY CHINESE CANTON PORCELAIN FAMILLE ROSE VASES, of mallet form, decorated with a panel of figures to one side and birds, insects and foliage to the other, s.d., height 20cm (2) (condition: both vases have small patches of paint loss, one vase has a number of nibbles to the rim and a chip to the underside of the rim, the other vase has a number of larger chips to the top rim, with smaller chips and nibbles to the underside of the rim) £30 - £50 plus BP* Lot 322 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY EARTHENWARE FIGURE OF A NOBLEMAN, POSSIBLY A PROTOTYPE RICHARD III, in the style of Royal Doulton, the figure moulded as standing with a long sword, the point between his feet, on a shaped hexagonal base, unmarked, s.d., height 29.5cm (condition: the sword has breaks and repairs, the hilt has losses, the hexagonal base has chips, mainly at the points, some over painted, the base has some uneven patches, crazing visible to the underside, the base has a residue of glue from a baize covering £30 - £50 plus BP*

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Lot 323 Lot 323 Lot 325 FIVE PIECES OF LATE 19TH A COLLECTION OF LATE 20TH CENTURY BOURNE DENBY CENTURY CHINESE CERAMICS, GREEN MAJOLICA WARE, all MOSTLY GLAZED WARES, pieces glazed in mottled comprising a pair of peach bloom green/tan, comprising an onion style tea bowls, blue six character shaped vase with wavy rim, marks to the bases, height 4.5cm, impressed H to base, height a blue bowl with copy Yongzheng 13cm, a flared rim baluster vase, six character marks to the base, height 29.5cm, a shouldered diameter 14.5cm x height 6.5cm, baluster vase on a domed circular a Yixing style red earthenware foot, height 29cm, a bottle teapot incised with character shaped ewer, impressed S to base marks to the side and base, height and a baluster shaped ewer, 11cm and a turquoise glazed indistinct letter impressed to base, octagonal bowl decorated with height 26cm (5) (condition: good symbols to the exterior and a fish overall condition, the smaller ewer to the interior, height 6cm (5) has a chip to the underside, the (condition: overall good condition) shouldered baluster vase has £60 - £80 plus BP* scratches to the glaze, a few Lot 326 minor glaze imperfections, no sign A LATE 20TH CENTURY of restoration) CHINESE LONGQUAN STYLE £100 - £150 plus BP* CELADON GLAZED BOWL, Lot 324 crackled with incised decoration, A 20TH CENTURY CHINESE diameter 18cm x height 6.5cm, PORCELAIN PLAQUE together with a 20th Century PREDOMINANTLY DECORATED Chinese Islamic influence ewer IN IRON RED, depicting a deity and cover of pear shape, celadon seated cross legged riding on a ground with purple flowers and cloud, bears painted character scrolls, height 24cm (2) marks upper left including £60 - £80 plus BP* signature for Wang Bu, 37cm x Lot 327 24.5cm (condition: no sign of TWO CHINESE EXPORT cracks or restoration, top and PORCELAIN BLUE AND WHITE bottom edges have nibbles to the DECORATED MEAT DISHES, of glaze) £60 - £80 plus BP* octagonal form, one depicting a man riding an Ox in a landscape by a river, the other with traditional pagoda landscape scene, Qianlong period, wisth 31.5cm (2) (condition: a few frits to the rim of one and a glaze chip to the underside of the rim, the other appears damage free) £60 - £80 plus BP*


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Lot 328 Lot 328 A VICTORIAN COPELAND PARIAN BUST TITLED ‘ALICE’, on a socle base, sculpted by Mary Thornycroft for the Art Union of London 1879, incised and impressed marks, height 40cm (condition: a few small nibbles around the base, patches of age discolour) £180 - £220 plus BP*

Lot 329 Lot 329 A ROYAL WORCESTER TWIN HANDLED BOAT SHAPED PEDESTAL BOWL, painted with pink roses, signed by Jack Southall, green and gilt rims, handles and feet, printed and painted marks, shape No.H254, date cypher for 1912, length including handles 31cm x height 15cm (condition: no sign of chips, cracks or restoration) £120 - £180 plus BP*

Lot 330 Lot 330 KEITH MURRAY FOR WEDGWOOD, a conical shaped bowl with banded decoration, glazed in matt green with printed signature and backstamp, height approximately 16cm (condition: some water staining to inside surface, no chips or cracks) £50 - £80 plus BP* Lot 331 KEITH MURRAY FOR WEDGWOOD, a spherical vase with incised decoration, in a matt pale yellow ground, printed initials and backstamp, height approximately 16cm (condition: no obvious sign of damage) £60 - £90 plus BP* Lot 332 SIR EDMUND ELTON FOR SUNFLOWER POTTERY, a spherical vase decorated in a gold craquelure glaze, painted name to base, height approximately 12cm (condition: no chips or cracks, slight loss of gilt to rim) £150 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 333 Lot 333 SIR EDMUND ELTON FOR SUNFLOWER POTTERY, four pieces of pottery to include a globular posy vase with flared rim, a double gourd shaped posy vase, a jug with folded rim and a baluster shaped posy vase, tallest height approximately 15cm (condition: damage and restoration to the jug spout, losses of glaze in places on all the pieces) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Lot 334 PILKINGTON ROYAL LANCASTRIAN POTTERY, comprising a compressed globular posy vase by Edward Radford, impressed marks and initials to the base, shape No.8188, height approximately 11cm, a pair of candlesticks shape No.2224, a pair of baluster shape posy vases in the uranium oxide orange vermillion glaze and a posy bowl shape No.VII (condition: no obvious signs of damage) (6) £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 335 Lot 335 A PILKINGTON ROYAL LANCASTRIAN BALUSTER SHAPED VASE, decorated in a gold adventurine glaze over treacle, impressed with backstamp, shape No. 2363A and VI to the base, height approximately 27cm (condition: there is a hole partially drilled through the backstamp) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 336 ROYAL PILKINGTON LANCASTRIAN POTTERY, comprising a gourd shape vase, impressed 2995, height approximately 25cm, a circular bowl, impressed 2235, height approximately 12cm, diameter approximately 21cm and a swollen ovoid vase by E.T. Radford pattern No.202, height approximately 16cm, all in the uranium oxide orange vermillion (3) (condition: no obvious damage or restoration) £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 339 WILLIAM. S. MYCOCK FOR PILKINGTON LANCASTRIAN, a lustre plate decorated with an Indian deity surrounded by foliage and a repeat pattern border, impressed backstamp and number 2296, with a stylised flower border printed Mycock cypher, diameter approximately 26cm (condition: restored) £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 337 Lot 337 A ROYAL PILKINGTON LANCASTRIAN BLUE LUSTRE VASE, cylindrical form with flared rim, impressed 2143A, height approximately 20cm, together with a waisted cylindrical vase, blue mottled glaze, height approximately 20cm and a vase of tapered baluster form, impressed 2786, in a blue mottled glaze, height approximately 26.5cm (3) (condition: no chips, cracks or crazing to any of the pieces) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 340 Lot 340 WILLIAM DE MORGAN, a shallow charger decorated to the centre with an arrangement of flowers in a bowl, the border decorated with a repeat pattern of foliage and flowers decorated verso with bands and dots, diameter approximately 31cm (condition: restored) £400 - £600 plus BP* Lot 341 A PILKINGTON LANCASTRIAN PLATE, decorated to the centre with a moulded flower and foliage, designed by William. S. Mycock, impressed backstamp, monogram and pattern number 2266, diameter approximately 20cm (condition: no chips or cracks, some crazing to the glaze) £30 - £40 plus BP* Lot 338 Lot 338 A FOLEY FAIENCE WALL PLATE/CHARGER, possibly designed by Frederick Rhead, having tube line decoration of a Peacock beside a tree with a Dutch scene in the distance, diameter approximately 30cm, printed backstamps and number 11052 (no obvious sign of damage or restoration) £200 - £300 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 344 THREE PIECES OF RUSKIN POTTERY, comprising two high fired examples of cylindrical form with flared rims, dated 1909 and 1924, together with a 487 pattern trumpet shaped vase in a mottled bronze glaze, dated 1926 (3) (condition: two pieces have stapled repairs, all have some degree of damage, tallest height approximately 29.5cm) £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 342 Lot 342 A RUSKIN HIGH FIRED MEIPING SHAPE VASE, decorated in a lavender lustre glaze, impressed marks to the base ‘RUSKIN ENGLAND 1920’, height approximately 28cm (condition: no obvious sign of damage or restoration, small glazing fault) £600 - £800 plus BP* Lot 343 A RUSKIN HIGH FIRED MEIPING SHAPE VASE WITH A FACTORY CONVERSION TO A LAMP BASE, decorated in a crushed strawberry lustre glaze, total height approximately 31cm, impressed ‘RUSKIN ENGLAND 1923’ to the base, (condition: restored to the base, no obvious sign of damage or restoration) £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 345 Lot 345 A RUSKIN POTTERY CANDLESTICK, decorated in a lavender lustre glaze, impressed ‘RUSKIN ENGLAND 1917’ to the base, together with a 187 pattern vase in a mauve glaze, impressed ‘RUSKIN POTTERY 1910’, both approximate height 16cm (condition: no damage or restoration) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 346 A RUSKIN POTTERY HIGH FIRED VASE, of tapering form, shape No.271, decorated in a lavender lustre glaze, height approximately 25cm (condition: no obvious damage or restoration) £200 - £300 plus BP*

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Lot 347 A RUSKIN POTTERY VASE, decorated with a mottled, iridescent lavender glaze, shape No.304 but on a smaller scale, impressed ‘RUSKIN, ENGLAND 1924’ to the base, height approximately 15cm (condition: no obvious sign of damage or restoration) £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 348 Lot 348 THREE PIECES OF RUSKIN STUDIO POTTERY, in the orange lustre glaze, comprising a 131 pattern vase, height approximately 21cm, impressed ‘RUSKIN 1913’, a 273 pattern vase, height approximately 21cm, impressed ‘RUSKIN, ENGLAND 1914’, neither have signs of damage or restoration, together with a large baluster shaped vase, height approximately 32cm, impressed RUSKIN 1914’, restoration towards the bottom and to the base (3) £70 - £100 plus BP* Lot 349 THREE PIECES OF RUSKIN STUDIO POTTERY, in the orange lustre glaze, comprising a 272 shape vase, height approximately 24cm, impressed ‘RUSKIN, ENGLAND 1923’, a 273 shaped vase, height approximately 17cm, impressed ‘RUSKIN, ENGLAND 1922’ and a 292 shape vase, height approximately 16cm, impressed ‘RUSKIN, ENGLAND 1921’ (condition: no obvious sign of damage or restoration) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Lot 350 Lot 350 A DANISH BORNHOLMS KERAMIC STUDIO POTTERY DISH, of enlongated rectangular form, designed by Mariann Starck, decorated with three stylised bulls on a ground of vertical stripes, impressed and printed marks to the base, length approximately 56cm (condition: no obvious damage or restoration) £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 352 Lot 352 CHARLOTTE RHEAD FOR CROWN DUCAL, a rare circular wall plaque/charger decorated in the prototype Manchu 4511 pattern, this version having the brown ground and dragon surrounded by five blue motifs, the production version is green with three motifs, diameter 36.5cm (condition: there is a small old chip and crack to the back of the plaque) £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 351 Lot 351 CLEMENT MASSIER, a tall lustre glaze vase with stylised leaf decoration of the Art Nouveau period, impressed and painted ‘Clement Massier, Golf Juan’ to the base, due to damage to the top it currently stands at approximately 38cm, it would have been 60cm pre-damage (condition: small chips to the glaze and reduced in height due to damage) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 353 Lot 353 CHARLOTTE RHEAD FOR CROWN DUCAL, a rare large circular wall plaque/charger of an unknown design, depicting citrus fruits and berries with sprigs of foliage, signed Rhead 2 in slip, printed backstamp, diameter approximately 44.5cm (condition: there is a splash of household paint to rear of the plaque) £300 - £400 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 354 JEROME MASSIER, a Studio Pottery vase of baluster form with cylindrical neck, sgraffito decoration depicting galleons in full sail at sea, signed to the body, impressed marks to the base, produced at the Vallauris Studio, height approximately 26cm (no chips or restoration), together with a posy vase by the same hand, sgraffito floral decoration, signed J. Massier to the body, signed J. Massier, Vallauris to the base, height approximately 11.5cm (2) (condition: no chips or restoration) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 357 Lot 357 THREE PIECES OF TROIKA POTTERY, comprising a spice jar with abstract motifs, bears Cc marks, height 15cm, a coffin vase, bears monogram for Ann Jones, height 17.5cm and a marmalade pot, bears monogram for Holly Jackson, height 9cm (3) (condition: coffin vase has a few nibbles to the sides, the other pieces appear to be in good condition) £120 - £180 plus BP*

Lot 355 Lot 355 JEROME MASSIER, a Studio Pottery vase with flower decoration to the iridescent petrol glaze, signed ‘J. Massier, Vallauris’ to the base, height approximately 17cm, together with an unmarked twin handled posy vase covered in an iridescent glaze, height approximately 14cm (2) (condition: chips and cracks to the Massier vase, posy vase undamaged) £50 - £80 plus BP* Lot 356 CLEMENT MASSIER, three pieces of Studio Pottery, comprising a posy vase of wrythen form with gilt flower decoration, printed marks to the base (undamaged), height approximately 9cm, a miniature posy vase iridescent decoration, signed to the base, height approximately 5.5cm (chips to the rim) and a gourd shaped miniature posy vase with dimples to the body, covered in an iridescent flower glaze, height approximately 7.7cm, indistinct signature to the base (3) (condition: chips to the rim) £70 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 358 Lot 358 A COLLECTION OF DECORATIVE GLASS, to include two Mstisov ‘Rhapsody’ pieces by Frantises Hospodka for Chribska Glassworks these Sklo Union pieces appear to be free from damage, a Murano Geometric bowl, red and orange cased by clear, (several chips), a large Whitefriars style pitcher, a pressed glass jardiniere and pin dish, tallest approximately 28cm (10) £50 - £80 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 362 JOHN WALSH WALSH, a 1920’s table lamp with a domed foot rising to a baluster stem and two piece shade, cased in ruby over clear, flash cut with a leaf pattern (Provenance: from the Eric Roberts Estate Sale at Fieldings, August 2018) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 359 Lot 359 A PAIR OF WHITEFRIARS BARK VASES, in the tangerine colourway, height approximately 16cm, pattern 9689, one of the vases is less defined than the other due to wear of the wooden mould used to produce the vases (condition: no chips or cracks) £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 360 HENRI BERGE (FRENCH 18701937), an opalescent glass vase with moulded tree trunk and ivy leaf decoration, impressed ‘Henri Berge Nancy’ to the base, height approximately 26cm, Berge worked at Daume and Almeric Walter (condition: small nibbles to the rim) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 361 JOHN WALSH WALSH, a 1920’s part table suite comprising a water jug, decanter, six red, six white and six port glasses, all cut and polished with Art Deco style panels (20)(Provenance: from the Eric Roberts Estate Sale at Fieldings, August 2018) £30 - £40 plus BP*

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Lot 363 RENE LALIQUE (1860-1945), a circular shallow bowl/plate decorated in the Poissons pattern of fish arranged in a spiral pattern surrounding a central base of bubbles, raised signature to the middle, diameter approximately 30cm (condition: no chips or cracks, surface scratches to centre) £250 - £350 plus BP*

Lot 364 Lot 364 A MDINA CUT ICE VASE DESIGNED BY MICHAEL HARRIS, decorated internally with blue and brown streaks and air bubbles, signed and dated Mdina 1978 to the base, remnants of paper label, height approximately 25cm (condition: no chips or cracks, scratches to the base) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 365 JOHN WALSH WALSH, an early 20th Century part table suite comprising a low shouldered decanter with wheel cut decoration between mitre cut panels, silver mounted collar dated 1935/36, with matching pattern glasses, together with silver collar barrel shaped decanter dated 1903/1904, a pair of champagne glasses, a red wine glass, three atomiser bottles and a powder bowl with silver engine turned lid dated 1938/39 and an Eric Roberts John Walsh Walsh book glass purchased from the Eric Roberts Estate Sale at Fieldings, August 2018 (21) £70 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 366 Lot 366 A MODERN LALIQUE ARABESQUE PATTERN VASE, gold lustre finish, moulded with birds amongst foliate scrolls, etched ‘Lalique France’ to base, height 13.3cm (condition: no evidence of chips or cracks, overall good condition) £80 - £120 plus BP*


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Lot 367 Lot 367 ALEXANDER MILLAR (BRITISH CONTEMPORARY), ‘Together Forever’, a hand painted resin sculpture of a male and female figure sheltering beneath an umbrella, limited edition 37/195, with certificate, height approximately 48cm (condition: slight damage to umbrella shaft) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 368 ROBERT THOMPSON, OF KILBURN MOUSEMAN OAK CHEESE BOARD, oval in shape with trademark carved mouse to the handle, length approximately 37.5cm (condition: no knife marks to the surface) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Lot 369 Lot 369 TWO WEST GERMAN FAT LAVA LAMPS, the first having a pierced base with a double knopped column and single handle, height approximately 50cm, the second having a pierced body with cylindrical column and twin handles (not tested) (2) £30 - £40 plus BP* Lot 370 TWO VINTAGE LAMPS, circa 1970’s, aluminium tops and bases, patterned fabric bodies, heights approximately 52cm and approximately 33cm excluding fittings (not tested) (2) £30 - £40 plus BP*

Lot 371 Lot 371 ROBERT THOMPSON OF KILBURN MOUSEMAN OAK ASHTRAY, with carved mouse detail, length 10.5cm x width 7.8cm (condition: some staining to the bowl and around the mouse’s tail) £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 372 ROBERT THOMPSON OF KILBURN MOUSEMAN OAK NUT BOWL, with carved mouse detail to the adzed exterior of the bowl, diameter 15.5cm excluding mouse x height 4.5cm (condition: fairly even colour throughout, good condition) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 373 Lot 373 BEAVERMAN COLIN ALMACK OF SUTTON-UNDERWHITESTONECLIFFE OAK NAPKIN RING STAND, carved with a beaver standing holding a hammer and chisel and fitted with a set of six octagonal napkin rings, width 26.5cm x depth 12cm x height 9cm, together with a Geoff Gell Unicorn Man oak cheese board with handle, Unicorn carved to the board, overall length 37.5cm and a Wren Man paperweight, carved as a Wren on a stump with a plain circular base, height 11cm x diameter 8cm (3) (condition: napkin rings and stand show signs of use with some staining, the cheese board has several light surface scratches) £120 - £180 plus BP*

Lot 374 SHERREE VALENTINE DAINES (BRITISH 1959), ‘Childhood Dreams’, a limited edition bronze sculpture of a boy holding a pond yatch, 151/195, with certificate and box, height approximately 26cm (condition: small chip to base) (Artists Resale Rights May apply To This Lot) £150 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 375 Lot 375 DOUG HYDE (BRITISH 1972), ‘Suited and Booted’, a limited edition cold cast sculpture, 109/595, a dog wearing a jacket and tie, with certificate and box, height approximately 28cm (condition: scratches to the back of the jacket) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £70 - £100 plus BP* Lot 376 DOUG HYDE (BRITISH 1972), ‘Daisy Trail’, a limited edition cold cast sculpture of a boy pushing his dog in a wheelbarrow, 304/595, with certificate and box, height approximately 29cm (condition: undamaged) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 377 ROBERT WELCH FOR OLD HALL, a collection of stainless steel tablewares, to include a Super Avon coffee pot, Alveston teapot, Campden coffee pots, cake baskets, Campden trays, condiment set, sauce boats, Alveston coffee spoons and sugar tongs, meat platter, etc (31 pieces) £100 - £150 plus BP*


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Lot 378 Lot 378 A BLUE JOHN CIRCULAR BOWL WORKED BY EDWARD LEONARD FISHER, signed to base, diameter 10cm x height 3.5cm (condition: no sign of chips, cracks or repairs, underside has rough patches, the inside base of the bowl has a natural fault line which has three small rough indentations) £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 379 TWO SECOND HALF OF THE 20TH CENTURY GREEN PATINATED BRONZE FIGURE OF WATER BUFFALO, one standing, the other recumbant, height of standing buffalo 13cm, lengths approximately 23.5cm and 23cm (2) (condition: no obvious damage or repair noted) £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 380 A FIRST HALF THE 20TH CENTURY SWISS BEDSIDE CLOCK, of square form, gilt metal frame, tortoiseshell dial with silvered chapter ring, Roman numerals, lacks seconds hand, easel back, 10.2cm square (condition: in working order at the time of cataloguing, lacks seconds hand) £40 - £60 plus BP*

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Lot 381 Lot 381 AFTER VAN DYCK, an early 20th Century portrait miniature of a young child holding a piece of fruit, copied from a group portrait by Anthony Van Dyck of The Children of Charles I, on ivory, 5cm x 4cm, framed, glazed and mounted in an oval frame (condition: rectangular frame is loose in velvet mount) £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 382 A 19TH CENTURY PAPIER MACHE CIRCULAR SNUFF BOX PRINTED WITH A FRENCH TITLED SCENE, depicting a soldier holding a flag with crest and ‘Tout pour L’Honneur’ and ‘Tout pour Louis’ and titled ‘LE GARDE NATIONAL’, diameter 8.7cm, together with a late 18th/19th Century circular brown lacquered snuff box with gilt metal inlay and mounts, the lid painted with a figure of a man seated on a bench whilst smoking a pipe, tortoiseshell lined interior, s.d., diameter 8.8cm, together with a small rectangular metal trinket box and a Victorian purple velvet bound copy of the book of Common Prayer with gilt metal mounts and leather bound case (4) (condition: printed snuff box has a small number of chips, varying in size, the painted snuff box is missing the upper most gilt metal mount and bottom mount is completely loose, the quatrefoil metal inlay has extensive gilding loss, trinket box has a fault to a patch on the black ground, the leather case for the prayer book has some splits) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 383 Lot 383 A LATE VICTORIAN SWORD STICK, curved horn handle with plated mounts, the etched blade named ‘TOLEDO’, blade length 36cm, in a briar stick with push button mechanism, metal ferrule, overall length 83cm (condition: sword not closing flush, split in horn handle, split in briar stick above and below opening mechanism) £120 - £180 plus BP* Lot 384 A VICTORIAN PAPIER MACHE TEA CADDY, of rectangular form, the hinged cover with painted and mother of pearl inlaid church decoration, the sides decorated with flowers, two compartments with one lacking knop, on a shaped base, width 21cm x depth 15cm x 12.5cm, in need of restoration, together with a Victorian papier mache writing slope with mother of pearl inlay, gilt decoration to interior, some repairs, width 36.5cm x depth 27cm and a George III rosewood tea caddy of plain rectangular form, the interior fitted with two compartments and central clear glass mixing bowl, width 30cm x depth 15cm x height 15cm (3) (condition: papier mache caddy has a hinge missing and ivory knop finial missing, some wear and chips, the papier mache writing slope has some restorations, the rosewood caddy is not closing flush and the upper edge is warped, some splits in outer case) £60 - £80 plus BP*


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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 387 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY AMBOYNA TEA CADDY, of sarcophagus form, the hinged lid covering the two compartments with turned bone finials, stamped gilt metal lion mask ring handles to the side and on four gilt spherical feet, width 20cm x height 15.5cm x depth 12.5cm, together with a mahogany sarcophagus tea caddy with adapted interior, lacks one ball foot, width 29.5cm x height 17cm x depth 15.5cm (2) (condition: amboyna tea caddy has small veneer repair to top rectangle, lid not closing flush, splits to both sides and gilding is worn, the mahogany caddy has three new lids to the interior and repapered inside the lids, lacks one foot, some stringing and veneer losses) £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 385 Lot 385 A LACQUERED BRASS BINOCULAR MICROSCOPE BY HENRY CROUCH OF LONDON NO.1188, in a fitted walnut case with various lenses, accessories and slides, microscope height without lenses fitted 34.5cm, height of case 40cm, excluding carrying handle, with key (condition: case has a large split to the door) £150 - £250 plus BP* Lot 386 A VICTORIAN PLAYING CARD BOX, the pull off cover printed with a rural scene of a boy wearing a kilt, with dogs and pony, width 16.5cm, containing two complete sets of playing cards by Joseph Hunt & Sons and Woolley & Co of London, together with a miniature tartanware rolling pin, length 17.5cm, a Mauchline Ware circular box, diameter 4.7cm, a late Georgian rectangular mahogany tea caddy with two compartments, width 18cm and a decorative square inlaid work box, 21cm square (5) (condition: tea caddy clasp not fitting into the lock, one finial chipped, faded top, the inlaid box lacking one back foot, doesn’t close completely flush) £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 388 Lot 388 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY WRITING SLOPE, with brass banding and inlay, the hinged lid fitted with tooled red leather stationery compartment and individual days of the week tabs, the base fitted with a fall front writing slope, ink wells and secret compartment enclosing two drawers, with key, width 46cm x height 15.5cm x depth 25.5cm (condition: gilding wear to metal inlay, front and back right hand corners dented, interior ink stained, locking mechanism in working order, baize writing surface in poor condition) £50 - £80 plus BP* Lot 389 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY ROSEWOOD AND BRASS INLAID WRITING SLOPE, fitted interior and with secret compartment containing two drawers, with key, width 45.54cm x height 16cm x depth 25cm, together with a Victorian mahogany and brass bound writing slope, fitted interior, with key, width 35cm x height 14.5cm x depth 23.5cm (2) (condition: rosewood box has patches of veneer loss and the metal inlay has extensive gilding loss, some areas the metal has been filled, interior in need of restoration, locking mechanism in working order, the mahogany slope is in reasonable condition, locking mechanism working, but lacks catch to keep lid slope in place) £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Lot 390 Lot 390 FOUR JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD IVORY OKIMONOS, comprising a figure of a man with a monkey on his shoulder, height 12cm, a man carrying a basket with a boy on his shoulder, height 13cm, a man carrying a hare with a child carrying flowers at his side, bears incised marks to base and white metal plaque verso ‘1897-1922’, height 13cm and man standing on rocks with a child perched on his shoulder, height 16cm, with four wooden stands which are associated (8) (condition: the man with monkey has a break around the raised ankle, the feet have been glued onto the ivory base, old yellow glue is visible, break around the monkey’s arm on the man’s head, man with basket and child, the base can separate from figure and has evidence of dried glue where it has been stuck on at one time, man with hare and boy has evidence of red staining in places, a few tiny nibbles to hare’s ears, man on rocks has a glued wrist and the front section of rock has glued areas, also cracked below his lower foot) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 391 THREE JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD IVORY OKIMONOS, comprising a sectional figure of wood cutter carrying a bundle of sticks and an axe at his feet, height 20cm, figure of wood cutter with an adze over his shoulder and a basket in his hand, height 17.5cm and a figure of a man with a basket at his side, bamboo pole in one hand and a long knife in the other, height 17.5cm, with three wooden stands which are associated (6) (condition: the man with axe at his feet is sectional and is loose at the various joints, some have evidence of old glue especially where feet join the base and bundle of sticks to the back, section of rope missing over the shoulders to the bundle, gap at the back of the waist, the man with the adze over his shoulder has glued repair to keep basket attached to the body, also been glued at feet to base, chip to tied knot at waist, blade of adze split and glued at head to handle, the man with the bamboo stick and knife has glue at the join around back of head to his right ear and under the chin, other glued joins at arms and feet to base) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Lot 392 A COLLECTION OF JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD AND INDIAN IVORY CARVINGS, including a figure group of a man pulling a rickshaw with a lady seated holding a parasol, a.f., length 14.5cm, a group of two oxen pulling an ornately covered carriage, mounted on a plinth, length 13.5cm, an Indian processional elephant with howdah and figures, on a plinth base, length 13cm, a Japanese carving of a small dragon and deity above a pot which is held aloft by an elder with a small grotesque figure at his feet, height 13.5cm, four Japanese figures of elders and a man with boy, height 7cm and other items (parcel) (condition: many pieces with loose or broken parts and glue residue from previous repairs, Japanese figures in fair condition overall) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 393 AN EARLY VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD WRITING SLOPE, mother of pearl inset to the hinged cover, traditional fitted interior in need of restoration, width 27cm x depth 23cm x height 10.5cm, together with a Regency walnut tea caddy of sarcophagus form, the exterior later painted with musical devices, ribbons and baskets of flowers, the interior removed and relined with green fabric, on four gilt metal fruiting vine and lion paw feet, width 28cm x depth 14.5cm x height 17.5cm and a mid 19th Century shaped rectangular Anglo Indian coromandel work box in need of restoration, broken to lid, lacks internal fittings, width 40.5cm x depth 28cm x height 15cm (3) (condition: rosewood writing slope has loose parts, to the interior and broken catches, the tea caddy has been later painted, has no internal fittings, one foot is not level with the others so it rocks on a flat surface, the coromandel work box has broken hinges, surface wear to the box lid and inlay losses to the interior of the lid, no internal fittings, the exterior sides have section missing to one lower edge and splits to the other) £60 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 394 Lot 394 A 19TH CENTURY AFRICAN TRIBAL CARVED HARDWOOD STOOL, the circular seat carved with geometric designs, on ten tapering legs, diameter 34cm x height 21cm (condition: two legs have glued repairs, the circular seat has chips to the edge and some old woodworm damage) £70 - £100 plus BP*


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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 395 A FRENCH AESTHETIC MOVEMENT FOLDING TRIPTYCH MIRROR, the bamboo effect square frame containing two brass framed folding panels each with black and gilt printed paper fronts with designs of cranes in water and Japanese drummers wearing butterfly wings, the gilt metal clasp stamped BREVETE SGDC LB, PATENTED 1876, height 34cm x width 33cm, together with a pair of early 20th Century Falcon Ware cylindrical vases printed and tinted with Japanese style decoration, printed marks, height 25cm (3) (condition: some wear to paper on front mirror and to the mirror plate and backs, gilding wear to vase rims) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 396 Lot 396 A FIRST HALF 20TH CENTURY GERMAN HOLLOW BRONZE BUST OF A GENTLEMAN, cast with receeding hairline and moustache, signed ‘Hermanutz’ to back of the neck, stamped ‘Guss V.A. Brandstetter Munchen’ to the base, mounted on a square black and green granite plinth, overall height 45cm, plinth 19cm square (condition: overall good condition) £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 397 Lot 397 A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH EBONISED, TORTOISESHELL AND BRASS INLAID TABLE TOP LIQUEUR BOX, of domed form, hinged lid and hinged sides openings to reveal a shelf of six gilt glasses, above a lift out tray containing three decanters and nine glasses with space for a further three, the lock mount named ‘TAHAN FT, 30 Rue de la Paix, A Paris’, width 32.5cm x depth 23cm x height 25cm (condition: tortoiseshell inlay missing in places, no key, the handle on the right hand side of the box is missing and both hinged sides show evidence of the handles being moved or replaced due to further holes, three glasses missing, one stopper and one decanter are replacements, all gilding worn from the decanters, one of the stoppers is chipped on the base) £200 - £300 plus BP*

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Lot 398 Lot 398 A LATE VICTORIAN CARVED OAK BRACKET CLOCK, arched brass 16cm (6 1/4’’) dial with silvered chapter ring with Roman numerals, subsidiary slow/fast and chime on eight gongs/chime on four gongs dials to the arch amongst gilt metal scrolls and masks, eight day movement, nine gongs housed in an ornately carved case with moulded top and grotesque telamon and flowers to the front, carved fret panels to the sides, height 57cm x width 35.5cm, with pendulum and key (condition: clock seen and heard striking, a few splits to the case, including the top of the door, both sound frets and damaged silk, back door has dents in pierced brass panel, no key to lock dial door which sits proud to the frame, centre winding hole can wind back, silvering worn in patches on chapter ring) £500 - £700 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 399 A LATE VICTORIAN OAK FRAMED THE HEARTS OF OAK BENEFIT SOCIETY CERTIFICATE, the rectangular frame with arched aperture and blind fret corners surrounding the colour certificate which is named Stephen Clark, No.200306 and dated 1892, overall dimensions 97.5cm x 75cm (condition: overall fair condition, some slight damage towards the back of the frame along the top edge) £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 400 Lot 400 A VICTORIAN OLIVE WOOD GAMES COMPENDIUM, of rectangular form, the hinged lid with an enamelled roundel of playing cards above double doors opening to reveal treen chess pieces, the main section of the box with folded chess board containing four black slate effect card score boards, interior tray fitted with four boxes with an enamel card suit to the lid and draughts, bone and ebony dominoes contained in some boxes, the void with four turned counter bowls and a set of Bancks Brothers (Late Hunt) playing cards, fitted with side carrying handles, the whole on flattened bun feet, width 36cm x depth 27cm x height 21.5cm (condition: some losses and knocks to the bottom edge of the box, repaired split to back right corner, some slight damage to the enamelled areas) £400 - £600 plus BP*

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Lot 401 A 19TH CENTURY CHINESE CANTON TORTOISESHELL NEEDLEWORK BOX, of rectangular form, fitted with small gilt metal handles to the sides, carved with figures in landscapes, on bridges, on horseback, in boats, etc, with faux bamboo borders, the hinged lid lacks the left hand side, the interior fitted with a lift out tray containing covered compartments, bodkin cases, spools and thimble, etc with a void below, width 24cm x depth 15cm x height 10.5cm, with key (condition: section of cover missing, damage to back right corner of lid, lid is lifting on right hand side, glued repairs and glued lids and covers to interior, metal corners to lid interior, splits on bottom corner joins) £150 - £250 plus BP*

Lot 402 Lot 402 A EARLY 19TH CENTURY OVAL PORTRAIT MINIATURE ON IVORY, inscribed on card mount verso ‘Taken by Mr (?) Bass in April 1810, William Paull aged 59 years’, oval 6.5cm x 5cm, framed and glazed, together with another portrait miniature of a gentleman wearing grey wig, books on shelves to the left shoulder, signed ‘Thos Hill’ to the right hand side, 6.8cm x 5.2cm, framed and glazed (2) (condition: both miniatures loose in the frames, no sign of splits, portrait of William Paull has green tinge to face and fault in ground colour by his face) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 403 A CHINESE BLACK LACQUERED AND RED STAINED SOFTWOOD TABLE TOP CABINET, the double doors opening to reveal an arrangement of five drawers, height 33cm x width 32cm x depth 25.5cm (condition: some loss and repairs/restoration, old damage to base, splits, chipped ebonising to side) £40 - £60 plus BP*


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Lot 404 Lot 404 TAXIDERMY, an early 20th Century glazed case containing a red squirrel with an acorn in its mouth, posed on a branch in a naturalistic setting, height 31.5cm x width 31.5cm x depth 12cm (condition: case later painted, squirrel slightly faded) £30 - £40 plus BP*

Lot 406 Lot 406 TAXIDERMY, a pair of Corncrake mounted on a naturalistic oval base, within a rectangular case with four glazed panels, on bracket feet, width 46.5cm x depth 26cm x height 29cm (condition: a small amount of feather loss, bone on base has faint inscription) £70 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 405 Lot 405 TAXIDERMY, a Fox Cub mounted standing on a rectangular oak plinth, overall length 67cm x height 32cm, together with a taxidermy golden pheasant mounted standing on a naturalistic wooden base, length 79.5cm x height 31cm and a taxidermy ferret mounted standing on a bare branch, length 53cm x height 29cm (3) (condition: all three pieces would benefit from cleaning, particularly to the tails and tail feathers) £30 - £50 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 407 AN ANTIQUE MODEL P 53 SMOOTH BORE PERCUSSION MUSKET, the lock is stamped with a Crown and Tower, the 31 1/2’’ barrel bears Birmingham Proof marks together with the bore size of 23 bore, this form of proof marking was in use between 1855 and 1875, the metal work has a light covering of rust, its lock is in working order and its stock is in good condition and it comes together with its original ramrod £80 - £90 plus BP* Lot 408 A .177’’ B.S.A. METEOR MK 1 AIR RIFLE, serial number N37539, it is missing its rear sight and the end cap is missing, it has a light covering of rust over its metal work, it action is in working order (purchaser must be over the age of 18 years) £20 - £25 plus BP* Lot 409 A .177’’ BREAK ACTION SPRING AIR RIFLE, bearing the serial number N878 but no maker’s name, its design features are the same as those encountered in the German Tell Model 2 air rifle manufactured during the 1930’s, its action is in working order and has a light covering of rust over its metal work, barrel length 17 3/4’’ (Purchaser must be over the age of 18 years) £25 - £35 plus BP* Lot 410 A .22’’ B.S.A. AIRSPORTER MK 1, bearing the serial number GA2435 indicating manufacture between 1955 and 1956, it is fitted with a Parker Hale PH10 AS target sight, its action is in working order however there is a section of stock broken off on the front right hand side, its metal work overall has a light covering of rust (Purchaser must be over the age of 18 year) £20 - £25 plus BP*

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Lot 411 A .22’’ B.S.A. AIRSPORTER MK 1, bearing the serial number GB5335 indicating manufacture between 1956 and 1958, its action is in working order and the acid etching on the top of the action is partially visible and retains a percentage of its original finish, it comes with a rifle slip (Purchaser must be over the age of 18 years) £65 - £75 plus BP* Lot 412 A LATE PRODUCTION .22’’ B.S.A AIRSPORTER, bearing the serial number GL29765, its action is in working order and it shown very little signs of usage, it comes in its original factory carton, together with an Inspector’s card and oil tube (Purchaser must over the age of 18 years) £75 - £80 plus BP* Lot 413 A .177’’ G10 AIR PISTOL, serial number 98224856 in near new condition, together a quantity of .22’’, .177’’ air gun pellets and a packet of GAT air gun darts, it comes together with two good quality target rifle bench rests (Purchaser must be over the age of 18 years) £20 - £25 plus BP* Lot 414 A .177’’ B.B. SPANISH EI GAMO AIR PISTOL, serial number 954618 in good condition and working order (Purchaser must be over the age of 18 years) £20 - £25 plus BP* Lot 415 AN AIR SOFT 6MM B.B SIG SAUER P228 SPRING AIR PISTOL, no visible number, it is in good condition and working order, it was made by KHC in Taiwan, it comes in its original carton plus a quantity of BB balls (Purchaser must be over the age of 18 years) £30 - £35 plus BP* Lot 416 A GERMAN .177’’ B.B. UMAREX CO. MODEL WALTHER PPK/S CO2 AIR PISTOL, serial number GL03078, it is good condition and comes in its original carton, plus three Co2 sparklets (Purchaser must be over the age of 18 years) £30 - £40 plus BP*

Lot 417 A RARE .22’’ WEBLEY & SCOTT LTD FIRST MODEL PRE WWII SENIOR AIR PISTOL, bearing the serial number S5801, it was made at the Weaman Street factory between 1930 when this model was first introduced and 1935 when it was replaced by the new model Senior, it lacks a trigger adjustment screw so this was the second variant from the original Senior design, it has a worn overall appearance with light pitting on the frame, it has however retained some of its original blued finish, the barrel is clearly a replacement from a later version of the Senior (Purchaser must be over the age of 18 years) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 418 A GOOD QUALITY JOHN MACNAB 12 BORE CASED CLEANING KIT, consisting of cleaning rod, jag, brush, mop, oil, packet of patches and a packet of VP90 field patches, together with a cased set of four toddy glasses and two glass decanters (2) £35 - £50 plus BP* Lot 419 AN UNUSED EXTREMELY HIGH QUALITY CASED WILLIAM POWELL 12 BORE GUN CARE SET, it includes three turnscrews, cleaning rod and associated jag, phosphor bronze brush, lambs wool mop, case extractor, two snap caps, two oil bottles, a chamber brush and a brush for removing dust, etc from the action £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 420 A .177’’ DIANA MK IV AIR PISTOL, made in Motherwell, in its original box complete with instructions, a quantity of B.S.A targets, some .177’’ pellets, together with a small quantity of both .177’’ and .22’’ darts, the blued action is lightly pitted overall and the stock has lost a quantity of its original varnish, the pistol is in correct working order (Purchaser must be over the age of 18 years) £45 - £55 plus BP*


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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 421 A .22’’ B.S.A. METEOR MK III SUPER AIR RIFLE, serial number TE1960, its rear sight has been removed and it is fitted with a B.S.A. 4 x 20 scope, its serial number indicates it was made between July 1969 and February 1973, there is a loss of a percentage of the japanned black finish on the metal work however it is in correct working order, it comes in a high quality Brady canvas leather trimmed and lamb’s wool lined gun slip, together with a good quality cartridge case, both of which are in excellent condition (2) (Purchasers must be over the age of 18 years) £50 - £60 plus BP* Lot 422 AN EXTREMELY INTERESTING EAR TAGGER DESIGNED TO TATTOO THE EAR OF RACING GREYHOUNDS, aimed at off setting the potential for a dog to change identity between races, it is based on a Webley Tempest air pistol frame where the former barrel becomes the cocking lever, the dog’s ear was placed into the slot at the end of the device and the piston was used to drive a plate carrying a set of pins bearing a unique number through an ink pad leaving a unique number tattooed in its ear, it was designed by an Allen John Douglas and patented in 1989 by Crofts and Assinder Ltd of Birmingham in conjunction with the National Greyhound Racing Club, this specimen is marked ‘Property of the NGRC Serial Number 117’’, interestingly it was never adopted by the National Greyhound Racing Club £70 - £80 plus BP* Lot 423 A GERMAN MADE .22’’ ROHM RG 2S VERTICALLY VENTING BLANK RACE STARTING PISTOL, complete with cartridge loading block, original carton and instructions, it bears no serial number and appears to retain all its original blued finish, these blank firing, pistols were offered for the purpose of historical reenactment or theatrical use in accordance with the provisions of the V.C.R. Act 2006 £35 - £40 plus BP*

Lot 424 A GERMAN MADE .22’’ ROHM RG 2S VERTICALLY VENTING BLANK STARTING PISTOL, complete with cartridge loading block, original carton and cleaning brush, it bears no serial number and appears to retain almost all its original chrome plating, the grips are in white plastic and it comes with a plastic holster, this a minor variant of the above lot, these blank firing pistols were made during the 1960’s, this lot is offered for the purposes of historical re-enactment or theatrical use in accordance with the provisions of the V.C.R. Act 2006 £35 - £40 plus BP* Lot 425 A GERMAN MADE .22’’ WALTHER UP MODEL 2 VERTICALLY VENTING BLANK STARTING PISTOL, complete with cartridge loading block in its original carton, it bears no serial number and appears to retain almost all its original finish, this lot is offered for purposes of historical re-enactment or theatrical use in accordance with the provisions of the V.C.R. Act 2006 £35 - £40 plus BP* Lot 426 AN ITALIAN MODEL MARI .320’’ CENTRE-FIRE BLANK FIRING VERTICALLY VENTING STARTING PISTOL, in its original carton, together with its cartridge loading block and instruction leaflet, it bears no serial number and appears to retain almost all its original finish, this lot is offered for purposes of historical re-enactment or theatrical use in accordance with the provisions of the V.C.R. Act 2006 £35 - £40 plus BP* Lot 427 TWO .22’’ PERFECTA GERMAN MADE BLANK FIRING VERTICALLY VENTING STARTING PISTOLS, the one is chrome plated with white plastic grips, serial number 1261 and the other has a black plated finish with black grips, serial number 263, both appear to have retained almost all of their original finish and have their tubular magazines, this lot is offered for the purposes of historical re-enactment or theatrical use in accordance with the provisions of the V.C.R. Act 2006 £35 - £40 plus BP*

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Lot 428 FOUR .22’’ BLANK FIRING VERTICALLY VENTING STARTING PISTOLS, which utilise sliding cartridge loading blocks, the first bears the motif of a K in the centre of an oval ‘O’ in the centre of its grips and comes with a loading block, the second is a West German EMGE complete with sliding block magazine, it has a loss of finish to the top of the frame, the third is a similar West German EMGE but its action is defective and its loading block is missing, the forth item bears the name Parvia, was made in Czechoslovakia and is also defective, this lot is offered for the purposes of historical reenactment or theatrical use in accordance with the provisions of the V.C.R. Act 2006 (4) £35 - £40 plus BP* Lot 429 A GERMAN MADE. 22’’ ROHM RG 4S VERTICALLY VENTING BLANK STARTING PISTOL, complete with cartridge loading block, it bears no serial number and appears to retain almost all of its original finish, it comes with a replica of the Grand Prix cartridge case in its carton which appears to contain a quantity of after shave lotion, this lot is offered for the purposes of historical re-enactment or theatrical use in accordance with the provisions of the V.C.R. Act 2006 (2) £35 - £40 plus BP* Lot 430 AMMUNITION AND GUN BOOKS, comprising of the 1935 I.C.I Sporting Ammunition catalogue with rexine binding illustrating all the cartridges made by I.C.I. at the peak of its production of variants, the 1960 W.A.G.B.I Wildfowlers magazine, 3rd revised edition of ‘Something about Guns and Shooting’ by Purple Heather published in 1893, ‘Military Breech Loading Rifles’ by V.D. Majendie & C.O. Browne on the Snider, Martini Henry and Boxer ammunition revised edition published in 1973, ‘Weapons & Armour’ by A.J. Barker 1974, ‘Sporting Guns’ by Richard Akehurst published in 1972 and ‘The Pleasure of Guns the intricate and beautiful work of famous gunsmiths Joseph C. Rosa and Robin May’ (7) £30 - £40 plus BP* 67


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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 435 A LARGE CAMOUFLAGED NET IN CARRYING NET, a camouflaged net jacket, a camouflaged net hood/face mask and a pair of leather gloves in a zip up carrier, together with a cartridge bag (parcel) £30 - £35 plus BP*

Lot 431 Lot 431 A GOOD QUALITY LEG OF MUTTON RIFLE CASE, capable to housing a 39’’ rifle in good condition with intact locking strap, together with a good quality leather cartridge magazine, also in good condition (2) £60 - £70 plus BP* Lot 432 A BRADY CANVAS AND LEATHER EDGED SHOTGUN CASE, capable of housing a side by side shotgun with 30’’ barrels with green felt interior, its straps are intact and there is minor wear to the canvas exterior, it comes with a modern rexine covered gun case fitted with three metal catches and a red padded interior, it was designed to accommodate an over and under shotgun with a maximum barrel length of 30’’ (2) £30 - £40 plus BP*

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Lot 436 Lot 436 THREE FISHING RODS, comprising a fibreglass Johnny Walker Model SCW56 overall length 57 1/2’’, a fibreglass Johnny Walker Model SCW66 overall length 64 1/4’’ and a five piece cane rod and reel in need of some repairs (parcel) £20 - £25 plus BP* Lot 437 A QUANTITY OF PLASTIC DECOYS, consisting of two Crows, two Magpies and seven Ducks in two carrying nets £30 - £35 plus BP*

Lot 433 A HIGH QUALITY MODERN LEATHER COVERED SHOTGUN CASE, designed to house a set of barrels with a maximum barrel length of 30’’, it is lined with green felt comes with two keys and shows little evidence of usage, it comes with a modern rexine covered shotgun/rifle case with a red foam padded interior, internal size 53’’ x 8 1/2’’ (2) £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 438 A QUANTITY OF PIGEON DECOYS, consisting of eighteen half body size with pegs (10 of which are still in the original packets retailed by the East Anglia Shooting Products), three full sized pigeon decoys (1 in wood and 2 plastic), a canvas and leather cartridge bag and a camouflaged face/head mask (parcel) £30 - £35 plus BP*

Lot 434 Lot 434 A LEATHER CASE, designed to take a non take down rifle or shotgun which has been relined with red felt and it comes with spare felt to cover any subsequently fitted partitions, its internal size is 43 1/2’’ x 6’’, it comes with a canvas covered shotgun case designed to accommodate a set of side by side maximum length 30’’ barrels, interior has been relined with green felt, it has a worn exterior but its straps are intact (2) £30 - £40 plus BP*

Lot 439 Lot 439 APPROXIMATELY EIGHTY COLLECTOR’S SHOTGUN CARTRIDGES, including an example of an early loading by Hull Cartridge Co. of a Peter’s case, Purdey, Alex Martin, Alexanders Fordingbridge, Anglia Cartridge Co., Bonax by Kynoch, Churchill, Page Wood, etc (Purchaser must be the holder of a vaild shotgun certificate) £20 - £25 plus BP*


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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 440 APPROXIMATELY NINETY FIVE 16 BORE SHOTGUN GAME CARTRIDGES, in paper and plastic cases plus approximately seventy five .410’’ cartridges including examples in 2’’, 2 1/2’’ and 3’’ (Purchaser must be the holder of a valid shotgun certificate) £15 - £20 plus BP* Lot 441 APPROXIMATELY TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY 28 BORE CARTRIDGES, (Purchaser must hold a valid shotgun certificate) £15 - £20 plus BP* Lot 442 THIRTEEN 10 BORE CARTRIDGES AND TWO 8 BORE CARTRIDGES, approximately twenty five 20 bore and at least fifty 9mm Flobert, three boxes of fired shotgun cartridges which are ideal to make up displays (Purchaser must hold a valid shotgun certificate) £15 - £20 plus BP* Lot 443 APPROXIMATELY SEVENTY COLLECTOR’S SHOTGUN CARTRIDGES, including examples of an early loading by Hull Cartridge Co. of a Peter’s case, Knowsley Estate, J.C.B., Holland & Holland Fusilade for I.C.I., Powell, Churchill, Westley Richards etc (Purchaser must be the holder of a valid shotgun certificate) £20 - £25 plus BP* Lot 444 APPROXIMATELY ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY COLLECTOR’S SHOTGUN CARTRIDGES, including examples of Knowsley Estate, Purdey, Churchill, Grant & Lang, Frank Dykes Yellow Wizard, Powell, Westley Richard, Page Wood, Elderkins, Eley Tracer, Deep Shell, etc (Purchaser must hold a valid shotgun certificate) £20 - £25 plus BP*

Lot 445 APPROXIMATELY TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY 12 BORE SHOTGUN CARTRIDGES, including fifty No.5 and No.6 shot 2 1/2’’ paper case with Rosson top wads, Alphamax, Remington UMC Shurshot, Eley Grand Prix, two tracer, Eley Impax, Hull Cartridge, Lichfield Gun Co. and Purdey game loads (Purchaser must hold a valid shotgun certificate) £20 - £25 plus BP* Lot 446 A .22’’ WEBLEY & SCOTT THIRD MODEL SENIOR AIR PISTOL, serial number 2168 in its original carton plus cleaning brush, spare main spring, together with an empty tin for .177’’ of Webley & Scott pellets, the pistol has retained virtually all its original finish and there is only small traces to light rust specks on some sections, it is in correct working order (Purchaser must be over the aged of 18 years) £70 - £80 plus BP* Lot 447 AN ARMEX TARGET LONG BOW, together with approximately thirty arrows plus a canvas bag £15 - £20 plus BP* Lot 448 A MINI CROSSBOW MK-80A3, 80lbs made in Taiwan in its original packaging plus parts of a modern crossbow and a Nikko Stirling Mount Master 3.9x40 telescopic rifle sights, together with its mounting blocks (Purchaser must be over the aged of 18 years) £25 - £30 plus BP* Lot 449 A LARGE QUANTITY (I.E. SEVERAL THOUSAND) OF ‘BB’ PELLETS, mainly black in 8mm £25 - £30 plus BP* Lot 450 THREE 12 BORE WOOL MOP CLEANING RODS, a tin of small brushes and buds for cleaning small arms, a hand protector designed to fit on a set of side by side shotgun barrels, a ramp back sight graduated up to 200 yards, a foresight protector for a rifle and a small quantity of .22’’ air rifle pellets, together with a cased William Powell shotgun maintenance kit consisting of a cleaning rod, a jag, phosphor bronze brush, bristle brush and wool mop, three turnscrews and gold coloured metal oil container £15 - £20 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 454 A .22’’ MODEL STANDARD B.S.A. AIR RIFLE, serial number T553 indicating it was made in 1936, there is a small chip of wood missing from the butt otherwise it is good over condition, the metal work has a light coating of rust but retained a considerable amount of its original finish, plus a William Powell gun slip (Purchaser must be over the age of 18 years) £80 - £90 plus BP* Lot 451 Lot 451 TWO HUNDRED AND THIRTEEN ROUNDS OF I.C.I HIGH VELOCITY SOLID LONG RIFLE CARTRIDGES, one hundred rounds of I.C.I. High Velocity hollow point rifle cartridges, one hundred and forty seven rounds of long rifle Eley I.M.I. Subsonic hollow point cartridges plus approximately one hundred and ninety .22’’ long rifle blank cartridges (The purchaser must hold a current firearms certificate with an appropriate authority or a R.F.D. licence) £15 - £20 plus BP* Lot 452 FIVE FRENCH WALNUT GUN STOCK BLANKS, with waxed ends £25 - £35 plus BP* Lot 453 A 12 BORE GAMBA OVER AND UNDER EJECTOR SHOTGUN, fitted with ventilated 30’’ barrels and single selective trigger, the barrels indicate they were proved in 1990 for standard pressure 850 bar 70mm cartridges, it is fitted with a walnut checkered stock and fore-end, the barrels have retained the majority of their original blue, it comes with a wool lined gun slip, two cleaning rods, four butt caps and a quantity of 12 bore shotgun certificates i.e thirty three Grand Prix, eighteen Eley H.B. Pigeon and nineteen Lyalvale Super Game No.3 shot, the shotgun does not bear the name Gamba but this is what is recorded on its former owner’s Shutgun Certificate) (The purchaser must hold a current Shotgun Certificate or RFD Licence) £150 - £250 plus BP*

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Lot 455 Lot 455 TWO HIGH QUALITY CARTRIDGE BAGS, a canvas and leather wool lined gun slip and 12 bore cartridge belt both bearing Holland & Holland brand markings and a Beretta shooting vest and leggings in good condition and showing little evidence of usage, marked for a 40’’ chest and a .22’’ Modial MODEL 1949 blank firing top venting starting pistol, made in Italy, it is missing its loading block, this lot is offered for purposes of historical re-enactment or theatrical use in accordance with the provisions of the V.C.R. Act 2006 £30 - £40 plus BP* Lot 456 A FOUR GUN SAFE BY SECURITY PRODUCTS, in excellent condition, complete with two keys £30 - £40 plus BP* Lot 457 A BOXED DAN WESSON CO2 BB SIX SHOT 4’’ REVOLVER TYPE AIR GUN, 6mm calibre, serial No.10L13112, with accessories in fitted box, together with five boxed fishing bite alarms (6) (condition: airgun in clean condition, fishing bites need LRV08 batteries, not tested) (Purchaser must be over the age of 18 years) £40 - £60 plus BP*


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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 458 A COLLECTION OF THIRTY FOUR BOTTLES OF RED, WHITE, ROSE AND SPARKLING WINE, from Europe and the New World to include a Lalande de Pomerol, a Chateauneuf du Pape a Baron Phillipe Mouton Cadet and two bottles of a highly rated Canepa Magnificum 1995 from Chile, several of the French wines date from the 1970’s but the majority of the other European and New World wines date from the 1990’s, fill levels are consistent with age and there is no sign of leakage £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 462 Lot 462 ONE CASE OF TWELVE BOTTLES OF CHATEAU ANGLUDET 2008 MARGAUX, recently removed from The Wine Society, the case is unopened £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 463 ONE CASE OF SIX BOTTLES OF CHATEAU ANGLUDET 2009 MARGAUX, recently removed from the Wine Society, the case is unopened £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 464 ONE CASE OF SIX BOTTLES OF CHATEAU ANGLUDET 2009 MARGAUX, recently removed from the Wine Society, the case is unopened £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 459 Lot 459 FOUR BOTTLES OF FINE BORDEAUX WINE, comprising a bottle of Chateau Langoa Barton 1979 Saint Julien Cru Classe en 1855, fill level upper shoulder, a bottle of Chateau Leoville Barton 1974 Saint Julien Cru Classe en 1855, fill level upper shoulder and two bottles of Chateau La Tour Blanche Medoc 1973 and 1974, fill levels low-mid shoulder £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 460 ONE CASE OF TWELVE BOTTLES OF CHATEAU LAGRANGE SAINT JULIEN 2005 GRAND CRU CLASSE EN 1855, fill levels mid neck consistent with year, case opened to verify contents £400 - £500 plus BP* Lot 461 ONE CASE OF TWELVE BOTTLES OF CHATEAU ANGLUDET 2010 MARGAUX, recently removed from The Wine Society, the case is unopened £250 - £300 plus BP*

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Lot 465 ONE CASE OF SIX BOTTLES OF CHATEAU CHASSE SPLEEN 2010 MOULIS CRU EXCEPTIONNEL, recently removed from the Wine Society, the case is unopened £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 466 ONE CASE OF TWELVE BOTTLES OF CHATEAU BATAILLEY 2009 PAUILLAC GRAND CRU CLASSE, recently removed from the Wine Society, the case is unopened £300 - £400 plus BP*

Lot 467 Lot 467 EIGHT BOTTLES OF LACOSTE BORIE 2009 PAUILLAC, fill levels mid - low neck, consistent for year, recently removed from the Wine Society £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 468 TWELVE BOTTLES OF CHATEAU BEAUMONT 2010 HAUTMEDOC CRU BOURGEOIS, fill level mid - low neck, consistent for year, recently removed from The Wine Society £200 - £250 plus BP* Lot 469 TWELVE BOTTLES OF CHATEAU SAINT ESTEVE D’UCHAUX 2009 GRANDE RESERVE COTE DU RHONE, recently removed from The Wine Society £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 470 TWELVE BOTTLES OF CHATEAU SAINT ESTEVE D’UCHAUX 2009 GRANDE RESERVE COTE DU RHONE, recently removed from The Wine Society £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 471 TEN BOTTLES OF VIEUX CHATEAU SAINT ANDRE 2009 FAMILLE BERROUET MONTAGNE SAINT - EMILION, recently removed from The Wine Society £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 472 Lot 472 TWELVE BOTTLES OF FRENCH RED WINE, comprising 8 Bottles of Chateau de la Grave ‘Nectar’ 2010, Cotes de Bourg and four Bottles of Domaine Bernard Gripa Saint - Joseph 2009, Cotes du Rhone, recently removed from The Wine Society £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 473 SIX BOTTLES OF LOUIS ROEDERER CHAMPAGNE BRUT PREMIER, recently removed from The Wine Society, boxed and in pristine condition £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 474 TWO BOTTLES OF FINE FRENCH WINE, comprising a Chateau Siran 1982 Margaux Grand Cru Exceptionnel and a Les Forts de Latour Pauillac 1978, fill levels low neck, seals intact £60 - £100 plus BP*


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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 475 TWO BOTTLES OF LES FORTS DE LATOUR PAUILLAC 1985, fill level low neck, seals intact £100 - £140 plus BP* Lot 476 TWO BOTTLES OF LES FORTS DE LATOUR PAUILLAC 1987, fill level low neck, seals intact £120 - £160 plus BP* Lot 477 A BOTTLE OF DOM PERIGNON CHAMPAGNE, 1996 VINTAGE, in a sealed presentation case £120 - £150 plus BP* Lot 478 TWO BOTTLES OF REMY MARTIN FINE CHAMPAGNE COGNAC V.S.O.P., ‘Qualite Du Centaure’ 70% proof, 24 fl. oz. fill levels mid neck and mid shoulder, seals intact £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 479 Lot 479 THREE BOTTLES OF COGNAC AND A BOTTLE OF GIN, comprising two bottles of T. Hine & Co. V.S.O.P. Vieux Cognac, 70% proof, 24fl. oz. fill levels lower shoulder, one bottle of Courvoisier V.S.O.P. Liqueur Cognac, 70% proof, 24 fl. oz. fill level lower shoulder and one bottle of Booth’s Finest Dry Gin with the Red Lion Trademark, 70% proof, 26 2/3 fl.oz. all seals intact £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 480 TWO BOTTLES OF THOMAS HINE & CO. COGNAC, comprising an XO Cognac ‘Old Reserve’, 40% vol. 70cl. fill level high shoulder, seal intact, in a presentation box and a Hine ‘Rare & Delicate’ Fine Champagne Cognac, 40% vol. 1 Litre in a sealed box £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 481 Lot 481 ONE BOTTLE OF REMY MARTIN FINE CHAMPAGNE COGNAC V.S.O.P., 40% vol. 70cl. fill level upper shoulder, seal intact in a presentation container (some damage) and a bottle of Duroc Napoleon V.S.O.P Brandy, 40% vol. 100cl. fill level mid-low neck, seal intact (2) £30 - £50 plus BP* Lot 482 A COLLECTION OF WINE AND SPIRITS, comprising a bottle of Graham’s LBV Port 1996, fill level mid neck, boxed, a bottle of Champagne de Saint Gall 2000 Millenium (Marks & Spencer) boxed damaged, a bottle of Ron Miel Artemi Honey Rum Licor, 1 litre, a Broadlands Cherry Wine and three bottles of Magno Solera Reserva Brandy, Jerez, fill level high neck (7) £20 - £30 plus BP* Lot 483 A COLLECTION OF WINE AND SPIRITS, comprising a bottle of Courvoisier VS Cognac Three Star 40% vol. 1 litre, a Grand Marnier Liqueur, 40% vol. 1 litre, a L’Enchanteresse Champagne Grand Cru in a sealed box, a Molinari Sambuca Extra, 40% vol. 1 litre, a Bols Apricot Brandy, 20.8% vol. 1 litre and a Roter Weinbergs Pfirsich-Liker, 18% vol. 0.351 L (6) £20 - £30 plus BP* Lot 484 A COLLECTION OF THIRTY ONE BOTTLES OF WINE, SPIRITS AND BEERS, to include a Bas Armagnac (Chateau de Lacaze), a Grand Marnier, a Durhard Barsac, white and English Sparkling wine, a Bells Whisky, Vodka, Martini, Sherry, Liqueurs and Beers £30 - £50 plus BP*

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Lot 485 A COLLECTION OF THIRTY ONE BOTTLES OF WINE, SPIRITS AND BEERS, to include a Bas Armagnac (Ducastaing), a Drambuie Barsac, white and English Sparkling wine, a Grant’s Whisky, Vodka, Martini, Sherry, Liqueurs and Beers £30 - £50 plus BP* Lot 486 THREE BOTTLES OF WHISKY, comprising a Bottle of Dewar’s Scotch Whisky, specially blended on 15th June 1962 to commemorate the opening of their new blending and bottling premises at Inveralmond, Perth (label missing), fill level mid shoulder, a bottle of ‘Dimple’ blended Scotch Whisky, 70% proof, 26 2/3 fl. oz, fill level high shoulder and a bottle of Dalwhinnie 15 year old Single Highland Malt, 43% vol, 70cl. fill level very low shoulder, all seals appear intact £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 487 Lot 487 A BOTTLE OF GLENFIDDICH PURE MALT SCOTCH WHISKY, Limited Centenary Edition specially filled and sealed on Christmas Day 1986 to commemorate 100 years since Glenfiddich first ran from the stills, this bottle is number 06533 of 12000 produced, the bottle is completely sealed in a commemorative box £120 - £180 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 488 A BOTTLE OF EXTREMELY RARE WHISKY, which is an Offilers’ Finest Liqueur Special Reserve Scotch Whisky, bottled by Offilers Brewery Limited, Derby, possibly in the 1940’s or early 1950’s, 70% proof, 26 2/3 fl. ozs, fill level upper shoulder, seal intact £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 489 A BOTTLE OF EXTREMELY RARE WHISKY, which is an Offilers’ Finest Liqueur Special Reserve Scotch Whisky, bottled by Offilers Brewery Limited, Derby, possibly in the 1940’s or early 1950’s, 70% proof, 26 2/3 fl. ozs, fill level midlower neck, seal intact £30 - £50 plus BP*

Lot 490 Lot 490 THREE BOTTLES OF RARE WHISKY, comprising two bottles of Taplows Very Fine Old Scotch Whisky ‘By Appointment To H.M. The King of Sweden’, 70% proof, 26 2/3 fl. ozs, fill levels upper shoulder, seals intact and an opened bottle of The Antiquary De Luxe Old Scotch Whisky (3) £30 - £50 plus BP* Lot 491 FOUR BOTTLES OF WHISKY, comprising a bottle of Tullibardine Single Highland Malt aged 10 years, 40% vol. 70cl, fill level midlow neck, seal intact and boxed, a Bowmore Islay Single Malt aged 12 years, 40% vol. 700ml, fill level low neck, seal intact and boxed, a Johnnie Walker Black Label Extra Special blended whisky, aged 12 years, 40% vol. 70cl, fill level lower shoulder, seal appears intact and a bottle of Jameson Triple Distilled Irish Whiskey, 40% vol. 70cl, seal intact (4) £40 - £60 plus BP*

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Lot 492 Lot 492 A BOTTLE OF SINGLE CASK BOTTLING, SINGLE MALT SCOTCH WHISKY, distilled at the Bruichladdich Distillery in January 1966 and bottled in February 2001, the bottle is one of 228 filled from cask, 40.5% vol. 700ml, fill level low neck, seal intact and boxed £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 493 FOUR BOTTLES OF SINGLE MALT, comprising two bottles of Glenfiddich Pure Malt Scotch Whisky Special Old Reserve, 40% vol. 70cl, fill levels low neck, seals intact and a bottle in a Clans of the Highlands (Cameron) presentation tin, a bottle of Ledaig Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 42% vol. 70cl, fill level low neck, seal intact, boxed and a bottle of Aberlour ‘St. Drostan’s Well’ Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky aged 10 years, 40%vol. 70cl, fill level mid-low neck, seal intact, boxed (4) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 494 FOUR BOTTLES OF SINGLE MALT, comprising a Talisker Skye Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 45.8% vol. 70cl. fill level mid-low neck, seal intact, boxed, an Isle of Jura Single Malt Whisky aged 10 years, 40% vol. 70cl, fill level low neck, seal intact, boxed, a Tobermory Single Malt Scotch Whisky aged 10 years, 40% vol. 70cl, seal intact, boxed and a bottle of Glenfiddich 12 Year Old, 40% vol. 35cl, seal intact, boxed (4) £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 495 Lot 495 TWO BOTTLES OF EXCEPTIONAL SINGLE MALT AND A BOTTLE OF JOHNNIE WALKER BLACK LABEL, (old bottling) comprising a Glenmorangie Port Wood Finish Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, 43% vol. 70cl, fill level mid-low neck, seal intact, boxed, a Bruichladdich Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky aged 10 years, 40% vol. 75cl, fill level low neck, seal intact, boxed and a bottle of Johnnie Walker Extra Special Old Scotch Whisky, 70% proof, 26 2/3 fl. oz, fill level upper shoulder, seal intact (3) £120 - £160 plus BP* Lot 496 FIVE BOTTLES OF BLENDED WHISKY, comprising a J & B Rare Scotch Whisky, 70% proof, 26 2/3 fl. oz. fill level mid-neck, seal intact, a John Begg Blue Cap Old Scotch Whisky, 70% proof 26 2/3 fl. oz, fill level low neck, seal intact, a Grant’s Triple Wood Scotch Whisky, 40% vol. 70cl, fill level low neck, seal intact, a bottle of The Famous Grouse Vintage Malt Whisky 1987 aged 12 years, 40% vol. 70cl, fill level mid-neck, seal intact in a presentation tin and an old bottling of VAT 69, 70% proof, fill level upper shoulder, seal intact (5) £40 - £60 plus BP*


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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 497 FIVE BOTTLES OF WHISKY, comprising a Bushmills Single Malt Irish Whiskey aged 10 years, 40% vol. 700ml, fill level upper shoulder, seal intact and boxed, a bottle of The Real Mackenzie Scotch Whisky, 70% proof, 26 2/3 fl. oz, fill level mid-low neck, seal intact, a bottle of Gilbey’s Black Velvet Canadian Rye Whisky, 70% proof, 25 fl.oz, fill level lower shoulder, seal intact and boxed, a Famous Grouse Scotch Whisky, 70% proof 26 2/3 fl. oz, fill level mid neck, seal intact and a Teacher’s Highland Cream, 40% vol. 70cl, fill level mid-low neck seal intact (5) £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 500 TWO BOTTLES OF SINGLE MALT, comprising a Bunnahabhain Single Islay Malt Scotch Whisky aged 12 years, 40% vol. 1 litre, fill level low neck, seal intact and in a presentation container and a Glenmorangie Single Highland Rare Malt Scotch Whisky, 18 years old, 43% vol. 70cl, fill level lower neck, seal intact and in a presentation box £120 - £160 plus BP*

Lot 499 Lot 499 TWO BOTTLES OF SINGLE MALT, comprising a Bowmore ‘Legend’ Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 40% vol. 70cl, fill level upper shoulder, seal intact, boxed and in a presentation container with a branded whisky glass and a Bowmore ‘Dawn’ Port Casked Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 51.5% vol. 700ml, fill level low neck, seal intact and in a presentation container £120 - £160 plus BP*

Lot 498 Lot 498 A BOTTLE OF LOCH DHU ‘THE BLACK WHISKY’, aged 10 years, 40% vol. 1 Litre, fill level mid-low neck, seal intact and boxed (torn lid) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 500

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Lot 501 TWO BOTTLES OF WHISKY, comprising a Glen Grant Pure Malt Scotch Whisky aged 10 years in oak sherry casks, 40% vol. 70cl, fill level low neck, seal intact and a bottle of DYC Spanish Blended Whisky, 40% vol. 1 litre, fill level mid neck, seal intact £30 - £40 plus BP*

Lot 502 Lot 502 A BOTTLE OF BOWMORE BLUE BUCHAN ISLAY SINGLE MALT, aged 22 years, 43% vol. 70cl, in a blue ceramic decanter and in a beautiful presentation box £350 - £450 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers

Lot 503

Lot 505 Lot 503 A BOTTLE OF BRUICHLADDICH 1970 ISLAY SINGLE MALT SCOTCH WHISKY, 44.2% vol. 70cl, fill level upper shoulder, seal intact and in a presentation container 400 - £600 plus BP* Lot 504 A BOTTLE OF GLENMORANGIE DISTILLERY MANAGER’S CHOICE, a Cask Strength Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, the whisky was laid down on 1st July 1983 in a single first fill ex-bourbon cask No. 5340 and hand bottled on 4th May 2000, this is bottle No. 80, 53.2% vol. 70cl, fill level lower neck, seal intact and in a wood presentation box £400 - £500 plus BP* Lot 505 A BOTTLE OF AUCHENTOSHAN LOWLAND SINGLE MALT SCOTCH WHISKY, Individual Cask Bottling, aged 29 years, distilled on 12th March 1973 in cask No. 793, 55.8% vol. 7ocl, fill level mid-low neck, seal intact and in a presentation box £400 - £500 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 506 THE CULLODEN BOTTLE, A BOTTLE OF GLENMORANGIE SINGLE HIGHLAND MALT SCOTCH WHISKY, vintage 1971, a Special Limited Edition bottling to Commemorate the 250th Anniversary of The Battle, bottle No. 1552 of only 2500 produced, 43% vol. 70cl, fill level upper shoulder, seal intact and in a presentation box with certificate of authentication £1000 - £1200 plus BP* Lot 507 A BOTTLE OF HOUSE OF COMMONS NO.1 SCOTCH WHISKY, 12 years old, signed by Margaret Thatcher, fill level upper shoulder, seal intact, the box which holds the whisky is not an original £50 - £60 plus BP* Lot 508 SEVEN BOTTLES OF NONVINTAGE AND LBV PORT, comprising a Kopke LBV 1980, bottled in 1985, a Royal Oporto LBV 1981, a Smith Woodhouse ‘Old Oporto’ Bicentenary 1984, a Quarles Harris LBV 1982, bottled in 1988, a Smith Woodhouse ‘Old Lodge’ Finest Old Tawny Port, a Finest Hunting Port, produced and bottled by Martinez Gassiot & Co. Ltd and a Club Port shipped by Smith Woodhouse, fill levels vary from mid to low neck generally and all bottle seals are intact, also included in this lot is a bottle of ‘King of Scots’ Rare Old Extra Scotch Whisky, 86% proof £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 506 Lot 509 THREE BOTTLES OF VINTAGE PORT, comprising a Calem Porto from the classic 1977 vintage, a Kopke Quinta St. Luiz from the very good 1970 vintage and a Gould Campbell 1975, bottled and shipped by Smith Woodhouse, ullage consistent with years and all bottle seals are intact £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 509

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 513 THREE BOTTLE OF VINTAGE PORT, comprising a Dow’s 1967 Reserve, bottled in 1978, a Martinez 1970 and a Graham’s Malvedos 1978, bottled in 1980, ullage consistent with year of bottling and all seals intact 120 - £160 plus BP*

Lot 510 Lot 510 THREE BOTTLES OF VINTAGE PORT, comprising a Fonseca Guimaraens 1968, bottled in 1971, a Taylors 1960 and a Taylors 1966, bottled in 1968, ullage consistent with year on the Taylor’s Port and both bottles seals are intact, the seal on the Fonseca bottle is also intact but fill level a little low (low neck) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 511 FIVE BOTTLES OF NONVINTAGE AND LBV PORT, comprising a Taylor’s 1974 Late Bottled Reserve, a Taylor’s 10 Year Old Tawny, bottled in 1986, a Dow’s Commemoration Crusted Port, bottled in 1971, a Late Bottled Vintage 1990, bottled in 1996 for Marks & Spencer and a Quinta Do Infantada Meio-Seco Vintage Character Port, ullage consistent for years, bottle seals are all intact £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 512 Lot 512 THREE BOTTLES OF VINTAGE PORT, comprising a Warre’s 1977, a Royal Oporto 1978 and a Graham’s 1983, bottled in 1985, ullage consistent with year of bottling and all seals intact £70 - £90 plus BP*

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Lot 514 Lot 514 SIX BOTTLES OF NON-VINTAGE PORT, comprising two bottles of Fonseca Bin 27 produced and bottled by Guimaraens Vinhos Oporto, fill levels mid-low neck, a bottle of Warre’s Warrior Special Reserve, fill level high neck, a bottle of Cockburns Fine Ruby Port, fill level low neck, a bottle of Dow’s Fine Tawny Port, fill level low neck and a bottle of The Chairman’s Choice Character Port, fill level mid-neck, all bottles seal intact £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 515 A BOTTLE OF NIEPOORT’S 1978 VINTAGE PORT, bottled in 1980, fill level upper shoulder, seal intact £20 - £30 plus BP* Lot 516 SIX BOTTLES OF NON-VINTAGE AND LBV PORT, comprising two Yates Crusted Port bottled 1989, two Maynard’s 10 year old (20cl bottles), one Cockburn’s 1982 LBV and one Fonseca LBV 1997, all seals intact £20 - £30 plus BP*

Lot 517 Lot 517 TWO BOTTLES OF TAYLOR’S 1977 VINTAGE PORT, ullage consistent for year, seal intact £100 - £120 plus BP* Lot 518 TWO BOTTLES OF TAYLOR’S 1977 VINTAGE PORT, ullage consistent for year, seal intact £100 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 519 Lot 519 FOUR BOTTLES OF KOPKE PORTO 1977, fill level upper shoulder, seals intact £100 - £120 plus BP* Lot 520 TWO BOTTLES OF QUINTA DO NOVAL 1970 VINTAGE PORT, bottled in 1972, shipped and bottled by Simon the Cellarer Ltd, London, fill levels mid-low neck £80 - £120 plus BP*


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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 521 STADLER AFTER ROSENBURG, ‘HIS MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY, GEORGE THE THIRD, IN THE 74TH YEAR OF HIS AGE AND THE 52ND OF HIS REIGN...’, hand coloured and with gilt details, published 1812 by Colnaghi & Co, Cockspur Street, London, 30cm x 21.5cm, framed and glazed (condition: overall age stained with some foxing) £30 - £50 plus BP*

Lot 522 Lot 522 MANNER OF WILLIAM SHAYER (BRITISH 17871879), THE KELP GATHERERS, grey pony and covered cart with four figures on a beach, boats, figures and coastline beyond, oil on canvas, attribution and titled scratched into top stretcher, bears Lot No. for Biddle & Webb Lot 859 March 2005 Fine Art / Prints auction, papered canvas edge inked S.B.F. No.2, 44cm x 59cm (condition: no signature or date visible to front of canvas, checked under UV light, oils have crackled in places, especially upper left hand quarter but no losses, holes or patches noted) £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 523 THOMAS DUDLEY (BRITISH FL.1879-1910), ‘YORK MINSTER. THE EAST END’, with boy seated on a wall by railings watching a man sweeping the street and three other figures walking beyond, watercolour, titled, signed and dated 1885 lower left, 71cm x 48cm, framed and glazed (condition: age staining visible to sky, especially clouds which have yellowed, there is a fine line diagonal mark across a section of the left hand side of the minster and into the top portion of a window) £150 - £200 plus BP*

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Lot 524 Lot 524 WILLIAM A. BREAKSPEARE (BRITISH 1855-1914), ‘GARDE DE LA CHANCELLERIE’, half length portrait of a 17th Century figure wearing a wide brimmed hat, red cape and a flintlock musket over his shoulder, oil on relined canvas, signed lower left, 29.5cm x 19cm (condition: relined canvas, some restoration/touching in is visible under UV light, patches of crackled paint visible, particularly in the upper right quarter of painting) £600 - £800 plus BP*


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Lot 525 Lot 525 M. JOYNER (BRITISH FL.1837-1868), sheep, lambs and a goat in a Highland landscape, loch in the valley below, oil on relined canvas, signed to rock lower left, bears stencil mark ‘4 5 OD Y’, within a gilt gallery frame, 74cm x 125cm (condition: relined canvas, the canvas has extensive crackled paint, stretcher lines visible to the front, loose sections of frame on right hand corner with staff) £600 - £800 plus BP* Lot 526 LATE 19TH CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL, The End of The Gale, Hastings, maritime scene of three masted ships on a stormy sea with white cliffs to the left hand distance, watercolour, indistinctly signed and dated 1890 lower right, titled verso, 50cm x 78cm, framed and glazed (condition: light fading, sky has some age staining to the clouds, several spots of foxing around ships) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 527 HENRY CHARLES FOX R.B.A. (BRITISH 1855-1929), ‘Near Twyford Abbey’, shepherd and sheep on a country lane, church and buildings beyond, watercolour, signed bottom right and indistinctly date, titled to gilt mount, 36.5cm x 26.5cm, framed and glazed (condition: overall good condition, no foxing, staining or tears noted, two light vertical marks) £100 - £150 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 528 JOHN HASSALL (BRITISH 1868-1948), ‘An Old Master L.S.C’, head and shoulders portrait of an elderly gentleman wearing black bow tie, a red ribbon and seal hanging around his neck, watercolour, titled, signed, indistinctly inscribed ‘To The Helenor’? and dated 1908 lower right, unframed, 36.5cm x 26.5cm (condition: corner edges slightly creased/curled, light surface marks) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 529 Lot 529 FRANCIS SKEAT (BRITISH 1909-2000), three watercolour cartoons for stained glass windows, comprising ‘St. Stephens, Bush Hill Park’, dated (19)69, ‘St. Michael and All Angels Church, Hubberholme, Windows at eastern end, S. Wall of Nave’, dated 1969 and ‘St. Giles Church, Edingley. Suggested design for the East Window, to Inch scale’, dated 1964, comes together with a typed letter from Francis Skeat, dated June 17th 1971 which ends’ ‘I enclose a few examples which I thought might interest you’, all items unframed, the designs are mounted on card and the largest measures 27.5cm x 34.5cm (4) (condition: some foxing and staining, card corners have creases, the card mount on the largest cartoon has tears to the coloured ground, the letter has a few holes along the upper left hand side) £40 - £60 plus BP*

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Lot 530 W.R. WHITBY (BRITISH LATE 19TH CENTURY), Mountainous river landscape with waterfall and companion study of waterfall in a gorge, oil on canvas, signed and dated (18)78 lower left and verso, 49.5cm x 39.5cm, gilt slip mounts, glazed and in moulded gilt frames (2) (condition: both oils would benefit from being cleaned, no sign of patches and repairs, signature indistinct to mountainous scene, both have some crazing in the sky, verso canvases show evidence of damp spots) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 531 Lot 531 WILLIAM FRED AUSTIN (BRITISH 1833-1899), ‘Market Place, Derby’, a detailed study of a market day with stalls, vendors, horses and carts and surrounding buildings, watercolour, signed and dated 1894 lower right, titled lower left, 30.5cm x 61.5cm, in a double card mount, framed and glazed (condition: age stained with two darker vertical stained bands in the skyline, faded) £60 - £80 plus BP*


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Lot 532 Lot 532 L.S. LOWRY (BRITISH 18871976), ‘Peel Park, Salford’, a limited edition lithograph print 387/850, signed in pencil to the margin lower right, Fine Art Trade Guild blind stamp lower left, published by Venture Prints of Bristol in 1975, mounted, unframed, approximately 42cm x 79cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) (condition: the print is in very good condition, no sign of fading, no tears, dirty marks to the mount) £3000 - £4000 plus BP* Lot 533 SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT (1880-1969), four signed limited edition prints, to include ‘The Silver Mirror’ 832/851, ‘Cecelia’ 727/750, ‘The Danza Montana’ 422/751 and ‘Variations IV’ 432/850, all with Fine Art Trade Guild blind stamp bottom left, mounted, unframed, largest approximately 51cm x 66cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) (condition: the prints are in very good condition, small creases to the mounts) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Lot 534 SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT (1880-1969), three signed limited edition prints, to include ‘Eve and Yasmin and an Unfinished Picture’ 418/701, ‘A Question of ColourPortovenere’ 750/751, ‘Variations on a Theme’ 423/850, with Fine Art Trade Guild blind stamp bottom left, mounted, unframed, largest approximately 49cm x 63cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) (condition: prints are in very good condition, small creases and dirty marks to the mounts) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 535 SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT (1880-1969), three signed limited edition prints to include ‘Rosa and Marisa’ 182/700, ‘The Nuns Class, La Chariti’ incorrect number, edition size 325 and ‘Group of Idlers’ 119/850, all with Fine Art Trade Guild blind stamp bottom left, largest approximately 52cm x 68cm, mounted, unframed (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) (condition: prints are in very good condition, creases to the corners of the mounts) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 536 Lot 536 HARRY EPWORTH ALLEN (1894-1958), an Irish settlement of low houses with cut peat mounds outside of them, together with a male figure with horse and female figure carrying a pail, signed bottom right, watercolour on paper, mounted, framed and glazed, approximately 29cm x 36cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) (condition: four small spots of foxing otherwise in good condition) £250 - £350 plus BP*


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Lot 538 Lot 537 ROBERT LENKIEWICZ (BRITISH 1941-2002), ‘Bella with The Painter’, a limited edition print 180/550, signed and numbered in pencil, mounted, gilt framed and glazed, approximately 55cm x 54cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This lot) (condition: no visible damage to the print, small marks to the frame) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 538 AUBREY WILLIAMS (GUYANESE /BRITISH1926-1990), ‘Hill In Jamaica’ an impressionistic landscape, signed, titled and dated (19)79 verso and signed lower right, oil on canvas, unframed, approximately 71cm x 116cm, Williams was a founder member of the Caribbean Artists movement in London in 1966) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) (condition: the painting would benefit from a clean) £800 - £1200 plus BP*

Lot 539 Lot 539 ATTRIBUTED TO GARY WRAGG (BRITISH 1946), ‘Triangular Push’, an abstract composition, mixed media on paper, no visible signature, Nicola Jacobs Gallery label verso with artist attribution and title, mounted, framed and glazed, approximately 56cm x 75cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) (condition: dirty marks to the mount, slight damage to the frame) £200 - £300 plus BP*

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Lot 540 Lot 540 WILLIAM JOHNSTONE (BRITISH 1897-1982), an abstract composition in the style of ink splashes, signed bottom right, watercolour on paper, framed, approximately 56cm x 75cm (Provenance: purchased from Christies Glasgow Studio Sale April 1990) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) (condition: small spots of foxing in places, dirty marks to the frame) £100 - £150 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 541 WILLIAM JOHNSTONE (BRITISH 1897-1982), an abstract composition in black and scarlet, signed bottom left, watercolour on paper, framed, approximately 75cm x 55cm (Provenance: purchased from Christies Glasgow Studio Sale, April 1990) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) (condition: dirty marks and slight damage to the frame) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 542 JOHN G. WALKER (BRITISH 1939), ‘Headingly Series’, five versions of the same basic shape, unnumbered artists proof lithographs, signed and dated (19)69 bottom right, unframed, paper size approximately 70cm x 102cm, Walker was nominated for the Turner prize in 1985 (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) (condition: some dirt marks and creases to the margins) £150 - £200 plus BP*

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Lot 543 Lot 543 ROY OXLADE (BRITISH 1929-2014), ‘Artist and Curtain’, an abstract composition, signed and dated (19) 87 with title label verso, oil on canvas, framed, approximately 121cm x 152cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) (condition: some paint loss to the frame) £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 544 PETER RIPPON (BRITISH 1950), ‘Ribec’, abstract blocks of colour, signed, titled and dated (19)79, acrylic collage on canvas, set into a wooden frame, approximately 185cm x 122cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) (condition: slight damage to the frame) £100 - £150 plus BP*

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Lot 545 Lot 545 MALI MORRIS RA (BRITISH 1945), ‘Blue Island’ abstract swathes of colour, signed, titled and dated (19)78 with Nicola Jacobs Gallery label verso, acrylic on canvas, set into a wooden frame, approximately 230cm x 140cm, this painting was Exhibited in the Ikon Gallery in Birmingham in 1979, it appears in a photograph from the Exhibition in the Sam Cornish book titled ‘Mali Morris, Painting’ (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) (condition: would benefit from a clean, small amount of damage to the frame) £600 - £800 plus BP*


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Lot 546 Lot 546 SIMON EDMONDSON (BRITISH 1955), ‘Great Austerity’, a full length study of a man set against a dark brooding backdrop, signed, titled and dated 1986/87 verso, oil on canvas, set into a wooden frame, approximately 223cm x 197cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) (condition: small areas of paint loss near the middle of the painting, dirty marks to the frame) £500 - £800 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 550 JOHN SILVER (BRITISH CONTEMPORARY), ‘Weimaraners’, two dogs beside a stream, signed and dated 2003 bottom right, acrylic on canvas, framed, approximately 59cm x 74cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 547 Lot 547 AN AMERICAN FOLK ART COLLAGE DEPICTING AN AFRICAN AMERICAN MAN AND WOMAN, both are depicted wearing working clothes and are hand in hand, they are boarded by a pair of curtains, framed and glazed, approximately 25cm x 20cm, the picture was given as a gift to the vendor by the American Billionaire Howard Gilman £350 - £450 plus BP* Lot 548 LAWRENCE COULSON (BRITISH 1962), ‘Father and Son’, a limited edition print on board 24/195, depicting a man and child flying a kite in a field, signed bottom right, with certificate, framed, approximately 100cm x 49cm (condition: small dents to frame) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £70 - £100 plus BP* Lot 549 RICHARD ROWAN (BRITISH CONTEMPORARY), ‘Scarlet Sunrise I’, a limited edition silkscreen on glass print 91/195, depicting a dramatic sunrise over water, signed bottom right with certificate, framed, image approximately 33cm x 68cm (condition: dents and small marks to the edge of the frame) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Lot 551 Lot 551 DOUG HYDE (BRITISH CONTEMPORARY) ‘Is It A Bird? Is It A Plane?’, a stylised boy dressed as Superman, limited edition print 82/95, signed, titled and numbered in pencil, with certificate, mounted, framed and glazed, approximately 53cm x 65cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply to This Lot) (condition: no damage) £250 - £300 plus BP* Lot 552 TODD WHITE (AMERICAN 1969), ‘Her First Screen Test’, a limited edition print on canvas 110/195, signed bottom right, framed, approximately 42cm x 72cm (condition: slight damage to frame, no certificate) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 553 ANNA RAZUMOVSKAYA (RUSSIAN CONTEMPORARY), ‘Elegant Muse II’, a limited edition hand embellished print 39/195 of a female figure wearing a dress, signed lower left, framed, approximately 61cm x 46cm (condition: frame damaged) £100 - £150 plus BP*


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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 557 DOUG HYDE (BRITISH CONTEMPORARY), ‘Dancing on Ice’, a limited edition print of dogs ice skating, 17/395, signed, titled and numbered in pencil, with certificate, mounted, frame and glazed, approximately 53cm x 66cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) (condition: dirty marks to frame) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 554 Lot 554 KERRY DARLINGTON (BRITISH 1974), ‘The Little Mermaid’, a limited edition print from The Unique Edition 57/195, three dimensional resin print, signed, with certificate, framed, approximately 44cm x 29cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) (condition: small rubs to back corners of the frame) £200 - £250 plus BP* Lot 555 JACK VETTRIANO (SCOTTISH 1951), ‘The Master Tattooist’, a limited edition print 64/100, signed and titled in Italian, with certificate, mounted, framed and glazed, approximately 24cm x 20cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) (condition: small mark to the frame) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 556 Lot 556 MACKENZIE THORPE (BRITISH CONTEMPORARY), ‘It’s Only A Bee’, a limited edition print of a boy and his dog 54/295, signed, titled and numbered in pencil, mounted, framed and glazed, approximately 38cm x 63cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) (condition: small marks to the frame, no certificate) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 558 Lot 558 TODD WHITE (AMERICAN 1969), ‘Her Satisfied Place’, a limited edition hand embellished print 85/195, signed lower right, framed, approximately 50cm x 76cm (condition: marks to the frame, no certificate) £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 559 JACK VETTRIANO (SCOTTISH 1951), ‘Man of Mystery’, a limited edition print of a man handing a drink to a woman, 94/250, signed bottom right, mounted, framed and glazed, approximately 54cm x 44cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) (condition: slight damage to frame) £150 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 560 Lot 560 MACKENZIE THORPE (BRITISH CONTEMPORARY), ‘Sunday Best’, a limited edition hand finished print 46/295, signed, titled and numbered in pencil, with certificate, mounted, framed and glazed, approximately 72cm x 68cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) (condition: small amounts of damage to frame) £200 - £300 plus BP*

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Lot 561 Lot 561 KERRY DARLINGTON (BRITISH 1974), ‘Romeo and Juliet’, a limited edition three dimensional print 42/150, signed, with certificate, framed, approximately 69cm x 102cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) (condition: rubs to the left edge of the frame) £300 - £400 plus BP*

Lot 562 Lot 562 MACKENZIE THORPE (BRITISH CONTEMPORARY), ‘The Fastest Car In The World’, a limited edition print on board 31/75, signed bottom right, with certificate, framed, approximately 69cm x 105cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) (condition: small mark to bottom edge of frame) £300 - £400 plus BP*

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Lot 563 Lot 563 STANLEY GRIMM (BRITISH 1891-1966), a still life study of a vase of flowers and fruit upon a table, signed and dated 1945 lower left, oil on board, unframed, approximately 61cm x 51cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) (condition: the corners and edges are chipped and worn, scratches to the paint surface, would benefit from a clean) £200 - £250 plus BP* Lot 564 SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT (1880-1969), a catalogue raisonne of Flint’s signed prints, numbered 588/1500, the first 500 are de-luxe editions, quarter bound in black leather with blue card slip case (condition: book is in very good condition, dirty marks to the slip case) £50 - £80 plus BP* Lot 565 SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT (1880-1969), a de-luxe edition catalogue raisonne of Flint’s signed prints from a published edition of 500, quarter bound in blue leather with blue cardboard slip case (condition: the book is in very good condition, dirty marks to the slip case) £70 - £100 plus BP*


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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 569 A LATE VICTORIAN CIRCULAR GYPSY TABLE, the original red velvet top with tapestry border and knotted fabric fringe, on three satinwood bobbin turned legs, diameter 53.5cm x height 67cm (condition: velvet is faded and has splits/worn around the outer edge, tapestry border has losses to the wool and holes, the legs are loose at the join to the top but no sign of repairs) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 566 Lot 566 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CHEST OF FIVE SHORT OVER THREE GRADUATED LONG DRAWERS, moulded rectangular top, turned wooden handles, wooden escutcheons, plinth base, width 126cm x height 113cm x depth 55.5cm (condition: surface scratches to the top, one handle has a chip to the back, some veneer loss) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 567 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY AND INLAID CHEST OF TWO SHORT AND THREE GRADUATED LONG DRAWERS, rectangular top over a frieze inlaid with butterfly and foliate paterae, the drawers fitted with oval stamped brass backplates and swing handles, on ogee bracket feet, width 112.5cm x height 99cm x depth 54.5cm (condition: surface scratches to the top, one foot is missing some height so chest is not sitting level on a flat surface, some veneer and inlay loss, some splits) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 570 Lot 570 A VICTORIAN OAK STOOL OF GOTHIC DESIGN IN THE STYLE OF PUGIN, the rectangular seat with ecclesiastical design tapestry upholstery with tasselled fringe and gilt metal flower head studs, the concave X frame base with quatrefoil to the centre point, united by turned stretchers to the ends, length 69cm x width 56.5cm x height 45cm, Provenance: Oulton Abbey, Stone (condition: tapestry colours good, some small losses to the wool, one stud missing, silk on underside of stool torn) £120 - £180 plus BP* Lot 571 A VICTORIAN OAK STOOL OF GOTHIC DESIGN IN THE STYLE OF PUGIN, with red velvet upholstered padded armrests on chamfered ‘D’ ends with painted metal frame, the rectangular seat with red velvet upholstery, tasselled fringe and gilt metal flower head studs, the concave X frame base with central turned stretcher, length 72cm x depth 47cm x height to seat 47cm, Provenance: Oulton Abbey, Stone (condition: velvet faded and some patches of wear, two legs broken and repaired, in need of restoration) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 568 Lot 568 AN 18TH CENTURY OAK SETTLE, the four panelled rectangular back with bowed arms on block end uprights, box seat with hinged seat section opening to a void above a triple panelled front, on stiles, width 126cm x height 91.5cm x depth 41cm (condition: two of the back panels with splits, seat section has split to hinged panel and gaps to sections either side, some edges well worn) £100 - £150 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 574 AN EARLY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SINGLE DOOR DISPLAY CABINET, the caddy top above glazed sides and door with plain columns flanking astragal glazing and with foliate moulded arching to the top, the interior fitted with three stained pine shelves, on a shaped plinth base, height 167.5cm x width 97cm x depth 49.5cm, with key (condition: cabinet has been later fitted with lighting and has a strip light to the underside of each shelf, the key and lock work, the bottom left hand side of the cabinet has been housed against a damp wall and has patches of white bloom, veneer missing from a few places) £120 - £180 plus BP*

Lot 572 Lot 572 AN EARLY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY WORK TABLE, the rectangular swivel action fold over top above a single drawer and pull out needlework compartment, on baluster shaped dual end supports with fret work decoration to rounded plinths with turned stretcher, flattened bun feet with castors, width 53cm x depth 37cm x height 71cm, with key (condition: one fret work panel has a few losses and splits, general wear commensurate with age and use) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 573 Lot 573 A MID 18TH CENTURY OAK DRESSER, the short raised back fitted with three short drawers and two pigeon holes with fret cut surrounds, the rectangular top with recesses to the back corners for plate rack to sit (plate rack lacking), three deep drawers, the front with brass fret cut escutcheons and back plates with swan neck handles, wavy apron, shaped legs, length 188.5cm x depth 50cm x height 85cm (condition: moulded sections missing to either end of plate rest on the raised back, stains, wear and losses to the end, drawer fronts, feet worn) £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 575 Lot 575 A REGENCY MAHOGANY D FRONTED CHEST OF DRAWERS, the shaped top with ebony stringing, three graduated deep long drawers, turned wooden handles on metal hairy paw feet and later spherical feet to the back, width 101cm x depth 55.5cm x height 95cm (section of veneer loss to back right corner of the top, moulding from drawer fronts missing, surface scratches, marks and splits commensurate with age and use, plyboard back) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 576 A VICTORIAN WALNUT AND MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD, moulded pediment above four panelled doors enclosing shelves, the inverted breakfront base with a frieze drawer above double doors, each with reeded border and moulded oval to the centres, on a plinth style base, width 145cm x depth 53cm x height 168.5cm (condition: section of cornice to left hand side is loose, section of moulding missing to right hand side, the moulding at the same point on the left hand side is standing proud, splits to sides and to section above the drawer, water marks and stains, surface scratches and wear commensurate with age and use) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 577 TWO VICTORIAN OAK CHAPEL BENCHES, plain rectangular tops above shaped ends with trefoil cut aways, lengths 213cm x 175cm x depth 27cm x height 42.5cm, Provenance: Oulton Abbey, Stone (2) (condition: some scuffs and scratches to tops) £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Lot 578 Lot 578 A GEORGE III OAK LONGCASE CLOCK, moulded pediment above the hood door flanked by half doric columns, brass dial with pierced brass spandrels, chapter ring with Arabic and Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, eight day movement, 11 inch/28cm dial named S. Moore, Tewkesbury, plain rectangular trunk door and plinth base, overall height 207cm, with pendulum and weights (condition: overall good condition, some minor chips to case, not seen working) £600 - £800 plus BP*

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Lot 579 Lot 579 A GEORGE III OAK LONGCASE CLOCK, moulded cornice on brass capped doric columns flanking the hood door, brass dial with silvered pierced spandrels, chapter ring with Arabic and Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, eight day movement, 11 1/4’’/28.5cm dial with brass name plaque ‘N. Baker, Hull’, plain trunk door and plinth base, overall height 194.5cm, with pendulum, weights and winding key (condition: some pieces of wood missing to pediment and trunk door, hand missing to seconds dial, name plaque over engraving, not seen working) £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 580 Lot 580 A GEORGE III OAK LONGCASE CLOCK, the broken swan neck pediment with brass rosette mounted scrolls centred by a brass eagle on an orb, with brass capped doric columns flanking the hood door, brass dial with pierced gilt spandrels, chapter ring with Arabic and Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, painted lunar phase mechanism, 12’’/31cm dial named J. Batty, Halifax, the trunk door flanked by quarter columns, on a plinth base, overall height 223cm, with pendulum and weights (condition: split right hand side of plinth and missing kick board, dial has patches of tarnish, other areas of general wear, not seen working) £300 - £500 plus BP*


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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 581 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY FRENCH RECTANGULAR FRUITWOOD DINING TABLE, the top formed of six planks with rounded corners, on four square tapering legs, length 179cm x width 86cm x height 75.7cm (condition: top faded and stained in places, patches of old worm damage, patched repair to one plank) £250 - £350 plus BP*

Lot 584 AN EARLY VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD AND SIMULATED ROSEWOOD TABLE, of rectangular form, rounded corners, on conical end supports to dual plinths with flattened bun feet with castors, length 137.5cm x width 65cm x height 72cm (condition: some minor lighter patches, split to top, veneer slightly lifted around side edges) £120 - £180 plus BP*

Lot 582 Lot 582 A 19TH CENTURY DUTCH FLORAL MARQUETRY DWARF BOMBE COMMODE, two deep drawers, on slender cabriole supports, with brass leaf sabots to the front legs, width 70.5cm x depth 42cm x height 75cm (condition: lacking one handle, lower escutcheons broken, some slight lifting of veneer and splits, especially to left hand side) £150 - £250 plus BP*

Lot 585 Lot 585 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY CHEST OF FOUR GRADUATED LONG DRAWERS, brass swan neck handles with pierced escutcheons, on bracket feet, width 81.5cm x depth 46.5cm x height 84cm (condition: splits to sides, lock loose in top drawer, some staining to drawer fronts, general wear and tear commensurate with age and use) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 586 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY OVAL PEMBROKE TABLE, rounded ends, fitted with a drawer and a dummy drawer, on square tapering legs with spade feet, length 80cm x open length 94cm (condition: water damage to top, one wooden hinged rest is slightly stiff, otherwise general wear and tear commensurate with age and use) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 583 Lot 583 A WILLIAM IV YEW WOOD AND INLAID CIRCULAR OCCASIONAL TABLE, the circular snap top with geometric effect border, on a hexagonal rosewood veneered column and a trefoil base with flattened bun feet, diameter 63cm x height 69cm (condition: some splits to the top and sides, faded base and column, stained feet worn, opening mechanism stiff where wood has swollen) £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 587 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY TRAY TOP TRIPOD TABLE, circular tilt top on a baluster column with cabriole legs, diameter 55cm x height 66.5cm (condition: top has staining and holes where tilt top lock fits below, otherwise general wear and tear commensurate with age and use) £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Lot 588 Lot 588 A LATE 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL WALNUT AND STAINED HALL TABLE, with veined red marble inset top, the egg and dart frieze with central drawer above four carved legs linked by arches, with mythical animal and foliate decoration above fluted supports to the plinth and enclosed back, on four foliate capped hairy paw feet, width 154cm x depth 59.5cm x height 89.5cm (condition: probably lacking a back as may have been cut down on back corners, woodworm damage throughout, wear to the staining, marble cracked and filled on left hand corner, other general wear and tear commensurate with age and use) 100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 589 Lot 589 A MID 19TH CENTURY GILTWOOD OVERMANTEL MIRROR, of rectangular form, the pediment with swag and urn finials flanking an oval frame containing a porcelain plaque painted with a portrait of a late 18th Century lady, laurel leaf and berry swag under, the mirror plate within a beaded frame with fluted and moulded columns and foliate scroll details to the base with an ebonised plinth, height 180cm x width 120cm x height 159cm, mirror plate 148cm x 117cm £800 - £1000 plus BP*

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Lot 590 Lot 590 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY AND ROSEWOOD SOFA TABLE, fitted with two drawers and two dummy drawers to the frieze, rounded drop ends, the whole on lyre end supports to dual scrolled legs with acanthus cast brass caps and casters and with a turned stretcher, extended length 155cm, closed length 98cm x depth 61cm x height 71.5cm (condition: the top has stains and scratches of varying depths, minor veneer loss and lifting, one flap has a small let-in repair, replacement handles) £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 591 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY FRENCH MARQUETY, ROSEWOOD AND KINGSWOOD FOLD OVER CARD TABLE, of rectangular form, the hinged top with rounded front corners inlaid with central urn of fruit surrounded by foliate scrolls and exotic birds, baize lined interior with swivel top revealing compartment for gaming accessories, on four circular tapering fluted legs united by wavy and turned stretchers, width 63cm x depth 42cm x height 77cm (condition: gilding wear to metal mounts around table top and tops of legs, section of metal missing along back edge of table, some surface scratches commensurate with age and use, baize has tears along centre seam and staining, gilded moulding within fluted legs has considerable losses, central metal band to stretcher broken) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 592 A LATE VICTORIAN WALNUT FIRE SCREEN, of rectangular form, fitted with a central gilt metal handle with pull up screen, moulded edge above plain upright to dual cabriole legs with claw feet, the screen recovered with a foliate design fabric, height to top of handle 108cm x width 65cm (condition: some sunlight fading, replacement fabric, splits to upright of inner frame to one side) £30 - £50 plus BP*

Lot 593 Lot 593 A WILLIAM IV ROSEWOOD OCCASIONAL TABLE, the circular top with a moulded pendant frieze, on an inverted conical pedestal terminating in a foliate design, with a triform plinth and three foliate moulded feet, diameter 55.5cm x height 75.5cm (condition: the table top has some ring marks, staining, splits and scratches commensurate with age and use, the pedestal and base in similar condition) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 594 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY TOILET MIRROR, with satinwood and ebony banding, oval mirror on scrolled arms with a serpentine base fitted with three drawers on ogee bracket feet, with key, height 55.5cm x width 47cm (condition: the mirror arms are loose in the joints to the base, right back foot incomplete, locking mechanism works, surface scratches commensurate with age and use, veneer repair to the side of the left mirror arm) £30 - £50 plus BP* Lot 595 AN EARLY VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD OCCASIONAL TABLE, of rectangular form, on a slender tapered cylindrical column with a moulded base, with an X shaped plinth and four foliate carved feet, height 73cm x width 51cm x depth 37.5cm (condition: top slightly sloped and with some splits and surface scratches commensurate with age and use, the petals of the foliate feet have suffered losses over time) £100 - £150 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 598 TWO LATE 19TH CENTURY CHINESE STAINED HARDWOOD JARDINIERE STANDS WITH MARBLE INSET TOPS, the taller of circular form, the smaller of octagonal form, both with beaded edges above foliate designs and on four cabriole legs with X frame stretchers, heights 83cm and 61cm (2) (condition: both stands have water staining to the tops and general splits around the marble centres, wear to the staining particularly on the smaller stand, other wear and tear commensurate with age and use) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 596 Lot 596 A REGENCY ROSEWOOD FOLD OVER CARD TABLE, of rectangular form, rounded corners to the front, the tops swivels to reveal a void, on a pedestal of square form to a rectangular plinth with four scrolled sabre legs with acanthus cast brass caps and casters, width 90.5cm x depth 45cm x height 71.5cm (condition: the top has extensive scratching and dents of varying depths, some liquid damage and sunlight fading, the baize lined interior is heavily stained, the base has a replacement leg to back left, some splits and losses throughout) £120 - £180 plus BP* Lot 599 Lot 599 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY SERPENTINE FOLD OVER CARD TABLE, gate leg action, the frieze with fluting to the ends above the square tapering legs, with similar detail halfway down, on spade feet, width 84cm x depth 42cm x height 75.5cm (condition: the top has twisted slightly to the left leaving a gap on the right hand corner, some surface scratches commensurate with age and use, the green baize interior is split along portions of the centre seam and also has patches of staining, legs have some chips and knocks) £120 - £180 plus BP*

Lot 597 Lot 597 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY TRIPOD TABLE, of circular form, on a baluster and spiral twist pedestal on cabriole legs and pad feet, diameter 68cm x height 70.5cm (condition: the top has been on a tilt mechanism at some point but is now mounted on a block above the pedestal, the top has surface scratches and liquid damage, one leg has a loose section at the base of the pedestal and also evidence of repair towards the foot) £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Lot 600 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY KETTLE STAND IN GEORGE III STYLE, the square top with fret cut gallery (a.f.), with slide under, on square tapering legs to spade feet with brass caps and barrel casters, top 28.5cm square x height 71cm (condition: fret work has sections that are as found, replacement slide) £50 - £80 plus BP*


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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 601 A VICTORIAN OAK CIRCULAR TILT TOP BREAKFAST TABLE, the edge above a single groove above eight slides which are fitted in pairs, on a squat baluster pedestal to three heavy cabriole legs with shell and scroll carved knees, on claw and ball feet, diameter with slides out 159cm x diameter 136cm x height 72cm (condition: the panels of wood along the centre have a slight gap towards the centre is a hole which measures 0.5cm, the top also has stains, indents and surface scratches, commensurate with age and use, the carved claw feet have rough areas and losses especially to the talons due to wear from shoes, etc) £150 - £250 plus BP*

Lot 602 Lot 602 A 19TH CENTURY BIDERMEIER MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD BANDED SIDE TABLE, the shaped rectangular top above a single frieze drawer with a turned wooden handle, on four tapering serpentine legs with decorative scrolling to the top of the front two, linked with a later undertier, width 70.5cm x depth 42cm x height 76.5cm (condition: the top has old splits and some cracks forming to the veneer, as well as scratches commensurate with age and use, some liquid damage marks, some losses to the scrolls above the front legs, the undertier is a later addition, probably Edwardian) £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 603 Lot 603 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY OAK, MAHOGANY BANDED AND INLAID DRESSER AND PLATE RACK, the plate rack with plain cornice and inlaid frieze over four shelves with white painted enclosed back, the breakfront base fitted with an arrangement of six drawers with turned wooden handles, ivory escutcheons, on bracket feet, width 156cm x height 219cm (condition: splits to the top of base, one replacement escutcheon, split to right hand door, the top is stained and old woodworm damage, condition commensurate with age and use) £250 - £350 plus BP*

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Lot 604 Lot 604 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY LOUIS XIV STYLE CARVED AND GILTWOOD FAUTEUILS WITH TAPESTRY UPHOLSTERY AND STUD WORK, the camel top rail above upholstered back, arms and seat, the arms carved with acanthus leaves, anthemion and husks, the serpentine seat fronts with four carved cabriole legs, shell and scroll apron and wavy X frame stretchers, height 108cm, height to seat 41cm (condition: gilding worn in places, tapestry replaced in some areas and incorporating older tapestry sections, one has plain fabric back) £300 - £500 plus BP*

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Lot 605 A VICTORIAN BURR WALNUT PIANO DAVENPORT, fret work gallery above the hidden stationery compartment with two pigeon holes and three small drawers, the sloped front enclosing a pull out writing surface with ratchet back, two drawers, pen rest, ink well and lidded compartment, the moulded and pierced base fitted to the sides with four working drawers and four faux drawers with turned wooden handles, on a shaped plinth with flattened bun feet and castors, height 96cm x width 58cm, with keys (condition: missing section of fretwork to the gallery, lock not working correctly, replacement writing surface, faded in places, otherwise in reasonable condition commensurate with age and use) £800 - £1200 plus BP*


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Lot 606 Lot 606 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY OVAL CHEVAL MIRROR, on ornate carved supports in the form of birds, possibly cranes, on a shaped base with wavy pendant moulding, dual scrolled end and turned supports, overall height 187cm x width 90cm, oval plate 124cm x 58cm (condition: patches of veneer and moulding missing, evidence of restoration in form of cleaning, etc) £500 - £700 plus BP* Lot 607 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY EBONISED WOOD AND PAPIER MACHE WAVY OVAL OCCASIONAL TABLE, printed and painted floral decoration, four turned legs linked by a stretcher, on pad feet, height 49cm x oval length 44.5cm (condition: some wear to ebonised finish) £30 - £50 plus BP*

Lot 608 Lot 608 A LATE 19TH CENTURY CHINESE HARDWOOD ELBOW CHAIR, the serpentine back with pierced scrolling splat, arms and front of base inlaid with foliate engraved mother of pearl, the rectangular seat with recessed centre, on four block legs united by four stretchers, height 96.5cm x width 63cm x height to seat 51cm (condition: overall good condition, some small splits and loose around joints, light surface scratches, some liquid splashes) £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 609 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY AND STAINED BEECH AND CANED CRADLE, lancet arch shaped canopy with two turned finials, on a base with metal rocking brackets and a turned base with two stretchers and dual end supports, height 126cm x length 96cm, together with a Victorian begere rocking chair (2) (condition: some damage to the caning on the back of the canopy) £150 - £180 plus BP*

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Lot 610 A 19TH CENTURY OAK DINING TABLE, of rectangular form, the triple plank top with carved initials/graffiti to the outer planks, on a base formed of four block and baluster turned legs united by a central stretcher and one to each end, length 274cm (9ft) x width 85cm x height 72cm (condition: the table top has splits, holes, carved initials, chips, the underside shows that the top and bottom are a marriage or have been altered over time, main stretcher is loose) £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 611 Lot 611 A 19TH CENTURY YEW WOOD AND ELM WINDSOR CHAIR, the hoop back with pierced vase shaped splat flanked by six graduated spindles to each side, dished seat, on four turned legs linked by crinoline stretcher and two turned stretchers to the back legs, height 87cm x height to seat 42cm (condition: one turned stretcher joint out of crinoline, hole to right hand arm rest where upright joins) £120 - £180 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 612 A 19TH CENTURY YEW WOOD AND ELM WINDSOR CHAIR, the hoop back with pierced vase shaped splat flanked by six turned spindles to each side, dished seat, on four turned legs linked by a crinoline stretcher and two turned stretchers to the back legs, height 90.5cm x height to seat 45.5cm (condition: overall fair condition with some loose joints, old minor splits and a hole to crinoline and a joint) £120 - £180 plus BP* Lot 613 A 19TH CENTURY YEW WOOD AND ELM WINDSOR CHAIR, the hoop back with pierced vase shaped splat flanked by seven turned spindles to each side, the arm rests with scroll over ends supported on turned yew wood uprights, dished seat, on turned legs with ball feet, united by a crinoline stretcher and two turned stretchers to the back legs, height 89cm x height to seat 44cm (condition: lower splat loose in joints and splits, old worm damage to feet) £150 - £250 plus BP*

Lot 614 Lot 614 A 19TH CENTURY YEW WOOD AND ELM WINDSOR CHAIR, the hoop back with pierced vase shaped splat flanked by six turned spindles to each side, the arm rests with turned supports, dished seat on turned legs united by a crinoline stretcher and two turned stretchers to the back legs, height 88cm x height to seat 41cm (condition: holes in arm rests above supports, splits and hole in seat, split in upper splat, split to back of seat, further splits and repairs) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Lot 615 Lot 615 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY WROUGHT IRON AND COPPER FIRE SURROUND, the overhang formed of three spiral twist horizontal bars flanked by dragon’s heads and wings and foliate scrolls above three copper plaques, the fireplace uprights with spiral twist and mushroom finial coat hooks, pierced scroll and urn decoration and baskets for fireside implements or walking sticks, with a pair of freestanding white marble plinths carved with shields to the bases, outer dimensions height 195cm x width 199cm, aperture height 114cm (excluding marble pedestals) x width 147cm, together with a matching wrought iron jardiniere stand, height 125cm (4) (condition: fire surround has rusting throughout, some sections slightly mishapen, scroll in main opening needs reattaching/soldering in two places) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 616 A GEORGE III AND LATER MAHOGANY AND EBONY STRUNG CANTEEN SIDEBOARD, of rectangular form, the top hinged at the sides and opening to reveal an oak cutlery storage compartment, the base fitted with double doors opening to reveal four oak fronted drawers with brass swan neck handles, on square tapering legs with spade feet, in need of restoration, with keys (not original), width 100.5cm x depth 54.5cm x height 89.5cm (condition: in need of restoration, veneer losses and replacements, later additions, cracks and splits throughout) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 617 A GEORGE III AND LATER MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD BANDED FOLD OVER TEA TABLE, of rectangular form, rounded front corners, concertina action, on four cabriole legs with zig zag and scroll carved knees and scalloped feet, width 84.5cm x depth 38.5cm x height 69cm (condition: concertina action has modern repairs and replacements, some patches of veneer loss and repairs, top smiles when closed) £80 - £120 plus BP*


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Lot 618 Lot 618 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY TRIPOD TABLE WITH CIRCULAR PIE CRUST TILT TOP, on a baluster pedestal carved with acanthus leaves, the cabriole legs similarly carved and on claw and ball feet, diameter 90cm x height 71cm (condition: feet have repairs, the top has fading and some stains) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 619 A 17TH CENTURY OAK BOARDED CHEST, the rectangular top and front with simple carved line detail, staple hinges, no lock, cut out end boards, width 99.5cm x depth 37cm x height 51cm (condition: original hinges, top has stains, splits and indentations) £150 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 620 Lot 620 A MID 18TH CENTURY OVAL OAK GATELEG TABLE, two end drawers above wavy apron and baluster and block turned supports, the gatelegs of plain construction with wavy stretchers and block stretchers, oval 126.5cm x 115cm x height 68cm (condition: splits, chips, stains and surface scratches commensurate with age and use) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 621 Lot 621 A MID 19TH CENTURY OAK TABLE IN THE MANNER OF EDWARD WELBY PUGIN (1834-1875), with a replacement rectangular yew wood top above four drawers with brass cup handles, on gothic dual end legs, with arched buttress supports to a plain stretcher, length 236cm x depth 67.5cm x height 76.5cm (provenance: Oulton Abbey, Stone, E.W. Pugin designed the Abbey Church, Gatehouse, Portresses Lodge and Cloisters but designs and commissions for furniture at The Abbey are not known) (condition: one drawer front is a darker colour, there are surface scratches and knocks in the wood, some staining, dovetail in stretcher where table can link to another) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 622 A MID 19TH CENTURY OAK TABLE IN THE MANNER OF EDWARD WELBY PUGIN (18341875), with a replacement rectangular yew wood top above four drawers with brass cup handles, on gothic dual end legs with arched buttress supports to a plain stretcher, length 236cm x depth 67.5cm x height 76.5cm (Provenance: Oulton Abbey, Stone, E.W. Pugin designed the Abbey Church, Gatehouse, Porteress Lodge and Cloisters but designs and commissions for furniture at the Abbey are not known) (condition: some surface scratches and stains to drawer fronts) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 623 A MID 19TH CENTURY OAK TABLE IN THE MANNER OF EDWARD WELBY PUGIN (18341875), with a replacement rectangular yew wood top above five drawers with brass cup handles, on gothic dual end legs with arched buttress supports to a plain stretcher, dovetail in stretcher where it can be joined to another table, length 325.5cm x depth 67.5cm x height 74.5cm (Provenance: Oulton Abbey, Stone, E.W. Pugin designed the Abbey Church, Gatehouse, Porteress Lodge and Cloisters but designs and commissions for furniture at The Abbey are not known) (condition: the top centre is dropping/warping and there are surface scratches) £150 - £200 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 627 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN OAK LOW TRESTLE STYLE BENCHES IN THE MANNER OF EDWARD WELBY PUGIN (1834-1875), single plank tops, each on three shaped legs with trefoil fret cut detail to the end two, length 245cm (Provenance: Oulton Abbey, Stone, E.W. Pugin designed The Abbey Church, Gatehouse, Porteress Lodge and Cloisters but designs and commissions for furniture at The Abbey are not known) (condition: some wear and surface scratches commensurate with age and use) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 624 Lot 624 A MID 19TH CENTURY OAK ABBESS’ TABLE IN THE MANNER OF EDWARD WELBY PUGIN (18341875), possibly later rectangular (yew wood) top, single long drawer with brass cup handles, on gothic dual end legs, length 122cm x depth 60cm x height 77cm (Provenance: Oulton Abbey, Stone, E.W. Pugin designed The Abbey Church, Gatehouse, Porteress Lodge and Cloisters but designs and commissions for furniture at The Abbey are not known) (condition: extensive surface scratches) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 625 A MID 19TH CENTURY OAK TABLE IN THE MANNER OF EDWARD WELBY PUGIN (18341875), with a replacement rectangular cedar top, on gothic dual end legs united by a plain stretcher, length 130cm x depth 67.5cm x height 75.5cm (Provenance: Oulton Abbey, Stone, E.W. Pugin designed The Abbey Church, Gatehouse, Porteress Lodge and Cloisters but designs and commissions for furniture at The Abbey are not known) (condition: surface scratches to the top, evidence of staining) £50 - £80 plus BP*

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Lot 626 Lot 626 A MID 19TH CENTURY OAK CORNER TABLE IN THE MANNER OF EDWARD WELBY PUGIN (18341875), of ‘L’ shaped form with replacement rectangular yew wood tops, the long section fitted with three drawers and a faux drawer front and the short section with two drawers and a faux drawer front, with brass cup handles, on gothic dual end legs with arched buttress supports and linked by plain stretchers, length 213cm x length of short table 135cm x depth 67cm x height 75cm (Provenance: Oulton Abbey, Stone, E.W. Pugin designed The Abbey Church, Gatehouse, Porteress Lodge and Cloisters but designs and commissions for furniture at The Abbey are not known) (condition: surface scratches to the top) £150 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 628 Lot 628 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN OAK LOW TRESTLE STYLE BENCHES IN THE MANNER OF EDWARD WELBY PUGIN (1834-1875), single plank tops, each on three shaped legs, with trefoil fret cut detail to the end two, length 245cm (2) (Provenance: Oulton Abbey, Stone, E.W. Pugin designed The Abbey Church, Gatehouse, Porteress Lodge and Cloisters but designs and commissions for furniture at The Abbey are not known) (condition: one bench top has heavy wear/scratches, looks to have been stored in an outhouse for a period of time) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 629 A VICTORIAN OAK LOW TRESTLE STYLE BENCH IN THE MANNER OF EDWARD WELBY PUGIN (18341875), single plank top, on three shaped legs with trefoil cut detail to the end two, length 336.5cm (Provenance: Oulton Abbey, Stone, E.W. Pugin designed The Abbey Church, Gatehouse, Porteress Lodge and Cloisters but designs and commissions for furniture at The Abbey are not known) (condition: looks to have been stored on an outhouse for sometime, wear commensurate with age and use) £50 - £70 plus BP*


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Lot 630 Lot 630 EON (ELLIOTS OF NEWBURY), a teak drop leaf surfboard table, on cylindrical tapering legs, open length 155cm x depth 88cm x height 71.5cm and four chairs with oatmeal seat pads and shaped backs, stamped to underside (5) (condition: wear and tear, sunlight fading to table top, some water and surface marks, frame solid, wear and tear to chair backs, all frames solid) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 634 A 1950’S CREAM PAINTED ENAMEL KITCHEN WALL MOUNTED CABINET/TABLE, with double tambour doors revealing an open interior, single long drawer, to the right side is a single lever releasing a fold out wooden table with drop down cylindrical supporting legs and single drawer, width 133cm x closed depth 26cm x open depth 98cm x height 114cm x height to table 75.5cm (condition: later overpainted, tambour doors working, lever working, worn table top, drop down legs working) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 635 Lot 635 WILLIAM LAWRENCE OF NOTTINGHAM, a teak sideboard fitted with three central drawers flanked by single and double cupboard doors, with rounded square inset handles, on cylindrical tapering legs, width 198cm x depth 43cm x height 74cm (condition: very good condition) £150 - £180 plus BP* Lot 631 Lot 631 EON (ELLIOTS OF NEWBURY), a 7’4’’ teak sideboard, having triple sliding doors with scalloped handles, the one door revealing three graduated drawers with large circular handles, on open ended U shaped legs, width 221cm x depth 45cm x height 79cm (condition: wear and tear, sunlight fading, frame solid) £150 - £250 plus BP*

Lot 636 MCINTOSH & CO, a tall teak chest of five graduating drawers, with square shaped handles on tapering legs, width 68.5cm x depth 46cm x height 104cm (condition: circular heat mark to top centre, surface scratches) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 632 USM HALLER MODULAR CHROME FRAMED DISPLAY SYSTEM, of four open shelves, width 152cm x depth 37.5cm x height 70cm (condition: some rusting/pitting to chrome, rusting to one panel, two panels missing) £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 633 EICHHOLTZ, a square bevelled glass topped occasional table, on a separate stainless steel X shaped frame with eight sphericals, 65cm square x height 55cm (condition: wear and tear to glass top, missing one plastic glass protector, frame in good condition) £250 - £300 plus BP*

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Lot 637 Lot 637 KURT OSTERVIG FOR JASON MOBLER, a Danish teak surfboard coffee table, on a pair of large sculpted V shaped legs, width 171cm x depth 60cm x height 44cm (condition: very good condition, some sunlight fading to top) £300 - £500 plus BP*


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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 641 FRANK GUILLE FOR AUSTINSUITE, a teak 1960’s sideboard, with double tambour front cupboard doors, flanked by three drawers with square handles on square tapered legs, width 154cm x depth 46cm x height 78.5cm £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 638 Lot 638 JOHANNES ANDERSEN FOR ANDERSEN MOBELFABRIK, a pair of teak 1960’s armchairs with curved back rail, black vinyl back and seat (condition: very good condition, frame solid) £300 - £500 plus BP* Lot 639 JOHANNES ANDERSEN FOR ANDERSEN MOBELFABRIK, a teak 1960’s armchair with curved back rail, black vinyl back and seat, together with 1960’s teak square framed armchair with similar upholstery (2) (condition: very good condition, frames solid) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 640 Lot 640 A WRIGHTON TEAK SIDEBOARD, cupboard doors flanking three central drawers, brass tulip handles on cylindrical tapering legs, width 167.5cm x depth 46cm x height 80cm (condition: surface marks, general wear and tear, one door lock damaged) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 642 Lot 642 LIGNE ROSET, a model ‘Smala’ goya red upholstered sofa bed, the back and sides with adjustable mechanism, on a shaped chrome and metal frame (condition: upholstery in very good condition, frame showing some scuff marks) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 643 A 1960’S TEAK DOUBLE SLIDING DOOR RECORD CABINET, on cylindrical tapering legs, width 76cm x depth 37cm x height 64cm (condition: some surface marks) £20 - £40 plus BP*

Lot 644 Lot 644 KASPER SALTO FOR FRITZ HANSEN, a set of four model KS60 NAP armchairs, marked to underside (condition: like new) £100 - £150 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 648 NILS STRINNING FOR STRING, a tall teak floor standing three section wall shelving system, comprised four metal laddered uprights, fall front record cabinet with eight adjustable slats, ten assorted shelves and twelve additional bespoke shelves and matching single bay wall mounted laddered uprights, width 238cm x depth 30cm x height 216cm (key) (condition: ladders solid and shelves showing wear and chips, record cabinet with chip to one corner, some clips need adjustment) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 645 Lot 645 AN ART DECO BURR WALNUT SIDEBOARD, lipped top flanked by shaped front corners, central breakfront above four drawers, flanked by single cupboard doors with brass shaped handles, width 170cm x depth 75.5cm x height 95cm (condition: recently refurbished with some newer timbers, some veneer lifting a but not severe) £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 646 AUSTINSUITE, a tall teak chest of six graduating drawers with scalloped handles, on cylindrical tapering legs, width 64cm x depth 42cm x height 124cm (condition: very good condition, frame solid) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 647 Lot 647 A DANISH 1960’S/70’S TEAK DOUBLE DOOR CABINET ON STAND, revealing two compartments with beech lined interior and five adjustable shelves, above four various drawers, with brass swan neck handles, width 122cm x depth 43.5cm (key) £100 - £120 plus BP*

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Lot 649 NILS STRINNING FOR STRING, a low teak floor standing three section wall shelving system, comprised of four black painted metal laddered uprights, desk with two drawers, three assorted shelves and eleven additional bespoke shelves, etc, width 239cm x depth 58cm x height 105cm (key) (condition: ladders solid, desk and shelves showing wear and chips, some clips needs adjustment) £50 - £70 plus BP* Lot 650 HERBERT TERRY FOR ANGLE POISE, a red desk lamp (condition: dents to metal work, various paint removed) £20 - £40 plus BP* Lot 651 A PAIR OF TERRANCE CONRAN 1950’S MAC DESK LAMPS, having conical shade, teak arm and domed base (condition: later gilt painted, rewiring to one shade) £30 - £50 plus BP*

Lot 652 Lot 652 GUY ROGERS, a 1960’s Virginia three piece lounge suite, earth colour draylon upholstery, comprising a three seater bed settee, width 207cm and a pair of armchairs (condition: very good condition) (this does not comply with the Furniture and Furnishings (fire) Safety Regulations 1988 and for this reason it should not be used in a private dwelling) £200 - £300 plus BP*


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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 656 A METAMEC BRASS AND TEAK SUNBURST CLOCK, with Arabic numerals, diameter 59cm (condition: good condition) £30 - £40 plus BP*

Lot 653 Lot 653 ARNE VODDER, a Danish 1960’s teak cheval mirror, with a rectangular bevelled edge mirror and a single drawer, height 160cm (condition: water stain to drawer carcass, some other surface marks) £150 - £180 plus BP*

Lot 654 Lot 654 AN ERCOL 1960’S ELM TOPPED REFECTORY TABLE, on four square splayed tapering beech legs, width 153cm x depth 76cm, together with four elm and beech hoop and spindle back chairs (condition: table recently re-stained and frame solid, chairs in good condition, some surface marks) £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 655 A PAIR OF ERCOL 1960’S ELM AND BEECH FIVE SPINDLE BACK COW HORN CHAIRS, (condition: good condition) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 657 Lot 657 A WHITE AND NEWTON 1960’S TEAK SIDEBOARD, with rosewood finish fronts comprising three central drawers, beside double sliding doors and a single cupboard door on four cylindrical tapering legs, width 168.5cm x depth 46cm x height 71cm (condition: very good, frame solid) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 658 A MACKINTOSH STYLE MID 20TH CENTURY METAL DINING TABLE, of a cubed form, green ground, shaped fretwork with a rectangular glass top, width 180cm x depth 90cm x height 73.5cm and four matching chairs with later upholstery (condition: later overpainted, rusting, frame solid) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 659 Lot 659 A PAIR OF ERCOL MODEL 203 ELM AND BEECH SPINDLE BACK WINDSOR ARMCHAIRS, (condition: worn armrests, surface marks, frame solid) (this does not comply with the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) Safety Regulations 1988 and for this reason it should not be used in a private dwelling) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 660 SLATTE GUNGAN, a 1960’s upholstered swivel lounge chair (condition: frame solid) (this does not comply with the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) Safety Regulations 1988 and for reason it should not be used in a private dwelling) £40 - £50 plus BP*

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

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 661 A ILLUM WIKKELSO FOR WESTNOFA STYLE 1960’S THREE PIECE LOUNGE SUITE, swept teak armrests on sculptural legs, covered in turquoise draylon upholstry, comprising three seater settee, width 181cm and a pair of armchairs, width 70cm (condition: upholstery torn and holes showing, worn finish to arm due to wear, frame solid) (this does not comply with the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) Safety Regulations 1988 and for this reason it should not be used in a private dwelling) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 664 Lot 664 GORDON RUSSELL OF BROADWAY, a 1960’s walnut sideboard with two drawers above central double cupboard doors flanked by single cupboard doors with tulip handles, on square tapering legs, width 139.5cm x depth 45.5cm x height 88cm (condition: good condition, some surface marks) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 662 Lot 662 AB ROGERS (1968-PRESENT), a bespoke children’s pod/bed, made out of fibreboard painted with high gloss red, one of an opposing pair (left side pod) made for art dealer Kenny Schachter, the pods were to house desks, T.V’s and mattresses for children, the pod has a single red button which releases a pneumatic hinged escape door, the idea came from when the Kenny’s children AB Rogers pictures of race cars, spaceships and SpongeBob Square Pants to help design the pods, length 235cm x depth 160cm x height 102cm (condition: structure solid, magnetic button working, some edges and corners with lifted gloss revealing fibreboard, the interior with wear and clear usage, overall restoration work is required) £300 - £500 plus BP* Lot 663 GORDON RUSSELL OF BROADWAY, a 1960’s walnut and beech extending dining table, one addition leaf, on square tapering legs, extended width 152.5cm x closed width 116.5cm x depth 78cm x height 75cm and six chairs including two carvers (7) (condition: table top in very good condition, chairs with worn finish, one stud missing to chair, all frames solid) £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Lot 665 GEORGE CARWARDINE FOR ANGLE POISE, a model 1209 grey ground triple spring desk lamp on a square base (condition: paint in good condition, spring mechanism working well) £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 666 Lot 666 A BESPOKE 1960’S/70’S AFROMOSIA TRIPLE DOOR SIDEBOARD, on four tapering legs, width 149.5cm x depth 44.5cm x height 71cm (condition: some water damage, sunlight fading and frame solid) £60 - £80 plus BP*


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BUYING AT AUCTION REGISTRATION Prospective bidders are required to register their details to obtain a bidding number, (paddle). Identification is required in the form of a passport or driving license. Card details are requested for new and overseas buyers and will be verified. References may also be required. Credit and reference checks may also be made. PAYMENT Payment and collection should be made within seven days of the auction by cash, bank transfer, direct debit only (We regret that we are unable to accept payment by credit card to a large increase in costs - we felt it unfair to increase buyers’ premium and penalise customers who do not use credit cards). We no longer accept cheques. All winning bids should be paid for and collected/collection arranged within seven days of the auction. Failure to do so will result in the sale being cancelled and the bidder blacklisted across the auction network. Any purchases not collected/collection arranged within seven days will be moved offsite and incur storage fees of £5 per Lot per day. Overseas payments can only be made by direct bank transfer. DESCRIPTION & ESTIMATE OF LOTS Every effort is made to describe Lots as fairly and as accurately as possible. Descriptions are a matter of opinion only and the potential purchaser is advised to examine for themselves the authenticity of any given Lot. Damage/restoration may be mentioned but if not, does not imply an item is free from damage and/or restoration. Our liability in respect of Lot descriptions is limited. All weights and measurements stated should be regarded as approximate. Pre-sale estimates are intended only as a guide for prospective purchasers. Depending on the degree of competition Lots can realise more or sometimes less than our listed estimates. Estimates and descriptions are subject to revision. CONDITION REPORTS Ample time is allocated prior to the auction to allow prospective purchasers to come and view and satisfy for themselves the condition of any given Lot. However, where this is not possible, we are always happy to advise prospective buyers on the condition of any Lot by email only. This is an opinion only and where possible should be requested in writing in ample time eg email. This service closes the day prior to prior to the auction. Hundreds of enquiries are logged for our sales and therefore enquiries are answered on a first come first served basis and are sent at the enquirer’s risk. IMAGES All images, whether printed in the catalogue or on our websites, remain the property of Richard Winterton Auctioneers and may not be re-produced without prior written consent from us. PROGRESS OF SALE Under normal circumstances, our auctions proceed at around 150-200 Lots per hour.

TELEPHONE BIDS We are happy to arrange phone bids on Lots estimated at over £200 or at our discretion. By making a booking, you will automatically have the opening bid. Bookings can only be taken up to 48 hours prior to the auction and are subject to line availability. Telephone bids are accepted at the senders risk and should be requested in writing. ABSENTEE BIDS AND SALE RESULTS If you are unable to attend the auction, we will be happy to bid on your behalf up to a set amount. Please use the forms available from reception or at the back of a catalogue. Absentee bids should be submitted no later than 9am on the sale morning. We endeavour to buy the Lot as cheaply as is allowed by other bids and reserves if applicable. If your bid(s) is successful, an invoice will be posted or emailed to you on the sale day or you can telephone reception who will be happy to inform clients of sale results. BUYERS’ PREMIUM All bids are charged a buyers’ premium of 20% plus VAT in addition to the ‘hammer’ price. An additional 6% + VAT premium applies to Live Online Bidding. SALEROOM NOTICES It is advisable to check for any notices in the saleroom relating to withdrawn/additional Lots or revised Lot descriptions/guide prices. COLLECTION OF LOTS Lots purchased should be paid for and collected within seven days of the sale. No Lots will be released without cleared funds and a valid invoice slip. Any Lot not collected/collection arranged within seven days of the sale date will incur storage charges at the rate of £5 per Lot per day. STOLEN GOODS & DUE DILIGENCE Richard Winterton Auctioneers Ltd operate a due diligence scheme to help in the prevention in the trade of stolen goods. We co-operate fully with law enforcement agencies in this respect. PARKING & DISABLED ACCESS The Lichfield Auction Centre has ample parking on site and disabled access. ADMISSION TO THE SALEROOM We reserve the right to refuse admission to any of our auctions, without necessarily giving a reason.

CLIENT SERVICES VALUATION DAYS We hold regular free valuation days at locations throughout Staffordshire, The West Midlands and Derbyshire for all antiques, fine art and collectables. We have a network of specialist consultants for areas such as fine wines, pictures, jewellery, watches, modern design, toys, ceramics, cameras, postcards, cigarette cards, sporting memorabilia, antiquarian books, oriental works of art, coins, postage stamps and medals/military memorabilia to name a few. Lichfield Valuation Days The Lichfield Auction Centre, Wood End Lane, Fradley Park, WS13 8NF (Tel 01543 251081)

Coins & Banknotes - Tuesdays 9.30am to 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.

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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”. 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. 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. 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:- £5 per lot entry fee and 18% 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. 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. 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.

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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. 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. 12. The vendor will duly indemnify Richard Winterton Auctioneers Ltd in connection with any goods sold on the vendors behalf. 13. The purchaser shall pay the hammer price together with the buyers premium of 20% plus VAT. 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 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 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. 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.


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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 £900). 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.

GEMSTONE MATTERS DIAMOND AND COLOURED GEMSTONE Unless otherwise stated, all dimensions and estimated weights, any quality assessments attributed to gemstones have been determined without un-setting the stones and are therefore only approximate because of limitations imposed by the mount. Estimated weights are normally calculated by applying standard formulae to the measurements taken. DIAMONDS Where stated, colour assessment has been undertaken against colour comparison stones. The quality assessment system adopted has been based on the diamond grading scale recommended by the GIA (Gemological Institute of America). With the increase in production of synthetic diamonds, particularly in small melee sizes, it has become increasingly difficult to detect and/or identify whether all diamond melee in an item of jewellery are natural, treated or synthetic. Currently, few valuers/auction houses have the necessary equipment to screen out diamonds which might potentially have issues of treatments or origin. The small number that can be successfully screened out still need to be submitted to a laboratory for definitive scientific examination which can be an expensive process, therefore, we may make certain assumptions as to the identity of small melee diamonds. Due to the relatively small size of these stones the valuation is unlikely to be significantly affected by a more accurate identification.

COLOURED GEMSTONES Certain treatments in gemstones are readily acceptable within our jewellery trade and not necessarily detectable because the typical gemstone testing equipment used is not of the same comparison used by a sophisticated gem testing laboratory. These treatments are designed to enhance their appearance, such as heating, oil filing and flux healing. The majority of coloured gemstones and to a lesser degree diamonds, are now routinely subjected to enhancement treatments to improve their appearance and durability and the detection of such treatments usually entails the use of very expensive and sophisticated laboratory equipment. The majority of enhancement practices are now internationally accepted, albeit that not all dealers and/or merchants abide by the recommended policy of disclosure. It should therefore be taken as read that unless specifically stated otherwise any coloured gemstones and fancy coloured diamonds described are as such. PEARLS Unless otherwise stated any item which incorporates pearls has been valued according to the opinion expressed, i.e. cultured, natural. Unless otherwise stated none has been subjected to testing by X-ray to confirm this opinion, unless catalogued with an accompanying laboratory report. Whilst we are reasonably satisfied that all such descriptions are correct, no responsibility can be assumed if subsequent un-setting and testing disproves these opinions. In the event of serious doubt, it is recommended that a report be obtained from a recognised independent gem testing laboratory.

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ABSENTEE BID FORM BID No.

Please bid on my behalf on the following lot(s) up to the price limit shown (in GBP), but otherwise as cheaply as other bids and reserves permit. This is a legal binding bid all items purchased must be paid for and collected within seven days of the sale. I have read and understand Terms & Conditions of sale in the back of the catalogue and agree. BUYERS PREMIUM 20% + VAT AUCTION TITLE AND DATE

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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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