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Furniture & Works of Art Tuesday 24th September 2013


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CLOCKS, WATCHES & SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS Richard Price — 07741 242421 ENGLISH & EUROPEAN CERAMICS & GLASS Clare Durham — 424507 John Axford MRICS ASFAV — 424506 Sophie Lister — 424591 FURNITURE Will Hobbs Gemma Bush Mark Richards Jim Gale JEWELLERY Jonathan Edwards FGAA Marielle Whiting FGA

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PAINTINGS Victor Fauvelle Jo Butler

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Front cover: Lot 5 detail Back cover: Lot 768 detail Catalogue £10.00 (£15.00 by post) Images and a catalogue word search facility are available at www.woolleyandwallis.co.uk


the ProPerty oF Dr AnD Mrs eMAnuel

A PAssion For BeAuty The pieces in this sale represent a journey through nearly sixty years of marriage where two people inherited and bought objects they loved. It was never the intention to form different collections but the pieces show the varied interests and passions shared by Dr. and Mrs Emanuel. During their life together, wherever they were in the country they scoured junk shops and antiques markets in their quest. A particular favourite was Portobello Road and it was during their frequent visits that they made some very close friendships with various dealers, cemented by the generous exchange of knowledge. Mrs Emanuel recalls buying the first Nelson glass picture, aged eighteen in a small antiques shop with her husband to be. The second picture was then bought on their honeymoon, and that was just the start. As with all things it grew and grew, along with their family. Their love of the sea is reflected in the interest in Nelson, which also overflowed into the shipping plates. The flat jugs started as a bit of fun but eventually filled the bathroom walls. Dr and Mrs Emanuel were both the only child and it was through their separate families that they inherited their passion for collecting. When their parents sadly passed away they also inherited the family pieces that their parents had lovingly bought. All the pieces in the sale have their own story to tell and Mrs Emanuel hopes that the story continues and that they bring the same joy to the lives of their new owners. A photograph of the Emanuel’s study c.1965 showing part of their collection of Nelson reverse glass pictures, featured in Homes & Garden magazine, January 1966.

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Lord neLson MeMorABiLiA

1. Four early 19th century Nelson commemorative reverse glass pictures, ‘The Noble Admt. Ld. Nelson, Mortally wounded by a Musket ball, in the moment of brilliant and decisive Victory, over the Combined Fleets of France and Spain. October 21st, 1805. Publish’d Dec. 1st. 1806 by P. Stampa & Son, 74 Leather Lane, London.’ 10¼ x 14in (25.7 x 36cm); ‘A Correct Representation of the Funeral Car which conveyed the Body of Lord Nelson from the Admiralty to St. Pauls, Jany. 9th. 1806.’, London. Published by Feby. 1 1806 by W.B. Walker & Son, 4, Fox & Not Courty. Cow Lane.; ‘A Monumental Tribute of Respect to the Memory of Admiral Lord Nelson who in the moment of Victory gloriously fell fighting for his County on the 21 Octr. 1805.’ pubd. Jany. 20, 1806, by W.B. Walker, Fox & Not Cot. Snow Hill, London.; ‘BRITANNIA, fupporting the PROTECTORS of Peace & Liberty, Publisfh’d Aug. 16. 1802. by P. Garry, 7 Beauchanp, Strt. Brooks Market & P. Stampa, 74 Leather Lane, Holborn.’. (4) £400-600 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel. 2. Four early 19th century Nelson commemorative reverse glass pictures, ‘Admiral Lord Nelson mortally wounded by a Musket Ball in the moment of brilliant and decisive Victory over the combined Fleets of France & Spain Octr. 21. 1805.’, ‘Pubd. 1 Feby. 1 1806. Peter Barnaschina 73, Leather Lane, Holborn.’, 9¾ x 13¾ (24.5 x 35cm); ‘The DEATH & VICTORY of LORD NELSON.’, ‘Pub. Dec. 12, 1805, by I. Hinton, 44 Well St. Oxford St. & no. 10, Fox & Not Court, Cow Lane, London.’; ‘Representation of the BODY of the Late Illuftrious ADMIRAL LORD NELSON laying in STATE in the Painted Hall at Greenwich Hospital.’, ‘London, Published March 14th, 1806. by Stampa & Sons, 74 Leather Lane.’; ‘BRITTANIA’S GLORY’, ‘Pub. Augt. 12, 1806 I.Hinton, 44, Wells Strt. Oxford Strt. London.’. (4) £400-600

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3. Four early 19th century Nelson commemorative reverse glass pictures, ‘The Noble Admiral LORD NELSON fell in the Arms of VICTORY by the wound in his left BREAST from a Musket shot in the memobrable Battle on the 21st Octr. 1805 at CAPE TRAFALGAR off CADIZ.....’ London. publifhed by P. Gally Novr. 25. 1805. No.7. Beauchamp Street, Leather Lane, Holborn. 10¼ x 13¾in (25.8 x 35.2cm); ‘LORD NELSON, LAYING IN STATE.’ Pub. Feb. 24. 1806, by I. Hinton, 44, Wells Strt. Oxford Strt.; ‘BRITANNIA brining her DEAD HERO to BRITANNIA’S SHORE.’, also published by I. Hinton; ‘A Tribute of Gratitude to British Valour and Intrepidity, commemorating the glorious services of Admiral Lord Nelson who fell gloriously fighting for his Country, Octr 21 1805.’, Pubd Feby 1. 1806 by Peter Barnaschina 73 Leather Lane Holborn. (4) £400-600 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

Four early 19th century Nelson commemorative reverse glass pictures, ‘The Death of AD. LD. NELSON. The Monument of AD. LD. NELSON. who Died for his Country.’, ‘Pub. May 18. 1806. by I. Hinton, 44 Wells Strt.’ 9¾ x 13¾ (24.7 x 35.1cm); NEPTUNE drawn by Sea Horses, and preceded by TRITONS. bearing Emblematic Devices, Supporting his favorite Son ADMIRAL LORD NELSON, in his Last Moments.’, ‘ London Published March 14th 1806 by Stampa & Son, 74 Leather Lane.’; ‘THE MAGNIFICENT FUNERAL CAR. Which was Built for the purpose of conveying

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the Remains of Vice Admiral Lord Nelson to St. Paul’s Cathedral, for Interment, on Thursdy. Jany. 9, 1806.’, ‘London Publish’d March 10 1806 by Stampa & Son. 74 Leather Lane.’; ‘BRITANNIA, fupporting the PROTECTORS OF PEACE & LIBERTY.’, ‘London Pubd. June 17. 1814 by P & P Gally 9 Turnmill Street Clerkenwell.’. (4) £400-600 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

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5. Four early 19th century Nelson commemorative reverse glass pictures, ‘ADMIRAL LORD NELSON’ published December 21st 1805 by I. Hinton, 44 top of Wells Street, Oxford Street & No. 10, Fox & Not Court, Cow Lane, 14¼ x 10in (36 x 25.3cm); ‘LORD NELSON COMMANDING THE VICTORY, OCTR 21.1805’, London Pubd. by P.Stampa, 74 Leather Lane, Holborn, Dec 4. 1805; ‘Admiral LD. Nelson, mortally wounded by a Musket Ball, in the ever memorable Victory off Trafalgar, on 27 Oct. 19 Sale of the Enemy, struck their, Colours, 1 blew up in the Action, 13 run away & 4 of them were afterwards captured by Sir Richard Strachan, off Ferrol, 1 Novr 1805’ Pubd Decr 5 1805 by W. B. Walker, Fox & Not Court, Snow Hill, London; ‘DEATH OF LORD NELSON OCTR. 21, 1805. London. Pubd. by P. Stampa, 74 Leather Lane, Holborn. Dec 4. 1805. (4) £400-600 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

6. Four early 19th century Nelson commemorative glass pictures, ‘The Noble Admiral LORD NELSON, falling in the Arms of Victory, by a Mortal wound rec.d from a mufket ball in the left BREAST in the memorable Battle of the 21. of Octr. 1805, at Cape Trafalgar, on board the Ship Victory - his Brave Captn. Hardy, telling his LORDSHIP, that 15 French & Spanisf Ships had ftruck there colours. - And in all, 19, of the Combin’d FLEETS FTRUCK, to our Brave Tars’ London Pub. March 11. 1806, by P. Patriarcha, Leather Lane, 9¾ x 13¾in (25.3 x 35cm); ‘VICTORY conducting PLENTY to the Temple of Peace.’ pub. Augt. 12. 1806 by I. Hinton, 44 Wells Strt. Oxford Strt. London.; ‘VICTORY Discovering to Neptune the Heroes of the British Navy.’ 1803, by I. Hinton, 44 Wells Strt. London.; ‘Britania Weeping for the lofs of Her Much Lamanted HERO ADMIRAL NELSON, & an Officer holding the PALM of MERIT which he so GLORIOUSLY gain’d in Defence of his Country...’, London pub. March 11, 1806, by P. Patriarcha, Leather Lane. (4) £400-600 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

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7. Four early 19th century Nelson commemorative reverse glass pictures, ‘Right Honble. HORATIO NELSON. Duke of Bronte in Naples, Baron Nelson, of the Nile, & of Burnham-Thorpe, in the County of Norfolk, & K.B. Rear Admiral of the Red, &c.’, ‘Published Dec,1,1800, by I. Hinton No. 44, top of Well Street, Oxford Street, London.’, 13¾ x 10in (35.1 x 25.2cm); ‘ADMIRAL NELSON’, ‘Pub. Aug. 1. 1805. by I. Hinton 44 Wells Strt.’; ‘AD. LD. NELSON. AD. Ld. NELSON Giving his last Orders to Capt. Hardy’, ‘Pub. May, 18, 1806, by I. Hinton, 14 Wells Strt.’; ‘A Monumental Tribute of Respect to the Memory of ADMIRAL LORD NELSON who in the moment of Victory gloriously fell fighting for his Country on the 21 Octr. 1805.’, ‘Pubd. Jan. 20. 1806, by W. B. Walker, Fox & Knot Cot., Snow Hill, London.’. (4) £400-500 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

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8. Four early 19th century Nelson commemorative reverse glass pictures, ‘ADMIRAL LORD NELSON giving his last ORDERS to CAP. HARDY of the Victory after he was mortally Wounded, Oct. 21. 1805’, 13¾ x 9½in (34.7 x 24.1cm); ‘The DEATH of ADMIRAL LORD NELSON, Oct. 21. 1805. He Died for his Country.’ both published November 21st 1805 by I. Hinton, 44, Well St. Oxford St. London; ‘Brittannia lamenting the death of Admiral Lord Nelson, Who after a Series of transcendant and heroic Virtues, fell gloriously in his 121st Engagement in the Moment of a Brilliant & Decisive Victory, obtained over the Combined Fleets of France and Spain on the 21st Octr 1805.’ published December 5th 1805 by W. B. Walker, Fox & Knot Cot. Snow Hill, London’ and ‘ADMIRAL LORD COLLINGWOOD’ published November 28th 1805 by I. Hinton, 44 Wells Str. Oxford Str. London. (4) £400-600 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

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9. Six George III reverse glass pictures of Admirals, ‘Sr. Charles Saunders Vice Adml. of the Blue and Lieut. General of His Majesty’s Marine Forces.’ 13¾ x 9¾ (34.7 x 24.6cm); ‘ADMIRAL CORNWALLIS.’, ‘Pub. Aug. 1. 1805, by I. Hinton 44 Wells Strt.’; ‘’The Honble. Augustus Keppel, Commander of His Majesty’s Ship the TORBAY.’ after Joshua Reynolds, ‘Printed for Jno. Bowles & Soon, at the Black Horse in Cornhill.’; ‘The Honble. Sr. EDWD. HAWKE, Knt. of th BATH, Admiral of the Blue.’, ‘Printed for J. Smith at Hogarth’s head, Cheapside 1763.’; ‘ADMIRAL SIR R. I. STRACHAN BART.’, ‘Published Nov. 28, 1805 by I. Hinton, 44 Wells Strt. Oxford Strt. London’; and RearAdmiral Cuthbert Collingwood. (6) £300-400 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

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10. Three early 19th century Nelson commemorative reverse glass pictures, ‘LORD NELSON’S FUNERAL CAR.’ ‘Pub. Feb. 17, 1806, by I. Hinton, 44. Wells Strt. Oxford Strt. London.’, 10 x 14in (25 x 35.5cm); ‘Fame & Britannia Crown’g with Laurels_ the BUST of the glorious & VICTORIOUS HERO NELSON for the distinguish’d & Interesting Services which he has perform’d for the Benefit of his Country_This NOBLE VETERAN having been in more than 121 different engagements by SEA & LAND and succeeded in being VICTORIOUS in more than 100 of them_ And History is Entering his NAME to Immortality.’ ‘London. Published by P. Gally, Novr. 25, 1805, No. 7, Beauchamp Street, Leather Lane, Holborn.’; ‘A Correct Representation of the Funeral Barge which convey’d the Body of the late Lord Nelson from Greenwich to Whitehall, Jany. 8th, 1806’. ‘London Pubd. Septr. 1806, by P. Barnaschina, 32 Baldwin Gardens.’ (3) £300-400 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

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11. Four early 19th century Nelson commemorative reverse glass pictures, ‘ADMIRAL NELSON Falling into the Arms of VICTORY. The Rt. Hon.ble Vice Admiral Lord Viscount NELSON, Duke of Bronte who was mortally WOUNDED by a MUSKET SHOT in the left Breast in the Action of the 21.Oct.1805. off Cape TRAFALGAR, with the Combin’d Fleets of FRANCE & SPAIN, when 19 Sail of the LINE was Take, Sunk or Destroy’d to the GLORY of the BRITISH SAILORS.’ ‘Pub. Dec. 12. 1805 by I. Hinton 44, Wells Strt. Oxford Strt. & No. 10, Fox & Not Court, Cow Lane, London.’ 10 x 13¾in (25 x 35cm); ‘A Correct Representation of the Funeral Car which conveyed the Body of Lord Nelson from the Admiralty to St. Pauls. Jany. 9th, 1806.’, ‘ London. London. Published Feby. 1 1806 by W.B. Waler & Son, 4, Fox & Knot Courty. Cow Lane.’; ‘This MONUMENTAL TRIBUTE of Respect to the Memory of Ad. Ld. NELSON, who in the moment of Victory glorious fell fighting for his Country, is Dedicated to the Navy of Great Britain. ‘Published March 1. 1806. by I. Hinton, No. 44 top of Wells Street, Oxford Street, London.’; ‘A Monumental Tribute of RESPECT, to the Memory of ADMIRAL LORD NELSON, who in the Moment of VICTORY, Gloriously fell, Fighting for his COUNTRY.’, ‘London, Publish’d March 14th 1806, by Stampa & Son, 74, Leather Lane.’. (4) £400-600 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

12. Four George III reverse glass pictures of Royal Navy Admirals, ’The Honble. Edward Boscawen Admiral of the Blue Squadron of His Majesty’s Fleet.’, ‘Sold by Henry Overton at the White Horse Without Newgate & by J.M. Ardell.’, 14 x 10in (35.3 x 25.3cm); ‘The Rt. Honble. George Lord Anson, Baron of Soberton’, after Joshua Reynolds, ‘Published Augt. 8th 1821 by RICHARD H. LAURIE, No. 53 Fleet Street, London.’; ‘The RIGHT HONBLE. RICHARD LORD HOWE.’, ‘LONDON: Publifh’d as the Act directs, 9th Novr. 1777 by JOHN MORRIS, Rathbone Place.’; ‘The Honorable AUGUSTUS KEPPEL Admiral of the Blue & Commander in Chief of a Squadron of Ships.’, ‘LONDON Printed for R. SAYER & J. BENNETT, No. 53 Fleet Street, as the Act directs 1 Sepr. 1778.’. (4) £200-300 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

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13. Four 18th century reverse glass pictures of Royal Navy Admirals, ‘The Honble Edward Vernon Esq. Vice Admiral of the Blue’, ‘J. Bardwell pinxit. J. Faber fecit 1740’, 13¾ x 10in (34.5 x 25.4cm); ‘VICE ADMIRAL SIR CHARLES NAPIER’, ‘SIR CHARLES HARDY.’, ‘RICHARD PARKER, President of the Committee of Delegates tendering the List of Grievances, to Vice Admiral Buckner on Board the Sandwich at the Nore.’, ‘Publish’d July 3rd 1797 by G. Thompson No. 50 Old Bailey and L. Evans No.42, Long Lane, West Smithfield, London.’. (4) £200-300 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

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14. Four George III reverse glass pictures of 18th century Navy Admirals, ‘Sr. GEORGE BRIDGES RODNEY.’ 14 x 10in (35.7 x 25.3cm), ‘Sr. Edward Hawke’, ‘Sold by JOHN EYNON, Map & Printfeller, at y Corner of Castle Alley, Royal Exchange in Threadneedle STREET, LONDON.’; ‘Sr. George Pocock.’, ‘Publish’d March 25th 1762, Printed for John Banks & Son at the Black Horse, Cornhill.’; and an untitled portrait. (4) £200-300 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

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15. A late 18th / early 19th century Herculaneum creamware Nelson plate, the centre printed with a portrait of Lord Horatio Nelson, the back with an impressed mark ‘HERCULANEUM’, 9¾in (24.7cm) diameter. £150-250 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

16. Nelson interest. An early 19th century brown glazed pearlware jug, printed with portraits of Lord Nelson and Lord Collingwood, 5¾in (14.3cm) high, 8in (20.2cm) wide, a pearlware and silver lustre jug, printed with a bust of Lord Nelson, the reverse with a list of the fleet, with the number of guns, a moulded pearlware jug and a green glazed oval plaque. (4) £200-300 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

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17. Nelson interest. A 19th century brown glazed and silver lustre pottery bust of Lord Nelson, 8¾in (22cm) high, a parian bust of Nelson after John Flaxman, the reverse impressed 'R & L' for Robinson and Leadbetter; a Derby porcelain bust of Nelson, the base with his dates, three Staffordshire pottery models, two titled 'Death of Nelson'; a Samson bowl in the Nelson Service pattern; and a porcelain mug with an applied bisque bust of Wellington, titled. (8) £150-250 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel. 16

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18. Nelson interest. After René Charles Massé (1855-1913). Two spelter figures of Lord Nelson and the Duke of Wellington, the bases titled 'WATERLOO' and 'TRAFALGAR' and signed 'Ch Massé', 17½in (44.3cm) high; two miniature cast iron fireplaces, one decorated with two profile portrait busts, one of Nelson with initials 'H & N', the other with a recumbent lion surmount; an enamel patch box, the lid painted a portrait of Lord Nelson; two other enamel boxes, a brass pipe tamper, a souvenir from H.M.S. Victory paperweight and a spelter Nelson medallion on anchor mount. (10) £150-250 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

19. Nelson interest: Three 19th century reverse glass pictures, 'The Ever-to-be Lament'd DEATH of LORD NELSON, Who was Shot by a Mufket Ball in the Brave & GLORIOUS VICTORY over the Combin'e Fleets, of FRANCE & SPAIN, NEAR Cape Trafalgar Oct. 21. 1805', 8½ x 6½in (21.2 x 16cm), 'LORD NELSON'S FUNERAL CAR', 'A Monumental Design to perpetuate the Memory of Lord Nelson who Fell Octr. 21 1805', 'Pub. June 1, 1806 by P. Barnaschina, 43 Leather Lane, Holborn'; 'Genealogical Tree of British Naval Victors', etching and coloured aquatint, designed by H. Innes and engraved by James Egan, 'London, 1841, Published by I. W. Laird, 1 Leadenhall Street', 24¼ x 18in (61.7 x 45.5cm), in a bird's eye maple frame; a cut-paper picture engraved with a profile bust of Nelson, 'TRAFALGAR, COPENHAGEN, THE NILE', with a mirror back; a collage picture of Nelson, with printed and silkwork elements; a Pears print 'SALUTING THE ADMIRAL', a mirror picture engraved 'H.M.S. Victory' and a pencil sketch of Nelson, signed 'J. W. Devis'. (9) £200-300 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

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20. Literature. A small collection of books and auction catalogues relating to Lord Nelson, to include: L. P. Le Quesne 'Nelson Commemorated in Glass Pictures'; Sotheby's 'Trafalagar, Nelson and the Napoleonic Wars including The Matcham Collection', London, 5th October; Sotheby's 'Nelson: The Alexander Davison Collection', London, 21st October 2002. (12) £100-200 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

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21. Literature. A small collection of books relating to antiques, to include: L. P. Le Quesne 'Nelson Commemorated in Glass Pictures'; John C. Baker 'Sunderland Pottery', John Michael Tomlinson 'Derbyshire Black Marble', Christie's 'The Robert Strauss Collection of Works of Art by Carl Fabergé', London, 9th March, 1976; 'Sowerby, Gateshead Glass'. (12) £10-20 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

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22. Five late 18th / early 19th century reverse glass pictures, ‘NEPTUNE introducing the Four Quarters of the World to COMMERCE’, ‘Pub. March 14, 1803 by I. Hinton 44, Wells Strt. Oxford Strt. London.’ 7¼ x 9¼in (18.4 x 23.4cm); ‘The ACTIVE PRIVATEER pafsing TILBURY with a FRESH BREEZE’, ‘Published March 19th 1796, by Haines & Son. Rolls Buildings London’; ‘BRITANNIA’S Glory Fame proclaiming PEACE’ ‘Pub. March 14, 1803, by. I. Hinton, 44, Wells Strt. Oxford Strt. London.’; ‘CHARITY’, ‘Published Sep. 1. 1804, by I. Hinton, 44, Wells Strt. Oxford Strt.’; ‘ADMIRAL LORD COLLINGWOOD, receiving the French & Spanish ADMIRALS SWORDS. on Board the Rt. Sovereign after the GLORIOUS VICTORY.’, ‘Pub. Decr. 16.1805, by P. Patriarcha, Leather Lane, London.’. (5) £150-200 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

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23. Five Victorian reverse painted glass pictures, including a view of Nelson’s Monument, Yarmouth, Norfolk; a view of Pembroke Castle, two landscape views and one of cattle, 14½ x 22¼ (36.7 x 56.4cm), all framed. (5) £80-120 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel. 24. A 19th century reverse glass silhouette picture of U.S.S. Perseverense, 10¾ x 13¼in (27.3 x 33.9cm), in a bird’s eye maple frame, together with an early 19th century etched mirror picture of 1st rate of the line, possibly the Victory by J. Pye, signed to the top right, in a gilt frame. (2) £200-300 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

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25. A late 18th century century continental reverse glass picture, still life of an urn of flowers and a dead bird on a plinth, 13¼ x 10½in (33.7 x 26.7cm), in an ebonised and gilt frame, together with two other reverse glass pictures one of an urn of flowers the other depicting a pigeon. (3) £300-400 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

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26. Six Victorian reverse glass pictures, of five ballooning scenes together with a landscape picture, 19½ x 23½in (49.5 x 59.5cm) max., in stained wood frames. (6) £100-200 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel. 27. Six Victorian glass pictures, depicting Queen Victoria and Prince Albert in various pursuits, in stained wood frames. (6) £100-200 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel. 28. A German silhouette by J. C. Weinrauch (1765-1846), behind a bevelled glass front, the bust of a gentleman within a gilt rondel flanked by a cherub and literary symbols, on a pink fabric ground, signed ‘J. C. Wein’r auch del’, late 18th / early 19th century, 3½ x 2¾in (8.8 x 6.9cm). £80-120

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λ 29. Two Victorian reverse glass pictures of Birmingham, depicting a view of Aston Hall in 1859 when Queen Victoria visited, 23½ x 19½in (59.8 x 49.5cm) in a stained wood frame and a view of St. Martins church in the Bullring, in a rosewood frame. (2) £80-120 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel. 30. Three 19th century reverse glass silhouettes, depicting 18th century interior scenes, 14¾ x 20¼ (37.5 x 51.5cm) max., each framed. (3) £150-200 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel. 28

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31. A collection of Italian Venetian latticino glass by Salviati, comprising: twenty-five glass bowls with stands, 7¼in (18.5cm) wide, a glass ewer with a dragon handle, 14¼in (36cm) high, a pair of similar goblets and a leaf shape bonbon dish, four tazze, nine miniature vessels comprising: six glasses with conical bowls and three cylindrical beakers one with a sea creature handle, 2½in (5.7cm) high, all late 19th century. (67) £600-800 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel. Bought by Dr. Wolff from Stabilimento D.R A. Salviati, Venezia, 31st May, 1889. To be sold with the original receipt.

32. A pair of Victorian pressed green glass chimney ornaments in the form of recumbent hounds, 4in (10cm) high, 6½in (16.3cm) wide, together with a smaller pair of lions and two bottles with stoppers, marked ‘YG CO’ and ‘MA AN EX’. (6) £100-200 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

33. A 19th century Clichy paperweight, decorated with coloured canes including a pink and green rose cane, 3in (7.6cm) wide, a paperweight decorated with two dolphins, a large green glass dump weight, 6in (15cm) high, 6½in (16.5cm) diameter, together with two other dump weights, one with a stopper. (5) £200-300 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel. 31 receipt

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34. A collection of Victorian opaline turquoise glass, including: baskets, jars and stoppers, a pair of scent bottles with gilt brass mounts the lids with printed views, an egg scent bottle, small plates and a jug. (32) £100-200 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

35. A collection of Victorian opaline turquoise glass, including: a cornucopia with a gilt metal rams head on a marble base, a table lamp, a large campana shape urn, vases, a goblet, a tankard, a vase of flowers under a glass dome. (13) £100-200

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36. A small collection of glassware, including two water jugs, four smaller jugs, a pair of cut glass salts and a low vase, early 18th century and later, 9½in (24.2cm) high, max. (9) £50-100 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

37. A Baccarat glass figural candlestick, modelled with a cherub holding a torch, the base with moulded mark ‘BACCARAT’, 20th century, 10in (25.2cm) high, together with two Portieux moulded glass figural candlesticks, one with a mermaid stem, the other with an acrobatic harlequin figure, both marked ‘PORTIEUX’. (3) £100-150 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel..

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38. A Victorian Nailsea glass frigger in the form of a three masted ship, with crew and another vessel, under a glass dome, 15¼in (38.7cm) high, 11½ (29.3cm) wide. £80-120 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

39. A 19th century glass paperweight with a sulphide double portrait of Queen Victoria and Albert, possibly Clichy, 3in (7.3cm) wide, together with a similar paperweight with a sulphide portrait bust of Nelson, 2¾in (6.7cm) wide and a cut glass decanter stopper with a profile bust of George III, the reverse with the death of wolfe, inscribed ‘Marchant Inv F’, 2¾in (6.9cm) high. (3) £150-250 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

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41. Arctic interest. A 19th century Copeland earthenware dinner plate from the wardroom of H.M.S. Discovery, the printed garter with a polar bear, ‘ARCTIC EXPEDITION 1875’, the reverse with an impressed mark ‘COPELAND’ and with printed marks ‘DISCOVERY’, 10½in (26.3cm) diameter. £200-300 This plate was part of a service made by Copeland for the Ward room of H.M.S. Discovery one of two ships used in Sir George Strong Nares failed attempt on the North Pole in 1875. Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

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40. Antarctic interest. A Doulton earthenware scalloped edge plate from the wardroom of H.M.S. Discovery, with a gilt edge and blue band, marked ‘DISCOVERY ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION 1901’ with a penguin garter, the reverse with green printed Doulton Burslem mark ‘Rd. No. 72067’, 9in (23cm) wide. £200-300 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

42. An early 19th century Flight, Barr & Barr Worcester porcelain armorial plate, decorated with the arms of the New East India Company and the motto ‘AUSPICIO REGIS ET SENATUS ANGLIAE’, printed and impressed marks, 9¾in (24.7cm) diameter, a Spode felspar porcelain armorial plate, also with the arms and mott of the New East India Company, printed puce marks and ‘THE LONDON’, a Chamberlain’s Worcester porcelain plate, the centre decorated Admiral Duncan’s family crest with the motto ‘DISCE PATI’, puce mark and a Samson porcelain charger in the ‘Nelson Service’ pattern, early 20th century. (4) £300-400 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel. 43. An early 19th century Flight, Barr & Barr Worcester porcelain armorial plate, painted with the arms of the Nabob of Oude, with a pair of tigers holding flags and fish the centre with initials ‘NGH’, the revers with impressed and printed marks, with a paper label ‘Worcester Plate, Nabob of Oude. Bought from Goode, July 1910.’, 10¼in (26cm) wide, together with a Coalport pattern plate painted with the Royal Coat of Arms, within a turquoise border, the reverse with several labels ‘WORCESTER CHINA’, ‘Pattern Plate made for H.M. KING GEORGE IV on his accession in 1820.’ also ‘C.W.W.’ for Charles Wentworth Waas. (2) £300-400

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The Nabob of Oude plate is illustrated in Henry Sandon’s Flight & Barr Worcester, page 118, illustration 108. The George IV pattern plate was formerly in the collection of Charles Wentworth Waas and his collection of Armorial china was exhibited at Thomas Goode & Co. South Audley Street in 1898. Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel. 44. Two early 19th century Spode china crested plates for use on the Royal George, from the yacht service made for the Prince Regent, decorated with the Royal cypher and an anchor, one plate has an oak and acorn border, the other with a laurel border, iron red Spode marks to underside, 9¾in (24.5cm) diameter. (2) £300-400 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel. 45. A 19th century Copeland bone china plate for the Royal Yacht, with a scalloped edge and painted with blue and gilt scrolls the centre with the Royal Garter inscribed ‘HONI SOIT QUI MAL Y PENSE’, printed puce mark ‘MANUFAC’D by DANIELL, 129 NEW BOND ST.’, paper label for ‘JAMES BLEWITT BOXTED HALL, COLCHESTER’, 10in diameter, a Mintons earthenware plate inscribed ‘VICTORIA & ALBERT, H.M. YACHT’, impressed ‘MINTONS’ and printed ‘LEADLESS GLAZE CROWN AND GLOBE ENGLAND’; ‘PHEBE, ROYAL YACHT SQUADRON’ a bone china shaped dish, with gilt borders, an

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earthenware plate decorated the Prince of Wales’ plumes, the reverse printed ‘PRINCE OF WALES B H’ and with a registration lozenge; and a Mason’s Patent Ironstone plate £200-300 the centre printed ‘BRITANNIA’. (5) Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.


46. A collection of 19th century shipping earthenware and china plates and dishes, including: a meat plate for ‘DUNDEE, PERTH & LONDON SHIPPING COMPANY’ 21in (53.2cm) wide, a miniature pearlware and pink lustre plate for the ‘GREAT WESTERN STEAM SHIP’, a Davenport bowl for the ‘AFRICAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY’, other lines include: ‘ORIENT LINE OF ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIP’, ‘NORTH & SOUTH SHIELDS STEAM FERRY’, ‘ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKET COMP’Y’ and a pearlware plate decorated with roses and thistles ‘THE ROBERT BRUCE’. (18) £100-200 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

47. A collection of 19th century blue and white earthenware Royal Navy Mess plates, ‘MESS 6’ with rope and chain borders, impressed ‘10’; ‘MESS No. 11’, with port landscape vignettes and Naval trophies; ‘MESS No. 26’, the reverse with an impressed ‘Crown patent’ and printed mark ‘THE GEM’; ‘MESS No. 25’ and ‘MESS No. 18’ both with busts of Queen Victoria and with sailors; ‘MESS 11’, with rope and anchor border with flowers and leaves; ‘MESS 1’, printed mark ‘B.T.P. Co.’; ‘MESS 4’, unmarked; ‘MESS No. 3 MORGAN’, ship vignettes, flowers and naval trophies, ‘Crown’ impressed mark, ‘MESS No. 41’, King portrait bust with sailors, printed mark ‘H&T’; ‘ROYAL NAVY MESS No. 25’, printed mark ‘FLETCHER & MILLER’, CHINA, GLASS & GENERAL HARDWARE WAREHOUSE, BUTCHER St. PORTSEA’; ‘MARINE’, impressed ‘IRONSTONE’ and printed Davenport mark, ‘PER MARE PER TERRAM, R M A, SERGEANTS MESS’, impressed mark ‘WEDGWOOD’; ‘JUNIOR UNITED SERVICE CLUB’, impressed ‘REAL IRONSTONE CHINA’, printed mark ‘SHARPUS & Co. 13 COCKSPUR ST. LONDON.’. (14) £200-300 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

48. General Gordon interest. A collection of commemorative memorabilia relating to Major-General Charles Gordon, including: three Staffordshire pottery models standing, on horseback and on a camel, bases, titled, 17¼in (43.6cm) high, a clay pipe, a black glass ink bottle, rectangular earthenware plate, printed a portrait of General Gordon, titled in gilt, the reverse impressed ‘BRISTOL XX’, a pair of cast iron flatback chimney ornaments, a pottery tobacco jar and cover the base impressed ‘B C 368’, two Doulton Lambeth stoneware jugs and a pearlware jug, 19th century. (12) £300-500 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

49. A pair of Victorian Copeland parian bust of Miranda and Ophelia, sculpted by W. C. Marshall for the Crystal Palace Art Union, impressed marks, 11in (27.7cm) high, a Minton parian bust of the young Queen Victoria, sculpted by C. Marochette, signed with impressed marks, a terracotta bust of a lady by Josh Pitts, 1864 and a parian bust of a lady, unmarked. (5) £300-400

50. A collection of seventeen ceramic spill vases, including a pair by Copeland, 19th century and later, 6¾in (17.3cm) high, max. together with a 19th century pearlware urn on stand decorated with ‘THE AILING FOOT’, 7¾in (19.4cm) high. (19) £300-400 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

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51. A Victorian pottery janus head jar on stand, modelled with a portrait bust of Prince Albert, 9in (22.5cm) high, 7in (17.7cm) wide. (2) £80-120 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel. 52. A 19th century papier-mâché table cabinet, inlaid mother of pearl and painted with flowers, the hinged top revealing divisions and two pin cushions above a pair doors enclosing two long drawers, each with divisions the top drawer plush lined for jewellery the other originally with a writing slope, with four further drawers around an arched pigeon hole, with gilt decoration, 15½in (39.3cm) high, 13¼in (33.3cm) wide, 10½in (26.6cm) deep. £150-200 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

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53. A 19th century horn snuff box with an applied shield engraved with a ship and titled 'KIRKWALL', 2½in (6.4cm) wide, two brass snuff boxes one engraved with a man on a bicycle, inscribed 'Modern Prophecy', the other in the form of satchel inscribed 'TALLY HO', a brass box in the form of an oval urn the lid with a butterfly on a leaf by 'HUTTON & CO. LONDON' with a registration lozenge, two copper snuff boxes with applied coins, an oval box with a lion finial and a Windsor souvenir paperweight. (8) £100-200

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54. A 19th century French papier-mâché fan box, with a paper label inscribed 'AUX FABRICANTS REUNIS, ARTICLES DEPARTS M. ROUX 19, Rue de la Chaussès 19, à MAURICE', 12¼in (31cm) wide, together with six papier-mâché snuff boxes, one painted with a cat's head, one with three tall ships, one with grenadiers, the others inlaid with mother of pearl. (7) £100-200 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel. 55. A 19th century Italian carved marble mortar, with rams’ head lifts, the body decorated with classical figures, a chariot drawn by horses and Hebe and the eagle, 5¾in (14.5cm) high, 9in (22.7cm) wide. £150-200 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel. 56. An Austrian cold painted bronze group of two acrobatic cats, faint numbers to base, late 19th / early 20th century, 3¾in (9.3cm) high. £50-70

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57. A 19th century Berlin woolwork picture of a spaniel, seated on a stool with a parrot, 25½ x 28in (65 x 71cm) in a glazed gilt composition frame. £100-150 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

λ 58. Two Victorian Berlin woolwork pictures, of a young girl with her dog and two puppies, 21½ x 24½in (54.5 x 62cm) in a glazed gilt frame and a one of putto within a floral border, in a glazed rosewood frame. (2) £100-200 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

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λ 59. A George IV rosewood and brass marquetry card table, 29¼in (74.2cm) high, 36in (91.4cm) wide, 17¾in (45cm) deep. £500-800 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel. 60. An early 19th century Italian giltwood wall mirror, with three rectangular plates to a guilloche frame surmounted by two ho-ho birds and Hercules, within a ribbon tied laurel wreath, 73 x 31in (185.3 x 78.8cm). £500-700

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62. A Victorian walnut nursing chair, with a tapestry upholstered back and seat on ceramic castors. £100-200 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel. 63. A Victorian carved walnut stool, with a tapestry upholstered seat, 15¼in (38.7cm) high, 21½in (54.7cm) wide, 21¼in (54cm) deep. £100-200 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

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64. An early 19th century giltwood overmantel mirror, with five rectangular plates divided by Corinthian capital columns, the cornice hung with tassels and with a carved eagle surmount, 52½in (133cm) high, 46¼in (117.5cm) wide. £300-500 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

65. A Regency mahogany serpentine commode, the top with canted corners above three drawers with later oval brass plate handles, 36¾in (93.4cm) high, 43¼in (110cm) wide, 23½in (59.7cm) deep. £600-800 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

66. A late 18th century mahogany card table, with inlaid stringing and a frieze drawer, 29in (73.6cm) high, 36in (91.5cm) wide, 17¾in (45cm) deep. £100-200

67. A mahogany bowfront chest, the top with later stringing, early 19th century and later, 40¾in (103.5cm) high, 43in (109.2cm) wide, 21in (53.3cm) deep. £100-200

Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

68. A George III oak dresser, with spice drawers above frieze drawers and three pairs of panel cupboard doors, 39¾in (101cm) high, 79in (200.6cm) wide, 19¾in (50.2cm) deep. £400-600 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

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70. A 17th century oak panelled chest, 27in (68.5cm) high, 45¾in (116cm) wide, 20in (51cm) deep. £80-120 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

69. A giltwood and gesso convex mirror, with an eagle surmount,19th century and later, 41 x 21½in (104 x 54.5cm). £300-400 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

71. A William IV mahogany Pembroke table, with a frieze drawer, 28½in (72.5cm) high, 20¾in (52.7cm) wide, closed, 35¾in (91cm) deep. £100-150 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

72. A large early 19th century giltwood and gesso convex mirror, with a replaced urn surmount, 31in (78.6cm) diameter £400-600

73. A William IV simulated rosewood scroll end window seat, with a squab cushion, 23¾in (60.3cm) high, 53in (134.6cm) wide, 17¾in (45cm) deep. £400-600

Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

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74. A Tekke Turkmen chuval, Turkmenistan, c.1900, 31 x 47in (79 x 120cm) and a Bergama rug, west Anatolia, modern. (2) £100-150

76. A pair of late 19th century French Sevres style porcelain urns and covers, with gilt metal mounts, painted with panels of flowers and a young boy and girl, 12in (30.3cm) high, 6in (15.2cm) wide. (2) £200-300

Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

77. A pair of 19th century French gilt brass five light candelabra, in a form of a urn issuing flowers, some of the petals in turquoise glass, the triform base with portrait medallions, 30¼in (76.8cm) high, 19¾in (50cm) wide. (2) £300-500 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

75. Two Bergama rugs, west Anatolia, modern, 73 x 51in (186 x 130cm) and a Kars Kazak rug, east Anatolia, modern. (3) £200-300

78. A Victorian earthenware novelty hunting umbrella / stickstand, in the form of a pair of riding boots, on a horseshoe base, the base numbered ‘10426’ and with a registration lozenge for 22nd May 1883, 21½in (54.6cm) high, 9½in (24cm) wide. £100-150

Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

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79. A 19th century bronze model of a recumbent greyhound, on a marble base, 4in (10cm) high, 6½in (16.1cm) wide. £300-400 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

80. A 19th century bronze model of a recumbent greyhound, on a naturalistic base and a recatngular plinth, 8¾in (22.3cm) high, 14in (35.5cm) wide, 5½in (13.7cm) deep. £600-1,000 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

81. A pair of early Victorian gilt plaster and brass greyhound candlesticks, hung with cut glass lustres and on marble bases, 9in (23cm) high, 7in (17.8cm) wide. (2) £200-300 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

82. A large Victorian cast iron flatback model of a lion, 13¾in (35cm) high, 28¼in (71.8cm) wide, together with a pair of Victorian cast iron models of the Medici lions, after Vacca, 6½in (16.3cm) high, 9¼in (23.5cm) wide. (3) £200-300 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

83. A late Victorian ebonised parcel gilt and amboyna book table, with a revolving centre, 29½in (75cm) high, 21in (53.3cm) wide. £200-300 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

84. A 19th century French giltwood and marble swing frame toilet mirror, 28½in (72.4cm) high, 22½in (57cm) wide. £50-100 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

85. A mahogany occasional table, the replaced pine top with a penwork still life, on a George IV base, 19¼in (49cm) high, 16in (40.6cm) wide and an hexagonal pedestal workbox with a hinged lid and frieze drawer, 21in (53.3cm) high. (2) £100-150 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

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87 86. A late Victorian mahogany and parcel gilt overmantel mirror, 79 x 61in (200.6 x 155cm). £300-500 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel. 87. A 19th century giltwood and gesso overmantel mirror, with three rectangular bevelled plates to a ribbed outer frame, 25 x 60¾in (63.5 x 154.1cm). £150-250 86

Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel. 88. A late Victorian giltwood and gesso overmantel mirror, with an egg and dart border, 65 x 60½in (165 x 153.6cm). £300-400 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel. 89. A George III mahogany dressing table mirror, 22in (56cm) high, 16in (40.6cm) wide, 7¾in (90.7cm) deep. £60-100 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel. 90. A Victorian giltwood and gesso overmantel mirror, with a bevelled plate and a laurel leaf border, 72 x 68½in (183 x 174cm). £400-500 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

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91. A pair of 19th century continental oak panels, relief carved with a man wearing a cloak and holding a quill and a scroll, the other with a lady, each within an arch with leaf spandrels, 12¾ x 7¾in (32 x 19.5cm). (2) £100-200 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

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92. Four Victorian hand coloured aquatints of pigeons after D. Wolstenholme, ‘PORTRAIT OF A POUT-ER’, ‘PORTRAIT OF A BLACK MOTTLE’, ‘PORTRAIT OF A BEAR’ and ‘PORTRAIT OF A BALD HEAD’, ‘Humbly Dedicated to the Gentlemen of the Feather Club by their Obedient Humble Servant, JNO. M. EATON’, ‘London: Published Decr. 8 1852, by JNO. M. EATON, 7, ISLINGTON GREEN’, each in a glazed, arched, gilt and ebonised frame, 17 x 12¼in (43 x 31cm). (4) £100-150

93. A glass and brass mounted three light hall lantern, with etched decoration to the ‘U’ shaped body, hung with chains from peacock head hooks, 23½in (59.8cm) high, 12in (30.3cm) wide, together with a pair of smaller hall lanterns. (6) £300-400 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

94. A pair of 19th century French ormolu three branch wall lights in Louis XVI style, each with a flaming urn with three lights hung with cut and moulded glass drops and balls, 18¼in (46.5cm) high, 11¾in (29.7cm) wide, together with a similar twin branch wall light. (3) £500-700 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

95. An oak cupboard, with an arrangement of drawers and pigeon holes above a shelf, 32in (81cm) high, 30in (76cm) wide, 10½in (26.6cm) deep. £50-100

96. A set of eight Regency painted beechwood dining chairs, each with a ball and scroll back to a cane seat and sabre legs. (8) £400-600 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel.

97. A Regency mahogany dining table, comprising: a pair of ‘D’ ends on castors and a central section with drop-ends and two frieze drawers, inlaid stringing, 29in (73.7cm) high, 79in (200.5cm) long, 38in (96.1cm) deep. £300-400 Provenance: The Property of Dr & Mrs Emanuel. 97

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98. A George III style carved statuary and siena marble chimneypiece, with a central tablet of a basket of flowers, fluted frieze and winged term supported classical vases, late 19th century, 49½in (125cm) high, 56½in (142cm) wide, 8½in (21.5cm) deep. £2,500-3,500

99. A large silvered brass serpentine firegrate in George III style, 20th century, 32¾in (82.2cm) high, 38¾in (98.5cm) wide, 16in (40.6cm) deep. £800-1,200

100. A cast iron serpentine firegrate in George III style, the firebrick stamped ‘Thomas Elsley Ltd, London’, 28in (71.3cm) high, 27¼in (69cm) wide, 13¼in (33.7cm) deep. £100-150

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101. A pair of late 19th century brass andirons, in George II style, 22¼in (56.5cm) high, 9¾in (24.8cm) wide, 17¼in (43.8cm) deep. (2) £30-50

102. A pair of late 19th century brass andirons, in George II style, 20¾in (52.5cm) high, 8in (20.3cm) wide, 17½in (44.4cm) deep. (2) £30-50

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103. A George III brass serpentine fender, 4¾in (11.7cm) high, 47in (119.1cm) wide. £100-150

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104. A George III steel bowfront fender, 6½in (16cm) high, 50in (126.6cm) wide. £100-150

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105. A set of three 18th century polished steel fire tools, with brass urn finials, the shovel stamped crowned ‘IDC.’ (3) £250-350 106

106. A 19th century French cast iron and brass extending fender, with recumbent greyhound finials, 6¼in (16cm) high, 30¼in (76.6cm) wide. £200-250

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107. A pair of 19th century brass fire dogs, 17½in (44.5cm) high and a set of three Victorian brass fire tools with registration lozenge. (5) £100-150

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109. A white painted cast iron hall stand, with a lift-out tray, the back with registration lozenges for 30th April 1853 and no. 90827, 78¾in (200cm) high, 31½in (80cm) wide, 11in (28cm) deep. £500-600 110. A continental turned beechwood stickstand, with zinc edges to the oblong apertures, late 19th / early 20th century, 41¼in (105cm) high, 28½in (72.5cm) wide, 10½ (26.6cm) deep. £100-200 109

111. A large Indian copper log bin, 19¾in (50cm) high, 27in (69cm) diameter, with a small stand. (2) £100-200

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112. A late 19th century wirework and brass nursery fender, 27½in (70cm) high, 45in (114.3cm) wide, 13in (33cm) deep. £100-200 113. An Edwardian gilt bronze and cut glass eight light wall applique, the moulded drip-pans with a Greek key band above lappet scroll branches,15in (37.8cm) high, 17in (43cm) wide. £80-120 114. Two similar Dutch brass six light chandeliers, each with scroll arms, vase turned stems and globe bases, one with a broken arm, 24in (60.8cm) high, 26in (65.8cm) wide, max. (2) £250-300

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114A. A Victorian cast iron stickstand, later painted, the back with a profile bust of a 16th century gentleman, the lift-out drip tray with a registration lozenge, 33in (84cm) high, 19in (48.2cm) wide, 8½in (21.5cm) deep. £200-300 115. A brass and leaded glass octagonal hall lantern, with applied prunts and an open base on long link chains, the lantern 17in (43.2cm) high, 11in (28cm) wide. £300-400

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116. A late 17th century joined oak armchair, with a carved panel back and shaped cresting, with a replaced seat, old repairs. £600-800

117. A late 17th century oak and fruitwood enclosed chest, with applied split mouldings, with two drawers with panelled mouldings and a central arch above a pair of conforming doors enclosing three long drawers, with later brass lion's mask ring handles, restored with some replacements, 46½in (118cm) high, 45in (114cm) wide, 24½in (62.1cm) deep. £1,500-2,000 117 116

118. A textile silk and metal brocade calligraphic panel, probably west Anatolia, late 19th century, with linen backing, 63 x 70in (160 x 177.5cm). £100-200

119. A set of five Yorkshire joined oak backstools, with carved and turned decoration, late 17th century and later. (5) £500-600

Provenance: Field Marshal Earl Kitchener of Khartoum (1850-1916) and thence by descent.

Provenance: Field Marshal Earl Kitchener of Khartoum (1850-1916) and thence by descent.

121. An elm chest, with side carrying handles, late 18th / early 19th century, 17¾in (45cm) high, 46½in (118cm) wide, 23in (58.1cm) deep. £150-200

122. An early 19th century oak and elm cricket table, 22½in (57cm) high, 25¼in (64cm) diameter. £100-150

120. An oak panel back open armchair, 17th century and later. £300-400 Provenance: Field Marshal Earl Kitchener of Khartoum (1850-1916) and thence by descent.

123. An oak chest, the moulded edge top to a fabric lined interior, 15½in (39cm) high, 41in (104.2cm) wide, 14¾in (37.4cm) deep. £100-150

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124. An 18th century domed teak chest, the lid lac filled five chevrons, previously with a till, the front with exposed decorative joins and an iron lock clasp, 27½in (70cm) high, 51¾in (131.5cm) wide, 25¾in (65.5cm) deep. £400-600

125. A panelled oak chest, the interior with a till, late 17th / early 18th century, 19¾in (49.8cm) high, 33¼in (84.4cm) wide, 14¾ (36.8cm) deep. £300-500

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126. An 18th century pine mule chest, the hinged top to a vacant interior, with a paper label ‘This chest has been given to Cuthbert Edward Pickering, Emily Mary Wood Oct. 18th 1926’, to a triple panelled front above twin drawers, 30in (76.1cm) high, 46½in (118cm) wide, 21in (53.5cm) deep. £200-300 125 126 127. An early 19th century oak tripod table, the circular dished tilt-top on a turned stem, 22¼in (56.5cm) high, 15¾in (39.8cm) diameter. £80-120

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129. A 19th century Welsh oak candle box, with a pierced love heart, 9in (23cm) high, 14in (35.5cm) wide, 6½in (16.5cm) deep, a stained pine table desk with two shelves, 9½in (24cm) high, 17in (43cm) wide, 12¼in (31cm). (2) £50-100

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130. An 18th century Italian walnut candlestand, 26½in (67.5cm) high, 17in (43cm) wide and a pair of 19th century turned walnut candlesticks, 8½in (21.6cm) high. (3) £80-120

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131. A harlequin set of nine Windsor ‘Gothic’ splat chairs, mostly yew wood and elm seated, comprising: five open armchairs and four side chairs, one with replaced arms, another in fruitwood. (9) £3,500-4,500

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132. An oak chest, with a walnut hinged top to a fabric lined interior, the triple panelled front with diamond mouldings, 26¾in (68cm) high, 39¾in (101cm) wide, 20in (50.5cm) deep. £200-300

133. An oak and fruitwood side table, 18th century and later, 28in (71cm) high, 33in (84cm) wide, 20¼in (51.5cm) deep. £100-200

134. A panelled oak chest, the interior with a till, late 17th / early 18th century, 23in (58.7cm) high, 37¾in (95.8cm) wide, 17¾in (45cm) deep. £100-150

135. An oak joined stool, the later moulded edge top above a lunette and leaf carved frieze, 17th century and later, 20¾in (52.7cm) high, 17in (43cm) wide, 10½in (26.7cm) deep. £100-150

136. An 18th century oak spice cupboard, with a panelled door enclosing seven drawers with gilt brass knob handles and pigeon holes, the base with three crossbanded drawers fitted with engraved brass plate handles, the top with an apparently original iron hanging chain, 31½in (80cm) high, 22¼in (56.3cm) wide, 9¾in (24.7cm) deep. £500-700

137. An oak joined stool, late 17th century, with a later top, 21¾in (55.4cm) high, 18in (45.7cm) wide, 10in (25.5cm) deep. £100-150

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138. A 19th century yew, elm and ash high back Windsor armchair, with a turned rondel and pierced splat.

£200-300

139. A set of four 19th century ash, beechwood and elm Windsor side chairs, each with a turned rondel and pierced splat. (4) £200-300 140. A 19th century yew low back Windsor armchair by Nicholson, with an elm seat, the side stamped ‘NICHOLSON, ROCKLEY’ on turned ash legs. £250-350 141. A pair of ebonised ash ladder back armchairs. (2)

£250-350

142. A 19th century pine and elm pew bench, 39¼in (99.5cm) high, 62½in (158.6cm) wide, 15¾in (40cm) deep.

£80-120

143. A 19th century ash and elm low back Windsor armchair, with a later iron brace to the left arm.

£100-150

144. An early 18th century oak gateleg table, the oval drop-leaf top above twin end frieze drawers, 27¾in (70.5cm) high, 53½ x 56¼in (136 x 143cm). £200-300 145. A mid 18th century oak dresser, with replaced brass handles, 33in (84cm) high, 54in (137cm) wide, 19¼in (49cm) deep.

£200-300

146. A 17th century oak five plank chest, the interior with a till, on cut-out ends, 18in (45.4cm) high, 38¾in (98.5cm) wide, 13½in (34.3cm) deep. £300-500

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147. An early 18th century continental walnut open armchair, with loose covers and turned supports. £500-700 Provenance: The Marquess of Tweeddale, Yester House, Gifford, East Lothian.

148. A continental carved and turned walnut open armchair in early 18th century style, with tapestry covered back and seat on brass castors. £200-300

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149. A wingback settee, on walnut shell and husk carved cabriole legs with claw and ball feet, 41in (104cm) high, 75in (190.5cm) wide, 32in (81cm) deep. £300-400

150. A pair of wingback easy armchairs, on walnut shell and husk carved cabriole legs to claw and ball feet. (2) £500-800

150A. An 18th century continental leather and gilt brass studded trunk, with a domed lid enclosing a fabric lined interior, with side carrying handles, on later loose feet, possibly Spanish or Dutch, 28in (70.7cm) high, 52in (131.8cm) wide, 24in (60.8cm) deep. £800-1,200

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151. A low wing armchair, on turned moulded beechwood supports. £80-120

152. A set of three French turned and carved walnut side chairs, with differing needlework covers and another similar side chair with bobbin turnings, late 19th century. (4) £80-120

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154. A George II walnut bureau, with ash banding, the interior with pigeon holes, drawers and a later leather surface, the brass handles replaced, 40¼in (102.5cm) high, 37in (93.9cm) wide, 19½in (49cm) deep. £300-500

153. A walnut chest on chest, with replaced handles,18th century and later, 68in (172.6cm) high, 40¾in (103.5cm) wide, 21in (53.3cm) deep . £600-800

155. A Queen Anne oyster veneered chest, crossbanded and inlaid stringing, the drawers with replaced handles and replaced bun feet, old restorations, 33¼in (84.4cm) high, 37in (94cm) wide, 23in (58.5cm) deep. £1,500-2,500

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156. An early 18th century oyster veneered chest, inlaid boxwood stringing and walnut crossbanding, with two short and three long graduated drawers, with replaced brass drop handles, on a later stand, with a drawer on spiral twist supports, 49½in (125.5cm) high, 40½in (102.7cm) wide, 24in (60.8cm) deep. £800-1,200


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157. A walnut and oyster veneered cushion frame mirror, with a rectangular bevelled plate, early 18th century and later, 20½ x 19in (52 x 48.2cm). £300-500 158. A pair of George I walnut and veneered side chairs, with drop-in bell shaped seats, on carved shell and husk caps, cabriole legs to pad feet. (2) £600-800 159. A mahogany demi-lune card table, the hinged top revealing a baize lined surface with counter wells, above a well with a pen tray and two compartments for inkwells, mid 18th century and later, 28¾in (72.7cm) high, 29¾in (75.5cm) wide, 14½in (37cm) deep. £100-200 160. An early 18th century walnut chest, cross and feather banded, with embossed brass drop handles and escutcheons, 36in (91cm) high, 37¾in (95.8cm) wide, 22¼in (56.7cm) deep. £500-700

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161. A walnut lowboy, the moulded edge top above two short and one long drawer, fitted later brass handles, early 18th century elements, 29½in (75cm) high, 38¾in (98.2cm) wide, 20¼in (51.3cm) deep. £300-500 162. An 18th century fruitwood, pine and oak lowboy, the crossbanded top centred a parquetry star within an octagon inlaid with specimen woods, above three drawers with replaced brass handles, 27¾in (70.1cm) high, 30¾in (78cm) wide, 17½in (44.6cm) deep. £300-400

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163. A painted treen spirit level, with two glass tubes, filled, the top one with a brass frame, 19th century, 36in (91.5cm) long. £100-150

163 164. A 19th century turned boxwood truncheon, 15½in (39.4cm) long and a 19th century turned boxwood jack, 3½in (9cm) diameter. (2) £100-150

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165. A pair of Régence brass candlesticks, with engraved decoration and later detachable sconces, 2nd quarter 18th century, 9¾in (24.5cm) high, 5¼in (13.3cm) wide. (2) £150-200

166. An Australian turned mulga goblet by ‘A.J. Wiley, Prospect, South Aus’, with inscribed paper label to the base, 11½in (29.3cm) high and a turned fruitwood wine funnel, with threaded spout, 6in (15cm) high. (2) £100-150 165 166 167. A turned boxwood cuckoo call whistle, with ebonised finger-piece, 4½in (11.5cm) long. £100-150

168. A 19th century turned treen cat, 9½in (24cm) high. £150-250 168

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169. A turned fruitwood goblet, 6½in (16.5cm) high, an 18th century turned lignum vitae and alder ladle, 13in (33cm) long, a 19th century turned sycamore bottle case, 4¼in (10.8cm) high. (3) £100-150

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170. A 19th century carved coquilla nut snuff box, modelled as a man wearing a cap and overcoat with bone buttons and bead eyes, 3½in (9cm) high, an Italian olive wood and marquetry extending book rack and a button hook with a Celtic design, the brass handle previously plated. (3) £80-120 Provenance: Newby Hall, Yorkshire.


171. A collection of treen, to include: a butter pat, pushers, pork pie rammers, mallets and two small cricket bats with hooks, 19th century and later, 19in (48.1cm) l, max. (12) £80-120

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172. A 17th century Dutch bronze mortar, the rim cast ‘HENRYCK TER HORST ME FECYT Ao 1638’, 4½in (11.5cm) high, together with two other 17th century bronze mortars, one bell shaped the other probably French and cast with figures, a pair of brass andirons and a bronze model of the kneeling devil on a marble base. (6) £100-200

173. A collection of keys, mainly 18th and 19th century, including fourteen frames, the rest loose. (Approx 150). £300-400

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174. A burr wood snuff box, as a recumbent dog, with a hinged cover, 4½in (11.5cm) long and a Black Forest treen nutcracker, 6¼in (16cm) high. (2) £100-150

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175. A life size mechanical figure of a monk, with a painted and carved wood bearded head and jointed arms, the right one previously holding a bell, on an open frame with two metal tubes, one with a weight and pulley system to wheels at the base and a pair of fixed feet, 72in (183cm) high. £800-1,200

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174 176. A 17th century carved wood and polychrome decorated Corpus Christi, Italian or Spanish, 13½in (34.1cm) long, later mounted. £200-300

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177. A painted tin shop sign of a seahorse, 25½in (65cm) high, 32in (81cm) wide on an adjustable wrought iron wall bracket. (2) £300-400

178. A 19th century cut felt collage picture by George Smart, of Old Bright the Postman, with postbag and leading his donkey, with a printed view of Frant church and village behind, the reverse with printed label ‘G.SMART, FRANT, NEAR TUNBRIDGE WELLS, ARTIST IN CLOTH AND VELVET FIGURES..’, 10½ x 9in (26.5 x 23cm). £600-800

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179. An 18th century silkwork and painted picture, depicting a Prince welcoming a well dressed lady with attendants and camels, cut and re-laid on paper, 13¼ x 19in (33.5 x 48.2cm), an 18th century silkwork picture of a lady holding a parrot, initialled ‘A.B’ (Anne Boleyn?) with a ribbon tied floral border, 14 x 12½in (35.5 x 31.6cm). (2) £100-200

180. A pair of Regency oval woolwork and painted silk pictures, each with a mother and child in landscapes, 12½ x 9¼in (31.6 x 23.5cm) (2) £100-200

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λ 181. An early 19th century needlework sampler, worked a verse, a three masted ship ‘Dorothy,’ flowers, ‘T.D’, ‘M.D’ column fronted houses, trees, animals and birds, ‘Anstruther Davidson, Aged 7 Years 18..,’ 15¾ x 11½in (38.6 x 29.2cm) in a later rosewood frame. £600-800 Dorothy was a convict ship that sailed from Cork on 5th May 1820 to New South Wales.

182. A pair of 19th century feltwork pictures, of a lady seated under a tree with a hound and a lady standing by a Momenti Mori urn, inscribed ‘WERTER,’ 16½ x 20in (42 x 50.8cm). (2) £200-300

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λ 183. A Chinese carved ivory George and the dragon, mounted on a rearing horse, late 19th / early 20th century, 5¾in (14.6cm) high. £200-300

λ 184. A European carved ivory Madonna and child, she with her right foot on a serpent, 10in (25.5cm) high. £300-400

185. A German ormolu crucifix, 11½in (29cm) high, a relief rondel, bust of Jesus, inscribed ‘DOGONPALE’, in an oak frame, 6¾in (16cm) diameter. (2) £50-80

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λ 186. A late 19th century carved ivory Corpus Christi, with an ebonised cross inscribed ‘ANTOINETTE VAN KERCKHOFF, MARIE SERRUYS, JUIN 1875,’ 20½in (52cm) high, 10in (25.5cm) wide. £300-400

185 186 187. A glass mosaic rondel of St. Luke, 16½in (42cm) diameter. £300-400

188. A porcelain plaque, painted Mary holding the infant Jesus, unsigned, in a pierced and engraved brass frame with doors, stamped on the easel ‘MARION, LONDON,’ 7½ x 5in (19 x 12.6cm). £150-250

188 187 189. An Orthodox icon, painted the Madonna and child, with embossed silver coloured metal mount, in a walnut case with glazed hinged door, 10 x 8½in (25.5 x 21.5cm). £200-300

190. An Orthodox icon, painted Christ, with a silver gilt coloured metal mount, inscribed in Cyrillic, within an arched giltwood frame with dove, in an ebonised and glazed hinged case, 12¼ x 8¼in (31 x 21cm). £300-400 189

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191. A late 19th century Russian icon, depicting Saint Nicholas of Myra, flanked by Jesus holding the gospels and the Virigin Mary with an omophorion, 10 x 8in (25.3 x 20.4cm), in an associated oak and walnut frame. £600-800

192. Three late 19th century Russian lacquer snuff boxes, the lids of two decorated with troika scenes, the other with three figures on a bridge, 1¼in (3.2cm) high, 3¾in (9.5cm) wide, 2½in (6.3cm) deep, max. (3) £80-120

194. A late 19th century Russian lacquer box, the lid painted with a country family, the faux tortoiseshell interior with a gilt spreadeagle for Alexander III and with a signature ‘Aykymana’, 1in (2.3cm) high, 3¼in (8cm) wide, 2in (5cm) deep, together with another box the lid painted with a view of the Kremlin, the interior with gilt medallion marks. (2) £100-150

196. Two late 19th century Russian lacquer circular boxes, the lids painted with people taking tea, the interior of one with a gilt medallion mark the other with an inscription ‘MYKYTHHA’, 4¾in (12cm) diameter, max. (2) £100-150

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193. A late 19th century Russian lacquer box, the lid painted with a troika scene, 1in (2.5cm) high, 5½in (13.5cm) wide, 4in (10cm) deep, together with a later box the lid painted with a medieval landscape scene with a knight and his attendant. (2) £100-150

195. Three Russian lacquer boxes, the lids painted with ladies, one of a milk-maid, the interior with medallion marks, 2¾in (7.1cm) high, 4in (10.2cm) wide, 3¼in (8.3cm) deep; one of a lady on a swing, signed ‘B. Nalpob’ and stamped ‘MADE IN RUSSIA’; the other of a young woman in a landscape setting, late 19th century and later. (3) £100-150

197. Four modern Russian lacquer boxes, decorated with fairy tale figures / scenes, three inscribed, one with a signature, 5¾in (14.4cm) wide, max. (4) £100-150

198. A late 19th century Russian lacquer snuff box, the lid painted with a man and a woman hugging, the interior with a gilt spreadeagle and the initials ‘M. A. A.’, 3½in (9cm) wide, together with a vesta case, painted with figures sat around a table, the interior with gilt medallion marks, a napkin ring painted with a troika scene and a matchbox holder. (4) £100-150


199. A 19th century Danish leather four-fold screen, painted with circular panels of landscape vignettes with views of Danish Royal palaces, 74¾in (189.6cm) high, 26½in (67.3cm) wide, each panel. £2,000-3,000 Provenance: Countess Fritze Ahlefeldt.

200. An Italian painted bed, with shaped foot and headboards, decorated foliage and scrolls, the headboard inscribed ‘BUONA SALUTE,’ with carved finials, 72½in (184cm) high, 84½in (214.5cm) long, 71½in (181.5cm) wide. £1,000-1,500

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A suite of painted satinwood furniture by Kimbel & Friederichsen, hoftischlermeister, Berlin W.57. The following seven lots were made for the vendor’s aunt’s grandmother’s wedding in Berlin, circa 1900. 201. A German painted satinwood cupboard, with a pair of fabric backed glazed tracerie doors, above four drawers and a pair of cupboard doors enclosing adjustable shelves, the brass locks stamped with the maker’s name and branded to the back, 76½in (194.3cm) high, 41¾in (106cm) wide, 18½in (47cm) deep. £400-600 202. A German painted satinwood cupboard, with a pair of fabric backed glazed tracery doors, above four drawers and a pair of cupboard doors enclosing adjustable shelves, the brass locks stamped with the maker’s name and branded to the back, 76½in (194.3cm) high, 41¾in (106cm) wide, 18½in (47cm) deep. £400-600 203. A German painted satinwood wardrobe, 89in (226cm) high, 79in (201cm) wide, 28½in (72.5cm) deep. £200-300

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204. Three German painted satinwood and polychrome decorated panel back side chairs, and a side chair with lyre splat back. (4) £100-150

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205. A German painted satinwood and polychrome decorated folding tea table, 28½in (72.3cm) high, 32in (81.2cm) wide, 18in (45.7cm) deep. £80-120 206. A German painted satinwood and polychrome decorated desk, with a rounded back and concave front, the top with a three quarter gallery and inset a leather panel above a central frieze drawer, flanked by a pair of cupboard doors enclosing three slides and a deep drawer partitioned and with a secret compartment, brass lock stamped, 32in (81.4cm) high, 51¼in (130cm) wide, 30in (76cm) deep. £200-300

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207. A German painted satinwood dressing mirror, the oval bevelled plate to a leaf border and onyx finials, flanked with a pair of pedestals the tops with vitrines above pull-out slides, drawers to the left side and a cupboard to the right, with a central footrest, 76in (193cm) high, 58in (148.5cm) wide, 18in (46cm) deep. £300-400

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208. A Louis XV style walnut bergère, with a moulded show frame and floral needlework upholstery. £300-500

209. A pair of 18th century continental wing back armchairs, each with a serpentine front seat with a carved walnut frieze and cabriole legs, back legs replaced. (2) £400-600

210. A French cream painted wood moulded frame low settee, with a squab cushion, 26in (66cm) high, 33in (84cm) wide, 20in (51cm) deep. £150-200

211. A Louis XV style beechwood bergère.

212. A late 19th century French giltwood and gesso settee, with horn castors, 29in (73.6cm) h, 59½in (151cm) wide, 30in (76cm) deep. £500-700

213. A pair of Louis XV style carved walnut fauteuil, with ribbon tied floral needlework covers. (2) £500-800

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214. An 18th century Dutch walnut and marquetry bombe commode, inlaid with various fruitwoods, mother of pearl and bone, urns of flowers, birds, mythical beasts, with three drawers fitted gilt brass handles on carved feet, 33in (84cm) high, 39in (99cm) wide, 22½in (57cm) deep. £5,000-7,000

215. A set of six early 19th century Dutch marquetry dining chairs, with vase shape splats, with a crest above, comprising: an open armchair and five side. (6) £1,500-2,500

217. A Dutch walnut and marquetry cartouche shape wall mirror, with a gilt and gesso inner slip, late 19th century, 33½ x 23¾in (85 x 60.2cm). £200-300

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216. A late 19th century French kingwood and marquetry serpentine card table, with gilt brass mounts, the fold-over top inlaid an urn of flowers with scrolling foliage, above a pull-out drawer support, 30in (75.7cm) high, 34½in (87.5cm) wide, 17¼in (44cm) deep. £4,000-6,000

218. A 19th century Swedish birch dressing table, inlaid ebonised stringing, the frieze drawer with three compartments with a single hinged lid, 42½in (107.8cm) high, 25¾in (65.1cm) wide, 15in (38cm) deep. £300-500

219. A 19th century Dutch floral marquetry demi-lune console table, with a gilt brass gallery, 30¼in (77cm) high, 26in (66cm) wide, 13¾in (35cm) deep. £150-250


220. An 18th century Maltese olivewood, fruitwood and parquetry serpentine commode, the crossbanded top above three drawers on cabriole legs to stylized hoof feet, 34½in (87.3cm) high, 44½in (113cm) wide, 22in (56cm) deep. £4,000-6,000

221. An early 19th century Italian walnut serpentine commode, with three drawers, 32½in (82.4cm) high, 34¾in (88cm) wide, 17½in (44cm) deep. £300-500

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222. A late 19th century Sorrento olive wood and marquetry butler’s tray on stand, depicting a rural scene with figures, with stringing and amboyna banding, with a folding bobbin turned stand, 29in (73.7cm) high, 29½in (74.9cm) wide, 17½in (44.4cm) deep. £200-300

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λ 223. Two similar French kingwood, rosewood and floral marquetry tables en chiffonière, with gilt brass mounts, each with a pierced gallery above three drawers, the undertiers inlaid with books and a quill and an inkwell, late 19th / early 20th century, 33in (83.6cm) high, 19½in (50cm) wide, 15in (38cm) deep max. (2) £2,500-3,500

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λ 224. A late 19th century rosewood and parquetry table ambulant, with ormolu mounts, 29½in (75cm) high, 20in (51cm) wide, 14in (35.5cm) deep. £150-250

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225. An early 19th century French pine buffet a deux corps, with a glazed upper section and double panelled doors, cupboard below, allover carved floral and bird decoration, on cabriole front legs, 93½in (237cm) high, 54½in (137cm) wide, 19in (48cm) deep. £1,500-2,000 Provenance: Alistair Sampson Antiques, London.

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226. A continental giltwood open armchair in 18th century style. £150-250

227. A Dutch walnut hanging display cupboard, with a pair of glazed doors enclosing shelves and two drawers above a long drawer, with parquetry spandrels, late 18th / early 19th century, 47½in (120.6cm) high, 33in (83.7cm) wide, 12¾in (32.5cm) deep. £100-200 226 227 228. A 19th century continental ash secrétaire à abattant, with a marble top, the interior with a recess above drawers, 56¾in (144cm) high, 35in (89cm) wide, 17in (43.2cm) deep. £250-350

229. A French mahogany and beechwood serpentine chest of four drawers, with gilt brass handles with painted porcelain plaques, early 20th century, 33¾in (85.8cm) high, 15½in (39.3cm) wide, 11in (28cm) deep. £100-150 229

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230. A 19th century continental walnut Gothic cabinet, with carved and pierced decoration, with an open front and sides with four galleried shelves, 89½in (227.4cm) high, 38in (96.5cm) wide, 20in (50.8cm) deep. £2,000-3,000

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231. A French carved walnut settee, late 19th century, 38¼in (97cm) high, 50in (127cm) wide, 22½in (57cm) deep. £300-400

232. A 19th century French mahogany writing table, with a replaced red leather writing surface, above four frieze drawers, one a deep drawer with a false front, on square tapering legs and brass caps, 29¾in (75.3cm) high, 51½in (130.6cm) wide, 26in (66cm) deep. £200-300

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233. A late 19th century French carved walnut and parcel gilt folio stand, 35½in (90cm) high, 19¾in (50cm) wide, 19½in (49.2cm) deep. £250-350

234. A 19th century continental simulated marble and giltwood dolphin console table, 33in (84cm) high, 39¼in (99.4cm) wide, 22in (55.4cm) deep. £2,500-3,500 233 234

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235. An Italian carved and giltwood sunburst mirror, with a convex plate to a frame of angel’s heads, issuing rays, 17th century and adapted, 51½in (130.8cm) high, 51in (129.5cm) wide. £600-800

236. A late 19th century Italian carved and stained wood tripod basin by Vincenzo Cadorin, the shell bowl with a circular aperture and plaster interior, supported by two mermaids and a merman, united by a triform stretcher shelf on scroll legs to leaf and talon feet, signed ‘V. CADORIN : VENEZIA’, 36½in (92.6cm) high, 28½in (72.5cm) wide, 26in (66cm) deep. £1,500-2,000 Vincenzo Cadorin (1854 - 1925) sculptor and ebonist, was trained in the studio of Augusto Benvenuti and then studied at the Venetian Academy. He worked near Dresda in 1886 as cabinet maker for the Queen of Saxony. See Christopher Payne, 19th Century European Furniture, p.434, pl.1284 for an almost identical table.

237. A 19th century French giltwood and gesso wall mirror, with scroll and floral decoration, 31 x 23½in (78.6 x 59.6cm). £200-300

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238. A 19th century French trumeau, painted a hunting scene above a rectangular plate to a moulded gilt and gesso frame, 58 x 29½in (147.7 x 75cm). £100-200

239. A continental parquetry frame mirror, inset two lace panels, 19th century, possibly Italian, 45¾ x 22½in (116 x 57cm). £300-400


240. A pair of carved wood and parcel gilt Blackamoors in 18th century style, each supporting an oval tray and wearing a plumed headdress, arm bands and a skirt, on a stepped base, with vacant cartouches, 61in (155cm) high. (2) £4,000-6,000

241. An etched glass, giltwood and gesso frame wall mirror, depicting a man playing a musical box with a child and a poodle, with marginal plates, 20 x 20¾in (50.8 x 52.8cm). £150-200

242. A Venetian oval wall mirror, with etched surmount and border, early 20th century, 38 x 20½in (96.5 x 52cm).£300-400

243. An Italian giltwood and gesso wall mirror, with a replaced rectangular plate, 16½ x 14½in (42 x 37cm). £80-120

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244. A late 19th century French amboyna, mahogany and marquetry commode, with ormolu mounts, the moulded edge marble top above two frieze drawers and two long drawers inlaid an oval panel, with urns in a garden within a ribbon tied laurel frame, 50in (127cm) wide, 24½in (62cm) deep. £2,500-3,500

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245. A mahogany, tulipwood and gilt brass mounted gueridon in Louis XVI style, with a rouge marble top above a frieze drawer, late 19th century, 30¾in (77.9cm) high, 18¾in (47.4cm) diameter. £1,500-2,000

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246. A Louis Phillipe burr maple?? purpleheart and bronze mounted firescreen, with a ribbon tied laurel wreath handle, above a pleated panel flanked by Corinthian capital columns on paw feet and brass roller castors, 43in (108.8cm) high, 27¼in (69.1cm) wide, 10¼in (26cm) deep. £3,000-4,000

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247. A gilt brass, mahogany and marquetry lamp table, the ratcheted adjustable stem previously with an oil lamp, 57½in (146cm) high. £80-120

248. A 19th century French walnut side chair, with an upholstered top rail. £60-100

249. A 19th century French satinwood card table, with stringing and banding, the reverse with pull-out drawer supports, 29¾in (75.5cm) high, 34in (86.3cm) wide, 16¾in (42.5) deep. £20-30

250. A silvered brass bouillotte lamp, with three branches and a tôle adjustable shade, 22½in (57cm) high. £100-150

251. A pair of brass twin light dolphin table lamps, converted from oil lamps, each with a red tôle peinte shade, the adjustable stems hung with four utensils, the dolphin’s head hinged, 23.5in (59.5cm) h, 13.25in (33.5cm) w. (2) £150-200

252. A pair of Empire bronze and ormolu candlesticks, with putti supports, 12½in (32cm) high. (2) £1,500-2,000

253. A pair of 19th century ormolu and white marble candelabra, with a putto supporting a twin rose briar branch, 13¾in (35cm) high (2) £300-400

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254. A pair of 19th century French ormolu and glass candelabra, 11¾in (30cm) high. (2) £300-400

255. A pair of Regency brass candlesticks, hung with cut glass lustres, 8in (20.2cm) high (2) £100-200

257. A set of four gilt brass rococo style two branch wall lights, 18in (45.6cm) high, 13in (33cm) wide. (4) £100-200

259. A French painted and printed brass lamp, decorated ‘PLACE VENDOME’, Wellington and Napoleon, with a twin fitting, 27¼in (69.3cm) high, with shade and a wood faux marble painted lamp with brass triple light fitting, 49in (124.5cm) high, with shade. (4) £200-300

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256. A pair of 19th century gilt brass candlesticks, with ribbon and floral banded decoration, 6½in (16.5cm) high and a pair of gilt spelter figural candlesticks, 11½in (29.2cm) high (4) £100-200

258. A pair of Louis XVI style ormolu three light candelabra, each with a cone finial to a tapering stem, 11in (27.9cm) h, 9.25in (23.5cm) w. (2) £50-100

260. A pair of late 19th century French gilt brass candlesticks, with beast head, wing, floral and bead decoration, 24¼in (61.4cm) high. (2) £400-600

261. A continental porcelain and ormolu mounted table lamp, with floral painted decoration, 27¾in (70.5cm) high. £400-600


262. An Italian bronze classical figural lamp, the reverse of the plinth with plaque ‘GARGIULO CANNONE E Ci, FONDERIA DI BRONZO, IX MONISTERO S.EFRAMO VECCHIO, £80-120 NAPOLI,’ 18¾in (47.5cm) high.

263. A bronze cherub table lamp, indistinctly signed ‘A. Hayes’?, on an associated marble base, 23½in (59.6cm) high. £200-300

265. A matched set of four brass table lamps, with faceted stems on square bases, one with a horn switch, 28½in (72.5cm) high. (4) £100-200

267. A continental polished steel lamp, mounted a double barrel flintlock pistol, 13¾in (35cm) high. £100-150

264. A bronze figural table lamp, of an Eastern figure, with a billowing robe, 22½in (57cm) high. £80-120

266. A brass adjustable floor standing lamp, 39½ (100.5cm) lowest height. £50-100

268. A gilt bronze table lamp, with a reeded stem, 28½in (72.4cm) high. £50-100

269. A giltwood lamp, with three gilt plaster scroll leaf arms, 71in (180.5cm) high. £50-100

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270. A Victorian Scottish mahogany serving table, with two frieze ash lined drawers on lappet carved legs to carved front paw feet, 49in (124.7cm) high, 82½in (209.5cm) wide, 24½in (62cm) deep. £2,500-3,500

271. A set of eight mahogany dining chairs, each with an arched padded back to a serpentine front seat on chamfered square supports, united by a ‘H’ stretchers, George III and later. (8) £800-1,200

272. A mahogany serpentine sideboard, inlaid stringing, the crossbanded top above two central frieze drawers flanked by a deep drawer and a cupboard, late 19th / early 20th century, 34½in (87.5cm) high, 74¾in (189.6cm) wide, 25¼in (63.7cm) deep. £1,200-1,800

273. A George IV mahogany extending dining table, the reeded edge top with drop-leaf ends and two additional leaves on a telescopic frame on ribbed legs with a central support and brass castors, 29in (73.3cm) high, 98in (249.1cm) extended, 44in (111.3cm) deep. £1,500-2,000

274. A set of eight mahogany dining chairs in Chippendale style, comprising: a pair of open armchairs and six side chairs, with leather drop-in seats, with ivorine trade labels for ‘JAMES PHILLIPS & SONS LTD, UNION ST., BRISTOL’. (8) £600-800

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275. A 19th century mahogany four fold screen, 54in (137cm) high, 20½in (52cm) wide, each panel. £20-30

276. A late Regency mahogany sarcophagus shape wine cooler, the interior later fitted a Collaro record player, on carved paw feet and castors, 20½in (52cm) high, 34in (86.3cm) wide, 20¾in (52.5cm) deep. £500-700 276 277. A set of six George III style dining chairs, by The Dining Chair Company, each with an upholstered back and seat. (6) £200-300

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278. A George IV mahogany side cabinet, with a raised mirror back, the base with three adjustable shelves, 41½in (105cm) high excluding back, 31½in (79.6cm) wide, 13¾in (35cm) deep. £300-400

279. A set of early 19th century mahogany wall shelves, inlaid stringing, 32¾in (82.7cm) high, 25½in (64.5cm) wide, 6½in (16.3cm) deep. £100-200

280. A set of mahogany wall shelves in Chippendale style, with pierced Gothic ends, early 20th century, 28¼in (71.5cm) high, 20¼in (51.1cm) wide, 6in (14.8cm) deep. £80-120

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281. A harlequin set of seven late George III mahogany dining chairs, comprising: two open armchairs and five side chairs. (7) £400-600

282. A set of five George III mahogany dining chairs, each with a serpentine and shell carved top rail above a pierced splat back and drop-in seats, comprising: an open armchair and four side chairs. (5) £250-300 279

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283. A William IV mahogany secretaire bookcase, by T. Wilson, London, the drawer with satinwood veneered drawers and pigeon holes, the front stamped ‘T WILSON 68 GREAT QUEEN STREET LONDON’, 89in (226cm) high, 48in (122cm) wide, 23in (58.5cm) deep. £650-700

284. A 19th century mahogany bureau bookcase, the interior fitted with two cupboard doors, pigeon holes and two drawers, with a leather lined writing surface, with replaced brass handles, 85in (216cm) high, 44¼in (112.1cm) wide, 22¾in (57.7cm) deep. £400-600

286. An early 19th century mahogany breakfront sideboard, the arched front drawer with a secret release, 37in (94cm) high, 62½in (159cm) wide, 26½in (67.4cm) deep. £500-700

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285. A 19th century mahogany bowfront chest on chest, with a detachable cornice and in three sections, with later brass handles, 76¾in (195cm) high, 43¼in (109.7cm) wide, 20in (50.4cm) deep. £300-500

287. A William IV mahogany twin pedestal sideboard, with a raised back above a deep plan compartment, originally with slides, enclosed by a hinged false drawer front inlaid an ebonised palmette, with a drawer and a cupboard to each pedestal on turned tapering feet, 40¼in (102.2cm) high, 69½in (176.3cm) wide, 30in (76.5cm) deep. £300-500


288. An early Victorian mahogany tilt-top tripod table, 28in (71cm) high, 20¾in (52.8cm) wide, 18in (45.7cm) deep. £100-150

289. A mahogany two tier dumb waiter, revolving with raised moulded edges on carved cabriole legs to claw and ball feet, early George III and reduced, 32in (81cm) high, 25in (63.5cm) wide. £200-300

λ 290. A specimen marble games table, the moulded edge shaped top, to an inlaid chequer board, on a rosewood base with brass castors, 19th century but top and base associated, 29½in (75cm) high, 32in (81.3cm) wide. £400-600

291. An ebonised and parcel gilt painted tripod table, with an octagonal top painted two children in a country landscape, 21in (53.3cm) high, 13in (33cm) wide. £100-150

292. A Victorian mahogany three tier whatnot, fitted with two drawers, on ceramic castors, 39in (99.1cm) high, 19in (48cm) wide, 15in (38cm) deep. £300-400

293. A mahogany tripod table in mid 18th century style, the octagonal top with a pierced gallery on a leaf carved stem and legs, late 19th / early 20th century, 27in (68.5cm) high, 19in (48.3cm) wide. £200-300

294. A late Regency simulated rosewood chaise longue, the brass castors stamped ‘PATENT’, 33½in (85cm) high, 69½in (176.5cm) wide, 24in (61cm) deep. £200-300

295. A Victorian chaise longue, with a carved mahogany scroll end on stained beechwood legs and ceramic castors, 30½in (77.3cm) high, 73in (185.5cm) wide, 22¼in (56.4cm) deep. £250-350

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296. An early Victorian papier-mâché tray, mounted on a later stand, 20½in (51.6cm) high, 30½in (77.1cm) wide, 22¼in (56.6cm) deep. £1,000-1,500 297. A Regency ‘bamboo’ low armchair, with a caned seat, the seat frame stamped ‘B.HUNTSMAN’ four times. £300-500 298. An early Victorian oak butler’s tray on stand, the faux bamboo gallery to brass open handles, 31¼in (79.3cm) high, 35¼in (89.5cm) wide, 22in (55.8cm) deep. £100-150 299 299. A Regency giltwood ‘X’ frame ‘bamboo’ stool, with a later needlework dipped seat, 16¾in (42.5cm) high, 20in (50.8cm) wide, 16½in (42cm) deep. £400-600

λ 300. A William IV rosewood Canterbury after a design by J.C. Loudon, 20¾in (51.3cm) high, 19½in (49.3cm) wide, 15in (37.5cm) deep. £300-400 301. An early Victorian oak twin pedestal desk, with ebonised edging, with three frieze drawers and three drawers to each pedestal, with Clarke & Timmins brass locks, the reverse with cupboards, 29½in (75cm) high, 53½in (135.9cm) wide, 29¾in (75cm) deep. £400-600 302. A 19th century mahogany stool, with a brass studded red leather circular top, 18¼in (46.4cm) high, 11½in (29.4cm) diameter. £40-50

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305 303 304 303. An early Victorian mahogany child’s high chair, with carved and moulded decoration, with fine caned seat and back and with guard rail and adjustable foot-rest, the seat rail stamped ‘DD’, 35½in (90cm) high, 17in (43cm) wide. £400-500 304. A mahogany two tier dumb waiter, revolving with a tambour frieze having two sliding doors, 29½in (75cm) high, 22in (56cm) diameter. £250-350 305. A pair of mahogany open armchairs in late George III style, with caned seats and backs. (2) £400-600

λ 306. An early Victorian rosewood and parcel gilt pole firescreen by Miles & Edwards, with a needlework still life panel, the triform base stamped ‘MILES & EDWARDS, 134 OXFORD ST, LONDON 9859’ and with printed trade label, 55in (139.6cm) high. £300-400 307. An early 19th century mahogany cheval mirror, with stringing, the framed plate with a brass handle, 61½in (156.2cm) high, 23½in (59.5cm) wide, 22½in (57cm) deep. £300-400

λ 308. An early 19th century rosewood side cabinet, with a marble top, the pair of frieze drawers with later handles above a pair of panel doors with pleated silk and rosette trellising, flanked by brass caps and columns on carved paw feet and castors, 34¾in (88.2cm) high, 33½in (85cm) wide, 14¾in (37.4cm) deep. £800-1,200 309. A Victorian mahogany open armchair, with a drop-in seat on lobed tapering legs and later castors. £100-150 306

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λ 310. Two similar George IV mahogany and rosewood occasional tables, each with an octagonal satinwood crossbanded top with inlaid stringing, on turned and part ribbed stems and scroll feet, 29¾in (75.3cm) high, 17¾in (44cm) wide max. (2) £3,000-4,000 311. A pair of Regency mahogany hall chairs, the oval panelled backs painted a black eagle head crest to a bell shaped seat on ribbed front supports. (2) £1,200-1,800 310

312. An early Victorian carved mahogany chair by Johnstone & Jeanes, with brass studded and red buttoned leather upholstery, with bronze leaf mounts to the feet and on brass castors, one back leg stamped ‘JOHNSTONE & JEANES 67 NEW BOND ST. LONDON 14051’. £600-800

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λ 313. A George IV rosewood library armchair, upholstered green leather with brass edging on brass castors. £300-400 314. A pair of George III shield back open armchairs, later painted and parcel gilt. (2) £200-300 315. A late 18th century cream painted and parcel gilt serpentine side table, with a black marble top, 34¼in (87cm) high, 39½in (100.4cm) wide, 19in (48.3cm) deep. £2,000-3,000

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λ 316. A George IV rosewood and brass strung centre table, the tilt-top with a nulled edge, on a simulated baluster stem, the triform base on cast gilt brass leaf, flute and scroll feet with brass castors, 29in (73.6cm) high, 50in (127cm) diameter. £1,500-2,500 316 detail

λ 317. A William IV rosewood card table, with a swivel fold-over top, on scroll feet and brass castors, 30in (76.1cm) high, 35¼in (89.3cm) wide, 17¾in (45cm) deep. £200-300

λ 318. A Regency rosewood and brass inlaid tea table, the crossbanded top on a lappet carved stem, to paw feet and brass castors, 29½in (75cm) high, 36in (91.2cm) wide, 17¾in (44.9cm) deep. £400-600 61


λ 319. An Anglo-Indian hardwood and ivory marquetry inlaid wall mirror, with chevron bands of stepped form, the reverse with two printed labels for ‘L KHANAYA LAL BIRJ LAL, ivory, brass, wood work manufacturers, P.O. Hooshiarpur.’, 30½ x 26in (77.5 x 66cm). £400-500

320. An 18th century Dutch colonial teak and ebonised writing box, Sri Lanka, with brass mounts, handles and strapwork hinges, the interior with a brass inkwell, pounce pot and a pen division, 5½in (13.9cm) high, 22½in (56.8cm) wide, 16½in (41.8cm) deep. £400-600

λ 321. Two Indian miniatures on ivory, the Taj Mahal and the arch and iron pillar near Qutub Minar, Delhi, 2 x 2½in (5 x 6.5cm). (2) £100-150

322. A Middle Eastern copper and silver coloured metal coffee pot, 11¾in (30cm) high and a Chinese yixing pewter mounted teapot. (2) £40-60

λ 323. An Indian hardwood and ivory marquetry drinks tray, 20¼in (51.4cm) long, 11¾in (30cm) deep. £100-150

324. A Sri Lankan copper, brass and white metal vase, decorated with Hindu gods, 3¾in (9.5cm) high and a copper and niello box with a hinged lid. (2) £100-150

325. A 19th century Sri Lankan brass betel nut bowl, with bands of engraved decoration, 8¼in (21cm) diameter, together with a Sri Lankan brass tobacco box. (2) £100-150

326. An Indian lacquer circular spice box and cover, with inscription to the side, containing seven trays, 9in (23cm) diameter, a pair of turned hardwood containers with lids and brass mounts, 4in (10cm) diameter, containing tear drop lead weights. (3) £50-100 Provenance: Newby Hall, Yorkshire.

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λ 327. A 19th century vizagpatam ivory and lac decorated workbox, with horn edging, with a sandalwood interior, the lid with a further hinged cover, to a partitioned and lidded lift-out tray, 6¾in (16cm) high, 9½in (24cm) wide, 7in (18cm) deep. £1,500-2,000 328

λ 328. A 19th century Anglo-Indian rosewood and ivory inlaid work table, the hinged lid inlaid scrolling foliage and fitted a hinged plush lined writing surface, to a fitted interior with lidded compartments and divisions, and a central pull-out tray revealing two secret drawers, 31¾in (80.8cm) high, 24in (60.8cm) wide, 15in (37.8cm) deep. £500-700

λ 329. A Japanese carved ivory box and cover, decorated tigers, 4in (10cm) high, 4¾in (10.6cm) wide. £80-120

λ 330. A 19th century Anglo-Indian ivory and horn bezique marker, Vizagapatam, with lac decoration, 3¾in (9.3cm) wide. £40-60

λ 330A. A Chinese carved and pierced ivory vase, on a hardwood base, 5in (12.6cm) high, a spiral ribbed ivory bodkin case with tortoiseshell ends, 7in (18cm) long, an Indonesian carved horn group, 7in (18cm) high and a Chinese needlework purse with bronze mounts. (5) £80-120

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331. A Tibetan copper and silver coloured metal standing Deity figure, 17in (43cm) high, an Eastern bronze head, 6½in (16.5cm) high, an oriental carved wood recumbent figure on hardwood stand, a soapstone Buddha and two spelter figures. (7) £100-200

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332. A Chinese polished bronze cylindrical stickstand, decorated with cranes, with mask lifts, 24in (61cm) high, 12½in (31cm) wide. £100-200

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333. A mid 19th century Indian carved hardwood linen press, now with a shelf above a brass hanging rail, 86¾in (220.4cm) high, 63in (160cm) wide, 26½in (67.4cm) deep. £600-800 334. A 19th century Dutch colonial hardwood linen press, with ebonised mouldings, the interior previously with three shelves, 78in (198cm) high, 55in (139.6cm) wide, 23½in (59.6cm) deep. £800-1,000 335. A 19th century Portugese hardwood centre table, with three frieze drawers, stamped ‘PRATT & SON, GUILDFORD,’ with false reverse and side, one peripheral stretcher missing, 32¾in (83cm) high, 54in (137cm) wide, 35½in (90cm) deep. £200-300

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336. Four 19th century Colonial teak chests, 23¾in (60.5cm) high, 36in (91.3cm) wide, 22in (55.5cm) deep. (4) £400-600 337. A 19th century colonial teak cabinet, with traces of paint, the frieze inlaid vertical lines and a spade motif, the top section enclosing a shelf, 67in (170cm) high, 35¾in (91cm) wide, 18¾in (47.5cm) deep. £300-400

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λ 338. A late 19th century Indian hardwood and inlaid octagonal occasional table, the top with ivory, mother of pearl, ebony and stone inlay depicting the Taj Mahal, 19in (47.8cm) high and wide. £600-800

λ 339. A late 19th century Indian rosewood and ivory inlaid octagonal occasional table, the loose top on a folding base, 14¾in (36.3cm) high, 15¾in (38.4cm) wide. £500-700

340. A Chinese carved hardwood ‘bamboo’ standard lamp, 1st half 20th century, 65½in (166.5cm) high, with shade. £100-150

341. An Indian carved and ebonised wood folding occasional table, late 19th / early 20th century, 22¼in (56.6cm) high, 20¾in (52.7cm) diameter. £100-150

342. A southern Indian carved hardwood chest, decorated with flower heads and scrolling foliage, 30¾in (34.7cm) high, 21¾in (55.3cm) wide, 15¼in (38.4cm) deep. £100-150

343. A late 19th century Chinese hardwood and mother of pearl inlaid seat, with an inset marble top, the underside with Chinese characters, 23in (53.3cm) high, 15¾in (40cm) diameter. £400-600

344. A late 19th century Chinese hardwood jardinière stand, the inset marble top to a carved and pierced frieze, 35¾in (90.4cm) high, 13½in (34cm) wide. £100-150

345. A 19th century Chinese hardwood drop-leaf table, with pierced scroll ends, 28½in (72cm) high, 31¾ x 39in (80.5 x 99cm) open. £2,000-3,000

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346. A collection of Japanese woodblock prints, of various subjects, including: three depicting warring Samurai, a pair of street scenes, the others with actors and other figures, all framed and glazed, 19th century and later, 20 x 35¼in (51 x 89.3cm). (15) £200-300

347. Four Japanese four-fold screens, two painted with panels of figures, one with a prunus tree, the other with cranes in a watery landscape, early 20th century, 54in (137cm) high, 24½in (62cm) wide, each panel, max. (4) £200-300

λ 348. A Chinese glass snuff bottle, of moon flask shape, the sides flask cut bats and painted a mountain scene and a figure playing with a frog, 2¾in (7cm) high, a Chinese glass scent bottle decorated flowers and a landscape and a turned ebonised snuff bottle with ivory stopper. (3) £100-150

349. A pair of Japanese porcelain Imari palette chargers, decorated chrysanthemums, bamboo, prunus bird and insects, 18in (45.6cm) diameter. (2) £100-200

350. A Chinese porcelain blue and white bottle vase, 13in (33cm) high. £50-100

351. A Chinese porcelain famille rose oviod jar and cover, 12in (30.5cm) high. (2) £100-150

352. Five Chinese porcelain famille verte vases, the bodies with a pierced cloud ground and immortals, one damaged, seal marks to the bases, 17in (43cm) high and 11¼in (28.5cm) high. (5) £400-600

353. A Chinese porcelain vase, with a green ground and floral decoration, the underside with a six character mark, 17in (43cm) high. £100-200

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354. An 18th century colonial padouk gentleman’s dressing chest, with a moulded edge top above a pair of frieze drawers, a brushing slide and three long graduated drawers, all oak lined and with engraved brass plate swing handles, on bracket feet, 33½in (85cm) high, 39in (99cm) wide, 22½in (57cm) deep. £800-1,200 355. An early 19th century colonial satinwood plan chest on stand, the crossbanded hinged top above three graduated drawers, with brass side carrying handles, 23in (58.5cm) high, 42½in (108cm) wide, 19½in (49.4cm) deep. £400-600 356. A late 19th century Jerusalem olivewood Davenport, with a pullout drawer activating the roll top which reveals divisions, lidded compartments, an inkwell, pen tray and blotter, to a carved panel depicting Al-Aqsa Mosque, inscribed ‘Jerusalem’ with a hinged baize lined writing surface, with a separate box holding writing instruments, the right side with a cupboard door enclosing three drawers, 37¾in (95.9cm) high, 22¼in (56.6cm) wide, 21in (53.1cm) deep. £2,000-3,000

357. A Chinese bronze censer, decorated dragons and symbols with mask lifts, the underside with a cast seal character, 4½in (11.5cm) high, 9¾in (24.8cm) across handles. £80-120

358. A Chinese cased set of 10 shaped paint blocks, each with a low relief scene and calligraphy to the reverse, 12¼ x 8¼in (31 x 21cm). £80-120

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359. A pair of miniature cloisonné vases, decorated bamboo, flowers and flying cranes, 3½in (9cm) high, a Japanese satsuma small bowl, 2½in (6cm) wide, a tree ornament with enamel fruit flowers and a bird in a cloisonné bowl, marked silver, 4in (10cm) high, a lacquer box and cover, the top decorated two lychees, 2in (5cm) high, a wood brush pot with the remains of a red lacquer interior and a copper teardrop water pot on stand. (8) £200-300

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Sir Cecil Beaton at Reddish House, Broad Chalke, Wiltshire. The following five lots formerly graced the Drawing Room of Reddish House, Sir Cecil Beaton’s home from 1948 until his death in 1980. The new ‘Drawing Room’ combined ‘burgundy velvet walls, with curtains of rosy chintz, Louis XV fauteuils with giant Meissen vases’, and was visited by many famous guests including Greta Garbo. Dorian Leigh was famously photographed by Beaton in the Drawing Room standing next to the white painted overmantel (lot 361) and the French marble fireplace (lot 363).

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360 detail 360. Five pairs of rose pattern chintz curtains, with serpentine edge pelmets, the curtains lined and interlined with green chintz edges, c.1960, 120in (305cm) high, together with five giltwood and painted pelmets, 64in (165cm) wide, with foliate edges and centred with carved flaming torches with flowers, two cut and another pelmet, gilt and white painted, with a Vitruvian scroll, early 19th century and later. (A lot) £500-800 Provenance: Formerly the Property of Sir Cecil Beaton, Ex Reddish House, Broad Chalke, Wiltshire. The chintz material was printed from an Edwardian fragment belonging to Sir Cecil. 361. A French carved wood painted overmantel mirror, parcel gilt and white, the reverse inscribed 'The Baroness', 79in (200.5cm) high, 66in (167.5cm) wide. £500-700 Provenance: Formerly the Property of Sir Cecil Beaton, Ex Reddish House, Broad Chalke, Wiltshire.

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362. A Wilton carpet designed by Cecil Beaton for the drawing room of Reddish House, in 18th century Brussels style, c.1960, 378 x 183in (960 x 465cm). £500-800 Provenance: Formerly the Property of Sir Cecil Beaton, Ex Reddish House, Broad Chalke, Wiltshire. The carpet was a special commission woven at Wilton for Sir Cecil.

363. A 19th century French carved marble fire surround, with an arc d'arbelet and moulded edge mantel, 44½in (113cm) high, 70in (178cm) wide, 54½in (138.5cm) inside width, with a painted faux marble wood base. £1,000-1,500

364. A pair of late Victorian cast iron fire panels by Thomas Elsley, decorated in 18th century rococo style with a central scene of the Fox and the Crane from Aesop's fables, the backs marked 'T. ELSLEY', 34¾ x 19in (88 x 48.5cm). (2) £300-500

Provenance: Formerly the Property of Sir Cecil Beaton, Ex Reddish House, Broad Chalke, Wiltshire.

Provenance: Formerly the Property of Sir Cecil Beaton, Ex Reddish House, Broad Chalke, Wiltshire.

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the Frost CoLLeCtion The following 40 lots were removed for the convenience of sale from the Michelmersh Court, nr. Romsey, the former country home of the late Sir David Frost and his wife Lady Carina Frost. Michelmersh Court, near Romsey, a grade II* listed mansion was their country retreat for over twenty five years and witnessed many famous visitors including George Bush Senior who visited in 1993.

365. A gilt brass and glass cylindrical hall lantern, with three lights, scroll supports with glass corona, 28½in (72.5cm) high, 12in (30.5cm) diameter. £400-600 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey.

366. A glass and brass mounted three light hall lantern, with etched decoration to the 'U' shaped body, hung with chains from peacock head hooks, 14in (35.5cm) high, 12½in (31.1cm) diameter. £300-400 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey.

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367. A set of three 19th century steel fire tools. (3) £100-150 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey. 368. A brass and steel serpentine firegrate in George III style, 26in (66cm) high, 23½in (59.7cm) wide, 11¾in (29.3cm) deep. £100-150 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey.

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370 369. A mahogany and palmwood colonial library table, with a cleated top above a pair of drawers with replaced locks and filled handle holes on turned supports and peripheral stretchers, 29¼in (74.5cm) high, 50in (127cm) wide, 30in (76cm) deep. £400-600 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey. 370. An oak chest of drawers, with brass tear drop handles, 33in (84cm) high, 36in (91.5cm) wide, 18¼in (46.3cm) deep. £50-100 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey. 371. A wing armchair in early 18th century style, on walnut moulded cabriole legs with Braganza type feet. £400-600 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey. 372. A Victorian oak ‘X’ frame stool, with a replaced stretcher, one finial missing, 21in (53.3cm) high, 19¼in (48.6cm) wide, 17¼in (43.6cm) deep. £80-120 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey. 373. A late George III mahogany serpentine front washstand, with a hinged top, frieze drawer and tambour shutter, 34in (86.3cm) high, 16in (40.6cm) wide, 17¼in (43.8cm) deep. £100-150 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey.

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374. A late 19th century giltwood and gesso stool, with a worn needlework covered top, 18½in (47cm) high, 25in (63.5cm) wide, 20in (50.8cm) deep. £300-400 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey.

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375. A late 19th century giltwood and gesso wall mirror, with a rectangular bevelled plate and sloping marginal plates, 41¼ x 33in (105 x 84cm). £300-400 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey. 376. A painted metal pentagonal hall lantern, with leaf appliques and glass panels, 21½in (54.5cm) high, 12½in (31.5cm) wide. £400-600 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey. 377. A Dutch embossed brass frame wall mirror, with a rectangular bevelled plate, 31 x 18¼in (78.8 x 46.5cm). £100-150 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey. 378. An Orkney armchair, with pine frame, previously painted green with a dropin rush seat, 41½in (105.5cm) high. £300-400 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey. 379. An early 19th century mahogany bergère armchair, with a later squab cushion, with brass castors. £300-400 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey. 380. A late George III mahogany gentleman’s washstand, the hinged top revealing a swing frame mirror, the pierced shelf missing above a pair of cupboard doors and a drawer, 33in (84cm) high, 17¾in (45cm) wide, 16¾in (42.5cm) deep. £100-150 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey.

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381. An Edwardian mahogany linen press, with stringing and satinwood banding, enclosing four slides, 82¼in (209cm) high, 50in (127cm) wide, 23¾in (58cm) deep. £100-150 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey.


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382. A late 19th century continental bird’s eye maple dressing table, with mahogany mouldings, 32in (81cm) high, 39½in (100.4cm) wide, 19¼in (49cm) deep, and an en suite mirror with shaped bevelled plate, previously swing frame, 25½ x 19in (65 x 48.2cm). (2) £300-400 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey. 383. A walnut triptych dressing table mirror, 27½in (70cm) high, 42½in (108cm) fully open. £30-50 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey. 384. A walnut open armchair, upholstered in a stripe material and a set of four Victorian beechwood side chairs. (5) £40-60 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey. 385. A mahogany glazed square washstand, with a hinged door above a banded frieze drawer, George III and later, 32in (81.3cm) high, 14in (35.3cm) square. £100-150 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey. 386. An early 18th century panelled oak chest, with a leaf scroll carved frieze, the interior with a lidded till, one panel replaced, 23½in (59.8cm) high, 38in (96.5cm) wide, 19½in (49.5cm) deep. £300-500 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey. 387. A pair of mahogany jardinères, with painted lines and marquetry paterae, with brass liners, 33¼in (84.5cm) high, 30¾in (35cm) diameter. (2) £300-500 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey. 388. An Edwardian mahogany wardrobe, inlaid stringing, the interior with a high shelf above a brass rail and hooks, 83in (211cm) high, 51½in (131cm) wide, 21½in (54.5cm) deep. £100-150 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey.

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389. A pair of late 19th century French ormolu and white marble candelabra, raised on circular bases with tripod hoof and rams’ head supports to a ribbed bowl, with a floral cover issuing four branches with ribbon tied swag urn holders, 20¾in (52.7cm) high. (2) £800-1,200 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey. 390. A pair of 19th century continental giltwood and gesso pier mirrors, with arched plates in rococo style frames, slight differences, 43 x 16in (109 x 40.5cm). (2) £1,000-1,500 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey.

389 391. A pair of oils on panel, stable scenes of shire horses and Boston Terriers ratting, 10 x 13¾in (25.5 x 35cm). (2) £150-200 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey. 392. A pair of Victorian seated portraits, of a gentleman and a lady, watercolour, 7½in x 6¼ (19 x 16cm), and a pair of engravings ‘La Jeune Florentine’ and ‘La Jeune Portugaise’. (4) £60-100 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey.

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393. A pair of 19th century woolwork pictures, a young lady sat by a river holding an urn and a gentleman helping a lady over a stile, 9 x 9½in (23 x 24cm), and a pair of 19th century silkwork pictures of rural landscapes. (4) £80-120 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey.

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394. Italian School c.1900. San Michele Venice, oil on canvas, bears a signature, 20 x 27¾in (50.8 x 70.5cm).

£800-1,200

Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey.

395. Continental School. Houses in a wooded glade with a town in the distance, oil on canvas, 16¼ x 27¼in (41.2 x 69.2cm) and a companion, a figure in similar landscape. (2) £200-300 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey.

396. Jan Van Beers. Winter scene with figures skating and a town in distance, oil on panel, signed, 8½ x 10¾in (20.3 x 27.4cm). £800-1,200 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey.

397. Ezecsenyi (20th century). A pair of Dutch village scenes, oil on panel, 16 x 19¾in (40.5 x 50cm). (2) £100-150 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey.

398. 19th century English School. Two children in a lakeside landscape, one playing with a model boat the other passing a flower, 36¼ x 29¼in (92 x 66.5cm). £600-800 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey.

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399. 19th century French School. Still Life, flowers in a vase on a pedestal with landscape background, oil on canvas, 32 x 27in (81 x 68.5cm). £500-800 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey. 400. Five coloured botanical engravings, with birds or insects, three with Chinese characters to the margins, 13 x 8½in (33 x 22.5cm). (5) £100-150 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey. 400A. Carl Hartman. A pair of watercolour portraits of a mother with two children and a father with a son, signed and dated 1846 / 1847, 13½ x 11in (34.2 x 28cm), in ornate giltwood and gesso frames. (2) £600-800 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey. 401. A pair of oval charcoal drawings, romantic scenes with figures in garden landscapes, 6 x 8in (15 x 20cm), in carved giltwood and gesso frames. (2) £100-150 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey. 402. An 18th century needlework and wirework panel, of fruit, flowers, birds, butterflies and other insects, 8½ x 13in (21.5 x 33cm). £150-200 Provenance: The Property of the late Sir David and Lady Carina Frost, Michelmersh Court, Romsey. 403. A reverse glass painting, a bust portrait of a lady wearing a bonnet and a fur stole, 11¼ x 8½in (28.5 x 21.5cm). £150-200 398

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404. After William Westall. ‘North West view of the Fort of Bombay’, coloured aquatint, 11¼ x 14¼in (28.5 x 36cm), an aquatint ‘Scene in Bombay’, and an aquatint ‘A Gentleman with his Hookah Burdar, or Pike Bearer’. (3) £40-60

405. Rosie Hatchell ‘09. Standing nude female, pencil, signed and dated, 19 x 10in (48 x 27.3cm). £50-100

406. A pastel head and shoulders portrait of a lady, unsigned, 16½ x 12½in (42 x 32cm). £80-120

407. After G. Smith of Chichester. Figure seated in a wooded river landscape with dwellings, engraving, 16 x 19¾in (40.6 x 50cm), with six other similar engravings. (7) £30-50

408. 'Veduta dell'Arco di Settimio Severo', an engraving by P. Parboni, 1825, 'In Roma presso Go. Antonelli in Piazza Sciarra N.233', together with twenty-two other engraved views of Rome by Parboni and seven by P. Ruga, all unframed. (30) £200-300

409. A pair of Edwardian coloured mezzotints, of Emma Lady Hamilton and Miss Chambers, artist's proof, after Downman by Jamas and Salles, published by Henry Graves, 1909, 12¼ x 9¾in (31 x 25cm) in giltwood and gesso glazed frames. (2) £100-200

410. Four engraved plates from The Times Atlas, ‘North Pacific Ocean,’ ‘South Pacific Ocean,’ North Atlantic Ocean,’ ‘South Atlantic Ocean,’ 17 x 22½in (43 x 57cm), in bird’s eye maple frames. (4) £80-120

411. Herman Moll. A New Map of the Upper Part of Italy...pub by C. & I. Bowles, with an inset of Italy with the Adjacent Dominions about it &c., and 11 city plans, hand coloured engraving, 24½ x 40¾in (62 x 103.5cm). £150-200

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λ 413. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and rosewood box, the lid with a view of Muckross Abbey, 2½in (6.5cm) high, 8½in (21.5cm) wide, 6½in (16.7cm) deep. £100-150 Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware.

λ 414. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and rosewood rectangular box, the lid with a view of Eridge Castle, Kent, 2½in (6.3cm) high, 7¼in (18cm) wide, 4½in (11.6cm) deep. £150-250

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Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware.

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415. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and walnut jewellery box attributed to Thomas Barton, the hinged lid with a view of Ross Castle and a border of specimen wood vandykes, the front titled ‘Killarney Lakes’, to a plush and paper lined interior, originally with a tray, 3¾in (9.3cm) high, 9¼in (23.2cm) wide, 6¼in (15.7cm) deep. £200-300 Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware.

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λ 416. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and rosewood square box, the lid with a floral spray to geometric and foliate bands, with three further bands to the sides, with a satin lined interior, 3¼in (8cm) high, 7in (18cm) square. £150-250 Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware. 416

λ 417. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and rosewood square box attributed to Thomas Barton, the lid decorated with roses, to geometric and foliate bands, 2¼in (5.7cm) high, 6in (15cm) square. £150-200 Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware.

λ 418. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and rosewood sarcophagus shape sewing box, all over decorated with flowers, the interior with a previously divided pull-out tray, 5½in (14cm) high, 11in (28cm) wide, 9in (23cm) deep. £200-300

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419. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and ebony sealing wax outfit attributed to Thomas Barton, with a later lid, 3¾in (9cm) high, 3½in (8.7cm) diameter. £60-80 Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware. 420. A Victorian Tunbridge ware stickware cylindrical matchstick holder, 2in (5cm) high. £50-70 Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware.

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λ 421. An unusual Victorian Tunbridge ware and rosewood yo-yo, the two turned halves decorated with radiating patterns, 3¼in (7.8cm) diameter. £150-250

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Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware. 422. Four Victorian Tunbridge ware stickware napkin rings, 1¾in (4.2cm) diameter. (4) £40-60

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Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware.

λ 423. Sewing Interest: a Victorian Tunbridge ware and rosewood table clamp pin cushion, 6in (14.8cm) high, a rosewood pin cushion box, the base inscribed in pen and dated ‘July 14th 1894’ and four disc shape pin holders, three with stickware decoration, one with specimen wood parquetry. (6) £120-180

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Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware.

λ 424. Three rare Victorian Tunbridge ware and rosewood cotton reel holders, each with geometric star decoration, 1½in (3.5cm) high. (3) £80-120

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Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware.

λ 425. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and rosewood go-to bed, the lid with a bone match holder 2¼in (5.3cm) high, together with a cylindrical pot and cover with a ribbed body and a barrel shape pot with a stickware decorated lid. (3) £80120

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Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware.

λ 426. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and rosewood disc shape pocket compass, the lid decorated with a geometric star design, 1½in (3.7cm) diameter. £80-100 Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware.

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λ 427. Four Victorian Tunbridge ware and rosewood square boxes, two decorated with specimen wood parquetry cubes, the other two with floral designs, 1¼in (3cm) high, 2½in (6.3cm) square, max. (4) £100-150 Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware.

λ 428. Five Tunbridge ware rosewood and ebony rectangular boxes, one by Thomas Barton decorated a flower, the base with the remains of a paper label, one decorated a bird in a tree, the others with floral designs, 1½in (3.9cm) high, 4in (10cm) wide, max. (5) £120-180

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Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware.

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λ 429. Five Victorian Tunbridge ware rosewood and stickware snuff boxes, four with ribbed sides, all with geometric star designs, 1¼in (3cm) high, 1¾in (3.5cm) diameter, max. (5) £80-120 Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware.

λ 430. Five Tunbridge ware tangram puzzle boxes, comprising: an ebony and geometric parquetry example by Thomas Barton, one piece of puzzle remaining, the base with an oval printed mark ‘THOMAS BARTON MT. EPHRAIM TUNBRIDGE WELLS, 1in TUNBRIDGE WARE MANUFACTURER’,

(2.7cm) high, 2in (5cm) square, a rosewood and geometric example by Edmund Nye, the interior with a circular printed label ‘EDMUND NYE, Manufacturer, MOUNT EPHRAIM and PARADE, TUNBRIDGE WELLS’ and three others one with an ivory puzzle. (5) £150-250

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Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware. 431. Two Victorian Tunbridge ware stickware star shape thread wheels, 1¾in (4.3cm) diameter. (2) £80-120 Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware.

λ 432. A Victorian Tunbridge ware pin poppet in the form of an acorn, with a stickware decorated screw-off lid, 1½in (3.8cm) long, together with a rosewood, fruitwood and ebony small brush, 2¾in (6.9cm) high. (2) £60-100

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Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware. 432 433. A Victorian Tunbridge ware specimen wood model of an egg, 4¼ (10.7cm) long. £40-60 Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware.

λ 434. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and rosewood paperweight, the top inlaid with specimen wood vandykes, 2½ x 3¾ (6.3 x 9.5cm). £80-120

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435. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and walnut rectangular box, the lid with a specimen wood parquetry cube panel to a plush lined interior, 2¾in (6.7cm) high, 9¾in (24.7cm) wide, 3¾in (9.2cm) deep. £80-120 Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware.

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λ 436. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and rosewood stationery box, the sloping lid inlaid flowers with geometric banding and escutcheon, to a divided interior, the brass hinges stamped ‘P. MOORE REGISTERED SEPT ...’, 4¾in (12cm) high, 6½in (16cm) wide, 4in (10cm) deep. £100-150 Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware.

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λ 437. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and rosewood sewing box, the lid with a view of Eridge Castle, Kent, to a padded silk lined interior, 3½in (8.6cm) high, 7¼in (18cm) wide, 5in (12.4cm) deep. £150-250 Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware. 437

λ 438. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and rosewood box, with a domed lid inlaid with roses to geometric and foliate borders, the interior originally lined, the hinges stamped ‘P.M. & Co. PATENT’, 2¾in (7.1cm) high, 8¼in (20.7cm) wide, 5in (12.9cm) deep. £100-150 438

Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware.

λ 439. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and rosewood tea caddy, the lid with a mosaic cube panel, with waisted sides with a floral band, to a vacant interior, 5¼in (12.8cm) high, 8½in (20.7cm) wide, 4¼in (10.8cm) deep. £100-150 Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware.

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λ 440. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and rosewood letter box, the hinged lid with a central floral panel and two slots, to a divided interior, 4½in (11.1cm) high, 8½in (21.7cm) wide, 5½in (14cm) deep. £150-250 Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware.

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λ 441. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and rosewood tea caddy, decorated a floral spray the interior with a single lidded compartment, 5in (12.3cm) high, 5¼in (13.4cm) wide, 4¾in (12.3cm) deep. £100-150 Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware.

442. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and macassar ebony stationery box by Thomas Barton, the sloping lid inlaid a floral spray to a paper lined interior with three divisions, the base with a printed paper label inscribed ‘T. BARTON, Late NYE, Manufacturer,

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MOUNT EPHRAIM AND PARADE, TUNBRIDGE WELLS.’, 4in (10cm) high, 6in (15.3cm) wide,

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£200-300

Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware. 442

λ 443. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and rosewood rectangular box, the lid with two parquetry stylized stars, the interior with a pull-out tray, 1¾in (4.1cm) high, 4¾in (11.9cm) wide, 2½in (6.3cm) deep. £50-70

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Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware.

444. A Victorian Tunbridge ware glove box attributed to Edmund Nye, with a domed lid inlaid a floral panel, to a paper lined interior, the brass hinges stamped ‘P.MOORE, REGISTERED SEPT 27 1845’, 2¾in (7cm) high, 9¾in (24.8cm) wide, 4in (10cm) deep. £150-200 444

Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware.

λ 445. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and rosewood box attributed to Thomas Barton, with a specimen wood parquetry cube panel to the lid, 2½in (6.2cm) high, 7½in (19cm) wide, 5½in (13.8cm) deep. £150-200

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Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware.

446. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and ebony rectangular box attributed to Thomas Barton, the lid with a specimen wood parquetry cube panel, the base with specimen wood vandykes, 3in (7.4cm) high, 6¼in (16cm) wide, 4½in (11cm) deep. £150-200 446

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λ 447. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and rosewood inkstand, with a matching pen and a later glass inkwell, 3¼in (8.4cm) high, 5in (12.7cm) wide, 4in (10.1cm) deep. £150-200 Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware.

λ 448. A Victorian Tunbridge ware ebony and rosewood tray, the centre with a specimen wood parquetry cube panel, with outer mosaic bands, 7 x 9in (17.4 x 22.6cm). £100-150

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Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware. 449. A rare Victorian Tunbridge ware picture of the Pantiles, Tunbridge Wells, within a flower decorated glazed frame, 9¼ x 10¾ (23.2 x 26.8cm). £200-250

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Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware.

λ 450. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and rosewood book slide, the ends decorated with views of Hever Castle and Battle Abbey, the underside with a printed paper label ‘M. A. Abraham’, 13in (33cm) wide. £100-200

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Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware. 451. Two Victorian Tunbridge ware stamp boxes, each decorated with a profile bust of Queen Victoria, with more than 1000 tesserae, the top stickware, the sides mosaic, one inscribed ‘POSTAGE STAMPS.’, the other ‘POSTAGE ONE PENNY’, 1½in (3.6cm) wide, 1¾in (4cm) deep, max. (2) £80-120

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Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware. 452. A Victorian Tunbridge ware specimen wood card case, with chevron designs, 4½ x 3in (11 x 7.5cm). £30-50

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Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware.

λ 453. Two Victorian Tunbridge ware and rosewood stamp boxes, the lids decorated with geometric designs, 1½in (3.5cm) square and two rectangular boxes. (4) £120-180

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This lot show the evolution from old Tunbridge ware to a later high quality layout. Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware.

λ 454. A Victorian Tunbridge ware snuff box, with a geometric decorated lid, 2½in (6cm) diameter, a miniature rosewood and specimen wood parquetry cube chamberstick and a small stickware circular tray. (3) £80-120

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455. A Victorian old Tunbridge ware and bird’s eye maple rectangular box, the lid with a geometric parquetry design with a conforming escutcheon, 2¼in (5.5cm) high, 7½in (19cm) wide, 3in (7.6cm) deep. £100-150 Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware. 456. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and walnut cribbage box, the hinged lid inlaid a cribbage board and titled ‘CRIBBAGE’, to a divided interior containing sections of mosaic, specimen wood, stickwork discs and turnings, 2½in (6.3cm) high, 10in (25.5cm) wide, 3½in (8.6cm) deep. £200-400 Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware.

λ 457. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and rosewood rectangular box, 2¾in (6.7cm) high, 9½in (24.3cm) wide, 4in (10.3cm) deep. £80-120 Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware. 458. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and burr walnut miniature chest, the rectangular top with a view of Hever Castle, above two short and three long drawers, the bottom one fitted with a hinged writing slope, two secret drawers and compartments, 19½in (49.7cm) high, 14½in (36.5cm) wide, 10in (25cm) deep. £1,000-1,500 Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware.

λ 459. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and rosewood rectangular box, with a specimen wood parquetry cube lid, with a later mother of pearl escutcheon, 2¾in (6.5cm) high, 9½in (24.2cm) wide, 3in (7.8cm) deep. £80-120 Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware. 460. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and macassar ebony box attributed to Thomas Barton, the domed lid with a central specimen wood lozenge flanked by a pair of parquetry diamonds, the brass hinges stamped ‘MATCHETT MOORE 3 PATENT’, 2in (5.2cm) high, 8in (20.3cm) wide, 3in (7.6cm) deep. £150-200 Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware. 458

λ 461. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and rosewood rectangular box, the lid inlaid with foliate and chain bands, 1½in (3.8cm) high, 9in (22.5cm) wide, 2¼in (5.9cm) deep. £80-120 Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware.

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462. Three Victorian Tunbridge ware boxes, each with a specimen wood parquetry cube decorated lid, 1½in (3.3cm) high, 3¾in (9.4cm) wide, 2¾in (6.6cm) deep, max. (3) £50-80 Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware. 463. Fourteen Victorian Tunbridge ware brushes, the handles decorated with specimen wood parquetry cubes and floral designs, the smallest brush attributed to Edmund Nye, 9½in (24cm) long, max. (14) £150-200

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Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware.

λ 464. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and rosewood small tray, decorated a recumbent spaniel, 3¼ x 4¼in (8 x 10.7cm), together with three stamp boxes, two with specimen wood parquetry cube lids, the other with a floral panel. (4) £80-120 Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware. 465. Fourteen Victorian Tunbridge ware brushes, the handles decorated with specimen wood parquetry cubes and floral designs, the smallest brush attributed to Thomas Barton, 9½in (24cm) long, max. (14) £150-200 Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware.

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466. Five Victorian Tunbridge ware sewing / needle cases, one decorated with a dog and ‘A PRESENT FROM MALVERN’, the others with flowers and parquetry cubes one inscribed ‘NEEDLES’, 3in (7.8cm) wide. (5) £40-60 Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware. 467. Five Victorian Tunbridge ware page turners, the largest attributed to Thomas Barton, three all over decorated with a combination of specimen wood parquetry, geometric and floral designs, together with a bookmark, 12¼ (31cm) long, max. (6) £80-120 Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware. 465

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468. Six Victorian Tunbridge ware small rectangular boxes, the lids mosaic stickware decorated with: recumbent spaniels, a cockerel, a butterfly and flowers, 1in (2.2cm) high, 2½in (6.2cm) wide, max. (6) £80-120 Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware. 469. A Victorian Tunbridge ware stickware pin cushion by Thomas Barton, the base with a printed paper label inscribed ‘T. BARTON, late NYE, Manufacturer, MOUNT EPHRAIM AND PARADE, Tunbridge Wells,’ 1½in (3.4cm) diameter and two other stickware pin cushions. (3) £120-180

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λ 470. Four Victorian Tunbridge ware cribbage boards, comprising: a Masonic board, with specimen woods, bone and ivory, engraved with a square and compass, on brass feet, with a plug hole to store pegs,12½in (31.4cm) long, a rosewood board, a specimen wood board and a board with a peg recess with a sliding cover. (4) £200-300 Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware. 471. A 19th century Madeiran goncalo alves and chevron parquetry sewing box, the interior with a divided lift-out ray with a paper label ‘JOAO FERNANDES ROCHA, Com officina de marceneiro na rua da Impertriz D. Amelia No. 116 MADEIRA’, 3½in (8.6cm) high, 13in (33cm) wide, 8in (20.5cm) deep. £100-150

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Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware. 472. Thirty-six Victorian bone pegs, one stained red. (36) £20-30 Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware. 472 473

473. A Victorian Tunbridge ware stickware barrel tape measure, 1½in (3.5cm) high, a stickware sewing wax holder and pin cushion and a silk lift with stickware button ends. (3) £50-70 Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware. 474. A late George III mahogany box, with satinwood banding and ebonised and boxwood stringing, with a green paper lined interior to a divided base drawer, 8½in (21.5cm) high, 16in (40.3cm) wide, 9¼in (23.5cm) deep. £150-250

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Provenance: The Alberto Rava Collection of Tunbridge ware. 475. An early 19th century stained maple sewing box, with a mirror to the inside of the lid and a paper lined interior, with a divided lift-out tray, 4¾in (11.8cm) high, 13in (32.5cm) wide, 9in (22cm) deep. £150-250 475

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other ProPerties 476. A rare Victorian old Tunbridge ware and satinwood box, the lid decorated with a butterfly with wood mosaic parquetry bands, to a divided cedar lined interior, 2¾in (6.5cm) high, 8in (20.5cm) wide, 6in (15.3cm) deep. £50-100 476

477. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and ebony sewing box attributed to Thomas Barton, the hinged lid decorated a view of Bayham Abbey, East Sussex, within bands of flowers the inside of the lid with Prince Edward with a spaniel and a falcon, to a silk and paper lined lift-out tray with divisions and lidded compartments, the brass lock stamped ‘TURNER MAKER, CITY ROAD LONDON’, 4in (10.5cm) high, 10¾in (27cm) wide, 8¾in (21.8cm) deep. £200-300

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λ 478. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and rosewood collar box, the hinged lid decorated with a central floral spray, 2¼in (5.5cm) high, 6in (15.3cm) square. £40-60 478

479. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and bird’s eye maple box by Edmund Nye, the lid with a panel of flowers, the base with a band of oak leaves and acorns, the brass hinges stamped ‘P.M. FORE, Registered Septs 27 1893’, with a printed paper label ‘EDMUND NYE, Manufacturer, MOUNT EPHRAIM & PARADE, TUNBRIDGE WELLS.’, 5in (12.4cm) high, 8¼in (21cm) square. £250-350

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480. A Victorian Tunbridge ware stamp box, the lid decorated with a profile bust of Queen Victoria in fine detail with more than 1000 tesserae, the top stickware decorated, the sides in wood mosaic, 1¼in (3.4cm) wide, 1½in (4cm) deep. £80-120

480 481. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and bird’s eye maple scent bottle box, with parquetry bands, the plush lined interior with twin divisions, 2¾in (6.7cm) high, 4in (10cm) wide, 2½in (6cm) deep. £80-120

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482. A rare Victorian Tunbridge ware and specimen wood 9in apprentice ruler, inlaid nine parquetry stars, 9in (23cm) long. £40-60 This ruler was made at the end of an apprentice period to test their skills. 483. A Victorian Tunbridge ware sealing wax holder attributed to Thomas Barton, with a screw-off lid the other with a hob nail cut end, 9½in (24cm) long. £100-150

λ 484. Two Victorian Tunbridge ware clothes brushes, one with a specimen wood handle, the other decorated a band of foliage, 9½in (24.1cm) long, a Tunbridge ware rosewood chamberstick and a fern ware paper knife / page turner. (4) £40-60 485. A Victorian Tunbridge ware picture depicting Shakespeare’s birthplace Stratford-upon-Avon, possibly by Hollamby, 6½ x 7½in (16.2 x 19.1cm). £120-180 The timber framed cottage in Henley Street was bought by Shakespeare’s father in 1550.

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λ 486. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and coromandel sewing box by Thomas Barton, the hinged pin cushion lid above geometric and floral bands, the base with the remains of a printed paper label ‘T. BARTON, Late NYE, Manufacturer, MOUNT EPHRAIM, AND PARADE, TUNBRIDGE WELLS.’, 3¼in (8.2cm) high, 6in (15cm) wide, 4in (10cm) deep, together with a small rosewood box the lid inlaid parquetry stars, the underside inscribed ‘I. D. Downing’. (2) £80-120 λ 487. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and rosewood tape measure, 1in (2.5cm) high, a combined stickwork pin cushion and measure and a star shape stickwork thread wheel. (3) £80-120 λ 488. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and rosewood circular box and cover by Thomas Barton, the interior with a zinc lining the base with the remains of a paper label, 3in (7.7cm) diameter, a very rare boxwood box and cover with stickware decoration, and a stickwork pin cushion. (3) £80-120

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λ 489. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and rosewood book slide, one end decorated with parquetry specimen wood the other with a mosaic of a bird on a branch, 10½in (26.6cm) wide. £100-150

490. A very rare Tunbridge ware whitewood cylindrical box and cover attributed to Edmund Nye, the lid with a parquetry star, the body with bands of decoration, 2in (5cm) high, 1¾in (4.3cm) wide. £80-120

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λ 491. A Victorian Tunbridge ware table clamping screen-holder attributed to Thomas Barton, with turned rosewood handles, 8½in (21.6cm) high, 22¼in (56.5cm) extended. £80-120 490

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492. A rare early 19th century Tunbridge ware whitewood nest of seven lidded containers attributed to Edmund Nye, the largest inlaid a parquetry star, the others painted with radiating designs, 1¼ (2.7cm) high, 1in (2.5cm) wide, max. £80-120

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λ 493. A Victorian Tunbridge ware rosewood tangram puzzle box, the lid decorated with a mosaic flower head, the interior with a puzzle, 2in (5cm) wide, together with another tangram puzzle box by Thomas Barton, the inside of the parquetry star lid with a printed paper label inscribed ‘T. BARTON late NYE, Manufacturer, MOUNT EPHRAIM and PARADE, TUNBRIDGE WELLS’. (2) £80-120

493 494. Edward H. and Eva R. Pinto: Tunbridge and Scottish Souvenir Woodware, cloth with dust jacket, published G. Bell & Sons, London, 1970. £10-20 494

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495. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and ebony sewing companion by Thomas Barton, with a hinged pin cushion revealing a compartment flanked by two divisions to a floral band and on stickwork disc feet, the underside with a printed paper label ‘T. BARTON, Late NYE, Manufacturer, MOUNT EPHRAIM, AND PARADE TUNBRIDGE WELLS’, 4in (10.2cm) high, 9in (22.7cm) wide, 4¼in (11cm) deep. £80-120 495

λ 496. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and rosewood twin tower desk thermometer, with an ivory scale, 5½in (13.7cm) high, 3¾in (9.4cm) wide, 2¼in (5.5cm) deep. £80-120

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λ 497. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and macassar ebony desk-stand attributed to Thomas Barton, with a turned ebony handle flanked by a pair of lidded cylindrical containers and two stamp boxes, with a central watch stand, pen tray, an ivory match stand and a metal striker, on bun feet, 5in (12.7cm) high, 8¾in (21.8cm) wide, 5¾in (14.5cm) deep. £400-600

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498. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and walnut tea caddy, with a domed lid inlaid a central tablet of a hare, the interior with twin lidded compartments, 6½in (16.1cm) high, 9½in (24cm) wide, 5¼in (13.2cm) deep. £80-120

λ 499. A rare Victorian old Tunbridge ware wood mosaic and rosewood desk tray, the centre with a parquetry star, 2in (5cm) high, 12in (30.3cm) wide, 9in (23cm) deep. £100-150


500. A 19th century pearlware teapot and cover, with painted floral decoration, 7½in (19cm) high, a pair of Staffordshire twin spaniel groups, 8in (20cm) high, a Staffordshire cow and calf group, and a pair of Walton pearlware ram, ewe and lamb groups, 6in (15.2cm) high, and a Staffordshire group of a seated lady with putti, 9½in (24cm) high. (7) £200-300 501. Two large continental tin-glazed tobacco or apothecary jars probably 19th century, one painted in the Dutch manner with a scrolling rococo cartouche around the title ‘Romano’, ‘P:C:’ mark to the base, the other inscribed ‘Tabacq D’Espagne’ on a panel between two guardian figures holding bamboo stems, 12in (30cm) max. (2) £200-300

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502. A Hutschenreuther oval porcelain plaque, painted a young lady, with HR in circle mark and ‘15’, 3¼ x 2¾in (8.5 x 6.7cm) in an Italian giltwood frame, a German porcelain plaque of a naked young lady, the reverse with label inscribed ‘Ov. 22 Solitude,’ 2½ x 2in (6.2 x 5.2cm) in an Italian giltwood frame and a 19th century Naive School portrait miniature of a young girl, watercolour, in an ebonised frame. (3) £200-300 503. A 19th century Parian figure of a lady with a sheaf of corn, 13¾in (35cm) high. £100-200

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502 504. Three Italian Grand Tour carved marble profile relief busts of Roman emperors, titled ‘SERGIO GALBA’, ‘NERO’ and ‘VESPAS AUG’, in painted wood frames, 13¾in (34.8cm) diameter, together with a classical engraving within a moulded marble frame, 19th century and later. (4) £300-400 505. Four Italian Grand Tour carved marble profile relief busts of prominent Romans, one of Galenus, the prominent physician and philosopher, the others possibly of Emperors, in painted wood frames, 19th century and later, 9¼in (23cm) diameter. (4) £300-400

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506. A late 19th century ornithological pietra dura panel, 7½in (5cm) high, 19in (12.6cm) wide, and a small brass box similar inset pietra dura lid, 1½in (3.8cm) high, 3½in (8.5cm) wide. (2) £100-150 507. Two 19th century gilt brass relief busts of gentlemen, in later oval giltwood frames, 15 x 12¼in (38 x 31cm), a painted plaster relief portrait plaque entitled ‘LE GENERAL BONAPARTE’, 8½in (21.5cm) diameter and a wax portrait bust of George III, 8¼in (21cm) diameter. (4) £200-300

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508. An early 20th century pond yacht, with a planked hull, single mast and cloth sails, 63in (160cm) high, 68½in (173.7cm) wide. £500-700

509. A 19th century French Prisoner of War carved wood and polychrome model of H.M.S. Phoebe, a thirty-six gun frigate, fully rigged with a planked deck, with brass cannon and a carved figurehead, on a chevron banded stand, with a later title plaque and glazed case, 6½in (16.5cm) high, 8½in (21.4cm) wide, 3¼in (8.1cm) deep. £1,000-1,500

510. An early 19th century French Prisoner of War bone and baleen model of a ninety gun ship of the line, fully rigged with pinned and planked hull and brass cannon, standing on a stepped straw-work marquetry base within a glazed and brass framed octagonal case, 6½in (16cm) high, 9¼in (23.3cm) wide, 4½in (11.6cm) deep. £2,000-3,000

Provenance: Believed to have been purchased from the Parker Gallery and sold Duke’s, 1st June 2006, lot 615.

Provenance: Hampton & Littlewood, 21st June 2006, lot 259.

511. An Edwardian mahogany and marquetry oval drinks tray, with brass carrying handles, 23in (58.5cm) wide. £50-100

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512. A George III mahogany knife box, with stringing and a vacant interior, 14in (37.5cm) high, 8in (22.2cm) wide, 11in (28cm) deep. £80-120

513. A late Victorian mahogany and marquetry circular drinks tray, with a pair of brass handles and a wavy gallery, 19¼in (48.6cm) wide, together with a similar oval drinks tray. (2) £200-300


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514. A pair of turned and ribbed mahogany candlesticks in George III style, with brass candle holders, one sconce missing, 21in (53.3cm) high. (2) £400-600

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515. A pair of 19th century turned fruitwood candlesticks, 9in (23cm) high. (2) £400-600 516. An early 19th century satinwood and marquetry book carrier, with a turned spindle three quarter gallery and lifts, the underside with a brass inventory plaque stamped ‘J.W.T 348,’ 7in (18cm) high, 15in (38cm) wide, 10in (25.4cm) deep. £600-800

λ 517. An early 19th century turned rosewood reading glass, 10in (25.5cm) long. £100-150 518. A late 18th century French carved treen oblong box, decorated cornucopia, ribbon swags, husks and flower heads, with a hinged cover, 2½in (6.3cm) high, 5¾in (14.6cm) wide, a sycamore butter tub, 5in (12.7cm) high, a 19th century treen barrel, a dot decorated cylindrical bodkin case, a copper galleried pen tray, previously plated, a late 19th century parquetry banded tea caddy and a chinoiserie decorated papier maché tray. (7) £200-300

519. A Swiss carved walnut model of a bull in the manner of Huggler, late 19th / early 20th century, 4¾in (11.7cm) high, 6in (15.3cm) wide. £80-120

520. A 19th century carved ebony bracket, the rectangular top with a winged cherub support, 5½in (14cm) high, 3¾in (9.5cm) wide, 4in (10.2cm) deep. £40-60

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521. An early 19th century Italian miniature walnut chest, with stringing and banding, 10in (25.5cm) high, 11¾in (30cm) wide, 5¾in (14.6cm) deep. £60-80

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522. A Victorian oak pillar letter box, with brass enamelled flap, a hinged door with leather interior above a drawer with applied brass registration lozenge for 7th May 1872?, 19¾in (50.2cm) high, 11¼in (28.35cm) diameter. £1,500-2,000

523. A 19th century mahogany table linen press, with acorn finial on a screw thread, with two drawers and on ogee bracket feet, 27in (68.5cm) high, 14¼in (36cm) wide, 12¼in (31cm) deep. £200-300

λ 525. An amboyna and ivory edged humidor, with a divided interior, 4¾in (12cm) high, 11¾in (28.5cm) wide, 8¾in (21cm) deep. £80-120 Provenance: Newby Hall, Yorkshire.

524. A Victorian walnut writing slope, with brass mounts, fitted interior with secret drawers, 7in (18cm) high, 16in (40.6cm) wide, 10½in (26.5cm) deep and a Victorian oak smoker’s chest in the form of a safe, containing three drawers, stamped ‘W.O RD56399’, 9½in (24cm) high and wide. (2) £50-100

526. A mid 19th century mahogany tea chest, with a central cut glass footed bowl, flanked by a pair of hinged lidded canisters, 9in (23cm) high, 14in (35.5cm) wide, 7in (17.5cm) deep. £100-150 Provenance: The Norris Family formerly of Wood Norton Hall, Norfolk.

527. A 19th century walnut and parquetry card box, the partitioned interior with a cribbage board and silk lined, 3in (7.6cm) high, 9¾in (24.8cm) wide, 7¼in (18.5cm) deep and an inlaid blotter. (2) £80-120

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528. A George IV coromandel sewing box, the brass inlay, with a satinwood partitioned tray and a leather letter pouch, the brass lock stamped crowned ‘GR’, ‘PATENT, ‘previously with feet, 5in (13cm) high, 12in (30.5cm) wide, 8½in (21.5cm) deep. £150-250


λ 529. A George III ivory and cut steel octagonal tea caddy, with tortoiseshell edging, the front with a painted plaque depicting a lady and man wearing a plumed hat, loop handle to both lids, 5in (12.6cm) high, 4¾in (10.8cm) wide, 3in (7.6cm) deep. £1,000-1,500

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λ 530. A Regency sarcophagus shape tea caddy by Lund, with ivory shell lifts, feet and edging, previously with pewter stringing, the satinwood interior with a pair of hinged lidded canisters flanking a replaced footed glass bowl, the lock stamped ‘LUND MAKER LONDON’, 7¾in(19.8cm) high, 12¾in (32.5cm) wide, 5½in (14cm) deep. £2,500-3,500

λ 531. A late 19th century octagonal tortoiseshell tea caddy, with pewter stringing and ivory edging, the hinged cover with push button release and inlaid a vacant shield and wreath, 3½in (9cm) high. £200-300

λ 533. A 19th century French rosewood and cut steel scent bottle box, with a plush lined divided interior with five cut glass scent bottles with stoppers, 4¾in (11cm) high, 7½in (19cm) wide, 5½in (14cm) deep. £100-200

532. An Edwardian tortoiseshell and silver mounted box retailed by Asprey, the floral and scroll embossed silver mounts by George Fox, London 1900, the hinged cover with a central plaque initialled ‘DMH 21st May 1906’, with a vacant interior the underside inscribed ‘ASPREY LONDON’, 4in (10cm) high, 10¾in (26cm) wide, 7in (17.8cm) deep. £3,000-4,000

534. A George IV mahogany and brass bound document box, the hinged cover with a sunken brass handle inscribed ‘Sir Gilbert Heathcote, Bart, PAPERS’, the interior with two hinged covers and a vacant central section, with a brass lock stamped crowned ‘GR’ ‘PATENT’, 4¾in (12cm) high, 21¾in (55.2cm) wide, 15in (38cm) deep. £250-350

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535. A Napoleon III ‘Empire’ style ormolu and portor marble inkstand, with a bust of Minerva flanked by two inkwells in the form of urns with cone finials and glass liners, with a pen recess, on eagle bracket feet stamped ‘JD’, 12.75in (32.1cm) h, 17.75in (44.7cm) w, 9.25in (23.3cm) d. £400-600

536. Two Italian Grand Tour marble Forum Ruins, the Temple Castor and Pollux and the Temple of Vespasian and Titus, 9in (23cm) high. (2) £2,000-3,000

537. A George IV macassar ebony and brass bound tea chest, the hinged cover inset a crested brass plaque, revealing a cedarwood interior with four divisions with four levels for the sprung lids with ebony and mother of pearl handles, the brass lock stamped with crowned ‘PATENT’,’S. MORDAN & Co, LONDON,’ 6¼in (16cm) high, 13½in (34.4cm) wide, 9½in (24.2cm) deep. £400-600

538. An early 19th century satinwood and marquetry tea chest, the interior now vacant, 6¼in (16cm) high, 12in (30.5cm) wide, 6in (15cm) deep. £80-120

539. A cast iron and painted lion’s head mount, with a lead tongue, 7in (17.8cm) high, and a cast spelter dog’s head, on a marble base, 7¼in (18.4cm) high. (2) £100-150

540. A late 19th century French ormolu inkwell, with a butterfly finial to the hinged cover and a serpent handle, 5¼in (13.5cm) high. £100-200

λ 541. A late 19th century French kingwood and ebonised pin cushion, the drawer with label for ‘MAROQUINERIE, 188, Palais-Royal, 189, MONNOT,’ 4¾in (12cm) high, 5in (12.8cm) square, a 19th century turned walnut cotton reel holder, with turned ivory feet, 6in (15.2cm) high. (2) £100-150

542. An Austrian brass Poodle pen wipe, marked ‘GESCHUTZT’ 3½in (9cm) long, and a brass pig pen wipe. (2) £100-150

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543. A Napoleon III bronze tap, 7¾in (19.7cm) long. £10-20

544. A 19th century bronze clenched fist wall mount, with an aperture for a fitting, 6in (15.2cm) high, 4¾in (12cm) deep. £60-100

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545. A 19th century gilt brass bell pull, 5½in (14cm) high, an inkwell, with moulded glass well rotating to a lid, 3¼in (8.2cm) high, and a an iron desk stamp holder. (3) £60-80

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546. A late 19th century brass inkwell, with three stork supports, 7in (18cm) high, and a pen tray with stork heads, serpents and frogs, 9in (22.8cm) wide. (2) £100-200

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547. A brass weight inkwell, with ceramic well, 3¼in (8.3cm) high, a brass fish paper clip, 4¾in (12cm) long, and a Victorian brass hinged pen wipe, with registration lozenge, 2in (5cm) high. (3) £100-150

548. A novelty cheroot cutter, of a crouching monkey with a hinged tail, in a copper bowl, 4¾in (12cm) high. £100-150

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549. A late 19th century brass kennel inkstand, the hinged cover with a glass liner and with two pugs, one foot missing, previously plated, 4¾in (12cm) high and a cold painted spelter Spaniel inkwell, 4¼in (11cm) high. (2) £100-150

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550. A 19th century French gilt bronze and porcelain inkstand, the adjustor handle stamped ‘BREVET D’IMPORTATION ET DE PERFECTIONEMENT’, 5½in (14.2cm) high, 8¾in (22.2cm) wide, 5¼in (13.1cm) deep. £100-150 550

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551. A Fro-joy ice cream enamel and aluminum shop advertising sign, the top banner on a red ground inscribed ‘DELICATESSEN’ above a shaped cream ground panel inscribed ‘Fro-Joy ICE CREAM’, with sealtest badge, the brackets stamped ‘PAT NO 1854145’, 41½in (105.5cm) high, 59½in (151cm) wide. £600-800

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552. A painted tole and wirework bird cage, 27½in (70cm) high, 15in (38cm) diameter. £100-150

553. A French bronze Napoleon tomb paperweight, 3½in (9cm) long, and a French shallow bronze oval bowl, on an onyx base, 7½in (19cm) long. (2) £100-150

554. A 19th century walnut, boxwood and pewter inkstand, with a frieze drawer inscribed ‘W. Pio Nano, D. Giuseppe Secomandi / (Hebrew text) Secomandi D. Giuseppe, W.G.G.M. 1866,’ 4¼in (11cm) high, 4¾in (12cm) wide. £40-60

555. A 19th century French pierced and engraved brass casket, the hinged cover inset a floral painted porcelain panel, 5in (12.7cm) high, 7½in (19cm) wide, 4¾in (12cm) deep. £400-600

556. A late 19th century French shell and gilt brass scent bottle holder, with a pair of cut glass scent bottles with stoppers, 10¾in (27.4cm) high. £100-150

557. A 19th century floral painted tea caddy, with a twin lidded interior, containing a quantity of mother of pearl gaming counters and a quantity of bone gaming ‘fish’ counters, 5in (12.6cm) high, 8½in (21.5cm) wide, 4¾in (12cm) deep. (A lot) £50-100 Provenance: Newby Hall, Yorkshire.

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λ 558. A pair of giltwood and gesso floral decorated frames, each containing a ceramic photographic plate portrait, each bearing a signature in further rosewood easel back frames, with printed label to reverse ‘Byrne & Co, Photographers to her Majesty, Hill Street, Richmond Surrey’, 12¾ x 11¾in (32.5 x 30cm). (2) £180-220

559. A bronze chinoiserie photograph frame, with an easel back, early 20th century, 9½ x 7¼in (24 x 18.5cm). £100-150 Sold on behalf of the Salisbury Sudan Medical Link charity.

560. A Victorian pierced and engraved gilt brass photograph frame, with an oval hinged cover inset onyx plaque and relief rose, revealing two oval apertures, the easel inscribed ‘JOHN. T. ANDERSON & CO, 62, King St, Manchester,’ 10¼in (26cm) high. £200-300

561. A pair of carved wood and parcel gilt swan ornaments, on simulated marble bases, 8¼in (21cm) the highest. (2) £50-100

562. A pair of late 19th century bronze and ormolu small campana shape urns, on square plinths, 5½in (14cm) high and a late 19th century French bronze and ormolu putto candlestick, drilled, on a marble base, 8½in (21.5cm) high. (3) £100-150

563. A 19th century French ormolu tazza, decorated Bacchanalian figures and panthers, on a green marble base, 8in (20cm) high, a pair of 19th century French bronze vases with covers, 11¼in (28.5cm) high and a pair of 19th century bronze griffin candlesticks, 7in (18cm) high. (7) £100-150

564. Two 19th century bone needlecases, modelled as an umbrella with a Stanhope lens, 4¾in (12cm) long and a set of bellows, 3¾in (9.5cm) long. (2) £80-120

565. A walnut and verre eglomise country house bell box, late 19th / early 20th century, 19¾ x 22½in (49.5 x 57cm). £40-60

566. Two onyx bell pushes, retailed by ‘THOMAS GOODE & CO (LONDON) LTD’, 2¼in (5.8cm) square. (2) £80-120

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567. A pair of hexagonal chinoserie planters, with ebonised and giltwood decorated frames, having brass liners, 8¾in (22.2cm) high and wide. £200-300

569. Two treen page turners, with pug head terminal, 15½in (39.4cm) the longest. (2) £80-120

568. A Persian pottery urn on stand, decorated with a seated Sultan with attendants and a procession of birds, a camel and an elephant, the base with applied peacocks, the base inscribed, 36¾in (93.1cm) high, 16in (40cm) diameter. £800-1,200

λ 570. A late 19th century tortoiseshell page turner, with an applied white metal swan and a in gilt ‘d’amitié’, 12¾in (32.1cm) long, together with a Japanese lacquer shell shape box, the interior with a tray relief decorated with buildings, Meiji 1868-1912, 2in (5cm) wide. (2) £80-120

571. A palmwood club, 14in (35.5cm) long, a malacca priest, 12½in (32cm) long, a Baird & Tatlock nitrogen filled thermometer, 15¾in (40cm) long, in a wood tube. (3) £60-80

Sold on behalf of the executors of The Hon. Mary Anna Marten dec’d, of Crichel House, Dorset.

572. A pair of shell decorated frames, 9¼ x 11¾in (23.5 x 30cm) outside measurement. (2) £80-120

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573. A pair of late Victorian brass oil lamps, set within wrought iron wall mounts, 19½in (49.5cm) high, 14½in (37cm) deep, a brass fan firescreen, two brass pestle and mortars, two iron and copper linked chains. (7) £20-30

574. A Victorian bronze door stop by William Tonks & Sons, with traces of gilt and an iron base with star trade mark and ‘W T & S’ and ‘3 07’, 11in (28cm ) high, 7in (17.8cm) wide, 3in (7.6cm) deep. £100-200


575. A 19th century French ormolu and champlevé enamel tazza, with a turned onyx shallow bowl, the lifts with seated putti, one holding a butterfly, the other a hand mirror, 13in (33cm) high, 14½in (37cm) diameter. £1,000-1,500

576. A carved and painted stone cresting, decorated figures in a wooded landscape above gilt flowerhead and leaves, on a marble base, 18in (45.6cm) high. £100-200

577. A brass brace, 10¾in (27.4cm) high. £150-200

λ 578. A middle eastern knife, with a damascened blade and square silver coloured metal handle with mother of pearl and tortoiseshell, with scabbard, 9¾in (27.4cm) long. £60-80

579. A late 19th century low relief plaster plaque, depicting a scene from the life of William Tell, of the governor being shot by a crossbow, signed ‘H.B.’ 3in (7.6cm) diameter, in an ebonised frame. £40-60

580. An oval portrait miniature of Napoleon, 3 x 2½in (8 x 6.5cm) in an ebonised frame and a ceramic plate, printed and painted ‘Napoleon & Sir Hudson Lowe’ 8¼in (21cm) diameter. (2) £80-120

581. A pair of 19th century needlework slippers, depicting mounted huntsman and hound, framed and glazed, 18½ x 16in (47 x 40.7cm). (2) £100-150

582. A reproduction French toleware wall clock, striking movement by L’Epee with lever platform, in a circular blue painted case with gilt grapes and leaves, surmounted by brass pendant and bow, 12in (31cm) diam. £100-200

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583. A pair of late 19th century silver and gilt spelter figural epergnes, 19in (48cm) high. (2) £100-150 Provenance: Newby Hall, Yorkshire. 584. A pair of gilt brass storm lanterns, modern, 15¾in (40cm) h. (4) £100-200 585. A Victorian satinwood and onyx photograph frame, the hinged gate cover with an enamelled brass plaque inscribed ‘PRIVATE,’ revealing an oval aperture and plush linings, the easel back marked ‘MANOAH RHODES & SONS, Bradford,’ 8½in (21.5cm) high. £100-150

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586. An Austrian miniature cold painted bronze parakeet, 1¼in (3cm) high, a miniature cold painted bronze mouse, a gilt brass and turquoise bead eye glass, and a Mauchline ware note pad, printed Floors Castle and Dryburgh Abbey. (4) £150-200 587. A continental copper jardinere, with applied rondels of Roman soldier and woman, pewter horse lifts, 18¼in (46cm) high. £80-120

λ 588. An Italian mandolin, with tortoiseshell and mother of pearl decoration, with a label for ‘Dco Barmbilla....Napoli’, 24½in (62cm) long, and another Italian mandolin. (2) £100-150

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589. A Quimper carved wood and polychrome decorated tray, depicting four local characters, signed ‘FTOUITTEIL’, 24in (61cm) high, 11¾in (30cm) wide. £100-150 590. Two French leather and gilt brass concertina boxes, the brown one initialled ‘E.B.W’ and marked inside ‘Maison Fenoux, Fant de l’empereur, Palais-Royal 130,’ 6¾in (17cm) wide. (2) £80-120 590A. A pair of late Victorian brass door stops by William Tonks & Son, with trademark sun and ‘WT & S’ to a loaded base and handle. (2) £200-300

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λ 591. A Chinese carved ivory chess set, natural and red stained, red king 3½in (9cm) high, red pawn 1 5/8in (4.2cm) high, in a fitted rosewood box. £100-150

592. A set of bone and ebony dominoes, each stamped ‘CHARLES HEIDSICK, CHAMPAGNE’, in the original box with the lid impressed ‘BY ROYAL WARRANT TO H.M. KING EDWARD VII, Charles Heidsick FINEST EXTRA QUALITY CHAMPAGNE’, 6½in (16.2cm) long. £150-250

593. Three Scottish granite curling stones, with wood grip handles. (3) £100-200

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594. A Staunton pattern boxwood and ebony chess set by Jaques & Son, the white king stamped 'JAQUES LONDON', with red crown marks to two knights and one rook, one rook with a plain stamp, weighted bases, the king: 4½in (11cm) high, the pawn: 2¼in (5.5cm) high, in a mahogany baize lined box with green trade label inscribed 'THE Staunton Chessmen, TWO PRIZE MEDALS AWARDED, H. Staunton, Note this Signature, Without it none are Genuine. J. JAQUES & SON, LONDON, ENGLAND.'. (33) £300-400

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594 595. A pair of leather riding boots, 11¼in (28.5cm) sole length, another pair 11in (28cm) sole length, both pairs with trees, a pair of leather stable boots, two pairs of boot pulls, a pair of stirrups, various leather tongues and straps. £100-150

596. A chrome and brass roulette wheel, applied a rabbit, horse, cockerel, dog, elephant and ostrich on a mahogany base marked ‘JAJ 707’, 13¾in (35cm) square, with a cloth divided and named mat, in a stained wood carrying case. £150-250 595 596 597. Historie Naturelle, Coquilles de Mer, four coloured engravings, by differing artists, 14 x 9in (35.5 x 23) and an engraving form the same series, Coquilles Terrestres by Joan Juman. (5) £100-200 598 598. A briar branch carriage whip, with a leather handle. £40-50

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601. Eight Egyptian shabti, five with differing glazes, one in a gilt metal pendant mount, 1in (2.5cm) high. (8) £200-300

602. A small collection of shells and coral, and Seashells of the World with Values by A Gordon Melvin, Shell Life by Edward Step, Shore Life Fishes by H Trevor Jones. £200-300

603. A small collection of fossils and minerals.

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604. A 19th century hippopotamus foot waste paper basket, 7½in (19cm) high. £80-120

605. A taxidermied bittern, in a naturalistic setting and a glazed case, 31½in (79.1cm) high, 21½in (53.8cm) wide, 10½in (26.7cm) deep. £80-120

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606. A Saudi Arabian khanjar, with a silver coloured sheet metal covered handle with additional wire work and a curved sheath with thum finial and with leather back, 13in (33cm) long, and three Middle Eastern daggers with leather sheaths. (4) £100-200

607. A Persian khanjar, with a wood handle and silver coloured metal mounts and sheath, inscribed Arabic script, 15½in (39.4cm) long and a middle eastern janbiyya, with a ridged blade and horn handle, with scabbard and belt, 14¾in (37.5cm) long. (2) £300-500

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608. A Persian khanjar, with a horn handle and sheet silver coloured metal, the scabbard with a velvet back, 11½in (29cm) long, an Omani silver coloured metal necklace with a large disc pendant and applied European coins and a silver coloured metal, gilt and coral bead necklace. (3) £300-400

609. A German walnut, iron and brass mounted crossbow, the left side of the butt with a flat edge and cap, 17th/18th century, 36in (91.5cm) long. £400-600 609

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610. A George IV simulated rosewood and marquetry inlaid settee, with bolster cushions, 34¾in (88.3cm) high, 80½in (204.5cm) wide, 26in (66cm) deep. £1,000-1,500

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611. A mahogany dining table, comprising a pair of ‘D’ ends and a central drop-leaf table with a removable leaf, having a reeded edge on turned tapering ribbed legs and later brass castors, early 19th century and later, restored with alterations, 29in (73.5cm) high, 54in (137cm) wide, 124in (315cm) long. £2,000-3,000

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Provenance: Purchased from Thakenham Antiques, Petworth.

612. A set of seven late George III mahogany dining chairs, each with a reeded bar back and a stuffed-over seat, comprising an open armchair and six side chairs, together with a similar open armchair. (8) £600-1,000

613. An early 19th century mahogany kneehole desk, with ebonised banding, part cedar lined drawers, with a pair of cupboard doors enclosing two later shelves, on a later plinth, 30¾in (78cm) high, 60½in (153.6cm) wide, 30in (76.2cm) deep. £600-800

614. A late George III mahogany serpentine chest, the satinwood crossbanded top, above four long graduated drawers fitted replaced brass handles on swept bracket feet, 36¼in (92cm) high, 41¾in (105.7cm) wide, 22¼in (56.6cm) deep. £800-1,200

615. A George II mahogany silver table, with a spindle gallery above two frieze drawers and a deep drawer with later handles, on lapet carved club legs to pad feet, 32¼in (82cm) high, 24½in (62cm) wide, 18in (45.8cm) deep. £1,000-1,500

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616. A fine pair of George III mahogany serpentine commodes, with rosewood crossbanded and fine boxwood and ebonised strung tops, above three long drawers with replaced pierced brass plate handles, on shaped aprons and splay bracket feet, 33žin (85.7cm) high, 46in (116.5cm) wide, 20in (51cm) deep. (2) £20,000-30,000 One commode inscribed with the initials A.E.W to the underside of each drawer.

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617. A Victorian oak bookcase by W. M. Johnson, with a pair of glazed doors enclosing adjustable shelves above two frieze drawers and cupboards below, with a paper label for ‘W M JOHNSON & SON, CABINET MAKERS, UPHOLSTERERS AND GENERAL FURNISHERS 82 & 84 FARGATE SHEFFIELD’, 96in (244cm) high, 56in (142.5cm) wide, 19¾in (50.1cm) deep. £1,500-2,000

λ 618. Two Regency rosewood occasional tables, ‘formerly from a quartetto’ with satinwood banding and stringing, 28¾in (73cm) high, 18in (45.6cm) wide, 12in (30.5cm) deep, the largest. (2) £100-150 108

619. A late Victorian mahogany whip and boot stand, 39¼in (99.3cm) high, 29¼in (74.2cm) wide, 14¼in (36cm) deep. £200-300

620. An early 19th century oak side table, with scroll brackets, 29½in (75cm) high, 30in (76cm) wide, 90¼in (49cm) deep. £100-150


621. A mahogany tripod candle stand, inlaid with marquetry and stringing, having a circular tilt-top, 33¼in (84.4cm) high. £60-80

622. A George III mahogany tripod table, with a square tilt-top on a vase turned stem, 28in (71.3cm) high, 25¼in (64.3cm) square. £150-250

623. A late George III mahogany pole firescreen, with a silkwork panel of a lady tending Shakespeare’s grave, 50in (127cm) high. £50-80

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624. A walnut lowboy in 18th century style, 31½in (80cm) high, 30in (76cm) wide, 18½in (46.8cm) deep. £100-200

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625. A Regency mahogany breakfast table, the reeded edge calamander banded tilt-top, inlaid ebonised stringing, on a tripod base, 28in (70.7cm) high, 41½in (105.3cm) wide, 32½in (82.3cm) deep. £100-200

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λ 626. A pair of William IV rosewood side chairs, with lapet carved decoration, an early 19th century and later ebonised open armchair with a cane seat, and a 19th century painted beechwood side chair with a rush seat. (4) £80-120 626

627. A Victorian walnut octagonal sewing table, with a partitioned and lidded interior, 28¾in (73cm) high, 17¼in (44cm) wide. £100-150

628. A mahogany lamp table, with a gallery and slide, 28¼in (71.5cm) high, 12in (30.5cm) square. £60-80 627

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629. A pair of teak folding deck chairs, with brass studded leather armrests and buttoned leather seats. (2) £600-800

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630. A mahogany coaching games table, with a drawer having divisions, a white metal handle and a baize lined surface, replaced brasswork, early 20th century, 29in (73.5cm) high. £100-200

631. A 19th century mahogany and brass oval three tier campaign washstand, 34in (86.5cm) high, 24¼in (61.5cm) wide, 17½in (44.5cm) deep. £200-300

632. An early 19th century mahogany campaign side table, with a reeded edge rectangular top with bras capped turned removable legs, 28½in (72.5cm) high, 37in (94cm) wide, 17in (43.2cm) deep. £300-400

633. A 19th century French mahogany gout stool, with stringing and gilt brass star mounts, 7in (18cm) high, 13½in (34.2cm) wide, 11¾in (30cm) deep, and a parcel giltwood rectangular foot stool. (2) £150-200

634. Two 19th century mahogany foot stools, one with a tapestry drop-in seat on splay legs, 11½in (29cm) high, 15in (38cm) wide, the other with a stuffed-over seat. (2) £40-60

635. A colonial exotic wood planter, with a lift-out tin liner, formerly a cellaret, early 19th century but adapted, 13½in (34cm) high, 18¼in (46.3cm) wide, 12½in (31.3cm) deep. £100-150

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636. A George III mahogany and satinwood banded serpentine commode, gilt brass mounted, the moulded edge top above four long graduated drawers, the top drawer originally fitted, with cast leaf gilt brass handles and escutcheons, with side carrying handles, on bracket feet, 35½in (89.8cm) high, 42in (106.5cm) wide, 23½in (59.8cm) deep. £1,500-2,000

637. An ‘X’ frame armchair, upholstered brass studded leather. £100-150

638. A late Victorian mahogany Gainsborough armchair, later upholstered studded brown leather on blind fret front legs. £500-700

639. A mahogany Gainsborough armchair, 19th century and later. £600-800

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640. A George III mahogany linen press, with a detachable fluted and marquetry paterae cornice above a pair of doors with oval veneers with crossbanding and stringing, the interior with one slide, above two short and two long drawers with cast gilt brass handles, on splay bracket feet, 79½in (202cm) high, 56in (142.3cm) wide, 25½in (65cm) deep. £500-800

641. A George IV mahogany supper table, with ebonised line inlay and dot and dash banding, end frieze drawers, one part divided, with later wood handles, 28in (71cm) high, 27½in (69cm) wide closed, 41½in (105.5cm) deep. £200-300

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642. A mahogany chest, the top with ebonised outline oval panels and satinwood banding, above four strung drawers with replaced handles, 19th century and later, 32¼in (82cm) high, 34in (86.4cm) wide, 19¾in (50cm) deep. £250-350

643. A late 19th century satinwood card table, with segmented and crossbanded top with fine stringing, baize lined, on twin gates, 28¾in (73cm) high, 36¼in (92cm) wide, 17¾in (45cm) deep. £600-800


λ 644. A late Regency mahogany breakfast table, rectangular top with curved ends and wide rosewood crossbanding, 27¾in (69cm) high, 54 x 36½in (137.2 x 92.8cm). £400-500

645. A Victorian walnut Sutherland table, the frame stamped ‘4286’, 29¼in (74.2cm) high, 32in (81.3cm) wide, together with a mahogany two tier square occasional table, 37¼in (69.2cm) high, 17in (43cm) square. (2) £40-60

646. A late 19th century walnut and coromandel banded bowfront side cabinet, with a frieze drawer above a cupboard, 36in (91.8cm) high, 31½in (80cm) wide, 15in (37.8cm) deep. £300-400

647. An early Victorian mahogany three tier buffet, on brass castors, 42in (106.6cm) high, 44¾in (113.6cm) wide, 18¼in (46.3cm) deep. £150-250

648. A mahogany and brass bound navette shape peat bucket, with swing handle and liner, 19th century, 14¾in (37.5cm) high, 14¼in (36cm) wide. £150-250

649. A fruitwood and chestnut wall hanging cabinet, a pair of glazed arched doors enclosing a shelf, 20in (51cm) high, 25in (64 cm) wide, 8in (20cm) deep. £100-200

650. A late George III mahogany serpentine front commode chest, with later brass handles, the back marked ‘L33’, 28½in (72cm) high, 25¼in (64cm) wide, 18in (45.3cm) deep. £100-150

651. A pair of 19th century Dutch marquetry side chairs, the seat rails stamped ‘A667’. (2) £100-200

652. A walnut bachelor’s chest in 18th century style, 28¼in (71.6cm) high, 25¾in (65.3cm) wide, 16½in (41.7cm) deep. £200-300

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653. A carved pine console table, the veneered marble top above an egg and dart frieze above a Greek key border and a leaf carved on cabriole legs to hairy paw feet, 32¾in (82.8cm) high, 56¼in (142.8cm) wide, 25in (63.5cm) deep. £3,000-5,000

654. A George III mahogany writing table, with an inset green leather top above three frieze drawers to either side, on square tapering legs and spade feet, 30¼in (76.4cm) high, 54in (136.7cm) wide, 30in (75.7cm) deep. £300-500

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655. A mahogany ‘D’ end dining table, with an extra leaf, 29in (73.5cm) high, 65¾in (167cm) long, 38½in (98cm) wide. £300-400

656. A mahogany twin pedestal desk, the moulded edge top inset gilt tooled red leather, 19th century and later, 29¾in (75.5cm) high, 47¼in (120cm) wide, 23in (58.4cm). £200-300 656 657. A George III oak chest, of two short and three long graduated drawers, fitted replaced brass handles, 42¼in (107.5cm) high, 41¼in (104.7cm) wide, 19½in (49.2cm) deep . £100-150 657

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658. A Victorian mahogany pedestal desk, the moulded edge top above an arrangement of drawers with brass swan neck handles, central cupboard on plinth base, 30½in (77.5cm) high, 66in (168cm) wide, 28in (71cm) deep. £800-1,200 659. A mid 18th century mahogany bachelor’s chest, with a hinged fold-over top above an arrangement of three long and two short drawers on bracket feet, with side carrying handles, 33in (84cm) high, 37¼in (94.5cm) wide, 20¾in (52.5cm) deep. £500-700

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λ 660. A pair of William IV rosewood pole firescreens, with anthemion and scroll rectangular frames, on ribbed, beaded and petal carved stems with triform bases, 53in (134.5cm) high, 15½in (59.4cm) wide. (2) £300-400

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λ 661. A pair of mahogany and brass mounted three tier étagères, with rosewood crossbanding, on castors, 25¾in (65.3cm) high, 12½in (31.7cm) square. (2) £1,200-1,800 662. A set of 19th century mahogany wall shelves, together with a matching set of a later date, 29in (73.4cm) high, 27in (68.7cm) wide, 7¼in (18cm) wide. (2) £200-300

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λ 663. A pair of early Victorian rosewood nursing chairs, on brass castors. (2) £200-300 663

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Furniture ForMerLy At Wood norton hALL, norFoLk Wood Norton Hall was acquired by the Norris family in 1780, although the house dates from the 17th century. It has a colourful history most notably that Lady Emma Hamilton, a friend of the Norris’ used Wood Norton Hall as a ‘safe house’ for her trysts with Lord Nelson.

Copyright Adrian S. Pye.

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664. A George III mahogany Pembroke games table, the drop-leaf top with a sliding central section, the underside inlaid in ebony and sycamore a chequer board and outlined in green stained sycamore, two other game boards, revealing a compartmented interior with a central backgammon board, flanked by two counter compartments inlaid with trompe l’oeil dice, the lids kingwood banded, one inlaid a chequer board, the underside of one inlaid a cribbage board and the backgammon lid inlaid marquetry, parquetry and penwork playing cards, on square tapering legs, with moulded ankles, together with assorted counters, chess pieces, backgammon pieces and playing cards, 27½in (69.8cm) high, 30in (75.8cm) wide, 20¾in (52.7cm) closed. £800-1,200 Provenance: The Norris Family, formerly of Wood Norton Hall, Norfolk.

665. A George III mahogany tea table, with fret brackets on square chamfered legs, 29in (73.5cm) high, 36in (91.2cm) wide, 17½in (44.4cm) deep. £300-400

λ 666. A set of six William IV rosewood buckle back dining chairs, each with a shell and scroll splat to a drop-in seat. (6) £300-400

Provenance: The Norris Family, formerly of Wood Norton Hall, Norfolk.

Provenance: The Norris Family, formerly of Wood Norton Hall, Norfolk.

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λ 667. A William IV rosewood work table, the satinwood banded drop-flap above a frieze drawer with turned ebony handles, on a faceted tapering stem, hipped splay legs and brass paw sabot and castors, 28¾in (71.7cm) high, 16in (40.8cm) wide, 18¾in (46.5cm) deep. £500-800 Provenance: The Norris Family, formerly of Wood Norton Hall, Norfolk.


668. A George III mahogany chest on chest, with a dentil and blind fret cornice, with two short and three long drawers flanked by fluted angles above a brushing slide and three further drawers on shaped bracket feet, 75in (190.5cm) high, 45½in (115.1cm) wide, 23¼in (59cm) deep. £500-800 Provenance: The Norris Family, formerly of Wood Norton Hall, Norfolk.

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669. A George III mahogany secrétaire cabinet on stand, crossbanded overall, the reeded and fluted cornice with applied carved florets above a pair of doors with outlined mouldings, enclosing two short and four long satinwood drawers with stained sycamore, tulipwood and kingwood banding above a drawer with a hinged front enclosing pigeon holes and three harewood and tulipwood banded drawers, above a further drawer originally fitted a writing surface on square chamfered legs, 73¾in (187.4cm) high, 41¼in (104.6cm) wide, 24¼in (61.3cm) deep. £3,000-4,000 Provenance: The Norris Family, formerly of Wood Norton Hall, Norfolk. 670. A George II mahogany bureau bookcase, the moulded cornice above a pair of fielded panel doors, enclosing three adjustable shelves above pull-out candle slides, the hinged fall enclosing an arrangement of pigeon holes and drawers, with two secret pilaster compartments flanking a panelled door, above a well with a sliding cover above four long graduated drawers on bracket feet, 86in (218.5cm) high, 40¾in (103.5cm) wide, 22½in (57.2cm) deep. £800-1,200

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Provenance: The Norris Family, formerly of Wood Norton Hall, Norfolk.

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671. A George III mahogany bureau possibly by Thomas Chippendale, the crossbanded fall revealing drawers and pigeon holes, above four long graduated drawers each with a ‘S’ shape keyhole and bracket feet, 42in (106.6cm) high, 37¾in (95.5cm) wide, 20¾in (52.5cm) deep. £1,000-1,500 Provenance: The Norris Family, formerly of Wood Norton Hall, Norfolk.

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The ‘S’ scroll key escutcheons fitted to the drawers of this bureau is a feature almost exclusively used by Thomas Chippendale. This type of lock is thought to have been made by Elizabeth Gascoigne of St. James’s, London metalsmith who supplied Thomas Chippendale and also William Vile & John Cobb. Most notably ‘S’ shape keyholes can be found on the bookcases supplied by Chippendale for the Library of Brocket Hall.

672. A George III mahogany bureau, the hinged fall revealing a fitted interior of drawers, pigeon holes and a central cupboard door with a drawer and a secret drawer, above four long graduated drawers, 42in (106.8cm) high, 38½in (97.4cm) wide, 20in (51cm) deep. £300-400

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Provenance: The Norris Family, formerly of Wood Norton Hall, Norfolk.

673. An early 19th century mahogany chest, the reeded edge top above three long and deep drawers, fitted bone shield shape escutcheons and embossed flower head brass plate handles, 44½in (112.7cm) high, 36½in (92.6cm) wide, 19¼in (48.8cm) deep. £300-400 Provenance: The Norris Family, formerly of Wood Norton Hall, Norfolk.

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λ 674. A William IV rosewood stool, the rails with stencil marks ‘FROM FREEMAN’S MANUFACTORY ST. ANDREWS NORWICH’, inscribed in pencil ‘1506 Norris’, 16½in (41.7cm) high, 20½in (52cm) wide, 14½in (36.8cm) deep. £300-400 Provenance: The Norris Family, formerly of Wood Norton Hall, Norfolk. William Freeman, Norwich, general furniture maker and broker is recorded in the poll book of 1812 at St. Andrew’s and Robson’s Directory lists him in 1839.

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675. A set of six George III East Anglian elm and fruitwood chairs, each with a vase shaped splat to a solid seat, together with a similar chair. (7) £100-150 675

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Provenance: The Norris Family, formerly of Wood Norton Hall, Norfolk.


676. A George III mahogany bachelor’s chest, with a caddy moulded edge top with a brushing slide and four long graduated drawers and bracket feet, 32½in (82.3cm) high, 32¾in (82.8cm) wide, 18¼in (46.3cm) deep. £800-1,200 Provenance: The Norris Family, formerly of Wood Norton Hall, Norfolk.

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677. A George III mahogany toilet mirror, with later turned wood handles, 24¾in (63cm) high, 17¼in (44cm) wide, 8½in (21.6cm) deep. £100-150 Provenance: The Norris Family, formerly of Wood Norton Hall, Norfolk.

λ 678. A William IV rosewood nursing chair, with a carved flower and scroll back to needlework upholstery. £300-400 Provenance: The Norris Family, formerly of Wood Norton Hall, Norfolk.

other ProPerties

680. A late Victorian satinwood open bookcase, with ebonised stringing with a gilt brass three quarter gallery, with two adjustable shelves, 36¾in (93.5cm) high, 53½in (136cm) wide, 9½in (24cm) deep. £400-600

λ 679. A William IV mahogany supper table, the drop-flap top with rosewood crossbanding, with a single frieze drawer with a dummy front to the reverse, 28¾in (72.7cm) high, 38in (96.4cm) wide, 22¾in (56.5cm) closed. £200-300 Provenance: The Norris Family, formerly of Wood Norton Hall, Norfolk.

681. A late Victorian mahogany twin pedestal desk by Maple & Co., with kingwood banding, the central drawer stamped, all the drawers fitted Hobbs & Co. brass locks, on metal castors, 30in (76cm) high, 54½in (137.8cm) wide, 29½in (75cm) deep. £300-500

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682. A mid 19th century giltwood and gesso landscape overmantel mirror, with a replaced rectangular plate, 22¼ x 44¼in (56.5 x 112.3cm). £100-200

683. A William IV giltwood overmantel mirror, with a baton and leaf decorated frame, 24½ x 49¾in (62.2 x 126cm). £250-350

684. A Victorian giltwood and gesso over mantel mirror, the arched plate to a beaded slip and a flower and ribbon frame, 72 x 57in (183 x 145cm). £500-700

685. A late 19th century giltwood pier mirror, in Empire style, the rectangular plate to an anthemion and leaf scroll ebonised frieze, flanked by Pharoah pilasters, 77¾ x 46¾in (197.5 x 118.4cm). £600-800

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686. A mahogany dressing table mirror, with boxwood edging and a crossbanded base with a long serpentine front drawer, late George III and later, 24in (61cm) high, 17in (43cm) wide, 8½in (21.5cm) deep. £200-300

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687. A late Regency mahogany toilet mirror, with a kingwood banded barrel front, box base with stringing, 24¾in (63cm) high, 21¼in (54cm) wide, 9in (23cm) deep. £100-200

688. A mahogany shield shape toilet mirror, with boxwood edging and applied bone rondels, the serpentine front drawers with burr oak veneers, 24¼in (61.5cm) high, 16½in (42cm) wide, 8in (20.2cm) deep. £60-100


689 689. A Victorian ebonised and parcel gilt convex wall mirror, the plate decorated with an outer band of cut ovals, 23¼in (59cm) diameter. £100-150

690. A George I giltwood and gesso wall mirror, with a shaped bevelled plate and a relief moulded and punch decorated border, with a leaf and scroll surmount, 37½ x 21½in (95 x 54.5cm). £300-400 690

691. A Victorian giltwood and gesso landscape overmantel mirror, with an inverted breakfront diaper frieze and Corinthian capital cluster column pilasters, 24 x 59½in (61 x 151cm). £300-500

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692. A walnut toilet mirror in Queen Anne style, with shaped and pierced cresting and with a stepped bank of drawers, 30½in (77.5cm) high, 15½in (39.2cm) wide, 7¼in( 18.4cm) deep. £200-300

693. A Victorian mahogany and oak Gothic style overmantel mirror, 31½in (80cm) high, 62¾in (159.4cm) wide. £100-150

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694. A mahogany fret frame mirror, parcel gilt decoration, late 19th century, 35 x 20¼in (89 x 51.5cm). £100-150 695. A walnut fret frame mirror, parcel gilt decorated, late 19th century, 38¼ x 19¼in (97 x 49cm). £150-250

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696. A George III mahogany travelling writing desk on a tripod stand, crossbanded overall, the hinged top fitted a stationery compartment to a hinged lined fall revealing an arrangement of drawers and pigeon holes around a panelled cupboard door with pilasters revealing four graduated drawers, on a baluster turned stem on cabriole legs and pointed pad feet, with brass side carrying handles, 41½in (105.4cm) high, 25in (63.3cm) wide, 22in (56cm) deep. £800-1,200 696 open

Provenance: By repute this travelling writing desk 'vargueno' was made by Thomas Chippendale for Alexander Grimaldi. It was passed by descent to his son William Grimaldi, miniaturist to George IV and friend of Joshua Reynolds.Thence to Dr. Grimaldi, Bristol and purchased by Dr. Gilson.

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697. A mahogany blanket chest, the base with a drawer on fret bracket feet, 23in (58.3cm) high, 35¾in (90.3cm) wide, 20in (50.5cm) deep. £80-120

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698. A late George III mahogany Pembroke table, 28in (71cm) high, 31½in (80cm) wide, 19½in (49.2cm) deep. £80-120

699. A George III mahogany dining table, comprising a pair of demi-lune ends and a single leaf, 28½in (72cm) high, 66½in (169cm) wide, 47¼in (120.2cm) deep. £200-300


700. An early Victorian mahogany housekeeper’s cupboard, with a bank of twenty drawers above twin cupboards enclosing a shelf, 55¼in (140.2cm) high, 75¾in (192.6cm) wide, 11in (28cm) deep. £500-700 701 701. A walnut fret frame mirror, with parcel gilt decoration, early 20th century, 38½ x 19in (97.8 x 48.2cm). £100-150 702. A 19th century continental mahogany wall mirror, with a pierced frieze and two marquetry paterae panels and a bevelled plate, 51¼ x 25in (130 x 63.5cm). £400-600 Provenance: The Honorable Mrs Bryan L. Bourlse, Cambridge House, Cambridge, Glos.

703. A late George III mahogany bowfront hanging corner cupboard, with a concave top shelf above three others, 45½in (115.5cm) high, 24¾in (63cm) wide, 17½in (44.5cm) deep. £80-120

704. A 19th century mahogany hanging corner cupboard, the interior with three shaped shelves, 44½in (113cm) high, 30¾in (77.7cm) wide, 18in (46cm) deep. £200-300

705. A walnut hanging corner cupboard, with two arc d’arbelet front shelves, 31¾in (80.6cm) high, 20½in (52cm) wide, 12½in (31.7cm) deep. £80-120

706. A George III mahogany bowfront hanging corner cupboard, with two shelves and two spice drawers flanked by two false drawers, 30¼in (77cm) high, 22in (56cm) wide, 14½in (37cm) deep. £100-150

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707 open 707. A George III mahogany secretaire chest on chest, with blind fret carving and canted corners, with a dentil cornice above two short and three long drawers, to a girdle frieze and a drawer, fitted a central cupboard door flanked by a pair of reeded column compartments, drawers and pierced bracket pigeon holes, above two further long drawers, with pierced brass plate handles and escutcheons, on ogee bracket feet, 73in (185.5cm) high, 48in (122cm) wide, 22½in (57cm) deep. £10,000-15,000 707

708. A George IV mahogany side table, the top with rounded front corners, with later handles, 30½in (77.5cm) high, 39in (99cm) wide, 19¼in (48,5cm) deep. £150-200

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709. A Victorian carved mahogany open armchair after John Linnell, with a needlework drop-in seat. £150-200 The original chairs, a set of ten and one settee, were made for Robert Child of Osterley Park, c.1768.


710. A Victorian amboyna breakfront side cabinet, with ebonised edging and purple heart banding, the interior with a mirror back and an adjustable shelf, 36¾in (93.4cm) high, 37½in (95cm) wide, 14¾in (37.3cm) deep. £3,000-4,000

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711. An early Victorian mahogany cheval mirror, with replaced gilt brass urn finials, 51½in (130.6cm) high, 25in (63.5cm) wide, 20in (50.8cm) deep. £200-300

712. A 19th century mahogany work table, the crossbanded top inlaid a marquetry conch shell above a frieze drawer, 30in (76.3cm) high, 23in (58cm) wide, 17½in (44.6cm) deep. £100-150

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713. A beechwood and pine butcher’s block, with a drawer having a handle each end, 31¾in (80.6cm) high, 24in (61cm) square. £400-600 714

714. A Victorian painted pine washstand, the galleried top above a single drawer, 37in (95cm) high, 32in (81.5cm) wide, 18½in (46cm) deep. £100-200

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715. A mahogany demi-lune tea table, with stringing, 19th century and later, 28½ (72.5cm) high, 36in (91.4cm) wide, 17¾in (45cm) deep. £50-100

716. A 19th century mahogany writing desk in Adam style, the moulded edge top inset replaced green leather, above three frieze drawers with fluted and applied husk swag decoration, the sides with pull-out slides on panel tapering legs headed by paterae, 30in (70.8cm) high, 48in (121.8cm) wide, 29¾in (75.4cm) deep. £200-300

717. An early 19th century mahogany butler’s tray, with a shaped gallery and pierced handgrips, on an associated folding stand, 31½in (80cm) high, 26in (66cm) wide, 19¼in (48.8cm) deep. £200-300

718. A pair of Victorian walnut side chairs, (2). £80-120

719. A 19th century mahogany Pembroke table, 27¾in (70.5cm) high, 24¾in (63cm) wide, 37in (94cm) deep, a late Victorian nursing chair with oak and mahogany legs, an oak stool on carved and turned legs and a 19th century oval papier mache tray, 25in (63.5cm) wide. (4) £100-200

720. A pair of early 19th century oak side chairs, each with a later drop-in seat. (2) £20-30

λ 721. A late 19th century rosewood collector’s cabinet, with 12 drawers with sunken brass handle, brass record frames and with glass lids, 37¾in (94.6cm) high, 20in (50.8cm) wide, 17¾in (45cm) deep. £600-800 λ 722. A Victorian rosewood demi-lune side cabinet, with a pair of arch moulded glazed doors with inset coromandel fret cut panels on a silk backing, enclosing a shelf, 35¾in (90.8cm) high, 34¾in (88cm) wide, 17in (43.3cm) deep. £50-100

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723. A matched pair of early 19th century 12in globes by Carey, terrestrial and celestial, 'Cary's New TERRESTRIAL GLOBE DELINEATED From the best Authoritie's extant: Exhibiting the late Discoveries towards the NORTH POLE and every improvement in Geography to the present Time, LONDON, Made & sold by G. J. Cary, 86 St. James's Street, Jany 4th 1835' and 'CARY'S NEW CELESTIAL GLOBE OF WHICH are correctly laid down upwardsof 3500 Stars Selected from the most accurate observations and calculated for the Year 1800, With the extent of each constellation precisely defined by Mr. Gilpin of the ROYAL SOCIETY, Made & Sold by J&W Cary, Strand London, Jany 13, 1800.', each on a tripod stand, 25in (63.5cm) high, 17in (43.3cm) diameter. (2) £8,000-10,000

λ 724. A Victorian rosewood chaise longue, with carved leaf and scroll decoration, button upholstered back and arm on rocaille cast brass castors, 32½in (82.5cm) high, 69in (175.5cm) wide, 28in (71cm) deep. £500-700

725. A 19th century carved mahogany show frame sofa, with a button back and covered with laurel wreath pattern fabric, 38¼in (96.8cm) high, 79½in (201.8cm) wide, 26½in (67.2cm) deep. £500-700

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726. A Victorian papier-mâché tray by Clay, painted with flowers, the back stamped ‘CLAY KING ST COVT GARDEN’, on a later stand, 20½in (51.8cm) high, 31in (78.3cm) wide, 22¾in (57.8cm) deep. (2) £150-250

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727. A set of 19th century mahogany open wall shelves, 23½in (59.6cm) high, 36¼in (92cm) wide, 5½in (14cm) deep. £100-150

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728. A George III mahogany ‘Lancashire’ commode, with panelled sides and a vacant interior, 29½in (74.8cm) high, 22½in (57.1cm) wide, 19¾in (50.4cm) deep. £300-400

729. A Harvard Windsor armchair by Nichols & Stone & Co., Gardner, Massachusetts, ebonised and parcel gilt and natural hardwood, the back with stencilled college crest, the underside stamped and with label. £200-300

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728

730. A George IV mahogany wall cabinet, with a hinged door above a drawer, 10¾in (27.4cm) high, 16¼in (41cm) wide, 8in (20.2cm) deep. £100-150

731. An early 19th century mahogany Canterbury, pierced handgrip with four dip divisions, on turned legs to brass castors, 20in (50.5cm) high, 18½in (46.7cm) wide, 13in (33cm) deep. £250-300

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732. A Victorian walnut table top cabinet, with satinwood banding and stringing, with an adjustable shelf having and Tunbridge Ware parquerty front, 23in (58.5cm) high, 25¾in (65.5cm) wide, 12½in (32cm) deep. £150-200

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733. A mahogany vitrine, with inset glass panels, the top within a serpentine frame, above a frieze drawer, 31¾in (80.5cm) high, 13¾in (35cm) square. £100-200


734. A Victorian mahogany partners desk, with a replaced gilt tooled red leather inset top, the reverse with frieze drawers above cupboard doors enclosing shelves, 29½in (75cm) high, 48in (122cm) wide, 36in (91.5cm) deep. £300-500

734 735. An early 19th century ‘D’ shape card table, inlaid stringing, the crossbanded top on twin gate supports, 29½in (75cm) high, 36in (91.6cm) wide, 17¾in (44.7cm) deep. £200-300

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736. A mahogany bowfront side table, the three drawers with later baize lined divisions, on ribbed tapering legs, early 19th century and later, 30½in (77.4cm) high, 43¾in (111cm) wide, 24in (61cm}) deep. £200-300

736

737. A late George III mahogany sofa table, inlaid stringing, the crossbanded top above twin frieze drawers with false fronts to the reverse, on later brass sabots, 28¾in (72.5cm) high, 34½in (87.5cm) wide, 23½in (59.4cm) deep. £500-700

λ 738. A George IV mahogany supper table, with rosewood banding and marquetry husks to the friezes, with a real a false drawer, 28in (71cm) high, 21in (53.3cm) wide closed, 39¾in (101cm) deep. £150-250

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738

739. A late Victorian mahogany open bookcase, with a brass gallery to a floret carved edge and four adjustable shelves, 46in (117cm) high, 52in (131.8cm) wide, 14¾in (37.7cm) deep. £400-600 739

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740. A pair of George III mahogany side chairs, each with a pierced splat back to a drop-in seat. (2) £80-120 741. A set of six George III mahogany side chairs, with drop-in seats. (6) £300-500 742. A set of seven late George III mahogany dining chairs, in Sheraton style, each with a reeded rail back to stuffed-over seat, comprising: an open armchair and six side chairs. (7) £500-700 743. An early George III mahogany side chair, with a pierced Gothic splat above a drop-in seat and cabriole front legs. £100-150

λ 744. A Regency mahogany bowfront serving table, the top rosewood crossbanded and inlaid stringing, above three oak lined frieze drawers fitted replaced brass handles, 33.5in (85cm) h, 54in (137.5cm) w, 26.25in (66.5cm) d. £400-600 745. An Edwardian mahogany open bookcase, with stringing and adjustable shelves, 45½in (115.5cm) high, 27in (68.5cm) wide, 7¾in (19.6cm) deep. £80-120 743 746. A mahogany kneehole desk, with divided frieze drawer above a kneehole drawer and a cupboard door, 33in (84cm) high, 35¼in (89.5cm) wide, 18½in (47cm) deep. £100-200

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747

747. A William IV mahogany open armchair, with a ribbed and leaf carved top rail to a drop-in seat, together with a mahogany open armchair with a tapestry seat. (2) £100-150 748. A set of six late Regency mahogany dining chairs, each with a ball and bar back to a drop-in seat, comprising: a pair of open armchairs and four side. (6) £300-400 749. An early George III mahogany pole fire screen, with a needlework panel depicting a lady surrounded by flowers and birds, on a turned and carved triform base, 55¾in (141.6cm) high, 18in (45.8cm) wide. £400-600

749

750. A carved oak double chair back settee in George II style by H. M. Owen, together with a pair of matching open armchairs, each frame signed. (3) £300-500 751. An early 19th century mahogany bowfront chest, with a crossbanded top, the drawers with later handles, 31½in (79.8cm) high, 38¾in (98.3cm) wide, 20in (51cm) deep. £200-300 752. An early 19th century mahoagny hanging corner cupboard, the astragal glazed door with stringing, 45½in (115.5cm) high, 29½in (75cm) wide, 17½in (44.5cm) deep. £100-200 753. A mahogany writing table in George III style, 19th century, 30¼in (76.7cm) high, 47½in (121.3cm) wide, 26¼in (66.7cm) deep. £800-1,200

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754. An 18th century oak drop-leaf dining table, the oval top on cabriole legs to pad feet, 28¾in (72.5cm) high, 53½ x 59¾in (135.7 x 151). £100-200 755. A mahogany side cabinet, in Regency style, with gilt metal mounts, with a pair of brass grill doors, 34½in (87.7cm) high, 38in (96.4cm) wide, 11in (28.3cm) deep. £250-300

λ 756. A William IV rosewood serpentine side table, with a frieze drawer on cabriole legs, 29½in (74.5cm) high, 27¾in (69.3cm) wide, 20¾in (51.3cm) deep. £600-800 757

757. A George IV mahogany dining table, with a reeded edge on turned twin pedestals to splay legs and brass caps and castors, comprising: a pair of 'D' ends and a single leaf, 27½in (69.5cm) high, 73¼in (185.8cm) wide, 50in (126.5cm) deep. £400-600 758. A late George III mahogany chest, with replaced handles, 32½in (82.5cm) high, 37in (94cm) wide, 21in (53.5cm) deep. £300-400 759. An early 19th century mahogany bowfront sideboard, with ebonised stringing, replaced brass handles, on brass castors, 37in (94cm) high, 48in (122cm) wide, 25½in (65cm) deep. £300-400

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760. A pair of late 19th century walnut luggage racks by Smee & Cobay, each with a brass plaque inscribed ‘SMEE & COBAY FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS LONDON’, 18in (45.7cm) high, 24¾in (62.7cm) wide, 15½in (39.3cm) deep. (2) £300-400 761. A pair of late George III mahogany ‘D’ end tables, 28in (71cm) high, 48in (122cm) wide, 25in (63.5cm) deep. (2) £150-250 763 762. An Edwardian mahogany nest of three occasional tables, with serpentine edge tops, the smallest with an undertier, 24¾in (62.7cm) high, 22in (55.6cm) wide, 13¾in (34.5cm) deep. (3) £150-250

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763. A late Victorian mahogany and marquetry square serpentine top table, with four pivoted baize lined trays, the underside with printed card labels ‘Rd AT THE PATENT OFFICE DESIGNS BRANCH,’ and ‘RD NO. 536802.’ 29¼n (74cm) high, 17in (43cm) wide. £150-200 764. A pair of mahogany jardinieres, with brass ball swags and marquetry platforms, 33in (84cm) high, 19¼in (48.8cm) wide. (2) £600-800

764

765

λ 765. An Edwardian satinwood oval bijouterie table, with rosewood crossbanding and stringing, 28in (71cm) high, 26in (66cm) wide, 16½in (42cm) deep. £150-200 766. A mahogany bijouterie table, with kingwood crossbanding and stringing, 31¼ (79.4cm) high, 23½in (59.6cm) wide, 16¼ (41.2cm) deep. £100-150 767. An Edwardian mahogany and satinwood oval occasional table, 29½in (75cm) high, 28in (71.2cm) wide, 23½in (59.3cm) deep. £80-120

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λ 768. A pair of late Victorian rosewood and marquetry corner cabinets in the manner of Collinson & Lock, each with a breakfront to an inlaid frieze and cupboard door with scrolling foliage and Bacchanalian figures, 35in (88.6cm) high, 29½in (74.8cm) wide, 18¾in (47.5cm) deep. £8,000-10,000

769. A continental walnut chest, retailed by H. Chapman & Co, of two short and three long graduated drawers, the reverse with an ivorine plaque inscribed ‘H. CHAPMAN & CO, NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE, SIESTA’, 1st half 20th century, 42½in (107.9cm) high, 36¾in (93.2cm) wide, 21in (53.1cm) deep. £300-500

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770. A late Victorian mahogany serpentine edge revolving bookcase, the top with satinwood crossbanding and stringing, the underside incised ‘15’, 28¼in (71.6cm) high, 24¾in (63cm) square. £300-400

771. An Arts & Crafts oak open bookcase, with an applied metal shield, the back stamped ‘RD 504213’, 45¾in (116cm) high, 23½in (59.5cm) wide, 11¾in (30cm) deep. £80-120

772. A late Victorian oak cabinet by H. Ogden, the right door stamped ‘H.OGDEN, MANCHESTER, 6676,’ 48in (122cm) high, 27in (68.5cm) wide, 12¼in (31cm) deep. £150-200

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773. A Lenygon & Morant Ltd. ‘Howard’ sofa, with original monogrammed ticking on beechwood legs and brass castors, the underside with a printed label inscribed ‘LENYGON & MORANT LTD. MAKERS OF HOWARD CHAIRS & SETTEES, 48, SOUTH AUDLEY ST. LONDON W.1. 5/2791 G.W.’, 30½in (77.5cm) high,

68¾in (174.5cm) wide, 33¼in (84.4cm) deep. £2,000-3,000 774. A George Smith three seater settee, 32in (81.5cm) high, 92in (233.5cm) wide, 37in (94cm) deep. £500-800 774

775. Howard & Sons. A wing armchair, on mahogany legs, the back right stamped ‘3513 HOWARD & SONS LTD LONDON W1’ on brass castors, the underside hessian with applied fabric trade label. £500-800

776. Howard & Sons. A high fan back easy chair, on turned and leaf carved oak front legs, one back leg stamped ‘4935 5436’, on brass castors stamped ‘HOWARD & SONS LONDON LTD’. £300-400

777. A low tub shape armchair. £200-300

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778. A Victorian maple bedroom suite by Marsh & Jones, comprising an inverted breakfront wardrobe, the detachable dentil cornice above a pair of bowfront panelled doors with hanging space and a drawer below, flanking a mirrored door enclosing four slides and three drawers, 87¾in (220.8cm) high, 85in (215.6cm) wide, 32in (81cm) deep, a dressing chest with a central cheval mirror flanked by a pair of pedestals each fitted with six drawers with ebonised dot inlay, 64½in (163.7cm) high, 63in (159.8cm) wide, 21½in (54.5cm) deep, a marble topped pot cupboard and a cane seated chair and stool, with printed paper labels ‘MARSH AND JONES, LATE KENDELL & CO.’, inscribed in pencil with £2,000-3,000 workmen’s signatures ‘WEBSTER’, one illegible and numbers ‘1882 and 1885’. (5)

779. Howard & Sons Ltd. A late Victorian easy armchair, on blind fret carved mahogany front legs and brass castors, the castors stamped ‘HOWARD & SONS LONDON’, the inside of one back leg stamped ‘16742 7526 HOWARD & SONS BERNERS ST.’ £800-1,200

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780. An easy armchair, on beech legs and plastic castors, modern. £200-300

781. An Edwardian easy armchair, on mahogany tapering legs on brass castors, one missing. £100-200


782 top 782 782. A late Victorian satinwood and painted Pembroke table, with kingwood and tulipwood crossbanding, decorated a vase and baskets of flowers, ribbons, trophies, vines and peacock feathers, above a frieze drawer and false reverse with replaced handles, the legs with applied ankles with brass castors, 28½in (72.5cm) high, 39in (99cm) wide open, 31in (78.6cm) deep. £3,000-5,000

783. A chemist’s mahogany wall cabinet, with a reverse glass frieze ‘PRESCRIPTIONS DISPENSED,’ above two hinged and a central sliding door, 24in (61cm) high, 68in (172.7cm) wide, 6¼in (16cm) deep. £300-400

784. An Edwardian mahogany and inlaid three fold screen, with laurel wreath surmounts above glass and fabric panels, 74¾in (189.9cm) high, 19¾in (50cm) wide, each panel. £100-200

785. A large modern Chesterfield sofa, 30in (76cm) high, 92in (234cm) wide, 48in (122cm) deep. £200-300

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786. A Sheraton Revival lady’s satinwood bonheur de jour, with a pierced brass gallery above a purple heart banded fall above three ebonised spindle doors, on splay legs to brass caps and castors, 52½in (133.4cm) high, 39¾n (101cm) wide, 16¼in (41.3cm) deep. £3,000-4,000

786

787. A Victorian satin birch and parcel gilt Davenport, the hinged top revealing divisions, a pen tray and inkwell compartments, to a leather lined fall revealing a vacant interior, the right side with a panel door enclosing four drawers with sunken brass handles, the door and fall with Chubb patent brass locks, the front with carved Corinthian capital columns, on lobed bun feet to ceramic castors, 31¾in (80.5cm) high, 20¾in (52.6cm) wide, 21½in (54.5cm) deep. £1,500-2,000

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788. A Victorian long stool, with turned mahogany legs and lapet brass sabots and castors, 16½in (42cm) high, 61in (155cm) wide, 23in (58.5cm) deep. £400-600

789. A late Victorian mahogany hall bench, with arched ends to a fluted frieze on turned supports, 22in (56cm) h, 36in (91.3cm) w, 13in (33cm) d. £100-200


790. Antoine-Louis Barye (1796-1875). Panther of Tunis, bronze, signed, 3½in (9cm) high, 7½in (19cm) long. £1,000-1,500

791. Phyliss Mary Bone (1896-1972). Duck flying out of water, bronze, signed, on a canted rectangular oak base, 9¼in (23.5cm) high. £150-200

792. Four cold painted animalier bronzes; a fox, 4in (10cm) long, a German shepherd, 3¼in (8.2cm) long, a seated terrier, 1½in (3.8cm) high, and a group of two stags, 3in (7.6cm) high. (4) £120-150

793. An Austrian cold painted bronze cat, marked ‘GUSCHUTZT,’ twice, 2¾in (7cm) high. £200-300

794. An Austrian cold painted bronze Fox Hound, marked ‘GESCHUTZT,’ 4½in (11.5cm) high. £150-200

795. An Austrian cold painted bronze pug inkwell, with hinged head, marked ‘GESCHUTZT’, 4¼in (11cm) long. £100-150

796. A cold painted bronze spaniel, 6in (15.2cm) long. £80-120

797. An Austrian cold painted bronze puppy, marked ‘GUSCHUTZT,’ 3in (7.5cm) high. £120-160

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798. A 19th century bronze recumbent greyhound, on a rectangular petal edge base, 4½in (11.5cm) wide and an ormolu seated greyhound on a turned ebony plinth, 4¾in (12cm) high. (2) £100-150

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798

799. Antoine-Louis Barye (1796-1875). Two standing stags, bronze, signed, 7½in (19cm) high, 5¾in (14.6cm) long. (2) £600-800

800. J Loriot (20th century). Seagull on a wave, cold painted spelter, signed, 20¾in (52.8cm) high. £200-300

801. A bronze seated Alsatian, 3½in (9cm) high. £60-80

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802. An Austrian cold painted bronze budgerigar by Bergman, marked B within vase and ‘AUS’, 6in (15.2cm) long. £120-160 802

803. After the Antique, a bronze male torso, 23½in (59.6cm) high. £100-150

804. After Frederick, a stoneware bust of Nelson, inscribed, 14½in (37cm) high. £300-400

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806. F. Halonzo. Bust of a late 18th century young lady, ormolu, signed and stamped ‘4’, on an associated blue john and marble plinth, 10¼in (26cm) high. £150-250

807. Eugen Bormel (1858-1932). Bust of Beethoven, gilt bronze, signed to the verso, on an ebonised bronze and garland decorated triform plinth, 8½in (21.5cm) high. £150-250

808. Anna S Damer 1749-1828. A bust of Nelson, painted plaster and the back cast ‘ANNA. S. DAMER FECIT PUB: AS THE ACT DIR’, 15in (38cm) high. £150-250

810. A 19th century bronze bust of Robert Burns, on a green marble base, 8¾in (22.2cm) high, 4½in (11.4cm) wide. £100-200

811. A pair of 19th century French bronze busts, a young lady and a young man, on fluted and leaf decorated socles, 10in (25.5cm) high. (2) £250-350

809. A carved granite head, 20th century, 22½in (57cm) high. £800-1,200

812. José Cardona (1878-1923). ‘Sportsman’, bronze, signed and titled to the front ‘Sportsman, par J. Cardona, Salon des Beaux-Arts’, ‘(1689) 8933’ and foundry stamp ‘C&L’, on a green marble base, 12½in (31.8cm) high. £150-250

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813. A 19th century French bronze group of two semi naked ladies with bacchanalian putti, on a later marble octagonal base, 18in (45.6cm) high. £1,200-1,800

814. A 19th century French bronze Bacchanlian group of a satyr with two child satyrs, one on a goat playing cymbals, the other eating grapes offered by a nude female also holding a wine cup, on a later marble octagonal base, 17¾in (45cm) high. £1,200-1,800

815. Eugene Marioton (18541933). Hallali, bronze, signed and titled, on a rouge marble base, 30¾in (78cm) high. £800-1,200

816. After Giambologna. Fortuna, bronze, on a turned black marble base, late 19th century, 28in (71cm) high. £300-400

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815A. After Giambologna. Mercury, bronze with a black marble base, caduceus missing, 19th century, 32¼in (82cm) high. £300-400

817. After Giambologna. Mercury, bronze, the stone plinth with a relief frieze of sculpting putti, 32½in (82.5cm) high. £400-500


818. A carved marble male torso, possibly Roman, 9¾in (24.8cm) high, on a later rotating stand with square plinth.

£3,000-4,000

Provenance: Mr Patrick Moore, kept in Barcelona, Spain. Previously in an old Spanish collection since the 1950’s.

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819. A 19th century bronze of Diana, reaching for an arrow and with her left hand previously supporting, 13¾in (35cm) high. £200-300

820. A 19th century bronze after the antique, a classical lady holding rings with a shield and helmet at her feet, 14½in (37cm) high. £150-250

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820 821. A 19th century gilt brass figure of Minerva, holding an owl chick in her right hand, 7½in (19cm) high, on a later stepped perspex stand. £100-150

822. A terracotta naked Pugilist, wearing sandals, 16in (40.6cm) high, on a stepped base. £200-300

822 821

823. A 19th century French bronze of a 16th century artist, on a green marble base, 14in (35.5cm) high. £100-150

824. G Gautier (20th century). Standing male nude, bronze, singed and with foundry stamp ‘CIRE PERDUE, PASTORI, GENEVE,’ 20¾in (52.6cm) high. £250-350

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824


827 826 825 825. Walter Schott (German 1861-1938). Die Kugelspielerin (Ball player), bronze, signed ‘Walter Schott fec’, on a circular marble base, 18in (45.7cm) high. £400-600 826. A 19th century Italian alabaster group, of two classical youths, 14½in (37cm) high. £100-150 827. After Cousteau. A pair of bronze Marly horse groups, signed, painted black, 11¼in (28.5cm) high. (2) £200-300 828. A pair of iron campana shape urns, 12½in (31.5cm) high and a smaller pair of urns, 11½in (29.5cm) high. (4) £150-200 829. A pair of carved wood and painted urns, 29¼in (74.5cm) high, 23¼in (59cm) diameter. (2) £400-600

828

830. A Victorian cast iron campana shape garden urn, 29¾in (75.3cm) high, 23in (58.5cm) diameter. £150-200

829 830

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831. A Victorian cast iron and marble top table by Coalbrookdale, the base with leaf supports, anthemium and scroll animal leg united by a leaf decorated stretcher stamped ‘C.B. DALE CO.’, and ‘No. 113436 and ‘No. 23’ and with registration lozenge for 1st April 1855, 28½in (72.5cm) high, 41in (104cm) wide, 20in (50.8cm) deep. £500-600

832. A pair of benches in Regency style, with painted cast iron anthemion scroll end supports, 19¼in (49cm) high, 55½in (141cm) wide, 17¾in (45cm) deep. (2) £300-400

834. A reconstituted stone curved garden seat, on leaf capped scroll and paw supports, 20in (51cm) high, 55in (139.6cm) wide. £100-200

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833. Two pairs of terracotta garden urns, with leaf decorated bodies and differing stems, 27in (68.5cm) high, 23in (58.5cm) diameter. (4) £600-800

835. A painted wirework semi-circular tiered plant stand, 37¼in (94.5cm) high, 50in (127cm) wide, 27½in (70cm) deep. £300-400

836. Two carved stone crown capitals, 16th/17th century, 13in (33cm) the highest. (2) £600-800


837

839 838

840

841 843 837. A James Heeley & Sons Wier's Patent concertina corkscrew, marked 'J.H.S.B, WIER'S PATENT No.4377,' with remains of bronze finish. £300-400

842

838. Seven scent bottle corkscrews; five with mother of pearl handles, one with ebonised scales, a silver folding bow, floral chased, by Constantine & Floyd, Birmingham 1893. (7) £50-80 839. A Lund's Patent London Rack corkscrew, with wood handle and brush, marked 'Lund's Patent London Rack, Lund Maker Cornhill and Fleet St London, Lund Patentee & Maker London.' £300-400 840. Four bone handled corkscrews; two with brushes, another lacking, and a tusk example with a 'Sterling' silver mount engraved initials. (4) £30-40 841. A brass T handle corkscrew, marked 'C.Viarenco.'

£40-60

842. A Lund's Patent London Rack corkscrew, with wood handle, brush missing, marked 'Lund's Patent London Rack, Lund Maker Cornhill and Fleet St London,' with bronze finish. £50-70 843. A Duck Bill simple corkscrew.

£40-60

844

844. Four spring corkscrews; a Columbus split frame, marked, another split frame, 2 open frames. (4) £30-40

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845. Four horn handled corkscrews. (4) £10-20

846. A Heeley 'A1' patent double lever corkscrew, marked 'JAMES HEELEY & SONS, 6006, PATENT, DOUBLE LEVER, A1 PATENT,' and a steel open frame corkscrew, 'THE SURPRISE.' (2) £40-60

847. Fourteen finger pull corkscrews. (14) £30-40

848. Four champagne taps, a wire cutter with brush and a multi tool corkscrew. (6) £30-40

849. A five tool folding bow, and two other folding bows. (3) £30-40

850. Thirteen folding bows; one with a faceted frame, two with two tools. (13) £30-40

851. Eighteen direct pull corkscrews; four with brushes, one root marked 'MALTA.' (18) £30-40

852. A Lund lever with associated corkscrew, 'The Tangent Lever' and a Lund type lever, both with associated corkscrews. (6) £60-80

853. A William Baker 1880 patent double lever corkscrew, marked 'JAMES HEELEY & SONS, PATENT, DOUBLE LEVER' and 'PATENT' on the arms. £200-300

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854. An open frame corkscrew, with a butterfly nut, two triple fly-nut corkscrews, one marked 'J.PERILLE, DEPOSE, PARIS,' two locking handle open frame corkscrews, a bearing frame corkscrew, an owl type double lever corkscrew. (7) £30-40

855. The Diamant corkscrew by Jacques Perille, marked 'Diamant JHP Paris, 24 Oct,' with horn handle, and another example with fly-nut handle. (2) £80-100

856. A Wilson Brady's 1917 cork puller, marked 'U-NEEK, PATD.' £100-200

857. A James Heeley & Sons A1 double lever corkscrew, marked and with a bronze finish, a Carlo Gemelli aluminium 'Barmaid' double lever corkscrew. (2) £40-60

858. Four French concertina corkscrews; two Zig-Zag's, a Perfect and another unmarked. (4) £40-60

859. Six picnic corkscrews; four with cap lifters, one wood, one advertising Mackinlay's Scotch Whisky, three roundlet corkscrews. (9) £20-30

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863

861 862 860 860. A Syroco Old Codger corkscrew.

£30-40

861. A brass key corkscrew, a plastic key and a bearing frame corkscrew. (3)

£10-20

862. A peg and worm corkscrew, a folding picnic corkscrew, a cased Syline Beverage Boy corkscrew. (3) £30-40 863. Nine finger pull corkscrews; two with cap lifters, the rest with T bars. (9)

£20-30

864. Bernard M Watney & Homer D Babbidge, Corkscrews for collectors, 1983; Bertrand B Giulian, Corkscrews of the Eighteenth Century, 1995; Peter Coldicott, A Guide to Corkscrew Collecting, 1993; Christopher Sykes, Corkscrews and wine related antiques, July 2006 catalogue. (4) £20-30 864 865. The Surprise. A steel corkscrew, marked 'The Surprise' and 'Registered 13185', a ball bearing frame corkscrew, marked 'Solon D.R.G.M. No152004,' a roundlet corkscrew, a Spanish champagne tap, marked 'Indus PAT. 93.543,' a straight pull corkscrew with wood handle and brush, a Swiss spring roundlet corkscrew. (6) £60-80 866. A Challenge type open frame corkscrew, with swivel lock collar, a perpetual corkscrew with beech handle with brush, a Hercules corkscrew, marked, with purple stained handle, a waiter's friend, a picnic corkscrew and another with bottle opener. (6) £80-120 867. The Surprise. A steel corkscrew, marked 'The Surprise Registered 13185,' a roundlet, a scissor corkscrew, a waiter's friend, marked 'Patent,' a wire/cigar cutter, marked 'Schloss Rheinberg,' a cylinder tool kit with 5 tools. (6) £100-150

865

867 866

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869

868

868. A Thomason type double action corkscrew, with fruiting vine barrel and a turned bone handle, brush cut, wire helix. £300-400 869. Five taps; Maw & Son soda tap, a Spong's Climax tap, a Coppard Patentee Excelsior tap, a Lynch & Co Perfection tap and another marked 'F', both cased. (5) £80-120 870. A pewter Popeye corkscrew, marked 'Copyright Pat.'

£120-160

871. Six simple corkscrews; 2 Codd bottle openers, an antler handle with spike, a turned bone handle, a resin 'scrimshaw' handle, an oversize example. (6) £50-80 872. A Wright and Bailey roundlet corkscrew, marked 'REGD JANY 16TH 1873,' a roundlet corkscrew. (2) £70-100

871

873. A Hollweg pocket corkscrew, marked 'Made Abroad, Patent Applied For, Patent Angemeldet,' an eyebrow corkscrew with henshall button, a simple corkscrew, with a wood handle and one piece of wire. (3) £100-150 874. A Lund Patent lever, with bronze finish, coat of arms badge marked 'LEVER' with associated corkscrew, an Armstrong compound lever corkscrew, marked, and a flynut corkscrew, marked 'THE VICTOR.' (4) £120-160 875. No lot 872

874 873

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876. A McBrides patent corkscrew, with champagne cork handle marked 'Dry Monopole, Patent No.7431, Heidsieck & Co, Reims,' and 'McBrides Patent,' a corkscrew with two gripping teeth, marked 'Registered No.41405 Lever Sheffield. (2) £120-150 877. A French multi tool corkscrew, marked 'Le Favori, Nogent, Brevete, Depose.' £60-80 878. Two champagne hooks; one with hardwood handle and split blade marked 'W.R.LOFTUS,' the other with boxwood handle. (2) £60-80 876 877

879. The Holborn Signet straight-pull corkscrew, with finger hole, marked and with registration lozenge, and a James Stone 'The Twin' straight-pull corkscrew, with finger and lever holes, marked and with registration lozenge. (2) £60-80 880. An Alfred Williams Patent corkscrew on penknife, with mother of pearl scales, the main knife reduced and marked 'Thomas Turner & Co Sheffield,' and a German Muller 1896 Patent corkscrew on penkife, with mother of pearl scales, unmarked. (2) £70-100 881. The Pullezi corkscrew, marked 'Heeley's Original Patent, 4307,' twice, with bronze finish. £50-80

878

879

882. A Lund lever with corkscrew, marked 'Lund Patentee London, The Patentee 24 Fleet St &57 Cornhill, London,' with bronze finish, and a Valezina Butterfly corkscrew, marked 'With The Compliments of J.B.Purefoy Unit Tooling Ltd,' boxed. (4) £70-100

880

881

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English & European Ceramics & Glass Tuesday 8th October 2013

ENQUIRIES Clare Durham Tel: +44 (0)1722 424507 claredurham@woolleyandwallis.co.uk

A rare Goss bisque porcelain American advertising model for Murdock’s Liquid Food, c.1882.


20th Century Design Wednesday 9th October 2013

ENQUIRIES Michael Jeffery Tel: +44 (0)1722 424505 michaeljeffery@woolleyandwallis.co.uk

Naiades, a Lalique opalescent glass clock designed by Rene Lalique. Estimate: £1,000 - £2,000


Silver Tuesday 22nd & Wednesday 23rd October 2013

ENQUIRIES Rupert Slingsby Tel: +44 (0)1722 424501 rupertslingsby@woolleyandwallis.co.uk Lucy Chalmers Tel: +44 (0)1722 424594 lucychalmers@woolleyandwallis.co.uk

A rare George II Channel Islands silver coffee pot, by Jean Gavey, Jersey circa 1735. Estimate: £10,000 - £15,000


Jewellery Thursday 24th October 2013

ENQUIRIES Jonathan Edwards FGAA Tel: +44 (0)1722 424504 jonathanedwards@woolleyandwallis.co.uk Marielle Whiting FGA Tel: +44 (0)1722 424595 mariellewhiting@woolleyandwallis.co.uk

A Belle Époque diamond necklace. Estimate: £50,000 - £70,000


Tribal Art Tuesday 11th February 2014 Entries are now being accepted for this sale

A Papua New Guinea gope board. Sold for ÂŁ9,000

ENQUIRIES Will Hobbs Tel: +44 (0)1722 339752 willhobbs@woolleyandwallis.co.uk


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CONDITION REPORTS The relevant department will be pleased to give condition reports on any lot, where practical. All weights and measures given in the catalogue should be regarded as approximate. The colours printed in the catalogue are not necessarily true. SALE RESULTS These will be posted on our website shortly after the sale. BUYER’S PREMIUM Each lot is subject to a Buyer’s Premium of 22% + VAT on the first £500,000 of the hammer price and 12% + VAT thereafter.


PAYMENT AND CLEARANCE Payment is due immediately after the auction in pounds sterling. If you are a first time buyer we will need your name, address and bank details and will require funds to be cleared before purchases can be released. The following methods of payment may be made: Bankers draft, cashiers cheque, personal cheque, travellers cheques, debit and credit cards and cash up to a sterling equivalent of €15,000. We are no longer able to accept card payments of over £1,000 where the card-holder is not present. Wire transfers should be sent to: Lloyds TSB, Blue Boar Row, Salisbury SP1 1DB. Account no. 00957707 Sort code 30-97-41 IBAN no. GB20LOYD30974100957707 BIC code LOYDGB21063 Credit cards: Visa or Mastercard for which there is a 2% surcharge + VAT Debit cards: Delta, Switch, Connect Where practical, payment can be made and purchases collected during the auction. Please note that furniture and clock lots will normally remain in our salerooms for three working days following each sale, after which they will be removed to our store and arrangements for collection must be made in advance with the office. Storage charges will be levied on all lots in the furniture and works of art and clock sales not collected within 30 calendar days of the sale. This will include a handling fee of £20 (+ VAT) per consignment and a storage charge of £2 (+ VAT) per lot per day. No goods will be allowed to be collected until these charges have been paid. VAT Lots marked with an asterisk (*) are subject to VAT on the hammer price. Lots marked with an omega (Ω) have been temporarily imported from outside the EU and are subject to VAT at 5% on the hammer price and the buyer’s premium. In online catalogues, the Sales Tax % column indicates the rate of VAT on hammer price. CITES REGULATIONS Please note that lots marked λ may be subject to CITES Regulations when exported.

ARTIST’S RESALE RIGHT / DROIT DE SUITE Droit de Suite is a royalty payable to a qualifying artist or the artist’s heirs each time a work is resold during the artist’s lifetime and up to a period of 70 years after the artist’s death. Royalties are calculated on a sliding percentage scale based on the hammer price excluding the buyer’s premium. The royalty does not apply to lots selling below the sterling equivalent of €1,000 and the maximum royalty payable on any single lot is the sterling equivalent of €12,500. Droit de Suite, which is not subject to VAT, will be added to the buyer’s purchase price and then passed on to the relevant collecting agency. Please enquire for the accepted exchange rate on the day of the sale. Royalties for Droit de Suite are as follows: 4% Up to €50,000 3% €50,000.01 - 200,000 1% €200,000.01 - 350,000 0.5% €350,000.01 - 500,000 0.25% In excess of €500,000 Up to a maximum levy of €12,500 Lots marked with a ‡ symbol are potentially subject to the levy. PACKING AND SHIPPING Woolley & Wallis do not offer a packing and despatch service but the following are carriers in our area. Alban Shipping

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SOCIETY OF FINE ART AUCTIONEERS AND VALUERS and the ROYAL INSTITUTION OF CHARTERED SURVEYORS CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS INFORMATION FOR BUYERS 1. Introduction. The following informative notes are intended to assist Buyers, particularly those inexperienced or new to our salerooms. All sales are conducted on our printed Conditions of Sale which are readily available for inspection and normally accompany catalogues. Our staff will be happy to help you if there is anything you do not fully understand. 2. Agency. As auctioneers we usually contract as agents for the seller whose identity, for reasons of confidentiality, is not normally disclosed. Accordingly if you buy your primary contract is with the seller. 3. Estimates. Estimates are designed to help buyers gauge what sort of sum might be involved for the purchase of a particular lot. The lower estimate may represent the reserve price and certainly will not be below it. Estimates do not include the Buyer’s Premium or VAT (where chargeable). Estimates are prepared some time before the sale and may be altered by announcement before the sale. They are in no sense definitive. 4. The purchase price. The Buyer shall pay the hammer price together with a premium thereon of 22% on the first £500,000 and 12% thereafter + VAT at the appropriate rate. 5. VAT. (*) indicates that VAT at the current standard rate is payable by the purchaser on the hammer price as well as being an element in the buyer’s premium. This imposition of VAT is likely to be because the seller is registered for VAT within the European Union and is not operating the Dealers Margin Scheme or because VAT is due at 20% on importation into the UK. The double symbol (**) indicates that the lot has been imported from outside the European Union and the present position is that these lots are liable to a reduced rate of VAT (5%) on the gross lot price (i.e. both the hammer price and the buyer’s premium). Lots which appear without either of the above symbols indicate that no VAT is payable on the hammer price. This is because such lots are sold using the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme and it should be noted that the VAT included within the Premium is not recoverable as input tax.

12. Collection and storage. Please note what the Conditions of Sale state about collection and storage. It is important that goods are paid for and collected promptly. Any delay may involve the buyer in paying storage charges.

TERMS OF CONSIGNMENT FOR SELLERS 1. Interpretation. In these Terms the words ‘you’, ‘yours’, etc. refer to the Seller and if the consignment of goods to us is made by an agent we assume that the Seller has authorised the consignment and that the consignor has the Seller’s authority to contract. Similarly the words ‘we’, ‘us’, etc. refer to the Auctioneers. 2. Commission is charged to sellers at the following rates: 15% + VAT on each lot sold for up to £999, 10% + VAT on each lot realising £1,000 and above. 3. Removal costs. Items for sale must be consigned to the sale room by any stated deadline and at your expense. We may be able to assist you with this process but any liability incurred to a carrier for haulage charges is solely your responsibility. 4. Loss and damage waiver. We are not regulated by the FSA for the provision of insurance to clients. However, we for our own protection assume liability for property consigned to us at lower pre-sale estimate. To justify accepting liability, we make a charge of 1.5% of the hammer price plus VAT or, if unsold, our mid estimate of the hammer price. If the owner of goods consigned instructs us in writing not to take such action, they then remain at owner’s risk unless and until the property in them passes to the Buyer or they are collected by or on behalf of the owner, and clause 4 is inapplicable. 5. Illustrations. The cost of any illustrations is borne by you. If we consider that the lot should be illustrated your permission will usually be asked first. The copyright in respect of such illustrations shall be the property of us, the auctioneers, as is the text of the catalogue.

6. We are, primarily, agents for the seller. We are dependent on information provided by the seller and whilst we may inspect lots and act reasonably in taking a general view about them we are normally unable to carry out a detailed or any examination of lots in order to ascertain their condition in the way in which it would be wise for a buyer to do. Intending buyers have ample opportunity for inspection of goods and, therefore, accept responsibility for inspecting and investigating lots in which they may be interested. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots contained in the Conditions of Sale. Neither the seller nor we, as the auctioneers, accept any responsibility for their condition. In particular, mechanical objects of any age are not guaranteed to be in working order. However, in so far as we have examined the goods and make a representation about their condition, we shall be liable for any defect which that examination ought to have revealed to the auctioneer but which would not have been revealed to the buyer had the buyer examined the goods. Additionally, in specified circumstances lots misdescribed because they are ‘deliberate forgeries’ may be returned and repayment made. There is a 3 week time limit. (The expression ‘deliberate forgery’ is defined in our Conditions of Sale).

6. Minimum bids and our discretion. Goods may be offered subject to a reserve agreed between us before the sale in accordance with clause 7.

7. Electrical goods. These are sold as ‘antiques’ only and if bought for use must be checked over for compliance with safety regulations by a qualified electrician first.

8. Electrical items. These are subject to detailed statutory safety controls. Where such items are accepted for sale you accept responsibility for the cost of testing by external contractors. Goods not certified as safe by an electrician (unless antiques) will not be accepted for sale. They must be removed at your expense on your being notified. We reserve the right to dispose of unsafe goods as refuse, at your expense.

8. Export of goods. Buyers intending to export goods should ascertain (a) whether an export licence is required for the goods to leave the U.K. and (b) whether there is any specific prohibition on importing the goods in question into the destination country because, e.g. they may contain prohibited materials such as ivory. Charges may be applicable for export licences. Ask us if you need help. The denial of any permit or licence shall not justify cancellation or rescission of the sale contract or any delay in payment. 9. Bidding. Bidders will be required to register before the sale commences and lots will be invoiced to the name and address on the registration form. Some form of identification will be required if you are unknown to us. Please enquire in advance about our arrangements for telephone bidding. 10. Commission bidding. Commission bids may be left with the auctioneers indicating the maximum amount to be bid excluding buyers’ premium. They will be executed as cheaply as possible having regard to the reserve (if any) and competing bids. If two buyers submit identical commission bids the auctioneers may prefer the first bid received. Please enquire in advance about our arrangements for the leaving of commission bids by telephone or fax. 11. Methods of Payment. As a general rule any cheques tendered will need to be cleared before removal of the goods is permitted. Please discuss with our Office in advance of the sale if other methods of payment are envisaged (except cash).

7. We may sell lots below the reserve provided we account to you for the same sale proceeds as you would have received had the reserve been the hammer price. If you specifically give us ‘discretion’ we may accept a bid of up to 10% below the formal reserve. . Reserves. (a) You are entitled to place prior to the auction a reserve on any lot consigned, being the minimum hammer price at which that lot may be sold. Reserves must be reasonable and we may decline to offer goods which in our opinion would be subject to an unreasonably high reserve (in which case goods carry the storage and insurance charges stipulated in these Terms of Consignment). (b) A reserve once set cannot be changed except with our consent. (c) Where a reserve has been placed only we may bid on your behalf and only up to the reserve (if any) and you may in no circumstances bid personally.

9. Soft furnishings. The sale of soft furnishings is strictly regulated by statute law in the interests of fire safety. Goods found to infringe safety regulations will not be offered and must be removed at your expense. We reserve the right to dispose of unsafe goods as refuse, at your expense. The rights of disposal referred to in clause 8 and 9 are subject to the provisions of The Torts (Interference with Goods) Act 1977, Schedule 1, a copy of which is available for inspection on request. 10. Descriptions. Please assist us with accurate information as to the provenance etc. of goods where this is relevant. There is strict liability for the accuracy of descriptions under modern consumer legislation and in some circumstances responsibility lies with sellers if inaccuracies occur. We will assume that you have approved the catalogue description of your lots unless informed to the contrary. Where we are obliged to return the price to the buyer when the lot is a deliberate forgery under Condition 15 of the Conditions of Sale and we have accounted to you for the proceeds of sale you agree to reimburse us the sale proceeds. The liability to reimburse the sale proceeds shall not arise where you are acting reasonably and honestly and are unaware of the forgery but we are or ought to have been aware of it.


11. Unsold and withdrawn items. If an item is unsold it may with your consent be re-offered at a future sale. Where in our opinion an item is unsaleable you must collect such items from the saleroom promptly on being so informed. Otherwise, storage charges may be incurred. We reserve the right to charge for storage in these circumstances at a reasonable daily rate. 12. Withdrawn and bought in items. These are liable to incur a charge of up to 10% plus VAT of the reserve or low estimate on being bought in or withdrawn after being catalogued. 13. Conditions of Sale. You agree that all goods will be sold on our Conditions of Sale. In particular you undertake that you have the right to sell the goods either as owner or agent for the owner. You undertake to compensate us and any buyer or third party for all losses liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of this undertaking. 14. Authority to deduct commission and expenses and retain premium and interest. (a) You authorise us to deduct commission at the stated rate and all expenses incurred for your account from the hammer price and consent to our right to retain beneficially the premium paid by the buyer in accordance with our Conditions of Sale and any interest earned on the sale proceeds until the date of settlement. (b) You authorise us in our discretion to negotiate a sale by private treaty not later than the close of business on the day of the sale in the case of lots unsold at auction, in which case the same charges will be payable as if such lots had been sold at auction and so far as appropriate these terms apply. 15. Warehousing. We disclaim all liability for goods delivered to our saleroom without sufficient sale instructions and reserve the right to make minimum warehousing charge of £2 per lot per day. Unsold lots are subject to the same charges if you do not remove them within a reasonable time of notification. If not removed within three weeks we reserve the right to sell them and defray charges from any net proceeds of sale or at your expense to consign them to the local authority for disposal. 16. Settlement. Subject to our normal trading conditions, payment will be made by BACS or cheque four weeks after the sale unless the buyer has not paid for the goods. In this case no settlement will then be made but we will take your instructions in the light of our Conditions of Sale. You authorise any sums owed by you to us on other transactions to be deducted from the sale proceeds. You must note the liability to reimburse the proceeds of sale to us as under the circumstances provided for in Condition 10 above. You should therefore bear this potential liability in mind before parting with the proceeds of sale until the expiry of 28 days from the date of sale.

CONDITIONS OF SALE Woolley & Wallis Salisbury Salerooms Ltd carries on business with bidders, buyers and all those present in the auction room prior to or in connection with a sale on the following General Conditions and on such other terms, conditions and notices as may be referred to herein. 1. DEFINITIONS In these Conditions: (a) ‘auctioneer’ means Woolley & Wallis Salisbury Salerooms Ltd or its authorised auctioneer, as appropriate; (b) ‘deliberate forgery’ means an imitation made with the intention of deceiving as to authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source but which is unequivocally described in the catalogue as being the work of a particular creator and which at the date of the sale had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been in accordance with the description; (c) ‘hammer price’ means the level of bidding reached (at or above any reserve) when the auctioneer brings down the hammer; (d) ‘terms of consignment’ means the stipulated terms and rates of commission on which Woolley & Wallis Salisbury Salerooms Ltd accepts instructions from sellers or their agents; (e) ‘total amount due’ means the hammer price in respect of the lot sold together with any premium, Value Added Tax chargeable and any additional charges payable by a defaulting buyer under these Conditions; (f) ‘sale proceeds’ means the net amount due to the seller, being the hammer price of the lot sold less commission at the stated rate, Value Added Tax chargeable and any other amounts due to us by the seller in whatever capacity and however arising. (g) ‘‘You’, ‘Your’, etc. refer to the buyer as identified in Condition 2. (h) The singular includes the plural and vice versa as appropriate.

2. BIDDING PROCEDURES AND THE BUYER (a) Bidders are required to register their particulars before bidding and to satisfy any security arrangements before entering the auction room to view or bid; (b) the maker of the highest bid accepted by the auctioneer conducting the sale shall be the buyer at the hammer price and any dispute about a bid shall be settled at the auctioneer’s absolute discretion by reoffering the Lot during the course of the auction or otherwise. The auctioneer shall act reasonably in exercising this discretion. (c) Bidders shall be deemed to act as principals. (d) Our right to bid on behalf of the seller is expressly reserved up to the amount of any reserve and the right to refuse any bid is also reserved. 3. INCREMENTS Bidding increments shall be at the auctioneer’s sole discretion. 4. THE PURCHASE PRICE The Buyer shall pay the hammer price together with a premium thereon of 22% on the first £500,000 and 12% thereafter + VAT at the appropriate rate. 5. VALUE ADDED TAX Value Added Tax on the hammer price is imposed by law on all items affixed with an asterisk or double asterisk. Value Added Tax is charged at the appropriate rate prevailing by law at the date of sale and is payable by buyers of relevant lots. (Please refer to ‘Information for Buyers’ for a brief explanation of the VAT position). 6. PAYMENT (a) Immediately a lot is sold you will: (i) give to us, if requested, proof of identity, and (ii) pay to us the total amount due in pounds sterling (b) Any payments by you to us may be applied by us towards any sums owing from you to us on any account whatever without regard to any directions of you or your agent, whether express or implied. 7. TITLE AND COLLECTION OF PURCHASES (a) The ownership of any lots purchased shall not pass to you until you have made payment in full to us of the total amount due (b) You shall at your own risk and expense take away any lots that you have purchased and paid for not later than 3 working days following the day of the auction or upon the clearance of any cheque used for payment after which you shall be responsible for any removal, storage and insurance charges. (c) No purchase can be claimed or removed until it has been paid for. 8. REMEDIES FOR NON-PAYMENT OR FAILURE TO COLLECT PURCHASES (a) If any Lot is not paid for in full and taken away in accordance with these Conditions or if there is any other breach of these Conditions, we, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf, shall at our absolute discretion and without prejudice to any other rights we may have, be entitled to exercise one or more of the following rights and remedies: (i) to proceed against you for damages for breach of contract; (ii) to rescind the sale of that lot and/or any other lots sold by us to you; (iii) to resell the lot (by auction or private treaty) in which case you shall be responsible for any resulting deficiency in the total amount due (after crediting any part payment and adding any resale costs). Any surplus so arising shall belong to the seller; (iv) to remove, store and insure the lot at your expense and, in the case of storage, either at our premises or elsewhere; (v) to charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.5% per month on the total amount due to the extent it remains unpaid for more than 3 working days after the sale; (vi) to retain that or any other lot sold to you until you pay the total amount due; (vii) to reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions or to impose conditions before any such bids shall be accepted; (viii) to apply any proceeds of sale of other Lots due or in future becoming due to you towards the settlement of the total amount due and to exercise a lien (that is a right to retain possession of any of your property in our possession for any purpose until the debt due is satisfied. (b) We shall, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf pursue these rights and remedies only so far as is reasonable to make appropriate recovery in respect of breach of these conditions 9. THIRD PARTY LIABILITY All members of the public on our premises are there at their own risk and must note the lay-out of the accommodation and security arrangements. Accordingly neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall incur liability for death or personal injury (except as required by law by reason of our negligence) or similarly for the safety of the property of persons visiting prior to or at a sale.


10. COMMISSION BIDS Whilst prospective buyers are strongly advised to attend the auction and are always responsible for any decision to bid for a particular lot and shall be assumed to have carefully inspected and satisfied themselves as to its condition, we will if so instructed clearly and in writing execute bids on their behalf. Neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall be responsible for any failure to do so save where such failure is unreasonable. Where two or more commission bids at the same level are recorded we reserve the right in our absolute discretion to prefer the first bid so made. 11. WARRANTY OF TITLE AND AVAILABILITY The seller warrants to the auctioneer and you that the seller is the true owner of the property consigned or is properly authorised by the true owner to consign it for sale and is able to transfer good and marketable title to the property free from any third party claims. 12. AGENCY The auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by sellers or buyers. 13. TERMS OF SALE The seller acknowledges that lots are sold subject to the stipulations of these Conditions in their entirety and on the Terms of Consignment as notified to the consignor at the time of the entry of the lot. 14. DESCRIPTIONS AND CONDITION (a) Whilst we seek to describe lots accurately, it may be impractical for us to carry out exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Prospective buyers are given ample opportunities to view and inspect before any sale and they (and any independent experts on their behalf) must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any description applied to a lot. Prospective buyers also bid on the understanding that, inevitably, representations or statements by us as to authorship, genuineness, origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated selling price involve matters of opinion. We undertake that any such opinion shall be honestly and reasonably held and accept liability for opinions given negligently or fraudulently. Subject to the foregoing neither we the auctioneer nor our employees or agents nor the seller accept liability for the correctness of such opinions and all conditions and warranties, whether relating to description, condition or quality of lots, express, implied or statutory, are hereby excluded. This Condition is subject to the next following Condition concerning deliberate forgeries and applies save as provided for in paragraph 6 ‘information to buyers’. (b) Private treaty sales made under these Conditions are deemed to be sales by auction for purposes of consumer legislation. 15. FORGERIES Notwithstanding the preceding Condition, any lot which proves to be a deliberate forgery (as defined) may be returned to us by you within 21 days of the auction provided it is in the same condition as when bought, and is accompanied by particulars identifying it from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement of defects. If we are satisfied from the evidence presented that the lot is a deliberate forgery we shall refund the money paid by you for the lot including any buyer’s premium provided that (1) if the catalogue description reflected the accepted view of scholars and experts as at the date of sale or (2) you personally are not able to transfer a good and marketable title to us, you shall have no rights under this condition. The right of return provided by this Condition is additional to any right or remedy provided by law or by these Conditions of Sale.

PAINTINGS, DRAWINGS, LITHOGRAPHS, ENGRAVINGS AND PRINTS In accordance with long standing practice in Fine Art Sale Rooms certain terms used in descriptions in the Catalogue have the meanings ascribed to them in the glossary below. Glossary Any statement as to authorship, attribution, origin, date, age, provenance and condition is a statement of opinion and is not to be taken as a statement of fact. The Company reserves the right, in forming their opinion, to consult and rely upon any expect or authority considered by them to be reliable. (a) Edward Lear: In our opinion a work by the artist. (When the artist’s forename(s) is not known, a series of asterisks, followed by the surname of the artist, whether preceded by an initial or not, indicates that in our opinion the work is by the artist named. (b) Attributed to Edward Lear: In our opinion probably a work by the artist but less certainly as to authorship is expressed than in the preceding category. (c) Studio of Edward Lear: In our opinion a work by an unknown hand in the studio of the artist which may be or may not have been executed under the artist’s direction. (d) Circle of Edward Lear: In our opinion a work by an as yet unidentified but distinct hand, closely associated with the named artist but not necessarily his pupil. (e) Style of ...; Follower of Edward Lear: In our opinion a work by a painter working in the artist’s style, contemporary or nearly contemporary, but not necessarily his pupil. (f) Manner of Edward Lear: In our opinion a work in the style of the artist and of a later date. (g) After Edward Lear: In our opinion a copy of a known work of the artist. (h) The term signed and/or dated and/or inscribed means that in our opinion the signature and/or date and/or inscription are from the hand of the artist. (i) The term bears a signature and/or date and/or inscription means that in our opinion the signature and/or date and/or inscription have been added by another hand. (j) Dimensions are given height before width. (k) Pictures are framed unless otherwise stated.

BOOK AUCTIONS If, on collation, any named item in this catalogue proves defective in text or illustration, the lot may be returned within 14 days of the sale with the defects stated in writing. This proviso shall not apply to defects stated in the catalogue or announced at the time of sale; nor to the absence of blanks, half titles, tissue guards or advertisements, damage in respect of bindings, stains, spotting, marginal tears or other defects not affecting completeness of text or illustration; nor to drawings, autographs, letters or manuscripts, signed photographs, music, atlases, maps or periodicals; nor to books not identified by title; nor to books sold not subject to return.

GENERAL 16. We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person. 17. (a) Any right to compensation for losses liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of these Conditions and any exclusions provided by them shall be available to the seller and/or the auctioneer as appropriate. (b) Such rights and exclusions shall extend to and be deemed to be for the benefit of employees and agents of the seller and/or the auctioneer who may themselves enforce them. 18. Any notice to any buyer, seller, bidder or viewer may be given by first class mail or Swiftmail in which case it shall be deemed to have been received by the addressee 48 hours after posting. 19. Special terms may be used in catalogue descriptions of particular classes of items in which case the descriptions must be interpreted in accordance with any glossary appearing in the catalogue. 20. Any indulgence extended to bidders buyers or sellers by us notwithstanding the strict terms of these Conditions or of the Terms of Consignment shall affect the position at the relevant time only and in respect of that particular concession only; in all other respects these Conditions shall be construed as having full force and effect.

ARTIST’S RESALE RIGHT / DROIT DE SUITE

21. English law applies to the interpretation of these Conditions.

Lots marked with a ‡ symbol are potentially subject to the levy.

Droit de Suite is a royalty payable to a qualifying artist or the artist’s heirs each time a work is resold during the artist’s lifetime and up to a period of 70 years after the artist’s death. Royalties are calculated on a sliding percentage scale based on the hammer price excluding the buyer’s premium. The royalty does not apply to lots selling below the sterling equivalent of €1,000 and the maximum royalty payable on any single lot is the sterling equivalent of €12,500. Droit de Suite, which is not subject to VAT, will be added to the buyer’s purchase price and then passed on to the relevant collecting agency by the auctioneer. Please enquire for the accepted exchange rate on the day of the sale. Royalties for Droit de Suite are as follows: 4% Up to €50,000 3% €50,000.01 - 200,000 1% €200,000.01 - 350,000 0.5% €350,000.01 - 500,000 0.25% In excess of €500,000 Up to a maximum levy of €12,500


Valuations PROBATE VALUATIONS We offer a speedy and professional service for executors and trustees and provide bound valuations for probate and duplicate copies when required. Since security is often a consideration, we can usually arrange for a house to be cleared and sent for auction, our Valuations Department ensures that executors are informed of which sales are involved and the results thereof.

Valuations are a core part of our business and are usually carried out by a senior specialist or directors. Accuracy, speed and above all confidentiality are paramount.

INSURANCE VALUATIONS Written valuations for insurance can vary from a single item to a large estate. Before starting we discuss the various options available so that the valuation is specifically tailored to individual client’s needs.

We also carry out valuations for Family Division, Capital Gains Tax, and Private Treaty Sales. Contact Christine Johnson 01722 424509

For valuations of an entire house contents an itemised bound valuation is produced and can be accompanied by photographs when required. In addition to providing an inventory, written valuations can prevent painful arguments with a loss adjuster in the event of a claim.

FREE AUCTION VALUATIONS Free verbal valuations of items for sale are available at our Castle Street salerooms. Please telephone the relevant specialist or call our office on 01722 424500.

Woolley & Wallis valuations are accepted by all leading insurance companies.

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Woo L Le y & WA L Li s Absentee Bid Form Furniture & Works of Art

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Tuesday 24th September 2013 Please bid, on my behalf, for the undermentioned lots up to the prices shown which do not include the buyer’s premium or any V.A.T. payable on lots. These bids are to be executed as cheaply as is permitted by other bids, and/or reserves if any, and subject to the Conditions of Sale printed in the Catalogue. Please note we cannot guarantee that bids received after 4pm on the day prior to the auction will be executed. Billing Name (please print)

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AucTion cAlendAr SILVER 22nd & 23rd October Rupert Slingsby +44 (0) 1722 424501 • rupertslingsby@woolleyandwallis.co.uk Lucy Chalmers +44 (0) 1722 424594 • lucychalmers@woolleyandwallis.co.uk CLOCKS, WATCHES & SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS 30th October Richard Price +44 (0) 7741 242421 • richardprice@woolleyandwallis.co.uk JEWELLERY 24th October Jonathan Edwards +44 (0) 1722 424504 • jonathanedwards@woolleyandwallis.co.uk Marielle Whiting +44 (0) 1722 424595 • mariellewhiting@woolleyandwallis.co.uk PAINTINGS 4th December Victor Fauvelle +44 (0) 1722 424503 • victorfauvelle@woolleyandwallis.co.uk Jo Butler +44 (0) 1722 424592 • jobutler@woolleyandwallis.co.uk ENGLISH & EUROPEAN CERAMCIS & GLASS 8th October Clare Durham +44 (0) 1722 424507 • claredurham@woolleyandwallis.co.uk 20TH CENTURY DESIGN 9th October – 20th Century Design 11th December – British Art Pottery Michael Jeffery +44 (0) 1722 424505 • michaeljeffery@woolleyandwallis.co.uk ASIAN ART 13th & 14th November John Axford +44 (0) 1722 424506 • johnaxford@woolleyandwallis.co.uk Sophie Lister +44 (0) 1722 424591 • sophielister@woolleyandwallis.co.uk MODERN BRITISH ART 26th November Michael Jeffery +44 (0) 1722 424505 • michaeljeffery@woolleyandwallis.co.uk Victor Fauvelle +44 (0) 1722 424503 • victorfauvelle@woolleyandwallis.co.uk FURNITURE, WORKS OF ART 7th January 2014 Will Hobbs +44 (0) 1722 339752 • willhobbs@woolleyandwallis.co.uk Mark Richards +44 (0) 1722 411854 • markrichards@woolleyandwallis.co.uk • Entries can usually be accepted up to six weeks prior to auction • Illustrated catalogues are available about ten days before the sale • Viewing is normally two days prior to the auction and on Saturday mornings • Catalogue subscriptions are available for all sales • Fully illustrated catalogues can be viewed on our website www.woolleyandwallis.co.uk


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